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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 20 April 1871

too largo among us: General Cass once said that if a man wished to see it proved in a newspaper that he had killed his grandmother, all he needed to do was to run for Congress. We may add that if a man wished to see it proved that he combined in his siDgle person all the vices of Caligula, Ben. Butler and Louis Napoleon, let him be come a candidate for President of the United States. Any day you may see it proved in a multitude of Copperhead sheets tbat Grant drinks a gallon of whiskey every hour, eats broiled baby for breakfast, blacks his niggers' boots in tbe morning, farms out all tbe offices in the gift of the executive at halves, annexes San Domingo for the purpose of putting the Bay of Sainanna in his pocket, bullies members of Congress into submission (of course excepting the immaculate Demo crats), grasps at empire and piles tbe burn ing stumps of his cigars on the poor torn constitution, drives virtuous Blair into play ing tho part of tom-cat in the Senate, cat erwauling m...

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. — 21 April 1871

dwniug £tate Journal n PUBLISHED DAlLY—(Sunday* Excepted At 01 al4 *••>■» Btraat, Richmond, V* The JOURNAL Ii delivered to mesorlheri In the olty at Ftrrsii! Cants n> Wxk, payable to the carriers—Tn»a« Cutis per tingle copy. Parol ton Malum.—Three memthe tl T6; lis month! $8 00; one year W 00 The WIIILT JOURNAL will be mailed to mb" •erlbere nil for 76 centi; one year, tl (0. AMIJIIBmenIiTII. \TsillißhY~ll ALL. Tbe REGULAR ASSEMBLIES for Skating at the aboTe Hall will teko place every MONOAY, WED NESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o'clock, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY NIGHTS, at 8 o'clock, and every SATURDAY morn ing at 10 Kvery MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NTOHT. at» o'olock, the Rink will bo open EXCLUSIVELY for gentlemen and youths. The PRICE OF ADMIBSIOIV with Ihe use of Skates, la 60 cents, for a single ticket, or $3 per dozen. Children, uuder li years of age, 26 cents. At the Afternoon Assemblies Ladies and Boys will only bo charged 26 cents. mh 7—tf for sale:. •J j w v...

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. — 21 April 1871

■TttEDW ARD DAMKI.I, EDITOR AND MANAGBB. ■ o vISVf main Btract, Hlchmond, V* ortlrliti Paper for the Government- FRIDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 21, 1871. We commend the following to the thoughtful consideration of tho ruling class of Richmond and Virginia at large. It aught to be made a Sabbath lesson in all the churches, committed to memory and repeated daily for oue year by every member of that class. It is the confession of a conscience-stricken New Yorker, but buUb this point in space precisely : Let ua, then, praise what can be praised, and blame what must properly be blamed. And the blame Ilea not so much with the ignorance and superstition that aro the occasion of our perils, aa with the intelligent class that give themselves up to despair, and behave in a cow ardly and imbecile way. We need to have a •harp, stern dealing with ourselves, who be. leng to the better and right-thinking and edu cated class 1 We neglect our duties, we cod dle our private interests, we sacrifice the pub lic ...

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. — 21 April 1871

FRIDAY EVEN'Q, APKIL 21. 1871. How to Save Peach Treei. A discovery of no small moment, says the Philadelphia Ledger, iv the interest of agriculture, has been made by Dr. Georgo B. Wood, and communicated by him to the Atnerioan Philosophical Society, of which he is the president. Peach trees in this vicinity, after pro ducing a few crops, not only cease bearing, but perish in a short time; whereas tho natural life is fifty or sixty years cr more. Tho cause of this defective power of growth is believed by Dr. Wood to bo owing to a deficiency of potash in the soil, and ho assures us, that if this alkali be supplied to the tree bo that it shall reach all tho small roots and bo absorbed, the fruit bearing power is restored, and the treo it self, prematurely perishing, is revived. Believing, with most persons, that the oause of tho decay lay in worms at the root of the peach tree, he put in operation a plan which he had seen his father per form more than fifty years before, viz: Of diggi...

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. — 21 April 1871

action on the case, with full costs and such allowance for counsel fees as the court shall deem j set, and shall also, for every such offence, be deemed of « mis lorn, acor, snd shall, on conviction thereof, be fined not less than five hundred dollars,or be Im prisoned not lees than ono mouth and not more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the conrt. Bio. 8. And be it further enacted. That whenever, by or under the authority of the constitution or laws of any State, or the laws oi any Territory, any act is or shall be required to be done hy any cititen as a prerequisite to qualify or entitle him to vote, the offer t-t any citizen to perform the act required to be done as aforesaid shall, if it fail to be carried into execution by reason ot the wrongful act or omission aforesaid of the person or officer charged with the duty ef receiving or permitting snch performance or offer to perform or acting thereon, bo deemed and held as a performance in law of such act; aud the pers...

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. — 22 April 1871

. IS POBLIBHKD DAILY-(Bnndays Ezoepto *l Main Street. Klehmo-d, Va The JeUBNAL la delivered to sukeerlbera In tbe city at Firrxirr Caare r-e* Win, payable to the carriers—Toast, Onri per single copy. Parol roa Maiumo. —Three months tl 74; alt months (ft 00; one year to 00 the WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to aub eerlbere ala months for 75 cents; one year, 11 60. REVENUE NOTICE. TT 8. INTERNAL »_' . OFFICE, 3r» DIBTKIOT, VA., RICHMOND APRIL, 20ih, 1871. In compliance with provisions of section IB of the Aeta of Congress, approved June 30th, 1854, aa aasended by subsequent acts, anl entitled "An act to provide Internal Uevenne to snpport tbe govern ■sent, pay interest on the public debt and for other I rurpoeee," notice is hereby glvon, that the annnal list ef taxes assess, d by the Assistant Assessors of the Third District of Virginia, will remain open for I tbe examination of all persons concerned, for the space ef TE N DA V S, from date, at my OFFICE In the CUSTOM-HO JSR on Dank st...

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. — 22 April 1871

Smtg fro* ptwaill ARD lUMKI. IT" KMTOR AND MANAGKR. eg r VU*% Rlßln Btraat, Klcltmsntl, Va I jfflclal Paper for the BoTernment BATURDAY BVKN'G, APRIL 22, 1871. THB KVa-UtOZ nn.ii. Tha bill to enforco tho provisions of tie fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States, and for other pur poses, which was passed by Congress, pro- Tides that any person who, under coloi of any law, statute, ordiuance, regulation, oustom, or usage of any State, shall sub ject, or cause to be subjected, any person within the jurisdiction of the United States to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the constitution of the United States, shall be liable to the party injured in any action at law, suit in equity, or other proceeding for redress; such proceeding to be prosecuted in the several district or circuit courts of tha United States, with and subject to the same rights of appeal, review upon error, I and other remedies provided in like cases iv such courts,...

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. — 22 April 1871

<«_____ J --___-_s___B-_^-------^^^^^^ (fiTinntj SJtatr Journal. BATUROAY KVKN'O. A PHIL 23. in7l~ KKI.IIiIIMIN lil'Ms. The Bible haa free circulation la Spain. Dayton is to build a Christ cliurcb, at a cost of $100,000. The Baptist Missionary Union havo es tablished a mission in Greeco. Over twelve hundred churches were built in the United States last year. The Quakers in this country have 65, --000 pupils in their Sunday-schools. The new Baptist church in Rome is com posed of Italians and is in the heart of the city. There are about 5,250,000 communi cants of tbe Roman Catholic Church in the United States. The theology of tho conscience and not of the clergy is to be the Christianity of the future. The Greek Church in the Russian Baltic provinces are persecuting the Protestants of those regions. There are said to Ira 61,000 clergymen in the United States, their average pay being about $700 a year. There are in the United Kingdom thir ty-five Roman Catholic peers aud forty nine ...

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. — 22 April 1871

sfvenittfl£tate journal APRIL 22, 1871. EED-TltlK AND IIARVKNT. As o'er his furrowed flelds which 11. Beneath a coldly dropping sky, let chilled with winter's melted snow, Tbe husbandman goos forth to sow. Thus, Freedom, on the bitter blast The ventures of thy seed we cast, And trust to warmer sua and rain lo swell the germ and fill the grain. Who calls thy glorious service hard! Who deems it not Its own reward! Who, for its trials, count it less A cause ef praise and thankfulness f It may net be our lot to wield The alckle In the ripened field ; Nor onrs to hear, on summer eves The reapers song among the sheavea. Yet where our duty's task Is wrought, In unison with God's great thought, Tbe near and future blend in one And whatso'er is willed, is dons I And ours the gratefol service whence Domes, day by day, the recompense; The hope, the trust, the purpose stayed, Tbe fountain, and the noon-day shade. And were this life ihe utmost span, The only aim, and end of man, Better the toils...

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. — 24 April 1871

ia PUBLISHED DAlLY—(Sundays __eepted At SIS.;. Hal- Hlre.t, Hlchniei.il, Va The JOURNAL Is delivered to sae.crlb.rs in tl a elty at Finns ( .iris fb» Wise, payable to tie carriers—Tinas Ctaii per alngle cepy. Pbici roa Miiuae.—Three months tl 74; all aontha $S M; one year $8 00 The WEBKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to aub ■erlbers si. month, for 76 centa; one year, 11 60. THK DEMOCRATIC ADDREBB. We havo read the remarkable document, called an address of the Democratic mem ber! < f Congress to tho people of tba United States, with much care, for in it we recognize tha new platform of the con test of '72. It haa been prepmed wi h great deliberation The leading minds of the party have been generally consulted and their matured judgment, enlightened by the late elections Bed tho fu.nl action OT the Congress which has jost adj urned, is (!X_'icbs ■■! in this addm-e. The design of ils publication is cleaily lo furt.ieh a Cmnoti ground •■• Beiitinntft ai.d aclim among the oppi Hti.m to 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. — 24 April 1871

timting £tate goimtat. I |l \\ \lt l> HA\lr I « • KBITOR AND MANAGER. »• ViKVi ■•*" •»«-•»«. KUi'monrt- V- Official Paper for the GoTernment MONDAY KVKN'Q. APRIL 24, IST . IT is very clear that M. Thiers aims t t down the insurrection without the ai the lata " invaders." He does not wish o be said in the future that his Admin •atioo was saved, only through the assis ice of German bayonets. He does Dot >pose to afford the rebellious Parisians opportunity of boasting that they would ye triumphed over tha Government if j latter had not called in tha " enemies France" to back thetn. Ho has no idea having it recorded in history that he ,g propped up, like Louis XVIIIth, with eign bayonets. M. Thiers and his col ,guen further realize that the final gov ament, which they may be instrumental bringing about, will have more prestige d more power, from their having put wn the Paris revolt, unaided. This ex sins why it is that the German troops t around Paris, until the conditions of c pe...

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. — 24 April 1871

!itto £ tat* gounwl • WARD IHMKi.s. ETHTOR AND MINMiKII. M si.in MtMh ti<ri>moin.l. Va Paper Tor the IsVS-SPSSI VY KVKN'O. APRIL 24. 1871. *cry clear that M. Thiers aims to n the insurrection without the aid ite " invaders." He does not wish said in the future that his Admin waH saved, only through the assis- Gernian bayonets. He does not to afford ihe rebellious Parisians rtunity of boasting that they would iumphed over tho Government if r had not called in the " enemies :e" to back them. Ho has no idea ig it recorded in history that he pped up, like Louis XVIIIth, with bayonets. M. Thiers and his col further realize that the final gov ;, which they may be instrumental ing about, will have more prestige ire power, from their having put ie Paris revolt, unaided. This ex vhy it is that the German troops and Paris, until the conditions of :e treaty are complied with, do not and in the fray. also apparent that M. Thiers de he declares in one of his circulars! I as much bloodshed ...

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. — 24 April 1871

sfuenitty State lounuil MONDAY KYEN'U. APRIL 24. 1871. FHKK DISCISSION. [Brief pointed letters upon all snhjects of pnblln ntorest will b. wele ma her., If written plainly, on ono side of tho sheet.] Republican Meeting In Pittsylvania. Danville, Va., April 21, 1871. To the Editor of the Stat* Journal. The Republicans of Danville bad a largo and enthusiastic meeting last evening, at the fine new brick-hall, recently erected by the colored socioty, at a cost of several thousand dollars, and which is a decided ornament to our towD, and reflects great credit upon the society. The building was filled to over-flowing with earnest, active Republicans, anxious to learn their duties and what course to pursue ia the future. Mr. Henry W. Swarm, the president of the club, called it to order, and Mr. W. H. Pleasants was requested to act iih secretary. The issues of tbe coming elections and the duties of all Republicans were dis cussed by various speakers ; instructions and information giveu abou...

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. — 24 April 1871

litJU JottW»le r r~AI'KIL 24. 1871. TEST NEWS TO THE STAT* JOCRNAT.I News and Unaslp TO BE PAID IN COIN, pril 24.—The Secretary to-day directed that a tt quarter per cent, to agents of the govern ng the new loan be paid I lfty thousand dollars io paid to banks through hus far as commissions, lay notified to return the 3 their bills id coin. RT BOUTWELL ht for Chicago, aud will . I*o LOAN. o the now loan to-day, CT SET ASIDE, a soldier, recently tried for murder and sentenced imprisonment, the secie set aside the finding and round that murder being uot legally recognizable tl. It was ordered that urucd over to the civil 11 CLAIMS COMMISSION. Claims Commission had ay, claims of Hugh W. if Upton's Hill, Virginia, 7,000, and Sam'l Ronton, ounty, Maryland,amount 10th of which cases numer re examined. ION OF A PRINCE, partment is making pre -1 several vessels to meet with the Prince on board, ral Porter will command et. ITS TO DISTILLERS, committee on financo, at g during the recess to co...

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. — 25 April 1871

Eitig £ tete journal. ii HED DAlLY—(Bandar* Excepted i W_ln Straat, Rlehmomd, Va JRNAL la delivered to aokaorlbera in tl c mm Ciists Fa* Win, payable to the man Cinra per single copy. » Maius*.—Three months II Ilj lit 00; one year $8 00 ■ELY JOURNAL will be mailed to snh a month* for 78 centa; one year, tl 63 TAUT HKVKNUR NOTICK. US. ASSESSOR'S c OFFICE, 3>n DISTRICT, VA., RICHMOND, APRIL, 20th, 1871. In compliance with provisions of aectinn 19 of the Acts of Congress, approved June 30th, 1864, as amended by subsequent acts, and entitled "An act to provide Internal Revenue to support the govern anent, pay interest on the publio debt and for other rarpoaea," notice is hereby given, that the annual list of taxos assess.rt by the Assistant Asseaaora of the Third Diatrlot of Virginia, will remain open for tbe examination of all persons concerned, for the TBN l>: AY B , from date, at my OFFICE In the CUSTOM-HOUSE, on Bank street, in the CITY OF RICHMOND, at which place appeals will...

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. — 25 April 1871

(Ewttinji, £tat* Journal UIMVIRD I) A ~KI Kls 8 , H-.lTOn AND HMNAfIER. ■<• Vi'A'y Mads Klrs.l, Kicttntons*. V. Official Paper for the Government- TUESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 25, TsiT. The work of the Joint High Commis sion at Washington is rapidly approaching c wipletion, and it is stated that its mot_ liars desired the President lo reconveno the Senate on tho 3d of May, instead of the 10th—the date fixed on in his proclama tion. Although tbo final dispatches have not yet been received from Englaud, such assurances have beeu received as to con vince the commission that the propositions already forwarded will be agreed to. It is expected that a treaty or treaties will "be submitted to the Senate upon its reassemb ling, covering both the Alabama claims and tho fishery question. Both of these treaties will be awaited with great interest by the ountry at large, as they will settle the only Birious questions now at issue between this an I any foreign country. Whon they shall become adjuste...

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. — 25 April 1871

TUESDAY EVEN'O, APRIL 25, 187K Ml 111 fl II II II T~--1 FIIKK DISCISSION. [Brier pointed letters upon all subjects of public nterestwlll ho welcome here, if written plainly, on one side of the sheet.] — "Let .lu»tire be Done." The following communication explains itself, and does justice to a worthy Repub lican aud valuable citizen: Richmond, Va., April 24, 1871. To the Editor of the State Journal. I notice that the Conservative press of this city are giving Councilman Todd the credit collected for the city, pay ment for certain engines and wood used by tbe Danville railroad during the war. It ii bat an act of simple justice tbat this credit should be placed where it properly belongs, and to Mr. Henry Miller, a faith ful Republican, and one of tho moat effi cient men ever in the City Council, belongs nearly the wholo credit of searching out this claim and securing ita payment. Soon after Mr. Miller's appointmont to tbe Council he commenced an iuvestiga tion of thia caso ; ho was una...

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. — 25 April 1871

TUESDAY RVKN'O, APRIL 25, 1871. | I-,..isi ,mihHs One Hundred Y«»"| In the oflice of Mr. McGrew, chief clerk of the auditor's oflice, Postoffice De partment, is carefully preserved a letter written by lieujamin Franklin, at London, on the 221 of April, 1771, to bis friend Humphrey Marshall, Esq., of Chester county, Pennsylvania. This commnnica- J tion (forwarded "per Captain Osborne, i with a brown paper parcel,") contained some excellent advice to the people of the colonies respecting non-importation and I home manufactures. Frauklin was appointed general deputy 1 postmaster in 1753, "with a salary between him and his confederates of £GOO, if they u.mld get it." This appointment brought the frugal philosopher in debt some £900, and it is a reasonable inference, therefore, that ho and his confederates did Dot "get il." So great was his zeal in postal mat ters, however, that, in spito of tho loss which the office brought to hia private fortune, (a result quite unknown in our day,) Fr...

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. — 26 April 1871

Evening JPfot* f mmutt tt PUBLISHED DAILY- (Hocda-a Kioepted At OMK ■ -_- Htr.at. Itlibmsad, V« The JOURNAL la delivered to eatsorlhera Id tha olty at FirTitß Cum pia Walt, payable to tha carrlera—Tnaia t'mta per single copy. Paioi roa Muinto.—Three montha tl Tt; til months tS BO; on*year $0 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will b* mailed to snb torlbers six montha for 75 centa; one year, $1 60. TO ADVERTISERS. 1 Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Found, For Kent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will bo In aerted nnder the proper headings at TWENTY FIVE CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY OSNTB-iu varlably OABH IN ADVANCE.] IMPORTANT RKVBNUH NOTIt'K. ÜB. INTERNAL REVENUE— ASSESSOR'S • OFFICE, San DISTRICT, VA., RICHMOND, APRIL, 30th, 1871. Ia compliance with provisions of section 10 of the Aota of Congreaß, approved June 30th, 1804, as amended by subsequent acta, and entitled "An act to provide Internal Revenue to support the govern ment, pa...

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. — 26 April 1871

dveatng State gauwal HOWARD DiRIILIi 1 EDITOR AND MANAGER. ■ n Hi'J'i M.l- Sfrtsi. liliiimond. Va Official Paper for tho OoTernment. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, APRIL 26,1871. Death op a Veteran Editor.—The papers bring ua the intelligence of tho death of Mr. John Saxton, of Canton, Ohio, the oldest editor in continuous ser vice in the United Statea. lie died, (says the Ohio Stale Journal) on the 15th instant, aged righty-ono years. He estab lished the Ohio Repository at Canton, in the year 1814, and has boen connected with that journal ever since, till tha day of his death, a period of fifty-seven yoars. Mr. Saxton was a practical printer, and had a great love for the business. No other man in the United States bad published a newspaper continuously as long as John Saxton. He was tbe veteran of the Ameri can press. Last summer, when tho news came of tbe surrender of Napoleon 111, at Sedan, to the Germans, ho copied from his files of fifty years preceding, the account of the surrender, after W...

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