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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 25 December 1874

m Tho Otato Journal. v FRIDAY.' DECEMBER 25, 1874. ; ' !l ' Prepare for Winter. It is important that tho stall, fold, ird pens should be in readiness to receive toek belore winter sets in. Supply lln ni well with food. and be ready to shHtoi them as soon as Is needful Loss ol flesh by hunger and suffering Is a miserable preparation for winter. Alilrh cows espec ially tired extra care. The milk drawn from them daily Is a heavy dr.ilt upon the animal heat, and for this reason they need warmer shelter than would oth erwise bit necessary. With respect to warmth, wo would place the milch cows In the warmest, the work in? oxen in the next warmest, next tho com mon stock, then the cuttle but partly (tit toned, nnd. last of all, those nearly ready to be sold as premium catte. The horse should havo warm stables, but ventilated, and not too near other stock,' as the horse needs pure air and should not be cum pel led tti breathe, over and over ajrii'n, his own breath, or that of other animals....

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. — 25 December 1874

The State Journal.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2V 1874. LOCAL NEWS. flip lour saloon of aiol'ton, areo ding to the Veeord, take In SiViO, a d iy 1m; d.'lnks and Uan. W ,'''' . C ' cs of 20,000 inhuhi'nnts are still required bv it e Const , ution to have their voters regis tered. - ,. The township In which Lsgrangc in sltuati d is considering the propria:)' of voting aid ton rolling mill. Col. O over, member of Congress from Hip 12tti district, lii accotnpnnied hy hi tttily In Washington thin winter. Ed. Lilisenbiirth win In town yesterday, lie li doing a prosperous business nt Pratt's Mills, as he deserves to do. A man near Giiiisvillo, in Itcnlnn I'onnty. shot an 1 killed fourteen prrirle chickens at one ho an any one heat this? All of the officers of the I'nitcd Strtc Courts wil henceforth he found in their new iiiurters on Mail! street. The Carrollton Record Is In favor of W. It. Uorers,'.f Tivntoii, for member of ConStitu Uonal Convention. A ilcniocniiie convention l culleil to meet at Fa...

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. — 25 December 1874

The State Journal. I'M DAY. DECEMBER 25. 1874. ' A Noble Institution. ' !.,. . . ' ..'it. ' - : AUONIIMKNT TO THE AMI1ITI0H AND IN Tfcl.LtOESCF. OF THE NEGRO RACK THE 'IS9TITLTIOS VOlTNHEI IIY A COLOllED ItKC.IMF.XT OVT OK ITS PAY. 3pciv.il Correspondent of The l'res.J .Ikkkeiisos Crrr, Mo., Nov. 15. 1874. In tho Miburhs ol Jefferson City, over ly looking tho '"' ,r,,m !,s ninenee upon Ihu highest elevation in tho eity, Mnnds Lincoln Institute. Many nf the men ot the frit Colored ITniteii State Infiintryhavin;r learned to reail urn! write dui-liiir their ser viee iii Louisiana antl Texas, Captain Rich nnl u. Foster eawially remarked mat it wiv a pity those men should (liul no school op tliolr votnrn where tlny might linish nn education so happily begun. His remark was met by lliu (piestion, "If our regi ment wiil jtive money enough to start a school, will you take charge t it P" An imk'fl i it o though not discouraging an swer b"ing given, the result was the con tribution ot (ti.iHi...

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. — 25 December 1874

Thb Otato Journal. FKIDAT. DECEMBER 25. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. Several of our Inland tillage exchange bare each column or two filled by the "high dim" of the public school. The Tlptonlan arc on the tip-toe for another rallraad and to prevent their common pleas court being abolished. From all part ol the country comes the cheer lug Intelligence that winter wheat Is looking re markably line and give promise of an abundant harvet. The dy I at hand when tt will he no more harm to' kill a csrpet-baagcr than u moccasin snake. St. Louis Dispatch. Milo Blair very wickedly oners "Hutch" for tlie Ort and Doc. Hull for the second. Owing to the scarcity of feed in 8aline, aiinv of the runner are economizing by building sbcltel for the stock. They claim that they can save at least twenty-five per vent, by keeping their atovk well sheltered. The passage way lcudlng from the Cnpitol building back has been completed and christen ed "the tunnel." The architect and buililer. Commissioner Winston, deserve ...

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. — 1 January 1875

Jotima K 1 J J tie vol; 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1875. NO. 2. i "WEEKLY STATU JOURNAL, Fallishsd E?3iy Friday X. C. 15UKCII., Terms of Subscription i .'iligl copies, per yea i ?l fill Olulu of ton per year 1 25 Club of twenty, per your 1 00 l.SVAltUllI.Y IN AHVANCK. BaBwawwrrwMii'ii.iw'?i'it--w-"Jmww DrTa A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE Fv5EQIQi 'E A3D SURGERY. Room 3, Trunk Schmidt's Buiid'tnir. Dr. JSu. C. SJ.&'SriSQT, OFFICE AM) IvKSIDKXCfc. Cor. McCarty & Jederson Srs. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. O:!lco hours S ui a. m.. 1 lo 2 r. m. M. Jun.in-Iv. Physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lnnlkin's uew building, opposite National Exehanffe Bank. rup2.viv, DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BERRI.) DR UGGISTS AND APOTHEJA ! HIGH STREET. Jefferson City, Mo HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. T3UYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS-, i m 81011, 1'ay i axes, ucuccui uunus ooiu lor Tuxes, Procure Patcuts. &e. (is t over White Janvier's store. High ...

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. — 1 January 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1875. What's the use o( aiwav fretting Over III that can't lie cured? What's the ue of finding fault with What we know must be endured? Doe It initke our burden lighter If we grumble Hi-nth the load? lines it make lire's pathway smoother If we fret about the road? Better tine our time, limit fill it Full of nigh and vain regrets Over mime imagined blunder An docs he who always fret. PICK. VPS. Oood nun iiinit ! Evcrbodv call and Nee us. All hail ! The Journal now greets its patrons li'oin its spang splinter new office. It is denied that Governor Hardin is opposed to capital punishment. "Love is un internal transport." The siimc illicit be said of a canal boat. DcKulh county tins tlie whisky iiuotioj ua der dNcussion. Muysviile schools have recessed until the first Monday In January, Tuesday, January Oth, will be election day in Jefrrson City. The Missouri Legislature Wednesday. will meet nest 0i or (!. Itun h's office will hereafter be in the Jo...

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. — 1 January 1875

Teachers' Association. The thirteenth annual meeting of the Mis souri State Teachers' Association convened at the new Court 1111 In thin city Tncsday evenlug. Quite a Urge crowd were present. The president of the association, Q. L. Os borne, called the meeting to order, and by re quest Rev. M. M. Fisher, of Fulton, led In prayer. After a few preliminary remarks by the presi dent, Judge Krekel delivered the following WELCOMING ADDRESS: Judze Krekel commenced by Baying that tho privilege, had been accorded him to welcome the members ot the State Teachers1 Association, and their friends as well as the friends of education gener ally to oar city. The honor conierred by the meeting in this citv was duly appreci ated, and tat appreciation he was sure our citizens won Id show by making the stay of the members and their friends as pleasant as it is in their power to make it. lie allnded to the general interest mani fested by the people, and especially vota ries, in tho cause. of education. ...

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. — 1 January 1875

The State Journal. U FlilUAY. JAKUAKY 1. lH7.i.v ' One ol the ino-t odious lealitres ol Ihe present Constitution of Missouri is this: Ait'. IV," See: XXIX. The Cioi:era! As sembly shall have no power to make ro u pcnsation lor cmancip -ited slave. Ii will bfl the first and l ist duly of the Con-iim- ti mil Convention soon to hi ted. to see to it tliiit no such provision di-li.rm -tlio next Constitution r.f t'v State. On tin' llth ii.Miui , s i the II It c uni ty SiMitinel, a serious accident befell Mr. Tims. CI. Denny near (ir.iut, i i I it-k l Umiiship. lb-started from li m' willi :i tilitl" team with tin.1 n.tfiition of going to Luman's mill. By some iiiimus the line got under tin- I ol tin- tongue, .nid Mr. Denny sdloinpicd to walk out between Ihe frillies on the loigtie to disengage tlio line wl rii tin) team lieenine frighn'ticil mid started to run. Mr. 1)., in try ing t leap from his perilous position, was thrown un der the refractory animals ami badly hruis ed on llie hiis an...

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. — 1 January 1875

I : f TheStat J ournal. " ' FRIDAY.' '-TANUAI5Y 1. 17.0."! . , i 1 . SCHURZ'S SUCCESSOR . 1 s - " " ' ' ' ' A Lively; Review of the Coming Scnatoriiil Contest.' , ,., ' ft orrrspO ' Ii'n.'f ('hlcnro 'I'lmus.J . Sixty counties heard from, inciudinir St. Louis, wliirh sends n delegation of eis-M toon memhors,' two-thirds of whom will be in this caucus, to'xoihcr' with carofully weiirhoil information as rejrnnls the rest of tho Stiito.. obtained frni the lict. (inMed politicians, enrildps mo to give what may bo put down na tlio pledged strength of the govern! candidates, or rather ' THE r.tUST VOTK OK TltK CAtTt'S after it sMtles down to earnest work. Tin1 bnllnt will difl'er very little fromt .hp follow. jnj. -. t . ' '-'" '" n T.-......I.- "r .,,. I-... .tl ... lion .Tolm S. I'iiclns 1(1 ruin- Gov. 8ihi Woodson (.villi's ,f '1''t II. M V -rlos 2 vo'rs JiiHtp W. I. Hull a o - jiut'jre K. 11. X'ir'o". of I'laiip '2 vnip Fx-Oov. Tl. (initz Ttrnwn s vines Mnynr JikpmIi tlrnwii '' vnfo Tl...

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. — 1 January 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1875. A dead Chicago Congressman J. B. Rice leaves a halt million of property to bless Us memory with. The shipment of bullion from Utah tor the past year is estimated at several mil lions. The Bee, accustomed te the habit of judging others by itself, saya that Kansas City real estate is worth less than real es tate in Omaha. Two brick blocks and several small wooden buildings, an Main street, in South bridge, Mast , were burned Sunday. Loss 946,000, mostly insured. Ilutchins witl keep even with the Kuapos if it does cost the work and expense of a morning and evening paper. Hurrah ior the head ot the hounds. Cutting down wages is the order oi the day throughout the East. Fifteen percent, ha been taken off of the pay of the em ployes ot the Wisconsin railroads. We notice a tone ol conservatism throughout a large portion of tho country press, en the subject of the Constitution al Convention, and the work required at its hands, that is quite encour...

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. — 1 January 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1875. QUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! , Now is tho time to form sub scription clubs for tho Weekly State Journal. Seo terms on first page. W e will furnish SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY and the State Journal nt $4.50 per annum. ST. NICHOLAS and the State Journal, $3.75 per annum. Remit by draft or postal rder to N. C. BURCH, Proprietor State Journal, Jef ferson City, Missouri. INDUSTRIAL NOTES. England complains that she is under sold in rnn by Belgium and Franc. Larre cheese factories are springing up throughout Missouii, Iowa and Kansas. One Boston firm shipped 3,000 Brigh ton hides by the steamship Dominion last week. The fishing season tit Rogue River, Cali fornia, is over. The catch lor the season U oier 2,500 barrels. Trade is now better at Richmond, Va , than it has been since the beginning of the war, nearly filtoen years ago. Sigificunt. Locomotors ni;ul'j in Ger many or Belgium are ri'inn on English ms well as Russian railways. The sales of tobacco at Lync...

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. — 1 January 1875

.... . -T r r t -t -ft liRAlNKD wlTll KLUDGEON The State Journal. . FRIDAY. JANUARY, 1, 1875.,. ,.f 9. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN. i j ...1 , For the Journal. ' TO SYREN. A CH1HSTMA8 UYMN. 1IY T. BUCHANAN' liBIl. The air was still o'er Bethlehem's iiluin, As if the irreat Ni'.'lit held Itst lirt'itlli, When Life Kicrnal camo to reign Over a world of Death. The pagan nt Ills midnight board Lot fa I brimming cup of gold : 11c felt the presence of his I,nrd licfore His breath was tohl. Tb temples trembled to their btie. The Wil Mhmtd'Til n In A pries: hood In Its power of place Knelt to Its god in vain. At' Nature felt u thrill divine When burst that meteor on the night. Which, pointing lo the Savior's shrine, Troclainwd Uie liow-uolu light . Light to the shepherds? nml thatar Gilded their silent midnight fold Light to the Wise Mu from uiu;', . , Hearing their gifts of g.ild Light to a realm of Sin and (irief Light to a world In all its need! The Light of Life a new belief lii.-ing o'er fallen...

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. — 8 January 1875

ft State 1 ..I J oumal. ..i VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1875. NO. 3 ine WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BUKCII. Terms of Subscription : lugl copies, per yeai 91 iiO Club of ten pur your 1 25 Club!) of twenty, per year.., 1 00 I.NVAIUAULY ADVANCE. Bngnmm Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PliACTICE MEDlOi n AiID SURGERY. lioom 3, Frank Schmidt's liuililing. OFFlt'K AND ItESlDENCfc., Cor. McCnrty & Jefferson Sts. JEFFEP.SON CITY, MO. Office hours S to! A. M.. 1 to 2 P. M P. M. Jnn.M-lv. J2TO. SAKEE, Physician & Surgeon. (Jf"OfBco and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fapS.VlV. DeWYL & NAGEL, '(SUCCESSORS TO MIIS. 15EP.UI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHEJAilB HIGH STREET, Jefferson City, Mo HENRY NITOHY REAL ESTATE ASENT, JEFFERSOX CITY, MO. BU'8 AND SELLS LANDS ON COAIJIIS sion, Pay Tuxes. Kcduoiu Lauds Sold for Tuxes, Procure Patents. &e. US t over AVliito Janvier's store, Ilish eHj33.il dee.27 7-hf FItED It O 3...

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. — 8 January 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1875. Who does the St, Louis Dispatch think Ih tho "cleanest currency man In the list of candidates" for United States Senator. Ilutcliins. riielps, or CockrellP When you hear a Democratic Member iy ho has not made up hi mind for whom he will vote lor United States Sen ntor, you may rest assured that ho will take t-are of Number One. Wonder If Hon. Thomas Allen Is not, in the view ni the St. Louis Dispatch, the cleanest currency man in the list of candi dates ? No doubting that he is an able man. anil if he enters the list', in earnest, n formidable candidate. lion. I). G. Boone, o! Henry, will be Speaker ol the House. He is a progres sive young democrat and the choice of Hiich a gentleman for this position argues better tr the democratic party than we were disposed to anticipate. A bill is in the course nl preparation by experienced hands for the establishment of a Court of Claims, in which suits may bo brought to which tho State may be mode a ...

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. — 8 January 1875

Tho Otsts Jonrnnli ' FKIDAT. JANUARY 8. 1875. QUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Now Is tho time to form sub Bcription clubs for the ' Wkekly. State Journal. See terms on first page. We will furnish SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY and the State Journal at $4.50 per annum. ST. NICHOLAS and the State Journal, $3.75 per iinnnm. Remit by draft or postal order to N. C. BURCH, $ Proprietor State Journal, Jef ferson City, Missouri. DROWN EYES. ' Brown eyes, with flashing gleam of light, And beaming face and sonny hair: Brown eyes, come meet my gaze to-night, And aay am I reflected there? No pore thta furtive. Aide-long glance, This timid droop, or far-off look, Tills mtschlevlously askance; A riddle or a half-closed book Were easier to read or guess, Brown eyes, at last yon must meal If heart have nothing to confess, Wliy do the eyes so much conceal? Ah, treacherous, naughty, cruel eyes, That seem so kind, yet will not say The little word upon which lies My happiness. Well, have your way. Good-by, brown eyes ; good...

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. — 8 January 1875

The State Journal. ntnUT. JANUARY 8. 1876. INSULT AND 1GNORANCB. ' In hit welcoming address to the State Teachers Association, Judge Krekel allu ded to the general interest manifested bv the people in the caase of education. It was pleasant and encouraging, he said, to look over the advancement rondo since tlio time Governor Berkley, in response to a school commission, thanked God that there were no free schools or printing presses In Virginia, nor likely to be In the next hundred years. Now we appeal to the just and righteous Judgment of the public for a verdict upon the propriety ol this allusion, ns well ns the accuracy ol the relerence to the cele brated re 'Tift rk of Governor Berkeley. Is it not historically true that Governor Berkeley thus spoke P And is not the ad vancement muilo since tho rough era of thnt old curmudgeon, in our free schools, a matter of congratulation ? And yet we find the St. Louis Dispatch and Jefferson City Tribune bitterly objec ting to, and tnking his...

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. — 8 January 1875

r Jonrnol. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1875. Quick ! Go for the Doctor I BY THE tAT CONTRIBUTOR. ' Alj right. I'm going for him . I hav.bqen aVjiing to go for the doc tor a lonz time ; so here gpejt. There is a great many kinds of doctors big doctors and small doc- tors, good doctors aud poor doctors old school doctors, doctors of the new, school, and. doctors .without any schooling whatsoever. There are doctors of laws and doctors of son-iri-laws ; ear doctors and doc tors it 'difficult to get the ear of: tooth doctors, . nail , doctors, and doctors" who go at you teeth and nail." Eye doctors and I. O. 4; TJ". doctors, electric doctors, doc tors, and doctors ,not of the elect who run mostly on tic. Then we have cold water doctors and doctors who "steam" it a good v-deat ; 'root ' doctors and doctors 5 whose' motto is ."Root hog or die 1" You may add to these spiritual doc tors and doctors very much out of spirits ; magnetic doctors and doc tors, who haven't any magnetism in them- or much el...

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. — 8 January 1875

Ctato Journal. "VTTSW uvitmv a imi.' IAL';NEWS.-Y, , i ., A J. ' rict-vri, ' ' it: V-f-V: y Bough road. V 'J Conductor Rich is again on duty with hfcr train, t - H ; . The hog business of Cedar City l t in cad r this year. Wflse, Hinklei A Co.'a series of whool beets have been adopted In Petti, too. Hon, C. II. Brown, Keprese nUtive from Ber ts, im taken room at Mr. Phil. While's. Tho prison lessee' livery ! conspicuous of ww in trout or tlx Madison. T. Pratt It In the city, ud waking a lively race nor Secretary of the Senate. - Wo or sorry to hear of the severe illness of aur araeuer. Hon. T. A. Poit will quite certainly be chosen chairman of the St. Louli Delegation. David Snarr. of Boons-Ill, la atronai mended to the Governor for the poalUon of To- onaeo inspector. A private letter from Cot. Mack J. teaming, Drug no unwelcome newa that he is at Al bony, KewKork. quits ill. . Julio Wagner, the son of Christ Wagner, a prominent democrat of this county, is strongly mrg iot mate Toua...

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. — 8 January 1875

i id The Otate Journal.' FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1875. XXVIIITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SEMATK. Wkoxesdat, January 6. The Senate wh called to ordor at 13 M. by Lieutenant-Governor Johnson. Rev. T. M. Rarrett led In prayer. . Sacretarv f the Senate. Wallaco, called the roll of members. All answering to their naroei except Senators llnlligan and Patterson. The new. member were sworn in, and 'a qnorum. being present, the Senate was declared organized. Adjourned till 10 a. M. to-morrnw. .,. , . HOUSE. Mr. J, T. Pratt, Clerk, of the last House, ailed that body to order at 12 o'clock - and by request. Rev. .1. M. Tennison, Chaplain ot the House, delivered a prayer. Mr. Fox, ot St. Louis, moved that munt . , ber holdinsr certitiuates come forward M.aad be sworn in. . Mr. Sexton moved the appointment of Lee M. Pettit as temporary chairman. Mr. Cahill, of Ripley, offered amend ment to tbe niotiou of Mr. Fox. that tlio members holding certitlcutes of election .-present themselves by twenties at the Spea...

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. — 8 January 1875

f " f- ' "fCtmHtuui fum the Ftni page.1 pressing tri cniVnftt18tv. Wlisfy ' ever may hi the itaovintr cause it Is- ve cognised fact tbnt mndorn thought hits taken ft nef channel, ever swelliiifr and r spreading until Iho nations of lb earth are i everprWedrlnklnf ef-,1t pure watcrt: The sentiment or thl wtftld to-day U for - peae.The arbitrament ol the ward la no longer justified save in defenso of na tional life or nulhual honor. Tho intelli gence of tho ngo teaches that nil antagon isms nre unnatural, nnd this growth of n larger, broader .humanity has found ex pressiotv in ireatlesv arbitrations mid in ternational codes. The victory f (lo nera was tar more glorious than that of Waterloo or Sedan. The Council tit St. Petersburg is pointing the nation nf Eu rope not to their Strasburgsor Gibraltar, not to standing nrniics and powcrlni navies, but it proposes to erect in thu minds and hearts of everv people tin Im pregnable fortress of right and justice, of peace- ana fraternity. The...

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