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

(fvmtttfl £tatt gmmml PUBLISHED HAIIA" (Sundays ExoepUd) At No. Ol'iX -loin Slrri-I, Ili<-l.Hinnd, Va. The WEEKLY 'AL, Will 1,.' mr.il.-'l 'f> 7-,-,-u! . one J__tft" —V gftttraal. (!"VCitiiUi Otitic I From 111,- \Va--iii_.t<i» I'lironi.l,'.. THE SOCIAL REVOLUTION. A WORK OF The Sub-Strata Unvailed. COOD WILL TO WOMEN. HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS. TS~o_ <;i_Hi-i_.v-ln_l _T-ii»t.-.e, gether concerning the wants, IheHuH'crings, j and the evils of onr lime, and to devise practical measures for relieving them, decided upon a campaign _____ required more I fearlessness to plan and nerve to execute than men have ever ilared to show upon tliis great moral question. They deter- | mined to Vi__*> personally the leading mis- < tresses of the houses of ill-fame in Wash- I mgtoii, and asking for their advice and cooperation in regard to tlie host manner of protecting their interests, legally, financially, socially, and morally. 1&am...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 August 1871

dtttt.ttfl £tate £<r.ttital F.D.V.RI. DANIFI,-. E_ltor nnd _>niur (TO. MSi MAIX STRBKT, RItBMOHD, T_Wt_l nili, .al Paper for the <_~,>ri,ii,r,,t. MONDAY EVENING, Aid. 11, lsn OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATU CONVIO TION. Koomi Kiri-fiui, ~>- Statk CK.vru.u. Committee 1 Or the BErnii.ie*,- Pauti op Viriimi, [ Richmond. August lit, IS7I. ; P A, Me I'„tVi-A tf Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held in tills city on the Isth instant, it was— Kesolre.l, That Ihe Republican voter* of Virginia be assembled in delegated Convention, in the city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the a7tl, .lay of September, nt la o'clock M. And il was further ordered, that the Convention consist of ' ~ne hundred aud thirty-eight members, lo lie ni>--1 Hu-tioned among the "counties, according to the' apportionment of Ihe House of Delegates of the New Constitution. The delegate, iv every instance, must be .-, resident of the Legislative District which ...

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

-ftatc jffwraat. MONDAY EVENING, Al <;. SI, I*7l. do>ii;vh< . A nood way to make Hal irons smooth is to rub them with clean lard ami wipe dry. One pint of linseed oil, ono wine glass of nl.-ohol, well mixed together, and applied with a linen i-itg, makes a good furniture polish. l-'or fruit stains on napkins, table-cloths, Ac., pour hot water on the spots—rub in hartshorn or oxalic acid devolved in water. It is saiil that keroseiS' applied by un-ritis of a moistened cloth to stoves will effectually keep tlieni from rusting during the summer. If you wish (o exterminate llie oock-roai-hes in your house, sprinkle a little borax around the places they usually haunt, and they will vanish like a charm. ISorax is also the best remedy fiir cleaning tin- hair known in chemistr)*. To wash flannel never rub soap upon it. Make a suds by dissolving the soap in warm water. Rinse in warm water ; very cold or hot water will shrink flannel. Shake them out several min...

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

Evening $\w\t Journal. a^r?z^z ""■;':; MONDAY EVENING. Alti. 21, J. 871. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. I >ESTRtTCTiVEFI RES! i\ri_.v YOHK IVKMH! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! Parliament 1 noun it STiMMtOiT i:\n_oKio > : PITTSTON COAL MINE DISASTER! The We»t__leld DisuHter I TERRIFIC GALE IN GEORGIA! NO CHOLERA IN NEW YORK! MORTALITY IN PARIS ! PROM WASHINGTON I •Sec* &cc. &o. From liondoit. London, August 21.—Parliament has been prorogued to November 7th by royal commission. The relations with foreign powers are friendly, and the hope is expressed for the continued tranquility to fast. The speech was mostly devoted to local alli-irs and dwells satisfactorily upon the treaty of Washington. l-'oreimi Miscellany. It is feared that the potato blight is entirely destroying the crop in Ireland. IJueen Victoria is ill at Balmoral. The Russian tleet, with the (Jrand IJitke Alexis, left Cronstndt yesterday for New York. Vler.r.liu In I'nris. / 'arts, A ugust 20.—T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 August 1871

dwttitto #tatc rtfß-ISHED DAILY, SEMI W EKKLY AND WEI_KLY, At No. f»ia_ Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS : DAILY—*6 per year; six months, A3; three months. HI.SO; 1 month, Ml cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.»O per year; six months, ♦ 1 it; three months, 7- cents. WEEKLY—*I _o per year; six months, 7fl cents mS'WKi-'Kr.rand seui-wbeklt journal to I'lults at extremely low rales. f m\\n JW*fc Iflttnwl LETTER FROM FINCASTLE. Jndge llonston's Reception Politics. Fincastle, Aug. loth, 1871. To tlie Editor iif Ihe State Journal : After the flattering comment upon my last epistle, I determined for spite to inflict another of the same sort on your Honor. Our "Burg" was enlivened on the evening of the 10th hy a re-union of gentlemen at the hospitable residence of Judge Thomas I). Houston, in commemoration of his natal hour. Could you have strolled up Main street you would never have recognized the well-trodden path of your boyhood, when you had scarcely a care to mar your happiness, except your inabili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 August 1871

-« £tate gounutt DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. MM Mais Street, Ricmioxn, Vl»«l»U. EDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnd Muu__.r. TERIUS : DAILY. One year .« IKI I Three months 1 HI Mix months art OO | One month .'- SEMI-WEEKI.T. [iSril'El. EVERT TIKSDAV AND FRIIMV.J One year *2 _0 I Three months Six months 1 26 | One month WEEKLY. [lßßr_n EVERT WEDNESDAY.] One year |1 50 ] Six months 70 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three. Montlis. 5 copies.... til 00 ta flo ti 7.1 10 copies.... 20 en 10 00 5 HO -.'ii copies :t.', m 17 OS I 7.'. 5) copies.... 78 00 117 60 18 76 _B"Spcciinen copies of each edition sent free. TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 22, 1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE CONVENTION. Rooms R.rri-Bi.if-A.v State Central Committee ) Or the Reccblioan Party oh Viruinia, > Richmonrl, August 16, Ml. ) V.i the Votes qf Virginia : At a meeting of the Commit tee, held in this city on the 16th instant, it was— R,solv.d, That the Republican voters of Virginia be assembled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 August 1871

jfltote gtmra. >AY KVKNINi., AUG. 22,1571 AUGLST ■■CTIfKI OF THE I'OTOM FRIIT (iROWEHrV ASSOCIATION. The Association met Tuesday, the Ist instant, at the Hoard of Trade roomsJudge Cray presiding, P. 11. ...som, Esq., secretary. THE AMERICAN PO..IOI.OOHAL EXHI- previous meeting by the secretary, Ihe lotto the Association: "(ilad to hear your society are coming in We will mail complimentary tickets to any of your editors you may suggest, and who John M. Allan authorized to correspond wjth the president of the above named society in reference to the complimentary tickets he hail tendered, and other matters that would promote the interests of delegates and members attending from this association. The motion was On account of the annual pomological exhibition to beheld on the Oth, 7th tad Sth of September, the second Tuesday ii September was, at the suggestion of Mr Saul, fixed for the next monthly meetim, of the association. Major King.—ln reference to this exhibi tion, I hop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 August 1871

gpuriwl TUESDAY EVENING. AUG. 22,1871. members said that the most, rllcetual method, in his opinion, is to turn under clover, pens, or buckwheat. It is objected that buckwheat contributes little to the restoration of exhausted land; clover anil pi-as arc well adapted for this purpose—the former being especially so. Curtis contended that manure is ajways the best medicine forworn out land. In the absence of a fertilizer, it i.s well enough to plow deep and sow with peas and buckwheat, and turn it under when the crop has attained full growth, and then sow with rye, and in the spring seed with clover. Take off the crop of rye and leave the clover until the second year, and when it is in blossom plow that under and sow wheat or rye again and seed with clover. Treated in this way land will certainly be improved. After the second crop of rye or wheat has Tanning Sheep-Skins With the Wool On.—About every six weeks we have an inquiry as to the best method of tanning sheep-skins with the woo...

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

rtTU-SHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At -•• !>!-_ Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*- per year: six months, AS; three months, *1.60; 1 month, B0 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—«2.-> per year; six months, •1 2A_ three months, 7ft cents. WEEKLY—»I ..*>per year; six months, 7« cents We\T WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to rtuhs at extremely low rales. REPUBLICAN MEETING IN YORK COUNTY. Til the Editor of the State Journal. At a meeting of the Republican party of Bruton township, held pursuant to notice, on Saturday, August 19th, 1871, Mr. Whiting was called to the chair aud Mr. Frederick Mairc was appointed secretary. It was moved that Mr. E. 11. Lively, tho candidate tot the Legislature from James City and York, address the meeting upon the political issues of the day, which he did in the most satisfactory manner, and which was responded to in rounds of applause. No more gallant standard hearer ever smashed a lance in behalf of the Republican cause on the...

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

(_.rntiito <-Mni? |f.niTro_t —„—..._■' rruLismr DAILY, ______ .VKKKLY AM) WEEKLY, AT No. 012H Maui Stkkkt, Rjciiuond, Viiiuinia. KHWtItD DANIELS, Editor n,„l *>I:iun_rer. TI'.R.MS : DAILY. One year 1- UO I Three mouths.... 1 .'... Six months it oo | One month fio MMII.HI.IkI.I. tlssl j.u KVKRV iti_i,u Am, Ulll'A..] One y.*r *2 Mil Three months ,r, Six months 1 2.11 Clue month •_,', WEEKLY. [iss.'En KVEKT tVEH>t*I,AY.| One year iju SO | six months 7.1 CI.VII BATES I''OI._SEM.I-WEEKLY: ->.M l,_r. Sis i1a.,11,1 Three Month*. ."•copies tl] on Ao'hn I ' 7.1 IU copies 20 oil 111 I'll I IKI '-''I copies :!/, no i; .in a ;;, SO COpie*....' VS 00 37 .-. IS .8 ■_?~Spocini*'u copies of each edition sent free. WEDNESDAY EVENT., AUG. 33,1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE < o_Vß_Booai Riiri'ui.trA.v State Cexthai. Committee 1 Or Tin: Kiri'iiiLicAN P.uity of Yikhima, r Richmond, August lir, 1871. J To the Voters of Virginia: At a meeting of tho C...

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

f wring X&U |j urn al." WEDNESDAY EV--'f" . All*. _.., 1. Tl. SPIRIT OF THE PRES.H. The Albany Express says: "TlioD(.nncracy, as far as national policy is concerned, will lie placedbotwocntwo tires—tho Novtli will not stand reaction, and llio .South will not submit to progress." The Rochester hhpreis says: "It is pretty generally fl-fmittedby Democratic papers that there can be no defense of either 'I nuimany dishonesty or K___lS rulliaiiisiu thnf will be lUteiicd'ii. in llnr eoiuiiij. political fampaignp." The Chicago _.._„,„ says : "The Uepublican journal which cudeavors to cover tip frauds committed underKeptitilican auspices -is eitl-cr false or foolish beyond nil claim to confidence. Sensible and practical people must see by this time that the way to have honpst and patriotic administration is, iirat, te keep the Republican party pure by free discussion within its ranks ; and, f second, to keep it in power.". The Brooklyn I'niaii says: "At last accounts there were u...

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

(6.-wing £ta.c gmimat .Vi:i>.\K,Sl)AY KVEV... AUO. 33,1871 joying pu risatit associations, coml.iumg 10 aggressive tun-puses, have been recognized I,ut scarcely to tlii' extent tlie subjee !rit.. Traveling in Italy many vein , \yo visited some of the large 'dairy ns in tlie neighborhood of _orrara. In |..Tsiil among much of the low lying icalthy land, lciuarkahle for the prevalence on it of very fatal forms of anthrax in the summer season, arc fine undtilatin pasture lands, and the fields are of grea extent. We happened to stop at a farm house one fine autumn afternoon when th cows were about*to he milked. A herd o over one hundred was grazing homewards The women took their positions with stoo ,l,.se to the house, and a-s the cows ap pr..ached, names were called out which a lirst, we thought, addressed to the milk maids. Rosa, I'lorenr.a, (liulia, Sposa, an. many names, which were noted by us a the time when called out by the overseer ..r one of the women, and we were ast...

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

dMnittfl .State fttWWt rciii.ism.i, DAILY, SEMI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At _o. 919_ Mnln Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS r DAlLY—rim per year: six month*,♦ 9; three months, .i.jui; 1 month. 90cents. SF.MI-WEF.KI.Y—*2..-l per year; sir* inonlhs, *1 'jr.; throe months, 7">, cuts WF.EKI-Y—*l..-per year; six months, 76 cenU arWBRKLTand HBMI-WSBKLt JOURNAL to I'liibs al i.rln in, ly lam rates. gytttfofl £ti..c gtnm..... A Mll-k VII It IHIISI.It The Mnsl. Torn OH' * Priest ot lloniit i.lnl Tastes- His Trial nnd I'uiiisliiiicnt. Corn pon.lcncc of the N. Y. World. Hume, Aug. I. —In the Convent of San . lippo Neni.on Saturday last, a man named Littgi Santini, vho has been a Franciscan monk in the Convent of Civitella, but who was on tho point ot being degraded find unfrocked by his superiors at the time he committed the crime to be described, was tried before the civil court for the murder of a lay brother, Vincenzo Nieolini, nn the 22d of September last, two days after the Italian troops ...

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

tf >m.)_,,£ ,a, < * mtml _*_*£«•_* DAILY, SEMI WEEKLY ANII WEEKLY, AT N... MIX Mai* stukkt, Bicnora, Vtaatata. I'lMt lit It DAM III.S, Editor nnd Maitutler. TERMS: 1) A I I. V . <me year tc IK. I Throe months 1 ■ .six niouths ♦:! on | One mninh Mi SK.ll-WKKKI.Y. lissrr.i, r:v-EKV tbeshav a.\i> fridav.J One year A 2 —11 Three moot lis 7.. Si\ months 1 2.', I Otic month n WKIIKLY. .[lt-n-rn; rvi:RV iv-iivßsniv] One year '.tl 50 | Six months *.'.'. 711 CLUH RATES _ .>l_l.__Ml-WEEKLY: One 1Y..,-. BU Months. Three Months. .', copies...-. 801 IKI *.',.-i *i 75 .11 copies.... -Jil (HI 10 UU fl IKI LO copies M no 17 no r. 7'i Ml copies 7,5 00 37 00 18 70 *._' Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING. AUG. 21,1871. OFFICIAL (ALL FOB A STATE CONVENTION. Rooms Kki-cinnc.v.v State Central Committee ) Or Tni: ltr.M'ni.ic.vv I'aktv ok Yiruinia, } Richmond. August le, 1871. J Wo the Voters of Virginia: At a meet ing of the C...

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

Letter from the White Sulphur Sprinss. THE CIIESAPEAKII AND OHIO B. R.— THE COWPANV AT,'i*IIH _*__.IN_B-i-AMUSEMENTS, ETC. * Witm* Sot-Phot. _-_.___, \ tiroenbrier County, West Va., V August'JOtfi, JB7l. . J All visitors to this Wilt, ringplft. c should leave the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad at Staunton, and take the morning train to the "White," in order to set' Hi.- prand, indeed sublime scenery along tho line of tho road, and to inspect the wonderful achievements of engineering skill in the nortstrtietion of the greatest of American internal improvements. The tourist is ntiuused beyond expression at what has been done in the face of physical difficulties that would almost have Deen deemed insuperable. Few of your_eade_. are .prob#bly aware tliat the Chesapeake, ami Ohio road is w ltliont 4 s , parallel ih the world, except in the Mount i'cms tunnel. Range alter ritige of mountains have been tunnelled and vast gorges tilled in, and deep cuts made. No one can _~. behold these extri...

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

evenim, rftutc louiMl. THURSDAY BY-WING. Aid. _!l. 1871. Suspended from a Hcunino BalI/KJN.—At the close of the afternoon perliiiinanie of (irady's circus in Columbus on Thursday, Mr, Charles Fisher made an ascent in a huge hot-air balloon, or rather the balloon went up with Fisher dangling to a couple of ropes suspended below. Immediately bin,- smoke was seen in issue from tt point 1111 the side of lite balloon, about one-third (he way tip from the mouth to tintoil. Fxpcrioneed eyes at once detected that the balloon was on tire, but tho __» mint, all tinconsciour. of his danger, went „n wilh his frightlul performance OR the trapeze. When the balloon WH about 1800 le-I in the air, the 11ames were seen to burst suddenly from its side, and simultaneously a cry of horror went up from the great crowd below. Many turned away their cyc>, and one woman fainted, all "expecting that Fisher would at once meet a horrible death. Hut whether it was that the material of the balloon was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 August 1871

I I I l I It IK.MI JONKSBORO. Gro. W. Urahnm Nominated. JoNESBORO, August 23d, 1871. The Republican Senatorial District convention for this district, comprising the counties of Lunenburg, Prunswiek and Nottoway, met at this place to-day. The two prominent candidates ibr nomination before the convention were Win. P. Austin, of Lunenburg, and Capt. George W. Graham, of Nottoway. The convention was very harmonious, and after the usual amount of sparring over the organization, &c., in which the friends of Mr. Austin, who were in the minority, showed admirable tactics, a vote was reaehod, by which Mr. Graham received twenty-five votes, a very large majority, the whole number of delegates being but thirty-two. The announcement of the result was vociferously cheered by the friends of Mr. (iraham, and that gentleman being loudly called for, came into the convention, and accepted the nomination in a forcible and appropriate speech. With judicious local nominations, this senatoria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 August 1871

(Evening £>t»te rrntist.ri. DAILY, SEMI WEEKLY AM) WEEKLY, AT N.i »I'J'< Maim Street, RunaoNn, Viriiixia. EDWARD OAMKI.S, Editor ami Manager. TEIiAIS : I) A I I, V . one year to 001 Three months.... 130 Vixiuontlrs as im | One month Sti SEMI-WLEKLY. [ISSUED EVBRI TMsDAT AMI t'IIIIIAT.J One year *J SSI Three months 74 Si\ months 1 'J.i I One month 28 WEEKLY. tisscEtl KVF.UY WEDNESDAY.] One year *1 80 I js'ixnionths 78 CLUB KATES I'OIUSKMI-WEKK.LY: One r .. Ji. M-mths. Three, Munlhs. 9 copies....All 00 $S SO *1 75 10 copies.... 20 00 10 00 8 00 SO copies 36 IHI 17 50 R 75 .V.I copies.... 75 011 37 50 18 73 HSTSpecimon copier, at each edition sent. free. Kill Ii A V KVKNING. AUG. 88, 1871. TlOlt. O..MS HlirrßMe.lx STATU OEXTRAI OoRMITTIB ) Or thk Rkpcblicaii Party or Yhuii.nia, I Richmond, August 16, 1871. ; Ti tht Vi'lem ../ Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, hold* in this city on the 15th instant, it was— Kenloed, That the. Republican voters of Virginia b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 August 1871

POLITICAL NOTES. The next State election in Vermont will he hold in September, 1872. The present Slate officers were chosen for two years, anil elections hereafter are to be biennial. (ien. lintler has "accepted an invitation" to give his views on the questions which he and Wendell Phillips are striving to inject into politics, at Springfield, on Thursday evening next. The Nebraska Constitutional Convention adjourned sine die on .Saturday. The new constitution is to be voted on on the third Tuesday in September, and, if approved, the officers created under it will be elected on tho first Tuesday in November. The Cincinnati Enquirer is not in favor of a return to specie payments until after the national debt, "contracted in paper currency at the rate of less than fiO cents on a ! dollar in gold," has been paid off in a currency equally debauched. It says if this course is not adopted "the people will be robbed of about *1,000,000,00(1 in the dif- ' Terence of value." That repudiation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 August 1871

: ' --' J Manchester News nnil Gossip. II ti hist night at an early hour, a large crowtl assembled al the colored liaptist church, to 111-sir what was to lie said in reference to the Republican party. The meeting was called to order by Cap- ej tain Burr, anil, on motion, Wm. E. .lackon, Esq., ivas called to the chair, ami E. j 11. Kootc elcctt'tl secretary. ~' The meeting was addressed by Abraham n Dyson, Win. 11. Kutcheeon, and T. W. 1 Thompson, of Washhteton city. They gave fair and liberal views of the {Treat t] question of the day and urged the colored t , people the importance of getting the best I men in the Held, it mattered not his color, g or where he was from, so he was for justice and equal rights, and the destruction of the whipping-post, Ac. v It. 11. Wells Jr., was then called to the stand, who spoke but a short time. His .speech was replete with good advice, show- J ing what the Republican party had done for the poor white man, as well as the negro. ( The Democrats we...

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