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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 30 January 1871

totting £tatc g0utttal Pya Excepted rou, iiusntt, v» srrlers toti e!» i m Mohih. ris. bs $1 Tit; aia mailed to snb lve r.nts; cix DAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTBKNOONS, at * o'clock, ADMIBBIOX, with use' ef Skates, »0 ceut«. Children, under I years of -ege, I 2a ccfats. A package of 12 tickets, $3 00. Ladles will only be charged 25 cents at the Afternoon As semblies. MCBIC at night City and Town Rights (or sate. Address, for par ticulars, DRAKE * GLOYBR, ja 2T—tf Richmond. TJ IOHMOND IHBATRK. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY iO, 1871. Tho famous, original, and only LA RUE'S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS. BRASS BAND AND BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE. Twenty distinguished artists, chief among whom are the Great Ricardo, the only mate prima donna in the world, with a pure soprana voice ; Dirk Parker, champion banjoist, end man and comedian; Bl'ly Reeve, tho greatest representation of the plantation darkey living: Hugh Uamall, the best ballad linger In the United States; Langhlin and Murray, ...

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 January 1871

totting £tafc jgowmul B. W Qllsitalsi K;uToa aisu PaopRUTuB. Tf . V latin Mien. Ulctimond, Va ! Taper for the BoTernnicnt. We look forward with the highest j hopes to tho very uear future of Virginia,— with hopes that will surely be realized, if our people but interpret aright the signs of tho present and improve the great op portunities held out to them. Tho tide in their affairs is now setting in, and they must not let it flow out again, and leave them high and dry upon the sandy shore of despair. Neglect it not, but take it at tho flood, if you would float this good old ship of Stato out upo» a full sea of pros perity. It is nst often that a State has such an opportunity preseotod as is now offered to Virginia, by the Pennsylvania Central railway company, which is almost buckling fortune on our backs. Blii.d and heedless will wa he—yea, criminal, — if wo commit the unpardonable folly— the Stupid blunder—of rejecting the hand that is now extended to savo us from ruin, and restore ...

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 January 1871

tottittg £tat* §0unal " Well, the Enquirer has changed again," grouted us on all sides as wa slid down Shookoo Hill this morning on our way to the offlfe. Yes ; it has changed— but only its editor, and not in ita policy- I In this case "change does not make | change;" for Mr. Barbour, in retiring, assures his political friends that the course he marked out will not be departed from. Ho says: With the issue of Saturday's swiju'rsr my editorial control of this newspaper ceued. Proposals were made for a transfer of my interest in the Enquirer, which I regarded it to be my duty to those dependent on me to ac- I cept, provided the Enquirer should continue to I bo conducted in consonance with the political principles that have heretofore controlled ita I editorial columns. Satisfactory assurances were given on this last point. Of course, thin agreement, entered into with the lato editor, will be faithfully ad hered to through all the coming fsUtire; and, therefore, we may look for a deter...

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 January 1871

IVllow "-maker*, Shall We Submit to tut* Swindle I No—n thousand times no !—that is if we can help it. The Kichmoud correspon dent of the Petersburg Courier thus showi bow the tobacco smokers are cheated of their j'li-t dti-s | and how, singularly enough, both the government and the manufactories tnake money by the opera -1 smoke my pipe, »nd I bu J tobacco which bis paid the internal revenue for leave to born, Consequently I »m interested in "revenue re form." Hut allow m* to suggest that tobac conists themselves need "reforming," if I be correct in supposing that there should be six* teen fiuncss io a pound avoirdupois, eight ounces in a half pcrund. and foar ounces in * quarter pound. Now, hers is a bsg of amoking tobacco before me upon which are internal revenue stamps to Ihe amount of four cents, and yet there are only two ounces of tobacco in the bat. On tbls species of tobacco the law only requires a tax of one cent an ounce, or sixteen cents ft pound. Why then should tobacco...

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. — 31 January 1871

totttog jftnfo gmmwl PDBLIBHEU I)AILY-(Buaday« Excepted IT B. W. 011.t.18. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At 01 il'.-- Malm Street, lilelimnnd, Va Til* JOURNAL la aorrod by the otrriora tot \ air kacrlbere in the City Bt Frrri Cikts p» Mcsth. ■ initio cuploe in wmpporn Thru Cmts. Pkici ro» Maiuro.—Three montha $1 Tt; ill <o mtha is 00; one yesr W 00 BROAD-STREET MBTIIODIBT OHCROn, FRIDAY EVENING, Fib'tSc, 1371, At IJ-J O'clock. Smith's American Organ will be used. Net pr*. ceeds for Christian purposes. Tickets, 60 outs ; Children, 25 cents. To be hod at the Bookstore., and Exchange and Ford's Hotels. 09- ONE NIGHT ONLY. -«* SrxcitL.- Those purchasing tickets previous to the day of Singing, will he furnished with reserved vats without extra charge. on Eighth stroot, near corner of Franklin. Ragular assemblies TUESDAY, THURSDAY, aud SATURDAY NIGHTS at 8 o'clock, and MON DAY, WEDNESDAY and I at 4 o'clock. ADMISSION, with ass __. . — , of Skates, 60 cents. Children, under l't year* of asc, 2...

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. — 31 January 1871

toning £tafc journal 11. W. Oil/ .I s BniTOR asm Pa***)Jktoß. S > J 's'j '.lntil *trsot, UtchulomJ, Va Offirlal I'apcr for the GoYrrnnieiii. TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 81, 1871. Tills AOrUCU-I'UH.AI.I/AND Sit till. Tho committees have reported on the sub ject of tbe Land Scrip. They propose a division of it into three equal parts. Ont thir 1 of it to go to Hampton ; one-third to tho Univtrsity j one-third to the Mili tary Institute. The objection to this divi sion is, that it makes each part of it too small. It squanders a fund, which, if emcontrated, would put the institutions receiving it on an effective footing. Tho division should not be into \n?s than two equal parts. Tt would thon pro duce two endowments of at least one hun dred thousand dollars each ; which would be tjo least sum that could be appropri ated to any advantago, in the language of tho act of Congress, for "the endowment, support and maintenance of at least one college, whore the leading object shall bo (without, ex...

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. — 31 January 1871

touiug #tat* gttimuil TUTCSDAT EVENING, JAN. 31. 1871. lio Enquirer asks tho public to bo pa with la new management "until «r- I iments now in progress, arc perfected, a it is hoped will make it a true reprc tiveof the character, manners, end i and intelligence of tho grand old whose interests it haa always so I ully advocated." It then makes a trthcr, and, wo think, a modified a: - ement*of tho "principles which will i its management,"—which are libe d patriotic enough to suit all good f all parties—to wit, 'undamental and guiding policy will De note the best interests of our poeplo ; to tself firmly on the great principles of right and broad statesmanship, which ur fathers great, and te insist steadfast their application to public and private tons ; to speak words in season to our ad weary people, and point them to the :ans of attaining happiness, wealth and power—to the pursuit of right paths—to tho development of their own energies and of the resources of the State; and to call ...

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. — 31 January 1871

totting £tat* gonroni TUESDAY KTKNINO, JAN. 81, 1871. STORY. The last fish story comes from New Jersey. Lately in the ititerior of that State", a mild-looking couDtrymau entered a railroad car, bearing a Dirndlo tied up in a handkerchief, which Le placed under his seat at the end of the cur. After travel ing along for about a half an hour a lady sitting in front of tbe countryman was observed to move uneasily in her seat, and to cast savage glances at a seemingly res pectable man sitting by hor side. In ■ few moments afterwards anothor lady, still further to the front, became un easy, and at last, rising in her seat, re quested that some gentleman in the car would protect her from an eldeily looking gentleman by her side, and whom she stated had insulted her. A dozou persons offered their assistance, and before tho accused could speak in his uv.ii defence his hat was jammed over his eyes, and he was dragged to the rear of the While there, aud carrying on with the avengers a war of w...

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. — 1 February 1871

toning 9 tute gmmutl POBMSHKU DAILY-(Bund»ys Kxoeptod S. W. Gills Th* JOURNAL ia served by th* carrier, tot i *lr L-scrlber. In the Olty at Firiv OiitT* m Moxth. •vlnal* copies in wrapper. TH»llC«l«T». t'aic. son Mjuuao.— Throe month. SI 11; .Is month. IS 00; one year H 00 fh* JOUKNAI. will be mailed to .üb icribor. three month, for seventy-fit. c.ntlj *i« aJII.KJIRM'S. BROAD-STREET METHODIST CHURCH, FRIDAT EVENINO, Fsa'T Bn, 1871, AT 7 % O'cioct. Smith's American Organ will bo used. Net pro ceed. for Christian purpose. Tickets, 60 cunt.; Children, 26 cents. To be had at the Bookstore*., and Bxchange and Ford's Hotel.. 4TJ-ONB NIGHT ONLY.-C* Spicial.—Tho.e purchasing ticket, previou. to the day of Singing, will he furnl.hed with reserved seat. | without extra charge. T>OLLKR-BKATIMO AT ill ASSEMBLY HALL, on Eighth -street, near comer of Franklin. Regular assemblies TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY NIGHTS at 8 o'clock, and MON DAY, WEDNESDAY an I 26 cents.' A package of 12 tickets,...

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. — 1 February 1871

toning ftatc gnuvnal B. \V. (ill. t.lS Keitoa ash raoPßisroa. *.» ti%)_ Main Street, tvlcliiiiontl, Va Odlciii! Paper for tbe {.oYcrnmcnt. Wi;ii.\F.SL)AY KVENI'tI, FEB. 1,1871. I'OUJ.Tm' SI'MSCKIPTIONS TO RAIL. ROAD K.VI'KKPRISKi. In a former article upon this subject we suggested, as requiring examination, "Is our railroad syitera (if we can be said to havo any) tuch as looks to benefitting tbe State, wbieli needs all our help, or rival cities beyond her borders, which do not need help, and will not, under any circum stances, minister to her necessities ?" By system we understand combination and direction of means and forces, so as most certainly to produce desired results or The Legislature of any State should un doubtedly so project the railroad system, as tbat tho greatest possiblo benefit shall accrue to their own tax-paying citizens, by affording facilities for tbe transportation of the products of mining aud agricultural industry, from the localities where tbey i are prodtico...

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. — 1 February 1871

®venittg £tat* gonwal WEDNESDAY EVENI'O, FED. 1,1871. ■ PIKIT Of TUB nOKHInU PRKSS. The honso of Bourbon did learn some thing during those terrible years of terror and revolution through which it passe;!. Adversity taught it much ; and when the restoration came in 1815, we found it ready to mako use of the knowledge thus ac quired by accepting things as they were found. Old Bourbouism had passed away forever, and only its name was restored. So, too, with the Bnquirer of this city. I 1 was the Bourbon of pre-revolutionary times, and during tho changes through which wo have just past, it would neither I learn nor forgot; but now it is "restored,'' j and docs not seek to restore tbe ancient regime. It will accept the officers of the j Empire and trust them if found worthy— that is if they are not too Badical and sans culottish. It rises again to the leader ship in the State, and its old prestige will return under the new rogime. It wiil now control and direct tho fortunes of Virginia, ...

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. — 1 February 1871

toning JEtote gontnal j WEDNESDAY ETliM't, FEB. J, 1871. conceived the idea of establishing a bank J for loans in San Francisco. With the in- I tention of examining into the practicabili- I ty of such a project, he at once came to this country with his betrothed, Laura Hallier, a beautiful lady, 23 years of age, liother, whose age was GO. They 1 winter in San Francisco, and d themselves with a large citcle The father of Miss Hallier re- Paris, intending, after disposing iperty, to join his future son-in n Francisco. Investigation con ; young man successful •ut of his design would require [icy than he and Mr. Hallier i-ibly bring together. He there to to his friends in Paris, I 3 situation, and received iv reply I ance that ho could receive from I tho money he desired, provided I dees continued favorable to the I ! decided then to return to Paris, I is betrothed and her mother in I cisco, with the understanding j I return his marriage bhould take I pon his arrival in Paris the war 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. — 2 February 1871

tonittg £tate goumal PUBLIHHKI) DAILY-tHaadarn E*eeptwl At «!»}{ Malm Btr«*t, fltotomoßd, V»> rilngl*copies In wrapper* Toais C.ivts. Paici roa Miiuru. — Three monthi $1 76; s\i I'ha WK-KLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scriber, tare* month, for MTentj-flve cents; six AMMKMK.STS. RICHMOND THEATRE. LA HUB'S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS , tITY DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS, Including: the great RICARDO. lis.—Parqnettc and Orchestra Chair., 60c.; Circle, 75c; Gallery, 25c. MATINRE, SATURDAY, IP. M. ! listion, 25c.; children, 153. T.HILIP PHILLIPS, TUB POPULAR AUTHOR AND SINGI.':. Will give an evening of SACRED SON' i at the BROAD-STREET METHODIST CHURCH, FRIDAY EVENING, Fin'r 3i>, 1371, At 7 % O'clock. Smith's American Organ will be used. Net pro ceeds for Chrlitian purposes. Tickets, 60 cents; Children, 25 cents. To be had at the Bookstore", and Exchange and Ford's Hotels. AO- ONE NIGHT ONLY.-®* Spiciai..—Those purchasing tickets previous to the day of SingiDg, will bo furnished with reserved nea...

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 February 1871

Evening ftatc journal B. W.f511.'.15... Kwroa o» Paorn" " j H . 0 S'j -Jr. 1.1 Itf—| Ulchmond, V» OfflfLtl Paper for the flovernmcnt. THUBBDAY KYBNINO, FEB. 2, 1871. Tepeal of the test-oath, or iron-clad. Moro thau a year ago we asked that this should b« done as an acceptable measure of amnesty to a large and deserving class of people ir. the South, —those who bore arms i.i the ranks, the young men, and tbe original Union men, who, while they were not the cause of the war aud had no hand in briuging it ou, nevertheless, oould not subscribe to an oath which required them to swear they had never voluntarily born* arms, given aid aud comfort to tho enemy or sympathized with the South in the re bellion. Tbe number of native Southerners who could conscientiously take this oath was very small indeed, and every man or wo man who could not do so was disqualified from holding auy position under the gov ernment. c were desirous that this ono cause of complaint on the part of the peoplo of the...

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 February 1871

tonittg £tat* gonrwal Thursday Evening, Feb. 2, 1871 The Enquirer, under the heading, " A Mistake," haa »n ably written article prov ing that' the idea lately promulgated, that low through rates necessitate high local rates, is cntiroly erroneous. It says there never was a greater taistake, and that only those vindicate it who maintain high local rates, and they merely mako the assertion "without deigning to submit any proof." It continues; Wherever the principleof low rates has fatly obtained the thkouoh rates aro mad* to con tribute to the lessening of local rates, una it is not an unusual thing to find that local freights fall to pay expense of oarriage, and the (ot* local tariffs are only maintained from the net I earnings on (AreiinA freights. This principlo governs where the duty of the railroad to the public is recognizod, arid the road is not made subservient to the interests of shareholders. To establish tho correctness of this view of the case, our contemporary quotes at l...

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 February 1871

tomwg fftat* gonrttal Tl-lUttSDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1871 , .' __ . ... . . ... II Santiago de t.uua on luesday last, wmi an well. Oflicial dispatches announce the voluntary surrender of on Saturday of the iusurgent chief, Andres Dominique, with In officers and scvenfy-two men, armed th rifles, nud sixteen families. A party fishermen saw lights off the const of intua, in the Tuelta Abajodistrict. Tbey I a supposed to have been the lights of :ne tillibustering expedition. Nothing s been seen of them since. The iusur- I gent Captain Santa Perez, with thirteen men, have surrendered to Major Arugon. I from Nncvitas announce the sur if (he insurgent chief Perdomo, the r of Madrivae, with ono hundred iteen men. cial to the New York Herald says: reuder of leading insurgents con md the work of pacificatiou pro rapidly. The Captain General ly received a letter from Edwardo o, secretary of the Cubau House of ntatives, through his father, asking icncy of the government. Machado liis letter that ...

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 February 1871

tottiwg #tate journal PUBLISHED LUILT-(BTmd»ys Exoepted 8. W. 011.L.15. _ IDITOB AND PKOI'RIKTOR. At Oiaj, Mali* Street, H.lol»n»«»"a, Va The JOURNAL ia aerred by the carrier* tolaelr l-sorlbera In the City »t Firrr Cimto MR Mouth. •ilnnIecopiMlii wrepperaTBRHOiHM. Pricr for Miium.-Three months $1 75; all 'ninths ?3 1)0; one ro»r $0 00 rhe WKEKLY JOURNAL will bo mulled to anb sorlbere tnri>e montba for aevcnty-3ve cents; ill months, SI 00; one year, 12 00, AMUSN.TIK.Vi'S. BBOAD-STREET METHODIST CHCECH, FRIDAY EVENING, T«B'T 3r>, 18T1, ATTKO'cloca. Smttfa'. American Organ will be used. Net pr* c**d. for Christian purposes. Tlck.ts, 60 cnts; Children, 25 cents. To b. bad -il the Bookstore 3 , and Exchange and Ford's Hotels. aa-ONE NIGHT ONLY. -»*» SpICIAI,.— Tho3e purchasing tickets previous to the dajr of Singing, will be fnrni.hed with reserved .eat. without extra charge. DOLLKR-SKATINQ AT Il ASSEMBLY HALL, on Eighth ttreet, near corner of Franklin. Regular sfMmbllM TUK4DAY. 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. — 3 February 1871

toning £tate jonrttttL 11. ■»¥ (jit.LIS Bnitoa asb PRor-aUTOa. 912 1/2 Officii.) Paper for the BoYcrnmeut. Fill DAT EVENING, FEB. 8, 1871. Rome which occurred during tha roign ot Augustus, when the temple of war was cloned, and the great Prince of Peace visited the earth. It was his secular hymn. An uvent, nnt unlike that of Rome, is draw ing nigh in America, in our Augustan age, when not only shall the Onion be at peace, but wo trust the wholo world. and thoughtful and patriotic poople are already beginning to seriously consider the in inner of its commemoration, and to look up somo lean and languid Horace to sing the glories of the century. An Augustus now rules over us ; and we have many a to patronize and encourage art and literature; while there is no lack of genius, talent, and the means to make our centennial of independence, on the Fourth of July, 1876, ono of the most interesting and memorable occasions. How aud where to celebrate this great anniver- [ sary is at present th...

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 February 1871

toning £tatt gournal Feb. 3, 1871 mm ii it of this Jioamiwo prkss. "Now, by St. Paul, tho work goes bravely on!'' Tho railroad war rages with redoubled vigor. The Enquirer comes gallantly to the rescue of the. Alexandria, Fredericksburg and Richmond comply, and its patron, tho Pennsylvania Central, from the bravo-liko assault of tha Whig, which waylaid it on Wednesday night, and thought to deal it a death blow in tho dark. But tho bravo younj Enquirer was just over the way, aud responded nobly to the hailing Bign of distress, arriving in time to save its friend from the treacherous dagger. This morning it foils the assault of the Whig in a masterly style, showing much skill at fencing, but admits that the blow was unexpected from that quarter. it says . It is carious to notice the devioes of the op ponents to an all-rail connection from Rich- i mond to Alexandria, and it is somewhat surprising tbat in the hoar, when the main struggle should come, that it should receive a blow "in tb...

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 February 1871

toning gtatg gournal FRIOM EVENINfIr, FEB. t, 187]. Tbe paisengers In a snow-bound train j in Wisconsin had to tunnel through the snow in order to reach the nearest village. "I am going to tho post-office, Bob ; shall I inquire for you r "Well, yes, if you havo a mind to, but I don't think you will find me there." New Hampshire up-country farmers when they went down to "the city," used to take home bits of coal in their porketa to show tho children what curious stuff they burnt down in Boston. It is naively said in n California telegram, of a man who detected an Indian stealing from his cabin, tbat ha does not give a very connected account of what disposition he made of his prisoner. J. llornor writes: "I want a receipt for grouse-pudding." By all means, replica an (exchange. Nothing easier. Send tho grouse-pudding here, and weNI return you a receipt for it by boaror. A beggar who nsked for a coat at a olergyman'a house in Meridcn connty, Ohio, handed back one slightly worn which wa...

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