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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 March 1878

r i ISriffaruls of Sicily. Palermo, Jan. 22. This beautiful city ot Palermo has a way more striking than creditable ot recalling herself to the memory ot the world. II over a year has passed away without our hearing any mention ot Sicily, we may be lairiy suro that the time is ripe lor the news of otio of those acts of brigandage which litre never seem to pass quite out of fashion. Ot late we fancied llune had been some improve ment in this respect. The last remarkable cao was in Outd oor, 187G, when a banker ol Palermo was captured at a distance ot some twenty miles from the city, and alter a detention of a month, moro or less, was returned to his family . in consideration of a sum of 90,000 lire, or about $1G.000. Since that tiie the world has been alilowed to Idiji-t Sicilian brigands, until within the last t-v days, when the telegraph has had to re peat to Europe the headings of tlii old familiar tale. Each repetition, however, has its own peculiar feature. The present version w...

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. — 8 March 1878

V. 3 li STATE JOURNAL KIIlDAY.MAKCII 8. 1878. Vioml Sews 'Vernal frost." oaU ra iily drying. Spring chickens tre bejtliinirii to blusim. Wcrplr.R willow in full li'iif lit Cuthuc Mo. Sprini pli'winjt will commonr" if the wr-ith-er continue l!ivrnile. There arc four ymua Imli' s p"plyrd in set ting type In t!i 0;:i;r- L? ruler etik-p. Jas. E. Culler, mil' inv; nt worthy Mayor, is urtfi-il in mime q.iiii-tci! for re-election. Mr. Peter Miller i Uurinii out tlic front of his Rtore-ro"iii, iir) rtorv to puttinx in a new o-ae. ton. Rtrliins, local of I lie Bnmmlle Ad vertiser, leave in;- '.uroic on (he fii ct of April with bis pa. The (JoTTiior lm tleti-niiiiied to tw.t tlx virtue of hemp tn (!rtii' m-n from the. cm mission o 1 o 1 1 m.' . We have hejird Tetiiiie M-ithcws otizgested as a suitable iinin to run (or the legislature. Not a street rumor nomination. 'Srtlicito" in the SddHlin Democrat charges the murder of CofTflan tit Odur City, the nlsht of the 14;b ult. to J. fl. -on City w...

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. — 8 March 1878

n-mrr iHr ' 'cl ) IV If DANIEL'S DOOM, Personal Sketch History Crime. of his V John Willllnm Daniel, who suffered the ex I reme penalty of the law 'at Warrcnsburg ' last Friday, for the murder of Jesse Millet, In I Tettli county, on the 22ud.of February, 1877, " was born at Old Palestine In Coeper county, this State, and N about 80 yeart of ase. He ! ;' received a common school education, and at the ago of 17 moved with his father to Cook county, Texas. At the ace of 19, tbo civil war that swept over the country coming on, he Joined the regiment of rebel cavalry ruined Vln Texas by one Col. Young, and served all iduring the war. In 1800, he returned witn hie fat hern lainlly to Missouri, locating on the east aide of Johnson county, where he followed farming. Afterwards the Daniels again went to Texas, where John William followed cattle herding. They finally returned to Misssurl and satiled down to farming In Henry county. In April, 1876, John William Daniel was married to a grass wi...

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. — 8 March 1878

U. S, District Court' Proceedings. in on pay i March 4, tST. Th United States Dintrict Court for the Vc8itrn District of Missouri, convened in this city to-day, A. Krekol. Judge; L. II. Waters, District Attorney; Louis Schmidt, Clerk; I. W. Wetherby, Deputy Clerk, and Dee Wcth erby. asuintant ; C. C Allen, Mifsiiul ; II. M. Elliott, Deputy Marshal ; 8. O. Tenny, Crier; Al. Cooner, A. AV. Urifllth, Geo. V.'. Urben and Ja. II. Preston, Fred. I.uerhle.M.uilill'-'. The following list of (iltAND jriiOKS was called mvl sworn : V. V. Uris'.ow, Mercer County. T. J. Stemnlons, Jasper. J. T. Smith, Howard. Thos. J. (iimn. Cluv. Junies Trice, Newton. C. IS. Conrad, Union. T. K. Klaus, Mercer. 7. L. Cone. Jasper. h. A. lliley, Harrison. Lli.'uh Wiillup. Hurry. AV. A. Jones. Nodaway. S. S. Cowan, lia'es. Spuik Mcl'lure, 0 rnr.dy. AV in. Daily, Harrison. M. V Withers, Lafayette, S. A. English. Marion. AV. D. Clark, Andrew. Starky Ingram, Johnson. Alex. AV. Dell, Buchanan. Mr. M. AV. AVithe.rs was...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 March 1878

r ) (I Local Nrws. Marcli winds. Gardening lias been commenced by tome of our citizens. The boy are gelling ihcir bal's and bats ready fur tVe coming season. Green. C. Berry and Urlas Oordon returned P Tfroro Sednlia on Sunday last. Col. Learning bad the first tilt wllli the new District Attorney, and came off victor. "Pony" Boyd, of Springfield. Mo., la in the city attending, the IT. S. District Court. ''Our daddies' dollar" will be a handsome pleceof coin according to the description fur nished. Judge David YVfliiier inaile an a'eument in the B'lhnu.n case before the Supreme Court Monday. Two lunatics were conveyed to Fulton, Tuesday, one from Vernon county nnd the other from Pettis. The Bazoo intimates that Tcnnle Mathews' Abllener has a rival in the person of a fair damsel at Warrensburg. Has she red hair? The Bates County Record ventures to shout its congratulations that the town (and town ship) of Butler, is lice of railroad debt. We understand that Mr. W. C. Boon has purchase...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 March 1878

The Veto. Washixotos, I). C, Feb. 28. The following is the full text oi the President message : To the House of lleprrscnutires : Alter a very caielul consiilurntion l House bill 1093, entitled An act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar, and to restore its legal tender character,' I feel compelled to return it to the House ot Representatives, in which it originated, with ray objections to its passage. Hold ing the opinion which I expressed in ray Annual message, that neither the interests ot the Government nor of the ' people of the United States would bo promoted by disparaging silver as one ot the two pre cious metals which lurnish the coinage ol the world, and that legislation whUh looks to maintaining the volume ol in trinsic money to as lull a measure ot both metals as their relative commercial values will permit wouid be neither unjust nor Inexpedient, it has been my earnest de sire to concur with Congress in the adop tion ol such measures to increase the si...

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. — 15 March 1878

r Statej 3 1 E lie ouma VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. MARCH 15.1878. T 11 A V WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Published Every Fridar BY N. C. BURCII. Term of Subscription i fehifcle copies, per yeai ' . 91,50 1,25 1,00 viuijs oi icn per year. Clubs of twenty, per year ivtunrinf v tv i mrivrv TO CASH BUYERS ! Great Reductions In Dry Goods, Groceries ami Liquors. Largest stock in th city at . Wholesale ami retial, DALLMEYEK I CO 20? and 210 East High Stkekt. au31'77 wly CASH PAID FOB COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAVEN 301 EAiT HIGH STREET, Is again in tlie field, and he will always be glad . to see hie friends and customers. ' GROCEKIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASH. Go and See Him. You will find a full stock of the YCHOICEST GROCERIES, Consisting of BFST COFFEES, v, TEAS, j - SUGARS. 7 SYRUPS, ' ' MOLASSES. All kind of Canned Goods, Wines, Liquors, CI gars, Tobacco, &c. Choicest of Candies. A ten per cent, package will be delivered as cheerfully ks a 950 purchase. "Fair and Ho...

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. — 15 March 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. MARCH 15. 1878. There nre eighty thousand convicts In the various New Yoik prisons and peni tentiaries al present. CIius II. Rranscomb. luimerly ol Mis souri, lias been nominated consul at ('hen Kiting may r.s vvel! chunk him in there as auy whciv, we suppose. Tlio "VIson?in Senate lists by a single vote rejected n amendment to the State Constitution whereby traffic in intoxicat ing liquor w.n to have Wen prohibited. Superintendent 1'olard of the Mint, at Philadelphia, i-sued ttus 2."0.000 ol ne r silver dollars which are now being coined at that institution. Thursday last. Tlio Engl-sh Court ot Admiralty has just decided that the fhi icli found and picked up Cleopatra's Needle in the hay of Riscay is entitled to $12.j.OOO salvage. A bill authorizing the erection of a Government building at Kansas City pass ed the Hone Wednesday. No appropri ation made, nor has the bill passed the Senate. The Comptroller ot the Currency lias appointed Joseph J. Kelley, of Clint...

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. — 15 March 1878

' 1 i ', I ''I i V Agricultural Notes. S An linuaii Alio t rtr i-r nl mnila eiiiral1 a this year. 7. ; About 125,000 bushels nt clover seed )tire unnuallj sent from this country to Europe. .,,." Ihe Inrmers ot Worth Alabama una . preat difllcultv In nrocurinff hands for i; field work. , Do up the chores. Many ot these days f may be spent in chopping tho wood tor next summer. f If wheat appears poor in Fpr.ts, it will pay to go over It now with fine manure or a good fertilizer. i ; Pennsylvania supplies one-filth ol the rye produced in this country 01 3,677,611 bushels out ot 16.618.79.J. The average steer in Texas is worth $9.24. The average steer in Massachusetts is worth $40.81 ; in New York $33.15. Everereens transplant to best advun i) n rrn n t n tinta iirliun tliaii' liiirla U PJ litM?in. lao ni t 1 1 in v n nun vtj x- i iv niug to swell lor a new set of leaves. The energetic tarmer now employs his spare time in making calculations con cerning the weather and this year's crops...

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. — 15 March 1878

STATS JOURISTAL FRIDAY. MARCH 15. 187S. Local News. J C. Babbitt Is off on a trip to Texas. Election canvass red-hot ami still a healing. When bank moots bank, tbon romes ten per co nt. Peach and plumb in full bud. ready to burst into bloom. The total of the rieasiint Hill Township debt is 342,230.18. Election tinios bavins .nine uainmall change will be mote plentiful. A "new dry house" is unions the curiosities f Sedulia improvements, according to the fiazoo. Trees building, birds singing, and all the merry round uf sprtH time nlorici is with us once again. We are reti"ted to say tout Mayor Carter Hot only consent to rim for major, hut be rnents to an plection. Judge rrathcr, jwlae of Lufuyette County Court, passed through this city on his way to Fulton Satuiday morning. Henry Umstead, ol Miller county, lias filed his petition In the United States District Court to te adjudged a bankrupt. Stamplli & Kargrs, the enterprising and en ergetic furniture dealers of Madison Street, ar...

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. — 15 March 1878

AT THE LAST. Come once. Just once, dear love, when I ora dcud Ah, Gotl 1 1 would it wero this hour, to tiinht. . - . And look your last upon the frozen fco . That was to you a summer' brief delight. The silent lips will not entreat you then, Nor the eyes vex you with unwelcome tears; The low. tnd voice will utter no complaint, ' Nor the heart tremble with its restless fears. I shall be still you will torsive me 'then For a'l that I have been, or failed to Say, as you look, "Poor heart, she loved me well. .' No other love will be so true to me." Then bend and kiss the lip that will not speak One little khs for all the dear, dead days' 'Say once, "God rest her soul I" then go In peace. No haunting gl.ost shall meet you in your ways. J.OCI6K ClUSDl.ER MOI'LTOX. Editor Journal: A communication, signed Clack Smith, in yesterday's paper, says he is in tavor of rotation hi office, and especially in relation to city aff tirs Black Smith says Mr. Fred Fisher would make a good Alderman and lo...

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. — 15 March 1878

riJRTHEB OF THAT VNFOBTUNATE LEXINOTOOTAN. A Jefferaonlan Victimised, - On Thursday ol Hi week, llm "lit Inst, there appeared a, tho counter of the National Ex changee Bank, a person who reprexenied him self1 as "Edward Whiilen." with a draft on St. Louli lor $25. he asked the cashier of the bank to cash for him. That awomodiitin odieer, Nick E. Miller, Esq., Informed tho person that, as be was a stranger Jo him, If he would Iden tify himself its the person to whom tho check was made payable, he would accomodate him. This Mr. Miller did not hesitate proposing to do, as ho readily recognized the druft a rcu wine oue of the Lrxinjjton Uaiik. Upon this the stranger replied that he did not know whether he knew anyone the cashier was acquainted with or not. But upon (lulling that tho cashn rwas immovable, he said he would look around and relui n. This happened in the morning. At about noon the stranger returned with Frank Meyer, a brother or Peter Meyer, the sheiriir, to prove his Identi...

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. — 15 March 1878

Local News. Eggs at six cents a dozen id Sedalla. Services every night thin week at the Baptist Church. ' The wei Ing of the green," I In fashion on the summits about the city. ' "Green" is the prevailing expression about the city. b'prinq elections: Good time to upring a Straight Republican candidate. Bowman's prohibition tails and the vordlct of the jury disbarring lilra, will now go into effect. Mr. A. M. Beckers, of the firm of Beckers & Brooks, departed for Louisiana, Mo., Mcnday morning. Rev. B. II. Charles, of the Fulton Svnodical Seminary, preaches at the Presbyterian church Sabbath next. Ad ex-convict, named Phil. Nelson, broke Into Holt's store at Hibernia Saturday night. He was caught and taken to Fulton. We hear that Tuesday was the first wedding day of our young friend Thos. G.Janvier, of Philadelphia, formerly of this city. Some of Mr. Carter's friends are curious to know if, in case of his re-election, he will re appoint the Cohagan's the police of the city, Eh? T...

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. — 15 March 1878

PuttlBg the Pope tn 1!H Collin. Manni- c Roes by with dignified step, his face a little bent down. Howard passes with head erect and that dignified bearirg which enables him to wear his rooes with such grace. Some of the college have hand kerchiefs to their eyes, and one old cardi nal is robbing. Tho choir now bursts forth with a solemn funeral chant, and issues from the chapel followed by the cardinal archpriest of St. Peter's, Horromco. tho chapter of the Basilica, Moneignor Foli caldi, archbishop of Ephesus, ofiiciatinj;, and the body of Pius is borne shoulder high by tho noble guard. The procession turns to tun left, parses belore the bronze statoe of Peter, sweeps slowly around in front of tho confession, and passes Hown the other side to the chapel ol the choir. All people kneel as the dead pope passes; and as choristers give forth their solemn notes, the pivk of the workman in the cav ity above is heard with regular stroke, far more significant and lull of meaning than any pa...

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. — 22 March 1878

State I r- tie ournal VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, MARCH 22.1878. NO. 11 1 ) J K WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Published Eirery Friday ' N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription! Singls copies, per yeai . 91.50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. TO CASH BUYERS ! Great Reduotions In Dry Goods, Groceries and Liquors. Largest stock In tb city at Wholesale and retial, D ALLME YE R I GO 208 and 210 East High Sthkkt. aua3l'77 wly - mcnonn vrn -nilVTTfV PPfiniirF. JOHN T. CRAVEN 301 EAbT HIGH STREET, Is again in the fltltl, and be will always be Rlud to see his friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASH. Go and See Him. You will find a full stO( k of the CHOICEST GROCERIES, Consisting ol BFST COFFEES, TEAS, SUGAKS, SYRUPS, MOLASSES. All kind of Canned Goods, Wines, Liquors, Ct gars, Tobacco, Ac. Choicest of Candies. A ten per cent, package will be delivered as cheerfully is a $50 purchase. "Fair and Honorable Deuliog," i...

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 March 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1878. Gov. NUholls, it is understood, will grant a perdon to General Anderson, to day. It la asserted that an average of 1,000 settlers daily rross the Misssuri River into Kansas. Col. Polk finds it useful to have a few disinterested Republicans on the tloor of the House just now. Door Keeper I'olk, ol K inxasCity, is to bo dismissed. Chnrii y Morgan is on the committee that investigated his Irregu larities. QTbe honiulo muidei ol .Jo.sic Langmaid, at Pembroke. X. II . is at lat avengeil Her murderer, Joseph Lapaigo, was ex edited tor tho '-ri'iiH last Friday. The "ljeae". ot Europe" is again threat ened. The billows ui the unpronounceable names havts exeiteii the jealously ot our English cousin, and the tv;! is they will go to war aliuut it. St. Louis has got a candidate for the Presidency in 1880 lirition A. Hill a greenbacks, and the Chicago Post wants tJ know who he is. Why, ex-attorney Bowman's late hw paitner. The Secretary ol the Interior has d...

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 March 1878

GIVING AND TAKING. J. Qt WHITHER Who gives and bides the giving band. Nor counts on favor, fame or praise, Shall find bis smallest gift outweigh The burden of the sea and land. Who bIvos to whom hath naught been given. His gift in need, though small, indeed, As is the glass blade's wlnd-b owb seed. Is large as earth and rich as heaven. Forget it not, O man, to whom A gift shall rail, while yet on earth ; Yea, even to thy sevenfold birth Recall it in the lives to come. Who broods about a wrona In thouslit Sins much ; but greater sin is his Who, fed and clothed with kindnesses, Shall rount the holy alms as naught. Who dares to curse the hands that blets Shall know ol sin the deadliest cost ; The patience ol the heavens is loot Beholding mau's unthankrulnevs. Foi he who breaks all laws may still In Sivam's mercy boforglven; But none can save (n earth or heaven, The wretch who answers good with ill. Tlmrlow Weed ou National autl Other Holidays. It was my own haoit, during a half cen tur...

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 March 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. MARCH 22. 1878. Loc;il ws. Dr. IIt!mtr-ft wax in town Saturday last, Tim ii r u i . i i i: knifo iinil shears were' never busier. Work nn J. S. Sullivan's rriJ( iicc is jro gresslng finely. People abort Imve much to env nbniit a new mint. For Juleps, we presume. The list fr (Ifl'nq'ient taxes in Carroll totin ty for 1S"7, amount lo glz.'Js'i 0,,. Callaway nnd Mimine n. untie are bolli Milk ing up the Mtl j"et of io k rends. 3f Judpe TUn kli:inlt h:is consented to hear an Application of 1?")' Oliver for admission to bail. C. J. Gutrlc llit'K'T, lor City Assessor. U the choice of Many Votkks. An entire m w Hoard of Eclni'aiion for the city is to be elected on the 2nd of April next. Suburban fanners are settirtit in their spring crops. HHIj In excellent, coiu'it on for plow in. The penitentiary i.s still (purryina away at Lincoln Institute hill, opcra'inn on tlie oppo site side now. No bustne. in this town can afford the pay ment of 10 per cent, for money to carry...

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 March 1878

41 . U.. ... ft- I J VIS TO THE DESIRED 3AVEN. rs.I.M CVlt. What matter how the wind may blow. Or blow they ef, or blow thr west: What reck I how the tides may flow. i Since ebb or fl.mil ulikn I best No summer culm, no winter gaie. Imped or drives me from my way; I steadfast towards the tlaven sail That lie, perhaps, not faraway. I mind the weary day of old, When motionless I teemed to He; The night when fierce the billows rolled. ' And changed my course. I knew not why, t feared the culm, I leared the gale, Foreboding dangers and delay, Forgetting I was thus to Kail ' To reach what seemed so fur sway. I measure not the loss and fret Which through thmm years of doubt I bore, I keep the memory (resh, and yet Would hold God's patient mercy more.. What wrecks have passed me In the gale, What ships gone down on summer day. While I. with turled or reading sail. Stood fur the Haven far away ! What matter how the winds may blow, Since fair or foul alike arc best? Uod holds them In Hi hand...

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 March 1878

-A 5THANDS UP! Fill jther Train Pobbery. Dr. Texas Central Robbed. . 4ie . The Express Messenger Shot. The Bandits Get $75,000, Over the Hills and Far Away. Special to the Sedalla Bazoo. Hl-tciiins, Tex., March 19. One ol the boldest and most daring train robberies ever perpetrated In the United States, occurred at this point last night. It was skill fully planned, and audaciously and successfully carried out. THE SOVTIIKRN HOUND MAIL TRAIN. on the Texas Central, due here at 10 :03, came in on time last night, but had no sooner stopped than it was boarded by four masked men, who went quickly and energetically to work. They at first met with resistance Iram the train men, and about twenty shots were ex cbanqed, during which THE EXPRESS MESSENGER, THOMAS, was shot twice, one ball going through his throat and dangerously wounding him. The robbers then secured the engineer, fire man, agent and a negro who was on the plat' form, and turned them into A LIVIKO BREAST WORK by placing them i...

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