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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 25 May 1871

TH0B8DAY EVENING, MAY 25, 187lT QHAP- (tiLTUHE. AatEBIOAN GRAPES—DO WE CNDIB8TAND THEIR PROPER CULTURE. In 1867 and 1868,1 travelled through out Europe, and studied the grape in every grape country; and I found the nature and consfitution of the foreign grape so totally distinct from our indigenous grapes, tbat I was naturally led to reflect whether our method of cultivating American vines did not too closely resemble the European system. Hundreds of years of rigid pru ning metamorphosed the European grape until it has become an almost entirely ar tificial product, whilst our vines are al most entirely natural. The vine dressers from Europe, having almost a birthright to teach us how to cul tivate the g-ape, have brought their ideas and treatment among us, and it would seem sheer assurance to take any appeal from their decision ; and so we cut and prune our luxuriant growing vines by the European square and compass, to a severe extent. I think we are beginning to throw off these Eur...

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 May 1871

(Bventafl fftatc goromw. THURSDAY KV-NINU. MAY 26,1871. i'l'lte Robin !Y J rHN 0. 17LITIIIR h utiKhlior ovor ihe way !> cut in the »iin of spring, her ears the locks Of (rray, »d to hear tho loMn sing, v, playing at marhlrs, stopper!, is sport, as boys will ho, ie at th* hird, who lioppod rh to bough iv the apple tre<r. 1 ih,. s ..audnio(her ; "hays you not ad hoy !of the flery pit, op by drop, this merciful bird i water that quenches It I ml dew in his little till, t {all on the souls or sin ; r Ihe mark on its red breast still. nit scorch as be drops It in. iwn rhnddyn !my breast-bnrned bird, sweetly from limb to limb, i the heart of our Lord pities the lost like Him 1" said to the beautiful inyrih ; J of God, In my heart as well ; bought is a drop wberowllh ad losaori tho fires of hell, iovo like raindrops fall, >lty are cooling dew, i the heart of our Lord are all -r like Him iv the good they do !" Atlantic Monthly, PUKE DISCISSION. Ed letters upon all subjects oi pub r...

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 May 1871

§wttfoo £tet* fmrntal ■ rUBMBHED DAlLY_(Hundays Excepted 4t M»lb Slr..«, Rlchmmd, V» Tbe JOURNAL (■ delivered to suhsorlbers In the city at Fimsif Cisti mi Win, payable to the carriers—Th»«i Cixts per single copy. Pbici roa Maiuito. — Three months $1 76; ijj months $S 00; one year $6 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers six months for 75 cents; one year, $1 50. TO ADVERTISERS^ [Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Fonnd, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four Hues, will bo In serted under the propor headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one insertion | or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] SUMMER RESORTS. TTOT ifiitti, BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THESE RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY Are Bltnatod in the romautic "Warm Bprlngs Valley." theseason of 1871 will COMMENCU JUNE Ist. These thermal waters are celebrated for their CURATIVE virtue in Chronic Rheumatism, Oont, Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Liv...

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 May 1871

I DWAHU daniki-s, RMTOR AND MANAGER. ■a> »i»V< "H" Ht.r»«t. KlCmaatt. V« Official Paper for tbe Government FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1871. Tha Chrlatlan Convtntlon at Wash ington. The sixteenth annual Convention of tlie Young Men's Christian Association of the United States and British Provinces began ifs session Wednesday morning in Washing ton. It is probable that the Conference will continue until Sunday evening, and the indications are favorable for an unusually Urge gathering of delegates. When it is borne in mind that the young men who form and fill these conventions are the representative men of the churches, Sunday-schools, and mission and benevo lent enterprises of the whole country ; that each one has been selected and sent as the champion Christian worker, so to speak, of tbe association accrediting him—and that eight hundred or a thousand of these "live" men are gathered into this single annual conference, it is not difficult to be lieve that their proceedings are fu...

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. — 26 May 1871

gMttihfl »Utt gqutttat FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1871. Spirit Of the Press The New York Herald says : "Mr. Fish has certainly conducted his duties as a member of the High Commission very ably and satisfactorily, and would be an excellent man lor us on the Geneva Com mittee.'' The Courier-Journal, in answer to the remark that "every once in a whilo the English Parliament gets an attack of right eousness," says: "If it does it never catches it from the American Congress, which has experienced nothing like a touch of right eousness within tho last ten years." The Galesburg (111.) Free Press says: "It should be the mission of clergymen, of the platform, of the press, of one and all, to create a public opinion wbich will ren der the custom of drinking intoxicating liquors disreputable. This is a highly commendable position, and if it could be made feasible to enact and execute a strin gent statute of prohibition, the world would be the better for it." The New York Commercial Advertizer say...

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 May 1871

Evening jltftti gournat. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 26. 1871 ...... JJ.-L ■■ .-HIM S- -J [From the Atlantic for June.] Compliments. A poet whose fame is is wide as tho world Had a call from a youth wishing greatly to know him, Who entered with stammer and blush, blurt ing out, "I am one of the /km, fir, who've read your new poem." r.iming ont or church, a hearer, greatly pleased, Accosted Dr. J email- — ■ I he beet discourse 1 ever heart! you preach "What was the subject of your sermon ?" Mr friead Tom Vox once lectured In a town, The audience numbering twenty-two • three; And when Tom closed tbey took Itia hand an ■aid, ■ 'T'was not ao tedious ai we thought t'wonli [From the Atlantic Monthly for Juno.] An Advertisement. roa SALS AT A lt.tno.4i>.. A damaged Pbceniz From Arabia Filix, Has lost a claw And part of his maw. Also his jaw. His tale is loose, So that's so use, Has lost both wings. And other things; He never sings, He can't fight, He can't bite. He can't walk, He can't talk, He...

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 May 1871

V %_✓ ■ I UU-ISOKJJ DAI_T-(Bundari Kxoepted \t »ISJ_ Dlala Street, Klohmasxl, V. The JOURNAL Is delivered to snescrlbers In tin rity at Finisß Cirni m Win, payable to thi carriers—Teas. Ciirn per single copy. Prioi ran MaaiifS. — Three months tl Tf; sli months (8 00; one yew $fl 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed tn sub scribers six months for 75 cents; on. year, $1 60. TO [Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be In serted nnder the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVI CENTS, for one Insertion; or tiro insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] SOHHIRH KKSOUTS. TTot ■nivai, BATH COUNTY, TIROINIA. THKSR RENOWNED SPRINGS AND ORIAT NATURAL CURIOSITY Are situated in the romantic "Warm Sprlogs Valley " ■''he season of 1871 will COMMKNC* JUNK lei. These thermal waters are celebrated for their CURATIVR virtue In Chronic Rheumatism, Gout Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Liver or Spleen, C...

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 May 1871

EDWARD DAKIKI.II, Kr.rTOR AND MANAGER. ■ n giUK Main gtraat. Klrhmsßil. Va Offlcial Paper for Hip Government SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 2T, 1871. Bkatf.n outside the walls, driven from the ramparts, and broken at Montmartre, the monster of tbe Paris Cotnmuue rears it* mutinous front again beforo BellovtHe, •ad still defies the government. Slowly retreating from the heart of.the city, tho fanatical insurgents defend every street leading to their stronghold in the eastern suburbs, and lay waste with fire thoso ave nues which they are compelled to abandon. Tbe fighting at the barricades in the streets leading to Belleville has been far more se vere than any heretofore witnessed during the siege, aud the consequences have been ttrrible, both in life and property. Tbe rontest is one which cannot be long sus tained. Against the three several columns of McMtihon the insurgents must give way eventually, but a mob inspired a3 this of Paris is by tho desperation of their cause and the fear of puni...

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 May 1871

____fxt& __ fa^fca ________— ■ (jwalua £Uk journal SATURDAY EVENINgTmaY 27,1871. - i>i> '< of the Press. The New York Tribune saya : "Suffrage in to tho women of this or any other coun try a right given or withheld, which trenches on their worldly comfort, proba bly, bnt doea not touch in one whit their moral sense or the relations and obligations between Clod and their souls." The Chicago Tribune says; "In one sense Mr. Vallandigham has committed burglary, for he has broken into the Re publican wardrobe and stolen all tho old clothes ho could lay his hands on. The question is, whether he and his party will be thoroiigly disguised in their new gar ments, or whether they will bo recognized, i arrested and brought to justice for lar ceny." ' The Trenton Ga/.ette says: "We regard i this visit of Mr. Greeley to the South as , full of promise for the future unity of tho , two sections. We believe that it will be productive of great good. Tho remarks- , ble and unvarying spir...

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 May 1871

!rtng £toU Journal tDAY EVENING, MAY 27,1871, T-»***—■*. **"«**■■ ii■ ■ in_ r'KEK DISCI SHIOV ——— Hiinled letters upon all subjects of public ill be wi-1' in- lion-, if writton plainly, on f the sheet] Editor of the State Journal. T was the intention of voting by it not intended to secure every mac preference of voting for whom hi 11 the precinct ovor which Mr. Da- Jones presided, a voter, who at -1 to hand his ticket to the oflicei g, much to his surprise, and not the surprise of himself, but that o presiding officer, bad his ticket ta >m his hand—that is, the voter 1 ! which was scanned and inspected an iudignity—such an outrage— er before perpetrated in the annah mond. What more could be ex when some three or four young issessing no property interest, oi ber interest—Conservatives, bittei ati yes—arrogated to themselves the question any man's vote; and ruled recinct in question, not from intelli ot from honesty, most assuredly not; ri impudence aud assurance, direct n a quanti...

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 May 1871

IS PUBLISHED DAlliT—(Bnildav! r'xoopted At ei»H "*>•«*« Htreat, Rlehmead, V* The JOURNAL Is delivered to sneeorlbere In the city »t Fittiin Cmrs ps» Win, payable to the carriers—Thru Csnti per single copy. Psion roe Maiurs.—Three months $1 76: six months $8 00; one year IS 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be moiled to «nb sorlbers six months for 76 cents ; one year, el 60. fo adverYi^rs. I Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be in serted under the proper headings at TWBNTY-FIVR CENTS, for one insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTB ; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS— In variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] STJMMKK RESORTS. ■jrfbt sprinas, BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THESE RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY Are situated in the romantic "Warm Springs Valley." I_e season of 1871 will COMMENO JUNE Ist. These thermal waters are celebrated for their CURATIVE virtue in Chronic Rhenmatism, Gout, Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Livor...

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 May 1871

_MM^_____i__BM'*'*M"MWl^W'Si»ii»*'*»'S'*'*'*' 11 ~ 1 '* 111 —' **■ Evening i-itate fotmuil KDW'/VRD BANIKhS, KIiITOH AND MANAGER. i*« SINV*; Mali, 'tmli Klchmond, V«t Official Paper for the Government .MONDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1871. INFAMY. In spite of the disposition of our politi cal enemies to denounce! members of our party and to take tho conduct of some of tbe bad nion who are in it and make cap ital against us, we are not disposed to be governed by the lex taleonis. The fact which we dosire to bring be fore the public, although occurring in a Democratic community and perpetuated by a body composed of Democrats, is not intended by us as a reflection upon tbe par ty, but to show the condition of a section of our enlightened State, which needs somethiug to deliver it from barbarism and brutality. Certainly the "free school" system of the Slate will not fail to become beneficial to a community cursed by such acts of barbarity. Foreigo missionaries could find at homo a work worthy o...

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 May 1871

American Inatltnte and Farmers' Club. Improved Stock tor California.— James Quinn, Yreka, California, writes :"I eeo Oscar Eaton Is dri.iDg the same kind of nails East that most of our cattle men drive here, to wit: that cattle can be raised In large herds roving through the dry, worthless mountain lands so cheap that those investing iv good stock and land cannot compete with them. I wish tho Club would discuss this subject." Mr. Curtis expressed the opinion that the roam ing herds of the plains must have infused into them fresh and improved blood, or they will surely degenerate. And it will always pay some one to keep and supply such stock. The cautious Commander said that was an opinion ; but aro thero any facts which go to show that this supply must be kept up ? Mr. Bragdon said yes—that the history of our own im proved stock proved it. Our improvements had been made by stock imported from England, where a more scientific and civi lized system of breeding obtained. And there had ...

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 May 1871

In ."_ tino r I » in . c Fa'l in, comrade* I Touch the elbow ! Though our uumbers are but few, r. We will march again together— t. Wo who üßed to wear the blue— I We will shoulder stand to shoulder, } As of old we used to do . c Not with tnmket, sword and bayonet ; ' Not to face a leaden rain ; Not With fear of foe opposing, J March we side by Bide again Not to storm tbe heights of glory ; I Not throngh death to wiu acclaim ; J, But with all our colors drooping, And our music walling low, | Flowers instead of weapons bearing— Not Tor vaiu and empty show- Whither Bleep onr martyred brothers Peacefully, once more we go. As their graves with flowers ws scatter, All the past we live anew ; ( F.ndly hope they march beside us, Though their forms are hid from view ; That we all one day shall muster— One "Grand Army"—in review. t We must pass, our flowers must wither, But their names cannot dscay ; They will shine in song an J story, , Growing brighter day by day. To them other hand* will s...

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. — 30 May 1871

A AMIS Kill KBITS. ■pIoUMOND THEA-RIL ON THURSDAY EVENING, Juki Ist, RICHMOND AMATEUR* DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION will perform for the ' BENEFIT OP THE ORPHAN ASYLUMS of this city, the comedies of DUNDUCKETTY'B PIC-NIC and TOOR PILLICODDY. Reserved seals can lie procured at West k John ■ion's bookstore, commencing Wednesday morning General admission, 75 cents ; reserved seats, $1. Doors open at 7}*_ o'clock, performance to com- WM. B. MYERS, Stage Manager. S-M'L 11. r.IIUM, Treasurer. my 30—td SUMAIER RESORTS, TTOT ■VbIKI-I, 6 BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY id In the romantic "Warm Springs Valley." i of 1871 will COMMENCE .TUNE Ist. lermal waters are celebrated for thoir B virtue in Chronic Rheumatism, Gont, Liver, Chronic Kulargemout of Liver or ronlc Diarrhea or Dysentery, non Organic Old Injuries, Diseases ofthe Skin, espe yphilitic origin, Chronic Dinea.es of tbo notions of the Womb, and other Diseases oi a delicate character incidont to Females. B...

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. — 30 May 1871

The Dispatch labors most ingeniously, s but disingenuously, to unsay for the ex- < leader of the moribuad Confederacy, what < he so carefully uttered for himself and his i adherents, at Augusta. Tho language of Mr. Davis was too plain for the sophistry of the Dispatch to soften or disguise ; for in terms he asserts, that although the ar mies of the rebellion are crushed and scattered, they are not disbanded, the principles for which tbey fought are still believed to be just and right, and that the time is not far distant when through other agencies than armed cohorts in the field (probably the übiquitous and numerous Ku-klux) they will be redeemed from defeat, and triumph over the principles which asserted their supremacy by the agency of the "Boys in Blue."— And that there should be no misconception as to his opinions, Mr. Davis significantly adds he could, and only wished he dared ) say more, but prudence forbade. Tbe Dispatch would glo.o over these notable utterances, and t...

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. — 30 May 1871

ble calamity at the mines at this place bag cast a gloom over tbe whole valley, and the excitement attending tbe sudden ad vent of the king of terrors bas caused many kinds of rumors to be put before the pub lic. As near as can be ascertained from the excited state of things, we draw the follow ing facts: The West Pittston shaft, owned by the Lehigh Valley railroad company, and operated by C. A. Blake & Co., of New York, and of which S. H. Brown, of Wilkesbarro, is resident manager, was DISCOVERED TO BE ON FIRE at one F. M. Saturday. Tbe fire was cansed by an improperly oiled journal of the sliivo or pulley over wbich the wire rope for hoisting carriages from thh shaft is run. This occured in what is called tbe head house, some forty feet above tbe mouth of the shaft. Tbe fire rapidly communicated to the breaker, and soon the whole structure was in flames. The scene now beggars all de scription. It being well known through out town that tbe men were in the shaft working, althoug...

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. — 30 May 1871

*W t 1W $4,080 70 cents is Petersburg's propor tion of the school fuDtl. A negro in Petersburg, has been fined $5 for brutally treating his child. A stable in Petersburg was .truck by lightning Si.t_r.l_y night and entirely de stroyed. Eight thousand dollars has been sub scribed to the Lynchburg and Amherst bridge. Enough to buy Amherst. Dr. Duncan, delivered a lecture last night, in Petersburg. Ilia subject waa 'The power and perils of the age." An excursion party visited Petersburg, Saturday last from Weldon, N. C. It is said tbey came to see the sights. Hard up for Bights, we think. The gas lamps on Sycamore stroet, Pe tersburg, were not lighted the night after the electiou. Tbe "lamp lighters" felt a little dull, we suppose. The people of Virginia are growing rather "cheesy." The "cheese" fever we hope will result in the building of a num ber of factories. The ladies of the Methodist church of Lynchburg have presented Geueral Jubal Early with a handsome walking cane. This can't ...

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. — 31 May 1871

A*.VBEIHE_T., lIICIIMOND THEATRE. ~ ON TnUR3DAY EVENING, Juki Ist, THE RICHMOND AMATEUR DRAMATIC ABSOCIATIOti will perform for the BENEFIT OF THE ORPHAN ASYLUMS of this city, the comedies of DUNDUCRETTY'S PIC-NIC and POOR PILUCODDY. Reserved seats can be procured at West _ John, ston's bookstore, commencing Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. General admission, 75 cents ; reserved aeata, j I Doors open at ly, o'clock, performance to com raence at 8. WM. B. MYERS, Stage Manager. S-M'L 11. l'i-_i.iiM, Treasurer. my 30—td Sf MM 1.11 RESORTS, TT O 'F^TRIN__7~ BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THESE RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY Are situated in Ihe romantic "Warm Springs Valley." "'lie season or 1871 will COMMENCE JUNE IST. These thermal waters are celebrated for their CURATIVE virtue in Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Liver or Spleen, Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysentery, non Organic Paralysis, Old Injuries, Diseases of tho Skin, espe cially of Syphilitic ori...

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. — 31 May 1871

The horrors ot tue t_oiu_j__e arc __.. plcmented by excesses of the Versailles Go vernment. The last fight in the Cemetery of Pere La Chaise was simply slaughter, the maniacs of the Commune, by a resis tance as vain as it was inhuman, provok ing a terrible fire from tbeir enemy which destroyed aliko the men and tbe women aud children who had followed their for tunes. Sinco the surrender tbe men taken in arms have been shot by platoons, a hun dred falling at a single fire, and these sum mary military executions have taken place simultaneously in three or four places.— Such policy is incomprehensible to us, who have not shot a single leader of a much greater insurrection ; but such a populace as that of I'aris is also incomprehensible aud fortunately unknown to ns. Human ity will condemn it without question ; but it is uncertain if any other less cruel course of action is open to M. Thiers. He must be cruel to maintain himself, and it is doubtful if the most positive action can now sa...

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