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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 September 1871

ri-i-is_-n DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, At No. 919VS Main Street, Richmond, Va. j TERMS: DAILY—*« per year; six months, $3; three month*, t1.60; 1 month. 80 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.Sfi year; six month*, t\ 28; three months, 78 cents. WEEKLY—*I.SO per year; six months, 78 cents */T WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to Clubs at extremely low rates. dSvettittfl Wtutt gtfimffli IMMIURATION--THK KINB WE WANT FOR VIRGINIA. 'The subject of immigration is one of great importance in any State or country, but in no State of this I'nion is it more im portant than Virginia. In AVestern States, population is the great desideratum ; the emigrant who lands on the rolling prairicst or mineral bearing ridges of those States, is compelled by force of circumstances to address him_elf to labor, as the only means to sustain life ; and he is encouraged to pursue that labor, by the promise of abun dant reward, reaped from the teeming vir gin soil he cultivates, or the rock-ribbed mountains he pierces in sea...

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 September 1871

■• ■ rrnLisnEP DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT Mo. vl'iH Main Street, Richmond, YiE'iisii. gUWARD DANIELS, Editor and Mamsrr. TERMS : DAILY. One year »6 001 Thro.- month*.. 81i months tt 00 | One month Ml semi-weekly. [ISSUED EVERT Tt'IUIMY AND FRIDAY.] One year *2 WI Threo months _J Six months 1 _5 | One month 9 J WEEKLY. [imiKli 'EVERY WEDNESDAY.] One year tl 60 | six months ; "8 CLUB RATES FOR'SEMI-WEEKLY: Ons Year. Six Months. Three Months. ft e0pie»....»1l 00 *■'.■•." *'■•'. 10 copies.... 20 00 10 00 5 00 » copies Sft 00 17 00 S 7S tt) copies.... 7S 00 S7 90 18 7.1 copies of each edition sent free. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 4, IS7I. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VOSiVEN TION eons RircßLicAN State Central Committee 1 Or the Republican Party or Vieoixia, Richmond, August 16,1871. ) fb the Votert of Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held in this etty on the 15th instant, it was— Resolved, That the Republican voters of Vir ginia be assembled in delegated Convention, in the city o...

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 September 1871

I . nVi 1.1 ...li. ' .......n MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 4, 1871. —_____-___— -____-_-____■__-. ■ANTO DOMINOO. LETTER FROM DR. S. O. HOWE TO THE ADVERTISER. Justice to a neighboring people calls for a reply' to an article in a late number of your paper, which I ask leave to make, ihougn I am very reluctant to reopen the matter at this time. The commissioners to Santo Domingo re ported as the result of their personal ob servations certain interesting and important facts. The chief of those were : Ist. That a large proportion of the Do minican people aro of a high type of physi cal organization, and may be properly classed with the white race. 2d. That they manifested an unexpected degree of intelligence and of culture. I tid. That they are accustomed to the ex er-toe of considerable municipal and jioliti* ,al power. 4th. That people of all ranks do earnest ly and almost unanimously desire annexa- ; tion to the United States. Indeed, the word prayer would express their feeling ' upon this ...

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 September 1871

MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 4, 1871; |l(ri>ulill< nn IWrrtliurs In Henriro. TICKAHOE TOWNSHII*. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the ; Republicans of Tuckalioo township was held at Monro's store on the 2d instant. Jas. Rogers, chairman of the township, j called the meeting to order, and J. J. I'n derhill was elected secretary. The ch-ir- i man stated the object of the meeting to be j for the purpose of electing two delegates to ' represent tlie township in the Senatorial j and county conventions, to be held in the city of Richmond on the 23d inst. On motion, Messrs. Joseph Rogers and J. J. Underbill were unanimously elected | delegates, and Major Btirwell and Spots- I wood Green alternates. On motion, the following gentlemen were ' unanimously elected to constitute the I Township and County Executive Commit tee : Messrs. Joseph Rogers, J.J. Under- j hill, S. Green, and Henry Austin. After the transaction of tbe business ot the nicotine, the chairman introduced G. C. Vincent, Esq....

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 September 1871

P-BMSHKB DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. 91854 Main Street, Richmond, Va. DAILY—♦•! per year; six months, **■): three months, t1.60; 1 month, 80 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.9O per year; six months, •1 26; three months, 7.1 cents. WEEKLY—#I.6O per year; six months, 74 cents WeTWSBKhYand SKMIWEKKI.Y JO ITS SAL to Clubs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. ~ j * SSKMM.VIIALL. *~1 RANDCONCERT. I FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY I Sbpt. 11th and 12th. GRANOENOLISHOPEKATICANDBAI.I.AU j CONCERT TROUPE ! Composed of the following niHTIHOt'ISHEn artists: Miss Sirsi.t Gaiton Soprano (Late Directress of the Gallon Opera Troupe.) Hi" .'"ii iiiii ScHßiMrp Contralto (From Philadelphia.) Ma. Jahkh Urast Baritone (From Richmond, Va.) Ma. Jon.t L. Car-cross Tenor (From Philadelphia.) Mr. .Tanks A. Arnold Baritone (Late of Kichlngs o|wra Troupe.) Ma Thomas A. Bbcxbtt Pianist (From Philadelphia.) Entire Chance of Performance Tuesday Ere'c, PRICES OF ADMISSION : Admission $1 oo | Gallery 40 cents. «_TN« Extra Charge...

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 September 1871

rrßtisnKn * DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WBH.T, AT Ho. 918H Maix Stbkbt, Uichhosd, Tiatftsta. tint \Kl> DANIELS, Editor aud Mann-rr. One year -te IK) I Three months.... 1 80 Siimonths ♦:' 00 I One month M •KMI-WEEKLY. [UIUID IVRRr T-BSDAT AXH FIUUt-1 lino year *2 co I Three months 75 Mf months..!... . 1 -5 | One month 20 WEEKLY. [lIiCBD'HVKET WBDSB.DAT.] On* year *t 5° I Si* months 7 * CLUB HATES FORJSKMI-WEEKLY I One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. sn eoS-M." .. 75 00 S7 60 IS 75 copies of each edition sent tne. TUESDAY F,VENING,~SEPtT--,, 1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE tOJiVEN TION. •ens R«rr«i.irAii Stats Cbstrai.Conmrris J Or thb Republican Pabtt or \ IBOISIA, t Richmond, August 16, l»il. ) To tne Voters of Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held in tins _ity on the 15th instant, it was— Resolved, That the Republican voters oM ir- Snia be assembled in delegated '<™™"' lon :,! ,c city of Richmond,, on W rilnej-ay, the •7th 4-r or September, at la o'clock M. Anil it was fa...

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 September 1871

TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 5, tfffl. VIRGINIA NEWS. A band of Gypsies aro encamped near Lynchburg. Col. Dodson opened the Atlantic Hotel at Norfolk last Friday. Commander Semtncs is now with the ca dets at the Alum Springs. Work has been commenced on tlie new Market-house at Alexandria. A heavy storm passed over the Augusta Valley on last Sunday evening. A new Protestant Episcopal church is soon to be erected at Uhristiansburg. There are now three hundred visitors at the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs. The canal will be open between Lynch burg and Lexington by tho 15th of Septem ber. The circuit court for the county of Iloan oke commences on the 14th day of Sep tember. There was a heavy frost Thursday morn ing at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs. Jnbal Early and Jefferson Davis arrived at the White Sulphur Springs on last Thursday. During the month of August there were ninety-five arrests in Lyncliburg by the city police. A grand fancy ball is to be given at the Alleghany Springs,...

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 September 1871

TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. ». WI. The Hotel Clerk. IFrom Iho Atlantic Monthly for Septemper.] He was young, be had a neat mustache and well brushed hair; jeweled studs sparkled in his shirt front, and rings on his white hands ; a gentel disdain of the travel ing public breathed from his person in the mystical odors of Ihlang-ihlang. He did | not lift his haughty head to look at the way farer who meekly wrote his name in the I register ; he did not answer him when he begged for a cool room; he turned to the board on which the keys hung, and pluck ing one from it, slid it toward Basil on the marble counter, touched a bell for a call boy, whistled a bar of Offenbach, and as he wrote the number of the room against Basil's name, said to a friend lounging near him as if resuming a conversation, Well, she's a mighty pooty gul, any way, When I reflect that this was a type of the hotel clerk throughout the United States, that behind unnumbered registers at this moment he is Fnubbing travelers in...

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 September 1871

toning f tate gmmutl •mtfaHO DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. 9X9H Main Strrrl, Richmond, Va. TERMS : DAILY—♦(! per year; six months, *3; three months, *I M | 1 month, 60 cents. SF.Mt-WEEKLY—♦2.S(I per year; six months, $1 2fl; three months, To cent*. WEEKLY—*I OOper year; six months, 75 cents 10T WEEKLY caul HEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to Clubs at extremely lota rates. ®vemttfl gtate ggtmrnl THE rOMOLOMICAL DISPLAY. We have never seen a finer display of fruit than that now on exhibition at As sembly Hall. It is grand and beautiful beyond description. Our readers may be sure that they will be well paid for a visit. The superb collection of our Virginia frnits extends along two sides of the great hall. California makes good its promises to astonish us with numerous clusters of grapes and pears which rival tlie lustre of wax and the hues of its own fair sky. Ne braska surprises us with peaches of stu pendous size, fresh as if just picked from the trees, and of marvelous beauty in form an...

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 September 1871

dMtung £tate gmetal TVAII.Y. SEMI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, No. »HH Mais Stbbet, Richmond, YiauistA. tcmVAKII UAMELS, Editor nud Muiiiiuer. TERMS: DAILY. On* year •« 001 Three months... \ r*\ Six month. W 00 I One month 80 [lasnuD BT.itr tibsiiat asu ratuAT] One year »2 SO I Threo months 73 gU months 1 28 I One month ?* WEEKLY. [■MUID'aVHT WBOJBSOAT ] One year »1 60 | six months 70 CLUB RATES FOR'SEMI-WEEKLY : Oas Year. Six Months. Three Months. ■ Wfltm,...*! "0 WW %i T» 1» copies.... MM 10 00 800 TO copies M 00 17 80 » 78 IS copies.... 78 00 S7 60 18 78 KfSpectmen copies of each edition sent free. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G. SEPT. 6, 1872. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VOWEN TIOIS. anus HsroiueAx Statu Cb.ntral CokHlTTli ) Or THI RBITBLICAX FABTr OF YlKnlJflA, [ Richmond, August 16, 1971. J Pi the Voters of Virginia. I At a meeting of the Oommittoe, held in this elty on the 18th instant, it was— J»««»lt>«d, That the Republican voters of V! r ainia be assembled in delegated Convention, in the city of...

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 September 1871

iwrnttfl ftmrtirtt WEDNESDAY EVEN'G. SEPT. <!, 1871. LETTER FROM STAUNTON. Sir—l never heard any ono dispute th« truth of the assertion that "all good Amer icana go to Paris when they die," hut I am of the opinion that all good Virginians ex pect to come to Staunton when they lay aside this mortal frame, and many of them seem desirous of becoming familiar with what may he their future abiding place, fir, for the last few days, Staunton has been thronged with citizens from every por tion of the State. Kichmond has been very well represented—quite a large number of persons from that city having been in town; among whom we noticed Hon. Rush Bur gess and his estimable lady, on their way to "tho springs." It was hoped that Mr. 1 Jurgcss would return and be present at the Republican convention hekl at this place Isrday, but, to the regret of all, the y rains in the morning prevented his m. But the convention came oft', and a decided success, to the evident aston lent and discomfiture o...

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 September 1871

tiding JState Journal WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. (J, 1871. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Inauguration of Gov. Leslie, of Kentncly! AN IOWA DESPERADO! NEW YORK ITEMS! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! BEHTEJCE Or FEMALE INCENDIARIES 1 Health of Queen Victoria! ."v. «■. New York Items. New York, Sept. G— A lively meeting of the Union Republican Association, re commends Horace Orccley to the National Convention, for President. The Wilkesbarre coal mines have col lapsed six acres of ground, by sinking 200 feet. It is understood that to-day application will be made before Judge Barnard for an injunction against the heads of the city gov ernment, to restrain them from the collec tion of taxes, issuing any more bonds, and transferring any more real estate. These are the principal points to be inserted in the legal document. This movement is in augurated by an association called !*• Executive Committee of Citizens and Tax payers for the Financial Reform of the City of New York." Inauguration or Governor Leslie, or ...

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. — 7 September 1871

imnm £tat* goutnai I DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, x. No. OW>4 Mnin Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: TIAILY—*O per year; six months, $.1; three months, $1.M); 1 month, no cents. SEMI-WEF.KI.Y-as.no per year; six months, »i' 2/i; three months, f5 cents. WEEKLY*—*! ..'si per 3-ear; six months, 78 cents rtT WEEKt. V awl SEMr- WEKKh V JO VRSA h l„ Clubs at extremely low rates. The logic of facts in relation to the financial measures of our republican Ad ministration, is effectually silencing the sophistry of our Democratic contempora ries. In spite of the senseless clamor against Air. Boutwell, that he had failed to introduce even the "entering wedge of a five per cent, loan," we rind that wedge has not only been entered, but driven home ; and from the comments of the I/in ilon Economist, the great Kttropean au thority in financial matters, it appears not only possible, but probable, that the specu lations which we recently made in the col umns of the State Journal, as to the negotiatio...

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. — 7 September 1871

PVBLISHBn DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. AT No. »I%H Maib Stbbbt, Ricßhobd, Viboihia I RDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Manaaer. TERMS: DAILY. Ou» year *6 on I Three months.... ISO ati months as oo| One month SO SEMI-WEEKLY. [issuid btbbt TLMtiAY axu i biiut.) Ona year »2 50 | Three months 73 Six months 1 26 j One month 36 • WEEKLY. [tSSCKVBVKBT wbdbbsdat.] On* year »1 flt) | six months 7S CLUB RATES FORISEMI-WEEKLY : Oik Tear. Six Months. Three Months. » aopiee....»u no is 60 *: 75 lfleopiea.... 30 00 10 00 {(in SP copies SS 00 17 SO 8 7S atl copies.... 74 00 37 SO 18 75 ■eTSpecimen copies of each edition sent free. I THURSDAY EVENING. SEPT. 7, 1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VO.NVE TION. «oas Rari'Bi.K An Statu Central Committee ) Or the Kei tntti an Party or Virbinia, J Richmond, August 16, 1871. ) Jb the Voters of Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, hold in this oity on the 18th instant, (t was— on* hundred and thirty-eight members to be ap portioned among the counties, accordin...

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. — 7 September 1871

$UXt IfouranL THURSDAY EVENING, Si.l'T. 7, 1871. VIRGINIA NEWS. There are sixteen lodgers in the jail nt Alexandria. There is very liltlc tobacco coming to l,\ nchburg ; while prices aro very high. The opposition stage line from Tappahnn nock to this city is doing a good business. There is less water in the river at Lynch burg than there Ims been at any time this year. Three clay and three iron retorts are being erected at the gas-house in Alex andria. There was a heavy frost last Thursday morning at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs. A fleet of thirty-six vessels passed Point Lookout last Saturday, on the way to Alexandria and Georgetown. Oysters are caught at tho oyster beds along the Rappahannock in large quanti ties, and are said to be very fine. Judge Edward White, of Clarke county, tendered his resignation as county judge last Friday. Au honest man. Only eight cases of small-pox are now at the pest-houses in Norfolk ; all colored, five under treatment ami three convales cen...

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. — 7 September 1871

ftafc gronat THURSDAY EVENING SEPT. 7,1871. >1 nnrhe«itrr News nnd <Jo«sip. A Colored Hoy 'I'm no! Cipsei/. —A small colored boy thinking it would be delightful lo be a Gipscy, united himself to the band now encamped near here. Yesterday, his mother had him arrested and linked up, until the band departs or until he promises to forego the pleasures of (iipsey life. An Attempt to Pnive. (her Eveiybody. Yesterday evening, Archer Dyer took possession of a horse ami cart, ihe pro perty of Mr. N. Donelly, and after driving him up and tlown the sidewalks, to the annoyance and danger of pedestrians, was arrested by Policeman Moore, and locked up to answer for violating the city ordi nance in relation to obstructing the side walks. . * [We sec but little difference between carts and horses, and baby carriages oc cupying tho sidewalks. The one is no more a nuisance than the other.—Ed.] Republican Meeting To-night. —The Ke- Kepublicans of this township will hold a meeting to-night to rat...

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. — 8 September 1871

(flawing cftat* fotttttal. rUBLIBHEn DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. 919H Main Street. Rlrhmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—S6 per year; sU months, (tf; three I months, »1./S0; 1 month, 50 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.6O per year; six months, j |il 25: three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—»I.SO l»er year; six months, 75 cents | &&■WEEKLYand SEm-WKKKI.Y JOURNAL to Clubs at extremely low redes. Evening £ tat* ggttimrt. join W. WOLTZ, Sews and City F.dllor. LOCAL MATTERS. W SPECIAL NOTICE Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, not exceeding four lines, for one insertion M cents; two in sertions 40 cents; three Insertions SO rents. Cash In advance. HJT( il> Subscribers Prrsens wishins Hie Rtatb JoratiAi, left early nnd regularly at their places of residences, by responsible carriers, will please leave their orders with Johk stoji & Sai.niy, Newsdealers, ftIS Main Street, and at the News Depot of W. A. Emraaot, 301 East Hroad Street. The Aierccau Pomological Society. THIRTEENTH IV...

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. — 8 September 1871

tfvcninfl estate Jotmuit !PrBI.IBHFB TOO-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. at Main Strbbt, Rtcßßoiin, Vikiiiria. DANIELS, Editor and Manager. _ 1 TERMS ICOOIThree months 150 ts 00 I One month SO SEMI-WEEKLY. .'BP RVERT TCRSnAT ASO FBInAT.J |2 00 I Three months 75 1 1 26 I One month 28 WEEKLY. [IiaCBD" , BVKRT WBDXRsDAT.) *1 60 1 six months 78 RATES FOR'SEMI WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three. Months ..•11 00 »5 50 * 75 .. 20 00 10 00 5 00 .... M 00 17 50 S 75 ... 75 (10 37 60 18 75 imen copies of each edition sent free. EVENING. SEPT. 8, 1871 L CALL FOR A STATE VOM'EV rcßLtcAs State, Oestrai. Commuttee 1 i Repcblicax Party or Vikuixia, ( Richmond, August 16, 1971. ) tars of Virginia : looting of tho Committee, held in this c 15th instant, it was— I, That the Republican voters of Vlr assemblod in delegated Convention, in if Richmond, on Wednesday, the 27th plemner, at lit o'clock M. And It was rdered, that the Convention consist of red and thirty-eight members, to be ap among tho counties, accord...

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. — 8 September 1871

FRIDAY EVENTNO, SEPT. 8, 1871. llrpulilicnn Meeting in ( nlneper Cnnnty. CULPEPER, Va., September f!, 18.1. To the Editor of the. State Journal. The Republicans of .Salcm Township of this county, Isold a meeting yesterday at Crifllnsburg, which was well attended. On motion of Mr. J. R. .Stringfellow, Mr. John C. Foushce, an old and tried Inionist, was railed tc the chair. Mr. Foushee explained the object of the meet ing to lie to appoint delegates to a conven tion of the county, at Culpeper ('. ][~ on the 9th inst., for the purpose of electing a delegate to the State Republican Conven tion at Richmond, and also to perfect the township organization. ~On motion of Mr. Newton Sheff, the meeting went into nominations for dele gates. The following gentlemen were duly elected, viz: "Theopelus Html, ('. <J. Spicer, W. 11. Eggborn, J. N. Sheff, John H. Eggborn— white; Rich'd Coleman, Marcus Wilson, Sr. Richard Uorbonn, James French, Klection (1 reene—colored. Moved also, and carried, tha...

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. — 8 September 1871

gitttinfl ftntc journal UTEST BY TELEGRAPH. FATAL RAILROAD COLLISIONS! KILLKI) 11Y KOUG 11S THECALIFORNIAELECTION! Alabama and MississW Cotton Crops! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! A <F.mil\ EMBASSADOR TO ROME! The Wigan Mine Horro r! Killed by Ronshs. New York, Sept. B.—David Doran, in attempting to shield a young woman from insult, by a party of roughs, yesterday, was killed. From I,mitler. GERMAN AMBASSADOR TO ROME—THE WIGAN MINE HORROR, AC, AC. Jxnuion, Sept B.—Troulmonsdorf, who is a partisan of Bollinger, has been appointed (Jerman Ambassador to Rome. 1 his pro duces a deep feeling of discontent in the Vatican. , _»■___ ,i Communication has been affected with the imprisoned miners in the "\\ igan mines. Tho dead body of one of the victims has been brought to the surfaae, aud others are known to be in so precarious a condition, that hardly a hope is entertained for the preservation of any of their lives. A fearful storm caused great damage to buildings and crops in Walton district, of...

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