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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 August 1874

JXho fltata Journal. .FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 187. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. Hon. John F. Philips He Wants A Reward for Political Services. Gov. Silna Woodson A Tirade of Blackguardism and Scandal. . Quite it crowd assembled at the Court house Saturday td . hear Col. John F. Philips present his claims to the Democ racy lor the congressional nomination in this district. His speech was very lengthy but bore little upon the matter in hand. Ho had a great deal to say about radical mismanagement, and but very little to say why he should be preferred to Col! Crib ttenden or Mr. Lay. The only point he made upon this head was that the time had come when he should be rewarded for his service to the Democracy, in the dark days ot disfranchisement. But we have neither space nor room to give a full synopsis of his speech. HeMid it, however, that in case ot his election hit would do all in his power to have our local wants supplied. He disclaimed any part in the feeling of opposition some felt to the . Ca...

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. — 14 August 1874

r ,'f v.- vl? The Gtato Jourci; FRIDAY. AUGU8T Ul 1874 ;' AXXO USVEM K T&j Wo are authorized lu amionjH-e Franks M, Dixon a a candidate fur Sheriff of Cole oounty. subject to the decision of Hie HemoernHe- Con vention, ul primary election, v ', ( V''V TOWNSHIP COXSTAHLK. Wo are authorized to announce Charles Co hatran a candidate for Township Constable of Jefferson Township. ;, , .1 , LOCAL NEWS. O golly It was hot yesterday." Democrat, including Gov. Woodson, an; pitching into Bacon Montgomery every time opportunity affords. Good, Hake is a Demo erst in good standing and running a Democratic paper. , . . ...: I . Mr. Joel Huffard ha iliiccd UN under obliga tions for a eopy of David B. Gould's Business Directory of 8t. Louis. It Is a complete work and ot Inestimable value. Mr. Huffard Ik clerk in Mr. Gould's establishment. May bin shadow never grow less. The "ringer's" don't srera to like it because a lot of the ohl rebel Soldiers refused to go Into Uteir ring on Saturday The' '...

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. — 14 August 1874

.- - i . -r-r-r--.-- Tho Gtato - J onrnal. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1874. STATE NEWS. Tho Gasconade bridge will be complet ed about the first ol October. Thlel-neck fs tho suggestive name or a precinct In Lafayette county. A bank with n capital oi $200,000 will shortly be established at Maysville. i Stock waier about Marshall has become alarmingly scarce. A portion f Montgomery county lias been afflicted by tho drought. .. From all accounts, we luarn there is a promising grape crop. Rain lug visited Cliutuu county at lust, and tho farmers, are singing jubilee. Farmers report the corn crop prospects ns dubious. Sedalia Democrat. Cora prospects in Maries county are not flattering. The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Com pany will build a round-house at Uoila in the lull. Tho railroads in. A mini in county pay $20,444 33 in taxes to the people of that county. Kansas City will be visited by no less than three circuses during the next thirty days. Trains nro running over the narrow gauge railway...

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. — 14 August 1874

I The : Qtate Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1674. AXXOVXCEMEXT. We are authorised to announce Frank M. TtWirn a candidate for Sheriff of Cole county. subject to tbe decision of the Democratic Con vention, or primary eirznon. LOCAL NEWS. Tho ticket llw masses wanted N. Griosbammer, Col. J. II. Hotline, F.Roor. Gen. James llarilinr. Levi Dixon. Tho Ring ticket before tilt: ivmvcnti'm met G. C. Berry, C. F. McCnrty, John Antweiller, J. E. Carter. Urias Gordon. TheRine nrosraiuinu carried out with Charles McCnrty "di-apiied" John Leap, a German citizen of Ciililorniu, Mo., wu sun-struck whila working in a stone quarry near that town, on Friday lust, and lie fore medical aid could bo procured, expired, He was member of the California bund. CurtU P. Anderson, formerly a resident of this city and now n citizen of California, Mo., is out In a card in the hist California Demncnx' announclnz himself a candidate for circuit clerk. Mr. Anderson is nn old printer and newspaper man, and should his ...

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. — 21 August 1874

7 -.1. J tW-.l. MH'l l -II" I ii-ijl .i : '.,.r ,il ... ,-iu ii ll 1 Jfiil ': HloU ,i. : III, i ll i ll I :t ! 1 .! ,1 ' . Ut;. , l'Jl.l lil .." J ; ; i, M J oiraiat . Ill al l Ml ' l :'. i I IHr I il V! : ! 1 i M i i I i ; I.I ....-, j -ill YPL.2. I i'I.i !(. i;l-v JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1874. IS O. 35. ie. btate TuUisW Ewry Friday '( lj-li!) . .I i !.-.! B ; . - i " ' N. C. BURCH. 1 ( ' .! ....... ' U' 1 ,: -i'1 . ( "i ' 1 1 ' ' ' '. I; r J . i ' Term of 8abcrtptloa l . lugl copies. peryeai..wi..... 9160 Club, of ten per year.... .v.. ..... 1 3 Clubs of twenty, per year.. i 1 DO ;" LXVARUBtY fct Ai)VAKCK. ' O. W. LQHHAN, .1 ' ' i I -i.l -'l it'll.!. I (SucoeMor to W. H.Moriock.) . i . , . I'-Milo.; : . . -' ' JEFFERSON Cm1 MISSOURI. THE attention of the public t called to hla One stock of Dry Goods,' Groceries. Hard war. and Notion.. Boot, and 8hoe.. HaU and Cap.. o. Uighest market prloe paid for farm produce. i iin.HK7.lv FRED ROMMEL, ' i . ' !! 1 (fl'j. , WCJXEH...

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. — 21 August 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 187 Gen. Minor is nround among th boys raining lor bis race. He trill mnke the Attorney-General d some tall trotting. - Why does not the Tribune give us nn Occasional bliszard about the salary grab ? Wit! not tho Inspectors' of "the "penitcntia trconJuntf ' 1 . .1 V'i . ' "A i It the Tribune is unable to find any one eise .Vhu.'.ctn' answer '-nr penitentiary Conundrum, we suggest that Dr. Shannon ie deployed ou it. A column and a half ill be sudlcient. ' - The Democratic State Convention is very thoroughly advertised around town. Wo recognize the two Cole county candi dates in all sorts ot impossible positions. riU-els up, heads up, any way to gut up. No betting allowed on the Colo county team entered for tho Democratic State Convention. Tho galloping horse has rather an awkward stride and may break the trotter. The Democracy defend Woodson's ad Ministration by saying that all the Repub lican States aro becoming just as bad, and Uic Democracy is...

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. — 21 August 1874

TLo ; C tate .'; Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST SI. 1874. A TRAGEDY AT HAMILTON. Husband and ; Father Seek Each Other's Life. A shocking shooflng affair took plr.ee at Hamilton, Caldwell county, lust Friday morning. Tlio parties to it were Albert G. Davis nd his son-in-law, James II. Brasilia, tmd was over sntno family trouble not satisfactorily explained. Drostus and his wile had separated, and Die latter was living with her lather with the two chil dren, the result ot her marriage with Bro sius, while tho former, Brosius, was living at the hotel. Until so mo six weeks ago Brosius had lived in the family of his fivther-iu-liiw, thong'i for soveral months, not as man and wire. When 15 rosins loft Mr. Davis's ho took the two children with him to his father's house. Mis wife gent for and obtained them, and they have re mained with her since that lime. Brosius continued to make charges against Mr. Davis, and repeated in public the insinuations ho had niade against his wife. The later was part...

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. — 21 August 1874

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1874, RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, one week. ..'.... ......... 91 00 " rach additional week BO throe months. 00 " six month 9 00 ' one year..... 13 00 Ino-fourth column, three months 18 00 " " six months SO 00 44 " one yew One-half column, three month " six months " one year. One column, six months...... " one vear 86 00 8A 00 4ft 00 70 00 70 00 123 00 Andrew county comes nobly up to the work the People's party have in hand. At recent meeting the utmost lmrmony pre vailed. Messrs. Ely, n Republican, and John Mi-Daniel, a Democrat, were chosen to represent the county in the Stato Con vention to be held In Jefferson City, Sep tember 2d, and instructed to uso their en deavors to secure a State ticket of the best men, irrespective oi post political nfflnl tics. The Democratic) Central Committee of Cuss county havo issued ft platform.' It consists of sixteen planks, and we take three of them to show how these modern 6olons dispose of the currenc...

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. — 21 August 1874

'r " - Tho State Journal. " FRIDAY, AUGGST'Sl1874v"; THE NEVADA SHOOTING. A Full Account ' of tho Affair. Nevada, Aug.. 12, 1874. Editor Sedalls Democrat: I amenable this morning to give you the particulars of the shooting of John Smalley and Bud Parsons. It seems that about one month ago, Geo. Smalley (brother of John) traded horses with a young man named . Wit. l'EHUV. Soon after the trade Perry went to the In dian Nation to help drive snino cattlo to Sedalia. Sru alley's horse (the one got from Perry) disappeared about the same time. The Suialleys thought that Perry had stolen the horse, and so stated in the neighborhood. In the meantime Perry's horse came back to Smalley?. Perry returned to the neighborhood a few days ago, and learning of the Recusa tion against him, went without stopping to the widow sniaiicy's bouse to CLE Alt THE MATTER VI', and to get his horse that had returned there. He saw Geo. Smalley, who admitted that infill reports hail been in circulation but ilnidd ...

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. — 21 August 1874

The Otato Journal. FRIDAY. AIXtfST 21 1U. ;j V AXSOU.VCElEXT$. ff Wo are authorized to anuoanoo Frank It. JMxon n a candidate for Sheriffs Cole oounty, subject to the decision of the Danwcrntlc Con eotlon. or primary clestion. ' ' v" TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE; v, v ' We arc authorized to niinoiiiicc Charles Co bapan as a candidate fur Townhli Constable of Jefferson Township. Wo urc authorized to announce Bucl Eaton us a timdidiitu for Township Countable t)t Jcffcr 1011 Towm-hlp. REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce John F. Fitz Patrick a an Independent candidate for Repre--ontativc of Cole county. COUNTY TREASURER. We arc authorized to announce Francis Roer Hi a camliilate for t OJiity Treasurer, subject to th'! decision of the Democratic primnry election. L G C A I, N E W S. Every person who' would vote at the coaling lull eleotion must register whether registered now or not. We call the attention of the voter of Colo county to the announcement of Fram-IRncr for emmty treasurer. ...

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. — 21 August 1874

y Tho Otate Journal. ' 1 FRIDAY. AUGUST 31, 1874. ,.. POLITICAL. Delegates to the State Democratic Convention., FROM PL ATTK. ' F. Q. Cockrlll. John Jack, jinu Wallace, James llardesty and Wm. Chcsnut. Delegation instructed Ibr Gen. Cockerel! for governor. ., , from Jackson. Southern District W. K. Beruarl, S. D. Wood O. M. Ilolloway. Eastern DlstricWohn T. Crisp, W. A. Noel, M.T.Hall. Northern District H. P. White, H. J. Lat shaw, James McDauicls. FROM PETTIS. Goo. G.Yost, Geo. W. Pembcrton, Samuel W. Shanks, George Anderson. FKUM MO.NITKAU. 3. II. Anderson, T. II. IIoward.Gco. Klcster. Delegation Instructed for Cockerel! for gover nor. FIIOM HUCHAMAN COUNTY. At Large Waller Young; alternate, M. M. Claggctt, St. Joseph City A. Beattie, Abe Furst, A. KlrkiHtrlck; alternates, James Craig, John C. Baldwin, Joseph Piner. Couuty John T. Connack, Alfred Fenton Asliton Garrett; alternates, J inner M. Wells, Jnmes N. Burnes and John M. Sbortrodge. The delegation, we understand, Is for Cock...

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. — 21 August 1874

V FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1874. LOCAL NEWS. II. Clay Taylor, according to the Warreutnn correspondence of the St. Louis Dtipalch, In a candidate for State Auditor on the Democratic ticket. Doc. Taylor, it turn out, was posxumlng lie Ing poisoned, lie took something that made him lick and feigned the rest In order to get out of the Jail to a place from which he might es cape. Doctor Hull, we learn, haa become wearied of working to suppress the publicity of an In dependent movement, and of warring against an boueat expression of the masse ugainst Democratic) rule, and begs for n true. Iltf - wants a rest. Let him not hate It. lie should not have it. Be has been doing good work to ward stirring op reform movement. , " David and George Davis were taken before 'Squire Thomas at 2 o'clock this evening and answered to three several charges of awault with intent to kill. The first assault, with in tent to kill Rollins and Wilson, the same against Dun-ell and Black, and against Walter Elliot. The...

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. — 28 August 1874

ft itMt ill f'rt;(i i1 itrs fu-m r!w .Mr; ll flN-!!,!?! in mm M44ifM Inn rim nj Imp ' ,ia4tiilin il'il! i nr. tlno of Mltna t.rfw .ltMlt(Vt. J Lidifmun Ml .p-iiiinio flHJOV tsl ATI-fill I L tejll ,,,:', ' i ' t il JiiMieiiii 'm.i. ivJ !vf)-J ' KM'fil 'iit -tiir,t ( U. iu.iIT . l full f. i-r I rti-itkiitl ul lHt'inj cit ; ,Jimt Uiw ! Ja iuhm) ; i. l.fmlr.: hii'i-ir 'If to finiTr i riihiii (,'j'ni "fiii,--fi" oVI MB snilnid I fan Jito tun iinnln'J Mf ii m i i . , i. i ii roii::r';;::,::',' :r;r; Jefferson inn , 36. " J .tl.TSl III .Jill II 'II, T ,-. ii. ii If o 'n IKJ' i CmV W J I II Lll am m. -"-"" . TTi ;r7i:wirntio rT7 IlllfTTm J Warn tin. i' i'i "ul. ' i n i'i 'i 'j ft . ft. i mi - '1 lllll IIIiki tlllj II I "St I- 7';, ST . I-i t(; il J - 'I'-tll, felll i.WHlT II. .'HI J i.J I It Illl l "I'lUJliffi l-nr J rii i I'Vl'-TS ww IWma at RnhurloUaa : I vi vnvau ipwM ..iiivi-i .nit hiasinl ii rt'lil i'i--h'"'iii ii.; ... Kfsrv-'IT .i n ' "'"'jniJoji C.' jiissotmr. " '! ': !' '''i" ! Ill...

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. — 28 August 1874

Tho Ctato Jo orxiaia FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. No "lop-eared" need apply was tte lan guage of the Democracy in their ticket making yestefJaT " ( V -( ) f ' the mends ot tien. Cockrcll, who pre dicted bit triumpnauTHbmlnatidn, have" the .fahsoUOohef Jcndwlng 4bat: II a only one-sixth of la VoW that bent him. terday jndoned the men of their party now in' wrBee. My their rote. howevK they sent then to Tunket." ' .' The1 popularity of yesterday's ' ticket with the St Louis Germans will be of im mense comfort to the Democratic party Vest will hav$ another chance; to meas ure lances1 with General Cockrell f next winter, when he will, enter the lists against hiiu for United States Senatorial honors. They have put a man on their ticket ior Treasurer wUU an empty sleeve. McC'ow- tui friend lad neither an empty sleeve 'nor an empty pocket. This helped him to de feat, i 'M i' ' The administration of the affairs of the State under Woodson, ' got another 'left hander" from the conrention last night ly ...

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. — 28 August 1874

MAIL, HKtsbUlittlSFMAMIt. istT 1 OfrvWsst"Caa1rttT3srf. Wmnroron. D. C A nan at IS. 1874. fiosofthlse 1. U7i. fM W. ni I at a- na IS1A.I Sm ! ta Btatee (rosa fcevemoer 1, 16,4. to June as, tha Ctae of M. Lonla, bet wae tbe Post Ol M. lxaatoioi - aa. Brood stations In St. Bide for theervioe moat bo accompanied by a toad aa aJrad Jjr 84M. MS of an act ap prove a 1K74. (see page a.) In the eons of tWtpt fA W eer"aad eboak or draft nay. ableto&MbJ' at toe PoabMUtot GeneraLon soane saevsal netlssaal bank, of asst lees than are per eentusa of (ho bond, via i neon. ... mcsocxan iimviae. . y..:::: HOUTK KO.S8US. From tho Poot Office In Saint Loaia to the Depot of tho Onto Mteeteelppl It. B.. In Kaat Saint boats. and bank,M radar thsree a assak. Froaa Uaa post otnee in Safnc Loots to the depot of tJwCBloaflO. Alton Saint Lonla Railroad, and Jacksonville Breach, In Baat 8a, tat Lonla, and baok, SSI rods ; ja tltnea a week. From tha post offiee In Saint Louie to the depot of tha Mint Lonla...

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. — 28 August 1874

" ' ' nv .'5 I.J b.U I ... .... . , j'i-,i. .L -"'FRWAT'-'AUGUST 8. Jrtf74V i- KATES OP ATJTERTISING. ' Mil ur rri I ri m i rritiiir mii i if in i m .i i i i inr One wiunre, one Weolc 91 00 f. ,.i eoliddltk)al week...,..; i M .. m.i t i thwanallni in, hi i .! ii fl 04 . I.-, 1. 1 onear.u...i.ki.,...i,i.'l 09 OtiMoorth donaiavhrM nJooUinu....,-i 14 " " nix months Si i Mi j ,, one yer.. 30 00 Ouc-Wr column, ture iuuDthti,t,.,.,f , W 00 . Vl I V.-one yeas.,.. ....,( ,1? W uue ctt4aiu, ml mourn.. . vv.w"' " u , ,i i vwir. . . luontlu.,,rHfCPiA,iT2 52 IViYY Tho Tribune remarks about thunder yesterday 'amells .'oi, treachery.51 It 'an Dcraooratio candidate from Cole county js a fustvlti, let him beware1 of his friends; i 1 ui i Whnt has become of Mark TwainU- thor of 1 "The' Innocents 'abroad" f i lie ousrht to 1)0 here and write up -our three innocents at home.ii-!ii. 5u n.f .if .i The frfrune says it has heard lio tjinn der of the onon nir kind. r. Well, if i Uia Tortoise gcte frightene...

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. — 28 August 1874

Tho Otat'idumol. I , I !ui:H.JI lin.&lptloK n l(flr.d !?! t'.)ii'ii!).trtn!t'iiiil,l i"' .n-i'I ! .ikhoi).I .If. mli.. if I i ,!,m,, "l! i '.H-')iin ,.i i M M m m A' ... . m M . . . One of the most interesting will cases, ays the MUwerAee, .JFiwcoiwin, that ever was, brought before a probate courti'W- heard y aadjfrf Guppe'tiT Portage City,.TbuBsllav iltetvoolMMrttng the contested will of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenn ings, a Cathollo laqy of that cltr, ot large means! " She devised W prmferty rJrlticli 1 pally to ".' Jtsell KeeW W'-CfittrAlh .pri8tflUrwMikee4is rdtaUhBrutum-'for ula',servic as in say ing mnue for her soul alter her, il'Hth. The remainder (esti mated a $W,000) the Imiy' devlsei! to "destitute deserving orphains.'',,',, MrsT Jonninrs mother eta tested tlw will pi the ground that ,f, thqi4orUun , rogm ding payment for, . roass-sayiqg was Told,- bu cause fcontraHr to bublio' policy, and the poet referring to 'destitute toesertmj -of ' phans"! whs vbiuY beHaosfo8 Ita -uricon-...

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. — 28 August 1874

Tho Ciato Journal FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. ltffiffiS In onr remark upon tk situation yn terday we tMlmated that inflamoei weif at work by which the opposition to Ctoner. M Cockrell were beinr moulded, cook. Mned mud concentrated ufidur one bad h the interest of Mr. Hardin. Wnsnldtirtf "moveatent seenaed have its risVamong the friewds of Cohnan on the om "hand, and ot Hardin on tiro other, with a candi date tor Treasurer, as the pivot of coaif reraise." The . - reault proves our InforsaatwM to have been correct. The oemblnation was successful carried out in the nomination for Govern or at leant. 'Ami far did the overture of Vest, LaDne 1, to Hutchim and the St. Lorns Deletion meet with a gilded tri umph and nothing but golden promises. But farther than that we are doubtful if fiuooes attended the combination. Heard was beattea for Secretary of State, Salmon tor Treasurer, was slaughtered and thas did Vest behold the dissipation of his von tores, " lillrc-tfeipt that tailed for Runny Isle, 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. — 28 August 1874

V , THE tt)!f VeSTIITJ. . 'CiFrm eeeid ' ' that the; rutobathat no nomination shall be made whlio ballot ia in progreuor before iu result U announced. Thli wu JMliptssV Mttke question gar e n splendid, opportunity to thoM who doslrod It Jo go for Woodson'! admlnlstra tion.' Many were the abarpe cqU U re ceived, 7BjaJteaaa' Wery'preeentloB should be 'need : elm coerce tloa fiora-.sueh Wander. M that which befel the one of two year ago, and whioh.ro suited In th elevation of Woodson to the fcoverdoWebaJra liobliaW Cnsp took occasion at the same time to read the convention a lecture nlout pro cetilbjcfNM touratlou with the in lfanl;rn1cH they no doubt will 'nppreJ elate. ' '.' XX-CIOVUNOR W. P. HAU. I t was then conducted td the chair. ' The se lection of this gentleman for hia position was a happy thought. ( It is prooaoiy me only respectable thing they will do. It was absolutely necessary to give the con vention tone and character., Y " " . ;f On taking the chair the Govornor made n ...

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. — 28 August 1874

Tho CW SSShuO. aba. .i(i-lrKl ttjK torn! ia-TttC .Jutd HT r. vrf .'.itvurimrjrt'jrKjpjf r -v ne are autiionxeu 10 announce mn . ?f trmirr$vt : i rtn err eat ! m m i h ; (U V ilVUUi Wit f Uii Avir Q' .WiiISUm tfofuniidb fw4ndg .hlll'ol d lid tf It nil t(I M Kit The democratic judicial convention mot T.I' 1 tin k ' - ,Ttl.l- l 'Vl! Cl-t (Mil Itt'okhrttlbn 'proJel' ' nominate " "i POUND DBAD; f iiiii.r ".t-V r The l; Missing i ! i i, xii-v'tvrn !!! wi ! t ji.ttiiw vd elftimf) c.l Ik""!! -jf! r 1 TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE. , Dixon m a candidate fur Sheriff of Cole oouatr subject to U decision of the Democmtlo Con vention, wprliaarT f ten Ion... , ., iij .,,;r T-,:!f. U )vn hi t Wi are authnrlziHl to announce Charles Co- hagan an a vandiilale for TowiiMbip Constuble of jiroronown,..U,. f n . -( ,() , Waara authorized to unnnur.es as a candidate for Township Constable oi Jeffer- en Township. - I ''' . I (!( ! ' .. il-llit I'll) ... - , .r XtEPUESPSTATIVE. . fff are authorized to announce John V....

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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