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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 9 September 1871

$vmms Jftat* gmmmt DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ne. Sl2'/4 Mnln Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS: DAILY—*U per year; six months,*,'); ihree months, (1.80; 1 month, 50 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.ftII per year; six months, *1 2ft; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—♦I.6O per year; six months, 76 cents Wg-WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to Clubs at extremely Uuo rates. dvfltinfl £tat* $mml WHERE TO STOP IK KEW YORK. If any of our traveling friends reach New York, dirty and tired, or half sick, as we did, a few days ago, we have a piece of ad* vico for them. At No. 15 Laight street, is a quiet retreat, half home and half hotel, where the best of food, healthfully cooked, maybe had ; good clean beds, and, what is better than all, that renovator of the physical man, a genuine Turkish bath. If you are well it will not hurt you, aud if you are sick it can hardly fail to benefit; and many case it is one of the supreme luxuries vouchsafed to man. Here, too, you will meet a refined and intellectual circ...

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. — 9 September 1871

if Miring $tatc gmaSL \ — • i rt'Bi.i.irr.n 1 DAILY, SF.M I WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, f AT No. 912*. Mas Strekt, Richmond, Yiß«i*tA- I t _ j I KttH'AHD DANIELS, Editor nia.l Maiiaucr. C TERMS: X DAILY. r One year Wool Three months.... 1 50- r : Six months *3 00 I One month 30 SEMI-WEEKLY. [l*rm> BVKRT TIR9DAT AXII VUIDAT.] • One year ♦« 50 j Three months 7b Six months 1 2i | One month 2o t weekly. ( [iSSCBD EVERY WBD.VKSDAT.] j One year *1 60 | six months 78 ( OLUB RATES FOR'SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three Months. 5 eopiea....»ll 00 *5 M * ' 7S io copies... 2000 in on Son i JO eoptes 3ft 00 17 SO S 7.> 80 «opies.... 75 00 37 SO 18 75 I (©"Specimen copies of each edition sent free. SATURDAY EVENING. SEI'T. 9, 1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VONVEN TION. oeKsßErrr>LicAN Statu Central Committer ) Or the Rbpcbmcas Parti- of Viroima, c Richmond, August 16, 1871. ; To the Voters of Virginia ; At a meeting of tho Commlltee, hold in tills city on the 15th instant, it was— Resolve...

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. — 9 September 1871

gottwrnt SATURDAY KVENINti. SEPT. 0, 1871. KIIKE IHrief pointed leltera uiion all subjects of pnlj ic interest, will be welcome here, if writ leu plain ly, on one side of the sheet] It is refreshing to"see from this letter the shock which a crime, now so common in many locali ties, esjiecially at the North, causes among the people of Louisa, where, probably, it has been unknown heretofore. We can oiily inform the honest people of that county that a "groat change lias been wrought, in the morality of this country by the political revolution brought about by the knaves and fanutiiv, and there is no telling what may not happen even iv Louisa.— Dispatch. Mr. Dispatch, it is very refreshing to one who was so unfortunate as not to have had the choosing of their birth place, to see the nhove in your issue of this morning. If there is another city in America where in fanticide has been so common as in this city, the press or mortuity reports have not shown it; but then you seem to have take...

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. — 9 September 1871

<&mm Jfote jmxnal SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. !>, IS7I. Educational Reform. Compulsory iviucation, Iran wincii borrow the following passages: It is, we presume, not generally realized, that there are about live million children in the United States who aro totally destitute of even the rudiments of education, and who aro growing up in vagrancy ; and this number is daily enlarging. Statistics show a fearful increase in the amount of crime ami vices of every description, and in the expense incurred in building and maintain* ing State prisons and penitentiaries through out the country. These startling facts com mand the serious attention of every tru friend of the Republic. Something mill be speedily done to remove this growinj evil, or the nation will be overwhelms with crime and degradation. In any of our large cities there arc street rilled with decaying and pestilential tene ment-houses, which swarm with human be ings, young in age, but old in depravity and from these schools...

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. — 11 September 1871

drcninn State journal. FUBUSHKD DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Al It: 919 M Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS DAILY—SH per year; nix months, t.l; three months, ijt.co; 1 month, fio cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.6O per year; six months, ♦l 28; three months, 79 cents. WEEKLY—<fl.soper year; six months, 7.1 cents IkTWEEKLYund SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to Vlubs at e.etremely low rales. dvrwnfl £tat* ftnmurt. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE CONVEN TION. Republican State Central Committee To the Voters of Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held In this city on the I.lth Instant, It was— Resolved, That the Eepnhlican voters of Vir ginia lie assembled in delegated Convention, in the city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the 27th ■lav of September, at IS o'clock M. And it was further ordered, that the Convention consist of one hundred and thirty-eight members, to be ap liortioned among the counties, according to the apportionment of the House of. Delegates of the New Constitution. The delegate, in every in s...

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. — 11 September 1871

4E-vnti»o £tet* g«tn«t Pl-SI.ISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. RI2W Mai* Strbbt, BIOVMOM, ViaoiHU. EDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Malinger. TERMS : DAILY. On* year *« 001 Three montha.... 1 AU Mix month* *tl 00 | One month SO SEMI-WEEKLY. [iBSrBD KVEKT TUKsDAT AKI) FaIDAY.] One year *2 A 0 I Three months.— 73 gl_ montlis 1 26 | One month 2A WEEKLY. [iSiUBD'EVKKV WEIISK3DAT.] . Ona year $1 A 0 | six months '.. 73 CLUB RATES FOR'SEMI WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three. Months. A eoples....*ll 00 *0 AO *2 73 jo copies.... 20 on in on a on SO copies SS 00 17 60 S 7.i il) •0p1e5.... 7AOO S7 A 0 18 7A SfflTSpecimen copies of each edition sent free. MONDAY EVENING. SEPT. 11. 1871. ADDRESS OF THE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE TO THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA. NATIONAL POLITICS. -Citizens— Th* elections to be hold in November call for «. re-statement of par ty issues. They will turn more directly upon questions of State policy ; but a pre liminary glance is proper over the general field of politics. ...

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. — 11 September 1871

receive intellectual cultivation, and arc anx ious to make good theii* theory by practi cal demonstration. The free school system cannot flourish in Virginia under the pre sent laws, and there is no hope of the ]*s sagc of proper ones, so long as the party now in power remain so. Tho superiority of a civilization of which universal educa tion is the basis, over one in which general Srnorancc prevails, has been signally taught ie world in the recent conquest of France. Here in Virginia, the prevalence of ignorance among whites aud backs is ap palling. Immigration, enterprise, capital— all shun us iv consequence, though vital to our prosperity. We cannot afford to neg lect this important subject of popular edu cation ; and no real advance will be made in it, so long as the system is in the hands of its enemies. The legislation of tho last General Assembly was but an affectation— a display of how not to do it ; and this vital work, under ostentatious pretenses of doing something, will ...

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. — 11 September 1871

€<mn ift»fr §m*M> MONDAY EVENING. SEPT. 11, 1871. UTEST BY TELEGRAPH. THE CHICAGO EPISCOPAL TROUBLE! 1 FATAL < 01.1 .ISIOS SEAR ST. LOUS ! Late Steamboat Explosion at V. limine! on! NEW YORK ITEMS J Reported Collision and Contradiction! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! __c &<». .See. Fatal Collision Sear St, Louis. St. Louis, Mo., September 11.—An ex cursion railroad tram ran into a furniture wagon, containing a pic-nic party of nine teen persons, two miles irom East St. Louis, killing three, mortally injuring two and seriously hurting five of the picknickcrs. Only three of the nineteen in the wagon es caped unhurt. The wind blowing in the direction of the approaclrng tra ; n, and the picknickcrs singing, the horses were the first to apprehend danger. One daried forward and the other back, causing the wagon to remain at a dead stand on the track. The railroad employes arc excul pated. The Recent Steamboat Explo ion at Wilming ton, N. C. Wilmington, N. C, September 11. —The coron...

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. — 12 September 1871

lie Paili S>tate jottmaL DAILY—$6 per year; six months, $3; three IM f month*, tl.sn; 1 month, M cents. If __e_ef>V SEMI-WEEKLY-4250 per year; six months, r M\ \ $1 2fi; three months, 76 cents. . _ __ ' WEEKLY—♦l.SOperyear; six months, 78cents ~~ — ' ■■■ ■ ,jjgggggg«" """*| RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 255. (Rwninfl £tatr journal Born nt Sett, Off the Coast of Virginia. [From the Baltimore American] There was a little incident occurred on board the new steamer "William Crane," on its return from Boston, some ten days since, which is too pretty to remain untold, notwithstanding the very natural sensitive ness of the lady to whom it brought the most sorrow and the most joy. Tho vessel was on its first trip, and carried a party of excursionists, to some of whom the won ders and perils of the great deep were en tirely new. When the great cyclone which passed up the Atlantic coast on the 31st ult. was encountered, about a hundred miles from the ...

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. — 12 September 1871

Evening $toU $<mml PfIIMSIIFB DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. 912H Main Street, RicmoKD, Yui.iiin. EDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Mnunucr. TERMS: DAILY. One year *ff 00 | Three months... 1 Ml tttx months &l 00 | One month .jO SEMI-WEEKLY. [lllCKn BVERT Tt'ESDAT Aye ' r.IDAT.) One year *2 50 I Three months 75 Six months 1 25 | One month 25 WEEKLY. [IB»rSD~BVERY WEDNESDAY.] One year tl M | six monih.. 75 CLUB RATES FOR'SKM I-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three Months. b eop.cn *n oo HN *: 7.i 10 copies 20 00 10 00 .'.no 3) copies 35 00 17 50 8 75 t»> SOpies.... 75 00 37 50 18 75 e*__T"Specinien copies of each edition sent free. TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 12, IS7I. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A SIATE tOYEN TION. OOMS ItBPCBI.ICAN STATE t.'EN TRAI. COMMITTEE 1 OP THE I.EI'I'SLTCAN PARTY OK VIROIMA, r Richmond, August 10, 1871. ) Yb the Voters of Virginia: At a meeting of the Committee, held in this city on the 15th instant, it was— Resolved, That tin* Republican voters of Vir ginia be as...

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. — 12 September 1871

tfvttriug £tate |(rumal TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 12, 1871. A writer in the Illinois Agricultural Ke port for 18(54 sayß: "The fences of the cnitetl States have cost more money than the houses, cities included ; more than the ships, boats and vessels of every descrip tion, Which all the ocean, lakes and rivers ; more than our manufactories, of all kinds, with their machinery ; more than any one class of property, aside from real estate, except, it may be, the railroads of our country. This may seem like an exagge rated statement, but a little estimate will show that it is not extravagant as would at Tho first cost of the fences of New York State was between one hundred and one hundred and fifty millions of dollar*. Robinson gives it at $144,000,000. As suming this to bo approximately correct, and estimating the first cost of the fences of other States on the same basis, we have, as the total first cost of the fences of the whole country, the vast sum of $1,295,- This requires to be ren...

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. — 12 September 1871

Gwntofl £tntc |ounwl TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 12, 1871, [For the State Journal. SWEETEST LIFE. In in.' heart and soul, 1 love. Sweetest life! "Tis a truth that heaven above thee Keepeth rife . Every star that shimnierelh nightly l>own the sky, Tells me it would bnrn more brightly Wert thou nigh. Every glittering orb thai v.ingeth Down its Bight, Whispers that Ihv present'- bringelh Joy—delight ! Every star-beam that alightelh From on high, (Ine perpetual songinditeth— 'You and I.''' Every tiny drop that falleth Into rain, To my thrisiy soul recalleth Thep again ; Every drop that heaven dlstilleth Into tlew, Some sweet tlower-goblet illleih I.'p for you I Every cloud at noon and ovpii In the sky, Seems a part of thee and heaven Drifting by. 'Tis a trul h that heaven above thee Keepeth rife, Iv my heart and soul I love thee, Sweetest life! New Haven, Conn., July 2.1, 1871. Republican Meeting in tlrceiisville County. THOMAS HELL ELECTF.D DELEOATK TO THE STATE Jones, Esq., was called t...

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. — 13 September 1871

WMaM DA. ILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. BiaM Main Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS: DAILY—W per year: six months, HW; three months, $1.1*0; 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.BO per year; six months, |1 2i»; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—»I.BO per year ; six months, 76 cents MTWEBKLYand SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL to Clubs at extremely low rates. tfwntttfl £htte f flttW-*t [CoMMUNICATL.i. '■The New Departnre." That great genius and great ruasljr of human nature, who, thougli born .11 the lowliest station, comprehended tho very highest and understood every phaso 0" hu man passion, says, in his Othello : When devils will their blackest sins put o 1 They do snggest at first with heavenly show-.'' This truth is exemplified by tho bog' ; Democracy in their new departure," and the whole history of that party stamps the movement as ono of fraud and hypocrisy. Kvcr since the accession of Andrew Jack son to the Presidency, the devotion of i'.ie so-called Democratic party to the slave power has been ...

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. — 13 September 1871

dvening. ftate gfimrol ___ — |ir*ti> ,V AND WEEKLY, _io__opd, Yiroinia Editor ana Manager. IS: L V. Tlin-e mouths.... INI flna month no :ekly. hat Am* priuav] Three inunths 70 )ne month 26 LLY. WRnNKSBATj Six months W 1 [SEMI-WEEKLY: Months. Three Months. »» 80 *2 7.1 io oo s no 17 ISO 8 715 37 50 18 7/1 each edition Bent free. 'O. SEPT. 13, IS7I. j . a state -onven-I f Central Ohmittke 1 •arty of ViamaiA, { itt'inl, August 16, 1871. J i ; Committee, held In this It was— >]*üblican voters of Vir lelcgated Convention, in n Wednesday, the -7 th o'clock M. And it was io Convention consist of >ight members, lo be ap mnties, according to the onse of Delegates of the i delegate, in every in lt of the Legislative Dis represent. Tins rule Is ■s anil Alternates, nipt hereof, Chairmen— c Secretaries—of county th assemble their coni 3ps as will ensure a full invention. Where no or llcans will confer togetli ce call a meeting of th*» time and place, for tho number of delegates to t>...

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. — 13 September 1871

£. entity jltate WEDNESDAY EVE'G. SEPT. 13,1871. Condensed History of Steam. About 380 years IS. (!., Ilkvro, of .Alex andria, formed a toy, which exhibited some of tho powers of steam, anil was moved by its power. A. I>. 4_o, Alhemins, an architect, arranged several *cauldrnnn of water, each covered with the wido bottom of a leather tube, which rose to a narrow top, with pipes oxtenrßng to the rafters of the adjoining building. A fire was kindled be neath the cauldrons, anil the house was .shaken by e__r_ of tho steam ascending the tubes. This is the first notice of the power of steam recorded. In 1643, June 17, Hlasco I), (laroy tried a steamboat witli tolerable success at Bar* celona, Spain. It consisted of a cauldron of boiling water, and a wheel on oach side of the ship. It was laid aside as im practicable. A present, however, was made to Garoy. In IGSO the first railroad was constructed at Newcastle on Tyne. The first idea of a steam engine in F.ng land was in the famous Ma...

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. — 13 September 1871

€vo.mg -Stat* gmmufr WEDNESDAY EVK'G. SE--7r3,1871. ■ _W__-1 NEW*. ehili exports an unusual quantity of coal The cases of cliolera in South Germany are diminishing greatly* The Battle of Dorking lias been trans lateil into French, and delights the 1' rench ________ (rained one thousand two hun dred and seventeen inhabitants in July. Illinois chickens scratched up ■ gold watch that was lost sevent—ii years ago. California's grape product this year ia ra it is proposed to build a nitro-glycerine factory at l)unleith, Illinois. Illinois to feed the nation. The Cole-county (Illinois) jail contains but four prisoners. A significant comment on Italian charac ter is the formation of an and-stabbing as sociation in Northern Italy. The dome of the new .State Ilonse at that of the' Capitol at Washington. An unknown disease is causing the death of many cattle in the vicinity of Bunker Hill, Illinois. The corner-stone of a new State normal school at Kirksville, Mo,, was laid on the Pigeons are ...

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. — 14 September 1871

toning rotate journal runi,fsiißD DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ns. 91.H Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, $3; three months, $1.60; 1 month, 80 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.ftO per year; slit months, $1 a_j three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—tI .80 per year; six months, 7o cents , MVWEEKLY ami HBMI-WEBKLY JOURXAL lo Clubs at extremely low rttt.es. v.L — ,' a ~ Letter Ire,.. I'bilti.l. Ipliia. [Conespondenco of the State Journal] Philadelphia, Sept. 12,1871. Entering this city by the Philadelphia and Wilmington railroad, one is surprised at the amount of building that is going on. Fac tories and dwellings are going up by the block, while a great many cheap tenement houses for the laboring population arc be ing erected. They cost less than a thou sand dollars each, and yet contain most of the modern conveniences—water, gas, and closets; others, on a smaller scale, cost less than six hundred dollars, and yet they are neat and convenient, and are rented low, and ...

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. — 14 September 1871

#Mttmfl $} tate gmxml rrsLtsHKß DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AY No. .ltM Mais Strhht, Richmond, Viruisia. HOWARD DANIELS, Editor m.i.l Manager. TERMS: ■ AIL V . One year Wool Three months.... let). 8— months *.) uu I One month Ml [ISBCSD HVKRT TCBSDAY AMD FRIDAY.] Oas year *-> 501 Three months 7.1 _U months 1 26 | One month 25 WEEKLY. _18BUHD._VI.RY WEDNESDAY.] One year %l 50 | six months 73 CLUB RATES FORISEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three Months. _ copies.. ..til 00 ♦8 60 ♦: 7S 10 copies.... 20 00 10 00 S 00 2D copies .15 00 17 50 8 75 00 sopies.... 75 00 .17 50 18 75 M Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 14,1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VOMVEN TION. 00HS R_r.Bl.lo_.. STATE CSXTRAI, COHHITTEB 1 OF THS RSPCBI.ICAM PARTY OF VIRGINIA, > Richmond, August 16,1871. J lb the Voters of Virginia: At a meeting of the Committee, held in this -ity on tlie ISth instant, it was— Resolved, That the Republican voters of Vir ginia be assembled in dele...

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. — 14 September 1871

THURSDAY EVENING, SEI'T. 14.1871. The Potomac Fruit Grower*' Association. This association met Tuesday at the Hoard of Trade rooms, in Washington, Judge (iray in tlie chair, P. 11. Folsom, secretary. Tlie following persons were unanimously elected to membership: Mr. iSolomon l.rown, of Uniontown, proposed hy Dr. Darby ; E. Wincholl, Colonel T. Luby and John A. Maker, of Washington, l>. <'~ by ("olonel I). S. Curtiss; Mr. C. L Sparks, by Captain C. B. Parkman ; W. 11. Lip scomb, by Major King : and Dr. (ireen, of Fairfax county, by Judge Cray. Dr. J. C. Hall, of Washington, present ed to the president a bottle of wine made from tho Scuppemong grape. The wine has been in his possession twenty years, and it was reserved for deliberate discussion with a vote of hearty thanks to the doc tor. Votes of thanks were givon to the follow ing persons: Colonel Chamberlain and John Saul, of this city, and to General Fur-mas, of Ne braska, for donations to the Association of their fruits ; a...

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. — 14 September 1871

THURSDAY EVENING. SKPT. 14.1871. . i _,___ tetter from Culpeper. Ci'l.PKi'i.R, Va., Sept. n, ISfl, To the Eilitor of the State Journal: Sir—The Republicans of Culpeper held their county convention to-day at three o'clock. The county was well represented. On motion, Mr. Wm. il. Eggborn was vailed to the chair temporarily and was finally made permanent chairman of the convention, and Mr. J. I. Wiggin »a: chosen secretary. The business of the convention having lieen slated by the chairman to be for the purpose of selecting one delegate and ono alternate to represent the county in the con vention which is to meet in Richmond on the 27th inst., it was resolved to go into the nominations for that purpose; whereupon Mr. W. H. Eggbont was the unanimous choice of the convention as delegate to said convention and Mr. L. 1.. Ixwis in a like manner was chosen as alternate. The next business in order was the ap pointment of a county central committee of ten. On motion, a committee of live was ch...

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