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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 16 February 1877

Local News. And no w they say u w" 'i"" , rintsmust hang unless the Governor linter feres. . I Who i It thst has recently left the State to avoid the process from the Cole circuit court? The warm weather la Incubating the locusts. Perhaps Prof. Tlce knows what he is about. V, ho kept the balance of Munford's five thou sand and King's ten thousand, Is whwt certain gentlemen aie anxious to know. The Presbyterian Society of tho city has re colved large accessions by the arrival of the new administration and the Legislature. The wash of the river is encroachlog upon the Callawav shore and making for Cedar City at the rate of five and a half feet a dav. Elder J. W. Mountjoy, of the Christian Church, will commence a meeting In the Bap tist Church of this city on Monday evening, at 7J o'clock. wa nnfWatiinil that Governor Phelps re fuses to nardon Billy Ryder, unless recon mended by the judge and circuit attorney of the court which sentenced him. Senate-Friday Feb'y. 0. (The Senate sat in ...

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. — 16 February 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY: SENATE MORNING SESSION. Wednksday, Feb. 14 The consideration of Senate concurrent res olution Memorializing Congress for tbe pass age Of the bill to euarantee the Intercut nn the bonds ot the Texas raclflc Railroad, Was re lumed. Senator Wlcht moved the previous nuestlon Not being sustained by a majority vote, the question went oyer one day. Tbe Senate then resolved Itself into commit tee of the whole on the bill introduced by Senator Read amending the s'.ray Jaw, after Which the committee rose, when Senater Young introduced a bill by way of new section, authorizing the employment of assistant prosecuting attorneys. AFTERNOON SESSION. Senate bl'.l amending the stray law was made the special order for 10:30 o'clock to-morrow, Senator Abney was added to tbe committee on Agriculture, and Senator Read was added to the committee on Retrenchment and Rctorm. Senator Wight, for a majority of the com- mlttee on Township Organization reported fa vorably on the bill In...

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. — 16 February 1877

i potons PLASTERS. ETAsklor ALLCOCK'S, nd obtain them, and so avoid miseraoie iniouj.A TIONS. B. BRANDRETII, Pra't. Office, 294 Canal St, New York decl-wSms. Its a question of privilege. Considerable Pnelan manifested In the Sen ate yesterday. Bowman bas returned to St. Louis. Hutcbins still holds the fort. Col. Wilkinson has been granted ad uncondl tonal pardon. Good. V. M. of the lobby promises us the naralive of another incident In a few days. The Howell county witnesses In the crooked whiskey csei there are setting ready for their trip hither. The Hlrh-jolnt commission is still studying the great problem of how not to take the eight spot with a seven. The Senate Penitentiary Committee visited the Prison yesterday. They found everything in apple-pie order. , ' Hutchjns still refuses to go snooks with his admiring vindicator Bowman in the matter of expense to secure a full and impartial invert!' gation. OurV. M. of the lobby is on the tiack of a fresh sensation. It the slush inves...

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. — 16 February 1877

cAproLivER feRtiEttr of quincy; ' ' BURNED TO DEATH. " IN DURANCE VFfcV VILE. Hi ! His Steam eu, the Lizzie Baylf.ss, a , ' ." Total Wueck. , ". Special Dispatch to the Globe-Democrat. Alton III , February 11. The steamer Lizzie Bayless arrived here last evening on her way to Quincy, and tied up for the night. Aoout 10:30 o'clock she took fire in the cabin, in some unknown way. and in a short time was burned to the water's edpje The Captain, Oliver Gruel!, of Quincy, was asleep in his stateroom at the time of the fire, and the flames spread so rapidly that ho could not bo rescued, was burned to death. His brother, a boy ol fifteen, was badly burned about the arms in trying to awaken tho Captain. The rest ol the crew escaped. The re mains of the Captain were dug out of the ruins after the firemen had subdued the flames. The body was burned to a crisp, and now lies in the Water Works build ing awaiting the Coroner's inquest. The steamer had no cargo, but was towing an empty barge. She...

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. — 23 February 1877

State ine ourna VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY, MO- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1877. NO. 0 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published S-rory Fridav BY N. C. BURCII. Term, of Subscription t Single copies. pcryeat $l,fi0 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year.... 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ET ATE GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Hedeein Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over White fe Janvier's store. ITifib Street dec.27 72hf sioian & Surgeon. ftOffice and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-lv. Dr. JfL. C. DATTISOIT, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. M., 1 to 2 P. M. p. m. Jan.lO-lv. N. DE WYL, (SUCCESSORS TC MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY MO. N. C. BURCH, O. G. BURCII Att'y at Law Notary Pub. and Cu "'vane IT. 0. BURCH & ERO. Real Estate Agents JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUY AND S...

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. — 23 February 1877

The State Journal nil i) ay. February 2:5. is:7. The local ot fie Springfield, Mass.. Rc pullimn think it h' could get lire wood down to !?7 a cord it would be compara tively cheap. Kight to seven again. Singular that fiosc seven Democrats can't rise above pirty and come square up to the good old doctrine ol States' rights. The Springfield, Mass., Htiublinm re calls a visit ot D. D. (dead duck) Field, tD Stoekbridge last tall, when in the pres ence of a pal t y ot distinguished Kcpuh lieans he cxpresvd as inucli distrust otTiidi-n as anyone present, and gave his hearers the impre.sion that he cuii'd never support him lor an Allien. Wo must apologize. Evidently Major Ciaik toreman "f the late special grand jury t the county more Cully compre hends the situation that wo gave him credit lor. I!e points to the Cralton case as a very forcible illustration ol the folly of indicting a high Democratic State f 1 1 -cial with the expectation that any thins will came of it in this cuurt except...

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. — 23 February 1877

I' 4 ok in it ( TIIE MARKETS. RETAIL PRICE LIST OF T11IS DAY. our Western Star. rer barrel $8 00 " Sack W Capitol Star, per Sack.... 3 78 Capitol Mills, XXX Family . per ..... 8 25 Capitol Mills, Extra Family, per sack.... 2 75 Graham Flour, per 100 lb 3 2i MWd.ns - ................ 200 Buchwhent Shlpstuff 3 7fl " ; 10 ' " (0 Shorts jiran ' ro Corn Meal, In Paper Sack, per Bushel... of) Corn Meal In Bulk, per bushel 4o Corn, shelled, per bushel 40 Corn, ear, per bnsqel SO Ryo Meal. per 100 lli 2 23 Bran bv JtfoO lb 4 00 Wheat per bushel H0&1 20 UAKKKT QUOTATIONS : Wheat No. 2 1 00 to $m 3 Kis to ()." 4 73c. fa 83 White shelleil corn mixed In Kara 2V. to .10 Oats flow nnd lower 20c. to 22 1 BARLEY. .403l.00. HAY. 8t 12 a ton. SEED MARKET. FLAX SEED. $1.25, none offering. ' TIMOTHY REKD.-S2.iiO CLOVER PEED. S0.()()(rj jjs.00. HUNO A MAN 50(r75c. MILLET. -91.50. ' BLUE GRASS. SI. 50. PRODUCE MARKET. BEESWAX. 25c. BUTTER. IS M'2Zc BROOM CORN . 40gS!100 a ton. CHEESE. Prime to choice...

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. — 23 February 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1877. XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SKXATE-MORNIXG SESSION. Friday, Feb. 10. A communication from Henry W. Ewing, Clerk or the Supreme Court, giving a state went of tbo receipts of office for 1375-0, was reail, showing fame For 1873 92.400 73 For l$7tT 6,164 55 Annual expense, S2,5i0. Referred to Committee or. Internal Improve ments. ritOPOsITIONS AND MOTIONS. Senator Terry: Culling fur report from com mittee on Printing lor information ax to exist ence of contract for printing lor the General Assembly. Senator Terkins: For report from Warden, as to officers, rank and pay of the penitentiary. Senator Parsons: Bill regulating the liability of sleeping car companies. Senator Tope: For punishment of election frauds. Senator Wight: Amending general statutes in relation to condemnation of lands for public purposes. Senator Phelan : Amending general statutes and providing for incorporation of colonization associations. Senator Read: Resolution to print 2...

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. — 23 February 1877

v r A Local News. The mnglc number Is eight. Any straw bond we wonder t Eggs from 10 cent to 12j per dozen. Tbe maplo sugar feeason is In full blast. Col. J. II. Stover, of Versailles is quite 111. Tbe streams of Missouri are all clear of Ice. Good tree planting time, Mr. Gregg informs us. Spring approaches with fine promises for the farmer. The large sand-bar opposite the city Is grad ually disappearing. Tlckett and Pickett and Hewitt to Hewitt, and still its 8 to 7. The stalwart miner from riatte" Is the newly earned sobriquet of a Senator. There are two Wells In the House and both have becoms very dry. They've got a grand revival at Sedalia, and BaVe is reported among the chief mourners. 4 Wm. A. Hart, a Boone county farmer sold a head of cattle In CnlciRo at $5 per bun. dred. There is certainly something wrong with the digestion of some of our Democratic friends else why so snappish. Died At Central Mills, Missouri, John G. Rhoding, better known as John G. Trops, in the 75th yea...

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. — 23 February 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SEXATE-MORXIXG SESSIOX. Tuesday, Feb. 20. Souutor Phelan offered a resolution to print 2."X) additional copies of substitute for Semite Bill Xo. I), of the organization and conduct of Saving Bunks und Bauks of discount Mnd de posit. Adopted, und tiio Bill made the special order for the 1st of March. Sen.3ill conforming the law.to create a Board i)t Curators for the State University to the con stitution, decreasing the number of curators to nine. Ordered to engrossment. House concurrent resolution memorializing congress lor relief from the special tax on leal tobacco. Resolution ndop'cd. Aves, 2D; noes, s. Senate Bill amending this law of unlawlul eutry and detainer. Senator Thompson offered nn amendment authorising stilts for utilawiul detainer against a person in possession of real etaie hold ins over after sale fur sanii! under deed of trust whether for purchase money or not. rending the consideration 'f the Hill, the Senate adjourned. , AFTERNOON SESSION'...

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. — 23 February 1877

IPOROUS PLASTERS: tAsklor ALLCOCK'S, and obtain thorn, and so avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. B. BRANDRliTU. Prs't. Ofllce, 234 Canal St, New York. decl-w3ms. Local 3STews. St. Louis is ricii. Russell is a spicy chnp. St. Louis wants a school of art. ' O'Neill's lobby bill should pass. Interest rates must como down. Spring has apparently come to stay . "Reform the Democracy?" What an idea. The transfer war Is wa-jlng hot and furious Burning for tobacco beds over in Callaway. Martin Collins, the Insurance man is in town. Was it Ilutchins or Eowmiu tho committee wanted to Investigate. George beat tbe boys yesterday tlio Senator from Phelps concluded. The Imperialists have their masquerade on Friday the 2nd of March. Quito a spirited contest for matron of the prison has sprang up. Bowman is reported to have been told to "put up or shut up" and that he did both. Don't let tho legislature deceive you, farm ers. Sell your tobacco only to licensed deal crs. Mrs. Lvkens is converting tho memb...

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. — 23 February 1877

milC-A-BRAC. We kan lnpka almost anny thing possi ble 01 impossible by saying it is so and sticking to it. A discontented skeptic worships compe tition, as ft contented skeptic worships calm. Leslie Stephen. When a noble life ha9 prepared old age, it is not the decline that it recalls, but the first days of immortality. l)e Stael. Tharo iz a right way to do everything; the man who knows exactly how kan even turn a grind stun 20 per cont better than a green hand. Adrice and phisick aro the two most plentjest things in the world, and the man who makes enny blunders or gits sick must be a phool. Panic terrors are peculiar to cities and crowds. State street and Wall street are in n panic when Herkshiro county and Illinois prairies are quite calm. J. F. Clarke. Where the ancient creed no longers sat isfies the aspirations of mankind, the phil osopher has his chance, and too often tails to turn it to account. Leslie Stephen. Gavroche I. How fond ol oranges you seem to be always eating the...

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. — 2 March 1877

The Jour: VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.. FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1877. NO. 10 r State rial v f ) r i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, BT N. C. BURCII. ' : Term, of Subscription t Sinjjlo copies, perycat $1,30 Clubs of ten per year,. . . t 1,25 Clubs of twenty, pdr year 1,00 ,.. ' INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ET ATE ; GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. T3UYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS- Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over wnite janviers store, jngn Street dec.27 72hf DR. JXTO. BAZEE, physioian & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite .National Exchange Bank. fap25-lT, Sr. IL. C. IDAVISOIT, 'OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours8 to9 a. m., 1 to 2 p. m. P. M Jan.lO-lv. N. DE WTL (SUCCESSORS T( MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARIES IGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY MO. N. C. BURCH, O. G. BURCH Att'y at Law Notary Pub. and C-uVvanc N. G. BURCH & BRO. Real Estate Agents JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUY AND SELL LANDS ON COMMIS sion. P...

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. — 2 March 1877

The State Journal FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1877. The back bone of Filibuster is broken The President elect will nrriye in Wash ngton nbout Friday. The Filibusters ol the Missouri Legis lature now wish they had not done it. As the modest orator would, say "we are too full lor utterance." The Inauguration of President Hayes will take place at the Whito House on Suniay next. The charm of the figures is broken to be succeeded however by a return to the patriotic combination ol 7 t 6. It is quite apparently the purpose ol the majority ol the lower House ol Congress to defeat the declaration ol the election ot President Hayes and consequently his inauguration, by that description ol tactics known as filibustering. The Senate devoted the morning hours of yesterday to the discussion of the Bill abolishing the Board of Railroad Commis sioners of the State. The Board has evi dently not succeeded in impressing some very intelligent men and faithlul repre sentatives that, even with enlarged pow ers, th...

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. — 2 March 1877

1857, H, E. SCHULTZ'S ! Dry Goods JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Three Stories And Basement Filled With GoodsrJ -THIS RELIABLE Twenty Years of Successful Business Career wishes to britiR to the the notice of numerous customers and the public that he la better than eyer prepared to meet the wishes as regards the Assortment, Quality and Low Prices of his Goods. We quote with pleasure a few prices, which we are conudent.will gire satisfaction : Calicoes of good to choice quality beninning at 4. Bleached and brown domestics from 6, 8 and upwards. Percales 1 yard wide beginning at 10c ts. Dress Goods all wool filling at 15ets and upwards. Not only this goods are cheap, but all others are in propotjon to the aboTC, as JEANS, COTTONADE, CASHMERE. CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE. TABLES. POCKET Ladies and child shoes, notions and fancy Tou are invited to inspect this magnificent stock, and we beg you to remember that no store will be allowed to undersell H. E. SCHULTZ. mar2-w3m CHICAGO & ALTO 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. — 2 March 1877

XX1XTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE-MORNING SESSION. Friday, Feb. 23. 1 The consideration of Senate bill to abolish the Board of Railroad Commissioner and to repeal the law prescribing, their rights and duties wa resumed. Senator Wear addressed the Senate in oppo sition to the bill. Senators Terry and Seay supported Its pass axe. Senator Abner asked to have the bill laid over Informally. Adjourned. AFTERNOON SESSION. Bill to abolish office of Railroad Commission ers was laid over informally by a vote of 12 to 11. Senator Thompson from Committee on Ju diciary reported back bill for the protection of Taxpayers. The bill provides that where, in an action of quiet title, possession Is recovered of premises the parly in possession shall be entitled to re coyer the taxes by him paid on such premises with Interest, &c. Ordered engrossed. Senator Lakeuan reported aJversly on bill submitting a constitutional amendment to the action cf the constitution prescribing limitation o nthe power of t...

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. — 2 March 1877

) !. ' is 1 ' -I I' ' ' 1 ' ' ' : ' n.i n Local News. Beautiful. On to Washington. Frank Hlckox li here. The rat bill In the Senate. A good day for dress parade. The time has come for a change. U. 8. District Court next Modiy. The peach bud are putting back again. About 35 members are absent from the House. The' Imperials have a bal masque Friday night. ' O'Neill and Martin are both away, and we miss them. There are a aood many "trimmers" here abouis. Hon. Jos. Southard of Dallas is on brief visit home. Peter Fromme still quite ill, is preparing f r a trip into the counti y. Mr. Davis, member from Pulaski, went home Sunday quite ill. The would-be Insurance Commissioners arc becoming quite numerous. How many men can stand the "racket" of an investigating committee? The Probate cioVirt bill has passed the House. About 125 new places provided. The House has settled down to work and is fully up to the order of business. Carver had a bank account here, also anoth er man, but where are 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. — 2 March 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Thursday, March 1. Senator Flood introduced a bill providing for the publcation of the Supreme court decisions and the appointment of a reporter. Senator Terry introduced a bill to provide for aaniform system of selecting lax books in cities havinf a population of 60,000 and up wards. A memorial from P. Zcppcnficld relative to abase of penitentiary grounds was referred. Senator Read submitted a minority report in the Rush-Wallace contested election case. Made a special order for to-morrow at 2 p m, The interest bill was taken up and arfued at length. A resolution was adopted to close debate and rate on all amendments at 3j p. m. A failure to sustain the prerlous euestion car ried the bill oyer till to-morrow. The bill to repeal section 8 of the act estab lishing the Orphan's Home and providing that the counties sending orphans to said Instituiion should provide for their ma'ntenance, passed by m vote of eighteen ayes. Adjourned. HOUSE...

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. — 2 March 1877

AIXCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS 3rAsk ior ALLCOCK'S, and obtain them, and so avoid miserable IMM1TA T10NS. B. BRANDRtfiTH. Pru't. Office, 294 Canal St, New York. decl-wSms. SUPREME COURT DECISION. SCUULTZ VS. PACIFIC RAILROAD, OVKURCLED la Supreme Court, October, Term. 1870. Emma F. rrpctor, respondent, ys The Han nlbal and St. Joe Railroad Company, app. This U an action instituted by plaintiff as the wife of Joseph Froctor for the recovery of five thousand dollars damages under the provisions of Section two, Wag. Stat. 619. The petition alleges tbat Joseph Proctor who was the husband of plaintiff, was on the 19 of March 1873, in the employ of the defendant as engineer having the charge of an engine going west on defendant's road propelling a train of cars. Tbat on said day a locomotive engine with a train of cars thereto attached bound east, belonging to defendant and operated on the said road by the agents and servants of the defendant, and unjjer its management, was by said agents 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. — 2 March 1877

ABSURD RUMORS CONCERNING SEN ATOR CONKLINO. Special to the Cincinnati Gazette. Washington, Feb. 20. Senator Con- -n , . . . . . . nuns; is certainty nnioimnnie in oetng a continued object of suspicion to bis parly associates and an ever recurring source of hope to the Democrats. It turns out that the report nfiont at tho capital yester day that he was eoins to opposo the counting f the Louisiana returns was pretty widely believed by the Democratic senators ami representatives, and that many of them actually expected, up to the closo of the debate, that the imposing form ol tho handsome New York senator would enter tho chamber, and that his persuasive voice would at the last moment turn defeat into victory. The story that found such ready credence among them was absurd enough. It was that seven other Republicans, most of them irom the South, had agreed to vote against con firming the Louisiana decision, it Conk ling would lead tho opposition in a speech. These seven senators were sup...

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