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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 March 1874

The State Journal.; Friday; march is. i87.' ' HOUSE MOltNIXG SESSION; ""' " Saturday, March 7, 1874.' Mr. Burger presented a petition from German citizens nnd tax-payers of the city of St. Louis, askingthe repeal of tlio law authorizing the social evil ordinance. Mr. Cadlo Introduced a bill authorizing the county court of Livingston to employ additional counsel In the prosecuting of the Into circuit clerk of that county, for certain offenses. Referred. Senate bill authorizing statute concern ing Lunatic Asylum, lioferred. Senate bill unieiuling statute concerning courts ol records.. Referred. Senate concurrent resolution concerning geological survey and report. Referred. Bill iimending charter of Union, Frank lin county. Passed. llill concerning grand and petit jurors was called up, ordered engrossed, and jnade a special order for Wednesday, at 2 P. M. Hill authorizing Hyrd township. Cape iirardeau county, to subscribe to ilackson High School. Mr. Harper offered a resolution to pay ...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 174. LOCAL NEWS. Jllusttvls Kt .Madison IThII lw-nt$1it. The Minstrel Bund discoursclh twei4 ntusic stuily. Repeal tliu Evil. Milt with the dunned pet." John J. Daly, Ixiuis, arrived i the city 3 rstcrdiry. The attorney M' both parties aotfilttcd Ilium selves with grcutweillt. Col. Gruiigt'i-'l?. Column Is in tfe? -lt r with tin eye single (u lousiness of liii owu. Col. Hrury:. Young, of Sprincicld, is Iti the 5ty attend UHg.fuitcd States Court. , The Grungn! want to go home, and now talk of udjuarMing the Legislature u the 24th. A car lmdl Chinamen jmkmhI ii i on (lie Pa cific train yctUvrduy uftcraoi. bound for Omaha. We i'c ionised In see vur townsman. Siator llragg, assitit on the street, rvstorod t health, j Oil. K. II. Blodgrtu a't'irney for the M. I l.ouK liairis City mid N''-;hcrn ltailr.iad. is iu the city. TRie "Wsr muddy '" )u hern booming Jr tcvc.rul ilt.s past, but sub-iding. It. is h friky Main. 'fin; iihtrcst mamfe-slts? liy many in...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1874. The wheat crop in Warren county la looking well, and from what we loarn, the .prospects are flattering for a largo yield Meyer & Baler, of Glasgow, have ship iped two hogsheads of Saline tobacco to ;St. Louis. It was of the crop of 1872. It was sold in St. Louis, one hogshead bring ing f 12.60 per 100 pounds, and the other 419.25. Will it not pny the farmer to bhlp Ills own tobacco? Grand Master Adams, of the Tatrons of Husbandry, says that speculators, dema gogues, small politicians, grain buyers, cotton raisers, lawyers, doctors and school itcachcrs are interested in agriculturists only as the hawk is interested in the spar- tt'OW. Geu. Graham, of Lexington, offers to lontie two acres of ground, adjoining .the city, to each manufacturing company employing 20;000 or more capital, and which will erect upon the premises donat ed building, machinery, etc., sufficient to tarry on their business successfully. Last week J. L. ILinna shipped ...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 174. LOCAL NEWS. We cnn not iiiI1IhI) any communication un less accompanied b.r the real name of the writer. The amount or Postal money orders Issued In week ending March ", 1,1T5.. Paid, $402.40. Chas. Morgan, Ksq., former Iwok-kccper of the Treasurer, Is In the city, looking splendidly. Mr. Wallace Williams, of Hit! Fulton Tele graph, was in the city Friday evening, anil left for St. Louis next inornlng. It l believed fully a thousand people were congregated In the Hall of Representatives Fri day night to hear Mr. Hammond. Mr. Mark William, mother of Mr. Lainkin, and Mm. Captain Howard, of Boonvillc, are visiting at the residence of Prof. Lumkin, in thi city. The Grangers in the Legislature begin to talk about adjournment. Lowing herds mid broad acres are more nt Intel He just now than bun conilie speeches or empty lubblcn. To our fair and beautiful voting friend at Stephen Collcirc, Columbia, who was so kind at to send u the March number of th...

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 March 1874

The State VOL. "2 JEFFEKSON CiTY, MO , FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1874. XO. 111. 4 ' ' Pattisksd. Every Friday BY niTHC II & MEIt EDITH i Term of Subscription! Sin;;le copies. cr year. . CIiiIm of ten per yew Club of twenty, per yea- 1XVAIIIAM.Y IS AHVANCR. , ?1 50 , 1 2.') , 1 00 Runmima 1 jvs islat i vo rroccotlinj?H. SKXATH AFTEUXOOX SKSSIOX. ruriisKAY, March 12, 1.S74. On motion uf Senator Hardin, Senate bill inakin:; mi appropriation to eoui)ilcto ami furnish St:Ko Lunatie Asylum No. 2 was made the special order for to-morrow nllenioon. .Seunte resolutions introduced ly .Sena tor Williams comniinorativn of tho lil'e ami public services of Charles .Sumner weru takeji up. lluferred to Committee on Federal llela tions. .HDK'tAI. litMiISTltKTINU 1111. 1.. Senator Hardin called up Senate MM to provide tor tlie election t circuit conn judges, .and to establish judicial circuits. Laid ovo informally. Senator MeGintii's called up the, motion to reconsider the vote by which Senate bill appro...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1874. Shico the Eads claim was paused who leads the Van of lobbyist ? Two evils passed the Senate Wednesrday tbo Social nnd Public Printer's. There 1ms been no substitute to I lentil's Revenue Rill prepared in the Semite. What shall be said of the professions of economy, retrenchment nnd reform our Democratic friends are making when they give their party friends a $ 10,000 premium us recklessly as they would light a cigar ? In expressing his appreciation ol the merits ot Senator Itrockmeycr, a distin guished Democrat and Granger was heard to declare that ho nnd seen some good Im ported jackasses, as well as some that are not. The mayor of Carthage, Missouri, has deserved lrom his subjects an indefinite extension of his term of office by donating five ncres of land, within the limits of the city, for an agricultural implement!' nc tory. " I'm saddest when I sing," said that clever Rrown county delegate yesterday when, returning from his constituen...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAUCII 20, 1874. RATES OF, ADVERTISING. Ono square, one week ' each additional week. " thrao months " nix months ' one yenr. One-fourth column, throo month. " six montliH.. " " ono yenr.... One-half column, throe month. . " " x months... " " one year..... One column, six months " , one war tfl 00 no A oo o oo 13 oo 1H 00 25 00 8tl 00 . 85 00 4 00 70 00 70 00 125 00 A Urge number ot detectives are en gaged in this State in search of tho Gail's Hill robbers and to earn tho reward of foml for their apprehension. On Tuesday last several detectives met the Younger brothers, the supposed robbers, near Mon egaw Springs, Si. Clair county, and a ter rific encounter ensued. In tin) melee two of the detectives were killed, and John Younger, the leader of the supposed rob bers, was slain. Tho detectives belonged to I'inkcrton's Chicago detective force. IION S. P. TW1SS. Wo congratulate this excellent gentle man and representative from Jackson county on his appointment...

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 March 1874

The State J ournal. FRIDAY. MARCH 21T. 1874. The U. S. Internal Revenue officers of this District are inquiring if a railroad company of some wealth 1ms uot its prin cipal place of business in this District. The young and good looking saloon keeper of Dayton, who surrendered to the importunities of the ladies to pour his liquors into the gutter and abandon his business, at once received a large share of the heavenly reward his conduct merited. They halt smothered him witli kisses. Kate Stoddard, charged with the murder of (-'has. Goodrich, is now believed to lie a lunatic. At first she denied all know ledge of the murder, next she confessed that she did the murder, and now she de clares that Goodrich murdered himself. Such eccentricity is puzzling at least. At nil events her lawyers have withdrawn from her case and well the prospect is that she will be acquitted and sent to the lunatic avliim. .JUDGE KHKKKL. In two several communications by our Jefferson City correspondent certain s...

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 March 1874

ly Imprisonment not less than three years. Referred. By same: Bill to restrain animals, shoats and pigs under six months, from running at Wye. Hcforrcd. Senator Southard offered a conenrrent resolution memorializing Congress against land grants to railroads. Referred. Senate Mil providing for admitting a person to bail at any tiino after commit ment, by committing magistrate, when re quisite bail is offered. Passed. Senate bill creating the olllco of Public Guardian,' to take care of and provide homes for indigent persons of each county except St. Louis, was considered and laid over informally. Senator l,at)ne introduced two bills, one revising the charter of HohH-n, John son county, and the other authorizing the county court of Henry county to grant re lief to John Whileniuit, a road overseer. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Senator Belch offered a concurrent re solution submitting an amendment to the Constitution, making the teimof olllee ol the Governor lour years instead of two years,...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAKCII JO, 17 . LOCAL NEWS. Oil father, dear father come homo," In a new Ming being "iiiK !)' daughters of our members, E. AV. Fox, Iq.. of St. Louis, unil Col. K. .1. Broadhcud, of ( hillicotlic, are stopping ill the Madison. Mr. MeGaffey denie the chnrjfo tluit Im Is in furor of Introducing tin; study of llio Irish language Into the public school. Solomon LcnHld. the Clothier on Madison street, under the City Hotel, lists boxed tip hi' good 8iid removed to Indianapolis. AVe arc pleased to notice that the House, to day, parsed theelaiin of Mr. Read, for rock taken for State purpose. It calls for one thousand dollars. The Young Men's Literary Society of this city, in consequence of the near approacli of hot weather, has adjourned to the first Tuesday in Oetobe next. The walls of the large brick buildinc mi Mad ison, near nigh street, belonging to Mr. AVair tier, is being pushed ahead us fast a material can be had and used. The reporters for the St. Louis n...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAKCII 20. 1874. Legislative Proceeding. SEXATK MORXIXG SESSION. Tuesday, Mm-ch 17, 1874. Mr. Denccke introduced a bill amending the charter of the Missouri and Mississip lt River Railroad Company bv striking out the words "in a south-west direction," tho objocl "Ing to enable the comiiany to vrass thf iver into Saline county by a nearer, cuuaper route than the one which the words in a south-west direction re quires them to follow. Referred. Hill to regulate selecting and summon ing juries in Jackson county passed. Mr. Abney introduced a bill fo prorata for granting certificates of stock to per sons who may pay delinquent taxes lor subscription to stock made by any county, township or city, to any railroad company by virtue ol the provisions of any law (if the State. Mr. Hardin, from Committee on Judi ciary, reported favorably on House bill to .appoint a committee to investigate the affairs nf Stoddard county, growing out of swamp land embarrassments. Pass...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1S74. LOCAL. NEWS.; Mr. JoslaU It. I.mukhi is. wo tiro informed, lying finite ill at !- rcsidcni'e near thl eily. Postal money orders Issued ut JcfVcrsQii City ofnee for w eek' ending March 14. S(4. iPahl, 4V2.84. . . II. It. Hctrlck. tif the 'hici. nnil J-A. To liltt, of the Vlt'he, have returned In SI. Louis to rrnmln. The Pacific Tunnel Mining "oiupmiy ofst. Louis has bwii organl.'. d with Ex-Governor Thomas C. Fletcher as President. Rev. K. I. H:immnJ i hoMins revival meet ings at Arcadia, rem rmnity. this week. On Monday next he will h ave for Galveston, Texas. Dr. Rlovniis, of Nevada Cltv. is on n viit to his old friends i:i this city. The Doctor has changed very little since hi residciioo with us. frank 11. Hy.tieM. editor of the Fulton En terprise, anil D. M. Sandidge, editor of the .S'" tin County I'rmjri -jm. liavc recently committed iiiatriiucniy. Senator It I ner says twenty Senators have ex pressed u determination to vntu for the rep...

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. — 27 March 1874

Journal. me VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1874. NO. 14. rni: State i FaUistad Every Friday HY 1. U 1! 0 II & MEItEDIT II. Tithh of Suburrlpllon ! Single copies, per year Chilis of ten per year Clubs nf twenty, per your lSVAltlAltl.Y IV ADVANCE. 1 2." 1 00 Ijeislativo Proceedings. house afternoon session. Wednesday, March 18, 1874. Tim amendment id Mr. Wagner provid ing lor a future repeal of the clause author izing labor t hroughout tho Statu. Adopted. Also the amendment providing lor ad vertising anew in ease of forteiture or surrender of present, lease. Mr. Houston oll'ered an amendment striking nut clause in section 4 authorizing tho labor of convicts over 5 miles from .Jefferson City, to which Mr. Twiss offered a substitute. ' Substitute and amendment lost. Ayes, 52 ; noes, 52. Mr. Hooper moved to reconsider the vote by which bill failed to pass, and to lay that vote on the table. Lost. The vote by which the Xcidner bill fail ed to pass was reconsidered and ...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 174. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One square inn' week " each additional week.... " throe month " six month " one year One-fourth column, three mouth, ... " " six month ' ' f)iin rt'ii r . (me-half column, three month ,13 00 " " lx months 4,1 (HI , one vrnr 70 00 One column, six months 70 no one year 125 00 t 00 no fl 0t) 00 13 00 IS 00 25 00 an 00 Kansas City U utiliinr tin- labor (,f tlx work-hous nvieis in clcmiin streets. Two hundred head of calves were driven into the K:inat City market on the 'Uli inst ., I l inn smith Missouri. Allen, thu Chicago detective, who was shot by .lim Younger, at Moneiraw, is not dead as reported, but recovering. Thu Modoc, .lasjicr county, (iranp-o has resolved to buy no agricultural itiiplt. ltii'iits that arc not sold them at wholesale rates at the lactones. A man naiueil S. C. ('lavender was taken out of .lasju r county, a few days since, 011 a requisition from Kansas, for obtaining money under false pretences. 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 March 1874

The State Journal FRIDAY. MARCH --'7. 1N74. Lefjislal Ivo Proceed in gs. SENATE MORNING SESSION'. Tie.soay, March -l, 174. STATE SI'.CIIKT MKIIVK.'E. Mr. Essex, from Committee mi I'rini iiml Juiiselictiein, reported a substitute, for Senate bill, introilui'i'il on yesterday, to juMviiUs for n Statu Secret Scrvieo for tin; arrest nt outlaws. Tin' substitute contains nil tint provisions of thu original bill ex eept thai tlio force to bo organized by tho Governor s-hall not exceed twenty-live in number, and niakint; tin' aiiropriation ti pay tin; expenses of the force when called into iii tive service, ol s.),')l)0. Mr. Hardin impiireri wlc-the-i- the iiieui liers of tliis si'i-ivt. service would be en titled to the reward. olTereil for the iippre lii'iision of outlaws. Air. Essex .supposed they would, n-nl it was lor tliat. reason the cuinniiitec only re ported :ri appropriation Millieient to cover the actual cists and expenses. There was no lUilieul:;.- in ;i-tiinjr irrmil men to und...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FltlDAY. MAUC1I 27. 1874. Farmers near llochoport will have the hulk of their oat crop in this month, anil will be ready I'm planting early in April. Mr. It. Lyman has sold his crop ol wheal to the Koeheport Star Mills. at $1.;U per bushel. Mr. J. II. Sampson has sold the same mills loix bushels. Price not Mat ed. If the Legislature proposes to do any thing with the Penitentiary Hill it is time they were about it. They may as well learn lir.-t as last that it costs ..omcthing to run a tiling like that. Theri! have been nearly a hundred eon Versions during the revival services at the Presbyterian Church of Fulton within the past live or six weeks, unions the niimiier John 11. Williams, Esq., editor of die Tchyrtijili. Major Win. Bodi-iilianicr, Hester ol' Lands at Springfield. Mo., is a deiatllter in the sum of $1."i,oimi. His hooks, papers etc., have been taken possession of by Ids bondsmen, a. id the oi.kv is at present i:i charge of Mr. Baldwin. We learn that ti...

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 March 1874

Y. The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 1S7L SKXATK MORNING SESSION. Monday, March 2:1, 171. KXWfTIVK SES.HON. The President announced that u mes sage had been received from the Governor requiring nn executive session. ' On motion of Senator Strother, the. Sen ate then went into exeentive session. The President laid belore the Senate the following message from the Oovernor: City of Jeftehson, March 23, 1S7 1. To the Senate of Mitsowri: ' Gexti.emf.x: I have nominated as Cura tors of the State University the following namuil gentlemen : E. W. Stephens to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation ot John D.'Vineil, Dr. W. T. Lenoir to till the vacancy caused by the resignation of lames 11. 'Moss, Martin L. Clardy to f.ll the vacancy occasioned liv the resignation of John F". Hush. Henry 'Smith to till the vacancy caused by the expiration of his term of appointment, and who has been holding over since the 27lh of February, 1S72. And fur the State at large I nomi nate Squire Turner...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAUC1I 27. 1874. liOCAL NEWS. ('lent ntul cold . t Money market easy. Onion market strong. Peach trees blossoming. liiinli'ii making in order. The Great Cirrus l tromhijc. Buds sw. Him; and birds singing. Scribiicr's hui ullllii' monthlies fur April Vive 1IK'. Building on High sire. 1. by White iiinl JLain kiu, resumed. Till' BllVariull Wagers lllilkr l lit- ! I .tilll-ic ever heard in these part-. Il was a surprise In many to I. nrn Iroin tin' J.U'KNAI. y. li il.iy that Jcller-on lia Tiber. The liill tr til.' removal of Ilie Siiivcyor-(.cn-Tal's archives t. tin' olii.v of I! agister m Liuid lia- become a law. Mi's. Judge Ii'i!on : 1 1 I daughter hi with Col. M. M. Price. j'lk of c.r- -II it Court, of llii- c;t . Tin' .v. Lotii il. I. -nation lin c arieed ! n port tin- llu'.i bin-h.ll inak ins -alary of St. Louis county collector Itl.ii in per milium. To tin1 "Midnight v.olll tlilil rclclr. 'I 'iji-j ilan.-i' i.inl jollity." fhcrcroinctli an i ml. '1 In' I...

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 March 1874

The Stata Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 174. . VOICES. I hear thorn In the raindrops An they putter on llit leaves. Or oiie'hy hub dcsccndinir From the eaves. They whinner in the sunshine As It cheers ii utter mint lint I Imik to see their luces All in vnin. They call mo in the breezes Tha' nance upon the stream. "Yet 1 know not what they utter That they mean. But when at eve 1 linger Hv the grave of one held dear, These voices fall the sweeter On my ear. Arc they voices of Forever Sweetlycullins; me to eonie. To u renting place eternal. In their homo? THE CHII.m.KSS MOTH Kit. IIY MAItY CI.r.MMI'.lt AMKs. I lav mv ta-k down one hy one. In it iii the silence In twilight's priice: Out of its shadow, colt and ilttn. Steals like n star my baby's (are. Mneklnjr cold are the world's poor Joy. How poor to mo all its pomp ami pride! In my lap lie the baby's idle tovs. In this very room the baby died. . I will shut these broken toys away Under the lid where they mutely bide: I will smile in the...

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 March 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAUI II 1HT4. LOCAL XKWR. Let's go a-liliing. The green grass is grow in;:. The Tribune Is nut y. Tin! t wilier of birds is heard in the trees. The Granger members are not luppy. 'I'liry Willlt to go home. There is talk of orpiiiii.in;: a lodge of Soil" of Malta in this city. Tin' lightning-rod man's occupation ha. runic :l 4:1111. I .'ml; nut for liim. ScVCItv-llve Hi'W voters Were registered at the Court 1 !mit- Friday ami Saturday, They ti ii- holding temperance mass meetings in St. l.'Mii-. Imt nary u'one in Jefferson. Tin' b U-iiit-nt niarkft is ipi'ited a " fair to middling." with an upward tendency as the Spring advances. Tin' w licat field-1 f Ibis county were never in a more t i- 1 1 1 i -i 1 1 ;r rnnclitiiiii tliun mm. An i tl in hi li t harvest awaits us. The amount of Pu-ial in-moy orders i m-d at lell'ei'Miii City 1 1 111 luring week .milium March JM. l.'J'!!i..Vi. Paid. si;in.7.-i. The annual miiiiVipa! election is '. hand, mill everybody is ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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