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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

State J ourna lie VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. NO. 48. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week (I 00 " each additional week 60 " three month 6 00 " aix months 0 00 " one year 13 00 One-fourth column, three month in 00 " six months S3 00 one year 3fl 00 One-half column, three months 8ft 00 " " six month 45 00 " one year 70 00 One column, six months 70 00 " one vear 125 00 FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IX Books fc Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CIIUO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. A pent for Faiivhild' Gobi Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, iec.27.'72-iY JeffersonCity, Mo HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMI8 sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes. Procure Patents. Ac. Office over White Janvier's store, ITi-tj (Street acc.n viai MADISON HOTEL, B H. McCAItTY A SON, Prop'ra. Main and Madison Sts., JeaTersoa City, Mssouri mHIS NEW HOTEL HAS BEEN FUR. JL ni...

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. — 20 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. H74. PROCLAMATION. In compliance with a cutim utmost unlvcr snlly prevailing throuclmut tlio I'nitel Stntrs, and one which l p ncnilly approved by tin people, I, Silas M'uoil-on, 'Jovi nior cif lli Slats of JIi-dn I. ito hereby iippoint Thursday, the Jiltli day of tlio present month, a a day of nub lie tlumklvin? ami praie t ) Cod by the peo llt of thin Stati. In testimony whi-reof. J Iihvc hereunto m l my i hand anil rallied the prciit seul of the 'Ji1 Stato to Imiillixi-.l. SILAS WOODSON. l!y lh (iovenmr: Kl'IIK.NK V. Wkiuki., Secretary of State. By Cm. Sciiackki., Chief Clerk. Lewis county cattle :iru dying with tlic black tongue." Tin- Tribune thinks its party can get along without a leader. A well defined line will now bu drawn between liaril ami paper money patriots. Another Sim.Uori.il candidate is loom ing up Gen. A. W. Donophau o. Hay. "Ten Old Maids," just out of the press, is a recent bookseller's announcement. Then there are ten 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. — 20 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1874. DISCOCRAUED TO DEATH. A Young Uerman Drives to Suicide by De- pontlency. . Emll Kuhn, a young Gerinnii ti;n painter, hot himself about noon to-day at Jlrnry Her man's saloon, No. SIS North Third street. The nail entered the left side between the seventh and eighth ribs, prodiiiiiiga very dangerous awl probably fatal wound. Tlie young man was taken to tlio Board of Health office and from there conveyed to the City Hospital. Kuhn is a married man, 34 years of n-re. and has ono child. Ho etime to St. Louis from Kan sas City only a few days ago. It is snid that he failed in obtaining the employment he had ex pected, and that brooming despondent ho con cluded to end his troubles in dentil. Before shooting hitnclf lie wrote the follow ing letters addressed to hi wilo and the Coro ner: My Dear EliznHcth Margtirolh : I can say nothing farther than that pardon ; I believe I have become crazy. O, Mairgie. 1 have loved you dearly. Farewell. May you...

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. — 20 November 1874

The. State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1874. Joplin scut out 7 tons of zinc blende last week. Notwithstanding thu result of tho late election, Gov. Woodson is too inueli en gaged in hunting buffalo to issno n pro clamation for Thanksgiving. Cool. The Tribune's accusing the Joru SAL ot a want ot originality. If tliv Tri bune has any to sell it is singular that it should go ten years without advertising it. The election is over, but the ye.irn for Penitentiary convicts ut the Warrensburg stone quarries hasn't ceased. And wo shall not cease to yearn lor equal rights. Standard. Dr. Prottsman, of the Brownsville Her ald, after poking n little fun at Dr. A. Y. Hull, of the Sedalia Democrat, names him as President ot the next Constitutional Convention of Missouri. Too bad. Tiio Tribune's pretending to be an average rei.dcr of the Journal, when there are strangers in town who may not be acquainted with the facts. We as sure them that no inure intelligent com munity than this can be found ...

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. — 20 November 1874

31 xne state journal. ! FRIDAY, KOVEMDEU 20, 1874. Woman in the Printing OHlcc. The introduction of women into the printing office is often spoken ot, of late years. It is referred to with pride, ns being a special proof of the liberality of printers of this generation,, and not a few of the craft believe it to be a boon for which they expect women to be du ly grateful. But this notion is founded upon an error ; our fore fathers recognized the value of wo men in the printing office, and we read of many instances in which they were intrusted with weighty responsibilities. It is true that the proportion of female compositors as compared with the male was much less than at present : yet tho fact existed all the same, and our pio neer women printers date their ad vent some fifty years before the Declaration of Independence. The steady increase in number and use fulness of this class is but a growth and development as natural as it has been beneficial. It shows what persistence and patie...

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. — 20 November 1874

Tlie State Journal. FRIDAY. XOVKMIiEK 20. 1874. AXXOfNCKMENTS. We nre nulhorlxcd to announce Morris t.nudi'l at it candidate lor Alderman in iliu Second Wind. We lira untliiii'l.i d to announco Joseph Heln. rlcbs an n candidate for Alderman In tho Second Ward, ut the . lection on Saturday- next. nnvlrtwltdto P I C K - V I 8 . Oh, tli! beautiful snow. (Julio a oun,' winicr Is upon p.. Next Thursday Is Thanksgiving day. Hon. Geo. O. Vest Is iu the eltv. Kx-Uovcrnor Fletcher was In I he city yester day. Uen. Win. Shields of St Louis was in the city yesterday. Young Pcabody's case in tbe Coin circuit ;ourt went ovT till Monday. Betwccu live mid six hundred commissions lmve been issued lo county officers this week. John K. Craven. K., or Kansas City, v.ns at the .'.lldlnon yesterday. Kust of the Tribune was very light on the .loi'lt.NAL. yesterday. We think he Is Improving. Amos Green of Kansas City was In the city yesterday. Governor cleet Hardin will bo in the city hi a lay or so, it i...

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. — 20 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1874. In U. S. Circuit Court, West ern District of Missouri, November Term, 1874. JOHN CONOVER, EXECUTOR, ETC., VS. MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE ISSUANCE COMPANY. 1. W here no specific and distinct reference was made in the policy to the written applies tion the statements In the latter, although it re ferred to the policy anil contained a warranty, were considered m representations nnd not as warranties. The reecut leading case on this autn.H'ut cited. i. Where the policy itself contain n condi tion Unit If the statements made by the applicant in the negotiations for the policy shall prove im true, the policy shall be void, untruthful an swers to material questions relating to the health and habits of the assured will deleat the right to recover thereon, though tho matters misrepresented did not cause or contribute to ills death. 3. The act of the Missouri Legislature, of Mul ch 23, 1874, commented on anil held not to applv to the case in judgme...

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. — 20 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. XOVEMIIKK 20. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. We inisscd It In spelling asylum the other day. But then we spelled hug ill rlKht. The heavy nun of tlio Trlhuue ought to b able to write a good article on "dorgs." Who Invented an axsyltim fur linens-Tribune. Why, you fool you, the Tribune oftieo Invent or of course. The Tribune editor Is an as-tute fellow. There ought to be an as-vlutn for creature of hi kind If there aim. It. Fulford's ' Hnscndale" Dramatic Troupe l to commenee a seawm at Boise citv, Oregon, hov. 8. " Joe Murphy, In " Maum Cre." commenced an engagement Monday night in the Arch Street. Philadelphia. Col. C. W. Coombs, prospective Adjutant-General of Missouri, was in town yesterday. He is prepaiiug to remove his family hither we learn. What is the use of the Tribune folks p ttlng madf We spelled their namea all right in the hog article the other day. But then some peo ple always like to grunt anrwav. We understand that the roof of the pork house caught fire...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

1 The State J oiirnai. : : SUPPLEMENT. Ftblitfcei Story Friday N. C. BURCII. T.riu. of ttabucrlptlnn t ingrl copies, per yeiu (1 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 35 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 ' JWAIttAULY IX ADVACTtt. SR. JXTO. SJUSSR, Physician & : Surgeon. OKKIPIS In Popp's building (up stairs) High street. 3T RESIDENCE tirnl house east of th Mark) Mouse, fnir.'.'i-lv. Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Building. II. II. JOHNSON. J. 8. 1IOTSFOP.D JOHNSON & ROTSFORD, A T T O K N E Y S - A T - L A W Jefferson City, Missouri. WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Cases in the United States Circuit and District Courts. dec.27-tf. W. It. HOPKINS, ATTORN E Y - A T - L A W , Ileal Estate and Collecing Agent. w State. ILL PAY TAXE3 AND REDEEM lands sold for taxes in any county in tlitv. ltefers to Messrs. Curry & Kirbv, Hunkers Jefferson City, Mo. t Hon. 8. 8. Burdett, M'C Mo; Hon. Hack. .1. Learning, ScdHla, Mo dec.27l HENRY NITCHY REAL EST...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

STATE JOURNAL SUFFLIMEHT. The Republican thinks the Senatorial contest has narrowed down to Cockrell nnd Phelps; but then the Republican dosn't hit the nail on tho head every time. 1 Tribuno. It hits been Insisted all nlong that the Tribune wait In favor ot some other man being struck by lightning even Woodson. Thosu democrats, who, having' their fa vorites lor U. S. Senator next winter, manifestad delight over the defeat of Hutchlns, now, that their mistake is dis covered, hasten to correct false imprcs (.ion?, nnd declare tliat ho has had their cympnthies all tint time. They will doubt less have Hutchins' sympathy, but very little nl his influence. EVOMOMV. Below wo give an extract Irom a demo cratic paper showing the advisability of an adjourned session of the legislature, indeed. now that the democratic party has insisted on a constitutional conven tion, that it is necessary. Hut that it may he seen how divided are leading demo cratic papers on the question of retrench ment. We ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

Wholesale Ciitlbeb- Our efficient city milrslnii, All. lirant, has in the last ten days don more aotnil Bertie to this region, thun n Imll-dozon ordinary sheriffs in twice as many mouths. Alter nearly a year of quiet, planning and scouting, he ha mnd one jrrsind sweeping raid on the zng nt tiorse-tiuevos, mat nave in tested Western Missouri ever since the war. Since Friday ot lust week, he nnd his cn workers have arrested nlno parties charg ed with twins concerned in the lung-eon tinned piracies in horseflesh. I hey nre Win. wlngn and Malthow Duncan, ol the neighborhood or Brownsville ; Jim Pnvis, orWaverlv; Jas Artnr fnrinely iiroiu-ie tor ol the Mammoth St iblu In this place, but more recehtlv of Kansas f Ml v ; 1). S. Kester, captured on (ioorjre Kennedy's horse, near independence ; A.L. 11. Hall bettor known as "Yankee Hall." l May view j nnd Wm. U'iker, John Crnijr, nnd J hos. Price, of tliis city. 1 he last is a young man well connected in Lexington, and we trust, for tlio sak...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

COAL. We often have specimens brought to us of something dug out of the ground, the finder of which is sanguine that he is on toe verse ot u deposit of something valu able, lately a gentleman showed us omething that he was certain indicated Cie proximity of a vein of coal. Now if our render will excuse us. we will indulge in a little geological talk, theologically speaking, JefTersun City Mands on a very oM country. The rocks hereabouts belong to w hat geologists call liie lowerSiliuian fiy-matiou, and comprise ilw oldest sedimentary rock. Thev con tain very scanty traces ol life, either mil oial or vegetable. Hut very lew fossils are found in our "cotton rock," which is among the oldest of the Silurian deposits. The coal deposits arc touud in a much Inter formation. Vein of coal occur in tocks deposited ages alter the formation i f the .Silurian, which rocks are known as the carboniferous. They lie above the Si lurian, and where none of the intermediate locks are missing, there is ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

THANKSGIVING. Proclamation ay the President. TV ashinotox, Thursday. Oct. 39, M74. By the Pretident of the United Statet of AmericaA Proclamation: We are remin ded bv the change of season that it la time to pause in our dally avocation and offer thank to Almighty God for the inerclo and abundance of tlio year which la drawing to clone. The blowing of free government continue to be vouchsafed to u; Hie earth hn responded to the labor of the husbandman ; the land ha been free from pestilence; internal order Ik being maintained in id peace with other power lis prevailed. It I fitting thnt, at Hinted periods, we alioutd cease from our accustomed pursuita, and from the turmoil of our dally Uvea, and unite In thankfulness for the blessing of the past ami In the cultivation of kindly feeling to wurdenuh other. Now, therefoi. recognizing tlieso eonsidcru Uona, I, Ulysses S. Graut, President of tho Uni ted State, do recommend to all citizen to as semble at their respective place of worship o...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

I- 'I i ! Hiil tiuU-A Boston boy. I ' ' 'lO I It is the new girl who sweep clean. , . Tho county court will adjourn Saturday. 'J hcv do say nbroad that Nibson is jeal ou of Patti. Tho Tribune don't like to have "a lio nailed.- . .. i ; -. - , v " The Tribune don't fear anything else now but the "ru9t." Our exchanges are full ol flection re turns.' No news. Tho Trihuno is terribly (lightened nbout the "rust." Wo regrci to learn that Mrs. W. J. I'nllmeycr lias been verv ill lor several days. The Secretary ol War has delivered a deed to the city of St. Louis conveying Xyon Monument Park. A new ten-n'm allnv is beinir erected in tlie rear ot Concert Saloon, j Hog slaughtering was commenced in j earnest at the pork house yesterday. ; We hope tho "rust" wont send its dis- I vouring elements into the Tribune office. II any man leave a door open now, j shoot him on tho spot. Trioo Is recommended for persons en gaged in active, nervous pursuits. What is that which ties two persons, but only ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

i n n lit it II KLECTIOX RETURNS. ' I The Next Legislature. 8KXATOIM. ., ' , First Dlstrlet A. E. Wyatt, rep. Second District Waller Young, dem. Third District J. R. Deller, dem. Fifth District M. T. C. William, rep. Seventh District T. L. Brace, dem. Nlntn District D. It. Mclntyre, dem. Eleventh District-Wm. J. O ate wood, dem. Twelfth District George K. Biggs, dem. Fifteenth District Joshua LaTJue. dem. Seventeenth District J. II. Strothcr, dem. Nineteenth District J. M. Puttlson, dem. Twenty-first District .Limes Halllgan, dem, Twenty-third District F. A. Bor.icr.deui. Twenty-fourth District Peter Ake, dem. Twenty-fifth District T. J. O. Morrisson, D. Twenty-seventh District J. Ed Belch, dem. Twenty-eighth District S. S. Abney, dem. Twenty-ninth District J. C. Mctilnnis, rep. Thirtieth District Autbony Ittner, rep. Tbirty-lrat District Celsus Price, dem. Tiirty-second District .John II. Terry, drm. Thirty-third District M. II. Phelnn, dem. Thirty-fourth District W. P. Thompson. I...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 November 1874

- Iooal XTot7D Hon. TruSnU. lsti IbdrbaCtb Jwiraal had occasion to tar great many good words previou to the election, has been again elected to the Legislature and the people ol the Seventh District have shown wisdom in their choice. Mr. fostlaan honest man, a njan of, rosl ability and, iurlhertiOrejF one who Will noi fear If the future, a lit .ha fulled toot In Ihe "past, to op pows the Rebellion of plunder which will origi nate during the winter at Jefferson City. There Is a prorpei't thut the eomlng session will be prolific in steals and the presence of such men as Mr. Post In the Legislature Is the only safe guard of the people PI. Louis Journal. The membres of Grace Church congregation and other friend' of Rev. J. 1. Fugett will take an Interest In tho following note from liiin to a friend here t ' CllUKdl TIomk, Broadway, ) HAl.TMfOKK. Mi., Nor. 8, 1W74, $ . My Dear Friend: 'My lua1itora lungs' arc nearly gone. She may (lie any time, or nmv live for awhile Iwasbitdly hurt itt ...

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. — 27 November 1874

The State Journal VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1874. NO. 49. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 'One iquare, one week fl 00 " each additional week 50 " three month 6 00 " aix months 0 00 " one year 13 00 One-fourth column, three months IS 00 " " tlx months 15 00 " " one year t 00 One-half column, three months 85 00 " six month 45 00 one year 70 00 One column, six month TO 00 " one Tear 125 00 LIVEUY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. BENJAMIN McGILL SHOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE public that he is now prepared to autom ate them in the Livery business at the cor ner of Main and Monroe streets, where he will do a general livery, feed and sale business. Horse kept by the day, week or month. Hiding and buggy horses constantly on hand and of the best. Give me a call. Jdec. 27. 1872-tf V Wti. B. Hooklar, jr., DF.ALF.lt IS WOOL, HIDES, PELTS, FURS, FEATHERS, AND ; ' All -Kinds ot Country Produce ! HIGHEST PRICES PAID. IN CASH. 127 West High Street, bet. Washington . and Jefferson, (J. A. Henry...

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. — 27 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1874. FOII BIEMHKK OK ' j CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, " JOSEPH W, MeCLURO. We speak elschcre oftho approaching Constitutional Convention nnd of this probable nnimus of the dominant party fa calling iU Whether our judgment of the matter is right or wrong, whether (ho Bourbons desire to reverse the decrees ol (ate in the last fifteen years, or not, there is no one in this District upon whom we could more safoly rely to serve as a mem ber of the convention, than Hon. Jos. W. McClurg. We suggest him as n member of the convention. The narrow gauge (railway between Kansas City and Independence is doing a good business. Five school-houses nave been burned in Wayne county durlp; the past year. The county is strongly democratic. A terrific storm visited the city of Tus cumbia, Alabama, last Monday evening. Half the town was laid in ruins, nnd a number of persons killed. Yon, they've Rot a victory, the democrat have, but as tlie St. Louts Democrat nay: "...

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. — 27 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2 7. 1874. IX A CHTJRCHTABD. The lonesome wind of autumn grift; The northern light are Keen ; October sheds her changing leaves Upou the churchyard green, Where, sitting pensive in the sun, While fading grasses wave, I watch tlie crickets leap and run Upon a stranger' grave. It. There is no sigh of fluttering leaf, No snb ol rustling grass; The breeze e'er this place of grief In breathless whispers punt ; Yet, like a murincr in a dream, Purls on that Insee: voice . Th it vacant tone which does not seem To mourn or to rejoice. III. A tone that hath no soothing grace, A tone that nothing saith; A tone Hint's like this solemn place Of memory, fears, ami death It darkens hope, it dceens gloom, Black fctir, and doubt profound; Turning the silence of the tomb To more mysterious sound. IV. There's night upon the face of laiae ; There's night on beauty's eyts; Nor pure renown nor glorious shame From nut their ashes rise. In vain the shrines of prayer are ...

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. — 27 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1874. The De Soto people are hoping to hnvo the machine shop of the Iron Mountain Railroad located in thai town soon. Geo. Robbins has fold his farm of 200 acre, near Aullville, to James F. Down ing at about 940 per acre. The Lexington Caucasian ot last week notes a sale of 60 head of stock hogs at $1.60 per head. Kev. J. II. Byers, formerly pastor oi the Assombly Presbyterian Church in Lexing ton, has just taken charge of a con grega tion in Colusa. California. Gen. Ord received $4,000 from the branch aid society at Cleveland, ()., on Thursday, lor the Nebraska grasshopper HuuVrers. A Mrs. Hannah, of Moburly, has made and sold during the past year, 1,043 pounds ot butter, the yield of five cows. "And that's what's the matter with Hannah." The Missouri. Kansas and Texas rail road company have notified the Xew York stock exchange ol their intention to issue (tight million dollars of preferred stock, in shares of one hundred dollars each. In the...

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