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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 November 1871

•Arming gMt |c*utttal "OITII->ll l"\ TO FOREKJN llllU'olt lTIO.\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 railroad, 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 corporations bringing their wealth and enterprise into Virginia, and developing her immense mineral and agricultural resources, and giving employment to the mechanic and laboring man. Vie want money here and I cheap freights. We want no Chinese policy here, to build walls around old Virginia and exclude foreigners with their money, skill and energy. If Mr. Daniel is the advocate of the ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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 extension 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 forwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 November 1871

'1 he f innni ml Affairs of South Curolnui- Olllclal 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 commissions amounting to four millions, antl other j State officers have not dared to resist payment 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 the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 November 1871

PUBI.IBRRn DAiLY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, No. -111. Mala Street, 111. l.iiiond. Vs. TERMS : DAILY—*_ P"'"" .V"ar; six month", S3; three months, *I.__; 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY— SUM p Pr year; six month., $1 2A: three months, 75 rents. WEEKLY--.l._.iieryear; six months, 75 cents SkWWBEKLYand SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low rattt. ■ . ... €vt\xms __%tt? f 0 .mml GENERAL ITEMS. The Louisiana State fair will open on ! the 18th. —The Home Journal ney* Whitelaw Reid is worth 8-0,000 or . 40,000. —President Grant on Saturday appointed Mr. George H. Bokor, of Philadelphia, Minister to Constantinople. —Louisiana planters estimate that less than half a crop of sugar, or about 130,000 hogsheads, will be raised this year. -—Stephen Waterman of I .ovidence, a cotton dealer, and a member of the City Council and State Legislature, committed suicide by shooting. —A German paper states ex-Emperor Napoleon's income to be $25,000 a year, which will be increased to .80,000 by the proce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 November 1871

TERMS. O V I 1. V . One year oc ' Three months 1 N, l Six months ill im | One month Ml SEMI-WEEKLY. lis—•-. I, BVEBY rt'K_liAT AMI KKII.AV .] ue year f.'_ WI Three months 7. yix mou'lis 1 26 | One month __> j i WEEKLY. [l_sr_lJ BVEBT WEtiXESDAT.] One year el 60 | six months 76 i CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Sir Months. Three Months. 5» copies.... .11 0U .."..'.(I . _76 Id copies.... 20 00 111 en 6 IHi .'0 copies _.'i HI 17 6(1 8 76 50 copies ... 76 00 87 50 18 75 __rspecuuen copies of each edition sent free. , TrKSDAV EVENING., NOV. 7, is;l. KEEP IT BEI-'OrtE THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER THE FINDING BILL THK TAXESOK THE STATE WILL BE j Uf LE&S THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON THK HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA- j TION, OR DOIRLE WHAT THEY ARE NOW!! That under the Funding P>ii,i, not a dollar in money wild ioyek reach the state treasury at prehlcnt rates, as thh coupons are i made receiyaillb for taxes, and j will all be bouuht up by the ! Cobnty Treasurers at a disc...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 November 1871

(fveninn .-ftate gmttnat ; •' ~ ; *~ i TUESDAY KYKNING, NOV. 7, 1871. t •_____?_____==?r_r!__!___T----— ———-_-_-_-— . lii.- Latent Kh-Klii. Oiid-ttu. in Ilaii.ill. — \ Kepnhlli mi Meeting iitiil., ii lii by a - 111-nun riili, >liib—-The -Via.or i .werlr___ ■ i Dan vim,.:, Va., November ii, 1871. a To the Editor of Ihe Stale .Ion: Hal .- i Alter a notice of two weeks duration, . anil after having rented tlie Masonic Hall for that purpose, the Republicans of Danville held (or attempted to hold) a mass f meeting on Saturday evening last. The ! ' object of which was to listen lo the Repub- J lican nominees and other gentlemen, mem- ' bers of the party. .Just before the meetiug J ' was opened, the Democrats proposed to j I divide time with us ; and also to close the discussion. The Republicans not having had this courtesy extended to them in the I » Democratic meetings very properly declined | to accede to this very conservative proposi- i tion. This made the Democrats mad, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 November 1871

d-vmint) .Mute TUESDAY EV.S_.INQ, NOV. 7, 18,1. IN .MTIIV. TIME. Willi llll__ll__ ulllllanl »olil and red, I In- w:11:i11rr Miiiiiiiin woods up- (raj Anil in tin' deep ''In - uii'i tread Tlit- miii shines _____ nml -oil to-day. The late October winds art 1 bl Their iuuii whispered low ami swift w hi!.' far away tin- nine hill* stand Willi valley vapors rouiul their feet. Aero. ■ the azure of tin l _k_ The milky cloud-shapes wanderl-* sail. Southward tin' roving »on--_-____< n.v, And _____ tlie stubble pipe* tin- omul. Alone tlie wlndlai path we ro, Through flaW- in which tin- aster nods: Ami over .real, slopes where grow The yellow-painted golden rods,— Alor.fr the path hy field and hill, Wit* many a lightly-spoken .)_•', Pturt golden orchard rowi where •tni The robin shows his crimson breast,— I'ntilat lust the woods we gain. And there, witli -limit und .rasWag »oiim.. We beat tli" bough" till downward ruin The ripened nuts upon the ground. Ail other sour.de around are h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 November 1871

dvmtofl £tatc m____i DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Fl*. Bl'.M Mnin Street, Rlrhmand, Va. TEKMS: DAILY—♦« per yenr; six month.. »..; three months, ♦1.50; 1 mouth, 60cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—•2.SO per year; six months, II to; three months, 7_ cent*. WEEKLY—»I:_O per year; . U months, 72 cents VS~WBEKLYond SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL clubt at extremely low ratet. €xtm\\§ £tate Journal. THE BOTTOM RAIL Oi. TOP—WE WON'T STAT UNDER. Our Republican friends in Virginia may see from the elections in other States much to encourage them. The great Democratic stronghold of New York has tumbled, and is but a mass of ruins. In that State we have carried the election by more than twenty-five thousand, electing a two-thirds majority of the I/egislature. Kansas has gone with New York by a largely increased majority, and Minnesota also by nearly 15,000. The great State of Wisconsin, too, sends us a greeting, and proclaims all is well. The West, too, through Illinois, speaks 25,000 in our favor. New Jersey elects ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 November 1871

SEVII-V. Etkl.Y. |l_il-| I' BVEKY TT__nAT A_l> FRIDAY.] ne year .-- 801 Three month." Six months 1 2_ | One month ** WEEKLY. [l.erßD EVERT WK.tINBMDAT.] One year *1 HI Six month- W CLUB HATES FOR SEMI-W EEKLY : One Year Si.r Months Three Months •5 copies.... .11 "il *5 * W'* 111 copie. .... _■ M in (Hi 6 no ii copies M im 17 Ml * ■"' CO copies... Tl IM 37 Ml l> '■• __rsi»'i urn ii copie_ of each edition sent free. We have no doubt great disappointment is felt by members of the Republican party over the largely increased majority by which we were defatted. The general iuijuiry this morning is, "how is it po__-_btl our enemies have obtained so large a majority?" The answer is plain and simple, and we give it the more readily, in view ol the fact, that yesterday is not likely to be the last time we will have a lick at them. Here it is in plain English. While many colored men worked nobly at tho polls, with an occasional exception white men of the party were too mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 November 1871

WEDNESDAY EVEN IN fc., NOV. 8,1871. I.ri« Al. HEADIJiIIS Tl'l.ll' TnOC SKKDS.--.Soin- observer say» that seeil from young tulip trees, which arc eas.ily accessible, are mostly false, and of course will not grow. On olil trees, the seed is generally plump. Drained Land and Drouth.—A correspondent at Milo, New York, says :— " Drained land lias stood our two years' ilinuth lietter Uinn undrained, and a free l_M of gypsum has helped out the Of""*! very much." Slauuhter.n.. llwis—On the score of humanity the New England Farmer advises killing hogs by shooting in the head with a pistol ball, or a wooden plug fired usually gained hy making the animals comfortable ; they need shelter from storms and cold ; they want fresh air, a variety of food, regular meals and undisturbed rest. They should not fear their attendants, nor be accustomed to different ones. Sugar Bkets for Boos.—A writer in The Practical Farm, r says that he linds the sugar beet very good fo fatten his hogs with. He begins wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 November 1871

tfi'cnittc, rfnate fount....; WEDNESDAY E. ENIJ.G,-NOV.B,IB7__ Tiinitiui.i: Diswri us at ska. A Water-led.nl llriu witli a O.ui! rr.- — I.O_« of Thirly-three ..toiler-. Tiie steamship MoMS Taylor, iVotu Honolulu and Australia, arrived at San I'rancisco, No\ember 5. She ropoiis ha\:ng boarded the water-lodged brig ShelcbofT ' from San l-'rancisco to t'allao, and fomil all j dead except the captain, who was saved, I though hardly breathing, lie also reports | a terrible disaster to the Arctic whalinc; lleet; caught in the ice ; thirty-three vessels were crushed and abandoned. The captains of the whalers Arctic, Gayliead, Minerva, Eliza Swift, Reindeer, Ktigenia and j facia, who had arrived at Honolulu, fur- ! tiishcd Ihe following details of the loss of. tho whaling fleet: The vessels commenced arriving, says Captain Thatadiue, on- the Ist of May. The Ist of .I tine the ice opened and let the fleet up within sight of tape Navarino, the fleet working northwards. Found some whales cross...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 November 1871

—— ! ■ j THE LESSONS OF THE CANVASS. It is always easy, after a defeat, to make an order of battle which would have given a decisive victory. Criticism upon adverse* in war is frequently thus forestalled, but it j is nevertheless true that most great and sue- j cessful soldiers have learned from defeat j how to win victories. In the recent contest wo were compelled I to fight under some disadvantages of position, wholly beyond our control. The unjust and wicked gerrymandering | of the State was one of the most prominent j of these. By a system of districting, which | made the representative basis vastly larger in the Republican than in the Democratic districts, and disregarded all contiguity of territory, nearly one-fifth of the Republican strength was lost. This less was as real, and as much in violation of every principleof justicc,as if twenty thousand Republican voters had been excluded from the j polls by force. We have before shown at length the iniquitous character of this tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 November 1871

l CHI.IsIO * ] DAILY, BEMJ-WKHKT.Y' AND WEEKLY,' AT No. 9VIH Main Strut, Rtcanosr. Vieoisia. | I EDWARD DAM ELS, Editor nn.l Ainiiaier. . TERMS I I II A I I. \ . in... n'lii »t> IS' | Three months— 1 H i sixmonths (is on I One month '(I BEMi-\vei:kh. [issrsn kvsrv ti ksi.av ash fbidav.] ne year +2 fsi I Three months 7ft i sivtnoiille I 10 | One inonlh 2T> , WEEKLY. ', [iSst'ED KVKRT WBDSESSAT.] ( One year *I M I Sit months 7/i I CLUIt RATES FOR SEMI WEEKLY ! ihlti Yntf. Sir Moiltha. Three Month*. Zi copies til no i:> m *j 7"i In copies mi no 10 00 :• (»i M copies .1.1 00 17 M H 7.'. M copies.... 70 HO 37 50 IS 7;' i copies of each edition sent free. Till II.SDAV EVENING, NOV. D, 1871. Al . l.'._ ... 1 . A CARD. Tub Lii.irii. Ei'iioK Off rut: "Si in Jochn it,,*' In a speech at Alexandria on Wednesday laat, Senator Taylor said that Mr Daniels. In the , ottiee of the Radical paper in Leesburg, had saitl in the ju-esence of two gentlemen that lie was in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 November 1871

iiI'RSDAY EVENING, NOV. !>, 1871. I IENOVATINO A POOR FARM. — irrespondont makes the following ,ent with request for advice : "1 j itely come in possession of a worn•m, but which was formerly considt fertile as any in the neighborhood— y the way, that contains as good farm I any I know of. Had management, ting'of continuous cropping without ■ manure for a long time, probably iars, and generally shiftless tillage, educed the soil, or productiveness of nn, so that it docs now hardly bring ill enough to cut, and the grass can md food in the low places, while the and the knolls are pretty much bare, what I wish to know is the be,st and profitable course to pursue to bring rm in good condition. ' ihout giving specific advice for this articular case, for wo have not sufficient j nowledge of the circumstances to do so, re will indicate some moans by which we j link land iv the condition described might c profitably brought into better. First, j re will say there are two methods,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 November 1871

dveninn journal ' H.VLNINC, NOV. '■'. >' BBYI TELEGRAPH. ! THE RECENT ELECTIONS MISSaSSIPPI REPUBLICAN BY 15,000 ; THE _K>Y YORK ELKCTIOX l\ j Bounty and Back-claim Forger Arreted ■ FATAL RENCONTRES Ma«*MaohUr*ettr« RttOCr* &<•. efce. iec. &o. Ac U.KCTION SI tIVMIIV. H'ashiutjlou, Xov. S.- -Ikuket's niiljorily in New Jersey is ahout 4,."iii!). The Legislature stands : Senate, !_ Republicans nnd !> l>eiiioci:its ; Assembly, Republican* niul 'l.i Dsmocrata, Returns from all accessible pohils in Minnesota indicate a Republican majority of from S.OOO to 10,000. The anti-Tainiiiany party in Xew York city elects all the aldermen, and 1"> out of j •JI assistant aldermen. The latest count of the Xew York Legislature is us follows: Senate, 24 Republicans and 8 I 'emocrats ; Assembly, 40 Republican majority. Horatio Seymour is defeated. Tilden is elected by 3,f100 majority. Curtis and Sedgwick beat Jones...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 November 1871

Afflrlal Paper for (he Oovernmcnl. RATES OF ADVERTISINO. ONE DOLLAR per nqimre of ei«ht line*, solid uonpurlel. SPECIAL RATES mnde at eonnter, or by contract, with regular patron*. (iwttfofl £ tat* jjommt THE lIREAT FIRES OF THE NORTH- ! " 1 KST. „ The accounts, both of the woods and t city fires, impress upon us some facts in v combustion of great practical importance, j r and which have been ignored to a great ex- f tent in this country. First. Our cities are laid out without ref- j erence to fire spaces, where a stand can be 0 made in a great (ire. In Chicago, especial- \ ly ot all cities, the most exposed to fire., by t reason of its vast prairie environment and ; t fierce winds, we find several miles of com- c partly built blocks, largely wooden, with E no parks or vacant squares. No city or r village should be built without such spaces. 1 Health, convenience of business, and safety alike require them. 1 Second. The total inadequacy of ordinary j ii fire-proof buildings and saf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 November 1871

rCBI.ISHEB DAILY, SKMI-WI.KKI.Y AMI WEKKi.Y, tlo. 91-H Mil.* Stsiit. Kich.oxii, Virsh-m. IDWAKD DANIELS, Kditor aud ftlana«»i TERMS: DAILY. One year W lie! Three month.-— 1 00 Six mouth* ♦.'OX! I < I"'' month fio SEUI-WEEKLY. [ts-CKli EVERY 1 l 1.-I'AV AM! FRIDAY.] i.c year t- m I Three months 7fi 8 * month* 1 2/i I One month ** WEEKLY. [l*avßD fcVHRT WEIINBPDAY.J One year $1 M | Six months Il OLTTIt KATES FOR SEMI WEEKLY I On* ]>,»/■. *-»_Bi-sl>, T/n.i ItemßtS. "5 cobles... til oil *J 7.'i 111 COllli'B... 20 OU HI "H " ii" '.ii copies S.i Wl 17 60 Ml copies 75 IHI .17 Wl 19 7» Ss-TSpeoimi'ii copies of each edition sent fire. i I'.IDW EVENLNQ, NOV. in, isTi. REJOICE. As Ihe smoke lifts from tfaa battle fUM uf the 7th of November, wo are enable lo discover the iniiiieilialc results of the great eoutest in which nine Slates were engaged. As a whole, it is full of encouragement for us. The mighty Slates of the North and West have wheeled grandly into li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 November 1871

Friday evening, now io, is7i.| AKTICK TIIK BATTLE. Wo clip from the Baltimore American \ the following article, which says precise!}' what we feel ami belter*, on this subject, anil commend its profound wisdom and excellent spirit (o our cotemporaries. The American is one of the hest papers in the Country, and may wrl! be ;;];ul and proud of its nohle record and its success iv compelling (rem its opponents ihe respect it deserves: The close of a political campaign is to us j a happy deliverance from a strain of excitement—a sort of Saturdiy night to the \ laboring man —plump sundown, and the happiest hour ol the "week." When victory comes with the season of rest, which in our State and city contests lias not been vouchsafed to us for a year of Sundays, we shall be moderate and kindly disposed to our political opponents, more especially as they have ot late abandoned the rancor with which we Radical Republicans were formerly treated. The earnest and determined manner in which we have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 November 1871

HY TELEORAPH. RAILROAD ACCIDENT STKiAMi;U jusiutvi:!) Protest Against a Paid Fire Department —,— E-mteat I'-oi-oigru lNFe*wathe i.onn itavoH's is\v»i n i\ i,o\i»«v P.-etrst Asnin-1 n Pali Fire Penal Ileal In Nan Orleans. .Ycic Orleans, La., Nov. 10. —A protest by tho underwriters, press ami people will probably cause the city administrator- be rescind tho resolutions establishing a paid lire department in place of the present volunteer system. Trie Chicago tire is cited against paid lire departments. Kailroatl Matters. Chicatjn, Xov.!).- The western extension of the Baltimore ami Okie railroad is to come into this city on the track of the Illinois Central railroad, from Calumet Station. These companies, together with the Michigan Central and Chicago, and Burlington and Quiney roads, will build a union passenger depot, for this purpose it is inn levstood they will apply to the city to sell them all thai part of the Lake Park north of VanJßuren street,upon which they propose to build ...

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