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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 company. "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...

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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 sacredness 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 participate, 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 occasion to bury all past feuds, forget all past grievances, make the best of our little transitory ills, and, generally, demean ourselves in such a way as to make our several homes, as well as those [of our kith and kin...

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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 letters 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 youthful 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 material that everybody understands, and his power is such as everybody can appreciate. The danger is that influence in a quite difftrent 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—in fa...

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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 repose of day. There was no hearse, because Americans desire their remains to lie borne to tho grave by their own countrymen. 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. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 December 1871

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. I 111 11 MONO aoenoy I OR THE SALE, PURCHASE, AND EXCHANGE OF REAL ESTATE. Tlie uii(]Hr-iKii<.il line tijst'iK'il an otaos atMSM >lnin .street, n few doorx nliove lhe Postofflce, Richmond, A'irsinln, for the SALE, PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE OF REAL ESTATE, and respectfully requests till persons placing property in hia hand, for sale or exchange, tv fumi-sli Uim, if posi-ible, with a plat of the fame, as nlno a description of .oil, advantages, &c. Citizens of the Northern State*, who desire to emiffraie to a milder climate, such a* Virginia, where so many advantages of a pecuniary nature, added to that of health, are presented to capitalists, will Und it io their interest to communicate with him, as all letters asking information respecting any particular farm or luoaßtjr, with a view of JMirenashir, will receive a prompt and faithful report. .IAS. T. SUTTON, I.ate I. S. Pension Agent, Riclnnoii'l, A'a. N. B.—Notorial business, conveya...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 December 1871

THE "WORLD" AM) THE DEMOCRATIC ! TARTY. The Democratic party is a wonderfully reticent one just now. It looks out upon its magnificent future (that was to be) with anything but the high expectations it entertained a few months ago. The effect of the unhappy Fall elections has been to compel tho drawing in of its more branching antlers nnd leaving its head to be borne less' 'proudly eminent than was arranged for the coming ['residential programme. With its "new departure" platform it was to walk over the next Presidential course, without a competitor in the Republican ranks ; or, if one were offered in the person of (ieneral Grant, he was to be distanced by this new "Goldsmith Maid,"—the departure platform—beyond a peradventure. The party was happy and jubilant. It almost saw the glittering bauble of power and emolument within its grasp. The political skirmishes of '71 were to be the certain preludes to a grand Democratic victory in IS7_. It was so heralded in proclamation —so emblaz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 December 1871

$vtm\_ Journal FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. I, 1871. Ol'R WASHINGTON CtnUUMMTIMDMIB. Washington, Nor. SU, 1871. The approaching session of Congress Ss likely to M ■ busy one, and already the bustle of preparation has commenced. A lew of the honorable gentlemen have arrived, but the great majority will doubtless remain at home until after Thanksgiving. Quite a oommHiou was caused in the census bureau to-day by the discharge of a Dumber of the clerks, which is to bo followed in January by a still further reduction. This is owing to the advancement of : the work, a large portion of which is in the j hands of the printer. It is quite probable that most of the clerks will obtain employment in other departments, as the discharge does not take elfect till December Jlst, I and in many cases they are granted leave j of absence till that time. Notwithstanding, rumsrs to the contrary, | Washington is still free from epidemic dis- ' ease, unless the bilious complaints caused i by the condition of the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 December 1871

I harlottc ' • 11. - Ketrcnchment is engaging the attention j of the council of IVUT-burg. —\Vcdiis'si!;iy was the largi-st tobacco day ever known in Lynchburg. —E. R. Ford died at Fairfax C. 11. on Sunday last, of paralysis, aged SS. ■ en. Mutione has ltilted a house in Petersburg, and will take up hit residence —Tlie Fredericksburg fatly, r complains j of the irregularity of the mails between I Hichmond and that place. —The council of Fredericksburg has re- . pealed the tax on sample merchants, except . liquor dealers and pcddlais. —Dr. Wm. S. Alsop, of Spotsylvania j county, sold his wheat crop a week ago to M. Slaughter & Son, for 61.72 per j — A gentleman in Fredericksburg killed ■ porker last week only seven months old, j which weighed two hundred nnd eighteen j pounds net. —Tho Scottsville Register says, ".I. j yuinton Bryant," arrested here a few days ! ago passed in that place by the name of | "John (>'Bryan." —There is talk of establishing a car fact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 2 December 1871

V <>W IS THE TIME TO M HV KIBl; KOR .> NEWSPAPERS. MAGAZINES, kc, tor the coining year. Any of the tallowing will tie sent by mail to any address I'or one year at rates n.HI.Y ANII t»Es!l-U'l(E.-I.Y. N. Y. Herald 112 OOiN.Y. World *12 Ul N:. V. Trihuni! . . 10 mi'N. Y. Times. in on N. Y.Bim 0 <m N. Y. Journal of N.Y.Staats 'Aci- t'omraen-e Iff nn lung H IK:N. Y. Standard... « 110 N.T. Semi-Week- I.V.V. Semi-Week-ly World 4 tJCj ly Tribune 4 011 tvtAKLT r.ll'Blt-.. American Arti- liish Peo'plc :J on •an 2 (Xl N. Y. Ledger :| on Albion 4 on London lilustraAppleton's Jour- ted News 14 on I nal 1 Mi New York Mere v-A-ierican Union. SAO ry .-! no Clipper 4 on Literary Compa*!ountry Gentle- nion :i ... man 2 50 Living Age H 00 Cornier lies Etats NY. Nation .11*1 I'.unls SOO Police Gazette... 4 (BO j Citizen k Round Poinoroy's DemoI ibl* 4MJ crat 260 j Day* Doings 400 Plymouth Pulpit 400 Every Sattmtay. .1 on pilot 3on 1 i link Leslie's ll- Polic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 2 December 1871

II . CARL M'.HUR'/.. tan is just now occupying a , the public attention. It is j ed that ho possesses com- j ,as a schoolar and a rheto- j immand of language is mat- , ne of the finest writing we i ias come from his pieti. But ; y says of Ixird Bacon is sad- j Schurz as a politician: "No j •d better, and no man ever j He began his political life >y seeking the gubernatorial that state in 18dsS. The con- j ated Alexander Randall, late j meral, and tendered Schura j * Lieutenant Governor, which refused, and either bolted j i, or allowed others to do so ] ,; ho thus put tho ticket in most critical period in the ie Republican party. .Mr. ttempted to place the Rcpub- ! cousin upon the dangoroua itos Rights, as interpreted by court of the state, in the great h and Ryccroft, under the fu:t. That court decided that and by the decisions of the rt of the United States, and d a decisor. of its superior, roup a record of the Booth case ius initiating a judicial rebel.urpo»e of proveu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 2 December 1871

domestic. Getting Rested Kvkhv Day— Methods of fretting Sleep, —Every person who would live well should get so thoroughly rested once in twenty-four hours as to feel bright, fresh, active, and strong. Many do not do this, but go on feeling tired, over-worked, ill-at-casc, sick, never being rested from morning till night, No course could be worse. If a man wishes to last a reasonable number of years on I his globe, and live in peace and comfort, he should get rested every day of his life. Many resort to stimulants, when they had better go to bed and to sleep. Sleep does not always come easily. Tlie brain sometimes loses the power to stop thinking when the proper hour arrives for sleep, but keeps on, like the heart, acting involuntarily. Ifow can such people get sleep is one of the most important questions they can consider. Shall they resort to chloral hydrate, morphine, tobacco, or as some do, ale, beer. or other alcoholic drinks ? Wo advise no person to take poisonous drugs on his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 2 December 1871

—Game is plentiful in the vicinity of Fin- | astle. Small game, such as rabbits ami quirrels, abound, while hunters report that he mountains are full of deer. —The Wythevillo Dispatch says three, j —Two men name Taylor and Martin, ! me of them accidentally fell, and portions if the metal were thrown on each ot them, I tachment of the building materials by the day morning, the Baltimore and Potomac coming bond for the amount of the claim. —A gentleman in town tough! a pig for which he paid, lust summer, $4.00. Between that and killing time, be fed it ti worth of corn; oats, bran and shorts to the amount Of $1.50; it destroyed one whole turnip patch, two cabbage patches, besides other vegetables in neighboring gardens. The hog. when killed, weighed seventy five pM_M-h Now, the owner wants to know what he made by the investment,— pork being l? sor $G per cwt.—Pincaslle Herald. If we arc a competent judge, lie made a poor speculation. _ _ NORTH CAROLINA ITEMS. —'Possums are plentiful in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 December 1871

LOCAL MATTERS. Home Aoain— HV Are y Armed and Eager for Uit Pray, —We make our bow again this afternoon to the readers of the Journal, after an absence of ten days, among our country friends. This was the lirst holiday we had for twelve months ; and although vacation usually spoils schoolboys, we have no fears it has seriously affected our usefulness. We return to our task greatly refreshed, ready and willing to do our best to interest and entertain tho readers of our paper. This winter, in Richmond, promises to be lively, and to furnish matter of interest (o the scribblers of our several newspapers, and as our promise has been given that none of them shall excel us in watchfulness, we hope to make the Journal to all parlies interesting. The Legislature meets day after to-morrow. Numbers of members have already arrived, and while we hope for the good of the country, the approaching one will not be like its predecessor. We shall keep a keen lookout on its actions, and lay them before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 December 1871

We have no desire to place tlie name of the Missouri .Senator any more prominently before the country than he is disposed to place it himself. His ambition is lofty enough, and eager of advancement enough, to dispense with all effort on our part at giving him any additional "boost" up the ladder. But the New York World has come to the rescue of the distinguished Senator, on a point vital to his further political advancement; ami, as a faithful chrouicler of the principal events of the times, we notice it as evidence of what is transpiring. The World has discovered a piece *of musty old parchment, known as the twelfth amendment of the constitution, adopted in 1804, which disqualifies the distinguished Senator of Missouri for higher office than Senator of the United States ; and, as Mr. Schura, by his prominence in tlie public eye, stands out " to symbolize all our fel-low-citizens of alien nativity," the Worhi wants this tpialification removed. The aforesaid parchment, to which the H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 December 1871

c" ( lyrom the 80-ton Advertiser, Novemlier iM.] The lecture by the Hon. 0. P. Morton, ~l' Indiana, in Music Hall, last evening, attracted a large audience. The musical prelude- to the lecture was varied by a song li-nui "l"au.st," sung by Mrs. \\ untworth Stephenson. Thu lecture was the last but o ne in the Old Hay State course. The subject upon which he was to speak, |u> said, was a hackneyed one, and essentially political. He would endeavor to speak from another than a partisan standpoint. A proposition that has been submitted to the arbitrament of arms and yet e ver reappears like the poison vines of the tropics is that tho States composing our nation are in themselves nations, possessing in themselves all tho powers, rights and attributes of nations ; that the government ,ras formed by these States as a political corporation; that the government rests upon the States, represents the States, is the agent of the States ; that this government of ours is not, as we would...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 December 1871

MONDAY EVENING. WSC. 4, I*7l. ' I , R\ SON-. by roilN v. svnm'ti.i. 11,-ap high the farmer's vvintery hoard ' Heap high the Bold.-n corn : No richer gift has autumn ponied From out her lavish horn. Let other lands exulting, glean, The apple from the yme; The orange trom its glossy green. The cluster from the v lac. AY,- better love the hardy gift, Our rugged vales bestow, To cheer us when the storm shall drill Our harvest fields With snow. Through vales of grass and flowers, Our ploughs their furrows made, AVhile on the bills the sun and showers Of changeful April played We dropped the seed ocr hill and plain, Beneath the sun of May. Aud frightened from our sprouting grain The robber crows away. All through the long bright days of June, Its loaves grow bright and fair, And waved in hot midsummer noon Its soft and yellow hair. And now with Autumn's moonlit eyes, Its harvest time lias come, We pluck away its frosly leaves, And bear Its treasures homo Then richer than tho fabled gifts ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 December 1871

AMUSEMENTS. -pTcHMO>D THEATRE. FO R ONE WEEK ONLY. FORMES-H ABEL MANN GRAND OPERA, THE GREATEST STAR COMPANY IN THE WORLD. M'lle. ANNA ROSETTI, Wachtel's _ real Prima Donna. M'He. Clara Zibki.bb, of the New York Academy. M'lle. Dzicba, of the New York Academy. M'lle. Pbbdioah, of Comprimaria. THEODORE HABELMANN, the celebrated Lyric Tenor. < abi. Bbaibabd, Tenor Robnsto. CARL FORMES, the grand Basso Profundo. (His first appearance in Uie South in twelve years.) Wilhrih Fobmbs, the Classic Raritone. A. Bbbixier, Basso Hullo. Joseph Wbi.xl.ioh, the favorite singer. Grand Chorus and Orchestra of the New York theatres, nnder the musical direction of ,\. Perdiham. THIS TUESDAY, Dbckmbbb S, Debut of the great Tenor Robnsto, CARL BEAUNARD, in his magnificent role of MANRICO, In Verdi's popular Opera, IL TROVATORE. Mile ANNA ROSETTI as Lbxora. M'lle. Dzifba ac Azccbxa. M'He. Pbbdioah as Ibez. Mr. BKAi-NAiin as Mabkico. W. Fobhkb as De H'xa. Hbßßixiier as Fbrbaxdo. WEDN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 December 1871

rfftttfej £t»tc |ottmal FTBMSBBB HAILY, SEM.I-WEEKLY; ANH-.WEEKLY, | ar 110. 912)4 Mils SrBKBT. RlOB_0!It>, VIBOIBI*. KUM'.IKD DASH EL*. Edlter and Manaeer. TERM*I 1)11 L Y. One year #6 or ] Three months.... 150 Six months $.1 IK) I One month C" ' SEMI-WEEKLY. [tSatTBD B7KBT TrR-I)AT AWD PBIU.T.] ne year »2 50 I Three months 76 tjlx months 1 26 I One month 26 WEEKLY. [iBSCBU KTKBT WBDBBSDAT.] One year *1 60 | Six months 76 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : On« Year. Six Months. Three MssAmS, -6 eoples....*ll 01) •5 50 *:73 111 copies.... 20 00 11) 0(1 5 00 au copies 85 00 17 Ml S 75 80 copies ... 76 00 37 60 13 75 MTSpeeimen copies of each edition sent free. TUESDAY EVENING. DEC. 5, 1871. PRGSiDEHtS MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Representatives : !essing my third annual message iv-making brauch of the governgratif'ying to be able to state that s past year success has geuerally Lhe effort to execute all laws found statute books, licy has been not to inquire into m of laws...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 December 1871

, certificate for the purposes of drawOther systems of exportation designed remedy tho evils of the present bonded irehouse system have been suggested; ,t they involve the multiplying of bonds he taken in lieu of tax. A multiplicai bonds would result in an raises to the government. The lie United States courts in many lie country are largely occupied bonds taken for spirits and reium, tinder similar systems to .cd. In a largo majority of the rincipals being insolvent geni suit was brought, the sureties not been found on original pro"ound, a return of no goods on i has realized to the government of its supposed security. MAR DEPARTMENT. rt ef Secretary Drl-ua*. ,rt of the Secretary of War ful statement in detail of the tion, and requirement- of the tment. The main points of the s follows : GANIZATION OF THK ARMY ceomplished. The enforcement tion relating to a reduction of ed officers demanded strict inr>f the records of the military I service of supernumary ofn,rced upon t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 December 1871

Till-: uwciii; \>unst \DE. Attack on the Mail Ivui-I'ai-liculaM ol* the Death ol Luring. Circumstantial details of the attack on the Arizona mail stage leave no doubt as to the unhappy fate off Fred W. Loring. The Arisona Miner, published in the vicinity of the scene of lite attack, give:-; the following details of the tragedy : At an early hour ou Sunday morning, the flth inst., "the mail stage on the route from Wickenburg to Khrenburg left tlie former place with the driver, John I .an/., and the following named passengers : Frederick Shohohn, Frederick W. Loring, P. M. Ilamel, W. O. Salmon, C. S. Adams, William Kruger and Miss Sheppard. At a point about nine miles from Wickenburg a party of mounted men, either Indians or Mexican bandits disguised its Apaches, rushed down upon the stage as it was passing through a canon and fired a volley into the passengers, killing all but two persons, and slightly wounding these. The wounded—Mr. Kruger and Miss Sheppard—not being disa...

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