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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 October 1874

I i:i3ACQ;:a- ALTCT.7 RAILROAD. AV IIo. Divisions. Branch. ; v . ....... , . i THIS HOAI FORMS TI1K ONLY ALL KAIL Knute from Central Misaonrt Co all roltite . V. Missouri, Iowu, Illinois i AXIl ALL POINTS WEST NORTH EAST ' I! until states Express Office. HUrh Street, Jef ft-.raoii Citv. Missouri. . J. QEIMSHAW, Ticket Agent W. 2. 2CLLIB. firen'l Affect. vaadalia ZIOUTiU BAST. 3 TRAINS DAILY! Leave St. Louis WITH FULLHAN PALACE CABS THBOUGH Without CHANGE TO Indianapolis. Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, AND How Tork, On arrival of all Trains from the WeKt. ONLY ONE CHANGE TO CtoeM, Buffalo ani Boston Ticket are for sale at the Company' office N. E. corner Fourth & Chestnut street, St, Louis, and at the principal Railway Offices in the West. CHABLES BABCOCK, C.E.RUSSELL, . Southern Pass. Agent. W'tern Pass. Ag't. Dallas, Texas. Kansas City. JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHA8. E. FOLLETT, General SupL, Genereal Pass. Agt., an29-tf Indi...

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. — 23 October 1874

Tho Otato Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1874.' isefeczeit comty n:irr. For Repfesentatr I W. A. CUBBY. rNwr Sheriff rad Collector V - -' , . ; F. A. CLAREXBACH. ! V For Circuit Clerk , V i ! JAMES M. MEREDITH? :'- , .. For County Clerk """" PHILLIP OTT. ,A , For Judge County Court A. i V' ' ALBERT WALTHEU8. For Treasurer O. II. DULLK. For Prosecuting Attorney For Assessor . ADAM ROCTZOXU. For Coroner For Constable Jefferson Township CHARLES COII AO EN. AXXO UXCEMEXTS. ltElUEBETATIV We are authorized fo tiiinoitncn John F. Fltx- paini'K as mi independent candidate for Ilcpre tentative of rule nullity. FOH CIRCUIT JUDGE. " Upon the solicitation of manv voter of the First Judicial Circuit, without distinction of party, I announce myself as n candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Judge. Ami in no doing, I will only suv. that If elected I will endeavor to faltlitully discharge the duties of offlee. T.M.RICE. We are authorized to'' announce George W. Miller an a Democratic can...

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. — 23 October 1874

-i- r i in r, -- " . " - . .. , , - : v 1 T ' r -fiT -lr Nf' n S'f i The Qtato Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1874. WAR CLAIMS. The Work of the Claim Commls alon- Abont $2MH),000 in : Certificates Isstied O Iganttc Jobbery . Scheme. Tho Carrollton Record reviows this mat ter in the following schorching manner: Inroriiiiition Ims has come to hand ofure. liable nature showing that the Claims V commission nave aircauy issued cenin . Vratns of indebtedness in the name ot tho ftp State, ami signed by the Governor, l 1 ... 1 .. i. -.. ... 1 4 niiioiiiniiig in kiic ngx'ugui! iu itiiiiiiri. two and n half millions of dollars. Tim proceedings of this Commission have been (.'(inducted all through so secretly that there was hardly a chance lor outside parlies to know what was going on. But now the astonishing fact has come to light to show that au immense work hits beeu performed, and that the Commission lias made up a huge sum in tho shape of idem- ..!... ... !. !.... . r l ..... .1....: . .i.....

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 October 1874

Tho-Ctato Journal HUDAV, OCi:oUKU 23, 187. Zioo&l UTovru . ; ' The young people of St-didiii have got the Matrimonial fever KtiH.ii;;. Every day the pa lrs of that lotan contain three and four mar riage notice.' ' 1 From the lnillcntU.ii Dr. Curry' majority for I bo Legislature will not bo less than four hun dred. Tlnit ho In I he nuin to represent the county In the Legislature above nil other Id conceded by all, evru by hi opponent, Mr. Mil ler himself.', . , Tbe Palmyra Sew Kr come to u from It new i.tii.iishcrs, Moore Jb Gordon. Tlie Mr. Moore or the Arm U our friend Eugene of thin city. It is an strong TadKle us over. Tbe 8tate Auditor ban drawn lit warrant In favor of tliu Fund Commissioners for ill ,001) payable out of the State linking Fund, to liqiii Sate maturing State bonds at New York City. , We do wish thcircxisted greater unity of sen liincutln favor of public schools iu this city. We advise all to make an effort to combine all Interests in their In-half. U't there ...

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. — 30 October 1874

1 - 12 1 'r J 1 M fnn r" J .-mM ! !". :naf rv.j".l a - t a a lati rl I ''nO' ,-v M -TTK Hf VV'' 'it-" -T ' I ...- . ,v 1 A i,)V ?vi. .- ' :' 'JoW L Vl-l.-n (i - p,,l JF i'H I ,WJ vVf ntaW; 1. , ',V' ' ...... Tr I " . : . . . A. .too am a . PJ 1 iii r i ii .ii ri 11 .J I k ,i : "II m it,' i -IN. i i IlliH t .lii lii L It In ,A urif" Term of SObacrlptlomi , l. .t -. 1m1 touIe. wr vei fclub oftth pvr j-Br......'.;.i....., club 4rtwnty,pfy.:. : ' ibo i .in)' rnvsioian & - ourffeon. MrdFTtre In Vopi) Viuiiaing (upulnij UK eiwt of th ilr Dr. O. A. THOMPSON, j . , WILL rHACTlCB , , . , . MEOIGiNE AXDSUR6ERY, Rooul fl, Frank Schmidt's Building: ' Sr. JL. O. DAVZSOr, i(l'f.'. ,! in-- 4-r- !.! l -. v ' OFFICE AM RESISEKCKt ' ' oi McCarty & JeflTerson Sts. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hour 3 toft A. M. 1 to2 P. M. . .P. M. i.: JTaik.lO-ly. (' . DeTO & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO SIK9. BERRI.j i.i ... X DRU3BISIS AKD AP0THEJ3AE. IflGII STREET, JefiFbrsoii City; Mo SUPPAN & BERN HARD, 0R...

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. — 30 October 1874

'" 4 '.'Ik- '' THo Otate ponrnal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1874. INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S TICKET Solus Fopnll Suprvma lux Kilo. For Governor WILLIAM GENTRY, of Pettis. For Lieutenant-Governor 8. W. IIEADLF.E. of Greene. For Secretary of State f. R. LEFLET, of Marion. For State Auditor E. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN II. FISSE. of St. Louis. For Attorney General DAN'L S. TWITCIIELL. of Jackson. For Register ol Lauds C. T. QUISENBF.RRY, ol Audrain. For Supt. Public Schools JOHN MONTEITH, ot lion. Forjudge Supreme Court, (full term) W. J. HOWELL, of Monroe, For Judo Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS HOUCK. of Capo Girardeau. FOB COXGBESS SKVEXTII DISTRICT i JAMES H. LAY, Of llcntou County. PEOPLE'S PLATFORM. We, iion-purtit.au citizens and voters of the State nf Missouri. Iu ' view of tlio evils which we have been suttering Irom disorder and par tiim ring rule, doera it necessary for the best interests of the State that the people thereof Uonld tnko tho management of their affa...

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. — 30 October 1874

Tho State Journal . . ..FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80. 1874. ' ' KANSA8. " '" I---I ( Newtow, Raw.; Oot. il, 1874.' j Forth State Journal: '' Supposing thai daring the political eon tea there would bo little room Tor outside matters, I have thought It best not to in trude often. ; But I can not be wholly si lent, and so I venture to present a Tew fw&,' '; :-. On the 11th Inst. I wn9 in Osage coun ty, Kansas, and on that night there was, for the first time this full, sufficient frost to kill all tender vegetation potato vines, the castor bean, etc. The grasshopper had not leit many things to kill ; but they had not ruined the potato tops, and the early fall rains gave late potatoes a start, and .the result has been about a third of an average crop in that county and vicini ty. But here and wherever the grasshop per went early, and were in their most greedy moods, they' leit no potato tops. At Osage City Irish potatoes of moderate size were selling from wagons at $1.10. Here they have only t...

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. — 30 October 1874

The State J onrnal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1874. rates bp advertising: ; -.. 1. . ,s One square, one week ft 00 " each additional week AO " three niontl (I 00 " Mix months fl 00 " one year 12 00 One-fourth column, three mouth 18 00 " nix month 13 00 " . " one year 38 00 One-liulf column, three month 85 00 " ' lx months 45 00 " " one year 70 00 One column, six month 70 00 " one vcur 123 00 Pulitzer is heralded now by tho Bour bon press as tlio "talented young German orator" will address the citizens, etc., etc. Pulitzer nose enough, possibly, to innko a good speech i and he will work, too, tor with linn, in this canvass, it is neck or nothing. "County warrants are cash,' because Republican officials went out ot ollice with clear hands; and because even Dem ocratic extravagance can not keep up with tho largo proportion of taxes collected for county purposes. What were taxes for county purposes in 18G8 and compar ed with those of to-day ? Some of our Democratic friend aspir ing to positio...

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. — 30 October 1874

CHICAGO & ALTO?.? U RAILROAD. M IIo: Dimions. Brancli. c. w. " tomiaai; P m (SnoccMot to Wn. Mortock.) . iiii.i 1 1 I u. i " JKITERSOX CITY. MlSSOlltl. -.(It ' Lasts only Air a short time, TIR attention of the public U called to hit lino atock of Ott Good. Gmenrlt, Hunt ware and Notion. I100U and Nhoes, Hat and Caps. o. Highest market price paid for Ihnn prodnon. m " 1 lan.ia-.7Slv :kiei II&BLO J 1 1' 2 .f P 4 3 J r 1 ;1 III ROA1I KORM9 THE ONLY ALL RAIL kootu rrnm central MUsnnrt to all folnta IT. .Missouri,' Iowa, Illinois ASH AM, POINTS WEST NORTH KAST " 1'ititw Htatra Kxprcmi Ofllce, Hlrh Street. Jef ferron Citv. Missouri. ; ' J. QBIMSHAW.' Ticket Agent "77. E. MILLER. Qen'l Afient. ..' HOT7TS E A ST. 3 TRAINS DAILY! Leave St. Louis WITH PULLMAN PALACE CARS . THROUGH Without CHANGE TO Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, AND ' New ITork, On arrival of all Trains from the West. ONLY ONE CHANGE TO , Buffa...

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. — 30 October 1874

Thcr State Journal.- FRfbAY. OCTOBER 30. 'W4.-;t INDEPENDENT COUNTY TICKET. For Representative r. y ; W. A. CUBBY For Sheriff and Collector J.F. A. CLABENBAC1I. For Circuit Clerk JAMES M. MEBKIUTII." For Connty Clerk 1'iiiLLir tm. 1 For Judge CounlT Court "'' ALBERT M'ALTHEKS. for Treasurer O. II. dull.: For Prosecuting Attorney Kor Atoor ADAM BOUTZOXG. For Coroner For Constable Jefferson Township ClIAItXES COII AG EX. A Nt? UNCEMEXTS. 't ti ' BEPBE8ESTATIVE. We are authorized to announce John F. Fitz I nit rick mi nn lndccndcnt candidate for Repre sentative of Cole county. XR CIBCUIT JUDGE. Upon the solicitation of mimv voters of the First Judicial Circuit, without diHtinction of party, I announce inrxclf ns a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Judge. And in so doing, I will onlv iv, that if elected I will ondeavor to raillilully discharge the duties of - office. T. M. RICE. We are authorized to nnnoence Ocnnm W. Miller aa a Democratic caudldute for Judge of tue rim...

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. — 30 October 1874

TLo Ctato Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1874. . The War CUime. We 'demand the serious attention et every honest citixen and prudent tax-payer to a disclosure, the Importance of which cannot be over-estimated. We trust that evorjr man to whom Una paper may come If he Tallies the welfare of the Stato more than a triumph of party, will see that the facts herein stated are distributed at once ns widely as possible by local papers, hand Kills or otherwise . It has just oome to our knowledge that a considerable fund has been raised, and is now being mod, for the election and control of members of the Legislature. Persons who contributed to this fund do not in all cases know themselves the real object for which it Is to bo used. Some were asked to con tribute in aid of their favorite candidate for Unitod States Senator, and did so with the assurance that the money should be used tn assist the election of members fa vorable to him, but have just ascertained that other sums have been obtained...

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. — 30 October 1874

TZxo State Journal. ,;,l, -if -r ,' lool 2Tow . ;. i.,tr, t l.n ") : I i ! ( Tns . Tribune don't admire the Fortschr'tt now n much a It did. , 1 One limulro) und thirteen .mime nppcur on the lustration book vf Osage' Bluffs. ..' . Mh Jennie Clitlbourne, duiighlcr of Col. X, C. Clatbbarne of St. Louis, was married on the 3st lnst, to Mr.: K. M. Adams. ,ii i i -t . Our City Collector, Mr. N. Grleshum.iier, bas tccoived tbe ity tax-book for 1H74. uml will now proceed to make collection. ' We understand ' Hint Mr! Gcorgo Corning, propriolor of I lie (urge shoe shop ui tliu prison, bat sold out IiIk entire stock tind contract to n St. Louis firm. ,i .... I-, The 'Memphis'. Carthage and Xorth-wcsteru railroad in advertised to Imi Hold by trustees on the 21st of December next, on Heeount of failure to pay interest on bonds. , , Mis' 8alllc Sliced, duughter of Hon. John M. Sneed ofSedalia, was imnried to Mr. James C. Thompsou, Assistant Cashier ol the First Xj Uonnl C.'ink of Unit city. JVi...

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. — 6 November 1874

Tfl JrrruroL tttttt'f, slT I riTi n TITjfi IT TfT '.Til rWnltf J 1 ." a-'''-"! J' "'- V I .in nab c.f; Ci eV- t- Kiti r . " (ll'lt !; . ' I .mf" 't I "!! . VllVs '.Ml !i . . ) "le' i " .llj'l Km vitl'.t. NiK-!Wti, (ill '" V . !, I .M M .1.1' I .vkia 'I .ar (7Ki' yrrv - iu .noi !,):;- . ' .'J !l;i -.1 J . , 'f.l . 1 1 i. t. f-.-v i.ti JEFFEBSON CITY, MQ.V FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1874. rf t. NO. 46. I i ) Y gsUlilMl, Cray TtUxy , -I It jV...'!.-'' , 1 1 - ' ' . .)( rrt nH - u U l . '' - ...01 v .!.;- -if rTfilll .- i f- M il ." ;...( Tornu of VabacrlpUM I !..: Ingt ' copies, per y oat $1 60 Club, of ten per year. 1 SB Clubaas twealy, per year... JA 1 OS , -INVARIABLY IX ABVAXClC ' Physician & Surgeon. Rbii OFFICE In Popp'n building (up Mtnirs) i dtrwet. rrwet, i KKSIDEXCE, pral hounc cant of th rar Dr. 0.; A. THOMPSON, ' ' " V WILL rEACTICE MEOIChVE AND SURGERY, t : ' Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Buildin?. Dr.'A. C. DJLVZSOXT, ' ' OKFICK AND RESIDENCE. C or. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JE...

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. — 6 November 1874

-" 4 r The State Jourcnl. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER C, 181 We are exceedingly glad the election is over, and that we can now tttrn bur niton lion from the field ol politics. We shall 'lo w. The Joiuxal will heuceiorth.be devoted to literature and the spread of sound .lesson. In. every department ol science. We will nut refuse, however, to take n retrospective zlunce at the result when wo "lintl have more timo and Inclination to 'peculate tlmn at present. Sulllce it to that according to present indications, the Stulo has gone Democratic. The ma jority is possibly 75.0TK). This verifies our (ireitiction that it would bo close. Elsewhere wo give the returns from this .ounty. It will be seen that wo have whnllopcd :he democracy at Osage BJuffatull events. With this consolation, we button up our outs nnd bid litQatitc to the hordes of the ppositlon. ' The Bluff is our refuge. It shall bo'the lVople's Mecca vt Cole coun- IV. The following are the majorities o( the flicers elected i Hardli 850 Phil...

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. — 6 November 1874

5- ft Tki XriftlefxlieBsnr. GtaatUaalar Aa CaaOarSeeM hi Court. ' ma tbn Hear tort Surf, October nj ' . la ttfl km of theJersy Cltv'clergymiin yeeanT,'Pf. Itnbrki sld Mat tbeprose eutkJ war ready io tent their.case alter Baking aeUtenentiulThey had endear ored to obtain as witness Mm. Meltle King Gray stock, of the Infant Asylum of Cllaloa likwe New York, bat did not at firatwaacecd in igettlugiJier. ' No tlwy wen able to product lier, ts site wm in a neighboring .house and was willing to tes tify. . , . . - .. The uclenso wore willing to bear the witness I roip the infant Asylum, and slm was Kent tor. A reces s wan had for a few minutes."' When It wan known that the witness bad arrived and was in tho ante room , tire spectators were agitatnted, Gleiidenning braced biinsell to contVotit the woman, who, It was alleged, told Mrs. Miller that he visited ehensyluru to tnttke , arrangements to send Mary Pomery there. The door of the ante-room opened, and a plainly attired, honest-laced w...

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. — 6 November 1874

The Ctate Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1S74. RATES OF ADVERTISING One square, one week 1 00 AO 00 9 00 13 00 1H 00 WOO 3A 00 V 00 5 00 70 00 70 00 129 00 . eeen additional week. " three months... . " six months " one year doe-fourth column, three month. " , " lx month.. " " ' one year.... One-half column, three month. .. " " six month... " one year vue coiumn, kix montn.... one vear COLD-BLOODED PhlLlPS. We olten hear the remark made among Democrats that "Philips is n cold-blooded msu," but wn nppt-elictul the remark Is often made without a full understanding of Its significance. The speaker Is gener ally personally acquainted with Philips, and forms his opinion ol tho man's nnsvm pathotic nature merely from hi personal bearing;. He deems tho man cold and nil sympathizing from his habitual reserve and selfishness. There Is a certain personal atmosphere surrounding a raau, the breathing of which has an attractive or repulsive effect on thnso who come In contact with him. When a man d...

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. — 6 November 1874

JRAn.BOAD. i u it ;-i ! . t . l .'W TUB ROAM FOBMS THR OJtLY ALL RAIL Kmita from C.ntra MUnnnri to all rolnU - - TT flTeinATCn Tnia '. Tilts as. AVl ALL POINTi WEST NORTH BAST L'nltwt Btataa Kipraaa Oflee. High SlreaU Jef fnrsoa Citr. Missouri. " J. QSZHSHAWv Ticket Agent ' W. E. 10LLSB. Qtn'l Afent. ITaadalia ZlOUTil E A ST. TRAINS DAILY 1 Leave St. Louia TH F L .MAN rA I.AI.K I.AKS TEEOUQH Without CHANGE to AimiauayuiiO) : Cincinnati, Louisville; Chicago Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, AND Wow rork, On arrival of all Train from the West. I ONLY ONE CHANGE TO -Hani, Buffalo and Boston Tickets are for sale at the Company's office N. E. corner Fourth & Chestnut streets, St, Louis, and at the priucipul Kuilwav Offices in the West. CHARLES H ABCOCK, C. E. RUS8ELL. Southern Pass. Agent. W'tern Pass. Ag't. Dallas, Texas. Kansas City. JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT, General SupU. Genereal Pass. Agt., au30-tf Indium"1"!!. St. Louis. FASTEST TIME ON RECORD!...

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. — 6 November 1874

FRIDAY. NOVEMBKK 4. Wl.f. Our lightning calculate is loaned to IM Tlf bus Ar fcw days. 'Y The attention of our city father I most re fwctfully celled to the afreet light ou High imd Washington streets. ", :. The State Treroairy is exhausted. 'Joern inent employees aro paid In Wsrrsnt folMIie, cashing of Which they niUKt stand heavy shave. The public school girls- had their fun-on e lion liny. They divided off late ooiitk-st par ties to play Blacknian. Tbe Republican girl were in the majority. Hurrah for tbe girls. We bless their dear little soul. ... 1 THANKSGIVING.- -yJ fVnclamatloa my the President. Washington. Thursday. Oct. 1874." ' By tke Pretldent of the United Matct of America A Proclamation: We arc remin ded bv tbe change of seasons that it la time to pause iln our daily avocations and offer thanks to Aleiighty God for the mercies und abundance ef tbe year which is drawing to t close.. -, The blessing of free government continue to , be vouchsafed to u ; tbe earth ha reapond...

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. — 6 November 1874

mmmrn ' ''Mf V JHU-f JllV.' , miDAT, NOVEMBER 6, 1874. " ' PreiHent Grant of GalenT ' from Galena tetter m Cla. Saturday Klibt. Aa accurate account of the incidents connected with President ttraut's aoiooxa iu Galena. I believe, has never been lurn- lshad the press, and thinking that a brief , letter in reierenon were to wooimm prove raoinlerettlng to the many readers of Sat rdav NbrhL. I rawtoctfaltv auhmit Urn fol. lowing, claiming lor it the merit, if it pus I sesses Mone other, of plain unadulterated -2 truth : , . 1 . Ulysses S. Grant came to this city . trom t St. Louis iu September, MCU, and Imme Idiately eutered the survice of J, K. Grant, '.his father, leather dealer , whose business M .... HU1V Vf mm 111 VUMJV Ul V11IIIUU(HI tne uenerars brother and junior by ten years. - His salary was fixed at $40 per month, and was not increased so long as he remained iu the employ ol his father. ana during bis stay in Ualena be aid not acquire, euner ujr purcnuse or inner wise, n singl...

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. — 6 November 1874

i I ii fRID AY.1 NOVEMBER C. ,tl874. 1 . !.! -' KKBI TRTINOt t 'r ; Better to strive and climb. " And never reach the goal, Tbn to drift nloiiK with llmo An aimless, worthier soul. A jr. better to climb end full. Or sew, though Ihcvlcld lie small. Than to throw away day after day, , And never atrlve at all. , Loo&l News. lt won't do lor a man to buvo two wives. . The amount of money expended for trees In this county this fall ought to have It fruit by and bT. ' ,s Several now enterprise In Jefferson hut very few people know oftlieni they don't advertise. ' 1 ' The Stale Teachers' Association meeting in Jefferson City will enable our citizens to aliow thuir hospitality. What In the world alia Rurch his Journal lout night waa a dry as a boner Sedulia Item--rat We bad a "trader on htmd with Dr. Curry, to whom we have sold our interest In the Mud I ou Hotel, and of the proceed of which we pro pone erecting una of the finest printing house in the State. i' We arn that Messrs. Gliixe ...

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