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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 21 May 1875

Smrllfaiigns on the BUI of Ktglita. -; ' .iv tno jHHior Dime iuimw. " 8n: I went to old Sraelirungu about lb "Bill o( Right" npoo which the convention Will tMU on Tuesday u a "ipecial order," at I desired to leant what the old eock thinks of It. He Used hit game eye on the document, and be gan to comment about aa follows: "Listen to this 17th article: , 17. That ball more than snflktent to secure an appearance for trial shall not be required, nor shall excessive lines be imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments be Inflicted." IbIImm whn nut ttn ttknt mmrikltM ank. titute lor' the old and respectable form which has been recognised by all English-speaking ' people for centuries. (''Excesslre ball shall not t4 required, nor excewlve fines Imposed,") would spell Congress with a K; he would pre fer "singling" to fire-year old Bourbon. He's a mere 'Thompson's colt' kind of a delegate, and had better go home and stay there." Then, continued old Smollfungus, excitedly : "This whoie docume...

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 May 1875

CONVENTION OF 1875. ELEVEXTU DAY. Prayrr tiy Itev. Mr. Woods, i,t tho M. E. Church, South. Journal of Thursday, Krldny, nml Saturday rend und approved. I.tllKI. AND HI.ANDRIt LKOIHLATIVK 1H.WKB OK CONVKNTION. Mr. liver presented tho petit Inn of Lewis .Tamos anil other citizen of St. ) nines, for t ho incorporation in the Constitution of n clause making libel and slander punishable by Imprls onmeut.for which the present law docs not pro vide. Mr. Hyer moved the rrf.-rene of the petition to Committee on .iudieiary. Mr. MeCubi; thought fie -ii'.v right here n matter of some dillienlty. TIib petition asked of the Convention the" exorcise of legislative power, which whs beyond the power of the Convention. Mr. Hyerdid nut. think 1'ie Convunti.m was asked lor the exercise of legislative power. Petition referred to the Committee on Judi ciary. HMIPOSMIONS. Mr. Todd: Proposition for an amendment : The General Assembly shall provide for the hiking of depositions to lie read in evidence in al...

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 May 1875

TIio State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1875. LOCAL NEWS. The season for Wool-buying lias opened. Senator rholan Is on a short visit to St. Louis. ' Col. Klrby has gono to Texas on busi ness. ; . , The Fort Scot Monitor reports grasshoppers rapidly dying off. Dr. Shannon, State Sup't of Tublic Schools, will be absent ubout twu weeks. rjiait) warrants are lie a aiscouni 01 ion cents here in St. Louis twelve cents. Kev. W. M. LeRwIch Is In the city, looking nfter the Blind Asylum's appropriation. "Prayer is the heart's sincere desire;" "The language of the soul to Its God." Sabbath was Ascension day, and a large num ber of the Catholic children of the city took tboir first communion. Humniisvilie is about to have un academy. The academy company receivo proposals for building it u-itil the 30th of May. AmiA .Tfiiltsnn. colored. Irind vestrrthiv for stealing Clark GutTcy's money, $10, was found guilty and given two years in the penitentiary. We are indebted to Chas. A. Terry, Ksq., who has ...

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 May 1875

' : i . . . ' . !, ,'.u ,v ' v Ik y -' i1 . 6 " V. - ' :. V The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1875. RAILROADS. Important Decision Concerning the Iowa Tariff Law. Chicago, May 12. Judge Dillon of the U. S. Court rendered yeaterday at Des Hninei an lm portant opinion affirming the validity of the Iowa railroad tariff or March 23, 1873, and Its application to the Burlington road, now operat ed by the Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy. The declaion reta on two ground : First that the tate nerer made any grant to the company in Its charter of exclusive right to fix its own tolls, tte. II it did. the right was surrendered by the company to the State when it accepted the land grant In July, 18C0, agreeing that the Bute might thereafter enact such rules and reg ulations as it saw fit not inconstant with the act and the act of Congress making the grant. Judge Dillon then discussed the general subject and among other points stated tliut the right ot public control over highways results from 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 May 1875

- 'Hie' Btate Journal. ; t -.4.1. - ' 1 - ' - ' I-- , -i ' .. n . ' -i.. - -.t -7--- n ,.-rr"n 1 " "' ' t VOL. 3. JEtTERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1875. NO. 23 i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, BY N. C. BURCH. Term, of Bubocriptlaa t tfngl copies, per yeat . $1 60 Club, of tea per year 1 18 Club, of twenty, per year. 100 INVARIABLY IX ADVANCK. Dr. 0. A.: THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE UEDIClNE AND SURGERY. . Rahiii . Frank Snhmldt'a Ruildinc jj - SR. JXTO. TIATTTiTl, Physician & Surgeon. (tJOffico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. ap23-lv. HENRY NTTCHY RE L ESTATE ASENT, JEFFEBSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANBS ON COMMIS lion, Fay Taxes, Redeem Land. Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. . Office over White Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72bf FRED ROMMEL, DEAXKR IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mn. Wall Paner and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at' tentio...

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 May 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1875;jj At Inst it lias come the Globe-Demo, oral wo menu. If nothing that is axiomatic- is to iro In to our constitution we will have no Bill of The Black Hills adventurers nre In trou ble. Indians In Iront and the military In the rear. Parliamentary law is the law of com mon courtesy. Deliberative bodies that ignore it nre little short ot a mob. No danger, from present appearances that the board now in Session in this city to fix the value of railroad property, will turn out a Board oi Confiscation. Ulobe-Dumncrat already begins to sound well, and it will not be lone before the millions will bo able to pronounce it trippingly on the tongue. Globe-Demo crat. That depends upon how they take their whisky. The publication of " Sherman's Memoirs" promises to create considerable discussion as to events of the war. It is thought that other prominent soldiers will tell some of the secrets heretofore hidden or suppressed, and that matters now in dispute w...

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 May 1875

3- Telegraphic. I '.-.1 . from Rome to the Horning: Smnditrtl gays , m me rope senouaiv ill. -,, ia.i Maich CircNR.MaV 25. Heavy rains daring thtipasV eight hours, have 'com pletely qqenohed tbe flames in the lumber ragiun id mi pari- oi mis county. Nkw Yonit. May 25. Tho Times says turn .i in mock joooing operations no one side or the other cannot save the Erie railway from, passing into the hands of a receiver. The exposures of two years airo uieany luroanaugwea mat result. l A I - , . . " o . St. Louis, May 25. The striking coal shovelen of the Vulcan Iron Works did not make the attack on the new hands in their places to-day. The number -of the strikers is twenty-two ine 26 annual convention of tho Pro testant Episcopal . church . opened this morning., - . KI.K!TBIf! FIAqilCS A large number of the muie spinners at lowen, Mas., nave returned to work and signed ac agreement to remain outside, nt the Union, any breach of tho contract to oo considered suiucient cause lor iuimcdi ate ...

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 May 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1875. LOCAL NEWS. It hat been decided by the Impact's we under stand, to hve the old building of the prison finlabed op and pot In repair. The lessee are pushing the new hospital and female cell building with a vlm Three hun dred and fifty men on the works. The First National Bank, we understand, Is shortly to take possession of new quarters, to be fitted up In John Shott's new building, one door West of Its present location. We are under obligations to George Wairner for a keg of beer of his brewing. The Jour nal office mob, which Includes the chief sinner, with the devil, have quaffed the foamy beverage with the usual sentiment Long life and pros perity to George Wagner I John D. Russell and lady are on a visit to friends and relatives In the city. Friend Bus sell Is looking remarkably well. We do wish ao clever a follow a he could eecupe the asso ciations of so terrible a sinner as Hull. It's too bad. Joe Peltier is putting up bill boards on the...

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 May 1875

THE BELLE OP LOXDOW.- jn American uin na a JKewspa 'per Scribe. , It is known in tha literary circle ol America who the brilliant writer from Lon don to the Chicago Inter-Ocean, who signs herself "Galatea.1 Is ; but It is be lieved to be the' turn de plume ot Mls Letitia Ann Shepard, considered the most beautiful woman in London. She is the daughter of Dr. Joseph Shepard, a physi cian of high standing In London, and for merly of St. Louis, Mo. For some time past her letters haro at tracted the attention t many Americans who havo visited mid lived in London, not ' only by their vivid description of things as they occur, but by their truthful pictures of tacts and their conscientious detail of matters in art. During the past threo years this lady has been tho favor ite of some ot the most recherche ruinous in the English capital, and her presence is always looked for at Lady Hardy's bril liant and high-toned reception Saturday evenings. It was at one of these receptions that the famou...

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 May 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1875. CONVENTION OF 1875. SEVENTEENTH DAY. Monday, My 24, 18"0. Prayei by Rev. Mr. Parker. Journal of Saturday read and approved. Mr. Crews, of Franklin, presented the mem orial of citizens of Franklin for an amend ment of the Constitution so that the Governor and executive officer hold their respective ot flees for four years Instead of two. and tliut the General Assembly be elected once every four years Instead of every two years. Referred. Mr. Hale, of Carrol, presented a nienorlal from the citizens of Livingston county, memo riallzlng the Convention that no taxes shall be voted upon tax payers by persons who pay no taxes; that no bonds of Indebtedness shall be Issued in any city, township, or county, except when the same is Imposed by a two-thirds ma jority vote of the tax pavers. That tax payers shall have a vote on questions of taxation If mi nors and persons of full age in person, or by power of attorney without reference to sex. It Is held ...

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 May 1875

Tho State Journal ' FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1875. r.. fu!..,r i'. V H I " -!'' ' i( . i LOCAL NEWS. V , ... , ,,, - l- li.i, ' 'I i '.! l " ' Htt t"''. For Notaries' Masks under the new law, call ut (he Journal office.-'.- -: i.; j f , j..., ..; , ,! ,. i .v . , The Stone case- s sr tobe Wed te-day unleet It should happen to bo put off win. , ': The attorneys appointed to defend John Col line, indicted for burglary and tried yesterday, were Messrs. Clark, Hamilton and Pope. : Hiss Emma MeHenry, who has been sojourn ing with her brother Major McHenry, at Kan sas City, for some weeks past, has returned to Jefferson City. - , ; ... i - ,,'' It is the sagacious remark of a keen observer that yon can generally tell newly married couple at the dinner table, by the Indignation of tho groom when a fly alights on the bride's but ter. i i Capt. P. C. Kidd, of Lexington, Ky., Invaded our neighbor city of Sedalla Tuesday night, and carried off one of Sedalla's most beautiful belles Miss Leila C. Major....

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 May 1875

TBK POWSB or riUtBKl OR, THR FIRST 8TRAMBOAT VP TRR ALABAMA. My ftda- mm4 Clifford Laalar. Tou, Dinah I Come end let mo whir de rlbber- roadi doe i meet. D Vara, lie madedeae black-jack rooU tot wis' Into tat Cmph, darl ..De Lord have mussy on dli blln' ole nigger' feet. It 'pear to me dis mornln' 1 kin smell de fast o' June. I 'clar', I b'lleve dat mockingbird could play de fiddle toon I Dera yondor town-belli sounds like deywas rinf In' In de moon. Well, ef dli nigger is been blind tor fo'ty year or mo', Dese ears, dey sees the world, like, th'u de cracks dat'i In de do'. For de Lord ha built dls body wld do windows 'bind and To'. I know my front ones is (topped up, and things la sort o' dim, But den, th'u' dtm, temptation's rain won't leak in on ole Jim 1 De back ones shows me earth enough, aldo' dcy'a mons'ous slim. And es lor Hebben, bless de Lord, and praise His holy name Da shines In all de co'ncrs of dis cabin jes' de same As ef dat cabin hadn't nar' a plank upon de frame! W...

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 June 1875

Journal. I Me VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1875. NO. 24 "I I J- I A i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, N. C. BURCH. Term, of Subscription t . ,'lngl copies, per yeat (I 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Club of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. '"" Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL, PRACTICE MEDICiHE AND SURGERY, Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Building. DH. JXTO. BAZEH, Physician & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lnmkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-ir. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANBS ON COMMIS sion, Fay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, procure i-atonis. c. Office over White ife Janvier's store, ITigh Street - dec.27 72lir FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IX Books & Stationery T-iERIODICALS. BLANK BOOKS. CHRO' JT mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. man street, c.27.'72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Busch & Beckers. Chicago Lumb...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1875. We f:ve our renders almost exclusively a Sunday paper tills morninsr. The convention hns reluctantly assent ed to a recognition of tho limitations im posed ly tlm Constitution ol tlie United Stntes upon the political power of the State. We hear of the ravages of the Chinch busrs In some localities. Lot the Hoard ol Equalization defer aetina; on the valu tat ion of the lands of these localities until tho effect the bugs have on the value of them is ascertained. If possible riilatuftics or anticipated visita tions of Provhlptieo nre to ho accepted as snfll' dent rcnnns fur reducing valuation, we trust the Itnurd of Equalization will take into con tiiuYrutinn llio great possibility of n drouth in Cole county tho coming seawn. or a visitation from tlio ;rrashoppcrs. should they get wings, That was a strong west wind. Friday, and wo are impatient to hear ot its effect ton the movements of tho grand gra'sshop per army. Perhaps it started them on th...

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 June 1875

BEMINESCENCE8. Charles Carriere the First Known Discoverer of ' : Gold at Pike's Peak. By Rev. Father B. Dounelly. From tbe K. C. Journal of Commerce. My first congregation at Westport landing was largely composed of Canadi an French who had spent many years of their earlier manhood among the wild tribes of the Rocky Mountains. These hardy chasseurs had, many of them, taken Indian wives, whose marriages were bless ed, and children baptised by the celebrat ed missionary Father Do Smedt. The much respected and honorable family of Chouteau had, at an early date, establish ed a trading house below the mouth of the Kansas river, and hither tho hunters came periodically to dispose of their lurs and to lay in supplies. Several of these hunters entered or bought land and settled down here ; among them was Charles Carriere, the subject of my present reminiscence. On a certain "Sunday jnorning in the spring ot 1846, my attention was attracted to a group ot hunters, who, seated on some logs, o...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Enterprise and thrift docs not receive much encouragement Irom tlio capitalists In our com munity. It Is said that attorneys defending persons charged with murdpr these times, want to put off trial until after the hanging season is over. Thero Is a new naino on High street which we sugsrest would be a Rood one to give out to the next spelling school. The Cole Senatorial District has as able a rep resentation in the Constitutional Contention as any other District in the State. The represet the extremes of politics, but are both devoted to the material Interests of tho District. We have news from Clark township thitt most of the wheat Is looking well and will yield au average crop. Oats never looked finer aud a lare crop is expected Much of the corn is being re-planted, on account of the cut worms. Considerable wheat In still In the hands of far mers who are waiting for high prices. It is known to a few that the Adiutant-Gen era! Is...

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 June 1875

NEW YORK ALAKMCII. And Calls for : the Abolltlou Western Ports of Entry. of From the Sew York Graphic The merchants ot New York are unani mous in their opinions regarding the law styled the "Immediate Transportation" act which allows packages of imported goods to pass into the interior of the country without inspection. That the roods enn only be properly appraised and the duties collected ou the sea coast there can be no doubt. One of the most exten sive merchants in this country or in the world expressed himself as fallows' : "Do you think," he was asked, "that there should be very few custom-houses out West?" 'No; I think there should bo none at all. We should return to tlio old sys tem." "Would it bo better to narrow the whole custnm-houso business down to New York P" "Oh, no. Let there bo custom-houses in the principal coast cities ns before, from l'ortland, Me., to Houston, Tex. "But granting that competent and hon est appraisers could bo tound, would it not bo sale to have We...

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 June 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1875. CONVENTION OF 1875. Tuesday, June 1. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Parker. Journal of Friday rend hikI approved. Mr. Massey called for rending of journal rela tive to employment of short hand rcnnrfPM nml subsequent resolution, which were accordingly reau ror information. Mr. Massey moved to reconsider vote grant IntE leave to committee of the whole to sit at 10 a. m. for consideration of the Bill of Rights. Lost. On motion of Mr. Shields the convention went into committee ol the whole for the further con sideration of the IHI.L of incu rs. Mr. Switzler in the chair. The question being on amendment or pro posed new section offered by Mr. Ray. Sec. . The right of trial by jury shall never bo abolished or denied. Mr. Adams offered as a substitute : "That the righ of trial by jury, us heretofore enjoyed, ought to remain inviolate. Hut a jury lor triul of criminal or civil cases, in courts not of record, may consist of less than twelve men as may be prescri...

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 June 1875

4 i The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1870. LOCAL NEWS. The sand-boaters are busy. Hard times Arcs Increasing. Tho chinch bug is still cavorting arouud pro miscously. Strawberries are making their appearance in market now.. Our friend A. II. Sander is again made happy. It's a girl. The lessees are competing with almost every branch of labor in the city. Two convicts made their escape from the prison walls on Tresday night by means of a ladder and ropes. The following Notaries has been commission od,W. E. Chester, Knob Jfostcr; Robt. L Yeager. Kansas City. The army worm hits mndc its appearance near tho city. The worms have attacked the blue grass and oats on Dr. A. M. Davison's farm, also the meadow of Mr. Schiller below town. The Governor bus commissioned II. P. Me- - Cioon, of St. Joseph, snd Tlios. P. Jandon, of Kansas City, Inspectors of coal and pctroleam oils for said cities. Mr. McCloon is foreman of the St. Joe Onzettae office. T. O. Towles, Esq., is the recipient ot a beau...

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 June 1875

MISSOURI SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. feventh Annual Meeting. Saturday. May 29, 1873. Tho session of llio seventh annual meeting ol the Missouri Baptist Sunday School Convcn Hon wh resumed at the Baptist church this morning. The attendance wh fair. The first half hour of the session, commenc ing at 8:30, was devoted to devotional exercises conducted by Rev. J. P. Biggs, consisting of hymns of praise, and supplications to the Throne. The music was led by Rev. L. B. Fish, aud concluded with the beautiful hymn LET THE LOWER Ltdl'IS II K lU IININU. As a preliminary to the real business of the meeting, and us a preparation of the hearts of the workers for the various duties, Mr. Fish sang with touching eloquence, the impressive hymn BROTHER YOU MAY WOltK FOK JKSUS. N.J.Smith, Esq., President of convention, exhorting the brethren to heed the sentiment of the hymn, called the convention to order. Rev. J. T. Williams was chosen Secretary of the convention. The programme prepared by the executi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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