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

towiwo, £tatr journal j DAILY—96 ]s*r year; six months, $8; three months, 91.80; 1 month, SO oents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*_6O per year; six month*, 9l 28; three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY"—9I.BO per year; six months, 76 cent* | McV WESKL Yand HIWI-WBBKLY JOURS AL • t'lubs at extremely low re$SS. .- . . i n — CmCU-s- AND MENAQEEIE. FOB THE Bid SHOW ' ' ' mi: I'M I T MENAGERIE, CARAVAN, MUSEUM AND CIRCUS j>i iiiiiiit mi n imm mmm a_Es«BSa5i25^^r3BP , ___^^^_a •TIIE ONLY AND ORIGINAL OL ll JOHN li nnnsii v , Sixty-seven years of age, with an experience of over fifty years iv the South as owner of a Me lingerie and Circus, on bis ORAND ANNUAL TRIUMPHAL TOUR through all the .outhern Slates wilh THREE MONSTER PAVILIONS ! One exclusively for the Museum, Another expressly for the Menagerie and Cara van, The third devoted to tho Equestrian Entertain ments. All adjoining and connecting tog-ether, but ONLY ONE PHTCE OP ADMISSION and one ticket admits you to the entire combina" Hon—Menagerie, Caravan, ...

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 October 1871

tonino, Jtatl journal DAILY, :- KAi 1 WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. .1214 Mais ST-SST, Ki.v.v.nh, Vlsall I. Kltn.Ulll PVMEES. Eilitor .mil fru.liir HiH.ll.ll Three MSS-_t ... i H <«S IK> ! lU"' mouth si:)ii-ivi:i.hi*v. UliU HVhKI 11-i:*i)AY AMI IKIII-T.]' ft- .'-I I Tiii'ee months c 1 -i I line month WEEKLY. [IBSVKD~KVI.RY t__mf.] ,$1 X | six months '... 715 RATESFOEJB_MIWE___T : o.f Tear. Btx Months. Thrsi Months. ...in mi *.i ."'ii *- n ... 211 (hi 1 •'* I* .... M (in 17 M fi T.i ... 7J (HI S7 51) I-* » mien copies of each edition sent I. ■ ■ V EVENING. OCT. 0, 1871. luuuwn for mM-tata, Sun: ExICCTtVI Co-smas, 1 litpi in icas Party or Yiiuhnia, \ HiciiMoMi, October filll, IS7I. ) U-U-BBH. PORTKIi, author of the tl Provision of lhe Constitution, v. ill c ]*eo|*l" on the poUUtat ISWiii of the Hows: iitrt-lioie-e, WEDNESDAY, Oelober 11, EUchmrmd .ouniy. SATURDAY, Oclo i-H0.i...e, Chesterfield county— Mt'.V Oooirt-Honss T! IviliAY. _c tober 17. * Store, Charles City county—Tlll.'ifs -1 i l...

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 October 1871

tonino, journal MONDAY KVKMMi. OUT, li. IS7I. eloquence ami soph'stry cannot give his position strength, or render his present views palatable to the people." The Green County Republican observe.-, i " Dooliltle is peregrinating the Stale, seed ing for constlie—on nnd support, hut unable to arouse the least enthusiasm amongst Ibe Democrats. 'J'lu*y evidently don't like him, and the less they see or hear of him the better they enn swallow the pill on election ,!-_ It r u_ y« The Grant County il-ralt! pvo: well-ad vised caution: " the Democrats tell us that Mr. Doolittle is in favor of tho Fox river improvement. As that gentleman has changed his opinion every eight or ten years since he became a voter, it is a little risky to make, any such assertion. It is about time for one of this periodical changes, even on this subject." The Philadelphia Press thinks this the Democratic situation : "The leaders may change the official platforms, or stultify themselves as often as they please, but...

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 October 1871

toning £tat* journal GREAT FIRE IN CHICAGO! ■ OVER THIRTY BLOCKS DESTROYED! THE LOSSES -MOISTS TO MI-MO*-! Flaming Brands Flying OTfr the City ! Hotel* Depot", Tclc.rnph Ofllce* and Water Worki, nil Burned ! ST. LOUIS ASKED FOE FOOD! THE ENTIRE BI'MNF.SS rOKTION GONE ! W.WsrtPK- OFFICES D_BT_OYF.»! THE 'TRIBUNE' SAVED! Ten Thousand Buildings Burned! PRESIDENT GRANT'S DISPATCH! —rent Fire in t hlru.o. Chicago, October 7.—Six squares be tween Clinton, Van Buren and Jackson' streets, were burned to-day. Washington, October S.—The latest ad vices of the great fire at Chicago were at 1:30 this morning. Then it was apparently racing as fiercely as ever. The block of buildings on the north side of Van Burin street is now wrapt in flames. The elevator is safe so far, and the fire seems to be spreading south and west, notwithstanding the wind is now directly south and blowing hard. The glare from the burning build ings lights the streets half a mile away, so that one may sec to read. The ent...

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. — 10 October 1871

toning £tatr journal DAILY—*B per year: *i_ months, *.'!; three month*, $1 no; T month, 80 cont*. SEMI WEEKLY—♦ 280 per year; el- months, $1 23; three month*, 78 cents. WEEKLY—#I.6O per year; six month*, 76 cents toning 9 tate journal 2d. Edition f--ia O'CLOCK I*. ML". THE CHICAGO FIRE. We lay before our readers still further news from Chicago. Tho city seems doomed to total annihilation. Tho tale of loss and devastation and sorrow grows darker and sadder. We can do no more than refer the read er to the dispatches which we furnish for the details of the most startling disaster which has ever occurred upon this conti • . ORIGIN OF THE FIRE. The great lire in Chicago is said to liave originated from a kerosene lamp, ta ken into a stable by n woman to afford light while milking her cow. THE I-1 HE SUBDUED. As we write, the news comes that the devouring flames have been checked. TIIE EFFECT. The great calamity which has befallen Chicago seriously affects the business inter ests of the e...

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. — 10 October 1871

toning £tat* journal Ho. »1-X Mai* St»e*t, Ric-koxd, Vib-iii*. j -UVYARD DANIELS. Ediwr and Mnnuarr. TERMS : DAILY. One year *««HII I Three months— 1 W i Six months tv on 1 One month (HI SEMI-WEEKLY. [issued nvsnt tikshat and feidat.j" One year *2 50 I Three months 7.1 ; Six months 1 2fi | One month 26 WEEKLY. [IS«rED"EVF,Rt WEDICESDAT.] Ui, year *1 60 I six months 76 j CLUB RATES FORXSEMI-WEEKLY : On* Year. Six Months. Three. ilmUHs. \ •fl copic*....til 00 »6 60 *'76 lircopii's.... 20 IXI 10 00 6 00 •'u'coples 36 00 17 60 8 76 60 copies.... 76 Oil S7 60 18 76 copies of each edition sent free, j TIF-JDAY EVENING. OCT. IQTIJ7K APPOINTMENTS FOR SPEAKINO. J Room. State E-bcvtivi CoamfTiE, ) llkimhi i' as Party of Yttot-I*, 1 111. ilM.'M*. Olio!Ml'6th, 1-71. ) Hos. CHARLES H. PORTER, author of the Homestead Provision of the Constitution, wll| address the jsople on the political issues of the day, as follows: Amelia Court-house, WEDNESDAY, October 11, ntl2M. Warsaw, Richmond county, SATU...

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. — 10 October 1871

toning £tate journal PROTEf.'TIO-. The Irish Labor League, j LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING Of LABORING MEN AT THE KINK — SHALL AMERICAN INDUSTRY HI PROTECTED AGAINST ENGLISH PAU PER LABOR—WHAT Till. LEAGUE WILL DEMAND OF BOTH PARTIES. A meeting was held at Central Kink on Saturday evening in'the interest of protec tion to American industries and manufac tures, and for the purpose of consolidating, co far as lhe wrtuence of one evening's sneaking could extend the sentiment of American tradesmen against tho doctrines free trade. The meeting was called under the auspices of-the Irish Labor League, and naturally the great bulk of the at tendance of over two thousand persons was of Irish laborers, and those mostly from the furnaces and forges of the city and its vicinity. Considerable interest in the subject was manifested by all those present, and it was I evident desire of a large number to lis carefully to the arguments presented the speakers and weigh them befor ;ing their merits, 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. — 10 October 1871

toning £tatt,f»*to<pi TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. io. 1871, Saluda, Middlesex, Co., > J . the BJltor </ the. State Journal. To-day, the Republicans of MMtßesei | assembled in mass meeting for the purpose j of nominating.- candidate to represent them in the lx-gislature. The notice of this meet- I ing and its object having been generally I circulated for some weeks, we had a grand I turn out of the party. The old court-house vas tilled to overflowing, and its entranced crowded with people anxious to catch the | purport of what was being done. Karly in the day, it was manifest that these pro ceedings were attracting an unusual iv- Among the Conservatives, their chiefs of fifties, and captains of tens, with Bob | Montague at their head, were out iv force and evinced an earnest desire to see what was going on, taking seats insole the house and showing by their anxious looks that something out of the usual order was about ti-anspiring ; and as the sequel proves they were not mistaken....

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 October 1871

toning £tatr journal DAILY -#0 per year; six months, $3; three months, »1.MI; 1 month, SO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.6O per year; six months, $1 Ifi; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY— (I.(SO per year; six months, 7.1 cents toniwg cftatr journal news wliich comes to us from Uio States o Ohio ami Pennsylvania, assuring us tha the party of justice lias triumphed in eac 1 of them. Tho results are more imporlan .necausc they pledge these two great Stati to the party in 1872. Southern Conservatism may now see tl seal of condemnation fixed upon it and i unworthy ally, Northern Democracy, am learn that the interests of the country art jealously guarded by the Northern peopl who cannot and will not afford to see tl political power of this country pass into tl hands of a sectional and destructive part) A sufficient number of doubtful State have already spoken in behalf of the 1\ publican party to insure its success in y 7 and it is now the duty of every man in Vi ginia to go to work and swell the ma...

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 October 1871

toning £tate journal a r It* WtJI Maik Stkkut, Rii-timoin, Vmni.tn. KIIVVAItD DAM ELS*. MM** "Hil Maii-krr. TERMS : D A I I. V . Hue year Iwl.lKl ITlircc months 1 •"' M-mouth* i;l Hit | One lili'iull " __Ml-W_CKl_r. lIaaCKD UVUKV Tl KBI'AV A.VM *_!•_-_! One year ♦- ell I Tine*' nioiillis "5 sot -Math* 1 2.1 I One mun Hi SI [iSSrBu'IIVEKY WKUSESDAT.] Ono year *l .10 | Six months 73 OLD- BATHS FOR.SEMI-WEEKLY : One TiSSr. Sir Months. Three Month. .1 copies... .t-l 1 mi *•'* "II *' n IfCcopie*.... 211 00 in til • I*' •ii copies 83 no 17 M) 8 To 80 CQpl**.... 7.1 (Xl S7 fiCI 18 7.1 fcff"Siiecinieil copies of each edition pent fr* •■ WI■:I»NKSDAY EVENI'd. OCT. 11,1871. APPOINTMENT* FOII SPEAKING. Rooms Stat* Exact nvii UosairtU!, ) RUI'I IJIICIN I'AKTV o* VUK—MA, 1 Hi, iim.*m>, octoiHi-r.tii, Im. J Hat. CHARLESH. PORTER, author of tl,.* Itil-Hltrnl Provision of lhe C*nislittition, wil iiddresa the people on the'jiolllieal issues et tin-' day, as follows: 'arsaw, Kicliinonil county, SA...

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 October 1871

toning £tatc journal (■lnntiville, Ohio. But tho magnet that draw thousands tliere was tlio aniiuiiiioeiiieiit tliat the Hon. Horace Greeley would deliver the annual address. Long before the appointed hour hundredl began to gather about the stand and try and secure a good place to view the great Tribune philosopher. At 9 I. M. he appeared upon the stand, and was re ceived with tremendous applause. Marble's • ilver cornet band, of Akron, was present, and discoursed some fine pieces of music. The crowd about the stand must have num bered twelve or B—MO thousand persons. Hon. J. A. fiarlii'ltl introduced Mr. Gree ley in a few words, saying: We have a country where labor can have its full re ward and honest toil receive its just appre ciation, and the gentleman who will now address you is an example of one who has, by his own exertion, risen from the hum ble walks of life to a position of national in lluence—an illustration of the dignity nl la- Mr. Greeley's remarks were based unoi 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. — 11 October 1871

Arming ftate journal Tiedraiul Dulii* Ali.,«...i''hr Terrible C'alam- Hy nt I lncaxo..Tlie llleitlon in Texa*. Wasiiixoton-, Oct. KUli, 1871. In anticipation of the arrival of the Grand Duke Alexis, of Kussia, Democratic papers here ami elsewhere are endeavoring to raise a great hubbub over a supposed mis understanding between Minister Catacazy, the President, and Secretary Fish, and ar gue that this misunderstanding is of so seri ous a nature that it will greatly mar the reception of the young Duke. This terri ble misunderstanding exists almost entire ly in the imagination of these writers fc the Democratic press. Eveu were it true that a coolness tlid exist between our (iov .■l'limi'iit and'tin Russian Minister, so long as Mr. CaUcazy is the accredited represen tative here of the Russian government, just long will he be treated with all the re spect and courtesy due to his exalted posi non. Extensive preparations are making for the reception of the young Duke, both hero and in New...

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 October 1871

dvtwttfl £tate gimnro!. Al FU. »t»H Main Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS: DAILY—♦» per year; six months, *.i; three months, tI.M); 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2.BO per year: six months, $1 tft: three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—♦I.SO per year; six months, 7J cents #wtttog £tat* §*ww& The sorest disgrace which has been in flicted upon modern civilization has been the Ku-Klux villainy of the Southern De mocracy. In order to destroy free opinion and crush out political opposition, in a country boasting free institutions and cov ered by tho segis of the American constitu tion, to have organized a secret conspiracy against a party, against the courts, against local and national authority, against law, order, life, property, liberty, AND TRUTH, will be looked back upon in after times, with an amazement as painful as profound. It is the actual crime and logical result of the fell tenets of what it the Ices and dregs of what was the Democratic party of this They denied the existence of 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 October 1871

fwrtsj 9 tate goitnui rrsitsnsii _~_.., I AT MilK STBEST, RICB-OUP, Tl»«I»"- D DANIELS, Editor and MsuMfr. *6,()ii| Ihr-e months.... ISO is *.l l»M (ne month 60 SEMI-WEKKLY. isPSD IVtRV Ti'EMiAY ASU FRIUAT.]; ■ t'l W) I Three months 75 bs I 28 I Ono month S6 [ISSCSD~£VtRT WBDHBBDAT.] r *1 ISO I six months 75 B RATKS FOR'SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Month*. Three Month: 1....1U0U tout * U wtmen copies of each edition sent free. JDAY EVENI'O. OCT. 12, 1871. POINTMENTS FOR SPEAKING. < State Exrct-TIVK Committer, ) RsrUBI.ICAM I'AHTV OF YllKllN'tA, { Richmond, October Gth, 1971. J CHARLES H. PORTER, author of t In sad Provision of the Constitution, will the people on the political issues of Uie follows: •, Richmond county, SATURDAY, Oetu -14, at 12 M. ~„,. art-House, Chesterfield county— MO.N --r, October 10. Nt Court-House—TUESDAY, October 17. i'.h Blare, Charles City county—XllUß.S --{, October 19. md Court-IIouse—SATURDAY, October an Court-House—MONDAY, October 23. land Court-House—...

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 October 1871

gvtniity *tat* gotuturiL TIII K^nA\ FAKNIo, (HI. 1*«!» Ivll.1 v 11. Smith down to "Arthur Ijitham Perry, arrow eloquent when they touch upon the I question of division of labor. This, lln.v all tell us, is the grand means of increasing production and perfecting its lesults. __• o'd illustration, introduced hy Dr. Smith in his "Wealth of Nations," is often cited, and | lulmirahly answers its purpose of showing I how greatly the processes of production are facilitated by the division of lahor. In an establishment employing ten person-. Dr. Smith found (and this was nearly a cen tury ago,) that 48,000 pins wero made in a day, when probably not more than 200 would have Dccn mado if each individual had performed all the varied processes There are many other advantages besides improved dexterity resulting fiom division of labor. Prof. Perry sums them up as follows * "2. The saving of the time which is com monly lost in passing from one species of work to another, and in Ihe change of plac...

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 October 1871

tfwninn goimwl Thursday Evening, Oct. 12, 1871 BY TELEGRAPH. CHICAGO. THE CITY UNDER MARTIAL LAW I • j I Loss of Life and Property I THIEVES, BIRGLAR8 A>» KCESDUKIE8 The Insurance companies and Banks Substantial Relief and Sympathy SHELTER AND FOOD MOSTLY NEEDED •VrD MOVKMENTS The Lightning Relief Train iAGO I NDEII MARTIAL LAW. nali, Oct. 11.—Private advices say j ago is under martial law. The however, are making no arrests, he turbulent on the spot. Seven ted shot and hung for attempting uildings. Sixty-lour bodies have IS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY BE CONCEPTION —PEOPLE STAR apolis, Oct. 11. —Rev. Dr. Eddy irrived from Chicago. He reports botli of life and property, to be onccption. The people are star- J housands, and not less than 80,000 less. Prepared food and clothing tly needed. Tims far the supplies i not lessened the peril of starva irroting and thieving are frequent Y-O N E PERSONS SHOT — MORE BODIES RECOVERED. o, Oct. i I— Noon. —Forty-one per a shot in making arrests last ...

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 October 1871

€vratng £tatc gttmat ti;i:.yis: DAILY— IIB per year; six months, t.l; three months, tl.Ml; I month, Mcents. SEMI-WEEKLY—•2.SO per year; six month-,. tl 2.1; three months, 7.'» cen's. WEEKLY—tI-JO per year; six months, 75 rente MFWEEKLYnnI BBMI-WBBKt.T JOVRSAI. IJlubs nt cclrciti'l'l [<>;': nth 9. CIRCU.s' AND MENAGERIE. I-'OR Till". DIG SHOW ' ' ' THlrt OVI.y MENAGERIE, CARAVAN, MUSEUM AND emeus over fifty years in the So'oih as owner of n Me nagerie and Circus, on his GRAND ANNUAL TRIUMPHAL TOUR through all the Southern States villi THREE MONSTER PAVILIONS ! One exclusively for the Museum, Another expressly for tho Menagerie and Cara van, The third devoted to tlie Equestrian Entertain ments. All adj»ining and connecting together, but ONLY ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION and one ticket admits yon to the entire comhlna WAIT FOBITI WA TCII FOB. TT I BO AND SSBITI The only real real Menagerie, Museum, Cara van and first-class Circus on the road. TtyHBTY-PIVK HOLD AND CRIMSON CAOES drawn h...

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 October 1871

<Ewttfofl £tatc gaunuil AT "To. »VJH KUm Stmxt, Richhoiid, Viaoiuu. EDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Menmer. One year t)SA*' j Throe months— I(t J Six months *3 IKII One month 40 SEMI-WEEKLY. [issl'LD RVBRT TIMnr.lV (Mr KKIDIT.]" . j One year -*.! ,'•'! j Thfoe montlis Six months 1 'Si \ One month 24 WSDSESDAI.] Due year Si 40 1 fe'lx months 74 i CLUB BATES EORISEMI-WEEICLY: One. t\*». Sue Months. Thrr' Months. *!> copies... .Sll no .*4 DO * W 40'copies.7." 74 00 37 40 18 H KFSpecimen copies of each edition sent free. FISIDAY EVENING. OCT. 13. 1871. I APPOINTMENTS FOB SPEARING. Booms State Execi-tive Committki:, ) IlßrrnMcA.v Party op VtaatatU, Richmond, October sth, IS7I. ; Hon. CHARLES 11. PORTER, author of ihe Homestead Provision of the Constitution, will address llio peoplo on the political issues of the day, as follows: Warsaw, Richmond county, SATURDAY', Octo- Old Oonrt-House, Chesterfield county —MON- DAY, October l(i. New Kent Court-House--TUESDAY, October 17. Ujttmun's Stor...

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 October 1871

Evening £tate gmtttwt MEW YORK FAKSII.IIV (LIB. How a Massachusetts Man Lik i.s Virginia.—ll. Q. Sherman, Chicopeo: I sm a farmor in the Connecticut Valley, in the good old State of Massachusetts, and have no thought or desire of changing my occupation; hut as the health of sonic of my family requires a residence in a milder climate, I have very reluctantly concluded to Hell my farm and make a change of baa*, and to that end I have bean spending a couple of weeks traveling in ihe State of Virginia, examining her soil, climate, social ami educatiotial advantages, modes of doing business, and the manner in which North ern men are received there. The region lying between the Tide-water and Piedmont districts is mostly known as the gray lands, which have been long culti vated with wheat and corn in a most ruin ous manner, seldom or never being seeded to grass. The farmers in this district keep but little stock, except the teams necessary to carry on the farms, and take no pains to make ...

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 October 1871

tfyatittfl ftofe gflBttdL FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1871. REVENUE LOSS BY THE FIRE 3Ioi"« Bodies Uet'ovorctl 01,900,000 WORE AID 10 liU:(HICi«.0 sifffri:«s Sto. fyn. Sec. iVi-. I'EABANCK, ETC., ETC. Chicago, October I_.—Tlie liipuiiliean, this morning, issued a half sheet, anil the Tribtme an entire sheet, lilled with adver -11 laments and announcements of merchants' change of localities. There are eighty dead bodies now in the morgue. REVENUE LOS? BY TIIE ITRE. Washington, October 12.—1t is estimated ill it the loss to the revenue by the Chicago fire will amount to % i,'ii)'),tht:>. 0 IKDNEK _ INQUESTS—TWENTY EDDIES I'Ol'N'D IN 'TWO HASE.IIENT.N, ETC. Chicago, Oct. 12. —The coroner yc.-tcr- j day held inquests over 64 bodies, only two of which were recognized—Henry I'llman, ! a banker, and Peter O'Brien. Twenty bodies were taken from the base m:nt of two notices, Tne Franklin insurance company, which lost $000,000, telegraph that they will be able to pay in full. The Illinois Leg...

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