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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 January 1875

TEo State Journal. OCh RAILROAD. ' .' : ... : -A: ' MB SOU OP A KING. THE ORIGINAL BAZAAR ' :u t. FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1874. Hj Kay et His Neck Stretched. OF- The Marrow Oaage plan. LOCAL NEWS. ftfinnfni TtlnA Iimh n 1.1 t Ihe Mechanic Exchange. The Penitentiary Committee Is holding Uuily and nightly sessions , we understand. The pork picking company of Boonvllle have slaughtered 4,300 hog this season - The quail seaion closes In tills State on Feb ruary Int. The grangers propose to build a 40,000 bushel elevator at Arrow Ruek, Sitllne county. Esti Butted cost, 98,000 or 910.000. Some of oar citizens predict that Ice will not KhIho mmu . I. n .. a. . I , 1 1 I w.uiff uiuiv Minn -f wins pur numireu in iuib city the coming summer. Col. M. J. Oroen, of tlio lltli Missour1, died Tliutsday night, of wouuds received ot the bat tie or Nashville. Our representative, S. K. Miller, joins with about a hundred others in recommending Oen. Jos. U. Shelby for Warden. T.O.Towles ot Lagrange, and Art...

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. — 29 January 1875

it ....V,.i' ..i 'X. , ; . i . ' ! - . , 'V- i V'- j! - w i 1 1 1 i 'i i i;. I;' 1 ' ! XXVMITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, --ii ; y r it-":' v SENATE MOUSING SESSION. Monday, Jan. 2 President niipointoil Senators Patterson, Young and Wear a committee, to ascer tain f if Hiekox's Directory is correctly printed. Senator Mclntyro Ititroduecd n bill re miring the payment of a license nl one dollar for tho first dog and five dollars for evcrv other dog by every dog-owner, to the Township Constable. Referred to Committee.' on Agriculture. Senator Young introduced a bill lor the relict of Dc.ldi'ick Wolfert, a guard of the Penitentiarv, injured by a fall from n de tociivo ladiirr. ' Referred to Committee on Claims. Swnator Keller introduced n bill amend ing the School Law. Referred to Committee on Education. Senator Newberry introduded a bill amending the law providing for the selec tion of grand and pettit jurors. Iteleired to Committee an Juiticiury. Same iutrodu I a bill amending the law concerni...

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. — 29 January 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY" 22. 187A. LOCAL NEWS. It Is suggested that if the President of the Senate needs a prompter, the President of tlio Pcrlclenn la at bin service. The' Great Mendetsshon Quintette Troupe, f Boston , wo learn through the Agent, are to visit our cltv shortly. Tlio people of P.arton county offer $100,000 to any respectable company that will build a Rail road through their territory. Missouri has lour pickle factories In the State outside of the one now in operation in the State Capitol. The best thing wo fanvo yet heard about ex- Governor Woodson's message Is that it is the lmt Banner. Governor Hardin lint issued his proclamation offering a reward of 30O for 8a mil si Orr, charged with the murder of Win. It. Davis in Christian county in March, 1873. Mrs. Jane Wlllct, aged 42, living ten miles south of Stockton; gave birth to a child n short time since, which has six fingers on each band and fourteen toes on each foot. St. Clmr countv Is trying to get rid...

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. — 29 January 1875

millTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, REXATli MORNING SESSION. Thursday, January 21. Senator Phelan, Irom St IOiiis Delcga linn, reported adversely nn Senate hill re quiring the appointment nf deputy mar shal of tho St. Louis police court, to re ceive the approval of the Police Justice. Indefinitely postponrd. Senator Phelan, from committee on Banks nud (Corporations, reported a sub stitute to bill amending art incorporating the town ol Capo Girardeau. The sub stitnte agre d to and passed. The bill reduces the; limits of tho city, exrludlng from them certain out lots, cul tivated fnrms, Bnd vineyards. Senator Oatewood presented tlio peti tion ol the citizens of Louisiana for tho extension ol the charter ol T. F. Lone gan to exclusive ferry privilege. Also re monstrance against the same. Referred to committee on Judiciary. Senator Ruber. Irom committee on Edu cation, reported a substitute so amending the school law, that at the election ot a conntv school crnimissionor on thu first Tuesday ol Apr...

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. — 5 February 1875

A , . -V- -; -v v 'V' ' . : : " '. ' ' K The State Journal. : VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1875. NO. 7 v f ' WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday N. C. BUKCII. Terms of Subscription I ,'lngl copies, per yrm 1 M Clubs of ten per your 1 2i Clubs of twenty, per your 1 00 IXVAUIAHLY IM AIlY'AXClt. Dr. C. A. THOMPSON, WILL ritACTICE MEDIC. E AND SURGERY, lloom 3, Frank Schmidt's lltiiltlin . Dr. A. C. DATTISOJM, OFFICE AND KKSIDEXCb, Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sts. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. OtHeo hours 8 to!) A. M., 1 to 2 V. M. P. M. Jan.lO-lv. DR. J2TO. Physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lnmkin's new building, opposite Autioiisil Exchange Bank. faiiSMv, iy DeWYL & NAGEL, DRUGGISTS AKDAPOTHEJA V. ' HIGH STREET, Jefferson City, Mo HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGEHT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. "UY3 AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMI9 Jj sion, l'uy Tuxes, Redeem Lands Sold tor Taxes, rrocure ratents. ,. s OiBce over White Janvier's store, High Street uee..27 TSUI FHED ...

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. — 5 February 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. Fl B' UARY o, 1875. An inexpensive road or none at nil, is tho- alternative our Smith-west company I bound to accept. A transportation l!in that will In- both economical :md popular will commend it w'.f to the reason ol any sensiblu set of ncr?. Whether Uiiteliins' Clay county resolu tions arc not ni tro ibt Pi-iei dory of tho at tempted capture il the James boys than they arc i.l' the unfortnna'e consequences rf thu attcmi't, is the uni'stlon. The "Wangli IIoss" of the Missouri De mocracy wan heiitt'H tor a seat in tiio ('mi Ktitiitimial Convention, and of his oppo nent, the St, Louis Democrat says: 'The election of Win. II. Letcher to the Constitutional Convention will lie grnti ly ing to many people in this city, where he formerly refilled, and to the Republicans f Iris district. Although not a pronounc ed partisan, he is a man ot ability, a fair nnd just man, -md Vis taken no part in past controversies. We trust that ho will be foinnl a staunch advocat...

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. — 5 February 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FFBUUAKY 6, 1875. There is tin doubt hut something ouht to In- done tit improve iliu condition of the basement of the Capitol. Am'y Johnson is guilty of things lor winch tho editor of the Wurrensliurg Dem ur it can never torsive him. Talk about the ventilation nml health of thi! Cii)iitil, there is imt u public building in the city of St, Lotus that has better vcti illution or is nunc healthy than H is. The bill int rolit'-1 In the House by Mr. Plii'lp on Thursday, provides for the puhlieu tiou ouch your of (SOOtl copies of the minimi re port of llii' Suite liimrilM of Agriculture mid lloi'tti-ulliiro, ruder tin' supervision "f the Sec retary of Suite nml presidents of said boards. A hill was Introduced in the IIonse.Tliursthiy, which provides Hint Hie duties heretofore de volving upon the Oniuiisionci- of Agricultural College Lands shall hereafter bo pet formed liy the Uegistcr of bands, nml provldinit for the necessary transfer of the bonks, plats, etc.,...

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. — 5 February 1875

r K The State Journal. Friday; February a. ists. TIIK MAGDAI.K.V8 HYMN. Jeus, wilt thou pity met When I teach Thy cotirtH above, 8lmll I then Thy uloi-y ce, -. In Thy home of IIrIiI and lovcf Child, My eros I ulvo to Hipp; Deny thyself nnd follow Mo. Jemm, I my crnwi will tako, Ciilmly Iwiirin every ill. IIi-lii 1110, then, f.ir Thy dear sake, To lie obedient to Thy will ; And, when my nlisht hm pa-wed away, I nlia!l kiww eternal diiv. Let ino In Thy footstep W (idling hut Thy love, to jialn ; Let Thy x itrit, here hi'lnw, S.iolho my Mirrow, li-;tl my pain. In llio iniminii- of Thy grace, I i-liall see Thee face lo face. Thou hast said, my ltmi'iimw Lnid, Daughter. I thy sin forgive; Ami, urPoiilhiR to Thy word, I 110 more In sin will tiro. From tenijttnion et hip free;, Lpt m i dwell at lat Willi Thee. LOCAL NEWS. A touch of winter n:iln, Mohcrly has the Utile City debt of $112,000. The Narrow Range article elsewhere U worth studying. The St. Joe Herald N iiroftixe in it pany-rc-ri...

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. — 5 February 1875

XXVIIITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SENATE MORNING SESSION. Monday, February 1. Senator Strother, from Committee on lndiciarv, reported tlmt in tin; judgment of mild Committee it U not tint ' intention of thre law making nil tippi'oiriiition to -the Statu Horticultural Society to make, the same tin annual appropriation. The liill declaring such to lie the Intent of tho law, was indefinit'-ly postponed. Senator Plichtn, Innn Committee on St. Louis Delegation, reported a substitute, for Senate bill huthorizing tho isne of bonds lor tho pnrehasu of Forest Park, provid- t .1 i .ii i ..... ing iinii iney ou jjoiu uearing. liill pass ed. Senator l'helan, from Committee on Banks anil Corporations, reported unfav orably on llonsu bill amending charter ol New London Plank Road company, au thorizing one vote to every owner of Mock instead of one vote to evey share of stock. Indefinitely postponed. Senator Brace, from Committee on Ways nnd Means, reported a substitute for Senate bill authorizing the pa...

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. — 5 February 1875

njrninn tha abolition of tlm Oth 1m1ii:il olrtuiU. . . Mr. Martin, of Franklin, presented sim. liar rorhnnstranco from citizens ol Frank (in county. Mr. Pehle presented similar wnrnn. stranoo from citizons of Franklin county. All ol which were, referred to Commit 4eo nn Retrenchment nnd Uetnrm. Mr. Adklns offered a resolution that the Committed on Accounts fix the per diem of the Assistant Chief Clerk. . Mr. Ttttmun offered an amendment pro viding that it should not exceed that of the Chief Clerk. Amendment add reso lution agreed to. Mr. Bittinrer offered resolution tliat State Auditor be requested to furnish an itemized account ot all unpaid claims against the Statu under contracts made by A. J. Swain, late Factor of Missouri Pen itentiary. Adopted. HILLS IXTItODL'CF.I). Mr. Montgomery: Providing that nn nual meeting of Board ol Uegents'ol State Normal Schools shall ho in Juno of each year nnd fixing compensation of its mem bers at 92 per day lor actual attendance nnd mdeage at tlm...

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. — 5 February 1875

'The State Journal. ' FRIDAY, FEHRUAHY 6. 1875. I'lCK-urs. Keep your ears Warm. Why don't tho llaido gives us Sednl la's Inst SCnSlltlOII? Secure your tickets for tho grand Classical Concert next Monday evening! Conundrum. Aro you going to Hie Grand Classical Concert 1 Springfield ;i market for Arkansas cotton, when It brings 12 to U cents per pound. Ex-Sotintor Alien, of J:ispcr. is browsing nround Hie State Capital, fun-loving nnd mis chievoi.s im ever. The Lutheran Grave Yard case In the Su preme Court wits continued, nnd Is not Anally decided yet. The killing of quail nnd prairie chicken must cease, under the Rama law. It Is the 1st of Feb ruary. The ex Clerk of tho Mt. Vernon School tnwn fdiip, Lawrence county. Is in jail for the enibez zlemcnt of School funds. Nixon, a Republican, nnd ltoss, a Democrat, A ppcar to have been elected to seats In the Con. C on. from tho Dallas county District, Zinc mining promises to outrival the lead busi ness in the Southwest the cumins? Spring...

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. — 5 February 1875

XXVIIITH Gf NEPAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Tlii RSDAV, January 28. Senator TVrry introduced n concurrent resolution memorializing Congress to pns n law guaranteeing the Interest tin the At lantic am! Pacific U:iihv:iv companies, on the ground ot tho peculiar interest of our frontier in the construction of tho ro:ii1. llefer-od ti Committee on Federal lie lntion. Senator Morrison presented the petition of the St. T.ouis, Iron Mountain and Southern Hallmad Iv Thomas Allen lor an nrt requiring tin' State Auditor to place to tho t-rcdit ot that road tho nmonnt of $IO,4.ri8. being n part of thp balance dtic tho Slate on thp nle of tho St. Loin's nnd Iron Mountain Ru'lrond. which under tlip law ot thp State was expended in extend ing said road. Hip same being duo said Company on said account. Referred to Committee on Ways nnd Means. Senator Strother from the Committee, on Judiciary reported ndverselv on Senate bill amending tlie law establishing pro hate courts in pertain countie...

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. — 12 February 1875

3"-r T! State Jouma it; VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. NO. 8 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ; PnUislui Every Friday BY N. C. BUECH. Turin of Subscription : .lngl copies, per yea i Clubs of ton per year Clubs of twenty, per year INVAKIAULY IN AUVANCK. $1 SO 1 25 1 00 Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICi.'E 0 SUR6ERY. Room 3, Frank Schmidt's Building. Dr. Ik. O. DiiTTISQlT, OFFICE AXD KKSlDENCt. Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sfcs. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 3 to9 a. m., 1 to 2 P. M. P. M. Jim. 10-1 v. Physician & Surgeon. Office and resilience in Ln mlda's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2"i-lv. DeWYL & NAGEL, (SUCCESSORS TO MRS. BKRRI.) QRl'SGISTS A!D APQTKE3A ili HIGH STREET, Jefferson City, Mo HENBYOTTCHY REAL ESTATE ASEHT. JEFFERSON CITY. MO. T3UYS AND SELLS LANDS ON CO JIM IS- Tuxes, Procure 1'iitents. &u. O.Bo over WUito Junvier's store, High Street dee.27 72hf FliED ROMMEL., DEALUlt IX Books Sz. Stationery PERIODICALS, BLAN...

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. — 12 February 1875

M-.v.Vfl"fcMV Mil. ; 4' f ; 'J XXVIIITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SKN ATE MORNING SESSION. Monday, February 8. Senator Strother. from Committee on Judiciary, 10 port fd a resolution confer ring upon tin) Attorney General the au thority to attend to the defence ol the cuso which comes up In thn Supremo Court of tliu United States on Mommy next, involv ing ihu legality of the levy and collection ol taxes on thn Atlantic & Pacific and tho Mo. Pacific railroids liy the county of Cole in l7l. Senator McGinnis offered an amend- ment restricting the nuhtority to pay coun- M!l to tint single cases In which no counsel lias been heretofore employed. Agreed to Senator Rubev, offered a substitute, nil thmizing and requiring the Attorney-Gen oral to attend in the Supreme Court, or ii other courts, in which the interests ol the Mate nre concerned. Made special order for 3 1-2 p. m. Senator Strother, Irom Committee on Judiciary reported adversely on House Hill amending the General Statute liy making r...

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. — 12 February 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. Memory, what wilt thou. Troubled nd forlorn? When the year gives rose Wherefore rhoone the thorn t "TIs for Ihee I sutler," Memory sighed apart; 'Thou hat the sweetness, I must benr the imnrt." Memory, what wilt thou, Restless. Ill at esse? When the new wine sparkles Wherefore drink the Ice? " TIs for thee I suffer," Memory niched again ; "Thou liHt had the sweetness, I the dregs must drain." Atlontio Monthly. PICK-UPS. The flrcrnon's ball on the 22nd I to be a mas querade. Work will noon commence on the Carthu&e and Joplln Narrow Guuge. No man can be successful who ni gleets his business or fails to advertise it. A Sullivan doctor advised his patient to take one pill five times a day. The man says lie is not patient enough to do it. Be wide-awake, advertise extensively and uccess in business will certainly follow. Messrs. Dusch & Beckers are preparing to start a Branch Lumber Yard in Ceduy City. The members of the Legislature ar...

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. — 12 February 1875

The Stato Journal. FRIDAY. FFBUU'AllY 12, 1875. The Lexington Intelligencer reports large niini'icrs of stock dying 1T in that county from luck H food and water. An I so M:it. Carpenter mised it. ntul the name of t ho next Senator Ironi Wis cousin is Cameron. Mrs I'liz.iheth M. !lcntnn. a ennsin of tlin great Senator ot Missurl, ded on the 20th ultimo in the Rl-t year of her nge, nt Lexington. Newton Morgan, (lie poll tax forger, lately convieteel nt San Francisco on two Indictments li r felony and forgery, has plead guilty to the rcniTiinig charges. In the Twchth Hi-trict Court of Cali lornia. Friday, Jude Sharpsiein mado a decree removing City Assessor Rosenor, ot San Francisco, lor willful neglect of the (I lit it's of his olliec, The Governor's me-sage to the General Assembly and the Ad jutant-Gcnerai's re port concerning the Clay county mid night mystery will hp found in our Legis lative proceedings. Thn memorial to Congress for nn act guaranteeing the bonds oltho South Pa- cin...

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. — 12 February 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1876. IT IS I. "It Is so hard." Isnld; And sat within and told my troubles o'er; A hand (nil softly on my hnwed hend, .Yet no ono passed my door. 1 "A fancy." then. I said; " But oil! to feci that touch for evermore; l Mcthlnks. Indeed. I could he comlortcd ! " And sorrowed as before. " No other heii" ts enn know ! " Ttrcak out mv ttrief anaiii with hitler cry; " And Ood Is fir o fir mv filth lets go Her hold on Heaven to die I" Then ome one stooped low, His heart full thriihlli'i.n with tcsi-s.closc hy, " Lord, In It thou. so moved by my woe?" Jle answered, " It i I." Harriet McEwen Kimhnll. nUEACH OP PROMISE. Damages Laid nt $40,000--De-fenclant Worth $100,000. LOCAL NEWS. S(Xt SiiiiilfiP l st- Valentine'!, day. They need ntl tlht r Itriiffl Hall that under stands h( business. The Stflf Hotel at Mo.'trose, was hiirnrd down Friday morninsr. I-o" nho,,t !M-00- Fair and Fi'rtlvM entcftaiiimB.'ts nro becotn Ins contusions. Wo don't Mama a man fo...

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. — 12 February 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FFBRUAUY 12, 1875. had he vetoed the Bill ho might hurt been United Stnte Scnntnr. But he sign td it, and ho is now tho company's well f aid attorney. II the leasees have the naming of the ext chief office of the rrison, we suspect the first letters of his nnme are Jos. O. Shelby. There lire lew Republicans who regret tho election of Andy Johnson to the Uni ted States Senate, it we nre any judge of the "spirit of the times." Once again the curt-iin rises, and once more tho House declares the Hon. Stilton Ilutchins the legal Representative of the th district of St. Louis -this time in di rect language. If the net authorizing the renewal ol the bonds ot tho Hannibal and St. Joe. Railroad is to be repealed it should be re pealed nt once, bctore any more bonds are issued. The Tribune of yesterday publishes ex tracts trom the Constitution and laws ol the United States, showing that the of fice of Adjutant-General is required there by, and can't be abolished. Wo...

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. — 12 February 1875

mont of the cost ot the Pabllu Printing, since 1863. Senatar McRinnis offered an amend ment requiring tt indicate the kind of printing done, go that the information would aliowr tho cost of each branch ot printing. Agreed tp and Resolution adopt ed. Senator Brace presented the remon strance ol a largo number of citizens of Randolph county against tho establish lishment nt tho Moberly Court. Referred to) Committee on Judiciary. Senator McGlnuis offered a resolution setting forth, in a preamble, various rea sons therefor, to adjourn on the 18th ot February to the 16th' of November. Laid over informally. Senator LiiDiu , from - Committee on Federal Relations, reported lavorahly on House Resolutions protesting against the passage of the Washburn Bill, by Con gn s. Senator Belch had objections to the manner of designating the measure refer red to, and on his motion it was laid over informally. Senator Mclntyre introduced a bill an thorlxing the Superintendent of Public Schools to employ ...

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. — 12 February 1875

Continued from flrst page. BILLS TNTHODUCF.D. Mr. Bittingcr: Concerning the predion of hnothes anil sain of liquors In the vi cinity of camp meetings. Referred to Committee on Criminal Ju risprudence. Mr. Sehnltz: To give Do Knlb county court prohato jurisdiction. Referred to Committee on Local Ril's. Mr. Post: To amend ebnpfer 1!H gen eral stuttito rMating to Supremo Conrt. bv adding .new a section, providing lor thn printing of record in eases whore same exceed. fifty pages. Referred to Committee on Judiciary. Samei To amend statute concerning witnesses. Relerred to Committee on Judiciary. Same: Amending section 17 of statntp conoerning opinions of the Supreme Court. Relerred lo Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Updegrnff: Amending sections 2 and 10 of law concerning tree public schools in Chilleothe. Referred to Coinmittoe on Local Bills. Mr. Wells: Concerning probate court of Rpehanan county. Referred to Coipmittop on Judiciary. Mr. Thatcher: Ti nrnvidp for the ab rogation of the town...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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