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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 4 September 1874

.aaoiTovi .JITMl) K .nf hijlil ! Iir'il-ii i. w ifi i'n i; !ii n . .kwolKI im ,..-iA i-eil mil in mi i . vwutn tuli jjniiitw:' n Tsjfj II iv"iihI tw 7iin. .id W .il f ,t HAHU.IWi .Y-.!!JH ti'ol .(! Mb III in IIj .11 Ii)n 1 1 -f.' 1 1 l-.r,Vil 1lllrJI Trll.Wv-ll 7 Jot w MK.it Wihw ttu''r fi .mat i-aI j vwi h',,H ktfl V't.K w'-t Itui .li t ""'- ". . lit 'MO., FRIDAY SEMEMBER 4; 1674. NO. 37. r j i iV.ir - yjw r ii 111 l-TVVJI f, II rv.,i..,.iu h it ii i ll IV. 7 11 Al A 17 U BY - .y i iill III N. C. BURCH. TasaaS tC,;llrtHUHl.-.-'ll inftl copies, per yeai.. ..,,.1..v $1 H Club of twenty, per year M Wi.-n'. n n-.r-'l- V-r in 'iw .'III 'li'l 1 liMlt t ,lliliillil I i " ''"(SneWii t W.ir.Mrtoek.)'i'.ir.', . 1. Mi- I.' 'I" ir. , "r 4" f ....Will... I. ,l..;'l v... .Mil!,,! . l i-.i jErricjwox erne. mussoCrl. ., CSre utd JCotloni, Boot, and 8hok Hale Caps, me. Highest market price paMlwr larm proanm I ! 1 ' ' ' ' FRED ROMMEL, DKALKB IN AiunuliWL I' f'iM Books a Stationery "DERI0DICAL8, BI ...

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. — 4 September 1874

The Gtato Jo urrl. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. IKDEPEKDENT PEOPLE'STICX Bala Pasmll In Bat. -j ( ) V' For Governor ' WILLIAM GENTRY, of Pettis. .8. W. HKADLEK. of Rnw. ,.'.. .. .-,'"' ' a :i - i For Socratary of State -i ..... . j W..R. LEFLKT, of Marion. For State Auditor -, T. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN H.FI8SE('or8t. fnv AttsktmAW flat fistful ' ,!t if. -I! IxU1s. MM' M.I . DAN'L S. TWITCHELL. of Jackiion ' ' I ForRegister ol Lands r :,';' 'Y' C. T. QUISENlJERRY, ol Audrain! ' For Supt. Public Schools . JOHN MOXTKITH, oi Iron. : h,.' I'M "., It , Vm -T ii (1 era Qnnroma f!mif Pull tnrnO . W. J.HQWELT. or Monroe, . For Judge Supreme Court, (short term) . . LOUIS HOUCK. of Capo Girardeau. The farming Gentry of the "country" propose to have a hand in the coming canvass. ' -" ' '' lhe James and lounger boys arc prompt "in their ratification of ' Hardin's nomination. t ' It the Tribune should succeed in elect ing Col. Kirhy governor, he will need a State appraiser. ,;f Mal...

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. — 4 September 1874

MAIL MESSENGER SERVICE, . L i. 1 M Tf r dSMHSBSggBtoaai no at hu Mparcmeai anm s p. ra. or October S. M74, (to fee decided on or before October . 1874.) IHtl Hreyln Me mill off tft 1'nlted State from Nor ember 1. 174. to Jane M. 117. In the City of 8t, I-ool. between Mm Pout Offloe In e lor tola anrvloe rnnst be aooomptuilon by a required by 8e. tiS of an act ap proved June. liM,faoapfism ,lnjbe aura of eiMae; sail by a certified check or draft, pay able to the order ol the Postmaster General, on scaaMssMvaajudiohalbantnafabt leaa than Are per eentnm of the bond, via : aiuo. , . , MESSENGER SERVICE. ' ' otTkW WtS ' y IMI I.Ti f i From the Poat Office In HaW Lonla fovhe t4k of Um Ohio ft MlMlulppI U. R.. In East Saint Inila. amlback. bULroclu laUmea week. l!fienMp?Sjr!nMl& and Jacksonville lintnoh. In East faint Louis, F&nf &eo')ia,S!obj0 fcfln of Ibo Saint Louis. Taniinfla Vafcrrre' tfabte all road, in Kant Hnlnt Loula, and back. SK7 rods: W tlmee a week. i' j, . i From ...

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. — 4 September 1874

Tho Qtaiei Journal FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER iffc KATES OF ADVERTISING. ' ' ' I l t 'I I .1.1 HI 1 I , . i 1 ' -i - - ! -. j , I One iuan, one week 91 00 ewh additional week AO ' ' :" threemonths.t.....b.... 8 W ; .i ,,' (X month.. .........wi.k 'SO " - one year. IS 00 ie-fourth cohimn, three months. .... IS 00 " .!.! nix month. ...... SIV00 " " one year 88 00 One-half column, three month 8S 00 " ,. " six months MOO " . 'v i. one year........... 70 00 One column, six month . 70 60 k OMVear lit 00 Iianlin's noniinatlon Is Hutching' work, !w cluiius. i And lie proves it too. Thcro wore too many promised the same thing in the bargain nnd mile ot Col umn's delegates to Hardin. Salmon and Morccr both could not have the Treasury, my more thun Heard and JlcGrath could .tave thu Secretary's office. Vest lost Heard, hut ho made up Tor this loss by seeing Mercer go in. LnDuo lost Salmon nnd was lctt with nothing as a consola- -IOII. ' Che Sedalia Democrat came to hand Saturday In the form of a first ...

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. — 4 September 1874

A it MI 'Ai)'l .iilT . FRflUT SEPTEMBER 4,.1W4J I ) , ZIQT7TZ3 THE NEW ELDORADO. How to resell (he Gold Fields nod " Urftclnr Region In tho Blck ' 1 ii i Hula Country. :i .' -( (. 'K '. ' . ihrV (Im filonx City Journal. ' ''' ' 'The retfon know a the Black Hill l situated in Western Dakota; 'with their western alope etrntchin Into WTomlnjf Territory their nuthern extremity extend ing within fi'ty miles or the northwest er ne!1 of Ncfr.ski. and their northern limits touching1 on Montana Terrltort. " While withiri the Black Hills proper there is rt vast extent ot Tery rich grazing anil asri cultural lands, abundance of timber and of water, to approach them from tinywhere in the eastern States the traveler must pass through a strip ot country varying In width,, anil generally destitute of water and vegetation. Taking Harney's Peak, near which the richest gold discoveries Were Mtnde by Custer's miners, as our ob jective point, and measuring the distance as shown by the Government maps, ...

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. — 4 September 1874

Thofltate Journals ANNOUXVEMl We are. authorized to am Dixon an a randklat for 81nr 1 1 tince rnink T rrooM- ftouav ; subject to the decision of tho vcniion, or priuiarv election. .mocniiic uv 3T V .) ' tOWN8HIP CbXSTAlHkV4'L,, ... " . . ... .4 . w e arev umoriHi lo announce Clan Co- na?-an a asiiiiulilate Tor Township Con Jefferson TWuslilp. We are authorized to aiiniuutcit lln.1 Luul Tt TOHftHSN bya,elBr,y dollars.but We nre authorized to announce .Tolin W. erugir an a candidate for Town-hip Constable orjeflerson Tuwnshlp, subject to tlio action of Ibe Democratic primary election. We are nuihnrta W announce Churls H. Kirk an an Indepcmtunt candidate for Town "nl) Countable of Jefferson Township. KEPBESESTATIVK. We are authorized to announce John F. Fltz putrkk as an Independent caudidate Tor Rcprc tentative of ;ole eountv. , COU3TTY TREASUHEK. We ar authorised to mwnnee Francr Roer a a cundidate for County Treasurer, subject to the dwUioavf tlio Demoeratlc nriuinrr elecUofi "vfeif...

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. — 4 September 1874

V FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1874. li i. 'I i , Grand Accombly I ' , It (Mil. I- the ' Wealth 1 pfcoDuclNGr MASSES IN COUNCIL. ' - - i v .) '-., (-.... ii.lA.. I !.'fl rl.J , 1 I , I , ' -if-lllli 1 .,. WEDNESDAY. T;RCT DAY.1 ( )' ("j'. The day dawned bright and auspicious ly. A cool breeze . was " stirring and brought an axhilerating refreshment upon its wings to the people who hud asaenv bled Iron all, parts of the State to ,id the people's work la placing a movement on foot that shall result in good and glory to the State. Tho crowd was not large, I t TIE ' tllnlMr), ft rpnmmnliillvii nt Man mrt nf O" " l - 7 I " " " the 1 8tt cwaf present. rThOro was , IT inarKcu ausence 01 oince-seexers ann Tin if manipulators with their "free bars" and bumming associates. The difference ill the attendance ou this convention and that of last week was just the absence of that element. . At the hour appointod for the calling of V the convention, the Representatives Hall was1 comfortably filled.;' .Tho ...

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. — 4 September 1874

Tho Ctato Journal. FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 4. 187. LOCAL NEWS. i , . . .: Charlie Ilnrdin haifnt eaten his dinner, alter his nomination for governor, before he was boned for an oflicn. The honor of nominating Hardin Is llMuteO. Hutchclalms it was 111 vote Hint did it. But, there ou some one else there besides Hutch. Wu tbero not clerk or two down stair who wuli to be retained that wm successful in bringing in thnt one-sixth of ft vote? We bet. ' There will lie a grand picnic of the colored citizens of thiH county on next Saturday at Ilia Turner Garden. There will lie several promi nent speakers present, All the delicacies of the season will be served. Admission 10 cent. Tickets good for day and night. , ,, We understand thnt Ed. Lnvnkin is ronk- in jf his canvass for the nomination for lliu Legislature on Ins opixisition to the conn ty court. We have a curiosity to know what point' he is making a'gainrt the county court that can help him in his race lor a seat in the Legislature. .... A Y...

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. — 11 September 1874

-! f! V S, . r ,- , . ,tt .fik . ... 'II . . . .... :t jig r., msm m:wmmm .1.) VOL. 2. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAYi SEPTEMBER 11, 1874. - NO. :js , PuMiaiod ETory Friday X. C. IJUIICII. Term of Subscription : ' ingl copies. per yea $1 60 Clubs of tcu per Tear 1 26 Clubs of twenty, per year.. ....... ...... 1 00 . IXVAltlABI.Y IX ADVAXCK. C. W. LOHMAN, (Successor to W. II'. Morlock.) JEFFKItSOX CITV. MISSOURI. THH attention of tho public lg culled to bis Alio stock of Dry Goods, Uroeeries, Hard ware nnd Notions. Hoots ami Shoes. Huts anil Caps. Ac. Highest market prlco paid for farm produce. iin.l0-,7:ilv S W. COX'S Fire Insurance Agency Jefferson City, Missouri. Insurnnco Coinpnnv of N. America, Pennsyl vania, rash capital $3,5on,MM. Imperial Firo Insurance Compnnv of London, England, eash capital, gold, $10,000,000. Genua nia Firo Insurance Company of New York, cash capital ?4.(KH),000. American Central Fire Insurance Company of St. Louis, cash capital assets, 1,500.000. Saint Jose...

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. — 11 September 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1874. Tlte St. Louis Globe la unhappy. Mack, of the Globe, talks about bulls and coventious as though ho was mad. That's pretty good, an assistant nourbon trying to read Van Horn out of the Re publican party. The old cry ot "stick to tho party" fulls of its potency in these times ol political Independence and regeneration. A lellow corresponding with tho St. Louis Dispatch, trom Johnson county, uses the very appropriate cognomen of neab. The Andrew county Republican, after giving a brief history of the rise of the Peoples' party in Missouri, comes out in dorsing it in vigorous article. And now who shall have Mr. Hardin's place In the Statu Semite, is the question. Shall it be Speaker Mclllhnncy ol Mexico, or Lawyer Boulware of Fulton ? They are both aspirants. Ono of Major Lay's men the delegate from Hickory, Joe Selvage refused to at tend the convention. He says ho belongs to the People's party and don't want any more Bourbon in his'n. Anoth...

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. — 11 September 1874

V - The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1874. Grand Jury 8 worn J nil Charge. Monday. Sent. 7. Court met at 10 o'clock with a fair attendance of the member of the bar. Prominent among theso we noticed John It. Simply, of St. Louis; X. H. Dale, of Neosho; F. M. Black, of Kansas City and W. B. Adam, of Pleasant Hill. Uflicera of the Court present : Hon. A. Kre kel, Judge ; Jim. 8. BoUford, District Attorney ; Geo. Smith, Marshal, by Henry N Itchy, Deputy ; Alfred S. Krekel, Clerk. The following were appointed bailiff : A. 1. Cooper, Geo. W. Urbcn, John P. Knlthcl, Cha. L. Wells and Sam'l O. Tenny. J. H. Meador was appointed crier. The following answered to their name u grand Juror : Jured E. Smith, Greene county. W. H. Overstrect, Lawrence count v. Vincent Wilson, Andrew county. V. Harrington, Barton county. J. M. Rollins, Pulaski county. I. ft. Davidson, Hickory county. I. W. Bally, Jackson county. O. W. Jones, Macon eounty. A. W. Bull, Buchanan county. J. T. Quirk. Kay county. ...

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. — 11 September 1874

The State Journal. wJLX J.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1874. HATES OF ADVERTISING Ono Hjiiuri". ono work..... ' $1 00 no o uo I) oo 12 oo 18 00 25 00 M 00 x no 45 oo 70 00 70 00 125 00 cnch additional w crk. three months ' six months. " ono year. tine-fourth column, three montliN. .. " , . six months.... " '' " onn year Onc-hulf column, three months " " six month " ' one year. ...... One column, six month.' " 1 one venr INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S TICKET Sal u PopiiH So prelim lex lto. For Governor WILLI AM ('.ENTRY, of Pettis. For Lieutenant-Governor r S. W. HEADLKE. of Grwno. For Secretary of State V. R. LEFLET, of Marion. For Slate Auditor .1. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN II. FISSE, ofSt. Louis. For Attorney General DAN'L S. TWITCIIELL. or Jackson. For Register ol Lands C.T. (jl'ISKNBEUKY, ol Audrain. For Supt. Public Schools JOHN MOXTEITII, of Iron. "or Judge Supreme Court,- (full term) W. J. HOWELL, of Monroe, For Judge Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS HOI CK, of Cape Gir...

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. — 11 September 1874

i. - 9, v. ... V- The State Journal. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 1874 Invalids Visiting California. From the GreolT f ribunc ' '" ' ' Tlio people of Groelev, and 'other places in Colorado, nro ilestiniod lor n long lime, find perhaps always, to be impressively j).nnod with the sight of Invalids coming hither too late ; and especially of snvh in valids ns are poor und want employment, that they may' live while tlmy .Oo live. They nre coming' now, having faint hopes that they may be cured ; but even inexper ienced pers i goes that death has marked . them for his own, ami it cannot bo long h'.'lore they will pass away. Sol fre quently do such come who nre under the ster.i necessity of finding employment, that they may earn their bread; and, as they need exercise in the open a!r, or at least expomire to tlio air, they get the idea thill somehow they might bo cm ploved on cattle ranches. As some have u similar idea who are not invalids, and as some young men think It would bo a good idea to ru...

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. — 11 September 1874

1 The State Journal. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1874. ANyouwsMnyTS. We lire authorized to announce Frank If. Dixon m candidate fur Sheriff of Cole county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Con vention, or iirimurv election. . -. TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE. We are. authorl.cd to announce Churlca Co hatran a candidate fur Township Countable of Jefferson Tywnship. We are authorized to iinnniiMce lttiol Eaton a candidate for Township Constable ot Jcncr on Township. , We are authorized to announce .lolin W. Scruggs an a candldntc for Township Con-table of Jefferson Township, subject to the action of the Democratic priuiiiry election. We are authorized to announce Charles II. Kirk a an Indcpcndant candidate for Town ship Constable of Jefferson Township. REPRESENTATIVE. We arc authorized to announce John F. Fitz Patrick as an Indcpemlent candidate for Repre sentative or i;nie county. C0K3RESSI0NAL CONVENTION. x : Three IXnle , Pens ! STRATEGIC MOVEMENTS. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK LAST NIGHT THERE WAS N...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 11 September 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1874. Ah Intelligent Mare. On the liar rodsburg road four miles from Lexington, lires Mr. Funkuauser. Last Tuesday night, as Mr. F. was enjoying the pro found sleep which follows an honost man's hard day's work, he was nwakenod by the repealed neighing tor his saddle nag. Af ter waiting some time for the mure to cease, he became impatient, and, bouncing out of bed, drove her off. lie thought it rathor Strang, too, that she should come to the house and leave her colt in the woods, whore she hnd been running some weeks, lie thought it still more remark able that his man, usually very careful, should have lull the gate open, so that the - mare could come from tliu woods to the house. While he was turning these things over in his mind, in that half unconscious state preceding sleep, he . was again aroused by the mare. She neighed loud and shrill, and at last put her head to his window. Her persistency finally suggested that something might be wro...

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. — 11 September 1874

MAIL ME8SHNUI2H SERVICE, ' .In the CII.t f Ht.1jiiiiit. ;Mliicmll IIP M N'r.M1IF.U 1. Vtf. o .It'Vfc 31. IMT7. PosT Oi rll'B nKI'.MITMKXT. WASIIlMiTliN. I) C. August II. 1H7I. Proposals will Ik' BfrWwl nt the Continiit of fice ol this department mil II s p. nt. of October i, 1x74. (to lie decided oil or liel'iiro October ft. s74.) fr conveying tlio iiiiiIIh of the I'liltcd Mate from Sovi-iulx-r 1. 174, to Juno MK ls;j.u tliu City of St. Louis, between the I'ont Ofllee In St. l.ouls mid the railroad stations In M. l.ouls mill Kasl ft. Louis. lllils for this service must lip nocninpnnlcd liy a Imiiil its required bv im-c ISM of nil act ap proved June . IH74. (mop pnge S.) In the sum of livOOns and by a certified chuck or ilrnll. pay Hlilu to tlm order ol the Postmaster General, on iim solvent national bunk, of not less tliiin live per centum of the lioml. vis: MKSSKXliKU SKHVICT. 1II1I TK Ml. I'min tin1 Post Office In Suint Louis to tlm Depot of tho Ohio ft Mississippi It It . In Kant...

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. — 18 September 1874

'"' iuua .t I..; nwvlnsw! ?im.i7I -Mi JY I .1 M t'f.A. i r.U.I I "OUil .1 III o.jl; '. '.. iHiiJiiOVfloD ' V S'iT.0; Oi' l U . ,., ,:.'.,.f !.. , i,,...' rr.l JltnNmGftVf oU-X If1"! f V ' 1.?tV.,SM...-:V: y ;i !?i j- '!'( ix .v.'!i;! II I! . I i-B .l! JiM Jl! ' !1 .-.'IV"( 1 ; ) f J Jil , .i'O . . -MA .'I i., I, ' . . fl Inn w:i:il 1 imI I ..h-'.MI I . VOL. 2.;,.; -:-;;;r;:pFERSON ;CTCY,, Ti:,:.tfl'"'i'ri.ir?:l!il '., , SEPTEMBER 18, 1874. NO. 39 AVlt -ft.' JLWJLAAA 4 . , . . . ; . . . J . V t .. . I I .... . ,!.!,;., ..... . - 1 N.'C.1 BURCH. i VtJtliij ,-. j . .'!( ' Tirnr HabMrtiitlaali i "; I' lng1 colen. if yem.'...""'"" fl Clubs Of ten per year. 4. 1 S6 Clubiof twenty, per year.. ,. ; 100 ,. ., uWVAIUABLy IS ADVAXCK. ., v;( , r C. W. XOttTTAK, (Snceonsoi WH. Morlock.) ' JKKFKRSok CITY. MISSOURI. rtlHR tCentton or Hid polilio ! callod tp hU JL n Mock of lry UooUs. OrooeliM, Hnl wore and Kotlona. ifooM and 8hoe. HaUand CaM.Zo. Htttbe market prtco paid for farm produce, , .,,.,.,...

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. — 18 September 1874

I The State Jo Who told the lot on whlcf bSoiJftol Louse stands ? Inquire of P. T. Miller. T he' editor pt the Tribune i.-i letter nt appraising "school lots, when ho wants to rurchase. than State property, when the l r m m .State want sell. '..,'( " . $4,000 will not be paid for a l!l,WX lot. until the good old times return. V. T- Miller must first be elected a member of I :,h school loard. Who rents n 12,000 school house lor j 100. which is $100 more than It rented ! r last year, when the Tribune bad aj Member of the school board ? The Trl- l.ino. Hah I Tho Tribune proposes to quit talking out Penitentiary matters until next win ter. A proposition of this kind was not t;:iexpccted, and will be accepted, provid ed, etc. Thin. We fear the ex-presidents of the school loard around the Tribune office, estimates ;o honor loo highly. It is not considered o mal to the presidency of tho United States, by the outside world. How are the people to get along without -.o customary gyrations 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. — 18 September 1874

Th State Journal J FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER tf&it LEGAL HOTLCtZi !n Bankruptcy. ASSIGNUft NOTION OV HIS AfPOIYTllKirT. ' Western bMrtet of Missouri-?; , . THE undersigned hereby give noMea of bla appointment m assignee of Wllthwn H. Bass, of the county of Boone, and Stale of Ml souri, within said District, who hat been adjudged a bankrupt upoa biseradltorV petilioa bv the United States .District Court lor jald District. ' ' II. B. HAMILTON, Assignee. Jefferson Cltv, Mo.. Sept. 1. 1874. wSUllt Trustee's Sale. WhereasAustin A. King and Dora L. King, hla wife, by their certain deed of trust dated theSd day of Sept., 1H7S, and recorded in the Re corder's office of Cole county, at ileed, look "B." paves 3, 384. and 8UH. conveyed to the un derstgned Nelson C. Burch. aa tnistee. all their rhiht, tltlo. Interest and estnte. In and to the fol lowing described real estate situated In the county of Cole, state of Missouri, via : Out-lot ninety-seven (Iff) In the City of Jefferson, Cole county. IM...

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. — 18 September 1874

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 48.tj) BATES OF ADVERTISING. ; 1 I.n;ill'IIW i One square, one week.W..'. J $1 CO iitf4i silfllftnnHl wppk. AO I each additional week " three month. ... w six months 0 00 0 00 13 00 in 00 35 00 8 00 " ono year frue-fourtu column, thrco months " nix monUi!i. " " one year One-half column, taree month ti-".- . .x Months one year.. One column, stx months M . one tear. ... r00 . X DA 70 00 70 00 125 01 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S TICKET gain Popiill Bnprrnm lex Ktto. 1 i I For Governor ', WILLIAM GENTRY, of Pettis. For Licutennnt-Govbrnor- S. W. HEADLEE. of Greene. For Secretary of State W. K. LEFLET, of Marion. For Stato Auditor ; E. C. HALE, ot Clinton. For State Treasurer JOHN II. FISSE, of St. Louis. For Attorney General DAX'L S. TWITCHELL. of Jackson. For Register ol Lands C. T. QUISENBERRY, ol Audrain. tor Supt. Public Schools JOHN MONTEITH. ot Iron. For Judge Supreme Court, ("full term) V. J. HOWELL, of Monroe, For Judge Supreme Court, (short term) LOUIS HOUCK, of Capo G...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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