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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 July 1874

'.I. (...- VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1874. NO. 32. '! . It Journa - , V ! I . - t 1 : btatc i " 1 PuUista(l STory Friday wr . N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription l Inglecopies. per yehi ft 80 Clubs of ten pur yenr 1 M Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY 1M ADVANCK. i Bnsoh & Beckers. hioago Lumber "Yard, Cor. of Slain and Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumber of a Superior Quiility. Always on hand, and for Sale, at the Cheap- i cot Kate, uw.s. C. W. LOHMAN, (Successor to W. II. Morlock.) JEFFERSON C1TV. MISSOURI. milB attention of the publlo Is called to Ills JL nue stock oi ury uoous. t.rocui-ien. nmu anil Nntlnnn. Hunts itml Shorn, lints nml Caps. o. Highest market price paid for farm produuo. iuu.jw.i.mt Zuber's Marble Works VICTOR ZUBEE, MANUFACTUUEIt OF Foreign & Americap ' MARBLE MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES AND TOMBS Xorth glle of High steeet, Between Jefferson and Wellington Slslt U10.73-1V. .IBFFEIHOY CITV.0...

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. — 31 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 31. 1874. 1 The Hickory county Mirror want tlie Republicans to make straight nominations, auil declares in favor of Jo. McCIurg lor Governor. Hon. J. li. riutu iir., nun uecn renomi nated ly acclamation for n Heat in Con gress from the second Congressional Dis (Vict at the convention lit Hampton. The j.roeeecdinga were harmonious. Much enthusiasm prevailed llockiughmn (I'd ) Itcyistcr, Mr. Piatt is the member of tho Com uiitteo on Public Building and Grounds who has twice had in his hands a lavor ablo report lor a court house at this city, which in each instance he could not get the lloor to report. It is a source ot immeasurable grief to our neighbor of the Tribune that tho Re publicans ot the State will persist in bringing into the field no party candidates in opposition to their own for tho State offices, and will insist on voting for the 'est map, therefor that is brought out even by Independent Democratic Convention. We do not see why our neighbo...

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. — 31 July 1874

TCuj Ctata Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 81. 1874. T 1 DEATH OF CHAKUU THOMPSON. A Om4 Hu Omi. Tbe palatal taullhrence reaches at that Chan. Tboaipto of llihi county is dead. A It knows ha left bom about the 30th of May for a so Jooni at the famous Hot Springs or Arkansas in the bop of gaining from the tncdlcul virtues or thoM watara tba return of health, which had been fx some time codslderably Impared by paralysis. 84sce that time bis friends have bean In receipt of letters from blm In which wax ex pressed tba gratifying hope and prospector his ultimate recovery a hope In whloji all bla friend erraestly joined. So one waa prepared for the shock the new of bla death bring. The newa came by dla patch and reached hia brother, Mr. A. C. Thompson, Tuesday afternoon. His donth oc curred oa Sunday I sat. Hia physician telegraphed on Monday, but owing to the distance hi family live from the city tba dispatch did not reach them until yesterday, through the mail. On the receipt of the dispatch, Mr....

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. — 31 July 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY; JULY 18, U7Vf RATES OP ADVERTISING. One fimrc. one wk.. each additional week " throe month " iix iiKmthn " ono year. ae-fourth L'uiiiiuu, ilir'' SI 00 SO .0 00 ' 9 00 13 00 mon li 18 00 i t mourns " one year Oie-hnlf eoluinn, three nmniliH " nix month.' ' ' - ono yeur... One eolumn, W month " one vcar S3 00 :ti oo &1 mi 43 00 70 00 70 (10 135 00 ots, without regard to past party affilia tions or differences, can stand upon equal and honerable terms. They have doclar cd their motto to be "the State first and party second,1 and the cltfccn who can not, when be considers the deplorable eonui tion of our State,1 admire that high apd noble resolve, can have very little patriot ic sentiment in his heart. We predict that from tliis hour the cause of the people against the misrule, corruption and proflig acy of Bourbon Democracy will prevail and that the convention ot the second ol Sep tember will put a ticket iii the field upon the broad platform of "good' la...

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. — 31 July 1874

Th 'Dtate , Jotirnal. i,i i-i FRIDAY. JULY 31. 1874. ' Meeting' of the Republican State ' Central Committee. : '-I. 1 ..tr. .1 ..v .. . . Vl-.'U .T! '., " i .. No Action to be Taken in the Nom "" ' 'inatnn of a State Ticket . The Best Men Recommended fo Office. A meeting 6t tlio Republican State Cen tral Committee, was hold in court room No. 2 yesterday, aud the present political situation of the State was tally discussed. Thcre was'tt full attendance of tho'mcni. bers of1 the ' committee, anil, after a free interchange aof views, tho following reso lutions were adopted : 1 'THE RESOLUTIONS. Tlmt, in the opinion ot tho Republican Executive Committee of Missouri, tho present deplorable condition of affairs in this State is such as to merit the serious fitt.nntlnn rtf nil imnH I'ltlvnna ltM'ncnftlvrt ....... . .... J.W of party.' 1 That by, the wise,, prudent and patriotic action of the law-abiding, peace-loving and honest citizens of the State, opposed to misrule, incapacity and anar...

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. — 31 July 1874

T !- h hiv. Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 31, 1874. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce Frank M. Dixon at candidate fur Sheriff of Cole county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Con vention, or primary election. , LOCAL NEWS. The comet la accused of producing all the ex tra heat of the present- f James M. Jobo had a cow kilted by tlio curs of the Paciflo road lat Suuduv night. Shooting matches for a beef in a fuvorite ntnuHement in Tuscuuibia, The hot day are succeeded by night cool enough to bring thick bed blanket into requisi tion. FhllaMarapay i socaergctic now'-a-Jays that it require a good doal of influence even to get hanged. Manv farmer in the lower part of thin coun ty bare already voatmonced plowing, prcpara - lory to aowing their fall wheat. lion. E. Frank llytics, Representative from UoweH aounty. in a candidate for the State Sen ate, ia the 23d, itowull district. It's nonet down in Texan that they want to die, and they stag.: "Snoot me dead with a crow...

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. — 31 July 1874

The Otate Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 81, 1874. Important Supreme Court Decision Harrimpn tt at, respondent, ts. Stow, appellant- 1. When a suit U hroueht bra wife jointly With her husband, for Injuries sustained by I ho wife In consequence or the negligence or un skillfulneM of defendant, the wife In comm tent witness, she being the substantial party In Interest. ' t. The (lerlaratloti of iiersoii suffering from Injuries recently received as to the eimse of the Injur.- made to a physlelan called In to nee the lain red party, are admissible m a part of the res gestae, it appearing that the physician wu cautioned bv the court not to reveal any thing prohibited by the Statute. 8. While, by the maxim respondeat supe rior, the principal la alone responsible for the mere nonfeasance or omission of dutv of an agent, the agent Is also responsible for hit own misfeasance, negligence or positive wrong. Karnea and Ess for appellant, Johnson and Botsford for respondents. Wagner, Judge, delivered 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. — 31 July 1874

The State Jonnial. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1874. Unite your home bcmilirtil bring to It flowers; Plint them around you to bud and to bloom ; Let them give 1Kb to your lone llnlcst hours Let thrill hilnft light to enliven your gloom; If you cm do so, O make It an Kdcn Of beauty nnJ gladness! remember, 'tis wise; Twill teach vou to long fur Hint home yuu lire needing, .-' Thill Heaven, of beauty beyond tin' blue skies. Make hoaie a hive, whom nil beautiful feelings Cluster like Ives, anil their hcncy dew bring; Make it a temple of holy revealing. And love Itn bnght'ungcl with "shadowing wings" Then -shall It be. when afur on life' billow. Wherever your tempest-tossed children are Anns. They Will long for tin shade of the hoine-weej-Ing willow. And Minx the sweet song w liieli tlieir niotlr.-r hid nunc LOCAL NEWS. The Sedalia llazao of the 2:ld has n special dispatch from Rockville. Bates county, stating flint there were forir men and two women lump near l'apinfvillt. in that countv, on the 2...

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. — 7 August 1874

ISrviliiiiiie'.'' Join :r VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1874. NO. 33. J' i. BY BURCII. ' . . Iinu of KnbMTlptloa I .'"lngl copies, per yew 91 fiO :. Club of ten per year. 1 SS Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 ' INVARIABLY IN ADVAXCB. -Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts Jefferson City, Missouri. LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumber at a Superior Quality. Always on hand, and for Sale, at tlie Cheap- Hate. - . dcc.27.72-lv est C; W. LOHMAN, (Successor to V. II. Morlock.) JKKFEIWON CITV, MISSOURI. TIB attention of the paMio is called to his One .took of Dry U001U. Groceries. Hani ware and Notions. liooU and Shoes. Hnts and Cape, Ac. Highest market price paid for farm mrodnoo. . un.l-.7:tlv Zuber's Marble Works VICTOR ZT7SEE, MAXUFACTUKEIt OP Foreign & American MARBLE MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES AND TOMES North side 'ff High steect, Between Jefferson and Washington Sie IB10.73-1V. ' JEFFERSON CITV.KO FRED EOMMEL, mSN.ER IN Hooks fc Stationery, PERIODICALS, BL...

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. — 7 August 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, 1874, Mexico's engine-house will cost $1,272. A Methodist church to cost $3,000 la be ing erected in Keytesville. ', Louis F. Dining, judge ol tlio twenty sixth judicial circuit, w a candidate for re-election. , . . .. f . We very cheerfully give place to Mr. J. I ' ETERNAL IIAT1&TK8. L. Smith's card, published elsewhere. It Almost the exclusive stock In trtde is not our intention to do any ontfon In- ,i10 croW(i of DemoorAtio nolltlclnrk'who t.2a! mJA Li.. , hothAr real I . . . . .;..," jiwiuo, i nuvu u vwuii, . Rre now swinging Hie pnrty lasn'irtrn orJmagtned, our columns are openvto the erery gtump In the State; Is th "oath V agtieved. parly for its correction. V. We toynlty" of our State constitution-' before" think, however, that our friend, Mr. to ameudmcnt, as applied to public teaeh- Smith, Is mistaken in assuming that there erg prcachers and expounders of the law, is any reflection upon him in tho Sunday's partjcnlnrly n applied to ...

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. — 7 August 1874

Tio Ctta Jopr&al.' tMJiJN. Wgu&T V; 1874.' , PUBLJ3 6CHOOI, REPORT. A if, jKnmuox Citt, Mo., ) August i. 1874, ,( , To tk Board of Education of . tht City of Jtffrtof " GutTLUEN :-. I .have (he honor to sub linitniy report of that schools under your ?9. MM. ' iwwil. ."- 1 " urine the restr the foHowliT- Wiieliir ere employed,, , , v; .- i K.t TT PM1 Tea-hirs.' ": " V .. If- !.' 35 It '.- ':,.-n V- Sarnh B. Kerr......... $30 211 95 90 07 , 92 85 95 SyKate L. Southard i..rt '80 'so 60 ,00 50 91 80 ' 80 SJSattie Sr. Holmes 1. . '. 81 C Bailie B. Fisher, tno's 8' 79 8S i Eliza Reynolds, 8 mo's (Lon C. Boon,- lmo, 85 (Maggio E wing, 8 mo's! SO 80 100 25 120 oioua it. uarreison 63 81 E. A. ZuendtA. ...... 220 85 jAurclla McDeartnon J. E. F. LaraVlnt. JMary F. Barnes ..... SO erman Professor. 1 Asst. in High School half day for 2 1-2 mo's. Jauperinteuaanc. ' Colored School..., , ,, ;, Whole number enrolled;. . , Total of Males Females Total school age m eity whites. Colored .837 28...

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. — 7 August 1874

"TT .fa' i RATES OF ADVERTISING. UIM MIUtn.OM WWK.. 0100 SO 8 00 00 1100 18 00 V) 00 M 00 MOO 45 00 70 00 70 00 moo " acta additional week u tnwemonthi. ........ i nnrniuu a one year vne-tounn column, tnree raonins. " tlx monthi. " one year. ... une-naii column, inree moaina... " " nix month.. . " one year... . One column, tlx monthi " one Tear The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1874. Tho ahovel works ni Eastern, Mass., now rest two davs in the seven. Col. A. II. Holt, of Illinois, has been ap pointed chief clerk of the Internal Revenue office. ,; There nre reports Hint several oi the largest metal houses in New York will be Obliged to suspend, having failed to meet their indebtedness. A delegation , of prominent citizuns of Oswego and Columbus, Kas are in St. fjouis endeavoring to raise $100,000 to furnish Iron Jor , the ' unfinished road be tween Brownsville and Oswego, so as to connect with the' roads running to St. Louis. . , . t - ,.. In Michigan, with its wealth of iron and ...

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. — 7 August 1874

' TIio Ctaltd Journal. FRIDAY, AUGUST t. 1874. A DAKGKuove CouxTKKrwT. The secret service; wnru tbe pr. .die against ' counterfeit $5 notes on the Traders' Na . tlonal Bank or Chicago, III., which have , been discovered hy the officers acting un der hit direction The general appear anoe of the note Is such as to deceive, al though a close examination betrays many essential point of difference, us follows: "Under the letter C. In th vnnl "PM,... so," on the ! vce oi tho note, the lust simile line runs mio me top or the first letter In "Pay," which I directly nder It, while in the genuine a distinct spar intervenes. In the date of the vear,' 1865," under the right hand end or the words "five dol ; lars," in the body of the note, the nnmer ' als 6 and 6 come closely together. In the counterfeit there is a much wider space. i The panels in the border surrounding the V. face of the genuine note have numerous the mark are fewer and less distinct. On the reverse of the noto the most distin...

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. — 7 August 1874

'.'".'.' '.': v','". iv: . ; .... . 'J lho State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7. 1874. S ANXOlyVSMKXT. We are autliorlxed to announce Frank li,' Olxon as candidate fur Sheriff of Cole county. subject to tba decision or tue Democratic Unn- ; j ventton. or primary elelon Hi LGCAUNEWS. V . Kell In setting out rip grunox to bis custom ,).' Tbeiron trimmings efScovcm ft Wagner' . front look finely bronzed. Husch says Swift gota bin lee front JLowa be- ' ause Ita colder than Missouri Ice. twi. ' Alderman Fitzpatric doe not object to fixing t the foot of Broadway for a ferry landing. The Young Men's Social Club will enjoy . season of festivity at Turner Garden Saturday .,- night. " ' The walls of Cooper's United State Court- ! house block are literally covered with mason . and laborers. Travelers will take uotlcc ot the change in the Missouri Pacific Time Table, and govern them. 1 selves accordingly. The United States District Court for the West era District of MUouri,4ucoU iu tbi.-i4y am the f...

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. — 7 August 1874

' . . . -T I: ft t Tho Citato Journal. FRIDAY,' AUGUST 7. 1874.. New Kotos . i. Ad Illinois roan has boon prospecting . for kaolin In Butler, and appears to bo sat isfied that It can bo found iu paying quim- titles. ; i, f 1 1 James Wi.su was shot by Charles Kun . dergraber it: North Topekn, on Thursday evening nt.J died irom the effects of the wound at 12 :30 a. to. Friday. We understand from n gentleman from Ottawa, that a severe storm passed over that place Saturday morning. M. It. Cul bortson's grocery store and eight or ton houses were blown down. Mr. Wash Norton, tlio minstrel, was re cently thrown from a buggy ut Denver, Col., and injured to the extent of break ing his leg. It is thought the accident will prevent his dancing in future. A fire broke out at Muskegon, Mich., at an early hour Saturday morning, and destroyed nearly halt ot the city. The fire is in tho eastern part, and it is believ ed a number of mills have been destroyed. About ten squares have been tmrncd. The M...

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. — 7 August 1874

Tho Gtato Journal. FRIDAY. .AUGUST 7, 1874. - T T TiSrfiovirckMXsir. Wo are authorised la announce Frank M. Dixon a a candidate fur Sheriff of Cole county, subject to tbe decision of llifi Democratic Con vention, or prtmarv election. LOCAL NK W S. Sebastian Llndel, Marshal Cohagcn's deputy, has been removed and Jobn P. Italtliel has been appointed in hi stead. We mw two or three loving eouplen the other evening walling pationtlv for thceomet to come up. They dld'nt ace the eoniet eonic up, but they taw tbe moon go down. Tbe wheat hat-vent in thin section of country, this year, la quite a succcus, despite the efforts of tbe chinch bugs averaging Irom 23 to 30 bushels per acre. Ccdsir City Gazette. Mr. Pratt authorizes u to announce tlint the race published to take place on the Kith of Au gust, is off, and will not take place. unless n keg of sand i Imported from New Jersey. Sedalia , Democrat. Wo are Informed by Mr. Church, agent of the Mo. Paciliu railroad at this phtee of n change ...

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. — 14 August 1874

'it. VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1874. NO. 34. . . -.(! . r , , : r r- ' f -Tie Journal. g A- A '. PublUbtd Etht Friday V . N. C. BURCH. , . ' . Terms of Subscription I . Vlngl copied per jrem 91 M t Clubtoftenpcryoar... 185 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IX ADVAXCE. O. W. LOHUAN, (Successor to W. II. Morlock,) JEFFERSON CITY. MISSOL'KI. mBB attention of the pnbllo Is called to bl. JL Una stock of Dry Goods, Urooorlos. Hani - ware and Notions, lioota anil Shoes. lints unci Caps, Ao. Highest market price paid for farm prodnoe. 1an.W-.Tdlv V Busoh tfc Beckers. Chicago Lumber Yard, 'f Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts . Jefferson City, Missouri. Lumber of a Superior Quality. Always ou hand, and for Sale, at the Cheap est Rate's. . dee.27.7i-lv FRED ROMMEL, imAI.KIt IX Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild' Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. man ...

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. — 14 August 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1874. Atchison has now obtained the service of the hotter class jbf tb worlds', people PASTOR AND FLOCK. The New York Observer, a very clrcuiu loct religious newspaper, relntlvo to the intimacy that should uxist between a pas tor and his flock has, submitted some very sensible suggestions tof the Consideration Wholesale Arrest of Caftimutiistf . ESCAPE OF MARSHAL EAZACE. INTERESTING PARTICULARS 'i rvu TTto wvnniTU 1 k '7? Aggregate Abstract of Railroad Property Assessed and Appor tioned by the State Board of i EqXailcailon. ot a man capable of making a . directory of that place of a thriving character and- his name is Fleischer. The net debt of Boston, June 30, 1873, was $17,833,312.62. The net debt, June 30, 1874, was $28,471,331.47. Increase, $ 10.639,02 1.85 ' A great part of this in crease is due to the responsibilities nssuir.- ed oil account of the new wards formed by tho annexation of Chnrlcstown, West Roxbury and Brighton. , . The K. C. ...

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. — 14 August 1874

Z&b Ctato Journal. i ;i. FWDaV. AUGUST 14, 1874. i."''' fctSMOB Why. It Is always 'desirable Hint facta should ha lrtllluitii1tM ii'maAii - f1. 111.. t Arthur a Homo MnirazIiiM mrna tho r11nw. Ing questions and answers, which are per tinent to this season of the year: Why Is' fruit most wholesome when eat en bn ;in empty stomach ? ' Because It contains a large amount, of fixed air, which requires great power to to dlsenfcage and expc! it beloro it begins to digest. " Why 1s boiled or 'roasted fruit more wholesonlo than raw ? ' ' Because In the progress of boiling or roasting, frnit parts with its fixed air, and Is thus rendered easier dt digestion. Why are cherries recommended In ctwes of Murrey; putrid lever, similar diseases t ' On account of their cooling and antisep tic properties, and because they corrupt the condition of the blood and other fluids of the body when there. U uny tendency to putrosence; at ,the faint?': time, like all tresb , trulls, they jjohsbss a mild aper...

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. — 14 August 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 1874. . BATES OF ADVERTISING. uno Kqimre. one wn 1 00 AO 0 00 9 00 12 00 IK 00 3ft 00 M 00 &i oo 4ft oo TO 00 "0 on U6 00 " rich additional week " thro months... " Mix month " one year One-fourth column, three month " " ix moiitln. " " one jrear... One-half column, tlime month.. " " ix months.. " " one your.... One column, hIx month M one vear Seventy clerks nru busy counting nnd assorting notes sent lor redemption, and in a few days the bunks will receive re turns lr their remittances. The President has directed tho ' land of fice of the lately created western district of Kansns to be located ut Hays City, and that of the Arkansas valley district at Lamed. Michael Reese, of San Francisco, has cued the California Pacific Rallrond Com pany, Milton Latham and others, lor the recovery of seven million dollars, on ne count of alleged fraudulent transactions in the disposition to compromise bonds and stocks. A destructive fire visited Paolu, Kan....

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