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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 3 April 1874

The State VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL a, 1874. NO. 15. " Pu'olisfcel Every Friday ' r.v nunc ii & aiEUEDiTii. Titiih of Subscription: -"iinprlc i"iplp. per year. .'luh of ton por yonr OhIh of twenty, per your ... ixvakiaiii.y ix aovanc-i 1 M 1 23 t 00 Leirislal lvt Proceedings. SENATE MORNING SESSK x. TiifnsiiAV, Mirch '.'(J. 1 -7 1 . Tins Senate took U and passed House lull reorganizing tin' county court el' Adair county. Aiu(Lt;xMt:x r UKsoi.rnox. Senator SI rot her called up llmi-c cou cui'ivnt resolution ol' adjournment. Hi! thought tlioru could bo no delay in concur ring in House adjournment. Tlio Senate hail refused to pass a roioinie liill, ami liu thought all I i 10 important business before the Legislature can be disposed ol before Monday.. Senator Hardin was in lavor ol early ad journment, lull In- doli'oted whether the lIou.su could got through wiili its import ant business by tiiu lime fixed in the reso lution. Senator Allen was in lavor ot adjourn men...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APUIL 3. 1874. Much editorial mutter, including com ments on the closing scenes in the busi ness of the 27th General Assembly, are un avoidably deterred. An Illinois editor returns thanks for a centipede sent him by mail from Texas, It being," he says, "the first cent of any kind that we've received for several weeks." The New York Time predicts that with in ten year Chicago will have a worse fir-i than two years ago. "She is not careful enough with her tiro limits and lumber piles." A ltrooklyn girl of six summers says the reason the man on the new fractional currency looks so mad, is because he is only put on a ten cent stamp instead of a lillv center. (Jov. Woodson's last message, about the Howell county business is being repro duced throughout the F.at as indicative of "the terrible outlawry which rules and ruins Missouri." The liquor sellers of Rurlington, Iowa, have been seized by a panic, and are ship ping their stock to St. Louis, nil in conse quen...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal Fill DAY, APRIL 3, 1874. Legislative Proceedings. HOUSE AFTERNOON SKSSION. SATL-itUAV, March 28, 1S7-I. Tho Speaker laid before tlio 1 louse tlui following communication : S rATK OK MlSSOt'HI, AlDITOU'S OKKIC K. City of Jkwrimon, March 28, 1874. To the Hn. Speaker of the House of Jlepre tentative of the 27ft General Asemhly: Bv the provisions of the statute law of the "State, the Auditor is required to pre pare and report to the General Assembly "such plan as ho may deem expedient for the support of public credit." Under this provision of law and highly sensible of tho grave necessity resting upon each branch of the State. Govern inent, to sieqnit it-elf fully of the (rusts committed to Us keeping. I deem it an important duty in these closing hours of the. adjourned' session of the General As sembly to Urge, with all seriousness upon the intention of the honorable body over which you preside, certain facts of the giavestand public import, devolving re sponsibilitie...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AHUL 3, 1874. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One i'iirr, titi" week ' :n-)i Ht ). it i n-il week, llir.ic month " six nixiitlis " inn' year Oiip-f.iurlli culiiuiu, three unni'lis. " six tnmulis.. " " mi" jear... . 'Mip-lmlf column. Ilir ( ni'iii'lis... si lllnlltlls... " " I'll" year Mil- ColUlllll. six ninntlis.' " mil' vear ?t no fit) fi 00 !t 00 i j uo IS (XI J." (Ml :;i iki ;:: (mi t i no 7' l 10 7n on lil (hi The Kill appropriating sU'Vinn, tnnl authorizing tin' Governor tu sii;ni'-.-s out laws by t:i i j ! . !'. i r ' men. etc., passed tin- iI'Hi-1- Saturday ni.rlit. The Columbia ' .rr.t,rt,i dovoles ;i c.d i: m to tii'iii'i.i !',:i!inii ui thi' "pi-mid'' fact tint s nq.-.thy w Mi tho e.n : i '.ill in I'll- tin' t. -; in' triii- lli'ii, nT.ir, i.: Kentucky mi l .Mi-.-ii.;r;, with the fact: ei It i-i till! Ili.tintl ill tiii' St. Lo.il-. Tinf.i that it is jii--t a-; much a proper m .( of rrproaoli ill. it. I'rliini; saoiil.l !;.-,vo :. im u r !i'i' inhabit;'!)...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State journal. l'KIDAY, APUIL 3. 174. Comimii-U from lirst page. Mr. Wagner introduced h hill to pro vidi! lor tins ventilation ami improvement if tin; inMv cell building in the Penitenti ary, creation nl' :i hospitiil, lemale prison, and to provide water tor t'vvuso ot the prisoners, etc. Itcfci r.-d ti tiio Penitentiary Committee, with instructions t report lit H o'clock tn- IllnlTri'-V. Ail; !iru.l ti:i 7 :,'!') r m. NiMIT si:ssiox. Sub.-ttiite l. f l.ill X". 1 i7 iinieuding statite ol life ia.ur.inoe. Passed. liiil iiiiii'inliatr -Oatulc rnuecrning tax ation .-I insiu i-ieo ruin) inics. Passed. Hill j)!- i t'tir die erection of 1 1 " proof buildings it u 1 lire escapes. Pas.-cd. l'.iil amending i-halter nl' SI. I.nuis, providing for sir, -it Din niii gs. I' as--nl. Il l t--::; i:i if 1'n' Academy (.;' Music iVii I ;,.ileerv m' Art in inr oitv of St. I . t:i IV"- I. i i train ,l.nn--li- nui.-.ials Irom ruii:::.i g at i . i i"r ' in St. I.nuis coiitit'. . to jir ii!. Inr th" N...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal. VK1DAV. ArlML . 174. LOCAL NEWS, UKrl I'.I.ICAN MASS MKKTIM). For the purpose of considering candidates fin Ihe various oily olflces at tlir next charter eloc. lion. and If deemed advl-able to nominati; n ticket to Iw voted on hit Tuesday, the llrpiil Ilcaas of Jefferson City are requested to inert it tfic Court Hou nt 74 p.m. Saturday. W. A. Cl RY. 'Chairman Kcpuhlinin Kxcrtitive Committee. lien fruit is in demand. City election Tuesday next. Holy-week senices In the Cntlmlie Churche this week. DIM lift Attonary Butsford sport ti now gVI watch uiul chain. The Leiis'.at-sre havitw adjourned, the 8u ta li: Dew rat s happy. March came In smilingly, as uuul, andnrpt out frowiiliifSy, us win to luivcliccii expected. Judge Wm. T. Wood hns been comuii-'oucd Judge of the Sixtli .ludiefcil Circuit, fire Town-d-y, ousted. The deii-i of the Senate :itd House arc ai lowed eight dayi im-r. to complete the work re maining n their hands. The Se.lali.ins lire tilieiidy-doniiiiig...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1874. STATE NEWS. lluuno county wheat is looking well. "Frank fcml woolen mill sold at $9,700. Tho search for "Count" lhuils has been nbandont'il. , Osage county court will re-convene on the 8th of April. Tho cliuruhet of St. Joseph aro engnged In great revivals. Pneumonia of the typhoid typo prevails in Marios county-. Expectation is large in Platto City from the Louisville Lottery. The area of coal in Cedar county em braces 124 square miles. The Grangers have established a plow manufactory at Calhoun. The farmers report unprecedented pros pects fur a fine fruit crop. Several Piko county families aro fixing to leave for the Territories. Tobacco is selling in Macon county from $2.60 to $5.00 per hundred. The Presbyterian Church of Columbia is holding revival meetings. Fulton, Callaway, barber shops do not open on the Sabbath of late. Reports from nl 1 parts of tho State tell -of vast numbers of chinch bugs. An Audrain county farmer has sold his fa...

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. — 3 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. Al'ltlL 3. lH7t. LOCAL NEWS. The whisky crusade wuxcth warm In the "Went. . Jud) Stiimpf. ill St. I.mii-, I" :i c-ind:ilii!o fur Attorney-! Icncrnl next Full.' Wc leni'ii lliut tho .Senate will euiivene curly in Muy Ht a Hoard or Equalization. The Saline county Vrnrrrs. one of (lie best and ah!rt of the country pres. of (he State, ha neently I;tii iiiiliii'cii io uii.i-t'kli. ii.ii ci-. AVc fiill HMt-ittioii in the ct uuvi" ill the .Wis ouri I'aeitic Time Talile.' .No. it. West, l l iiiinulf 4 later, iim. I No. 4. Ivi-t. Is T uiiiiull- earlier hereafter. The Great American ( Iivii and .Miimnerie, tu perform in I lii i'ily tn the 1 lih of April, have illuminated lint Imlictiii li .iiii-tU oppo-il our thVe, and tin? juvenile-of t tte town are lappy. Iftlii' i'i'miii wlio took tin' lircwn straw hut from one ol ihr cloak i'ootiiii: tl.tr I'uldic School Itlliltlili, on Thursday, I , I rcliiril tin- same to t. S I until lei k's (itll-e, tin ipu-stioiiM w ill be ...

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. — 10 April 1874

lie State IFOkii i ttS oil VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1874. NO. 16. Published Every Friday BY x. c. mtkcii. Titiiir of 8ubnrrlitlon : Single c(io. per year Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per your ....... INVAKIAltl.Y IX AHVANTr.. wiiwwumiin.iiw ma a l SO 1 S3 l on A Woman's Sacrifice. I'.V AllllIK (I.F..MKNS MOttllOW. Vivian Adrian, pure, fresh a. id sweet as the early spring (lowers blooming in her hand, tripped merrily down the graved walk, across tin; shadowy park. :ind up the broad avenue whieli separated her bonrd-ing-house hoini! from the residence ot her friend, Mrs. Walden. She entered the, mansion, stepped lightly over the soft plush earpets, and stopped snddetdy hall way up the second Ilight of stairs. The color and sparkle nil lied from her laee. Sh? crushed the blossoms until they with ered and died in her hand, like love, and hope, and faith, in her heart. This is what she saw and heard : A library door ajar. A dark-eved, handsome man, with a...

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. — 10 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 1874. Tho Democrats carried St.. Joseph at the city election Tuesday last. , The Republican caudidate lor mayor of Warrensburg is elected by 140 majority. Wood, Democrat, is elected mayor of Kansas City by 100 majority. Balance of Democratic ticket elected except auditor. The Democrat:) elect four out of nix aider tucn. It in probable that tho $2,500,000 St. Louis street reconstruction act passed by the Legislature and submitted by a provi sion thereof to a rote of the people, will to-day be defeated simply for the want of conlidence in his Honor Mayor Jee Brown's appointments heretofore. Tho Georgia convicts weie farmed out a few days ago to the highest bidders. They numbered CM, and thero were offers lor u much larger number. Filly were taken to work in iron works at $2l a head for one year, 100 for coal mines at $11 a head, 50 to labor on a railroad for twenty one months at $11 a head, and 200 for the umu work at $11 per year. Messrs. .Smith, ...

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. — 10 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1871. Frtu tbe Dutehes Farmer, llcyoad ths Mlsl.lpil-No. 10. FKliltl'AHY 23, 1874. Drau Kakmer: My regular letter In coming anon; but just now 1 depart from the even tenor of my way to write you a few words, which are, however. " of no valno to anybody but the owner." Verily, dear Farmer, Is then, no end to 'my adventure beyond the Misslnsiipi? Listen, while I tell you (in a terrified wills per." " I have seen the Kti-Klux ; " or, If I have not actually seen lilin, 1 have " heard the rustling of his wings." Do not now coujnre up In your excited Imagination the mask, the durk lantern, the murderous weapon, the death's head, the Rhastly cerement of the " sheeted dead," and other blood-curdlhis appliances of those frightful ghouls with which Xast was wont to ornament the -pnges of Itarper't Weekly. Oh no; my Ku-Klux wan kid-slovcd mid vol-Tct-cloukcd ; In place nf grinning mask' were " wreathed sm!lcs." The bravery of broad cloth and trailing silks ...

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. — 10 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One "iiiarf, on. wprk ft 00 ' each additional week M " thr.ie month (100 " nix months A 00 ' one year IS 00 Oue-fourth column, three months IS 00 " " six months 23 00 " " one yrnr Wl 00 One-half column, three month" 3A 00 " " iX IllOlltll O 00 " " tine year,...-- 70 00 i hie column, six months 7o on " one war 125 Oil The partnership heretofore exist ing between X. C. liiirch tind Jits. M. Meredith in the printing lnisi ness in this city i.s thin day dissolved, by mutual consent, the said James M. Meredith retiring. All debts due the office for print ing, advertising, subscription, will be paid to X. ('. IJiuvh. .lefforson City, Mo., April 4th 174. X. C. Iicncii, .Ias. M. Mei:kiitii. The total registered vote of Kansas Ctiy is A Catholic newspaper is to he started at St. Joseph, to lie failed the Catholic. Re cord. ' X pious mother in Genera, 111., hired her daughter to read tho liilile through for 100. The enterprising...

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. — 10 April 1874

4 The 'State Journal. FRIDAY. APIllL 10. 1874. THE MOONLtOIIT I.ONO AGO. You love ine well, 1 know, wife, In )u of n frown und to; In the moonlight, long ago, wife, You iliilu't look o cro; ' In vim r little Miarlet cloak, denr, You tripped along the mo. Ami nil at unco 1 spoke, dear, Thotigh radly at a loss. You linn your pretty, head, then, And answered very low j I nearec know what you said, then, ' Hut I knew It waon't " no." SI v joy I couldn't apeak, love, Itut a hundred time or no I kissed a velvet eheek, love, In the moonlight long ago. THE LAST ARRIVAL. There came to port last Sunday night, The queerest little craft. Without an Inch nf rigging on, I looked and looked and laughed! It seemed ho curious that "lie Should cross the unknown water And moor herseir within my room My daughter! Oh, my daughter! Yet hv these presents witness, all She's welcome fifty time. And come consigned in Hope and Love And common-metre rhymes. Sin' has no manifest but this; No (lair floats o'er t...

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. — 10 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1874. 'LOCAL NEWS. Eggs cheaper. No more Lent this year. Peaches ain't killed yet. So dont pet In a fret. ' The river at tmU stage. The Big Show Is comtnjr. The farmers are iilow'uijt. The hotels are well patronized. A great many doubtful faces yesterday. Several amusements promised us this mouth. Save vour fractional currency mid go to the Big Show Saturday. We leara shut two more trains are to lie put ililo the Pacific Itoud ill n short time. liine bird have been flitting gloomily u,wult for amontli. They still louk glum and unhappy. Found, In r.ont r M:idion Hotel, a gold sleeve button. The owner ean have by proving property and paying for this notice. The session of the AVar Claims Commission and the State Senate sitting as 11 Uourd of Equal ization will bring many visitors to the elty next month. We print elsewhere n letter to the Dutchess futility (X. Y.) I'aniit r, wnf.cn from this city by a lady teacher of tin; Lincoln Institute. It Is a ...

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. — 10 April 1874

.9 i ThA Mt.rtt.A .Innrnal. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1874. STRAY NOTES. Wise and Otherwise. The widow of Capt. Hall, the Aictlo ex plorer, h.is petitioned Congress for ait). Pullman, of pnlace car fame, U building a $75,000 cottage at Long Brunch. A St. Louis doctor wants a divorce from his wite because she calls him names in the presence of his patients. . Speaker Blaine is reported to have said " that tlio present is " easily tho laziest House" within his Congressional memory. Gerritt Smith says the dreariest day of fcis life was when he hud to ride filly miles lu a stage etiach beside a young man who jiarted his hair in the middle. That was a sensible old chap in Dela ware who, dying the other day, said: "Don't write any poetry about me, and don't lool around about a monument." The ladies of Mason county, Kentucky, Lave organized a calico church club, every member of winch is pledged to attend church in plain calico, without bustles, hoops or jewelry. A Colorado mnn has n genuine drachm...

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. — 10 April 1874

The1 State Journal. FKIDAY.U'IUL, JO. 174. LOCAL NHWS. Uotul register blank.. .... J Tlio Great Eastern Cirrus to-morrow. l.ouUvillc Inttfry ticket-holders whim In llitse part'. ' I)r. Currv Is in-imrliis tii move with-lit family Into the country. Mr. F. A. Nitrhy's place lie is going to liv on Cupt. flent'W'. FYnhlc,"'A'sisfiiiH" Secretary of the Senate, contemplates starting li Democratic dully paper ut Hannibal. '. i ., ' ' ' ' The attention of farmer mi. I l.n-k men is called to our facilities 1r printing llorsc mid Jack Bills. , Terms, reasonable.. : Win. Ti'iibroek requests lis to withdraw the announcement of himself us u candidate for.AI lU'riiitin. It Is u"roriliin.'ly done. He with draw in favor of Niek Frank. Dr. Kl -ton ha-, beeii compelled to relinipiMi his pruclico to our young friend Dr. W. A. Da vison for n few days, fur the clorious privilege of welcoming to UN home-circle u precious little stranger. . , . Frank Selnn ill requests n to my to tnc pule lie that tlie an...

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. — 17 April 1874

.kw.i :i r.T-' s a o o a VOL. 2P3I I. JEEEEESON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1874. JO NO. 17. - -r"v m ---i xr , f n x-, ifr " "TP"- lrr ' rt jrtv .'tt.r.vJ-i ..- a.iu. -, f . .. :. ., . . ,. .,.- .., ... .... . , rT .... i .' !: , . X. 0. IHJRCIl. Terms of Kilbucrlptlon : Single copies, per year Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per your IXVAMAULY IN AllVAXCK. $t 50 1 25 1 00 T c. w. LOHMAN, (Successor tOi W. II. Morlock,) JEFFEUHOX CITV. MISSOl'Rl. rTIIIR attention of the public Is culled to his JL one stooK oi ury uoous. liroeories, iiura ware and Notions, Hoots nnd Shoes, I1h1 ami Clips. Ac. (Ugliest market prico paid for farm J. T. WELLS , MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN HARNESS, SADDLES COLLARS. BRIDLES, WHIPS, BLANKETS, FLY NETS, ETC. East Side High Street, Jefferson City, Missouri 11 KPAIRING NEATLY DONE AND Work Y ttrrantod. ik'C.27."2-l( Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumber o...

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. — 17 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 187. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Om square, om week m " each additional week,'. " thrae months... " iix months..... " one year One-fourth column, three months " . u six months " " one year One-tulf colwnn, three month " lx months " one Year...., lee do oo oo 11 w 18 00 16 00 M 00 U 00 44 00 70 00 One column, nix months 70 00 " one vear 118 00 We call attention to the very important act ot the I-egislature passed last March, which restricts very materially the action of the flkers, agents and others of cities, school districts, etc., and which they will do well to study. The House has agreed to and passed the Senate Bill regulating the issue of cur rency. It increases the legal tender re serve to $44,000,000, and authorizes the increase of the National Diuk circulation $4G,000,000. Now then for interconverti biiity act Congress is discussing and again our finances will be on a flourishing basis. We see from the Potosi Independent that while the Southeas...

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. — 17 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, AFRIL 17. 1W4. BURNING AND BURYINO. How to Put a Corpse Where It Will do the Most Good. n"land Is already getting no crwdcl that the Englishmen are troublort to do vise what to do with their dead bodies. People do not like to have corpses buried in their back yards, and if they are buried in tho neighborhood ot rivers or springs they gradually affect tho purity of the water. The dissolved and the diluted Englishman Is not a wholesome drink ; and it is not a pleasant thought that a cer tain percentage oi human being is includ ed in every quart of water one uses. Recently an ecccntriu Englishman died and left lilty pounds in his will to a Lon don gas company on condilioli that jt should convert him into gas and coke in ono of its crucibles. Tho object, of course, was a benevolent one, for he wishes to prove that corpses could be utilized by gas companies and that every Englishman could read by the light of their dead and distilled lellow-countrymen. Various ...

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. — 17 April 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1874. We will cheerfully answer the questions ol our readers. ' ; '.' ' ' Some of the Johnson county farmers will make the cultivation of t'. e castor bean a specialty. . . , , .,, Judge De Bolt will have over one hun dred cases to dispose oi nt the next term f the Sullivan county circuit court. ; Mr. Vendable, a lew days age, killed a wolf in Texas county, which is said to have been the largest ever seen in that section of country. It has been decided in Iowa that no damages can be sustained by a man who has been jilted by a female it is said to do him good. The total number ot scholars in the schools at llolden is two hundred and filty nine for March. Average attendance, one hundred and ninety-six. The young ladies of Louisiana are sign ing a pledge not to keep company with anv voutiir man who habitually visits dramshops and saloons. The Pullman Car Company have been compelled to pay C. II. Carleton, of Si. Louis, $250 for making him stand up i...

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