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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 February 1874

4Tlie State Journal. 1 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1874. ff . Continued from first page. . Mr. Dry: Hill to provide for ihejrc- . ilemptioii of roiil estate sold under execu tion dued of trust, etc., may redeem the . same within ono year tlm purchase money . with ten percent, interest.' Referred to Committee on Judiciary. Air. Hughes: Amend law establishing Utrobato court in Clinton ceunty. Referred to Committee on Local Rills. Bill to repeal an act in certain land re cord in Carroll, Churiton, Kay and other ounties f Referred to Committee ou Local Bills. Mr. Sheeley : Bill amending charter of Independence. Referred to Committee on Ixioal Hills. SENATE MU.S. An act in relation to change of venue in certain criminal cases, providing that no change of venue to St. Louis county shall he allowed exeent trom adioiniiiir counties. 4 Rclerred to St. Louis Delegation. An act to authorize county court Cooper county to establish ferries ucruss Black creek". Referred to Committeu on Roads nnd Highways...

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. — 6 February 1874

The State Journal. FKI1UY, FEBIU'AKY 6, 1874. HATES OP ADVERTISING. One iiirr, ono week " each additional week.... ' tlirjp nionltiH " nix IllOlltllS " one year Otic-fourth column, three immllif . . . . " " six month mil vinr. ...... 1 00 60 0 00 9 00 12 00 18 00 a oo 30 00 One-half column, three months Vi 00 " " hlx months 45 00 " one year TO 00 One column, six month 70 00 ' one venr 125 00 LOCAL NEWS. The prodigal son of wealthy parents in now tending fires in St. Louis hotel. Gen. Tom Thumb, Mr. Thumb ami the little Thumb", will noon vie it thin State. We publish in this itsue a synopsis of Mr. Heard's Revenuo Bill prepared by himself. Brolaki and Owens, uf the St. James Hotel, St. Louis, bave gone into voluntary bankruptcy. Tbc oldest inhabitant of Scdalia says that vil lage lias never seen a merrier winter than the present. Judge Krekel is premring a series of lectures to be delivered before the law els'ses of the State ITniversity at Columbia. John T. Chandler i on trial in th...

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. — 6 February 1874

4 The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1874. Legislative Proceedings. SENATE AFTERNOON SESSION. Monday, February 2, 1874. The Senate ramitnod the consideration 4 of the resolution offered by Senntor liar din. The amendment to the ettect that I 7 the committed return by way of Limrner ick Lawu was agreed to. and the resolu tion its amended win adopted. 1 BILLS ISTUOM'CF.l). Senator Morrison: Kill abolishing the onice oi county prosecuting attorney, and re-insUte the old system of circuit atlor neys. . " Senator Follenius. from Committee on Education reported in favor of Senate bill appealing an act to create a school district in Franklin county. Passed. SALARY GRAB RESOLUTIONS. Senator LaDue, from the Committee on Federal Relations, submitted the majority report of the committee ni the shape ot a substitute for House concurrent resolution in relation to the salary-crab of Congress. Senator Allen submitted .. the report of me minority oi the committee, also in the shape of "a substi...

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. — 6 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C. 1874. LOCAL. NEWS. Lent 18th. Ice floating down to the Ml.Ilp. Alligator steak Is the latent Florida delicacy. The Worrell Sisters will visit Thin city soon. Thorp arc right criminal, In the lloonvlllc Jiill. Docs retrenchment retrench in public print ing? ' ; The Brownsville. Ttnnnrr will "resume" Sat urday. Fifty teacher " instituted county, last week. nt Itiehmontl, Hay Jackson county sent fifty-one prisoner to the Penitentiary last year. In the death of Parepn Itosa the world has lost It sweetest singer. Dr. Curry is pushing our lUilroad project with commendable zeal. The Oseeolu Herald Is out again, with cheery words and a smiling face. It is reported that Anna K. Dickinson will lecture in this city early in March. The cry is " onward to Versailles.' Jefferson Is aroused und tho It. R. will be built. Tko Treasurer of Andrew county is now pay ing cah on all warrants. That's scrip worth having. Kev. John Russell, the temperance advocate, pre...

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. — 13 February 1874

The State Journal VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1874. NO. 8. y, Publithji Etmj Friday ux , $URCII & MEREDITH. Term of HulMcrtptlon i Single, copies. kt year..... $1 SO Clubs of ten per your 1 25 Clubs of twenty, er year 1 00 INVAItlAllI.Y IN ADVANCK. Jefferson City Business Directory, AT SCOVEUX & WAGNER'S, on Madisou street, is the place to buy your groceries, wines niul liquors, etc. Cull una exnniiuc their large stock before buyiUK elsewhere. WELLS DONAHOE, Dealers in Queens ware, Table cutlery, Lamps, Ac., High street, bet ween Jefferson und Madison. lOX, 8. W. Und Ajtent. Buy nml sell land on commission, and dealer in mines and mineral lands, (Ifflct on Madison street, bet. Main and Hi b. CHICAGO LUMBElt YARD, Uuseh & Keek ers, Proprietors, dealers in all kinds of .umbor, Shingles, Fence Posts, etc., corner of .lain and Jefferson streets. EIDT, VM. Shaving Saloon, under City Hotel. Hich street. Shavinar. hair cuttinir und dressing done In the bes...

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. — 13 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FKHUUAUY 13. 1S74. The House refuses to let tho contrnct lor tho public printing to any emu ofFering to ilo it at a reduction on present rates of 20 j)cr vent. ' Democrats insisted on the law nit it now is, for letting the public printing by con ti act to the lowest bidder, and whv can't thev adiicre to it? Sure thousand of dollars in the public printing by reletting it to the lowest hid der, or cease talking about economy, is asked of the Legislature. Ficom the Monroe Appeal we learn that '..he farmers of the Senatorial District rep resented by the late Senator Bean, are not satisfied with the time and opportu nity afforded them hf the Governor's election proclamation for electing the Sen ator's successor. We do not understand that Col. Itruce would not have bceu their choice however even had the time or op portunity been nil they desired it .should i.e. lx the Senate Wednesday Mr, Williams, of Carroll, call up the Senate bill autho rizing free public lib...

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. — 13 February 1874

. Tfie State J ournal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY t:i; 1871. '"' RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week " ' each additional week. . " . , lhre month " . nix month l 00 An A 00 o on one year. is on Onn-fonrth column, three months is on " si niontl 2.1 on " i " one year JW no Onc-liBir column, three mnntli 85 00 " . , " clx months no ' one year. One column. six month TO no 7n no one year 12S 00 LOCAL NEWS. It lmy weather. Ala for Limerick ! 8aturdsy St. Valentine's Hay. , The streets are again passable. While there's life there's soup. "Hull huth no fury like u woman scorned." Mr. Scott. Slddon at Brags; Hall Tuesday night next. ' Music in the public schools of St. Louis costs 28,000 annually. Tn Maryland a Miss Kuby has married a Mr. Jet. Look out for trinkets. Stilsou Hntchlns has brought suit against the '.St. Louis Times Tut 8100,090. ' W" regret to learn of the Illness of Mr. Cyrus i Thompson, of the State Auditor's office. The -Governor has appointed Thomas E. Palmer, of Clark county,...

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. — 13 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FKHRUARY 13. 1874. Jno. B. Taylor recently Rold to David Reese, 48 lots in lluntsville at $.10 per lot. Judge D. II. kitchcr. of the Irobato Court of Jasper county, 1ms resigned his oillcc. The prospects! for ft good wheat crop In Halls county, Is suit! to lie fluttering at this time. Elder lieiijunnn FniiikTTn, editor of the Christian Review, Cincinnati, is preaching in Mexico. Elder A. II. nice, of I'aris, has become the pastor of the Christian Church in lluntsville. The Standard is jubilant because Mont gomery City is to have an agricultural machine factory. The collector of Callaway reports $72, 732 47 collected of the $92,706 13 levied against the oountv. There nre over lour million of persons in the United States over ten years ot ago who are unable to read. The Wesllicte Post has attacked the St, Louis county court for not appointing more Germans to office. At the time of his death Wm. N. Switzer, the well known St. Louis merchant, had $310,000 insu...

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. — 13 February 1874

V The State Journal. , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13.. 1874. George Kane, liecame the purchaser of the land, to wit: (here the Und la des cribed ;) and that he has received a sher iff's deed to said land duly executed and as read In evidence, then snid sale and the deed so executed wns sufficient to vest the legal title to said land in said Kane, and judgment tor the possession of the real estate aloresaid should bo found for the plaintiff. 2. If the court finds the executions re cited in the sheriff's deed to Willinru Cal- houn, read in evidence on the part of the plaintiff, were issued as follows, to wit : The one in favor of W. II. and G. W. Colburn, on Sept. 16. 1864; the. one in favor of Arthur St. John, Sept. 15, 1864; and the one in favor of Sarah Colburn, in September 1864 ; that the same were all made returnable to the Oct. term of said court, 1864, and that the same were de- . livered to A. SI. Chrislian. then sheriff of 4 said county, and that he on the day of " . 1 tJl I 1 ... il....

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. — 13 February 1874

The State Journal.' FRIDAY. KriUKl'ARY III. 174. Legislative Proceedings. XKKATK AITF.RXOON SKSSIOX. MoNbAY, January 9, 1874. Senate met pursuant to adjournment ut "'clock lMt. 1 ' ' The rc-sMi-iit ro trm. In the chair. ' Prayer by thr Chaplain. Senator Hardin, Irnni the Judiciary rnnmlttee, reported ndvor.selv to House Ho reorganize the county court of Bol linger county and to reduce' the number of county judges. Laid over. Senator llnrdin, from same Committee, reported adversely to Senate Mil allowing county surveyors to take tliu acknowledg ments of Cecils. Laid over, ' Same, from same Committee, reported mi amendment to Senate bill relating to the reetn-ds of real estate. The object ot the I ill as explained by Senator Hardin, was to perfect the reeorii of ncwronntic and the records of those counties to which territory from other and adjoining conn ties has been added. The bill provides that anv person interested mav nrocure a certified copy of any deed or' instrument oi writing...

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. — 13 February 1874

The State : Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1874. SENATE MORNING SESSION . Wf.uxksdav, February 1 1, 1874. Senate met pursuant to adjournment, l'reskjent in tho chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. ' W. Senator Hardin, on leave, introduced a ' hill in ftmptlft nil rmllln tntAnu rt thai act incorporating the Louisiana and Min louri River -Railroad Company and the parlous acta amendatory thereto. Refer red. ,. The Senate then resumed the considcru tion of Senate bill in relation to a Consti tutional Convention. Senator Gutewood took the floor in sup port ot the bill. He reviewed the argu ments of Senators Williams and Hardin. He claimed that their arguments were predicated upon the proposition that the A people could not be trusted. It h;id been assumed that a convention would cost a good deal of moner. - It was assumed that the people would rote to impose upon themselves a burdensome tax. He main tained that in no instance had the people ever imposed heavy taxes upon themselves unless they w...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 February 1874

The State Journal. . t , T. n , i , i t , 1 1 i . t l . 1 ttfltlAYj WARl'ARY liiH74.j j LOCAL NEWS.ji . i 'i t 1 ! 1 ; Kaunas City can boast of revivals as well a the smaller towns throughout the State. John Morrlsou, of St. Louis, died last week and left no estate of 40,000 toil Social Evilist. The Collector of Callaway county Tcports (72,732 collected of the f!K2,706 levied aguinst the county. The elliaeiis of St. Joseph have recovered front their Woodbull fever, but have the Mack Crook badly. It is rumored that Mayor Brown, of St. Louis, is to be candidate for Governor on the Social Evil platform. The amount of post office money orders is sued at this oftlce, In the week past, is (1,412.1)0. Amount paid, (805.70. ! . Valentines are idling like hot-cakes In Seda lia. Such childish fuueies don't disturb the equanimity of the Capital, brother Hull. The Ohio Legislature hus pnssed a rule limit ing debate to ten minutes. That rule ill the Missouri Legislature would save au immense amo...

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. — 20 February 1874

The State Journal. VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874. NO. i) ' Published Every Friday BY BUHCII & MEREDITH. Term of Hulxcrlptlon : Single copies, per year Clubs of ten per year Clubs f twenty, per yonr INVAHIAIU.Y IX ADVAXCK. 1 50 1 23 i 1 00 Legislative Proceed ingH. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Thursday, February 12, 1874. Semite mot pursuant to adjournment. President in the chair. Prayer ly llie Chaplain. Senator "Newland presented a remon strance numerously signed by citizens of Randolph county against dividing the sit tinjrs of the circuit court by giving Mo berly two terms. Referred. Senator Browne presented a memorial from citizens of Macon county protesting against the passage of a bill establishing a probate court at Cambria. Referred. Senator Filler called up House bill re organizing the county court of McDon ald county. IIu offered sundry amend ments, the object of which was to make the act take effect after the next general election. Amendments adopte...

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. — 20 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FKl'.UUAKY 20. 1871. (Jrange Master, T. X. Allen, says lie 1ms traveled over l,.'i miles during the hist hix mouths. In the interest F the (irnngc ( The lloonville Emjle nays the spotted lover is rutins in Wnckwatcr township, in Cooper eonnty, nnd thnt several deaths have occurred. Thu members of the Ilijrh l'oiut (iraiigu, Sullivan county , Mo., sold their pork at $:.i'2 l-'-', while non-Patrons-only ot '. ti". IVilVercnce in favor c-f grangers, :;) jut cent. The lixitt-lt says that clergymen of St. I.ouis estimate that live hundred pur sons hne been converted in that city mi ller Mr. Hammond's ministrations, and that the meetings still continue to grow larger. ' Tim: Louis J'cmncriit is !' the opinion that, the provision of Mr. Heard's revenue hill concerning the taxation of stock held in stock companies, is calculat ed to discourage investments in Missouri mining and manutacturing enterprises. This is an error that should lie guarded , against. ' It is ...

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. — 20 February 1874

.A ,,'.....! . "i .) . J The State ' Journal FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, lS7i. IIATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, ono week..... " curb additional week... V, " thr.ic moutliH j " six months l no 60 0 00 n no i no is on , 35 00 M 00 Xi 00 4.1 no "to no 70 00 123 00 one yoRr One-fourth column, three monthii... " " six months.... 1 " " ( ono year...... ic-half column, three months.,.,. Oii " " six- months " " one vcur. ...... Unc column, six month.. .......... one year. LOCAL NEWS'. ('olilcr. ... it Liunli ItUeV t ' ' Fraiul vitiates everything. . ; Slate-making nt Boonvllle is'oiil of order. a lady's fur muff wm left nl Mr. Fred Horn- fuel's Book-Store last t'ridav. ,The owner-can ibtnin It by calling there for it. : If St. Louis wants n large stock-lrade, it must provide stock yard of abundant rapacity. So ays the count ry. But moi'c of this anon. 'Airs Isuge Bivor continues nt n good boating stage as far up as Piippinsvlllo, in Bates county. Xo ice, and nil tlic craft in the stream" arc bus...

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. — 20 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1874. The compensation ot compositors is 40 cents per 1.000 ems. The average amount received by the State Printers for compo sition is 80 cents per 1,000 ems. Will nny one presume to say, in the face of this statement, that the public printing can not be done for less, and still leave room for fair profit. We are glad to see that the Dispatch re joieeth earnestly at an example of ccono my, however recently, in the history of the State. Wo argue from its position, al though it awkwardly confuses itself on the subject, that it will willingly see the Journal get the public printing at a re duction of present exorbitant rates. Gen. F.dwards, of this county, in the House last Friday, proposed an amendment to the pending revenuo bill, striking out the provisions of the same exempting cer tain property Ironi taxation, which ho ad vocated on the grounds that under his con stitutional obligations he could not vote to exempt any property from taxation. ...

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. — 20 February 1874

1 The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874. SENATE-MORNING SESSION. Satvhdat, February 14, 1874. Senator Hardin, frnm thn rVimmlttrn nn Judiciary, reported adversely to substitute ior uouso mil lor the rellcr or Wm. F, Hooper, clerk of tie county court of Clin ton county. The bill appropriates $400 to pay the c lerk for services, one-hnlf to be paid by tho State, and one-half bv tho jpounty ot Clinton. Senator llardiu said that the services upon which this claim was founded were actually rendered, but there was no law ior wo payment, lie performed the ser vices with his eves open, It turns out ;inui mo um worn ouisiue me law anu now lie asked pay for it. Senator Keller thought the only question jiroper to be considered was, as to whether the claim was just. It seemed to be nd Duitted that tho services were honestly Tendered, and he thought that payment should be made. Senator Hardin offered an amendment authorizing tho county court of Clinton county, at its discretion, to approp...

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. — 20 February 1874

The Siaeuttai. FRIDAY. FEHRCARY l'O, 187-1, Legislative Proceotlins. SKXATKi-MDlpClNt, JSfcSSlOX 1 .' MoMAT,:i'tilu IC. 1874.." TIM F.M ami sr. um;w CiASAl, l'UOJEUT. . Tilt; President laid l-eftiilii the Kaiuihi' ii nemoiia! frorilthcToieilii Hoard ofTi-ade," pprovmg tins policy of. th ConeralCov rtimetit in riv in-r aid and ' iiciii-Tiirt.-iiitnit o this first interests ol rmr internal com- aerce hy judicious expenditure . of public. noney mum internal imnrdvcuimitJ.is Ins interests nt tin1 ihiId may demand.' ml expressing the duiuitid iit tile form of . resolution, tlmt:it wimUlj.hu wi and .roper lor the tJuSirtiWutitrfc kid .u eu urging tho Wabash & Krio Canal from iu astern tci urination on Lake Krie to JlVrre liiiitts, Indiana, anil in cxtom'.iit'.; it ucvs he State ol Illinois to St. Liiili thai thin reposed wati-i-i-voitti!. affording- ns it .oiihl ihroct uii! lneAlidhiblo, JiuiifcfiU to 'its best iMirtiiins hi Indiana mitt lllhioi,. ml to all that vast seetiou of lOilik...

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. — 20 February 1874

The State Journal. Friday, February 20, is;. To the Editor of the Stale Journal: . , You will pardon mo fur again unking your In dulgenco. Hut since I nm attacked w hence I least expected n blow, I liojie you may find n place for a short rejoinder. Indeed, Imi llio lnemorublo Bostonlun Bcn. Franklin ap lieiired in your column culling uie to an nceount for condemning his selfish, aphorisms, It could not lmve been more unexpected tliau was the Hon. John Monteith's "smelling" communi cation which appeared in your Dully of the 13th Inst. Unexpected, because, ho being n bcucfl lnry of tho system, and gentleman of refine ment, office and trust; ordinarily from n sense of self-respect nnd common delicacy keep aloof from public discussions touching their own : Interest. Unexpected and unnccountablo in tenor and tone; since in all that I had said rela tive to public education I scrupulously avoided tho educator, and certainly manifested no per sonal feeling in tho matter, wishing only that I...

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. — 20 February 1874

The State Journal. FltlDAY. FEUKUAKY 20. 1874. Post office money order issued In the wee past, $9). Paid, tm. Brush-Dam Hcmciiivay still linger around the rulm of Limerick Lawn ami will not bo comforted. Ihc Eagle ami lw AiherlineritH'ukii praise of the lecture delivered by Prof. Montcith, at Uoonville, Inst week. Another vacancy In the corps of public school teachers in (won to oecur, as is hinted by Indignant member of the m'liool board. Lost Ikn Dollars Reward. Quartz Breast rin, fringed. Tlie Under will reeeiv the above reward on leaving tho same at the Journal ofliee. Mm. Maoaxn, of the Sedalia Opinion, ouee wrote an editorial that wan aeeldcntally copied Into other paper, ami lie va. no Niirriied tlierent that he Ik never no happy ax when re counting it. An enthusiastic iidniin-r of Charlie Coomb one of the assistant clerk of the House, ha written a letter to the Sedalia Democrat pro- posing Charlie at a suitable candidate for State Auditor nt the next election. Mr. Ferguson h...

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