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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 March 1878

J' Local News. "Phikles" is still tu pickle. The "burning bush" ;i In bloom. Beautiful -the weather, we mean. Maries County warrants voted at par. Trl-weekly moil to Tuscumbia. Advertisement for school election elsewhere. Secretary of State McGrath took bis St. Patrick's atSedalla. The enrollment in the public schools of Joplln lumbers 019. The Pacific mills are not in operation any longer, we bear. r Henergetio 'ens will devote themselves to the preparation of Easter eggs. i. Six Directors of the School Board to be elec ted in this city the first Tuesday in April. Jefferson City is sporting some quite hand some turnouts in the buggy and carriage line. Vernal frosts are the death of fruit growers. Two of small magnitude thus far In this local ity. Geo. Meyers, county jailer, has eighteen boarders, thirteen ol whom are on account of .1 tr....i c...... H The teachers of the publle school express great interest in the approaching school elec tion. Four hundred and sixteen people stopji...

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 March 1878

STA re -A Senator's Wife. f tit" Mogiaphicnl ske-clips oj Mr. Wade mention that lio mar .us Uoscticranz, and that lw.was A lino yetm old, almost an old Imclin ,aiid sho thii tj-suvi'ti, utmost nn old luaid, when the nuptial knot was tied. She lived with him tor thirty-seven years that Inct, too, U stated in the "sketches ;" but how useful a, helpmeet and helpmate 6ho was is not more th in very generally narrated. It is rather an important fact that Mrs. Wade was her husband's secre tary, assistant, reader nnl it may almost be said right hand. Senator Wade had an almost invincible antipathy to putting pen to paper, lie had nn almost equal disinclination to search books. This drudgery Mrs. Wade cheerfully assumed. When her husband had a great speech in hand, it was his wile who furnished him with the materials, which ho altenvards arranged, assimilated and systematized. Great things are told of her skill in this respect ot her tact, industry, patience. There is nothing discreditable t...

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. — 29 March 1878

r ? n n "V I lie Journal. VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 29.1878. NO. 12 V WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Published Every Frldav BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subiorlptlon t Single copies, per yeiu $1,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. TO CASH BUYERS! Great Reductions in Dry Goods, Groceries f and Liquors. Largest stock in th city at "Wholesale and retial, DALLMEYER I CO 2C8 and 210 East High Stkket. aut31"77 wly ( CASH PAID FOB COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAVEN 301 EAbT HIGH STREET, I again in the field, ar d be will always be glad to see his friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED t iii ii n i r i r n n r n r a FOR CASH. Go and See Him. i f ' You will iind a full stock of tlie TCHOJCEST GROCERIES, Consistlm of BFST COFFEES. TP A S 1 SUGARS. U SYRUPS, - ri I 1 1 . n t . All kind of Canned Goods, Wines, Liquors, Ci gars, Tobacco, Ac. Choicest of Candies. A ten per crnt. package will be delivered as cheerfully as a $30 purchase. "Fair 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. — 29 March 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY MARCH '29. 187b. From tin- Pes Moim-s U.-NJer we learn that the rei-ioration of goid n en dila ting medium hah been lUiW-tcd, iirticu larly at the Post OfttVe In that city. Among tin candidates fur the Senatorial vacancy In Missouri nreStilson llu'chins, Samuel T. Glover ami Od James O. Broadhead. So ways the Chicago papers. Ohio and Michigan anil '.he Northeast ern portion of the Northwestern Slutes were visited, on Stimlav last, with a severe Northeaster, telrap iin report s.trom the effects ot which, indicate that the It nit buds of the sections name I entirely dis troyed, One of tie licuvii t bidders lor carrying the mails in Texas and other Southwest em States nt the late ietlinsrol contracts at Washington, was Col. J. 11 l'ri'-e, ol this cit . no ol tin' aim.lies on his bonds was his wife, who, it is well known, has un es tate separate In ni her husband's valued at $300,000 or $100,000. Hut when k came to awarding contracts some question was raised as to t...

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. — 29 March 1878

THE WHISTLER. Frogs have their time to croak and owls to hoU The patient flutist bath his time to toot; The fiddler flddleth when lila work la done, But thou. O bore, has no set time ah, none, To whlBtle. We know when Banks plays bis horn of brans, And Dioslebv his flajieolet. alas I VT know when comes the dulcet flshhorn's tone But, hang It, tbou bast all times for tblne own, , O whistler I When old pianos have worn out 'an air, And volr.es crude have torn it very bore, Tby puckered mouth doth still emit the strain, But all our prayers that tbou nhouldst cet.se are vain, O whistler 1 Long after honest folks have gone to bed, ' Wearied with tolling for their daily bread, Tben thou, O lazy, long-eared midnight bitd, 'Mid many Imprecations still art heard. Whistling. I call tbee bird one ol the shrill voltted sort; For 'tis quite plain that music's not thy torte; Tbou sbuuld&t be feathered as the vultures are You get tbe feathers, I'll produce the tar, O whistler! In the Senate la...

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. — 29 March 1878

STATE JOURNAL I'RinAvy.MAKcrfrihi Local News. Look out lor breakers. Dsn. Booh bun our thank lor late Cheyenne papers. Geo. Rnlelie has been appointed receiver of public mom y t Iloonville. The rostls such as they are have nM dried up and me blowing away. Patched up aiialn somehow, It was. Who's preferred apititt now, we wonder? "Duin It," fiuid he, "every pretty clrl in tbN town is some oilier fellow's sweetheart."' Charley (Jutes, though snlVering intensely from a pnnilul wound, is slowly improving. "The ehoii et and best," In the motto of fScoveru & Wagner, and they always adhere to it. One of the larirest creditors Missouri rcpu dieting counties have In ex-president Kecd, of the State University. N'i i-huiicn tor the pnss.ni.-e of the Postal Sav ine's bill. The-National Hank Interest will "bust" that. The train from the west Saturday morning, was delayed several hours. Engine ditched somewhere. Two revival meeting are in progress tu the city. One at the Baptist and one at th...

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. — 29 March 1878

"STILL 1ST TIH NACHT, E3 RUH'N DIE f OASSEN." Still In tho night, and the streets are lone, My darling dwelt In I hit boue of yore; 'TIs year sIdcs she from the city hag flown, ' Yet the house stands there ait it did before. There, too, stards a mnn, and aloft stares he, And for sties of anguish he wrinRS bis haudaj My blood run cold when hi face' I sec, 'TIs my own very self In the moonlight stands. ' ' II Thou doublet Thou fetch,' with the livid face ! Why dost thou mimic my lovelorn mould. That waa racked and rent in thia very place So many a night in the times of old? Blackwood's Magazine. Heivk. WHITE WINGS. White wings, where are ye flying, The while I lie here dying,. Outside the window pane I hear a weird, sweet strain. Kn some angel-harp were sighing With pleasure half and pain White wings white wings? 'TIs but the snow thiit flutters 'Tis but the wind that utter Some tale of ghostly cheer, To the specters of the year. 'Tie but old Death that mutter o fclose beside my ear 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. — 29 March 1878

Personal, A number visited ournelghbor, Cedar City, on Sabbath day. Judge Krekel returned from Sedalia on the down train Sunday. Mr. Sea Moore, ot Fulton, M., was in the city MonJay. Mr. J. C. 8hockley returned from Carrol ton, Mo., via Kansas City, Sunday nlfcht.' Col. J. B. Price returned from Washington city on the three o'clock Iraiu Sunday morning. Gen. Harding and Livingston Davison de parted for St. Louis on the noon (rain Sub day. Mr, Clias. O. Clements, lawyer of Linn, Mo., who has been in this city for several days, left for St. Louis Monday at nocn. Col. Williams, and his estimable lady, re turned to this city from Carrolton, Mo., where they had been on a protracted visit, Saturday night. F, L. Garrison, agent for the Chicago and Alton railroad at Cedar City, Wince Lyneg and Frank Ilechler, engineer of the passenger train on the C & A. road, spent a portion of Sunday In the city. Mr. Stewart, captain of the Phil. E. Chap pell, Dick Carew, clerk, and John Connoly, boss...

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. — 29 March 1878

Local Xews. Winter wheat In tho Osage bottom Is two joint high. . : ' i The Supreme Court building will be ready to be occupied by the next term of court, except painting. ''' '," .v. jodd itoss lias Just returned from bunion, 'where he ha been emnloved nalntinaon cx- Treasurer Salmon's mansion. At the laxt October term o( the Supreme Court three hundred and fifteen cases were finally disposed of. Dry fherp pells are worth 8 and 10 cent in St. Louis. At the prison tannery only 84 cents were offered. We are indebted to L. E. Ayres, Esq., Clerk aie Auditor's Office, Des Moines. Iowa, for ' Mint., nf Itia Stnf A Pfiotdar. One of tl e snuggest and neatest grocery stores in the city, is that of Mr. Grolock, on High Street, at Feler Miller's old stand. Of the apportion of State moneys for the support of schools, Cole county will receive liom the State Treasurer $3,973.02. We forgot to mention it at the time, and to we will mention now, that the spring season opened on the calendar one wee...

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. — 29 March 1878

Love aml'.Murder. A new phase ol feeling has come oyer the wife-murderers. It is the sentimental phase. Husbands murder wives quite ns often as thej ever did, but they now mur der them because they love them. There was poor Kitty Elroy, out in the Black Hills. Kitty complained that she no longer could live with her husband, because ot his ugly and cruel treatment. 'Curse you, Kittysays 'if can't live with me, you Bhan'l live with anybody else.' At that he pulled out his little pistol and shot poor Kitty dead. Tublic senti ment excused him" tor It because he loved Kitty. There, too, was a certain much married Mormon bishop, high up in the councils ot the Lord's saints. One oi his many wives lelt her affections stray Irom this saint ot the Lord to a proiane person. The Oentile, like Barkis, 'willin,' and the Mormon wile torgot her duties to her hun dredth part of a husband so lar as to at tempt an elopement with the fascinating: Gentile. The Lord's anointed thereupon, like the good sh...

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. — 5 April 1878

NO. 13 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. 1 Published ETery Friiar . BY N. C. BURCII. Term of Subscription t Single copies, per ycai .. $1,A0 Clubs of ten per year. 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. TO CASH BUYEES! GreHl Reductions in Dry Goods, Groceries and Liquors. Largest stock in th city ut Vhole.ale and retial, DALLMEyEfl I CO i ! , ' ; 208 and 210 East High Street. . . au831'77 wly . n a air t 4 in vrr rnnrTT v pnnnTTrir. t r rr -t m nn' a TTTmi d UniN X. U Jtl AY JjIN '." 304 EAfeT HIGH STREET, Is again In the field, and be will always be glud to see bis friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED ' AT WHO LESALE PRICES, - -.U - '. . ! -,:.. FOR CASH. -. .'! - v ' ... , i ;. '! v ; ' : ) . Go and See Him. . : You will find a full stock of the YCHOICEST GKOCEUIES, ' ' t ".' '. " Consisting ol BF&T COFFEES. : 1 'TEAS, ' ' ' SUGARS, : ' I ' SYRUPS, r ' ' . . MfiTARSFS All kind of Canned Goods, W nes, Liquors, Ci i gars, Tobacco, &c. . : . . Choicest of Candies...

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. — 5 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1876. The President hopes Senator Howe feels better, since his speech against him. Iowa will celebrate the 4th of July thia year by restoring the death penalty. Lord Salisbury has succeeded Lord Derby as tlx Hi itisli Minister ot Foreign affairs. The income ol the Earl ol Derby 1st $2,1-00,000 per anuum. What should ho care for the Rnia question P The Senate has confirmed the president's nomination, and G. V. Scoficld Is now register of the treasury. It Is stated that la the month ol January only 228 Chir, amen landed at San Fran cisco, while 8fc2 re!un,. to their native ltnd. The bill prattling to Gen James Shields, ol Missouri, nn increase ot pension Irom $31 25 to $50 a month l'rr s rvices ren dered in the late war, has passed the Ser -ate. Chicago Posl: B. Gratz Brown, who will be remembered as Xast's tag to Mr. Greeley's coat-tail in 1872, will never again go rou'i.l the corner to see a man. He has tied up his ruby lips with a red ribbon. The Bate...

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. — 5 April 1878

STATE NEWS. E. Warderman, of Charlotte township, BaUs county, lost his dwelling by flre.March 19. Loss bout 8800 or 1900 BboTfi InkuranceT" v Mr. Lathan, Hying south of Belvoif , Vernon county, was found dead near Nevada last week, lie had been sick for some time past. Be was found few miles I rem Nevada, where be bad fatten off his horse. A Mr. L. 8. W IImji), of Salem, loot !C7 last week. He had gone to bed leaving hit coat hanging up down stairs, with his pocket-book containing the money In it. lie slept upstairs, and on coming down in the. morning found the pocket-book and money gone. On Thursday evening last, Dick Goodal) sheriff of Laclede county, arrested in Holla a man named Walker B. Rodman, who is charged With having murdered two men in Indiana, several years ago. Rodman has been living on Big Piney for the last few years. A.dwarfnamsd Quinn wanted to marry a Stepdaughter of Emmons Campbell at Holla, last Saturday. Quinn is a pHuper on tbe coun ty, and the girl Is about fi...

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. — 5 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1876. ljocsil Nmvs. A telrphon? Iictwei n the Mansion ami Capi tol is suggested. Didn't urnlert:in.) the unuHiml warmth of tlie man's coiifirnliilut ions. He is a cudidate. C. W. Samuel & Co. ure shelling and ship ping corn. Tht-y louulil 700 barrels at Joseph Rickey's sal.i a few rhivs aco at $1.12.1 per bar rel. Morris SurupK. who h:i been teaching school at Lalmdip, clawed his term H-t Friday, and has returned home. A IMatte county woman is rho liappv mother of twin boys, one of whom is named Jefferson Pavls and the other Abraham Lincoln. Justice Lone huh in rfiiciatetl before the hy menial halter Saturday, the COli. ptrairg Mr John Zack and Miss Kate Klinte within th delightful nooe. Nothing in the (Juaker City has received more unlimited or well-merited praise from its uues's than tlie Colonnade Ho'el, Philadelphia tor liberal nntuuLcnuiit and excellent courtesy Cwptain Stitie, proprietor of the Nudine. re turned from Memphis, Tenn.. Friday bi...

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. — 5 April 1878

A VISION. v r From tbe Spectator. rale, blood-stained, wha are these that are thronging the throne of Godf Their faces are ashen wltb anguish, their par menu soiled from the sod ; Wide and wtine as a sunless ocean, tbe multi ( tude alands, 1 With silent lips, and with piteous eyes, and with praying hands. , V There is nona that speak, and none that stirs In tbe numberless hosts, Like the still white clouds in the starless i.. heavens an army of ghosts ; Slain In the battle soino, with the curses of war in their mouth; Some In wantonness slaughtered ; some strick en ol hunger or drouth. Who will stand for them, who will plead for them, there at the throne? Are they not all God's children, whom Christ claimed as his own? Sinners but nil are sinner, and who can tell their doom? If there be room m hell, yet In heaven is there not room? Like the motes of dust from a sunbeam, when a sudden wind has blown, Like the stars from the presence ol God, when a universe is o'erthrowu, They are gon...

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. — 5 April 1878

Hum and Revelation. Men are olten respected for the courage with which they express their opinion, even when the opinions themselves do not command much respect. This was the case with Brother J aper, ot Virginia, who holds that the sun eoes round the World eyery day t and will it bo denied to Assem blyman Jones, of Oneida, who holds that whisky is not intoxicating P Jasper relics on the Bible and the evidence ot his eyes; Jones on the evidence of his stomach and the parable ot the turkey. Jasper's Bible tells him that the sun rises and his eyes convince him that the world stands still. Jones knows that roast turkey is not 'glut tonous,' while a man may make a glutton ot himself on the flesh of the bird. Whis ky, therefore, he holds, is not intoxicating:, although he admits a man may get drunk on it. As for himself, he takes as much oi it as comes in his way, and yet he cannot get drunk. The popular belief may be the other way. Your meddling scientist has convinced mankind th;it the...

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. — 5 April 1878

IS J Local News. The Illinois ticket was left. ' ' 1 1 ' The railroad fare toSu Loulila now onlv - It wan a rainy and disagreeable election day at Kansas City. t Business almost entirely (impended during voting hours Taesday. The Mendelssohn Quintette'? will be on band next Monday. , : ; . ; . f Binder's bard work did It He pulled Tennle through like a little man Gen. Cockrell his the thanks of the editor's wire and daughters, for kind official favors. John mil, lor the robbery of Mrs. Hill, at Joplin, gets 3 years in the pen. A pavement Is needed on Dish street that will not fly up and bit a fellow In the face. Young fresh water sturgeon g a part of the fro it of the line in the waters of the MUsoun. Sheriff Brockman arrived from Tussnmbia with the Bohemian, Mahle, the child torturer, tor the pen. ' What elected Cartel r The Pen., Sir. Aye, aye, sir, the pen is mistier than the sword." Hawley. The last of the Ferlcleons has surrendered to the blandishments of ofllee. They yet will ...

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. — 5 April 1878

ARE BETTER TIMES AT HASD1 The New York Times submits tho fol lowinz review of the business conditions ol the countiy, which deservethe care ful consideration of every reading man The London Economist, in its issue ol March 9. has one ot those clear and thor ough studies, which has made that journal so valuable, upon the "Commercial Ins lory of 1877.' It tdtnws that a period of commercial distress of unusual length lour Years has been experienced in the United States, (iermanr. Austria, Hun gary, Italy and Great Iiiitain, and for the last year and a hall the same difficulties . have been lelt in France. In all these countries there are two great causes for this depression (1) the lessening means oi consumers, arm (2) over-prouurtion lu certain branches. In Germany, France and this country there was a prodigious destruction ot the means ol consumers by war a result which did not sho itself at once in Germany on account of the pay ment ot the indemnity, and in the United States on acco...

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. — 12 April 1878

ournal 5rf VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO;. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1878; NO. 14 J WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. ' PutoittiA'. Etrety Friday. "V." '.. I- ' V - -r 7 J ) us;.. . . ' I'' Mill : .'! .' A .1 . , f ' X. C. buiicii. ; , ;' i ',: '' ' Terms of SnhMa-tptlon I ' ' l . 8in(tle copies, perycat.. 91.50 A i .1 .. i. r I .. ' m , Clubs of twenty, Pr year 1,00 ff " 'IXVARlAntY IS ADVANCK. TO CASH BUYERS! Great Reductions In Dry Gooda, - . ro "fries and Liquors. Largest stork in lb city nt Wliolrale rui'l retial, DALLMEYEE, CO i v 203 asp 210 East High Street. aua31'77 wly CASH PAID TOR COTJXTItY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAYEN 304 EAST HIGH STREET, II again in the field, and be will always be glad to see his liientU and customer.-. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASH. ' Go c nil -5 eo Him . YCHOICEST GROCERIES, . ( Consistiiiu f , BFST COFFEES. TEAS, fcUGARS. SYRUPS, i. . 3J GLASSES. All kind of Canned. Goods, W incs, Liquors, Ci 1 gars, Tobacco,' &c. ' Choicest of Candies. A ten per cent,...

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. — 12 April 1878

STARS JOURNAL FRIDAY, AVIIIL 12. 187&! Alas, tor fl-i. S'ileld. H democrat , but on the wronir shie. "No Irish need apply," On. Shields, outranked bv Gen. Fiefds. "How d," i the President's remark. But no rclerence is made to the Michigan Senator. The frequent robboriM ot the mails in Texas is made Hie nnbjrt of a proclama tion ot outlawry awainsr all that class of offenders. The amount ot money for the suppor ot pablic schools the ensuing y;r will be about $3,000,000, ar-eording to the State Superintendent's offlee estimates. The p.v.ple l South Wet Missouri aie not satNfled with the schedule of freight rates ou the South West Pacific ( t. L. & S. F ) Railroad. It appears to be re garded, in the classification ot roads, as of a branch ot the Misoui Pacific. Instead of sending missionaries to China. China Is sending missionaries to St. Leuis. Wong Chin Foo Is at work spreading the faith ot Buddha amoi.g the heathen of the Future Great, and conversions are numer ous. St Louis...

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