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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 June 1874

Journal. VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1874. NO. 27. he State i PalslislMd Every Friday 11Y N. C. MJKCII. Terms of Mnbscrlptlonl Inplc copies. 1T yeui f 1 SO Clh of ten per year 1 23 OlHbs of twenty, per year 1 00 1NVAUIAIH.Y IX ADVANCK. Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber "Yard, Cor. of .Main iunl Jefferson Sts ,Tefrerson City, Missouri. 4 LARGK STOCK OF ALL KINDS UK j Lumber of a Superior tjimliiy. AIwiivk no hand, and for Sale, at the Clieaii est Kates. .lrc.2,..:Mv C. W. LOHMAN,! (.accessor to V. II. Morloek.) k 415KFEUSOX CITY. MISSOfBI. TI1K attention ..r Hie pntillo In railed to lita line stock of Drv Bow to, Groceries. Hani ware ml Notions, Hoot rni.l rt Cups, i-c. lligbcst, market PV'lV- iv Zuber's Marble Works 3iASi:KA0T;ui:it uk Foreign '& American MARBLE MOXUMRSTS. GKAYESTONBS AND TOMBS North side of IHgfc stecet, tisLwccn Jefferson awl Washington Sts nis;,:ilv. .lEB'PKBSrtX CITV.MO FEED ROMMEL, 1IBALKH IN Books && Stationery, PERIODICALS, 1H....

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FP.IDAY. JUNK X :3WIJIJI.P!JIW1VW 174. Tim farmers i I' Macon county have dc tided to put si farmer's county ticket in tlic liclil. Tin1 Maine Democratic Nate ( 'onvcutioii ha nominated John Fitzeomb Tor Gov it'iior. Tlic "Fourth" in to he nn-t giandly cel ebrated in St. Lou's, anil no mi-take. The Invent, bridge furnishes the occasion. Tlic (lill'crcncc One magnanimously gives l'o.ihhi, the other corruptly receives 1."i,(i:mi. With Bourhouim tlic latter is most commendable. Tins prison lit Leavenw orih has been designated as a United States prison anil is to ho recruited by a lorce of ahout filly in a lew days. Wonder if the bread riot nt the prison here had anything to do w ith Hinging tliis about. The St. Louis I)isj)(iUli charges that tin in nt I tiv nt th" prison wn caused bv citi zens ol the city. Yes, they put the coal i il in 'he molasses no doubt. Hut who did it? That's tin: question we want the PisnUrli to answer. On yesterday we called on the St. Louis ...

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 June 1874

-..w... .. The State Journal. Fill DAY. JUNE 20. 1874. nil Mini mmmnmmn Aii Awful Warning. A mini, "which liisnunio it was" Jones, who lived with his family new the, lowor bench of tlio big Sinokoy Motinti.lii. hiiij been annoyed a good deal by tho rev enue rangurs last fall, and (Internum d to change hi locutiotuind business o a more secluded spot. To carry out this purpose he .'elected tho head of a deep gorge some lour miles distant, walled in with cliffs, where dur ing the winter, assisted by some of his friends, 4ms erected a small log building. As soon us the cold weather was over and the spring fairly opened, the still and other things necessary were moved to the place, and tho work of violating tho reve nue laws were resumed. Several 'runs" were made, and Jones began to congratu late hi.nsc.ll that he had at last found a refusro beyond the prying eyes of the gov ernment hirelings, where ho could pursue his avocation iu peace. l?ut nlaa! how little wo know even ot tho immedia...

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 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1874. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week $1 .. " each additional week "O " thr.io months.. .w fl 00 " nix months I 00 one vcar 14 00 nic-fourth eolunin, throe month 1 00 " nix months 23 00 " one year 00 One-half column, three months W 00 " kIx months 45 00 ' one year..... 70 00 Cmic column, six month 00 " one vear 125 00 Hon. John Colmrn, of the 7lh Indiana district, 1ms been nominated for re-election. The Statu Republican Convention of Kansas has been called for the 'itith of August. lion. T. S. Ridgwny, ot Gallitin coun ty, was nominated by the Republican State Convention of Illinois for Governor ol the State, on the 17th inst. Some of tho Democracy of the State will struggle for a hard money plank in their platlorm. In that event what is to be done with Senator Bogy ? Captain .1. C. Blackmail bns been nom inated for Congress in the 7th Kentucky district in the place of Hon. Jos. Beck, who declines to again bu a candidate. The eighty-sec...

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 June 1874

K X The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1874. STRAY NOTES. Head light Bright eyes. The Quaker loves tho ocean Tor its broad brim. The hardships of the ocean iron clad. -Music by Ilumlel that of the organ grinder. Nimroil was a mighty hunter, but lie never saw an mint clone. To have ideas is to gather. To think is to weave them into garlands. The dogs of Brooklyn have beconio un manageable, and the people of the place tire escaping to the shade-trees. A wonderfully scientific young man has had ocular demonstrations of a sound ; lie has seen his bed tick. Five misses at Cornell Uuniversity are practicing rowing. They lake a young man along to sing "Smoothly Glide," while they are developing their muscles. "I nm indeed very much afraid of light ning," said a pretty lady. 'And well you may be," replied a despairing lover, 'when your heart is made of steel." It is said that the fumes of sugar snuff ed up tho nose will cure ordinary cases ol neuralgia, l'yt a small quantity of sugar on a ...

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 June 1874

Tlie State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 2G. 1874. LOCAL X 12 W S. Hot. hotter, hottest. Siilrcino Court incels inn' week from next Monday. Tim roaming higer disappcarcth l'-'st Hiesc tii'i y days. Doctor Hull calls Sedalia the "Hub of tie Universe." Whew! Professor Ijiinkln nml win- have fgono ti llooiivillc to spend the summer. Till' journal Of tlielloil-l'of llt SCS.ioll con- mini liilf. pages exclusive or Index 173il with Illlll'X. Mr. 4 no. D. llMf-t-ll. f Hi'1 Sedalia Democrat. till breathes the fri"li nml in Ijioi-mliij iiirof tin Capital. Not wiitistantlingliic excessively warm weath-i-r or tin- past fi'W weeks the lii'iiltli f tin- t-ity i unusually good. The Sedalia llasoo of Hie 2:M says S. W. ox. of this city, I'ulli'il lit IW- " Wigwam" nml cu rdled tis oni! of tin- liitznn tribe. Arrangements nro making for 11 grand excur lon on tlio steamer " Kate Khmer " next week, from thin city to llooiivillc ami Arrow Rock. Rer. W. M. Peottsmaii, of Ibis eity, has not ret determined upon ...

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. — 26 June 1874

; - ' The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUXE 2G. 1874. NEWS NOTKS. Xinetv-fcix in tho shade at Chicago Tuts lay. Two German boys wore drowned in (liu river Monday ovetiino; nl Omuhii. The Massachusetts Senate Tuesday pass ed to tnijcrcissnicnt, by H vote oF It! to 8, a bill to establish a rclorniatory iirhoii for women. The Cincinnati Cotton Exchange has do-i.-idcd to join the National Cotton Ex-t-iui'igi', and send two delegates annually to the convention. About filly temperance Kepiililioans, from various parts ol the State, held a meeting nt Syracuse, New York, Tuesday, in opposition to the re-nomination of Gov ernor Diw Th'J Supremo Court of Ohio has refused u writ of error in tlio ease of Hugh ' lhiugherty, who was convicted of murder i in tin; first degree at Lancaster, recently. His execution will take place at Lancaster in August. ' j The officers of the Indianapolis, Ulooni lngton and Western Railroad are in New l York City, settling up the affairs of the j road, fn respect to its...

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. — 26 June 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, .7UXK26,il874. LOCAL NEWS. Onpt. George F. Hurilctte. of Cedar I'M y. Inn Sunc to St. IOiils to practice law. Tlio Democratic Stale Coiocuiiim will lip held in thl city mi the 2lilh of August. C. M. Gordon, of Moniteau county. Intends to run as n Granger candidate! for 1,'ongress in tills district. The Gate City, u Mississippi rivcrjst iiImhiI, lias been put on the Missouri, -lie is run ly an Independent eoiiipuny. Tlic Capitol Park never looked lovelier than now. In tliu eool evening It I- a flnu ininji spot ami many tliere are who seek it for ret and re iTcation. We had a dream the other night. When every thing was still; Wo dreamt wo saw the folks dime up And pay the printer' hill. Till! decision of Judge Bice that retrospective railroad taxation, prior to ISO, mentioned in our court proceedings is unlawful, has nn im portant bearing on Hie auiouut ot taxes to be collected from railroad oouionuies if no more. The attention of the poliei!of the city is c...

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. — 3 July 1874

VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1874. NO. 28. PuMiehotl Every Friday inr . N.C. BURCII. Term of Htilmcrlptlon i ingle copies, per yem Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year... 1 60 1 36 1 00 INVARIABLY IS AUVANQK. Bosch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. ALAROE STOCK OK ALL KIXDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quality. Alwavs on hand, and for Sale, at the Cheap en Kate. dec.27.72-tv C. W. LOHMAN,B (Successor to W. II. Morlock.) 1 JEKFEKSON CITV. MISSOURI. TIIK attention of the public is called to his ttno stock of Dry ooil. Groceries, Hard ware ami Notions, Boots and Shoes. HU and Cans. Sc. Hiubust market price paid for farm produce. un.in..,.Hv Zuber's Marble Works TTICTOS. ZTJBEB., MANUKACTIJKEB OK Foreign & American MARBLE MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES AND TOMBS North side of High stocet, Between Jefferson and Washington Sts U10.73-1V. JEFFERSOS CITV.MO FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Books & Stationery, TXPDinnrfii...

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. — 3 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1874. The Southwest Editorial Convention will bo hekl nt Paris Springs Lawrence county, July 9. Thn Cassvillo Democrat is. in Invor of Norman J. Column as tlie Democratic candidate tor Governor. Missouri has tun millio.i acres of land in cultivation, valued at four hundred mil lion dollars.' Thn value increases about five per cent, per annum. Wo would like to have our neighbor ot the Tribune, or some other good Demo cratic authority, inform us if the Demo cratic party of the present day claims to be rightfully and "lineally" descended Irons tlii) party ot that name that existed "befo the wnugh ?" And it so, will it be denied that the Democratic; party of to-thiy fastened upon the State its railroad indebtedness? We nre seeking historical facts. We have heard it whispered that on or about the Fourth of July, Independence day, there will appear trom tho pen of the Hon. Js. S. Rollins an address in which he will volluntceras a standard bearer of the p...

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. — 3 July 1874

3 v.is. JlM1!....-..,.,., The State Journal. FRIDAY, JlLY 8. 1874. Towns must groWi and I mile Increase, By nerve and enterprise, Ami they who'd live must hnrc the pluck To rink and advertise. There are men In oar town Who do not advertise : Good customers go past their doo-s, The cheery cash likewise. Aud when they post their book at night , They're the undent men In town, And ever and anon they iiionn : ' " The i))aee Is going down !" ' DARN IT. Breathes thrre n man with soul so dead, If he sliould tumble out of bed, Who, never, to himself has Mild, Darn it. Or who, when shaving in morning cold, Hath gashed his chin with razor old, Who could these powerful words withhold, Darn It. Or if when dancing at a bull, 1 The boots he wore were miplity small. Who would not these two Words let fall, i ,. ..Darn it. When bowing to some lady gay, nis suspender buttons both gave way, Where Is the man who would not say, , Darn It. Or when one's notes and bills fall-due, And blinks ly hard uud wo...

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. — 3 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. Jl'LY :5. 1H74. HATES OF ADVERTISING. One HiU:irc, one week ' each additional wct-k... " tllMCmnlltllK " !l IliniltllH " otio year Oiic-fuurth column, three months. .. " " lx month " " one year One-half column, three month " " fix months " ' one year. ...... One eoluinn, six moiilhs " one vear 1 00 no a no o oo 12 00 18 00 2 00 .HI 00 :u oo 45 00 70 00 70 00 va oo Kansas is, uiidov the re-distribution cliinso of the new currency Ml!, entitled to about halt a million more National bank circulation. Kenton county Grangers are preparing for a grand, convocation on the 4th of July, on the 'Windsor and Warsaw road, about ten miles south ot the former place. A meeting of the State Republican Ex ecutive Committee has been called for the 2:id instant, at the Planters House, in St. Louis, to consider what action is advis able at its hands in the premises. 'How arc we on the proposition for a third term of (irant's presidency?" Well really as it is rather late to ta...

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. — 3 July 1874

h 1 o o o Pi n CI m o n J O o 9 e H o 3 ca o A. H- W ELLS, Late of the old, well-known firm of Wells & Baldwin, Kansas City, M'.AI.KU IN Fine Watches, Jewelry, Solid Silver and Plated Ware H NOW I.OCATF.Ii OPPOSITE CITY HOTEL, JEFFERSON CITY. I r 1 I...... . t I ..I 1 i.l...i.. ....... n I ... ji;tiu m'vii vi) viiHKi'u in n iiiiit-an-, n-uiu mill iimillllliriurillK .M'WPiry, Uml licliiK long acquiiinli'd with exclusive Iniimrtcr mill iiiiimifiii'liir-r, I urn prrptired to Htipplv the public with the latent Htyle goods at tlio lowest price. I Nerved "4 years in learning wateli nt I V .ll t-llftl "Ht fSMili 1,1. (VI. . Ctll.-ltV (liril. X. 15. Hair Jewelry mado to order. sep27-tf TRIUMPH OF THE AGE THE Ahead of all Others. IK YOU WANT A PEKKKCT MACHINE Tor all kind.') ot work this is the Muehiuu tu buy. It possesses great advantage over all otlier; the Shuttles and Bobbin ean be taken out and replaced with the greatest facility In one-fourth the time usually necessary wild other m...

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. — 3 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1S74. LOCAL NEWS. The mechanics of Hie city lire toy u nailor ami nrc happy. The sultry weather continues, nml we nre not happy. Extensive preparations lire making for Ihe flreuien's pte-iilc on Satur lay. It In pit dieted by some tlmt the procession In St. Louis on Saturday will be ten mile!" lone. Mr. Hcinrichs I progressing llnely will her commodious new furnlltire establishment. Col. M. M. Price niul family left for lowu yesterdav, where tliey go to upend the Kinniner with friends. Major Vogdos expects to leave lor Louisiana, Mo.. In n lav or two on a visit of n lew week to his family. That front of Scovern Warner' new estab lishment challenge comparison with any in Ihe city. The late rains and the eool weather iniine- tliately following have Improved the health of the city. Hon. X. Bray, u leading lawyer of the South' west, is in the 4-tty preparing for the argument of a niiinlici' of eases in the Supreme Court. Col. T. T. Crittenden, member o...

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. — 3 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1874. Hn-SHAKiKO. How did tbo people got in the habit of slinking hands t The answer is riot far to seek. In early and barbarous times, when every savage or genil-s.ivngo was his own lawgiver, judge, soldier and policeman, and had to walch over his own safety, in default of all other protection, two friends and iicquiiiiituiicos. or two, strangers desiring to lie friends and acquaintances, when they chanced to meet, olfeml each to the other the right hand, the h.uid alike ol offense and defense, the hand that wields the sword, the dagger, the club, the tomahawk, or other wrapons . of war. Each did this to show that the hand was einpty, and neither war nor treachery was intended. A man cannot well stab another while he is in the act of shaking hands with him, unless he is a double-dyed traitor and villain, and strives to aim a cowardly blow with the lelt while giving the right and pretending to bo good terms with his victim. The custom of hand-shaki...

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. — 3 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1874. LOCAL NEWS, The Independent Convention of farmers nnd business men will meet In Ihl rltv on the 2d of September. Tom CulliiiH has'nt disturbed the equanimity of the Capitnl to fur. Thomas is had (-pit. and we ml v No our friend to liewaro of liitn. Many of our citizens contemplate visiting St. Louis on the glorious 4th to take part In the ceremonies of opening the great bridge. Candidate lire us thick in leave In Villain-tro-i; and judging from the line one would think it might stretch out to the crack of domn. Governor Woodson. Hon. Geo. 11. Chirk, and Hon. It. W. Salmon have signified tlicir inten tion to be present at the bridge celebration in St. Louis on the fourth. Henry W. Kwiug, Esq.. clerk of the Suix-cinc Court, is busy with the doeket mid expects to have everything in shlp-hnpc by the lilh of .Tilly, the day the court meets. Mr. William Hiekcy, over the river in the " Kingdom of Callaway," has five hundred mid twenty acres of growi...

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. — 10 July 1874

; r TrTTnT TTTTTTn T 'I'i i ' ,:. 'iiuo,o,'l d!J - j . i 'jim:, ill .'i, ' :i i'i . liftulK )f:l!i It'illI r (!' ' ii , r Y.rii. . i ir I IIO 'Hi I JL -.S, TW" s I I Di ''i'li i ''-.: ' II' I fk i . .. , i -.' I ,1 .... t ... . - I .,, . ! ir 'h II '17 5(1 I 'l l 'I ; - III I fn.fr.ryff n f.oi JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1874. NO. 29. I 'i." :i I'i - I' ft r Is )f:l!l nill! F-.-viif IP '. I - " H i . . " - -. ' "'. : i i r i Published Erery Friday 't- . . .1 IS' ' '. i ,.' . f. ( .1.1 ' ' ' I Term, of HnlmcrlpMon i - initio copies, per vein $1 BO Cluiwof ton per jor:.;..:;ni.r.;i..'!. l 25 Clubs of twenty, per year I 00 .'. lxvAttUHLr w'auvIxck.. Busoli & Beckers. $ Cor. t" Main :tnl .lett'ersoii Sts .tefr'crwm City, Missouri. n v-. i. . . . V, LARGE STOCK OK . ALL K INDS OF Lumlirr of ii Superior Ojmlity. Always (In liaiiiU mid fbr Sale, at the Clienp vitt Kates. dec.27.72-rv cm.w;lohman,i (Sticcessoi to V. It. Mnrloc'k.) ...."..... . ; . . jKFKKUfcOXcrrv, Missoi'itr....

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. — 10 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1874. Returns of tho Into election in Arkansas, Indicate that there were seventy thousand majority lor n convention. The liquor dealers ot New York have resolved to hold n convention for the pur pose of organising a union throughout the State. Attorncy-tlentral Williams, Monday, appointed A. G. Kiddle assistant attorney general, to prosecute tho sate burglary case. A cyclone passed over Savannah, Ga., tiunduy night, tearing up trees and un roofing houses. The grand stand at the fair grounds was destroyed. They have a live emigration society in Knox county, something that should exist in all counties where there is nnv consid erable amount of undeveloped land. The son of J. J. Piatt, the poet, was so liadly injured at Cincinnati, on Saturday, ly the explosion of gunpowder contained in a vial, that he died in n few moments. Ernst Ortwein, the murderer of tho Uaninut family, near Pittsburgh, last Friday, was sentenced to be hung, at such time as tiie...

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. — 10 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1874. Cnttnt Ntatrn Circuit Court. Mommy, July 6. Pacific Railroad Company vs. K. M. Ku, on contract. Default mid cotitiiiiiniice. Goodyear Denial Vulcanite Company, vs. .IoIiii It. Stark. Provisional injuiicllon and con tinued. Satnn vs. W. K. Christian. 8ame entry. Samo v. Geo. 8. Morse. Same entry. Nimrod Lour ct nI.. vs. Lafayette county. Answer to nmcmtctl petition tiled by leave of court. Two cases. Francis A. Crook vs. Lafayette county. An wcr filed. Isaae W. Pollard Vs. City of rieasant Hill, Mo., defendants, for return to alternate writ of mandamus allefcn tlmt tliny, tlio Mayor and Council Imve resigned, and tlmt Is their excuse for not levying ncclal tax to a.V Judgment upon rotitmnK. Court ordered judgment for cobU against each member of Council, who were ordered to be discharged from further answer ing on payment of name. Court held that hav ing been served with a writ the member of the Council could not resign their office and throw ...

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. — 10 July 1874

The State Journal. : ki w. FlintAY. JULY in. 1X74. RATES OF ADVERTISING. i One maturr, one week $1 00 " rach'lKlilitlonal Week SU " thr.H! months 0 U0 six nioutlix I) Oi) -" one ynv.4 13 00 (iie.foiirt1ieoluout, three month...,... JH Oo " ' " fix month 25 00 " " one year Wt 00 liio-h:ilf I'olitiiiD. tlirou month iVi 00 Mx month 4") 00 " ' one vein-...., 70 00 One column, its' lnouthH..-j. f70 no i j ' one venr. las 00 At tlio Democratic convention. Ninth tlistrict, Indiana, nl Fort Wnyne, Thurs day, A. IkiliiMit Hamilton was nominated for Congress by a majority of one-half vote, - ' ''''''' ' ' :' In taking ti position? on (lie people' movement, tliu StV "Louis Times is gov erned altogether by the question Of get ting patronage. It says tit's us plainly as words win speak. Its clique of party friends has tin: nut 'if all this now. Before tiio IlupublicriH hail it, and what the ltk lvblicitn yants now tliu Time assumes is to get in bark again. "The Timet will therefore stick to the p...

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