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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 February 1871

Evening £tot* f <mrnal n PDB-IBHED DAI_T-(8-ndayi Kroept-d IT 8. W. G-L.L..8, KDITOH, AND PROPRIETOR. At 9iaj< Main S(r**t, H.I-hmo-.d, V« Th* JOURNAL Is serveil by the carrier* to >i ilr liscrlbers ln the City at Fir-T Cshtb pih Momn nincle copies In wrappers Tumi Cists. Pwci voa Maihro. — Three months $1 It; six. months $3 00: one year t* 00 The WKJtT-LY JOURNAL will be mulled to «nb •crfl.ers three months for seventy.Aye oents; six months, tl OO; P"* l ?"-*. 92 00. A*IUBI-~IE*.T„. -T-ABI.KABX AND STATUARY, U-DIR THE AOSF.CI9 Or MARSHALL I.O.aKNo.I2,KNIOHT-C-PTTHIAB, AT VIROINIA 11A1.1., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY -lar. Ain-issiOK 5° rents. Tickets can be iirocurod from members of the Lodge, and at tha Bookstor* of West k Johnston, fe 16—6t g-iWAtin MASCIIIKRAUK BALL, ~ OF TBI OESANCIVEREIN VIRdTNIA, OH MONDAY, THE 20TI1 OF FEBRUARY, IS7I, AT ASSK.-Illl.V HALT., Eighth Htreet, botwoon Grace and Franklin streets. Preparations have hoen made lo make thin the grandest affair of the s...

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. — 16 February 1871

-------_---------_--------------------*-*■ fwning JStatc gouwal B. w <iI l.i, IS Editor aud Prutm-tor. -n \>>*]i M«l.i MHtd li,leli_*_n_i Va THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. IG, 1871. . I J FRANCE. Tho pause in the strife lias given the Freuch peoplo nn opportunity to reflect upon the mildness of renewing it, ami the DlO—lCy of nu immediate re-organization. Without a government, without civil order, without settled industry, she ha nothing to gain even by impossible victo ries; aud the very hopo of recovering these first elements of national lifo rests upon seeming peaco. All that we can ie.ini of tlio course of public opiuion since the armistice begun, indicates that the French take this view of their own situa tion, noil mean to agree with their adver sary speedily. Beyond this tho news is not decisive. I still remains a question who is to have charge nf negotiating a peace in the name of the French natiou, and who is to recon struct and govern the new France. The elections, indeed...

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. — 16 February 1871

THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, mil Sufferings of the French Prisoner in Dresden.—The following regarding tho sufferings of the French prisoners nt Dresden, is from a private letter by an American lady, abroad : " There arc but few arrivals of foreigners here this winter, oxcept tho French pris oners, who suffer from the cold to a fearful extent. I refer particularly to the 'com mon soldiers'—all those in the ranks—as nono are allowed to live in private lodg ings. Ther6*"aro many who have been ac customed to luxuries who havo now to en dure all the deprivations nnd hardships of I the barracks, mid associate with thu low I and coarse rabble composing a majorily of j tho prisoners. "I heard of ono very young soldier, tho I son of a nobleman, who had not a single companion in tho barracks whero he is I confined, whose father offered twenty Hum- | sand thalers to the government for permis sion to occupy private lodgings, but it was in vain. There aro twenty-two thousand prisoners in Dresden,...

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. — 16 February 1871

THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, 1871. Terrible Tragedy. A horrible murder was committed Tues- I day afternoon at Sing Sing, N. Y. J. Ia I Lexamburger, a Dative of Switzerland, aged 46,regardcd aa a very respectable cit han been paying attention to Ferbara My- I P rs a native of" Germany, about 20 years old. He asked her to bo his wife, and was refused, when ho immediately drew a re- I volver and fired at her. Tlio bullet took I -Afoot in ber right temple and sho was kill- I ed Instantly. Lexamburger then turned I Ihe pistol on himself and fired, tho ball en foring hia head just above tlio nose. Dropping the pistol and picking up a j bread knife, he thou stabbed himself toree I times in the right Bide, but not seriously. He waa arrested and takeu to the police station, where pbisyciaris examined his wonnds and pronounced him in i. danger ous condition. Au inquest was held over the body of Miss Myers, aud a verdict waa given iii accordance with the facts above __ __—... 'Death of a Noted C...

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. — 17 February 1871

PDBUBHED DAILY-(Ba__-ya Excepted a. w. gilus, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At '.1114.; nail* -treat, -Uehmoad, Va The JOURNAL la served try the currier* to', h elr I kacrlbora in th* Oity at tint OauTs p»r Monro ' tngloopfos In wrapper* Tiirbi OlftTS. ['mo* ion Mailiuo.—Three month, fl T(; blz 11 nt lis $3 00; on* year to 00 I li.- WEEKLY JOURNAL will ba mailed tv «.il • ■oribera three months for eeventy-five cent*; all I ri mt ia, f 1 00; one year, t2 00. AMUSI-IKKNTg. TJt ICHMOND THEATRB. FAREWELL BNOAGBMKNT IN RICHMON» OF 111 CHArMAN BISTERS C. B. BISHOP. MONDAY EVENING, F_n-._ART2nTn, 1871. First time in thiß city of Brougham's B*w an.l Tery {■_■_ auccessfnl burlesque, entitled MUCn ADO ABOUT A MERCHANT 01' VRNIC*. SIIYLOCK, The .low Mr. C. 11. BISHOP LORENZO Miria BLANCHE CHAPMAN BABSANIO Miss ELLA CHAPMAN. TLo porfoi nianco will commence a lth MY PRECIOUS BETSY. Mr. BISHOP aa Mr. BOBTAIL. Sale of seats a ill cemmence Saturday at West _ Johnston's BooVstore. fo 17—St i rpABLEAUX AND ...

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. — 17 February 1871

a. W. on. MS Edito* lafef-or-JB-oa. in 1» _»Va ""lain Street, lit, t.iiioiiri V» FRIDAY KVENINO, FEB. 17, 1.71. EDUCATION OF THE COLOREII RACK. No problem, touching the destiny of our country, it moro interesting or moro im l>ort»nt, than that of the mental cultiva tion, and moral elevation, of the colore, race It naturally cugages the attention of the best statesmanship and highest philantbrophy of the nation. Tho first, great point is, to secure from tho cr..lorcd race itself proper attention to, aid to impart to it, propor ideas of, what ought to be done in the woik of its educa tion. Tho race is yet plastic. It has a natura instinct that knowledge is power, am therefore is worth getting. But it is prom to disregard practico nnd to pursue theory—to seek display rather than solii acquirements. It needs, therefore, Ihe strongest possible impression of the value and necessity of practical studies. The needs of tho State in colored ora tors, poets and divines, have a fair pros pec...

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. — 17 February 1871

FRIDAY EYHNINO, FEB. 17, 1871. Mysterious Suicide at a Hotel.— During Tuesday foronoon a gentleman neatly dressed callctl at Crook's Hotel, No. 84 Chatham street, and engaged room No. 114, registering himself as J. L'\ Rhode*, of Brooklyn, He went in and out onco or twico, and then remained invisible, though no notice was taken of Ihe matter until ycslorday afternoon. Yestetrl iy morning another gentleman called at th hotel, and whilo inquiiing for Mr. Rhodes, stated that ho was his brother. When di rected to bis room, he went thoro nnd en deavored to rouse tho occupant, but re ceiving no response to bis summons, left the hotel and returned again at noon. Then, as the room door appeared lo bo fastened on tho inside, and no response was made to tho repeated knocks of the stranger, ho appealed to tlio porter, who opened the door, and found Mr. Rhode* in bed, closely covered up. When the hed-clothes were pulled down Rhodes was discovered to bo quito dead. In his hand was a bottlo, labe...

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. — 17 February 1871

(fereninfl .ftate joarnat. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1871 Middle Tennessee Lawlessness A MOIt RESCUES I'RISONEKS FROM OFFI CERS OF THE LAW. [Fr.ra Ihe Nashville Union and American.] On last Wednesday a puty of Revenue ofliciitls and suldiora lult Nashvillo on a raid, and having returned to the city, wo liave obtained from them the following startling information : On Wednesday list, Captain Gavett, of the ri-vemio department, and Captain ll.fitly, depot* United State? Marshal, accompanied by Lieut. Whitcall and a small Hjuad of Uuited States soldiers, went from Nashville to Franklin county, Term., for the purposo of arresting Jessee At ledge (former member of tho Constitu tional OonveatiOD) and others, for alledgcd violation of the rovenuo laws by illicit distilling. The distillery of Mr. Arledgo is situated about nine miles southwest of Decherd, in Franklin county. Tho party proceeded to the MUdetMM of Mr. Arledge and arrested him ; they also arrttsted Stephen Whitsou and Thomas Cow...

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. — 18 February 1871

€ve«tofl ftate gwmwl. IBUBUEO I)AI_Y-(~-r.d».- Excepted n B. W. OILLIB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, 91!»J_ Malm _tr««t, Richmond, V_ IS JOURNAL I- served by tho carriers to h alt \ -rlbors ln the Oity »t *i"T Oii-td pjr Moiiih. ig!e copies In wrapper- Tnai- O-nt". jcs yon M~_-~o.—Threo months tl 76; six tin $3 OOj one year 16 00 „ wkkki.v JOURNAL will be mailed to ■-_- ware three moiil.li- for sovo.ty-flve rents; il ths, SI 00; one yeur, $?. 00. AfIIUSBUHKNTS. II ICHMOND TIIKATRB. KAItI.WF.t.I. ENGAGEMENT IN RICHMOND OF TIE CHAPMAN SISTERS aud c. b. bishop. MONDAY EVENING, Fe"Bua»t2oth, 1871. Fir»t timo in this city of Brougham'■ new ami very siiccesstul burlesque, eulille.l MUCn ADO ABOUT A MERCHANT OF VENICE. BUTI.OCK, The Jew Mr. C. B. BISHOr. 1.0K8N7.0 Miss BLANCHE CHAPMAN. BABSANIO Mis- ELLA CHAPMAN. Tito porfontianco will commence wllh MY PRECIOUS BETSY. Mr. BISHOP a* Mr. BOBTAIL. Pale of scats will commence, S.lnr.lay at Wost - Johnston's Bookstore re 17—3t •j-ABLEAUx7ni77ta.UARY,...

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. — 18 February 1871

<&vtmw% £tntc journal is w. UI.-_IS Editor and PaonuiToß >.. y ■•t\' l -**l,i -Street, ulclnnenil, Vt. SATURDAY EVENINU, FED. 18, 1871. THE UNION I.KAGUK. iho National Executive Committer' nf the Union League of America held a meet ing in Philadelphia on Thursday, at whirli a .series nf resolutions were prcseuted fa voring universal amnesty, as soon as tlio same can be effected ; endorsing the eflbrts being mado throughout tho Ud'iou to ele vate the worliitiomeo by mcaus of labor unions ; favoring a judicious reform in our system of revenue, whereby the necessa ries of life may bo imported free of tax ( and calling upon tho Republican party to stand by Ihe administration of General Grant. Tho resolutions were warmly discussed, and eloquent speeches were delivered by ex-Governor William A. Newel!, of New Jersey ; Governor Geary ; W. A. Cook, of tho District of Columbia; William V. Alexander, of New York; and James Buchanan, the Stato Secretary of New Jersey. The resolutions...

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. — 18 February 1871

FEB. 18, 1871 , mil" lo Ilea Home.*' 1 -norablo Chic by tho hand nf o to tho world ; forever, while so many year* i inspiration of with tho con sod a desire to lallad of "Old | Btrcars of his ! power to call Is of tho grave ig. The wish to Miss Cary, lo anything in ng current of nan or jurist, ing tho conrso co of Judge onco ushered nuch of Intel* Bickering out nknown here in panimont of ralto voice in awn upon tho she had sung o Intensity of If, sho again ii tho vcnera drinking her it her whole is which gave to giant intel- j isiled tho most m had ceased, ly ex press his lifie.d I desire rhim "Horn. c gifted artist request, hut and choked d to loavo the as one of the pisndes that of departing —'— [ew Vni'k ex crnoon while ■ii playing on ORte Whito 1, and two of lied into the the boys ob i, scrambled leaving their st becoming i young lady I . catastrophe gUinco. She i hot-hous-; ran down on to tlio boys exhausted — ropo. This ;orous effort, I ded in land is no doubt I lioso namo is ...

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. — 18 February 1871

tUTURDAY I_VI.NING,FEB. 18, 1871. An Invalld'a Ple». Alice Cary spent her last weary summer in New England, and there ahe wrote the follow ing beautiful linea: O summer! my beautiful, beautiful summer I 'l look in thy face, and I long so to live; Jlut, ah! btit tlmu room for an idle new comer, . - I With all things to take and nothing- to give . With all things to take of thy dear loving kindness, Tha wine of thy sunshine, the dew ot Ihy air* And with tmHiing to give but the deafness anil blindness ... Begot in Ihe depths of an niter despair 7 As if Ihe gay harvester meant but to screen her, , The black spider sits in her low loom ana A lesson of trust to the tender-eyed gleaner That bears in her brown arms the gold of Iho sheaves. s _____ I The blue-bird that trills her low lay in tbe bushes, Provokes from the robin a merrier gwe ; The rose pays the sun for his kiss with her blushes, And all things pay tilhes to theo-all things but mo 1 At even tho fire flies trim with their glimme...

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. — 20 February 1871

tf wntag £tiU gmml FOBMBHKD UAIIiT-(Bnnd»ys Kicepted IT it. w. an.L.lß* EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At PIAH Main Straat, Blehmoßd, V» The JOURNAL In served by the carriers to h elr heorllKiri in .the City »t Fiftt Cikts rin Month. single copies In wrappers Tnnxi Ckrtb. Prioi Ton Msruivo.— Three months $1 7b; ill months $3 00; one year IS w •Die WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to nt sorjboni three months for seventy-five cento; sii months, tl 00; one year, $2 00. KECTURK9. T nTOKt BY the greet Canadian Humorist and Orator, at the RICHMOND TIIHATRE, on tho ntght or the 7tu i»n 6tb OF MARCH, under the auspices of "UNDINE TEMPI.B OF HONOR." PRICE* OF ADMISSION.—Dress Circle and Or chest™, fiO cents; Parquotte, Family Circle and nai lery, 25 cents. NO EXTRA CHAKU X FOR RESFRVKD SFATr- Reserved sc-ts row (or s.ilo at Mo'srs. West A Johnston's hook store, Main street, fa 20 -4tMWF4B AfIITSKMKNTS. -piCIIMONII THEATRE. FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT IN RICnMONB OF THE CIIATMAN SISTERS j AXD ; C. B. BISHOP. MO...

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. — 20 February 1871

tfwaittg £tatr journal II W Bits Is IB Ersiion aud PnorßrnToß »r> o.'s;.j Mala street, luciiniona, v» MONDAY EVENING, FEIi. 20, 1871. 11 1. 1 •» cial efforts, to eflect, as tho heading has it, l "Uepenl of tbe Internal Revenue System— Reduction of tho Tobacco Tax—State j Rights." The occasion nnd intent; of his speech was offering and advocating a sub stitute for the bill abolishing income tax, which stlSaUtaln reads:—"That all acts i siiid parts of acts establishing tho depart ment of internal revenue, and providing lor the collection of internal taxes, be, and tho same aro hereby repealed, except so much thereof at provides for Ihe issue aud ssli! of stamps upon writings." Section 2 simply pttrfrdos that "such stamps shall be kept for sale by all deputy postmasters, and that this act shall take effect on the There is a sublirao simplicity about this substitute, which iuduced us to look over the arguments adduced in its fivor ; but careful stuily only developed tho fact that 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. — 20 February 1871

(Bmim Stete journal MOnday Evening, Feb. 20, 1871 iiiportlonment ot* Member* • tfenernl Assembly, itteo of twenty-four have ollowing plan of apportion loplion by the Legislature a question of time, ami wo ish it for the information of The Senate plan iv substan parod by Senator I'cnn, and utse, with slight alterations, ly Mr. Guy, delegato from TnE SENATE. Elections in November, IS7I. lexandria, Fairfax and Prince senator*. peper and Madison, 1 senator. Goochland and Powhatan, 1 i Henry, I senator. | senator. | mator. ! ity and Henrico, 3 senators. Lunenburg and Brunswick, 1 I'rinco Gcorgo and Surry, 1 i Jrcencvilleand Sussex, 1 sena lty Rnd Portsmouth, 1 senator. 1 Caroline, 1 senator. j and Queen and King William, I llarke and Warren, 1 senator. and Pago, 1 senator. j enator. t loanoke, Botetourt and Page, yson and Wythe, 1 senator, id Buchanan, 1 scsnator. sssell, I senator. Election in November, 1873. 1 Happahannock, 1 senator, itsylvania and Louisa, 1 scna nl Urcenc, 1 senator....

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. — 20 February 1871

$mk% Sr tatr journal Monday Evening, Feb. 21, 1871 been si Is ir.l ilr.nker nnd a cruel husband ; lis! beaten his poor wife until she had : I •mis.' rued to it. "But," said he. v iv moment I signed the pleslgo, I thought of my wife—what would my wife say to tin's ? Strange that I should think of my w'fe the first thing, but I did ; and as I was gi'ing homo 1 said to myself: Now, if I go homo and tell her all of a snihlen that' 1 havo signed the pledge, •he'll faint away,or sho'llupand do some thing, iiinl I must break it to her by de grees. Only think of it I Why, the night before I'd have knocked ber down, just as like as nut, if she hadn't looked to please me; anil now I am planning to break good news to her for fear it, would upset A-s near as I could gather from what he told use, be found his wife sitting over tbe mibers, waiting for him. As he came in- j to the bauae, be said : "Nancy, I think "Why, I think 1 shall—that is—l mean to —to—Nancy, I mean " ''What's the matter, Ned ...

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. — 21 February 1871

livening JPtatr journal B. W.'«■■<(<■»• EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR, At :if4'.. Halm str..t, Hloiimoad, Va Tho JOURNAL I* lerved by the carriers to h »lr Bscrlbers In th. City «t Firry o*stß pi* Mohtb. "Ingle coplo. In wrnpi»r« Tn«» C*lrf 8. . Paic* to* Maiuno.—Throe month* tl 78; all ronth*s3 00; oneyear 18 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mniliil to sub •criber* three month* for seventy-five cent*; *l* months, (1 00; one year, $2 00. LBofvaai, TpKCrtJRB BY JU.~K^^AIiTirCARs"wEI.L, tbe great C'anailisin llisiinu isl nml Orator, at the RICHMOND THEATRE, on the night of tho 7th Ann 8m OF MARCH, uinlcr the auspices of "UNDINE TEMrLE OF HONOR." PRICE 3 OF ADMISSION.—Dross Circle anil Or chestra, 50 routs ; Paniuetlo, Family Circle anil Gal lery, 25 cent*. NO BXTRA CIIAI.OB FOR RESERVED SKATS- Reserved soata now for s.ile at Messrs. West A Johnstou's book store, Main street. fe 20-4tMWFAB AJIISSLJIIiU'I'S, rpABLEAUX AND STATUARY, UNDER THIS AUSPICES Or MARSHALLLOIGENo. 12, KNIOHTScp PYTHIA...

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. — 21 February 1871

tfvtmttfj $tiit( journal O \v. HliliM Kditob *»» Paorauv..* ~ .; 9^™.. n 8tr..t,K.ct,,„0n.., V. TUESDAY KVKNING, FEB. 21, 1871. Bom mi Saturday by Mr. Dickey, during Ihe debate on the army appropriation bill. Mr. Brooks, nf N. V., the day previously, ha;l protested against theuso of the scildieiy at the polls instead of in fighting tho Isiilians. Mr. Dickey replied that l.c thiinglit there was nmrn danger to the liberties and institutions of tho country fr. in the Indians of New York than from tii''.so of the plains. A council of tho oMefs of Tammany— Tweed, Sweeney and Connolly—was more dangerous than any j Indian council held by Ked Cloud, Spotted Tail, or Thunder Cloud. If no other ar raignment of tho President of tbo United Slates or Iho officers of the army could j ever be mule against thnn than the belief that tho army was used to maintain tlio purity of the ballot-box and tho right of every 81 an to vote, they would survive all such attacks as that made by the gentle mau from...

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. — 21 February 1871

€wttiug £tat* journal Feb. 21, 1871 After carefully considering the advan tages to bo dorived in granting the Penn sylvania Central its request, I cannot conceive why tho Legislature should delay ono moment". Here in Eastern Virginia tho Bay line steamers monopolize every avenue of travel to Baltimore, and is virtually an element of strength in drawing trade from Norfolk, Virginia. While the Old Do minion line of stoamships is sucking the very blood from Eastern Virginia. Lei a continuous line bo established from New York to Weldon, and then instead of high rates of travel, we, in Eastern Virginia, will bo dealt with fairly. The Seaboard and Hoanoko railroad is run in the interest of Baltimore. Why not establish a route in tho interest of Philadelphia and New York, when we havo as many friends, and will have more money to bo spent in our midst 1 Iv viewing the contest, lam re minded of the dog in the manger. Tho Democrats of this Senatorial district, anticipating an election to be h...

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. — 21 February 1871

#Mttitto, journal TDESDA- EVENING, FEB. 21, 1871. Senates. Tlio Lieutenant Governor in the clnir. TnE ALEXANDRIA AND FRF.DERICKs.BURG RALLROAD COMTANT. llouso bill to ameud the charter and change- tlio name <ci the Alexandria and ' Pre.lmltksbiirg Railway company, was taken up. . ~ , , (in motion-- erf Mr. Fitzpatrifik, the rule rcquiricg itisi rqfefcrrce to a cormhirtee was .suspended. Mr. Roller moved that the bHI be htid on the table and made tbe special order for Thursday. Not agreed to—yean 15 - r nays Mr. Uerndon then proposed tbo follow ing amendment to. tho 2nd section. Provided, that the said road shall not croc all the streams and creeks in the countie between Fii'.l.ricksbufg and 'Alexandia abnvo navigable water?, unless the consen uf tha board of supervisors of any ol sai( cuuiiUes bo first obtained,, to construct th said rand otherwise, in anysnoh count whose Is s;iisl of supervisors'so consbnts, Mr. C urtney suggested [and Mr. Hern don.agreed] to modify the amendmen...

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