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

(Evening State journal B. W. 01-R.I-. EDITOR AND PItorRIKTOR, At »I*H *»••*» Street, Rlckmoad, V» Tbe JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to their lacrlbers In the City at Fiftt Cuts fir Mostu. .ingle copies In wrapper. Thru Cists. t't-tc. for Mai-ipto.— Three months $1 7ft; six ■•oath. IS 00: on. year $8 00 Ihe WBE-LY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub-soil-era three month, for sev.nty-fiv* oentaj six At',-ir,ls particularly to the collection of o'd enrl donbtfal Debt., Negotiating Loana, Exempting Hor- , Btearis and Dispossessing Tenants. Office on Etevenlh street, lietween Main and Bank. J.6—2t ROBERT HILL. j T F. McKEI.NEY WOULD RESPECTFULLY INtl' form his friends, and the citizens of Richmond, that he has temporarily located at the "OLD SWAN TAVERN," Broad Street, between Eighth and Ninth, whore can be found BUTTERICK A OO.'S PATTERNS and the "HOWE SEWING MACHINE." Ja 4-_t rpHE "PAIN KILLER." Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals, as Inevitable as death itself anil liable ...

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 — 6 January 1871

(Evening State journal 11. \V. HI l, I, IS Editor ANnPr/rnrsToa. Jfo. 0 '4;_ >l-rln Str-ct, UUlrmonrl. V» •flteM I'appr for tbfl RoTnrnmi'-it. 1 ' — .... i FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. C, 1871. rcntCATKt KO.ICATK I Buckle, in his history of civilization, quotes Quetetat thus: "Experience demonstrates in effect, with all the evidence possible, this opinion, which may at first glance appear a paradox, that it is society ichich prepare* the crime, and that the criminal is but the instrument which executes.'' Section 26 of the declaration of principles adopted by the " National Congress on Penitentiary and Rcformatoty I Discipline," asserts: " Whilo this Congress would not shield the convicted criminal I from the just responsibility of his misdeeds, it arraigns society itself as in no slight degree accountable for the invasion of its rights and the warfare upon its interests, practiced by the criminal classes. Docs society take all tho steps which it easily might, to chaDge, or at le...

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 — 6 January 1871

Evening State journal FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. . ... ~..i- __• r._ gro boy should rush into the onice ot tbe Dispatch or Whig and Lint that Presided Grant intends to do so or so, to give either of those fault-finding and captious journals a text for falling upon the General and belaboring him most unmercifully. The negro boy's word would suffice. They would never think of stopping to inquire into the probabilities of tho insinuation, or of questioning the source of their information. They wanted an opportunity, and the negro boy is good enough authority for their purpose, —which is to depopularize the President as much as possible with tho They have both seized upon a sensational paragraph from some half-witted correspondent of the New York Tribune, giving a rumor to the effect that the President was about to recommend that the work of reconstruction in the South be taken up and done over. Of course the President has no-such idea, or intention. But with the Democratic press her...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 January 1871

(Evening State journal FRTDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. t!lO tiXH'-ll 111 s_o,Ui-U [o $10,UVV. Chicago is going into the iron making ba men largely. One establishment employs 1,000 men, and consumes 1,000 ton» of coil a week, ami both smelts ami rolls iron successfullyA contemporary io Indiana tells how a lirakemati, who was left by his train the other dsiy, took ft short cut on foot, and heat his cars fifteen minutes in a walk of five miles. A divorce case in Ireland has elicited the fact that tho lady was in the habit of chastising h';r husband with the furniture, ami on one occasion knocked him down and sat en his head. A Boston man piid an undertaker with a bogus $280 check. Tho "late lamented"' was his wife, and ho expressed the opinion that the pay was worth as much as the subject of the funeral. A girl in Calhoun county, Wis., attempted to look into the mnz-Ao of her brother's shot-gun, and at the same time pull her '' dress away from the trigger. The coroner's jury returned a v...

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

PUBMBHHD DAILY-(Sundays Excepted ■v c. w. uii'Via, BDITOU AMD PKOPRIKTOR, At 9\%% Hala Htreet, Rlchmead, Vs. The JOURNAL Is ierved by the carrier* to their haorlbera to the Olty »t Tim o«hts paa Hours. 'tingle copies in wrappers Tasaa Ontu. Poici roa Maiuito. — Three montha U Tit els months IS <X>i one rear $6 00 n,e WKKKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subbribers three months for aeventy-flve oenta; aU montha, SI 00; one year, $2 00. In the country, will LBCTORR inspirational!* upon the above subject, at BLENN Kit's HALL, c-rm-r cf I ■ixthand Marshall streets. FRIDAY {and SATURDAY KVUNINO-", January 9th andTth. An opportunity will be given the audience to (inflation the speaker pertaining to the Spiritual Phlloao- I I*ectnr« to commence at 8 o'clock. Admission, to | dflfray expensea, '26 cents. Pain is supposed to be the lot of as poor mortal.., as J inevitable as death itself anil liable at any tlmo to come.upon us. Therefore It is Important that remedial agents ...

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 January 1871

B. W (.1 (, t.IS Editor hxv PR<mtiT»R. Mo. WMn Street, ltlchmoixl. Va Official Paper for the BoTernmcnt. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, 1871. St. Domingo, because be doci Dot thick it to the interest of tho nation to have outlying territory. He is in favor of coterminous annexations, but not of isolated acquisitions. This idea is in keeping with his German trainiug. Born and reared in I a land which never made any maritime pretensions, whose people are good ioldiers but very bad sailors, which, until recently, I has not attempted to plough the briny deep with warlike keels, and whose territorial scquisitions have all been coterrninous.iwe are not surprised to find that the ideaof acompact and continuous nationality within one set of boundary lines Bhould alone find favor in bis eyes, and that he should wish to preserve tbe same territorial unity in his adopted country that has marked the march of his fatherland to national greatuess. Without a navy and without sailors, a natio...

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 — 7 January 1871

SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, 1871. SPIRIT OF THB MOUNINU PHEBB. can Rtview, upon the reforms demanded In tho civil service, in which he recommends the main features of Mr. Jenckes' bill as I the best remedy for the many evils which exist. The Dispatch thinks that this is well enough, but has no Idea that Congress will abolish the present system, which affords them too many opportunities for increasing their power through the influence of their patronage. For ourselves, we cannot see how any improvement can be made by these reform measures, under our system of government. We cannot put political officers, such as I clerks in the departments are, on same stable basis we have those of army and navy. So long as we have election every four years to change the ministration, so long must we expect to an entire change in the civil service. It is so throughout the entire machinery of our government, Federal, State, and Ii Here in Virginia, if there is a ige of parties, out go the old officers, ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 January 1871

SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. 7, 1871. four heatheu Chinese walked into his sanctum the oilier day, and through the medium of an interpreter, paid cash down for twenty-four subscriptions to his paper. The editor wondered greatly what they wanted of an English paper, not being able to read it, niiif was informed that they took it f.ir ihe "pictures" in it, the paper having Cnstar's rat cut, a catarrh cut, a guano trade mark, and an umbrella "picture." » s> » Till! new constitution of Sooth Carolina, without making any express provision fot the granting of divorces, recognizes the fact that tho marriage tie can thus be dissolved ; and as, under this provision, some of the Judges of the State have heard and granted petitions for divorco, while others have refused to grant such petitions, a divorce bill has been introduced in tho Legislature to regulate tho matter. Before t!ie war, divorce was unknown to tho laws of the State. «ci ■ —. The Southern States will furnish their quota of...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 January 1871

EDITOR AND rttul'RtsrrOJL, At • I < i ntl> SirMl, Itleiliiuiiii.l. Vet The JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to their lwr.rltx.rs In tbe City at Firvv Cents pn Mowvn --iugie copies In wrappers Tunes Cams. Paici son MatuNO. — Three months $1 76; six irili. ti -Hi; one year (S 00 rue WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subscribers three mouths for seventy-five ctnte; ill months, II 00;onevear.*2 00. Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortal*, as inevitable as death itself and liable at any time to come npon us. Therefore It Is important that remedial I scents shoufd be at hand to be used on an emnrgen. I cy, when the seminal principle lodged in the system I shall develope itself, and we feel tho exciuclatlng j ug .nios of pain, or the depressing Influenceof disease. I Such a remedial agout oxists in the PAIN KILLKR, I Whose fame has made the circuit of the globe. Amid Ihe eternal ices of the polar regions or beneath the I Intelerableland burning sun of the tr...

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 — 9 January 1871

It. \V «JU,- ia EtnetAmf 3li>. O »'<; i«in Snett. Ktr.knen.l. Va Official PfkfM for the (iovprninent. MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 0. 1871. and in humble imitation of that divine command we would wish to hear the same words repeated now, that the coming 1 storm in the South might be quelled j ere it rages beyond control, Presid- nt Grant and Congress have tho power to J speak BsjfiM to this troubled land ; and we 1 appeal to them in the name of patriotism, [ humanity, aud fraternity not to withhold I their voices. It is time that the countryhad real peace, and not a mere counterfeit 1 and sham. Let us, who were and are of the North, say, in earnest and in all hon- I csty, to the people of the South, "Let there be an end to strife betweeu thee and me, my brother." Let us endeavor to bury all recollection of past differences, and determine to livetogether again in the same friendly aud fraternal relations which marked our intercourse in the early days of the Republic. It...

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 — 9 January 1871

■ PIRIT OF TUB MORBUSO PHKHM. The venerable magician of Ihe Dispatch waves his wand and raises a tempest—in a teapot. Calling Caliban lo his assistance, he proceeds to make us howl with " aches and pinches." The fact that Mr. Porter bas succeeded in revenging himself on this paper for opposing his nomination, gives our neighbur a text for a very severe onslaught upon the State Journal, and in his wrath against us he makes very reckless and untruthful statements. For instance, he says: " The Journal attempted to gtt tha nom. ination for Congress in this District over Porter, the indomitable. And in that, too, tho Journal was defeated." Mr. Gillis never so much as even dreamed of such a thing at tho nomination for Congress; aud the only place his name was ever publicly mentioned in connection with tbat position was in the local columns of the Dispatch. He looked upon it at the time merely as a joke of tbe reporter of that paper, and took no notico of it. And although some of his- frie...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 January 1871

MONDAY KVl.NlNli, .JAN. 0. 11171. the oromissariat of the besieged city. It says that "people are certainly eating rati and cits" in Pitris, and describes, in a quaint way, the qualities and peculiarities of rat and eat flesh. Of everything but fresh tie it to eat the Parisians, according to this letter, have an abundance yet. A very large amount of fond has been hidden Vit., is announced. lift was a son of th,e j lute Edward Stabler, and a native of Alexandria, Va, His old frieuds in Maryland aud Virginia will receive tho intelligence of his death with muck regret. Robinson Stabler was a prominent member of tho Society of Prieuds, and was noted for his strict integrity. *.» ■ Dr.. Civinostone, tho famous Africaji traveler, whose fate has long been obscured, is said by a cable telegram to have arrived at Mozambique, and was waiting a vessel bound to England. It is to be hoped the report is true, as the whole civilized world is interested in the great ex- I plorer, who was so lung ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 January 1871

„ » v . 011.1.15. eniroß aNIj pbupkik'lOß, At «tr«»t, Ricnmo»fl, Vs. Th* JOCRKAI. la served by the carriers to^thal? ,onthss3 Wj uueynarto 00 „.,,„. t°h"w*.lsK.l.V JOUUNAI. will be nwtlftl M sob•eiiNors throe ruimtlis for eevMrty-Sve rmt*; *1« Pain la supposed to bo the lot of us poor mortal., as Inevitable as death itself ami liable at any time to come npon us. Th.refpr* It Is Important that remedial agents should te at band to be used on an emergency.when the seminal principle lodged in the system shall develop* itself, and yy* feel the excruciating agonies of pain, or tho depressing inilnence of disease. Snch a remedial agent exists in the PAIV KILLKR, a ;.-,. F.me ha* mad. ,he circuit of the gle.be. Imtd the eternal Ices of the polar regions or beneath tl.e int*ler»bl.;and burning sun of the tropics, its virtu*. ar. known and app. eclated. Under all latitudes from the one extreme to thaother, Buffering humanity has found relief from many of Its ills by ita •»«. The wile and broa...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 January 1871

B. \v. Qll.t.lH EniToii Aiyo-Pa- rr.tiTos. So. "..- 3■< ■ -ii., >!.«-!. ittci inon'. V« Official Paper for tile Hnverninent. TUESDAY KVKNINii, JAN. 10, 1871. direct communication to Washington and the {forth by an all-rail line over the ahortest route, - wayjof Frederickgur g.—wo think the inconvenience* and annoyances to which tbey have been subjected during the present cold spell, by the stopple of the-mails, of travel, and of busiuesa, would be sufficient. Every wiuter our patience is put to tho same a vere test; and tho qaestioa now is : shall we ontinue to submit to it and suffer on in silenco, nv.irely to oblige, a email number of unobliging gentlemen who happen to own tho only available line in that irection, or accept tbe proffered help to id ourselves of the evil ? This question is now before tho Legislature, and the people ook to that body for a prompt response ; and they do not wish it to c.-mo in the Bhapeof a fruitless and costly investigation, bef...

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 — 10 January 1871

TGESDAT KVi'.eMNti, J.a.v 10 l»?I. "Republican Trouble*," refers to tbe oot stunt efforts of *he more moderate in oo.' ■ irty to check and curb the extremist! which have Mtbatto been in a great meas ■re unproduct' -o of good results. It-was perhaps, be»t lor the country while pasr Ing through tie trials of reconstruction, that the extreme men took the stand They did, for the disease required the most radical treatment. But all that in past. The extreme man cannot now trouble the country or vex the people with extieme measures; and a* the past is past, it doea us very little good to brood over the vexatious details through which the end was attained. It was almoat war; and like tbe frightful horrors of war, ehould bo forgotten as soon as possible. Some remnants still linger, like the marks and wounds of battle, or ruins of burnt cities ; but evr.n these will, in time, disappear ; and the whole nation will again be at peace, enjoying happiness and prosperity under a good government. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 January 1871

, I.VENINO, JAN. 10 1871. never hitherto explained, was his abandonment i-f Ihe g«TWl»oraMp of TcntK.----»eo only thrco d.iv-'i aftel marrying i\ young II- 10. .iiiio a voluntary exile among tho Indiaus of the plains for y- ar* thereafter, was made ft great chitf, ami only re-appi'ared in public life vvheu T»laa was struggling fur independence. The Galveston News lifts the vi-il from this secret chamber of Houston's heart by this strangn narration : "What we know thfa tMttef is s.y honoatible to him that we shall ftyr tne first time put it in print, \W may premise that our information is derived indirectly from oqe now d■• -.'lull, who during her life had a right to know what Oauaed this strange episode iv tho life of the great man. Gov. ilouston's *fir.-et brdi was a Tennessee belle of surprising beauty and of considerable social rank. She was, if not the affianced bride, at least tho sweetheart of a neighboring gentleman when Governor Houston sought her hand. Her family, being ver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 January 1871

PUBLISHED !)AILY-(BtuHlaT* Emf-Fted IT 11. W. «»» I ' , ' , »» „ MITOR AND PKOMimOR, At Dl!** «•-«•* Htr*«t, Rletenia-d, V*. Th* JOURNAL Is served by th* carriers to their ksorlbers In the OHy at Firrr C«nt* m Mosrf H ■Hnale oopies in wrappers Tn»«* o*.vr». Pbiob ro* Mulish.—- Three months fl T»; ,li onthsas 00: onsyuar*/) Oil me VrKHKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to *nbriber* three months for seventy-five est*; *l* BM«th..noo : onoye.r,ttOO. SPBCIAIs* NOTICES* rrsiTiHß R." I BBBB^^^^^^H Pain 1, supposed to bs thelot of us poormertal°,a* iiu vltal.l* a* death lu.lf and liable, at any time to corns upon us. Th.refora it is important that remedial agents should be at hand to b* used on aa emergen, cy, whe* the seminal principle lodged In th. system shall devslope Itself, and wo feel the excruciating agonies of pain, or th* depressing Influence of disease. Bach a remedial agent exists in the PAIN KILLER, whose fame lias mado the circuit of the globe. .4mid Ik* eternal Ices of the polar reg...

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 — 11 January 1871

IS. W. *.11.-.IS Ull'il. . ■: l iln\n Strrr.t. Hlchmonil, Va oniiiai Taper for thfi fiovcriirßent. WEDNESDAY EVK'U, JAN. 11, 1871. IUX UnVEHIHEUT ANJJ THK HAILUOADS. As a remedy against tho alarming insaso in political power and influence of ilro.i I c inpanies, it is recornmondol that _• government itself should take charge tho roads. This might, however, bo t the getting rid of ons great evil by the bstitulion of astill greater. It might bo ly avoiding Scylla to bo drawn into larybdig ; for the control of tho roads in b lunds of a corrupt government,— d thoro is danger that wo may, ut mo future tims, have a government at will not scruplo to uso corrupt meaos to accomplish its ends, and continue iisolf iv power,—would bo more dangerous to our liberties than when controlled by private individuals, no mat'ir how tyrannically or unscrupulously they might use their influence. But, of course, it will bo sometime yet, and require a great deal of agitation, and a very lengthy discussion o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 January 1871

WEDNESDAY KVK'ti, JAN 11. IH7'. contemporaries to-day are quite lespecta- I bio in interest. The Dispatch first t.ikcup and discusses in a hopeful vein the I cumins union of the West and Virginia I through the instrumentality of our several I I ads. The hope deferred, which has I t sickened our hearts, is about to be I 3d in full fruition by the accomplish- I of the fact. It says : loner deferred as it bas been, it I* near il. We are to be in communication with per and tbe lower Mississippi, and with I If States; also by railways of the first I ', and that in a cbort time. Already I llahone's line reaches, with some inter- I twists, the Mississippi. Time will ten these. The Danville road opens I iy to the Gulf with a twist in Booth I ia and Georgia, which is soon to be I toned at :i saving of 150 miles In dis- I With these lines of communication I c Southern and Western interior, what I ato fear? Can wo not build up here a eat city ? Can we not at least equal I er towns of the West ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 January 1871

WEDNESDAY EVE'Q, -IAN. 11, 1871. : " For aomo timo pAfll ■ Mrs. Metifef, an uHtim&bte lady rwM ng with | ier family in this city, baa been dangerously sirk. Oo Thursday she apparently died, and her frirnds commenced preparing her body for the grave. They were about to place her upon a board, when she spraug to her feet, and, extending her arm?, grabbed ber husband by his whiskers and pulled them vigorously. The frightened husband and friends, after quite a fttrugg.v. succeeded in placing ber upon the bud and every possible eff >rt was made to revivo her. She lived about twenty-four hours and then sank to rest forever." *-*-..♦ A "personal" in a New Yo*k daily a sign stated that "if John Smith, Bormely of Philadelphia, will call at ?fo. —, IJlank street, he will hoar something to his advantage." Jobu called,— There was 260 of him. And be has been calling at the rate of forty-seven per day ever sinco the "personal" appeared. A New Hampshire man is said to have s...

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