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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 January 1874

Ill J v; .;-;"JL: lit? t V ' vol; a. JjEFFERSPN CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. NO. 5. 1 t RA.TES OF . ADVERTISING. One oqu.re, on wwk.. , " each additional week , ft 00 " i thrae months.. " , , alx month.... ....... 1W B 00 H 00 one yciir.... One-fourth column, three month 1 18 00 XIX luoiitln.. ...... w ' 1 ' " one year .' Wl 00 . One-half column, thr-e month 85 00 " . " six month. 4il 00 one year.... ' 70 00 oncoiiunu,ix mnnuun.. , " one year.. ..... .......a IV WJ m oo , Legislative Proceedings. SENATE MOUSING SESSION. . ,. i -u , Thursdat, Jan. IS.-. INTRODUCTION OF HILLS. Mr. Belch;. A liill repealing to milch of law as grants mileage to members, and provides that in lieu thereof they shall be paid their actual exponscs of traveling, i Referred to Committee on Retrenchment and Reform. , i : ; Mr. Strother: A bill providing, for the recovery of aetual damages done by tres passing animals' from owner of same, and repealing soi mnch of the present law as grants douMe-amomrr ...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, t74.1 We would again remind our friends of the Legislature that a Court of Claims lor for the State is greatly needed. A correspondent ot the Columbia Slated man nays there is a prospect ot the Louisi ana and Missouri River Railroad being fin ished at an early day from Mexico to Fay ette. Ho. T. T. Crittenden, member of Congress, from the Seventh District of Missouri, will shortly appear bclore the Committee on Public Buildings, and make an argument in favor of the erection ot a United States building at Jefferson City. The Internal Improvement Committee of the House has agreed to report favor ably this morning on Mr. Ferguson's bill providing for the assumption of the county indebtedness by the State. That the bill will become a law Is very rimoh doubted, however. A Mr. CiiAMi'iox, living near Mattoon, Illinois, has a gas well which supplies him with thousands of cubic feet of light and fuel daily. He has laid a main, sunk pipes in the mouth o...

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 January 1874

! V The State Journal. 1 FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1874. . LOCAL NEWS. Dull. Hard tlnie. - , Logrenla to-night. The Granger are happy. Logrenla can out talk George Franci Train. ' Glasgow rejolceth 1 Her railroad is" finished. General Tom Dorris, of St. Louis, I In town. 9 Logrenla, the great t'onjn rcr, to-night at Bragg Hall. W. II. II. Rnsscll, of St. Louis, Is at the Mad ison. Candidate for re-election still harping on "re form." i I Gen. Oden Guitar returned to Columbia ye I .terday. Not more than one-lialf the usual Ice crop has been secured. I Hammond still continues to 'jrevlvc" St. ' Louts sinners. 8t. Joseph city bonds command ninety-seven cents In New York. The panic still affects the ice crop. It de clines to " resume." Col. E. C. Boudinot, of Springfield, has been adjudged a bankrupt. The Supreme Court is still in session and the lawyers are in elovcr. W. C. Buchanan, shot by Judge Cochran, at Scdalia, recently, is recovering. If some members would "reform," let them resign. ...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1871. The Fulton Telegraph has come out squarely for Nonnnn .T. Colman for Gov ernor. Bogy says we have too littlo currency. Schurz say tve have too much. Who represents which ? Senator C. II. Hardin, of Anilraln, is proposed by the Kansas City Times for thu next Governor of Missouri. Thk President on yesterday nominated Jorrison Wuite, of Ohio, to he Chief Jus tice of tho Supreme Court of the United States. Men wit!. t ni.,iil(;us regard fora good and honorable name will be slow to in volve themselves in transactions that re flect upon their probity. ' The "vou'll tickle me and I'll tickle you" policy has brought a more distin guished body than the City Council of Jet ferson into disgrace. Wednesday of next week the 28th of January is the time appointed for thu Governor's grand reception, instead oi Wednesday of this week, as we heretofore erroneously stated. . . . . The recent fire at Heleua, Montana Territory, destroyed one hundred and fifty...

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 January 1874

inn FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 174. Continued irom' first pnge.J', ' , on House hill authorizing justices of tlin pcauo to ftliu-fl warrants for arrest in hands of auvi person for execution whm th' regular constable is not at hand. I'lMscd.- ' '' By mmei Favorably on' bill concerning jurisdiction of justices of the pence, allow ing parties to brinjj suits before justices n adjoining townships. '. i; . ' Laid over. . . , , .1 . ' Mr. Pollard, from Committee 011 Claims, reported substitute for the refunding of certain hionej paid Into treasury by alf. Matlock lor a, tract of land tho title of which was in South l'acifiti Railroad. The svbstitute appropriates $frt2. Passed. '- Mr. Eubauks, from Committee on Ac counts reported a substitute relative to vis I iting committees of the Assembly. . r ' It provides that they shall be paid only actual expenses. Passed. ..'"..,' ," i , bill providing for tho holding; ol two terms of circuit court at Moberly. : Passed. ' Bill amending' charter of Huntsy...

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 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. Ml. Published Sroy Friday by BU11CH & MEREDITH Terms of Subscription I Single copies, per year 1 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 85 Clabi of twenty, per year 1 00 IMVAHIABLY IN ADVASCT. LOCAL NEWS. A FEW MORE WOKDB. What Onght to be Done and How to do It. In yesterday's issue of the Joi knaI,, we took occasion to give our view as to the necessity of making an effort, looking to ttie establishing of certain great manufacturing interests in thin city. Since thrn we have had an opportunity to consult with other an deeply Interested in the future of tho capital as ourselves, and we have found but one sentiment animating our citi zens, and that un earnest desire to contribute in any and every way toward the inaugurating of such enterprises ax we proponed. Now that their attention has been directed to the absolute necessity of doing something, and that quickly, to advance the material prosperity of the city, our people are naturally anxious to see the...

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 January 1874

The . State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. Legislative Proceedings. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Tuesday, January 20, 1874. The Senate met pursuant to Adjourn ment. The President in the chtiir. Prayer by tho Chaplain. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTERS. Senator Hardin, from the Judiciary Committee, reported a bill by way of a substitute for Senate concurrent resolution, to proride for submitting to ft vote ol the people, at the general election, in 1874, the question of calling a convention. The bill provides for the organization of the convention, and prescribes rules tor its government in case the question should be decided in the affirmative. One hundred copies were ordered printed. Senator Ilnrdiu, irora the same Com mittee, reported in favor of Senate bill introduced by Senator Williams, amend ing the law relative to marriages, by in serting in section 2 of chapter 113, the word incestuous, so as to make the act conform to the criminal law, which pro vides that incestuous be a felon...

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 January 1874

The State Journal.. FRIDAY. JANUAUY 2. 1874. LOCAL NEWS, The Whiteley Troupe have (rone to Boonville. The Grangers still flourish like 8 .green Wy tree. ,, . . Them In painful levity about the Sedalia Democrat now-a-day. Rev. John Russe!l Is going to tulk temperance to us on the 30th Instant. Tlierc in it probability that Joe. Fore will be pardoned out of the Penitentiary. Warrensburg landlords ere anulsance no the teachers say. They ought to bo abated. Southeast Missouri cries nloiid for more milk. Cows are in great demand In thnt quarter. E. S. Woo)?'!! statement lu reference to t'-e militia bill created quite a sensation, ai it were. ' The Bown connty project Is being discussed pro and con by the members of the Third House. The Kansas City l'imea says Goodson, of Ma eon, live in n glass house and shouldn't throw stones. The proponed impenehincnt of Judge 1'riunn of the St. Iwis Criminal Court will end In smoke. Fifteen thousand dollars fir the support of ;he lunatic asylum, was d...

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. — 30 January 1874

. The State Journal.. VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1874. NO. 0. I Published Svery Friday r.r 1.I1UR0IE & MEREDITH. Term, of 8ulcrlptlon I Single copies, per year tt &0 Clubs of ton per year 1 35 Clubs of twenty, per yeur 1 00 1NVAIIIAHLY IN ADVANCE. Legislative Proceedings. ' SENATE MORNING SESSION. Fuiday, January 23, 1874. Senate met pursuatft to adjournment. President in the chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Barrett. I'KOfOSKU CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. Senator Itenecke introduced a concur rent resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution, by providing that herealter all general laws passed by the General Assembly shall not take effect un til they shall have been submitted to a popular vote and ratified by the majority, and that all special acts of tlie General Assembly shall not tako ellect until they shall have been submitted to a voto of tho people of tho particular county to be nf fected by such laws. Relorretl to tho Committee on Constitu tional ...

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. — 30 January 1874

The State Journal. FMPAY. JANIAKY :M. 171. Tim Ohio Cnntituti(iii:il Convention only rei-l iilmiit iev t(iv. lY.Tnieix" 'nro ciirtilntiiisr in lYttis eviuily. asking I'm- the ivie:il of i!m town-.-hip ui-r;iiiiy.:Uinti law. An inii(irt.int divi-ion, iiji:ii a nmtli'rin which rvi'ry citizen h.w sin iuicri;.-t, will lip fcmul in the .Im iis w. of thi. inoniin. It is I'stinmtcil tint over three hundred twin dI let; Imve Ihcii ).uki"il in Seilulia during tint leu ilays i-mlin on Thursday Inst. ' " Tin: Xt'v York Tribune- states that tin Siamese Twins, who dii'd last wcrk in rth ('ai'olijia, ha o two sons livttijr in this Stiitn. The Califoniia Ihuincrn! lavors the :mi Milidatinn of thu .Siipri'iiii; Court lit the City of .K'tVi'i'sun, and urjre. soiiip jrood l'i'asiiiis therefor. Phok. 1'l.n Kl.is, of the State I'liiver-ity, U quite ill. The Columbia Slatetntuii .says that until his illne.she had not niio1 a rec itation in eifrht year.-!. Sexatok lioiiv has introduced a hill in to Congr...

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. — 30 January 1874

iThe State Journal. FRIDAY, JAXlTAHY 30, 1874. RATES OF ADVKIITISINO. 1)110 me- One square, one work " each additional week. " llllVM' IIHIIllllH " six months " on year fourth column, three months. " " ilx niontliB.. " " one year.... half column, throe months. " " six months... " " one year.,..? rnlunin, six mouths " one year 1 00 0 00 u oo vi on 18 00 23 00 80 00 35 00 00 70 00 70 00 125 00 LOCAL NEWS. TIIK NATIONAL liCAHI). Veul, Mill, Vlcl. I The visit to tin! city of the National Guard, of 1pt. Louis, on yesterday, net every one on the J' rice. The fame of the Ouitnl had preced ed them. They were heralded as fine looking body of men, of perfect drill and soldierly pres ence, a one would wish to see, and which their visit ha In no ways helled. The train bringing the hoys to the city was an hour late, and long before their arrival the lit reels lending to the depot were thronged with people to receive and welcome them. A section of Captain Opel' Battery were placed at the fifot f ...

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. — 30 January 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY .in. 17 1. "The (Scncriil Assembly shall direct, iy law, in what manner, ninl in what courts, suits nt.-iy lo brought ugalnst tho State." This U tlm language of Section ol Article IV of tin; Constitution of Mis souri, to support which every iiieinber of the General Assembly takes a solemn with. It is under this provision of the Constitution that people ask a Court of Claims to he established. Will not some one prepare a bill providing for one? OlilTlTAKY. Senator lSean is no more. A telegraph ic dispatch, aiinouuiing his death, was re eeived Monday morning. Thu sad intelli gence has fallen like a pall upon the many who knew him. ami held him near and dear to them. James M. Rcaii was b"in in V irginia in ihe year l'2'l. His parents were poor and unable to rive their son the advantages he craved", for ho was always fond of books and, although not nn accomplished scholar, had traversed a wide Held of litcratui' When only ten years ol age he as put out...

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. — 30 January 1874

4 The State Journal. FRIDAY, JAXUAKY 80. 171. Continued from first lingc. Mr. Stubblefield : IVU in relation to costs of assessing property in counties having adopted township organization. lleferrcd. Mr. Etibanks: Kill to rc-orjanisse Snlli van county court, and reduce iiiunlier uf justices to one.-' Keferred to Comniiltco on Local Bills. Mr. Brown of Andrew : Bill to provide lor the construction ami protection of drains, ditches, levees and other works. Referred to Committee on Agriculture. Mr. Kdwards of Iron : Hill' amending charter of I ronton. Referred to Committee on Local Bills. Mr. Hooper: Bill to create a Board of Regents for each of the Norma! School Districts. Referred to Committee on Education. I Same: Bill providing that the nssess i i ment of the State and 'otintv Assessor shall bo the assessment for cities having I less than ten thousand inhabitants. Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Mr. Edwards, of St. .Charles: Resolu ! tion to print 200 copies of report of ...

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. — 30 January 1874

The State Journal. FKIHAY. JAXTAUV :ln. Is-J. LOCAL NEWS. Docs :i"iiniirtcm nuiiic Supremo Court londay next. Upottcd fever in Hickory county, S. 1!. Kellogg, of SI. Loul, l in town. Col. N. .'. Claiborne, of St. Louis, in iu tho city. Tanner' Mill have Im-cii put hi operation :iKiiil. Rev. lr. AV. M. Lcftwic1i.pl Pi. Louis, is in the city. We tire glad to hear Hint Major Rollins is lin proving. New le:iil mine opened in Morgan county last Week. The Ferguun Itill will where tlic wood Mile tvtlncth. Capt. .lame- I'. Dads of St. Loui. Ik ii guest at Hie Madison. A-1i Coin ii. of tin- (i!'il,i, iviurncil from St. Louis yesterday. The uniform of Hip St. Louis Notional Guard U showy anil liamlsonic. 1". A. Lockwood. treasurer of Hie Mine La Mottc company, is in town. .1. Ed. r.eleli. of Coli', Is spoken of as anions the aspirants for Gubernatorial honors. The St. Louis Dnnncrnt ealli Ciipt. ,lo L. Stephens the "(inventor of Roonvlllc." V. 1. Ellis, of Xew Klorenee, (iratul Worthy chief 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. — 30 January 1874

b, The State Journal. l'lll DAY, JANUARY .10, 1874. IjCglslattive Proceedings. SKXATK MORNING SESSION. Ti:emav, January 27th, 174. The Somite met pursuant to adjournment. W President In the chair Prayer by ltuv. Dr. Prottstnaii. The l'refiili-rtt laid heforo tho Senate th memorial from Iho Academy of Science, of St. Louis, praying against 1113' snspen .sion or discontinuance of the appropriation for tlio officii of State Entomologist anil also for the discontinuance of the Geolog ical survey. Referred to Committee on Agriculture ami Committee on Mint': and Mining. The Chair also laid before tho Senate ft communication from tho Adjutant-General i inviting tlio member of the Senate to bo present at the review of tho National Guard to-morrow. SOlTIMVKSTK'.iN NOISMAL SCHOOLS. Senator Allen Introduced a bill to es tablish n Normal School to be known as tlio Southwestern Normal School, to be established at Carthago In Jasper, county. Senator Patterson introduced a similar bill for a Noima...

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. — 30 January 1874

The State Journal. 1 IMIUY. JANIAUY :in. lTJ. LOt'Ali MOWS. Tlir want the State btigolngist abolished. Tin- Mokrly Ih'.ihi l-.'iitiru'itp hu siis. pciulcd. . Killer Jo. It. AV right is holding II -riitr:ictrtt HUI'ltlU ill ItroWIIvlili'. The colored public -"-Ik x ! Im - been removed fi (hi' nlil H:i;tM church. A Vural quarntlc Im- been V'clltlcincti now in tin' dly. organized among Rodiiic & I.nliinaii tin- gcttiii-j :i law share of custom from Granger councils The New Mailriil ,' nrl has nominntrd H"ii. John T. Htard fur LlefiUGovernor. There is already one Kitchcn in the Gover nor's Mansion. Another l nut needed. Of themselves, i.nr legislator arc exemplary wen. ..n uunxicnTcii lu'miier u rare except- imi. ; ; Aloiuy orders t.-niil al Ihe post Office at Jefferson City, fur week ending Jan. 2ltli sjl(2l. ruin, 7M. !.. . ft' . . i ncomceoi SH'creliiry.-r Slalo is to be worth .' '"-t imnuniarcr thl year m savs till' House. 31 rs. Jacob Wcnlg. living m ar AVnraw, run over and tra...

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. — 6 February 1874

I . l '.'...! : ! I :S, The ournal a. t VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CIY, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1874. NO. 7 TtriM of Subscription I Siafdt copies, per year VI M) Club of ten per year........ ..' 1 to Cluk-n of twenty, per year. V 1 00 ' ' ..' 1 INVARIABLY IW'DVAXC1S.: J ' ' Legislative1 jProceedini?. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Friday, January 30, 1874. The President laid before the Senate a communication stating that there was no nijrht watch. . ... Senator Brockmeyer introduced a bill amending the General Statutes, and pro viding that a county shall not be liable for the support of a pauper who has not been an inhabitant ot such county for twelve months: and that such a panpor shall be returned for support to the county from whence he came. , ,. .. , ', Referred to Committee on Judiciary. . Sume: A bill limiting the time within which actions on official bonds shall be brought, to three years. "' Referred to Committee on Judiciary. Senator Strother, from the Committee on Judiciary, reported fa...

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. — 6 February 1874

The State Jourjial. FRIDAY. KKBKUAKY 0. 174. If the onlv wav to tret the imbtiiv nrlnt- ins done sit reasonable rates tft lot ft toq he lowest bidder, is it wise economy to rcfuso so awarding it ? " We wWi It understood that in insisting' n n reletting of the contract for the-printing that we do so in thu interest of print ers, to whom the profits ot tho work should go. TllK great anxiety oftlegaji & Carter to have this Legislature; pivn them the public printing now for threo years longnr, very clearly evinces that they have no hope of another Democratic Legislature. If it is found that the contraot system is ihe best lor getting the public printing done, why abandon it ? That's the only piestion to bo determined in deciding whether it should be voted to Regan & Carter or not. Tub members ol the General Assembly drew, during the month of January, as shown from the State Auditor's office On account mileage On account per diem traveling On account attendance ,.13,170 24 .. 3,5...

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. — 6 February 1874

4fTie State Journal. FKIDAY. FEBRUARY ti. 174. ; Brsnl' llfvranft Kill. . A The following are some, of the, promiuent features in the bill : The assessment of real estate made .once In four years, tail Improvement .listed annually; IMTKorml properly assessed annually, und In made between tbo first day if April mid cind Jk Monday lu June. Onco In four years real estate assessed at time tlmn a prsonulty. Assets went books prepared by county clerks by town , ships, with name" of tax-payera arranged In ! k fphube.tic.al order. in i lie real esiam dooks hid cierits sunn rnicr opposite each name I lie n-al estate bclnuphig to such tax-payer, as shown by the, present tax hooks, aud corrected by tlio abstract of transfer returned anmiully by the recorder ; the nswor upon actual view determine the value of mid assesses each trnnt, and at the same time design mitea same on a township pint, so that ho may . know when nil the tracts In his district are as- leaned, and also to prevent erroneous ...

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. — 6 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY (i. 1874. Tto Kansas City Journal of Commerce estimate that the passage of tho Ferguson ' Assumption Kill by tho Legislature, would reduce tho aggregate ot annual taxes, in Jackson county, thirty-eight . thousand dollars. Wo understand that Mr. Ferguson, ot Sit. Clair, Intends to offer In the House n substitute lor his Assumption Hill. The substitute will provide that counties hav ing no railroad indebtedness shall n t be called upon to pay any part of tho debt as sumed by the State, as provided in the original bill. Xo other or better reason has been of lercd tor abandoning the law which re quires the public printing to be let to tho lowest bidder, than that its observance will give a Republican newspaper a chance to compete lor it successfully against a Democratic newspaper. Hut is this a suf licient reason ? Of course it is with those who would not hesitate to take the peo ple's money and put it ' into the pocket of a partisan friend, without t...

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