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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 September 1875

Journal I he VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1875. NO. 40 State WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuUishai Every Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Trrmi of Subscription : ilngl copies, per yeai $1 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Club of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL FRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. DR. J1TO. BASEST Physician & Surgeon. )-jOffico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap25-lT, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS iiion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. OtBce over White .fe Janvier's store, High Street dcc-2? "l2M FRED ROMMEJL, DEALER IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for alrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27.'72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Busch & Bookers. ...

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. — 24 September 1875

Vtl, O J. T 1 XUU tCULU tl I J ill.' JU.il 1. Friday. m:i-ti:mi!ku -u hi:. Whether it wn Jesse. James it Jesse nunjrer, it was jcyt" us it shniihl lie unci there is nno scoundrel less in lint world. money for Ohi, hard money lor New York: tiiis is Democracy. Yon pay your money, yon tal;es your choice. Strange, that Jesse lames should lie a visitor to the. Kansas City Kxpnsitimi, while he lies at the same time out in the mountain o Kentueky with a Imllet hole in Ids lire ist. We are looking il lilv tlirmmh 1 1 1 col umn ot the fllolie-Demoerat for luller de tails ot the great unii-whisky-riii;: conspi racy that is said to cxjst anion l' the new Internal lleveniie oll'ieiais of Missouri. We learn Ironi the (iluhe-Democrat's wliisky-rinir uuiliority that il wiil tak(( ahout .!'). duo to make the government whole for the crookud whisky traus.nv t'ons o IYinemin & Co., f Kansas City, with Hie Shcchau distillery. Hut that sum is lor the transactions of only one house, and yet there wa...

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. — 24 September 1875

-.I -a'-:. V"'"1 w ... tt . '.:r-;re..?.-.a,:.'. X 1 The Horrors of Civil War- . The following extract horn a letter nrl drcssed by the Carliat Oi'neinl Cftstella to Colonel do Cltarotte Is handed to us bv the London Cnrlist Ccinimittoo for publf cations at Vilhireiil during the recent en gagement : I hitve during my lifo witnessed some very sad scenes ol war, and I thought I had seen the summit ot human misery in tho rotrent ot the army ot the Kast (in 1870). of which I commanded the reat guard. Hut I can not recall any impres sion which can be compared witli iho lad ing which I experienced on entering with Brigadier Vulluorca, the principal street ol Villareal, when it was on lire Irom one end to the other. Tho crackling of the llames whoso red glaro struggled ngahst the light ot tho miil-day sun. tho heavy crash of windows giving way and of roots falling in, the shrieks ot frenzied women tind tho cries of tho children who run with lmre lent on the ashes, the grim despair ol the o...

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. — 24 September 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Light overronts rc in demand. Two font rules should govern dancing. S-c the new time tiililr no Sunday train. E. 1.. Kin?. Esq,, Is home on n short visit. St. I .on Is Is hound to have the IT. S. Mint. Mis Salltc Bolton l visiting In Kansas City. The rallroadists mean business no mistake. Tli are afraid of iiu-cndarics t Kansas City. Four weeks more will giv the flips a hard tu-le. Tin- track at tlip Fair ground l being lnt in order. Why niut logic have leg-. Hpoiiiiso ft Manns to r. aon. Kirkwood and Webster want a narrow gauge railroad. Felt slippers Those worn by mothers of ilis obPillent hoys. Motto for n watermelon festival "Let us havn a piece."' Another of the Younger band has hcen made to liito tiie dust. Wanted a bridge across the Missouri river, at Jefferson City. The .left'. City Ferry Co., arc doing a pood transfer business. The Jefferson City green bus stil on the rap ped pdpc ot issue. The Tiplonian merchants a...

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. — 24 September 1875

X Tlio State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1875. The Turf Record. A table of the time made at the principal eastern courses thl season : Lulu, Buffalo 2:15 Goldsmith Maid. Rochester 2:lf4 American Girl, Poughkoepsie 2:1"J Judge Fullerlon, Cleveland 2:18 . Lady Maud, Rochester 2:18j Lucille Golddust, Rochester 2:104 Hopeful. Springfield 2:20 May Queen, Utlca 2:20 Gen. Garfield. Utlca 2 :21 Clementine, Rochester 2:21 Ilarus, Rochester 2 :22 Mollie Morris, Buffalo 2 :22 Adelaide, Utlca 2:22 J Joker. Springfield 2:23 Idol. Rochester 2:23 Joe. Irvine, Springfield 2:23 Lady Turbln, Rochester 2 :23 Cozclte, Cleveland 2:23 Bonner, Utlca 2 :23 Sensation , roughkccpsle 2 :234 Neiea, Rochester 2:234 York State, Cleveland 2:23$ Little Fred, Springfield 2:24 Grafton, Cleveland 2:241 Carrie, Cleveland 2:244 Albert, Ruflaio 2:24 John W. Hull, Utlca 2:25 Honest Harry, Buffiilo 2:25 Orient. Rochester 2:25 Eva, Cleveland 2:251 Breeze, Utlca 2:254 Kelllo Waltou, Rochester 2 :20 Lewekl, Cleveland 2:2G...

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. — 24 September 1875

FALL FASHIONS. Th 'Wonder of Female Toilet That Autnmn anl W Inter Will Urine Forth. (From Harper's Ntizar, Oct. 2.) Further importation of French costumes for autumn and winter show more novelties in small details, but no decided changes. The. cuirass, apron over-skirt, and jacket aro all re tained in modified forms. The polonaise, but toned behind. Is tlio newest Icaturo of tlio spa son. It is In material rnllier (ban design that those costumes appear new.' Kaeh sull Is made up of two kinds of good, ami in many instan ces three. These aro the new Kussian cloths, like flam-cd camcl's-halr; Indies' habit cloth; brocaded wool; basket-woven cloths in plain, plaid and striped patterns; and the striped Al icenennes. In some costumes there is a plain basket wo ven stufl. plaid goods of the same materiul and silk; others arc ot figured earners hair with velvet and with silk, or of striped Algericnnc of the prominent shade In the stripe, and per haps silk or velvet; brocaded woolens are so...

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. — 24 September 1875

)' J A The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. is tit ilny of the Fair. Great demand for Mabrey' Ague Cure. See advertisement elsewhere. Rev. John G. Thuckler preached bis farewell ermon to his congregation in St. Joseph Inst Sunday. Scrlbner's. for October tins come, and as full of rich, metrlclous mental food, as an teg Is foil of meat. , The new wort house Is under roof; the rooms of the dwelling part are being plastered and the cells are receiving the flagging. Dr. Edgar Tarkcr, of Osceola, challenges the State for the championship ot the game of Chess. The moves'are to bo made by postal card. Miss Hernilna Kucnale, after a year's nb sence in Europe, hns returned home and is warmly welcomed by hosts of admiring friends. Major Dick. Melton of Warsaw, writes us Hint there will bo no trouble in cnrrylng our South West Railway through two townships of that county. Win. Rommel, of Wathcna, Kansas, and Henry Uommcl, of St. Louis, are on a visit to their brother Fred...

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. — 24 September 1875

THE NEW YORK Democratic Convention. MISSISSIPPI. The Attorney-General's Letter to Gov. Ames. Gold and Silver the Only Legal Tender, No Convertible Cur rency. Accompanied by Instructions of President Grant' A TROUBLESOME PRISONr.lt, I " Methods of Culture. J J "WllSOIL & CO" Syr accsk. X. Y.. Ser.t 17. The Dcm ocratic State Convention resembled this morning, when the following report from the committee on resolutions was receiv ed and adopted . Tho Democratic party of Now York ro new their nlcdsre of fidelity to the princl nles ni'onted and alllrmed unanimously bv delegates representing Democrats of all tho United Stntes, tog Iher assembled in their latest national convention, and sinne renunroved and indorsed by Demo. cratic majorities in fifteen stntes, compris ing more than halt tho total population of the union, and by tho national Democrat ic platform ot Baltimore, July 10, 1872, to wit: The public credit must be personally maininined. and we denounce repudiation in every fo...

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 October 1875

Journal "t VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1875. NO. 41 State V WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BUBCII. Term, of Subscription! fing copies, per yeai $150 Clubi of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 ISVARtAELY IN ADVANCR. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE medicine and surgery. Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. DR. JXTO. BAUER, sician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkiu's new building, opposite .National Exchange Bank. rnp25-lv, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMTS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street doc.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, v - DEALEK IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, AVall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild'g Gold Pens. All orders wilf receive prompt at- tention. IUGH STREET, c.27,'72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Busoh & Beckers. Chicago...

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 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER t. 1875. Tim ease ipI tin United Stnte against .1. L. Iiittiii;rif, tor inducing tlm witness to secrete himself etc. commenced in tho District court yesterday. Our notes of the testimony urn crowded mil. The Tribune accords the national nd niinistralion the ereilit of hiving deter mined to prosecute the whisky Irand but evidently it 1 no more happy in conso quenco thereof than it is that militia scrip frauds are to he Investigated. Wo learned from the witness stand in the Bittinger ease yesterday, that while Col. licit wns not responsihle lor the edi torial article of the Si.. Joseph (iazet-'e, on the Whisky Uinjr, that Col. J. X. Hum is not peennkrh"' concerned in the paper. The Globe-Democrat does not find n place in its columns fur the charge of Judue Krckel in t!ie ease id Adler and Furst, as does the Republican, l'erhaps, however, it is wailing until it is set to mu sic, when we doubtless shall hear that "music in the air'' of which we some ti...

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 October 1875

4" t Topics of the Time. - 8FPTBMBKR. September trw the woodland o'er With many ft brilliant colors The world U brighter than before Why iboulk our heart he duller? Sorrow and the scarlet leaf. Sad thought and tunny weather, Ah me I the glory and grief Agree not well together. i Tr W. Parsons. The London Swimming Club give grnt uitous lessons in swimming, and have a large number of pupils. A family of seven members, five ot whom were hare-11ppeil,vooont)y passed through Nashville, Ten n. -.i...,t: .. . r...,:i ri..(Tj T.. a sign inscribed : "Dr. II. O. Grecno, Medico Eleetricio." There have been 103 failures in Novia Scotia since January last, 103 of them as signation since tho 1st of July. Already some $6,000 have been subscri bed to tlio memorial luud for Captain . Webb. The money will bo invested lor his benefit. A resident of Bloomington. 111., has cured ii.. i f . 1 1 1 .i , ., nimseu oi wo umiiiuh unit several oiner . disease by an application of clothes-lino to the throat. In...

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 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Rnonville la building a new work house and ealabooso. Tlio Boonvillc Eagle cloned lis tenth volume with the lust number. There Is the biggest crop of chill" and fever In this section thnt there ever vu before. The Sodaha base bull club has dared the Boon vlllo club to meet them on their own dunghill. The eleventh great salo of Golduust horses will lake place at Eden Mock farm, near Louis ville. Kv., on Wednesday, Nov. 3. Captain Fisher left for Louisville Inst night where he socs for the purpose of seeing the new ferry boat launched. Ho will be absent several days. The full meeting of the Eastern Duchess As sociation will take place Oct. 5th, (ith and 7th. near the excelle nt track at Amenta, New York. In the races at Coldwatcr, Mich., on Septem ber 10th. Fcarnaught. owned by Mr. McEdefar, of LiGninge, Ind., burst n blood vessel and fell dead on the track. Jackson and riattc county citizens arc propo sing colonics to take up th...

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 October 1875

i ) i I did not reflect vcrv considerably to their credit. The argument of tlm Adlor & Co., case Will commence nt 9 o'clock this morning. FBIDAY, Sept, 24. Gen. II. B. Johnson opened the argument of the ease of the United States vs. 8. Adlor k Co. for the government, by pointing out that from the evidence there bad been sold by Slice han to Adlcr & Co. at leant 200 barrels of dis tlllod spirits, the stamps upon which had re appeared upon packages which were subse quently sold by Sheehan to other parties. It logically followed that defendants had emptied packages of distilled spirits without at the time destroying the stamps tint were upon them. As to the question of who did the emptying the proposition was announced that if the de- i j luuunuis euuer uiu me empiyiug uieiuncive ur jr aided and abetted in the emptying without de- stroylng the stamps upon the packages, they were guilty either as principals or accessories. If it was mado the duty of defendants as recti Hers to o...

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 October 1875

IN THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT. Monday, Sept. 27. The testimony In tlic ruse of the United States vp. J. L. Bittinger, charged with cor ruptly Inducing a wltncts to secrete himself, u concluded this morning. It seems from the evidence that Ferdinand Rendlcman was one of the witnesses the United States Intended to use In some of the cases the government officers were engaged In working up In St. Joseph some time in August Inst. Randleman wis storekeeper of Shechan's distillery, and on arrangement was effected with him by the rep resentatlvcs of the government bv which he was to reveal all he knew of the affairs of that establishment, on tho agreement that he should not be prosecuted for his connection with them. This orrnngement was effected on the 2nd ot August. On the Sth of August C. Tt. 'Wilkinson and Col. J. L. Bittinger were taken before Ledcr gcrbcr, commissioner, and waiving an exam ination, were held to appear nt the present term of the United States District Court to an swer an...

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 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1875. J;'l LOCAL NEWS.!. River fulling. 1 The dust is intolerable. Cord wood at 92.60 per cord at Bolivar. Trafficlug In crooked whisky was a featuro of the Columbia fair. Supreme Court commences Monday. 449 cases hi the docket. v The good little bootblack's epitaph Gone to 1 shine among the angels. A. O. Winston, of Maries county, hns nearly lost his eye sight from Inflnmatlon. Forty acres or land, with a residence upon It recently sold for 1,500 in Boone. A farm of 100 acres, near Ilullsvillc, sold for $1,700, at trustee's sale the other day. A new definition of un old mnid Is a wo man who has been maid for a long time. D. M. Lambeth, of Osoge county, has sold his farm on Contrary creek, of 244 acres, for 93000. The Belle St. Louis and Fanny Lewis will take you to the St. Louis Fair and back, round trip, for $5. The comity of Newton will vote on the ques tion of voting $12,000 for a new court horse, on Vthe 30th of October. Thcro Is bitter com...

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 October 1875

"7" TOOT 1 ! TOOT ! ! Now We'll 'nv Er. Hurrah for the Jefferson City, Cartliage and South-Western Railroad. ' People liook to Your own Interest At a meeting of tho citizens of Ronton county, to take into consideration the rail road interests ot said county, E. K. Bai ley was elected chairman ami Deo Reese secretary. On request, Mr. 11, II. Melton explain ed the objects of the meeting, which wore to secure tho building of tho Jefferson City and Southwestern railroad through this county, and submittted tho following letter from tho president of said railroad company u uiv pcujMe ui una the proposition ot said company to mat end : K. II. Melton, Esq., Warsaw, Mo. Dear Sin: Having contracted to build and equip the Jefiersou City and South western railroad, commencing at Jeffer son City nnd running in n southwesterly course, we will say .through you, to the people of Benton county, that if you de sire said railroad built through your coun ty, we will build it upon tho following terms an...

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 October 1875

... .,,..,,. .... .jjSfaW it w.Vn ... ... , ..... ...! .i.ri.'.i. ...... . ... nmi w i... 1 Y .( . . r ' VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY; MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1875. NO. 42 rr i w 10 btate J ourna 4 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ' Pu1.llil.i4 Ewry Friday I- !'. ' r - - . . BY. ft 1 N, C. BURCH. Term, or Subscription i rflngl copies, per year. 91 80 Clubs of ten per year 1 26 Clubs of twenty, per year 100 , INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, . WIU. PRACTICE a MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room S. Frank Schmidt's Building. SR. JXTO. gftTTTCR, Physician & Surgeon. 03 Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-ly, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. OlSce over White .Janvier's store, nigh Street , dec.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order....

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 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1875. Buell's body can now lie cared tor by thu Ohio democracy In pence. It Is good thing lor some people that notoriety is to be obtnined cheaply. The writ of habeas corpus is a powerful ono but It is not always strong enough to shield the accused from a fair trial on the facts before a jury of his peers. The United States Legal Tender Club have called a meeting lit Cooper Institute, for the 13th, to lorm a Democratic Legal Tender State central organization. The Comptroller ol the Currency lias oalled upon the National Banks tor reports exhibiting their condition at the closo ol business on Friday, the 1st ol October. The Anglo American Telegraph com pany announce that on and after Mondny next the tariff will bo raised to four shil lings, one dollar in jrold, per word. The question of money Is still the absorb ing one in the Ohio and Naw York cam paigns, and pnliticains are endeavoring to explain the difference which exists be tween the two wmg...

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 October 1875

. MOW AT TBEDEmiCMBPKO. Drift over the tlopet of the ninthlne-land, O wonderful, wonderful (now 1 . Ob, pan u the brent of the virgin Mint! Drift tenderly, eoft ud slow, Over the (lope of the tunrise land, . , And Into the haunted delli Of the fbrert pine, where the sobbing wlndi, Are tuning bis memory belle. , Into the forest of sighing pines, And orer those yellow slope That seem but the work of the driving plow, Bat cover so many slopes I : They ere many Indeed, and straightway made, Not shapen with loving care ; But the souls let out and the broken blades Hay never be counted here I Fall over those lonely hero graves O delicate dropping snow ! Like the blessing of God's unfaltering love, On the warrior beais below : Like the tender sigh of mother's soul, . As she walteth and watcheth lor one Who never came back from the suniblne tand When the terrible war was done. And here, where lleth the high of heart, Drift, white as the bridal veil That will never be worn by the drooping gi...

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 October 1875

1 The State Journal. , FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1875. THE OLD FARM GATE. Tlio old farm ante tilings Ragging down, , On rusty hinges, bent and brown; ' its latch la gone, and here and there It shows rudo traces of repair. The old mna gate has soon, each year, Tlio blossom bloom and disappear, The bright green leaves of Spring unfold. And turn to Autumn's red and gold. The children have upon it clung, And, in and out, with rapture awung, When their young hearts were good and pure When hopo was fur and faitli was sure. Reside that gate, have lovers true, Told the story alway new j Have made their vows; have dreamed of bliss, And sealed each promise with a kiss. The old farm gate has opened wide To weleome home the new-made bride, Whore lilacs bloomed, and locusts fair With their sweet fragrance filled the air. That gate, with rusty weight and chain, Has closed upon the solemn train That bore her lifeless form away, ITpon a dreary Antiim-ilny. The lichens gray and mosses green Upon its rottin...

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