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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 June 1871

Seven alleged widows are said to claim the estate of tho Earl of Aberdeen, who some time ago was drowned while serving aa mate on an American vessel. The Empress of Prussia has given $1,000 to the society started in Berlin for the pur pose of devising original German fashions. A St. Louis lady not only brings suit for breach of promise against her faithless swain, but also includes his father, whose objections broke off the match. A pretty pocketbook has been patented for ladies. It can "neither be lost or stolen," as It is attached by an ingenious contrivance to tbe palm of the hand. An Arkansas woman named Emily Sarah Lord is reported to have had nine husbands in ten years. Two died with suspicious suddenness, and three wero di vorced. What became of the rest is not stated. A woman named Keyderliog, of Fulton ville, kindled a tire by means of kerosene, the other day, with the usual result. Her entire person was burneJ in a horrible manner, and she died in about two hours afterward...

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. — 6 June 1871

<_sMmtto gink §omml TUKSDATWISNINCr. JUNK G, 187 T. The Lost Maiden. Oh, sweet Biddy Harden, why, why did yen leave ua. And thus of your company early bereave us 1 Your voice never more shall be heard in our kitchen; Your Kilkenny manners, so fine and bewitch in'; • Such very nice ways our abode shall ne'er grace again. Nor on lo your countenance e'er may we gf.-e again. You said it was sinful such burdensome duties Should fall on your delicate shoulders—(the beauties'.) You said that the hour we'd set lor onr dinner Would not at all suit—be she saint or a sin ner- Such an over-worked maid—or the "man" that is "inner." Then you had to get dinner as well as to "ate" The washing; of dishes you thoroughly hated ; The making of beds was your special aversion ; Seven evenings a week was jour only diver sion 1 Your name, you wonld have us know— Miss Biddy Hardin— Was good as e'er fortune was made in or mar ried In. That beautiful nose—(l may mention concern ing Its radiant hue, and its...

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. — 7 June 1871

TO ADVERTISEKS. | Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, for Rent, Ai-., not exceeding three or four tines, will be In serted under the proper headings at TWBNTY-FIVB CENTS, for ono Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—lu variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] SHIPPING. • .Tames River Stumboat Co., 1 Richmond, June 0,1871. j SPECIAL NOTICE.—Tho steamer _ _^» JOHN SYLVESTER will miss .<_Esjji|» her trip to Norfolk to-morrow (Wed- nesdaj), resuming h«r regular run bß2_--__ on FRIDAY NEXT, tho 9th Inst., leaving here at.', A M. L B. TATUM, |n li—_t Oeneral Agent. IJsO R NEW YORK. „d___l__, The OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S elegant nide-wheol MM-MB-fc steamship ISAAC BELL, Capt. Hi.skim in. will leave her wharf, at Rocketts on FRIDAY, June Mb, at 9 ..'clock A. H. Freight received until SAM. Through bills of lading signed, aud goods for warded with dispatch to all pointa—north, Bouth, east and west. Close connections made with Cunard 1 Ine for foreign por...

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. — 7 June 1871

tive months seems rather to have assumed new phases than actually to have abated, j Miarule iv Paris has not had its fling, and I anything like a stable government is scarcely to be expected in a hurry: . Things must bo allowed to settle down. Order has to be restored, and however painful it must be, it is to be feared that this can scarcely be done without making an exam ple, as is tho European fashion, of a large number of the Communists. The Phila delphia Press thinks iheir great mistake has been the belief, so long prevailing among Frenchmen, that Paris is France. Hence the desire to concentrate all author ity there by establishing a vast system of centralization. Communism, whoso lead ing principle is tbat he who pos sesses property must necessarily be a robber, aod that all men—good and bad, industrious and idle—should share and Bhare alike, is strongly antagonistic to I republicanism, whose principle is full pro- I tection of the rights of property, whether it be earned or in...

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. — 7 June 1871

co-operation in butter making, the milk being brought within one mile of the fac tory before setting. Mr. Curtis —Such institutions aro being organized in different sections of the coun try. The system Is as good for butter as for cheese where the milk can be got to- J gether bandy. Milk for butter can't stand 1 jostling as it can for cheese. Mr. Rly—l have talked with dealers who say thoy like the butter made at these factories, as thoy find it fresher and more uniform in quality. Mr. Lyman—A dairy-houso costs from $600 to $800, and this will tako the milk of from fifty to sixty cows. If neighbor hoods would combine and build a good apriog-houso, tho quality of butter would b3 considerably enhanced. VIBQINIA - INDUCEMENTS TO IMMIGRANTS. C. P. Itamsdell, Spring Grove, Virginia, mentioned them as follows: 1. Nearness to the great cities and cheap communica tion therewith. 2. Cheap land, free from rock, with a gently rolling surface. 3. An abundance of timber for building and fencing....

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. — 7 June 1871

Daring Hobbrrjr at Hickaford—Arrest of the Thler. Hicksforii, OmtHimu County, 1 June 6, 1871. | 7V> th* h'ditor of the Stat* Journal : Last night a thief, and stranger among ns the ritizens of this county, gained ad mission iuto the houses of Messrs. W. 11. dudkins, W. B. Manart), (United States assessor,) L. L. Deakins, and .Tolin R. Chambliss. Tho last named gentleman lost $300 in money and his wife's gold watch. The citizens gave chase to the scoundrel by telegraph, and otherwise, and he was arrested this morning at Weldori, and will be brought here to-night for examination to-morrow, when you shall bave all tho particulars. I will state that the articles have all been recovered except $80. The thief drank a bowl of milk from L. L Deakins and took a pocket knife from W. H. Judkins. Meherrin. ia» The Ruler of New York. —George Alfred Townsend, iv the Washington Capital, writes as follows of "tho boss": I have known Tweed for very ma_y years. He is a man without shame, and very ...

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. — 8 June 1871

P»OK JAMES AND OHICKAHOMINY RIVERS. Tb* fast and elegant side-wheel steamer PALI SADE, Captain Obis. Nilsom, will leave ber wharf at Ro. ketta for King. Mill Wharf, on James river. onTUBSBAYand SATURDAYS at 8 o'olock A.M., connecting with the 12 o'clock train at City Point from Petersburg. Returning, will leave King. Mill on WEDNESDAYS and MONDAYS, at 8 A. M., touching at all the regular landings each way. Will leave her wharf at Rocketta for Binn's on Chlckahominy, THURSDAYS at « o'clock A. M, con necting at City Point with th* 7 o'clock train from Peteraburg, touching at all th* regular landings on Jamea river down to Dillard'. Wharf, and all regular landing, on Chlckahominy. Returning, will leave Blnn'. on FRIDAYS at 0 o'olock AM. Freight received from 12 o'clock Monday, to 9 •"'•p* •*•• M.Tueadaya, and from 12 .'dock to 6 P. M. Wednesday., and from 12 o'clock Fridays to 9 A. M. Saturday.. , Jr*/*; ht f cr Ohlckahomlny will only be received from 12 o clock Wednesday, to 9 A. M. T...

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. — 8 June 1871

A HINT FOR A VIRGINIA. CORPORA- ( TION. Early in the laEt session of the General Assembly, n bill amending the charter of the Virginia International Land, Loan ' and Immigration company, was presented and muchly discussed, for the reasons, that the privilege conferred upon the incho ate company were novel, both in diver sity and extent, ranging from a bank to a beet patch, and including everything in termediate, —as ooean steamships, pawn brokerage, parks, cemeteries, &c, &c. Horace Greeley, as one of the corporators, must have contributed " What I known of Farming," hence, probably, the intro duction of the clause in relation to "cultl- t vatlon of the beet," and on his return from ] Texas, —if he does not puff up and explode by reason of too much self-importance, and K. K. laudation, —he may perhaps pass I through Virginia, and inaugurate opera tions under the "beet" provision of the charter. Bat, jeotiug aside, the cultivation of the beet, for manufacture of sugar, is 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. — 8 June 1871

much food which simply produces warmth •ad fat, fiuoh as ham, fat pork, white bread, butter, rice, tapioca and starch. These contain very little phosphatic food, being chiefly carbonaceous. Prof. Agassiz says "fish enters largely into the requisi tion of the human system. It is a kind of food which refreshes the system, especially after intellectual fatigue. There is no other article of food that supplies the waste of the head so thoroughly as fish diet. Fish contains phosphorus to a large extent, a chemical element which the brain requires for growth and life. He would not say that exclusive use of fish would make a blockhead a wise man, but that tbe brain would not be wanting iv one of its essen tial elements." Man cannot, however, live on fish alone, because most fish are not fat enough to furnish tbe heat-producing element in sufficient quantity. The amount of phosphate or brain supporting food contained in the flesh of animals is in proportion to the activity of that animal; th...

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 June 1871

A tree in California is said to be forty- I four feet four inches io diameter. , I A superior quality of coal has beeo dis- j covered at South St. Louis, Missouri. Detnit boasts of a colored base-ball club called the "Waving Lilies." Ugh ! The total conscience fund of tho trea sury department foots up $126,000. Strikes are becoming so fashionable, that a fellow would do well to look after his eyes. The German army is to be reduced to a peace footing of $700,000 men. It don't look that way to ao American citizeo. Roasting cars have made their appear .iuce in Wilmington, N. C, and plums are very plentiful at 8 to 10 cents per quart. There are seven churches in New York I owned exclusively by colored worshippers, and representing $600,000 in value. A big Methodist camp-meeting was re cently held near London. The crowd in attendance was said to be immense. Nails, buttons and counterfeit money are put in church contribution boxes in Indiana. A poor londiug to the Lord 1 The colored Odd F...

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 June 1871

SHIPPING* jSo R NJB W V ORK. _!____--__R__ The VTROINIA STEAMSHIP and PACKET COMPANY'S elegant st<<*m-«gNgS B£» ship WILLIAM P. CLYDK, Capt. Parkir, will leave her wharf at Kockotta on FRIDAY, June Ith, at OP.M. Close connectlona and through bill- of lading given to all southern eaatern, and weateru places ; also, to Europe and Australia. Fare, $5 ; meals and state-rooma, extra. D.J. BURR, President, Je 7 —'it 12U Main street. "CK)R JAMES AND CHICKAHOMINY RIVERS. Tho faat and elegant sido-wheel steamer PALI SADE, Captain Chas. NELHOif, will leavo her wharf at Rorketts for King's Mill Wharf, on Jamea river, on TUESDAY and SATURDAY*) 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 Rocketta for Binn's on Chlckahominy, THURSDAYS at 6 o'clock A. M., con- i nectiug at City Point with the 7 o'clock trai...

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 June 1871

OKGAWI-ED BMIORATIOM. II PAUL AKDMW*. I grand instrumentality indebted than to emi gration) since Adam and I-from Eden, or since, at [iudo-European families forth from the plains j te Europe and America ethnical developments ot ; the impetus towards j ffusion has never ceased, j .ease until mankind shall "multiplied and replen -not until every nook aod vailable surface of the Dcen ransacked and occu ligration has in all ages anch of the business of never yet, as a branch of 3ven decently organized. by an intelligent self hitherto concerned itself transfer of great tribes of wives and children, and ; and in times of peace, t purposes, from one part earth's surface. Eroigra been a helter-skelter and .ffair. Populations have melt by the ambitious, or var ; by overcrowding at ringency if famine, or by gain upon some new hab tted, most probably to re bought, no social protec ted tho way ;—no execu -no cautious and powertul itched over the fortunes of travelers to a new land, been left 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. — 9 June 1871

Kqnalltr ror Woman. [Extract from Mrs. Claflin's addreas be fore the Cosmopolitan Society of New How common in tbo remark that all eduoated women write alike I Pursue tbe inquiry a little further and deeper, and sen if they do not closely resemble each other in very many things?. Little else can be expected. Are they not all oducatod to the same point—trained for the same purpose ? Overlooking or ignoring all the natural capacities and inclinations of the mind, they are and have been trained spe cially fJr the matrimonial market, aud it can be called nothing eke. Nor has their training looked to any point beyond the mere fact of marriage—just as though in that point existence ceased. How many know aught of the duties, cares, responsi bilities, trials, sufferings, that fall to her after reaching what should really be con sidered the beginning of her actual, indi vidual life ? A general answer rises from woman: Few, very few I Still less is the number wise enough in themselves to find...

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 June 1871

Talks with Co-R-si-ONriKNTs. —"1 am a country girl," writes Annie R., from Tennessee, "ago! 18. My f ithcr is an eld fashioned farmer, aud does not believe that women need any education. He thinks they were born to do house-work and kitchen drudgery, and 1 have taken a good lesson in tbat. He has never paid out any money for anything higher thau an old field school. I think one ought to grow nobler in feeling, and purpose, and desire, and life—to increase in knowledge and spiritual power. Please tell me what method I shall pursue to become better, and rise above mediocrity. I want a home where I can spend part of roy time in tbe school-room, and support myself by my labor." My dear Annie: Your letter moves us profoundly. That ono aspiring spirit should thirst for knowledge and find it not, that one soul should be blinded, dwarfed, stupified ; this is indeed a tragedy. But you are not without hope, Annie, for you have Tlie Weekly Tribune, and a diligent perusal of this'will lead you ...

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 June 1871

[ Advertisements of Loat, Wanta, Found, For Rent, kc, not exceeding three or four Hues, will be in serted under the proper headlngß at TWENT.-FIYI. -■NTS, for ime insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY CBNTB; three insertions, SIXTY O-NTB—ln variably CASH IN ADVANCE.] A Ml! 8 KM I-NTS. A NNIV_rIsA-Y~C___B__tl_^^ er ihi u_R_AN MAENNBROHOR (SINGING SOCIETY), MONDAY, JUNK 12.n, 1871, AT UATTORF'S GARDEN. Admlsaion 60 centa. I'xorriaos to commence at 2 o'clock. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. August Blenner, Chris. Schneider, Joa. W. Latlbe, Gustave Strecker. OeO. l!.-ii!iin,;lii.it. jeß—3t SHIPPING. The OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S elegant aide-wheel "*X__K_BM* steamship ALIIEMARI,B,-CaptainjrouCH,,will I. aro her wharf, at Rocketta on SUNDAY, June 11th, at 10 o'clock A. M. Freight received until Saturday Through I.ills of lading signed, and goode for warded with dlapatch to all pointa—north, south, east and woat. Close connectlona made with dinar.l line for foreign porta. Paaaenger ac...

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 June 1871

Horace Greeley on Southern Whltaa. Having, with an unconscious intimation of his own estimate of Iho rclativo impor tance of the two subjects, first devoted a letter to the condition of the blacks in the Sonth, Mr. Greeley next devotes a column of -Vitwne "editorial correspondence" to that of the white race ; and thia is tho substance of his conclusions:—To the question—"Do they acquiesce in the abol ition of slavery ?" he answers : "I am entirely confident that uo consid erable number of the Southern people cither expect or purpose to reenslave their former chatties. None know better than tho great body of the Southern whites that the reenslavement cf the freedmen is a moral impossibility. Their very general complaint, he adds, that 'we can't control onr labor' has a very real foundation. A given force, say twenty families, will not pick so much cotton in the month as they He thinks that emancipation has borne less hardly upon planters than their wives. Of theso lie says: "Many of ...

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 June 1871

Corn l» tha Great Corn Statea. I read with profit George Geddes' paper on corn, printed in the Tribune about a year ago, and bave seen other articles written from tbe experience of eastern men. I propose to give you an account of how four-fifths of the cam that supplies the markets of the world is produced, and will begin with the way we plow prairie land for corn. Farmers in tbe great corn growing regions for many years found it difficult to get plows tbat would scour in their soil, being too loose and mellow I'or our wrought and cast Iron plows. But with the introduction of hardened cast steel this difficulty was overcome. Our best corn growers now turn over the soil from six to twelve inches deep, aud then either drag it down smooth and plaut, or mark off and plant first, then drag and roll about the time the corn begins to ap pear. I believe the most popular plan now is to let tbe marker follow immediate ly alter the breaking plows, and drag with a square drag just as the corn 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. — 10 June 1871

H».v the Injun CAiiKlit .he Srw-Kflih toned Buffalo. Th* 1 ' 1 *" nin't muli fun in v Ttijnr. If thero li i*s deeplsb dowi., And don't crop out at onconiiuun limes, Ab it AOM IB ii unil. - r Clowt,, Or a Dutchman, or a Yaiikeon, Or auy o* ihmn 'ere chaps That always ar* gay at the gravest of time-, Ant uever give hoed to reishnp*. So, Sir I thorn red aklunod pirates M"ttj. blood, ami a good deal more; And when you tire least expecting tho same They are J Ist outside o'er door, With a torch and a knife and an arrow. And a whoop of demoniac mirth— And away thoy ride by the glaring light Of your 11 .reel y blazing health ! I hain't much luv for an Injun : And when there's ej<»ke worth whilo Played oil on the sneaking varmint. I can't keep hack a nnlle— No more than I can a tultet, When I see them prowlin' about With a treacherous look like a hungry wolf That's watchin* along the route. 'Twas down in the "Chosnnt Gulch"— I'd been hunt in' for 'buy a week ; And of all the luck I over ...

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 June 1871

ii .ÜBLIBHBD DAlLY—(Bunders Eioepted A* OISHi Hat- Street, Klclimo..!. Va Tha JOURNAL la delivered to aneacrlhem In the city at Fnriut Onnm Wm, payable to tha carrlera—Thrib Ciirfl per single copy. I-toi roa llAiuns.—Three months tl 71; ell months ts 00; one year te 00 l"he WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub eorlbera all months for 76 cents : one year, tl 60. TO ADVERTISE HS. ( Advertisements of Lost, Wants, round, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be In serted under the proper headings at TWBNT Y-FIVI CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FOR TY OBN-8 ; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS— In variably CASH IN ADVANOB-] lAimj-KMKSiTS. A nnivirliarTo_l_¥_ation "ajsd picnic <■!' Till UKR-ANIA MAENNBRCHOR (SINGING SOCI MONDAY, JUNK 12tb, 1871, AT HATTORF'3 OARDBN. Adniiaalon CO cents. Exercises to commouce at 2 o'clool k. COMMITTRK OF ARRANGEMENTS. August filennor, Chris. Schneider, Joe. W. Laube, Quatave Strecker, Geo, BennlnghcfV. POSTPONED uutil MONDAY, ...

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 June 1871

a country, ami of "deforesting," or de stroying tho forest growth, continues to excite much interest throughout the world, as it is now well established that the climate of many localities has been ma terially altered by ono or tho other of theso processes. Systematic efforts havo been made, in different parts of thn world, for introducing a growth of trees where these had either disappeared or had never been known, from which important results have followed iv many instances. We have before referred to the effect up on the climate of India of planting exten sive forrests of different species ; and we are informed that, as the consequence of a similar experiment, Egypt) which former ly had only about six rainy days every year, since being replanted on a largo scale, has already attained to twenty-four. Among the enlightened measures of the administration of the French government, one which is especially noteworthy is that of planting immonse tracts of land in Al giers, especially wi...

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