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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 10 April 1871

TO ADVERTISERS. [ Advertisement* of Lost, W*nts, Found, Fof Rent t Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be in serted under tha proper heading* at TWENTY-FIVI CENTS, for ono Insertion; or two insertions for FOR TV CENTS; thro* Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—In variably CASH IN ADVANCE ] AHUSKHKNTS. T7 IRGINIA iKllT™ WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL It, 1971. PROF. J O II ■ \ O G A It, OF SSW TURK, Will commence.a series of locturss on pnRKNOLCGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, PHYSIOLOGY and the application of tbeir sciences to the study o: character, education, business, bealtb and beauty— Love, Courtship and Marriage. These subjects will bo illnstrated with 400 paint logs, representing all shades of character, from tbe lowest grades ol animal lrlei to the highest order ol human excellence. In Albany, Utlca, Now Haven,Hartford,Providence, Lowell, Newark, Trenton, and must erf the large ci ties of the West, these lectures havo beeu listened to by audiences ranging from 500 to 3,000 people. Admission free the ...

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. — 10 April 1871

fioiNo Ahead. —The Columbus (Ga.) merchants paid taxes ou sales to the amount of $4,500,000 during tho year ISO!), The books for 1870 show $4,000, --000 worth of poods sold. ■ . ■ Telegraph in the Valley.—Mr. G, K. Rrigham, of the Virginia Telegraph company, has completed tho line from Washington to Harrisonburg, Virginia. It was opened for the transmission of mes sigos to-day. — 4*. Senator Lewis.—The Shenandoah De mocrat says ; "Senator Lewis is said to be io well pleased with Washington city as a residence that he has sold out all his stock and farming implements, aud has leased his farm for three years, with a view of re maining at the capital during that timo, if no longer." 4*. " The Tresidknt has given up his pro posed ttip ta the Pacific slope on account .of tha continuance of tho session! of Con gress. He will remain in Washington un til about the middle of Juno or the first of July, when ho will go to Long Branch to spend the summer with his family. • Japanese at West Poin...

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. — 10 April 1871

SPEECH OF nON. JAMES H. PLATT. Mr. Speaker, is there any ono who be lieves that were this thing reversed, and those outrages which aro being committed upon the friends of tho administration in the Southern States wero committed by Republicans upon Democrats iv Demo cratic States—with a Democratic majority in both branches of Congress, a Demo cratic President and an army and Davy in their hands—that a Democratic Congress would fail to Ond constitutional warrant for extending protection to their friends, although the State authorities, through weakness, treachery or cowardice, should fail to call for assistance from the general governrrrent ? The whole history of that party forbids such a supposition ; and in their days of power they gave us a prece dent which is sufficient justification to me for tho vote.-; I shall givo ou this bill and such amendments as may be offered. Is there any gentleman on the Democratic sido of this House who is willing to admit j that the fugitive slave law...

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. — 10 April 1871

- • ~— ■'"" K,n *' nr aaaanaata. This ia the r**d tbe dead niuaiclan dropped, Willi luneful magi, in ita sheath atlll hidden ; The prompt allegro or its music stoppe 1, It* melodies uubijden. But who -hall finish tbe unfinished atralu. Or wrrke th* Instrument to awe and wonder, And bid th* llender barrel br*athe again— An organ-pipe of thunder t Ul» pen I what humbler memories cling about It* golden curves; what sins pcs and laughing grace* g|ip'i*d from ita point when hi* full heart w*nt out In rTiii es and courtly phrases. The truth half jesting, half In eameat flung— The word of cheer, with recognition in it; The note of amis whose golden *p«ach outrung The golden gift within it. But all in vain the enchanter's wand we wave; No stroke of ou'B recall* his magic vißiou : The incantation that its power gave Bleeps with tha de..l magician. BRKVITIKS. A Milwaukee man advertises for a wife, and "don't cara if ehe iB aa homely as a stump fence." Peppermint-scented lard is the favorite p...

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. — 11 April 1871

* mat-*: ..JBtm^^^m^mmm^^mm^^^^^^^^ (Jhvutog £tete journal. n PUfiIiISUED DAILY-(Bundays Kxoepted At Hill!; Msla H»r.*i, Rlehmeait, V* The JOURNAL ts delivered to subscrlhnri In th* city at limn Obntsfsb Wise, payable to the carriers—Torsi Cints per single copy. Paid roa Maiuiio.—Three months tl lb; sl» - month* $3 00; one year to 00 rins WEEKLY JOURNAL will he mailed to *ub sorlber* six months for 75 cent*; one year, $1 SO. AMI SK.ISK.Vrs. »MRUINIA HALL I , WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1871. i PROP. JOHN LOGAN, or mv ioek, I Will commence a series of lecture* on , PHRENOLOGY, j PHYSIOGNOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ' and the application ol the science* to the study ol character, education, buaiueHS, health aud beauty- Love, Oonrtshlp and Marriage, The**subject* will be illustrated wilh 400 paint- ' lug*, representing all shades of character, from Iho lowest grade* of animal life to tbo highest oriler of human excellence. • I In Albany, Uticu, Now Haven.Hartford.Provideuoe, Lowell, Newark, Trent...

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 April 1871

I IU 1) W Alt l> 11 A%IK 1. X , EbITOR AND .Nt AN All Kit. Is VMM ■"»'" S'r**t, Hlchmond, Va (initial Paper Tor the Government TUESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 11, l»7l". | A jolly set of fellows are the Pennsyl vania miners. They should be sent to I France, for they would meet congenial I spirits thero. Books about "besieged Paris" may soon bo expected. A largo number are already announced as iv press by the various pub lishers. Philadelphia is working hard to have tbe capital of tho State removed from Harrisburg to that city. We trust it may be successful. ] * l "Maryland, my Maryland," deserts the i old slaveholders' party. Honor to Annapolis. "Tho colored troops fought bravely." .» It is now held that George Washington was more of a father than is generally be lieved. His country was not his only — , i*i I There is a colored individual in Boston who writes to tho Post, of that city, that he Is a Democrat, but that he "don't like to be called 'nigger' and 'darkey.' " » I President Grant'...

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 April 1871

I3DAY EVEN'O, APRIL 11, 1871. Restoration of Old l.niid-, ) Petersburg Mm has the following ile remarks upon tho renewal of t goncral thing, our lands have been rsed and worked very much aftor tho ir of tho poor horse. A few nub i day and scanty supply of fodder been deemed sufficient to keep him aud one or two hundred pounds of late—grudgingly bestowed at tbat— :en relied on for tho production of j throe crops, courso we would recommend as be- I ictual for making poor land rich in ortest timo is something liko this : first place lime tho land at Iho rate bushels to the acre, spreading in ing on a field to be plowed in the • in the fall to bo plowed in the Limo requires exposure to tho air ■eral mouths in order to re-absorb bonic acid expelled by burning. If in the fall wo may suppose thero -able mattor enough in the laud on it can act. Then lay it down in eat with 350 lbs. of phosphate— i. would bo bettor—to the acre, i the Bpring seed to clover. At a mation tho crop of whoat may b...

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 April 1871

beautiful hjmoa of Heber, Ihe Wesleys, Dr. Watts and Kirk White, can have little idea of what our (treat-great grandfathers sung. In tho collection of Sternhold and Hopkins, 15ri0, we havo the following paraphrases or Scripture, which must appear to every one now as ludi crous in Ihe extreme: Why dost withdraw thy h iud aback And hide it in thy lap? 0 pluck It out and be not slack To give thy foes a rap. The race Is not unto the man That can the fastest run, Nor the battle to the people Who Bhoot with the longest gnu. To whosoever wicked Is, An enemy Is to the Lord- Shall quaile, yea melt even as a lamb s grease Or smoke that Hies abroad. The righteous shall his Borrows Bean, And laugh at him. aud aay behold ' What haa become of this here mau, That on his riches was so bold ! All hail I ihou gloi ious sun I Bright as a new tin-pan, Tho roundest, purest, surest sourco, Of bread aud cheese to mau. The Uermsn Peace Ce*.etorMlon In Wnslllllljleu A SUPERB DEMONSTRATION —INTF.RF.STINO DES...

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. — 12 April 1871

-LItUiKD DAlLY—(Sundays Excepted •.'l'*;<; Hatm Street, Richmond. V* * JOURNAL I* delivered to an'rscrlV-ors ln tbe *t Fimit) cirvTS ran Win, payable to tn* •rs—Tiuin Crura por single copy. * id Fin Mirjusa. — Three month* tl Tf itx h* t3 00 j one year t(l 00 c WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to ant • orlber* alt months for 7.1 cents; en* year, tl fit). DIED. UEORGE—On the evening of Ilia 11th iut-t. afior a brl*r lllr.es-, SAMUEL GEORGE, only child ol Mftchel and Knmra P. George.aged one year and aercn mon tba. Buffer littfechtldren to cm* ante ni«, and forbid I them not, for such la tho Kingdom of lie;.v -n. Th* funeral will tak* place TO MORROW tThura day] EVENING, tit 3 o'clock,from ita father* lf*l dsnee, on Seven'h street, between Leigh and M. Friends and acquaintance* are invited to attend with outfurther noil-I<. • THE CAPITA L, THE NEW WASHINGTON CITY JOURNAL, DON I'IATT ABU GEO. ALFRED TOWN9END, A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATURE, SOCIETY AND NEWS. ' INDEP...

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. — 12 April 1871

If every broom and bucket, if every barrel and nail, if every paper of starch and ball of twine is to bo imported from abroad, Richmond cannjt hopo to rival the markets around her. Nor is it enough that articles should bo manufactured here; they must be sought for by our own mer chants, and preferred, all things being equal, to similar articles made elsewhere. To do this is the object of association. Not only must manufactures prevail in Rich mond, but they must be known, and their reputation must find trumpeters. A man must not ask of his commission merchant or factor where such and such articles can be had, without being instantly and promptly answered. The maker must learn to wait upon the dealer, and urge him lo lend -bis assistance and support. It will not answer for the manufacturer to put bis card into the corner of a newspaper, and thon sit idly waiting to bo called on for the product of his iudustry. He must use exertion to divert the trade of dealers in the city from the o...

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. — 12 April 1871

e^—^— ■i ■ ■ v. Lime as a Fertilizer—Culture and Management of small Fruit*. Among the papers read before tho Poto mac Fruit Growers' Association'moating ir March, was ono by Prof. T. Taylor, chair man of the scientific committee, upon LIME with valuable and interesting experiments, practically of service to fruit growers, show ing ita combinations and application to agriculture. He commenced by stating that puro lime was the oxide of calcium, a metal, and constituted what is known as caustic lime; by exposure to the atmosphere it becomes carbonate of lime, by the absorp tion of carbonic acid. When sulphuric acid comes in contact with it, it becomes sulphate of lime, or plaster ot paris. Caustic lime is valuable when properly applied ; it neutralizes all free acids, sweet ening the soil; it decomposes all vegetable and animal matter, and may, therefore, be employed to advantage in preparing muck, crude, peaty, and other vegetable matter, such as roots and woody fibres for fertiliz i...

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. — 12 April 1871

I 111 illlll.l.tS I,i _; ISI.II 111 IT 1131 IU 'II palatal an act ngutattnf tbe co:n|ietiaatiou of railways in tbtt State for tlio transput- r tati'm of piissi'nerors. It divides tho rail- l MAiis into four classes, according to tlio S Sri'S's amount of their lespective earnings, ' anil (lion fixes tho maximum rate of J BtaffMi viz : Class A, to include all rail- , roftdri wboM uro.ss anuu.il Mrnlttgl per t (Bile .-hall be $10,000, two and a half cents [ per mile ; tlasa 11, earnings per mile, ' $8,000, or auy sum in excess thereof less t than SIO.OOO, three cents per mile; class i (.', oartiioiiri per mile $4 000, or leas than i $8,000, four cents per mile; class I>, cam- ' ings per mile less than $4 000, four cents ] per mile. Children tinder twelve years of ago ore to be charged only half rates, aud ten cents may be addod to the fare ol any passenger when the same is paid upon the ! cars, if a ticket might have been procured , within a reasonable time before tha de parture of ...

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 April 1871

droning jP tat* gowna!. n rUBMHUKD DAILT-(Bund»y« ExccpUd At lltH ">*li> Strait, Richmond, Va Th* JOURNAL 1* delivered to *u'rscrlla.rs ln Ih* city at Firip.iN iisdvh ran Wiik, payable tn th* carriers—Tiirez Ceuts por aingle copy. Paid ros MaJiTKO.—Three month* fl j*- all rannthatS 00; one year t* 00 The WKEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to tub corlbera al* montha for 73 cente; one year, tl 50. T^APyERTtSERS. [Advertisementa of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding threo or four lino*, will be In serted under the proper heading* at TWENTY-FIVB CENTS, for ono insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; threo insertion*, SIXTY CKNT2—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE] AMUSEMKNTS. A SBIMILT HALL. Mr. MAX STRAKOBCH has the honor to annoncc* TUB FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE IN RICHMOND M'lle. CHRISTINA HH.nhii.v, ONE GRAND CONCERT, IT ASSEMBLY HALL, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 19iH, 1871. M'LU CHRISTINA NILSSON will be assisted by Miss ANNA LOUIBE CART, Contralto. Her flrst appearan...

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 April 1871

The Causes of the Pabts Disorder. The present condition of Paris shows plainly that the demoniac passions of tho first French revolution are not extinct. The guillotine, if not yet set up, has been threatened ; there have been imprison ments uf the unoffending and helpless, per secutions of tho religious orders, the pub lic llaaellation of the highest minister of the Church, under the most revolting cir cumstances, and blasphemous utterances which seem invented to make men stand aghast at the impiety which could venture on them. The substratum, however, of the whole movement seems to be mainly the design of public aud private plunder. Many of tbe leaders, no doubt, are of the old breed of fanatics and jacobins ; others aro ambitious, using communism, as they would any other ia-m, for their personal ag grandizement, and some of their followers aro honest idiots, who believe they aro help ing on the "universal republic." But in general those so fierco for the commune are men enrollel ...

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 April 1871

SMAjbti FARMS FOR BALK. COUNTRY BBAT3 FOB BUI, AT OUNSTON HALL, ON THK POTOMAC BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED. TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON, AND FOUR MILIS FROM MT VERNON. FACILITIES FOR BOATING, SHOO UNO:, FISHIVO, AND SURF BATHING, ON SUNfcYSIDB BAY. FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS. HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY, UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK. GOOD NEIGHBORIIOrtD OF ONB HUNDRED NORTHERN FAMILIES NEAR. BOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUNDRED STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES, AND RAILROAD IN REAR. ONB HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL. TITLE 3 OLBAR AND UN DISPUTABLE. We want one hundred flrnt class families, in ns trlous, temperate and enterprising. No questions asked about religion or politics. You can raise every variety of Fruit, Orajn » n l Grain. |>r dairying excellent, [.line, Marl and Muok eiwlly obtain*;! nisei, rapid shipment of all products Nor.h ter. rl fAr excessive heat or cool ntghl* ; zo-i como up tho bay curl tempT tie of intellectual tastes, the noar vicinity nil Capital is ol Inestima...

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 April 1871

I Small Grounds or Cinrcleii*. following interesting paper was y Major Kiog, before tho Potomac Growers' Association at its March g. It waa entitled ' HINTS ON IMPROVING AND ORNA 1-ING SMALL GROUNDS OR UAIIUI M, season being at band for executing 'etnants, we propose to offer a few hat may be of intereat to those in inagetnent of small gardens of an nlf acre, or even quarter acre lots. i observations we are of tho opinion le errors committed in improving ilaces or gardens is in attempting too iproving their gounds, almost every a natural desire to gather around : greatest variety of interesting ob d scenes, that he may make the his limited space, aud thus it is lany otherwise attractive garden tave been ruined, as the beauty and 3 to be derived from a small place bo much in its variety of embellish as from its simplicity and high ; —well-kept lawn, judicious walks 1-selectcd trees and vines, id lawn is one of the most desira ures, and no pains should be spared ro it. Grass i 3 among...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 April 1871

[For the Sttle Journal. BIRDS OF SPUING. o. Hir Is of Spring! jour free songs ring, 'i hmtigbout »* depth of woodland nisi .*, 1 ho 1:u th awkes ! nnd Fb.ra takes An outlook thro' the eyes of daxies; Tin: nir is bland, the hilltop* green, All ii .tore smiles, and Spring is Queeu '. O. Birds of Spring! t\%nln you sing Tire herald anthems of creation, ,vs thtenetn the land God's bounteous hand, Sustains tbe earth in glad ovation; Before our wants are shaped in prayer, Hia lavish gifts bloom everywhere I O, Binls of Spring ' the songs you sing Are i-iirlored new, Ihn' trite and olden. With witching art o'er nature's harp Where'er jou trip the strings are golden ; No added notea, no varied themes, To break the tharm of memory's dreams. O, IHr-ls of Spring '. with you I sing, Hot uot as in the hours of childhood, H snugs that vied, long since have died In echoes thro' the tangled wildwood ; - 1 'lithlill brooks still onwaid glide, With pictures borne to ocean's tide! O, Birds of Sptlng! ...

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 April 1871

Mr. MAX STRAKOSCH has the honor to snnonnre TUB FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE IN RICHMOND ■*| OF H'lle. CHRISTINA Nlla9 IO N , lit ONE GRAND CONCERT, AT ASSEMBLY lIALL, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 19ni, 1871. M'ua CHRISTINA NIL3SON will bo assisted hy Miss ANNA LOUISE CARY, Contralto. Her first appearance here. Sfgnor BRIIINOLI, The Popular Tenor. Blgnor VEUGKII, baritone. Hia first appearance here. Mr. HENRY VIEUXTHMPS, The World-renowned Violinist. Musical Conductor .Slgnor BOSONI. General Atlmisslon, TWO DOLLARS. Reserved Seats $1 and $2 extra, according to location. Boats can bo secured at West k Johuaton'a on Mon day, April 17th, ut 9 A. M. Steinway'a Pianos are uaoil at all the Nilsaon Con c ">- r * ap!3—ft AT VIRGINIA HAL!, P U O F. JOHN I. O Q A N, 01? BKW voaK, Will deliver one of his I eotnres on PHRENOLOGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, j II the application of Ihese sciences to the study of ,racter,education, business, honlth and beauty— j c, Courtlhlp aud Marriage, hesosubject...

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 April 1871

"hive put away from them the simple dressing that so becomes them ; they have given up the white muslin, illusion and tarleton, that seem so appropriate to their youth, inexperience and purity, and flaunt in the satins and laces, which should only blong to dowagers of fifty. They despise white muslin as bread and butter, and crave silks and diamonds and terrapins. This is a very just and sensible criticism. Wo do not know whothor or not "tbe fault lies with the mothers," as the writer says, but the fault lies somewhere, and wo ask our own Richmond young ladies to correct it, and sot ao example that will be followed all over the land. -♦- —— We have a painful report from Texas of a couflict between Mexican and United States soldiers, resulting in the killing of forty of tho latter. The Mexicans were pursuing Indians, and had crossed the boundary line into New Mexico, when the garrison of Fort Goodwin marched out to oppose their inroad—the account says to protect the ludians. A fight ...

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 April 1871

j__ jl . -L " ' Decrenae of Flail tn Our Waters. We print to-day a very valuable article upon tho decrease of fish in our waters, by our gifted friend, Professor O. N. Bryan, of Marshall Hall, on tho Potomac: Nothing perplexes naturalists more than the continued chango in organic life. Tho bowels of tho earth, from time immemo rial, reveal a continual change. Genera, species and varieties are over on the change. Dynasty succeeds dynasty in the brute creation as among men. To day no more startling theory moves the minds of swans or perplexes the wisdom of the great theologians of tho earth than •tho continued "extinction and creation of species." It was so "from the begitining." A few little and insignificant creatures be gun life almost at tho "early dawn"—long ere man made his appearanco upon the stage—ruu tho gauntlet of the many taty clystns af nature, and now rejoice in the presence of man, aud will doubtless be co extensive with him. We will instance a fow cases of extinc tion ...

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