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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 April 1878

.1:1 Hi 11 News Notes. 2,000 Cubans surrendered in March. ',. Three negroes will hang April 22, In Louisiana. The Washington Post figures out the Democratic majority o! at least twenty in the next house ol representatives. . Queen Victoria has sent the crown dia mond to the French Exposition. The Kohinoor diamond is In the casket, and the total value is 42,U)0,000 lrancs. A lew years ago, in Comanche county, Texas, a number of domestic chickens, deserted by their owner, took to the brush, and the woods are full ol wild chickens. They are numbered by the thousand, fly like hawks, and are bunted as game. At 20 a woman searches lor the trailing arbutus. At 25 she is after how-radish. At SO she digs roots for her blood. Such is gentle spring in the various stages ol the teminine lite. Stewart's new feminine hotel is some what incon,rruv!al, but not altogether so. The pictures show that the clerks are males, but they part their hair in the middle. The cost of building' materials and labo...

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. — 12 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL ITvIDAY, APRIL 12, l7fc. Ijwnl 3Vmvs, A raiDy Oh)- was Moiuluy. United StMcs Circuit Court nrxt Monday. Too much dire throwing in certain localities. The ftuitbud of th's section remain tin scathed. Asparagus In the market lust week from sub u r bun gardens. Look out fornew political combination. Tlie triggers are bring let. The Journal Is alwa)s ;: u t live free dis cussion of all public questions. Captain Wood, of Castle Itock. with his fine lour-in-hand, was In town Saturday. Tlunkstotho enterprise of Geo. Wagner & Sous. We shan't be without our Ice cool beer b3verago the coming summer. The election is over, and everybody, except here and there a defeated candidate, profe-fs to be satisfied with the result. Some exeeutions ware Issued from the county court clerk's onVe Monday, against de liqtient creditor of the township school fund. The Secretary of the Treasury ha a huge hand bill, all about the 4 per cent ban posted up In the 1'ost Office. 1 hose of you who h...

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. — 12 April 1878

-- r --v .ir,...,. 'J-"" ,'ife, . . - . I A time dnst. of Schcnck's Mandrake Pllla is sure to prevent an attack of biliousness, when a shor nogleot of tlio warning symp toms may develop a serious case of fever, either bilious, intermittent or typhoid. Schcnck's Mandrake Pills remove all causes of biliousness, promptly start the secretions f of the liver, and give a healthy' tone to the en tire Vflt.nm Tf ta n st..!!.... ifldnnvanr tn medical science to have found ft harmless cure for this stubborn complaint, which accom , pushes all the results heretofore produced by ft free use of calomel, a mineral justly dreaded by mankind, and acknowledged to be destruct ive in the extreme to tliehumiyu system. That the properties of Certain vegetables comprise all the virtubs of calomol without its injurious qualities, is now an admitted fact, rendered Indisputable by scientific tests. Those who use the Mandrake Pills will be fully satisfied that the best medicines are those provided by nature ...

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. — 12 April 1878

MISSOURI ITEMS. The citizen o( Kiromswkk and Windsor harbor have been carrying on a successful and Interesting ljoeum the pant winter. There are now S92 patienti in the fitate luna tic asylum at Fulton, divided at follows : Males 245; feraalss. 147; total. 802. The health of the patients is unusually good. A German ladr, Mrs. Sohwlnd, near Knox City, was thrown from a wagon by a turn of runaway mules, on the 1st, the wagon passing over her body and killing her almost Instantly. Accordion to the New Century, two Putnam ounty neighbors have just concluded a law suit that grew out of the refusal of one to pay for a quart of buttermilk bougnt from the other. The costs amounted to several hundred dollars. The protracted raeetiug at the Cumberland Presbyterian church in Louisiana has been crowned with considerable success ; up to Tues day night some twenty-five persons had united with the church. Mr. Schwaner, of Pilot Knob, had an ualy mishap last Saturday night. He bad been out Visiting...

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. — 12 April 1878

Local News. ' Texas strawberrlos ripe. 1 he Madison Bouse Is to reopen. Homes for the Million Id the Osage tmIIpj. Inquiries lor xood farms for rent received st this office. ' Six per cent, per annum is enough for the use of money. Dr. Shannon Is peisonalizrd by the South west press. Captain Wood's floe four in band was on the streets Thursday. A few excellent building sites offered for, sale. Inquire at Journal Office. The Journal's exhibit of tbe!16th section should be preserved for reference. Col. Stephens, of Boonvllle, left New York with bis family for Europe the 11th Inst. Col. Learning has been elected assignee of Col. Levi Dixon's bankrupt estate. Waters & Wtnslow are retained to defend Courtrighl's big lawsuit against Jim. Burns. An Urbana, Ills., court sends Chapman, the land title swindler, to the penitentiary for twenty years. Gen. Hardirg couuted the ties on the rail road to Scolt'a and injected the bridge there Thursday. The Steamer Cbappell is on a yoyaste to War ...

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. — 12 April 1878

A Charming Moon-Worshipper." I stood off at tbe side of tlio room, and watched the throng awhile. The dim lamp-light niacin the tigurcs weird. , They one by ooo advanced and put their eyes to the sight-piece ol the tube, no bigg ur than an opera-glass. The focused eplendor of the moon shone in wavering little patches the size ol 5-cent pieces on their laces, un til they tot the hang ot Dhe ghiis, Then it settled down lull Into tho eyeball. The eye was kept a lew inches trom the opening, and the whole concentrated light, thrown in the eye of the observer, pave, to a looker-on, a strange Impression as ot trlaring eyeballs ol wild beasts. Some of tho eyes thus lighted were young and bright; some old and dim ; some had known tears ; some only looked upon life's fairest scenes. Oue by one they filed up in shadow ; one by one their laces went under the lens; one by nnn thpir pvps irwf. full ttin eunrntiinnp glance of tho moon ; then thev passed into tho shadow arid out nt tho door. One br...

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. — 19 April 1878

rill I lie ale o.urnal. VOL. 6. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, APRIL 19.1878. NO. 15 v.- WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Published Every Friiar by N. C. BURCH. Term, of Subscription! Single copies, per year..... $1.50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year.. 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. TO CASH BUYERS! Great Reductions io Dry Goods, Groceries and Liquors. Largest stock hi th city at Wholesale and retial, DALLMEYEK 1 CO 208 and 210 East High Stkeet. auc31'"7 wly CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAVEN 301 EAfcT HIGH STREET, Is again In tie field, and be will always be Kind to see bis friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASn. Go and See Him. - You will And a full stock of the YCUOJLEST GROCERIES, Consisting of BEST COFFEES. TEAS, SUGARS, SYRUPS, MOLASSES. All kind of Canned Goods, Wines, Liquors, Ci 1 gars, Tobacco, &c. Choicest of Candies. A ten per cent, packnge will be jjelivered as cheerfully as a $50 purchase. "Fair and Honorable Dealing,...

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. — 19 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY, APU1L 19, 1876. n es umptios m:s umbs. (J old 100 1-4 j a Chicago bank udver tiscs that it will pay gold for all its notes presented at its counter; a Now York oanK is paying out gold in sums ot not over $500 ; such is the news in financial circles. At lsst we hare a currency which i.1 what it purports to be the equivalent of money. The nation's promise to pay a dollar is at last worth a dollar. That Is to say, giecnbniks ate it par with go over eight months before the date, fixed upon by the government for their pay ment in gold. The country now has a sound currency, and commercial exchanges are on an unvarying basis. With a return to a Bpecio standard a revival ol the industries of the country becomes possible; and a marked improvement may be expected during the coming fall. The constant drain upon tho profit of the producer which a fluctu ating currency has entailed, has been ruinous in the extreme; and none the less ruinous because it was one which the aver...

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. — 19 April 1878

State Journal TELA ! LAW EDITION. FRIDAY. AP1UL 19. 1878. MODBRLY MACHINE SHOP BONDS. An JLct Authorizing them on tho As ent of a Majority vote Un constitutional. U. S. Circuit Court, Western District of Missouri, April term, 1878. ViUl Jarrott vs. City of Moberly. TnU it t n action upon coupons from bonds issued by the defendant. The bonds, styled "Moberly Machine Shop Bonds," are dated May 1, 1872, and contain tbe recitals herein after appearing. They were issued under the act of March 18, 1870, (Laws 1870, p. 103,) entitled "An act to authorize cities and towns to purchase lands, and to donate, lease or sell tbe same to railroad companies," and the bonda recite this act as tbe authority for their issue, and, also, that at the election 228 Totes were cast in favor of tbe proposition, and only one vote was cast'against it. Tbe defendant demurred to tbe petition, on the ground that the Act of Marcb 18, 1870, under which the bonds were issued, was unconsti tutional. John D. Stevenson...

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. — 19 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1878. Many fine homes for :owelody in the oir;e vallty. Wheat la heading out t'ti Tir.ie of the farm In this vicinity. Gold down to l(Mi siieiie resumption, in s;.iie ol Centre?-. Five per cent, net U a s "'! enough yield for stiy Investment. Messrs. Pallinoyt-r Ci.. ae in receipt of a cr load of coal oil. John T. Clark, Alderman First Ward, I as lcturned home with his 10. (XO mujority. GfMiss Fannie Dotidiis. the hpaiitiful and ac complished daughter of Git.. Douglas ,of Col umbia, is visiting with Mis Nellie rage. Atlanta people are wearing 1 inen coats and straw hats, sas t lie St. Lout Journal. It that ail? New I.rn t'ttc county (compromise) bonus a -e quoted al To ceiiis iu St. Louis, w iih a huU per cent, commission for sailing. Messrs. B. F. Gledhlll. C hris. Wagner and 8. Vetsberg,' of Jefferson City, registered at he Versailles ILu-.e this week. Gazette. Business must be improving at Ziminerman'h Rroccry store, he is out wiih a new delivery w...

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. — 19 April 1878

' 1 ' , " T S TVOcmES. , ; : :! ; Side by tide rise (be two great cities. Afar op tie traveler's tight; One, black with the dust of labor, . . Oneilolfibulj itlll ml white. (J t i. Apart, nd yet together, v. a ' They are reached In a dying breath, But river flows between them, And the river's uame fa death. Apart; and yet together, Together, and yet apart. As the chlid may die at midnight On the mother's living heart. So close come the two great cities, With only tbe river between , And tbe grass In tbe one is trampled, But tbo grass In the other is green. ': j.- -'' The hills with uncovered forehead, Like the disciples meet. '" While ever the flowing water ' Is Washing tbeir hallowed feet. And out on tbe glassy ocean, The sails tn tbe golden gloom :,; Seem to me but moving shudows Of tbe white enmarblod tomb. Anon, from the but find the palace, Anon, from early till lato, ....., 'Z They come, rich and poor together, Asking alms at thy licauttful gate. And never bad life a guerdon, ...

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. — 19 April 1878

PItlORITY OP DEBTS DUE TUB UNITED STATES, "When They are not Prior Linns. United States xs. Charles B. Wilkinson and the Bank of St. Joseph. No. 840. BY KBEKKL, JUDGE. This is a bill filed by the United States against Charles B. Wilkinson and the Bank ol St. Joseph alleging that said Wil kinson, from 1872 to 1875, was Internal Revenue collector tor the sixth collection district of Missouri, that as such collector he became indebted to the United States in the sum of 8,357.31 dollars, that the United States on the 30lh March, 1876, re covered judgment lor said amount which judgment remains unsatisfied; that in September, 1875, said Wilkinson was the owner of a large amount of property ('de scribed in the bill), that about the date last aforesaid he tied the country, that the Bank of St. Joseph instituted suit by at tachment in the State court attaching all the property ot said Wilkinson and gar nishing his debtors, that under the judg ment obtained said Bank ol St. Joseph sold all of...

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. — 19 April 1878

(Concluded from second page.) pursuance of the first section of "an act to facilitate the construction of railroads in the State of Missouri," approved March 23d, 1868, the following order was made dj me county court of l'latte county : "It Is ordered by the court, that the Toters of Weston township bv a rote ol over two-thirds of the qualified toters of said township, having on the 2d day of July, 1872, voted a subscription of $60.- UUU to the Missouri and Iowa railroad company, therefore the presiding jostice of this court, Thomas II. Talbott, is or dered to sign said bonds and coupons In the name of Flatte county, for and on the part ol Weston towuship, and the clerk of this court fs ordered to attest toe same and attach the seal of the court. The bonds to be of the denomination of $1,000 each. due 20 years after date, with interest coo pons attached, payable semi-annually at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, at the American hxebange National Bank, in the city of Mew York, in ...

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. — 19 April 1878

HIE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL The Report of the Special Commls-sion-The strength of the Com-pany-The Duty of Those who Would Insure. It is logul and customary fur ench and all the insurance corporations ol the coun try, nt stated seasons, to be examined by a Mate Commissioner and his deputies. For reasons by it considered valid, the Legislature of the State ot Connelicut in the spring ol 1377 appointed and author ized a special commission, consisting ol three person?, whose utter dutv it should be to Investigate and examine the life in surance companies ot that State. . Th deligenco ' ol the Commlssoners deserves well at the hands of the appoint ing body The severity ol inquiry has boea in accordance with the spirit "of in struction. It was a determined thing upon the part of the Legislature that verifica tion or denial of th statements of the re spective companies should be absolute. The report of this State special commission was made to the General Assembly ot Connecticut on the last da...

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. — 26 April 1878

t tie ourna JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1878. NO. 16 81 JL i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Published. Every Friday N. C. BUECII. Terms of Subscription: 'Single copies, per year.... $1.50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. TO CASH BUYERS! Great Reductions in Dry Goods, Groceries and Liquors. Largest stoek in th city at Wholesale and. retial, D ALLME YE R I CO 20S and 210 East IIic.ii Stuekt. auol77 wly CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T. CRAVEN GOi EAfeT HIGH STREET, Is again in the field, and lie will always be glad to see his friends and customers. GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, FOR CASn. Go end Bee Him. You will lind a full stock of the YCHOIt'KST GttOCEKIES, Consisting ot BFST COFFEES, .TEAS, SUGARS, SYRUPS, MOLASSKS. gars, Tobaeeo, &e. Choicest of Candies. A ten per crnt. package will be delivered as cheerfully as a 50 purchase. "Fair and Honorable Dealing," is niy motto. tf. A. J. Shockley, DEALER IN Hardware, 11 ...

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. — 26 April 1878

STATU JOURNAL Ft!! DAY, AIT.1L 2i'.. 1878. lion. Wiu. Oi-tiii, l'rcsidctit ol ll;e Western L'iii'Mi Trli.ri:M'!i Company, in dead. Senatov B'aine fl'tr a timely nsolu t ion that any radical change in our tarilV laws is inopportune and inexpedient. Sam. .1. 1 ilden will not hu a candidate for Conk! in's ph-.ce. in tiio United States Senate so lie informs an interviewer. Considerable crookedness is being de veloped in tlio a IT airs it several heavy manufacturing cMporaiions ct Massachu setts. The St. Louis bar, in a meeting ou Mortlay, adopted nn eh quent memorial in cuk";y of the late .7. N. Litton. 11" was a gentleman .worthy of all honor. Il.un, tho fexus land tiulo torpor pro poses to "mow" iho is given a chance, lie will mak'j right a Croat many ' ogus titles, which ho says have prevailed against genuine ones. Judging Irotn tin: reports at hand of the proceedings of Congress, the House on yesteiday morning took up and disposed cf the bill of the Scr.ate to repeal the bank rupt l...

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. — 26 April 1878

Industrial Notts, Thirty miles of Mie Toledo and Ann Ar bor railroad have been completed. Cliuns were sold nt Newber, N. C, last week at iorty cents per bushel. All tho rational banks in Columbus, O., declare their readiness to resume specie payments. Six thousand live chickens wore shipped from Knoxville, Tenn;, ihe oihev day to New York. There was no foundation for the report that the archbishop of Mexico had been made a cardinal. The number of hos packed in tho West Jnst winter was 6,505,0(.'O, a gain ot 1,101, 0J0 over the orevious rear. A child was killed a few days ago i.i the church of San Jose, Mexico, by llio tall ing of a holy water fount. Tho grand jury of Chickasaw county, la., has i,ndicted all the drug stores of Hamilton for selling liquor. Hon. "Benont S. Fuller, congressman of the first Indiana district, declines to bo a candidate for re-election. Out of two thousand five hundred cases ot measels reported in Montgomery, Ala., not a single death has occurred. There is...

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. — 26 April 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY, AFRIL 2fi, 1878. l.OCnl Ji'l'WS. Tlio sun sliiiK h, bin) the .rain ripi-u. One nrrtyhl fioiu Km ope In llic past week. Col. J. I',. Trice li ft for St. Louis by the Loon train J!..i,'t,. . Col. (iporae (). Vest Ik Wiled for a .speech at CUillicotlie i n Saturday, 27ih Inst. The re-pair tiittl nliMlnsc of t lie MiuINon House Is Kfin rapidly forward. Louis C Lohtaiiti is on a trip to St. Louis. New goods will uilow hi return. Hons. Frank I.nmHr and C. II. Todd, of Miller, ennii' over fic in Tiist-ur.ibiu Monday. Our thm I k lo Senior Arwtronsr for viu:i Lie public doi'iiiiicnts. Dr. Davison H-ljjviiia the Madison Il i't eiven a new out of p.iint, inside and out. TheMismmi river 's n -Ins rap'dly. At the inouih ol thi' Ou:;e f, in- f, et I reported. All wool fluiel su is l.irfJIO at J..ke Cn k'. ruuu's. april 10 w t f Beetle r :;s lie wat uln-p when he passed through .Ielliion ncintlv. So was the city. i Master Jutues II. Lny. celebrated his seventh J birthday on ...

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. — 26 April 1878

THE EXPLORER. Ll'CRKCK. Out of the unknown Into the known, From l lie infinite sea to the sea of time Cometh a voyager, nail iug alone, Steering with confidence all sublime Straight to the lttud of joy and rent ; H The tronlc lln nf nU mnthnr'a hrpusf.. Little he cares whether ball or cot Sholtcr his shallop from wind and wet ; Cotton or velvet, he heedeth not Peasant or lord they are nothing yet ! Crown fur head and scepter for hand Are toys and playthings In baby-Inud. Oh, but he finds out wonderful things! The dome ot his cradle nigh and wide; The drowsy sense when the mother sings; The swinging ebb of the outward tide, Which somewhere underneath him seems To drift him Into the la ad of dreams 1 Then Wide awake, from the distant dim In far, mysterious realms of space, A soft, bright moon doth rise for him : The tender round of his mother's tiee. In this wide world finds he charm on c'viim. Ashe rides round the room on his 1.. other's arm Smiles and tears in your bonny eyes, Shine...

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. — 26 April 1878

MRS. FERGUSON'S CONFESSION. A Harrowing Tale for Tilton to Read. Tbo Fergusons wore a very happy tumi- jy nir several years ami until n number ol children hiul grown up around them. One day the wile, Klizabeth by nanio. who liau crown stout and tinwioldv. and soma what prepossessing withal, sat suddenly uown in a minor large rocking-dimr, nnd burst both the amis nil tiio suim-i. The husband heard the noiso and camo rush ing in. "Hah!" he exclaimed, with lino rush ot genius to his classic head, "this looks suspicious. I ell mo, Madame, wiiero 13 the man P" The Madame pre -,11. 1 1. 4 . lusiuu inai sue iiaun i seen a man in six months, at the same time looking Mr I erguson lull in the lace. "Hut 1 insist," remarked the gentlemen, "that this is what might bo called too thin. See! meisuro mis cnaiv ana l Una that your amphtudejdoes not fill it more than com- lunauiu. an jar irom ui'taciiing these arms in an effort to sit down, you niijiht easily have risen, with your hands folded in lio...

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