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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 January 1871

(Evening State journal PUBLISHED DAlLY—(Sunday* Excepted IT 0. W. CiIM.I.H, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. At OUJi Main Street, tUciimond, V» The JOURNAL la served by the carflera to their asorlbers ln the City at Fifty Cihis fib Month Single coplsa ln wrappers Tunas CINVB. Paioa roa Mailing. — Three months |1 76; sis •'iontha $8 00; one year $6 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers three months for seventy-live cents; six months, SI 00; one year, $2 00. AMHKMENTi. It I. HMOS I) rHEATRB. TUESDAY NEXT, Jattoaai En, 1871, GRAND GALA NIGHT, ny TBI MARTINETTI PANTOMIME TROUPE and EMINENT LOCAL ARTISTS, for the COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT of H'lles 1.11. \ AND /.OK, who have lost tbe whole of their wardrobe ac the late Spotawood file. The benefit ia respectfully ten dered by the citizens of Richmond to theee worthy Many local nnd foreign artists have volnrteered their aervicea forthe occasion, and comprise tbe meat eminent within our city. Among them are the won- PAUL MARTINETTI 'ii hia...

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 January 1871

BMrnng State- journal M.>. « ■•*■ : Matfa Street. Richmond. Vsi Offlclal l'apcr for the BoTernmnt. MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 2, 1871. France refuses to engage in the Coe ference od the Eastern Question, and it has consequently been postponed until ono of the chief signatory Powers which formed the treaty, can freely engage in it. Franco doubtless hoped by this refusal to compel tho recognition of the Republic, but Eng land and Austria are not likely to commit themselves hastily while Prussia remains bo strong and Franco so weak. The in teresting question which now comes up, ia, will Russia postpone her designs un til Francs is freo from her enemy and in a condition to take part in the Confer ence and the struggle with which it may Russia has not choson tho moment of the French embarrassment to threaten war In order to await the recovery of that power before precipitating it. We should do Prince Gortschakoff injustice to credit him with so little sagacity. Russian preparations have con...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal been received by various Georgia Republi cans : "to tub qhsjuls or evt.rt übn proh tub Tig. NESBBR TO THE Clt Al TA DOt'IIEK : "Bones of the mighty Arise t "Again by the light of a blood-red moon carrion crows whet their beaka upon the skulls of your fallen foes I Villainy stalks. " Strike him I Hide in the smoke of avery engine from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and waah the rust from your swords in the blood ot every one teho intends to vote illegally I With your bony fingers clutch them when asleep upon tbe train, and draa them to your own pale " This done, then rest until the awful sum mons of your dread commander bids yoa again some forth. " By comm«nd of the Grand Cyclops, " Wiiard of Chickama'ugn." j The man who would perpetrate such stuff is a fool ; though, unhappily, it has sometimes been followed by the atrocities which it so ridiculously threatens. Tho most painful part of it, to the ones who are threatened, is that it should ever be written, and that on...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal I Monday Evening, Jan. 2, 1871 ~,. ~ i ' iv« 1 * ptatxj i.i'.v, Q.-.cefnl walker, stepping air/. I.ooKiiig gay ; Kotlho charming mti' k '"™ , ~,» v. ...o • «<• r,i<r*t Ihe mitUa ; .-[range how cr;.eil.y heart" are amltl.n, But t to rod another fairy on my way ; Utile biightcyed Mary, Blithe and gay ; All learnt ii to love her dearly. For b'ip cherished me slnceroly ; We g >t married —rnin'd nearly— Wrll-a-day ' Six ama'l falriea now surround me, All ut play ; Another one to confound me, On the way ! Sare, man's life ia rull of troubles, Kvery year hia sorrows double, Till he die* out like a bubble,; Well a-day ! ** ~ r it A Healthy Indivimal.—ihe follow ing is the last thing written by the late "Artomua Ward." " Ontill quite recent I've bin a healthy individooal. I'm nearly sixty, and yit I've got a musklo into my arms which don't make my fists resemble the tread o: a canary bird wben they fly out and hit a man. Only a few weeks ago I was ex hibitin i...

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. — 3 January 1871

(Evening State journal POBLiaUKU DAILY-(ttuodaya Excepted •'. w."11.1.15, EDITOR AND PROI'KIEIOR, At Ut»>{ Stain _traa«, lltclimoiiit, V* The JOURNAL la served by the carriers to their hacrlber. in the City at Fifty Cents fur Mobtb. ogle copies In wrappers Tuaaa Gams. '■iiiu* roa Mailiso.--Three mouth* $1 T6; six mouth* IS 00; one year f 6 00 ITie WKEIiLY JOURNAL will he mailed to *nb scrlbera three months for seveuty-flre cectaj six months, f 1 00; one tear, ft 00. AMUSIfiITIKNTS. "\f ETROI'OI.ITAN HALL MONDAY NIUIIT IVI DF.CKMBR 26th, AND EVERY NIGHT DUR TIIK <• PILGRIM)" 08, LIFE ILLUSTRATED. A most fascinating entertainment. Painting* that are unequalled in the world. Moßt charming Music, lloqueut lecture. Transition Seen* of dazzling beauty, language cannot d scribe. Th* original entertainment na given 300 nfghta in New York, 150 nights iv Philadelphia, 100 night* In Every night at quarter hofore S. Wodceatlay and Saturday evenings at 2:30. Admission : 60 cents; children ...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal Mo. 0 'A\i 'lain street. Atlclimond, Va Offlcl;»l l'aper for the Government METROROI.OOICAI. OB9KRVA TIOJV*" report to the Secretary of War for the year 1870, gives tbe outline of the system of meteorological observations and reports adopted by the Signal Bureau, "for the benefit of commerce," as provided for in tho joint resolution of Congress, passed these words : "Be it resolved by tho Senato and House of I Hepresentatives of the United States of Amer- | ica in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be and he is hereby authorized and re quired to provide for taking meteorological observations at the military stations in the in terior of tho continent, and at other points in the States and Territories of the United States, and for Riving notice on the northern lakes and on the seacoast by magnetic telegraph and marine signals of the approach and force of storms." Nearly all the large cities iv the United | Territories have been designated as stations ...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal Death of General Prim. The cable brings us the announce- j ment of tho death, from his wounds, of the Spanish statesman and sollicr, Gen eral Prim. On the evoning of the 28th I nit., as he was leaving the Cortes, • number of shots wero fired at his carriage I by a band of assassins in the street.— I Among tho royalists great indignation was expressed at tho dastardly act ; but, strange to say, no arrests were made, tho people generally exhibiting nothing but sullen indifference His assassination was the result of a conspiracy to exterminate the enemies of a republican 'orm of gov ernment. For several days his wounds were not regarded as dangerous ; and on the 29tb, General Sickles, the American Minister, called upon him to congratulate him on his escape. On the 30th ult, tho Cortes adopted a resolution expressive of horror at the attempt to assassiuato General Prim, and on the same day seven of the eight balls imbedded in his person were ex tracted, and he was...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal Tuesday Evening, Jan. 3, 1871 0 ; Pi ... -I n 1 ' Richmond! Richmond. Thou place nf roauy woes; So long begirt by (Ire and ■word— Beltaguore 1 by thy foe*; Though wrecked by fljod, and charTe.l and rent, Au-l wretched t_«*_h thou be. | No pi ice on uhlch the sun now .bines, UniM'" i dear to me! O, Richmond, gallant Richmond. I f d thy l< fStt hills 1 Like nne ot* old we wot of wsll, Thy lame tbo wide world Alls; Beside the lays of Greece and Rome, Shall thj own lays be snng ; Ths (loii 'iid dss4- that mads thee great, V.y many an unborn tongue. O, R'chmond, mourning Richmond, Although thy laurels bright Were scorched and withoird by ths bias That sprung up in a night; And though the cypres* wteath lay dark Upon thy policed brow, Ths_ ne'er wait greater In thy day Than in thy n'ght art thou ! Then look up, glorious Richmond, Above the wsfs and amoks , Above each dtfa affliction That o'er thy bead hath broke ; Look up, from out thy bleeding heart, lie.mid 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. — 4 January 1871

(Evening State journal PUBMBHKD DAILT-(B_iday« Excepted IT ■1. W. WILMS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At 01»V_ Slain tltraat, Rlehmenil, V» Tbe JOURNAL ia .erved by the carrier* to their —crlber* In th. City at Fiftt C*i>ts rxa Moirea. 3mgl« copier, in wrapper* Tn.ll OxHTS. t'aioa roa Maiuao. — Three month. $1 76; six n.outhi $Sou; one year $0 00 Tbe WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub soribers thiee months for seventy-five centaj aix months, f 1 00; one year, $?- 00. ■P_Cl__ HOTIfEI. T 1. McKB-SI^Y^WOULD-lwpbotfullt mi l • form hi* friend*, and the clti«*n* of Richmond, that ke baa temporarily located at the "OLD SWAN TAVERN," Broad Street, between Eighth and Ninth, where en be foand BUTTERIOK * CO.'S PATTERNS and the "HOWE BEWING MACHINE." Ja *-3t rp H_ "PAIN KILLER." Pain Is supposed (o be the lot of na poor mortal', a* Inevitable aa death Itself and liable at any lime to come upon ns. Therefore it Is Important that remedial agents should be at hand to ke used on an emergen. cy, wh...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal U. W.Ol--IS Etiiioa asm raorr.ii.Trra. Sri, VIA}. .-Ski— IStrecti Ille I;iiiein 1 V« OiTidai Paper for the RtmrHinu'iU. WEDNESDAY EVEN'ti, JAN. 4, 1871. that the ivorld has lately witnessed, ia now in onr city, and will bo served up to-night for the delectation of tho good and true people of Richmond. We allude to tho brazen-faced impudence of John 11. Sur ratt, whoso name has been emblazoned in letters a foot and a half iv length, upon every vacant wall Ln tho city during the past week, announcing that he would lec ture on this evening at St. Alban's Hall; beforo the people of Hichmond, and tell them the tlnilling story of his marvellous adventures by land and Bea, and wondrous hair-breadth oscapes.in tllidingthu hounds of justice, who were close-chasing on his track, in fact " hunting him down," for hia alleged complicity in the murder of Mr. Lincoln; This man has lectured in tho NoHh, and has been permitted to do so without interruption, because the peo ple...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal WEDNESDAY EVEN'U, JAN. 4, 1871. cats arc recorucci iyy in mo ljetroit i Free Press • I remember the first cat which I ever owned. Ho wasn't any of your common stock, but a regular teaser, with teeth like a cross-cut saw, and the owner of hiro gave him away on account of his habit of killing sheep. I hadn't any sheep to kill, and as children wore buckskin in those days, I didn't apprehend any danger. I culled the feline Socrates, and he learned to respond to the cognomen with great ardor. He had bis strong points, and he had his failings. Once, on a Fourth of July, at tho request of tho Mayor, who wanted the day to pass off wiih e — lan, I put Socrates in a pen with thirteen dogs. The result was just as I had expected. Thirteeu farmers' I wagons wont out of town that afternoon j with a dog under the hind axletree. I j might prevaricate a little, and say that Socrates escaped unhurt, but I shall speak the truth. He came out of that pen with out any ears, his tai...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal WEDNESDAY F.VFN'O, JAN. 4, 1871. Why ! thick lies the nmow, i:|y and keenly The winter wind" blow I "Spwl quirk to your home, child ' *_h ' weep, bo-rt of stone 1 Fa-parents and kindred And lii'ine he has none ' No shoes in. December ' Ah '. poor little feet ! We them by hundreds Along the cold street. Iv area and alley, In gateway and door, Th»y patter and patter, Fnist-bitt«n and sore. So shcei in December ! A hard thing to amy To the butterfly crowds That one meets on Broadway ; Too vulvar to whisper Tn delicate cars, Th*t only Bwoet music And melody hears. No shoes In December 1 Poor lambs of the fold, _*.■ scattered and broken, A-bintgered and cold I McClintock not to buy any mules at any price. He has sold no mules since he left Chattanooga. Osborne received a similar I telegram from the salesman ; and son parties who asked $150 for the mules here, and they were not considered high, havo sold out and will not realize $00 net pro ceeds ; anil from the num...

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 January 1871

Evening State journal XDITOP. AND I'nol'Rll-TOK, At ttl-K Mali, atreet, Kichmonil, Va Th. JOIJIINAI, is aorrorl try th. carrier* to thslr I tacrlbsr* lv lb. City at Ciftt Os.-ts fir Mom. _ing!» copies in wr»pii*ri Thbis Cure.. Fuel roa Maiu.nii. — Threo months tl 76; six months $3 00: e>u. year ft! 00 I'he W__KLY JOURNAL will be mailed to *nb acrlber. three month* for seTonty-fIT. c_ts; six months, II 00; one year, $'_ 00. ' THE " PII.GIt IM |" 08, LIFE ILLUSTRATED. A most fascinating ontertalnment. Paintings tb.t are unequalled in the worlil. Moat charming Mario. Eloquent Lecture. Transition fcena of dassllng beauty, language cannot deracrib.. The original entertainment as given 300 nights in New Y„rk, 150 nights iv Philadelphia, 100 nlghta Id Baltimore. Ivory night at quarter before 8. Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 2:30. Admission: 60 cents; children _5 cents. Reduced prices for Matinees, Carriages errderred at 0:45. .1. 3-3t E. WARREN, Manager, j SPECIAL NOTICES, J I. MoK...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal B. \\ <«li.i 4 |ei tiDtTem inn I*Rorni_Toa So. (» 3'rJ 511.1.1 Street, Ittclimon... V» Offli livi Pnpir for the Bovernmi'iit. THURSDAY KVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. who was rightly looked upon as the real bead of the Spanish nation, has excited general indignation throughout this coun try. comes homo to our people with peculiar force, —for those who have suffered similar rtfflictioiis can always feel the more deeply the woes of their neighbors. Wl.ather it was the work of a . faction or of some desperate fanatic.'the atroci ty of tho crime is the same, and its weight will fall heaviest upon thoso who I iustigatcd or made it possible. Tet, ] although it would appear at first blush as did tho assassination of Mr. Lincoln s?em to be the work of the Confederate Government, to have been perpetrated in the interest, and with the connivance of a I powerful organization,—the Republican party of Spain,—yet, we believe, with tbe New York Tribune, that it will prove the inde...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal THUKSDAY EVENING, .JAN. 5, 1871. We find nothing remarkable in the papers this morning, except a very com plimentary notice iD the Whig of the Hon. Charles H. Porter's last great speech in Congress, which has had the distinguished honor of being published in full in the Olobe. Of this speech our contemporary says: "We had the pleasure yesterday— for which we were wholly unprepared— that of perusing the speech delivered by our distinguished representative iv Con gress, the Hon. Charles H. Porter," and then in another paragraph it pays it this " gushing " compliment: We have rarely read anything which pleated vi more. For glowing, bold and impassioned eloquence, and fur stern, pitiless, resistless ar gument, we know of nothing to which to com pare it except Burke and Sir William Hamil ton. The style is occasionally a little crude and inexact; but when it is remembered that Mr. Porter made his reputation as a public speaker in the Virginia Constitutional Conven t...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal TUUnSDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. are now real armies, commanded by nA . soldiers, who know how to act when they | are worsted—are arrnieH which fight at least as well as Bazaine's at Qravfellotte, j and sunn times oven better. Under tha di_oonr_g«_D«nt of recent defeat and the most depressing weather, they beldth.ir own in the dice of a quite equal enemy.— Their morale is no lunger dependent on Hire good spirits. They fight like men who trust their generals, and who mean to fight in bud fortuno as well as good. The Levant Herald believes that a loan |>n the point of being concluded, with special object of making provision for punctually discharging tho liabilities Turkey. It is understood that the icrial Ottoman bank and several lead bankers will take portions ; tho Hint is $2,300,000, and the rate of test, exclusive of commission, fourteen cent, per annum, 'he Berlin correspondent of the London •graph writes : " The empiro scheme found but little sympathy. ...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal B. W. 01-R.I-. EDITOR AND PItorRIKTOR, At »I*H *»••*» Street, Rlckmoad, V» Tbe JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to their lacrlbers In the City at Fiftt Cuts fir Mostu. .ingle copies In wrapper. Thru Cists. t't-tc. for Mai-ipto.— Three months $1 7ft; six ■•oath. IS 00: on. year $8 00 Ihe WBE-LY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub soil-era three month, for sev.nty-fiv* oentaj six At',-ir,ls particularly to the collection of o'd enrl donbtfal Debt., Negotiating Loana, Exempting Hor- , Btearis and Dispossessing Tenants. Office on Etevenlh street, lietween Main and Bank. J.6—2t ROBERT HILL. j T F. McKEI.NEY WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN tl' form his friends, and the citizens of Richmond, that he has temporarily located at the "OLD SWAN TAVERN," Broad Street, between Eighth and Ninth, whore can be found BUTTERICK A OO.'S PATTERNS and the "HOWE SEWING MACHINE." Ja 4-_t rpHE "PAIN KILLER." Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals, as Inevitable as death itself anil liable...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal 11. \V. HI l, I, IS Editor ANnPr/rnrsToa. Jfo. 0 '4;_ >l-rln Str-ct, UUlrmonrl. V» •flteM I'appr for tbfl RoTnrnmi'-it. 1 ' — .... i FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. C, 1871. rcntCATKt KO.ICATK I Buckle, in his history of civilization, quotes Quetetat thus: "Experience de monstrates in effect, with all the evidence possible, this opinion, which may at first glance appear a paradox, that it is society ichich prepare* the crime, and that the criminal is but the instrument which exe cutes.'' Section 26 of the declaration of principles adopted by the " National Con gress on Penitentiary and Rcformatoty I Discipline," asserts: " Whilo this Congress would not shield the convicted criminal I from the just responsibility of his mis deeds, it arraigns society itself as in no slight degree accountable for the invasion of its rights and the warfare upon its interests, practiced by the criminal classes. Docs society take all tho steps which it easily might, to chaDge, or at least ...

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 January 1871

Evening State journal FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. . ... ~..i- __• r._ gro boy should rush into the onice ot tbe Dispatch or Whig and Lint that Presided Grant intends to do so or so, to give eith er of those fault-finding and captious jour nals a text for falling upon the General and belaboring him most unmercifully. The negro boy's word would suffice. They would never think of stopping to inquire into the probabilities of tho insinuation, or of questioning the source of their informa tion. They wanted an opportunity, and the negro boy is good enough authority for their purpose, —which is to depopularize the President as much as possible with tho They have both seized upon a sensation al paragraph from some half-witted cor respondent of the New York Tribune, giv ing a rumor to the effect that the President was about to recommend that the work of reconstruction in the South be taken up and done over. Of course the President has no-such idea, or intention. But with the Democratic pre...

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 January 1871

(Evening State journal FRTDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. t!lO tiXH'-ll 111 s_o,Ui-U [o $10,UVV. Chicago is going into the iron making ba men largely. One establishment em ploys 1,000 men, and consumes 1,000 ton» of coil a week, ami both smelts ami rolls iron successfully- A contemporary io Indiana tells how a lirakemati, who was left by his train the other dsiy, took ft short cut on foot, and heat his cars fifteen minutes in a walk of five miles. A divorce case in Ireland has elicited the fact that tho lady was in the habit of chastising h';r husband with the furniture, ami on one occasion knocked him down and sat en his head. A Boston man piid an undertaker with a bogus $280 check. Tho "late lamented"' was his wife, and ho expressed the opinion that the pay was worth as much as the subject of the funeral. A girl in Calhoun county, Wis., attempt ed to look into the mnz-Ao of her brother's shot-gun, and at the same time pull her '' dress away from the trigger. The coro ner's jury returne...

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