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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 February 1871

droning #tate journal rOBLISHEIJ DAILY—(Sondt.-. Excepted IT a. w. an.i.is. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, »_t Dia)} Kl*l_s Btr««t, Hlehmeid, V» bscrlbers in the City at Fifty C«-t_ fib Moirrn. ■Muglecoplo* In wrappers Thru dirts. Pues roa Maiiiko. — Three months (1 7S; si* GRAND FAREWELL VOCAL AND INSTRU MENTAL CONCERT Will lio given by Miss MARIH BARATTA, It I._ii,g her last appearance In this city, on MONDAY, EVKNINO, MARCH Bib, 1871. the will be a...i.l.dby Prof, KBSBNICIIS IVLI. ORCHESTRA. For fill! p_.rti__lt.ru sco small bills of tho day. Pecured seats can be hail at Wost _s Johnston's book store on Wednesday, March Ist. fe 2. —Gt T OADKMY OF MUSIC. Franklin sstreot, opposite Ballard House. JAI-K DDDD Manager. HRIfAT ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK. NEW STARS, NEW ACTS. The only Variety Theatre now open iv the city. A GRAND 0 ALA WEEK. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE FEMALE MIN BUHLS. Admission—lo, 25 and 60 cents. fe 25—6t TJICIIMOND THEATRE. IV EXTRAORDINARY ENOAOEMENT. One week only, commencing ...

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 February 1871

fbtc Journal 11 ■*_/ B _V. (ill.Lis. Ei.tTOH akd Pxorßtstea. ..o -..J -it".!, __icl-.nn-.rl. V» TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 1871. I) e-iilulinii is rife M to wliat the joint English and American Commission will do in regard to tho various points in dispute between Iho two governments, which was to havo organised yesterday. That tho Alabama claims will bo settled in some way may be considered ccrtsiin, but what they will amount to after tlio allowance of the offsets that sire claimed, and precisely what kind of an indemnity will be offered to us, are different matters. If we may judge from tho tons of tho press through out tho country, says the Louisville Com mercial, considerable uneasiness i 3 felt in regard to both of these questions. The English ctaim c f damages for the destruction of cotton belonging to British subjects is a very indefinite ono. So far as we have ob served, no one is opposed to allowing and paying such damages In auy case when they have • real and substantial exi...

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 February 1871

dinting #tat* journal TUESDAY EYENINO, FEB. 28, 1871, railroad defeat, the Whig sympathizes I more deep.}- with tlio French in their hu miliation than ia cither polilo or politic. As it seems to think that money controls everything, we shall expect to ljear that it was King William's guilders, and not his guns, that gained for him the triumphal march to Paris. Our neighbor shows a littlo weakness in this thing, and, by its bad temper, exposes itself to just suspi cion, when it intimates that all men have their marketable, dollars-and-cents, price. Thinking people will say it is judging others by itself; and already the ques tion is being asked whether more money was not used by the rich and powerful corporations opposed to it to defeat the Pennsylvania Central railroad improve ment in Virginia, than was used by that company to secure tho right to build a road from Alexandria to llichmond ? and if any money was used to build the latter, which wo very much doubt, was it not forcod to ...

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 February 1871

droning $tate journal IDA? EVENING ,FEB, 88, 1871. ths little dangbtff of Mr. Hermann Lo chier. who v rrsideuce ia near Lion Garden, afternoon Mr?. Lochier commenced boiling a kettle of soap, and as it required some time to finish tha work, sho csjutiuued the task uul.il about nine o'clock at night. .Tnst as she was getting ready to remove means fell into the kettle and beforo she i sild l;o rescued received injuries which proved fatal within an hour. The parent* of the child were so unnerved with grief that tiny could neither call for help or go tho condition the child was in, Mr. Lochier went for assistance, but before he returned tho little sufferer was out of pain. This is one of tlie most painful accidents we liave been called upou to record for a long time, and we trust that it will not be our province ever to record a similar one. Louisville Commercial, 2bth. . A youngster attending school in Tadu cah has written his mother the following cbaractsristic letter: "Dear Mother,—l...

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

droning 9 tote journal FUBLIBHKD DAILY- (Bnnd»T« K»«epted IT B. MT. OlltJtlfi, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Bl*l» Straat, Rlclimomd, V« The JOURNAL is served by the oarriers to h olr kscrlbers In the City at Fir-rv Cints pia MotiiH. Single copies In wrappers Timil Ultras. Paici ro» Maimko. —Three months fl 78; six months ta 00 j one year M 00 The WEKKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to fob. scrlbera three months for seventy-five cents; six months, *1 00; one year, $2 00. Will takeplace at Assem bly Hall (Skating Rink) FRIDAY NIGHT, March Admission ou that oc casion 50 cents, or two package tickets. ' _ Tbe rogular assemblies will take place MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUR DAY NIOHTB at 8 o'clock. PRICE OF ADMISSION to them,with theme ot Skatea.'is 60 cents for einglo tciket, or $3 per dozen. Children, under 12 years of ago, 25 cents. At the Aftornoon Assemblies Ladies will only be charged 25 cents. Stato and City Rights for sale. Address...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 March 1871

.imuj £iate journal 11. VV.»ll.iM* ..sn l'norwiTr.B. So yt'-J'j t">.i Sir«*t, Itlctimontl, V» WEDNESDAI KVE'O, MARCH. 1,1871. It is generally believed iv tho ranks of tbe Democratic par.ty, or what Is left of that "ancient and fish-like" organization, that Its defeat in 1803 was not due to Frank Blair's radicalism, but to Seymour* v.. ikneßs. Tho "fierce Democracy" wanted .1 square man on a square platform. The !'.<-..vli.eA'l letter was such a platform, and Frank Blair the man tn carry it into ope iition. It Involved the overthrow of the whole work of reconstruction, a rcpudia. Hop of the national debt, and a return to tho Constitution and tho Union aa they were when tho rebellion was permitted by tbo weakness and treachery of the Democratic administration of President Buchanan; and that was exactly what radical Democracy meant then, and it is what it still means, and will still labor to effect. And, therefore, we are not sur prised that Frank Blair has reiterated his damnabl...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 March 1871

dremug #tate journal WEDNESDAY EVE'O, MARCH. 1.1871. this morning, but wo fear tho winter is not passed, as wo havo yet to hear tho voice of {t singlo turtlo iv tho land ; still tho doves of our rooming contemporaries aro cooing as if anxious to mato and occupy the same coto once moro, —now that tho fierco storm of war haa been suc ceeded by tho bleescd calm of peace. The Enquirer extends tho olive branch all around, begging its acceptance by the defeated and still rather sullen foo. The Whig alone frowus and looks lowering. It shakeß its shaggy front and impatient paw 8 the earth, like a wounded bull at bay. Tbo very sight of a Bucktail is hateful, nnd excites its rage. It will not bo ap peasod. It rofusos to be comforted. Is thero no balm in Giload, no healing bal sam for our neighbor's "griovous wound?" Can no compensation be found for the loss It has sustained in this civic defeat ? We had no idea there was so much feeling at the bottom, or wo would have despaired of success in ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 March 1871

drcning £ tote journal __ « tv i*" '( 1 W\ It Oil 1871. Value of a Hoop fifclrt. A Plattsburg (New York) correspondent or Ihe New York Sun writes : An incident so romantic and unusual. and with a denouement so pleasing, occur red near here one day recently, t hat.i sena tho particulars to you. Lake Obamplain, on which this place U situated, is one of Ihe moat beautiful sheets of water proba bly iv America, and Cumberland Bay, where one of tho most brilliant naval et. gagements ofthe war of 1814 was toiigm, and won by Commodoro McDonougn, of the American Heel, against the Itritish under Commodore Downie, lur ntetWl oue of tl.e grainiest parks | \a\wiureaati ofthe young ladies and I nentlomen of this vicinity ou moonlight cvenin"s. Oue evening a short time since a yout°- lady and gentleman of this vil lage who had frequently been skating on the 'bay before, went out upon tbe bay, but believing in the old axiom that "two ia company," went to au unfrequented part, whore they could onjoy...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 March 1871

PUBLISH! U DAlLY—(Sundays Excepted B. W. GILLIS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Main Street, Richmond, V» The JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to h elr beorlbers in the City at Fifty Girts per Mounth. Single copies In wrappers Thru Cents. Price for Mailing. — Throe months $1 T4; six ■>onths"H 00; one year $8 00 rhe WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to mb terlben three months for seventy-five cents; six months, ft 00; one year, |2 00. AMUSEMENTS. • A ASSEMBLY HALL. A GRAND FANCY <Acsnf DRESS CARNIVAL ON , Will take place at Assom- !, S bly Hall (Skating Rink) ■" FRIDAY NIGHT, Man li ■ Ilj J^^^^Wf! Admission ou that oc- casion ft© cents, or two __W(«ys < ■ */ package tlcketH. * r t\~~" —^^aSfcx^i^-/' The regular assemblies will take place MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, ~i 4 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ami SATIR DAY NIGHTS at 8 o'clock. PRICE OP ADMISSION to them, with tho use of Skates, Is 50 cents for single ticket, or $3 per dozea. Children, under 12 years of Age, 25 ...

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

gwnfog, jftati jytttijat B. W. 0i1.!.1S Rditoh win fMilßilill Mo U.S»X lUtalUMli llHilimonil, V* THURSDAY KVK'G, MARCH. 2, 1871. THE IWPEHSONAIiITI OF THK nunii A great deal has been written recently about the impersonality of tho press,— nrost of which is mere twaddle. In a despotic government we can conceive of an impersonal press ; but we sjo no good to result from it under our tree institutions, where the liberty of tho press is guaranteed, and where the public have a right to know upon whom to fix the responsibility of published opiuions. We suspect that most of this talk about an impersonal press, which simply means the suppression of the names of the real editors, has been gotten up by publishers and self-styled editors that they may be enabled the more surely to steal tho brains of writers and appropriate them to their own use. It is ft well-known fact that nine-tenths of tho papers in this country are edited by men with whose names the public are wholly unacquainted. They n...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 March 1871

THURSDAY KVE'G. MARCH- 2, 1871. SPIRIT OP THE MORNIKQ PRESS. The Dispatch is still sitting by the grave of its dead Confederacy, crooning like a "poor lone Irish widder" over the loss of her sixth husband. For goodness sake take your harp down from the willows and let the littlo Btreara flow on without your unavailing laments. Close the book of Jeremiah for at least ono Sabbath, and let poor Job, whoso former end was more af flicted than his latter, rest amid his scabs and sores, while we aro banquotting. Sing the songs of our own loved King Solomon, and let the toast bo woman—hat and pannier all. We do hope tho young man who edits the col umns of our neighbor, will rise from his numicubstious, or that at least ho wild let tho people rise, and not oppres3 them more with his gloomy "hind-sightedness." Let his "fore-sightcdness" but equal tho latter quality in him, and wo think the Dispatch would not only bo the best paper in tho South, but tho most useful in its day and generation. W...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 March 1871

Til I:ItSDAY ETK'G, MARCH, 2, 187 D -I Have No « liJiiM-e." Don't bbv that, young man. You have fivo chance's . n each liatiil. Then you liavo thirty-fix, at least, in your head. Every faculty you liavo will vote you into office, if you* only enfranchise it, aud form a con federation between the freemen in your brain and the freemen at the ends of your arms. Chances, plenty of them fall under our eyes, if we have only eyes to see them and hands to pick them up. The falling of nn apple waa the oppor tunity for Newton to solve the secret of the skies. A floating sea-weed, drifting by the vessel when tho crew were uttering mutin ous threats, was tho chance seized by Columbus to pacify an incipient rebellion, and to inspire his men with the promise of a new continent and a new world of enter prise, Tlio picking up of a pin in a street of Paris by a poor boy, as ho was going from a great hank, saddened at the denial of his application for a place, was the founding of the success and the ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 March 1871

tfwtmtfl Stat* gott*t«tt.| rfWWIB DAILY~(aund»TS Kxcepted 8. W. <1II.»>IS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Ul'4'i nmlm Street, Rlchm.mil, Va Tho JOURNAL Is sei fed by the carriers to h »lr bscrlbers In the City at Fifty Cists pie Moicth. Single ooptos In wrappers Tiibm Cjhts. Parol ro» BfAiinto. —Three months $1 76; six -nonths $3 00; one year $9 00 I'he WEEKLY JOURNAL will bo mailed to sat scrlbers three months fir seventy-Bv. cent.; six months, fl 00; ono year, 12 00. AMUSEMENTS. A AE.SKMIiLY HALL. w A OKAND FANCY A f DRBSB CARNIVAL ON Will takeplaco at Asaom- --' ■ > I - My Hull (Skating Rink) FRIDAY NIGHT, Man li efg^^3mW^i''Sr; Admission on tlmt or- "2?t-' : ''' ctision 60 cents, or two XR'jtjrjJ . : HS l>.ickitgo tickets. ■ -^-.. The regular assemblies will take plaeo MONDAY WEDNESDAY nml FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUR DAY NIOHTS at 8 o'clock. TRICE OF ADMISSION to them, with the use of Skates,'is 60 cents for single tciket, or $3 per d...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 March 1871

B. W. <J11.».1> tvmi »"!n PgoPRIITOI. | *» U>» ;, HsVlfl Str««t, 111-(UIIOIKI, V» FRIDAY KVK'O, MARCH. 3, 1871. | THE IIK<'VBLICA?I PAttTY. We share in tho concern of all earnest Republicans at whatever impairs the organic strength and vigor of tho party. Wo are not insensible to the present unfor- I tnnato influence? operating in this direc tion. But we neither participate in the distempered gloom which prevails in some quarters DOT perceive the wisdom of its inconsiderate expressions. The parly may be under a transient cloud in this State. It may suffer temporary reproach and defeat. Such times come in the history of all or ganizUions. Bat below this surface thero is a life and a power which cannot be cx tirsguished, which will infallibly MMli themselves heroalter. The distinguishing feature of the llepub- I licau party is this moral vitality. It was born of a great moral impulse. It is held together by the cohesion of profound popular convictions and principles. Mere ...

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

FRIDAY ETE'Gr. MARCH- 3~, .1871. SPIRIT OP THE HOBHWO PHBSS, The Dispatch has at last thrown off its guise of neutrality on tho railroad ques tion, and this morning opens its batteries upon General Mahono for attempting to gobblo up tho Richmond and Petersburg railroad, as evinced by tho proceedings in tho House yesterday. Our neighbor is strongly in favor of adhering to tho ancient policy of the State in reference to its in ternal improvements. He says: Long ago—years before most of thoso who now control tlio destinies of tho Common wealth had life, movement, or being—the pro lectors of the railway system of Virginia laid down a theory which should govern this branch of tho Slate development. The idea they conceived has been received as orthodox, has been accepted in theory, has been execu ted in practice. It has controlled the concep tion, the authorization, the construction, nnd the operation of our railroads and other ave nues of trade. To its adoption we owe the Chesapeake and ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 3 March 1871

(Bitfttton citato gftUYnall raiDAT EVI'Q, MARCH. 8, 1871.1 A litnlen Hymn. The following solemn and beautiful hymn is Died in the Episcopal church during Lent: Saviour, when In dust, to thC3 Low we bow th' adoring knee ; When repentant, to the skies Scarce we lift our streaming eyes; 0, by nil the palna and woe, Stiflsred once for man beljw, Bendiug from thy throne on high, Hear our aolemn litany. By thy birth nnd early years, By thy human grief aud feats, By thy lasting and distress Lv the lonely wilderness, By the victory in llt.i hour Of tho subtlo tempter's power ; Jesus, look wilb pitying eye; Hear our aolemn litany. By thine hour of dark despair, By thiuo agony of prayer, By thy wounds, thy crown of thorns, By thy cross, thy pangs nnd cries, By thy perfect sacrifice ; Jesus,'look with pitying eyes ; Hear our solemn litany. By the deep expiring groan, By lire seat'd sepulchral stone, By thy triumph o'er the grave, By thy powor from death to save ; Mighty God, ascended Lord, To ...

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. — 4 March 1871

jg—ese—ss —————————__—_——^ (&vmm% fiat* gvmml PUBLISHED DAILY-(Bondav. Excepted ■T «. W. GII.iT.IS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At BVili «»«» !«••<) BJctimo_cl, V» Tbe JOURNAL is served by the carriers to U elr iscrlbers in the City at tfiftt Cmts fib Mourn. Single <j9pies in wrappers Thr_ Oihtu. Pales Ton Maiuho. — Three months $1 76; si* months IB 00; one year t» 00 The W—BKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers three months for seventv-flve cents; six months, tl 00; one year, $2 (XL AUCTION SAL.E S. By S. O. Tardy * Co., Auctioneers. /~VN A CREDIT OF FOUR MONTHS. TWELVE HUNDRED BARRELS FINE OLD PURE RYE WHISKEY, 4£ AT AUOTION. a ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9tn, 1871, Wo will sell at our warehouse, In the clly of Ricb nioffrl, commencing at 11 o'clock, 1200 bar/els PURE J|E WHISKEY, old nnd very linn, in prime iron- Hl.l cooperage. Whiskey is to bo sold by consont an'l at the request of purlins Interested, in order to wind up the estate of a deceased merchant, who held it es aa inv...

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. — 4 March 1871

Evening State Journal i h «v ■. • ...Smwe ewe ' _„ ij ; . Htrs.t. B'ciimeee. V ' SATURDAY iOYKuTMARCIL. i. 1871. THE CENTENNIAL- ANNIVERSARY j The position belonging of tight to Vir- . ginia in the programme for celebrating the ' one hundredth anniversary of July 4th, 1776, will bo cheerfully, aye, enthusias- , tically accorded to her, by her twelve sister States of the original Confederacy ; and she should give early notice of her iutention lo unite iv the family _»t_er lug—for g_eh intention needs bnt procla mation to o*ll forth from her citizens spontaneous provision fur the necessary otiltit. And if she cannot display the gorgeous fabrics of the Eastern Slates or tho golden ornaments of Western (Pacific) States, she can, like the Mother of Graochi, when asked to exhibit her boasted jewels, point to hor stalwart offspring, flourishing between the Alleghanies and the Missis sippi, aud proudly exclaim, " These are my jewels!" Most fit is it that Virginia should be foremost; for 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. — 4 March 1871

SATURDAY _V_'G, MARCH. 4, 1871. SPIRIT OF THE MOHNIKG PRESS, The Whig continues to devote its edi torial space to the discussion of railroad matters, and continues to express the opinion that Virginia will be utterly ruined if tho "foreigners" don't keep their hands off Virginia's improvements. It is very weak in its arguments, however, and it is quite evident that it has but little hopo of securing its patron in the possession of tho I Petersburg road. The Enquirer discusses Mr. Wood's amendment still farther, and says : Without entering at present into any discus sion of the question whether ono party or an other should control the Kichmond and Peters burg railroad, we way safely affirm tliatovery consideration of justice should impel the Legis lature to havo weighty reasons as justification for discrimination against this particular cor poration. It ia hardly competent for tho Assembly to go behind tho apparent facts of the situation, and enquire as to the ownership of either of ...

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. — 4 March 1871

tf mtinn, gtmtual. | The Power of « Corporal, The Weston Democrat relates the fol lowing story concerning Hon. J. M. Ben nett, of Hint placo, who was Auditor of the State of Virginia during the war: On one occasion during the war, when provisions wero worth almost their weight in cold in Itichmoud, and Confederate money at its lowest ebb, it was Mr. Ben nett's custom to go to market early in the 1 morning. On his return at the timo we speak of, as he was wending his way home with about $300 or $400 worth of pro visions iv a litllo basket, a soldier with gun and bayonet, and "in battle array," marched hurriedly up to him, and flap ping him on the shoulder, said : "Sir, 1 want you—you are conscripted into the "I reckon not," said Mr. Bennett. "I am not liable to military duty." "I have heard that sort of talk before," said tho soldier, "so on you go." " Bat," slid Mr. Bennett, "I am a State officer." " You can't come that game over me. I've told you to go on ; and if you don't, ] I'll...

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