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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 August 1872

PPBI.IBHBD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, So. 9\M% MiUm Street, Ki.hmonH, Va. TERMS: DAIIjY—S6 MV year; six months, \" ; three -nonths, il.fiO; 1 month, fin cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.fiO per year; six months, )_/,; three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY—ftl.ftO per year; six months, 7ft cents *_T WEEKLY and SKMI-WKEKLY JOURNAL Clubs at extremely torn rates. POLITICAL. l) ETVaUMM M__f___M_ MEETING. COLONEL JOHN" W. JENKINS, Presidential Elector at Large, will address the people on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following: times and places: LAWRENOEVILLE, Brunswick Co., July 22; HIOKSFOKD, Greensville Co., July 27 ; COURT HOUSE, Dinwiddie (Jo., July 31 ; COURT HOUSE. Nottoway Co, Ann. 1 ; BURKEVILLE, Nottoway Co., Aug. 2; FARM VILLE, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3; COURT HOUSE, Ohtirlotte Co , Aug. ,'>; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co.. Aug. 6; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co.. Aug. 7; Other distinguished speakers will also be pres ent and address the people. O-EO, W. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th Dist. Com. Jo«kp...

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 August 1872

rr._.i*aai ■• \. SK-M-WKKKJA AN!' .-.Ki11,, | »■ No nl_M Mil* s-iKit., l.'ics-o-'i' \i-i.»_u lilfWlNU DA-lIUUs. s-"rfi«.r nml Mnnnaer. 1 I.HMS II » I I. I on-year tt or j Thfw m_i_-t__l .1 to cU month:-...... +.i wl Ope.month ft" •i. .n-\» i:_.s_i.y imsttKD -»kht Tr_*nA. Ann -SH..T.I lib. v-ixr . .*■_ fin I Three months 7t> «V» e.-clr-. . } _.'. ! One molllli 2 VI FICKI.Y IlllSCKti E-KHT (V I- l'V--]'A ll,eye.li *1 M | Shi __________ M t'UUII lIATT-SFOli SEM-WI'.I.KI.Y (-/i- liar. Sir Months. Thre.? Months, o copie. »ll (HI ft tO till: ill copies..., n 00 Id mi ti H ~, i ,'i'H- N (XI 17 do «, 7fi M copies 7ft HO S7 (Ml ' IK 7ft *_"S|ieelmen copies of each edition sent free THURSDAY EVE'G, AUG. 1, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET YOU rl-ESIDKNT: _"_(_• Y(_o]_M- W. t_fr_t______K , l. OF 11.1.1X015. FOR VICI-I'r.ESIDKNT: _.ii<_.r««r_r_Y \vii_,«o_v, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Lintel's I'ur the Stale at JLargc, CObO_*__t- Jllltl. V lENKINS, t'lll.ONl I. JOHN !!. I'OPHAtVI. Fir. t Disirict—D...

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 August 1872

THURSDAY EVK'G, AUG. 1, 1872. SUMNER'S LETTER. His Apprul lo llir Colored People lo Vote Tor f-rrrley. "Washington, July 11. Sit —We, the undersigned citizens of color, regarding you as the purest and best friend of our race, admiring your constant course in the Senate of the United States and elsewhere, as the special advocate of our rights, and believing that your counsel at this critical juncture in the period of our :ilizenship would be free from personal I'ecling and partisan prejudice, have ventur ed to request your opinion as to what ac tion the colored voters of the nation should take in the Presidential contest now pend ing. The choice of our peoplo is now nar lowed down to General Grant and Horace Greeley. Your long acquaintance with both and your observation have enabled you to arrive at a correct, conclusion as to which of the candidates, judging from their antecedents as well as their present posi tion, will, if elected, enforce tho require ments of the Constitution nnd...

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 August 1872

W riunn _$tatc $o.muit THURSDAY KVK'i:, ATC 1, isT-'. COKM-BKCIAL. I.iiiimoii'l (irain IVlnrket. t A?sn Fro™ Ksntssas, t RicitMt xi>. Angu-.i 1, 1874. y Offerings. WiirAT— White, 6460 tnmhels; Red, SCOM bu-h ---els, t,'-ißs—White, in! bushels; m__l*d, 60. bush ejs Oats- 238 bdehels, Ri s—3AB bushels MtAI — 111 bushels. Sols* Wiiicvr— White, 800 bushels very jmm.l,+l..;.*i; 2i'U very good, *1.7e; 8808 piiiee, * 7i» SO rood. |1.60; 111 fair, 831 .v.; too choice, *1.71. 7a Very good mi\td, ll.Mi 44 common. ll.flO ; filO choice, *1.72 ; ell very gootl mixed, ,n;5. Red, !"s very good. 81 (W; IOU good, 91.81; 3w prime, $1.70; 172 common, ftl-fiPi 2 0 fair 84.A. ;WO common, (1.63. Putin- -White, :jt tm-liels very pood, 7f>c.; li.-. do., 78c. Oat-"—S4 bush'ls fair new. .V_c. Rt«—6 bn-hels nod, f..')C ; 388 very good. I 88. Meai,—bt bushel* sfic. /.' ...hihitfd. M FA 1.—40 bushels. Richmond Tobncco Warbet. Jpiff 2(i, 1878. BLACK. I,i uh—■Common to good 7 Boaß Ob Oopd 'o hue 9 0048 Ml L...

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 August 1872

dining £tate gonrnal rrsMßHui. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, S: »V2M, Main Street, I.ii hoi.n.l. Va. TERMS: DAILY—»6 per year; six months, fell three nonths, tl.flo; 1 month, 611 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY-*2.60 per year; six months, W>; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—*I.6O per year; six months, 76 rents WrWMMXtTmid SEMT-WEBKLT JOURNAL illubi at txtrtmfily low ratfU. L l POLITICAL. TJEPtIBLHiArT" MASS MEKTING. COLONEL JOHN" W. JENKINS, R-'puMican Presidential Elector at Large, wi:) address the jicople on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following limes and places: LAWRENOEVILLE, Brunswick Co Inly U • HIOKSFOKD, Greensville Co., July 27 ' COURT HOUSE, Dinwiddle Co , July 31 ■ COURT HOUSE. Nottoway Co , Aug 1 • ' RURKEVILLE, Notloway 00. Aug " FARMVILLE, Prime Edward Co., Aug .1 • COURT HOUSE, Charlotte Co , Aug. J COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co., Aug. 6 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Auk. 7; Other distinguished speakers will also lie pres ent and address the people. i GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairm...

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 August 1872

M ;,.•■ • '. *".»«'>■» '■ ■■■•"»'« ,l,\\ tun IHVim,S Mha» nti.l Munuaer. Tltl~ D A I I. V ~„eveat M W I Three month*....tl CO * k|!«l-WI'.KFl,V [ibsckd rriRT TcaaDiT inn rair.at.l ,- year M JO I Three janntha 7<| .„,...o,.tv» i » I f»no month - r ' VU-'.KKI.Y. ~-• m. »«iu w«b»wd*t.l lueyi-ai *» MI Six month* J« i i.l'll ItATFSVfiK SI'.TVil-WEEKLY; n..,' l>»r Sl.'' IftwWll farei Mnlkt ... coptee. ..*n ■ *"''» *■;';; ~i ~. „i>.... M M) 1""" .8 ■i. rot** " IK. 17 Be « •■' vcliies.... 7f. an S7 M I« "> aarillWiaiWi' eopWeal each edition sent free Mil DAY BVE'GK A.UO.: *« !»»'' NATIONAL REPUBLICS TIM. HHUMiKSIIIV.NT: UIHfSWBES m. GrRAfffSJ. OF ILLINOIS. ___ FORYICEEKESIIIENT: HiaMsnr MTLSON, (IF MASSACHUSETTS. Ih.tors lor the Slate at Lame, I'lll.llNl'.E .IHIIN AY TENKINS, I'.ll.tiNKl. JOHN H. T'OI'IIAM. First l>Utrl.<l-I>n AY. W tIOTtfH.AS-. ieeeon.l " «'. I. KAMSKKI.I.. '1 hinl " Not Supplied. I'ointl, " J.'IISS lIAAULTtIN. Villi. " Not Supplied. S.Mii " Not sup...

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 August 1872

Th« West versus the aontli The vast ndvantasc that tlm West hasar (■uired over tho South in the matter of cmi- , gration in almost entirely due to the people of the two sections rather than to any origi- Oft] advantages of soil or climate. Ihe vir- i gin soil of the -West would seem at first to ' constitute a decisive fact in determining ! settlement, but the vast distance from mar- . ket and the unhospitablc climate is a seri- 1 oum drawback. For very poor men there \ are advantages in a country where no fer- c tilizers are needed. He can get a start ' easier and in time may hope to secure in- ] dependence for himself ami family. Hut \ «*e must'expect hard work for many years, : and be prepared for privation of all kinds. Wisconsin and Minnesota are the most i promising of the Western States, and peo- ' pie who will leave Virginia tkouldffO there, ] The following is the extract by a farmer i who has settled in Wisconsin, published iv ■ the New York World, lie says : j "I often see ...

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 August 1872

-.?■ \i\\\\\] .State dfoitnut PRID.O hVK/*., ACU. :>TTs7'2, \ 11, KA t -tit H.I.V Be c< iiiic i > iii.' n«'\v laid egg, lor fi'L~ :«r- In ni Is things ; The. caono fly (MIIII lhe. "re hatched, A lid \\:< v.. :i | :iir of wbigfl. If once you break the tender shell. I he wioru: you can'i redress ; 'I In' \ok and white will nil run out, Aid make a dread In. I ' " 'Tis but a ..til.' while at best Thai hen-, nave pOWfl to lav ; Tomorrow eggs mas addled »* Thill Weft' qnti. to .i:r . . ih 'h I th.' on, li be ever llflfit Thai take* tiH'in frnssj th* keg ; There i- M hand whosp cuiium* Kkiii Can m-inl a broken egg, ll' NKVKR tOMK* A*.AI!%. Thee an- lor all ourlos es. Ihtir ;iif p ilin- lor H'l OUT pains, Rut when yonih, the dn am, depart*, It takes something lroiu our hearts, Antl ii never comes again We are stronger, and are better, I 'iiil"i- manhood's sterner reign ; Slill we feel iliat iomething sssosjl FolrtWfl youth will) flying feet, And will never come again. Something ...

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 August 1872

j > i ri ifi.it t> MASS MEETING. COLONEL JOHN~ W. JENKINS, Presidential Elector at Largo, will address the people on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following: times and plactw: LAWRENCEVILLE, Brunswick Co., July 29; HICKSFORI-. Greensville Co., July 27; COCRT HOUSE, Dinwiddle Co., July 31 ; COURT HOUSE, Nottoway Co , Aug. 1 ; BURKEYILIjE, Nottoway Co., Aug. 2; FA.RMTIt.LC Prince Edward Co., Aug S ; COURTHOUSE, Charlotte Co , Aug. 5; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co., Aug. 0 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; Other distinguished speakers wilt also be pres ent and addre-ss the people. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th List. Com. Joseph F. Evans, Secretary, Mr. Jenldan has also accepted an invitation, and will speak at Fredericksburg August Bth, and at Warsaw, Richmond county, August loth. Hy order of Republican State Ex. Coin. Dr. C. S. MILLS, John W. WoLVa, Chairman. Secretary. _____ jy 20—dswAwtau7 TO THE VOTERS OF THE FIFTH COK (.KICSMOVW. DISTRICT. At a conference held by the un...

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 August 1872

llir. HBl.rnwi iir.roii'l. " /V duty only upon tho-e article? which wo could dispense wlih, known as luxuries, and thou of which we use more than we produce. " MI duty removed from lea. eoll'ec, and other It tl 'is of universal use not produced by our » v . " ncoiimgement to homo product?, einploy i.: at to labor at living wages, and development ol' botne resources. " Disappearance of the national test-galhorw nnd rednr.tlon of the i ational debt."—Pus.''."' '~..«/« HUMftl Tin: movement to defeat President Grant is purely a personal ono in its character. It is not the platform that deteimines the value of either party, but tlie character of the men who stand upon it, and of those who sustain it. If Greeley and his princi pal supporters had left the Republican par ty because they differed with its leaders on any great public question, they might have expected to carry others with them. If tho Republican party had made (ree trade one of its planks, then the departure of Greeley with h...

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 August 1872

A QIAKER OETECTIVE._;^ We were five passengers in all; two la dies on the back seat, a middle-aged gentle man and a Quaker on the middle, and my- , self on the front. The two ladies might have been mother j and daughter, aunt antl niece, governess and charge, or might have sustained any other relationship, which made it proper , for two ladies to travel together unat tended. , The middle-aged gentleman was sprightly j and talkative. lie so«n struck up an acquaiu- , tance with the ladies; towards whom, in his zeal to rfo, he rather over done tho agree- , able—bowing and .smiting and chattering j over his shoulder in a way painfully sue- , gcative at his time of life, of a **mdr' . in the trick. He was evidently a gray lo- | ihario. . The Quaker wore the uniform of his j sect, and confined his speed), as many a ) parliamentarian would save his credit by f doing, to simple "yeas" and "nays." As for myself, I make it an invariable rule . of the road to be merely a looker-on and , listen...

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 August 1872

COMMERCIAL. Kit June ml (>niin Market. Ooaj asp FIoVI Esoranob, i RieiiMt' ni>, August :t, 1*72. $ Ofsrtngt Win.AT—White, 8730 DUshels; Ret!, 4996 bush els. Co a jt—White, 483 bushels ; mixed, SOO bush els Oats—COO bushels. Ill's - Hi bushels. Sal,S. Wubat—While, 848 busbols very good, *i 7o 203 good, in.no; 1338 choice, 5h.76; 198 very p . 884 prima, $1.72 ; GS-> , p, t. j§B KOod, $1.93; lu4 fiiime mixi'd, #1.72 . Bftfl prim-, $1.73. Red, 302 fair, $1 sa; 100 toiumou. *l.r» , ll" good, *l 80 ; so common, 81.00} lorn very ft> ul, B>i ,7o ; 156 go vi. $i 61; 830 very common, .fl 1..; 104.) vry food $1.85; ius6 i> imn, $1.7". I \,ns —v. lute, 'ia. bushels prime, so. <„ On-—goi busin is badly damaged, 3SO. i.vK---.'••j bushels (pod. 6''C. A* 'exhibited, Wriit-Whi'e,:;' bushels. Red. 492 bushels. i loss—Mlxe i, soo bufheis, O.xs—dOO bushels. Kte— \a bushels. Kielimmnl Tobacco MarUel. Arm-sT Bi 1872. BLACK. Lane —Common to gooil 7 8088 00 Good to line h OOafl .mi Ll*...

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. — 5 August 1872

published. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANT) WEEKLY, N. Hl'.'" 'lain Street, Rirhmena, Va. TERMS: DAILY—M per year; six months, W; three months, »1.«0; 1 month, «l cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—a2.6O per year; six months, ')26; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—ai.fto per year; six months, 76 cent* VB-WBF.KLYand BKMI-WKEKL7 JOUHNA.L <Vub» aj Kctmnely low rates. POLITICAL." -iITIiPIiBLICAN MAHS MEETING. COLONEL JOHN" W. JENKINS, R >|.iiMic.in Presidential Elector at Large, will address the people on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following times and places: LAWRENOEVILLE, Brunswick Co.. July 23 ; JIICKSFOKH, Greensville Co., July 27; COURT HOITSE. Dinwiddle Co., July 31 ; tCOUHT HOUSE. Nottoway Co , Aug. 1 ; WURKEVILI.E, Nottoway Co., Aug. 2; KAHMVILLE, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3 ; COURTHOUSE, Charlotte Co, Aug. 6; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co.. Aug. 6 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; Other chatlagulsnad speakers will also be pres ent and address the people. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th ltist. to...

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. — 5 August 1872

_ ,—— FOR PRESIDENT: WJK*Y*M»Waa a*. C±IiA.TST, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: HENRY WJLS-SON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Electors for the State nt Large, COLONEL JOHN W JENKINS, COLONEL JOHN R. PUPJIAM. First District—Da. \V. DOIKJLASS. second " O. P. RAMSDELL. Thiril " Not Supplied. Fourth " ROM HAMILTON Fifth " Not Supplieil. Sixth " Not Supplieil. Seventh " HECTOR DAVIS. Kii-'httl " Noi Supplied. Ninth " Or. G. UOODF.LL. I i. Congress, First Hi-trict—JAMES 11. SENER. Second " JAMES 11. I'LATT, Jr. Third " Nomination not yet made. Fcurlh " W. 11.11. STOWELL. Fililt " Noniinntion not yet maile. Sixth " Nomination not yet made. Seventh " Convention determined to> make no nominall f »n. Eighth " Nomination not vet made Nmih " HO. \V HITCHES. TIIL REVWIE RKFOItM. " A duty' drily upon those articles which we could dispense With, Stlbwh as luxuries, and those of which we use more than we produce. " All duly removed from tba.coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced by our se...

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. — 5 August 1872

oumnfcß ANSWERED. I. M.rfYtwil .limn s 11. llliiinr. Augusta, Maim-:, July 31,1871: ]{on. Charles Sumner, U. S. Senator. Dear Sir—Your letter, published in the papers of this morning, will create profound pain and regret among your former politi cal friends throughout New England. four power to injure General ('rant was exhaust ed in your remarkable speech in the Sen ate. Your power to injure yourself was not fully cxeicised until you announced an open alliance with the Southern secession ists in their efforts to destroy the Republi can party of the nation. I have but recently read with much in terest the circumstantial and minute ac count given by you in the fourth volume of your Works, of the manner in which you were BtrucU down in the Senate Chamber in 1856 for defending the rights of the ne gro. The Democratic party throughout the south, anl according to your own showing to some extent in the North also, approved that assault upon you. Mr. Toombs, of Georgia, openly announced hi...

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. — 5 August 1872

Ri.MUM Grain Market. , i 'urn ami Fi ot's staoßassts, j r BMMHMi Allgu-t i. 1872. S ' Ujrriiitjx. \ Wheat-White, (.770 Liu>hels ; Red, sorts bn»h ---•1s ! Ocas—White, 11-O bushels ; yellow, 14S bush es ■; mixed, 000 bushels. . oats—6o2 bushets. Rte—sß bushel-. fatal Whk%t—White, 420 bushels prime, 51.72; 100 good,* t;,s ii7jverv good, 11.701 15*2 prtme, ♦ 1.75 i lonverv good', $1.7:. TO ver* good, 11.C7; , SSsnood. ♦1.65; 296 fair, »1 00: 1386 very good, p "t.; Uli very irood, *i.08: 19J prime, ♦1.73.- . Red 3110 vs.y good, #1.7H; 214 goon, ♦1.05 ; »■! common, tl. 12; 112 fair. *l-55; 140'-good *l.Co; _ 2-iuveiv good, ♦l.SO; 2300 icr. good, p. t. ; 1 111 | yen ■good, *1 OS; 4 2 prime, *1.70 ; 80 common, , ♦1 tt. < I'nu-While, 27S bushels prime, Sllc.; 40 very , i ceil, 7sc. ; 20 lai , 77c ; yellow, 148 common, | 70C ; mixed. 32 i> inie, 80c, , Oath—l 2 bush.ls i. t.; 150, 52c ; 04, 54c. II --irhMtrd. Wheat—Wliie 6 bushels Red, St; bathers. (Jobs—White, "02 bnshels. Mi*ed,4o...

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 August 1872

U'l'cninfl ftftt* Journal ■a ■ rrsi.naiD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, No. DillH Mala Street, RlohmenH, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, $S; three months, $1-A0; 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.OO per year; mix months, )26; three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY—SI.6O per year; six months, 76 cents ttrWEEKLf and SKMWKRkI.Y JOURNAL i.Vhoj at ttxtremtly low rates. POImCAL. 1 » I I I 111 II IN MASS MEETING. OLONEL JOH-T W. JENKUTS, Presidential Elector at Large, will address the people on th« POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following times and places: LAWRENCEVILLE, Brnnswick Co., July 22; HIOKSFOKD, Greensville Co., July 27; COURT HOUSE, 1 Miiwiililie Co., July 31 ; COUBT HOUSE, Nottoway Co , Aug. 1; BURKEVILLE, Nottoway Co., Aug. 2; FARMVILLE, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3 ; COURT HOUSE, Charlotte Co , Aug. 0; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co., Aug. « ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; Other distinguished si>eakcrs will also be pres ent and address the people. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairma...

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 August 1872

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ITICIVriY WIIXOIN. OF MASSACHUSETTS. Electors Tor the Stale nt Large, COLONEL JOHN W. lENKINS, I 'OI.ONEL .IOHN R. POPHAM. First District-Dr. W. W DOUGLASS. Second " O. P. RAMSDELL. Third " Not Supplied. Fourth " ROSS HAMILTON. Filth " Not Supplied. Sixth " Not Supplied.' Seventh " HECTOR DAVIS. Eighth " Not Supplied. Ninth " G. G. GOODELL. I i'r Cowrress, First District—JAMES B. SENER. Second " JAMES H. PLAIT, Ja. Third " Nomination not vet made. Fourth " W. H.H. STOWELL. Kitih " Nomination not yet made. Sixtli " Nomination not yet made. Seventh " Convention determined to make no nomiiialieii. Eighth " Nomination not yet made. Ninth " RO. W. HUGHES. THE REVENUE REFORM. *' A duty only iitwn those articles which we could dispense with, known as luxuries, and those"of which we use more than we produce. " All duty remov* „ from tea.coll'ee, and other articles of universal MM not produced by our selves. " Encour...

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 August 1872

The Bright aide. Thus far 1 have been dealing with the shadows—heavily laid on ; let me now, with a liner branch, touch in the lights be fore my pictures. The chemical puzzels, the disappointment, tho isolation, the fatigues, the chaffering bargainers do not fully describe or give limit to tho good old profession of farming. And even when these clouds—hindrances 1 call them most . accumulate, the kindly sun flashes through, warming all the fields before me into golden green, and a kindly air stirs all the poplars into silvery plumes, and 1 am beguilded ' into a new and a more admiring estimate ! of country life. Arcadia with its sylvan glories comes drifting to my vision, and the pleasant Elian fields sloping to the sea. A stately t Greek gentleman, Ilenophon, who has won great renown by his conduct of an army j among the fastnesses of Armenia, and on 1 the borders of the Caspian, has retired to ! his estates on the lonian wains, and writes there a book of maxims for farm manage men...

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 August 1872

The grey i-ky fellows tne oute, The black cloud follows the gold, And there's nought that mortals can hold, Noiujln thai is changeless and true. The sun sinks down in the West, The stars fade out in the morn, And love, so brilliantly born, Pain and dies like the rest. —. m — A GOOD RULE. 'Tis well to walk wilh a cheerful heart, Wherever cur fortunes call, With a tiictnily glance, an open hand, And a gentle word for all. Since life is a thorny antl difficult path. Where toil is the portion of man, We nil should endeavor, while passing along, To make it as smooth as we can. — An exchange says : "A clock in a New York factory lias been seized by the work ingnien, because it has not struck for eight hours." —Ogtlonsburg lias had a shower of toads and the Journal thinks the shower was very opportune, as the old toad crop was pretty nigh exhausted. —A Teuton has a queer wine cellar at Mt. Morris park. lie found a stray tunnel and bought it and now it's fashionable to drink lager in it. —A...

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