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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 March 1871

TO ADVERTISERS. [Advertisement* of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be in serted under the proper heading* at TWENTV-FIVB CENTS, for one fnaertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three inaertlons, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE ] CLOTIIIHG. 1871. SPRING. 187 L NOW ON SALB AT DEVLINS't 1007 Main Stroet, opposite Poat-Ofßce, ALL TIIF. LATE STYLES IX GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING AND v FURNISHING GOODS, FOR MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR. The celehratod AMERICAN YOKE SHiaT MADE TO ORDER FROM ALL THB NEW STYLE LINENS, FANCY FRENCH CAMBRICS, ASS CHEVIOT .SHIRTINGS. mh 18—Sm V. S. COLrLrKCTOIt'S bAli-il. TNTBRNAI. REVENUE SALB. Offick Com,_ctok Int. Rkv., 3rd Dist. V* , 1 RICOMOIin, March 28th, 1871. I On THURSDAY. April 6th, 1871, at 12 M., at tho Export Bonded Warehouse erf We. Myers, in the city of Richmond, at public auction, I shall sell the following lots of TOBACCO, Beiited by me for viola tions of tho U. 3 Internal Revenue Laws, and sold under 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. — 29 March 1871

The N'w York Journal of Commerce (free trail-) innocently or unintentionally confesses that "nine-teulhs of the money subscribed to sustaiu the New York Free Trade League corncs from foreigners." Thoso are the men most interested in break ing down the "monopolies" of American labor and Capital. -_*-■ The Grand Temple of Honor aud Tem penneo of Pennsylvania, celebrated their twenty-fifth anniversary at Philadelphia on the 231. Tho report stated that thero were in that Statu one hundred and thirty Bllbor.lin lie and s>cial temples, with a m.iiib'rship of nearly 8,000. The Temple piitl out l.t: t femt $5,546 50 for sick bene fits, and they now have invested for the same purpose nearly $37,000. The Press of Philadelphia, says tho com mittee of thu State Senate now investiga ting the nvthraelta difficulties seem further than ever front a decision. This Demo cratic idea of continuing the disaetrous deadlock five or six weeks, by a ponderous, prolix, arid unnecessary investigation, is a...

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. — 29 March 1871

After Gettysburg. AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL R, E. LEE. Goneral (Confederate) J. D. Imhotlet. writes for the Galaxy an article on Lee at Gettysburg, from wliich wo take tho fol lowing : When night clor,oil upon the grand scene, our army was repulsed. Silence and gloom porvadod our camps. We knew tlmt. the day had gone against us, but tne extent of tbe disaster was Dot known, except in hi<sh quarters. Tho car nage of the day was reported to havo been frightful, but our army was not in retreat, and we all surmised that with to-morrow.. dawn would come a ronewal of the strug gle; and wo knew that if such was the caso those who had not been in the fight would have their full share in the honors and tbe danger of the next day. All folt and appreciated tho momentous conse quences of final defeat or victory on that great field. These considerations made that, to us, ono of those solemn and awful nights that every ono who fought through our long war sometimes experienced before a...

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. — 29 March 1871

THE _K_-Ir}i.ATVß_l. Richmond, March 29, 1871. Senate. Lieutenant Governor Marye in the chair. Prayer l)>" Rev. Henry Wall. Heuat- bill authorizing the trustees of the public schools of the county of James (Sty to collect certain school funds and DM the same for the bentfit of the public free schools of said county, returned from the II use with an amendment in the na ture of a substitute, was taken up, and tabled and made the special order for two o'clock. FREE SCHOOLS IN CITIES. Senate bin BW, introduced yesterday by. Mr. Courtney, to provide a system of public free school, in the cities of the Commonwealth and to amend cjrtain sec tions of the acts establishing a uniform system of publio ftee schools for the Stats, was, on motion of Mr. Snowden, passed under a suspension of tho rules. THK ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS RAILROAD COMPANY. A communication was received from His Excellency Governor Walker returning to (he Senate, Senate bill 283, entitled "an act to author t«* tho...

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. — 30 March 1871

TO ADVERTISERS. [Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or fonr lines, will be ln serti-,1 under the proper heading* at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for ono insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS | three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE 1 AMUSBMKNTS. A" bIT-mliTy H A LL? "" The REGULAR ASSEMBLIES for Skating at tbe above Hall will take place every MONDAY, WED NESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o'clock, every TUEBDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY NIGHTS, at 8 o'clock, and every SATURDAY morn ing at 10. Every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, the Rink will be op on EXCLUSIVELY for gentlemen and youths. The PRICE OF ADMISSION", with Ihe use of Skates, I* 60 cents, for a single ticket, or $3 per doxen. Children, under Ii years of- age, 25 cent*. At the Afternoon Assemblies Ladle* and Boy* will only be charged 25 cent*. mh 7—tf CLOTHING. 1871. ■»****. 187 L NOW ON SALE AT DEVLINS', lOOT Main Street, opposite Post-Office, ALL THE LATE STY...

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. — 30 March 1871

Proposed ii .ni totinl Academy " In Wnslitngton City. TRAINING VtllTll FOR THK CIVIL, SERVICE. A liui'i nti of Education having been estab lished in this city, it is now proposed by seve ral jnurnals that a National Academy be estat* lished in connection with it upon tbe following plan: That throughout the United Statea each congressional district be entitled to send annually one pupil to be educated by the Fed eral government, at a national academy to be established at Washington ; tbat these pupils be selected from boys between the ages of 10 and 14, by a system of coaipetitive examinations, and other things being equal, preference be given in the following order: 1, to orphans of those who have died in the service of the country; 2, toother orphans; 3, to children whose pai ents nre citizens of the United Stales; 4, to any others. That these children be uniformed and edu» cated under tbo supervision of the Board of Education, at the public expense, with the ex press object of tra...

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. — 30 March 1871

Brief pointed letters upon all subjects of pnblic Interest will bo welcome h*re, if WTltten plainly, on one side of the sheet.] Uvufvy—Wlini. t* Richmond Doln_;i To the Editor of the Stale Journal. The Vico-Preaideut of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad has publicly disavowed any contract or deniro to connect his road with the Kichmond dock. Without that connection, none of the freights by that road can take vessels from this port. Grain elevators will bo of no use without them. No graiu will be shipped in bulk, and that trade will paas by us. It ucems that when the amendments to the charter of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad was being acted on in the Legislature, that our commercial wet-nurse (Chamber of Com merce) was soundly sleeping. . X, In publishing tbe above, it is proper that wo should say that tho communica tion., of tho Vice-President of tho Chesa peake and Ohio railroad company to tho City Council, only declares that it is not the purposo of his company to reach the wate...

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. — 30 March 1871

W.i unnilrred l.lvrs. Il,e fisherman walei lv th* surges ; Tbe sa'l'it nils over th* seas ; Th* si IJ.or «t. p* bra* ly to battle, 'Che woodman lajs axe to the trees. They an ouch of the breed of the heroei, gaßThe mauh md attempted In strife ; fining huuils that to lightly to labor, Tho heart* that take comlort la life. • la each is the seed to replenish The world with the vigor it needs— The ren'ro of honest affectioas, Tho impulse cf generou* deeds. Kill tho shark drinks the blood of tho flsh*r | Thi sailor Is dropped iv the sea; | __, Tlie soldier lies cold by his carmen ; The woodman is crushed by hi* tree. Each prodigal life that is wasted In muny sr-hievements unseen, Hut le- gtheni the daye of the coward, And strengthens tho crafty and mean. Thn Wo 11 of the noble II lavlshpd, That the selfish a profit may find ; God sees the live, that are squandered. Anil we to his wis om ere blind. ■ n ■ .. AC.RIC I I, ! I 11 A I. , ■ Undebduainiso.— The advantages aris ing from judicious...

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. — 31 March 1871

(fuming #tote fnmuil PUBLISHED DAI_Y-(B«_d_-. E-oeptod At «!*],■ Hala Htr*.i, Rlctiuio-d, Va The JOURNAL I* delivered to rasacrlbers In the cl _^ ,t tannt Ointsra*. Wm, payablo to the carriers-Thm*. Cam per slnglo copy. P-IOT fob Haiuks.—Throe month* tl TB- ><* month* $8 00; one year ft) 00 ' ™ Tho WMKLY JOURNAL will b. mailed v, , nb •orltrors six months for 75 conts ; on* y«.r, $1 60. TO ADVERTISERS^ — - —_— (Adv.rtljement* of Lost, Want*, Found, Por Rent, Ac, not oxce*ding three or four lines, will be lo «»rte<l under the proper heading, at TWBNTY-FIVE OENTS, for ono lu«ertlon; or two insertions for FOR. TT O-NTB; three Insertions, SIXTY CBNTf-ln. Tarlahly CAgn IN ADVANCE ] -MUSBMI KIV'I'S. a Bsb_Tn_7~_Ti_7~~ __, • Th.REQULAR ASSEMBLIES for gkatln.altb* above Hall will take place every MONDAY wpii S'l--™'! t T>''. T v nUR ? t,AY . •<"« SATUrIuV NUlif tB, at 8 o clock, and every SATURDAY morn ing at 10. Every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT at 8 o clock, th* Rink will be...

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. — 31 March 1871

■»WA It D DAKIEI.iI, EMTOit AND MANAGER. _o 9>9ii lint's Sir**!, liliiimend, Va Ofiioi.il Paper for the Government FIJI DAY KVK'U, MARCH. 31, 1871. senator Lewis, We copy from tho Lynchburg Press, nn extract from A letter written by a promi nent clergyman ot Virginia, who has known our senator from his boyhood, to n Democratic" fiiend. Senator Lewis is one of nature.! noblemen, greater far, in his simple manhood, than by any accident uf cilice. Such nii'i) aa ho dignify placo and honor their constituency : As soon as I arrived here, I called on Senator Lewis nnd found him as obliging- Mini noble-hearted as I have always told you bo is. Indeed, my dear Mr. Editor, you and other editors in Virginia, bave done tbis sena tor great injustice. Although differing from you in politics, he is as true, in heart and aim, to Virginia as any man in her limits. Virginia is hia ninth, r Ststle, the home of his brave ancestry, and where lives to-day all that is dear to him on earth. His wife is ...

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. — 31 March 1871

fdvetttog #tati gwniai FRIDAY EVE'Q, MARCH. 31, 1871. Wlne-Blblng 'Women. The London Lancet ttni Saturday Revi-tv have recontly exposed the growing tenden cy of women in tho higher classes of Eng lish society to indulge in tho uso of alco holic stimulants. The New York Tribune adds its testimony to show that tho vice is not confined to our sisters over the water, but is becoming alarmingly prevalent in that metropolis. At the risk of being con sidered Pharasaical We must observe, in defenco of our Richmond Bnciety, that the phenomena described by our London and New York contemporaries are not visible here. Wo know of no quiot "ladies' res taurants" where "respectable women" re sort for stimulant which is inaccessible at homo, nor have any of our "young, goner ous, lovable girls" yot died from mania a-potu. But listen to tho Tribune : It Is worth onr while to look at homo and see bow this matter stands with us. There is such a sense of chivalry toward the weaker sex and faith in thei...

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. — 31 March 1871

(gwnwfl Stat* jjfowi»f, Friday" EVE'Q, march. 31, mi. IlKl'l'rAl. OF TKST-O-TH. SVKKCII OK HON". CHARLES H. PORTER, or vniofNti, In the House of Reprrirniatlvcs, FBBttt'ißT 1, 1671. Tho Mouse having under consideration tbe joint resolution (S. It. No. 218) prescribing an oath ot office to bo taken by persons who participated in the late rebellion, but who are not disqualified from holding office by tbe fourteenth amendment to tbe constitution of the United States- Mr. Porter said : Mr. Speaker—Yesterday the member from Now York, (Mr. Cox) in discussing this bill, said : "Tho gentleman from Maasacbnsetts shows himself on the march toward a general spirit of kimlnifj and amnesly when he becomes the organ of the committee to present this bill hero. But Ido not beliew, from what I have heard from bim, tbat he has lhat ungentle spirit Ibis afternoon exhibited by tbis member from Richmond, Virginia." No one can fail to observe the discourte sy implied in this remark by the member from 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. — 1 April 1871

Mm *We gamut n DAILY-(Bnnrf» T a Kxoepted M*K ■»•■ Street, Richmond, Va HetTRNAL Is delivered to subscribers in the '■ »•««•« Cikij PIR w»ik, payable to the ■--MA" CiKtii per single copy.' Jl3 00; one year tfl 03 ' "™ m £" e i »«' _"»> for 76 cent.;""*"'*-*' 6t raorassioMAi' oA^?^_„ '• JaJllKllti. J1»0. ». POPB4M ATTORN*** at l *w\ >FIICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING, 1 TIHTB AK> BASS SIBEJXS, RIOBKOWB, Fi., practlc. la the Courts of the State and th * States and before the Court ot Claims and twents at W»»bington. Special attention glv aeee arising under the heveuuo and Dank. 'Uwlol the United States, mil 15-d*wtf :ri« having recently passed a trill providing appointment ol a COMMISSION for the ex- Jon and adjustment of the claims of LOYAL MS oi he South, for stores or supplies taken ■shed during the rebellion for the use of the Including the nee and loss of vessels and boats niplo,. (1 in the military service of the United sad there being many claims of thle descrip web, shoul...

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 April 1871

1 11 \\ \ i: 1> lI»SIF,I.H, ■bitch anh manager. ■o OU'i rssrt* Klr.n. I<l< liuionil. V. Official Paper for the ttovcrnnifiit SATURDAY KVE'O. APRIL, 1, 1871. ' c ii a r lks"Yi7mn]br. — One of Mr. Sumner's numerous biogrr phers, after recounting his early exploits, his triumphs in law, literature, and the brutal assault committed upon him by Brooks, closes the account by remarking that "he is now chairman of the commit tee on foreign affairs." All that was then said is now true, except that ho is not noir the chairman of that committee. "The king is dead: long live tho king!" The fact of the removal is unimportant, although the reason for it may be worthy of some consideration—not, however, be cause it is Mr. Snmuer who falls, but be cause it is a well kuown and greatly dis tinguished Ropublican who has given placo to another, alike well known and distinguished. Mr. Sumner was a ripe scholar, an able eJitor, a practiced debator, and a distin guished philanthropist, when, in 1...

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 April 1871

The Central Fresbylcnan, pumisiieu ■« this city, is a large and - handsome weekly, devoted to religious intelligence, literary, scientific and agricultural reading. To sliDgy church members we comraond the admirable letter of William Witness to Colonel Cloaefist, of Leanville, treasurer of the church of that placo. It is too true to be a caricature of so many churches in the country: Leanville Manse, March, 1871. dot. CttwerW—Dear Sir—As you have long been a member of tho Presbyterian church, and have, iv a certain way, been a i great benefactor of its ministers, it is meet j that you, and others like you, should be , informed of the great advantages daily ac- ' cruiDg to tho reverend clergy from the , course pursued, with so much constancy, by that large body of Christians of which ] you are a faithful representative. i I learn from your pastor, at whose house | I am now sojourning, that ho will tsoon bo i compelled to leave the church in which , you are an elder, and of which you ...

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 April 1871

SATURDAY. EVR'O, APRIL 1, 1871. __ i il!ll; ITIKS. < Why is the wotld like a piano? Be cause it is full of sharp 9 and flats! Josh Rilling uttered a great truth when ho said : "lie who by his biz would rive, miut either bust or advertise." An apotltecray lately sent in a bill to a widow litdy, which ran thus : "To curiDg your husband till he died 1" Tho man who, by a mistake, took a drink from a bottle of mucilage, says ho has felt "stuck up" ever since. Reason requires culture 11 ei[aid i': It resembles ths lire concealed in the flint, which only shows itself when struck with tho steel. A rich upstart a pour persjn if he had any idea of the advantages arising from riches. "I believe they give a rogue an advantage over an honest maD," was tho answer. A street in Peoria, 111., which about a year ago was called Turtle Dovo avenue, on account of the number of newly-married couples living iv it (it is reportod), is now known as Nursery row. A shopkeeper having advertised his stock 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. — 3 April 1871

TO AI)yEr.TTSEKS. • [Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, 4c, not exceeding threo or four lines, will be In serted under the ptopor headings at TWENTY-FIVE 08NT8, for one insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—in variably CASH IN ADVANCE] IjtUT N B W YOB X . 1-^j± Th.OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S elegant side-wheol «■■ BaW •teamshlp WYANOKB, Captain Boonns, will leaf, her wharf, at Rocketts on TUKSDAY, April 4th, at 2 o'clock P. M. Freight received until 1 P. M. Through bills of lading signed, and goods for warded with dispatch to all points—north, south, east and wost. Clos. connections made with Cunnrd line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare » l J g Steerage J 99 Round Trip Ticket. 20 00 lor freight WYATT, Agent, _p 3 n No. S Governor street. -p»OR NBW YORK. ■f-'All The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP ai' ,K '-_J&__{BB_ PACKET COMPANY'S elegant steam MWffBSSsW ■hip GROW IB B. UPTON, C.ptaln RoBiaTS, wll loave h...

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 April 1871

![ Written for the Jo umal ] (taiilriis-llotv to Save Labor, !i a great number of large tracts of iavo been cut up and sold off for farms in Virginia, dining tho last the formation of new gardens is a ily, Which must be considered. As iceaatfy is now In existence, it is the of Ibid j iuru.il to thrown as much nd offer as much experience on the t as it possibly can. greit idea to be pondered is tbe oy of labor ; for it must bo 'admit >( the man who produces most with n amount if labor, all things being is necessarily the successful one. subject which would fill a volume, ; bo discussed here. A single idea' :ted with it will be considered, and tt will be said is tbo result of expo , we hope, at least, some of the s of this Journal will have faith and rfitOtl. form, in shape of a garden, has to do with the quantity of vegeta hat a garden will produco from a amount of labor, aud as land for a i on a fnrtn is always more abur. han labor, the form which conduces lomy of labor should bo...

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 April 1871

Alleged Barbarities in Cuba.—A dispatch from Havana, dated the 29th nit., Bays: A rumor prevails here, which ia gener ally credited, that tho volunteers in the neighborhood of San Joan Hemodios roast ed a man alive, first running n stake thTough hia body. It is said that tlio vol unteers were caught by Spanish ofticera while engaged in tho act. Tho outrage has greatly Incensed tho people, and many murders on both sides have resulted. An American gentleman stopping at a hotel ono day in tho beginning of the week, heard of two volunteera being murdered in their beds in a singlo night. Four hundred persons, mostly negroes, who had recently surrendered at Puerto Principe, have returned to tho woods, im pelled by hunger. They thought it pre ferable to die by Spanish bullets than from want or tho small-pox, which ia raging fearfully. A few woro sei/.ed while at tempting to escape. A Spanish gunboat left Suuday for Nas sau with two persons ou board intended for spies upon the expedition ex...

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 April 1871

i.l J UN uieia.M.iir WUITTIIV. The harp at Saturn's advent .tiling, Has hover coated to play; Thu song the stars of morning sung, BM never died away. And prsoer is made and praise is given By all things near and far ; The ocean tookoth up to heaven Aud mirrors every stur. Its wcves are kneeling on the sand, As line-e's the human knee— Their white locks bowing to the strand, The priesthood uf tbo sea. They pour their glittering treasures forth ; Their gifts of pearl they bring ; And nil the listening hills of oartb Take up the song they sing. Tho blue sky is tho temple's arch. Its transept, earth and air ; . The music, of the starry march, The chorus of a prayer. So Nature keeps the reverent frame VV'tli which fur years begaa. And all her signs and voices shstu. The prajerless heart of man. Wrincino a Minister's Neck.—There ia nothing bettor calculated to irritate a person and cause a display of angry pas sions than tha practice of late indulged in excessively by mischievous urchins,...

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