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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1874. The Mississippi Valley find Brazil Steamship Company. Tho attention of the people of the Mississippi Valley States has for some time been directed to the opening of a direct reciprocal trade with Brazil, as the means of afford ing a now outlet and market for their surplus producoand manufac tures, and which at this time is so much needed. The company propose to dispatch a steamer monthly from New Or leans to Rio do Janeiro, touching at Jamaica, Para, Pcrnamhuco, Muranham and Bnhia making the passage in twenty-two days, and returning with the favorable trade winds and currents in twenty days. Barge lines will connect with the steamers from St. Louis, Louis ville and Cincinnati. This trade once opened will give- us a new market for a largo portion of our surplus flour, corn, hardware, fur niture glifss and crockery-ware, ken sene and other oils, paints, lord, sugar wo 1, hides, cabinet woods, rubber, drugs, spices, etc. T is line of steame...

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. — 27 November 1874

The , State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1874. For the Journal. WILD OATI. Wben all tlic world in young, lad, Anil all the tires air. green. And every goose a swan, lad. Add every lse ipieen ; 1 Th 'it fly for boot and horse, lad, And round the world away ; Young lorn must have Hi i-ourxc, liid, And every doj bis day. When all the world is old, lad.' And all the trees are brown, . Ad I all the sport Is stale, lad. And all the wheels run down; Creep home and And a pi sec there The spent and maimed among; God grunt you ttnd a face there You loved when you were young. -Miss Muloch. LOCAL NEWS. Lard seems to be very scarce In our market. The boys have commenced tiling their skates. Doctor Hull will vote solid for Vest for IT. h Senator. "Stav at home' Tuut's what's the matter with Hannah. The public school boys have beea -resented with a foot-ball. Wonder if the guards at the prison received their pay last Monday. The "miss cue." Wo give it up. She certain. Jy t'ou't live in this city....

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. — 27 November 1874

s 0 1 5?? Jonrnal friday. November 27. W4. The Law of Contributory Neg ligence. Liability of Railroad Companies for Injuries Done to Persons- on Railroad Track and Rail- rontl Crossings Stated. Ilamilon Houston vs. The Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Rail road Company. DILLON, JUIM1K. 1 (lentlemen of the Jury : Certain facts are not in dispute, nnd these I will first refer to. Tie plaintiff's wife was killed by having been struck by a train of the defendant in the town ol Cameron, on the evening of December 13, 1872, between 6 aad 7 o'clock. The plaintiff and his wile had lived in tCameron some years, and at the time of tho accident he was an employe of the com pany, and his house was situnto a few feet north of Second street (near which the track of the defennant's road rans lengtli wise), and a few feet east from Harri street, which crosses Second street and the company's tracks. The company had on the south side of its track and a little oast of the plaintiff's house, a section...

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. — 27 November 1874

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1874. LOCAL NEWS. llcautiful snow, without credit, belongs to the Tribune. It cost $J to be an honorary member of the Arc company. Tim city needi pood pan of hows to haul the steaintr Edwards to a fire. Corner saloons. It la thought, can afford to pay for keeping open en Sunday. The grand jury ii said to be rather inquisitive with regard to corner saloons keeping open on Sunday. Two ladies were robbed of their railroad ticket while Mopping at a bouriling house In Caosas City the other night. The statements published concerning the State Penitentiary Is said to be but hair the truth. Mahbied On thesoth of November, by James B. Mcllenry, Esq., Mr. Frnnklln Hlnes and Mrs. Cornelia lkml, bth of Osage oounty. Muj. Gunn, chief engineer of the Atchison Bridge and formerly of the M.,lf. T. II. It., is in the city, and Is Interested In our railroad enterprise. F. Hunger, 11 vine below town, has killed about 300 ducks this fall. He brought down teven at...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

Stale ae SUPPLEMENT. COURTS. United States Circuit Hon. 8ttnuel F. Killer, Juttre Supreme Court United State. Wahlnc ton. D. C.j Hon. John F. Dillon, Judge Eizhth U. 8. Circuit Court. Davenport, Iowa, and Hon. Arnold Krckel, Judye U. 8. District Court Western Dintrtct ol Mlmourt, Jeffenon City, Mlaaourl, Judge. Col. M. M. Price. Clerk; C. M. Ward, Deputy Clerk. Regular Term, the third Mandav in April and November. United States District. Wcwtern District of Missouri Hon. Arnold Krckel, Judge. Hon. Jaa. 8. BoUford, United States Attorney. Hon. George Smith. Marshal. Hon. Alfred 8. Krekel, Clerk, Regular Term, Unit Monday of March -and September. Register in Bankruptcy Charle E. He. Supreme Court of Mlwouri Henry W. Kw ng, Clerk. Wn, H. Rbode. Marshal. Regu lar Term, lint Monday of July and second Monday of January. Circuit Court (State) Hon. T. M. Rice, Judge. Jo. B. Edward, State' Attorney. Mrm. H. Lusk. Clerk. Green C. Berry, Sheriff. tegular Term, third Monday of May and No- CM sa...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

STATE JODEML SUPPLEMENT KK11UY, XOVK.MHKT. 27. 1874 ABVSSTISSMSNT OP OCT. 1, 1874. INVITINO ntorost.u.s FOtt Carrpi Mails of tie United States IX TIIK Gl? AIISSOUUI. 7J ntoM fryi M:f.'i? .nki? 3i jiMii I'roposrtl received tinttl n p.m. February 1, lS.t. llcclslotis uminnuecd mi in before March H, 1BJ.1. - ; i i : I EXTRACTS Fl!OM LAWS, ETC OATH Of MAIL f(IN TKACroltS AXII CAltltlH.ltS, i!i:(jrn;i.i nv act i)kco.u!:i:s..h xk8,,T2. I. .ilii solemnly swear (nr illlrm) Unit I will faithfully perform ull llic limits rciiuircd or me, mill iiMuin IVoni vorytliiitfs furbiilili'ii bv tlin laws in relation fo Hie establishment of pos t offices iiml pot-roads within the United tSt:iti' ; ami t!mt I will honestly nnd tnilv account for and p:iyovcr mi v money belonging to tho said United States which may coiii" into niv posses sion or con'rol. s help' mo God. "' - Ilipildaled damages, to do recovered In tin action of dt'lit mi tlin uid hond. No proposal shnll be LprotmsiiM for the transportation...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

Xaiml, Rcnbow, XelKonVIIM, Steffensvlllo, N vark and Una , Ituhto,, to Ediw, 03 inilet and bac V three times week. Leave Newark llon ' Uay, wediiesdsv nml frlilny at 7 a m; arrlv at Uuliicv br (t p in leave Quhroy Tuesday, Thurs day Mill Saturday at 7 a oil arrlvrat Newark - by Op in; Inure Newark Jlondar,i Wednesday . and l'riiliiv ut 7 am; arrive at Ksllna hy 12 m; " leave Ktllfui Moiiilny, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p hi: arrive nt Newark by 8 p m. Bond re- , quired with bid, 1,400. .18103 Prom Canton to MnntieHm. 13 mile , and back, threa times a week. Invo Canton Monday. Wednesday ilixl Friday ut 10 in; ar rive nt Motillcerh) by 1 1 nil leave Monlicollo Monday. Wednesday nml Friday nt 2 l III ; ar rive at Canton by 5 p in. liutid required witli bid, tttoo. ' ' S8104 From La Ornnje, by PtirKcn's Crook nnd Monticello. to Lowlston. S!l miles nod bnek. three limes u week. lt'iivi La Grange MiiiIm.v, Wednesday nnd Friday ut 0 a "t nrrivo :it liPwNton bv 11 a' in; leave L'-wMun Monday...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

Lexington by 0 r tn : leave I.oxtngton Tuesday, TlmntUny unci Saturday nt 7 m. arrive at Wnr nnalmrtlnlnm. Rnnd rMiulrad with hid. ftfno. irom Lexington, by borer and Waverly. to Malta Benil, H niflos anl back, three times a week- Leave Lexlnirton Tuesday, Thoradar and atunlay. at 11 a m, arrive nt Malta Bead Mon day. Thursday and r'rlday by 10a m : leave Malta Iti'nd Mnmlay. wmlnrndny and Krlilay at 11 tn. arrive at Iexlnirton next (lavs by 6 p m I bond required Willi bid. $uo. 1811 From Rlabmond. by Knorvllle. Polo and Kingston, to Hamilton. 47 miles and back, alx times a week. I .eave Richmond Monday, Weil iicsduy and r'ridiiy. nt 7 ft lu. arrive nt Kingston by S p in ; leave Kingston Tuesday. Thursdny and Satunlny. at T a tn. arrlvo at Richmond by Ipra; litave Kingston dully except Kanday. at a in. arrive at Hiuntlton by II a m; leave Ifiimll Ion dully except Sunday, at Urn. arrive at Kings ton by a p m ; bond required with bid, I1.0U0. tutu Krom Lexington, bv (irtenton. Hnlbar....

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

m i arrive Mt Chllllcnthe by 7 p m. Bond required witli bid, $600. 283 W From Vemalllas. by Tnckorvllle nod Ralney Creole, to Hony. 40 miles and back, nncn a week. Leave Vnvanillea Sat lirday Hi 7 a m : arrive nt Rony by 7 p m ; leave Ronv Friday nt 7 nm ; arrive at Ver sailles by 7 p in. Bond required with bid, 300. 2SA4S From Salem, by Currant Rirer, Eminence Delaware, (n. o.), nnd Birch Trots to Thomasville, W miles and back. ono n wti'k. Leave Salem Wednesday at 7 a ni : arrive nt Thuninsville next day by 4 pm; leave Thomnsville Friday nt 7 a m ; arrive nt Sulom next day by 4 p in. Bond required with bid. $800. 23:144 From West Point, by Vinton, Elk iinrt, Butler Hudson, Johnson City nnd Chalk l.ev., to Osceola, 64 miles nnd biek. twhfu a week. Leave West Point Monilny and Friday at 1pm; arrive at Oiceola next days by 4 p ni ; leave Osce ola Tuesday and Saturday at 7pm; ar rive at West Point next days by 8 p m. Bond required with bid, $1,000. 28345 From Cole Camp, by Lake Creek,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

SfJJHiJ From Littlo Osago to Nevada-11 IMfto.' ' KM ' back.' 'thM tlhiJ 1 ti Week. Ijwii Littlo Oshjjo Tuosday, Tlinrmlny and Saturday at $ a in; arrivo at Novyda by 11a in i toiivu Nevada Tuesday, Tjnirs day nml Siitunlay at 1 p in ; arrive hU Lit tlo Omirp bv 4 i in. Horn! required with bid. fMOO: ' ' ! , i!P:!7. 1'roin Allninv, liy lIuKiu9vU1a, Alnnlhus (ii'uvu am) Sweet Iloimt, to Mit ryvillc, 112 1-2 milr and buck, Hicph times a w-ek. Leave Allmiiy Monday, Wetlnes ilay nml Friday t 7 it in ; arrive nt Mary villu by 7 jj in ; laavo MaivilIo Tuesday, Thursday ami Sat unlay at 7 am; arrive nt Albany by 7 i tn. liond l-oiilrv bid. W,(ll. 28388 Vroin Saint Charles to rortiiyi dc Sioux, 10 milt's and back, three times a week, lravt) Saint Charles Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 7 am; arrive at l'ortnjjo do Sioux by 11 p m ; leave Pur tago de Sioux Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 in; arrive at Saint Charles by 4 lii. llond required wiih bid, t7ii. 28,'Wli From State Line, by Jmi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

. .-, ....p,.r. $ Si 4 ' aairi ft ram W) I i,Wre JirtH Ma 9. Payment will bo made bv collection from, or draft on, pontnuisters'or btherwlsn. after the rtixratlon of each quarter sav In November, rebTBftry, MtW aiaAffAsT, ji'rovidod ttaVrir quired evidence of (fcrVtrSMifbcen rrclcvW. 10. The dista.-ices given are believed to bp iub attiutlnUrarriMtf lU'tin IrflTt'lVT writtTtK allowed flillBflAilJ jAtei4gbl aVlvHUtU If tbrpoli.JtfcfiiiliiftlM'nr7fcAllititfd. and alio In reference to the weight of the mail. tne condition or the miii. ro:ui, streams, c. ml 11 toli-brldjrea. titrd7esvank-rond, fer- ries, or obstruction of fflVltVutby whirh ex- L" neiran mar oe uieiirrcii. Aocssfmiorauuiiionai jiajv based on autr'a.vod, considered : norXof alleinMHMwea onhljatirelususiim f lo the degree of iioryh'i'TliwaWbtldgw-drflro.vrd. lorriea uiseonumisr(nr omer ecmreanon catis- ) HnrDi the eoiitrMii;yllfv ifubllhl rlugine oontracMW, ire to be vMtuJ witiiout extra nav It the Msljc4 bn not InarfimA I...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 November 1874

mm & mm ' LasU oly for ibort time, . Truthful Statements. Well sustained by the actions of the. put, and deeds f Truth In the Future, are tare to gain CONFIDENCE. We have no hesitation in raying that H. E. SCHULTZ, Ever tince bia SIXTEEN year successful busi ness, carried on in thli city, baa maintained thia CONFIDENCE, the public knowing well that he at all timet often INDUCEMENTS. and th they are In reality, Yes, Bargain that will please everybody. Those that have not bought of him yet, will likewise come to the conviction that ho oners Tare " Z2TDT7CSXIS2TTS. He offers now, his entire stock for the next SIXTY days, from 10 to 20 per cent, below his usual LOW prices, wiu'-li consists of an EXCELLENT AND LARGE Assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CHINA, GLAS8and QUEENS WARE BOOTS andSH0E8, . , HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, and HUNDREDS of other srtlees of daily use H. E. SCHULTZ has the largest and bet selection of Goods in his line ever, offered, and...

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. — 4 December 1874

ne VOL; 2. JEFFERSON GIT Y, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1874. NO. 50. ptate Jouriia f:W v.:' BATES OF ADVERTISING. . vMNinniDDiweci .A . i fl 00 SO 0 00 0 00 13 00 IS 00 S3 00 80 00 8S 00 45 00 . 70 00 70 00 129 00 , cacti additional week : three months.... ,-. " six monthg ono Tear.... ; ne-fourth column, tlireo month - ! . alv nwtiitlia ) " " one year... , One-half column, three month.' ; . " six month.. .. one year..... .: One column, lx month i - " one vear LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. BENJAMIN MoGILL ,JroULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE T f ' puhlle that he I now prepared to accom modate them in the Livery business at the cor ner of Main and Monroe streets, whero he will : do general livery, feed and aale business. , Horses kept by the day, week or month. Hiding and buggy bone constantly on hand and of the beat. Uive me a call. Jdee. 37, lBi'J-tf Wm. B. Mooklar, jr.. ''" DEAt.EK IX WOOL, HIDES, PELTS, FURS, ; FEATHERS, AND All Kinds ot Country Produce! HIGHEST PBICES PAID IN CASH. 127...

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 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1874. Henry Gambs, Esq., the Puhliu Admin istrator ot St. Louis county, a young mnn possessing the confidence of the entire community of St. Louis, has turned up missing, and his liabilities are said to be .150,000. Bond. 1 180,000. It is ithsolutuly .lecessary to the luturo prosperity and ndvancemi'iit id our city, as will an Stale. Unit we have an outlet to the South-west, and a bridge built across the Missouri at this point. It does seem as though responsible purtics can he found who will undertake and carry through both of these projects. There nre some persons who will rejoice in the defeat of the Constitutional Conven tion, witli many others members ot the Legislature and its hangers-on, who are decidedly opposed to any interference with a protracted and paying session, such as a convention might occasion. We seo going the rounds ot the press (ho statement that the St. Louis Times is failing, as though it was a piece of news. For two or t...

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 December 1874

(I I Tho Otato Journal. FRIDAT, DECEMBER 4, 1874. TBS CQXVENflOX. VAMtlED." t , ' ' Under the akove heading the 8t. Louis Dlstch of Mondaj, proceeds t show that Altar deducting the majorities of Cam den and Worth counties against a Conven tion, that there remains 208 votes Tor a Convention, which number Stone, as its entire vte was only 813 can not oror ooroe.', This Is questionable, if 8tone vot ed at all on the question, it is probable that the People's voto, 245 was cast against it. But tjio Dispatch calling attention to the fact that there were only 633 votes cast for Governor (there were five mere men who thought , McClurg was running) in Hickory county, as appeared by the re turns, says tltero could not have been 707 votes cast against the Convention. The Dis patch evldcnttydoes not know that it was in Hickory county especially, lh.it a majority of the Republicans got their backs-up and rofusod to vote tor any State ticket, be cause they had none that could bo called Republica...

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 December 1874

A .;..-rf .sr.'- ... . THo ' State " Journal. FRIDAY. PECKMUEK 4. 1874. We call the attention or our readers to a communication clxewlier.t, reviewing to siuiie extent our' nutation concerning the duty o our party in the approaching cli-' tion ol members toa Conslitutinnal Con vention, In a recent editorial. It will be seen thut the communication couples the nunie ol (Gen. Edwards 'wifti that of Gov. MrClnrjr. forthe.two members to which our ; District is entitled. What do our friends think ol lit ' ' s j The Itoonvllle Eagle in commenting up on the celling of a Constitutional Conten tion, thinks now one has been called that the very best legal talent in our State pos sesses should le culled into requization regardless ol party, and says further: n "Would it not be wise and judicious Cor the 28th District to send one delegate from each political party P If this proposition is conceded, we would suggest the names of 'Judge Washing Adams of Cooper county, and Col. John II. Stover of M...

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 December 1874

A .... '. ' ' '' '-V; :' i' ' V'-.' 1 J Tho Otato Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1974. The Monti and Habit at Santa v.. . Fe. ' .,' ' I nm prone to dismiss the tbemo as brief ly tho sliort-spoken historian doea the nukes of Ireland, and say there are no inoraU in Sum Fe. A treatise on Its im mortality would mnke a honk both large tint! tittrtadiililc. Gambling Is an open 'iiiid ircntleninhly pastime; virtue is on tashluniilile. and conseicnen is a novelty. There U hone of thnt terrible remorse which Is In the Nemesis of crime In Pro testant binds, lor a msn or n ' wnmun may wndo in rielmuelieryntll tho livelong night and then begin the world again immucu lale ami Imppr. Outciist women nru not outcast In this eociiil system, else the men were ell lone ly bachelors ; but they are so childish, de mure and unwiirried by conscience that you would fancy theiit to be Sunday chool touchers, every one.' Tne lady of purity who would not associate with them would be an outcast, for she would he ...

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 December 1874

Tho State Journal. ntir. DECEMBER 4 M4. l-j LOCAL NEWS. ' O theilutb. ' ' A week U not very long to wait. "M. H. B." Is to lecture at Kansas City. Short dresses hare coma Into fashion again. A. P. 8elby is to represent the St. Louis Times during the session. The pslovsrs are putting the finishing touch n Cooper's new court-house building. oor. Hardin is said to be "hermetically seal ed" to all interviewers for office. Socrates gjid, " Slanders do not hurt me, bc oause tbev do not bit me," Advertising is a blister which draws trade. Try it, and see if it isn't. A Western paper describes nn exchange as bright as a school-ma'am in a bath-tub." A niece of Gov. Hardin, it is said, will mid to tho charms of the Mansion tnis winter. From the prices asked on the streets' for dead ones, live ducks must fly prettv high this season. It is thought dancing may he allowed at the Mansion on special occasions this wlnler. The Cole county treasurer will pay the cou pons of Cole county railroad bonds...

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 December 1874

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1874. THE NEXT LEGISLATURE. Official Lift of Member Elected. BKNATORH. First DUtrlet A. E. Wyatt, rep. Second District Waller Young. dem. Thlnl District J. K. Keller. lem. Fourth District W. W. Mosby, dem. Kinii District M. T. C. Willlnm, rep. Seventh DMrlct T. L. Brace, dem. Eighth Dt rk-W. M. Ruby, dem. 1 ' Xlntn Dlx.rlct D. H. Mclntynvlem. Tenth District A. H. Edwards, dem. , Eleventh District Wm. J. Uatcwood, dein. Twelfth District Georse K. Rfgg. dem. Thirteenth District C. F. Kirtley. dem. Fourteenth District Jno. B.Newberry, dim. Fifteenth District Joshua LaDue. dem. Sixteenth District Sheldon A. Wight, dent. Seventeenth District J. II. Strother, dcin. Eighteenth Dbrtrlct William Buy. peo. Nineteenth District I. M. Paulson, dem. Twentieth District Wm. Q. Paxton. rep. Twenty-llrst District James Hallfgan. dem. Twentv-aecond District Ed. A. 8eay, dem. Twenty-third District F. A. Rosier, dem. Twenty-fourth Dlstrict-l'etcr Ake, dem. Twenty-t...

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 December 1874

; 1 A v v -. , V. . .c .A- Tho State Journal. , " ' W?EIDAT. DECEMBER 4.. .12 : :::: v.: LOCAL NEWS. , llutchlns writes (Irosvcnor nn open letter. Thin U weather that trie mcn'i soles and uppers to, a to that.. f f 1 '- ; ! pi ; ' H .,'! I ' ; Civilisation has reached .Tap nat least shirts which button behind. Advice given topersonss.pt to tnke liberties with strange dog observe hit tail and Walt for the wig oa. $76,000 In currency was loosered iu Troy ti e other day, ly a man possessed of that aunt banging himself. About COO vied distributed among tho boys of this city at tliU time would tnnko ilicm as fcappy as larks. Arthur Boupb is In the city on n hort ft ay Mr. Hough will likely be Gov. Hardin's private Secretary. Wc know 1 lie Governor could not have for the position a more agreeable, gentle manly und reliable person than he.. ! ' Our readers will remember Dr. Downs who died some months since at Burlington, Iowa. According to nn amount published in a St. Louis p:iper, bin spi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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