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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 24 November 1871

PtTBI.ISHBb DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, at Na. 919VC, Main Street, Richmond, V». TERMS: DAILY—»« per year; six montlis, *3; three ■nootha, »l."c>; 1 month, 60 cent*. aJEMI-WEEKLY—*2.<»(i per year; six months. tl 2,1: three months, 71 cents. WEEKLY— 9X .to per year; six months, 71 cent. eWWEBKLYand SEMI-WBEKLT JOURNAL Clubs at ■xtremely turn rates. a s s !•: ,>i ii i, *"■ a"li,. JX. GRAND OPERATIC AND BALLAD CONCERT. ONE NIGHT ONLY. A Grand Concert will be given on MONDAY EVENING, November 27th, ai Madame ISABEL McCULLOOH, the well-known prima donna from the New York Academy of Music, asaiated by the following artists : Senor L. MAOCEFERRI, tho Eminent Tenor Signor PACINI, Baritone, from- the New York Academy of Music ; Mr. S. D'ANNA, ths eminent Pianist, recently from Europe. Admission : 7.1 c. Reserved seats, »1. Ticketa can Ie procured at West k Johnston'a *"*«*•• ~.___ "° *=»-«• MEETINGS. THERE WILL BE A *li:i;ti\cj c»i Till M .^?, A n THO t IC ' BENEFICIAL SOCIETY TO...

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. — 24 November 1871

SOCIAL rRKKDOII. The New York Tribune gives us a vivid and somewhat startling resumf of the lec ture of Mrs. Victoria Woodhull, on tho "Principles of Social Freedom," delivered at Steinway Hall last Monday evening, l >ur readers need not be informed that Mrs. Woodhull goes the entire length of discard ing all marriage obligations imposed by law, leaving the parties to the marriage contract entirely free to remain together or to separate as each may choose, or as either may choose. Marriage, according to her notion, is a voluntary union of any two persons—the opposites in sex—who may come together on the principle of natural selection, as Mr. Darwin would say, and not on any principle outside of nature, such as may be absurdly formulated into it law. She asserts that nature determines the relation, and that tho point at which mar riage begins is fixed hy the law of love and not by human enactment. Hence, as a corollary to this proposition, she derives the further formula, that law...

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. — 24 November 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 24, 187 THE MORMON" MUDDLE. 11.-cat* tar Mnnlcr—Dr. Newman and Or.a Pratt—CJciitile camion of die Muinlloii liu 111. ■i ~r the Trouble— Kallgion an I'ollllc-. Salt Lake' City, (let. 31.—Afl is quiet o the Jordan, notwithstanding sensationa reports to the contrary which may nn their way .cast. The latest move made b lhe crusaders was the arrest on last Satur day afternoon of D. H. 'Wells, mayor o the city and vice-president of the Mormot church ; Hosea Stout, a lawyer; and W A. Kimball, ranchman, on tlie charge o murder. The indictments against these parties were found sometime since, as the grand jury has not been in session for two | weeks, but why arrests were not mad upon the adjournment of the jury is known only to the managing members of the ring. It is generally understood, and even as serted by those in tho confidence of the in quisitors, that these indictments, as well as many others not yet made public, and many more yet to be made (for the grand j jury...

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. — 24 November 1871

l-KIDAY HYFAIN*;, NOV. 'if, 1871. A Valuable Inhebti-akcb.—No* IciOJ since, a man appeared among 'is with streaks of silver in inn hair, deep furrows upon his hrow, and a stoop in his shoulder -1 pun the first favorahle opportunity, I called to see hint, for ho had been my schoolmate and playmate in other times. 1 found him Sftting hy his table, in a thoughtful mood, with his right hand rest ing upon a large, well-known pocket-book. Cordial greetings transpired, and anon he lapsed again into the reflective mood. "Doesn't it seem good to get, back t the old place once more?" I at length I hoped he hail done well during his ab sence. He looked up anil faintly smiled. "All that I hnve gained," said he, "I shall leave to my favorite nephew and heir; and it will be valuable to him, if he rightly uses it." And he laid his hand again upon the old nocket-book. "It is in there?" "It is in this pocket-book," ho nodded ; "but." he added, "this key to the wealth I shall put upon the outside. 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. — 25 November 1871

AMUSEMENTS. ASSEMBLY II AI. I. . GRAND OPERATIC AND I: A 1.1, AI» CONCERT ONK NIGHT ONLY. A Grand Concert will be (riven on MONDAY EVENING, NovtxaKa 27m, ht Madams ISABEL MrOULLOC'II, the well-known prima donna from the Now York | Academy of Music, assisted by tho follow ing artists: Senor L. MAOOEFERRI, tlie Eminent Tenor. ' Signor PACINI, Baricone, from the New York Academy of Music; Mr. S. D'ANNA, the eminent Pianist, recently from Enropc. I Admission: 7*6, Reserved seats, 91. . ] Tickets can l-e proenrt'd nt Went .V: Johnston's i bookatorc» L no 2* MEETINGS. \ NOTICE Chesapeake nnd Ohio Rnllrnnil Company, CAtaie&'sOPPtcß, Richmond, Va., j .Vovpuiber 3d, IS7I. The annual meet ing of the stockholders of the C 'hcanjienke and Ohio Railroad C Company will be ' held In the city of Kichmond, on THURSDAY', I ihe 71.h of December, IS7I. The attention of the Stockholder** is called to . the following extract from tlie by-lnwa of the t C 'ompany: "All proxies to represeutatockholdera ...

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. — 25 November 1871

ifmtimi *tatc .ilownwU. isxmTexmxmtssmeswew> rrm lam n DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, AT tlo. 9HH Mai» STtaar, Rinwnotco, Vneiou EDWARD DANIELa, Ediior and i**lanuer. TERMS: DAILY. One year $« cic J Three months 1 fin '-ix months ** on I One month *0 SEMI-WEEKLY. [iter/an bve.t tcksiiat and f.idat.J One year *2 .'.O 1 Three months 7» six months 1 25 I One month 26 WEEKLY. [lasctn avrnt wbd.vbspat.] On. year tl 00 | six months 7/1 CLUB RATES FOB SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Sir Months. Three Months. TS copies....*ll 0(1 9b bCI *:! 78 II) copies.... 20 00 10 en a cm '."> copies 3.1 (in 17 Co 8 74 SO cojilee. .. 76 00 37 90 IS 7.1 •**TSi>ecimen copies of aac** edition sent free. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV, 25,1871. We hud intended to notice at some length the letter of .Judge Meredith on the funding bill, published in the Whig of Thursday, but are disposed, after due re flection, to leave the discussion of some Of its main points to a more opportune ocra. tion, when the attention 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. — 25 November 1871

SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 2.-., 1871 SPIRIT Ol- TIIK PRESS. I Defeated and Dismayed.—For tl a time m its history the Democrat *ty acknowledges the dcsperatcness o situation. The consolation reuiaik i mer years, " defeated but not dis yed,' has been dropped. The iiiviiic tj of the organization, its disciplim lership, arc all gone, his is more noticeable iv the South tluu r before. 'I he people of that sectio c been hard at work all the fall to creat intiment in favor of the Democrat! ty, but with \ery little success. The itence of any organized or systematic t of murder and intimidation was denied a desperate attempt made to give lawless communities a character for *c and quietude. The odious Ku-Klux was denounced in unmeasured terms, martial law for tire restoration of order was asserted to be a violation of the constitu tion, and the judges of the United States courts compared to Jeffries. To these people the result of the (>ctober and November elections was as great a sur prise as...

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. — 25 November 1871

S.YTIRDA. lAKNINti, NOV.-Jo, I*-:'-' \,.i V. FOLKS' COLi MY- The Vm;. I-. [From the German ... EJiae 1\.U1.0 ] You havciificn been si,.,wo pk-tnren ofi urcttv naked children, bii* ami little, . adorned wiih beautiful wings, |*4»p*rig out j from among hrignt clouds with Inc-ncl y i iooks and happy faces, •tiul nave been told | that these wore angeU. W ell, J'' s ' n *f y " 1 I look something like them, but ; be cci lam ol' it. None have | an, ami none ever will, in such | we can see them ; for in the j nn where they , o delightful that they will Be***** I ■ing down here and walking be- I ycM and living wltn " : * *J O,V ■ould be, and bow dnsly their j igs would get ! No, our earth ■aaged for ause!s. So much i ;y must indeed be wondrously ',- cannot help feeling an afH o im, if we only think of them. - probably nitiny sorts of them, I it known are the kind slnmher beictitif'.tl the dear n-ain-els, die gentle llower-an thc litithful guardian-angels.— f the dead who is carried to the is...

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. — 27 November 1871

AMUSEMENTS. » SSEMBLY HA__7~ OBAND OPERATIC AND BALLAD CONCERT. ONE NIGHT ONLY. A Ortuiel Concert will be (riven on MONDAY EVENING, Ni.vbmbeb 27tu, ur Ma-ame ISABEL McOULLOCH, the well-known prima donna from the Now York Academy of Music, assisted by the 'following artists : Senor L. MACCEFERRI, tho Eminent Tenor. Siffnor PACINI, Baritone, from the New York Academy of Music; Mr. S. D'ANNA, the eminent Pianist, recently from Europe. Admission : 74c. Reserved seals, tl. Tickets can lie procured at West - Johnston's bookstore. no _:t—-It ' SHIPPING -|70R. _W YORK. A'4'itffK I THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHffMWSI*" > PANY'S elegant side-wheel sleairtshlji YVYA- ! NOKE, Captain Court?, will sail on TOES- i DAY, November 2", at s o'clock P. M. Freight received until 2 P. M. ' Through bills of lading signed, and goods for- I warded with dispatch to all point*—north, south, | east and west. Close connectinns made with On- , nard line for foreign jxirta. ' Passenger ae'commodaliiins unaarpcutac...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 November 1871

Our neighbor of the Dispatch takes a de- [ spairing view of the country in connection j with the civil service reform measures, am bitiously discussed just now by Senator Carl Schurz in his lecture for the season; and asks whether the present ".system" of abuses can be uprooted. It thinks not, aud gives its reasons (him: "As long as the country remains a so-culled Republic there is no good ground to hope for a revo lution in the civil service." The inherent vice, then, does not lie in the "system," but in the melancholly fact that the coun try remains a so-called Republic. We had hardly expected so unfortunate an ad mission from any newspaper in the country since the defunct Imperialist went up in a blaze of expiring glory two years ago or more. That extraordinary sheet tried the pulse of the American people in refcrenco to Imperialism, and while it let off any number of imperialistic rockets, to omin iously glare and flame on a perturbed sky, they all fell in most insignificant sti...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 November 1871

MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, 1871. r*,KK Kit EAKLI; o*l I'EACH Kill' A\D the cinciue. Sir—The statements of your Georgia I correspondent regarding the destruction of | his peae;h crop, which you have kindly for- i warded to me, possesses interest for all i peach growers. 'Ilie essential points in Im letter are that before the war be had BUC ressfully shipped peaches to New York ; j that since the years nf neglect attending the war his old trees have become more and more valueless from rot; that iv ISU9 he had hauled ont of the orchard (and I pre- | .some destroyed) large quantities of injured fruit, hoping to remove the probable cause of tho difficulty by destroying the larvm of j the curculio; that in 1870 a hail storm mined the fruit crop! in his section, and he | liad hoped that these two seasons had ex- I terminated the enemy ; finally, tho crop of this year was very promising, and the first , boxes shipped went through sound, but the ' rains then commenced, ami the early varie ties...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 November 1871

tfwnina State gouvnal MiiMiW EVENING, NOV. '27, IST). C. *,eiee rroni lhe C oloreil People of Nnrl-lli. I Viru-i-.iin. ka ft, ..'.. Ji.iiiiail ■ TU» tilt between the Democratic jo'-rnu's of this city and your able sheet, as an ex ponent Of the ri-lits of the whole people, h__ attracted the attontton of the people ally, ami our race particularly, B re lation to" the rights of the people, lrrespec tive of race, color, or contlition to as semble for wiy purpose eft'ecti*-** their inter et-t. The perversion of our purpose, by nur enemies, in the late attempt to hold a meeting ul condolence, and ilie utter inabil ity of our people to obtain justice through the columns of the two prominent, papers here, creates the necessity of settii.g ocir sclves right through some medium. Wo have chosen the columns of your paper, that tlie real facts of the ease may be given to the world, and justice may be done to On the evening of Saturday, November 1 lth the ('on-crv-tivos of the city of Ports mouth...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 November 1871

V■ HTli i:. < hrvniu--ilse and Ohio Railroad ll OoatrAav, Cabrieb'b Orpicß, Richmoxd, V* . November 3d, 1871. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of lhe < 'he*, peaks and Ohio Railroad Company will be held lv the city of Richmond, on THURSDAY th* 7th of December, IS7I. The attention of the Stockholders is called to the following extract from the liv-lnws of the t 'ompany : "All proxies to ri-prescutStocklmlilcrs at a iron eral meeting: shall be in writing, and signed hy the person thus transfering the power ; partner ships may sign In the name of partnerships ami ihe signal ure of either member of tlie firm shall be valid. No proxy shall be valid given more than sixty days prior to the meeting ol ihe coni "Thc books of transfer shall he closed fifteen slays previous to any general meeting " »Q3—td J. GARRETT, Cashier SAVINGS BANK. iiEIMOVAL TO >K\V HANKIN.J ROOMS. NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET. HetweenJlaui and Hank Si reel, NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS ANB» t:HARTERED HY CON...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 November 1871

"111 VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA. We have improved every proper occa sion since 1803 to express our conviction that a great error was committed in the par tition of the old State of Virginia. We do so not merely because great practical , injury and wrong resulted in this special case, but because we think the precedent dangerous and revolutionary. It is too much like gerrymandering for party strength, to suit us. We think this is just the time to agitate for reconstruction, and we have faith in the triumph of the right. We quote below an article from the West Virginia Journal, which, while opposing reunion, admits the existence of a consid erable party in favor of it. Old Virginia is bound to throw overboard its fossilized ideas, and imbibe the progressive spirit of the powerful communities with which it is soon to become closely connected by great lines of railway. It is rousing from its lethargy and putting itself on the track be side its more fortunate sisters. It only needs now, ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 November 1871

TUESDAY EVENING, NOV: 28, 1871. I'ARKI It EAKI.F. 0> PEACH ROT AND Till: I'IRITI.IO. Due of our most careful and energetic peach men tells me tliat he has caught over 15,080 curctilio:; I lie present season front 1100 trees.; tliat one band will visit the traps in six or seven hours, and thai the entire expense for the season will not exceed eight cents per tree. This is something more than jarring with a good wheel machine will cost, in an orchard of high-headed trees, where the ground is level enough for easy running it; but the trapping can be done on all kinds of .slopes, suit, iiinlir all shapes of trees, and the labor of children be made available. Somo of our people believe the trapping system to be much the most ef fective. The gentleman just referred to has a heavy crop of fruit almost entirely free from worms, and with very small loss from rot. The Hale's Early is known among us anil throughout the country as one of the most treacherous peaches to handle, but so entirel...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 November 1871

Free Trndr Scheme. From the nmnlu r of estimates tliat are being made by the Tree trade journals of ' tho country of "the national income for the current year, and the certainty that the ag gregate amount will be so large as to admit ' of a very considerable reduction of tax*- ', tinn, it il evident that tlie so-called revenue | .vi'unntTs propose to avail themselves ot t the opportunity thus aHoided, to attempt ; the BMMgI of a law making a .sweeping reduction of custom duties. Indeed, a j tariff bill is said to have been already pre- j pared by a New Kngland free trader, on l information obtained from the Treasury Department, and that au effort will bo made to push it through without debate under tlie operation of the previous ques tion. Tlie whole scheme is reported to be cut nnd dried, and ready to be sprung upon Congress at any moment after its organiza tion. Forewarned is forearmed, and in view of these facts it behooves our representatives who are in favor of the protection 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. — 29 November 1871

MEETINGS. -»aTOTI('E—( hesnprnkc nnd Oliio Ratlrotul Xa Cu-tam, CishirbkOffke, Richmond, A. , November 3d, 1871. Tl.e annual nut-ting of lti" Stockholders of ihe Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company will be held In the city of Richmond, on THURSDAY, the 7th of December, 1071. The attention ol the Stockholders is called to the tallowing extract from iho by law. of the I Company : "All proxies to represent Stockholders nt agen | eral meeting shall l.c in writing, and signed by : the person thus transfering Hie power; partner- ' .-hips may sign in Ihe name of partnerships, and ; ihe signature of either member of the firm shall ' lie valid. No proxy shall be valid Riven more i ban sixty days prior lo the meeting of the com pany. "The books of transfer shall be closed fifteen day* previous loans general meeting." nos—td ' J. GARRETT, Cashier. SAVINGS BANK. I) EMOVAL TO NEW I! l\Kl\<; HOOMK, \ NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET. Between Main and Hank Streets. NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S SAVIN'IS AND TR...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 November 1871

TTfAI\K*OIVI\(;..NOPAPERTO.MORROAV. As to-morrow is the day set apart by the President as one of thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God, the observance of which is recommended throughout the Cnited States, we shall issue no paper from this office. The day has a peculiar sacred ness and beauty to us, in the custom and manner of its time-honored observance, and we desire that tho force employed by us shall have an opportunity to partici pate, not only in the religious observances of the day, but in such social festivities and enjoyments as it has been the custom of the people, in a very considerable portion of the country, to religiously connect with the day. Apart from the acknowledgments to our Maker for tho many blessings he has conferred upon us, it is an excellent occa sion to bury all past feuds, forget all past grievances, make the best of our little transitory ills, and, generally, demean our selves in such a way as to make our several homes, as well as those [of our kith and...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 November 1871

away, we sometimes hoard tlie talk of a very thoughtful young man, who has since climbed to a position in which he associates with the wisest and best in the land. The requests that have come to us in many let ters from young men induce us to give a few lines ol this Column to a disrussion of things fundamentally important to them. •'Tlie mischief of our society," this youth ful Daniel would say, "the danger of our Republic, is that young men of energy and ambition will respect no success but the power of wielding great masses of capital. He who gets control of a trunk road, of a line of steamers, of a great bank, or of quantities of valuable land, deals in mate rial that everybody understands, and his power is such as everybody can appreciate. The danger is that influence in a quite dif ftrent sphere will be undervalued. The most important thing for getting a start is to have certain aims. There is as much real power in well-mastered knowledge as there is in well-invested capital—i...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 November 1871

fl'rom 1! lVtis't-TO di Ntzza. Oct. ,11.] I'uneral of l.enfrul Anderson nt Nice. The noble simplicity of the funeral of | Mr. Anderson, the American general, I which took place last Saturday, furnishes a valuable lesson to us. Fife and drum preceded tin 1 mourning concourse, because these two warlike musical instruments were the ones which marshaled Amen:mis to victory or death in their long struggle with the English, to drive them from their country, ami establish their independence. There was no funeral drapery around the coffin, because Americans do not consider j death as a calamity, but as a law of nature, M the repose of life, just as night is the re pose of day. There was no hearse, be cause Americans desire their remains to lie borne to tho grave by their own coun trymen. There were no torches lighted, because Americans consider this ceremony as a pure matter of business. The great light of day is enough for them, as they consider it the emblem of the soul's life after death...

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