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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 21 September 1871

PUBLISH.D DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, A« Ne. 01_)_ Main Street, It 1.1,111011,1, V» TERMS: DAILY—*f) per year: six months, *)_; three •months, BJO; 1 month, 50 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY— fS.bo per year; six months • 1 '2b; three ifionths, 7. cents. WEEKLY—at.BO per year; six months, 78 centa mtrWEEBLYand SEMI-IVBBKLY JOUBNAL to Vinos ed extremely low rali.t. <&vmms £Mt gtnumt literary. Mrs. Henry Wood's new book, "ftW Hollow," by the author of "East Lynnc," is in press, and will be pub lished in a few days by T. 11. Peterson & Brothers, Philadelphia, from the author's manuscript and advanced proor sheets, purchased by them from Mrs. Henry .Yood. It will be issued in America simultaneously with its publication in I-ondon, and in uniform style with "Bessy lie," "Roland Yorke," "The Chan* F," "and all the previous works by this rite and popular author. "Dene Hol ," while containing the characteristic features of jls author's style, may be con sidered equal, if not superior, 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. — 21 September 1871

gwttittg £Mt gmu'ttal PCBLISHJ.n D4TLY, S*Ml_-VTftEKLY AND WEEKLY, At N). tm Maix Sthki:., Rkh-omo, Yiriukia. Kl> _ Will DANIELS, |.dii nr „,,_ »l_nn_er. TERMS : DAILY. One year *c no I Three months 180 Six niunlhs ♦.. on I fine month 00 semi-weekly. [issvin RVnitT TISSDAI AND run,At .J One year »_ 081 Three months 7b Six months 1 '2b \ tine month Sb WEEKLY. [iSSCID'kV'KKV W__.N_BDAT._ One year tl fio | six months 78 CLUB HATES FOR'SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three Montbs. "8 copies.... *11 no tb bo tl 7b 10 copies 20 00 1(100 6 (HI 'id copies ... 00 17 60 8 78 til copies.... 78 IXI Iff Ml 19 75 aarsiiecimen copies of each edition sent free. TIIURSDAYEVEXIXC). SEPT. 21,1871. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE tOWI TION. OOMS R.PI'BT.ICA. Stati: l'„.vr„AL COMMUTE. ) Or the Republican- Party of Yirfiinia, J Richmond, August Id, 1871. ; To the Voters of Virginia : At a meetingof tho Committee, held in this city on the l.',th instant, it was— Betolred, That the Itepublican voters of Vi...

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. — 21 September 1871

<£vrniitg Mxti gomttal THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 21,1871, Letter from Pennsylvania. [Correspondence of the Slate Journal.] I'ITTSHHRO, September 15. From Johnstown to this city by day is a very interesting ride. Coal .nines, iron and coal, works are innumerable almost. Entering this city is going from light into seeming darkness. A slight rain was fall ing, with a large amount of coal dust, which is never ending. Everything and every place is covered with it. To paint, is to apply a coat of oil and coal. In the year 181.'! tho first furnace was started in this place. Not till 1824 was another put in operation. Now, there were, in 1870, in operation seven blast furnaces, producing annually 60,000 tons of iron. The gross sales of pig-iron in 1870 amounted to over 150.000 tons, forty-eight founderies using 4,000,000 pounds of iron per annum. One cupola has a capacity of fifty tons, melting twelve tons of iron an hour. There are over 40 rolling mills, with 102 trains of rolls from Bto ...

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. — 21 September 1871

___s—-——-—————————————————■ (.itttittfl £tatc Journal. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 21,1871. LETTER FROM ll\( \STEE. [Corrfspon<l,>,ii'c ~f the State .Journal. I Fincastle, Va.,Sept, 18, 1871.' A meeting of the Republicans of Bote tourt county assembled at the court-house thereof, on Wednesday, the tith inst., antl was called to older by Charles I. Ander son, who introduced Col. A. M. Crane, of Slanntion, to Address the meeting. Mr. t 'nine responded in a very earnest speech, which was well received by all present. He reviewed the course of the Democratic party of the State nf the put two years, and nttacked the policy of the judiciary in a vigorous and manly speech, much to the satisfaction of his hearers. Mr. Crane spoke about an hour, when the meeting wttt adjourned over, to meet in the pun jury-room at 1 o'clock ; when L. F. LotlX was chosen chairman, and Solomon Swit /.er, Esq., secretary. After explaining the object of the meeting, Charles V. An derson, Esq., was unanimously ...

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. — 22 September 1871

<£wmno JWate gfounutl r.iii.i_„_ n DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, At Ne. 91IIM Main Street. Richmond, Vn. TERMS : DAILY— ti per year; six months, fH; three months, ♦l._ 0; I month, _0 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦-.SO per year; six moo ths, $1 '_'~; three mouths, 75 cents. WEEKLY—SI.SO per year; six months, 7b cents *ST WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL lo Clubs at extremely low rates. (Bvmmq .State goumai I''ah_k„_ i_ CorsciL.—We understand that nt tho approaching fair of the A'irginia Stat. Agri cultural Society meetings will lie hold every night for tlie discussion of questions of practical agriculture and cognate subject*. At the last fair such a programme was Inter rupted hy the Lee Memorial (invention, to which the society very cheerfully gave way, and by n meeting to hear an address or addresses on edu cation. Tills time the society intends to claim its time, and give the farmers of tlie State an opportunity of exchanging views on all the Im i„> its nt questions connected with 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. — 22 September 1871

doming J*tate goutm... rrai.i.inCT .V ANIi WEEKLY, ■ ATLY, No. 819H Mai* Stre.t, Richmond, Vir_ikia. KOWARO DANIELS, Editor nnd Mutineer. TERMS : DAILY. Oue year t_ on I Three months.... 1 fO Blxtnonihs ft n,>| On,' month fiO BEMI-WI-.KKI.V. [issfrd avin HMMtt ASt FBIDAT.] One year fl 80 I Three months 7b Six months 1 '..', | tine month M tVIU.KLY. [t.-CID'-VKH. WKDSRsn.IT.] One year *l H | Six months T8 ULUR RATES FOB■-SKMI-WKEKLY: On' Year. BiX Months. Three Months. "8 oopies....*ll on *", ,">n fl to To copies.... 90 mi in 00 I <«' 20 copies 3.', (Nl 17 M s M 90 copies.... 7,' i IXI S7 (HI 18 7.1 aarspecimen copies ol each edition sent free. FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT. 22, 1171. OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATE VO.WKN TIOIV eons Re. i-t.u a . St il ■ ( 'cstrai, CoaxlTTBI I .Or the Rkim'ri ican Pari't or VinuisiA, J Richmond. August lti, IS7I. J To the Voters of V ■ ,-yinia : At a meeting of the Cmuinittee, held in this city un the Kith instant, it was— Resolved, That the Republican vo...

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. — 22 September 1871

Owning _■&...* Jouvnal ."kT.)AY r.VKMNG. SKIT. __, 1871. Xew York Fnrmers' -!üb. Mum. QtiESTio-ca Aitotr Stock* RAlSlNG.—Several correspondents one from Maine who lia-, $9,000, untl others who have lis si money, ask the advice of tlie club, and the-club answers : Don't go so far .south ns v country where the summer* . in , m ]|„t ami thu greenhcads and nms iiititooa very savage, nor so far north ihat yon have hut five month*of grazing. Cat tle and sheep tlo best on lands' that are Ugh and breezy. Buy good common cows and I a big pure-blooded Durham bull, nnd do not depend on wild grasses. They will an- ! swer as a makeshift like a sod-cabm or a straw bnrn. Men that went West wilh $•"> have made money handling stock and bought lands of those who went with thousands. The tptestion is not how much money you can lake out, but how much grit and" how much much thrift. Kittatinny THE Hest. —Dr. Trim ble—T want to say one wort! about the best blackberry, the Kittatinny. My ex perienc...

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. — 22 September 1871

(Bmm JKtfc gotttnal FRIDAY EVEXIN-;. SEPT. __, 187 L [From Old and New.| Alt! AM) NATI UK. BY .'-.Ml.* FREEMAN t I ARXK. I entered a ducal palace- A palaco stately and old ; Its vast saloons were glowing With marble, and rich with gold. t>u the tables, iv tender mosaic, - — Were mar.clous fruits and flowers ; ""On the walls were Pouissln's land-cape-. With their sunshine ami shaded bowers. And in the vase before DM Were roses white and red ; I stooped to welcome their fragrance. Hut found them waxen and dead. Then forth from the lofty window 1 stepped into living green, Where the stone-pines stood around me, With fiowery shrubs between. And I >«aid, "Take the costly splendor- Take the wonderful triumphs of art : But give me living Nature, Which speaks to my son! and bean "These works of man are noble, In each fair Italian town ; But God's are wherever the sun goes up, Or the shades ol night come down. Let wise men, on the anvils Of study, fashion out truth ; But religion is se...

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. — 23 September 1871

Gwntofl £tat* gwmh TERMS ■ HAILY—to per year; six months, W; three months ci.so; I month, M cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.6O per year; six months, • l 25; three months, 75 cents. W KFJCLY—»I .50 per year; six months, 75 cent* fwtjjj £titte Jmmral which men feel in the struggles for as cendency in politics, might be saved by re membering that "all men cannot be great at once." Members of the same party strive for oven insignificant places with a zeal, energy, and expenditure of time and means, out of all proportion to the object sought to be gained. Failure brings disap a sense of personal wrong, because their claims have not been duly appreciated by their fellows. At this time when nominations are being made for offices, and for each office there are several disappointed aspirants, it is es pecially appropriate to recall this succession in honors and good fortune, which seems to l« one of the organic laws of the social world. The nMsfortune of our party seems to be that the offices at its d...

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. — 23 September 1871

tfwmwg ftotc gwnml AT No. SIS* Mai* Strubt, RloaaoUD, Vik.i:i:< KUUAHD DANIELS. Editor nml MftllßSSf. TERMS DAILY. One year *« on I Three months... t Six mouths *» I*ll One month SO semi-weekly. [ISSUSD KVHKf ITF.>I>AT AMI 1 11IDAT.] One year *2 X | Three months • Kixmonths llt I Hue mouth • '- WEEKLY. [IBStJSO"BVBRT WBDS6SDAT.] One year »l 50 | six mouths ' CLUB RATF.S FORISKMI-AVEEKLY : One I#OT. Stt Xontht. Three .Vautli.' "i copies.... »11 00 •» X »2T5 19 copies... '20 on HI ot» ■< <"' in copies So 0(1 17 50 » 74 1 oopies.... 75 IKI *7 50 18 75 ■Specimen copies of each editiun sen: tree. eons Rksi-blicas Statr Central Committee ) .Of the RKprai.ieAN Party of Visuixia, r Richmond, August 18, 1871. ; T» the Voters »/ Virgin in : At a meeting of the Committee, held in this city on the 15th Instant, it was— Resolved, That the Republican voters of Vir ginia be assembled in delegated Convention, in the city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the 27tli any of September, nt li 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. — 23 September 1871

fining State #oumal SATURDAY EVENING, S_i>T. 23,1871. tor County (IVnn.) papers tin essay read i..v Rfannsr's wife, at a Farmers' CUth, .hi the overworked condition ol' women m country hornet. I know not how it ma) In-i'i.s.."wlicit-; but iti iYuii.--vU.inia thori seems to be a general awakening mi litis subject among the women, aii'l *—no sym pathy in llicii' iicl.tilt' an. tin;; tin: _OTO thoughtful men. This is an encoura change from trie playful irony with which 'ii has been Ihe time-honored custom l"i good tempered husbands lo treat the com plaints ol their wives ; and yet, if you can believe it, there are it lew women of the Live iltem-an-inch-and-they'll-take-an-ell ml, who arc not even yet quite Battened. AVhatcver may be the rotations between man and wife in cities, it is certain that on every well-managed farm which is culti vated for a livelihood, the woman takes her lull share of responsibility and toil. The business on our average sized Eastern [aimi is but half desc...

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. — 23 September 1871

gyeitofl StateJgourttat. tiaed at Hampton on Sunday last. Sarepta Hall, at Alexandria, will ho ready for occupation in two months. The Alexandria (frays will he forced to j disband. The required number of mem- j bers not having been obtained. Miss Sallie t'urran, ot Pulaski, was badly hurt internally, by being thrown from a horse, on Monday last. An addition, consisting of a school-room and vestry-room, is to be put to Grace j Memorial church at once, in Lynchburg. Mr. J. Holey, who has been clerk at the I Norvell house, In Lynchburg, for the la»t five yearn, is to make Chattanooga his fu ture home. Tho German Lutherans of Alexandria have purchased the lot corner of Alfred and Cameron streets, .and are to erect a house of worship. A dwelling house and kitchen, belonging j to Waddy Burton, Esq., in the southeastern part of Bedford comity, was destroyed by tire on Saturday night last. Quite a number of the citizens of Cul peper are about to emigrate to Huntingdon ) the new city on the...

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. — 25 September 1871

iwnittfl State I«nut .-»." .■___-»b ■'■'."..y.-i~— j--- rPBT.tSHB n DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. Q1SM Main Street, Rlchmand, Va. TERMS: DAILY— te per year; six mouths, 83; three months 81.50; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—82.60 per year; six months, 81 26; three months, 76 cent*. WEEKLY—81.60 per year; six months, 76 cents lerWBKKLTanit dKMI-WKBKl.T JOURNAL to clubs at extremely low rfttes. •f vetting State § mmxat TRIALS.' Tho sentence of some of the North Car olina prisoners is being made tho occasion of spiteful criticism and abuse of Judge ] Bond by the Democratic papers. Even our j neighbor of the Dispatch is ready to retract all the good things it hail said of this faith" I fill and upright judge, now that he has im- ! partially and fearlessly executed the laws ! of the" United States. The Dispatch says: j J uUge Bond shows the partisan purposes of the law in deliberately saying that the Republicans of North Carolina are in the hands of bandits ! and " there is no se...

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. — 25 September 1871

(t vetttog 3 tate goutttat. t . Fl'BMRHl.a DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. H1-2H M»rs Stumer, RMtttMl), Ytn'.m*. ■MM IMMK0.S. Editor anil l»lnnnm>r. Ono year I>U I Tttree months.... 1 50 , Six mouth. *< ml] One month oo ■MMBM HM hvkky rt ksihv a.mi rßinsv.J One year $t MlThree months W ' six months I—l One moiiili -•'■ WU—LVi [i»BC»D"BVB»T WBDSBaDAT.] Oca year tl 50 I _x months 75 (tLUII RATES FOU'SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Sir Months. Tkrti Mo ~; copies....*ll 00 15/10 *'7j in copies.... HO 00 10 on r, no M copies 35 110 17 50 ( M Ml copies.... 75 110 S7 50 Ii 75 s_~Specimon copies of each edition sent free. cc*« ilkitbmcas srATK Oxafaat Otnturftn 1 ,OS Tlltt KSPUBMCAN IJARTI'1 J ARTI' OF YIRiUNtA, i Kichmond: August IS, I*7l. ; To the. Voters of Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held in this city on the liith iustant, it was— Resolved, That tlie Republican voters of Yir giuta be assembled in delegated Convention, in Hie city of Kichmond, ou Wednesday, the 'JJll...

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. — 25 September 1871

£t?ettitttj £tate gamuti MONDAY EVENING. SEPT. 25, 1871. CiltA.1N 1> .J 111 11 LsXtoffl t J EMANCIPATION ANNIVERSARY!! HOW IT WAS fEI.EKRATKD BY THE snvrov 8MSMI Mass Meeting Yesterday !! OHAT(Q» OF JOIH M. f.A\t;sKi\ ! ! cola was celebrated yesterday by the Slan ton Guards, with interesting exercises, on the White Lot, south of the Executive Mansion. At 2 o'clock the procession, composed of the Guards and invited guests, started trom the rendezvous in front of the City Hall in the following order: Platoon of I'nlii'c, under Sergeant Poole, of the Second pre cinct; Colonel Bowen and stall'; Columbia band; Company A. Stanton Guards, with thirty men, under tlie command of Captain \V. Marshall; Company 1), thirty men, commanded by Lieutenant AY arrcti; Com -11, fifty nun, coinniainled by Captain Your)£; Fifth district laboring men, mar shaled by George Forrester and Sandy Lacy; the Chief Marshal, A. M. Green, and aids A. Jones and W. 11. Browne. Then followed carriages, in which wer...

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. — 25 September 1871

fettittfl £tate gotmtat. T "TI ~" — MOM DAY EVENING. SEPT. 26, lift. JOBS W. WOLTZ, Hew. and City Editor. LOCAL B_-VT-?l_ftS. Tsar Hue., for one Insertion 2aceuts; two l_ „nion« 40 cents; three insertions .10 rents, t'ash in advance. »_ I its Subscribers.—Persons wishing the Stat. JoraiAL left early and regularly at their places of business, or residences, by responsible c. irriers, will please leave tlieir orders with Johs «ro» k Sbldbn, Newsdealers, 918 Main Street, and at the News Depot of W. A. EnwAr.ns, mi East Uroail Street. Local Notes. —Norboru F. Thompson has been ap iiointcd notary public for Dinwiddie. —Tho quantity of grain, &r., offered at the Corn and Flour Exchange this morning, was largely in excess of that of any previous day during the present month. —We made one of our periodical visit* lo Rocketts this morning, but gained no in formation of an interesting or startling na ture to lay before our readers, —The "new iron steamship building at Kockctts for the Vir...

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. — 26 September 1871

(fetttog £tate gouvwai I>Al_Y—♦() per year: six months, ♦3; three months, ♦I.fKI; 1 month. BO cents. SEMWEEKI.Y—_.,: I per yenr; six months, II 21; three months, 711 cents. WEEKLY—II.SO per yenr; six monthi", 78eent» (t vetting gmmial State Central Committee, both in that body anil among the people. The commit tee is therefore expected to do many things that ithas no power to accomplish, and oth ers, that if done could only bo mischievious in their tendency. it is exceedingly important that tlie con vention which assembles here, should fix with some precision the functions which that committee shall exercise. Withoi Home clear, distiucCunderstanding of wha that committee is intended to # accomplis no intelligent selection of men to compos it, is likely to take place. Unless its specif work be defined it can neither be comment ed for, its fidelity nor blamed for its neglec of duty, and no responsibility can be fixei which is a vital defect in any organizatio that has work to do. W...

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. — 26 September 1871

(£vmm# £tate One ye:ir.. g 001 Tiip" l nimnli-. i;«:ki.y. [!_*_„_ EVt.RY _*____,_ ASS fridat.] One year $_ 601 Three montlu _tx month* 1 21* \ One month ... ;\v_:i:kly. [ftttfED "_Vl.it rJWKn.VC^DAT.] _».iv year *I M | Si* months Cl.t_fi KA.TK-S FOU;SEBiI-WBEKI_Y : One that. Six Months, Three Month* $t_L...tU oo *:> 60 C ' 77. in copies.... _ti «) io of) M copies SO oo 17 W I M -i copies ... 7.. (hi 87 -CI Ifl ".'."» g_rspeciiuen cop. I of each edition sent free. It K<!>._Y BVHNING, SEPT. &6. 1871 on TCIAL CALL ion \ STATE vo.wr::. now. onus Rkiuumi ax StaTß 0"R ikai. COMHiTTBS O* thk UaPOBMCAK Par iv of Yiroima, Richmond, August l_, 1171. Ta ihe. Vol i,-k •>/' Virginia : At a meeting Of the Committee, held in til .ity on tho i.»t)i InaUvnt, it w.i j -■ Ktsolced t That ill" Repobttcau voters of Vii ginia be assembled In delegated Convention, i rho city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the 371 doy of September, at 1_ o'clock M. And ii wn farther ordered, that tlie t convent...

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. — 26 September 1871

dveitittfl #tate $oi.mtal TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 20,1871. To tkt Fditor of the Stale ./.,„,■„,,/. As greetings come from every quarter of this country, of the grand success of Iteptih licanism, 1 desire herewith to let you know how things are nourishing in the; noble cause in the little county of Prince George. We had v grand Republican rally on last Saturday, flic utmost unity and harmony prevailed, and in the language of the Dem ocratic press reporters that were present, with "great expectations" of a rote in the Republican ranks, "every thing was one sided," in which they were right at least for once in their lives. The meeting .as called to order by the election of William IT. Baldwin chairman, and William W. Maulton secretary. The first business was the election of a new county executive committee, by the appointment of five members from each township. The committee elected is a very good one, and is wholly proof against the Democratic guns of this county. A delegate was electe...

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. — 26 September 1871

€mi\\§ ftate fwtvttal TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. W.1871. I irginian, which we heartily ewlnMU: The allegiance of Republican* must be ti the party, not to men. The m .cm o man-following is dangerous and pernicious it symbolizes ignoranco and dependence and k-ails to corruption and disorganisation party-following symboliises discipline, mdc pondence, power, peace, good_fetlov_lii]i among those who ought to he friends — substantial henclit and encouragemen' ti Tlie approaching State convention has a grand mission, and will, we trust ami be lieve, rise to a proper appreciation of the pave duties that ought l<> come under it: i areful consideration. It must lie it wink ing body. We are not in want of Spei make them at home toyour constituents luit give us tlie henctitof your intellect am information, and unselfish devotion to the \o Republican is wortHy of the nam who, in minor matters, liiat are mostl) local, largely personal, and perhaps purclv selfish, so acts as to peril the succes...

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