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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 October 1871

droning £tate fjmnwt At Ne» MUH Mala Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, $3; three months, tl.Mi; 1 month, flo cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.BO per year; six months, •1 2ej three months, 7fl cents. WEEKLY—#l.Boperyear; six months, 7»cents WeTWBRKLYand HRMI-WERKhT JOURKAL • Clubs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. I> icond night of the beantiful and accomplished artiste, MRS. F. S. CHANFRAU, i the great drama of CHRISTIE JOHNSTONE. tanm Jmunh Mas. F. s. Oaunit, Saturday Afternoon — GRAND MATINEE OP [>c3—lt "EXPIATION." ___JELECnON fLECTION TICKETS JCj PRINTED AT THE STATE JOURNAL OFFICE, At the following reasonable rates : Each additional i.nuo '.'.', 200 I ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. The CASH must accompany all orders. Write the names to be Inserted PERFECTLY PLAIN, in order that no errors may occur, oc 3—d,swAwtde CLOTHING. FINE CLOTHING FOR I FALL AND WINTER IT A. OPPENHEIMER'S NEW BUILDING, No. 1401, Corner of Main and Fourteenth Six. With an experience of 20 y...

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. — 3 October 1871

(Bvtm% £M* §<mroai AT No. 912H Maik Strut, Richmond, YißnmiA. LOWAHD DANIELS, Editor and Manager. TERMS: DAILY. o*o year M 001 Three months— IN .-.it motttbs *:t tKi | One mouth DO semi-weekly. [ISSCRD BVKRT TI'KSDAt A7CD rRIDAT.J Uno year 4- Ml j Three mouths ~l> Six mouths 1 20 I One month tP WEEKLY. [iSSI'BD'r.CKHV WF.II.IR^DAT.] Dae real *i tt>| six months " : CLUB RATES FOU'SEMI-VVEEKLY : One Tear. SU Months. Three il.m'h*. ;. copies....+ll Oil It .Mi *: 7-1 10 copies |H no hi mi 1 00 M copies 31 00 i 7 SO Ml copies... Ifi no S7 .'»i 18 7« OtSTSpeclmen copies of each edit ion pent free. liFSDAY EVSNINO. OCT. 3, 1871. KEEP IT UEFORE THE PEOrLE, THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL THE TAXES OF THE STATJS AVILL BE NOT LESS THAN OXII DOLLAR UPON THE HCN'DRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OR DOUISLE AVIIAT Til! V AUK NOW! ! That under the Funding Hill not a dollar in money will ever reach the State Treasury at i-re sent rates, as the coupons are made receivable for taxes, and i will all re ...

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. — 3 October 1871

TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 3. 1871. CAMPAIGN IN OHIO. Secretary. Boutwell in Cleyelanl A CONVINCING SPEECH.! The Two Great Parties Compared. ! ! j Cleveland, Sept. 21).—Secretary Bout- | welt delivered an able address, ol' which | the following are extracts : It is known to some of you that I spoke in Cincinnati last evening ; and to some of you what I said may be known also. I there spoke of the financial condition of the rountr/, A further discussion of that sub ject by nrre does not appear to be necessa ry, and to-night I shall ask your attention to other topics of interest at this time. I said, last evening, that we were brought face to face with a policy which might be stated in three propositions. The third of these propositions 1 discussed in that city, and to-night I propose to consider the other two. 1. The Democratic party does not accept the constitutional amendment as right in themselves, although, as we affirm, they are the only national guarantee for the principles on which...

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. — 3 October 1871

dwmttg fteti goiwnat TUESDAY BVENINO, OCT. 8, is:i. v BY TELEGEAPfi. I FEARFUL DEATH OF AN jfiPMADT! • IIU Wife and Dausrhlrr Witness the Affair ! „ - 'i hree Persons Hilled and Sixteen Injured! Lntor f*i*om 9fonßondon ! " , t a I Krlffliam Yomis In the clutches of the Law! * ~ Foreign Nows! [! a THE FICTION AUOIT GEY. A\I)F.RHO\ I ■ r Shipwreck—J jos.sol'jjilb I i ANOTHER FATAL COLLIEKY K\IM,OSI»\ I 1 : ' Sea. Ace. &<•. ' _____ . i Faarfo] Uenih ol" nn 17iiibibIbH Me is Carried , up n Miln by a Prciiiutiirci Ascension, and , i uIN to the I ;mi!i n Shuiieless I>la«fi—Hi. ) U'if'e nnd C'hiid Witness the Tru'iir Afl'nir. , Louimilit, Sy., October 8. —A singular > anil most fearful accident occurred hero this ' morning on tho occasion of a balloon as- i cension. The balloon broke prematurely i from its fastenings and started upon its up- j ward flight without any occupant in the I car. Two men—one of them being tho ' aeronaut. Professor Wilbur, —sprang for J the car, but o...

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. — 4 October 1871

(fwtttofl £tntt DAILY—Sd iter year; sir months, f;l; three months, 41.90; 1 month, SO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.6U per year; six months • 1 215; three months, ".'< cents. WEEKLY— tI .80 per year; six months, 75 cent" fvtttbkg gMt dfourital patch of this morning, we are informed the Republican Convention which assembled at Pit_ylvania 0. If. on Monday last, was broken up in confusion, and resulted in the withdrawal of several township delegations. Making all due allowance for Democratic distortion, we are satisfied there is sufficient truth in the report to justify us in believ ing that something serious has happened to the party in that county. Tho convention made nominations of candidates for the legislature independent of the bolters. We cannot, as one of the defenders of Republican principles, be silent while we see the present bright prospects of the party overclouded by such unnecessary and injudicious action. Somebody was to blame fob the j disruption. Who that somehoily was j ...

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 October 1871

fining £tat* Journal AT No 01-JM M.is Stbbst, Kiohwu.id, Yinniii**.. EUWAKD lIIMKLS t:.liior mot Mnunt - One year *« IK) I Three months 1 M Six itii'iiHi** *:! in | Uli** month Ml SEMI-WEEKLY. [IA-lKl* KVI.KY ITBdUAY ASH PBIPAT.] tin" year *2 .Hi I Three months ".'■ six monttis 1 26 | One month 26 [[..rBD'BvrRT WICII.X-KHDAT.] •d. year *1 60 | si* months "5 OI.UB HA.TK.S FOR'SF.MI-WKKKI.Y : One Year. SU- Months. Three JIMM*. ;. Mates....*n M ».i no *• 7.1 11l tuples.... 211 (ill 111 I*ll o Ml vo ropivs 3.1 00 17 fr) h 7.', 00 copies.... 7,1 00 37 H IS 7.1 »_"Spei'imi*ii copii's of ouch edition Mat I'ri■**. H KDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 4,1871. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL l THE TAXESOF THK, STATU WILL BE ! NOT LESS THAN OSI DOLLAR IT< »H TIIE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VAl.l \- ! TION, OR DOUBLE AVIIAT TIIEV j That cndkh the Funding Dill NOT A DOLLAR IN .MONEY WILL I'.Vliltj KBACH THK STATB TrKAHURY AT Pill.- • BENT RATES, AS -KB COUPONS AKli j made receivablb for taxe...

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 October 1871

fening jttatc Journal WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 4.1871. EJmiI'SIASTK' MS-VIM) IX CULPEPER. j 1.. 1., i.riiiv Nominates for thi* Hon*** of ! Delegate*, CrLl'KPKit, VA., September 110, 1871. To the Eilitor of the Stole Juvntnl. In accordance with a previous notice, tin* ' Republicans of ('ulpeper county met to- j (Uy, at .1 o'clock, in delegated convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent this county in the House of Delegates. The convention was called to order by the clmirman of the County Com mittee. On motion, William 11. Kggborn was chosen as temporary chairman and J. P, ! Wiggin secretary. The roll of delegates from the several townships was called and forty answered to their names, representing very fully the entire county. On motion, William H. Eggborn and J. I. Wiggin was chosen permanent chair man and secretary of the convention. Mr. George Jamison then offered the fol- ! lowing resolutions expressive of the prin- '. ciplc of the Republicans of the county,...

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 October 1871

femng $tate Journal lyi.OM NEW YOBK ! MAYOR HALL IN COURT! STORM IN LOUISIANA ! ANOTHER OVERFLOW ANTICIPATED! Conueotlcut Electionh ! lEW YORK DEROCRATIC COWETnO* ! from 3_oi*moiicloiii ! ."-<*. __<?. /tec*. From New York. MAYOR HALT. IN COURT. peared this morning at the Yorkvillo Police itinrt, to answer the charges preferred against him for signing fraudulent warrants. He waived an examination, and offered bail in any amount. •Judge Barrett, counsel for the prosecu tion, said there was no necessity for the Mayor's giving bail. It was not contem plated to hold him in durance. Democratic Politics. MEETING- OF THE NEW YORK DEMO CRATIC STATE COMMITTEE. Democratic State Central Committee has been in session since 0 o'clock this morn ing. It has transpired that lion. Clarksmi N. Potter, of Westchester, will be tempo rary chairman. The position was tendered to Allen 0. Beach, but he declined. Tammany is pressing its claims to repre sentation in the Convention with renewed energy, a...

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 October 1871

<$vnting £t»U gottfttiil DAILY— S6 per year; six months, »3; three months, »1.50; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI- WF.F.KLY— ♦2«O per year j six month., $1 20: three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY— *I.SO per year; six months, 75 c*nts (Ewntofl f tate gawwal which seems to have conceded the destruc tion of its party in this State. So despe rate is it, that it tells the people if they have determined to make fools of themselves, to The people are not going to make fools of themselves ; but have been made fools of ao long by the teachings of the Enquirer and its like, that they have determined, like sensible people, to think and act for them- They gave Democracy entire control of the Legislature of the State, and of the State government, and have found, to their sorrow, they have been sold out, cheated, and robbed, and will have no more of it. Surely the Enquirer and its party have had power enough to satisfy their ambition, and if it had been judiciously controlled, tho people would be willing t...

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 October 1871

#wwtt0 £tate gtttttnat ST 110. SUM Main Stibit, Richmond, Vi.oi.ia. EDWARD DANIELS, Editsr ami Manager. TERMS : DAILY. One year ♦« (Nil Three incnths 1 80 Six months *s on I One month 60 MHI-ltllkM [IUVIS BY_R Tl BSI/AV AND FBIDAY.] I Ono year 12 5(11 Three month. 75 Six ii'iuatli- 1 25 | One month 25 WEEKLY. [tSSCBDIsVKKT WEDNE.DAT.] 6n« year $1 50 | Six months 75 CLUB RATES FOKtSEMI-WEEKLY I One Year. Six Months. Three. Months. 9 copies....»ll i.i »5 5(1 *' 75 HI copies.... 20 00 in on 5 IK) 20 copies So 00 17 Ml R 75 W copies.... 75 00 S7 50 18 76 •©"Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. 6, 1871. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE, THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL TIIE TAXES OF THE STATE WILL BE NOT LESS THAN ONI DOLLAR DPOH THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THKV That under the Funding Bill not a dollar in money will ever reach the state treasury at pre sent rates, as tub coupons ahh made receivable for taxes, and will all be bought up by the County Tr...

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 October 1871

(jetting c%\nXt f mmwt THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. 5. 1871. lore the Little Falls Club, Mr. A. L. Fish stated that twelve years ago he drew out ;|,OOO loads of muck, and applied it at the rote of fifty loads to the acre, pulvcrizin and mixing it with the soil. The resu was good crops without further cultivation. Two years later he drew out 1,000 loads, and applied it at the rate of 100 loads to the acre, spread with a plank to which was attached a tongue to hitch the team. The land was planted to corn. After taking two crops from the land it was put down in meadow, and it has produced at the rate of two tons of hay per acre ever since, though before the application it did not yield one ton per acre. It did not act so quickly as manure, but was more lasting. Drainage.—ln tho discussion upon drainage, Henry F. French expressed the opinion that any land in which water stands at any season stagnant within two or three feet of the surface, would bo benefitted by drainage ; that tile drainage ...

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 October 1871

(gycstog $\\\U gmtmai THURSDAY EVENING. OUT. 5, 1871. THE I Democratic Nomination iv Illinois! Later from IVloi-noiitlom | ANTICIPATED TROI BLE WITH WDM'Ss ! It cron-r rurl lon of the Spanish Cabinet! A Coal Mine Explosion ! Tela. Elecllon.. Jtferson, Texas, October 4.—The elec tion is progressing quietly. About 1,209 votes were cast here yesterday and to-day. The people are generally voting. Nothing definite can be arrived at until the close of the election to-morrow. Anticipated Trouble Willi Indian.. Lcaventvorlh, Kansas, October 4.—Ad vices from the Indian Territory indicate trouble, growing out of the imprisonment of Indian chiefs. Democratic 'Voiuiiinliou in Illinol.. Soiiitf/Jield,lll., October s.—The Demo cratic State Convention, yesterday, nomi nated S. S. Hayes for Congressman at large. From .tali. Sail Lake City, October ">. —There is no j excitement here, lirigham Young is still at his residence, under custody of the Uni ted States marshal. lie promises to sub mit to ...

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 October 1871

_ituiufl gtat< | <mw»l TERMS: DAILY— *6 per year: six months, *:l; three month., »1.50:1 month. 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*_.6O per year; six months, *l 2.1; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY— SI.6O per year; six raon th., 76 cents * Vluos al extremely loio rates. firming £tate £imtml iniquities of the Funding Bill, Raleigh T. Daniel, the guiding star of Virginia Democ racy, in his speech accepting the nomina tion for the Legislature, said the people We ask every Republican throughout the State who reads what this "head cen tre" of. Democracy said, to lake our paper antl ask his Democratic neighbor to read antl consider his position. Let every tax-payer in the Valley and Southwest know, that Raleigh T. Daniel, chief cook and bottle-washer of Virginia Democracy, who ought to know that the passage of this bill was obtained by dis honest means, rLEDaES himself to the policy of grinding to death, by taxation, the property-owners of Virginia, to satisfy the greed OF GAMBLERS AND JOBBERS. ...

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 October 1871

fmfefl Jfate gtoumat H »r TIo. 912H Mais St»sbi, Ricbmoxd, Vieoisia. KDWAKD DANIELS, Editor uml MalinK.r. Oue year *ti 11:11 Three months— 1 .'*' i Six mouths >*_ i.i j i lue nioutli ■ SEMI-WEEKLY. Lis* CUD KVHRV TtE.HAV AS!) FRIDAY.] \ Oue year %!. 601 Three months 74 BIT mnnll— i _i I One mouth —• [iSSI'ID KVKttV WEb.S.DAT.I Ott* year *1 40 | six months 74 CLUB RATES FORfSEMI-WEEKI.Y : One. Tear. Sir Months. Three Months. ft copies.... »n oo torn i:7« in copies.... 20 0(1 II) ot) ■'■ i.i tti copies 3.1 110 17 60 60 copies.... 7.100 37 0(1 18 73 ■(■"Specimen copies of each edition Bent free. FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. (1, 1871. KEEP IT BEFORE TIIE PEOPLE, THAT UNDEH THE FUNDING KILL THE TAXESOF THE STATE WILL Bl NOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR ©POM THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA TION, OR DOUHLE WHAT THEY That under the Funding Hi it* not a dollar in money will kver reach the State Treasury at pre sent RATES, AS THE COUPONS ARD made receivable for taxes, and will all uk bought up ivy the County 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. — 6 October 1871

ifMrinfl ftatc gomnat. FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 0. 1871. or to a Southern Agricultural Convention : Dkpaktmext of Aoricultukk, 1 Wasiiinoton, 1). C.,_ y To the President of the Agricultural Con gress, Nashville, Tennessee : Sin: I congratulate you upon tho as sembling of your Convention. The meet ing of Northern farmers ami Southern planters in a .Southern city, upon the invi tation of Southern gentlemen, for the pur pose of discussing mutual interests, is aus picious of a better understanding between the people of both sections, and indicates a disposition to bestow upon questions af fecting the material welfaro of the country I some portion of that attention which has of late been directed to questions chiefly polit ical. Surely there exists no good reason why those who live upon the same soil, .peak the same language, ami share the | same heritage of blessed privileges should not agree to join hands in the common cause of material advancement, although they may not bo of one mind in ...

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 October 1871

fcwtttafl £tatc gfttnptt FRIDAY KVr.NINU, OCT. 8, 1871. BY TELEGRAPH. ■ — *— AKRUST OF A MAIL ROBBER. He ron_.se. 111. Guilt. [M —* TO THE STATE torßXAt..] Harrisonburg, Oct. 6.—Captain Froy the special agent of the PostofhYc Ueparl paitment, yesterday arrested Tom Lam kins, the mail carrier between Port Rcpub lie and this place, on suspicion of tab-in the mail. The stolen money was found d his person, and he confessed the crime wit 1 which he was charged. BURNING OF A YACHT A Nnrse anil Infant Bnriied to Death X-ntoi* from __oi*iiioi-tloiii! — CONFIDENCE OF THE MORMOMS! FEDERAL OFFICIALS DENOUNCED! BRI-HiM ,»! V. GETS EXCITED ! X_nte»t Foi-elgn .Vows I it OS HEF OB IS SEtTEIVCE COMMITF.D! MANIFESTO FROM NAPOLEON! t'roui I'tnh. CONFEKEWCK OF MORMONS.--FEDERAL OFFICIALS DENOUNCED — IIKKHIAM Salt Lake City, October 0. —A special i conference was held yesterday at the 'labor* | nacle, at H_ic.ll there were 8,000 Monnon> present, -pe-ches were in:* le., in the course of wtrtcli tho F...

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 October 1871

&mto% J>iatc gfourml DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Al Ha. 918* Main Stre* t, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY— i.6 per fear; siv month*, $3j three month*, tl. .111: 1 in h, 60 cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦J.M per year; six month*, ♦1 —1; three muiiihs, t.i < ents. WEEKLY—SI.6O per year; m\ months, 1 CIRCUN AMD MENAGERIE. 1 "ml l'lii' DIG SHOW i ' ! Tne ONLY MENAGERIE, CARAVAN, MUSEUM AND OI ROUS BflBft^S_MP»_»»sv.s-<« L-^.'^ir^WBitu^ri-iv.-.iJt over fifty years In the South us owner of a M_- Mgerifl and Circus, oti his OKAND ANXU.Vr. TRIUMPHAL TOUR t'.rough all the Southern State* With THREE MONSTER PAVILIONS ! On* exclusively for the Museum, Anotherexpressly forthe Menagerie and I'.ira van, Th* 1 third devoted to the Equestrian Ent( rtaia ments. • Ail adj*min<- and connecting together, but OM.v one PBXCE ov ADMISSION M_d on* ticket admlti yon lo lhe etitiJß combina- WAIT FQHITf WATCII /'■ i: tTt GO AND SSSITt The only real real Menagerie, Museum, Cara van and ant-class Circus on ...

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 October 1871

ftttttofl Jfote journal :.'o. «12* Mai.v Stkkkt. Kiriumxß. Yikuijia. -D\TAKD DANIELS, Editor an.) Maimcrr. Oue year t*fi,(io I Three moiiili-.... I six months 18 001 0-0 month W •EMI-W EEKLY. [itWCI.D SVEBV TIBSMAT A.NII tKIDAT.] One year t-2 SO ] Three mouths I S'\ months 1 25 | One month ■ [t»»CBD'"KVERV WKDXKSDAT.] On* year St .'*ii I six months W OLUB __T_9 rC-RS-MI-WEKK-Y : One Year. .S'i'.u Af.w'/- I. '/'/.-•• Wsntt t copies.... »ll m tn W *■' "•"' Hi conies.... 2d fii in en * 00 10 copies S.i 00 17 511 W1 copies.... 73 00 S7 SO IS to itffSpeciiuen copies of each cd—km sent free. APPOINTMENTS TOR •____.!__. Roe—l State _Xlt l tivi COMKTTTBB, ) ilßl'l'BM'-'AN PARTY nl' Vl'ml N I.V. Rich-oxs, October At—, 1171. J HOS.OKAR-ESH. PORTER, author of the Homestead Provision of Ihe I'onslitulioo, WH| ___••• tb* pooplt on the political issue- of tl.e day, as follows: Amelia Court-house, WEDNESDAY,October U, nt 12 M. Warsaw, Richmond eoiinty, SATURDAY, Och ber 14, at 12 M. tud Ooort-Hoos...

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 October 1871

towing _StaU journal SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 7, 1871, ly alter the preliminaries of peace had bee signedai Versailles, Bent t>> St. Petenbur :> telegram in which lit; oxprcs.-ed to l!i t__r his gratttadc for the friendly nttiiin! which Kussia hAd maintained during th progress of the Franco-Prussian war, »m in which he frankly admitted that German; indebted to thi. sincere friendship c her powerful Hasteni neighbor lor the oom paratjvcly limited dimensions of the giganii conflict. Unquestionably the political In terest of Kussia, ami above all, her well known policy In the _a~tera question, have mainly contributed to lier partially for Prussia; but not an insignificant share ii this partiality must also he attributed to personal'considerations, to that near rela tionship which for upwards of half a cen tury has existed between the dynasties of Russia and Prussia; for Alexander the Second, tho present Kmperor of Russia, is a son of the Princess Charlotte of Prussia, ter of the...

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 October 1871

toniwo, Jitott journal .SA.TI KDAV EVENING. OCT. t, 1871. THE TEXAS ELECTION! _V •X-V___btl_ SJTOR3I : __nitoi' from IMorinoMclom! MORMON CONFERENCE ! iKitr.sr or asotiieii *_FMU!" FROM ?»_ __ X I C O ! PRESIDENT Jl ARAZ IYSTAI.LED ! ANOTHER REVOLUTION BEGUN ! Latest Foreign News ! CATTLE DKOVERS OS A ItAMPA-E! INDIANS GOING WEST ! _ , , five Pilot Boats Ashore : THE PRAIRIE FIRES! .Vc. __c. Ate. Texas Elections—Severe Storm, -c, fee. Jefferson, Texas, October 6.—The elec tion here was very quiet. The vide in Marion county was 1,858; Bryan'", ma jority, 100. The white and colored vott was ahout equal. There Is nothing M J M from the interior. Galrestun, October (I.—The election passed off quietly throughout the State as far as heart! from, except at Grosbeak, where five negroes of the State polio* mur dered an old citizen named D. 0. Apple white. The negroes were arrested. Nothing reliable as to the result of the election can be obtained to-night. The vote polled here is small. The ...

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