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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 26 April 1871

(jgwtttofl £ tote gottytml WEDNESDAY EVE'Q, APRIL 26, 1871~ KIIKK DISCV-BION. [Brief pointed lstters npgu sll subjects of public Merest will be welcome here, if written plainly, ou one slds of the sbppr.l A Stranger's. Vlewa or Our City—Our School*, *r. Richmond, Va., April 26, 1871. To th* Editor of th* Stat* Journal. As a stranger sojourning in your time honored city for a few days, I have, in common with all tourists, mado it my business to visit the various points of in terest io and about your city—especially those educational institutions which, through the wiudom and magnanimity of a few of America's noblest sonj, have been established, with a view to educate the masses, irrespective of nationality or color. It does Beem to mo, Mr. Editor, that it is among the most hopeful signs of the times, that Virginia, as well as many of her sister States, are arousing themselves from their long Bleep, and are coming up gradually, but none the leßs Burely, to that grandest of all ideas (...

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. — 26 April 1871

(SDNESDAY KVK'O. APRIL 26, lsfT i-rsrl. liousjins. on Han Domingo. HIS -KCTURB IN BAI.TIMOBB. n Baltimore, on Monday eveniDg, derick Douglass delivered a lecture on San Domingo, before a large audience, balf of whom were white. The exer- Im commenced with prayer by the Rev. . Denniaon, (white,) one of the editors the Washington New Era, who, among I ler things, returned thanks to God that 1 ngress had performed the great deed on i last day of its session, (tbe passage of i Ku-Klux bill,) and invoked the mighty to provide strong hands and mt hearts to carry out the provisions of that great crowning act of the session. The lecturer of the evening, Mr. Frederick Douglass, was then introduced, and spoke upwards of two hours and a half. He said he had heretofore been in the habit of speaking extemporaneously, but as this lecture was on an important sob #t —one engrossing the minds of all men md as he designed it somewhat as his report on the late commission to Saa Do mingo, he had put hi...

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. — 27 April 1871

II rOBLI-HED DAILY-(Kunda-s KxcopUd A* "I»H l"la!«a Str.st, Ulchms-il. Va Ths JOURNA L la delivered to antacrlbera la th* city »t Firtnis Cirtspbs Wiik, payable to tha carriers—Thru Cutis per alngle copy. Pxioa vo» Maiunij — Three months tl 71; six montha $3 00; one year t6 00 r_* WEEKLY JOURNAL will ba mailed to snb icribers six months Tor 75 cents; on* year, 11 tf). TO AOTERTISERS. [Advertisements or Lost, Wants, Found, For Kent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will bo In ssrtsd under the proper headings at TWENTY -X: V X CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Ineertions, SIXTY OBNTB-ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] IMPORTANT RBV-NIIE NOTIIJIC. TT 8. INTERNAL R-^-NUE—ASSESSOR'S U c OFFICE, 3a» DISTRICT, VA., RICHMOND. APRIL, 20m, 1871. In compliance with provisions of section 19 of th* Acts of Congress, approved Jim* 30th, isfii. v amended by subsequent acts, an l entitled "An act to provide Internal Revenue to support the govern —tent, pay Interes...

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. — 27 April 1871

#wmmg ftat* gotmudJ HOWARD DAN I X _,"■', ~~ KBITOR AND MANAGER. •«• Vi'-i, M-Its Kirsat. Illclimonrl. Va official Paper for the Government THURSDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 27, 1871. *s*^*»ss»»«—~----sss.»-«-____^«__« TBE DIFFKRKNCH, HOW MANUFACTURING TS ENCOURAOF.P IN THE NORTH AND WEST. The Lagrange f Mitsouri) American tays the contract hat been signed by P. C. Brinck, Ksq., of Philadelphia, president of the United States Iron company, by which that company agree with the city authorities of Lagrange, to erect and maintain in that city, a rolling mill of 26,000 tons capacity, annually, and to coat not leaa than $600,00')', to employ not leu than • millions dollars capital, and to be in running order within two years from the date of the contract. To obtain this, the city of Lagrange lurniahea the ground and donates $200,000 to tbe company. The advantages to be derived from such an enterprise, can be easily computed in dollars ■ad cents This will give employment to fire hundred men, to whom...

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. — 27 April 1871

I art* journal. ,'G, APRIL 27, 1871. laOBBIUH. ipon all subjects of public here, if written plainly, on PeteralMirjr. 'ERsburg, April 25. if* Journal. f the Oourier, in this lertakes to review a ipeech of Hon. James -Klux bill. He says imply an exaggerated t picture of alleged 8 in Virginia, reveal l is necessary for his 7 suppressing the re tempted proof of bis i üblishes the whole of , latt's speech wherein upulous fidelity, the f a fire company in young R. B. Wells r uniting with the ! , by "revealing only ry for his purposes ing the remainder," vivh the proselyte of nly insinuates tbat .o Republicanism by (rice by Mr. Piatt." iese Democrats talk ions," and yet are lisrepresontations as i well known in this not know that such is was in existence "card" of the fire ;he papers. Neither i his name had ever cc of any kind, and such "arguments" i him of the justice topublicanism" is a 'misrepresentation," nay bo called into > ablo speech of our i "extensively cirou ts facts and arg...

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. — 27 April 1871

i)AY EVEN'G, APRIL 27, 187.1. | l i-.i r / is <i Dutohma-. OOMt- paper has the following y :—One that does not believe in 1 for baptism, was holding a pro eeting, and preached on the sub ptism. In the course of his re said, some believe it necessary to into the water, and come up out ie baptized. But this he claimed I dlacy, for the preposition "into" iptures, should be rendered dif for it does not mean into at all Moses," he said, "we are told, _to the mountain, and the Saviour iup iuto a high mountain, etc., I to not suppose that either of them o a mountain, but unto it. So ig down into the water ; it means vn close by or near to the water, ; baptized in the ordinary way, by g or pouring." ried his idea out fully, and in due id style closed his discourse, when tion was given for any one so di_ arise and express his thoughts, lumber of his brethren arose and wero glad they had beon present iccasion ; they wero well pleased sound sermon they had heard, lieir souls greatly blessed...

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. — 28 April 1871

(&vtnitt% Stt&u § arnml. ii PUBLIBHRD DAILY-(Hundays Exoepted «t t'l'A'i Mala Street, Richmond, Va Th* JOURNAL Is delivered to subscriber* In tb* city at FirrtiN Osntb pjk Wisi, pajable to th* carriers—Tit mi Cisrs per single copy. P—loa roa Maiusjo. — Three month* Il Ti; sis month* IS 00; one year te 00 Th* WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub serlbar* *l* month* for 76 cents; one year, tl 60. ' r pH« OLD DOMINION GREENBACK I'RI/.K PAOEAGK Contains 10 Sheets Note Paper, 10 Envelopes, 1 Pen cil, 1 Pen-Holder, 1 Card Picture, 1 Poo, a Set of Jewelry, beside* from 1. coot* to II In Greenback-. Try your lack. ap I.B— lw JOHNSTON k BEI.DKN, ■AIOHEITER AOVKRTISKMENTB "|Y7" ANTED—A good FARMER to work a f«rin .n TT shares, within four niilss of Manchester. Ap ply etHBYS' HOTEL, Manchssfer. apM-lt* T\ISIRAIILK HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, on I J if Hull street, north side, between Seventh and Eighth, front 60 feet, running back 152; six rooms In bonding. Terms liberal. Apply to *p27—eod...

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. — 28 April 1871

EDWARD DA NIK Is", HMTOR AND MANAOKH. I -.-'Hi . - I ■•» VH'A Wttlvi Mlr*«l. Klrlniinlid. V* I Offlclnl Paper for the GOTcrnment- I FRIDAY RVKN'G, APRIL 28, 187 l". MARI. DEPOSITS OF EAIT-RH VIRGINIA. A day or two among the marl bad* of the Potomac brings lully to mind the vast wealth which now lies unheeded under the hills and valleys of Eastern Virginia. The time has come in this State, and over the Atlantic States of the South generally, when commercial fertilizers must be aban doned, oi play only a subordinate part In agriculture. The capital is not at com mand to purchase in sufficient quantity to Ive remunerative results. Wo must have cheaper fertilizer, attainable by the ap ication of our own labor in great mea re, or agriculture on the old lands of the rath must be abandoned. Marl is for Astern Virginia what the limestones of ie Northern slopes of the great Valley of irginia are to their productive soils. Our arl is distributed along the whole tide ater front of the State, a...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 April 1871

drcmufl £tate gaimml FRIDAY EVEN'O, APRIL 28, 1871. ■pint of the New York Pre**. Speaking of the condition of the South tho New Tork -'noune says: We have frequently and cheerfully testi fied to the geucral quiet maintained in Virginia. Yet a one-armed Union soldier, Who settled in that State just after the re turn -of peace and waa appointed post master at a county-seat, assures us that no woman has visited his family or exchanged any kind of courtesy with his wifo, and that no man has made him a friendly call but the clergyman whose services bis family attends ; and he only when the evening is very dark, so that no ono outside can see We appeal to Southern gentlemen and landholders to decide whether this state of things shall continue. Can thoy afford to have it? There is much plausibly com plaint of the ignorance and incapacity of the blacks ; but how is this to be amended if to teach them be punished as a crime 1 That there are Southrons who wish the blacks instructed, we fully ...

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. — 28 April 1871

Evening £tat* founuU. FRIDAY KVENG, APRIL 28, 1871. s '■ . .._■_■ . * Potomac K.-wlt l-raiin.' Association. At tho April meeting of this association the followiog interesting proceedings were had: FUNGI INVESTIGATION. On motion of Mr. Folsom, a select com mittee was appointed to wait on the Com missioner of Agriculture to ascertain what progress had been made in fungi investiga tions relating to the grape vine, and to inquire if be had reached any conclusions available to the association for its public reports. On motion of Major King, Prof. Glover, of tbe Agricultural Department, was in vited to read a paper at the next meeting upon the names and character of the de structive insects existing in May and June; and Friend Gillingham, a description of hit method of destroying such insects. AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIELY. (The secretary read the following notice. Tbe biennial meeting- of the American Po ■ilogical Society will be held at Richmond, irginiu September 6 and 7 next. This meet...

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. — 29 April 1871

•..00p........ RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1871* VOL. 111.-NO 150. ' iicttittii £tutc journal. riCK.—Aaalgn**. forwarding notice* o puolntment lor publication will oblige s* by ;In which Oourt th* caae 1. Died. .' THB BIOMBY WAS StJI.W- Dtttino. s undoubtedly true that the greatest irtion of all domestic revolutions been occasioned by the unequal dia ion of wealth. It is, therefore, the natural thing in the world tbat a c who have been systematically d and plundered should desire in tion as to the arts by which tbe ry was accomplished. They wil to know who got the money, and for The whole city was aroused when i formed our readers some days since he city debt had been increased SIX DRED ANDSIXTY-EIGHTTHOU -5 ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN riNE DOLLARS AND FIFTY IT CENTS in the last year, and tbat was a deficiency of FOUR HUN _.«„_» AND FIFTY-SIX THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY NINE DOLLARS AND TWENTY-TWO CENTS I and now the intelligent 'people who pay taxes are asking further...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 April 1871

Infl State gournal! WARD DAJfIK I. - , KMTOR AND MANAGKR. j main Strc.t, Klehmond, Va Paper for the Government )AY RVKN'G, APRIL 20, 1871. Vashiogton Chronicle says It is a j cation that Congress has done ; really creditable when the whole i sot up one continuous howl t. A review of the legislation j 1 will confirm tbis. Commenc- J Ihe raising of troops "to subju- Southern follow-citizens" down ! lforcement act," the howl over takeu to preserve the Union has us earnest and persistent as It is ?r the last named enactment, mocracy boast of their devotion don in one breath, and in tbe denounce all efforts to preserve J -I legislation to suppress the i Ku-Klux is designated as a defeat the Democratic party in attempt to protect Union men cd as an effort to deprive Dem heir rights; and so it is with ement made in good faith by the party to protect the country and ie rights of the people, h of what we Btate is sclf-evi »n not be denied ; and yet the opposition continue the role brought to...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 April 1871

P____i_---__a_s____________M_______*_i SATURDAY EVKN'O. Al'Kll, .9. 18777 TUB KIND OF THK SWAMI, A Story for Children, _~ _—-___» -hero was once a young girl, who was I named Delphine,so good aud cheerful tbat I she was a favorite with everybody. This I girl had a friend, called Hilda, who was also a very good child, and thoy loved each j other dearly. In the winter, when tho I snow was lying deep upon the hill and I field, Hilda foil sick, and her parents were | in great trouble about ber. She was quite j unable to eat, was burning with fever heat, I and shivering with cold by turns; she be oame no better, though she had several doctors and much medicine. When any of her young friends came to I see her, she would say: "Give me straw berries ; which of you will go and find me I strawberries, that I may get well again ?" I If her parents said: "Dear Hilda, it is winter, and thero are no strawberries' to he I found at tbis season," Hilda would raise herself up in bed, and say: "Far aw...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 April 1871

Evening £tatc foutnal SATURDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 29, 187 l"". 4_lU*-.*n,Tt;l*,lC &. HOnTICIIts-WRK Potomac Fruit Grorrere' Aeeoel-tloni At the April meeting of this association the following interesting proceedings were had: BLACKi'EBBY WINE. Before the regular business of the day was entered upon, Mr. John B. Clagett, of Brightwood, D. C, drew the attention of the members present to some wlno of his own making, desiring their opinion of Its quality. After testing it, all joined in pronouncing it a superior wine, and all were surprised to find that it was made from the blackberry. It is from the "Lawton" berry, and strictly pure. Mr. Clagett bas found a receipt that will pro duce wine with a high flavor, and will tbe coming season enter largely into its manu f_ctnre. THE QUINCE BUSH. Dr. Darby handed in the following let ter, and asked if the single stem system was as objectionable as|the writer stale 1, as ha had conceived it to be otherwise: I occasionally read tbat to grow the qu...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 May 1871

®t'ctrittfl ftote frontal. ■ PUBLIBHKI) DAlLY~(Hundayi Excepted At 01 Mala Street, Hlehmoad, Va The JBURNAI. If delivered to subscribers Id th» olty at Fiftiih CiicTa run Win, payable to the carriers—Taau Cshts per single copy. Paun »o» Maiun.—Three monthe tl Tl; sli month! $8 00; one year $0 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub oeribera six monthe for 75 rents; one year, tl 60. rpHM OLD DOMINION GREENBACK PRIZE PACKAGE Contain! 10 Sheet! Note Paper, 10 Envelopes, 1 Pen ell, 1 Pen-Holder, 1 Card Picture, 1 Pon, a Set of Jewelry, beeldee from 6 cento to tl In Greenback!. Try yoor Inch. ap2»—lw JOHNgTON A SBLTiEN, MARCHEITBR ADVERTIBBMENTI "M" O T I 0 ■ .—I moat reipectfnlly call the etten- Xl tion of my friends and the public at large to my fine assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, en the corner of Hall and Eleventh street!. All I ask la an equal share of the trade, and satisfaction will be given. my I—Sw P. BOWIB. "VfAYO'S BRIDGE OPEN TO TRAVEL.—MAYO'S ITX BRIDGE will be open for ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 May 1871

ifcrnuna £tott $<nmuil. K»WA R~D I> ANIK I. S , Bl rTOB VNP MANAGER. No Ml)) M»;n Htv.l. ltlrfmonO Va Offlfliil Paper for the (ioTernment- MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1871. OFFAL FISH AS BIANCRB. Visiting several extensivo fisheries dur ing llie past week, we were disagreeably impressed as wo approached with a stench of the 'loudest" kind. It was absolutely sickening a short distance away and only upon close contact and after some little familiarity reconcilable to our editorial olfactories. Tho foul gassos thus loading tho air with pestilence sprung frem vast quantities of refused fish thrown out of tho teinos and abandoned on the shore, In such quantities that cventhe cairion eating birds could only devour a small fraction of them. Along these siiotca were vast quantities of muck, and in several instances, marl cropping out on the very beach whero the fish lay decaying. These materials piled tigelherand composted, foYm fish guano, an article extensively sold in Northern mar kets,...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 May 1871

(&vt\\m<\ £tate goimml MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1871. , r Ctiitom and Itsadj-Jladt Clot hi ng. WITH A SKETCH OF THE LEADING HOUSE OF DEVLIN & CO. The manufacture and sale of ready made clothing constitutes a branch of trade which is everywhere strictly dependent upon tho progresa of wealth aud refine ment. Next to Bheltor and subsistence, the principal want of mankind is for clothing adapted to the circumstances of ' climate, season, national habits, or indi vidual taste and caprice. A very great part of the internal and foreign trade of the most commercial States consists in the exchange and distri bution of materials for clothing, in the raw or manufactured stato. The importation and sale of foreign and domestic cloths has passed, in a measuro, into the bands of wholesale clothing .mer chants who unite tho jobbing business with that of manufacturers and dealers in clothing on a large scale. So extensive have some of these become, that several thousand persons have boen em...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 1 May 1871

MQNDAYIiVENING, MAY 1, 1871. J ntauchcsicr New. and Gossip. r Hdigioiu— At the Baptist church, yesterday morning. Rev. J. F. Deans delivered an able discourse, on the glory of the Cross, from i these words: "But God forbid that I should ' glory, save in the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. He tet forth the fact that men in this ' day gloried in the things of this world rather ' than their future salvation, 4c. At the Methodist ohurch at night, the pastor ' Rev. W. H. Christian, occupied the pnlpit. ' Us selected as his text Hebrews 2, 3 : "Hew sball we escape, if we neglect so great salva tion." Tbe spesksr after referring to tbe fact, , that in a former discussion he bad considered j the msgnitude and importance of the great salvation spoken of in the text, proceeded to show the impossibility of escaping the wrath of God if this salvation be neglected. This aj> peared from the following considerations : 1. The negleotor of this salvation violates an infi nite obligation to Cod an...

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. — 2 May 1871

ii POBLI8HSD DAILT-(8nnd» T i Kxo.pt*! at 0l»K «•»'■ atraat, hi elm •>■<!, Va The JOURNAL la delivered to nrtewrlbari In the olty at Frm» f inw rm Win, payable to the earrlera—Tuam Ctms par alngle copy. Paid r» Mmiijio —Three month a SI Tl; Its montha $3 00; on* year $6 00 rhe WniLT JOURNAL will be mailed to rab •Bribers six montha for 76 cent!; on* year, tl 60. TO ADVERTISERS. [ Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be in serted under the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] RICHMOND THEATRE. ENGLISH OPERA. THB BOHEMIAN GIRL, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS, Mat Jan and 4th, 1871, by RICHMOND AMATEUR OPERA TROUPE. Majsr WM. B. MYERS Stage Manager. Major WM. H. CABKIB Business Manager. Professor ft A. AMBOLD Musical Director. TICKETS: Dress Circle and Orchestra Chairs $1 00 Reserved S>ats (extra) 25 Family Ci...

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. — 2 May 1871

Evening £ tote gottwat KUWA 11 l> DA NIEI.B, KMI'OR AND MANAGER. Ho BIS4S MM" Street. Hlchmenil. Va Official Paper for the Government TUBSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1871. a£9»T«J"----SBJ—J—— —ja^—Bß—ajg——«— —. The Decision of Judge Hans In the Case of the Clerk of the Hustings Court of Peterehurg. ' This remarkable decision has not hereto fore attracted the notice it deserves. The Democratic press of Virginia has been prompt to condemn in advance the claim of Senator Abbott to a seat iv the Senate of the United States, and to denounce un sparingly the attempt to seat him in that body on the ground of the ineligibility of his opponent, and that he having been the only eligible and lawful candidato before the Legislature of North Carolina, was du ly elected. The Index and Courier of Judge Mann's own city, have severely crit icized and stigmatized Abbott for setting up such a claim, and tbe United States Senate for entertaining it, and yet they have appiovcd and sustained tha decis.ou of J...

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