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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 January 1877

Local News." ' MoreMiow. He wants office because financially emhar. rallied. Tbe ajfffregate of tho Governor's estimate of expenditures for Is $4,012,237. The last official act of Gorernor Hardin was to grant a three-quarter patdon. They have Gates at the treasury door now. No more bars (of gold) to If t down. It has been conclusively determined to have the grand Inauguration Ball on the 24th lost, The member of Cole bat a hard time to give all his Democratic constituents, who want it, office. Charlie Ewlng put his overcoat In tbe garret of tho mansion, Monday nitat, and the rats carried it off. A petition tor the release of Edward Shee titm is belntr generally signed by the members of the legislatrre. Judgo Miller has refused to grant an injunc tion to restrain the Secretary of State from fil ing the St. Lout scheme and eharter. As brevity is the soul of wit and eloquence, the most eloquent speech ever heard In the halls of our Legislature was delivered by Gov ernor Brockmeyer yest...

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. — 12 January 1877

;j X ; a XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MOnSISQ 8ESSI05. Wkdnksday, Jan. 10. Senator Seay suggoited that tlio roll of the Senato had not been called. Tho President responded that be win quitn well aware ol that. Ho would Inform tho Sen ator Uiat lie wan quite able to nsicortalii the presence of a quorum without a call of tho roll. Senator Moby offered a resolution ciillius on the Secretary of State for a set of Wajjner'sT Statutes lor the use of each member of the Senate . Adopted. Senator Rubey offered a lesolutlon calling on printing commissioners 10 furnish for the inspection of tho Senate Committee on Print ing as follows : 1. Accounts audited for paper, priutiug mid binding, during and tlvce tho 2Sih Gihernl As scmbly. 2. A copy of each document with the cost endorsee!. 3. The names and residence of the printer or publisher with whom they have, a contract for publishing notices, a required .by sec. J8 of tbe p& of J 170, with oopy of BUeh iontraot,' The liame and rcsidrtic...

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. — 12 January 1877

( i 1? ALLCQPK'S, i1 ii mm;; 1 Iinu 1 HUM Es-Asklor AtLCOCK'S. and obtain lliom. and bo avoid miserable IMPUTA TIONS. 13. BUAMDRBTHJ lrM Office, 294 Canal St, New York. docl-d&wSras. 1 Local News., ',l,-,l Snow melting. '' ' Doe revision revise? Sleigh It whilo you can. Oh! the musical sleigh-bells. J Rabbits ntul squirrels selling for Scents a piece. The Legislature is making progress in con suming time, i , ;.: : j What is the matter? No comnilttco clerks provided for vet. D. H. Armstrong has gono homo. He wants to be Insurance commissioner- Kissing goes by favor. But sometimes there ure not enough to go around. ; Swiftly and surely tho snow is yielding to the rays of the sun and becoming slush. The balance in the approprlotion for the pay of the General Assembly Is about $3,000. It is said that Senator Ballings! will visit St. Charles in a few days, and return a happier man. It took tho constitutional convention 00 days to enact the provisions of the new constitution, but it ...

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. — 12 January 1877

THE DECLINE OF THE GOLD PREMIUM. The late decl'mo of tlio gold prenuum ruay be traced to natural onuses; which, so long as they continue will keep the iremluio at the present or carrj it to a ower figure, except when an occasional sensation ol gold speculators produces a temporary rise. One ol the leading Cannes which have tended to bring dawn the premiums on gold, may be lound in the figures of our exports and imports (or the last eighteen months. During: the fiscal year ending June 30. 187G, the excesss of exports over imports was $79,664,481 on merchandise alone. During the same period the excess ot specie over builion in lavor ol this country was $40,509,621. The exports to Canada are nut included in the above, but the report ot the Secretary cl the Treasury puts the amount thercoi ut (10,600,01)0. This would give a total "balance of trade" in favor ot this country on merchandise alone of over $1)0,000,000. The figures ot the first quarter of the present fiscal year are now larg...

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. — 19 January 1877

V State Journal tie VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1877. NO. 4 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Eory Fridav N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription I S ingle copies, per yeai $1.50 Clubs of ten per year 1,S5 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVAIHAIILT IX ADVANCK. HENRY NITCHY! REAL ESTATE 'GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72hf DE. J2TO. BAKEE, physioian & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National J Exchange Bank. fp25-lv. Dr. A. C. DATTISOIT, OFFICE AND RESIDEXCL, Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. m., 1 to 2 r. m. P. M. Jan . 10-1 v. ' N. DE W Y L, (SUCCESSORS TC MRS. BERRI.) ORuaessTS and apothecaries HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY MO. li. G. BARROW, (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. a OFFICE 117 HIGH ST.O...

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. — 19 January 1877

Tlx Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JANl.'AKY VJ. IS77. 'Sacred lunds." Invi'Hi juration i to have a run. it seems. ' ' w Undr whose ciiiiiui.iiiil was that val liant miiitia clnk ? According to the St. Joe Herald, Ili'pru aentative Wells, of lliioli:iu;n, hn a "past' record." Mud-throwing on past Democratic Gen eral Assemblys will s.mii become the larorite amusement. Maine honors hersell iy electing James G. Blame to the I'nited Slate Senate lor the long ter.it. The Democrats of Illinois have nomina ted Hon. John M. rainier as their candi date for United Mates Senator. The House eoneurrent Resolution to revise the laws by a eommitteu ot liotli Houses bus litllen into huli.c hand.-. Attorney General Smith puts himselt on record in :avor making a warrant, lor KChool-money the equivalent of cash. The geutleman troiu Linn was asked a painted question Wednesday by Mr. Head loe. "What constitutes a bill ? Its title ?" The differences as to tne election of L'resident are to be submitted to an arbi...

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. — 19 January 1877

Tho lollowins instructions Irnm Presi dent Grant to Gen. Augur explain suffi ciently his position' on the Louisiana af fairs. It means business. Washington, D.- C January H. -To Gen. C. C. Augur, New Orleans. ., U has been the policv ot the Administration U take no part in the settlement l thu ques tion ot rijrhtlul government of the Stato of Louisiana, at least not until the Con rresssonal Committees now there- liavo made their report. Hut it is not proper to sit quietly bv and seo tho State Govern ment gradually taken possession of by m,o dlimiinia fnr (Inborn atonal honors bv illegal means. The Supremo Court set up by Mr. Nicnolls can receive no more recognition than any other equal nnmtiM cii biwvera convened on tho call lllll 1J. VJin i ., - nfanv other citizen ot the State. A Ue turning lioanf, existing in accordance with law, and haying judicial as well as ministerial iioweis over the count ot votes and in declaring the result of the late election, have given certificates ot ...

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. — 19 January 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. sKNATK-MOKXING SESSION, ft Friday, Jan. 12. Tins Senate hccupied the enliro morning on n concurrent resolution fixing tlio pay of clerks. pages ami employees, which was finally relerred. House bill. iroviiiitiit for a revision of the laws by a joint committee of the two houses, was taken up and considered, pending which the s'ctiate adjourned. AFTERNOON SKSSION. Con- iil'Tution of House resolution to appoint n committee in revUn and digest and annotate the lawn, was taki'ii up. Sena'nr Murray offered an amendment, con stituting, instead of a joint committee of both houses to perforin the work of revision, 1 cotiiniion to consist of Hon. Charles H, liar- ' din, Iloii. P.ivM Wagner ami Hon. Wil!ard P. Hall. I1' 'Miii.jt i In iii-( ujiioii of the muciulmcnt, Senator Claihorn railed for the previous ques tion. The q.iestion being "shall tho previous question he now put" Senators Ciaibovne. Flood ami Paris'i voted in the allirmative all the other Senators voting ...

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. — 19 January 1877

to ft 0 Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1877. Local News. Scllppery. More hiiow. i- ' Elegant coastlna. ' More weather. Bennett May have sailed. Boys coasting lots of fun, l Out sail knocking to get in. Sinners fall m slippery places. Tlce Is very uncertain about the weather. The SUte Auditor 1 out with his report. Frame Bays the Bazoo man wanted oflice himself. ; The finest sleighing ever experienced In these ' "diggins" Is there a rinjt formed for the appointment of , committee clerks? The House meets at Oi o'clock each day. un less otherwise ordered, j rv wen ?peaKer uu Oj'eaher jtw mm umuitw, I tbe House must decide. 'I n 1 1 C 1 . 1 ! rW. The St. Louis County Judges were btill- .fdozed the other nijjht. 1 We learn that the ice is gorged at Washing, ton causing quite an overflow. , Some of tho Member of the House ouht to fead up parliamentary )iiw. The school boys have taken possession of Monroe street, leading to the depot. How many combinations are there in and about th...

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. — 19 January 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Tcesday, Jan. 10. Senator Thompson, from Committee on Ju diciary, re ported a substitute for Senate bill amending the general statutes, giving thn pro ce of attachment la compel tho scttlcnicHt of executors uiul administrators. - Ordered to on engrossment. The same reported back resolution introduced by S-mator Rurkholder.dselarlng this n revls in? session, etc., with the recommendation that il do not puts. Senator ButkhoMer briefly advocated the resolution. He thought thero Was no better tine for this work than this. Thero was no distracting subjects before the General Assem bly. Tree from tho harrasiments of politics and other exciting mutters to divert attention from the work, the legislature never was pre pared for the work. Seuator Pope moved nn amendment striking out all after the first paragraph which declares this a revising session. lie did not want this proposition entangled with the further propo sition of apian or manner 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. — 19 January 1877

(Contined from sixth page.) Mr. tt.nkcr or Lawrence was . granted leave of absence on account of sickness iu his family. Mr. Ruusell offered a resolution instructing the doorkeeper at d Janitor to' Ventilate ' the liall by opening the windows one hour after adjournment and one half hour before seven o'clock in the morning and keep the ventila tors open at all hours except in extreme cold weather. Adopted. The State Auditor in response to the resolu loa of the Home a-kiug the resources of the State University reported that tho endowment of the University consists of Missouri 0 per cent bonds held by State Treasurer $122,000 University (.Mo) 0 per ccut boads held by Curators 100,000 Bank stock held by Curators 23,000 Total (243,000 In addition to the interest on the endow ment fund tho other resources of the Universi ty consists of appropriations or transfers from the revenue fund, leases and sales of Agricul tural college lends, tuition and contingent fees, agricultural department, r...

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. — 19 January 1877

A BULLDOZED PARISH. The other day a man and woman made their appearance at the Union depot in this city. The man had a meek, inoffen sive expression about him that made the very trucks around the platform maico vicious 1 offers at his legs as opportunity offered, and the woman's (ace was crown ed with a "business" look that made even the fearless and audacious baggage ar tists stand around and say "ma'am" when she spoke to them. She Iramed her blponi mg lace in the ticket-office window and bought two tickets, oue for Lomax and one lor Quincy. She handed the meek little man the Lomax ticket, and they boarded Conductor Jack Gifford's train. As they neared Lomax the little man grew manifestly ndgctv and anxious, and conversed rapidly anil in pleading tones with his wlte. Now, look here,"' she said at last, turning toward him. "talk, and we've had just as much on this subject as the subject will bear. You're goin' to Lo max. an' I'm goin' to Quincy, an' where I go ain't notbiu' to nobod...

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. — 26 January 1877

trot- :Jx.s3 oiv' III! ' ISM ,1. Ml i f, ' (,. i i- ,i , ii i ' v.'l VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.; FRIDAY. JANUARY 26; 1877. NO. 5 if-rr-r i-tnr.---.,-.v 1 -'J- : 'if,, f-f 1 ' kl y ' 1 J '!':! -o" J .'; ., !-. . ' m .,-ti .1 1 1 AO 1 ' . ) . . WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL,' .7 PuUishbd. ETery.Fxidav , . ' .... ' ; t BT ' . : . ' "' N. C. 15URCH. Termi of Subscription I Single copies, per yft fl,60 Clubs of ten per year..... . 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year , 1,00 ! i f', INVARIABLY IS ADVANCK.; . i ,c; HENRY NITCHY I REAL ESTATHBEHTr . :. 1 JEFFERSON CITY, MO. , ; I. - .. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sloa, Pay Taxes, Redeem Limds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. c. ' 1 , ' " ",' '.' Officver White Janvtefs store, Tllgb 'Street'" ; "!" " -is dec.27 72hf !,.. ',- K - ' ' ; 1321- J1TO. BASER,: hysioian ' & Sgeoii. : rOffico and residenccin Lamkin'a Eew building, oppose is ationai Exchange Bank. fap25-lv. Dr. A. C. D&TTISOST, I.'.:, ." . .. t ;tf. , ! . ;;,; n.i OFFICE ASD BSSK)EKCL i...

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. — 26 January 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1877. Tlio member troiu Oregon wants the Capitol removed. The bill cieating u commission to de cide who uro electors ot President, pissod the Semite yesterday. The Illinois Legislature on yesterday elected Judge David Davis, to ucceed General, Logan in the United States Sen ate. The Bill to create a tribunal tor the determination ot wh have been appoint ed Presidential electors we givo in lull this morning comments, anon. The House Judiciary Committee of Con gress have fully and unequivocally ex culpated Secretary Robeson from charges ot friud and corrnption, in the adminis tration of the affairs ot the Navy Depart ment. At a mucus of th Republicans ot the Illinois Legislature, Tuesday night, Gen eral Logan withdrew as a candidate tor the United States Senate, and Hod Charles B. Lawrence, ex-judge of the Supreme Court ol the State, was nomina ted in his stead. The importance of the opinion of Attor ney General Smith on the matter ot the prelerr...

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. — 26 January 1877

; J'' i i f 1 4 " BURIED ALIVE. " IheCouncU Blulls Nonpareil of IM morning contaloa the lollowlnj: startling 'tory : . , ' , Tber is ft IVighttul story &fig ' rounds among the express messenger In this section. The particular hare beer, given to the world by the Boone Stand ard, und wo reproduce 1 them without comment. The pnper says that "not long since Mr. Jj'rank' Burgess, nn express messenger on tbo Union Pucifio oad, had asja part ot his freight a metallic coffin containing a corpse of a man which was being shipped East for interment. - It was at night, and Mr. Burgess was lying on the eouch with which the express cars on that route are provided, dozing, but not asleep. He fancied he beard an unusual noise In the neighborhood ot the coffin. Was it a fancy begotten oi the presence of the dead out on the treeless and illi mitable plains of Nebraska, or was it not more probable that the inner Coffin had becomo a little loosened in its case and that the sqeakin noise was caused...

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. — 26 January 1877

Tko State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1877. XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. S E N AT E-M 0 11 N I N G S E S S I ON . KlilDAY. Jan. 19. Senator I'lif Ian presented the remonstrance i.f a committee of 81. Louis merchant against the repeal of the ltallroad Commissioneis' law, regulating transportation charges. Kefcrred to Cominittcu on Internal Improve ments. Scuator Mosby tubmittcd tlie ,-eport of the Superintendent of tlx; I! Mini Asylum. Ordered printeil. Bill to remove rccoriUor Surveyor-General's office to custody of Ucgiater of Land, from Judiciary Committee, ordered printed. Senator Itaby, Iroin Committee on Printing reported back rules of Senate. Following NEW Itfl.B was adopted. Rule 67. On all bills containing an emergen cy clause the vote shall first be taken on lh bill, and, if the bill pas, then a rote shall be taken on the emergency clause, and If two thirds of all the members elected vote in favor of it. then the bill shall take effect Immediately after its passage. Senator To...

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. — 26 January 1877

Local ,News. The estimated cost of llie census I $87 .032,00. .1 i .. . t . i- .. ' ' ' 1 , '' ' A now saloon aud olub room St. Joe boys at the helm. ,! . , , , t,. lit1" ' ' - ' ' 1 1 Youth before beauty In the dispensation of official favors.., ,:. ; . i'i Gen. Minor did not feet the Warden' office. He Is promised something better. 'Who will car ver mombers now?"' Is the plaintive cry of strapped Solon. The committees who were appointed to visit Asylum Mo. 2 and the Orphan' Home have returned. , ,. . President Laws Is to lecture in the llall of the House on tlu evening of February 1. Sub ject, Education. ' 11 The Senate realizes an Important truth that the real and proper place for legislative work is in committees. ' "Refalim" is going on at a lively rate In the city just now. It continues on until the wee 'sma' hours every night. We wonder if the hilarious judge of the naw county of St. Louis has yet found his lost com mission. 1 ' ' The Jefferson City sleeper will not be brough...

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. — 26 January 1877

'A rS ' XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 'SENATE MORNING SESSION. Wednesday, Jan. 24. Senate enrolled .bill to employ counsel lu the Han, k St. Joe Railroad cane signed by the offi ce of the Senate. Senator Ruby, from Committee on Education reported resolution to print the report of the Superintendent of Schools, under the super vision of that officer. Passed. Senator Wight, from Committee on Claims, reported In favor of the passage of bill direct ing the State Auditor to audit the bill ot the circuit clerk of Vernon county for costs in the case of the State vs. D. C. Hunter and J. C. McKill, tor $145.808 m order case more than two years having passed since the costs ac crued. Senator Read inquired if this was not a spe cial law as a precedent to the passage of which the constitution required the publication of no tice. Senator Wight said that was not a local re- lief bill, but a bill that was general in its effect, as it took money out of the pockets of all the people ot the State. Senator...

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. — 26 January 1877

1 Local News. Hi! ' 1 ' The nineti committee I (till In comatose State. John Walker, Railroad Commissioner, li In the city. The city U becoming thronged with fair women. Gen. Marinaduke, Railroad Commissioner, arrived yesterday. Stllsou Hutchlns la In town. To tell what he knows about "lush." Referred seats to Hiss Uerndon's recitations for sale at the Post Office News stand. Tom. Hathaway Is said to be the SoOO man of the slush ring. Who got the balance? All the young clerks ol the General Assem bly spend their spare time looking tor rooms. The pastel portrait of Miss Agnes Herndon, many of oar lady friends are desirous of seeing, is on exhibition at the Madison House We are asked what better placa the Governor has in reserve for Gen. Minor than Warden. Why not make him matron? Miss Acnes Herndon has been granted the use of the Representatives' Hall for her recita tions and impersonations, next Monday night The Inspector General of the Organized Missouri Militia Is in the city, and...

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. — 26 January 1877

MORTON ON THE SITUATION. Consideration was resumed bf the bill in regard to counting tho electoral vote. Mr. Morton took , the floor. Ho ?nid tbo bill whs the product t tho Missistiippi .plan. The shadow hot intimidation had entered the Senate chamber. He believed Rutherford B. Bayeo had boon elected President ot the United States under forms ol law nnd according; to law, and should be counted in as eighteen other l'remdents had buen, and inaugurated. Thoro would , bo no revolution. 'There have been many loose opiuions expressed because of first impressions, without examination, on this question. 1 had supposed that all agreed, in the nbsonco , ot legislation, that tho President of the Senate must count the . Vote, Tho President of Hie Senato did count tho vole lor seventy-t wo years. Tel lers wero mero facilities Vor. making cal culations and keeping accounts..' They counted what the President ot the Senate hands down to them to count and hand ing them down the certificates to coun...

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