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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 17 April 1874

t The State Journal FRIDAY.' APRIL 17. 1874. , T1I13 MODEUN CltUSADK. "Women nnd "Wlilsky A. new Ver sion of "Father eomo Homo" Harry Hill and tlie Crusaders. , , Tho women of New York idenlilled with thH war on the saloons of that preiit -criry huve, for llio past six weeks, made the somewhat notorious saloon of the mora notorious Harry Hill, the citadel of their strength whence to (orgo and hurl their thunderbolts against the grent in iquity the sale of "that dark beverage ot hell, brewed by human njroncy." Harry 1ms presided at their nicelinjrs to usu'hU own inelegant but epre.ssive language "just to gie the old gnU a cliaiiee, ' nnd they have written him sever al touching letters on the subject of tem perance. They take kindly toward him because ho has the good taste to keep 119 near the .Scriptures as possible in his in structions to liis disciples, which are found hanging around his saloon in conspicuous places, as lollows : 1. Blessed are the poor in spirit, for in my house t...

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. — 17 April 1874

FRIDAY, Al'RIL 17. 1874.. LGCAL NEWS. April showers bring Mny flower. TIm telegraph oMc at California was burned Tuesday night. Mcnl ua (tone up 1 cents ulwve r market rcpert t the mills. Tlie State Sledlcal Convention wlll meet Ht Sedulia next Tuesday. Tlio boys stoned the steam calliope of tlie Great Eastern Circus la St. Lsiui. Measles prevail at Otlervlllo miJ Cnliforula, carrying off quite a number of children. Tlie Coleman Sisters not of the Granger though are eoiuiug through the rye fruiu St. Louis. . - A good warm rain fell SuuJay night, aud at a consequence the preen grass is growing all arottml. We are glad to we our Moile "waking up." Business Is Increasing, ami "everything is iovclv." Mrs. Crawlnnl and Miss LiHlau lcatv on the 22 J instant fur New Orleans on tin! steamer Belle Lee. Rev. Father Harmon, the Catholic ytret nt Tiiton, is lying dsugcrously ill at his residence in that place. The Sodaliu Democrat says that . K. Kus huH, the popular comedian, has ina-lc Scdalia...

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. — 17 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1874. DOCKET. United States Clrcnlt Court, West ern District of Missouri, April Term, 1874. TRIAL CASES Criminal. CEfrletTu'yrrTIie United Slates : Violation 2it : t : or B. F. Tavlor. ! Rev. Law do : do : do 213 : vd : ! Baldwin 8tovens. : do : do : do 218 : y : ; J C Richards. ! do : do : . 219 : v : do : John Clanton, I do : do : 225 ; v I do ; L L Hauler. : do : do : 233 : vs : do ; BenJ Fore. : do : do : 234 I vs ! do : E M Newman. : do : do : 235 : vh I do ; Henry Blank. : TRIAL CASES Law. Snoildy : : and I : Infrlnge- Brldgcs : Jus W Chapman : tnont of 2 : vs '. Putent. rhillipsftVest : Wm K. Russell. : Williams and: : Clanlv I Howard Bartholow : Ejectment 4 : v : ; John Alson. : District Att'y. : The United State : 7 : v : Penalty. Kinn ft Bro. : Calvin Moore. : Johnson and : W P Klauner et al : Botsford : : Ejectment EwingftSmith j John Hyer. j Pratt. Rock- : Eldridge G Allen : well Ferry. : I li : vh : Borcman ft : I Mitchell. I James I...

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. — 17 April 1874

UJULft. The State Jouriiall ; -miMYn Amir. ls-;'';';;:',: Base ballWs arc bulling nil over the land. Travel Kwipldly lirah.tt-n tb Missouri Paridui.., f i -,i i .. h c ; ' wheat prospects hi ililitK't.ntlJuiSiiis eouV) ties excellent., . ; .. Letticels ' plentiful in fhfl markets. Young radishes and onions urn lxury. ; It U mV rank, nor birto, nor Mute, but get-up-ainl-sl that ninkeeh great. ( Wc hear that ever se ninny million of brio 'are to bo made t the prison this summer. Wo ait lnd .btcfl to Superintendent Moutcitli fdr pamphlet copy of the amended school laW. Wc learn from Pullno tlmt Schntor StrothcT lms entirely recovered from his recent seffcrc Blues, i .. i ' A company Is about to-be organized atrUan sns City to make Hour burials , out of paper. What next?' ' ' ' ' 1 ' . ' ' ' ', Hon. Squire Tin ner.' the Into member Horn - old Boone," has been elected a inembor tf the town ccuneil uf Cbliunbia. The teachers of the State are promised cheap excursion rates to the Ea-t the ...

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. — 24 April 1874

1 B'mrrovi j.a ri'ni" ! ' f r ; i- ., .'" ' .' r..;li. . JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1874. NO. 18. J ouriial. L.nr : . ' . t i ' . btate ' ' - . : ' : i Publialul Every Friday ur N. 0. BURCII. .11.... .V Trrnii of Subscription i Single copies, per ym.'..'.iW..'..'...i.... CI 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 IMVAIIIAIILY IN ADVANCK. .. - ; r. C. W. lOHMAN, (Successor to W. II. Morlock.) JEFKKRSON CITY. MISSOURI. . . r, . i . - ' TlIK uttmitiou or the public Is called to Ills tine. styc.k of Dry lioods, Groceries, Hard ware and Notions, Hoots ami Shoes. Hats mid Caps. c. Highest market price until for Tarm uroduuei "' Iaa.in-.WIT Busch. & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main mid Jefferson Sts . . .' . i ' ' "' ,Tef:rson City, Missouri. ALAUGE STOCK OK ALI, KINDS OF Lumber of u Superior (JuiiUty. Alwnvs on hand, nud for Sale, at Hie Cheap est Hate's. '' ' r' ' Uec.27.7Mv MADISON HOTEL," li. II. McCAKTY '& OX, Prop'r '. Main ami MadisonS...

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. — 24 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 24. 1874. Carthage It to hare a Door, Saali Blind Factory. and Springfield, Mo., in about to build a new $2,000 market house. Corn is CO cents per busl.el and hay $8 per ton in Schayler county. Clark county is in trouble about the is sue of emue mere railroad bonds, it ap pears. Mining operations at Joplin have been suspended on the bottoms by the recent rains. Another deposit of coal ha been found in Osage county , a mile and a half went of Medora. Col. John W. Llsenby has been elected and inaugurated Mayor oi Springfield, Missouri. . It is proposed in Virginia to secure to married women all the property acquired by them before or alter marriage. A sea-gull, shot near Cuba, in Crawford county, measured four feet ten inches from the tips of its wings, says the Crawlord Express. Six sheriffs' sales and seven mortgage sales are advertised to come off at Bolivar, in Polk county, during the last week of this month. Prairie and Salt River townships ot Sch...

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. — 24 April 1874

The State Journal. ' ' FRIDAY, APRIL 84." 1874 RATES , OF . ADVERTISING. One square, unn week " ciieli additional week.... ' throe months-.... '.. " . six months ' ' oiio your One-fourth column, three months.... " , " nix months " " one rem $1 00 50 ' fl 00 II 00 12 00 18 on 25 00 ifct 00 Oiio-linlf ctilnTnTT.-thTTTTtmimnjr... 3A 0(1 " 'V t -Ax tJOOIlths.w 4.1 00 " ' imo ycur. ... 70 oo One column, six months 70 00 " on venr..... .". 125 00 United State Circuit Court Proceedings. MoNfUv, April 20. 1871. Court met tit 10 .. M. Present Judges Dillon und Krekcl. Messrs. Memlor, Cooper nnd Crbun were sworn in us haililfs. Messrs. I). A. 3lc3I Man. Lewis McKinnry Warwick lloimli nnd I.. C. Puce were udinittcd to sign tin roll us iitlorneys. District Attorney Hotsford Tiled c unite in formation on bchnlfof the I'liitril Slmes against 1!. F. Taylor. Italdwin Stevens. J. C. Hichurds, John Clnnton, 1. I.. Hauler. Iteni. Fore, K. M. Xcwmnii. IlclirV Hlauk nnd Troitttnmi for violation ol'thu r...

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. — 24 April 1874

THe State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, on week $1 00 " each additional week M " thrae month 00 " six month... too " on year... 13 00 One-fourth column, three month 18 00 " " tlx months St 00 " " one year M 00 One-half column, three month U 00 " tlx month 4A 00 one year 70 00 One column, lx month 70 00 " one Tear 138 00 The Potosi 'independent says that lion. Thomas Holladay, ot Madison county, is a candidate for State Auditor. Tli? Senate Cumniittce on Territories lias decided to recommend the confirma tion of McCook as Governor of Colorndo. Hon Willitttn B. Washburn, Governor of Massachusetts, was, on Friday last, elected by the Legislature of that State to fill the vacancy iu the United States Sen ate, occasioned by the death of Charles Sumner. The Pension Committee of the lower house of Congress have decided to rcpur- lavorably on Judge Parker's bill providing pensions for the survivors and the widows and orphans of the militia massacred at Ce...

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. — 24 April 1874

v The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 84. 1874. TDK MAIDBN AMD jtllK MIT." : i Alllylnthepnlenitrtw,. ! , , Ainfil tho thyme aad clover, r.- , So fairer Mv ever blew, - A Search all the wMe world over. It beauty passed tnto my heart , I know 'twM very silly But I dm then foolish maid, And l- perfect Illy. One days learned man came by, With vcars of knowledge laden, And him I euestloied with sigh, Like any foolish maiden ? ' ' " Wise sir, please tell me wherein lie 1 know the question' silly The something tint my art defies, And makes a perfect lily." He smiled, and bendlag placked the nower. Then tore it, tear and petal, Aad talked to me for full an hour, And thought the point to settle ; Therein It lies," at length he cries; And I 1 know 'twas silly Could only weep aad say. " But where O, doctor, wlwre's my lilyf" John Fraer, in April Scribner't. JHK MEADOW LARK. IBRKKLKY, KKIIRIURY 23, 184. Trill, happy lurk, thy brief, sweet lay, From out a breast as brown As were the hills in autum...

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. — 24 April 1874

The State Journal; " ' FlUDAY; APRIL ,174. LOOM. NEWS. Mid. Wclgel, Secretary or StWc;, left (br New Vrk last week. ' The session of thvt L'mtcil Suites Clrcwlv Court pvowlses to ho a Miortonc.,,, , , , ,. , ,j-i: !r. Hull 'doesn't want to be' tinvi-ritoK Neither tloc Column.- Atom!' ' I . i . f : i ' ' Geo. Cuvers,if California, loinwvly of this vity, Is down witli the Wrmlo. Counterfeit llfty wt notes cif ilic new Issue arc lu circulation. Lk out for them. A letter i held for postage at tli St. .loser! post office fr " .Tew Toltln. .Vfterson City.' Tht gret revivaliM, Humms-ml, will go to flio lirltlc ccst after completing his work In Mis ourl. i The people who jrave up gardening a. few days ag in despair may reconsider their tot ion and go to work taiii. Eld f 'James VI. Tennin, hit Chnrfciln of the House (if Rfprrvntattves, will begin n pro traetef. meeting nt the 'Cr.urt House tn Utitlor. Ilatos countv,7tcxt Sumli y. Mr, K.-fi. Cooper ami family will k-ave this eity about Ihe m...

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. — 24 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1874. Newa Notes. Nashviljo owes $1,000,000. . Alabama elects 780 officers In November next. Augusta, Gi., Is organizing a cremation club. Key West has captured a 700-pound green turtle. Maple sugar parties are numerous and popular iu Vermont. In Charlotte, N. C, 24 white children re apprenticed to negro masters. China has streets paved with granite blocks laid over 800 years ago, and as good as new. The contractors are dead. San Antonio, Texas, has 1.000 Ameri cans out of a population of 7,000. The rest are Spaniards. 4.000 : negroes, 2, 000. Iowa boasts a dozen newspapers con ducted by lady editors, not to mention several flourishing sewing societies. The new government of the Sandwich Islands is probably the best government in the world. It is composed almost ex clusively ol editors. Thure were 12,864 patents issued last year ; and though many of them ' were worthless, and many of minor value, the aggregate benefit is incalculable. Science see...

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. — 24 April 1874

Tho State Journal. LOCAL NEWS. ('.. 3 u J i v t ; v ' . u . i v w a.' This I Hie last oyster month nf lliu season. We tnkc our on the half shell. ' The farmer everywhere in these part aru Jabllunt over the magnificent wheat prospect of this sortie oT the Stnto, ,"( . Lleut.-O.dvomov Johnson will deliver lira powerful lecture on " lnriir - in this city soon lor tlic benefit, r the Public School Library. ' ' . Strangers tell u that the business of till city i brik In -comparison with the tide nf Fulton, Mexico, i'eluuibia, Bounville ami other inland towns. ' Thq pritntinry passed -from the handtr of tfie ''farmer leWes, Messrs. Terry f'o., to those of Ihe St. LuuU Manufacturing Co. See nortec elsewhere. i" T The, MuMtlkfini tf California,, Mo.. fs'lsW). Tnx-pnyrrs, 3:!4; number between the ages of .uindlo. o.;l, viz. ; e.tles, whire, 251; fcinr.lc.-i, while, ;!; mull, -colored, 29; females, col oreca,T7. V- ' ' ' 1 - ' ' The ii'-t'rariim;s -of the Atlantic ami Pacific Rnilway Compiitf...

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 May 1874

rhe State Journal VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1874. NO. 19. Putlisiol Every Friday 11V n. c. nuncii. Terms of Sutmcrlplloll I Single copies, per ycui C'lubn of ten icr year Club of twenty, per ycur INVAItlAHLY IN ANVANTK. $1 AO 1 2S 1 00 h C. W. LOHMAN, (Suucemsor to W. H. Moi'lock.) .IKFKKKSOX CITY. MlSSOTttl. THH attention or the )mbllc In calk'il to Ills lino mock ol Dry Hoods. (Sroccries. Hard wuro uml Notions. Hoots iinil shoes. Hats mill Cups. o. Highest mnrki't prlco paid for farm produce. a.H-,"lly Buscli & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main unci Jefferson Sis .TeftWson City, MiMiouii. LATKJE STOCK OK ALT. KINDS OF Lumber of b Superior Quality. A Always on Imml, ami tor Sales at the Cheap est Kates. dec.2.i2-lv MADISON HOTEL, M. H.McCAlJTY & ON, Prop'rc. Main and Madison Sts., Jefferson City, Missour. THIS NF.W liOTEL HAS BEEN F17U nished in nve;'V Department in n first class mrnncr. it litis uncqualcd accommodations. Tlio traveling public can...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 1.1871. The imperial straw works ut St. Pe tersboro1, C. K.t were burn ml tnst Monday night. Loss thirty thousand dollar. Cnpt. It. II. Newman, cx-sheriff of Conner county, ami Into mayor of Boon- ville, dicil of apoplexy on Sunday last In tho 39th year of his age. Ohadiah Howe ii, congressman from the Second district ol New York in 18.1!), coiiiinittt'tl suicide at a hotel on Slatcn Inland, lust Mouihiy night. Parties in St. Louis, in positions to know the facts in the ease, say tins report that Senator Sehurz will take editorial chargo of a German newspaper in Xew York, after the expiration of l is term, is not true. mmm Over ij!2,(HH worth of provision were shipped from Cincinnati last Tuesday for the benefit of tho Louisiana sufferers. This is tlie first shipment, and was pur chased l)V the relict committee of the chamber of commerce. The Xew York World says, "Dr. Dan iel Head has held the Presidency of the Missouri Mate I Diversity lor halt a cen ...

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 May 1874

(Continued from O'.li page.)' Kffclhnfl', i. 1C. Judgment of lower court nf Armed. No. 228 Sumo v. Hrcinoiit. Affirmed. No.220 Snme vs. Henry Tobenor. Affirmed. No. 239 AV. If. Forsyth vs. Ifcido county. Continued. f No. 2W A. IluiJukniirr vs. Macon county. Motion to rclortn unwrr withdrawn. :md reply to auswer filed. No. STjO J. A. Fudier vs. Phelps county. Reply wltlidniwn mid continued at vox- of de fendant. No. 2.13 John Llndcnsdimlt vs. Culliiwiiy county. Motion for a new triiil tiled und con tinued by consent. No. 2,Vi James F. Shores vs. Denton county. Demurrer to answer witlidn'.wn. Leave to re ply given. No. 243 J. II. AVj att et l. vs. Russell Ilieks ct nl. continued. No. SO Tile (Joodycnr Dental Vulcanic Com pany et nl. vs. Stanton !. Urtulbnry. Injunc tion continued in forco and cause continued. No. 82 James E. Craven. Same as No. 80. No. 83 Robert .1. Cunningham. Continued. No. 81 (ieorgo V. Kly. Continued. No. 41 Wilton T. Feazel. Continued. No. 43 James K. MeCabe. Con...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1874. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week " each additional week- ' thrac months six montlii " one vear One-fourth column, throe months. " " nix months.. " " on yenr.... Onc-lmlf column, three months. .. " " six months... " ' one year...,. One column, six nvmth ouc vcar $1 00 60 6 00 9 00 13 00 18 00 25 00 M 00 3.-1 00 45 00 TO 00 70 00 12ft 00 Kggs eight cents n dozen in Miami. W. A. M. Vnughan proposes to erect an elevator in Kansas City. An attempt was recently mndo In hum the postotliee at Uiclimond. Tlie tobacco factories in Keytcsvitle are kept quite lively receiving tobacco. It is hoped that the last snow storm may have caught the chinch-bug out in the cold. Silas M. Kegan, of Marion county, cut his throat with a razor during a fit of in sanity. Shelbiua is soon to have another bank, a safe and other fixtures having been pur chased for the same. In Hay county corn is selling nt $3 per barrel, and if this weather continues it will be hi...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FIIIDAY. MAY 1. 1874. GRANDMOTHER'S FADED FLOWER. "Oil, grandmother dour, tnasqneriidp ball, A bull, I tlo declare! I'll robe myself rich In costume of old, In n train trod powdered Imlr." And n beautiful girl of sixteen yearn Knelt bv her grandmother's eliest, ' While that stately dHine in high-backed chair, Smiled at each timely jest. Brocade anl silk and sntins antiiiuo Were strewn in confusion rare Itouud tin? lair young girl, with diamond and pearl. . . , She wound In her bright brown hnir. 'What's this what's this? she Jestingly cried, Holding high a Taded flower; "Whv treasure it here, my grandmother deal , With relics or bridal dower I" 'Mt child, it Is dearer far to mo Than silk, or satin, or pearl : For it 'minds me well of vanished hours, Of hours when I was a girl. "Av, well I remember the day lan syne," When niT first love, last lovegone Came to mv side with this then fresh flower; Twas a beautiful spring-like morn. "'But he's gone before yes many a y...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1871. local Mny-Dav. lluek Beer. i Circuit Court Monday, May ltli. . ! ..( Severn! new hoii-cs are building lu. Milsuly. AVliiioping uoith Is still prevalent In tin1 city. Tlic War Claims ommi-sloii convenes to-dny. Travel In becoming iu r- b:lk on the Paeitb r.oml. Yesterday was tin' warm, si tiny of the season so far. Euirouo Field Mini wife ii it vl-iting friends In SI. Joseph. Tim radlic Railroad Company bus aid steel rails nt tin; depot. Vineyards in tlii-t vicinity mi) reported In a flourishing iMiiuliiiciii. No damage '"lit ,llls resulted from cold weather in till section. Louis I.ohiuaii, accidentally, shot several .wctk.i.nsi, Is recovering, ami will soon be out. I ' ' ;Thci new! warehouse now building by the lo s of tlio Penitentiary Will be 100x44 feet in dimensions. The Supreme Court bas ' decided a decision" i good. For particulars we S!. Louis Keening ..oHrmf,2IJ.1i. From a private letter Just received we learn that Col. Pat Doiian wil...

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 May 1874

Tho State Journal. lUIDAV, MAY 1. 1874. Tho mullierry flowers cnmo drooping down Sweet over Hie two that Mood together, rarting there bv the gateway brown, , Still una n(l In the soft Mny weather: Hh eld her close for H lt long kiss: "I'll wult for toil dear." ahe oaul, foreveri n Inter hour h(ih1I be false ta this; For mine In love that can nller never!" The mulberry flower droop down once moro Sweet over the two that Ntund together; But not tlie two that stood before, Parting in the aoft May weather! For Hie rvrih has changed its bloom ngnin. And Uik tuve hit changed that could niter newer. Hut a ver ha rotne and pone since then ! And flmt is the length of u girl" forever. IX MY 1IKSK, "Only Home fathered flowers," ' Plucked when the sun wns shining. When our garden knew no nhowers, Or vouth knew no repining; Milked through yearn of those dream-spent hour Of Hope on Love reclining. "Only a woman' hair;" When sedges brown were blowing, Thi very tress ynu gave ine there Adnwn the ri...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 1. 171. LftCAIi XI3AVS. Change c,r time on tho Pa-ifir. Mn'.l train from tlio Went arrive at 12 :1" M. Postal money order issued for week 'tulinc April .: l.204.5o. Paid. :w.7. "Now I the wlntrrnroiirdiscoiitcni.' only forty-nine candidate to till Governor Woodson's Ikion ! Gentlemen, won't some of y decline sunt full off? For the next six or wtjflit month Hut people urn to be driven utmost to the verge of despair over the oft-recurring !ie '"!' ,,r ,,1P Lout pre. Col. DbvM Branson, formerly or St. Loni. mill one of the founder or tlie l.lnenln lntiln)e iu this city, I n candidate for Congress in the First district of Pennsylvania. Mrs. AnAfp Kwing 1s purchased t,,u brick house on Miiin street, lately built by J wise William C. Young. Trice paid. 4,W0. The loth-i a frontage of tliirty-ix mid u half feet on Main street. The teachers and scholars of the Episcopal Sunday School are requested to meet next Sun day morning at o'clock to reorganize. All who T...

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