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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 11 March 1871

dewing 9 tat* f fluroai The JOURNAL is served by the came •nVsorlbers In the City at Firtr Cents MR Month. dingle copies in wrappers Tmn Cents. Pmoi rom Maiuno.—Three months $1 Ti; als m in that 3 00; one year $6 00 The WBBKLY JOURNAL will bo mailed to aub •orlbers three months for ieveuty-tlve cants; sli months, tl 00; one year, ti 00. [Advertisements of Last, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding throe or four linos, will 1» in serted undor the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—In- : TUB CATHOLIC MAL« ORPHAN ASYLUM, AT ASSEMBLY HALL, ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY, Maech 17t«. Committee or ArniAitaEMEifTS: J L Whittaker, Walter Mahonay, James Hays, Win Huiil.ii:, James McGraw, Wm Rally, Dr J A Simons, John Ahem. Cant Wm English, John Gallagher, D Broptiy, P Fennesaey, Dr Maboney, F J Kelley, J PCowardln, MM Golden. Managers: Oon. P. T. Moore, Chairman. His Sx Gilbert CWalkor, lion A M Keller, Mayor...

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. — 11 March 1871

(ih-cmna Jtert* goimuil N.i ):«){ Plain tir«*t, Hlchmonil. Va Ofiicial Paper for the (Jovorninrnt SATURDAY EVF/G, MARCH. 11, 1871. cepted. Ky this selection it is cctitled to publish all laws, resolutions and treaties of the United States, and all official notices The New Orleans Republican is jubilant over the prospect for the Southwest, now that the Texas Pacific railroad is to becon struotul. It says: "Tho obvious results of this enterprise are, that it must fill the South with money and with Imported laborers. The building of this road will call into our midst thousands of men to do | the work, and where they cast their pick axes thero will spring up cities. Nothing can prevent this consummation oxcept the failure of tho company to do the wtyrk, of which there is but little apprehension at present. Wo shall have this advan tage, too, that as the work goes on to its fulfillment the road will be reaching out into a country that is already settled j and ready to roll its trade into...

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. — 11 March 1871

Evening £tat* gmintal March 11, 1871 SUNDAY RKAOIdO. the Baptist Union, at Cambridge, tho other day, Mr. Spurgeon said :"I recommend j every young minister to make preaching j his first business. Tho pulpit is the Ther moplym of Christendom. Your people may grumble that you don't go about and drink as many cups of tea at their houses as they would liko. If you give them good food on the Sabbath they will put up with a good deal. If the Sabbath joint is only a grim scrag of mutton, with plenty of divisions and nothing todivido—(laughtoi), you will soon discover that your people will not bo satisfied. In the next place, do not neglect visitation. It Is true that I cannot visit my 4,350 members. But my visitation is done by the elders. Next let mo say a word or two to the people. It is a remarkable fact that min isters of the Gospel aro not able to live on much less than other people. (Laughter.) They cannot make a shilling go as far as other people can make a sovereign. Some of them t...

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. — 11 March 1871

$vmv% £tatc journal. Mar. 11, 1871 sion, a contemporary asks, "Who is Dr. Howe?" As no one ought to be ignorant ef one so well deserving fame, we state that he is ono of the noblest civilians of our age or country. General Graut could not have choseu a more capable or dis interested man. Though now seventy years old, he is still young, lie was born in Boston, and educated as a surgeon. At the early age of twenty-three, ho loft his homo and joiued his fortunes to Greece, theu struggling iv a death grapple with tbe Turks. For three years he devoted all his grant energies to this sacred cause, then trembling in the balance. His pen turned public sentiment from apathetic indiffer ence to positive sympathy and aid, while his heroic example and brilliant services as a soldier inspired the poor Greeks with hope. Lord Byron was his friend and contemporary while there, and to this day he thinks of Byron only as the ardent young apostle of Greek liberty. After tbo war closed, he returned to t...

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. — 13 March 1871

GveninjI ftate §0urnaL M Oiaj< Bala Btre.*, »!•■.■»©■■• Va The JOURNAL Is serve*by £he o * rr, * , U!?'i" lr .n™ IbersYn the Olty .t F.rtr o.»*s r» Most.. single copies in wrappers Thmi MM Puici ro» Miiusra.—Three months ti T»; iut ninthss3 00; on.year *6 00 rhe WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sop •ertber. three months for seventy*™ cental el* months, .1 00; one year, f'i 00. [Advertisements ot Lest, Wants, Found, For Bent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will bo In serted under tho proper hooding, at TWENTY-FH B CBNTB, for one insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, SIXTY CBNTB—In- I variably CASH IN ADVANCE ] AMUSBSMKNTS. -pIGHMOND TTtBATRB. BEROKB FAMILY SWISH BELL RINGERS, For ONB NIQUT ONLY, for the Benefit of tk. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH Hvn. Vocalists, Harr,;sti, Violinist* and Ornet Players. Assisted by theUroat Humorist,SOL. HMli'H RUE SEL Mis] MAUD STANLEY, Soprano Vocalist, WILL K. LAVAKE, E -.lladlst, J. liB.iBY OABD...

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. — 13 March 1871

tiMng journal In 0"1.; Mala Stra.t. Klelononrl. Va Offldril Paper for the (.oTfTnment March 13, 1871 meDt in the State of Virginia, and has ac ivp'id. By this selection it in ectitled to publish all laws, resolutions and treaties of j tha United States, and all official notices pertaining to the general government in Virginia, Co-operation of L.al>or anil Capital. While in many portions of the country desperate 1 mid expensive "strikes" aro eat ing out the substanco of both employer and employed, it is cheering to notice tho stoivly progress of co-operation be tween capital and labor. Our exchanges notice tbo success of Messrs. Brewster and the Camerou Bro thers in New York city. First-class workmen tlioru receive weekly the highest rate of labor paid at other factories. At the end of the year an account of stock is taken and a per centago of the profits, befuro agreed upon, is divided pro rata among the employees. Thus every employee becomes a partner iv tho conieiu, interested ...

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. — 13 March 1871

Evening £tate journal mARCH 31, 1871 The Flight Into Bwlt»«»»«*» d " • 'Wrecks of Boarbsal'i Army. On Wpdnesday morning, February s , French had crossed the border during the j night. Tho possibility of such an ovent had been foreseen, but it had been thought tnoro probable that the retreating force would have been driven into Bosancon to Bazaine's soldiers bad been in the case of impregoablo Metz. But dow much anxiety was felt na to whether the French would yield their arms, whether tho Swiss would tbe Prussians would pursue, or whether, in many ways, Switzerland might not find herself very awkwardly situated. The arrival of a troop of French cavalry on the following afternoon put an end to all surmisings, and explained much that wo had before thought very wonderful. The horses seemed scarcely able to stand. They were under-sized and half famished. Their legs were knotted and swollen; their tails and manes often rotted away; the long shaggy hair of their uugroomed coats matted with...

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. — 13 March 1871

ftvtttSag £iatc journal March 13, 1871 BY TELEGRAPH. \Vuslltngtoli News, to continue the session to await their ar rival, though it is not improbable that the President will ask the Senate to remain in session to net on a treaty, provided the , commissioners havo negotiated one. The v.ent in a prominent administration paper that tho annexation project is con sidered dead docs not find much approval in executive quarters. Tho President will nomiuato to tbe ben ate tbia week quite a list of appointments, among them that of Hon. George Bancroft, minister to tbe German empire, and now i inked by new legislation as a first-clr's minion with a salary of $17,500. The British high commissioners were entertained by the English minister Sat urday night, together with several Sena- The Southern loyal claims commission intend to go at work at onco in this city. They received their commissions to-day. Gen. Reynolds, district commander and Senator elect from Texas, has just been ordered back to h...

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. — 14 March 1871

fwtteg JPtatl journal PCBUBHED DAlLY—(Sundayf EioepUd At 91HH Malts "treat, Rlelana*"** Va Tho JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to their snVsorlbers in the City at Fi«t Ce»t» pie Mokih. Single ooplos in wrappers Thbje dim. rnioE-FOn MAiuito.— Three months $1 78; iU months $3 00; one year $8 00 Tho WBIRLY JOURNAL will bo mailed to sub scribers three months for seventy-fiTO rents; oil TO ADVERTISERS. sorted undor the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—In- KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS, TUESDAY EYENINO, MARCH 14th. Vocalists, Harpists, Violinists and Corn.t Players. Assisted by theQre»t Humorist, SOL. SMITH RUB BEL, Miss MAUD STANLEY, Soprano Voc»li«t, WILT, K. LAVAKE, Balladlst, J. HBSRY GARD NER, O-irnet Soloist, and other talent will appear. A chime of 150 Silver Bells, the finest ever Imported into the UUted States. YOUNG LADIES SILVER CORNET BAND. The ontiro company in a New and Original Programing, urra...

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. — 14 March 1871

(Evening fiat* journal kdwa. k n nimiELi, KMTOIt AND MANAGER. So BHUf Mala street, ttidimonrt. Va Official Paper for the Government TUBBDAY BYE'S, MAUCH. 14, 1871. Tin: State Journal has been de-ig nated as tho official paper of the govern ment in the State of Virginia, and has ac cepted, liy lliis selection it is entitled to publish all laws, resolutions aud treaties of the (fatted States, and all official notices pertaining to the general government in anil comprehensive report of Senator Greene. It represents tho views of a mi nority of that eommitteo, and exposes clearly a most (utrageous attempt to cheat the people of a f.iir expression at the bal lot-hox. The history of political trickery contains several cases of this kind ; hut, we believe i:i every caso the party tiniVrtaKlng tbo fraud has been indignantly overthrown hy its own members. There is a natural sense of jus'ico, which abides in men. which will not long rest under flagrant public wrong. Tho obligation of a com mit...

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. — 14 March 1871

Owning £tate journal March 14, 1871 sickly looking Englishman arrived at the liorger boarding-house, on Cherokee street, in West Kansas, aud took a room with the intention of remaining in the city. His appearance and languago gave indications of his familiarity with a higher rank of society than he chose to own or claim. He Bpent tho first three days in hunting for a situation as clork, book-keeper or teacher, but was stricken down ma.few ■ days by sickuess. He now communicated his namo to Mrs. Berger, stating that be desired it to remain secret, but desired if he should not recover from the severe attack of lung fever that the family would see him decently interred. As he ex pected, he did not recover. He died, leaving somo thirty-eight dol lars in money, a watch and a curious old black leather trunk, containing a few well worn clothes, and some old trinkets, fish ing tackle and books. He was duly in terred, tho expenses being defrayed by the landlady. The old trunk and its content...

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. — 14 March 1871

istttisfl 3M* jowmal March 14, 1871 rials of the country, wil! never cease to have new points in it for ventilation. Almost every day something new is dis covered, and in this age of progress, when it is important for every man to know, the shortest and best way to do every kecp up with the times, on the fruit sub ject. If be is a farmer or a gardener, he fl,. value of fruit, who have during their lives promised, year after year, to give this subject more time and attention, but when the time comes, each year is bnt not properly prepared, it is too wet, or it is too dry ; the weather is too cold; the trees are "not at hand; and bo on, the reasons are heaped up one on the other, which results in no orchards and no fruits. There are soveral points iv setting out an apple orchard which must be duly con sidered if good fruit in abuudance is ex pected. The first thing is the kiuds of fruit. Due regard* should be paid to the eating, the cooking, the drying, the cider and the keeping quali...

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. — 15 March 1871

Arming f tat* journal Th* JOURNAL I* lerved by the carrier-1 to their •nkecrlber. In the City et Fim OEM. P»R Mouth. Single coplee in wrapper* Tmuui Ciktb. Paio* roa Maiuho.— Three month* $1 71; *li nnnthssS 00; one year $6 00 The WBEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to inb -crlberi three months for seventy-five cent-f *1c 10 ADVERTISERS. .dv*rtf»emout« or Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, not exceoding three or four lines, will be In >d under tlio proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE [TB, for ono Insertion; or two insertion* for FOR CENTB; throo insertions, SIXTY CENTS—in ibly CASH IN ADVANCE] AMUSBKe-NTS. . PATRICK'S BIT. GRAND BALL FOR THE BKNEFI- OF THE CATHOLIC MALE ORPHAN ASYLUM, I AT ASSEMBLY nALL, ON ST. PATRICK'S DAT, Ma-CH 17t_. .lain-1 llavs, ' Win llankln, •Inrues McGraw, Wm Kelly, Dr J A Simons, John a hern, Capt Wm English, John Gallagher, D Brophy, - Fennesrey, Dr Mahoney, FJi.iley, J P Cowardin, .Tainei Golden. Mana-ire : Oen. P. T. Moore, Chairman. Hi* Ex Gilbert C Walker, Hon A ...

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. — 15 March 1871

Arming 9 tate journal Edward Daniels 912 Main Street Official l*ai>«'r for tlio (iovernment- WBD-VESDAY EV'O, MAUCH. 15.1971. rep'f-d. Ry this selection it is ettitled to publish all laws, resolutions aud treaties of the United States, and all official notices vertiscment in the Dispatch, over the name of the chairman of tho Building Committee, in viting proposals for plans and specifications and estimates for the construction of three brick school houses, to accommodate not less than six hundred children each, for the public schools of this city, lo bo received at the office of the Boaid of Education up to 12 M. Thurs day, 16th of March, next. This advertisement first appeared on Saturday, the lllb instant, and, excepting Sunday, four days are allowed to hand in these plans, specifications, &c. The City Council have already made, we be lieve, a large appropriation for this purpose, and requested the city engineer to furnish plans, &c. In consequence of some aroat dis cre...

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. — 15 March 1871

toning 9 tat* journal WEDNESDAY EV'O, MARCH. 15,1871. The question which agitates the London school board, whnso decision will probably be acted upon throughout tho provinces, is whether, under the new system, education shall be made compulsory, as it is in Ger many. The last statistical returns show that out of every five grown-up persons In England ono is without education, so far as measured by the test of writing their names. The act of 1870 (33 Victoria, chap. 75) was passed to "provide for every school district a sufficient amount of accommoda tion in public elementary schools available for all tho children resident in such dis trict, for whose elementary education efficient and suitablo provision is not oth erwise made." It Is further enacted th.it all children at tending theso public elomentary schools, "whoso parents are unable, from poverty, to pay anything towards their oducation, shall be admitted free, the expenses so in curred to be discharged from local rates." The sc...

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. — 15 March 1871

Evening £tat* journal March 15, 1871 friends of Senator Cameron who beiicve that a great political blunder and act of in justice were a mmitted in the displacement of Senator Sumner, have called upon Mr. Cameron and urged him to resign the po sition of chairman of tho Foreign K-lations i committee, and place the resignation upon I tho grounds above suggested. Senator Cameron was immovable, and would not Tho reported subscriptions to tho na tional loan, up to 12 o'clock yesterday, was §7,000,000. This does not include the general reports from all parts of the | country, which will probably increase the | subscriptions to $10,000,000 for the first week The Secretary of War has telegraphed to General Terry, commanding Depart ment of tho South, to send at once all the available troops to Chester and York coun ties, South Carolina, to assist in putting down the insurrection and maintaining A number of officers bolonging to the artillery regiments have been transferred to different compan...

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. — 16 March 1871

toning 9 tat* journal m PUBLIBUiU DAILY— (S»_d_y. Excepted The JOURNAL I* delivered to auoscrlber* in the I t y at Firr-IK OlitTsr*- IVui, payable t* tb* i rrlers. Paid tor Maiuic..—Three month* tl Tt; six _v)_t_*tß 00; one year to 00 Th* WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to eub ■orlbers ilx months for 70 cent*; one year, tl 50. TO ADVERTISERS. [Advertisement* of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding throe or four lines, will be In eerted under the proper heading* at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertion*, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE] AMUSKMENTS. THIS CATHOLIC MALI ORPHAN ABYLUM, I AT ASSEMBLY HALL, ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY, M*»ch 17t_. | OoMMiTii* or _JUU*rs___Rl I ! J L Wblttaker, Walter Mahout-,, .l-mi« I lain. Win Han kin, I James McOraw, Wm Kelly, Dr J A Simons, .. T . iQAhorn, Capt Wn' *'-i*iig|£ in Oallagher, T * ~ P *.a_e***y, F J Ilelley, ..._,-in, Jamei Golden. M-tCAOIBS: Oan.P. T. Moor*, Chairman. Hi* Ex G...

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 March 1871

toning ftofe journal KI>WA II » RANIKIiI, . F,; IIIIK. AND MANAOKI- So 9 ! !-!_ lulu S«ra«t, Illilimonil, Va Official Caper for the ('overnmrnl THURSDAY EVK'G, MARCH. 16,1871. repted. By 1111 uleudbu it Uet titled to publish all laws, resolutions and treaties of the United BMW, nm_ n!l oflieial notices pertaining to the general government in UN'ITBP STATES DISTRICT COURT—EASTERN DISTRICT OK VIRGINIA, Richmond, March 11,1871. An ord-r this day received from Ed. McPherson, Clerh of the Home of Representatives, substitute* the Statl- Journal of Richmond, in place cf the Passs of I.ynchbu-g, as a paper designated in pur suance of an act of C-ingress for tho publication of j treaties, lawn of the United States Congress, aud no tices and advertisements oidored by the Court. All officers of this Court will take notice of the ia'J order and net accordiuglj'. i [Signed] JOHN C. UNDERWOOD, Distiict Judgo for the EasLeru District of Va. I A true copy—Teste, j the interests ami industries of...

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 March 1871

toning $tat* journal March 16, 1871 management, in this particular, may bo j productive of heavy losses. If working horses are not well fed and properly cared for in every way, thoy will not bo ablo to prepare tho soil in proper time for spring crops; half tilled soil nod late, light crops will bo the result. Prepare and harden thorn with suitable food for spring plowing »nd other heavy work. Try a peck of car rots a day to each animal, giving a loss quantity of oats. If they refuse them at first, cut and mix (hem with Indian meal. Always be gentle, with colts and get them accustomed to bo handled and to like your preset-... A few carrots fed daily aro very valuablo for colts also. At this |"iave working oxen in good condi ■ the heavy labors approaohing. c to give roots With cut hay, or nd ground feed. They should be I md generously treated in winter Dg, and kept in good working con not too fat, but active, strong, and I r. The continued uso of fat-pro- I food ia not suitable for wo...

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 March 1871

toning $tat* journal March 16, 1871 pointed a dentist for that institution, and instructed him te examine the teeth of all the young ladies iv attendance upon it once a week. A lady was recently looking at the chromo of "Tho Birthplace of Whittle*, " wl.'ti .1 bystander remarked that it wai | painted by Thomas Hill. "Oh, yes," said the; "ho painted the Yo Cemeteries 1" A Swiss journil, published at Genova, i ..uly six women— English, two German and one American—had climbed to the summit of Mont Blanc since Jacques Hilmat first made the ascent in 1780. Moved by tho bad spiiit manifestly exUtlng between the Harvard and Yale class crews, a Boston paper remarks that both crews ate moro in need of the aid of piofessois of decorum and etiquette than of athletics. The St Albans (Vt.) Messenger says that there is in that town a herso whese upper lip bears a heavy moustache, fully threo inches in length, which parts in the n.iddle and gracefully curls out on either side in the moat approved ...

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