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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 October 1871

<Ewttitt0 $tat* _0uwal VAILY—*tl per year; six months, $3; throe months, tl.tkl; I month, 611 cents. sEMI-WEEKLY-*!.!*! per year: six month., #1 2A; three months, 75 cents. \V EEKLY—tI ..Vi per year; six month., 78 cent* (ffwnittfl £tate gouwal. al*>ut daylight, reached its majority. It is now twenty-one years old, and has, in that ' time, become more universally popular I than any paper in the South. We have been almost a constant reader i of the Dispatch for twenty years, and be- | fore the war regarded it as one of the best papers in the State, from the fact that it j was then an independent journal. Since the w.tr, it has seen proper to iden- I tify itself with the Democratic party, and ! like all strictly political journals, its prosperity depends upon the rise and fall of its Never in ante-bellum days was there such j a Held in Virginia for' an independent pa- ; per ; for one, that if it saw in* either side ! measures likely to affect the wealth ami j pro...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 October 1871

_itttinfl £tatc gmml ~1 V*. 913H Mais Strsst, RICBMOXD, Yrr. • ' KUWAKII DAM ELS, Eilil.ir nnd .Vlaiiauer. TERMS: OAI L V . One year tt! .(V ] Three months— 1 (SO mx months ti IXII One month M SEMI-WEEKLY. [ISSUED rVERV TCKSIrAT ASH FRIDAT.] One year ii WI Throe months FI W'.x mouths i an | One raontli M Vt LI'.KLY. [ISSCKD EVirltV WEONIiSDA-.] «n» year *1 50 | si-months M OLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three Month.. "s copies. ...sll oil to no * M To copies.... 20 00 10 00 ".00 an copies sn co n no > M tt copies.... lo 00 37 DO 18 7.5 iS"Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. 19, 1871. APPOINTMENTS FOR SPEAKING. Hox. CHARLES H. PORTER, author of the Homestead Provlsum ofthe Constitution, vil address the )ieople on Ihe political issues of the day, as follows: Cottman's Store, Charles Cily county—THURSDAY, October In. Goochland Court-IIouse—SATURDAY. Octof..-r Powhatan Conrt-House—MONDAY", October S3. Cumberland Court-House—WE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 October 1871

fwttinn $tatc gounwt Mr. Edward A. Pollard, who (inds time to write regularly for three or four of the leading magazines of the country, and to dash off a hook or two each year, by way of keeping his hand in, will have an article in the forthcoming number of the Catholic World, which will, in all probability, create a stir among both historians and critics. Tin re will not be much dissent from Mr. Pollard's estimate of the assistance afforded ih by France in our Kevolutionary struggle. Perhaps the contest might have been maintained until Kngland would have retired on account of the cost of holding tho conquered territory (just 9s Spain may one day get tired of suppressing insurrection in ('uba), but certain it is that during tho two years preceding the French alliance the cause of independence had been losing ground. The people were disheartened. Congress was irresolute, and there haa been no military successes to compensate fur the sacrifices that had been made. A distinguished New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 October 1871

gwmfofl £tatc gtnmml The glory anil pride of our tieaiHillil V ~in ashes ' ti< ,jf,i„,t-,,,, ~,,,, ....' ' 1 marvel if ever the telegraph bore Mori'terrible news on ir - swill Wings before, Such marvels of siile-.ufnr. Mid c:<- ■>' li-> -, arc. For the re.l-hani! ..f Vuloan to mttdlj despoil Turning betuitv to ashes ritul lich.-s \a litis!, And proving earth's trcasnrns ri daagerons trust. To perish in flame- ! with a bordering Lake Ant rivers ni water, suQlclenf to slake A perdition of lire-fiend-—iv:h yielding ir l Rite Wilh that horriilci,iii|H.-iire which terrors create The rivers run molten reflecting tie- flame, The Lake wore n ribbon of deep rtibv stain, I've heavens like bran, nnd lite prairie winds To sweep the '-Doomed oUy' ulir-n-i ---. 11! ill ■. - The city we loved .' In whose presence we felt The so til of it« grandeur and pride ol its wealth. Its spirit of promv-.-r iuspiringall hearts That surged in fhe ranks of iis gloriou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 October 1871

(Bvt\\i\\$ #talt gmttttat DAILY—*'! per year; six months, ».1; three months, $1 ..Ml; 1 month, 60 cent.. r.KMI-WEEKLY—♦2.B(I i«ir year; six months, ♦1 2."; three month*, 78 cents. W ____•_ — hIM per year; six month., 78 cents !.V PR..N't H VVII,I,IAM COUNTY. At Hnymarkel — SATURDAY, Oct. 21, at 11 A. M Ar ManaaeM s\TI'KI)AY, Oct. 21, at 4P. M. At Nokesville—MONDAY, Ocl. 23, at 1 P.M. At Brentsvillc—MONDAY, 0ct.23, at 7 P. M. At the residence of A. F. Dunn, in Cole's Township—TUESDAY, Oct. 24, at I P. M.: At Dumfries—TUESDAY, Oct. 24, at 7 P. M. At Oceoquan—WEDNESDAY, Oct. M, at 1 and 7 P. M. Gentlemen of tho Democrat.*' party are. inTited to join in the discussion of the issues of the coming election. JUDaEWILLOUttHBYand COL. EDWARD DANIELS will address their fellow-citizens at the following places: LoroorM COUNTY. Waterford—THUßSDAY, Oct. Nth, at 1 P. M. 1,,-\,'ttsville—FßlDAY, Oct. 27th, at 1 P. M. Snickersvillo—SATUßDAY, Oct. SStb, at 1 P. M. Middleburg-MONDAY, Oct. 80th. at S A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 October 1871

£tatc #<mvnal AT Its. BUH Mai.. Stekkt, Riamoas, Yii. i 11... KUIVARB DAM ELS, Kdiler and Manager. One year $B_nc ] Three months— 1 M S x months t:l en I One month fie [lIB.E- KVEKT TI'K.DAV A.fO FRIDAY.] One year ♦_ H j Three months _ix mouths 1 _."i I One month 'if. I [l-SUBD EVERT WEDNEBDAT.] One year $1 60 | si" months 7.1 j OLUB RATES FOUISEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three Mm "3 eoples....*ll on ti 60 ti 7.". Tv copies.... -0 oo in (Hi . (Xi au copies M no 17 bo . 7.5 W copies.... 73 00 37 50 IS 74 K_rspecimen copies of each edition s.-ui bee, -.Kill" IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL j THE TAXESOF TIIE STATE WILL BE NOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUATION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY That under the Funding Hill not a dollar in money will ever beach the statu treasury' at I'remade receivable for taxes, and will all be bought up by the County Tueasurers at a discount, and turned over to the state in Wedeftj Treasurer Fiji?, or any'ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 October 1871

FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 20, 1871. advocate of "protection to American industry," (having served ten years' apprenticesliip under one of the best men our city ever had, Isaac K. Davis,) and during this period my position as a hired man has made me more familiar with the views of this class than others who occupy higher social positions. The continued struggle between protection anil free trade, with varying success on either side, demonstrates that the principles of social economy are imperfectly understood. In my personal intercourse with journeymen mechanics 1 have found the difficulty to make them understand tho advantage of protection to be that they were working more for their employers than for themselves. I have asked some of the largest iron workers to make an exhibit of a year's operation, showing how much was paid for material, rent, taxes, and wages, and incidental expenses, but without success. I cannot but admit a feeling that there is a little jealousy at the bottom of j t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 October 1871

Owning £tatc goutnal Gladly now tn gather rotmd It, For ilu 1 totHng day Is itonp. And the gray antl solemn twilight Followa down the srnlden sun. Shadows lengthen oa the pa—nnent. Slalk lilccfririiits through the bloopi. Wander POM tlr" r|r|-kv casement, ('recp around fin- tlr» lit room. llraw tli** curia in, eli.se ilie.liutl.T-, Place it •■ .Upper*-J the tire; Though the rude wind kindly matter*, Winn inre we for v.inil-sp:iin'_ ire f What care we for outward teeming? Fickle Fortune's frown or r-inile * If around n« love Is beaming, Love can hiinnin ills beguile ! 'Neath the cottage roof unit palace, From the pear-ant to tlie kiur, All are quaffing from tile's chalice Bubbles that enchainment bring. Orates are glowing, music llowtng From the llpe we line the beat. Oh. the my, tlie bliss of knowing There are hearts wttcreoo (.. rest: Hearts that throb -Willi MB-* ghwinw Hearts t liat echo to our own— White grim care and haunting Mdneai Mingle ne'er in look or tone. Care may tread ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 October 1871

droning £tatt |omnal At No. 9WH Molm Street, Rlrlimoiw-, Vn. DAII.Y-—t'i p**r year; six month-, ♦3; three , months, $tl.fiO; 1 month, ft. cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2.OO per year; six months, , (I _.'■'-, three months, 7.-. cents. WEEKLY—SI..-_operyear; six month?, 7T. cents \%%~ WEEKLY and SEMI-UFEXLY JOURSAL I'hthS al extremely hnn ,-d. $, APPOINTMEINTS FOX SPEAKINU. COL. EDWARD I'AN.IXSwiil address ihe citizens of th*' Fir<*t Se i-'tori-il l»i-trkt, M foils l'H!N< !■: \V.II.IA-- ii'l'NTV. At Hnymarket—SATUßDAY, Oet.2l.nt 11 AM. At M_u.assiis—SATUßDAY, Oct. 21, at ■( P. >l ' At Nokesville—MONDAY, Oct. 23, at 1 P.M. At Brentsville—MONDAY, 0ct.23, nt 7P. M. At the residence of A. F. Dunn, in Coin's Township - TUESDAY, del. 2-1, :ii I P. M.* At Dumfries—TUESDAY. Oct. 24, at 7 P. M. At Occoqnan—WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2"», at 1 and dent, em en of the. Democratic party aro invited tojoin in Ihe discussion of ihe j—WM of the I coming election. JUPPEWTLLOUQHI_TaadOOL. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 October 1871

.vcning #tatc Journal AT _te. 912 M Mais Street, Rfcaaojn, Via EDWARD DANIELS, Editor und ittsnw.r. TERMS: ;o a | i.li One year f6j.ll'| Three inonthr> 1 Ml Six months $i Ml | Uni* montl fit) SEMI- WEEKLY. [l.Strsn EVERY Tl-K-lIiAY ASD FRtDAT.] ne year t" Ml Tliree months 10 Six month. 1 '_■' | One month WEEKLY. [issued KVKRT wriine.dat.] One year ?1 SO | sit months 7* OI.UB KATES FOI'ISI.MI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three M ■- "I copies....*ll on tt X WTB 11l copies.... io 00 Hi t»i .* "0 ■_'n copies 3.1 WI 17 N 8 7.1 Ml copies M III) 37 M 18 7.i fcff"Specimen copies of each edition sent free, r •SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 21, 1871. ;KEEP IT BEFORE TIIE PEOPLE, THAT rN'l.l''.l- TIIF. FUNDING BILL THK TAXES OF THE STATE WILL Hi; NOT LESS THAN OH! DOLLAR DPOH TIH. HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUATION, OR DOUBLI* WHAT TIIKY That under the Funding Dili. not a dollar in money will bveb reach tiie State Treasury at riu> sent rates, as the coupons al'.k made receivable cor ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 October 1871

fening £tatc gowrnal The present m inth is one of gatherin .-,1 disposing. Beaidea collecting the re mains of Hie season's crops titer* Me, i .- ,uiso, preparations t-i lie made I'm* tit OS u'iiiti-i', anil for the work of Ih pring. [f wood haa to be fella ril oi the leaves presents _ ftrorabi ;! unity, with the prospect of fa weather, and at a leiiiperatiire at once brae log and exhilarating without being toooold X draining is to be done, October is an excellent month in which to begin the work lea 1';;- l!i.I gathering of materials I'm manure, and the carting out of lime, to b unread over old grass lands or winter fa! !, will cngßge attention. In short (here arc many odd job; that may be done in tho woods anil in the barn—whea • gotten out, if not thrashed earlier— linn to be brought in from the field, if it ha been standing out in shocks so long, as ii frequently the case, and corn to bo traskei winch has boon gathered and heaped fo that purpose, for tlie rest the work for the mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 October 1871

€i*nm<| £tatc gmmtal Saturday Evening, Oct. 21, 1871 oi v WAMU-N)-M iiii'.RlM'iimii.mi. \ Ifl lull Postal Allan- 1.i,nl I'eK.r - I Vuliiulrtioil—lM*lrll.nti'»H of small *,-.-.I- li> the 111 Hfllll «!' turn ultlire. 'rin* postmaster genera] has ordered the . Ktablishmenl of fostofflces at the following points in Virginia: Hurt's store, I'iii.-yha-niacounty, -l.l!. Whitehead, postmaster, innl Halovsburg, Lunenburg county, trtth Hcttie K. 'F.wliauk, postmaster ; a! London bridge, I'nncoss Anne roiiiity, Charles 11. Gornto is appointed postmas'er, vice A. J. Armstrong, resigned. [.ocal pontics are in a great muddle lun', an I considerable excitement and some illfeeling exists in the Republican ranks over l he contests which are now going on in the \ai ions districts for nominations for the lature. Alter the nominations are t'rimplcted our friends will, no doubt, cool down to a prober degree of heat, and will |(0 to work and ehct their ticket hy their i a ml handsom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 October 1871

•Swttittg £ tat* tyvxml TERMS: DAILY—*fl per year; blx months, $.1; throe months, Jl.ftO; 1 month, (HI cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.MI per year; six months, ! $1 2u; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—*l.fl<> per rear; six months, 7j"i cent* ! nm~WKRKLY(ind SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL , Clultn fit extremely low roten. APPOINTMENTS FOU NI'ICAKIIW. COL. EDWARD DA Nl ELS will address Hie citizens of th" FtfSt Senatorial District, as toi- j IX PRIME WILLIAM cutXTV. Al the resident fA. I. Dunn, in Cole's Town- I ship—TUESDAY, 11. I. 21, at I P. M.' At Dlllllfries-TUESDAY, Oct. 21, at 7 I. M. At Occoqunn—WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2.1, at 1 and Gentiemen of the Democratic party are Invi- | ted to join in the discussion of the issues of tho j coming election. JUDGE WILLOUGHHY and COL. EDWARD i DANIELS will address their fellow-citizens at I the followin gplacos: At Alexandria-WEDNES- ! DAY, October2.lth. LOUDOUN COUNTY. Waterford—THUßSDAY', Oct. 2ttih, at IP. M. i I.ovetteville—FßlDAY', Oct. 27th,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 October 1871

tfwning £tate g mtmal AT He. 812* Mais Simii, Riciaoirn, Viaemil. ■UWARO DANIELS, Editor and Manaier. 'TERMS: :» A I L V . one your $d«fic ] Three months.... ISO Six months * i uu | One month 60 . BEMI-WEKKLV. [iMCEO KTEEY -UKjUAr AMD patOAT.] ne year tl Ml Three months 76 Sis mouths 1 2i | One month 38 WEEKLY. [iSSttID KVKRV WfiIiKPSDAT ] On* year »l 40 1 six months 78 CLUB RATES FORT.SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Mr: Months. Three Moidhn. J) aoptea....ttl Oil ».1 60 ti 7.'. n «opi«s— an en In on .1 no ill copies 36 00 17 M S 76 Ml •opine i.i ill 37 0» 1876 KftTSpecimen copies of each edition sent free. MONDAY EVENING. OCT. 23, 1871. JKEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL HIE TAXES OF THE STATE WILL BE VOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUATION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY ARE NOW!! That under the Funding Bill not a dollar in money will ever reach the state treasury at present rates, as thb made receivablb for taxes, and will all be bought up by the County Treas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 October 1871

■Svenittft ftatr |f(mnral MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 2:1, 1S71. Chesapeake ami Ohio railroad, connecting by rail every important city of old Virginia, through the heart of West Virginia, with the valleys of the Kanawha, Ohio anil Mississippi, gives a new value to the mineral wealth of bolh the Stales traversed by that great work. We are indebted to General J. D. Imbodenfor a full, circumstantial account of the iron an<i coal deposits of either State, with approximate statements of their extent and value respectively, which we condense as follows: The ascertained and tested coal-fields of Virginia proper are as follows: 1. The Chesterfield, near tide-water, at Richmond—lßo simare miles. 2. The Prince Edward, GT> miles southwestward of the foregoing—2o square miles. ■3. The Dan River (partly in North Carolina) near Danville—2o or 80 square miles. 4. The Cumbci land (of Maryland), whereof there is in Virginia some CO to SO square miles. 5. The "Dora," (anthracite) in Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 October 1871

gMtttofl_jitat< [JjjwuiL MONDAY EVKNIMS. OCT. J:), 1871. j BY TELEGRAPH.| POLICE NATIONAL CONVENTION A- Ant; Pt.|it r\ l.ertnrt r in Trouble j ____—__————— D*R|8J« HOBBI.lt. OF EXPRESS T_m The National Colored Convention The "Hornet" AlThir Tlio MToail—■ of Oliicncjo POLYGAMY OVERTHROWN uiuinmir OFFENDERS HENTESCED Fovolgrn PfoSWiB Ohio railroad, three men jumped on the engine and backed the train two miles, where their confederates robbed the train of four thousand dollars. All of the robbers .a. An Antl.Fopery Lecturer in Trouble. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 23.—Devlin, an antiPopery lecturer, attempted to speak here yesterday. A riot resulted, in the course of which Devlin was severely cut in the head. He is determined to make another attempt to-day. ■a. Police .National Convention. St. Louis, Mo.. Oct. 23.—The Police National Convention is considering the means for breaking up the thieving, which results in railroad freight-shortage. The matter has been referred to the detect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 October 1871

<BttflUtt0 ftatc gotttttalL A l N* MbTN Main Slr.pt, nirlimsnd, Va. DAILY'—*! per year; six months, #3; three months, *1.(MI; 1 month, 8(1 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2 W per year; six months, ♦ I 2fi ; three months, 7.1 cents. WEEKLY'—tM./SO per year; six months, 711 cents WB~ WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOUIiSM. f'nhn at e.vtremehilow rates. unvßtnauct* for speaking. fuhlio mf.ktings in the fot'rth DlSTßlCT—Prominent speakers having pledged t haaAaelvea in fill the following appointments, we t rnst the Local Oomraltteea of the Repnbli'-an party in the dillerent counties, will at once proteeifto give notice of the meetings, and invite the Democrats to discuss with our speakers the questions of the day : Harksdales, Halifax county—THURSDAY, Oct. 28. Uoui-'li Crock Church, Charlotte coiinty—FßlLnnenbu'rg O. X., Lunenburg county—SATUßOascade,'Pittsylvania county—MONDAY, Oct. 30. Hall's Oross Roads, Pittsylvania county—TUESDAY, Oct. 31. Kiocvllle, Pittsylvania county—WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 October 1871

fwwittg ftate fmttttat. 4T •' - V M.IK STRRKT, liICHX'.M', VIKUISIA. leutßli T**iTr*l|itiffii l-:.1n..r ..n.I Manager. II A I I. V . Oaa jraar Wine j Three month*— l mi Six months M ■ | One inontl .' 00 skmi.«i:i;ki.v. [iSsrGD EVKRV TrKsnAV A.III t KIDAY.] ue year *2 50 I Three months 7.'. si\ ii;..n:li- 1 25 | One month tf WKKKLY. [iSSOBO KVKKT WBDNKsDAT.] One year %\ 50 | six months ** CI.IIB RATES FOR'SEMI-WKKKLY : One Year. Sir Months. Three Monthn. ;» copies....*ll 00 *5 no ♦■7.1 10 copies.... HO oil 1(1 00 * no -in copies Is (HI 17 50 I :.. Ml copies 75 (XI 37 50 18 75 «sT"Si>ecimen copies of each edition scut fret*. TUESDAY EVENING. OUT. 24, 1871. j KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL 'IIIK TAXESOF THE STATE WILL BI NOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR LT< >N THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUATION, OR DOUIJLE WHAT THKV That under the Funding Rim. j NOT A DOI-.1-.AR IN MONEY WILL EVER REACH THE STATE TREASURY AT I'Kl> SENT RATES, AS T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 October 1871

(gMttittfl £tatc gcmmat. Ti;KSDAY"E\'liNIN(i. OCT. 2-1, 1S71. [From th. 1 Lomlon Tiroes.] ASSOCIATED IHAMMERS OF COMMERt K. iligs df Hie .\ Chambers of Commerce were resumed yesterday morning at : i!ii' I loyal JJuU'l, Plymouth, the chairman, ! Mr. Sampson-S. Lloyd (Birmingham), pre- . idiug. I'hcre WM R numerous attendance of delegate* and honorary members. Mr. \V. I-'. Moore, for I'lyinonth, moved, "That, in order to provide for tho future supply of seamen of improved character J for the merchant service, it is desirable that the system of training-ships for boys should lie adopted on a more comprehensive plan than at present exists, and that Her Majesty's government be urged to adopt such measures as may bo most effectual for the furtherance of this object." He said lie need not expatiate upon the necessity of having a good supply of seamen. They had more foreign senium, in the merchant service than ei'c.r before, and he was Englishman enough to believe that they had better have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 October 1871

Vt V 'W T V ( * 1} \ 1 * 11 I'llOM MOHMON1JOM I THEMICH1QAN l-'l I i I: UAILROAD AFFAIRS T„ntto«at lT"oi*oigfii Nows The London Times on the Morion affair Xf,. A'c __■• <Sjc. OC' . Cvl • tvt_ . i*. • ... ■ - From Slormondoni. Salt lake City, October 24.—Mrs. Cooke has entered suit against Brigham Young for money collected by him upon her husband's de ith. Mrs. Cooko was formerly a Morm>n, but is now an apostate. The receipts of gold and silver arc daily increasing. Reports from Cornwall say that the discoveries of tin mines will work a great revolution in the trade. m Railroad Affairs. St. Louis, Mo., October 24.—Eight collectors of county taxes in this State will sell certain railroad property, in despite of the appeal by the Iron Mountain road to the United States Supreme court. IB* A Stesjntr-B Crew Attacked by Unknown Per. aona. New Orleans, Oct. 24.—Tlie crew of the steamer Planter, upon going ashore finwater, near Mulatto Hay on, was fired into by unknown...

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