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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 11 December 1874

State ourna VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1874. NO. 51 PuUialwd Evoryfxiday BY X. C. BURCII. Tonm of HnlMcriptlon Jltijfl copies, per yeai . 'Clubs of ten pur year..'. Clubf of twenty, per year 1.NVAU1AM.Y IN AOVANCK. : $1 SO . i a i oo Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILLrilACTICE MEDICi AND SURGERY. Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Building. Dr. &. C. OFFICE AND ItliSIPENCh, Oor. McCnrty & Jefferson Sis. , JEFFKKSOX CITY, MO. OSl'M hours 3 toH a. M. 1 to 2 cm. e. . , Jan.liMV. Physician & Surgeon. Offico nnil residence in Lnnikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fop2o-lv. Drs. Ryan Sz Miller, (SUCCESSOIIS TO DH. DOWNS.", DBIsTTISTS. t3T OFFICE in Popti's new building, over Kiel Brother dOe.t21-tt. DeWYL & NAGEL, ' (SUCCESSORS TO SIRS. BERRI.) OHUGGISTS AND APOTKEJA E I HIGH STREET, .ipfTrrson Citv, Mo HENRY NITOHY REAL ESTATE ABEKT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMI8 sion, 1'iiy Taxes, Itedeem Lands Sold fcr Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac...

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. — 11 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1874. KOIt MFMUEIt OK ',' CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. JOSEPH W. McCLUIMJ. , I OV CAMDEN COUNTY. "King Caucus" will dictate to thn Democratic Hrty Hie nox United Slate-, s. nn'or. Tho VriwM. nt In. dHlvcrcd miuilicr iibtc, ex oiiusiitc, win mill patriotic, im-a-wire. Hint nt II the Tribune is imt happy. IMv. ain't It y Uovurnor WnoJvm'ii iiiliitiii-nt of M. 1. Lewis Tiibllo Administrator ( St. l.ulx 001111 y, jiives t.:it-fm-lli.n to nil parties, it seem. ? The amoajiuciit or the Contitmliii repealing Uie proyUion renulriiipc tin- rrgUtration of vih lr I tarried l.y the following vote In Cimden. Stone a 11I W'ortli : Camdi-n. Yen, CM, Xc. 73: Sionr. Vr. an HO, 3fs; Worth. Yc,W73. Ko. 22. Tim Tiibuu- miv that the President's inc. aj;o "conliiin. ni.iliiiiif startling, mid in ah.nt ihaMalp paper as the previous mcs-axeii wuien nave t-iiilualtd from tlip President.'' I.ubtlcstho President will throw ilon n til, poo In despolr of ever wilting 1111 ....

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. — 11 December 1874

i M 1 i 71 Co greasa very eo sldcrnho rcdtictli Was made In the rates nf taxation nnd If the number or articles submitted to laxa tion the queitlon ' may-1 Well he aakodSrhethor or not in somo Instance nnwlselyj In connection with this subject too. I the opinion that tbn mean or col lectin? the revenue, especially from Ira port, bare been embarrassed hv ' ieg'sln. tion iDMto ranko it questionable whether or not large amounts are not Inn hv fail Wre to collect, to the direotlos of the treasury and to the prejudice of TUB INTERESTS OK HONEST IMPORTERS itml tax-payers. The Secretary of the lrensnry in his report furor lobulation looking to specie payments, thus support liisr the views previously expressed in this message, lie also recommend cconomv in appropriations, ami calls attention to the loss of revenue from repealing tho tax on tea nnd coffee without hcnnllt to the connnmer : recommends an increase of ten cents a irallon on whisk v. and luither that no modification be made in th...

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. — 11 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, DECEMDER 11. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week.... fl (M " mch additional week M " three month 6 00 " nix montl 9 00 ' one Tour 13 00 Otic-fourth column, three month in 00 " ' kIx month 33 00 " one year 3H 00 One-half column, three months 3.1 00 " ' six month" 4A 00 " " one year TO 00 One eolumn, "l.x month TO 00 " one renr 125 00 Col. Norman J. Oilman was not re elected President of the Stu'e Board of Agriculture. Tliu St. I mis Dispatch says Woodson has been a good Governor, hut it docs not say lie will make a pood United States Senator, St. Louis is to have, at an early day, an exhaustive speech on the linaiieial condi tion ol the country, delivered by that as tute financier. Henry Clay Dean. The Riilroad uiun havo met and again esolved to i-tsuo mi in ire, live passes. Tho last General assembly of Missouri made them forthcoming. Will thu next Legis lature bo as succcsstul. Tim Johnson County Democrat n.iincs 22 papers wiiieh openly suppo...

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. — 11 December 1874

tt Tho Stato Journal. are . no soldiers there ami then soro" ARKANSAS BANDITS. three miles distant, beaiitilully located on the Virginia holirhts,. Mount Vernon, the FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1874. "Home ol Washington" appear in view 1 Soon we landed at the little pier, and Two of the Singe and Traitif Kob , bers Captured. wondlnjr our way up a pleasant path, we stood before the TOMII OK WASIIIMITOX. If B . FROM WASHINGTON. The District Hue gaiLeanonn In street cleanlnKAmencas Mec- , ca All quiet at Fort Washington The Giille-Hore-d. ) Special Co.vospondence State Jourunl.1 : Washington Citv, Nov. 80, 1871. , Probably the best advertised man in - America itt the present time, Is lion. Alex ander H. Snopliord, late Governor, and ', former Vice-President of the Board of Public Works, oi tho District. "Boss" Shopliy m my culled. Ho has it nicm- TS.OtW- ftft,',s f"r the past f yoars&V'aiid during the last session oi Congress, "H-iss" Shepherd and tho IS inl of Puiilio Works, was the 'hue...

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. — 11 December 1874

The State J ournal FRIDAY. DKCEMBER .Hi :iH74,ki y r- y.-. LOCAL XEtVS. Dado county rejolccth ju,tl oyer it alac, Tl ev are fully worked nixl ptothubleV '...; ' . ' W ' ' - '" "There - colony of pole near Boiling Pralr c, Ind." Kx. . v ' What klndr Persimmon or Bean Pnler Yi ung foikit of H.c South-west :iro said to J l) Ing it for the winter. They arc getting mar- The Benton County Democrat" trots" nut a raudidatc for the Constitutional Convention one W. G. M'ear. An we predicted, the "fin In tire council with the Alderman fnn tho Third Ward, has b own over. Kill! comes out all right. "They are experimenting with female street car conductors In Savannah. Ga." Exchange. The city authorities should pass hii ordinance against that bortoi work. The Hebrew language i rend backwards." The Journal ha a correspondent whose manuscript have to be read backward and ev ry other way. He is not a Hebrew either. Allle. the wife of Joe Korc, who twlee nt tcsapted to kilt her, ha married a Mr. Bonl...

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. — 11 December 1874

21 mm IB fi II The State; Journal ;: FRIDAY, DECKMDER 11 , 1874. ., '. CQUXTY BO!tD!i UaZ itKLlKF.' " We notice tlmt our contontnorftriea are disputing, to name extent, ihfl prolwWH ties for thu pmMje nf n r-ti.inty bontl re-" lief moisnre, or Assumption Bill, by tlio State LejrUlature thU winter. In antne in stances the subject l treated with lalr ness. In other, it is evidently not pompre bended, nd, cnnscqnnntly, not justly eon sldereA. 'I'hiit the Ferguson Assumption pill o Inst winter wns exactly the correct thimi, wo are far from insisting. Rut wo do sav that some measure that will enablo the many counties and municipalities o( the 8tte, that, through the fraud or stu pidity of their officers have been sadly overreached and hopelessly involved, in their bond transactions, to sucecssiully and honorably extricate ' themselves from thfllr JnloraWo burdens, is absolutely necessary. Not in the interest of the bond holders, however, by any means. So far as they aro concerned, the co...

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. — 11 December 1874

'"52V OtatoJttfitial. L I fFKIOAY. DKCKMBEU 11, 1874. ) LOCAL NEWS. Household word." Pretty early (or late) to investigate. , Child stcullng 1 growing hu(ro common. Who i Dictator or the democratic party uny way! Tia said Hutch went fur a lawyer like a good fellow, Muj. Luk has all t!i" deeds lllcd In his idlirc recorded. . The new Gorman M. K. Church will lie dedi cated next 8ui.d.iy. The school children arc learning to lake great priJo in tht'ir monthly report". Psttison, on of McUratli's appointees, siys he won a cooking stove on the laic election. Capt. Chevalier wiM probably run this end of tho Si. Louis Di-puich during tin- session. The mail fmin the Kant will hereafter arrive at 2:53 p. m. instead of 3 p. in. How would il do to inuko a monopoly fur sa loi.ii here as they do in Fulton r The liuprovementa In tint way of building" in JeiTcrsou City this year show lor them-wlvcs. ,Au exchange thinks comfortable, court in;; cnii bo done t!m weather ntcliurclics mid funerals. "Show...

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. — 18 December 1874

a' f.'t VOL. 2. NO. 52. ,! JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1874. T The State ourna WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Pablislu& Stit7 Friday N. C. BURCII. Term, of 8ubcrlptlon I Jngl copies, pcryeai.... ..... flfiO Club of ten per year ... 1 So Club of twenty, per year 1 00 1NVAKIABI.Y IN ADVANCE. Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room SI, Frank Schmidt's Buildin?. Dr. A. C. DAVISON", OFFICE AND RESIDEXCh, (,1or. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JKFFEUSON CITY, MO. Oulce hours S to!) a. M., 1 to 3 P. M. V. M. Jan. Ki-l v. DR. JXTO. B AXSEXt, Physician & Surgeon. ftOfficc and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fan25-lv. Drs. Ryan & Miller, (SUCCESSORS TO DIt. DOWNS.! DENTISTS. 82jT OFFICE In Popp's new building, over Kiel Brothem iOct21-tf. DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BEKIU.) , DRUGGISTS AND APOTH E J A 1 E 3 HIGH STREET. Jefferson City, Mo HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. 1CYS AND SELLS LANB...

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. — 18 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, DECKMBER 18. 1874 I 6 With this week's number of our Weekly, we rloso its second volume. We return to our friends fcnd patrons our sincere llmnks Tor tho encouragement tlmy have given us in the past, promising to con tinue meriting their generous support in the future. The enterprise of publishing an independent Republican newspaper in Jel lorson City, at tho timu the Journal ivo started did not promise tho most gorge ous returns Imaginable, nor is the present the most auspicious in the world for ex lending the enterprise, But depending as we lmve done in tlio past upon the co-opo-ration of a generous public, we shall go forward striving to answer lully every du ty expected of us. There are difficulties n the way, there Is violent opposition to our frank, tearless, outspoken and impar tial manner of dealing with subjects which most concern the welfare nnd interests of the people, but we shall triumph over it, and vindicate, even to our foes and the sat isf...

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. — 18 December 1874

Tho Dtto Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1874. ii i i i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i ' Feeding and Fattening ' Ani mals. Edward Mason, ' of Dolrlt, Michigan, writes as follows to tho Western Rural of Chicago: ,, ,', A very auccesful leodcr of caltle savs that the best criterion of judging of the dis position of a beast to fatten quickly Is that peculiar soft, supple feel of the skin which is commonly culled "handling .well." This is generally accompanied by hair ot ti soft fine quality, in grout plenty. The eye should bo full and clear, the head well-lormod, the chest full, the ribs deep and well arched,' tlu Hanks well clown- the hips nearly level with the backbone, and in proportion to the rest of the cur- cuss as to width. When tat, the tail and rumi) ends should be level. The legs .should be ohort, and small in proportion to the carcass, as the offal will be light or heavy in proportion to tho weight ot the log-hono. Ho who buys a coarse ill made ox or oow to fatten gets "too much tor his mo...

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. — 18 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1874. Wo learn from Hon. John Monteith that Dr. Rend was on yesterday re-elected President of the State University, tor the ensuing year. - A lire tit Plnttsmouth, Nob., on Thurs day aiternoon, destroyed two buildings on the east Hide of the Court-house. Loss .1,000. Court-house slightly damaged. Gov. Woodson has issuJ writs of elec tion ordering the election of member of tho Constitutional Convention to bo held throughout the State on the 20th of Janu ary next. The La Grunge Democrat wants B. G. liooue, ot Henry, to bo the next speaker of the House, because it knows him to be eminently fitted for and worthy n the po sitian. Onr suspicions have been from the first that the Kansas Pacific train robbers were notes than an equal number of Kansas City roughs. Tiiu capture of McDanicI is the first step towards their confirmation. An unconstitutional convention, rather. Irom nil imitations, is the stvlo of body that the Governor's writs have ordered...

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. — 18 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, DECKMBEtt 18. 1874. , RETREATING ROBBERS. They Stop Near West port, Take a . Rest and Steal a Horse for Pastime. After Dividing their Currency and Gold Dust, They Mount Their Steed's and Slope. Further Particulars of Webster's Matinee at Muncic Full De scription of the Lend ing Men. Governor Silns Woodson Puts in His Lip and Tells Sheriff Boothc to go for Those Chaps. i From the K. C. Times of t lie lOtli. The "liirina robbery ot tho Wells-Fargo eqpress cui' on tlio Kansas Pacilia roud Tuesday evening, :it Miiuciu, was tho uni versal theme 1 discussion on tliu streets, vestorday. Everywhere ware heard ex- ". .r.. .... ..!... ... i... " dash and execution of tho perpetrators of the bold deed, mid at the case with which they succeeded in overcoming as entire train, intiinldatinr the offL-kls and m ak in r off with the spoils. Wild rumors of their arrest wero afloat during tho morn ing and many people holiuved that the money had Wen recovered. lint these repo...

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. — 18 December 1874

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1874.; LOCAL NEWS;' Duller In Lexington 40 centi ; eggs 25. ' V. A Iloiiry oouaty fumcr in flxbig to sorSto acres of (lax. ' Dressed turkey at Clinton, Mo,Yat 6 t-enta icr pouml. v . . - mi. . . 7 : i .. I. t . . . . u I i ...... 1. ..... 1 .1 j no uvni r mini rmm npi iri iitiiuirwti,H. .mi f MIIMVHi Will Mr. and Mn. John T. Clarke returned to the itV Wednesday afternoon. Turkeys In KlchuionJ fifty cents apiece; rl- bits tliree for quarter. About 60,000 bushels of wheat urn stored in Wnvcrly warehouses. It is gambling to live nt a high rate, trusting to lin k to meet the bill. Tliecml ofuwoniau's prayer is always "A men I" pronounced "man." Mr. F. L. Mintic, or 8dalia, will lie candl late for Enrolling Clerk or the next House. The wages or coopers iu Ste. Genevieve have been reduced to eleven cents for flour barrel!'. The Versailles Gnzolte speaks a good word for B. U. Boone, of Henry, for Stieuker of tlio Houc. ' Men or standing Those who n'-...

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. — 18 December 1874

TT a. .-- . ' ! ...... ..... ,. . 5 ivy... ,-.. J-.j - T,r ,. Jr A ft - V . V "MI .. M T I '. i The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1874, 1 in Tli a DUtrlct Court of the Unite! If. SUtea for the Western Dtatrlct , or niMonn. . . -J 1 Jn the matter of Till Mat, Barpt$, 1 before Regltter Cook, at Kama CUf. ' The fuel In tbl ease appear froar the nrnof to be follows. jf On December 28th, 1872, Nelictnltili Hol- f t-rW sinru deceased, recovered juiljjment Stnlnst Tills ami May belore the uocuni-r of Kansas City, ex-ofurio justie oi f i peace wltfcin the City, for iiso.au. . H On .fiintwrv 16th. 187.1. executiou iuccl on said judgment and was placeiM", . V hands ol the Citv Marshal ' who had l,u rf powers ol a nonstable within th City lira- Ii Tk ml. ,i, w norcr actually ' lvld on anv nronertv ol Till and May. On January 21. 1873. fourteen writs of attachment issued by justices ol the peace, of the township in whieb Kansas City is sit uated, were levied by the constablo "filial ' tow...

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. — 18 December 1874

The Dtate Journal. ' FRIDAY. DK.CKMP.EU 18, 1874 rKJAL NEWS. J There has lit en Issued to the officer elected at the recent elect inn, seven hundred and forty conunissttm. . , Major; Gentry, tiileftlin rarmrrV candidate fur UvenM.fi Of Hip Stnte, was uwrrW-d j ester day to Mrs. Kvo Withe r. of Soi!aH:i The psr lien will go Et on a bridal tour. The Scdnlia Baoo very sensibly remarks that "tUe felt huts worn ly Hie ludies now iiro jaunty, sensible affair. They e neat and tatelul. without being extravagant, mid will bear mi un told iiinmitit of lll-uuge licrorc becoming too thabtijr for for a genteel Wearer." Hon. Jarob Sep, t the latp election, via pin-, ted representative rrom the county f Montgnm cry. by a niHjority of one. Then was mump ills, satisfaction expressed at thin rvault.aiid Mr. See resigned. Accepting the resignation, the tiov ernor bus ordered n election to till the? vacancy to be held on tlip 2!Hh of I lecembe.-. Stockton, Cedar county, liu a mock State government and ...

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. — 25 December 1874

SL . WiEV3ai'i.. . Jefferson City State Journal (V) Deo, 25, 187lM)ec. 17, 1875 DL. 3. 776 JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1874. NO. 1. The State Jouriia EEKLY STATE JOURNAL, bfblishii Enry Friday Bl N. C. BUKCH. Term, of Subscription I Jlngl copies, pcryeni (1 60 dubs of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 IXVARIAIILY IN ADYANCT.. Ir. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE EDICi 'E AND SURGERY. Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Building. pDr. A. C. D ATTTSOIT, OFFICE AND UESIDEXCL, por. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. i Otllec hours S toH a. m., 1 to 2 r. M. t M. Jnn.10.lv. SH. JXTO. BASER, ; Physician & Surgeon. Office aud residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap25.lv. bjD&WTL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHEJA 1 HIGH STREET, JefTerson City, Mo C.W. LOHHAN, " (Successor to W. II. Morlook.) '' . JEFFEBSON CITY. MISSOURI. TUB attention of the pnblto is called to his fine stock of Dry Goods, Gro...

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. — 25 December 1874

Tiie State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2.ri. 1874. SUBSCRIBE ! SUBSCRIBE ! Now h the time to form bu1 scription ,clabs for the "Weekly State Journal. See terms on first page; Wo will furnish . , - SCIUBNER'S MONTHLY :uul the State Joukxai. at $l.o0 per annum. ST. NICHOLAS and tho State Journal, $3.75 per nnnum. Remit by draft or postal order to N. C. BURCH, Proprietor State Journal, Jef ferson City, Missouri. We wish our readers, one untl nil, a Merry Christmas. May they live to enjoy nany a Christmas day to come, growing richer and happier as they grow older. 'Hie grading of the Washington Cincin aatl and St. Louis Narrow-gunge railroad from Harrisonburg to Bridgewater is com rioted, and the whole road from Rockingham, Va., to a point beyond San gcrsville is ready for the ties and iron The next section has boon U;t to J. W. F, A'.lemong. The St. Louis Dumocrat still insists that in order has been issued tor the sale of the bonds of the United States belonging to the School and Semina...

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. — 25 December 1874

The State Journal. - 'A IHKOttAll BCttlDK. " A Young AImcIimi Take Polioa, lApn ' Week and Die.. j An Untxpluineil Myntery. From the Duily Journnl uf Ihe 22 1.1 Joseph Kulilratm lived with hi purcM in tlie wct enJ of the city. IIo was n yuunjj 111:111 of indtiMrionft luibit, nnd roihI rcptitutlon. ultci live to din bindlicus titnj enijoyed I he conlidi'iicc of ill nix ai'qiwintnncp. II wiw rc:iinulil,v tompcratp in living and altogether win rcimlcd m a Very piod nud worthy young num. lie was a butcher by trade and hd been employed t tlw Pork Hotie. Lust, Tliiirmluy a week ago the yonnj( mini in question applied to the drui store of Dr. Sui pan for noino rat poison. Mr. (ins. Ilcnsel. clerk of U10 cttlilimetit. answered thitt lie could bo auttplird with the article Phosphor ous Paste mid that the quantity dcidred would bo 20 cents, lie did not Iihvo but 15 cents and wanted the clerk to give 13 cents worth of arsenic. Which was refused, and he left. Fri day the dav after lie returned ...

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. — 25 December 1874

The Otate Journal, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1874. The Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy railroad have recent If purchased, iiml are now using In their shops, the Chnfa Pipe Threading machine. The Henry County Democrat is out for lion. Waldo P. J obi; son for Delegate to the Stuto Convention. It also lms u good word for .1. IV Gantt for the same posi tion. It is a serious question in tho mind ot Hannny, of tho Versuilea Ongelte, whfther or not the Constitutional Convention Is auspicious of future suecesa to tho Demo cratic party ol Missouri. From an urtiolo that appears in the St. Jose ill Gazette it would appear that tho convicts of our penitentiaries generally, are mueli better treated than they deserve to be. The opinions of philanthropists and benefactors of niai.kiud are met with sneers, and the right," of convicts, (for oven a convict has rights) are treated with scorn. Hut tho Gazette need not supposo its sarcastiu remarks concerning philanthropists apply to any of the gen tlemen in ...

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