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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 October 1875

A lince far Life, t In the winter or 1855-6, a couplo ol Canadian Toyazers. bv the name or Nich ols and Jules Semlnehti, were Dnnght by a wniblV snow-Worm while taking op their traps on tho head of the Big llorii River In the Rocky Mountains. The storm lasted lor several davs, Bbr was there any hope of escape until the' snow should be compact enough to bear tholr weights up on snow-shoes. '' The vovagers were yet striplings, scarcely arrived of age. Hitherto their lather had accompanied them upon their expeditions, but now he was at home at his raocho on the great Overland route. The topoej or lodge of tho brothers consisted ot a couple of buffalo robes stretched in front or an overhanging rock that overlooked the river. Here were stored their furs, ncaily tied up in small bales, made up principally of the skins or minks, otters and bearers, with a lew polts ot the silver fox. Over those were laid robes which served them for a bed. A little firo was replenished from time to time by ...

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 October 1875

EFFACING STAMPS AND BRANDS. Liability for Non-Performance. The following is the text ot that portion of Justice Millers opinion referring to the sufficiency of indictments in not alleging criminal intent where party fails to effure marks and brands, when emptying pack ages ot whisky etc., recently delivered in St. Louis: The first count in this indictment chnr ges the defendants with emptying and drawing off 6,000 gallons ot distilled spir its without effacing or obliterating the stamps. The objection to that indictment taken by the counsel lor the defense, and which seems to have a good deal of force, is that there is no charge in the indictment that this was done intentionally or fraud ulently ; that is to say, that the failure to erase the stamps which is the essence oi the crime because anybody has the right to empty the barrel alter the tax has been paid is not charged to have been done in teniionnlly and traudluently.and that it might have been done by nn innocent pur chaser o...

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 October 1875

J V; Th State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1875. ' LOCAL NEWS. JOyeo will b lake before tbe V. 8. Court Rett through with him. Tbe kuklux casee for Callaway, are still be fore the court Mil Jury. Hazy, now adaya. That's the way It look In Ohio, they tay. The Callaway Ku-klux eaM comoi up In the U. 8. court this morning. . Tbe penitentiary boy are doing considerable work now a days. Choi. G. Quenther officiates as deputy Su preme Court clerk. If you are opening a new business and want people to know It advertise. The Osage County News reports tbe sale of quinine equal to that of flour. Miss Susie Mariner left yesterday noon on a visit to St. Louis friends and the fair. The ordinances of the town of Chamois are being printed at the Journal job office. . The St. Louis fnir doings comprise most of the reading (?) matter in the St. Louis dailies. Does investigation Investigate? How about that Investigation at the National Cemetery Saturday? Simon Adler, of the Arm of Adler and Furst, of S...

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 October 1875

THE SPORTS OF THE FI LD. The Second Match Between the Sedalia and Jefferson Sportsmen's Clubs. OUB BOY8 THE VICTORS. A Princely Welcome and Gorgeous Entertainment. During the early part of last winter, while the legislature was yet in session, an effort was made to create organizations throughout the state that should have for their object, not alone the encouragement of field sports, but the pas sage and enforcement ol laws for the protec tion and preservation of game, the finny tribes of our rivers and the feathery Ulbcs ot our forests and fields from the hand of wanton de struction. It was a fact that was viewed with alarm bv every true sportsman who finds pleasure and pastime with the "dog and gun," that our woods and prairies, and streams as well, were being rapidly robbed ot their wild wealth, and with a view to checking and arresting the hand of the despoiler a number of these sportmcn's clubs sprang into being. Among them was the club of this city. As an incident to the orga...

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. — 15 October 1875

State Journa VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1875. NO. 43. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuMiaJwd ETiry Friday BT N. C. BUBCI1. - Terms of Sutrtcrlptlom jttngl copies, per year $1 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 28 Clubi of twenty, per year I 00 , , , INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE A MEDICINE AMD SURGERY, Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. SE. JXTO. BAKER, jl- physioian & Surgeon. Office and residence in Latnkin's new building, opposite .national Exchange Bank. fap25-ly, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE ABENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. Trrva Aicr bitt.T.9 T.ATCna ClTf COMMIS- ri sion, Pay Taxes, Bedeem Lands Sold for Taxes, rrocure ratents. aso. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street lec.27 72taf FRED It O MM E Li DEALER IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, WaU Paper and Pictures. .Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at- i-i HIGH STREET, c.27.'72-it Jefferson City, Mo Busoh ...

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. — 15 October 1875

The State Journal. FKIDAY. OCTOnKU 13 1875. Lav down Bill Allen, Hazy in Ohio, ain't U? it Carry the news to Miller. By nil means let us have a cheap public school. If you want to enjoy the benefits ot cheap school, come, to Jefferson City. Jefferson City is entitled to the honor of a position ns a lending citv. She takes the lead in putting down her high schools. Hoop la ! Were not I he false and fraudulent certi ficates Adjutant-General Crafton is charged with uttering based on vouchers hu has presented to the United States for pay ment? It so why not get after him In tlio U. S. courts? Where is the vigilance of the organ of the cheap public school party ol this city, that when one ol its mm goes back on the party in the school board ho is not ex posed and called to account? Vive In ! Wnllendorf, Winston and Ber ry- The three gentlemen elected, tit the late school election, members of the school board are pledged to tlio party that elect' cd them to give us a cheap public school N...

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. — 15 October 1875

1. " 1 vw"pa ganger presented bill for wbal anolh- VlWd, HI FRUKMTKD A FALSI CLAIM against th government. Mr. Btttinger bad presented claims for gaug ing to the amount of $2,870.38, end the claims had been paid, when be knew be bad not per formed the service. Every cent of theteelalmi was fraudulent. The arrangement by wblcb Mr. Btttinger wai to draw pay for a part of Mr. Borngesser's gauging waa denounced at a CUirXINGLY DEVISED 8CIIKMB to deft and the government. It made no differ ence that the actual gauger waa careful to give Mr. Blttlnjer credit for gauging done at a par ticular place, or In a particular branch of busi ness How, by dividing the gauging ol'a large num- ber of gallons of spirit between two persona (and crediting them with the work of gauging each a half of the number of gallons, notwith standing vne won 01 gauging was none py ouiy one person, was pointed out, and denounced as a robbery; and all claim presented against the government upon such a scheme were false ...

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. — 15 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1975. THE BRIDflE OF LIFE. Across the rapid M ream of seventy yean, The slender bridge of human life Is thrown ; The past and future form Its mnldcring piers; The present moment Is Its frail keystone. From "dut thou art" the arch begins to rise, "To dust" the fashion of its form descends, "Shalt thou return," tho higher cum implies. In which the first to the last lowness bends. Seen by youth's magic liuht upon the arch, How lovely does each lar-off scene appear! But ah !how changed when on the onward march Our weury footsteps bring the vision near! 'Twas fabled that beneath the rainbow's foot A treasure lay, the dreamer to bewitch ; And many wasted in the vain pursuit The golden years that would have made them rich. So where life's arch of many colors leads, The heart expects rich wealth of Joy to find ; But in the distance the bright hope recedes, And leaves a cold gray waste of care behind. A sunlit stream upon its bosom takes The inverted sh...

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. — 15 October 1875

i i The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1875. REPUBLICAN BTATB COMMITTEE. . .. , MMtlai at th Linden TTedaesday. The Republican State Central Committee met t the Llndell Hotel Wednesday morning, pur uantto the call of the chairman, Col. R. T. VanHorn. Ten ot the thirteen Congressional District were represented. The committee unanimously adopted the fol lowing: Besolved. That the efforts of the administra tion to purify the public service by the vigor ous prosecution of all official and other persons charged with the commission ot fraud In any and all departments of the government de serves the heartiest endorsement of the Repub lican party throughout the country and are emphatically endorsed by this committee. After which a committee or live was appoint ed and Instructed to report in the evening at 8 o'clock such business as mav be considered ne cessary for the action of the Committee at Its present session. The committee la composed of Col. Mark L. DeMotto, editor of the Lexingt...

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. — 15 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1875. United States District Court. MONDAY, Oct. 11. ' Tbe jury lu the out of the United States vs. James Blackburn and others, charged with con spiring and going in disguise on the highway for tbe purpose of depriving Frank Lucas and otben aa a class of persons, end because o( their being colored citizens ot the United State of African descent, ot the equal protection ol the laws and of equal privileges and immuni ties under tbe laws, was called, and charged by the court as follows: ' JUDGE KREKKL'8 CHARGE. U. 8. ) Indictment for conspiracy to de vs. I prive colored citizens of the equal Blackburn f protection of the laws and equal et. al. J privileges and immunities. Tbe defendants are Indicted for conspiring to gether and going in disguise on the highway, and on the premises (of Lucas and otlicrs fur tho purpose of depriving tbem.as a class or persons, and because of their being colored citizens of the United States of Airlcan de scent, of t...

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. — 15 October 1875

' '-TT. The State Journal. - FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. The B'lallen people were blue yesterday.' . The hone-cough tin overpowered Qulnzy. Tlits Is excellent weather for fall seedlhg. tlon. C. II. Brown gave us eall yesterday. The eplsootlo has opened horsetilltlcs in St. Louis. Alex. Tiiylorhas sold his farm to Thouias Madden. Capt. Chevalier will locate with his family In Lexington. The Beccher jury are still clamoring for their back pay. . . Touch your catarrh lightly for tho epizootic is coming. Col. II. T. Vanllorn paid the city a flying visit yesterday. The cotton crop of Mississippi county Is scarcely an average. The number of pupils enrolled In tho Bolivar public school has reached 139. Maii-Afi-ald-of-His-Mofuer-ln-Law Is going to lecture in Chicago. Quinine cocktails are the latest bourbonic 'conceit in old Kentucky. Moody and Sankey wilt commence the siege of Brooklyn Oct. 81st. Col. Ilobbs, Disbursing officer of the Trcas ry Department is in the city. . V . "W...

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. — 15 October 1875

BITS OF THINGS. The Years. Why do we heap buge mounds ot years Before ui U(I behind, And Korn the Hide days that pais Like angels on the wind 1 Each, turning round Mmall, tweet face At beautiful a near. Because it la to tmall a face We will not tee It clear. And to it turnt Irom ui, nd goes Away In tald disdain; Though we would give our lires Tor It, It never cornea again. MiaaMuloch. The movement or duty, under the in fluence of holy love ot God, constitutes what we call good works. Erskine. Toleration is a word that should not be spoken anions Christians ; for toleration is a very proud, intolerant word. Heub ner. I know ol two beautilul things : the star ry heavens above my head, and the sense ot duty within my heart. Immanucl Kaut. Looking to others lor our standard of happiness is the sure way to be miserable. Our business is with our own heart and - our own motives. Every one must find out tor himself the key to the riddle of life. It is of no use to have it tuld. Some do not ...

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. — 22 October 1875

T he State Journal VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1875. NO. 44. t WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subscription: Jlngl copies, per year fl 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. DR. JXTO. SAESR, Physician & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap2.Vlv, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE ; GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO, w-ttvo x-r oitt t o T.wns nv miNrMTS- X slon, Pay Taxes, Kcdecra Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure raienis. c. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street ueczi ism FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IS Books & Stationery r-kwnTnnTr!AT,S. BLANK HOOKS. CHKO' JL mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Vrampa niniln to order. Azcnt for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. man street, c.27,'72-iy Jefferson City, Mo Busch & ...

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. — 22 October 1875

The St ite Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1875. Tlio OiiWl, Ould story of the exchange of prisoners. Tlio Now Yurk World looks upon Jerc S. Black as among tho statesnn n of its party wlnm lightning may strike in 70 This term of tho United Suites District Court will 1)0 a paying one to tho government. The resources of tlio national banks .of N'ew York City on iho lstol'Octoher.wero SSSO.ToS.OSt.'-. Dues it tiike all ol that moiiev to do th business ol that village P OHIO. How the Republican Majority has been Reduced. WINNEBAGO. "Wholesale Democratic Frauds In "Wood County. Much is said ol St.itu rights as though they wero superior to lmli idual rights. Once secure equality of rights to tlio peo ple and the rights ol tho S'ate will take earo of themselves. It appears to bo questionable with some 1 1 tho Iriends of Major hd wards whether he will not by prosecuted bo tho Winneba go people mora on account ol the bitter article he wrote than tho harmless duel he fought. This i? a damaging 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. — 22 October 1875

Ttrt Atlantic Monthly for NoToraber makes brilliant opening with the first two chapter! ol Mr. Howell's new novel, "Private Theatricals," the scenery and persons of which are distinctly American and very striking. This Is followed by Charles Dudley Warner's "At the Gates ol the East," a travel-sketch, fresh and fulll of color in which sentiment and keen fun are charming ly blended, Uuseful Information finds a wor thy exponent In Colonel Warlng's final paper on "Sanitary Drainage," and this Is followed by the eleventh chapter of Mr. James's "Roder ick lludson." Charles Francis Adams, Jr.. be gins his long expected series or articles on rail road, with an Interesting nceount of some great railroad accidents. Mrs. Kcmble's "Old Woman's Gossip' continues its unfailing sup ply of curious anecdote, and George Cary Eg gleston takes us Into the region of historic re minlocence in his account of Use In the Old Do minion. The literary essay of the number treats of Hans Christian Andersen's sh...

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. — 22 October 1875

The Stite Journal. FRIDAY, OCTOHER 22, 1875. The Siiprrtna Court. THURSDAY. Oct. 14. Judges nil present except Juduc Vories ill. John Uendrick, adm'r of Stephen Hcmlrlek, rri., vs. I,. J. Hurch and O. W. llrownc. npp., from Ilnrton. Motion to affirm overruled. Alex, Bradford, rc-p., vs. II. II. Richardson, rt. ill., iipp., from Ilnonc. Motion to affirm. Squire Turner for rpp. James Baldwin, iipp., vs. John Baldwin, rcsp.. from Hates. Motion to affirm filed. The ca-o of John W. Biirrcss, rcsp.. vs. E. K. niair, npp., from Tettls. was submitted on brief by app ami leave until the lsth granted rcsp. to flic brief. . TAKKX AS SfllMITTKn. J. F. Jones, p. e.. vs. Marshal Gibson, il. v., from Cnllawav. J. II. Pase. resp., vs. A. & P. It. U. Co., npp., from Lafayette. State of Missouri, app.. vs. James F. Davis, rcsp.. from Webster. Motion to iliinlss tiled. The. following cac were submitted Jo the court ron KISAL DECISION. upon briefs : Geo. It. Wright, npp., vs. Chas. A. Jacobs, rcsp....

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. — 22 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOliER 22. 1875. . Docs inflations inflate Democratic ma joritles? : i ' The charm ol these October days is Hayes. Ii the Democratic Inflationists oi Ohio were beaten by the Hardmoney Democrats ot New York, as is n ow assorted the for mer ought to take a little revenge oft ol the latter ami gel even with them, by go ing over ami beating them next month. II that member of the School Board who lavors the Tribune with his cbulitions ol wrath ami "sectional lute" lor the editor of the Journal does not learn more about the actual condition of the Public School, ho would best quit writing about it. The "School Board" asserts in tho Trib une that the High School ot tho city is provided with teachers. This is not true. One ot the three grades oi tho school alone is favored with a teacher to whom to recite. Tho scholars of tho other two upper grades have no teacher and conse quently remain at homo. The Fulton Telegraph, in commenting on the ku-klux cases recently...

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. — 22 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1875. ing TI1E I'NITED STATES DISTRICT COCRT. Monday, Oct., 18, 1875. In the case of tlic United States vs. John A. Joyce, the demurrer to the Fourth eount of the Indictment was taken up, argued and submit ted to the court, whereupon the Court held the ndictmcnt was sufficient, and directed that en- 'try bemade overruling the demurrer. Plea of "not guilty" to the Indictment was re newed. Wm. Eck, charged with dealing in malt liquors without first having paid special tax, plead guilty to first count of information. Sec ond count dismissed. Fine of $15 and costs with recognizance in sum of f.'KM) to appear at next term and pay. In cast of United Slates vs. B. A. Fincman, ct al, or bond of defendants bailing out their rectifying establishment at Kaunas City, judg ment for amount of bond $15,704.17. ' Nine additional juror ordered summoned forthwith. Sam!. S. Vandivcntcr (uror. discharged In case of Mary II, Thistle, administratix vs. Estate of St....

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. — 22 October 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Nutting parties are In order. ,Thoy nWlf they could. Read our court projeodings. Oo to Grow' for your repairing. "So foolin' roun' here, Dctdemona." Walt till tow bear from Wood county. ' Christmas comet on Saturday this rear. About time for thank giving proclamation. Rumor of bankruptcy proceedings in the air. For new that 1m untrue, go away from home . Corn is selling nt $1.40 to $1.60 per barrel. Apples 50 and 00 cent per bushel in the cltv. Gov. Fletcher is the city, as attorney for Joyce. New Corn sells at 80 cents a bushel in Perry villc. Col, Kitchen has been sojourning in New York City. Capt. Bradburys house will soon be ready for occupancy. Dr. R. K. Young is occupying his new rci deuce on Muiu Street, it. Inflation is not dead, it slcepeth. So an ex change says. Beef in bulk from 1 to 6 cents per pound at rcrryvlllc. The wood pile is one of the best patronized institutions of the city. Another Innocent orphan at the ...

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. — 22 October 1875

The State Journal. A CAB DRIVER'S FLIRATION. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1875. A REMARKABLE LAWSUIT. A Legacy From George IIIIIow Fenimore Cooper's Father Becamo a Landed Proprietor. Thirteen-Year Old Girl Runs Away with a Car Driver. The Ilartwick Seminary is an Institution of theological learning in the town ol Ilartwick Otsego t-ounty. State of New York. It was lounded in 1816 pursuant to the last will and testament of the Rev. John Christopher Ilartwick, a Lutheran minister trom Saxe-(iotha. in Germany, who came to the American shores as chap lain to a body ol German soldiers in the service of England during the French and English war. Ilartwick obtained a license from he English Government to buy lands Irom the Indians, and for ono hundred pounds received a deed conjointly with two or three jmunn cnicis, 10 a imuv ui twenty-three thousand acres of land, form ing a pint six miles square on the west bank ol the Susquehanna river. This deed was subsequently authorized and render ed valid ...

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