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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 10 July 1874

1 .it 4 lr The State Journal. o i ft ! .'ti i ,- KKIIUY. JULY ltV, '1KT-V : ' " "W Not.si" ' ' . ,; Mutt, Carpenter delivered the Fourth of Tilly add res nt Jancsvillc. Wis. , . The public' 'debt statement Issued July 1st shows reduction of -i.lSiI.Ji!!)'. , , A mob of Ihievos ale. endenvorintr to "work" Columbus, O., during the. races.' The. Unii'ii Pauilic, railroad has re-established sciMiid-elass -fato rates over tli."t road. ' " ' , Leavenworth's juvenile, retorni scluinu drawing will not take daee until the ninth of July. A tornado swept over llurrisbuijr, Pa., Sunday, nnd several Iiousm and stables were Mown over. The fire iu Hudson, Mass.. Saturday, destroyed the. piano forte manufactory of Seely & Shaw. Los $.tO,0II0; insurance 823,000. Theodore Tilton's valedictory will ap pear in Saturday's Gulden Ajc, which will also contain more of the lWcherTilt'-'U KMinilal." "'.'".' A Springfield, O., dispatch denies that Tiurntin & Thorne, who nrp charged with swindling ly m...

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 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. " Lemonade " nil around. 1 rie-iikrs ami festival nre lit n discount, Where, oh where is Ihul street sprinkler? . The Callewcgian happy their crop are first rate. , Rev. T. L. Smith will preach at Mudisnii Hull Sunday next. All lire cordially invited to at tend. x- The Supreme Court I milking rapid progress Id the work before It, considering the heat of the weather, The City Council lias amended tin- ordinance taxing peddleV and hucksters, and fixed the li cense ut (12.00 for every ten day. The City Council, by a unanimous vote, him exempted the active members of tho Fire Zou ave from the payment of poll-tax. Unspe akable despondency cat upon every face when the promised rain stoi in passed us by on Wednesday. .Still we survive and hope. Hon. Henry J. Spauuhorst, of St. Louis, ex State Senator, i prominently sKkcn of as Hie Democratic candidate for Lieutenant-Governor. We learn that Messrs. Wnddy Thompson and Hugh L. Fox, of St. ...

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 July 1874

The , State Journal. THURSDAY. JULY 10. 1874. News Notes. Stock hogs soil nt 6 1-4 cents in Carroll county. Gold closed in Nc,w York Wednesday, nt 109 7-8. Whisky nt Cincinnati, Wednesday, steady at 94 cents. Secretary Uobeson was at the navy de partment Wednesday. The inert'.iry at Omaha stood at 107 in the shade, Wednesday. One ton ol camel's hair passed Omaha, Wednesday, bound East. Deaths in St. Louis last week, 230 ; chil dren under Ave rears ot ago, 182. Five hundred Mormons were anion the immigrants from Europe Monday. The Faraday wn3 seen on the 27th ult., ninety miles south-east of Halifax, picking up cable. Another fire occurred nt Clinton, 111., Monday morning, wliioli was extinguished ' with slight loss. Kight Rev. Bishop James O'Gorinan, ot the Roman Catholic Church, died at Oma ha on the 4th. The Ooldcn Age for this week will con tain a stinging editorial upon the course ot Plymouth Church. Prof. F. S. Ileal was selected as super intendent ol tho city schools Monday ev...

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 July 1874

The State Journal. TT1DAY, JULY 10, 1874. LOCAL SEWS. APPALLING ACCIDENT ! THK CITY ItKIXK HLOWN 11. Two ColorUIMeii Jrowiiel. Two White Men seriously liurnoil. The sienm tug Hello of Jefferson. A. A. 1 1 ". hurl. iintNtfr, mi u lri from thi point Id Osngt City, Willi ii cargo of brick, when lit ii (mint throe mill's below the city, ne ar the month n the tunnel, list evening about M-ven o'clock, ex ploded it boiler utiil w in iinnintly lmtT'il lii pieces. on board t the Hiiie were A. A. Hihhnrd muster; Alex. Strwart. pilot: John F. Kelly hrothor-tn-litw ul' It. F. Lewi of this city, on h; wav to Osage C'itv tii obtain c mplnvmcnt. uiul two colored liu'ti. million unknown. Mr. Stew .irt win in tin- pilot-house unci seriously injured. He escaped from the wreck hy swimming with u plunk. Ili nppcii'i to hi' liniki'ti. II was taken to Kwing's uml brought linini' about midnight on horseback. Mr. Kelly I tearfully burned uhoilt the lace. H.i wa able to walk home, uml Is now lit the residen...

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 July 1874

' 4 "4 :i;g - .' ... t., 1 ! . VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JTJtY IT, 1874: NO. 30. JoTimal , . JL JLJL0 V Publisliol Every Friday BY ' ' n! 0. BURCII. Terina of Bnbuorlptlon i Ingle copies, per ycai. 1 00 Clubs of ten per year. 1 23 Clubs of twenty, per year.... 100 INVARIABLY IX ADVAN-CK. Busoh & Bookers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quality. Always on hand, and for Sale, at the Cheap- Ann 97 T'1 v O. W. LOHMAN,l (Successor to W. II. MorlocW.) JEFFERSON CITV. MISSOURI. milK attention of tho public 1h cnllel to hi. X nne stock of ury uooos. urnwnm, ware and Notions. Hoots anil Shoes. Hats und Caps. Ac Highest market price paid for farm produce. Zuber's Marble Works VICTOR ZTTBER, MAXUt'ACTt.ltEK Of Foreign & American MARBLE MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES AND TOMBS North side of High stccct, Between Jefferson and Washington Sts nl0.73-lv. .JEFFERSOX CITV.MO FRED ROMMEL, DKALGR...

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 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1874. Nodoway county will hold her annual fair September Id, 1C, 17, and 18, at Mary- Vilfe.'f J r The Plattsburg Register is of the opinion that the Grangers will pot blindly follow the lead ol tho Democratic ring masters. Wo lenrn that a largo olevator will be erected soon at the Msry villo (Nodaway Co.) depot for the accomodation of grain producers. A Grange picnic will bo held nt Barry, 1'Iatto county, on Saturday, July 18tu. Col. Norman J. Col man and other will be present and deliver addresses. Wc arc informed that the citizens of liolckow, Andrew county, havo ' given $900 to a firm that intends to erect a pork packing establishment to cost several thousand dollars. A telegram from Fort Fcttcrman, Wyoming, says: Jesse Hampton, who was shot lv the Sioux near hero a lew days since, died to-day. Company M, Uth infantry, loll here for Medicine Bow to-dav. Wo notice that tho people of the Osago Valley are raising money to defray the expenses of e...

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 July 1874

The State Journal. ' VrhUtI 'jult 'iY. iaV. .iir "' ' Romance'' and Law. ' A Paris " correspondent of a London paper writing under date of Jun 2'2d says: "A highly dramatic trial is going on before the Assize court of Chalono-stir-Saone. The accused party, M. Lacroix, Is Indicted Tor manslaughter. Ho Is the son of a retired judge, the owner of Senozau, the ancestral seat of the Xoaillca, where he leads the life of a country gentleman, fond ot his gun and fishing-rod. The family nt 8en07.au hibitnally consists of M. Lacroix, Sr., Mine. Lacroix, and this son, who happens to be a retired lawyer. It was increased last year by the . arrival from Toulouse of their grand-daughter Mile. Marie Dcsneyrous, a girl of 20. Her father is the director of the Toulouse observatory. Her mother died when she was in the nursery. It would appear that while M. Despeyrous was engaged in bis ostromical studies, the young lady secret ly became acquainted with an attorney's clerk named Bonnebaight, he havin"...

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 July 1874

soy fr j ni .a tail 4 r T The Otate JotuMial. THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1874. . RATES OF ADVERTISING One square, one week each additional week. " thrie months. . ....... " .. six month 1 00 M 6 00 0 00 13 00 18 00 2o 00 m oo 3ft 00 4ft 00 " one Tear OuMourth column, three months , , six moiiuu... " " one year Onehalf column, tkree month.... " " aix month.... " ' i i , one year...... One column, kIx mouths " one year 70 00 to 00 ... 135 00 II. V. B. Cutlor, of the Glenwood .Cri terion is in iuvor of a straight Republican fihgt this fall. The Warsaw Democrat nails the Inde pendent Banner to its mast-head, and places thereon the name of Major William (ientry for Governor. ' The National convention ot the chiefs of the different fire departments of the Ufcited States will meet in St. Louis on October 5. This year, in South Carolina, the death rate among the colored population has been a little more than twice as great as among the whites. The requestor Gov. Davis having boon denied, an urgent ...

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. — 17 July 1874

iV "4 --s ' ' i '2 ,.T - .-.'V. AT Y The State Journal. FRLDAY.-JULY 17,, 1874 r STATE NEWS. A new Presbyterian Church was dedi cated at Deckey's Store, Lafayette conntj, last Sunday. '' ; 1 ' ' A Concordia letter says rain Is much needed. Corn has stoppod growing and the chinch-bug is playing terrible havoc. : '1 " " f . About (? ",000 has been suhey-rfyedbi' the InditMtiial Exposition which W ft 1 come off at St. Joseph in the fall.- tion, on Monday, and an (oii-io"mlna: train ran over and tore hiin in plece$.K ' Ho was unmarried, but leaves n Wld6wcd mothor in Macon. The Dent county Success has a letter from B. F. Russell, At Raymondsville, re porting the existence in that vicinity of a gang of horsethieves. Mr. Elmore, a farmor near Wellington, Lafayette county, hod four acres of grow ing tobacco entirely eaten up by grass hoppers. We learn this the iron ore shipped from that place during the month ending June 30th, amounted in round numbers to 8, 310 tons.- Salem Success. Wm. C...

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. — 17 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1874. LOCAL NEWS." The circus, ' . ' V-J,i The bat weather, i ' And the great Chicago fire, I. too much ex citement for one day. v ' '.' Scovern ft Wagner's new business house la receiving lt. first cost of plastering. . , . . 1 ' Our young and popular confectioner, Ed. B. Kiel, ha a pair or very pretty white mlcc.',.'i The pavement between Monroe and Adams streets, on Muln, is being taken upand reluid. Our young friend, George Scovern, looks just as happy as you please. Well, we guess be is. Frank Schmidt's new building will be three stories, Instead of two, us lit first started. Thirty-two of the Great international Circus domiciled at the Central Hotel during their stay ia tills city. " Hot mid dry.' We arc considering the pro ' pricly of having the fire going words stercotycd for use in the next six months. Doctor Hull regrets he was not at Fayette to get his ' spiritual strength " renewed. What's the matter now ? Out of " sorts " again f Sorr...

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. — 17 July 1874

The State Journal. THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1874. JOHN T. CARLISLE. JUDGMENT AGAINST THE CONDEMNED MAN AFFIRMED. Sentenced to Death July 24. In the Svpreme Court of Missouri, July Term, 1874. State of Missouri, defendant Iti error, vs. John T. Carlisle, plaintiff In error. Error to Cir cuit Court of Suline county. The Separation of a jury Testimony of the Deceased Confession, Kte. WAGNER, JUIK5E, DELIVERED THE OPINION THK COURT. The defendant was indicted for killing Geo. Wccker, nod was convicted of mur der in the first degree The evidence against him was mainly circumstantial, but it formed a chain which unquestion ably supports the verdict, and as the facts were for the jury, we have only to see whether the Court ruled correctly on points of law. One of tfie principal objections raised is ; That the Court permitted the jury to separate after they were empanneled, and whilst the evidence was being introduced. The evidence shows that this separation was consented to by both parties, and ...

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. — 17 July 1874

The State Journal. ' Flto)AY, JULY 17. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. A laugh 1 worth thousand groans In any market. County court meet fur cclal business on Monday next. Jackson street between Muln and High Is Is? lax dug out and Improved. Germany mouey orders paid tit Jefferson of. Sea Ibr week ending July II. 93.13.74. Candidates for the different county ofllccs tire putting In their work In deud earnest. The postnt moucy orders Issued at the Jcffer son City postofflce for the week ending July 11, was920.e. Paid tmM. Col. Samuel II. Owens, of California. Is pram Inently mentioned as a Democratic vaiulidnte forjudge of this juiliciiil circuit. At Inst workmen arc engaged in guttering Main street between Monroe mid Adum. Tlnit' Tight. Fill Ui the hole In the street too. The Ste. Genevieve Sand Stone nnd Grunite Company of this State have secured the con tract for furnlahlng the stone for the new State floitse of Iowa. A correspondent ol the California Democrat nominates A. M. Lay, of thisclty, f...

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. — 24 July 1874

ne VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1874. NO. 31. OMrna Published Every Friday BY X. C. BURCH. Tersu of NubRcrlptlon I ingle copies, peryeai $1 30 Clubs of ten per year. 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per your 1 00 IXVA1CIAULV IN AKVAXCK. Basoh & Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main nnil Jefferson St-s Jefferson City, Missouri. A LARGE STOCK OK ALL KINDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quality. AIwrvh ou burnt, and for Sale, nt the Cheap est Hate. dec.27.72-lv C. W. LOHMAN, (Succumoi to W. II. Morlock.) JKFFEU.SOX CITY. MISSOURI. TUB attention of tbe public In culled to his flno stock of Dry Gooils. Urocerles. Ilnril ware unci Notions, Boots nnil Shoes. Huts and Cups. Sc. Highest market price pniii for I'linn produce. tun.l-.7:ilv Zuber's Marble Works VICTOR ZUBEE, MAM'KACTTUEH OK Foreign & American MARBLE MONUMENTS. G-HAYEST02TES AND TOMBS North aide of nigh stocet. Between Jefferson and Washington Six,, B10.73-1V. .JEFFEItSOS CITV.IWO FRED BOMMEL, DKAXKK IX Books & S...

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. — 24 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1874. Missouri has iO.OOO.OOO acres of land in cultivation, valued si $400,000,000. The mayor and city council of Pleasant Hill have been mandaiiinsed to compel tbe levy ol a tax to meet the interest on tonds. The citizens of Holla are not preparing to orgnnizo n stock company for the pur pose of establishing a foundry and ma chine shop at that lace. The Cass county Courier publishes a Icavfully fonrful stary about a Mr. F. Ear fully finding a fci.rful cave, in which there v.-.is u fenrlul lot of fuarlully old coin and we are fearful that the story will be fearfully old before it will bo believed. The Chester ami Iron Mountain railroad Ir.ive overcome all their financial difficul ties, and work will be resumed in thirty days. Arrangements are now being made to iron the division between Iron Moun tain and Chiller, a distance of about sixty-five miles. The St. Louis. Iron Mountain and Southern railroad company filed in the of fice of the recorder of...

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. — 24 July 1874

I The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1874. Supreme Court Proceeding). Monday, July 20. The Supremo Court met thin morning and filed a number ol opinions, some or which are considered quite important. Tlio following U a list ol causes decided BY JL1KJF. ADAMS: ' Ben). Philibert ctal defendant in error, vs Frank Schmidt, plaintiff in error. Re hearing from Cole circuit. Reversed and remanded. Abel J. Bacon, defendant in error, vs J. D. MorrisMon, plaintiff in error. Error to Cedar. Affirmed. W. J. Spoor, respondent, v St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern Railroad Com pany, appellant. Appeal from Randolph. Affirmed. Jonathan Saunders, respondent, vs St. "Louis, Kansas City and Northern Railroad Company-, appellant. Appeal from Ran dolph. Affirmed. J. V. McClttrg, nppellant. vs Jesse A. Philips et al, respondent. Certiorari. Re versed 'and remanded. J. B. Ilandlen, delendaut in error, vs Morgan County, plaintiff in error. Error to Morgan. Reversed. Helen K. Gould et al, respondent, vs J...

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. — 24 July 1874

The' State Journal. FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1874. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one week fl 00 " each additional week 0 " thrJemonUu 6 00 " ix months 00 " one year 12 00 One-fourth column, three month W 00 " " six months 23 00 " " one year 00 One-half column, three months 35 00 " " six months 43 00 " ' one year. 70 00 One column, six months 70 00 " one vcar. . 123 00 By means of a "Bob-tail" Lexington is to again becomo a Railroad Critter. Mrs. Chancellor Wallworth was found dead in her bed Wednesday morning, sit Saratoga, X. Y. Tho attempted assassination of Bis marck will probably result in more extreme measures than even against Ultra Montain teachers and institutions. Tho Monroo county Appeal publishes a call for another meeting of the People's Convention, and says it. is endorsed by over one thousand citizens ot tho county. Tho Sturgeon Lender says that it is re ported that the board of directors of Mc Gec College have determined to move the school lrom College Mound to Macon City...

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. — 24 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1874. STATE NEWS. LI i) a Creek has not single vacant room to let. The Prospect Is the name of a. new paper nt Doniphan, Ripley county. . The State Sunday School convention will meet nt Springfield in August next. A grand picnic will be given nt New Market, l'l.ttte county, on Thursday, July 28. ' The construction of the new jail ut Marshall, Saline county, is rapidly pro gressing. The Advocate is the name of a new Democratic paper published nt Orongo, Jasper county. A now Presbyterian church was dedi cated ut Decker's storo, Lafayette county, last Sunday week. Farmers about Uocheport nro suffering lrbm the douth. On the loth they had no rain lor four weeks. The- debt of Marion county has been reduced, within the twelve months last past, about twelve thousand dollars. Some $10 worth of tools belonging to the Osage Iron Works- were stolen tram the wiirc-hou'o of the establishment last week. Tho Echo is the name of ti sprightly little local paper ju...

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. — 24 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1S74. LOCAL NEWS. Good oak wood iii market and plentiful at jil.GO to .( per conl. j Fresh Early Uose potatoes in market hy t ie wagon liiil at 70cents per bushel. ' Mr. II. K. Sehultas' new icldinee on Adams street will Mini ho ready to ru ceivc tiif root. Joliliinjr wiifrims crowd the north side of High street In the exclusion of every other vehicle -wiry moi-ninr. Mrs. .1. L Smith, Miss Mattie Chnppell anil Mis Mattie M i Hit, nru spending a few week nt Sweet Sprinjrs. Tlio eanvir-w for comity olllees lias open ed with us. Tim whr.lt! posse ot sheriffs nml dorks 'spent tlio ilay in Liberty Sun ilay. Mr. (lliinshuw is getting reaily to dis tril litis 'tlio laws ami journals. IIu is waiting now for the report of the Commis sioner-oil Mines nml Milling. A Dr. Bryne, alias "rips," ha 'lone the -Duhtiimers anil lit out, lie ?ot advertis ing, printing, hotel board, wines, liquors, livery ami "lixins," nml not a cent ot money changed liamls. The Democ...

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. — 24 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1874. IMPORTANT DECISION. No County Court or Municipality has the Power to Issue boniltt to any Public or Private Corpora tion, for Educational or other Purposes without a Vote of the People of such County or Muni cipality. The State, appellant, vs The Curator of the State University et al, respondents. Tliif notion U brought by the State against the curators of tlui University, the county court of Phelps county ami the Treasurer of the School of Mines. The petition sets out in detail various provis ions of the act of the Legislature of Feb ruary 24. 1870 entitled "an act to locate and disposo of the congressional land grant of July 2, 1802, to endow, support and maintain schools of agriculture and the mechanic arts and a school ot mines and metallurgy and to promate the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pin-suits and profes sions of life." This act, as the petition alleges, pro vides among oilier things for ...

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. — 24 July 1874

The State Journal. Fill DAY, .IIXY 21. 174. LOCAL NEWS. 11. Wallciidorf l favorably' spoken of lor County Clerk. The Kerry timler llm iir.inii.-iiii i.l of Brooks mill KMior. Is doing hii excellent hitsints. W.C. Hickcy. of the Callaway bottom, ha SOU acres in corn that will net "si bushel to the iwre. Our farmers nnd dealer are beginning to handle new wheat on a large scale, Quotations not yet fixed however. Th Inrmers ol Callaway me to have a grand reunion at llarksville. opposite Osage City, on tin- iV.th instant. In the V. is Circuit Court. rltikcmaii & Thayer, attorneys, brought milt for l)iivil Ilo tetter, of Pennsylvania, against Lafayette county for $13.00(1. la matured bonds. In the letter of Senator Bogv to Hon. John It. Chirk, Jr. which occupies less thatioiic-lnill'cnl uiun oi meat. Iaiuih utiitch, t lie little per sonal pronoun ' I" occurs hul '.hirtv-lhrcc times, Modesty I'ic-nics, barbecues nn.l reunions are the order of the day in nearly every county in the Mate ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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