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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 8 May 1871

fttttttog ftat^gpwgrt- MONDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1871 American Insiltute Formers' Club. NOTES OF DISCUSSION—EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS, «C. At the last meeting Hon. George Geddes, of Onondaga, was present; and the way ha did cut and slash among the theorists with his sharp, practical sense, was re freshing to hear. If there is one thiDg more than any other that wo like to know belongs to man, is common sense; and there is nothing that breeds it so surely as hard work on a farm, or dealing with ma terial facts anywhere. Take, for instance, the hackneyed old theme of whether One HUNDRED B USIIF.LS OF corn can be produced per acre, which waa being dis cussed wben wo last entered the club room. W. Wilson, of Coatsville, Pa., had written tho club that he doubted the statements of the Professor of Foreign Marble in his history of the Worth Farm concerning tho production of 110 bushels per acre, and adds:—"ln this vicinity I cannot find any ono who credits it. I have lived the most of my life in 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. — 8 May 1871

tfvemna flute gflmnitt. MONDAY PjVENING, MAY 8, 1871. 1 ' ■' ' Internal Revenue. TAXES RF.PKALKD AND INCH Mil,!, IN FORCE. For the information of mir readers we publish the following summary of the in ternal revenue taxes still in force, and showing those repealed by the art of Con gress approved July 14, 1870: TAXES lIFPBA I.F.P. From and after October 1, 1870, taxes on sales, saving and excepting taxes on sales paid by stamps, and the taxes on sales of leaf to bacco, manufactured tobacco, snuff, cigars, foreign and domestic distilled spirits and wines ; also the taxes imposed in Schedule! A on carriages, gold watcbe?, billiard tables, gold and silver plato; special tsx on boats, barges and flats ; tax on legacies and success sions; on passports, and on gross receipts; stamp tax imposed in Schedule B on promis sory notes for a less sum than one hundred dollars, and on receipts for any sum of money, or for the payment of any debt; stamp tax imposed in Schedule C on canned and pre se...

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. — 9 May 1871

II COBLIBHKD DAILY— (SnndaTl Exoeptod AC :tt'*\i Hiia Bti«.t, itlclm.o-.', Va The JOURNAL la delivered to subscribers tn tb< city at Firritif Chits paa Win, payable to tbi carriers—THau Gints per single copy. Pairs voa Maui™.— Three month! $1 If: ill months IS 00; one year $6 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to tub sorlbers six months for 70 cents ; one yoar, $1 60. T^~AI)VERTrSE]{S. [Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Fonnd, For Kent, Ac, not exceeding three or four linos, will be In serted under the proper headings at TWENTF-FIVE CENTS, for one insortion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS; throe insertions, SIXTY CENTS—In- Tarlably CASH IN ADVANCE.) SHtPPIMb TfOB JAMBS AND OUICKAIIO^NTIRIWKSr' The fast and elegant side-wheol steamer PALI SADE, Captain Cbab. NcLsoif, will leave her wharf at Ro ketu for King's Mill Wharf, on James river, on TUESDAY and SATURDAYS at 9 o'clock A. M., connecting with the 12 o'clock train at City Point from Petersburg. Returning, will leave King's M...

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. — 9 May 1871

. l ■ ■ -i— -= Til* Petrrsliurg Index on Ihe Decision of Judge Mann nna Ibe Journal. The Petersburg Daily Index, of the 4th instant, takes us to task for, and attempts to refute, our article in relation to the re markable decision of Judge Mann, of that city, in tho contested election case of Armistead vs. Davis. It gives an account of the case, and justifies fully the decision of the Judge, by which Mr. Armistead was awarded an office for six years, which Judgo Mann, Mr. Armistead aud the Index know tin people did not desire him to fill, which they kuew would not be given him if the case was remanded to the people— a decision by which Judge Mann seized the power which the constitution and laws of the StAlo place in tbe hands of the people, and virtually appointed a man to an office which, by our constitution and laws, is made elective. The argument of the In dex, in support of this decision, is based upon two propositions : First, that by tho election law of tbe State tho decision ...

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. — 9 May 1871

NOTES OK DISCUS.-HON —EXTRACTS FItOM LETTERS, &0. Red Clover Killing Cattle.—B. Reaves, Marshall, Mo., had two fine steers that were fed ou corn until March 25 and then turned into a field of red clover. "After they had been on the field twelve or fifteen days, on the evening previous to their death they appeared to bo unusually full and uneasy, and ou the following morning found them dead. Now I wish to know if clover will kill cattle ?" Mr. Dodge said yes ; it generntes gas in the stomach, resulting in bloat or hoven. Mr. Peters never had trouble whou he turned bis cattle into fresh clover, provided they were not turned iuto it until tho dew was off and had been previously fed salt aud ashes mixed. Mr. Qeddes said that the best way to relieve an animal affected by hoven or bloat is to puueture the ttuimal wilh a dirk-shaped knife (which every herdsman should carry) iv the flauk, on the left, about three inches below the spinal col umn and midway between the last rib and the hi...

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. — 9 May 1871

association, riiil are said to be hard a work recruiting. This speaks well (or them, who are be ginuing to realize the importance of look ing afler their own interests. The Fredericksburg News has purchase* a new dress, and is as proud of it as a rooster iv spring-time. A little cleaning up occasionally i healthy. Mr. \V. S. Gilman, of the Whig, dc Hvercd his famous lecture ou the "Goat last night in Fredericksburg, to a larg and intelligent audience. The papers speak very highly of Mr Oilman's lecture. Fredericksburg has paid during the pa year about $10,000 of the principal of its Better off than Richmond I The receipts of tobacco at the wart bouses in Lynchburg, were unusual! large last week, thero being a gain of 2 hogsheads, and 144,200 pounds of loose. Revenue collections in the Petersbur district for tho month of April, amountct The Council chamber at Lynchburg h beeu fitted up and handsomely furnisher for the use of tho United States distri How about the market-house V A fre...

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. — 10 May 1871

(fwttimi £tate Journal POBMBHED DAILY— (Sundays Exo*pU« At 91»Vi Walt. Htr..l. RUhmoad, Va Th. JOURNAL la delivered to subscribers In tb. city at Fimtif <«jits ... Win, payable to th. oarrters*-To.REa Cists per single copy. Pmica yon Maiuss—Three months $1 «: six month. *3 BO; one yo«r $6 00 tlie WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers «l» nontbs for 75 cents ; on. year, $1 60. To advertisers! [ Advertisomenis of Last, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four line., will b. in serted under Ihe proper headings at TWENTT-FIVB CENTS, for on. insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS— in variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] IBIPfHO "Por jambs and ciuc^Alno^iTNTlßTYWisT" The fast and elegant side-wheel steamer PALI SADE, Captain Cata. NiLa.it, will leavn her wb.rr at Ro ketts lor King's Mill Wharf, on June, river onTUKSDAYand SATURDAYS at » o'clock A. M ' connecting with the la o'clock train at City Point from Petersburg. Returning, 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. — 10 May 1871

JEW PUBLICATION*. The Christian Union.—We call the attention of book and newsagents,as well ( as the general public, to the advertisement < of Jv B. Ford & Co, publishers of the ' Christian l'nion, Henry Ward Beecher's new paper. Tho Christian Union is ona of the best papers in tho world, and ought to secure a wide circulation in Vir ginia. The American Rural Home—a new agricultural paper, published in Roches ter, New York—is on our table. It is a very attractive sheet, aud is filled with ncellent matter for the farmer and horti- i culturalist. It ha 9 a fine family depart- ' ment also. We wish it great success. i The Chicago Schoolmasteb is a ster- ( ling monthly, devoted to the topics sug gested by its name. Among its contribu tors, we recognize some of the most accomplished names of tbe profession in the West. Its articles are eminently prac tical, aud its thought reaches the highest level of our modern system of instruction- The Southern Planter and Faump.r is before us. ...

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 May 1871

Bprrr.li of Gov. Ueaiy, of l'r lill.y I va nl«, Delivered Before the Working ■ll.n*. Council. [EXTRACT.] There should be no conflict between la bor and capital, and if wise counsels pro rail they will go hand in hand. I have always looked upon labor and capital as twin sisters, or, perhaps, to il lustrate my meaning more strongly, as the Siamese twins, connected together with a cord, the severing of which might be fatal or greatly injurious to both. Without la bor capital would be comparatively useless ; without capital labor would fail to be re mucorative, and public and private enter prise would cease. Neither can, therefore, •ncroach upon or wrong the other with Impunity. lam a friend of that protec tion to American labor which has brought this country to its highest condition of prosperity ; and when the nation extends Its protective and fostering policy over the productive and manufacturing interests the capitalist and transporter should not be permitted to apply all the advant...

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 May 1871

The Mechanic, and tl,e Umiiilrer, To the Editor of the State Journal. The threatening altiludo of the Enquirer toward the Kichmond mechanics will rest certainly fail to accomplish tbe results aimed at by that brow-beating journal. The me chanics of this city and elsewhere aro being aroused to the great importance of protection against old fogyism and heartless capitalists.— The Enquirer contends that a majority of th* present Council Bre mechanics. Admitting tbis to be true, what evidence il there to sus tain the fact that this majority overexerted Itself in Ihe least tn protect brother mechanics from wrong and injustice ! This meritorious class of citizens each have a remedy in tb* ballot-box for whatever wrongs and oppression they suffer. The elective franchise was given tn meet just such cases as tbe one mechanics now present to tbe people of Richmond.— They have votes, anil the opportunity i* near at hand when they can cast them for their own benefit. The calm and intelligent us...

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 May 1871

10 ADVEimSEBS." I A.lvsitisoineuis of Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, So., not exceeding three or four linos, will b. In i.rled under th. proper headings at TWIiNTV-KIVK OBNTS, for one Insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS; thru Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—in variably CASH IN ADVANCE J ASSEMBLY HALL."' MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, May 16tb, 19th and Urn, 1871. UKAHD MATI NE B WEDNEBDAY, it IWO O'CIOCI T It. SATSUMA'fI ROYAL JAPANESE T ROUPS, Star Artist* of both sexes from Jeddo, Japan. Wonderful ACROBATS, JUGGLERS, and EQUILIBRISTS. THE ONLY JAPANB3E TROUPE IN AMERICA. APPBARINO IN THEllt RICH AND NATIVE COSTUMES AT EACH PERFORMANCE. Admission, seventy-live r.enlr. Reserved seits, one dollar. For sale dntlug the day ut West A John ston's bookstore, Mft.n street, sale commencing on Saturday, May 13ih, at 9 o'clock A. M. Adm'ssion to Matinee—Adults, SO cents; Children or. te» 12 years of fgo, 2b cuts. H. SUUUMAN, Director. W. R. HAYDRN, Agent my 10—7t T> ICHMOND THBATR«I ENGLI...

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 May 1871

The people of this city have not forgot ten, nor do we intend to allow them to forget, that the mercenaries who control our municipal affaire have increased the city debt during the last year $682,129.50, and that there is now a deficiency to be provided for in round nurt.bers of half a million of dollars, or, to be exact, $450, --799 22. We have day after day pointed out item after item, sum after sum, squan dered or pilfered from the city treasury, part of this deficit and increased indebt edness, until the itemized list is as long as a yard-stick ; but up to this time no one has dared to undertake to deny the truth ' of our statement or tho positive accuracy of our figures. As a consequence the im pression has been growing stronger every ! hour that the public funds have not otly < beeu squandered recklessly, but robbed and pilfered mercilessly. The City Council at its meeting on tho first of May, goaded to desperation and smarting under the universal execration with which its...

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 May 1871

A correspondent of the Rural New Torker, at Washington county, Virginia, asks us to furnish him with facts and "statistics" likely to sustain the argument that agricultural societies aro conducive to the agricultural development of tho coun try. It is not easy to separate and define the influence these societies have had dis tinctively and directly upon agriculture in the Northern States. For immigration and internal improvements—such as the building of railways, canals, etc. —have been stimulants to production. On the other hand, the increased production re sulting from competitive rivalry at fairs and tbe mingling of faimers with each other and their interchange of experience, has attracted immigration and stimulated internal improvements. So, as we have said, it it nut an easy nutter to give facts and figures that can be regarded as illus trative, exclusively, of tho influence of agricultural societies upon agricultural pro duction and the progress and prosperity of agriculturist...

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 May 1871

THB ENSMSII I.ANOUAOF. c — 8. ar h. f. jx.au. SsJly falls', she was a yonng t-ailiar who taught * Aud her lri.nd, Charley Church, waa a preui l-.er who v praught: 11, Although his eaein'es nailed MM . scre.chor «lio t scrangbt. 11 His heart, wheu b» saw h.r, kept sinking, and sunk, And bis ci.i, meeting hers, kept .inkingand wunk; t Whllesbe, in turn, fell to thiukiugand thunli. I lie hasten*! ti woo h»r, and sweetly he wooed , I For his love grew until a mountain it grew'd, ■ 4nd what he «es longing t« do tben he doed. I In s.cr.t be w*nt»d to speak, and he spoke, To seek with his lips what his heart had long soke : 1 So li. manage! to let the truth leak, and it loke. - He asked her to ride to th I church and they rode, Tb.y so sweetly did glide, that they both sod they gloria, j And they came to the place to bo tied, and were I >.re. t Then homeward, he Baid, let us drive,and they drove, J And as soon as tbey wished to arrivo. they arrove ; I For whatever he couldn't contrive, ...

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 May 1871

I* PUBLISHED DAILY— (Bnnd»yi E»oi»pt»d At 01i*>_ main Btr.*t, Hlchinoi.il. Va Th. JOURNAL I* delivered to subscriber* In th. city at Fifth* i'intx p*a Wik, payable to the carriers—Tores Cuts per single copy. Paid 10a Maiuxo.—Three month* tl 7': sl« months $3 00; one year $6 OO Th. WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed t< snb •oribers si. months for 75 cents ; one year, tl 50. TO~ ADVERTISERS. [Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be in serted under Ihe proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for ono insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three Insertion*, SIXTY CENTS— In rariablyOAßn IN ADVANCE.] A MIIS KM HINTS. ABBBMBLY HALL. HONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, Mat 16th, 16th nndl7iH, 1871. ORAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY, AT TWO O'CLOCK V. 11. SATSUHA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, Star Artist, of both Boxes from Jeddo, Japan. Wonderful ACROBATS, JUOULKKS, and EQUILIBRISTS. THE ONLY JAPANESE TROUPE IN AMERICA. APPEARINO IN THEIR RICH AND N...

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 May 1871

i '*■*—**»**—*«***■ Kl>W AR D DANIR I. « > KBITOR AND MANAGER. ■ a Us!', i*i . Str.et. li r. i-1.11....1. Va Offlcial Paper for the Uovernment FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1871 The Homestead Champion, a monthly paper published in Washington in oppo sition to land monopoly, has just finished republishing from the Westminster Revieto, a very remarkable article on tbe "Land Question in England," the article having extended through tho last four numbers of the Champion. The writer traces the pro cess by which the people of England havo gradually been divorced from the soil, and shows how pauperism has kept even pace with the progress of land monopoly, while the land-owners themselves have steadily endeavored to shake the burden of sup porting the poor, who havo been chiefly made so through their instrumentality. He shows, moreover, tbat the estate of the great Nobles, were formerly mere gifts from the Crown, held in consideration of service rendered to tho State in time of war, Ac , an...

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 May 1871

New York Farmers' Cltib. To Keep Beef a Long Time.—Eliza beth Gila, of Maine, wrote: "To prepare bsef tbat will keep good for many months, boil it until it is thoroughly cookeil, then chop it fine and spread thin on plates, and turn it over every day till it is thoroughly dried. This must be done after tho flies are gone into winter-quarters. Beef dried ' thus must be soaked eight or ten hours in ' a little cold water, just enough to havo the beef absorb it; it then may be made into broth, or hash, or meat fritters. Beef prepared in this manner and kept in jars is very convenient on a sea voyage, rr in any place whero fresh beef cannot easily be obtained. The liquor that it is boiled in can be preserved any leDgth of time by ( boiling it down very strong—say till one gallon is evaporated to one pint, and theu adding flour and making it into thin cakes, half aa thick as crackers, and drying them in an oven till they are like rusks. Then pound them fine when used as gravy or beef brot...

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 May 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 12,1871. Work. CV ALICK Clfcl. 1> -Xli itr.l v:>. an t iiji ai.d .l.iwn, Over and over and ovor ; Turn in thH lulls hie ,1, dry and brown; Turn eat tho bri rht re I clover. Work, and the sun your work v.ill share, Aud the rain iv its timo will fall; For Nature, she worketh everywhere, Aud tiie grace of Cod through all. With hand on the spa b- and hoirt iv the ski, Dress the ground and till it; Turn iv the little seed, brown aud dry ; Tnru out the gnbleu millet. Work, aud ycur house shall be duly red ; Wm k, aud rest shall be won ; I hold that a man bad better be dead, Thau alive, when his work Is done' Down »nd ap, and up and down, On the hill-top, low in the valley ; Turn lv the little seed, dry aud brown, Turn out tbo rose and lily. Work with a pls.n. or without a plan, And yonr ends they shall be shaped true: Work, and learn at first hand, like a man— The best way to know Is to do I Down and up, till life shall close, I'.-asiug not your praises ; T trn i...

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 May 1871

tfttmnn Sttett frontal I* r-DIILISHKD DAILY— (Fututey* ExoepUd At Mali. Street, Hlehmond, Va The JOURNAL Is dellvgrod to *ne*crll>ers In th* city at FirncN Cinib ran W**a, payable to the carriers—lhbk Ctnr* per single copy. I'R'ii fob Mjiiuo Three month* fl 7f- sla months $3 00; one year $8 00 Ch* WKEKLY JOURNAL will b* mailed tn «nb torlbera si* months for 76 cent*; one year, 91 61. TO ADVERTISERS [Advertisement* of Lost, Want*, Found, For Rent Ac, not exceeding three or four linos, will be In • erted under the proper headings at TWENTY-FIV GENTS, for one insertion; or two insertions for FOI TV CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—In variably CASH IN ADVANCE] A(MU»*DII1IBNT8. A Bs¥mbLY HALL. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, May 15th, 16th and 17tb, 1871. GRAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY, AT tWO O'CLOCK P. M. SATBUMA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, Star Attlsta of both sexes from Jedilo, Japan. Wonderful ACROBATS, JUGGLERS, ami EQUILIBRISTS. THE ONLY JAPANESE TROUPE IN AMERICA. APPEARING IN THEIR ...

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 May 1871

of the Northwest, published by Bon nsls cV Mosley, at Oskosh, Wisconsin.— The Journal has a kind word for us, which we appreciate. We remember the thriv ing city, of which this brilliant paper is a fitting representative, when it was a straggling town of Indian trading shops and a few rude dwellings. Only twenty years have passed, and it is a city of 20,000 people, thß outgrowth of that wonderful life and enterprise which has built up the West. We want that enterprise to-day hero in Virginia. Wo have everything that God ever gave to make a Stato great and rich, but meu of tho right kind and money. Looking back, however, we aro full of hope for this new field of labor. Wo re member our first speech at Oskosh, when it was little less unpopular to teach Re publicanism thero than it now is in Rich mond. Wo had rough campaigniog iv all that upper country in those days when we attempted to teach the doctrines of progreEß and humanity to rudo and almost savage men. The early population of ...

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