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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 November 1877

4: n i V vX 8UPBEMB COURT, A Bio Batch of oniuojts Ditbmj ? the Supreme Court. delivered ;opinlouM folloiri-on Mody. ' : ' ... jvl. ,, ' '1 ' BY SHERWOOD, ? f ' 8late P.K. v. B. CepoUmd Irror 10 Dent i '.;;,V' . Writ ot error dismissed. Stat cannot u out writ of error in erlmlnal ease. . . , - 8tte T. E.v. KenCitlef D.E.' Error to Wayne. ' : v . - Writ of trror dismissed. Same reason a In Copeland cat. ' ' ' 1 Stale P. E. vs. Geo, Q. rollard V. s. x-rror to Stoddard. ' ' ?lil.i Wrltof error dismissed. Same leaion aa in Copeland case. ' LIU i SUte P. E. vs.' Jot. A. Hambleten D. E. Error to Stoddard. Writ of error dismissed. Sane reason as In Copeland 'ease. ,' , State resp. vs. Ja. Caughell app. Stricken from docket, there being no bill of exceptions and the case not coming here by writ of error or appeal' 4 " " , .-. State app for perjury, J. t : ts. Moses Shanks reip., indicted From New Madrid Co. Affirm State reap, vs. Preston Smith app.. indicted for horse stealing, from Greene ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 November 1877

$18 $18 SEWIN8 MACHINE FtUXSIZE TIR8T CLASS. 5 THE MODEL SEWING MACHINE. ' Simple, Durable, Compact , u ; AMD For Elegance of Finish IT HAS SO RIVAL Ko Complicated Machinery to be constantly getting out ot order, ft child can run It, will do all kinds of Sewing, from the finest to tbe coarsest, will hem, fell. tuck, braid, cord, gath er, embroider, etc, use self-adjusting straight needles,-all description oC cotton, silk and thread. Makes the strongest stitch known, the cloth will tear before the seam will rip, uses the thread direct from the spool. The machine Is beautllully finished and highly ornamented, "warranted for five years. OACTION. All persons are cantloned not to make, ileal In or use, any Sewing Machines which sew with onr needle, and make the Elastic Stitch, or that have tbe new Patent Self-Feed Attach ment, unless the same are purchased from ihm nimnwn or the their Agents or Licenses. and stamnea under our patent. Beware of- wnrthiM Imitations ftud unscrupulous partie...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 November 1877

re V Local aewft. Lut ffer- There ar eve'-al bllln In nil about "lion City. ... v. I'..,,,, 1 .. V 7 ' . k . r K r ,. . v . i , hud. She wetit back on him. " . Col. Geo. O. Vest, of Sedalle, It stopping the Madison House, 1 v " f ' , ol Ladedo, is Senator W. attending the U. S. Circuit Court. n.. linnlnhan. and Hon. Jos. E. .t!:"u:";" "JTJiindinir the U. S. courts N Allen ha nwdartii1flle; and M Men Coooflrtiied by il- nato U. b. Marshal ol 3the Diairict. Winslow Jodson, Esq. and, . D. t S. f ...... . xt. -loa art) attonUiiii the courts muNci iathecHy. . . They rt as strainer aud parted a lovers. m. .h.. m r an nil mi lover aud meet a iivn - r . , stranger. . Young men should be careful how they drop love epistles lu publio places. Such oareless nesi irequently compromises tbe wrong per sons. ';.''. The action ol tbe oounty court iu Wednes . in resnonse to tbe demand or a Tarire number ofcit'aens and taxpayers of the county ' . Mr. George K. Hughes, u old and highly . rini.!iiiilD c...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 November 1877

WANTED TO UK A JURYMAN. Man Without Trfjc dicks How ne PltO POSED TO HAKE A J CRY AGREE. Fresently the stillness of the court-room was interrupted by the entrance of a man who rame in with a shuffling uneasy step, and with bis hat in his hand. He halted and leaned against th railing. Nobody took the slightest notice of him, however. At last he took courage and spoke : la I tin .Tiirlirn In 9 The clerk immediately awoke his honor. 'Well, what do you want V 'I'm looking for a job, your honor. I've been looking for work over a month. 'There is not bins; for you here.1 'I thought ye occasionally gave jury men a jo'". I didn't read newspapers any, and being a stranger ia town I hareu't got any prejudices against anybody. A pard oi mine wrote down to me at lie no. ( last week, and said that the jury business up here was brisk an it would pay to come up As I'm n stranger to you and a little hard up, I'll titart in and serve lor u case or two for halt price till you kin see what I kin do. '...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

.1 v '"' .... - V J v TV ' I I. . , ..ir:i! ! , v, -W .i P.U l II I I 11 i :. VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY; MO.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1877. NO. 47 btate Journal : 1 ' -' , ' ' . ; ' Y weekly; state journal, ' ' Published Evory Friday .; by ' ; 1 N. 0. BURCH. '!;, i ? . .i v r Term of Subscription! Single copies, per ycai 91.60 Cluba of ten per year . 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year....... 1,00 , ' '. 15TVARIABLY IN ADVAXCK. . '' HENRY NITCHY ; REA. ESTATE f GEN, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS 02T COMMIS tuon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lund Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. ' Office over White Janvier's utore. High Street. (. , dec.27 72hf DH. JXTO. BAKE R, physician & Surgeon. OfficQ and residence in Lrtmkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. Iap25-ly, OFfltE AND RESIDEXCB., Cor McCarty & Jefferson Hi JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 tot) . 1 to 2 ). M. P. M. Jan.lO-lv. N . DB WYL, SUCCESSORS T( SIRS. BERRI.) DRUEEISTS AIID APGHESARlEa : v ' HIGH STREET, . , . ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

The State Jonrna. The nomination ol General Harlan lor Associate Justice ol the Supreme Court Is treportetl upon favorably by the Senate Judiciiry Commitioe and will be con firmed. Little Rock, the capital ol Arkansas, get's an appropriation of $30,000 lor Govern ment buildings. Where Is Jefferson City's slice ? Turkey is getting in earnest and has called out 150,000 civic guards in and about Constantinople to keep the pence at home. 11. Allison a sob I the Editor ot the St. Louis Dispatch is dead. He was city editor ot that paper, and a promisirj young journalist. It was just sixty-ihjee years ago that the first newspaper was printed on a ateam power press. The floods hare descended and Vir ginia and W est Virginia are almost sub merged. Groat Ipss of property reported along the river courses. Dayid Davis yesterday displayed Demo cratic tendencies on an important issue, and will compromise himself ifke isn't more caielnl. Chicago Post 22d. band, according to their simple faith. gui...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

1 1872. h State BOOK, NEWS AND Jul Jr THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is the best advertising medium in the city. It is devoted to the interests of its patrons in Cole County, and to the gen eral welfare of the State, is clear in typography, and REPUBLICAN IN POLICICS ! 43) THE WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Being made up of the Daily, is one of the largest papers in the State. It has no superior in the west as a paper for the family and the farmer. The price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00. Tbe Best Aflyertising Medium in tbe City. JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good Job Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, we are prepared to execute VISITINGCARDS, POSTAL CARDS, WAY BILLS, LETTER HEADS. BILLS OF LADING. TAGS, RECEIPTS, LABELS, INVITATIONS. TRUST DEEDS. POSTERS, CHECKS. ENVEEOPES, HAND BILLS, PRICE LISTS, BALL TICKETS, DRAFTS, DEPOSIT TICKETS. LEGAL B...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

The State Journa. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1877. Ijocal news A good mauy jury trials at this session of the U. Circuit Court. Jluntftville gets its lor S2.: ber cubic fjot. Apple, fine lante, and richly flavored, at 3D iculs a bushel, mid slow sale at lliut. A black squirrel is among the products of tlm lithium) of Miller' A liir.n out in St. Paul has named hiJ daugh ler "Minnesota Violm." Sow let Mima John-uy-Jimip up nml make a tun on that. "A kind word spoken t a husband will go farther than a brnomtick or u tlirtution," ways it woman of experience. The proposition to introduce) ladies as rail road conductors is Irowned upon in view of Ike fact that their trains are always behind. The woman who marries a deaf and dumb man roaches the pinnacle of er.rthly happiness, tor she is certain of having th last word. The head liner or the St. Louis Globe-L'em-oc rat seems to think we are havitu trying times "here in Jefferson City." l'n the drenry days of aulutmi, when ull are in the mopes, we...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

if' II y . lMM.rtfAST Law on tii it Subject, U. S. Circuit Court, Western District of Mis souri, November Term. 18T7J ' " " ' : ( Hattle H. White, edm'x., rs. Connecticut Mutual- Lile Insurance Company. THE COCRT'9 CHAROK. (ientlemcn of the Jury: , , ., 3 v .- .-, j i . I. This, U an Important case both, in 're4 Mect to the amount at stake, and nature of L'Ahe issues of lict,and of law, which areiolcd f in its determination. The evidence has ( been quite voluminous, aud the, conn lias obHervea, with satisfaction, the close and unwearied at tention you 1ave Rivea to.it from first to last. You have ttcen addressed by'the counel'oii each aide, and havo hoard arguments from them which, for eloquoi.ee and ability, are aoldom surpassed. Itonly remiln to the court to Instruct you in respect to the '.legal principles whiehare applicable to the caso, as presented by the Issues and the testimony. - Tho action is brought by the plaintitT as the administratrix of her late husband, John II. H1f ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

NOTES ON fc. UCATION. Princeton has a great many post grad uates this year ; there are thirty attend ing Dr. HcCosh's lectures on philosophy. The meeting of the Superintendents of Tublio Instruction ot the different Stales will be held in Washington in the second week in December. Yalo has 1.039 students 18 more than last year. There are 107 theological stu dents and 194 scientific students. The art school has 17 ladies in attendance. There are new in Boston six public and many more private kindergartens. St. Louis has thirty-two that are public, Chicago. has seven, and Cincinnati, Cleve land, Indianapolis, and Nashua, N. II., one each. Ludwig Kumtien, naturalist in charge t the llowgate Expedition, is a graduate ot Albion Academy, Wisconsin. Ills work as a naturalist was chiefly done at the academy. A fine cabinet there is the work ot the young man, together with his father, Prof. Tbure Kumtien. The following order has been reported in the 4ast Boston School Committee meet ing: Tha...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

' .1 Local News (Inr t li.'iilt Pnnrt tnmtt on MondsV HCXt Mr. fitoi i. Chairman of the Committee on Mioet and Mining In the last Leg leletur, I In tbe city. , ,., , N. H. Heire, a merchant of Smlthton, Pettis county, has been adjudged a bankrupt open the petition of hie creditors. We I egret to learn of the serious lllneee of little May Carter, eldest daughter of our friend Capt. Stlnee steamer Nadine," has arrived ' I XtMnnmliU with cargo tare i r V Mark Thompson, Ed. H. Hutchinson mnd a n. t m at) I dnirn ml 1,'nnion. aav ing plenty of work at fair wage. - 8. D. Foiter baa been released from jail, his eentence baying expired. A learned physician says that "headache Is syrapton end not a disease." Most sufferers prefer the disease to the syrapton. The Saline, in Miller, and Moreau, In Cole county, were so high on Monday aa to preTeat the mail carries making their regular trips. J Bondholders begin to wish they bad non T "Interest bearing greenbacks now. Even silver would be accept...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 30 November 1877

' A VERY NARl'OW 'OAUGE.' i ' in 1 ii" i . I ill ;i'l ! "i .,'( Pasjaxgeii? Cars Rcxxixo Safely on a r , i, Teh Ixoh Track-. ...,- 1 HOSTOX, Not. 10.i"-Thero is' 'some tliinjr. rfew under the sua' in railroads. At least I have seen no description la Any New York paper oi what has just been experimental! j completed in Massachusetts. A perlectly working satC-yes, much safer than the ardiiiary road has been "preduced, and which'1 will ' tevolttUoniza tralBo in both passengers- and treight. The cost and price ot both will couio 'down one-halt, and jet'lhe companies coin tnoney where now they .cap not pay exponse's. '..''.. . . The young gentleman who conceived this new plan Is a practioal wood and iron macl)nbt and also an engineer. Tp show how narrow a track may be and be. made practical nd sate, with his own bands he constructed a railroad having , but ten inches width ot track - Irorn tlio elevated village oi Hyde Park down to tho depot, ile nlaa, with his wn bands constructed the c...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

'"' " -T ' T T r .'(II,'-- -I ' . 1 1 tin i , ii t ! I 9 !(: I l: , . ! ...;..!. ; ,, t .If . i I VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1877 Journal ,!r..-R , . iL J WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fri&ar ': n. c. ;bukcil,; Terms of Subscription ! Sinjclecoptcs. per yeai Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty; per year . i invariably" in atiVanck. $1.50 1,25 1,00 HENRY NITOHY REL ESTATE f GEN, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Tav Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over AVhito ,fe Janvier's store. High Street. , dee.27 72hf "Physician & Surgeon. iJOffico and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2i-lv, Dr. ii. C. SiiTISOlT, OFFICE AND UESIDEXCE, Cor McCarty. & Jefferson JEFFERSON CITY, MO. SI Office hours 8 to!) P. M. Jan.lO-iv. A. 1 to 2 P. Mi X . DE WYL , SUCCESSORS T( MRS. ERRI.) DRUE6ISTSAKD APOHESARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M " Dr. J. G. Riddler, . , DEALER ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

I i STATE JOURNAL. ' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1877. It was just sixty-three years ago that the firtl newspaper wit printed on a steam-power press. 11. W. Allison a son i the Editor ol the S;. Louis Dispatch is dead. He was city editor ol thai paper, and ii promising young journalist. Col. Critt-nden has introduced it lull in Congress . establishes a Uranch Mint in St. Louis. Tho peoplo ot New York City have recovered judgment against ex-Controller Connolly, ol't'ne Twei d-Taiumany ting far $3,000,000, a fractional portion of the s'.enlings ol democrat ofTicials. On tho subject of investing in real es tate, will be lound elsewhere under the head "Fortune Investments,11 a very In teresting and significant article. In the absence of diplhcriu. hog obolera, fie epozoolic orother agreeable diversions, people of Illinois havo fallen back on a temperance revival lor winter amuse ments. I he Missouri delegation, in Congress, will ask Governor Fhelps to send Adju tant General Mitchell before the ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

(Continued from second .page.) fully observed the issue from the Mint of silver dollars would afford material assist ance to the community in the transition to redeemable paper money, and would facil itate the resumption of specie payment and its permanent establishment. Without these conditions I fear thnt only mischief and misfortune would follow trom a coin age of silTer dollars with the quality oi unlimited legal tender. Even in private transactions, any expectation of temporary ease from an issue of silver coinage, to pass as a legal tender, at a rate material ly ABOVE ITS COMMERCIAL VALUE,' is, I am persuaded, a delusion. Nor can I think there'is any substantial distinction between an original issue ot the silver dollars at a nominal value materially above their commercial value, and the restora tion of the silver dollar nt a rate which once was, but has ceased to be, its com mercial value. Certainly the issue of our gold coinage, reduced in weight material ly below its legal ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

Tho State Jour na TKliA lUCCKMiyOK?.- 1877." litcal News. Go , Buy Your (.tOOlls,. Holiday lquiint?nta Anil winter oulllti Of H. E. S rhuliz, t lie Mcrch.int Prince ,f I lie cm! v. Wtll'Il'. V. C. this tall. Read tii grand ainnniTiopinont else- Rickey In fet-iiihg 110 lifixl ' :! tie. U. S. Mars u; his utiiciul li ;h s jccoMir. ha I Smith is crsdiiMly winding itll'.iir preparatory to greeting Ruin Mi veined Cirii. Hardirg. .-on; mission (".-. from counting tics mi i hi? track ot the Lex iiiitou 15inncli. It ihi weather continues, tin rolVr katimj rink will soon have competition. Land is worth Inun '-" to 80 per acre in the v'i'-'inity f lioonvi! ! Winter witli its cold flinging wind, is with us again for the lew day past. J'oyhond isre dy id a l:i":!ii'tit's warning to I leak irilo tioistcroUMiiss (ivcr the tirst snow s'.ovui. Woiu'eis will Hcvcr ;phc. Tim latest thing Mit is a pen that writes without ink. It i i:;'y necessary to dip it in water, and oil' she UOCS. Isoonvilic t iter...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

HEW JOB PRINTING OFFICE. f A 1 A. JYl. 1 lull 1 A k3iUV'lA4.i i vwi BANKERS, LAWYERS ANU rEOPLE GENERALLY. Call. 'Kl&aslln, one of the best tktlled Bnd mosrrllMifobirrinter In the "West, hss purc-bited Into and assumed control of tbe Job Department or this establishment, and will hereafter be round nttbe Jocrsal Buir.Dixo, ready to exceuto any style or work from a "Gutter Snipe'' to an "Elephant" Poster, from a tor-pat lei liner to a twelve Inch Streamer, bill heads', iiote'heatls.lcttef head, tnrtls, blanks,' reeelpti, checksi etc etc. ' s Havlntf for four years applied bimsrlf id tbe acquirement Ul llinj.iiintt.fc m viiji havlcs; spent a your '"at the ruse" and "press " in some of the best offices in the East, with a view to perfecting MmtcK' In the masteJ-y tit all tbe mysteries oftheeran;Mr. Kiesslini;does not hesitate to announce himself ready for the public's most extensive demands upon his skill and ability, promising to devote his best ener gies and most constaul attenti...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

-A M. P.-187 --T. L. The above cahrllxtlc letter and flanrra are in tended to lulorm Hie traveling public thut during the present ycur the Missouri Pacific Through Line Will continue to tram-port the people of the West to all points in thq etst. vln St. Loui. in the bent manner, and at rates ot passu Re which will del; competition. Under its new management, the Line will eb run upon Its own merit, and it is confident lybeMeved that with the superior facilities which will be offered Its patrons, the Missouri I'acifl;! will Increase Its popularity as the Nat ural Highwav between all western and eastern dties SI00 Ptn Math an tYUMt.W C 1 Q I V nrCorantltlon (oahwRnrMl I kUllL I 1 " AKNfcS' FOOT I'OWEK id liferent machines with which liulklers, Cabinet k Makers, WnRon Makers limit Jobbers in iniscellii. neons work cun coinneto ns to quality unit price with steam power manufacturing; also Amutcur's supplies, saw XuT3 ifcBlSils stens. 8av wbero you rend bis and send tor catalogue and pric...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

a Local News. Go to Craven's For elegant groceries, . h r.h. lust onened at his new All ,T . 1 stand. 8ee Ids advertisement elsewhere Terse and to the point. A touch of winter. Now's the time to remember the poor. Warden Willi visited Wrrensburg Tues day. Citizens are beginning to look around for their rights, a little. Had you unloaded," when the County urt Bond Order was passed? w. ... ud to hear that Mary Carter, daughter of Mayor Carter Is much better. U. S. Circuit Conrt has aJjonrned to Janua. ay 7 next rule day. We print the President's Message to the exclusion of local and other matter. U.8. District Court will be In session Thursday for the trial of one or two cases. A lull In business circles. Quiet tn the courts. Strangers, jurors and attorneys all all gone home. 8am. Owens, of the California baisr, attend ing our Cole Circuit Court, The St. Louis Times has been reduced In size. Price three cents a copy. Hon. Winslow Judsou.of tho St. Joe bar, U attending courts iu the ci...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 December 1877

-? t. 1111 I "''I I 1 tft rr I n Tweed says he hvv - w:is drunk, nnd never smoked ; whereupon ttn old toper fcays, "No wonder ho i now in jail P Capt.iin llomeyn. who was wounded in the last battle, with the Ntz P.orces says tnat with tho : single exception pt Gen. Miles,, whe had good luck along with good : management, 'Gen. Howard con tributed moro than any other one man to the Rticeoss nftho campaign.' , " .1 ... ; j- j , ,. . ' Wlilttier hns expressed his readiness to contribute to A fund tor the relief ot Cap tain Jonothnn Walker who at tho age oi seventy is Hying in poverty at Muskegon, Mich." Walker i "The man With the Branded Hand," who thirty-three years ago was lushed, fined, imprisoned and branded V,S. S."' (slave stealer) lor run ning off some slaves from Fensacola. The following is credited to Henry W. Paine, ef Boston: Recently, in the Supreme Court, he was interrupted Iroin the benoh with the somewhat abrupt comment: "Mr, l'aine. that isn't the law." Mr. Paine instant...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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