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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 September 1871

fettittfl £tate fmtntal WEEKLY—♦I.SO per ye»r; hix months, 73 cent« WEEKLY and SEMI- WttKMX JOVHM I. $ vetting #tate fotttttal more ttozejie lias uecn me lounit. , io the ettect that the Hon. Lewis McKenzie and Senator John P. Lewis were expected to make war upon the carpet-baggers in the coming Convention, We considered it too silly to notice, as the liberal views of both those gentlemen upon Northern settlers are well-known. Senator LeW)S goes so far as to say " tha he considers the Northern man, who come to Virginia to settle from free choice, is ci titled to more credit as a citizen of Virgini than himself, who only happened to be borne, here ; that iie cares nothing for birt place but only for character." Lewis McKenzie has always been know r.s a sturdy, original Unionist, the earnes and intelligent friend of Northern institu (ions and the introduction of Northern sel settlers. Both these gentlemen disclaim a place seeking or personal aims, and expres their great desire for har...

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. — 27 September 1871

tfveumfl £tate gjmml Bit month* 7.77. .6 on | One month no SEMI-WEEKLY. [ln-TED BTERY tM*MI _Sl> _ IUDA-.l On" year _ .",111 Three months 7 oXmonth* 1 'io \ One month - ;\VK!_I.V. [_arSß"_T_-JW_MS-t>-f _ On* year tl V> | six months t'l.i'H n.VTis FOBIBKMI-WKEHLY: One Tear. Six Months. Three J_*_ • a i„i,ii>s til no ♦.'> .1" . W lv oopies.... H (hi H •'' I* '.'II copies ;« («i 17 M i "a Vi copies... WOO S7 90 18 78 MTSpccimen copies of each edition sent free. WEDNESDAY EYEVU. SEPT. - . 1871 . _ fcoona Klin m n-ax Statu Central i (VI, STAT* Klmntt (VmMITTKK, . l(i.■liinnnil, S"pt. -11, 1871. 5 To the Delegates to the State -ouveiition : (kmHUmin <W« hart the honor to inform jro that tin* following railroad companies accord i you the privilege extended th* late Democrat Convention ofpauiag over their roads at liul viz : Richmond ami Petersburg! Hlcbmon .md Danville and Piedmont, Richmond, Frede leksbnrg and Potomac, Atlantic, Mlssl_tppl an Yon will he required lo pay ...

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. — 27 September 1871

dvetriao £tate gaitnurt. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O.SEPT. 27,1871. Pursuant to a call by AY. L. Herr, chair man of the Executive Committee of the county of Augusta, a large meeting of the Republicans of the county and city of .Staunton, was held in the township hall in Staunton to-da}', for the purpose of elect ing alternate delegates to the State Conven tion, to be held it Richmond on the 27th. The meeting WM called to ofder by W. L. Herr, Ksq., on whose motion Major John A. Harinan was elected chairman and H. Risk secretary. Major J. A. Harmati, Captain A. M. Crane and Giles Jackson were nomi nated, and unanimously elected, as alter nates of the delegates elected at a previous Mr. A. Shoveller then offered tho follow ing resolutions, which, on being read by the secretary, were, by a rising vote, unmi- Whkrras, as Republicans we believe that the friends of the government and the administration should fill the olßces of the government, and W-BRkas we believe, from all tb* past record. that Mr...

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. — 27 September 1871

WI',l)M'>l>AVI.\i \'i..->i:i'l.::V, 1S71. ■1 I !■ IKI I - DtJ i . in rale 'ian cj' ''■' '■' *• And each from eacu mti-1 -• llov, brief the word—how 1 ng tJn To pari -and par: tuvn'i' 1 I Acre bootless HOW to i|l. lion v,ll\ . i It fan ihe d\ nil- ember - 1 itiiiieli ' The uratUful moons have mt. I lur Vl'ii in dead li' I pt-M i i iTeweil. maniie' S_nwpart Weinu-i, We'll put in quiei fa-hion ; For u« no fooli-ti tear*, yon tnow, Kur us no idle pat-ton. ill ...;■■(. Ished thai yon had filed, pre yon had cm c idet me, I a i tin* years are n'l your own, Whet-in to quite l_gi' me. drained Love's go bli ito the dri _r_inrd wii), rhyme or reason, ,;,,! .i,.., ~,.,] th* fervor oi' the A • '. hr ".i all a summer** sea-eu : We drai_ ili'- rep of passion dry. Through lips, our spirits Mending; How*trange thai tint should cease lobe Which oM.-e we thought tme::' ; saw Mm drat when early spring Hn d" tipped with (t-een Ihe heather: i he robin piped upon the tree, i Ail Nature came toget...

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. — 28 September 1871

fetttog £tate gounutl Al !_. _-M Mala Street, itlchm.-d. Va. DAlLY—*>i per year; six months, $;!; three month*, 11 .Ml; i month, _ cents. SEMI-WKEK.I.Y—«_.«> per year ; rlx mon: lis, tl _'.; three months, 7.1 oents. WEEKLY—*I._ Iter year; six months, 75 cent* €wttmg $tate §<mn*at E.he Convenlinn that adjounied this rning, wa_ marked by a degree of har mony and dignity in its deliberations which, was cheering to the fricnas of thct cause. Willi rtmAjxceptions a spirit of libe rality and concession prevailed among the delegates. The action of the Convention in nearly every important particular was well considered, impartial, and calculated to strengthen the Republican cause in the The platform nnd resolutions bring the party up to present duties, and define sharply and distinctly, the living issues of the canvass. Upon these issues it takes high (round, and may safely appeal for the united and enthusiastic support of all its members, The people of Virginia have now to choose ...

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. — 28 September 1871

iiUtttin.q £tate gflMrttal 11 > ,i stkkkt, RiuaatiMi; Vtawt-ttr. SEMI-W KI.KI.Y. n _VK»V IT Ksl'AY -ill) - RIDAT.] i ■.... Tear _M I Three month* B .. I afi \ Ot_ month IW ;\vi;i:ki.v. [IS-VFII*KVIiKVaWK-.V8.--*l.] ii * year _ 50 i si* nioiitlis T.I • 'I.t .1 RATIOS KOR. K-11-WEEKJ-Y I One Tear, Six Mmiilm. Tier < Montkt :, copt-t IS .V' * JJ *.... 'Jtl tltl 10 Oil .1 I" . op*** so no 17 wi I M :.n roi_* I* DO WI on I s M r.-J .Huinii'ii co|in- .. •.■ ii .'ii -'in free. Till RSDAYEVENING.SEPT.9B,IB7I. IHE TAXES OF THE STATE WILL BE OT LESS THAN <>XX DOLLAR I'PON" HE IirNDRED DOLLARS' VAI.I-A --ION, OR DOriH.K WHAT THE RE NOW 1 ! That under thk Fuxdtxo Bill <i|'.\ DOLLAR IN MONEY Will. EVER EACH the State Treasury at i'RE ENT HATES, A 9 Till. COUPONS ARE ■lAlli; RECEIVABLE FOR TAXES, AND will all be nouciiT up B_ Tin: county Treasurers at a discount, AND turned over TO the Statu, in LIEU OF MONEY ! ! W'cAefij Treasurer Rife, or ami other man. in deny these propomUmns. ...

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. — 28 September 1871

Evening #tate $tmvml THTTRSDAY EVENING. SEPT. 28,1871. tors published in his magazine, gives this \iviil description of life in Spain ; We commenced at once upon tho sights of Madrid, visiting the armory first, where wo saw swords worn hy Charles V., Don •John of Ails-fin, Pizarro, Philip 11., Cortes; the armor of I'ohimlms, Philip It., Charles V.; the saddle of the ('id, and other articles of historical interest. We wont stables and coach-house, and the Xaval Museum, in which there are many memo rials of Columbus. Our party called upon General Sickles, United States minister to Spain. We had met him before at the headquarters of General Grant in Washing ton, and on tho floor of the House of Re presentatives, lie had grown stouter, and tlie air of Madrid seemed to agree with him. lie was very pleasant and agreeable, and is, in fact, a model minister. The next, day we went to the Royal Pic ture Gallery, which is one of the largest and choicest in Europe. Besides the works of the Span...

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. — 28 September 1871

tfvenmg SteS gotmial •I'lli '. H)AY hVV-XlNG.8KPT.28,ltol. BY TKL1WKAHI. Massacimseti- Repnlcaii Coiiventioii! GEN. BUTLER DEFEATED ! Jew York Republican CoMeiitioii! KIT.OKEI. ITiPERIAI. ABIHCATIOY! .Hc<>. &<•. A*'. ..I the vntoon the nomination for l_vornor 'ii tin Republican (.'(invention, whs: lor Wa.-iburno, W- ; for Hatlof, 40. I'.ullei- declares that lie accepts the action i.t tlie Convention as final. id-solutions endorsing < Jnnit were adopted. The resolutions say that " Woman . s>uf -,i:i_.o rei|iiires respectful and careful __■ .id'eiation." ■*. ititinrcit Imperial Alulicalimi. iieiina, An-ihi't, September _&.— It is i nnored dial Francis Joseph, tho Emperor _u-liia, is about to abdicate. 'Ihe causa assigned for tlie act is his despot id . at hi< unfitness to meet the cottetitn i.oiial crisis, which threatens the dissolu tion of the Empire. New Yerk Renublicnn State Cunveutlon. <./<('.-./_, X _'~ September 28.—1n the i...publican convention...

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. — 29 September 1871

<_■wttittg 9 tate gountat, » , - • TERMS: DAILY* —_ jK-r year; six months, . ; three months, ♦1.50; 1 mouth, _ cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—_.Ao per year; six months, $1 23: threo months, 7.'i cents. WEEKLY'—_ .60 per year; six months, 76 cents (Evetttofl estate gowna!. foxes of Democracy out of their holes, and compelled them to come into the light in the presence of honest, intelligent men. The voters, and especially the property-holders of Virginia, arc nt last aroused to the im pending ruin that threatens them ; but the Eiupiirer undertakes to parry the attacks made against the financial policy of the Democracy all along the line, by the false statement that our taxes have not been in creased at all. We state, that this is untrue, and again acsert that tho rates of taxation, up to the coming in of this present detestablo Demo cratic State administration, was thirty cents on the hundred dollars, and that by that administration it was increased, and it is j now fifty cents on the hundred...

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. — 29 September 1871

@mm\\$ £tate gmxml KWTAHD I>AMI-:i.s, Editor and Vtnnom-r. . 1.1 lis *no I One month _ [|s..|:U X V I- IS V |___ .!>-!! ritlUAY.] ■ ear __|Thl_ months JJ s x ii'iuiiilts 120 ] tine mulish [IS*!-!* .KVIiRVjIVF.D.VESD.IT.] iiti year _ _ j six months 75 CUTIS RATES FOU. EUI-WEEIvLY i One Tear. Six Months. Thee- !i Is_ Specimen copies of each edition Bent free. : RTOAY EVENING. SEPT. 20, ISTI. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER THK FUNDING 1111.1, THI TAXES OP THE STATE WILL DE NOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON" THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION', OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY That under the Finding Bui. NtiT A DOLLAK IN MONEY WILL EVlii ue.ycii the State Tueasury at PRE SENT KATES, AS THE COUPONS AltE MADE RECEIVABLE FOR TAXES, AM) WILL ALL BE BOUGHT UP BY THE (AIUNTY TItEASfKEIt.S AT A DISCOUNT, AND TURNED OVER TO THE STATE IN We defy Treasurer Eye, or any other man, ii'ic'iniiaid press silent on l/tis question ? THE AUTI _N CANVASS. President Oram'* Administration. SPEECH OF SECRETARY ROBES...

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. — 29 September 1871

<0Mttfafl f tate" $<mntal FRIDAY EVENING. SKPT. 20, 1871. timely extract: But a second imperative need ol the Smith, as we nee it, is diversified industry. Wo arc aware that Mr. Ruskin, quitting tlio domain of Art Criticism, for which he possesses tlie preeminent endowment of keen aptitudes, wide observation, and pa tient study of nature, protracted residence amongst the greatest scenes and works of both art and nature, together with a won derful command of eloquent, glowing and picturesque language, has of late years taken to preaching sermons upon political economy. As was to be expected, he pro pounds some wild views upon the great social and economic problems of tho ago. We find him contending that each nation and each region should ascertain the special pursuits to which it is adapted by soil, pe culiarities of national character, and bent of natural inclination. To that speciality he maintains that all its energies should be devoted, and that other nations, not thus adap...

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. — 29 September 1871

dtrrtttotj £tate gottmat. : ;:iii.\v i:vj:.m>.'.;. si;i'T. :", \<,\. H\ TELEGRAPH. NATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONVENTION' Church Burners Lynched i MEW YORK ITEMS ! •Ice. _co. »v<?. I of the railroad cnm • uport of the committee on inlcii • in -water communication, recommends (lit ing of llie mouth of the Mississippi temporary expedient, mid (he construe if a ship canal, connecting tho M with the ocean, as a commercial i ty, from o. near Ftttt St. Pnfllip, on fti leU bank to the Gulf of Mexico, to b maintained at government cost and Tree o . An appropriation of |4,_.,_. I d lor this work. fbe action of the previous convention rding the James Kiver and Kanawha , was approved, and the appeal t i 'ongrcss for aid renewed. Hon. Kcverdy Johiwofi addressed the i 'invention. < liui-ch Ilurmrs Lynched. A.. iivill '. _ an., September 30, —Thi. . iocs, under arrest lor burning the Mi ihodist church at Winchester, Term., wen taken from tlie jail ot that place, last nigh and hanged, New Yor...

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. — 30 September 1871

totting £iate jaatt-ttt DAILY til per year; six months,sß; three months, *l..'itl; 1 month, _ cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—_.ftn per year; six momh-, tl 8.1; three monlhs, 7ft cents. WEEKLY—SI -'-per year; six months, 7ft cent* _T WEEKLY and BEMI-WKEKLY JOUBtI I. * Clubs id extremely low rate*. tfvetttog jPtate gtmnrat bill, and who is the author of the arlicl published in the JOURNAL, in relation to th subject, will account for the non-appearanc of a reply to the article of the Eiic/iiin r » this morning. Colonel Daniels has a weakness for con lessing his errors, and will cheerfully do si ;f wrong; but we are disposed to dotib the insinuation of the Enquirer, that the statements concerning the funding bill were either criminal or bhmdeis. The Journal has, fortunately, "blun dered" on a number of facts conncctet with tho Funding Bill and the maimer o its passage, and has thundered it into them so strong, that Democracy in Virginia is so divided upon the subject, that no man ii the Valley or 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. — 30 September 1871

(fmtiaj £tatc gmtouil AT N* -. -. M,iv sr*s*T, Richjiosd, Vmataia. MIIVIKD DVMEI.S, Editor and Muna.rr. >'•'•• ti-ai M Ml Three monlha.... 1_ Millionth* _ mi | line month _ .NEMI-WEEKI.Y. [usrun svi-ar frtunf. asi> ratniT.] On* vcar _ .'.ii I Three months T'i ; ■ax month* 1 23 | One month 26 risarsnIEvnRY^tVEDSESDAT.] • in* year _ 80 | six months 73 OLTJB RATE- FOR. EMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Sic Months. Three V_' - I ' OOpiM til 00 a,l WI ♦' 7."i i ' copie* M mi lv on .1 no -.ii copies _ mi 17 go S 7.1 _ copie*.... 7« oo a7(lii 18 7» J •WSpecimcn copies of each edition sent free. I SATURDAY EVENING. SEPT. 30,1871. I KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. THAT UNDER THK FUNDING BILL THI TANF.SOF THE STATE WILL BE MOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR UPON j THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY That under the Finding Bill i NOT A DOLLAIt IN MONEY WILE EVEIt j HEACii thi: State Treasury at niE BENT HATES, AS THE COUPONS AXE ] MADE RECEIVABLE FOR TAXES, AXD j WILL ALL BE HOUOHT UP BY THE l OI...

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. — 30 September 1871

fenittji £tate ,f tnwtwt SATURDAY EVENING. SEPT. 30,1871. HA8HACIIIXKTTH. Speech of G-en. Butler. Worcester, September 87.—The following is General Butler* speech! Gentlemen tf the Convention, —I suppose it limy not bo uninteresting for you to know what is my view of the result of to-day's work," and If it pleases you that I may state it, I feel myself bound so to do. [Cries of "Let us have it;" "(Jo on."J After tlie retirement of Governor Clallin from tho canvass, I allowed my name to bo put be fore the Commonwealth, and when I judged it necessary 1 followed with such considerations as seemed to me fit, in order to induce some reform in the Repub lican party, and especially upon the local measures. How I was met is a mat ter of history; met by the press, met hy the organizations established by the pa tronago of the State government, met even by the Senatorial delegations in Congress, which descended into the arena of State pol itics : met even by some of my colleagues. I endeavored...

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. — 30 September 1871

<_*tHW# _ £tafe -gtwMft-l SATCKIVVY I ,Sl-;i'T.:M,ls71. Illi: HEHEAFTFU. ■ „ Idea head tog'c tiler In . I ' ■■■ tp,tiH_en c'lTsoiiu' si'lu'ini- protean l In tlieir more grai ions p.n'.inn,. n nut, if o'er iliv faithful lieart Keen shadows of the fatur* go: '! be torture*dormant iv the Irani.-; h ■ wits oi __t :m<l wrong; the »tern*r woe l>r _nls that start, nml own a hidden shnmo. .i from Hi* frosty gale* of ill ".'•i in slip* through life unmade, unbraced A-li'>iii'V fro.n the Hint-rock short; Wrong bravely 1.01 ui.,l In. brunt of pain well laced H'jin In soli liii"-in. on tho gallant hend. Endure! Endure I Life's letran 10 is \ti iuen large in sea and oitrtll: Ai.-l 11" who _vim mv, idor scope - Than the dumb thing* thnt rtrnggi* from Uioi i'irili, Bet* In our sky a star of higher hope. And with more joy limn one who tread* The roiul with never-swerving strength. His future-piercing eye survey • ' v. ho, wide roving, to ihe foldat length ■ i with thorn-reddened foot il...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 October 1871

(EMttittg £tat* gfltttttal ruBi.tsnttn DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLT, Al Na. 918J4 Mala Street, Rirhm.ad, Va. WEEKLY-. _ i_r year; six months, 76 cent* Wir WEEKLYan,I NEMI-WEBKhT JOURXAL a Cl»bs at extremely low rates. CIRCUN AND MENAGERIE.^ yrfAtt\ FOR THE 810 SHOW I I ! THB OKI.V MENAGERIE. CARAVAN. MUSEUM ANI> CIRCUS That will Visit the Southern States this Winter »m>JB3^^rKqMaM ■ _T ' _s?_i_i_i_Bc-_Tr^^^g^ Sixty-seven years of age, with an of over fifty years in the Souih as owiht of a Me nagerie and Circus, on his UKAND ANNUAL TRIUMPHAL TOUR through all the Southern States with THREE MONSTER PAVILIONS ! One exclusively for the Museum, Another expressly for the Menagerie and Cara van, Th* 1 third devoted to the Equestrian Entertain merit. . All adjoining and connecting together, but ONLY ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION and one ticket admits you to the entire combiua- TWKNTY-F.VE ttO_.ll AND t:Rt__o. OAQM drawn by beautiful matched cream and dappled hurst*—all tlie Circus retime* —l...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 October 1871

tfvrmmi £tatc gowtttat. N I n_ Mais Stiimt, Richmosd, Visaisu. iciiw \UH IHSIKI.S, Editor anil Mananrr. ___ _^__^„^^_— _■___ : II A I L 1 . _,*_ MMlThre* month*.... I I Ml uioiiths ii tin I One moiitli _mi-\iki:klv. [ISSUED BVEHY TCBSUAY Asl) 1 aIDAY.J One year $ J *s) 1 Three months Tfl six uiontlia I US I One m0nth......... '22) W_M_Y. (_Ma_M_St WKIISSSDAY.J «*• year *1 _ ! Si* months "■'■ ..I'll ____ .'lilt. K.-t-WKKKI.Y I On* Ye ■■■ .sir Months. Three Month. ~|l 1 i"l to _ ♦! 7A 10 c*_ •.... _ _ l'l OS son .'. eoptsaj M 00 17 80 I I* ,i eoptes .. -,:. 00 _ :i7 so II _ THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILE THE TAXESOF TDK STATE WILL RE M»T LESS THAN ONE DO_L__ _PO_ IHE HUNDJiED DOLLARS' VAUt \- TKJN, OR DOUHLK WHAT Tllt:v That under the Funding Bill xot a doll alt in money will ever itEACii the State Treasury at PRE sent hates, as the coupons are .made receivaule for taxes, am) will all be houuiit lp hv the County Treasurers at a discount. and turned over to the state in We defy Treasurer ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 October 1871

ifMttittcj £tatc gourwat. MONDAY EVENING. OCT. 2, 1*71. SECRETARY BOUTWELL! HIS SPEECH AT CINCINNATI!! CiiieitiwUi, September 2_— Secretar ' Boutwell MM v speech, of which the fo ■ lowing are extracts: I have come to Ohio, because I made promise a few weeks __M that I woult come. That promise was made at a tim when your fortunes were less clear thai they now are. Happily, the administra tion needs no defense in Ohio, and in Ohi the Republican party needs no aid from abroad. As 1 understand your condition you arc united in your political organiza tion ; you are giving to your candidates a faithful and zealous support; and, in th main, you accept, the policy of tho Kepub lican party as illustrated in its history and set forth in the proceedings of your State In this view your cause seems strong antl your sucecss certain. Hut in this State and in other parts of tho country there is a rigorous opposition to what has boen done, as well as to what is doing by the Republi can party. While ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 October 1871

(EwmnjL'ftat* efounwl. MONDAY EVENING. OCT. 2. 1871. • telivcrod by < 'vi. John AY. Forney, on tin- ' 4_h instant, at Honcsdale, Pennsylvania. i ',il. i unity shows, in a few __h tlie improved nml improving condition of the -hwthen States, anil that tho cotton rrop :.lone, pouring, as it does, its hundreds of of millions into the lap of the country, would be ____■_ of itself to build up "Complain is tbey may, the fact stands triumphant that the Southern people to-day are in the forefront of a future which will lind them healthier, stronger, and more morally content and prosperous than at any period in their career. "This table, from llie advance sheets of the next number of the Commercial and Financial Chronicle, is eloquent with infer ences and conclusions. It is a schedule of the complete cotton crop ofthe South since faan, Bale*, mean n.-ii- i 4,-152,317 1882-63 3,2_.-<2 7.1 .4,11.046 1881-52 8,016,029 IS6. SO 2,430,038 1880-61 2,:!_,'i). Il_ .8. ...... .2.603,998 IM_V* 2.f...

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