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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 9 October 1874

State Jourxia 1 he VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1874. NO. 42. 1 Published Every Friday ' BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subscription t ' iiifd copies. icr yeai 1 60 Clubs or ten per year 1 28 Clubs of twenty, per yenr 1 00 INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. SR. J2TO. BASER, Physician & Surgeon. B3T OFFICE in Popp's building (up stairs) High street. . , B2T RESIDENCE first house cast of th Mark House. fBp25.lv. Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICl.'E AND SURGERY. Sr. A. C. D2LTTISOXT, OFFICE AND RESlDEXCfc, Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. U, JEFFERSON CUT, MO. ' ' d ,..0 t.. 1 in 9 P. M. P. M. Jon.lO-ly. DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APQTHE3A 3E . HIGH STREET, Jefferson City, Mo SUPPAN & BERN HARD, DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES, DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS AND PURE WINES and LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES, Jefferson City, Missouri. "DRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM X. pounded. uec.zi.icu Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Co...

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. — 9 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1874. INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S TICKET . ftnlut Popnll Huurvmn lex Kato. For Governor WILLIAM GENTRY, of Pettis. for Lieutenant-Governor t S. W. UEADLEE. of Greene. For Secretary of Statu W. R. LF.FLLT, of Marion. Tor Stale Auditor E. C. HALE, of Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN II- FISSE. or St. Louis. For Attorney General DAN'L S. TW1TCIIKLL. of Jackson. For Register ol Lands c. t. iu:.':.EX".r.:::;Y, oi Audrain. For Sll)t. l'ulilie Sehool.s JOHN MOXTEITII, ot Iron. Forjudge Siireine Court, (full term) W. .1. WOWELL. of Monroe, For Jiidso Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS UOL'CIy. of Cape Girardeau. B. Graz has boon again trying to but ter his wntcrmcllon. The reduction of tho National debt in the two months past is 825.000,000. Tho Warrensbnrg Standard wheels manfully into line lor the People's ticket. Emperor William has ordered in Eng land 10,000,000 rounds of cartridges. What does it moan ' President Grant and lady with a number oflriends Irom...

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. — 9 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1874. For the Journal. TO A MARRIED FLIRT. Farewell, dear madam! Even ihotieli you seem More beautiful than I lirni thought before, Farewell forever ! I have long; believed That freshness, smoothness und the sheen of youth (.'an not survive maternity except. In woiumi heartless utterly : for they Who nre created with Inn power to leel. Pus not through courtship, marriage, inothcr- hood Anil the volcanic ideusure mid fierce pain luiilied In them without mimu tmces left Upon the feature and the form so that While not lens beautiful tlinn inaldeulinod Their glory Is another (better!1) kind. Farewell ! You did no wrong! You have but done What otlie- wedded, fair, young women do Who do not "compromise themselves"' nt ail Surely It I a safe and fdcasant thing To be fiosscssnr of a "prudent" heart Al1 of whose passions in their ebb and flow Are graduated bv a "proper" scale Of little rules and maxims which dam up Tlin founts of feeling until to such 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. — 9 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One qiinre,oip week fl 00 " rcli additional week AO " throe nionthii 6 00 " six months o oo " uno year 13 00 )uc-fom1h column, three months 1H 00 " " Mix months 25 00 " ' one year HO 00 One-hulf column, three month 85 Oo " " lx months 4A 00 one year. ..... 70 00 One column, cix months.'. 70 00 one venr 125 00 Sitting on a tripod, rutting items through. In pops H fellow Shouting Klrby! boo! Spring tho Tribune pigmii!1, To their little feet; Mens me nin't it pU-utant To run a cojntry sheet -und lie seared by naughty boys in Unit way. McClurg fcpeiil $106.3!) n year in the I'xejutivo Mansion. Woodson spent $1.'), 045.39 last year. What do you think of that, farmers ? Add 85,000 00 lor salary and you have nearly $0,000.00 a year its ilie expense ot a Governor. Is it not Jjout time to try n farmer for Governor, and sue if ho can not live cheaper, und bo just ns good a Governor P Hull, ol the Sodnlia Democrat, would have it...

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. — 9 October 1874

C. W. LOHHAN, (Successor to W. H. Uorlock.) JEFFERSON CITY. MISSOURI. TITR attention of tbo publlo In called to hla Alio stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard wuro anil Notions, lfoots nml Shoos. lints nml Cups. Ac. Highest market price paid for fano produce. nn.l-,7;llv 1. KIEL, MANUFACTURER OP AND DEALER IN PLAIN m FANCY CANDIES, Toyi, notions, eto WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. K KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A lurge stock of Plain and Fancy Candies ot his own manufacture, which he is supplying to the trade at reduced prices. 8toro room in Popp's building. High street, iw.ily. Jefferson City. Mo., F. J. MAYER, DEALER IN Stoves, Tinware, Etc., High Street, (opp. Pratt's Auction Room.) Jefl'erson City, Mo. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PARLOR and Cooking Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Tin Ware, etc., always on himd. Tin Piping iimt Guttering, and nil kinds of Tin ware made to order with neatness and dis atoll ilcc.27.7i-t OAPITOL HOUSE, COR. WASHINGTON AND STEWART ST8., .TEFFEItSOX CITY. MO. Mas. KM MA SANFOR...

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. — 9 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1874. AXXOCXCEMEXT.S. REPRESENTATIVE. We urc authorized to iinnoutico John F. Fitz-p'r!.-K ton Independent cundiiliilo for Repre sentative of Cole count-. FOE CIRCUIT JUDGE. Upon the solicitation cf nmnv voter or the First Jmik'inl Circuit, without distinction of pirly, I announce myself us n riuuliilutu for re eliYlionto tlin otlice of Circuit Judge. Ami in sj doing, 1 will only suv. that If elected I will OiiilK or to fuitlilullr discharge tb duties of Office. T. M. RICE. Wo are authorised to iinuomce George W. Miller a t'Mincritic candidate for Judge of the First Judicial Circuit. 1'lllLIC ttl'KAKINU. James II. Lay, tlie People's nominee for Con .'rcss in the "th District, will address the people nt tho following times and place. Friend of the movement arc requested, to asist in giving publicity to these meetings: Osceola, St. Clair county, Tuesday Oct. (1. Juincy, Hickory county, Wednesday Oct. T. Hermitage, Hickory county, Thursday Oct. 8. ...

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. — 9 October 1874

4 K The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1874. NEWS NOTES. Gold closed in New York Tuesday nt no i-8. Tho fniliiro of II. D. Patterson, broker, h announced. A party of Frenchmen will leayo Oma ha In a fow days for tho Ulnck hills. An c n tiro block ot building at Muding Idii, Mich., were burned Monday. Lj99 3:10.000. Tilton jptve bail Tuesday In tho indict ment lor libel lound against him by the grand jury. Tim State Itonnl of Equalization will ad journ Wednesday to its next annual ses sion in ls"o. Christian Kantz was run over and kill ed by a Vandaliii train Terre Haute Tues day afternoon. A man named McDonald was fatally tabbed by his wifo, in a family jar Tues day morning at Omaha. The first meeting of tho Episcopal Church Congress in tho United States was begun at New York Tuesday. Tin! German National Bank of Memphis lias been designated as the government depository for that section. The Seventh Annual Fair Association pf Tennesseo began Tuesdav at Memphis under very favorobl...

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. — 9 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. Farmer are ill done rowing tbeir lull wheat The days of the russet hue and golden leaf arc come. Dr. C. A. Thompson ha moved hi office Into the new Schmidt block. The matrimonial complaint In the name of a new disorder in Scdulla. B. S. Gregg, of Cedar City, I candidate for county justice ol Callaway. Col. Learning ha moved tilt law ofllee to Frank Schmidt' new building. Farmer should Improve tho present bcauti ful weather in bringing in their wheat. A well executed counterfeit of the 85 note on the Trader' National Bank of Chicago I in circulation in the went. Hunting partic are getting togothcr their accoutrements fur the camp and chase. Deer driving will soon be Inaugurated. Honey I in active demand just now. The demand for it is occasioned by the amount ne cessary for moving produce of all description. Jefferson Citvl Passengers from the great ArkaiiNas Valley, Texas and Colorado will change car for New York City aud all p...

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. — 16 October 1874

.... ..'.- rtv.i -. 4 ..u ;lrtoi Kli:.r ( .): If . r fefi to - i l ;! ;.' Jr.nt' I I: x .' Ill" lln-C 1 . & it I I J,1T 'I. : ' ti t.. !... i il' i rXlltfA rll'-ll' ''.! '"Il ... : i'V .!! JEFFERSON CITY, MD., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16; 18T4. no: 43. fr'l" . ll'" llHIi ,-!;' '.' .'!,'. I I I II '111 W I "( tit r-ilM N. C. BURCH. .,.. ; .l III. It 1 ' t ! , ' ; .1 I " . 1 Tmim of HabMrtptlmt " inl copies, per yeai..' .i..... fl 00 Club at tea per year..-. 1 M Club of twenty, cr year 1 00 , ., J3JVAUIABLV IX AUVAXCK. '. SXl. J2T0.23AZZSZI, Physician; & Surgeon. tgr OFKire In Popp'i building (up ntuira) High street. M" RESIDENCE first house cast of th Mark" Hwm. ' FapSO-lv. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, ' fl ' WILL PRACTICE ' MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 8, Frank SeliniicU'8 BiillilhiL'. Dr. J9k. C. D AVISOIT, OFFICE AXD UESIDEXCfc, Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. OffltiO llOIIN H tO A. M., I tO i P. M. I'. M. . ' . ; Jan.lO-ty. DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BERRI.)...

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. — 16 October 1874

The State Journal. ,i FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1G. lafo. X:EPEK3ENT PEOPLE'S TTCXET , Solas ralt tnwrtmuk If JCata. For Governor-- WILLIAM GENTRY, of Pettis. For Lieutenant-Governor 8. W. HEADLKK. of Greene. For Secretary of State W.R. LEFLET, of Marion. For State Auditor E. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN II. FISSE, of St. Lmils. For Attorney Geaeral DAS'J, S. TWITCHELL of Jackson. For Register ol Lands C. T. QUISENRERUY, of Audraiu. For Supt. Public Schools ' JOHN MONTEITII, ol Iron. Forjudge Supremo Court, (full term) W. J. HOWELL, or Mnroe, F or Jud;e Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS HOUCK. of Cape Girardeau. YOB. CONGRESS SEVENTH DISTORT: JAMES H. LAY, Of Bcntou County. PEOPLE'S PLATFORM. We. nen-partisan citizens and voters of the Stnto of MiMourl. in view of the evils which we have been suffering trora disorder and par tisan ring ruie, ncem n necessary ror ine nest internals of the State that the neonle thereof should take the management of their affair into their own h...

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. — 16 October 1874

0. ; FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 16, 1874. Par Representative , W. A. CUBBY. For 8hertf and Collector , i ...,jF. A. CLABEXBACU. For Circuit CVrk- JAMES X. MEREDITH. For County Clerk : ', Phillip irrr. . for Judge County Court " ALBERT WALTHEK8. Kor Treasurer O. H. DULLK. Kor Prosecuting Attorney Kor Assessor ADAM ROUTZONO. Kor Coroner Kor Countable Jefferson Towushlp CUARLE8 COUAGAN. Lincoln Institute. ' Thin school opened on Monday Inst under fa vorable auspices all tbings considered. The number of students In attendance Is fifty-two, of whom twelve are attending for the first tiino. From present Indication It would appear that with the exception of about twenty, who are teaching in various parts of the State, nearly all if the old students have or will return, so that with Iho new scholars already attending and those to come, the number of students will at least be as large, if not larger, than last year. This is a remarkable showing when we re flect that the financial crisis of necessity mu...

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. — 16 October 1874

Tho Dtate , Jo FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING Oae square, one week . " . 1ach.addltl0nal.week... " . throe uiontlia ' " ilx months.. '. one year...... .......... 1 00 .00 600 9 00 IS 00 .100 SO 00 WOO DA 00 45 00 70 00 70 00 125 00 .... tme-luurin column, uiree momnn. .. hi moniua... " onojrrnr.l... one-nair oummn, mrra moiun..... " ' ix months . " one year One column, fix month . " one Tear Tlio Independent County ticket ol this county will I hi fount! tit tint head of our local column this morning. The candi dates on the ticket have all signified their determination to enter the canvass and, in fact arc already in the field. Wo ask ol the voters of the county Irrespective of party a careful inspection of the names presented. We believe they ara unexcep tionable men, and, as n whole, that the ticket is a far better one than the democ racy has presented, it should bo elected. Consequently, that How would the colored people of the State liko a Governor who wants a law...

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. — 16 October 1874

MIS 3 IAN, , H 8 - t (SnoeeMbr tdWTH. Morloek.) . IW1I attention of tts pnUle la called to hi A. flno stock of Drv Goods, Omeerles. Hani tl.nAW.pnAn -!. I B4 O'fjM aty fa t tort!l!tw,'"'dT" a . j, S sW .0 f tor.ff j H ' fr . oiJ' n0 al ftmUm ana Khor. HaU and Cape. Ac. bigots market price paid fb farm Well sustained by the actions Thf past, and Ilo: Dimiois. Brancb: proanon. ian.ia-.7Slv deads of .TrutJf (n the . Future. are jure jo gain . KIEL, "i "fii':.' f. .-. .--l . i. . . I i:' .nr. s- . -a. : , II . r KS rr III ' H 118 ROAD. FORMA TtIK OKLY ALL RAIL Route nmm central Muwoarl to all point 'iTf f'fl'' H Uissouri, Iowatr Illinois AND ALL POINTS WEST WORTH EAST li.iital 8 tii tan Express Office. High 8tret, Jet ferson City. Missouri. , t , J. omSBAW. Tkktt Afftnt W. S. UTLLX2. Gtn'l Agent. . i BBh f XIOUTJU. EAST, TRAINS DAILY! Leave St. Louis 3 WIH PULLMAN PALACE CABS THEOUGH Without CHANGE . TO Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, B...

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. — 16 October 1874

.-. & 1 M KRIJPAY. OCTOBER lifiiUiV. .,v TlAXJtnmvtCMttiTS. iW 4 t KKPUK&tTSTA' W are authorized to aanoul Patrick aa an Independent ci wnteuvett m cuomy. t; ndtltaU r V John Ft Fits- jbrKepre- - For the Jeumal. ; : Sl0VwdS.lltl.Wy, U, BblM, o in, with bftghttHt ray, All the town rek'lce ta-asy Nw pubmj yrMUMisrA birthday, r. . t uhmvi Jta.wvu sway,, j. 8otf JneaalMdT.inawrgay; kkfC,J. .It - I-1 - Strew1 but Mni In her war. "OK CIRCUIT JUDGE, ITihms tM solicitation of lmnv voter First Judlehd Circuit, without distinction of party, I announce myself as aeaniuaate tor r All rejoice then, young or gay, VVbtnk jmln of life' sweet May. ---BanWn ear anil naln away - 'For this U sweetheart's birthday October 9, 1874. election In the office of Circuit Judge. , And In no doing. I will onlv rav. that If efcctiH 1 will' mdeavor to fulthlully discharge the duties of ofnne. T. M. RICK. Wears authorized to announce George W. Miller an a '.emncratie candidate for Judge of i bo Fir Jrdklal ...

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. — 16 October 1874

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1874. bardlvs rmunxi aoadt. The, THbane cam tmtWadnesdajwftB ; snorting lotter ' from Dr. Shannon. Tie Doctor waxes wroth,-and aaya ha takes the whole amoqnt of money the 8tato Treararer has paid emit deducts more than, one-half and Willi the iMlance the "nctnal current expenses" ol the present adminis tration.' We merely wanted to know hW the thing wit done. ' The operation la so simple that we are surprised the Doo tor did not deduct the whole amount and show that the present administration has spent no money at all. ' He seems to re gret something of this kbd when ho says: "I may remark by war of pareftnosls that if I had taken this samo, Auditor's re port, and excluded from the general ealcu lation certitin Items not strictly and justly assignable to current expenses, but which I included because they were oi such a nature that it loft out it would necessitate explanation, I eonld have made a stilt better showing for Woodson's adminlstra tion by several thous...

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. — 16 October 1874

TLa Ctato Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1874. LOO AI NE W 8. , 1 . There are now 1030 prisoners In the penfc tentiary, and Mill they come. United State District Court will ihocl atiain on tb flrat Monday of Navemtsr tho 5d day of the month. 1: . ' V Hob. O. A. Flnkeloburg and Hon. Enos Clark will address the clttsena of this county on Wednesday, the Slsf ofOctoJicr. Arrangements should be made to give them a rousing meeting- At length the season approache's for f1I(l taic wood and hauling coal amkimUmg tin, and Uie philosophic husband begin to glorify tint character of tlio hclMiicet who Is not ashamed to work. . . v.-. n H In our Miscellaneous column of to-day will lie (bund a description of tlm Diamond Saw... A we havo heretofore mentioned, this sw iould be profitably employed in the stone cutting busi ness of thin city. We find In the Cincinnati Urlee Current a ref erence to the (a ure bog market, Which contains Minie hint Uion which farmers and oitr home packer may act with profi...

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. — 23 October 1874

ie State d Jotirna .. . vmr yr: in.!'. I -v VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 23..1874. NO. 44. .! ' N. C. BURCII. ' Term of Bnbscrlptloa I ' ' 'iii(rl copies! per yeat.. ...' ft 90 Clubs of ten per year 1 88 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVAltlAIII.Y IS ADVANC1C DZl. JTTO. DAICER, Physician & Surgeon. t3T OFKK'K iu Popp's building (up stairs) Hum street. , tJT RESIDENCE tlm house east of th Mark miM, fanSA-lv, Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Building. Dr. A. C. DAITZSOXtT OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hour 8 to!) a. m., 1 to 2 p.m. p.m. Jan.lo-ly. DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHEJAi. E HIGH STREET, Jefferson City Mo SUPPAN & BERN HARD, DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES, DEALERS IX Drags, Uedioines, PAINTS, OILS AND PURE WINES and LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES, Jefferson City, Missouri. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM pounded. - deo.27.7...

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. — 23 October 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1874.S INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S TICKET Sln Popnll ttnitmna lex Ksto. For Governor WILLIAM'gENTUY. of Pettis. For Lieutenant-Governor S. W. IIEADLEK. or Greene. For Secretary ol State W. K. LEFLKT, of Marion. For State Auditor E. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For SUite Treasurer JOHN II. FISSE, of St. Louis. For Attorney General DAN'L S. TWITCIIELL. of Jackson. For Register ol hands C T. QUISEXBERIU', ol Au.lrain. For Supt. Public Schools JOHN MOXTKITII, ot Iron. Forjudge Supremo Court, (full term) W.J. HOWELL, or Monroe. Forjudge Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS HOICK, of Cape Girardeau. FOU COXURKSS-SEVENTH DISTRICT: james; h. lay, .. Of Benton County. PEOPLE'S "PLATFORM. We, noii-partlsan citizens and voters or the tato or Missouri, in view or the evils which we liave licen sutlering from disorder and par rian ring rule, deem ft necessary for the best interests at the State that the )eople thereof liould take the management or their affairs into (heir ow...

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. — 23 October 1874

Tho Ctato Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER SS. 1874. Auld Robin Gray. Once there lived on the estate ol the Earl of Balcarras, In Soottand, an humble peasant family, consisting ot a poor old ooaplo and their one daughter, Jenny, a young woman who was lamed through all the country, for her beauty, and loved for her goodness. Jenny had a lover,' whose name was Jamie ' a good, brave and handsome young man, but poor like herself. Indued, when he asked Jennie to promise to be his wile, he had only one crown-pic. o in his packet. . To make this crown a pound, he took leave ot his betrothed and went to sea. lie bad nut been gone luucli over n year when Jenny' father broke his nriu, and her mother fell sick, and Crummln, the cow, that might almost have supported them all with hor milk, wasjstolen : and a rich old gentlcmnn, by tho name ot Robin Gray, came, a courting Jenny. Poor girl I she had a very hard time of it. Her lather could not do any work, her mother could only sit propped up with pillow...

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. — 23 October 1874

5 The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1874. KATES OF ADVERTISING. finit uiimrn. one wpfk... ...... ......... tl 00 " each additional week ' 60 - ' three months.. 4 00 " six months 0 00 one vesr 1 00 Hie-fourth column, three month IS 00 " six months U 00 " " one yer 88 00 itrnvhulf column, tliree months 85 00 " " six months 45 00 " one year WOO One column, nix months 70 00 one year 125 00 The Prosecuting Attorney, of Cnllaway toiintv. ha Instituted suits on behattofl the county against tlio Louisiana & Mis souri Hivcr. and the Chicago & Alton railroad lor taxes $8,823.20. in all. The Tribuno's attempted justification of Senator Hardin for voting for the sale of free negroes Into slavery, in 18G0, was the false statement that Drake voted for it too. It has never corrected the statement, and Mr. Hardin slill stnnds arraigned before 1 the world for an attempted outrage against human liberty, lor which there is no justi fication. It would seem that the Tribune has con cluded t...

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