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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 11 June 1875

7 oumal VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1875. NO. 25 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, FufelUhoA Story Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subscription I .slngl copies, per yoai $1 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Club of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY, Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. Physician & Surgeon. 3Offico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-ly. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANBS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Bcdeein Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Offlce over White Janvier's store, High Street dcc.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IX Books & Stationery v TVrcRTOTTH"! AL8. BLANK BOOKS. CHRO- X mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27 . '72-i v Jefferson City. Mo Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Corof ...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1876. The minor' war in Pennsylvania roming desperate. Is be- Shivery in Missouri was again abolish ed Saturday. Onco every ten years will do. Rend the now Bill of Rights. You will l.e ealled upon to vote for or against its adoption shortly perhaps. The usefulness of General Sherman's memoirs as a historical document is greatly impaired by its attempt at thd jus tification of the author's own personal piques am? prejudices. The convention in the duo course of its labors lias found Itself ufotil of the vexatious question of renrcseiitiitlon. Shall it be acres, or pco ilo and property t That's the shape the ques tion assumes. The president belorc leaving for Long Branch, signed n proclamation extending the duration ul the court of commissioners of Alabama claims for six nior-ths lrom Julv 2i. Mr. r.ariHim. of Howe's circus, tele graphed to Hon. John L. Bittiuger. ol St. Joseph, to kiss the baby (elephant). John did and theyiave named it Joe, in hon ...

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 June 1875

"ABB TOC A MASOJft" fWfl are rannttmieA In 1va iiIapa tn IIia fnllnw. lng, which was the response of Rev. Dr. Maglll, rector of St. Paul's church, Peru, Illinois, on being asktd the above question by a lady : I am one of the band Who will faithfully stand In the bonds of affection and love : I have knocked at the door, s Once wretched and poor, And there for admission I stove. By the help of a friend. Who assistance did lend, I succeeded an entrance to gain. Was reclved in the West, By command from the East, But not without feeling some pain. Here my conscience was taught, With a moral quite fraught With senttiuents holy and true, Then onward I traveled, To see It unraveled, What Ilirain iutended to do. Very soon to the East I made known my request, And "light" by command did attend; When, lot I perceived, In duo form revealed, A Master, and Brother, and Friend. Thus far I huve stated, And simply related, What happened when I was made free ; But I've "passed" since then, And was "ra...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Fast day was observed In the city. The turbulent Missouri Is again rising. Room for ten thousand new home In Cole county. Have people. a right to enter private property Tor public worship? They hunt down the grasshoppers in Cooper, according to tho Advertiser, with dogs. The chinch bugs are committing depredations In all parts of Wright county. Wn hear that Mr. G. II. Dulle and Sons are about to erect a new, custom, mill in the city. The Bonne County Agricultural Society is making a spasmodic effort to resuscitate Itself. The average taxable value of Boone county farms is JS.20. That of Cole county is $0.13. Many farmers and gardeners liavo succeeded in ditching against the approach of the army worm. The circuit court is dragging its slow length along. Judge Miller maintains his patience with remarkable success. Thpjury In the Stone murder case returned verdict of "not guilty" Thursday morning af ter being out about thirty-six ho...

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 June 1875

TII3S PUBLIC 603OOLS 07 JS2TS&302T. Enrollment, Boll of Honor, Seats of Honor, &c. Summary of Jefferson City Public Marking Is on the Male of ten. "Roll-of-Honor" pupils are all whose "total merits'' mean of uuiuiiik in sunoiaronip, punctuality ana ueponmenti are u. or more, ior tne montn. "Beat-or-Honor" puplli are those whose "total merits" are the highest, In the room, among respectively, boys and girls, for the month. Pupils "Best-ln-8cholarshlp" are those of each room whose aver age scholarship, for the month, is highest. Tardiness of pupils commences at 9 a. m., and 1 :30 - v. iu., mil oi xeacners iweaiy-uvs imnuiea PS 1 " 3 Name of Teacher in Charge of Room. s? 1 6 5 4 8 a l Mrs. L. P. Coe Mrs. M. W. Galbralth... MissK. Reynolds Miss K. Condict Mrs. M. H. Holmes..... Miss K. Southard Mrs. K. L. Howe 42 30 40 63 66 86 84-3 84.8, 00.4 86 76 131 86.8 i88.fi Miss H. Sharp, Assistant r . a. niicny, 11. ecnooi. E. A. Zuendt, German.. Total for white school... 244 203 447 88...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1875. CONVENTION OF 1875. TWEXTY-SIXTH DAY. Monday, June 7. Mr. Ilolliclay presented a petition of citizens ol Davis county aking that the regltir sessions of the lesiatnture be limited to one session In ev ery four years. Keterrcd. Mr. Dysnrt presented petition from members of the Andrew county bar asking for a clause in tbe constitution providing fur a uniform system of common pleas courts with probate jurisdiction. Itefcrred. Mr. Swlizler offered the following: Resolved, Tbut the committco on executive and ministerial officers of county and municipal government be instructed to inquire into the expediency of incorporating in the new con stitution the following: The abolition of the present county court system uud the substitu tion of one providing for the election by the people of each county, counties of more than 10,000 inhabitants excepted, of one justice of the county court with probate jurisdiction, whose sulrry shall be fixed by law. Refe...

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 June 1875

V The State Journal. FRIAY, JUNE 11. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. The army worm bag put in in appearance over in Miller county. Burglaries are of frequent occurrence in ' some of tbe southwest towns of the state. rru e..ltn T-- ... prevaianee or in ic very ana robbery to an alarming extent in that county. Whose dutv la it to look aftip nnr marl Inlor ests anyway? We wish there were some Indies lions of tbelr being watched over. Y . nueu mq grassnoppers, cmncli bugs, and V- tax gatherers are all gone, what will tbe people have to grumble about? Arrangements nave ocen made lor ironing tne Kansas City and Memphis Railroad from Springfield to Grecnflcld, O. Or. Huron bus shown us a specimen of the strawberries he is now taking from his vines. They are very large and very lucious. The arrival of the army worm in Osage vouuty is reported in the Cbumois Leader. No great damage being done except in local ; ties. t ' Cedar county's expenditures last year footed up $T,3U. Cedar has no bonded debt, and 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. — 11 June 1875

SOMEHOW OR OTHER. Life la a burden for every one'i shoulder None my escape from IU trouble and care ; Miss it In youth, and 'twill come when we're older. And lit us ss close as the garments we wear. Sorrow comes Into our home uninvited, x Bobbing our hearts of Its treasure of song; Lovers grow cold and our friendships are slighted, Yet somehow or other we worry along. Midst the aweet blossoms that smile In our faces, Grow the rank weeds that would poison and blight; And e'en in the midst of earth's beautiful places There's always something that Isn't lust right. Tet oft from the rock we may pluck a gay flow er, And drink from a spring in a desolate waste; They come to the heart as a heavenly dower, And naught Is so sweet to the eye or the taste. Every-day toll is an every-day blesslnir, Though poverty's cottage and crust we may share; Weak ts the back on which burdens are press ing. But stout is the heart that Is strengthened by prayer; Somehow or other the pathway grows brighter Ju...

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 June 1875

Itate Journal VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1875. NO. 26 i . WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuUUhel Every Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subscription! jllngl copies, per yeui ft CO Club of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVAXCK. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE ANDSURGERY. ?! ' Room S.Frank Schmidt's Building. DR. JXTO. BASER, , Physician & Surgeon. ' $5Offico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-lv, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANBS OK COMMIS sion, Fay Taxes, Hcdeein Lunds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. 4c. Office over White Janvier's store, nigh Street dec.27 72hf FRED ROSOIEIi, DEALER IX Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fall-child's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, o.27.'72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Busch & Beckers. Chica...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. Jl'NH 18. 1875. Tlie St. Loui.1 Delegation in tho State Convention, thrcntcii to leave the Conven tion to-da in a bodv, if the representa tion they demand lor St. Louis in the Gen eral Assembly is not conceded. The change that was made In the omYe 1 1 the Supervising Architect ot tho Gov e rnnient seems to be tin) signal for a gen eral tearing up ot old stone contracts. The "outs" will have a chance at last. We henr tunt the Governor is strongly urged by the St. Louis Chamber of Com merce to call an extra session of tho Gen eral Assembly to provido means for tho relief of tho Grasshopper Suflerers. but that he reluses to do so. It seem to be a question with the Governor, as between the two, if tiie Legislature would not be a greater calamity than tho grasshoppers. The legislature of New York has fixed upon January 1, 1879, for the resmuption of sppcio payments in that State. Section 1. All taxes levied and confirm ed in this State on and alter January 1, 1...

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 June 1875

a- THE BROTHERS' FEUD. A Circumstantial Account of Clay County's Latest Tragedy. A Fatal Band to Hand Battle Between Church Members About the Division of an Estate. From the Kansas City Time of Tuesday. A Times reporter visited Liberty a few davs since, rnd while there Interviewed Ellsha T. Cravens, the man who shot his two brothers, Thomas and Hood, tbe former fatally and the latter seriously. He also conversed with sev eral other parties fully acquainted with the cir cumstances, and gives the following report of the particulars In this most horrible tragedy-: The old man Cravens bad four sons and one daughter. The boys were Thomas, Ellsha, Hood and James. They were all married and lived near each other, three of them on the home farm. Thomas had eight children. Hood ahd Ellsha one each. They wore all members of the Christian church, except James, the youngest. Tho three cider brothers were moral, temperate, peaceable, law-abiding men. They have not been in the habit of quarreling ...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIAY. JUNE 13. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. The charter of tho old ferry company here has passed Into new hands. A new charter was obtained night before last by Plill. K. Chappcll, .la. Fisher, X. Grtcshumincr, Chas. f!uch. and C. O. Krooks. They are to have a new boat larger and more powerful than the old one. ,FIber and Brook have now full con l.rol, and will noon have thing "ship-shape." ThewifoofMr. Ooforth, of nirch Prairie, (his county, (rave birth last week to a ten pound son. The lliile follow Is blessed with sixteen rerfeetly formed toes eight on either foot This Is the second son to Mr. (J., the former having six fingers on either hand. In tlfrse hnrd times the little fellows can Go-forth well prepared for scratching out a livelihood. cur rent Wave. Col. L. ftcruaii. State Swamp I.uiid Agent, and Mn.i. llahbitt, United States Land Agent are now here working up indemnities due this county upon swamp land. They are very alia hlc and pleasant gentlemen. The indemniti...

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 June 1875

shall not !iuv boon citizen of the United State, for five yean and a qualified voter of this state for three years, and who Khali not be t resident of the circuit tn which bo may be elected or appointed judge. 80. The circuit court of St. Louti county hU be composed of Ave judeet and such ad ditional number as the General Assembly may provldet and each of said judges shall sit separ ately for the trial of causes and transactions of business at special terms. Appeals shall he directly from any dual decision or crder made ; by said court at special term of the St. Louis court of appeals. And writs of error shall Is sue from' said court of appeals to said circuit court In special term. The fudges of said cir cuit court may sit In gcnornl term at such times and for such purpose as may be provided by them, but when sitting in general term shall naye no power 10 review any uccision, oruiM ur pioceeding of the court In special term. . 31. In any circuit composed of a single coun ty, the Ge...

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 June 1875

? 'i CONVENTION OF 1875. Tuesday, June 15. Prayer by Rev. C. C. Wood. Journal of Mandoy read and approved. Consideration of pending question resumed. Mr. Conway spoke at length in favor of ooun tv rt presentation. Mr. 8wltzlcr offered as a substitute to the pending proposition the following: AX ORD1XAXCK on the subject of representation. Be it ordained by the people of the state of Missouri as follows : 1. That at the election to be held for the pur pose of ascertaining the sense of the people in regard to the adoption or rejection of the consti tution adopted by this convention, there shall be submitted to the votets of this state, qualified as such under the present constitution and laws thereof, the following ordinances ou the subject of representation, namely the first mentioned among other provisions securing to each county at least one representation, regardless of popu lation, to bo known and designated as '-The county plan," and the second providing for rep resentative distr...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. . JUNE 17. 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Equalization Board about "busted." ," Broadhead hasn't bolted tho Con. Con. yet. Don't get excited. Tbe weather Is too warm. The public school of the city Is drawing to lose. ' Another month will about wind up the conven tion. The last words of Cardinal Beauford were "What 1 1 there no bribing death P I. U . Bowl ware. Esu.. Is the attorney lor the alleged Callaway Ku-klux. McAdow k Kemp are putting up brick work this summer at 97.30 per thousand. The merchant of enterprise finds It as neces sary to advertise as to employ a clerk. We awakn Monday morning to find that we had a partner in the publishing business. The palisades of the Callaway shore are near ly hid from view with foliage. . Tbe Osceolo Sentinel publishes the St. Clair county delinquent tax-list and defies tbe grass hopper hoards. Of all the Institutions of the city those having tbe most precarious existence are the churches. What's the matter with them? Lincoln Institute ...

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 June 1875

'":ii "?' '"-'V ' ' 'v.v 'A N ? .' -''7.( - i 'v 7 ,;. t ;,'.. ,. , v. M7 .7VV7 ;i,v VJ-V '.VW'- ( ... rv" I. 7 I; . Jin- ORATION -BY- ALEXANDER OHIM, OF Glasgow, Missouri. Lincoln Institute Commencement, June 11th, 1875' Subject- True Idea of Education. The discovery of America gave a grand nml good impetus to the causo of education, and that force can be felt and realized t this day. It Is education that has given this country the leading position among the empires, kingdoms and republics ot the earth. In tho science of education is found the truo arcanum of our in dividual and national prosperity and growth. And a correct system of education in this pro gressive age is tho only force that can still con tinue to propel us onward to a higher state of civilization of intellectual culture and perfec tion. A system of education, perhaps the idea will be more properly and emphatically expressed by saying a mode of instruction ought to bo adopted In this country, which will wan the harm...

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 June 1875

Jdiirnal t 1" 1 . .h:.-. . VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875. NO. 27 - ( V fl ' i .... 'i f , WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published, Every Friday :'' ' ' ' ' BY ' XT gS TITTTinfT -lingl copies, per yea fl 60 ' Clubs of ten per year , 1 20 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE v MEDICiH AND SURGERY. Room 8. Frank Schmidt's Building. DR. JXTO. BAXS3SR, Physician & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25.lv, ' HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Toy Taxes, -Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &e. Office over Whito A Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72hf 4 FRED ROMMEL, DEALKR IS Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. AU orders will receive prompt at tention. inon STREET, o.27,72-iv Jefferson C...

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 June 1875

The State Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 25. Ifi7fi. The Democrats of Ohio liavo renominat ed Old Bill Allun for Governor. Will not the "Democrat of forty years standing11 in tin Tribune give us a dis quisition on tho duties ot comity courts. The extraordinary feat vl standing up on nothing is exhibited by tlio nominees lor the State offices of Ohio on the Demo cratic platform. "Down in front!" The Democrat ot Forty years standing11 U about to read a boautiiul lectnre on the sin ot eountv courts who disobey the Statutes. Oivn the old man a chance.1' What is tho use, we ask tho Tribune, ol lushing off to the ends t tho e.irth (or a case ot of official delinquency to wax elo quent over where they have one so near at home, fully worth their attention. We vorv cheerfully publish the commu nication of Laborer, elsewhere. All wo litre to say to the allusion to our absence H orn Saturday night's meeting is, that tho day has passed wlieu we attend such 1'tflces for buncombe. Ohio Democrats ore b'ttcr...

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 June 1875

WHERE THE STATE JOURXAI. BITA1 . . ILISHMENT Birrs ITS PAtER9. Thatarf Hons of Snider & Holme. Formerly linen and hmpen rags, from which paper It made, were reduced to a pasty state by washing them In water and letting the mixture to ferment for many day in close vessels, whereby thev underwent a species of putrefac tion. By this process, the organic structure of the fiber wae deteriorated and frequently des troyed. This plan being found Imperfect and wasteful, another was tried, whereby the rags were beaten with stamping In strong oaken morters; the machinery being get In motion by water power. . Though an Improvement this method was nevertheless very inconvenient and imperfect. About the middle of the last century the cylinder engine mode of making rags into paper ,J was Invented In Holland. It was soon adopted in France, and subsequently passed into England. The rags after being sor ted into four or five qanlltic. are apain sorted at the mill by women, who cut them into shred...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1875. AMONG THELILIK. Mie stood among tho lilies In sunset's brightest ray ; Among tlio tall Juno lilies, As stntely fair ns they ; And 1. a boyish lover then, l ooked onec. nnd. lingering, lofted again. And life began Hint dny. She sat ntnong the lllle.i, My sweet, nil lily-pnlc: The summer lilies listened, I whispered low my tale. Oh I golden authors. breathing balm. Oh I hush of peace, oh I twilight culm, Did yon or I prevail 1 She lies among the lily-snow .-. Ilcnetttli the wintry sky; All ronnd her nnd about her The burled lilies lie. Thoy will awake nt touch of spring, And she, my fulr nnd flower-like thing. In spring-time by nnd by, tnilt-frtttlctlt. LOCAL NEWS. - Cod hot mul still a heating. The railroad is now secure. Why don"t they bolt if they'r going to . Mr. Yank-it-slc, is not a "fellow," by any means. Greene county wheat litis suffered from the Hessian fly. Communication between High street and High roint is about to be opened. What...

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