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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 May 1871

= tfrcnittt, State ffltmtat IRDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1871 — *■ - .. -ii ■ Hew York farmtri' Club. ■DM Grape-vines.—Dr. Hull,-el that ho was unable to trim bis grape, in the fall, and asked'whether ii do to prune them dow. Mr. Trim o. ' Mr. Eiwton—Yes ; I havt vines as late aa the lOlli of May, rill bleed but not enough to hurl Mr. Dodge—Don't prune, rub oil <ots. Mr. Ely—That will do, or il ano apply grafting wax or grafting to the wounds, or a potato is good. 11. Williams—Wait till tho leaves lewhat developed and then prune, i there will be something to absorb ra sap. iicken Record.—S. Seelcy, Esq., ? liill, Conn., wrote : "I havo kept 10 to 300 fowls for twenty or twen years past. I havo kept correct during that timo of the number of of grain tho hons eat during each o amount tho eggs sold for each c market price of the grain, etc. — p sold, taking one year wilh an icluding the worth of the manure ) eggs and chickens consumed iv ily, were about fifty cents per hen an their feed c...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 May 1871

r Pf.Uic Sihoo!s.—The Board of Trustees of tbe Public Schools will submit to the voters of Manchester township, on Ihs 25th inst., tbe question of levying a tax to carry on said school*, which is a subject that demands the rupport of all advocates of education. The Poisoning Cate.—A e.c;ne occurred in the magistrate's court thia morning, which was presided over by Justices Martin, Kd wards and Robins. The case of Daniel Walker and Sarah Scott, charged with the murder of Fleming Scott, by poison in 18f!0, was brought up for a hearine," Capt. Wm. I. Clopton rep resentine the Commonwealth and S. M. Page and Mr. Cosby the defence. Juat a* Captain Clapton was about to address the court. 8. M. I'age entered, addressed the ear of the court, nnd proceeded to read a paper which he held in his hand. Clopton, as Commonwealth* attorney, asked to see it, which Page refused, and handed it to the court. Mr. Cosby then read the document, which turned out to be a writ of habeas corpus, demanding tha...

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. — 15 May 1871

II POBLIBHED DAILY— (Bunday* Excepted Aft Html** atraat, ltlclimn»ci. Va The JOURNAL la delivered io «uh«crlber» In the cit; at Fifteen Cents pbb Wik, payable to the carriers—Threi Cent* per single copy. raici roa Maiuns.—Three month* fl 76; an month* $S 00; one year to 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to «nb •erilMrs alx month* for 75 cents; one year, tl 60. ~~~ .^™* ! " U "J"' ,H " 1,T1, • A iflilHß L V HALL. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WBDNBBDAY, May Itiiß, 16in and I7ib, 1871. ORAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY, At TWO O'CLOCK P. tl. SATSUMA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, Star Artists of both sexes from Jeddo, Japan Wonderful ACROBATS, JUGGLERS, aud EQUILIBRISTS. THE ONLY JAPANESE TROUPE IN AMERICA. APPEARING IN THBIRRICH AND NATIVE COSTUMES AT EACH PERFORMANCE. Admission, sevonty-flvo cents. Reserved seats, one dollar. For sale during; the day at West * John ston's bookstore, Main street, sale commencing on Saturday, May 13th, at 9 o'clock A. M. Admission to Matinee—Adnlts, 60 cent* ; Children unde...

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. — 15 May 1871

TIIIT, MAN OF PROGRESS ! lie seldom lives to realizo the benefits of his labor. His task i 9 an arduous one ; his path rough and stony, and yet he will go on in spite of the roots and stumps ; mount upward, though torn by thorn*; and, foot-sore, will at last si I down upon the highest pinnacle of human ambition, closing his eyes to the world, still hoping that those who follow, will find that his laborß have freed them from the soul-aching trials which he has con quered. These trials make heroes of men, for, without struggling against bitter opposi tion, without warring with the opinions of meu, without originating new ideas, without searchiug among unexplored worlds of thought, without improving,— wa are but of the common herd feeding out of the same platter, each grasping for tiie richest food fouud at the bottom. The world moves, and man must move with it. Governments chaDge, diseases change, requiring new remedios, each by scientific advancement keeping equal pace. Tho physician...

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. — 15 May 1871

___ Hole" Jolninon—Hl* Treatment at Farinvllle—A True Account. Farmville, Va., May 18, 1871. To the. Editor of the State Journal. I havo noticed with amusement and witb some astonishment the mendacious attempts of the Democratic press to make a martyr of our late friend Solon Johnson, who rather intimated when he left us that his career as a Democratic orator should cease from that date. Tho unfortunate was not only skinned but tanned also ; aud though his hide was a large one, it was thoroughly done, and I assure you it was a most enj lyable and laughablo process. And as in the Journal of the 11th instant you call for the facts, it will give me pleasure to do so as briefly as possible. During the whole of last week placards were posted all over tho town, announcing that a noted orator would be there the Saturday following, and inviting every one to hear him. Indeed the occasion was deemed bo important that tbe town bell was rung (fact), and we, amongst others, wended our way toward...

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. — 15 May 1871

MONDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1871. , i The following puin, written for the occasion of tbe Annual Reunion of the Heroes of Vir ginia, by liret Harte, was read and elicited much applause : The Old Major Kxplnln*. 11 r BUST UABTB. Well, yuu see the fact is, Colonel, I don't know as I can come ; For the farm is not half planted, and there's work to do at home; And niv leg is getting troublesome—it laid me up last fall; Anil the doctors —they have cut and backed— and never found the ball. And then—for an old man like me—it's not ex actly right, This kind of playing soldier, with no enemy in The Union—that was well enough 'way up to But this reUnion— maybe now it's mixed wilh politics. No? Well, you understand it best; but then you eoe, my lad, I'm Deacon now, and some might think that tho example's bad. And week from next is Conference. You said tho l'-lib of May? Why! that's the day we broko Ibeirllcein Spottsylvania! Hot work 1 eh, Colonel, wasn't it I Ye mind that narrow front— Tbey calle...

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. — 16 May 1871

I ing £ tate journal BJ BED DAILT— (Bondayi Exoepte* i Slala Sir*.l, lllclimour), Va UNA I, |* delivered to subscriber* In tb< FTr.tn Chit* ra* Week, payable to thi hree Caata per singlo copy, a Majurs. — Three month* tl 7tj alt 10 j one year $0 00 IKLV JOURNAL will be mailed to mh months for 75 cents; one yoar, $1 60. B W T B. iIBLY ITALL.~ r, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, Ur 16th, ICth and 17th, 1871. MATINEE WEDNESDAY, At rwo O'CLOCK P. at. L'B ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, of both sexea from Jeddo, Japan. ICROBATB, JUGGLERS, and EQUILIBRISTS. JAPANESE TROUPE IN AMB RIC ING IN THEIR RICH AND NATIVE MBS ATTACH PERFORMANCE, seventy-five cents. Reserved teats, on* lale during the day at West k John tore, Main street, sale commencing on y 13th, at 9 o'clock A. M. to Matinee—Adnlts, 60 cents ; Children -a of age, 26 cent*. U. BCHUMAN, Director. EN, Agent. my 10—7t IS AND 111 VERS, ad olegant aide-wheel steamer PALI n Ohas. NEL9OK, will leavo her wbarf >r King's Mill Wharf, on James river and ...

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. — 16 May 1871

i , . v PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. We print to-day the new circular of this noble and rapidly growing society for the •Imm union of agriculturalists and growers of fruits and flowers. As we havo before stated, tho Order was instituted by William Saunders, Ksq., the Superinten dent of the Experimental Gardens at- Washington, and one of tho most skill ful and experienced practical horticultural ists in the United States. It is designed to unite both sexes and people, in country and city alike, who have a taste for rural pursuits, in a society for mutual protection and improvement. There is just enough of secrecy in it for protection. Its ritual, prepared by Mr. Sawders, is vory beautiful and impressive, tending to elevate and purify social life.—. This Order should be warmly welcomed by all who would see the young people of tho country grow up with the pure and virtu ous, with elevated tastes and sound minds in sound bodies, which tho intelligent study of horticulture suggests. Enquiries c...

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. — 16 May 1871

Splinters. A talk of misery—the cocktail. A wag advertises baby-jumpers ap "spring goods." Can a lover be called a suitor when he don't suit her ? The sinners of war—Sutlers who seek the bubble reputation at the soldier's mouth. Wyoming must bo a servant girl's para dise, for they get thero $7 a week and have the privilege of voting. Onions are said to be good for nervous people. Wo know some people whom onions make very nervous. A San Francisco hardware dealer, in advertising revolvers for salt), announces that he will also furnish "objects for prac tice." A Mr. Forbes has been shot for "per sonally insulting" the people of Cheyenno. He attempted to deliver a temperance lec ture there. IJToothacho matinees are said to bo "ull the rage" among the young folks addicted to maple-sugar munching this month. Rven the derided organ-grinder b as his good points—he supplies to the pent-up poor one of the greatest luxurios of life—a change of air. An old Wlow went to dine at a chop bouse, and...

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. — 16 May 1871

UKXKHtL «K»S Five were killed aud thirty wounded by Ihe late F.rie railroad accident. Half of the fifteen million loan of Ihe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad company had been subscribed. Coburn challenges Mace to fight imme diately within fifty miles of New York, $5,000 a side. Tom Allen challenges Co burn to fight near New Orleans for $6,000. The merchants and businoss men of Norfolk, held a meeting yesterday to devise nieiiis to improve the business of that city. A good idea! The great boat race came off yesterday afternoon in Norfolk, and resulted in the success of tho "Ceto" over the "Fire-Fly," the latter beiug beaten by the former by 50 seconds. The Republicans of Petersburg are de lighted that the Council refused to gerry mander the city, so as to defeat them in tbe coming election. Not our fix by any means 1 A largo numborof freight and platform cars were demolished and heavy loss in curred by a collision at the Union freight depot at Quincy, 111., on Friday afternoon. The acci...

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. — 17 May 1871

my 17—« wo. a v over nor atreet. T7OB JAMBS AND CHICKAHOMINY UIVEKS. The fast and elegant Bide-wheel steamer PALI SADE, Captain Chas. Nelson, will leave her wharf at Ror-ketts 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 Mill on WEDNESDAYS and MONDAYS, at 6 A. M., touching at all the regular landings each way. Will leave her wha f at Rocketts for Binn's on Chickahominy, THURSDAYS at 6 o'clock A. M., con necting at City Point with the 7 o'cluck train from Petersburg, touching at all the regular landing* on James river down to Dillard'* Wharf, and all regular landing* on Chickahominy. Returning, will have Blnn'a on FRIDAYS at 6 o'clock A M. Freight recoived from 12 o'clock Monday* to 9 o'clock A. M. Tuesdays, and from 12 o'clock to 6 P. M. Wednesdays, and from 12 o'clock Fridays to 9 A. M. Saturdays. Freight for Chickahominy will only bo received from ...

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. — 17 May 1871

Southern Immigration. The Milwaukee (Wis.) Sentinel, alway able aud racy, has the following on South em emigration. We must ask it to raaki an exception in favor of Northern Virginii aud many other districts of greater or les extent iv the South. We want men fron tho West especially. Thoso who leav Wisconsiu to go farther West might fini here as favorable locations in all respect as there. By organizing co-opcrativt culouies the wholo problem of schools roads, churches, and society, is Bolved Wo havo always opposed isolated emigra tion southward. It is sure to be a disap poinlmont in most cases. lint road the plan we propose and re. cjmmend to thoso seeking now homes ir the South or West. It will set the civili zation of tho newer portions of our cou try ahead a quarter of a century if gen rally adopted. Send us your invalids, an we will cure them. Send your stun young men in masses, and we will gi them a field of labor worthy of their be efforts and full of promise Good frien Thomp...

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. — 17 May 1871

To the Editor of the N. Y. Herald :- I beg to submit to the Herald a brie synopsis, witb somo consideration on Ih same, of a proposed bill for a Nation! Exchequer which has received the approva of- many eminent merchants as the bes way of meeting the changos of which ther •re many portent* on tho ('mandril hr zon : —l. There shall be an impost or cap ital of $100,000,000, divided into share of $1,000 each, to be eontiibutod onc-quar ter in coin and three-quarters in legal ten ders. 2. The institution to bo divided int< two departments—one for tho issue of Ex cbequer notes, covered by a deposit of coil and government bonds in the proportlot of one in coin to three in governmem bonds up to two hundred millions, thet one iv coin to two in government bondt for two hundred millions more, and then one in coin to one in government bonds foi two hundred millions more. The Issue Department to bo under the control of threo commissioners at each office, one appointed by the President, one 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. — 17 May 1871

tTUKK DigUt!BSION. — • [Biief p'dutcd loiters upon all sulj.its or public utereit will be welc mic bare, If written plainly, un one fide of the sheet.] Letter from Solon Johnson, Kichmond, May 16, 1871. T» the Editor of the Slate Journal. S due ten days since, I was in Peters burg, and there'met Mr. Goorgc Perkins, a colored gentleman of high standing and a member oi tho Oowervatlve party. He invited me orally at that time, aud sub. seqiientiy tent me a written invitation, with the concurrence of a large number of the best citizens of Priuco Edward, both white and colored, to address a meeting at Farmville, upon the political topics of the day. My object here, as elsewhere, whore 1 hive made addressee, was to procure sig natures to a petition to Congress, for the reduction of tbe tax on tobacco aud for tbe removal of political disabilities. At the meeting in question, I recognized a gentleman I had known from childhood, the Hon. Ed. W. Hubard, of Buckingham, a .d at ouco invited him...

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. — 18 May 1871

(livening £tatt ifaunurt. n FUBLISHKD DAlLY—(Bandars Kzeeptad At «l!i;-j Ham Street, nicl.ms>««l, V« The JOURNAL In delivered to inaaorlbari In the olty at Finns Cnrm m Whs, payable to the carriers—Thru Cains per ilngle copy. Paici »o» Muuss.—Three month! tl TSI lis months $3 00; one year 16 00 The WKKKI.V JOURNAL will be mailed to sob toribera «lz months for 76 centi; one year, $1 60. TO ADVERTISERS. [Advertisement! of Lost, Want!, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four line!, will be in serted under the proper headings at TWBNTY-FIVB OBNTS, for ouo insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three insertions, SIXTY CENTK—in variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] MIM'I'IM). •pOR N EW^YoRKr. ~~ \jS___ssl£sk The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP PACKKT COMPANY'S elegant steam >9 II Ihip W. P. OLYDK, Captain PARKER, will leave her at Rocketts on FRIDAY, May 18th, at 6 P. M. Freight received up te the hour of sailing Close connections and through bills of lading given to all southern and east...

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. — 18 May 1871

dvening #taie journal KDWAKD DANlBl.il EDITOR AND MA.NAOER. Mo VZ4 1 ., 1%ll K.Tw«t. Klrnmsn't. Va Offlrlal Paner for the Government THUUSDAY KVENINCr, MAV 18,1871. Cost of War.—A yiatier laid before the Piilssiau Parliament, the otter day, con tains an a?couot of the exact cost, to Prus sia of the seven weeks' war with Austria in 1800. Including the indemnities paid to the deposed Sovereigns of Hanover and Nassau, the total is $113,163,170. But deductions hava to be made. Tho King of Hanover and the Grand Duke of Nas sau, whoso dominions Prussia aunexed, received indemnities to the amount of $18,0(59,080 ; which, largo as it is, is more than covered by the value of the Crown lands and real property which were ac quired in exchange therefor. There also was a sum of $20,025,000, tinder tho bead of repayment to the State Treasury of the Reserve Fund, which was appropriate! by the Prussian government to meet the immediate ne'cessitu-S of tho war. Deducting thesa two amounts, the actual...

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. — 18 May 1871

(Eitentttfl gtate jptmtal. THURSDAY KVKNINO, MAY 18. lr-71. KIIKK. 1)1*01 'S»IIIV. Brief pointed tellers upon all subjects of pilblto interest will be welcome here, If written plainly, on one sM« of the sheet J Light! and Sltadowi. To the Editor of the State Journal. Heaven is conferring and recalling gifts continually ; planting tho earth with im mortal flowers, which are earlier or later transferred to bis celestial fields. We do not always appreciate with what lavish hand our Divine Father is dealing out blessings upon His earthly children ; and in the midst of our selfish complaints, or murmuring discontent, He suddenly withdraws from us some precious gift we held too lightly, or esteemed but a care, and wo awaken to the desolation of our lobs. How vividly memory recalls a morning in the rich autumnal month of November, when tho air was vocal with the plaintive music of falling leavo-i, and the beautiful bills were shaking their golden locks into the bosom of the earth beneath, ...

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. — 18 May 1871

THURSDAY KVENING, MAY 18,1871. If We Knew. If wekO< ■ the woe and heai t a. he Waiting tor us down the road, ]f our lips ould taste the wormwood, It onr be) k* could feel tbe load, Wu!:! we watte the day in wMilog Per a time tbat c*n ne'er bef Would we wait in such impatience For out t-hip* t" cotne from sea ? If we knew the baby finzers, Prtesed against the windaw-pane, W>»u'd be coM and stiff to-morrow— Never trouble us again— Woiil I the bright eyes of our darling Catch tho frown upon our brow J Would the print of rosy flogers Vet us then as they do now I Aii. th v little ice-cold fingers, How they point our luinuriea back To the h hsty words an 1 actions Strewn along our backwood track ! How thoie little hands remlud us, As in snowy grace they He, Not to scatter thorns—but roses — For our reaping by-and by. Strange, wo never prize th 1 * niusic Till the sweat voiced bird had fljwn ; Btrai ge tint we should slight the violets Till the lovely fbiwer* are gone ; Strau :« that...

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. — 19 May 1871

<£wmnfl £tatr gmtnial it PUBLIBHKD DAILY-(Hnndirs Excepted At 01»!_ Mails Strait, Hlchmn.it, Va Th. JOURNAL Is delivered to subscribers In the oltv at Pimm Cists p»» Win, payable to tn« carriers—Tnm Cutrs per single copy. Pain roa Maiuhs.—Three months $1 76: lis months (3 00; one year $6 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will b» milled to sub serfber. "I. months for 75 cent. ; one rear, 1 1 in srniJlKlt RESORTS, rings, BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THESE RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY Are situated fn the romantlo "Warm Springs Valley." Tie season of 1871 will COMMENCH JUNK Ut. These thermal waters »re celebrated for their CURATIVE vn tue fn Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor or Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Liver or Spleen, Chronic Diarrbora or Dysentery, non Organic Paralysis, Old injuries, Disrasts of the Skin, espe daily of Syphilitic origin. Chronic Dl-eases of tbe Uteris, Affections of the Womb, and other Diseases ot l delicate chnrttcter incident to Females. Baths vary in temperat...

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. — 19 May 1871

■l>W AX U OAXIRL', kMTOR AND MANAUKR No ■•■•I 1 , 1»'- Stra.r. lit-i iiooit Va otlltiul Paper Tor the iiuvernnirnt- FrtIDAY KVKNINU, MAY 19, 1871. Women Physicians.—The American MeJical Association lack? the c mrage to meat one question squarely, At its recent annual meeting there was a long and ani mati'i! dabatt concerning the proposed recognition of Wnmeti graduates from uiedical colleges, and finally the whole subject was"indtfi!iitely postponed"—that is to say, it was dismissed. It appears that under the rules of this association, no physician is permitted to consult with the most highly educated woman doctor—al though, as Dr. Atlee, of Philadelphia, neat'y observed, "he may commit with the most ignorant masculine ass in the medical profession." This is a plain state meat of the case. On the other hand, it must be remem beted, even by those who have no sympathy with the s'j-calied Woman's Kighta move ment, that a large number of women phy sicians have won their way to fortun...

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