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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 November 1871

resLUBM DAILY, SKMr-WEEKLY AMI VTEZKLY, Ne. 9HH Main Street, Rirlunoml, V« TERMS: DAILY—•* pet ve.tr; six months, *:i; thre months, 11.80; 1 month, Ml cents. SEMI WEEKLY—i2.6O jier year; six monlhs *1 2fi; Ihreo months, 7:1 cents. WEEKLY—*! .80 per year ; six mon 1 lis, 71 cen 1 mi'WKEKl.ruml HKMI-niihKLY JUI/HKAI t'hihft 111 rytrrmclf/ I'ttn rutin. uituimnn nm spkakimj. H. D. BEOKLEY, Esq., will ad.lre.vs the cil! Hnw of \ irnini.i tv lollnw v ; Warsaw, liichnioml county—THURSDAY, Nov llealhville, Northampton comity — FRIDAY Nov a, liaanaetir 9. it. SATURDAY, Nov. *. All of the above meetings will commence at 11 o'clock M. Local committees will take eeped' imins to jecure full attendance at each of the ■ meetings. HON. W. H. H. STOWELL will addnss the citizens of the Fourth (ioneiessionnl District, nt the, following limes unit places designated Ije low. Local Committees of the Republican party tat the dlffaient oonnUee, will at once pro ceed to give notice of the meetings, and invi...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 November 1871

rrßT.romi - i Aii.v, ■sW>«atsrtf^silV l #is»fa-Tr{ IT •:.. ■•)■•'': >Ui* HTHrrt, ntcindiiKo','Vis'iisia. ' RHM inn oiMi;i.s, l.litor nil.l Win i i:i;ms: 1» A I 1. V.. i. I ... i Mi,- year *i; nc I Three mouths— l '0 i Si\ IIKHIIII' ♦:( IKlf till,' 111111111 l .'.'."' ■'■<" - .. ~ I, I [i»»rKr. KVKRV TCUDAI A»|> IKIHAT.] i in' »e;ir *.-■ .in] Three,Uk>uJ}tl,,« v .. 11 Six month* 123 | One litoiilli r 11 . ' ,t y ■ •'"■■ *»l i [ISSL'ED KVHtY 'WltD.Nlii.DiT.J|,, : , |~„ One year | $1 ftti |.six wtiatu.si....i.. '.". ('I.I 'H HATKS *'«»» SEMI-AVKKKLV I j oite rnrr.'Mr ■M'Mhl. Ttcilv Mhilll . \ -:. i0pic.»....*1l ihi ■•••n Mi 15 it in copies M.OO .Milt ■' ■- • ,v«sr' I 20 copies :tr. lmi n "»i i. .sliii ! W . ,>iiies..,.' fi 00 ill M IS ,i copies of each edition -eitt.Ui-.- i WED.NESDA V KA'KXINC, NOAVI, 1S"I. j ii. i ' ".'• " - I ;ki:kh it HEFOKK TIIK I'KOPLK, THAT UNDER. THfEINDINi; 111LL ! TIHS TAXDSOf THKNTATT. WILL BE I NOT LESS THAN' ONE DOLLAR I'PON THE 11CNDRED ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 November 1871

m_n Mr_Hl_dllg the (loath of the hero of | Kurt Suiii|ilt'r, wliii'h nrcurrvd al Nice, France, on Thursday last. General An derson was born at Soldier'a Retreat, near l.i.uisville, Ky., •lime 1 I, 1808, and was ...ti cqiicutly sixty-six years old at the time of his death. His lather was a colo nel in the Revolutionary army, and his mother a cousin of Chief Justice John Mar shall, of Virginia, lie graduated at West Point in lsio; served as Second lieiiteliant lirst in the Second and then in the Third artillery; was Assistant Inspector General of the Illinois Volunteer!! in the Illack Hawk war oflßß_, and was promoted to a First lieutenant in the regular service in aiiillery al West, Point, and iv 1888 was breveted a captain for his bravery and gal lantry in the war against the florid- In dians, ile served on the stalf of (ieiicral Scott as Asssistant Adjutant (icncral with the hrevet rank of captain until 1841. when be was promoted to a captaincy, lie ac companied (icncral Scott to M...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 November 1871

■ .;'./. lo .'.. .•■ ■ II , ■■.' , ii 'II 1.1 111 'si .1 / ... .•■.. .. 'j "■• ■■'■'".../.i. .' 1.,' tiimply • ■ ' ' THE i:i.i:niti\s A Few I'lniii _______ Perhaps some think that sonic of the pub jeete discussed in these essays In-long ni'iic properly lv a Presidential than a Stale clee tiun, but to this it maybe well replied, that, tit this juncture, every election is mora <ir less connected with the Pl_Hck___l l-lection next ensuing. 'I'he coming Bt_t. election is intleed the beginning of the I'lvsidcutinl light of 1872 ; ami the soldiers of the two grand in nties are now but "pick ing their flints" for that great struggle. The Conservatives me evidently bearing ii in mind that a defeat at, the election in No lo the Presidential contest next year ; and that every defeat is a daiur;;e. The Re publicans will do well to be as sagacious in this regard as their political adversaries. Besides, there are but two contending parties, and everything that tends to bring nut iv clear reli...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 November 1871

APPOINTMK.YTS FOR SP_AKI_G. • B. I>. IIEOKI.EY, Ksu,., will address Ihe ciii geiis of Virginia as follows : Warsaw, Richmond county—THURSDAY, Nov. Heathville, Northampton county — FRIDAY, Nov S. Ijtncaster 01. 11.-SATURDAY, Nov. 4. All of the above meetings will commence at 12 o'clock M. Local committees will take especial pains to secure full attendance at each of these meetings. HON. W. H. H. STOWELI, will address the j liUaens of the Fourth Congressional District, at i the following times and places desig_ated be I ovv. Local Committees of the Republican I jiarty in the different counties,-will at once pro ceed to give notice of the meetings, and invite | the Democrats to discuss the questions of the day: Meadsville, Halifax county—THURSDAY, Nov. : 3. Pittsylvania C. 11., Pittsylvania coitnly—Fßl- , DAY, Nov. 3. Danville, Pittsylvania couniy -- SATURDAY, , Nov. 4. , ; ihaiiotteC. H., Charlotte couniy—MONDAY, Nov. 6. .IIJIXIEWILLOUOHBYandCOL. EDWARD j DANIELS will address their...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 November 1871

(guttling £tnU gmmuit *B-_M__S DAILY, SEMI WEEK!.- AND WEEKLY, AT tlO. Dl_Rj -Main- sikii, Kichmoni', VtRoIMA. liniAKII DANIEL!". lalitor niol VlauuKei. TERMS: DAILY. line year *« OC j Three months 1 SO Six months is ou | une mouth Ml I SEMI-WEEKLY. [ last Kl> EVKRY TtfSSS-T AXI) mtllAT.] tie year $2 all j Three months T.i Six mouths 1 2a I One month... _l WLEKLY. [ISSUED EVtaiT WEDSESIIAT.]*, One year In 80 | six months 7* CLUB RATES KOU SEMI-WEEKLY: One Yea:-. Si>: Jlt'inth*. Three Months. TO copies....til (Hi •: ,-,u * i 7:. ill copies.... a) on in en .'i OU "II copies 35 (HI 17 ,MI S 7.'. •,il copies.... 7.1 II" 37 i.ll 18 75 B_TSl>ecimen copies of each edition sent free, Thursday i;\ i:\iXi;, NOV. 2, isti. KEEP IT BKV-tlB THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER Till'; FUNDING DILL THE TANKS (IF THE STATE WILL BE NC LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OR DOUBLE WHAT _____ ARE NOW!! That USUDBR the Funding Dili, NOT A DOLLAR IX MONKY WILL EVHB IIKACII THE STATK TRE...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 November 1871

ivmm Mtitte TiimUSDAY KYENINU, NOV. 2, IS7I. [From Hie l.iiinsville Oonimtr lal.J \ IIIIUT 1'.A11.1'.0 VI) TRAN-ACTIOIV, | fixe riirsnpeiike nml Oliln Railroad liny line | ilillimi Dollars or Sitock to l>c limned hy the I.oulhvlllp. I'liirinnntl nnd l.exlii-lun Knil rond. Whenever any great railroad interest is i secured by a company we are accustomed : to hearing the inevitable Tom Scott asso- ! i culled with it. We look upon the I'eim- i svlvania Central railroad a< a huge gor- I mandi-MT, whose ambition is to swallow j lines of railroads and make connections in | ; every direction. Hence, when a rumor ; i «-as circulated on the street yesterday that [ ' :i niillion dollars of stock iv the Short-line - i railroad bad changed hands, of course, tho Pennsylvania railroads were credited with the purchase. But it was a mistake for once. At a meeting of the stockholders of the i Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington rail- i road, soma months ago, the contracting 1 powers were autho...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 November 1871

(SMttiufl Jftati 3foimuil < •i .ii I.', i .. ..', isrt.j* JOU.I W. HOLTXi nt! Cily i.-ilor. | LOCAL, -VIyVTTIOKSJ. l 1 : l ■Ill)>iTKKld'S jiriiiti-il :ii It* STATE .lin HNAL .'in. •'. ill ii" ' ~ ii :._.-_on .i I - ,y nHI»_W»T»-OTMI Tl.Yl'll._r:i>. TllP CASH inn.- ac-OlßD__} all urili .-. il Write tin- u.'ini"" iii lie -isartad rKHFLI'TLY ' i II.AIIV Hi OHM* unit no (iron mn> 0C( ii. illTlliLUAJi- KO-U-VEKS. , -or Ihe ili.ii. .(. It. Pnl'llA I. WILLI- .1 .ROT, I IA MITEL 1. -WT-VBL-. Tor ili»' Hollar. n. \\ BmrANN*-!*, n.s «il_i HOIiVrKL. KI'.NT, IIEMJVMH.M ;:. JOHN HANKIN. I'm' tin' Honsr, IVefU Henrico. i; <■. \ \\< ENT. .mux wonnni'in ii. , l.iial .\ule — .Mayer Rose, nl' l-'iuii liei.-.hic.v, was mi lho:__ir i .rounds yeaUs-ay. Til* lirand Division Sons nf Teillpei .•tiicp ill' Vircjivia cgmuitjnced it.-, annual scs- i a last night, at the hall of Marion 1/ivi- ' i, Nn. 11. AI si 1-iM' hour it mljonrirtd ] ii meet this (JVenifig uf 7 o'clock, in the hall j nl' ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 November 1871

prnr.tsiiun lIAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, Ns. 913- Main Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS; DAlLY—tii pi r yi'.'ir; six months,*-; t_IM months, t1.60; 1 month, BO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2..W per year; six mo ♦ l 2fl: three months, 7e cents, WEEKLY—*]..- per year ; six months, 75ce-ts s_TH'_'-A"-ln/l 7 SEMI IVEEKLY JOURNAL clubs at ejctremily Cs_ ro/ir. .'I'I'OI.VT.VIKM'S FOR *«**_*___*_, It. D. DEOKLEY, Esq., will address lbs cili- j Hens of Virginia as folio- * : Lancaster ©•. H.—SATURDAY, Nov. I. All of the above meetings will commence at la ! o'clock M. Local committees will take especial ■ pains to secure full nth-dance at each of these : meetings. HON. W. H. H. STOWELL will nddi-ess the I liizens of the Fourth Congressional District, at the following limes and places designated be low. Local Committees of the Republican party In the dilfcrciii counlies, will at once pro ceed to give notice of the meetings, nnd invito Ihe Democrats to dis«uss the <|iiestions of the Danville, Pittsyl...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 November 1871

I character of tlie production referred to, i when he next calls upon (General Wickham, the Vice-President of the Chesapeake and • Ohio Railroad, for his salary as tlie counsel of that road, to take with him on extract of so much olhis speech as refers to General salutation; or when he next rises to address Judge Rives as the presiding officer of the district Court of the I'nitcd States, that he should request thai, a like extract be entered upon the minutes of that court, as a feeble expression of his appreciation of the charac ter of that able and upright judge; or what would be better still, in his next interview with President Huntington at the meeting in Xew York of the Hoard of Directors, ho should request permission to read the same speech as a clear and logical exposition of the spirit of justice and liberality which characterizes tho Democratic leaders of Vir ginia, of whom " 1 " am chief. Although we are given to understand clearly enough in what the ignorance, cor ruption...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 November 1871

mer were to say to us that ho was alxiut to plant twenty-five pear trees for profit—that I is for market purposes—and that ho desired a suggestion as to the varieties and number of each variety he should set out, we would have no hesitation in giving him the follow ing list: Two Kearly Catharine, two Cif fard, four summer Julia, five Manning's Klizabeth, three .Hartleft, five Seckel, and four Lawrence. These ripen in tho order they arc placed. It appears that these varieties do well | everywhere, and are therefore particularly I adapted to general cultivation. They are very productive, the trees hardy and vigor- I ous in their growth, and tho fruit generally lerfect. The early Catharine and Seckel are not early bearers, but when they once commence they seldom fail in giving an abundant crop. In purchasing the trees bo careful to sc ect good specimens ; have them taken up with all the roots possible ; transplant with very attention ; stake firmly placing the stakes at an angle, with ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 November 1871

(FRIDAY, NOVEMHER 3, 1871. | EY TELEGRAPH. HY CONTRACTOR INDICTED. DEXTER'S TIME BEATEN. Steamer Disabled and Qnarantinefl, NEW -TOIMK ITEMS. WASHINGTON NEWS. r'-T4.1. IMIIIi VI II 1 IIIUIAVIIS' FAIR. Proclamallon Concei nlng South Carolina Proclamation Concerning South Carolina. Washington, Nov. 3.—A proclamation is pending restoring Marion county to civil rights and placing Union county under martial law. These are South Carolina dis tricts, but the nomenclature of the new constitution calls them counties. . Army Contractor Indicted Cincinnati, Nov. 3. —The Federal Grand Juiy has indicted Beiij. F. Davidson, army contractor, for presenting fraudulent vouch ers for forage, amounting to seventy thou _« ' j, -tranter Di.abled and Quarantined. Maria" from Brunswick, for England, put in here for repairs, having been ashore. She was placed in quarantine with one case of fever on board. ■ I.i Dexter*. Time Beaten. Philadelphia, November 3. —Goldsmith Maid beat Lucy for three thousand dol...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 November 1871

felling £taU goimutt rUBMSHRD DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY Ns. 912 M Main Street, Richmond, \ TERMS: DAILY—4i- Ist year; six mouths, *-; thr months, tl.*o; 1 month, CO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.S() per year; six month *1 2ft; three months, 7ft cents. WEEKLY—*l.fiOper year; six months, 7ft cen HWWEEKLYand SEMI-WEEKLY JOUENA clnbt •„ extremely low ratet. APPOINTMENTS FOR -PEAKING. HON. W. 11. 11. STOWELL will address th i itivtens of tin' Fourth Congressional District, a the following times and places dcsig-Atrd be low. Local Committees of Ihe Reptiblica party in thn different counties, will at once pio reed to give notice of the meetings, and InTl S th- Democrats to discuss the questions of t le Charlotte C. IL, Charlotte county—MONDA. Nov. 6. JUDGE WILLOUGHBY and COL. EDWAR DANIELS will address tlieir fellow-citi-en the following places: FAIRFAX OOUSTT. Fairfax C. ll— MONDAY, Nov. (!, at 12 M. The Conservative candidates are invited to a joint discussion. Hon. CHARLES 11. POUTER, autho...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 November 1871

i «-__-*_-* i ; DAILY. One year to ot' j Three months.... 1 «i Six months *3 (it) | One month All KKMI-WKEKLY. LlssfKl) KVrRY f_____ ASD FSIDAT.] ne year *_ M 1 Three monlhs 7,1 Six months i U| Cms month v WEEKLY. [msCKD KVK.RT WED.VBeDAT.} One year T l Ao | Six months 75 OLUH KATES Fill! SEMI WEEKLY : One T../,-. Sir Months. Th.c. Months. i copies *i|l no UN |I 7" 111 copies.... ai oo in 00 B 00 20 copies :i,-, mi 17 i'.u I |_ 60 copies 73 IK) W . r 'l 18 7A __TSpecimen copies of each edition sent free. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. I, 1871. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, THAT I.VDER IHB FUNDING BILL THE TAX MS OK THE STATE WILL B_ NC I.KSS THAN QNjB DOLLAR I I'(IN T THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OS DOUBLS WHAT _____ ARE NOW ! ! That under ____ Funding Hill NOT A DOLLAR IN MONEY will. ever REACH THE -TATE __*___*** !IY AT PKE -_**_ RATES, Afi Till; oiUPONS ARE MADE KEi'EIVAIiI.K rOR TAXES, AMI WILL add i:e BOUGHT OT ny Tin: County Treasurers at a discount, and turned oyer to tiik State in ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 November 1871

(gytttteg #tntc journal. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. I, I*7l. __-_■ m iwm-, Under tin ahor, caption, ice cheerfully aitt space to all articles suitot.h for po'.ti. o'oa>. mli n<ti r it i . possible to do SO. Wt must nit I" considered as endorsiny or Opposing Ibe n I—f tkf th H_ o too. articles appear in}hi.l column, out siaijdy us desl roM of enconiayiny fiSCUteion of quettiont likely I* effect public int. 'rest. Till': i:i.i:<!Tio>>. A Ffiv Plain **_—____ SI). VII. Thus far, I have oll'crcil reasons why the Republican party shnulil not lie exchanged I'or the Democratic, or any other political organization. Hut objections arc raised, and the chief of them is, that the Radical policy tends to centralization, and to the destruction of the public liberties. There is nothing in the history of the Republican party during the rebellion, or since its close, to frighten those who love free institutions from their propriety. There is much clamor, it is true, about Radicai outrages ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 November 1871

H\ TELEGRAPH. ATTEMPT AT LYNCH LAW. l'"Vom >~.iii B-*_-__ol*_oo< the _______ nan FOR -.\_A__-. RAID BY APAOHES. TRIAL OF COMMUNIST ASSASSINS. The < ii'oi'«-i;i I iegislal inc. _________IC____*. AFFAZXts-. I- roiil Smi .'nun i-n. San Prancitco, November -I. —The Chi nese companies are sueing in Lot Angelos for damages, on account of the recent mas sacre of Chinese in that place. The Apaches, on the 11th of October, sixty strong, attacked a ranehe on the San Simon, in Arizona, and killed one man, wounded another, and burned the place. Captain Smith, of the 21st infantry, writes that the Indians were pursued by troops, and were found to come directly from tlie reservation of Canada Alamosa. " There are live hundred Indians on the ra tion rolls at Camp I irant, and on last ration day only fifty answered : the remainder being on the war-path, AtteuiiH at Evneli-I.nw in I iiiliuun. I.ouisri/le, Km., November 1. —Last night, a mob collected about the jail in Jeifersonvillo, Indian...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 November 1871

•Arming gMt |c*utttal "OITII->ll l"\ TO FOREKJN llllU'olt l- TIO.\S." This was the tenor of R. T, Daniel's speech when he accepted the Conservative nomination, ami alluded to tho triumph of the Pennsylvania Central railroad over that close corporation, the Fredeiicksburg rail road, of which Mr. Daniel is counsel, to the triumph of the same company over j Moncure Robinson, Commodore McCrcady I and tlieir allies, who for years have im- ] posed heavy burdens on tlie people of i Richmond, and tried to divert commerce from their city to its great detriment. Our i candidates are in favor of foreign corpora tions bringing their wealth and enterprise into Virginia, and developing her immense mineral and agricultural resources, and giving employment to the mechanic and la boring man. Vie want money here and I cheap freights. We want no Chinese poli cy here, to build walls around old Virginia and exclude foreigners with their money, skill and energy. If Mr. Daniel is the ad vocate of the R...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 November 1871

(_rwu.ttfl estate #enmw.. j' rrstußßß . j,| I'AII.Y, SEMI WEEKLY ANH WEEKLY, | a AT | j '10. Mt_| Mais Strkkt, R____MS_», Yih-u-ia. ' KllVt AHl> IMMELft. Editor i.v.l ***■___•,. ' TERMS: - I) A I L V . ; One year tt OC j Three months.... IHI ( . ■_!______ *_1 ou I lme month n SEMI-WEEKLY. [issued _y i.kv tiksi'Ay asd Friday.] lie year -.2 flu J Three months 7,1 t Xix mouth.- 12-1 One month 24 : , WEEKLY. . [ISSUED KVSRT WBD-ESDAT.] One year 91 60 |-ix months 7.1 - OLI __ RATESKOU SEMI-WEEKLY: One i'ear. Sir Months. Three Mantl.s. TS copies.... »11 00 ... 611 M.l IU copies _() mi II) iH) Aim t _0 copies 8.1 W 17 M S 7/i . AU copies 76 till 37 HI 18 76 ' __rS|'.-. in leu copies of each edition tent. free. MONDAY ..VEXING, NOV. ti, ls7l. i » ■■- - ■""""■ I KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, ( THAT UNDER THE FUNDING RILL THE TAXKSOF Till', STATE WILL ISE WC : LESS THAN ON I. DOLLAR ITON TDK HUNDRF.D DOLLARS' VALLA- ] TION, OR DOLBLI. WHAT THKY , ARE NOW! ! That under the Funding Rill j not a...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 November 1871

MONDAY BVSNiNO, NOV. ii, 1871. — ... _ — i The Chr.aeeaKe an.l Ohio Knilrond. The Wheeling Jnleltig, neer of October ;ilst makes the following mention of the i Chesapeake and Ohio railroad: "In a few months more this great line ' will be completed from the Ohio river, at ! the mouth of liig Sandy, to the falls of the ! Kanawha river, above Charleston. Ilie dispatches announced yesterday that the | company had see-trod a controlling interest . in the Cincinnati and Louisville 'Short-line' | railroad, which is a very important exten sion of their line. As our readers know, the whole line extends from Richmond to : ' the Ohio river, a distance of between four ] and five hundred milts, two hundred miles of which belong to West Virginia. The '■ road is already built and running from j Kichmond to the While Sulphur Springs, in this State. The gap between the \Vlnte ' Sulphur and Charleston, n difficult and ' costly piece of road, requiring a great deal ' of tunneling, is being pushed forw...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 November 1871

'1 he f innni ml Affairs of South Curolnui- Olll clal Statement liy the Goiemor unit Oilier I State Oflicers. j i Nets J -;■-•, November (i. The World |« states that the entire State government of j ! South Carolina is here. It says "the ' ' American Bank-Note company printed j \ twenty millions of bonds for Mr. Kcnipton, j ' the financial agent of the State. It is said j that Governor Scott admits that the bonds ! were printed, but denies that all were is- j sued, out does not state the amount issued. I Kempton, it is asserted, brings claims against the State for services and commis sions amounting to four millions, antl other j State officers have not dared to resist pay ment thei eof. Thousands of it is for re- \ newals, which were credited as new loans. I The commissions have more than swallow- i ed the original loan. The expenses of the last Legislature, amounting to $800,000, have been paid." The World concludes by stating that its information is from a source entitling it to ...

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