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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 May 1874

fi-.' VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1874. NO. 21. The State Journal Published Every Friday BT N. C. BURCII. Term of Subscription I Single copies, per yew $1 SO Clubs of ten per year 1 23 Clubs of twenty, per yenr 1 00 I.NVA1UAIILY IN AHVAXCK. X C. W. LOHMAN, (Successor to W. It. MorlocU.) JEKFEIISOX CITY. MISSOITKI. TIIK attention of tiio public In railed to his lino stock of Dry Gooils. firoeeries. Until wore mill Notions, Hoots mill Shoes. I lilts unci t.'nps. &c. Highest market price paid for fiirni m'oUucc. )a.lii-.7:ilT Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main ami Jefferson Sts JcfTerson City, MiBsouri. A LARGE STOCK OK ALL KINDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quality. Alwuvs on bund, nnd for Sale, at the Cbe:i est Rates. dec.2".72-lv MADISON HOTEL B. 1. McCAKTY & ON, Proy'rs. Main and Madison Sts., Jefferson City, Missour. THIS NEW HOTEL HAS BEEN Fl'K iiishcd iu every Department in it first class niuuner. It liasuncipialcd accommodations. Tlie tra...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1874. KATES OP ADVERTISING. Oue square, on week " each additional week tlirae months " lx inontlia " one year ' One-fourth column, three months ' nix month " " one jrenr One-liutf enluinn, three month ' nix month " ' one year....' One column, six months.' ' one vcar f 1 00 60 fi 00 00 13 00 18 00 23 00 ;ui no 85 00 45 00 70 00 70 00 125 00 The Good Templars' Lodge nt Green Ridge now numbers 180 members. Tim thermometer stood nt 9-1, at noon Sunday in New York City, nnd nt midnight atcl. By a law promulgated on tho 17th of April, tho Czar's birthday, imprisonment lor debt is abolished in Russia. Steamship Liberia, plying between Liv erpool and Maileria, U supposed to be lost with all her crew and passengers. Extensive fires have been raging in Michigan for several days, but there is prospect of extinguishing them before great damage is clone. Marshal Gallie of Sedalin is busy with the assessment of property within the city limits. Ho states that thi...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY", MAY 13, 1S74. The lieiillh of tbe city, with the exception of measles previiiUnjr nntnng the children, is ex cellent, j Tin) rte of taxation lixcd fur school pill poses In tho county is 52 cent cm $100, anil $1 on 100 in the city. The St. Louis Demnr.rut'a Little Rock special says that Gen. Jo. Shelby ha tendered lit ser vices to Governor F.rook, of Arkansas. In case of emergency. A Hibernian got on a spree at Ccilitr City anil wim Cnlaboosed. Last Sunday night bo man aged to set out. anil scttln;- flro to tbe building left by tho light of It. Master Lester Crawford, one of tho efficient clerks In the IT. S. Circuit Court Clerk's office, ba been presented with a fine English Terrier, by a friend who imported her. Rev. E. P. Hammond Is, engaged in the re vival work at fjuincy, III., and the wonderful results or his ministry in that city arc apparent, in trio conversion ol hundreds. Captain C. AV. Thomas bus sent ns a specimen of li lot of seed potatoes he ...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1874. California is g"lng mad over prospcct ive wealth from tlio culture of cork trees. Imbiding the blood of newly-slain oxen is becoming quite a common treatment for consumptive patients in Massachusetts. Hon. Waldo P. Johnson's neighbors are bringing that gentleman out for General Schurz's place in the United States Senate. The Mayor of Troy lias issued his pro clamation directing the citizens to thor oughly disinfect and cleanse their dwel lings and premises. Xcsbith, of Oregon, gave the initio a very clear nrid unique status when ho al luded to it as "one of those usolul animals that has no pride of ancestry, and no hope of posterity". Ex-Senator Poolittle. once so prominent in national politics, and an able man, has accepted the permanent presidency of the Chicago Univcraity. Salary, $5 ,000 n year. The conduct of the Federal ollleers at Mobile, in tendering flowers to deck the Confederate dead, is evearywhere spoken ot in terms of the .highe...

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 May 1874

w 3 n o u l o CQ o .3 o 14 1 u CD o I 8 3 "3 ca M a o Pi A. H. WELLS, Lute of the old, well-known firm of Wells & Baldwin, Kansas City, DKAI.KII IN Fine Watches, Jewelry, Solid Silver and Plated Ware IS NOW I.UCATKII OPPOSITE CIT7 HOTEL, JEFFERSON CITY. Having been extensively etuniKcd in wholesale, ri'tall ami niaiiiifticturintf Jewelry, and being Ioiik aciiittiiiitetl with exclusive importers and manufacturers, I am prepared to supply the public with the Intent style goods at the lowest prices. I nerved 5J year in teaming watch work, repairing, engraving, id guarantee perfect satisfaction. N. H. Hair Jewelry made t order. cep2"-tf Reduced in Price The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY' 15. 1874. Newa autl Notes. Milwaukee1 loss by fire during April was 82(5,000. Atlanta, Georgia, has had a strawberry festival, the first of the season. Over $10,000 has already been subscrib ed in Boston for a monument to Sumner. The Iowa State Republican Convention is called to meet at Des Moines, Jul...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1874. CIRCUIT COURT POCKET. FIRST DAY CihminamOahkm. V No. 1. State vs. John Dunbar, murder tirst slegrec; County Attorney t'. i- plaintiff; E, L, King fur defendant. No. 2. State vs. JiiIiii lliiclicr. wiling )ii1nr without license; County Attorney for plain" tiff; Lny k Belch for defendant. No. 3. Slate vs. Goo. W. Slow, murder first degree; Comity Ait'y for pltiinti.il', I.ny & Belch kikI Moore for ilcfi'mluii!. No. 4. Sunn v. Isaac Shuiison. grand lar ceny; Co. Att'y for pi IV. No. 5. Sidle, vs. Franci J.Vmcr, selling lltior without 1ici-n-ir; C. Atf"y f-n- No. C S:iito vs. Daniel ilhuins, murder first degree; -' Atfy for pin". , . . ..... No. ".Stall1 vs. llohi-fr Etis. fcloniouy as sault; Co. Atfy for p! IK. No. 8. State vs. August Chimb, killing, maim- jng ami wounding ealf!e; Co. Atfy fur pill" Lay Belch furdl'i. No. 0. Statu vs. V.'ai. Sherman ami .lamrs Shuniuker, grand liMwnj ; Co. Atfy fur V111 KliiB k Bro, for dfis. No. 10. Stnt He...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1874. STATU NEWS. The masons of Hamilton, are re-fitting their hall. Over 500 jmpils attend tho puljJiu school in Springfield. Tliu town ttt Perryvillo lists purchased : fire engine. IIantiili.il polled 1,090 votes tit the re cent city election. Tho New Madrid Ilixonl boasts of its Hog iron oro beds. Lewis county farmers put in the rainy l;iys skinning cattle. Carthago will hold a ho wo fair on the 12t!t and 13th of June. Deaths in St. Louis last week, 89; child ren under five yoars of age, 41. A lodge of tho Sovereigns of Industry Sias been organized in Platto City. Breckcnrldge has a public park studded with beautiful young maple trees. Corn is $1.15 per bushel in tho Spring field nintket, with an upward tendency. An adjourned session of the Marion county court will commence on Thursday next. The prospect for a good crop of wheat is better than it has been for years in Law rence county. A mau named James Newman commit ted suicide, nbout one mile ...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY l.i. 174. LOCALSEW8. wiiKitr. ih voi; com: from. uahy IKART" 1IY liKolltiK VAC lio.VAl.K. Wliere did you come from, l:ily dear? Hit of tho everywhere Into lien'. Where JUI you get your eyes so blue Out of the sky as I came through. What makes the tight In them sparkle and spin Some of the starry spikes h-fl in. Where did you get that little tear I found it wriHn.st when I pot hew. What makes your forehead so smooth and V.gh? .V oft hum) stroked it a I went liy. Wlwt makes your check tike a warm white rose? I saw something letter tlinii siny one knows. Whence thnt three-cornered smile of blrss? Three angels gave n.e lit once a kiss. Where did you gefthls pretty car? God spoke, and lt nme out to hear. Where did you art those arms and Innids? l,ovc itnidr. itself Into IiooUh und bunds. Feet, whence ltd you come, you darling tliitij.-l' From the sunn box s the elieruli ' wings. How did they -.ill eome jut to lie you J God thought of me, mid so I irrcr,-. l...

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 May 1874

'I , )'iil..l(l if r! i 'i if ) ' .1 li-iw.. . A-, "7 rriJ:7;- "i ,V.V1.V"iT.f.i..l '..'; -it -t: viTT. -j". i.J 'W '.' ' ' 1 '"' ' !! f,i!T ." !! ! :! .. . '! ' r".til!.' ' Vf si il-nit l,wpr i!t b - ' ..... .t!; ..in . i , ( ' "nl ' 1 ll" : nio :; -.ii .'i . i ; r ,:.: v 1.: .yuiti -,'KHI..'. on l' 1 1 : t " -..:t ,. i: W.A vl 1. ' . I ' I ' JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 120, 1874, NO. 23 VOL. 2. i Iri't-i II i i b lin:,: I " .'il coMbl (. ."li I': , . ' ,,;..(... '.:. . , . . - : ... .. fi,., ... t. ' I H ' 'I J ' I t . . . . - i ' . . i .. ... ...',., ;,. - V m 1 M, ., i ) i : ' I'la-ic.': ir i; ' .o ft ate J o urn i M . i -' 1 . Published Every Friday ' X. C. TiURCII. Tcvini of Nlilncrlpttonl 'Sin.!T!i' copies. wt yoiil ?l &0 Clubs of ten per year..'.; 1 28 ."tubs of twenty, per year ' 1 00 IXVAItlAIVLY I.V AHVANCK. C W. LOIOIAN; : (Anocossor to V. tl. Mortock.) '...'..'.' 1 ' JKKKKKSOX CITY. MtH!Ot'KI. T I'.IK ntti'iitlon of llio pulilic is cuIUm! I" h!n l. lti.iT I2.nt...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1874. Gen. Custer to at Eort Abraham Lincoln preparing for a raiillnto the Black Hill to leave on the 1st of June. A riot is reported nt Mnssilou Ohio. Coal miner on u srikc attacked a lot of m w men. Military culled for. The Missouri University .at Columbiu closes it Academic Year on the 24th of June. Annual examinations commence Juno 15th. Commencement the 24 th. We lenrn that, in tho place of 825,000, 000, the sum at which the railroad property of the State has been heretofore valued, It will now 1)0, by tho value fixed by the Senate as a Hoard of Equalization, tho snug sum ol $60,000,000. During our stay in Lexington vc were the guest of Hon. II. C. Wallace. The home t Mr. Wallace is a most lovely place in the suburbs of the city, and tho brief season of relaxation from toil and euro granted us was enjoyed with a keener relish tor having been in this charmed spot with that true gentleman and his elegant lady. Tho Chicago Tribune is responsible ...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. lAY 2!). 1874. A Contest for a Bride. On Tuesday last Chnrles II. Walker ol Hartlord, persuaded Linn Hodes, ol Green point, to elope with him. There hud been it courtship which was dampened only by Linn's parents, who wero opposed to tlio match. The pair were niiirriell and start od Tar Connecticut. Mr. Modes wa soon on (lie trail ; he captured his daughter atid brought her back to (iiecnpoint. The young bridegroom went to Judge Reyn olds in Brooklyn on Saturday, and having made the necessary nllidavils, obtained a writ of habeas corpus to obtain his wife. In obedience thereto Mr. and Mrs. I lodes, Hanking the brido on either side, marched into the court room yesterday morning. The girl is but seventeen years old, is a pleasant brunette, and was neatly though plainly dressed. As the case was called, Counsellor Bellows said to the Court, that the husband had not been permitted to see his bride since she was taken troin him. He did not doubt that if the pair...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. 1 4 U rRIDAYMAY, 29. 187j RATES OF , ADVERTISING. One square, one week each additional week. " tliroc months six inniitli ono year nc-fourtli column, three mouth. " six months.. " ono jt:ir. i ii"-1i:i1f ivtliimn. throe minitli".-. " six months... one year....' i ;:ie cnlui.in. fix months one voar $1 00 no 00 9 (Nl IS tH) 1H 00 U.') 00 M 00 :t: oi) 4 00 70 00 7' 00 125 00 A delegation from Kansas City visitcil the officers of tin! Texas Central Railroad, at Galveston ami Houston, ami succeeded in perfecting arrangements by which Hliip metits of freights will be made Irotn Gal-vo-loii to Kansas Citv, at !?!)() jut car less than has heretofore been charged. The following: national banks have been authorized by the Comptroller ol the Cur rency to commence business: Mattoon Xntionnl Ilaiiu, III., tv-p-tal "-0,0(iO; First National Bank ol Liverpool, Ohio, 850-0-iii; Second National Bank of Bay City, Mich., b0,0U0; People's National Hank of Martinsburg. West Virginia, $...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1874. I I.OVK YOU LOVE. Old Jones, the villain iedaRogue. Tlie grumniar lemon ealled one luy. Young Bess, a ninid of sweet sixU'cn, . lteiran llic well known Word to say : ' First person, I love 1" first she said : Slv Tom, besido tier, whispered "Mer" " Second prrson, von love." Hens went mi, "All, Unit I do" wild Tom "lovo thee.' " Ttiinl person, lie loves." ft ill ssid IJess, Tom whispo-, "Who the dence. Is lie I" "Oh. Tom." .,id Hessie, pleading low, lu hold . nir peace imd let mo lie." " No whisjiering!" calls the master lond, And frowncil upon the forward youth. " Klrst person, we love," Hessto wild, " Hy George " Tom whispered, that' the truth.-' The lesson o'er at last, poor Hess, With checks all erinison, took her seat, While Tom. Hly fellow, truii in vain The maiden's soft blue eyes to meet. Hut when the reeess hour hail come, Tom hedged a walk with coaxing tone. And 'iiealh the trees lies said again The lesson o'er for him alone. THE CIV...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FUIDAY, MAY '.!, 1874. Ho strong to hope, O, llrnrt! Though l:ty i l'vllit. Tlio star run only shine In llie dark night; Bi strong, O, Heart of mine Look townrd the light ! Ho strong to bear. O, Heart ! Nothing I vain ; !trlvo not, for llfo Is euro, Ami Uod win! itiln; Heaven Is above, nnd there Uet will remain! Be strung to Inert, O, Heart! Love knows not wrung; Did-t thou love creatures even. Lite were not long J Didst thou love (1hI in Ucuvoii, Thou would'st he strong! A. A. Procter. LOCAL NEWS. The Butler miler of Sovereign of Industry Is growing In number. A meat market ha been opened In JSoutli Jef ferson on Dunklin street, opposite Iihman's -tore. Tlieeoiinty court of Jasper county refuse to irrant anv inoro dram-shop license in that county. . There I talk ot another military company here at the Capital. AVe trnt it won't " lizzie" ii the old company did. Sedalia market arc supplied with early eat ables fresh and direct by the M. K.and T. front l In- market...

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 May 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1874. Mexico wants n market house. . Wool commands 23 to 45 cents per pound in Chillicuthe. Chinch bugs ami potato hugs nre trouble some in Ralls county. The Palmyra Spectator guys that there nre premonitory symptoms of cholera in thiit locality. A bank is getting ready for business in Hopkins, and will be open about the 10th ot next month. The Carrolton Journal complains of the number of colored men loafing upon the streets of tlint thriving town. The editor of the M.uysville lieyistcr has noticed several fields In which the corn is an inch or two above tin; ground. The Sodalia Democrat devates a liberal portion of its space to the honorable men tion of Wm. Lawrence, a fireman on an M., K. and T. engine, lor heroic conduct in snatching a child from the railway track along which his train was passing, under full headway, in time to save it Irom destruction. The survivors of the famous Doniphan regiment, "propose to luive a re-union at Liberty, Clay...

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 May 1874

FRIDAY. MAY 0. 1M71. Make haste. O ninn, to do Whatever must lip done; Tlmii bast no time to lose in sloth. Tliy ly will soon 1m- gone. Make haste. O man. to lie! tlicn witli speed, ninl work! Fling pii-t iiikI self away! Thin Is no time fur thee to fifp ; I'p! watch, iiml work, inul pray! Make liate. ( 111:111, to live! lurk P.elk. charged with robbing. 1 ml guilty on Saturday, and wa entcncc.l 'o six years In tin) Penitentiary. The front of Scnvcin A WaL-mr's new bock is going up very nipi.Ily. It will be perfectly magnlllccnl. Mil' I d ips great ri .li: to t lie a,r!,l lect, Harry Kemp. Captain Thomas lia -cut n- :m 1 i'f ii that U n decided curiosity. It is spotted, at-id is -opposed to lie the result i.f u scandalous at tempt to crca'c a iti' between 11 drar.tvr am! a Democrat. Married, at tin: bride'.-residence. .leffr.-y lt:i., of St. Louis, to Miss Nettie Carr. or Callaway, on tin -M Inst. Tin- ceremony performed I iy lii'V. .I0I111 Turner, of St. Jm-, A hir.-e nuri licr of ...

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 June 1874

btate VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1874. NO. 24 rhe Journal Published Every Friday BY N. C. BUKCII. Terms of Nuliscrlptl.n t ingle copies, pcryeni fl 50 Clubs of ten per year - 1 2fl Clubs of twenty, per your 1 00 IXVAUIAIILY IN ADVAXCK. Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main ami Jefferson Sts .Tofr'erson City, Missouri. LAltGE STOCK OF Af!L KINDS OF J. Lumber of u Superior (juality. Always on hand, ami for Sale, at the C'licajw est Itutcs. dec.27.72-lv C. W. LOHMAN, (Successor to W. It. Mnrlnck.) JKKt'KKSON CITY. MlSSOl'ltl. rTIIIK attention of tlio public In called to Ms A lino biock or ury U0011H. wroeeiaos. mini ware and Notions, Itoots anil Shoes, ifats am I Caps. He. Highest market price paid for faiin proutlco. iiui.iir-.i.tiy MADISON HOTEL, J3. II. McCAKTY & ON, Prop'rs. Main and Madison Sts., Jefferson City, Missour. THIS NEW liOTEL HAS BEEN FUR nislied in Rvery Dcmrtinent in a lirst class lnunner. It has iiiiequaled accommodations. Tlio ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1874. The public debt statement shows a re duction of .MGG,5:W. . Advifos lit San Francisco indicate that the Democrats have carried the day in Oregon. Hon. li.il. l'.ristow was on yesterday coiil'iimcd Secretary of the United States Trcu-ury. Mr. lSiirdi-tl, of Mo., on Monday took tlic oath et office as commisMoiicr ol' the general land off.ee. In Lake City, Mich., it license to hell spirituous 1'uptors costr $:!"t per year and a license In sell mall lhptor SID". A strike tool; place among the hrake r.icn on the Chicago and Alton railroad.-:, owing to a reduction of washes to SI"' per month. A congress to consider the subject of international li'r'.H- in t'10 lime ol war. will commence in l'russcl .Juiv next. on the ".'"th of A Gipsy tribe, encamped near llrook I'. n, X. Y., got into a fight anions them selves, Tuesday, and one was killed and another wounded. The Si. Louis hotel, Leavenworth, caught lire, early Monday morning. Loss, fl,H00; insure...

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 June 1874

JUL- .it i ' 4- ....-..- The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1874. MUTINY AT T1I13 PR I SOX.' Convicts mi the Raniiigc. A Dinner Tahiti Quarrel and What Came f It. Tho city whs startled Monday at noon by iv port that the convicts in tlio Penitentiary had risen up in open revolt uguinst their keepers, anil held Supcriueiidciit Bradbury, nnJ Ave or nix of the guard prisoners. A largo nnd ex cited erowd of citizens hastily gathered in tho vicinity of the Prison to leiu n nil the particular and to insist, if need lie, in quelling the out bruuk. The otHelnls in and about the Pen were considerably exorcised, and it was some, time before tho lull fact in tho case eould bo ascer tained. As near as wo could leant the particu lars of the attair are substantially us follows: For a few duys pust the convicts had com. plained of the duality of molasses furnished them, insisting that the sumo was tainted with coal oil or at least hud a taste of that not very palatable fluid. The matter was brought...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Mfiuiirc. fine work ft 00 no (1 01) u on 12 00 is oo ' nidi nclililiouitl week.... " throe month " nix inonthit ' one year iie-furtli column, three months. " six month " one jrenr Oiie-liiilf column, three month ' ix month one year. One column, six month " one vein- 25 00 I tM 00 I :r. oo 4.1 oo 70 oo 70 00 125 00 T!io imet of tins Missouri Kdilorial Absolution l:ist Vi'iir Eugene Field, while, this poet of the Kauris Editorial As sociation was Eugene 1'. Ware. Remark able coincidence. The lion. A. (i. Thiu nian, I' idled .Slates is possibly true that the editor of the Tri Seuator Irjm Ohio, is represented as the bttne hiiuscK knows tiie meaning of the owner of 5.lKi,(i00 in United States bonds, eo-cdiicatioii of the races from personal In view of this fact, it is not surprising experience. Was ho not reared and train that he deems it impossible that the gov- ed with darkies? We mean no reflection eminent will ever be...

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