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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
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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 Monday, April 17th, ut 9 A. M. Steinway'a Pianos are uaoil at all the Nilsaon Conc ">- 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, hesos...

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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 ...

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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 immemorial, reveal a continual change. Genera, species and varieties are over on the change. Dynasty succeeds dynasty in the brute creation as among men. Today 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 begun life almost at tho "early dawn"—long ere man made his appearanco upon the stage—ruu tho gauntlet of the many tatyclystns af nature, and now rejoice in the presence of man, aud will doubtless be coextensive with him. We will instance a fow cases of extinction since ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 April 1871

Old Hickory. Col. il. VV. Forney tella the following oi rl elniy of Old Hickory : At ono of these dinners I heard Old Back rorrcit liis story of General Jackson, prol'ably for the hundredth time. Shortly niter Mr. Buchanan's return from Itussia in 1834, to which he hid boon aetit by President Jickson in 1832, and irnnrediately following his election to the S'inato of Ihe United Statea hy the Legislature of Pennsylvania, to fill tho unexpired term of William Wilkins, resigned, who, in his turn, was sent to succeed Biichanau in the same foreign mission, Buchanan called upon Old Hickory with a fair English lady, whom ho desired to present to tbe head of the American nation. Leaving her in tho reception-room down stairs, ho ascended to the President's private quarters, and found G&neral Jickson noibavad, unkempt, in his dresaing-gown, with his slippered feot on the fender before a bliizing wood-fire, smoking a corn-cob pipe of the old Southern school. He stated his object, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 April 1871

!■ USHEI) DAILY-(Sundays Kxeepted ISJj ltlal» Btr*«t. Richmond, V« JOURNAL la delivered to sutsicrlher* In tl • ,t Ftrrr.iN Cents psa Week, payable to tie I s—Tares Cents por single copy. ■ rOR Maiiihs.—Tliree months 11 71; six l $3 00; one year f 8 00 WKRKLY JOURNAL will he mailed to nib- * six months for 76 cent*; one year, $1 60. AMUSBHIBNTS. SIHBI.Y 11 A I. I. IX STRAKOSOH has the honor to Rumiunr* 01 FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE IN RICHMOND op CHRISTINA NIhSSOK, 1.1 ONE GRAND CONCERT, AT AS3EMBLY HALL, DNE3DAY EVENING, APRIL 10th, 1871. CHRISTINA MI.SSON will be Assisted by INA LOUISE GARY, Contralto. Her flrst appearance here. DRIGNoYt, The Popular Tenor. VERGER. Baritone. His first appearance here. NRY VIEUXTBMPS, The Woihi renowned Violinist. Conductor Slgnor BOSONI. al Admission, TWO DOLLARS. Reserved aad t'2 extra, according to location, can be secured at West k Johnston's on Mem- I -1117 th, at 9A. it. ray's Pianos aro used at all the Nllsson Conap IS—St IGHT, AT VIRGINIA HA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 April 1871

undoubtedly have something to do with 1872, but, after all, these will be of minor showing iv that contest. The great questions, talk as we may now, will be the very same, modified of courso by events, but the same questions that have beeu great ia the past—on tho one hand the carrying forwurd by the Kepublicans of tho grand policy of giv ing equal rights to all, of meeting all the obligations of the nation, whether io tho bcstowment and securing of civil rights to all her children, colored or whito, or whether in paying the national indebtedness—and on the other hand tha Democratic party fighting, not for conquest of ideas, not for progress in liberty and fair play, not for placing high the credit ofthe nation, but simply for the place of power. "In that contest affairs in tho South are to be tho one prominent question. All others will dwarf beside this. The Democrats will then have to make answor for the organization and continuance of the Ku-Klux Klan, and their tens of thousands...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 April 1871

f Brief pointed letter* upon all subject* of pnhlb . latereet will be welcome here, if wrltUn plainly, **"-on ono aide of the sheet j Onr Washington Letter. Washington, April 14, 1871. To tht Editor of the State Journal. The political contest in tho forthcoming , election of the local and national officers , of the new territory of the District of ( Columbia, is becoming very exciting, and nightly meetings are being held in the . different districts of tho new territory, which are ably addressed by the representative men of the respective districts, ' members of Congress, and others. Among the foremost in the Republican ranks, is ' Hod. John W. Forney, who, true to his j instincts, is untiring in hia zeal in the J great work. His labor* aro unceasing— ' not a night passes but he addresses largo audiences. Among those who havo addressed meet- ' ings, are Senators Wilson and Patterson, ' and Representatives Williams, Schonks, Starkweather, Elliott, and Charles 11. Porter. Senator Mort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 April 1871

Tli* Aligelu*. RT ITRET BARTE. Bells of the past, nhoselong forgotten music Still filled the wide cxi rinse. Tinkling the sober twilight of the pie-ent With color of romance, 1 hear yon call, and roe tho sun daaceudlug On rock, aad wave, and sand, As down the coast the Mission voices, blending, Girdle the heathen land. Within the circle of your Incantation No blight or mildew fall* ; Nor fierce unrest, nor lust, nor low ambition, Passes those airy walls. Borne to th* swell of yon long waves receding, I touch the further past— I see the dying glow of Spanish glory, The -unset dream aud last 1 Before me rise the de'ins shaped Mission towel*, The white Presidio, The swart cnranianrler In his leathern jerkin, The priest lv stole of snow. Once more I see old Port**'* cross uplifting, Ami above the setting sun, And past tbe headland northward slowly drifting, The freighted galleon. 0 solemn hell* 1 whose consecrated masses Recall the faith of old— ci tinkling hells! that lulled with twili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 April 1871

i ADVERTISERS. -tlaement* of Lest, Wants, Pound, For Rent, exceeding three or four lino*, will be laider the proper headings at TWKNTY-FIVI for one insertion; or two insertion* for FORTS ; thre. In«*rtlon*, SIXTT CENTS—InCASH IN ADVANCE] AIimSKMKNTS. miLi nALL. t BTRAKOSCII ha* the honor to announce B FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE 1 IN RICHMOND or CHRISTINA NII.SSON, IM ONE GRAND CONCBRT, AI AS? EM 111, V HALL, NESDAY EVENING, APRIL 19rn, 13T1. URISTINA NILSSON will be asiiited by >!A LOUISE CARY, Contralto. Her first appearance here. RIQNOLI, The Popular Tenor. EROER. It.eritune. His first appearanc* here. RY VIEUXTBMPS, The World-renowned Violinist. londiict<rr Sigaor HOSONI. Admission, TWO DOLLARS. Reserved ■d $2 extra, according to location, n be secured at West k Johnston'* on Hon17th, at 9 A. M. y's Pianos are used at all the Nilesou Conap 13—St rpO-NIGUT, AT VIRGINIA HALL, IPKOF. JOHN I. O G A N, or KSW toax, 'ill deliver one of his Lecture* on PHRENOLOGY, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 April 1871

of winter. It ia not exactly an illustration of the poet's conceit about "winter j lingering iv the lap of spring," because ' there is neither ice nor frost, nor anything else thru MfteeStfl the presence of the hoary Ud monarch of tho hyperborean regions, except n certain sense of coolness that pervades the inner and the outer air. Such rash mortals as took down their stoveß during the first days of last week and packed them away in inaccessiblo places will regrtt the fell spirit of house-cleaning that could uot let thera stand in their places until tho breath of winter has entirely vanished. A cold, cheerless evening at home is one of those miseries that even mjdel husbands try to escape from by staying out late at night. A bright fire on a cool spring evening is a great dispenser of happiness and a great promoter of conjugal constancy. Notwithstanding the unpromising temperature, tbo harbingers of spring are coming on apace. The gras3 has a peculiar freshness and greenness that is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 April 1871

Washington held a most enthusiastic meeting on Thursday eveniog last. Senator Schurz and General N. F. Chipman, the nominee of the Republicans lor delegate to Congress to represent tho District, made excellent speeohes. QEN. CHIPS! AN'S REMARKS. He said he came not to spoak to them as Germans, but as American citizens. He reforred to tho recent Franco-Prussian war and the triumph of the German arms, and congratulated his German hearers on the grand result—the unification of Germany—holding that the war on their part was defensive, and history would so record it as the judgment of tho civilized world. He held this opinion to be genoral throughout the United States, charging that the only opposition in this country to thoir cause camo from the Democratic press. He then contrasted the platforms of the Republican and Democratic parties, and referred to the issues at stake in tho contest to show that all tho interests of the people could only bo subserved by being represented ia Congress...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 April 1871

Themselves Hanged— The Stockton (Mo ) Journal, of April Cth. cutnius the following narrative: "On tho night of the 20th Marcli, two horses were stolen from a man namtd French, and one from Colonel Joe Allen, on Cedar creek, in this county. Suspicion fastened upon one Johnson, alias Brooks, a man of had character, who had been lurking in the neighborhood for some time past, but was ascertained t) be missing at tho same time with tho horses. His trail was followed by Wm. Achard and one B*ys, who are reported to have overtaken him near Chetopa, Kansas, recaptured the stock, and hung the thief. Bnt v short time afterward they were themselves overtaken, about five miles southwest of Baxter Springs, and hung by a mob of about twenty men, supposed to have been friends of the thief, and the stock again recaptured. Both Archard and Bays were highly respected citizens of this county, and their sad fate bin created a great deal of excitement and indignation amon* their neighbors, many of whom ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 April 1871

It to yonr head, beard, whlaker* or mustaches, If gray or grlzzlod, and the color they wor* beforo they filled will return to them. RBAD, PONDER, AND BE WlSE.—Boankoeperi •honld hear In mind that of all tho different Balling Powders in market, none have stood tha toat of a ■ trict chemical analysis Ilk* DOOLKV'S YEAST POVVDKR, DOOLEY'S YKABT POWDER contain* ni Ingredients but such as are healthful and chemically pure. This Insures uniform success in th* making of roll*, biscuit*, kc, which Infoitor article! do not. Manufactured and sold at wholesale by DOOLKY k BROTHER, 60 New ■ I root, Now York, nd at retail hy grocers generally. THOMPSON'S POMADE OPTIMI, a* a dreesing for tho Hsir la all that la required ; pnrely vegetable and highly perfumed, It aoftena, Improve* and beantile* th* Hair, strengthen* the roots, and give* It ■ rich, glossy appearance. For sale by all drngglst* Prlco, 86 and 75 cent* per bottle. JOOVEN'B INODOROUS KID GLOVE CLKAN--IR.—By it* aid glovos can be quickly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 April 1871

EDWARD DIKIKLI, KM I'll it AND MANAGER. ■r, w 'A'i BMMi Wlllt, tilcrimond. Va Official Paper for the UoTernmcntTUESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 18. 1871. I strong movement, endorsed by ilican press, is being made in lie division of that State into the commonwealths its immense oderate population would entiThe Houston Union endorses a livision as follows: "First to 3 States at present—ono west of ido, one between the Colorado y, and one east of the Colorado ; i propose to cut off northwestern i lino from the mouth ofthe Big i Red river to tbe mouth of the on the Rio Grabdo, thus leaving sufficient for two large States j.s the requisite population. This Dnce provide for five States, and tie tho division question forever." land enough for an empire, if its ii is only slightly in excess of /cry large city. With the Texas ilroud and a system of lateral las a great future beforo it—too eed, for one State. r*i loe and leather board of trade of i have passed a resolution disapthe combination and strik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 April 1871

Steward.-William Muir, Miaiourl. Assistant Steward.—A. S. Mo«s, New ork. Chaplain.—lter. A. B. Grosh, Pennsylvania. Treasurer,— Wm. M. Ireland, Pennsylvania. Secretary.—O. H. Kelley, Minnesota. Gate-Keeper.—Ed. P. Faris, Illinois. National GaANOE, Washington, D. C. In response to numerous inquiries in regard to tha organization and objects of our Order, this circular is issued. Tho Order was organized, after much labor and preparation, by a number of distinguished agriculturalists, of various States of Ihe Union, at Washington, in December, 1867, and since then has met with most encouraging success, giving assurance that it will soon become one of the most useful and powerful organizations in the United Ki-s. Its grand object is not only genoral ovement in husbandry, but to increase the ral happiness, wealth and prosperity of rountry. It is founded upon the axioms the products of the soil comprise the basis I wealth; that individual happiness depends upon general prosperity, and tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 April 1871

A Workman's Wooing. I kaow that my hands may be hard and rough, That my cheeka may b* worn and pal*, But my heart is rande of a gcod sound etuff, Tl.at will never falter or fail; Ami thragli la the world with my mate* I atand i To share in the battle of life, I take thne, my girl, by the dainty hand, ( Al ray own, my aweet bonny wife. Thoagh never a Jeweled wreath may span The curls on thy lieanlifnl brow, I I'll pledge the* my heart and troth aa a man, And love thee forever aa now. And though the bright dreams of love's sunny prime Too often the future belie, The steep hills of life together we'll rilimb, Aud conqu-rr onr fate - thou and I. ' My coat may be poor, my words may h* tow, ' Yet there* never an ermined king, Can offer his queen a present more true Thau mine of * heart and a ring; That tiny gold link with .which we may bind Our fortunes in one common bond, And rear ns a home where happiness shrined May dwell with affection most fond. What more would we aoek? what more wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 April 1871

ii PUBLISHED DAILY— (Sundayi Excepted At Dl'A'A Hal* Str..t, Rlchroomd, Va The JOURNAL la delivered to sub*crlber* In th* city at Firrnif Ciirrsm Willi, payable to tbe carrlara—Tnati Cints per single copy. Pain* roa Maiuvo.—Three month* $1 TS; lis month* J» OO; on* year fS 00 Tha WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to *nb acrlber* six montha for 76 centa; on* year, Il 50. TO ADVERTISERS. [ Advortlaeinenta of L*at, Want*, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four linen, will be fnaertod under the proper headlnga at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one insertion; or two Insertion* for FORTY CENTS | throe lnsertioni, SIXTY CENTS—lnvariably CASH IN ADVANCE.] AIttrUSKMENTS. A BSIMBLY HALL. Mr. MAX STRAKOSCH ha* the honor to annonnro THE FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE IN RICHMOND or M'lle. CHRISTINA SII.SSUN, i.i ONE GRAND OONOERT, II ASSEMBLY HALL, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 19th, 1871. . M'ut CHRISTINA NILSSON will bo aaalated by Miaa ANNA LOUISE CARY, Contralto. Her tint. appearance here. Slgnor BR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 April 1871

The bribery of Winans, the Republican in the Now York Legislature who weot over to tho Democracy, is on the whole one of the healthiest Bigus of these degenerate times. When oDly one man out of sixty-three is willing to sell himself, and when he exacts seventy-five thousand dollars aH his price, it shows that political virtue is still held in some esteem, even if it be a pecuniary one. If only one man in this number in every Legislature of the country puts himself up at a sale and demands Btich a high bid, corruption and bribery will soon disappear entirely. And what makes this case of Winans all the more encouraging is that he was a Repub. Hcan. Uow many Democratic legislators hold themselves at so high a figure ? Onetenth of it would satisfy most of them and conciliate thoir constituents. ■«•» ■■■■- ■ The Baltimore Sun calls to mind a letter from Thomas Jefferson, written to John Adams in 1813, in which ho proposed to divide every county in Virginia into wards of five or six miles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 April 1871

Justice Davis, of the 3upremo Court ofctho United Statea, nnd a resident of Illinois, is the latest man talked of as Democratic candidate for President in 1872. lie is a conservative, and not au extreme Democrat. If the Democracy keep on naming eligible candidates, the probabilities are that there will be a lively fight in the party before tho next campaign is over. What with Hendricks, Llancock, Hoffman, and other hacks, and Tendleton, Packer, Blair, Adams, Field, Walker, and English, they promise to be anything but harmonious. » » a —— — Terrible Affair on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. —Saturday morning, says the Cumberland News of Monday, wo mado mention of a rumor curront of two persons having been killed a doy or two before by the cars near Grafton. From the Wheeling Intelligencer wo learn that tbe persons killed were husband and wife, strangers in that part of the country, from Rappahannock county, Virginia. They had arrived at Independence with their i two children but a f...

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