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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 2 January 1874

I 4 1 4 , ! The State Journal. FHIDAY, JANUARY' 2, 1874. Tho Fear of Dootli. Why Is it that tho ihliiiliitahts ot mi-cnll-i'd Christian fcountries fear to die yorc than all others? This nncistinii limy im ply n Inct which is novel to m:iny, yet the fact is truo. Tnio Christians urn undoubt edly in tho hour of death sustained by their inilh, mid wu read of ni.-uiy enhn, holy, and pem-elul Christians' deaths: hut 1 he laet remains that death is dreaded by the muss of men, hi Christian countries. There are many well authenticated ac counts of Christian martyrdom, where men and women lor their religion have unflinch ingly suffered ignominy." persecution, and death ; but tho mi inn is true of the devotees of oilier creeds. The heathen, however, is apt to face death calmly. Ho looks on it simply ns so much physical jmin. To him-there is no horror in 'what is beyond the grave. The weak and timid Hindu, who submits to insult and abuse without the courage to strike one blow in his own defens...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2(5. 1873. Published Every Priday BY BU11CH & MEREDITH, Tmmi at Hubucrlptlon I Single eoAn. per year '. l ,10 .'luls of ten per your 1 35 'lubn of twen v. per year 1 00 INVAUIAUI.T IN ADVANCH. Mk. Josf.I'H Akcii, the friend anil chum pion of tho laboring t-lassos of England, recently relumed home lroni a visit to this country, and nt ouce set about pic paring for a largo migration of his coun trymen to our shores. In a report re cently Issued he states that ten thousand English laborers, men, women, agd chil dren, will sail Inr America early in the Spring. THE STATE TREASURY. Its Condition January 1, 1874 Receipt and Dlaburaetiients. The Treasury has been exceedingly ac tive In the past month. An extraordinary effort to restore its fortunes has been made, and it has, in the main, succeeded, as the following will show : ('Kb receipts for Oecember ll.154.aV) 74 Dhtbunteoivnts same period 042,868 67 Excess of receipt (1311,782 17 Receipts were on...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. r-" 1 FRIDAYS JANUARY X 1874. LGgAL NEWS. i i X J! L"" -T Furs 1 1 oyster Just received. Jfliutlmui has ''' ft- Malaoa Grirp;;jnly "70 relit per pound, at t'flntbiim's! j i -' . ' Jlaj. WKl(iKrUOiItli lit fettter, Ir. Wel xh;ai St. Louis. ' f. r,". k.r JIon. S. B. lUciUlilwft.V,of tfepI-gudaturc, nrHs4 In the oily Wednesday. . u " 11 . "" CuOtcE Dche-Aaad Imperial JIulhi,Xuts, Figs, Qcoumit!,J)Micl,-Tto., StfTllnrhnm'sl O. X. RlcilARtUTgditorVor thaClloldrn A' railed if the " Sanctura'StVednesday. Bknator C'ELifcVlilEcsti&eil wiltncsdny liittw fleton ease before the St. "Louis Criminal CourwJ S Iir9iiANNON'tae (jfotciWr'a Secretary, wa rcfUOofed at th-Jluiiter' Hotfsc St.-l.oul8, WcWsdav. " U 0.' f dward BoLiHDk ciidctettaf Vape lu tlio .stto CrimiigfiyourVI toljfrbtflfljjht ttf. fof Ave vcar. ' K-i Kf p o I'HitBY ft Co.swo-putting upnfce shutting of thkr machinery ic tM shit-wlaUli tM ncwclosure. - p. M XffM FHOEnEjGtMif 1X8 will Tioiuro4 tills rliv on next T...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1874. Ziooal XTowe . Jupoixq from tlin noise W should nay Hint tho b'lioys HaI a pretty g.wd time Christina lny. Stock trade brisk. Almanacs fur '74 In demand. AMU&KMKNT4 lively ut Bnutg Hull. Blow yo wintry winds, blows! Mr.ltCfnY reposes In the arm of era. Kaihkk dined his guest In flno style Christ mas day. KtnntTS, ducks, quail,, chickens, etc., plentl Ail In the market. ATTOKNKV-tiKNKUAl. Kwino returned from St. Louis Sunday evening. Statu Auditor Clark and Treasurer Salmon went to 8t. Louis Monday. From indication on the streets we Infer that tome folks drink too much turkey. Hard t'mea don't seem to disturb the met--rimonial market from all accounts. Oro. W. Framk, Assistant Secretary of the tate Senate, spent Sunday in St Joe. Stkkkt cleaning, house painting and a gen eral rubbing up aeem to be the order of the day. Stkmct Scene Monday An accommodating -Individual endeavoring to support an Intoxicat ed lamp-post. George Lartenau ia t...

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. — 9 January 1874

J ournal. btate I lie VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9,1874. NO. 3. KATES OF ADVERTISING One square, one week " each attdltinnnl week " thr.e months " nix months " one year Unc-rourth column, thrre montliH " six months " " ono year... Oue-lialf column, three months , " " k(x months " ' one ycur Due column, six months " one year AO A 0 9 00 13 00 18 00 &j 00 l 00 83 00 4 00 70 00 70 00 125 00 Merson City Business Directory. AT 8COVERN WAGNER'S, on Madison street, is the place to buy your irroccries, wines unit liquors, etc. Call anil examine their large Block before buying elsewhere. A NDBAE, II. P. Dealer in Foreign and Do- XI. mesne Toys, Musical Instruments, !S ports mail's Good, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco Pipes, etc, High St., bet. Jenerson and Madison, um 4 nn r itudvii v k on U......I. n..i. j em. Proprietors, dealers in all kinds of Lumber, Shingles, Fence Posts, etc., corner of Main and jenerson streets. w" w i ' t t-..n ,1 r oi....,i-- kj .. i 1 t 1 ....

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. — 9 January 1874

Tho Stafco Journal. I'Iuday, .iam:auv o. is-j. iimmiina It is reported that Ihe President will or der a new election f-r Ciivorntir und Slate ot'docrs nt L-ini-ii ,ti:. A cai:i:i-i i, canvass d tin- position l' t'ie Senate in the eiiiiliniialioti of lilair, shows that In- has nut lomnoruic votes suflli-ii-iit to 'xU is Mm a m i,,nty. Conor.il N.'u-rnian anil Adjutant-Ceiioral ToWUSelld ll.inl; it would he unwise to IV ibtre t!u- Ktivnu-l'i " I'm- army, owino; tu t'i- i-nuditi-ei of nIViirs tei tin.- frontier. A j.in caucus i.f the Democrats nl both Houses (it'tln- (ii'iici-al A-f.-i-mlily is to lu lu! I in tin- 1 11 J of the Ii.niv, mi Monday ''-"'. to loii.-i.li r matters of :eiiorai party interest. It is mm -red in Washington that Presi dent Crint, in withdrawing "ihu name of Willi un lor tho flrii-f-Jii.-i!oshi. will send in the name n Cii-lunjr. ami in lliat event, perhaps, Williams or l'.ristiw will : t.i Ma.lri I. IIN. IIi-ii ry T. Mll.lil, of St. Louis, v ill introduce a bill...

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. — 9 January 1874

'.jv-fW'1 w- The State Journal. KIUpAY. .TAXUAKY 9. tSTt. LOCAL NEWS. Tins 1 Mm Work f Vmjer. Services to night nt tlio Methodist Church. Gr.s. Hi.aiu's friends are here In force nnd working manfully f.ir his confirmation. The Tennessee Homo win Illuminated last nlglit In honor of the battle of New Orleans. Judise Eaxkm, of Russcllvlllo, this ciinnty, him paid $2,800 for lead for hi furnaces In the past two week. County Court adjourned yesterday, after completing settlement wlih Collector Berry, until the 31 Monday In January. TUB Stato Auditor drew his warrant yester day in fnvor of Thomas Walsh, architect of the North-western Lunatic Aylum, for $-.'0,000. COL. CoLMAN Informs us that It Is very proli ablo the National Grange of the Patrons of Hus bandry will fi its headquarters permanently at St. Louis. Messrs. Campbell, Vcddcr and Kerr's Slave Drying house at Osage City, In -this county, was destroyed by fire Tuesday night 20.000 staves .destroyed. Somf, of the member have begun t...

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. — 9 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1874. Hon. John T. Heard, of Pettis, has In preparation a bill, which ho will introduce early in the session, materially simplifying the assessment and collection of the rev enue. TllKUF. are no new developments with regard to the Chief-Justiceship, though tho preponderance of opinion now is thnt the nomination of Williams will not be con firmed. The Senate Judiciary Committee had several meetings during the recess of Con grcss, and considered tho bankmpt bill with a view of perfecting and reporting it to the Senate at an early day. It is slated that tho class of lobbyists at Washington who get pay for their services cither in cash or in interests of the schemes they engineer, are disposed to demand higher compensation this year than here tofore. They say that tho economy grow ing out of the panic, has made much more effort and skill necessary to cany through their projects. Tub news from Spain is decidedly revo lutionary in character, and if 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. — 9 January 1874

Vi.i mm0" The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, 1H74. STATE XEWS. Moberly bus a Cnrpuntura' Association. Futtis Circuit Court convened yesterday. The docket U quite lengthy. Pork in selling ut 5 l-2c. per pound In Washington county. Tlio St. Louis soup-housc.conl excepted, is repurted sell-sustaining. f Only 76 per cent, of $ .5,000,000 taxes due has bceu collected in St. Louis. Tlio Buffalo llcjicx says corn has sold ai high as $1 per bushel in that locality. Over 500 bales of cotton from Arkansas were received in Springlield last week. There were 12:1 deaths in Sedalla during the year 1873 ; death rate, I 1-2 per cent. Warrcnton and other towns in the Statu are giving concerts for the benelit of the poor. The buildings of Carthage, public and private, erected during the past year, cost gtsti.yoo. Norman J. Column, of the Rural World, pronounces the prospect tor winter wheal highly favorable. During the month of December tlio Col lector ot St. Louis received gl-l.SH-t.G'J roni taxe...

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. — 9 January 1874

The State Journal. , FRIDAY. JANLARY !. 171. Legislative. SKN'ATK. Tim Senate was called to order by tho President at 10 o'clock a. .m. Prayer hythe Chaplain. Upon ti rail the roll, tint following Senators answered to llicir names : Senator Allen. Rean, Belch, Iirownc, Ksscx, Fil ler, llanlin, Halligan, Ittner, Lancaster, LsiDue, Morrison, McGiuiiis, Newlaml, I'al mer. 1'attcrsiin, l'lielati. Ramsey, Strothcr, Vntulivert :(. Tlio President laid before llie Senate a communication front the Secretary ol'State nflieially announcing tlie election of Join) It. Keller sis Senator lor tlie !ld Senatorial District, vice lion. Thos. McCarty, deceas ed, ittul Slielton S. Aliney from 'the I'Stli District, vice .lohn l'apin resigned. On motion of Senator Mouuisiin the new ly elected Senators were sworn in. AMMf.SDAXT Tl) T1IK liKYKNI'K LAW. Senator Stiiotii Kit asked and obtained tlie unanimous consent of the Senate to in troduce a hill amending the Revenue law of last session. The hill repeals...

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. — 9 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 0. 1874. has a private. ceret.arv. nt a niilary l' t;VM pur annum, to pi-rlm-nt thu duties which devolve tin- (Jovei-nor. Resolved, That the Committee mi Re trenchment an I Rd'orm, he requesto. I to consider then m ittcrs, anil report nin.w tiros lor I'lt" ili-n'inUiini uico of i-ai'h posi tion. ' Tlie resolution was udnjited nearly unan imously. Mr. lli';itKS ou'erel a resolution that Speaker appoint a committee, on tlin lues saire ol tlio (inviM'nor, mi 1 aecoiiipanviirr dncunicnt.s lor llie. purpose of classify in the sn'ijeWH und rccouiniciidin'j; commit tees to which the name should he referred. Adoplod, nii1 the Speaker appointed Messrs Chandler, Heard, Walker of How ard, Mtldd and lleadle. IVI i". TiritNKtt of Mootie. iravo notice tliat lie would niovo un iiinondinent to the rules of the House, liy adding to committee on State I'niversitv. Mr. Hathawav offered a resolution dt lectins t!ioScr:reiit-at-Arnis to furnish each uicniiM-r, the riii...

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. — 9 January 1874

The St a to Journal. FRIDAY. ,1 M' UY . 1874. Supreme Corn . lo day, January Utli. Jl lKiK F. Sitmpk wili dike moms at tliu AVagncr to-night. J.J. Maloney l on with Frank Gray tit Night Watch hereafter. OUR cotemporary, the People' Tribune, appeared Monday ux h ilnily, mid presented n bright, attractive and newsy face. Success to it. Tim Governor bin added another ti the great army of Nnta'-v i'ulilies that possess this State. Win. F. XV of St. Louis. 1 hi name. A VI. ash of Hgl .liiWwas recently measured by H French scicuti-:. and found to bo ten ami it-half miles long. I! nv 1 id n did It take him to doitf Mlts. Sankohii, v,"i--. las been for a Ions time Matron of the lVn'ti i uy, has been removed to give place to m !i r Howard rounty relative ol tho Wurdcn's, . aiv informed. United States C .11 r Rudlong and his deputy. Mr. S. W. (' mi yesterday made an inspection of the brrwi ri.' and cigar factories of the city and found l:i 'in all right. Yesterday worm tut; very windy. Severa...

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. — 16 January 1874

State J ouraal VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1874. NO. 4. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oob square, on. week , " each additional week., " thrae months " six month , " one year One-fourth column, three months, , nix months.., " " one year One-half column, three months.... " " six months.. .. One column, six months... " one year... 91 oo 60 6 0U 00 IS 00 18 00 25 00 SO 00 3$ 00 43 00 -70 00 70 00 135 00 SENATE MORNING SES8ION. ' Friday, January 0, ' , Senate met pursuant to adjournment. . 1 The President in the chair. ,. Prayer by the Chnplaiu. ENROLLING CLERK. . , i- The President laid before the Senate the resignation of Henry . W. , Ewlng, as Kr. i rolling Clerk of the Senate, he having been elected Clerk of the Supreme Court. . 8 -nator Morrisson moved that the resizuatlon of Mr. Kwinft be accepted, and that the Senate proceed to elect Ills successor. . Carried. i ; v Senator La Due nominated Eugcno Moore, wno was elected inr a unanimous vote. The President laid before ...

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. — 16 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY jfe, 1874. Tiir Mack Crook la the latent attraction in St. Louis. ' - Tub St. Louis Sportsman's Club wants the Legislature to pass a stringent game laW, ? ' 1 ' Ckonknhoi.i, tlie murderer of Boet tieher, who was reported dying, is recov ering. . ' Col. Robert K. Withers was elected United States Senator from Virginia on Tuesday. ' Death in St. Louis last week, 101, con sumption and pneumonia being the princi pal causes. Attorney-General Williams thinks that Congress will not order another election in Louisiana. Hon. A. G. Thiinnan, of Ohio, was re elected to the United States Senate on Monday last. FitoK. J. L. Tract, of St. Louis, has gone to Washington as to Senator Bogy. privato secretary About 900 miles of narrow-gauge rail roads are in operation, three feet being the accepted standard. Susau B. Anthony wants Senator Sum tier to introduce the word "sex11 in his Civil Rights Bill, but he won't. Briuiiam Yovno has instructed his missionaries to s...

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. — 16 January 1874

"The State Journal!" ..,....T,iWj4--t. FRIDAY. JANUAKY 16 1874.' .From WcjOMMiar DiMy.J " Hon. James McDonMs, the ablo Representa tive from Kansas City, arrived In town with hi wife yesterday. Dr. Adams, of Butter has alto arrived.. ",.', .', , ,'":,'.. i !'. Jflen. John B. Gray former Adjutant General, la In the city with a .militia bill dividing the Itate Into seven districts, each district to have Bflfcidler, each dlatriet to have all the soldiers destiwd, and each soldier to have ft hat. flttn. llrant VAUfrifr man. vumm trlnil In the St. Louii Criminal Court, Monday, on a charge of grand larceny, in stealing railroad ticket at the depot of the St. L., K. C. A N. It. R. He waa convicted and will be brought op tVr two yean. Hon. John L. Sutherland, Judge of the Bu- efcauan County Court, is in the eity on business i gating to securing ttie passage or a Dili mrougn the legislature authorizing Buchanan county to issue bonds to complete the new court house now in course of erection at...

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. — 16 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JAXUAKV 1 '. 174. The California Legislature wants Con TtM to prohibit Chinese immigration. Tun newly proposed ixmndary of St. Louis will embrace fnrfy-i wo iquuro miles. Jamk A. Wf.stos lie.-, iinen nominated by the Democrats f V' c Hampshire for iovrnor. The somewhat u- rums Coe-Ambrose murder trial coinc i:i f"r a new hearing atl'alwvra to-nwrrow. God moves tlirin-.rli history a the giants of Homer through ..pace; hu takes a step and ages have lulled away. Tiik Governor approves of the proposed new banking law, and recommends its provisions in the most positive terms. In some parts ot Saline county the far mers are discussing the propriety of adopt ing what is popularly known as the "Stock Law." An English Duke of Somerset, proud of his illustrious fore-fathers, once declared that he sincerely pitied Adain, because he had no ancestor. Many farmer in Holt county, living along the Missouri. exei't to see acres of their land tumble into tlio liig Muddy the...

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. — 16 January 1874

j The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16 1874, Contlnnad fronj Ynt dug. ' . The motion prevailed by a vote of 19 ayes to 0 noon. ' j , . . -, The bill wis then read third time for Infer nation. I senator uaruin inougni me mil m antno op was somewhat ambiguous In iu tenni. It pro vide that the taxes due on the 31st of December may be paid without penalty at anv time be for the 1st of Anril, but It did not orovkia what penalty shall be imposed for the month of f April ana miiv. i Senator Wyatt snld that it wns his Intention to provide In thu bill that the taxes not paid on the 1st of April should bu collected together with 31o penalties now imposed. It was designed erely to extend the time for payiueut without Interfering with existing penalties on the taxes which wcro not paid on or before the 1st of April. Senator Ktrothcr snld that while he orcferred his own bill, yet he would vote for this bill as offering temporary relief. Senator McUinnis said ho would prefer the hill of Senator ...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 174. Publish! SYiry Friday uv URC1I & MEREDITH. Terms of Wubscrlitlon i hlng le copies, per year Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year IXVAltlAHLY IN ADVANCK. fl SO 1 3fi 1 00 A BHLDE TURNED TO STONE. A M arvellotiH Case of almost Instant Petrifaction. To the editor of the Sun: MR: llicre have iiuen so many com ments in the papers, ami I receive do manv letters which it is impossible for me to answer, in reference" to the curious case of petrifaction which recently dime under my notice, that I am constrained to write an account of the whole aflair, giving at the same time my hypothesis as ex rtanatorv of the rationale. Mr. Frederick 1 taller is by profession a lawyer. He early acquired, however tontines for natural sciences, especially geology. He has perhaps the largest and most complete geological cabinet in Lotusi ana. Whenever he wishes to relieve him felt from the dry details of law he with draws hitnsulf into his "Rovk Study...

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 January 1874

1J. Hie State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1874. Legislative Proceedings. SENATE MOKX1XG SESSION. Tuesday, January 13. savings hanks, llencckc Regulating snving banks nnd ' iutul coinimnies. yuartnrly utAtcments of Hnttnclal condition in dupl'lcntcs required one Ui be filed in oflk-o of Secretary of State, one to lie kept . on file) in office of Company for inspection ot public. Bank inspector in each Congressional District nuthnrize.d to be appointed by the Gov ernor, his compensation to be paid by banks, Referred to banks und corpora tions and printed. Senator , Allen introduced a resolution Instructing the Attorney General to re cover by law any efToc.U in the hands of the former warden belonging to convicts and place them in the hands of inspectors for.the use of convicts on their discharge. Referred to the committee on Peniten tiary. Senator Newland presented the resolu tions of the Palmyra Grange denouncing penalties lor non-payment of taxes as un just and tyrranical Declaring...

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 January 1874

The, 'State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1874. LGGAL NEWS. From Saturday's Dally. Gov. Woonsos returned to this city yester day. Tim Colu County Grange meets to-day nt Its rooms In tills city. TllKttK Is to be h meeting of the Grangers of the Legislature at 2 r. m. to-day. " Til K Rev. Joseph E. Martin, of Mexico offl-t-latesin (race Church on Sunday, Die lltli. Biogr.u'HY of the "Terrible Judge" by K. At Cohen, for sate at all the news depots. jt0-2t SnwiiFF Jas. T. Dunn, of Dnvicss county, deliverel Hiley Bass to the Warden of the Pen itentiary, sentenced 3 years for grand larceny. The regular annual stockholders' meeting of the Jefferson City Gas-Light Company will be held at their office In this city on next Tuesday, TlIK Slate Auditor on yesterday drew his warrants on account of costs in criminal cases for the sum of $4,009.53, of which $1,056.08 was paid for tho transportation of prisoners to the penitentiary. Tiikiik was an Informal fathering of Gran gers at the Capitol after...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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