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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 5 June 1874

1 .3 2 5 5 n I til o H o la o o A. H. WELLS, Late of the olit, well-known firm of Wells & Baldwin, Kansas Citv, m.Ai.t.it in Fine Watches, Jewelry, Solid Silver and Plated Ware IS NOW LOCATED OPPOSITE CIT7 HOTEL, JEFFEESON CITY. Having been extensively pupated in wholesale, retail Bnil manufacturiiiK Jewelry, ami being long acquainted with exclusive. iinortor mul manufacturers, I am prepared to supply the. luiblic with the latent ntyle goods at the lowest priee. I nerved oj years in learning watch work, repairing, engraving, and guarunteo perfect satisfaction. X. 11. Hair Jewelry made to order. ep27-tf PUFFING & BLOWING Reduced in Price The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNK ft. 1874. Paris lias a printer njred one hundred nnd eight whose frni is not ready to be looked 'up. Tlio?. Kcllcv fell from a scaffold, at I he Central Lunatic Asylum ni Ohio, Tuesday, n distance ol sixty feet, injuring himself severely. Wm. Wnterson, architect nnd ImiUler of the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNK . 1874 LOCAL NEWS. Notice. Tlio Interest duo mi the "school and on the funding bonds of Jefferson City. negotiated by tltn American Financial corporation, will lx paid on uiitl Biter Juno 2d by presentation or tlio proper coupons nt the Wtt St. Louis Savings Bunk. C. M. TlioHNBCliu, Treasurer. Strawberries arc Iscotning plentiful in tlio market. Two iiiMitiiiniil steamboat have been put on the river by tin; Slur Packet 1.1 no. Council meets hereafter in regular session on tlic tirnt Momlny of every muiitli lit 7 :30 r.M. Tin- City 5Iarlud ha been instructed by tlio Council to abate a certain bawdy home nuisance in this city. The small bridge on 5ladisou street uml the crossing at McCnrty ami Jefferson street arc to be put in (rood order. What hall be done Willi Ihe poml on 5IeCul'ty ami Broadway? - The Council bus referred the mutter lo Ihe Board of Health. The Citv Council hu Instructed tlm lloaiil of Health to ir to the removal of the slaughter hous...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 5. 1874. . A STREET DUEL. On of the Most Desperate En counter) on Record- Both Par ties IJaclly Wouiulcvl. On Tuostlay oviiniiig Inst nt ;" o'clock A. J. Sellers nrxl J. N. Patterson mot by prior urrnnriMiiuiit in tho street!" of Cotton Grove n v 1 1 injsrc cijiht miles oast, of this city, the 1 inner iii'ined with ii ilouh!o-li:ir-reled shot gun nntl wo Kinjrle-liaricleil pistols iiml the latter with :i linvy six, unit fought one ol the must (lesoera'.e thiols on I'eeonl. After several shuts Sellers fell, bleeding from threu painful wounds, one in the right shoulder, smother in this right temple, anil the third in the upper lip, and Patterson retiied with a hall in his lelt side. The following are the facts id' this bloody encounter, as furnished us hy a re liable' gentleman : Pattotviii was living and working for one ol tin Sellers. On .Saturday last ho purchased a new suit of clothes," mid on Sunday Morning A. J. Sellers wanted to try them on. This...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNK fi. 174. LOCAL NEWS. DKCOHATION. " Mrmiliu date lilia ;?eiii." Mid till" flitwcr-wrcath'd tombs I stand Hearing lilies in my hand. Comrades ! In what soldier-grave Sleeps tin- bravest of llin brave f Is It llR Wild Kllllti to ITt With 111" color round hi brealf Friendship makes his tomb n shrine: Garlands veil it ; n-K not mini'. One low grave, yon trees beneath. Bear no roses, wear no wreath ; Yet no heart more high and warm Ever dared Hi? haltlc-stnmt. Xevcr gleamed a prouder eye In the front of victory, Xevcr Toot liml llnncr tread Ou the tichl where hope lay dead. Than ore hlil wilhin this liimb. Where the (intended grasses bloom; And no stone, with feiiin'd distress. Mocks the sacred loneliness. Youth uml bcimty. dauntless will. Dream tluit life could ne'er fullill. Here lie hurled; here In pence W roups mid woes lmve round release. Turning from my comrades' ryc, Kneeling where a womtiii llc. I strew lilies on the grave Of th" bravest of tlie bra...

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 June 1874

rjie State Journal. VOL. 2, JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1874. NO. 25 Published Every Friday N. C. IJUUCII. Terms of Subscription t ingle ooples. per j i'Hi Club of ten per year- Clubs f twenty, per your INVAK1AKLY IX ADVAXCK. 91 60 1 25 1 00 Busch & Bookers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cv. 'of Main ttml Jefferson Sts .Jefferson City, Missouri. LAKGK STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Limibrr of a Superior Quality. Always mi hand, and for Sale, at the Cheat st Kates. dec.27.72-lv C. W. LOHMAN, Crtnccossoi to W. H. Morlock.) -JEFFEUSOX CITV, XISSOL'KI. THE attention of the puldte Is called to Ills lino stock of Drv Goods. Groceries. Hard wuto mid Notions, lloots anfl Shoes. Hats anil Caps. ftc. Highest market prieo paid for farm Drodnsu. iin.Hl-,7:Hv MADISON HOTEL, US. II. SIcCAKTY & ON, Prop'rs. Main mid Madison Sis., Jefl'crseii City, Missour. 'rpHIS NEW hOTEL HAS BEES FUR I lushed in v:'V Department in a first class i manner. It has uatijualed accommodations. The traveling public am ...

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 June 1874

Tiio State Journal. fuiday. juxe 12, 1x74. , inn 1 hi mi 1.7.1. m-ri iinnr ii'nmaatf'jt.iwno Gold dosed in New Yolk Tuesday, itt JM.lOfi-8. Tiic co.iipOMtor- i'l tin1 Lc avc. xv. I th ('junta rrt'.tl arc mi a strike. ):;e i'. Mi-!) n' :t:i excur-i ui train jumped tin1 track, at Lebanon hollow. X. Y , Tm'ila v, ami thirty jirr-.ii:;" w-re more or less injured. An aquarium car oonlah.hig ox or :ii'i,i:iMi !ih from Kas'eru waters, I'm- California, passed through Omaha Monday, all in good trim. Tiic Democratic Central t 'i mmitti-e o lin. lll'i congressional di'trict meets at Mobcrix mi tin1 P'th. Verily liie leg oils ot darkness are moving. Until houses of th" P.hodo 1-d and Legis lature voteil Tuesday I'or I'. S. S'irit'ir without making a choice, (ien. iiiirnside hail the most votes ia e-ieli house. Over oao ainl a hull inches of rain fell al OinahaTuosday morning. Strecls Were doodotl and smiie con-idorah!.- dam age ilnii!.' to properly, but great ?m .1 to crops. he ommonwialili ol ...

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. — 12 June 1874

The State Journal. 1 1 FRIDAY. JUNK 12. 1K74. linsuonib's Haby. She brought it over to our house, Mrs. Htiscnmh did. li wus their first a wiw little veil-faced, red-headed, pii-nosed, howdiniX infant. It was emu of the hottest days in July, but she hud il wrapped up in three shawls and ;v bedipiilt, imil wm in agony every moment lor I car it would sneeze. "Do nee his darling, darlinjr lit.tln face!" sin; said to nic, as she unwound him al)out forty times, and looked to sec whieh end his feet were on, I looked. 1 have linen tiiu lather ol' eleven just such howling little wopsies, tied I didn't see any tiling remarkable about Uaseoinb's lialjy. "See those eyes Unit firmness of mouth, that, temper in his look!' she went on. I saw them. The little son of a gun began to get red in tlio lace and heat tiie air, and his mother shouted: "lie's bring murdered 1'V a pin !' She iuriieif him vroii end up, laid him on his lace, then on his buck, loosened hi- hands, nibbed the sites ol' his leet. ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. Jl'XK 12. 1874. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One miiiare, otic week tl JW each additional week o ' thr.H? months 0 00 " ' nix months " 00 " inio year 1! 0 flue-fourth column, three months IS 00 nix HionlliB la 00 one year.... 'M 00 One-half culmiiii. throe months Xi 00 six month J (W " unit year....' 70 00 One I'liliiinii, six month 70 00 ' oiio vcur i 00 "Viomiis Scott has been elected prcsl dent of the Pennsylvania Kailroiul. Tho personal efforts of the late Chas. Sunnier were sold nt auction Wednesday. Nearly all tho saloons in Loikpoi t, N. Y., were closed Monday, nnd considerable cx .'itenicnt exists. Tho House special committee to investi gate Arkansas affairs start for Little Hock iit the end ol the week. The excursion party to Colorado, left St. Louis. Wednesday night, via St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern Railway. In the International Typographical I'nion, Tuesday, the officers were install ed ; resolutions referred to appropriate committees. Alter the...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1874. All new summer silks run to stripes. Babies will bo considered ns small fry in eremtUion practice. The way to keep a fire real hot is to keep it thoroughly coa'etl. A lady in New York lectures on "Mar ried Flirts." Can such things be ? X tt.!..... - .......1. fl.u 'Music oi tlie Future" as marriage. There is a woman in Iowa who has buried seven husbands, and rattlesnakes won't bite her. That was a bl ight little 'child who in quired, "Ma when cows die, do they go to the 'milky way ?' " Employment to man is like oil to ma chinery, making the wheels of existence run smoothly. Celibacy and wedlock If single life is bad, then it stands to reason that double lifo is twice as bad. . A millinery store was opened in Carbon Ind.,tlio other day, and most ot the men had to go to bed supperlcss. The longest word in the English lan guage is smiles, because thero is a mile, between the first and the last letter of it. A Georgetown, Ky., dentist advertises...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. fl'IDAY. .JUNK MURDER AND SUICIDE. A IiouMo TrHB-iI.v A lilnoil liit nlnl ' ". MiivUy Myslcry. , Wi dne-dav m .rnim.'tlie l ily wasitarth-dby the n inimiK oiui-nt that tin- 5 t"'t Wi" e oHi blood-curdling horror. A 111:111 had shot n woman he called his v. il". and allerwardi killed hiniscir. The body Hi' Hit- suicide wan In. the gentlemen's silling room of thr paksoiiger house, nml tlic vom:ui. still livhi'.-, was at thr office of Dr.Thonipi-oii. ! eiur-r every one had it ver sion or tin- affair, and evi ry ur-lon conflicted iti ninny partirulnrs. Wi' j.r.tit'iit Iv awai'ed llm development of the inquest mill olll-hd inform ation, mill mv able In aivo 11 full ri-port of ll facts. II appears lli.it r.ir tin' pa-t Ihr-c vein :i Mr. Leopold llm-Mcrlc ha-b a n living In St. Loi;U with 'i woman win pa.-cd unit whom he treated as 111s wii r., though tlii- ceremony of marriage Ih.y had tic vt formal!' i.h orrd. They hail lived to- -.etl'i-raial 1;rpt 11 restaurant ami s...

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 June 1874

I " " "' A " Tlio State Journal. FRIDAY, .1UNH 12. 1874. wmwjim.iirimnin'iiiini in limn l'-renche ot trust "Pantaloons obtained on credit. Tho last uii' ol the sea This lay of the. calilc. Tho heggnr'f i:itro: saint Saint Nieklc-us. Massachusetts has two hundred thou sand olil n. dils. Careless pistols kill five hoys per day in th I'liitcd Status. Nothing comes home s much to a man as a unsettled bill. ' Horace (Iree'iey's daughters sitil live at Ohuppnipio. The most fnshiniiudo bathing sails are t navy blue Fanncl. A Huston clergyman defines lull a "a place of eternal uneasiness. Shadows are like false. iVieinls. They follow you only in sunshine. A ioo'.ish lady sent a liri.le while salin pen-wiper as a giit. Feather fans are' in vogue. Thev l-iok well, ha! give little air. lY.rtial culture runs to lhe ornate, ex treme culture to simplicity. Worth cuts all his evening shirts i;i the baltiemenl pattern on the edge. Tin.' r.iole meutinis Moses as a meek man, hut there, is no vceor.l ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNK 12, 1871. LOCAL NEWS. OCR XKLLIB-Miy St. 1H74. Tlie following dainty little t plthiihnnliiin, whlvh appear anonymously In one of our Washington exchanges, was written ly George Alfred Townscnd : Xow good Hob.m who liuilt this I'll'. And in Its shadow slufiilicr, Awake tills morn while nil tins bells Arc turned to wedding numbers; For In the century, only now, A brldo thy White House cover. Tlie orange blossom on her brow, Her band within her lover's. The Kngllsh sparrows In the sii:ire Miehicvoulyarc cooing, The Iciivcs nnd blossoms everywhere Are innrmurously wooing ; So let nil ns of loyal part, In high or gentle station. Repent the wooing in our hearts, And give congratulations. Let every husband take his kis. Nor any wifo refuse hint; And should a swain do likewise. Miss. The day and hour excuse him. For if they cheer with merriment, When Kings wed o'er the water. The lady of our President Shall hear us cheer her daughter. Her simple childhood tau...

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 June 1874

State Journal. VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1874. NO. 20. The X Published Evory Friday IIY N. C. UU11CII. Term, of Subscription! Ingle copies, per yeai ft IW Clubs of ten por year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per your 1 00 INVAltlAHLY IS ADVANCE. Busoh & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main anil Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quality. Always on hand, and for Sale, at the Cheap est Hate. UCC..I.Ii-i C. W. LOHMAN, (Successor to W. II. Morlock.) JKKFKKSOX CITV. MISSOURI. TIK nttcntlon of the public Is called to tils Hue stock of Dry UooiU. Groceries, llnrtl .i .i it . .. .....I blinna Hut. ntiil vrnn unu iouun, ...... Cups. &o. Highcut market price paid for farm nrouuuu. Zuber's Marble Works VICTOH ZUBER, MANUFACTURER OF Foreign & American MAltBLE MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES AND TOMES North Bide of High steect, Between Jefferson and Washington Sls nl0.73-lv. JEFFEItiOS CITT.MO FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Book...

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 June 1874

I The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 19. 1874. Canton hail ft $30,000 (ire lust Friday. Insurance 813,000. Tho Texas Hoard of Trade 'Ylogation, with officers Iroin tho several southern railroads, will reaeh Kansas City to-iiay. Two lighting editors" of San Frnncis co came in contact on Tuesday, exchanged eight shots, escaped unhurt, but shot a little boy through the leg, and were ar rested. Much of the wheat in Newton, Jasper. Lawrence nnd Greene counties, is ready for the reaper. Some few pieces are nl roady being cut ; the harvest will be a glorious one. A sanguinary young man tlirew him self from the west pier ot the St. ,louis bridge on Tuesday, the first suicide from that eligible point. Another unknown man suicided from a ferry-boat. Ronton county Grangers are ireparing for a grand convocation on the 1th of July, on the Windsor and Warsaw road, about ten miles Mouth of the lormer place. Speakers from abroad have been invited. The Tinted States Senate appropriation committee have ...

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 June 1874

...... X The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUXU 19, 184. Auticlf.8 Folk Tuoisam Yf.ahs Oi.o. Of even greater interest nro tlio hmisn hold articles, implements of trnilo, IoihI, cte., which, like tlio spoils of Pompeii, re storo for us the domestic life of the people. Here, for instance, are stools, cane-liot-tomeil chairs, and work-boxes 4.000 years old, yet more dilapidated than it tliey camo out of a jrarret ot the last century ; nets, knives, needles and toilet ornaments ; glass bottles and drinking cups as clear us if just blown ; earthenware, glazed in blue and yellow patterns, the voty coun terpart of old Majolica ; seeds, eggs, and bread, straw baskets and a child's (mil for playing: paint boxes with colors and brushes, and boards for games of draughts in short, a collection almost as varied and complete as the ashes ot Vesuvius preserved for us of the Urieco-Roniun life of the year 79 of our era. Hut these Egyptian relies date Irom 1.000 to 3.000 years before our era began. llmnril...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUXK 19, 1874. HATES OF ADVEItTISIMi. One square, unci week " nifli niUlitioniil week. " tlir-ie months " nix immtlm " ono your Dnc-fmirtli column, three immtli. " bIx lllOMlll"".. one rear.... (Mii'-li'.ilf column, three im'nitlis... " " nix IllOlltll..' " one year.... One column, ix months." " one vour 1 ?l 00 flu (I 00 0 01) 12 00 IN IM) 25 (Ml M 00 an 00 4.-l 70 IKI 70 0(1 123 00 Tin President has nominated .1. C. Ban croft Davis envoy extraordinary ol the rnitcil Stati's to the (icriimn empire. The Mason.', of Mt. Pleasant who had their hall destroyed liy the recent tiro 11 1 that place, eomteiuplate rebuilding nl an early day. Pleasant Mount lodge I. (). O. 1'.. we learn will entertain their neighbors ami friends liy a basket pic;;:o on the 4th ot July. ' The Rhode Island Legislature, Wednes day, voted twice for United States Sena tor, liurnside received thirty-four votes on each ballot ami Dixon twenty-five. The remainder were scattered among seven ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1874. The Undertaker's Chat. '"Xow. that corpse," said tho unilur taker, patting tho folded hands of deee;ts- ed approvingly, "was a brick every way you took him iio was a brick, llu was so real accommodating, and so modest-like, and simple In liis lust moments. Friend; wanted inotallic burial case iiotlnnir olso would do. 1 couldn't iret it. Flu warn't jjoi-i'to bu time anybody could see that. 'Jorpse said never mind, shako linn up some kind ot a nox lie couiii stretch out in comfortable, he waru't par ticulai' 'bout the grtmural style of it. Said ho went more on room than style, any way. in a last final container. Friends wanted a silver d mr-plute on the coflin, sisrnilvinsr who he was and wlier ho was from. Now you know a fellow couldn't roust out such a gaily tiling as mat in a little country tojvn like this. What did corpse say 'i Corpse said whitewash his old canoe and dob his address and fuller al destination onto it with a blacking brush ...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNK 19. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. The member of tlio new military company tire reminded tlmt to-night Is the time set torn drill. Turn out! Ex-Governor MeChirg luis brvn nppetYitcd Denulvof the Piitnmt. M ilirOmndiy far the organization of group's i. ;'-.iiiU-n county. If liuucsrs in needof harvest hands will con sult the street coriirrs of thin vlty, thoy will linil u suticrohuntlauec of unomtdoyed lmisclewith nothing lo do. Take Vm In out of the wet. Now is the lliric for t!io new miliary compu ny to show grit. If tli -present iilc of iitl'itlrs continues to tprevnil nt tlm Prison, the young warriors may soon lie in deimsid. Attention Company ! There wttl lie n s'cial meeting of the Jeffer son cflty Vive Zounvvs on FrMay, tin- lilth, lit S r. m. Hy oriMf of Hie f resident. A..1. F.rUDlCK.Scc'y. Tno BotUtXAL whs ill error Tuesday in stat ing lint Miss Wary L. ltilry liad returned from lier indics tit Aim llnrtur, Michigan. Sl:e Is still tt college, lint is -cKec...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. - . i FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1874. LEGAL NOTICES: In Bankruptcy. ASSIOXKK'K XOTICKOF HIM Al'POIXTMBNT. Western District of Missouri ss. THE undersigned hereby Rives notice of his appointment n assignee of Thomas Richards, or Hcvirr, In the conntv 'if Macon, ami State Mis Hourl. wltlt'ii mild l'listi-lct. wlio bus beeu ad judged n bankrupt upon Ills own petition, by tho United States District Court lor wild Wis- trU'' .TAMKS C. IURMTT. Assignee. Jefferson Citv, Mo., .Jnno lflth, 1KT4. junrl7-w3t-dlt In Bankruptcy. AftSlHXKK'S XOTK'K Of HIS Al'POlXTMKXT. Western District of Missouri ss. TUB undorslgn.Mr hereby gives notice of his appointment a assignee of Robert Edwards & Son, n lirm composed of Robert Edwards and Thomas Edwards, of ISnvicr, In tho count v ot Macon, and Slate of Missouri, within uud Dis trict, who have been ic'dudged bankrupts upon their own pi'tltinn by the United States District Court tor said District. 1AMKS C. HARRITT. Assignee. Jefferson Citv, Mo...

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 June 1874

V The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNK 1!). 1S74. LOCAL X12WS. Mr. Junius Ashe has been appointed post mas. tcr at Cedar City. The predutory chinch-bug bin passed in by in bin ravages, nnd wu are happy. The flty Hoard nf Education have changed the time first njxiinto forcxumlnatioii of teach r from tin- 24th to the22d ln-J. The Sctliillu Democrat says that J. W. Put lison. late of the Cullaway Vindicator has us sunicd editorial control of the St. Joseph tin vette. Scribner for July will contain an illustrated article of the greatest interest, in relation to the authenticity of the plaster east claimed to have Iwen taken from Shakespeare's face nfter death. Mr. Kdward King, in his forthcoming article on Missouri, in the "Great South" series of Scribner's MonthliJ, culls Missouri the " Heart of the Republic." The arti,ele will appear in the July number. Some of the byways and alleys of the city need cleaning out. The stench emanating from t hem these hot days is not ns sweet as ro-es, and ...

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