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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 February 1874

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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. — 27 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1874. There are fifteen granges In Phelps county, with an average membership of six hundred. The St. Joe Qnattu ha declared In favor of Gen. John S. Mannaduke, of St. Louis, lor Governor. The KamWUlqr court of law and equity will convene Monday week with upwards of 800 cases on the docket. Tho Liberals ot 8t. Joseph are fully organised and already hare over two hun dred names enrolled. They are in the field against revivals, camp-meetings praying-saloon women and everything ol the kind. A young man died last Tuesday, at Rolla, in most destitute circumstances. He came from Springfield, and was In search ot work. His name was John Sweeney, and his parents live in Buffalo, New York. The Macon District Conference of the M. E. Church will be held in the Methodist ehurch, Breokfleld, commencing on Tues day, February 24th, and continuing until March 2d. Bishop Bowman, of St. Louis, will address the conference on the -fourth day of the session. . The ...

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. — 27 February 1874

, .' tin- ; t.,,if .O-IH'J 'l It . MM T (' J'd 'lllh ! hi'! I'l 'H i i. i ,i :ii.y,.i ; viii,;'i;i, .j .' H: 1 -.'""il 11 , 1 1 J!!.. Ill ," " l , '! railUY. FEBRUARY 2T, 187i i Lefftalatlve Proceedings.1" I -IH I -ill. BT I 1 ' - ill l.i "I 11(1101 (II , Villi- vl .i....",vf"'"'t '"", II.' On motion of , Senator Hardin, the cto sl&sration ot the social evil bill was pastr pon4 notU to-morrow morning, ,;,,, ,. ftOn motion o, Senator Allen. Senate bill amending the law regulating the niWIKr of assigning atad transferring, county war rant was laid ovor informally. (,; ;,-. . 1 ' M rtKITENTIAKr QLAIM8. , , ' r Senator AUen, from Committee on Pen itentiary, introduced a concurrent resolu tien instructing the Senate committee to emptor (in attorney and agent Tor the SUM (o collect debts due the State on no count ot the Penitentiary, .i , That (. such agent and attorney be authorized to sue for all such debts, and (n cases where the solvency ot the debtor may be doubtful or the right ...

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. — 27 February 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY! FEBRUARY 27. 1874. Ex-President Bse,' of San Domingo, has gone to Washington.' ' The Grangers of Ohio pledge themselves to support the women' whisky war. The brewers of Milwaukee threaten to put up the price of , beer two dollars por barrel. ' ; .' ' -u. !!. - . ' , The Hoosac tunnel contractors paid $10,000 in five years to bury their dead workmen. That's killing. k,,, John McNauiara went into a New Ha ven saloon, sat down and began to sing a song. Before the first verse was finished he fell dead. ' '. A Providence, U. I., boot dealer has been sent to jail for ninety days for sell ing a blind man two odd boots ot differ ent sizes as a pair.' It appears that the Granby robbery was not committed by Woodson's Gad's Hill pets, niter all. , Several parties were ar rested, when a detective turned the money up, with the understanding that their little pastime would bo overlooked. . They were discharged, the miners have received tbeir pay and Granby Is happy. "Si...

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. — 27 February 1874

FRIDAY.' FEBUrjXftYSrfJ 18717 roorgnlMtioiiioftha prlaou whichls. now rmr.,M ice of 7 ; ; ' , tioi- .PAU.Y'.INSPBCTuRi um.l. ) vl at k4W bf f t,m jnhm.no jieioteu1 by the Goteinur, ami to act under tho(yoetitf 'ofr jwf ' 'pIpVJ mp4 It it believed ihet ' tb.ua alt that humanityt in belialf tjHsprtiri'ypWd alnAhij; will be aeewrely guarded for lkcm;.l ill ill' . (! 1 h it . ' ' l 0 ' M , J1F JtOM(MUZT10.;. t.t, Followlngls the bill fbr the ttorganfea tlon of tb pVisonV'wHfcb'' we We repro- Jncofi" '-Ml iM lul ii:il fli :- V Section 1. Tbe following offices' and posi tions are hereby abolished: Tbeoffioe of War den. Depaty Warden, Clerk,. Physician, Chap lain aad Matron. H now organized bt law. . Sic. 1 The present Lessei of the .renlten tiary tball have and exercise all. the power, perform all tbt duties, and be subject to tbe same liabilities of the Warden and Deputy Wardra aa aow eoafarred by taw, . 1 " 8nc. 8. The offlees of Clerk, PhyricUn, Cbap- lain and Matron are hereby created...

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. — 27 February 1874

. I 1 1 I 1 1 I 11 II I I II I t-.tr-ri'fyJ, TL6 , Otata Journal. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1874. ' Continued fVom third page. Sir, Xkfi irreverence ef my colleaga . is equal tmly to hi egotism. He stands in the focus of intelligence and knowledge ol all things and whoso does net see with his eyes is a fowl. He will not even admit that he cam be wrong in a matter in which the scholars of all ages are against him. Wit ness the violence with which he insists that the rendition ly the wise men and scholars of this clause of the Lord's prayer, "Lead us not inte temptation is wrong. That his God would not lead any one into temptation. My colleague may be right and all the world wrong, but it would, perhaps, be in better taste it he would as sert it with less vehemence. This is not the only point nt doctrine in which his theoloirv differs horn that of all mankind. for, it I understood him aright, his plan of saivanon involves nniy one condition pre cedent, to wit: Confession oi sin, and certain...

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. — 27 February 1874

A ITho Otato Journal. FRIDAr. FEBRUARY 27. 1874. Chapmen 8lter at Bragg Ball to-tight. " Cel. Vincent Marmaduke, af Saline, la la the city. ..-- XIm hMd4 wtf alM MTlcti tb Teal' teatiary. jeu. Joha 8. Marmaduke, of.SU Louie. It at 11m Madison. , Mr. J. O. Awoersoa has rrchaeed the Clarks- Vllle OtlWtMef. . The protpeets for m excellent wheat crop - hU year were never batter at thU tenon. There are irtlll protpeeU for lee to eool the revered brow and tlaklt the convivial glass. We lean (bat 8. P. Dote, a prominent b erf the Xeveda City bar, Ued last week. Up to the preeeat the trait baa not been dam aged, and tka proepecta are flattering In thle regard. ,1 The Laaiar Muouria Is publlehed by a widow lady whose husband died in adlterial haraeca. Maj. John X. Edward hat returned to St. Leal and will reuae hi editorial dutie on the Ditptch. Gen. Jo. Shelby came down from hit plant tion Sunday to look an the ateembled wisdom of tba State. Tbera la a movement on foot to aeenra toe lo ,rV c...

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. — 27 February 1874

'Fir I st 0 ff'1 -The - State J ournal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. BATES OP ADVERTISING One MUin. one week . . . ,ei oo ,IT no t fl 00 . B 00 lit 00 18 00 V 00 . m oo & oo men aumrmnai wf eic. . " three ninntha. ....' " :. aixnioutb.-. .-.... " one year...... One-fourth column,thrcc' months. . " " six months... , . -i i , , owe year One-half column, three montl " " six month;... " ' one year...... One bolamn,lx nonth. .......... ... " ,. i one ytr. ...... ....... . 4.-1 00 70 00 70 00 123 00 ' T.r.n a tVt'.wk' ' . r ........ ,j ,. ; B Tlie Hit"imu4 revival continues nt St. Louis?. . At lust accounts Column wus still speaking nt Boonvillc. , .. . From Indication wr should Judge the l,gl lature will not adjourn before April 1st. " Let's go uml inflate " is tho term used now by our legislative member when I'xtcndhig a convivial invitation. Democrat.' ' It Is rumored iliut, a band of ladies in tkltcity Intend to inaugurate u warfare against the wile of Intoxicating liquors very won....

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 March 1874

Journal VOL. 2. . JEFFERSON CITY, MOM FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1874. NO. 11 Published, Brery Friday BY BUltCH & MEREDITH. Term of Subscription! Single copies, per year- Clubs of ten per yenr Clubs of twenty, per ycur . IXVA1UAHLY IN ADVAXCH. f 1 CO 1 25 1 00 Legislative Proceedings. SENATE MORNING SESSION . Tiilusimy, February 2(5, 1874. Senator Hroekmoyer, from Committee on Ways and Means, reported a substitute, for Senate bill for the relief of collectors aud sheriffs. The bill allows the same compensation for collecting merchants' license, and other license, as is allowed for other collections. The bill is designed to correct an omission in the existing reve nue law. Passed. SENATORIAL KF.-DISTMCTING. Senator Wornall called up substitute for Senate bill re-districtinjr the State into Senatorial Districts. After sometime was speut in the discussion of the. substitute, on motion, the original bill and substitute were recommitted to the Special Conimit- teo on Apportionment. Ami on moti...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH G. 1871., . That the women of tho land would gludly do something to remedy the evil of dissipation which so much mars the hap piness of their homes wu do not dnuht, hut that they will attempt tho remedy in this city in any other wuy than that which their influence in their homes enables them to administer, wc do not have tho remot est idea. Tho Joi'KXAi, dispiavs n thorough nc iiainfcuico with the certificate transaction, (the School Funds Certificate of $1100,000) mid comes forward at this late day to sav that Treasurer Salmon had nothing to do with it, mid yet, only three or four daws nro it ran with haste to the aid ol ttie Journal of Commerce, in a way to confirm even- sentence which that paper had pub lished in regard to the matter. Tribune. We tire at a loss to understand tho mo live of our neighbor in accusing us of run ning with haste to tho aid ol tho Journal oj Commerce, in its misrepresentation of Auditor Clark and Treasurer Salmon, re spe...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. I FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1874. Legislative Proceedings. - SENATE AFTERNOON. SESSION. ; . . Monday, March 2, IS? 4. Senator Hurdin, from Judiciary Com mittee, reported in favor of Senate bill re organizing the county court of Oregon county,1 and to redueo the number of judges to one judge with probata, ju'ls 'dictlon. ., Laid over. ; '.' Sundry Ilou.su bills were taken up and referred. Senator Hardin, from Conimittoo on Ju diciary, reported in favor of Senate bill providing that ono session only ot the Su preme Court at Jefl'erson City. St. Louis and St. Joseph during each year instead of two session?, as is now provided by law. Senator Tiller offered nn iinlendnieiit providing lor one session of tho Supreme Court at Springfield, commencing first Monday in August. Senator Patterson spoke in favor of the amendment. After a somewhat lengthy discussion the bill, with amendment, was re-committed to the Judiciary Committee with instructions to report a ill providing for the c...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. Thore is to be no reduction in wages at tho mills in Rockville. Conn. The mission of Mr. Hammond to our city is intended for good. Our people will certainly givo him the widest oppor tunity lor its accomplishment. Did wo believe it would avail, we would request Brother Hammond to pray that tho Tribune staff rnlsrht rise to an equal- ity with the negro they profess to despise so much. The l'hnsnix tunnel is still pushing ahead. The tunnel is now in between 400 and 600 feet, and everything is looking well. The work is being done by A. J. llrown, on a contract. We return thanks to the Tribune lor so liciting the prayers of Brother Hammond for tho Journal, nnd would gladly return the compliment did we not realize that the Tribune was past praying for. If the St. Louis VIuIk' Washington cor re spondent is to bo relied on we may an ticipate a change in the political tone nnd sentiments ot the Kansas City Times, in a few davs. It is said that C...

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. — 6 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCII 6. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One ttinre, one wceV fl 00 " each additional week AO " thrao months 6 CO " six month 0 00 " ' one ycnr 19 00 One-fourth column, three month. 18 00 " " six monthi 2fi 00 " " one year 8 00 One-half column, three month 8S 00 " " six months 4 00 " one year 70 00 One column, six months 70 00 " one Tear 125 00 WAR TO BE DKtXAKED. The Temperance Women on the War Path A Crnsada to be Inaugurated against the Saloon of the City. Yesterday afternoon a peaceable and quiet attache of the Journal office, whilst perum 'bulatiug Madison street, picked up mid brought to us for inspection tlio following remarkable jpltle which sufficiently explains itself. It -will be seen from its contents that a number of ladles of this city, deploring the present condi tion of affairs, and appreciating the example set them by tlio enthusiastic women of Ohio and Indiana, contemplate the formation of a league for the suppression of the liquor traffic i...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH f, 1874. LOCAL NEWS. i The ('ranger want a dally paper. Whored Column? . i :, - The Mariuaduko brothers of lam's want to lcno the Penitentiary. ,? . W regret to learn that MIssAhiia, tlnughtcr vf Judge Krekel, Is u,ulto III. Kiigeno Field will be 1 himself' agHin in a few Jys. Ho i able to nit tip an hour or two dally. Out wlfli tin-damned spot," is tho profane way the gcdnlin Democrat lias of praying for he repeal or tlie Social Kvil ordinance.' The roads in the eoiiutry are in a terrible con dition, and the plaintive ery or the fanner In for ild Kentucky turnpikes first, hist and all the time. Ocn. JocMMhy ami Col. Mark Itelt, of Lafa yettee county, have bought extensive ooal mine near this eity, and are preparing to work Ibein on a largo scale. There will be a special seislm of the County Court on Monday next to provide, for it special registration' tlio eity preparatory to the ap proaching.cily election. (ieo. V.. Frame. Assistant Clerk of the Se...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCH C, 1874. , True Religion. A few Sundays ngo, two young gentlemen, members of the lilghcstclass tu the Normal De partment 6f Lincoln Institute, Hiid one a mem ber of the Northern Methodist Church, went to tho Northern Methodist Church of Jefferson City to worship God, the Father of all men. 'CJiey walked in quietly nnd took n vacant seat midway from the buck part of the room. Im mediately a man went to them and whispered, 41 Take n back seat, please." " Take a back teat, .pleusc." Tho voting men left the Church aud went homo, whoro they might worship God, who is no respecter of persons, without being asked to take a back seat. Why this respect to parsons? Only because the young men, God's children nud our brothers, have a colored skin. The attention of this Church Is respectfully called to the following scripture. Jas.il. Not-.n-rcspcctcr-of-persons : My brethren, have uot the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with respect of persons....

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 March 1874

The State Journal. , iFttiiuyi march '., im. LOCAL NEWS. City full of visitors. The St. Louis Difjmteh Is a Social ft'lltst. ( Sintor Xcwlund Ik recovering, .nl expects to he out soon. Twenty-seven member voted ayalnst ffntiit ! the use of tlie House to Itrothvr Hammond. Win. J. Stone, Es of Nevada City, I in town, In attendance on tlio C nltcd State Court. Money orders tailed nt Jefferson City Post Office for week ending February 2S, 1S74 : $xa4 31 ; paid, $.KJ9.M. VTe understand that It proKi-ed to invite Col. Wm. F. Switzler. of the Columbia States man, to deliver his lecture on Parliamentary t.tivr nml t'sagc in this elly, early in Miuvh. I.ieut.-Governor Johnson's speech on the. So cial Evil Law, riutcd in pamphlet form. i dis appearing like hot buckwheat cuke mid fresh butter. Everybody taken it. Tho cliiUlreu cry for it. HI rumored that Col. I. H. Arm-droni;. ebuirman of Dip Democratic State Central Com mittee, will rail a meeting of tin committee in this citv before the adjo...

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 March 1874

' t r. I J f 'l:Vf ' ; S . ...;.r,..; , , in i'.-Rf-; .; ,-r. i ,.; r, ! .'.. .:! J I v ., i. ,.. .. , . .;, eJJ O ULJL JLJ1 !ciMi VOL: 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1874. NO. 12. i a r IV T F I V . PtLblisiei Btoxj Friday. ' ' " :i ' ( . BY'.-' ;'' ' ' '. ' BtfRCH & MtJKKDITlt . Terms of Btibwrlirtlon 1 1 Single copies, per your Clubs of ten pur year V " Clubs of twenty, per year .1 TNVAlilAMLY IN APVAXCT.. $1 50 1 S3 1 00 Legislative ProcccitinfiH. SENATE AFTERNOON SESSION. Wednesday, March 1, 1871. Senator Boiiock? moved tlie indefinite postponement of tho bill umior considera tion when tin) renaio an ournou. .nouon lost,. Aves. (J : noes, 14. On motion of Senator McGinnis, the hill was laid over informally. On motion of Senator Browne, Senate bill amending the school law was made tho special order tor Monday next at o'clock r.M. THE I'EXITEXTIAKY HILL. Senator Allen called for the special or der, lieiiiir Senate bill to roorganizo tho Penitentiary of tho State, :...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 1874. Chief McDonongh, of the St. Louis lice, yesterday tendered his resignation. Senate bill for the relief of Meyberg & Wangelin, and Hancock, Roche and others w3 passed yesterday. The bill providing for the payment of the Eads Claim, which passed the Senate a year ago, was yesterday passed in the House. The abusive assault on Judge Krelcel In the St. Louis Dispatch and Kansas City Times is inexcusably and utterly unjusti fiable. It is neither approved or sanc tioned by the attorneys or the parties. The Senate Judiciary Committee met last night to consider the LaDue Funding bill for county indebtedness, and, after much argument pro nnd eon, agreed to report favorably on the same and recom mend its passage. The verdict of the jury in the Gunn City case that has been pending in the U. S. Court for the last four or five day, on yesterday acquits all the parties accused except Robert Brown, ,Tr , and Giles Beck, wno were identified as present a...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 1.1. 1874. Legislative Proceedings. .SENATE MORNING SESSION. ' Monday, March 9, 1874. Senator Mi'Ginnis introduced a bill to change the name of the South St. Louis Turn Schulo and Kinder Garten to South St. Louis Gymnastic Society. Rules were suspended and the hill passed. Senator Hardin, from the Committee on Lunatic Asylums, reported n bill appropri ating $81,000 for the purpose of complet ing and finishing State Lunatic Asylum No. 2, located nt St. Joseph. Laid over inlorinallv. Senator Williams called up Senate bill nmonding the law relating to executions by giving execution debtors the power to redeem lands sold under execution within a certain prescribed time. On his motion the hill was made the special order for Thursday. Senator Morrisson introduced n bill tor tho relief of the sureties of Geo. V Retch, en, lalo collector of Stoddard county. Re ferred. " Senator Essex, from the Committee on Jurisprudence, reported adversely to a bill entitled...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. ) , FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 1874. The woman's whisky war continues to ppread. It will not reach this point, how ever. ' '" There nro few States tints ean Inuwt as grand ft ' au'iool-funil as Missouri's. Its incoino for t.'io support of schools can not be less than 0 per cent, on about $ 10,000- ooo. The Presbyterian Churches ol the coun try are seeking to compromise their de ferences anil unite in one body. It is to be hoped that they will. Not only should there be no such word as South, or North, to divide Church, but there should be no such thing as sect in it. These union re vival services will do much to correct thu evil. There nre many who nfl'ect to believe that revivals of religion, such as Mr. Ham mond inaugurates, are folly. They are in the interest of the Churches of the land, the high and holy influences of which not one of us would regret to see extended, skeptics though we may be. It in scarcely just, then, to pronounce these revivals a lolly. We learn that...

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