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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 April 1871

- AUCTION SALES. By Isbell A Son, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, Eleventh street, betweeu Main and Bank. VERY DESIRABLE AND ATTRACTIVE COT TAGE REBIDRNOB, ABOUT TWO SQUARES fBI OF BUCHANAN SPRINB.ON THB CORN ER OF CLAY AND KENNY STREETS, FOR BALE AT AUCTION.—At the request of the owner, who Intends removing frcm the city, will be sold at auc tion, upon the premises, oa WEDNESDAY, the Mb day of April, 1871, at 6 o'clock P. M., that very de sireble ami attractive COTTAGE RESIDENCE situ ated and belxg as abuvo stated. The Improvements consist if a pretty OOTTAOB DWELLING with four large rcoms, large hall, several large closets, front end rear porches, all ne cessary out-houses, front yard tastefully laid out and beautifully decorated with shrubbery and ever greens, and a well of good water, with patent fix ture, on the premises; and on tbe rear of the pre mises is a two-stnry stablo with four stalls; cow acd wagon sheds, well enclosed. The 10-. fronts 40 feet on Clay street and ru...

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 April 1871

€venmg State gamnat. ED War D DANIELS, ■MTOB AND MANAGER. No Hata ««ra«t, Richmond, Va OlHclal P.tper for .the Government- TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 1871. Plant a Graph Vine.—lt is not yet too late to plant grapo vines. Whoever has a single square red of ground can grow a grape vine. It is but a half hour's work to sat if, and odd moments will suffico to culti vate and train it. No expensive labor is needed. Train it over tho fence and out buildings, and upon tho walls, and- oven roof of tho house, if tho latter be of slate, tin or composition. It is surprising what largo areas a singlo vine will cover if well planted, cultivated and fed with ashes, soap sud*, and the wasto of the houßa generally. Tn ten years a single vine can bo made to cover a four-story bouse, and its fruit will pay tho annual interest on a hundred dollars if sold. Nothing can be more graceful than the shade cover ing the open porches in summer, or more beautiful than the graceful foliage and cluster of gold and...

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 April 1871

Tox-cbasroVwbioh DM Pl«t speaks cheerful English visitors climbed ie ir mules rind crossed the navy-yard ridge to accept Mr. Suit's invitation — iut the American element, disliking thoir ativo moisture, went in a surly way in Kes, or declined through tbe post. Suit is a man bolow the middle ago, ade an apparent fortune by banking i Richmond, Virginia, and by dealing in E-„..„, ty whisky . Ho is said to posses ousand acres of poor land and a uao five miles beyond tho Anacoa- FASIIIONABLE LUNCnES. lies aro the fashion, and tho absence makes them especially delightful. I t is a sort of declaration of independence rom the women just now. "Yes," said -Irs. Jodcs, "there is one thing toe can do without the assistance of men —oat a lunch. Ye are all tho better for not having the ords of creation bowing to us and making relieve they are waiting upon us when hey are taking the largest oysters and the idlest spoons of salad fur themselves.' Mrs. Olin, the accomplished wife of the le, on Thurs...

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 April 1871

Wlin did the Prophet's holy work, As I'.atia n! Jerusalem. Ho hid a duuglit' r, sweet and smirk ; C duplexi"ii fair, and dark Iduo hair ; With naught ah.rut her like a Turk, Kxc-pt the name, Ka f,„./.le-iim. A youth rosided near to she ; Ills uanin was Sam, a perfect lamb; He was ef ancient pedigree, And came from old Methusalem. He drove a trade and prospered wo'l, In skius of cats and ancient hats ; And tinging at tho DibaV bell He srvw aud loved Ka-foozlo lira. If Sam hud been a Mussulman, . He tulirht have sold the Baba old, And wl b n i ■■■*» of Alcoran dam managed to bamboozle him ; Hut, nil dear, sir' he tried to schome, - Passed one miJil late the area gate, And stole up to the Turk's harem, To c irry od' Ka-foczle urn. Th,i II ilr i was sbml to smoke ; I His slavei rushed in with a horrid din, "Marshalla! dogs youc house hove trrokf; Uorae down, my lord, and toozle em I" The Baba wreat'ued his face in smiles, Came down the stair and witnossed there The gent'o i ou in three ...

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. — 5 April 1871

rTsJSammmraMaaaa. ——a———a—■ (Ewnittfl ftat* frontal. v PUBLISHED DAILY— (Sundays Excepted At Malis 81rest, Richmond, Va The JOURNAL Is delivered to subscrlliers ln the city at FiriEiif Cnnrn Win, payoblo to the carriers—Tnaia Cliffs per single copy. Paifll for Manure.—Three months $1 T6; six ninths 13 00; one year to 00 ITie WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub' •orlbers six months for 75 cents; one year, tl 69. TO ADVgRTISERS. [Advertisements or Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, uot exceeding three or four lines, will be In serted undor tho proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, BTXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE ] «=». si «* ■ ■pOR NBW YORK. AiaatisßsssWi The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP and tTr3t3Hi» PACKET COMPANY'S elegant steam KffISUSH* ship WILLIAM P. CLYDE, Captain PARKta, will leave ber wha>f at Rocketts on FRIDAY, April 7th, at 6P. Id. Freight received up ts the hour of sailing. Closo connections and t...

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. — 5 April 1871

v it i *m \. KDWAItD DANI Kb « ( EDITOR AND MANAGER. ■ o Otai, Main utreat, Ktr.hmond, Va | orniial Paper for the Government WEDNESDAY KVKN'tf, APRILS,IB7I. I - l.li-i ioua Connecticut ! We are uot in the habit of indulging in confident anticipations as to the result of eloctons, and, true to our rule, wo did not predict a Republican triumph in Connecti cut. Wo knew the battle was to be a hotly-confuted out', and that it was uncer tain on whoM banners victory would perch ; but tho result was not entirely un expected. The Stale has beeu uncertain of late years, and has change 1 about at each annual election. This Bpring it wag Jew ell's turn. The Democrats, on Ihe other lmiil, were unusually confident. The saw in the differences between the Repu lican leaders—the New Hampshire defea and other healthy signs of lifo and vigor indications of decay. Their disappoin merit will be all the more bitter, and ou elevation all the greater. We claim this grand triumph as a vln dication of the po...

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. — 5 April 1871

tho ffirmers generally, than any other by wet ploughing, a wonl or two of advice will be appropriate, and, wo hope, useful. There is a common remark which Ins found its way throughout the country, and ia, probably, credited everywhere, that tho waste lands which aro now seen through out Virginia, laying idle iv their hideout dress of broom-sage, briars, &c, were brought to this unsightly and profitless condition by being cultivated in tobacco. There never was a greater mistake, fo there is evidenco on record from the pen of the most experienced and reliable gen tlemen in the land, proving clearly that to bacco—nt least so far as ceroals aro con cerned—is an improver of the soil. This point will not be discussed here, for the experiments and reports of these gentle men aro certainly worth more than any theory or opinion which might be ad vanced. But there k a causo for this waste and sterility of soil in tho country, particularly Virginia, which, of enmrse, there was a cause for,...

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. — 5 April 1871

The 1.0-t Child. [The following (xqui-it-1 j simple Tenet, from the pen of an "unknown,'" wilt touch tho heart of every father and mother :] The chill NoTember day was done, The working world home faring; The wind came roaring through the str.ets, And sit tho gas lights Hiring ; And hopelensiv and aimlessly The sea ed old leavss were flying : When, mingled with the sighirg wind, 1 heard a small voice crying. | And *>hivoring on the corner »■; . .1 A child of Issjf or over, No chiak nor hat ber small, soft anus And wind bbiwn curls to cover. I!er dimpled lie was stained with tears; afar round blue eyes ran over ; Sb« ehartshe \ la her wee, colß hand, A bunch ct tttts. clover. Aud c ne hand around her treasure, while She eltppe • in mine the other; Ball scared, half confidential, said, "tlh ! please, 1 w int my mother." "Tell me yonr street and number, pet j , Don't cry, I'll takJyou to It." Sobbing, Rho answered,"! forget; Tho organ made mo do it. Be came and played at Mllly's ste...

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. — 6 April 1871

■ASSIGN XX SAbRS. OP VALUABLE LAND IN YORK COUNTr, VA. By virtue of an order of the DLitrict Court of tha United States for the District ftf Virginia, made the 4th day of April, 1871, I shall, an nsiguce of Gej. W. Bryan, buikrupt, sell at public auction,at the door off the Custom-Houso, in the city of Richmond, Wednesday, tbo 26th day of April, 1871. commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., all the right, title and Interest of siid bankrupt initio following de ■cribed TRACTS of LAND, surrendered by said Geo. W. Bryan In bankruptcy, to-wit : TRACT No. I—Two hundred and eleven e*r<s ot land, situated in York oounty, on the main roal from York tow ii to Williamsburg, about fire miles irom Yerktown, bounded a* follow*.:—on the north by iho lands of Jai. H. Kirby'n, west by W. H. WotetTs, touth by T. 0. Newman's, aud tr.t by W. B. Moore's, with good Improvement] thereon. No. 2—TRACT of WOOD LAND, c timated at four acres, with old mill-pond therein. No. 3—TRACT of LAND, eighty-three acres more...

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. — 6 April 1871

(Evcnmfl jPtate gmmwlj! EIJW An D DANIELS, CHIOS AND MANAGER. M<. OiRU Main Street, Richmond, V« I OMiiial Paper for the (iorernment THURSDAY EVKN'G, ATRIITe, 1871. THE SAN DOMINGO TREATY, MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT GRANT. The following important message of the PrtMilcnt of the United States was sent to both Houses of Congress yesterday morn ing : I havo tho honor to submit herewith to tho two Houses of Congress the report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of a joint resolution approved January 12th, 1871. It will be observed that this report more than sustains all that I have heretofore said in regard to the produc tiveness and healthfttlness of the Republic of San Domingo, of the unanimity of the people aud of their peaceable character. It is due to the'public, as it cortainly is to myself, that I should here givo all tho cir cumstances which first led to the negotia tion of a treaty fir the annexation of the Republic of Sail Domingo to the United States. When I accepted th...

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. — 6 April 1871

Potomac Fruit-Grower*. The Potomac Fruit-Growers' association met Tuesday, in Washington, at Iho board of trade rooms, Judge Gray in the chair, and 0. 11. Folsom secretary. Before tlio meeting was called to order, Mr. John D. Clagett called tho attention of the mem bers present to some nativo wine, and do aired their opinion as to its name and quality. It was pronounced to be most excellent ifl flavor, and all were astonished to find it blackberry wine of last year's manufacture, from tho "Lawton" stock, and strictly pure. It was said to be of the Madeira order by good judges, and that age would make it a superior wine. Mr. Clagett designs tho coming season to enter quite largely into its manufacture. There were present Vice-Presidents Friend C. Gillingham and Major John H. King and the members of the several Com mittees. • r, , XV T a A letter was received from Mr. J.S. Ttmberlake acknowledging tho attention of the association in reply to his inquiries. Also, one from Dr. Dnrby 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. — 6 April 1871

lii sen.ml Days. BT JOHN O. WHITTI**.. IHfll siti the school liniue by the road, A racgeil bagnj sunning; Around it still th. sumac* grow, And I'lnckbei ry vines are running. Within, iho master's desk lateen, Deep scarred by raps official; Th* warping floor, Iho battered peate, The jock knife's carved initial. The charcoal fr iscce. on ita wall; Its door's worn still betraying The feet that creeping slaw to school, Went storming out to playing. Long y:lira ago a winter sun • Shone ov.r it at setting; Lit units western window panes, Ami low eaves' Icy feelting. It touched the go'den tangled curl., And lrrorrn eye.full of grieving,J Of ono who still hor step* delayed W-tiiin all Ihe school wore leaving. For near her stood the littiobcy H.r childish favor singled; His rap pulli-d low upon a face Where pride aai ahatno were mingle.. Piishinjr v ith restless feet the Bnow To right and ltrfr, ho lingored ; Aa rest'essiy her liny hands The bluo cheeked apron lingered. He saw h.r lift her e...

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. — 7 April 1871

TO ADVERTISERS" [Advertisement* of I««t, Want*, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four line*, will b« In ..rted under the proper heading, at TWENTY-FIVE. OMITS, for one insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TT CENTS; threo Innortion*, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] court tiHimim UInPTED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THB Western District *f Virginia, at Abingdon—ln The act of Congtesi approved March 2d, 1867, hav ing iequir*d alt such adverti«*mont. as may be or dered by any U. B. Court, or Judge thereof, or by any officer of auch court, to be publlrhed In one or nioie i. «w*papers designated by the clerk of the II inine of Representatives, by virtuo of said eot, for the rpubli ratlon tf the laws and treaties; and having been offi cially notified by *si<l clerk, under date ot 22d ln*t., that he had, on tho Bth Instant, seleoted for that pur pose Tni Staii JouaBAL, Richmond, and the "Na tional Virginian," Richmond, I do accordingly re scind the order heietofore male...

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. — 7 April 1871

_____ i ALLEGORICAL TREE—APPLE BUTTER —THE BEARING YEAR — PRUNING, &C. At the April meeting of the Potomac Fruit Growers' Association, tho following pa psr was read by Mr. Ohalkley Gilling -1 am, which was ordered to be printed. THE APPLE. "This is tho world renowned fruit of temperate climates, says A. I. Downing. From the most remote periods it has been the subject of praise among writers and poets, and the old mycologists all endorse its fruit with wonderful virtues." It is in the common English language "the Apple," I'yrus Mains and Rosaccas of the Botanists, Pommier of the French, Ap felbaum of thoGerman, Apfelof the Dutch, Melo promo. Italian, and Manzana, Span ish. "Among the heathen gods of tbe north there were apples fabled to possess the power of conferring immortality, which were carefully watched over by the God dei-s Iduma and kept for the especial desert of the gods who felt themselves growing old. THE ALEGORICAL TREE of knowledge bore apples and tho cele brated go...

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. — 7 April 1871

Description of Londoun ConnO'i va. MONROE'S COUNTRY SEAT OF OAK HALL NEW NORTHERN SETTLERS— PRICE OF LAND—THE QUARRIES— LIST OF LAROE ESTATES, ETC. [Correspondence of Tbe Capitol.] I cravo space for a communication on the subject of Loudoun county, Virginia. THE COUNTY SUTLINED. The ignoranco of one of the most boau tiful regions of tho United States is attri butable, doubtless, to tbe fact that until very recently tho only means of communi cation with It was by tho Georgetown and Winchester turnpike, over which, "aforde war," the prodnots of tho county found their way to market in the old-fasbionod covered wagons drawn by six stout horses with their "jangling bells." The oounty is now reached, however, by the Washington and Ohio railroad, which is completed and in active operation from Alexandria into the center of Loudoun county, a distance of forty-five miles, and which road, under the energetic manage ment of my friend Lewis McKenzie, is to be soon pushed forward to the Ohio riv...

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. — 7 April 1871

N.tuto's sweet bloom to meet! tviien f..le from cb.ok aud lip these tints of morning, Ord lots them bloom wilhin—the «onl adoruiug. I love to sic the light of faith on facts Wbonce youthful team hath fl*d ; There I* true grandeur In the growth or gracet When earthly ptida lies dea .: And beautiful a* thought of snow in summer, Aro those whoso si ver crown brings love and honor . 1 l.ivo to so* truth's mirror set in arches Where soul-full eye* look forth, Reflecting all the glory of life's marches He .veuwaiil, from oarlh : Dark day. of care, deepened with midnight sorrow, God* hand uplift* to His eternal morrow I I love to see in growth of heavenly grace* What suits our human ueeds : Sweet fliwers of love—along life* desert placet, From bloom of noble deeds— The siiont dew mere blesses than the river, Aud more than gilt, "God loves the eheerlul giv.r." But, bust of all. 1 love the rare completeness Ol Love, true to it* own I Tbe music of a son*; whoso native swootnoss Lives in the r...

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. — 8 April 1871

TO ADVERTISE RS. [Adv*rti»om*nta of Lost, Want*, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will ho In •erted under the proper headings at TW KNTV-FIVB OKNTS, for one insertion; or two inset lions for FOR TY CENTB; three insertions, SIXTY OBNTS—in variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] AHlllwllKMTli7~ A SSI MB LV HALL. Tho REGULAR ASSEMBLIES for Skating at the abov* Hall will take plac* every MONDAY, WED NESDAY am) FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at * o'clock, •very TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY NIOHTB, at 8 o'clock, and every SATURDAY morn ing at 10. Every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, the Itinl: will lie open EXCLUSIVELY for gentlemen and youths. The PRIOE OF ADMISSION, with the use of Skates, Is 60 cents, for a slngl* ticket, or $3 per doren. Children, nuder |r year* ot age, 2b cents. At tho Afternoon Assemblies Ladles and Roys will only be charged 2b cents. mh 7 —tf MARSHAL'S NOTICES. 261—Revenue. DISTRICT COUKT OF THE UNITED States for the Eastern District of Va. To all whom ...

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. — 8 April 1871

BY J. Q. A. WARREN. Uutil within a few years, the silk pro ducers of Europe have been almost en tirely dependent on the mulberry worm ; but now a new and friendly rival has ap peared, which bids fair to tako a very prominent place in European sericulture, and must naturally, from its wonderfully hardy proclivities, be largely introducedi and successfully cultivated, in the United States. For the past ten years, the diseases among the silk-worms in France aod Italy, have occasioned a wide and earnest discussion on the subject of introducing other worms to take their place. The epidemic known as "la gallineo" spread with "such rapidity, that the French gov ernment took the matter into serious con sideration, and appointed a scientific com mission, with instructions for a thorough inquiry upon the following points: 1. The modes of introducing new races of tho Bombyx-Mori, for the purposo of improving the degenerate stock. 2. Of the best methods for arresting the spread of the epidemic....

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. — 8 April 1871

Ist rvi»a* nuauiisu. I.llllr ( hurcli Around the Corner." BT DAVID WALK, ining sermon was delivered ia Metn ., Feb. sth, to a,crowded auditory. tnfully with some evils and wrongs rhlch the pulpit is altogether too re we, therefore, take great pleasure it publicity.— Ed. Standard.] the most pregnant and sugges of the hour is, undoubtedly, the nd unexpected notoriety of the irch around tho corner." I havo here to-night to talk about the eh around the cornor, which hap i located in the city of New Yolk; principle which I conceive to bo in its peculiar and unexampled io. I proposo to include in my aw, all the little churches around ners of all the towns aod cities t. I propose to hold up all the ;hes around all the corners of all and cities of our country, in con all tho big churches in all tho lues and fashionable streets of all and cities of this freo and indo ition. ise to demonstrate the fact that is called "society" among us is a mere fashionable append lat it is tolerated only as ...

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. — 8 April 1871

Terrible Riot In Pennsylvania. RIOTERS IN ARMS—MINES AND RAILROADS BLOWN UP—THE MILITIA CALLED OUT. . Dispatches from Scranton, Pa., give somo particulars of a terrible riot among the miners at that place. We publish the following : A band of five hundred men, armed with muskets, clubs, ami revolvers, visited Tripp's mine, in Scranton, Friday morn ing, and prevented the workmen from entering it. Three miners employed at the work were shot dead in cold blood by the mob, and others beaten with stones so that they will probably die. Friday night, Morris & Week's retail coal works, in Scranton, were town down, most of their mines blown up, and the railroad track torn up. A later dispatch says : The outrages commenced Thursday afternoon about 2 o'clock, when a Urge body of miners and boys from other mines congregated at Tripp's Slope, and assault ed with stones and clubs the men at work in that place, stopping the work. It is reported on the streets that a large body of miners, numbe...

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