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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 December 1877

V OCTOBKIl TERM, l!77. TltunsDO', December 20. 1877. The Supremo Court ;inet to-day ami "letl another batch of opinion!. -,' - PELIYEItKD BY .TCDGR SOllTOX. State, respondent, vs. John Alile, defendant. Defendant, wag inicteJ at tle June terra. 18,4, or the McDonald Circuit pourt. for murder In the irst clnaree. in kdlmg of John S. Lane. itu first trial. wblch occurred In , he was convicted of murdar in the first dcjrreo. ? and on appe to the. Supreme Court, the Juds mnnt was reversed and the cause remanded, because the record did not shov affirmatively the presence of the prisoner' At the lust trial be was again convicted ami sentenced to nvTf CM! on the 2Sth of the pnwent month. From this . judgment he also took an uppeiil, alleiii!j as error lu his trial the unconstitutionality of the law authorizing a special JivUe, tT w ora ho watt tried, and that there was read in evidence en kia trial the testimony of a witness, new jdead, but whose testimony was preserved in tb bill of excep...

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. — 28 December 1877

L-V . -Li.' Francis ltoer, Insurance Agent and Notary Public No. 222 Madiaon Street. JEFFERSON CITY. MISSOURI. Represent the (olowing reliable tile and flre insurance companies: tiermanla It(e Insurance Com pany In Nework Atlantic Fire Iniurauce Com panyln New Wk Orient Fire Insurance Compa ny Hartford, Conn. Franklin Fire Insurance Com- puny St. Louis. Mo. Also agent for the Mason & Hamlin Organ dec I tiltnw3m For The Holidays One Out One ne One One tne One One One )ne One One One One One One One )ne me One One One One 1 Mil- line Lord & Taylor NEW YORK. One one one One One One One One One One One WE ISVITE ATTESTIOM TO THE FOU.OW INO DKFARTMKNTS OK OUR ESTABLISHMENTS. THE LOW PWH'KS AT WHICH OI R OI)S ARE MARKED, HAVE Sl'r.ClAL HEFEKENCE TO THE HOLIDAY SEASON, AND I1AKOA1N8 V. ILL W FOUND THKOl'OHOl'T THE HOIbK, THIS SEA PON'S IMPORTATIONS GIV1NU US AN l N- equaled stock or uoods. BLACK SILKS, handsome and durable, all width,. 1.0Mo 8 NI. The GREAT AMKItll'AS lSPE-TUUCTIII...

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. — 28 December 1877

v ' , Call rd sortment 7 ' - ... Ink l)fflil. : At 111 8TATK PlUUB."" - Call early n'' n,Hk" "H,,,on!'' - II.. Thelaw flrroof Hinni . 111 rmM (n St. Llllll. y ;y will""" ,ftootin match Cnl.UUhll I lamm T for a be!-, otil ut hi place. . 11.1 ..i.n. j . The Mexico Daily inif has suspend; education. Thy""" """ of Fort Jackson HinK Jbe proprlet fild her S50m " '" "n lne tT"" Our merchant, nft-r ll the drev V weatl,pr' well pleased with their noil'-' (hsiiL-a In Mr John MeKenzle , .. . rfP hotUlMV dinner. ; for ome very one seiery ' Egg 25 cen.sn dimmer 25 centM,er 'und, chicken. SA',;e",!h 10 Bis per pound atfcU About thirty r,r;"'oki;tT month are Ipped from M.". Callaway county, 4l..ourl.on the' A- d sf The wa,h J!m Bprry. the train obber.is iobJ,wm' to 1w,,w- a n,,w Tear's preser' ) There ie mH,IH Sunday school meeting "t the ,,,,,prn MPlhocli. church, .Friday vel)i(r of this week. Everybody invited. ' in speaking of the "elliricus services In the various churches of Scdalia, Hie Bazo...

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. — 28 December 1877

7t:' a: JACK'S CHRISTMAS. I5y Kmma K. Pj.ltRISII. Jack had just heard of Christmas for tho first time 1 IV n years old, and never knew about Christmas bo fura ! Jack's moth. was a weary, overworked .voman, and had no heart to tell tho children about merry time, and beautiful thinjis in which they could have no share. His parents wcro vcry poor. When 1 tell you that they lived in a log-housu you might think so, although some people live very comfortably in log-houses. Hut when I say that the snow drifted through the cracks in the root until the chamber floor was fit to go sleighing on. nnd that it was so cold down stairs that tho gravy froze on the children's plates while they wcro eating breakfast, and that tho littlo girl e had no shoes but cloth ones which their mother sewed to their stockings, you will see tknt they were poor indeed. Mrs. 15oyd, Jacks mother, goucrally went about her work with iv shawl tied around hor, nnd a comforter over her ears, on account ol the ear-ache; an...

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. — 4 January 1878

x ) t P JEFFERSON CITY. MO.; FRIDAY? NO. 1 T - ''I l .... s L s, -'. II fill I U Tiui'.r 1 i , . : ! . I . ...... . , - y r 33 -If if Sthe he S I cotrii 4 5 I 1 1 ''I" IT- '" - lr Iff not i - r V sot - ijl!Ss iff K or. w : ' $ for hi . " i, A j . , I M NEW YEAR'S Kt VIEW, I reml I extm l I3tU 1 Tl Ijrffersonx City Past and Present. t an entranee upon the New Year ot 1878, review of the situation and a few notes of Mie progress we have made in the yean that nave gone, in the business of cry building and Retributing our quota to the grand aggregate ftf a great State aud a mighty Nation, are uot inappropriate. JEFFERSON CITY uates Its origin aa a town and Capital of the State, aa far back aa the 19th of Deeember, 3822, at which tine the first trustees of the (City of Jefferson were appointed. At about t time there were but two families living e; those of Josiah Ramsey and William es. The trusteus who laid off the town e Josiah Ramsey. Adam Hone and John 1 Gordon. .! "fay 1823. occurred...

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. — 4 January 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1878. (Continued from first pate.) M appear by the map oi the Slate hi thai time, shows that It then embr.eed ull that section if eouDtry lying between the Missouri and tl e Oaage rivers, West, to about range 10, West lU . I ,'iv ; I . .. 1 . 1 ; too vili irmi'i'ni iiiriiuinu. The present area of the vounty Is 262,400 ae res, ol which about 33,000 are improved. Its organization tor the management ai d control of its civil and political affair I as follows: A.W. Ewirig, rtepriuntativo. Geo. W. Miller, Circuit Judge. Win. II. Lusk, Circuit Clerk und ;r. officio Recorder. W. F. Fowler, W.C. Young and W. M. l'orth, County Judges. G. A. Parsons. County Clerk T. M. Winston, Jr., Deputy County Clerk. It. h. $tandih, Deputy Clerk. J. It. Kdward. Coumy Attorney. Chris. Waguer, County Treasurer. Peter Meyers, Sherin" Hnd Collector. Chas. O. Guenther. Public Adminlstraior. G. B. IUnsone, Surveyor. T. to. WarJ, Assesior. O. B. Miller, Assistant. R. E.Young, Comm...

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. — 4 January 1878

TALENTINE VOX, the Ventriloquist." M V cmt, of any bookseller, or by mall Jsse Haney & Co., Ill) Nassau Street, N. Y. P4Cf 1 hiikiMKHiwrMnV EARLY I.I r I J MALxiuk hitiroiiw1 """y' r.. no rmnuTd. f!0NIBA(1 t a tu laroaima ca, iu wm r.t , cin. om 7 A Complbtk Pictorial Historyof tiir TlMKH." Tlllt BKST, CHKAPK8T, AND MOST wocsful Family Papkr in thr Union," f ti : xtr ii arusri w eeii.iv H.U-yritATED. i . f I 1 1 1 j nf 1 1,,. 1,nua 'The M'rrt.r Is the ablest and most powerful illustrated t t-i I ic-n 1 published In thlscountrv. Its editorials Hiii seliourly nnil convincing. nnd carry much weight. Mm Illustrations of current event are full ami fresh, nrl are pre pared bv our best designers. Louisville Courier Journal. Harttr't Weekly should be In everv famllv l ...... ..1 1. t ..... I ... . .......... 1 ........... 1nn It ..h...' trna I IiaIIiip lllimlriitiiil nuirn. la not nublished rn this or anv other cou.ilrv. K .1 I Ull. -viiii ., "1.1111 IlluaillllVil limi'l I ,0 Commercial...

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. — 4 January 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1875. Local News. To be temperate in all things, In u wise In junction. The young ladie9 who chmio home from school to spend the holidays are prepar iag to return. Dr. Charles P. Hough, a prominent physician of St. Louis snd surgeon to St. John' hospital 1 in the city visiting relation. Sundowners in great numbers peram bulate our boulevards nightly. Its a dis grace, and ought to be stopped. Cole Circuit Court met yesterday. It Will probably be in session until the mid dle of next week. We understand that the National Ex change Batik declared a dividend ( ten per cent, out of its net earnings for the past six months. It the young men ol the city, who signed tiie pledge would Mick to their promise, ''breaehol-the-peaeo-essence" would soon come down to live cents a drink. The Murphyites are daily increasing in numbers. The harvest however, will probably not begin until after the return ol the Kansas City excursionists. Some ot our saloons aro serving u...

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. — 4 January 1878

IME'S CHANGES IN THE SENATE i After . i Interregnum 0f soventeen hart the Senate la now lull. ' There bar ben great changes since the Senate met AnikaH 1 QUA TU a an nn anf tins on and on, while the crave takes the PA bvernors. To the man familiar with the QJenate ot that day, the changes death has - ljunue in iae ooay mat liseii never cues, ave a melancholy interest. Of those who were then senators but two are sena tors to-day Uannlbal Hamlin, ol Main, And Henry B. Anthony, ot Khodo Island. Notwithstanding the long term ot the enator, who served for six years, and he tendency to reelect, of the seventy-six Senators, to-day but two were , senators less than three times six vears ago. Pitt 4 Jfessenden was in the Senate then, grim. Til en, commanding, but misanthropic, VfT eeming to have a spite against mankind because t the bitter love accident , to his ibirth that sprang from the nature of man- Aind. Fessenden is dead. John P. Halo I was there, brave, eloquent1 witty, able to 1 sta...

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. — 4 January 1878

t i c c C t D H ' I ,1 HI. ,V Francis Roer, - - - Insurance Agent and Fotary Public No. 222 Madison Street. JEFFEttSOJI CITY. MISSOURI. UPIreeot the (otowlng reliabl e life ami fire imuirnice Uermania Lile Insurance Com pany in Atlantio Fire Insurance Com tibhv In New York New York Orlnnt Fire Insurance Compa nv Hartford. Conn. Franklin Fire Insurance Com St . Louis. Mo. pany. A lo agent for the Mason & Hamlin Organ. drei aimwam GEN. COCKKKLL'S PLAN. Borne Plain Talk for a Ex federate General, Con- Meetinz Senator Cockrell last night a Post reporter asked : 'Senator, is it true that the Democratic Senators intended to introduce a resolution proposing a constitutional amendment prohibiting the pensioning of rebel sol - diers?' 'I suppose I have said more on that sub jeel than anybody else.1 'Are you in favor of such .an amend nient?' 1 think it would be the best way to set tle the question, to bury it so deep that it never could be resurrected. It's all gusli to talk about paying...

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. — 4 January 1878

1 r J1 I Gold still iand. nf lit tie Iom than ICS in currency. . Senator Patterson, of Sulh Carolina, U sick. The Sen(n)ate(n) don't agree with ;- him, perhaps. " , The French are nearer ihe enjoyment V ol true Republican gnver. ment now, un " del1 McMnhon, than ever before in their history, i v 'j- ) i ' (' The aduncates ol the remoetizntion or ; silver "are numerous and eloquent. Butler and Bunks ol Massachusetts are among the ablest. ' They have been sowing spring wheat up in Minnesota. Hon. Ebenezer Ayers la the farmer in Washington county who has thus sown to the winds of winter, bo ' called. - One of the propesed amendments ot the funding bill provides tor issuing 4 per cent bonds in denominations of $10 and $25. in the interest of tbe people, people with small mpmis for investment. Some facts compiled from the report of the Commissioner of tho General Land Office may be ol interest to our readers. It appears that during the year the sales ot public lands lor ca sh wn e about ...

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. — 4 January 1878

5;: ' ! I i i ii' If i i: I A New Years Cull. I (The incidents bere related preswnt a contrast in the phases ot life it will do no harm lor all to consider.: They have a suggestive lorco that will impress all who read with a true sense of the happiness of lives of simplicity and frugality, and ol the misery that totlows A departure there -Irons): 1 - ' ... A grat. cheerful kitehen.witli the snow piled up in ermine drifts against the out side ot the windows, and a view of gray woods wrestling against a leaden sky a kitchen where the sheots ot the carmine flame wove themselves in and out of the moss-fringed logs, like so muoy fiery ser pents at play, and the great oleander tree in the corner was putting out its clusters of pink buds in reckless defiance ol the season that whs where Aunt Pandora was at work Irvine crullers when Uncle David Doty came in Irom'tue post office.bringing a breath of the Artlo regions witn mm. "Any letters?" said Annt Pandora, fishing a particularly brown and...

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. — 11 January 1878

' .''' . . . j , ' ' , , - . . . . ' ' 1 1 I ) t ' ' - Journal. JEFFERSON GITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 11.1878. NO. 2 4 Y XJl J ft: k 1 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fri&av - . , T ! , ! v : , , BY. , N. C. BURCII. -. ' Terms of Subscription I ; fihwle conies, ncr yeai 51.50 T Clubs of ten per year .. 1,25 viuus yi iivvvuijr, jcai a,vv INVARIABLY IN ADVAN'CK. HENRY NITCHY REAw ESTATE GEN, ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS gion. Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for ' Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. - Office over White & Janvier's store. High Street. . dec.27 72hf SE. JITO. BAKER, physioian & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lnmkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Banki fap25-iv, N. C. BUUCH, O. G. BURCH Att'y at Law Notary Pub. and Cut 'vane N. C. EUECH & BSO. Real Estate Agents 1 JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUY AND SELL LANDS ON COM AILS sion. Pav Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold ft Taxes, Procuie Patents, Examine Titles, Fur nish Abstracts, Etc. Have the...

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. — 11 January 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. JANUARY-11. 1878. We thiuk our correspondent T. A. Total Abstinence.' lav i lilt e too much stress on our playful preamble to names of houses which do the most nourish ishing business ot any in the city-published in Saturday's Daily. Cel. Crittenden is working with might and main lor it Government building: :t tbis point. The capital ot the Fifth State ia the Ui ien, and no building In which the National Government transact the business or its circuit an ! lntriot nourts without renting, is an unpleasant reflec tion. The statesmanship ot Gov Phelps' last proclamation is the subject ot a cutting satire in Saturday's Globe-Democrat. It is a statesmanship that parades to the world with what nigardlinesa the inter ests ol the state are administered by the party in power, including his Excellen cy's desire to reap ,oiue public glory at private .jpense. Globe-Democrat: The Greenback party in this State is in a flourishing condition ; it is about to start an organ at ...

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. — 11 January 1878

r ft VALENTINE VOX, the Ventriloquist. 10 cents, of liny bookseller, or by mall Jesse Hauey A Co., 11B Nassau Street, N. 1. MEN VAirmNiRiwi DBALERA. Tumna fuo. NO PUlIJXO. s ta wrotnse eo. m Mt tme tMM, CMOUUUTt. hu A Complkti Pictorial Hwtortof tub Times." Thr rrst, Cheapest, and most Scccksbkcl Family Paprr in thr Unioh." Harpers Weekly ILLUSTRATED. Notion of the Press. . . The Wnkly Id the ablest and most powerful Illustrated periodical published In this country. Its editorials are scholarly and convincing, and carry much weight. Its illustrations of current events are full and fresh, ard are pre. vared bv our best designers. Louisville I Courier Journal. Harptr't Weekly should be In every family mrougDout i"e iani, as a purer, more interest Ing, higher-tone I, better illustruted paper Is not published In this or any other cou.itry. Commercial Bulletin. Boston. The Weekly Is the only illustruted pnper ot the day that In Its essential charaetci isties Is recognized as a national p...

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. — 11 January 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. 1878. liocal News. The mud blockade la lilted. You will have a chance to attend prayer meeting every night this week. The St. Jos Murphy turn have a public reading room. M. A. Dunlup, Esq., l'oft Mauler of Ccnlfr town, gave us a pleasant fall Monday. Well, what or it J What difference is It whether he goes or stays? Eh? Clergymen, like brukemen, do a great deal of coupling, but they only couple the tender. Excursions to the clonic shade of the upper Osage by the steamer Phil. E Chnppell, are the common talk. Isaac 5. Stewart, ot Macon, has filed a peti tion in the U. S. District Court, for an adjudi cation ia Bankruptcy. Some depositions were taken in the Bowan ape in IhN city, which, will no doubt add a rich chapter to that fruitful controversy. In the ease of C. M. Smythe. ys. Johu Simm, administrator, the jury brought in a verdict of j-KUl in favor of plaintiff. The slander suit of Francis Ttorgnieier, vs. Georgo W'aner will go to Moniteau jounty...

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. — 11 January 1878

t 1 Jk ' t CARRIER'S QXtESTnra., , , , , .' TO TnK PATRONS OK THK ' State Journal; v ' '" ' ' ' ; 0 ' Jefferson City, Missouri. ,: . JANUARY 1, A. S. 1878. i, "Raise the Curtain and 1t in tbe Glorious Light of 1878. M'.ii. ! GREETING. Holloa, Old Time ! Tou are courting along With steady and noiseless tread; With tbe livinir enclosed in your grasp so strong, ' ; And your feet upon the dead- What cheer f old Time ! East bottom and speed, And plurk for your endless race? Or will you. anon, to your stride Rive heed, Lest it tell on your spirits apace! - i, ... Pray test for awhile, and give Us the news! Yon surely have plenty to tell. . Can't do tt. my boys! I hate to r erase, i But I've never a resting spell. I'm the prince of tramps. My steps are the years. , . . : ; I sponga on foe and friend. ' ) '. i My meals are all the worki man lears. ; , I And I'll swallow him in the end But, nevertheless, on Ibis new year mora, Ai my foremost toot comes down, ' I'll show you in passing, some ...

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. — 11 January 1878

i I 5 , J i I). " The Question "of Hell." The Sweetser, who in epito ol the Rer. Mr. McCarthy is the pastor ol the Lilt-etk r Street Universalis! Church, Drenched last evening the comfortable .doctrine ef no hell-fire, taking tor hi text, however, nothing. less than the seventeenth vere of the ninth panlm,' which rendi I 'The wicked thall lie' turned into hell, ; and all nations that lor; et God.' Lord Muraulay was once when a child lifted up trut he mijrlit look into the mouth of a smoking chimuey, and he im mediately asked if it was not hell. It was a childish question, but not more childish und ridiculous than a popular no tion of that .place which in prevalent amoug grwwn people of to day. There are four different words in the original Bible which htivo been translated into the word hell ; these are, frheole. hades, gehenna Hnd tartaric. The Hebrew word 'sheol1 occurs sixty-four limes. It is translated 'heir thirty-one ' times, 'grave' thirty times and 'pit' three times. Dr. Rig...

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. — 11 January 1878

Local News.-'-' Cord wood in worth 910 in .Sedalia. Ice four inches thick. Rather thin but- Horse thieves worry tho farmers of Benton county. ;' ";' ; -75 Springfield, Mo., did business nr f 9,053 .$93 In 1877, according to the Patriot-Ad vertisif. The exchange Suslnoss of the Greene county National Bank was 9-2,078,000. . Taxable wealth of 8aline county i$8 73i ' . , Hard timet. Even the mud and streams are surrendering to the prevalent complaint The bill ol cost In one of the cases again J. D. Crafton, Sr.. amounted to a little over 91OOO. Large quantities of corn In the shoi.k and bin was rotted by the recent warm weather in II linols. The County Court has adjourned, to meet gain at the regular term, which meets In Feb ruary. The County Court has appointed Frank M Dixon constable of this, Jefferson, Township In the place of Fritz Burger, resigned. We are pleated to lenrn that A. W. Griffith Esq., has been appointed Deputy U. S. Mar shal by Col. Allen. The number of car load of lu...

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. — 11 January 1878

I Pi i' Si ft I! How the Widow caught him. A gentleman of an ftutobioi?rnihienl turn, relates how lie whs instructed in tlio custom, of taking toll, by sprightly widow, during a nioonlijjlit sleigh ride with a merry party. lie says: "The lovely willow L. sat ip the snm sleigh, under the sumo bulYlow robe, with ' me. 1 1 ' - 'Oh! oh! don't! dontr she exclaimed ' ' as wu enme to the lirs: bridge, Ht the same time cntchinjr me by the arm, and ! turning her veiled face towards me while her little eyes twinkled through ' the : moonlight. ' "Don't whalP" I asked, "I'm not doing anything." "Well, but I thought you were going to take loll," replied the widow. "Toll!" 1 rejoined ; "What's that?" ; 'Well, I declare!' cried the widow, her clear laugh ringing oul above the music of the bells; 'you pretend you don't know what toll is!' 'Indeed 1 dou't, then I said, laughing; 'explain, If you please.' 'You never heard, then,' said the widow most provokingly you never heard that when we are on a s...

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