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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 February 1878

in. The State 1 SI VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22 1878. SO. 8 on & If WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subwcrlptlnii 1 Singlecoples. per ycut 91. "9 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVAXCK. TO CASH BUYERS ! Grout Reductions in Dry Goods, r Groreriof arul Liquors. Largfist stock iu lb city nt Wholesale art-l reiial, Idallmeyee 5 CO 2!.8AN-I210 EST IlHUI KrKKKT. aiisSl'TT wly i - CASH PAID FOB COCXTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. GRAVEN 80J EAr HIGH STREET, t Is again in the field, ar.d he will always be glad to see his friends and customer. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASH. Go a sicl See Him. You w ill find a iull slock of the 'I CHOICEST GROCERIES, Consisting of BFST COFFEES, X) TEAS, SYRUPS, MOLASSES. All kind el Canned Goods, W bios, Linuors, CI gars, Tobacco, Ac. Choicest of Candies. A ten per cent, packago will be delivered as cheerfully as a 550 purchase. "Fair and Honorable ...

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. — 22 February 1878

STATS JOURNAL Fit 1 1 ) A Y . FK f UU A 1 I Y 22. 187b. Tho 11 an le mu shots up in Illinois ltst summer promise id prove about a fatal to the -'tooter us th" dino;'d. Gold and its Iriend silver a in promising to tncet on n level. On a par with the j currency oi fn- country, nn-i room ior legislation o. i .oiiiij-L't. w ttiiu to know will n- longer remain. The silver bid has ihsm'iI. ami wiii doubtless Im-c iiih- a hw. It I i-mains to be seen if K, viil make urn poor richer, and pei f.inn otoT ro'i'it ' mineles jiromisi'd for it, or not. Senator Lunar, ot lli-M-sipp', voted against the silver bill in ddi nice nt the instruction" ol tin1 legislature ot his state. The Senator -v i-! utiy r.i-uv laith in njs own eoni "it: ic tii in In-has in t'e jjdgmfllt Ol ll'l Com! ! t u . Ills I "Live t ,'!.. " A )l ot vt!u. t I bio property, a farm m'.ar this ciiy was sold yesterd iv, at a very reasonable lij;- ! Nire. lint tin' iicst mtiuro ot tin.' trans action is tha' tin inl .!( on tin; deferr...

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. — 22 February 1878

T ...r , 1 " ri T A Curious History. The Stewart palace (says tlio New Kork correspondent ot the Utica Herald) has thus far rather a strange history. The lot was purchased by Townsend, the sarsapu rllla man, who mado a lortune out ol tnnt nostrum and built what was then (ISM) the finest house in the city. Such wa9 its beauty that it was exhibited before the l;mily took possession at 25 cents admis sion, tor tho benefit ot a charity. Town send fttterwards failed and Hcwnrt bought the property nt Sheriff's sale He pulled down the house and planned the present palace. This was done before the war. when prices were low, and the inflation so increased the cost of labor and materials that the contract became a heavy loss. Stewart held the contractor to tho letter, and the unfortunate man suffered to al most ruinous degree. It is seldom that a building const! uctcd under such circum stances avails much to its owner Stewart wa9 eleven years preparing a palatial home for his old age, hut die...

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. — 22 February 1878

JOURNAL FK1DAV. FKUKU.VUV '22 H7!v ,!(':il cvv:. The S.-iiiil" liiis passed the i I ', ; i wi ll out ini-tei in I i' i tn heir. Plait! I.i I. Gen. Jain ( '; a'i, hi li come Ha'c ofti cor lint 1 i it iii'.i;iici cfli " roii m at the Capitol. Tn nit- M .'. '' ;.".. .1 1-.. i- i-i-.kin:: 1 1 1 ! liilN (i( Cole In rci i'i ! Willi tin- n ii:, ff Mut phy's speech. II li. .las. Y niii-j. lit r-n - ! :i.n- 1.1' Hi. (.'over lior of Missouri, died :it Ins limut' in l.al'anHc fount v I it .-"n'lii ilay ir.!,'. Dr. O. A. 'i'! Mnriii li iv 1 i-' n i n -n-.l troi B trip to 1 1 1 ' i i ; . sai Hi- sin i Mte'c i Olie Vast f;tu i i K of lihirh mi.l. The II.itii rivi.r p ek t compeiiy will ronillli'i'i-r Minn'-tir III. ii' b litis wi'i 1;. The Hi lie ot . Louts will I. ti- lii-st 1 arrive. Col. II. V.'ji'i r rem. Ted linni. Saturday, fltnlm-r Ins . mtni-Mim a l'e"id St;itr At tonirr (m-tl -District nwii! -t : l-.'m. lie at once fjiiiiPfii .I -inl en en ,1 n'-i-i' O.i- duties cf hi" ii-:'-'-i'. Tin- (...

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. — 22 February 1878

. ..., ., v.. i Eoy" Oliver Shoots Him. The Fatal Bullet Crashes Thxousrli a Closci Door, Speeding Direct to ma Heart. Full Particular. The Irxfuest. A Cedar City Tragedy. On the counter behind the open door of the store room of w m. T. Pullum. la Cedar City, on the morning of the fifteenth of February, Wan stretched the lifeless body of Anderson Coffman, who a few hours before was in the possession of robust health, in the prime of hale and hearty manhood. A white sheet was thrown over the body, and as wo entered the room we felt a oh 111 of horror at thought of the tragedy that had been enacted. and of which we had gained a faint glimmering on our way thither. Shrinking away from the awfully still thing that lay there under the ominous white fhrct. wo iiearcd the proup of men around a stove in the rear end of i ho taore. Their faces were imno o( them familiar; but it was not difficult to understand, that he who sat half-hldinglv behind the old f.ishieacd box- stove with lis high d...

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. — 22 February 1878

THE BLOODY BONDS OF CASS COUNTY. Amos Green and the Mastin Bank of Kansas City, Fingering the Price of Cline's Gunn City Murder. A Fearful Excoriation at the Hands of the Supremo Court. Cass County, respondent, vs. Amos (irem, appellant. In the Supreme Court of Missouri, October Term, 177. Appeal from tliu Jackson Law and Equity Court, Hon. K. K. Cowan, Judge. hikiuvooi;, c. ,i M.i.ivKiis orixntN of the c or n r. Two questions of prominence pieent tlicm (elves: First. Whether Hie evidence adduced sufllccs it support the allegations of the petition and warrant I lie decree rendered. Second. Whether, on the rase made by the pleadings, Ike plaintitr has any standing in a court of equity. Defendant, seeking a reversal, holds in each instance the negative. As the pleadings are lengthy, and the evi dence voluminous, and as the substauce of each will be hereto prefixed, we will not discuss the evidence in detail, nor give more than an out line of the petition, which seeks tiie surrender an...

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. — 22 February 1878

r - ';- ' ,r-- .. I jw m?irimm "-.i'i mm j, U&-i..Su;.wi.iWjf'j "AAt .'. tJnrwa.j. V ) Local News. Bring on your silver. Winter is coming next Christmas. Farmers are sharpening their plows. A little more "MfcAdam", City Fathers. Reno gats his expenses paid back to Indiana. "Consumption can be cured." Of course stop eating " Well! Who of our citizens are going to tuke hold of our southwest road and build it? , Jefferson House property at trustee's sale on the 23rd ol March. So advertisement. Col. Laseur, of the Lexington Intelligencer, was a passenger by the noon train enst Monday. The next and last ot the hops ot the Imperial Club for the season, will come off Friday even ing, March 1st. We bave been asked to petition a repeal of the tariff on imported type. On the contrary we protest against it. Mr. Joseph Ricky, a brother of Mr. W. C Ricky, a highly respected citizen of Ca'.laway, fted suddenly last Saturday night. Some fine, fresh rending in the Joi kxal this morning, particu...

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. — 22 February 1878

I lis On liusiilioruH. Loxnox, Teh. 13. The Timo.i in its lead In c articlo s:ys: 'However desirable a comproniiMi may be, it ran only w based upon the ro-cstalilisluncnt of nnmo decree of mutual confidence, ami it if necessary to nbserto that it si ill tleponds upon Hussia to take tlio fust steps re quisite for this purpose. LAST XIWIT'S ANNOUNCEMENTS in Pui liancnt hayo not apprcciablyrolieved tho tension or diminished the exeitement here. Thu Pall Mall (iazette ol yesterday afternoon expressed an expectation that the government would set k permission to enter thu Dardanelles by means ot a lor Mial pledge that tho fleet should have no other business bclore Constantinople ex cept that declared in Lord Derby's stale mont of Friday. The Pall Mall Gazette considered this about ns pkkilois and hi mii.iatino a position as was possible. It declared it to be the imperative duty of the ministry to redeem the country irom this position at any cost, and demanded such recon struction ot 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. — 1 March 1878

(1 ourna o VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1878. SO. 0 rpi- I -lie y V 0 f J (i WEEKLY STATE JOUKNAL, Published Every Fxidav ItY X. C. BUKCII. Terms .f Snlim Hpllon : Binjjlc copies, per yeai 1.50 '.Hubs of ton per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVAKIAIU.Y IS ADVANTK. -TO CASH BTJYEES ! Great Reductions in Dry Goods, Groceries and Liquors. Larpest stock in l!i city at Wholesale fsii! retinl, DALLMEYEK g CO 2i'8 and 210 East High Sikkkt. aui3l'"7 wly cash paid foii eorvir.Y produce. JOHN T. CRAVEN 301 LAnf HIGH STREET, Is again in the field, and lie will always be glad to sae his friends and customers. , GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES ' FOR CASI1. J Go and Sse Hisu. You will li n'd a full stock of tlic YC1IOM EST GROCERIES, ' Consisting o1 BFST COFFEES. TEAS, ffUGAKS. SYKUPS, MOLASSES. All kind of Canned Goods, YVints, Liiinors, Ci fairs, Tobacco, &u. Choicest of Candies. A ten per rent, package will be delivered as cheerfully hs a 50 purchase. "F...

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. — 1 March 1878

STAT.E JOURNAL Fl IaY. .MAKCIl 1. 178. The N"v Hampshire diction takes place next Tlmi m : :iy . The debt .t New Yoik city is s?140,00(, 000, find tli minimi interest about $'., 000,000. Tho Hrpiu licnns of Syracuse N. Y. have elected their m:iyor by a mijorily of 12,00. " The Greenback and laimr party curried Scranton, Pa . by 500 m ipo itv. It is said that in one district ofNorth ern China, out m' n population ol '".(X), 800,00 have i ot starvation. The ViMiiMn leoislature has passml a joint resolution, favoring tho passage ol tho river I ill The speaker ol tin- English he-use ot Lords receives a s"'.-.ry ni $50,000. T!i clerk $12,000 ')': ueakcr ol the H'N.e of Comm ins !, ;n $25. 000 a y ':ir, aid the clerk ,lo.ono. A man in England lias walked 2.000 miles in 1,000 hours. '.'.leer. Wouht'nt he hate done better to haye mauled 100 rails in 10 hours? The packing hou.se ol Nelson Morn in Chicago the largest in the country was destroyed by tiro on Thursday morning, Loss $120,000. ins...

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. — 1 March 1878

A Minnesota Fiend. A case is now pending before thcGrend Jury, and an indictmbhl will doubtless be found against William Pavitt, a farmer residing in Mapla Grove, lor a degreii ol fiendish brutality sufficient to make the heart sick. . A lad named Freddie Albert Bondin, not more than eight .years of age, has been the Tictiru of cruelty and abuse almost beyond belief, at the hand ot this Pavitt. As the story Is told to us, tho child is a motherless boy. His father, left with a family ( ttuall children, and without means lo care for them, was obliged to find homes lor them as best ha could, and unfortunately lor ihisppor boy he fell into the bands i t the fiendish Pavitt some months since. The lad's father removed to Pope County, supposing that his chil dren wowld be well cared lor. Pavitt has a wile and two children, and if the testi mony of bis neighbors is reliable, ho is a man of most violent temper, ever ready to vent his malice upon any unoffending oqject within his reach, even ...

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. — 1 March 1878

STATS JOURNAL VI'. !1AY. MAKCll 1. fs7, 1 j;i 1 News. They had a .:'. OiK) tin- at S.-de.liit the 2lt. There wa ;i ri-e l four lot't in l ho river lit tliid point on tlif '22i.il- Wni. Hoc i is now even ,vitl: j'h brother John ami bio'lirr in-law Kri d. We are ti'idi-r obliga'tom tiSn-i'nr Arm Strong fin- m.'ltll i-orv;i'-'-.;iii):t! i'l i:ncnt-. Viv hear the iiimiv lutikriip' V r.iseji ot onrri'v; lately in tl.i Ji-,!i. t utiritmvd to tie b'iJ i!-u1! John Snilivan i- punim: up i iit a commo dious roi'li nee (or iini-.i f on Main strict. FouiiiI itiMi all laid. Mrs. William l:oi"-i!i tir.-M-n-:' 1 her liege lord wli', :t linuiiciiig pair of twin boys lat Fri day Coii.i a'u!ati"lls, In th" mailer of W'm. .Ta;n. larl.nitit, Hie apl")in iM"iit of (iroiv'i if. Wii-oii approved, and tii- l m. I tlx .1 ui $-:( .uo. ''ov iii.-it .v, Ii.ivh !.n:,ir of our l.ithcr-, we will Imv" to jri-t our wives to k n t the purses ol our lathe is to carry Uiem in. We arc iivli h:eil to Mr. Onnly. the cour...

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. — 1 March 1878

a . k ) 1 MY KINGDOM IN THE CLOUDS. I Rat and RHZod Into Ibe burning sky . Where,' like some dying kinir, tho parting day. In calm nwjostio pre scienoe of decay, Lighted, his pyre, that he a king might die. And 1, whoxe thought upsoarn on wider wings. Since thy pure soul has breathed Into my llfo A quicUeued kinship with Uivin things I buildod there, remote from din and strife, A spacious solitude, where thou and I Might reign untroub'ed by tho puce of time. How with thy fittest wish the cloud would , thrill, And, like some sweet, unmedliated rhyme, Bead with melodious Impulse to thy will And I, strong in thy love, unquaillngly Would greet the gitze of dread etertity. H. II. Boyeson, in March Serlbner. "OH PIX0KIM, COMES THE NIGHT SO FASTP" BY CFLIA TIIAXTEk. O nigrim, ceraes the nieht so fast? Let not the dark thy heart appall. Though loom the shadows vague and vssf. For Love sbnll save us all. There Is no hope but this to see Through tenrs that gather fast and fall; Too great to p...

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. — 1 March 1878

A BRILLIANT WEDDING. The Caihollo Cfcurch the Soon of a J cy oni Occasion Mr. J. W, Pohl United in Marriage to Miss. Jennie Burt. We find In the Sedalia Democrat of Wednes day the follow ins account ol the marriage cf John W. Pohl, of this city, tu Miss Jennie Burt, of Sedalia: Wi tender the nappy pair our mot earnest congratulation!). May their ways be scattered with the thorniest) rose of never-ending joy and bliss: "For several days past the members of the 'Sodality," a young Indies' Catholic society, and the Sisters of St. Joseph Convent of this city have been busily engaged decorating with flowers, plants and evergreens tho Catholic church, preparatory to the celebration of a marriage ceremony, set for half past 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. A public wedding of this kind always draws well, and when the contracting-parties are gen erally known ami popular alike with old and young, as was the case in this instance, it is no wonder the full seating capacity of the large church was te...

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. — 1 March 1878

Local News. MT Inter wheat Is Rood all over the State, par tlcularly in this county. - Work was commenced on Green's scaffold at Kansai City Tuesday. Alderman Fltzpatrlck, who haa been til Tor a number ol days, Is again on the street. Only a montb,or thereabouts, to the city ele tion. We are under obligations to J. L. Connly Tor favors. Caas. Wancelln, representing the hat houso of Gray, Klmbrougb & Co., was in town Tues day Lively times at the next city election Cap italists and property owners coming to the front The earth was coated with a covering of four inches of, snow Monday morning. By noon it bad disappeared. Two men expiate the crime of mu rder in this State to-day. Green at Kansas City, and Daniel at Warrensburg. lit is said that the kind mothers down east are grown so affectionate that they give their children chloroform previous to whipping them A parcel of Indians, fourteen of them, were brought to the Penitentiary from Fort Smith, Arkansas, Monday, They were Unite...

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. — 1 March 1878

Vntlcnn Itooms. There nre 11.000 roorn in the ViUicnn which is not n palticn, but it city com pressed. An army 80,000 Kirunjj: could bo lodged in it. Its actual Inhabitants nnruber but a few hundreds. Only two Cardinals liaise there, Simeoni and Lo dochowskl. The former occupies the nnartmont of his predecessor, Antotielli. llo is of liumblo birth and small luruine, and when summoned liom the nuneioship at Lisbon he had some diflieully in fur nishing his quarters. It was proposed to the Antonelii heirs, his aged brothers, to sell to his successor the furniture of the suite, but so greedy of gain were they that Siiuconi could witli difficulty nr range to get part pt it. Cardinal Le dochowski was giveii asylum at tlie Vati can as a martyr, llo is "on terms of cold ness with many ol his brethren of the Sacred Collcgo who reside in Home, lln has no sympathy with 1'ietra, because lu? is n Frenchman and a savant: nor with ranebianco, because he is an ascetic; nor with Merfel, because he i...

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. — 8 March 1878

.,. .,.,..., J .,, ,v....w.; ,. ...... Ti tate ourna 1 VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, MARCH 8.1878. JST(). 10 el WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. PutlisliodL Every Friday BY X. C. BURCII. Terms or subscription l 8 ingle copies, per yeai.. 91.B0 1,2.-1 1,00 Clubs of ten per year. Clubs of twenty, per year IXVA1UABLY IN ADVAXCK. TO CASH BUYERS ! Great Reductions in Dry G001I3, Groceries ami Liquors. Largest stock in th city ut Wholesale an 4 retial, DALLMEYEE i CO 208 and 210 East High Stkeet. aus31'77 wly CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAVEN 30J EAST IIIGII STREE T, Is again in the Mild, and he will always be glud to see his friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, for Cash. Go and Sec Him. , You will Cud a full stock of the YCIIOICE8T GROCERIES, Consisting ot BFST COFFEES, TEAS, SUGAP.P, SYRUPS, MOLASSES. All kind of Canned Goods, Wines, Liquors, Ci gars, Tobacco, &c. ; Choicest of Candies. I A ten per cent, package will bo delivered as cheerfully as a ...

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. — 8 March 1878

STATS JOURNAL FRIDAY. M AUCli 8. 1878. The r-i - -van n,,.v. Leo XIII, last Sunday. Irish citiz.cs all ovt r the country cele brated Emmet's i i plenary. G'd ilti'.vn to 101 3 8 under the impulse ol tin; pas'-atu o ihe silver I i I . .The silver dill has become (lie law, n wilhstandieg tie vein ot tl.e IV' silent. 'Noik t:- l"Hivi.ls" in-;; tu-hionuble in Missouri, during the present reign. Tin- business puMtnii i lint Springs. Ark., lli-J I ttnous resort for invalids, w as consumed by lire Friday ; loss .loo,OM, The Si. Louis Republican warts the public: printing investigated. Tne J cu- ine.lt llootn nl I lit; House would In; a good place to begin its n .-1 : j us. 1 Thu ann unccmiiit ol I lie death of Bun Wade is houi ..v expect. i'. lie has lived a lite "I usetuluess, :u. -oes to Ilio grave with honors thick ti'-n Irs venerated name. The Govt ruor des rves great credit li.r his stern rehisal to interfere with the de crees il justice. lie has grown hugely in our cs'.imuti .i by hi...

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. — 8 March 1878

BE NOT xna FIRST. Oh I he not the first to discover . " ' ' .' A blot on the fame of a Irlend, . A flaw In the fulth of a lover, ' ' . Whose heart may prove to the end. ; . " We none of as know one another, 1 V And oft Into error we fallj f Tliea let us speak well f our brother. Or speak not about him at all. A smile or a sib may awaken Suspicion roost false and undue; And thus our belief may be abakeu In hearts that are honest and true. How oft the Unlit smile of gladness sis worn by the friends that we meet, To cover a soul full of sadness, Too proud to acknowledge defeat. ' llow often the sigh of drjectlon Is heaved fr6m the hypocrite's breast, To parody truth and affection, Or lull a suspicion to rest. How ofttn tbe.fnend we hold dearest Their noblest emotions conceal ; And bosoms the purest, slncerest, Have secrets they cannot reveal. Leave base minds to harbor suspi-'on.' .And small ones to trace out defects I Let our be a noWler ambition , I For case is the rnlud that suspect...

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. — 8 March 1878

A CITIZEN Shot by One of Our Policemen. A Full Account of the Affair. Jolm Cohagran Under Bond. From daily of Mar ltt.l Last night at about half-past eleven o'clock, a large party of young people were assembled at the residence of Mr. Fred Kolkmeyer, en joying the celebration of the wedding of Mr. K.'i daughter, little dreaming that the pave raent In iront of the doorway would be iho scene of bloodshed a few minutes later. Exactly the circumstance of the shooting teem to be known only by the participanta.lt Is said that Bob. Brennan was seen coming down nigh street from the direction of nermann Ilaar's residence, and when directly in front of Kolkmeyer's house, Policeman John Coha gan came across from the opposite side of the street, and catching him by the arm. jerked him out into the cutter, when a short scuffle ensued, ending with the sharp report of a pis tol and the falling of Bjb. Brenoan heavily to the ground. Cohagac says Brennan was cutting at him with a knife when be shot....

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