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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 anbsorlbere 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 sfMmb...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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 drawing 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 the...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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 opponents 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 tbe...

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

tonittg £tnte gottrnal '• v M POBLiaHEI* DAIIjT— (Stmdays Kicfptetl ■ t. served by the carriers ioti *lr City at Firti Cents pib Mom. wrapper* Three Cektr. •mo. — Three months (1 76; sla IOURNAL will be mailed to nt.uths for «ovt.uty-flv* rents) fix respectfully annoanc** AT M^^^^^^ THURSDAY EVRNINO, FEBRCAItT YIP, tnt'ted by tbe following atll-t i: the greatest Gurnet player in th* world : tho eminent Baritoi • ; the distinguished Pianist and Composer. Oaan* or Amnsiiov, securing to each a reserved seat $1.50; to be had at tho music stir* of K. AAM ISOLD, 820 Main street,ou and after TUESDAY, Feb. 7th, and at the Hall on tha evening of the Concert. To commence at 8 o'clock. There will he A GRAND TAIIL EA U at the UNION IIOTFL, SEVENTH STREET, MONDAY, TUB Will OF FEIIRUARY, 1871, For the Benefit of the COLORED ORPHAN ASYLUM OiT RICHMOND. We respectfully a*k the patronage of the pnbllc g»nerally. WIRT TAYLOR, JOHN H. JOHNSON, JOHN WINSTON,' DOLLVR-sSKATINa AT It ArSBMBLY HALL, on Eig...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 February 1871

toning £iate journal tt. iv <" I !.<.!>> Kdito* *»» PitnnuiK.a. ■a -.. J,, naln £ tracts tllcliinonci. Va OfuVi.sl Taper for the Bovernmpnl. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1871 IWe aro gratified to see tbat the "alli" line hrtween Richmond and Wash?.ton, which the Alexandria, Fredericksre? and Richmond company propose to iM, provided they can obtain a charter in our liegishtore, meets with favor in ell quarters of tho .Stale. Tho people aie sound on public improvements everywhere ; und hd is the press, where it- is left free to iiK own honest Conviction?. All feel I tlm necessity of increased facilities for trade find travel between Ihe North and ) the South, —that is, if we would see this .section prosper and keep pace in progress with other nrx! less favored portions of the C 'iintry. I "ho idea that Richmond will bo ruined j becoming (ho great highway for trade travel between New York and New t'liim, Is so silly and preposterous that •meltes...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 February 1871

toning gtiti journal eSATURDAT EVENING, FEB. 4, 1871. "PIKIT OF THK IHIIHIIO Pltfss. I Tbe Whig is beginning to show n-.ucli temper. It id getting ia a rage—a very violent passion,—and abuses the gentle. ' men who aro proposing to confer a lasting benefit on this State and city by giving us • through line of railroad to Ihe Ninth, I worse thau we would pick-pockets. It •colds and fumes, aud froths and foam?, and calls them "adventurers." A very convenient word, —but ono that has a double meaning. They are, indeed, "adventurers", —and Ul9 very kind we need ia Virginia,—bravo and adventurous men, who are not afraid to invest their means in an enterprise which they have the foresight to see will be one of the Greatest and most truly national improvements of tho day. We wish Virginia had more of just such adventurers, and that she had fewer of ihe other sort. We want men of nerve and energy,—bold and fearless, who will venture all, risk everything, re- I gardlesa of tho woak counsels of...

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

totunq ftatr fonmal SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 187 J. Ihurch Round the Corner. t little obnrob."—Joe Jen-bbso*. I, as y* would that tbey re doun'o you, eh Jeaus himself bath taught, 1 prophets too. i replete with high hope, c t«'tr of each m "Urner ; i*lf sa 'tfa practiced now (tie church round tbe corner." lan came and imploringly sail vi Master and Lord, doved, c'en now lle-th deaet, Ing, Mill dwelt in Thy word. Master, quickly to come y band* upon hor," 0 forth, and seek other aid chuich round the Corner?' fagdafeu crept to Hia feet, pnrn her fnrth again ? aoart.and forbfd it to w*.-p, • I widow of Naln ? toMaithn, Lar.iertls dead an whom death hid torn her, atton to seek chnrch just round the corner?" urch, the dear little church luritj'a mantle covers, loua there where tbo soul Man" still hovers, boughs and your m'slclcr, i wreaths to adorn her, like an Eastern queen, le church round the cornsr." urch, tbe dear little church, her thrice noble paator, who the footsteps pursue* :,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1871

toning jLstat* gonrual rs r-BIUHBED _>AI_T-(B_nd»y« Kxc*pte_ T_* J6CRNAL Is lerved by the carrier* toti*li ■scrlher* In tho Oily at Virvv Caavs p» Mottra. -innlecopiu* iv wrapper* Thbh Cimr Puci ran _>.ii.i«m.—Three months II 75. six Ihe WEEKLY JOUUNAL will he mailed to loticribir* three ru.n.th* for leverity-rh * HlUj til » OADBMT Or MUSIC. THE ONLY PLAC_~Or AMUSEMI'.NT NOW OPEN IN T-UK CITY. aK-BNGAOEMENT of tbe OIIKATKST ARTIST that have ever upptarerl in this city. The LARGEST COMPANY ever concentrated within tbe walls of a_y Variaty Thea.re in the -outK IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. ADMISSION, 25 co-la; Reserve! Seats, M eanta ; Oallery, 10 rent*. f« 0-«t A DELAIDK PIIILLIPPS' CONTEST COMPANY. __. Miss ADELAIDE PIIILLIPPH respectfully annouuees ONE BRAND CONCERT 4T BT. AI.BAN'B HALL, o_ TU-RSOAY EVENINQ, FfBRUARY »th, •Sliatid by the following artLtes : MR. J. LEVY, tbe groatest Cornet player iv the world ; MB. JCLES D'AUT HASLEIt, the eminent Baritone; R...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1871

toning State journal B, vv. (.in. l> KaiToa amd PaonuiToi M> ■ »'< «*,•»■ 'iir-.i ttirt'inon-t v» OnclaJ I'tiptT lor thtr tfOtfrnmeiit. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 0, 1871 President, does not abolish the iron-clad oath, yet it is for all practical purposes a virtual repeal of that oath. It is a full p.rduti to at least ten millions of Sotitheru people fur participation iv the rebelliou, —while it will save a great many Northern Democrats who sympathised with the South, from doing violence to their consciences by committing perjury •Then elected to Congress, or appointed to office. A g)nd many Republican representatives were in favor of repealing the the ruth altogether , and among them was the ll.ni. Jiui.es 11. Piatt, of this State ; but that would not have made the measure of arm csty any broader or more geueral. It w.uld not have relieved those who are disabled by tho Fourteenth amendment ) which can only be done by a two-thirds vote of both Houses. As t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1871

tuning £tat* journal MONO AT KVENIN'Ii, -KB •, 1371 Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, and the j olher the cultivation of fish in the Poiumno. Those are its pets and hobbits- I They are both good ia their way ; but, then, they aro not the sole hopo of our city. Though we may receive flesh from the hills and good red-herring from tho sen, yet wo must have salt from some other source, or we shall not be saved. The salt we waut is capital to start our manufacturing enterprises at Richmond, and to estab- I lish busiuess houses, enlarge the city g n ,| make it attractive. At present Burkes- j villa and Gordonsville offer quite as many I inducements for travelers to stop overnight I at their hotels, and visit their theatres and I opera-houses, or pass two or three days in I looking around at their works of art, public j buildings, libraries, parks, and other ob-I jects of interest, anil establishing business I relations with their merchants, as our city. I A man starts from the Ohio, or anywhe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1871

toning ffrttc journal MONDAY EVENING. FEB C .Mi. To the Lditor of th* Atat* journ The following poetical (rem, which has .-Cited en much interest, and called forth sue h enthusiastic encomium? from the press of this country as well as abroad, was written in -incii.nati by a poor, friendless, unronuiiate and fallen girl, who had seen but twenty-two summers. Her history is but the stereotyped edition of living thouaands to-day. Deceived md betrayed by tome heartle.s tcoundrel, she quit h-r hippy home, left father and mother and loving sisters, under the subtle influence md s- .unlive allurements of a moral assassin, for a life ol fhauie. Hiving been abandoned by her s--ucer, theemptv mockery, crimson depravity, and the significant glare of jewelled trappings, soon wearied her and rendered her lie uii.etable, especially as her accomplished and cultured mind recogoi.ed their gilding-the t-pulchre of her honor and the epitaph of every virtue. ~ We m-k the sympathetic nailer, as well at t...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1871

touittg ftat* gonrnal PUBM-HE. DAILY-(Bond*" K-oepted KtilTOH AND PRO. RIB-OR, At --»>_ Main 81 rait, H-olimo-Kl, V» Th* J6-RNAL Is served by the carriers tot. elr bscrlben in the City it Fifti Oners . B Mo**.. ■Moile copies in wrappers-_-*• Oi»". Prioi ton Mmuho.—Tbroe months tl T_j all •ninths $3 09; ono yenr t- "0 The W___l.Y JOURNAL vtlll be m.iltd to int.•cribers three month* for seventy-live cents; ill A-IU-KHBr-TS. OPEN IN THE CITY. RE-ENGAGEMENT of the GREATEST ARTIST that have ever appeared In this city. The LARGEST COMPANY ever concentrated wltblu the walla of any Variety .Theatre lo the South. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. respectfully announces ONE GRAND CONCERT AT BT. ALBAN'S HALL, H 0» THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY »18, minted by the fullowing artistes: Ml. J. LEVY, tha greatest Cornet player In tli* world j Ml: JULES D'AUT HASLER, th* eminent Baritone; Ml. EDWARD HOFFMAN, the distinguished Pianist and Composer. Camm or Admissio*, securing to each a reserved s...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1871

tottittj J>tatc journal | t«. W. OH. J. IS -Mv-a —« I'luivtlltr"*. , _'_ '...- 4|i'«-t, l.lcliinoilit. \ » nfHetat Paper for the Government. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 7, 1871. is still for a "choice of evils." But this lan_uage sounds strangely from a journal which last spring exhausted all the bad epithets to be found in "Worcester's unahridged" in denunciation of the corrupting practiiss resorted to by "Our Lady Baltimore," to defoat couaolidation and draw off th. trade of Virginia to that city ; and later still, —yes, within the past month, —our contemporary preferred Philadelphia to Baltimore, and the Alexandria uud Richmond company to Peter V. Danial'a stage-coach and yawl-boat It might be interesting and instructive to tbe public, but not very pleasant reading for the Whig men, to republish some if its old editorials on these topics, and quote it itself, to show how much confidence is to be placed in a paper that cannot maintain its consistency for a singlo month, but l...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1871

toning £tatr jonrtial TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 7, 1871. The Enquirer lias nothing to say about tho railroad war, but the Whig still fights that chimera, with its herculean club, as if it wero the veritable! hydra. Bewaro neighbor, that you do Dot fall heir to Ihe fabled shirt which proved the hero's death. With an air of injured innoa ; that would well become a "young girl from tho country," it shows how it was deceived and seduced, if not "raped intirely," by the Philadelphtans: I ion as wo came lo comprehend tho full of the devices of the Pennsylvania adirs, we wero convinced that they involv rital interests of this Commonwealth; ler the pretence of building roads and I g money in tho State, they were at- I g to get existing roads for a mere eong amp tbo interest of the State and alt stockholders not in their ring, in those nd to operate them for the sole and exjenefit of Philadelphia. Thus impresslave felt it a high and solemn duty to very fact which would tend to throw the intrigua...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1871

totting 9 tatr journal TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 7, 1871. Letters from Peterabnrg. TV lis Miter o/ fAe .S'lala Jonrnu! : The patriotic, public-spirited, aud liberal tone of tbe State Journal, is attracting the attention of the people of Virginia, while its ability is acknowledged on all sides. The actual condition of tho people of thia State is such, as to have awakened the most serious reflections in tbe minds of all whoso hoarts are not filled with prejudice and passion, and who have agaiu and again been warned by afflictions and judgments coming in such l roauner as to be most suggestive and sigI Scant. In a practical point of view, the eat question before tho people of this ate lies between Monticello and Montlier. The great question is, Who was right, Mr. Jefferson or Messrs. Madison | and Alexander Hamilton ? From whence did each draw the inspiration of bis political creed 1 This is the question that we are obliged to ask ourselves us we stand amazui and confounded amid the wreck,...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1871

toning JStat* journal rUBMBHED DAILY-(Bandays Excepted ST B. IV. OIIaI.IB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. At Diajaj Mala (Street, lUetimantt, Va The JOURNAL la aerved by ttie oarrlora toll elr trnrlbere in the Lilly at Ftrir Oxitra m Mouth Mngle copies iv wrappers THttll OIHTS. I'mci roa Miii.ixff—Three montha fi 76; «lx ninths 1.1 CO; one year $6 00 The WEBKLY JOURNAL will be mallv.l ia a.itecribors three mouths for auvtuty-flv* cratsj els montha, II 00; one year, $2 00. ,1 MUSKITIKIVTS. JAKS BTJDD Managir TUB ONLY PLACH OF AMUSEMENT NOW OPEN IN THE CUT. M-HNGAGRMENT of the GREATEST ARTIST that hare ever appeared iv thia city. The LARGEST COMPANY evor concentrated within the walla of any Variety ;Theaire in the South. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. ADMISSION, 23 centt; Reaorvoil Soat-, M centa ; Gallery, 10 centa. fe 6—6t * DELAIDE I'IIILLIPPB' CONCERT COMPANY. -Miss ADELAIDB PHILLIPPS reapeotfully announces ONR GRAND CONCERT AT ST. AI.BAN'S HALL, 0!t . THURSDAY F.VKNIKG, FEBRUARY Ore, aai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1871

totting State journal B. W. nil.l.io KntTOR »Hl> PROPVJBTon. ■ « tUliy, M«ln Straat, Klehmaad, V* OfneliU I'apcr for the bovcrnineut. WEDNESDAI EVEMI'C, FICB.B, 1871. vi.i.-c of her people- is for peace or war. Oaly tliiiik of it—twenty-one days in which to prepare for an election, tako a vote of forty millions of people, declare the result, asn«nililo tha representatives in convention and tk'termine the questions subroitteil 1 What would we think of such quick work even in this fast country ? Why, wo could not get ready even for an election in that time in Virginia,—and alter it was all over it would require morn than twenty-one days to count tho retarus. But they do things better in France, and in tho matter of quick canvasses, wo might loam a useful lesson. But surely the time allowed is too short, and Herr Bismarck will have to allow an extension, or war will begin again, aud harsher terms will bo exacted when peace is forced unconditionally at tho point of the bayone...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1871

toning Stat* jonrwal WEDNESDAY liVKNI'O, FEB. 8, 1871 ernor of New Hampshire should hive treated with decorous courtesy the eldest son of the President of tbe United States, and that some newspaper should havo j made a note of the fact, adding that "he j haa won golden opinions by reason of hia courteous deportment, and his modest antl i retiring manners." The only fault we can find with this is, that the writer in h ; s j desiro to pile on the agony, has violated j the rules of good composition. "Courteous doportment " certainly includes " modest I and retiring manners," particulariy in the I case of a youth, and tho force of the sentence is weakened by the pleonasm. We see just such compliments paid to the sons of editors, philosophers, statesmen, politicians, circus-riders, preachers, jig-dancers, railroad kings, prizo-tightera, millionaires, distinguished lawyers, et id omne, every day, and with a great deal less regard to truth. We havo lived three or four decades, too, and hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1871

toning State journal WEONEBDAY STINTS/, FEB. 8, 1871. He unlets tbe Palace gates to bo 1. ked and tho lights put out at midnight. He himself, so far, has retired to rest sjun after ten. These un-royal habits—or, I may better say, un-Spanish habits, (for here tin' nativts breakfast at 11, and go to twben tho cock crows)—are creating t astonishment. He has had ono or. receptions of officials, at which he has ished the baud-kisaing of royalty for hand-shaking of democracy. What the Mrs. Crundys of England will say to Is, I know not. He gave £1,000 to the ar of Madrid, nnd another £1,000 to the itly among the citizen militia. He is m to hold a review of the troops, and in!h on reviewing the militia alsi. He Iks about the street, goea visitiog i shopping without any escort, and :omiKuiied by only one or two adonts. Ho called upon poor Naui, who had his hand shot away by i sama wretches who killed Prim, 1 he told him he was to consider his vices ai adjutant transferred to himself, ha* don...

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