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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 appear. I believe the most popular plan now is to let tbe marker follow immediately alter the breaking plows, and drag with a square drag just as the corn beg...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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...

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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 subeorlbera 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 Inserted under the proper headings at TWBNT Y-FIVI CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Insertions for FORTY OBN-8 ; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS— Invariably 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 MOND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1871

a country, ami of "deforesting," or destroying 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 materially 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 upon the climate of India of planting extensive forrests of different species ; and we are informed that, as the consequence of a similar experiment, Egypt) which formerly 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 Algiers, especially with Aus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1871

ING. It was not often that tbo Giant of SaugAtnon could swing his mind away from the court calendar and the impending conflict to apeak of corn and wheat and plowing. Bat when he did, his talk was pregnant with that saving common sense which the events of the last years of his life m.ul • of vital importance to the country. Witness the following paragraph from a cat-tle-show speech made at Milwaukie iv For the last four years I do not believe the ground plauted with corn in Illinois, has produced an average of 20 bushels to the acre. It is true, that heretofore we have had better crops, with no better cultivation ; but I believe it is also true tbat the soil has never been pushed to one-half of its capacity. . What would be the effect upon the farming Interest, to push the soil up to something near its full capacity ? Unquestionably it will take more labor to produce 50 bushels from an acre, than it will to produce 10 bushels from tho same acre. But will it take more labor to produc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1871

Dr. Livingstone has not gone to Ljjijj.jt. i nport I Tho latest news from him states tint he was at Txyxyxyxy. lie was in a destitute condition, having r.o changes to note, ami DO notes to change. An Irish schoolmaster recently informed Ul pupils that the feminine gender should be applied to all ships and vessels all iat. except mail steamers and men-of-war. "This world is all a fleeting show," said a priest, to a culprit on tho gallows. "Yes," was the prompt reply, but if you have do objection, I'd like to see the show •a little longer." A Pennsylvania man has just received by express $2,300 from an anonymous Pittsburger, who simply says that by right it belongs to him. The I'ennsylvanian is willing to accept more aud ask do explanation. A young fellow, the son of on eminent dancing-master, applying to a friend as to what trade or profession it would be best for him to pursue, was answered : "I think you cannot do better than follow the step of your father." A showman in Maine want...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1871

•fvtftfofl ftatf Journal ii POBLIHHKD UAlLY—(_and»r« Excepted *t »!»;_ Malm Stra.t, RlthmOßd, Va Th. JOURNAL If delivered to anvwrlbera In tb* city at Firm") Cinn r»i Win, payable to tb* carriers—Thru Cikts per single copy. Pxici roa Minnie..— Three mcmtha tl TS; lis i.. on tha t 3 00; one year IS 00 rhe WB-E-V JOURNAL will be mailed to anb•orlbera ati montha for 75 centa; one year, tl 60. TOTADyERffSERS. (Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Root, 4c., not exceeding three or fonr lloea, will be Inserted under tbe proper headings at TWENTY-FIVK CENTS, for one Insertion; or two Inaertlona for FORTY CRNTB; three Inaertlona, SIXTY CENT.:—lnvariably CASH IN ADVANCE.] ; A 111 ITS IS Alt-NTS. A NNIVKK3AHY CELEIIRATioN AND PICNIC eF tH« UERMANIA MAKNNKROHOR (SINGING FOCIKTY), MONDAY, JUNE 12th, 1871, AT HATTORF'S QAK D■ N . Admission &0 centa. Exercleea to comrneuce at 2 o'clock. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. August Blenner, Chria. 8. i U ■ Jo.. W. Lanbe, GnataTe Btrecker, Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1871

We differ with our correspondent in legard to the policy of accepting tbe "new departure" platform, and for our reasons refer him to tbe article-entitled "Kentucky Politics," published elsewhere, in which the subject is elaborately and ably discussed by Hon. .1. Q. Carlisle, the nominee of the Democratic party of Kentucky for Lieutenant Governor of that State. In the viaws of Mr. Carlisle, both as regards tbe policy of tho movement and the principles involved, we heartily coucur, as we bellevo nine-tenths of the conservative men of tho South must do. * But there is no roason why no may not labor zoalousy and earnestly with "Florida" and tbe true Democrats of all sections of the Union for tho overthrow of Radicalism and tho restoration of constitutional government —platform or no platform. It matters very little what platforms are written. The issue to be determined in the next Presidential election is thoroughly understood by the intelligent masses of the couutry. The contest, the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1871

COOPKB —MB. COOPER'S REPLY. The twelfth annual commencement of tbe Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art was celebrated, last week, in tho large hall, which |wns crowded In every part. The exercises were opened with prayer by tbo Rev. F. A. P. P.arnard, D. D., President of Columbia College. Daniel B. Preston delivered the salutatory addresa, on "Science and Invention," and waa followed by Julius Rettig, with an oration, in German, on "Progressive TeleThe financial report was then read by Wilson G. Hunt, tho Treasurer. From Jan. 1, 1870, to Jan. 1, 1871, tho total receipts were $45,852.38; expenditures, $47,296.18 ; balance in treasury Jan. 1, 1871, $1,977.50; unpaid loan, $2,000, leaving a deficiency of $23 50. The Secretary, Abram S. Hewitt, on behalf ot the trustees, made an oral report of the objects and purposes of the Cooper Union. The work of the institution, he said, is based upon sound mathematical training. It deals with young men and women who aro already eng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1871

Open your eyes mamma ! Day soon will begin ; Open your eyes, mamma I fi want to look in. Yesterday, dear mamma, Out of your eyes There peeped two little boys Just of my size. Are they there now, mamma ? Whose can tbey be? And do you love those boys As you love me? Don't feed me any longer— Not another minute 1 Does my mouth look pretty, think, With a great spoon in it V If you people speak the truth, I am sweet enough ; There's no need of choking me With your sugary stuff! Mamma, where are you? You are the sweet I Nicer tban all Tbey can give me to eat. Here I come to you— Toes, lingers and feet ! Havo you a kiss or two Growing for me ? Where do you hide them ? Please let me see I Now I shall steal them— One, two and three. What is the next thing For baby to do ? Duckie, I think I'll go swimming with you. Doggie, look sharp 1 Aud if we get drowned, Fish ns both out, Yon comical hound. Dick, we'll on our travels go, I've two feet, don't hold me ao! O, my sliiies won't walk a bit! Dow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1871

(&vml\ts Jfltot* gmmutl. ts fDBLIBHKD DAILY-'Handavi Exe»pl«d At 81»X Malm Street, Rletamctssd, Ta Tha JOURNAL Is delivered to snfcscrlbers In ths elty ait Firms Csarrs rsa Wbbb, pay»Llo to n.s carriers—Thbbs Csitrs per slngls copy. Pares bob Hnum.—TtarM months «1 Tl; sis ■ .onths t3 00; one yet tt 00 l*h» WEEKLY JOURNAL wIN bs mailed to Bob' ■oribers six montha for 75 cents ; ons year, $1 f.O, [AdTartiaements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, »0., not exceeding three or fonr linss, will be Inaarlsd nnder Ihe proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for ons insertion; or two inaertiona for FORTY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—lnvariably CASH IN ADVANCE.] :AltllI»K(lth;lVT.«,. AND PICNIO cv THB UKRMANIA MAKNNRROHOR (SINGING SOCIMONDAY, JUNE* 12th, 1871, AT HATTORF'3 GARDEN. Admission SO cents. Exercises to commence at 2 o'clock. . • COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. August Bleoner, Chris. Schneider, Jos. W. Lanbe, Gustavo Btrecker, Geo. BennlngholT. POSTPONED until MONDAY, .la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1871

(ftrcmnq J tatc |outnal, EDWARD IUSIEH, E.1ITOR AND MASC.HF.lt. ■ •> •* •*',< ■*•«>■ «.*•••«•. itinimea 1 *- V» Offlcial Paper for the BoYcrnincntWEDNESDAY EVE'Q.JUNE 14. 1371. to establish, but disheartened by tbeir multiplied defeats and tbe solid patriotism and unerring judgments of tbe people, the Ohio Democracy havo determined to try a new dodgo, to make pretense oi a new birth, to assume virtue, though they havo it not ; to swallow their own rottenness, disguise tbeir principles, crawl into an imitation of the Republican garb; and, by such and kindred professions and practices, to charm some and cheat others into tho support o f their antedelnvian leaders and their defeated and detested principles. To this end, they have adopted a platform which is hateful to their followers, repudiated by their candidates and scorned and derided by tho intelligent of all parties. They call it accepting tho situation, though it is done with notice that tbeir vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1871

(gurafafl ftatc igiKnat, WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JUNE 14, 1871. ■ "VSSS *> «S>lSillß|f, _,!■■. Waihinoton, D. 0. June, 13th, 1871. THB WBATHKK bare ia perfectly delightful on accouot of the cooling effect the recent rains around m» bare had upon the atmosphere; no dust in the streets, and the proraenaders are now making tbe best use of Pennsylvania avenue possible. THE STRIKE. The strike among the laborers here of which there has been so much said of late, Is now at an end, and work is now resumed In all parts of the District of Columbia. It is well known here that the back bone of the strike was la a few ol the many loafers who live on public charity through the winter, and when spring comes with her demands for laborers, they aim at stifling the energies of the enterprising people so that there will be no work, and they can have a semblence of good excuse for soliciting public charity through the summer. CENSUS BUREAU. The work of the census office is progressing ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1871

tfwufaig 9Mt Jfoutml I WEDNESDAY EVK'Q, JUNB 14, 1871. . _ -■■■■"—• ■ Splinters. -t's adieu tn hia picture—You bo ha-igor" ! A (iratnl Lodge, Michigan, eiiitor suites a four-iiop pulT fur a pair of eottoa raclw. "Letter-go!" ns the boy said when he IsHßp-potted Ml letter at the street comer. Elmira rats don't know much. They steal shoe pegs and stnw them away for oats. The reason why editors have their manners spoiled, is because they receive bo many evil communications. The suail stands a chance for the toothache. Somebody Rtyg he Ims 110 rows of teeth, with ill ou each row. or 12,210. A youth of Washington carries a lot of live snakes in his pockets, and isn't a bit afraid of pickpockets either. A young man with a moustache cannot obtain a position as school teacher in lonia, county. The large girls are too susceptible. If you would be pungent, he brief; for it is with words as with sunbeams—the more they are condensed the deeper they burn. A lad in Cincinnati went through a plani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1871

. . >^»111111> »BBBsB»»TAwBBB«am>m»»aja .__-__ ,____________^____ r .____ M _______ ||i| d*> ♦ a * I " ' ~~~ ~— " = —- m * mmmm^m ******'~ mmmmmm ~* 1 *********. tomttfl £muk\ *TTfl r*W 1 I . Adverttawmonts wlU !» iaeerted in the EVEN- '*X ■ 1 jl ■" J I ti | i 3 I i | u 8 f » I g 1 1 I I I I I I SI 1 1 8 (inftsquaro, two insertions 12.1 // *w v v NT" N^ <me square, three inHertion 1 ?•, If One square, six insertions ,T 00 " One squrire, twelve insertions a gn _■__■ _■ ■— —— __ ,..-. : _.... .- _____ One square, one month in on " ~~~ ™ " ! : _r::r* —r ——r - —: —r __: —~:-r~ —■ ■■■- ■ --.. -- ;___--^ One square, two months K 00 IM Dollar* Per Year.»} TlT/iTTir/v\nv «r a •*■«-_--—•—-*• —>. . ■*-»• ■ ■."-*.. ■, a jl -. — -—-,-——— '—"-•"- - *■•■"■ T —■- "■"■"•' RICHMOND, VA.. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 190. - TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Hent, Ac , not exceeding throp or fou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1871

(gvcMttfl £tate f outnat. IDW ARD DAM LIS, Editor and Maneurr. It** Mats- STiiitt, Hi.HVNn, ViatilK—| tilllciul Paper for tlie (.o\r-riinarnl. .TUXK~I3, IS7I. M HAT Ol II EIMTOni.VI, VISITORS THI-tk OF VIRGINIA, [From iln- Wvoiniiii; Connty Democrat, N. V.] (IRANI) EDITORIAL EXC'IItSU IN. My last brought us through liiehniond, which place our parly left about eight o'clock Friday morning in a special train for Staunton and White Sulphur Springs. The Chesapeake and Ohio, on which we itovv ride, is a grand monument to Virginia industry. Mountains have been built and tunnels pierced through solid rock, until Ibis great railway, which crosses the Blue Ridge and Alleghany, rivals tbe great Pacific railroads of tbe West, About fifty miles north of Richmond are situated valuable iron and copper mines, known as the Victoria. Two car loads a day are shipped for New York on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, and in time, ibis valuable ore will be demanded in largo quantities. Running through t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1871

'I'in.KSI)A : VKVEXIX(i,"irNK I-'., I**.!. Curious (hois in Qebmany.—A] Naremburg letter to the Chicago Tribmt says: One of tlie most common crops raised in liermany is that of trees, so that one sees pine forests planted in great numbers. These are laid oil' in rows as straight as ihose of a corn-Held. There is scarcely any wood at nil in tieiniany hut what is thus cultivated. The land is, in many places, so poor that it cannot lit' tilled every year; so that Ivy taking a number of years to raise A.I crop of trees lhe occupants cllcct the double purpose of supplying themselves with wood and of getting, at the end of that time, lidlow ground again. < kit can see the pine tree fields of all ages, some with little trees of one or two years' growth, and others with large ones ready fur the axe. When they gather in a forest they grub up every stump as low as there are any routs lit to born. Another curious crop in Germany is that of Ash. In Xorthern Havana, especially, the li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1871

(Evening £tatc §mmt lUrRSDAV EVENING, Jl NX l\ IB7T. I'hr (l»iA*t-!»lnyrr— \ Tli.tlnil. nv ,M,!i.f (j. MSJ Tout Qoodwin vrai imi actor mun, i)hl Driiivv pride nnd borut in -ii th<- light and iprite-ly pft_i \, K-*jn>i'i;i!ly tho (llio-t. \o\v Tom \>:is very fond ol dim ;, (»i jilmost t'\**rv sort, * 'otnpMlUlre nna uokUl<«'p, Prom port-wf up tt> imjii. B.i! Staff, like in'i.'i. i-- Altai stnff Kor any hum io tup; I'nr when it fails to pull litni down. tt*i -urn to blow him up. And >o it bred wim ffhovtlj Tom, Who day by day waa sewi ■\ vwellimr, till (as I'lwv.'Vf ,<a\) He Rilrlj l.»-i hti l«in. A.t It'iiptli tJie maiunri'i' ohsevved He'd bettor leave Ids post. \wt] mid. lit' play.t'd the ten denw W'tu'ii-fr lv- played th*- (jho-i. 'T\r<M only 'tother niffht lw saw A ti-llti*,'. >\\ biff lii*- liat, Aud heard him cry, t fly Rll the uod- ? The CUIBSI Kt'tiiui; I'at ';* 'Twtjuid never do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 June 1871

ill ID &IWU One square, two insertions | to // Y -v v One square, three insertions I 7.1 ii__ntli One square, six insertions .1 00 j * One square, twelve insfrtions ;, I .— - ■ | .— __ '" One gqurfre, one month "' Jo no ~ ' " ' -— ■ — = —- —•?— —I ■ ■ —-_ ■_ .rz : -" - One square, two months \* m } Six flollnrs Pfr Win- s -»-.. ~— _ ° n - q —"" «""- :-:-":::::::«g; «>,..,.„.■.%. | RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1871. * VOL. III. NO. 191. d&tV ♦ l~+>- . .-» - a. ~~ »»»>BBBBtssB»BBBBBt.s»»BJ.tABt»BBB I ■. id . , , ,,. . ______ . ■-- (Swmttfl M\U gmxtml in a name. Conservative party, a,s a name, has answered its purpose in Virginia, ami the South generally. The bald, barefaced hypocrisy which enabled the political wire-workers to deceive, not only the people of Virginia, but et en (;,-iioral Grant and the Republican parly in Congress, can no longer pass current, anil in order lo disguise still their designs, il hecomr-s ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 June 1871

ining jMate $<mtnat JIU DANIELS, Editor nnil alnnnurr. '"■ Main Sr'Ki:r,.'. I,'k iimco., Viioivm Biclnl Pnncr Ibr the Ova rrniiK-iit. ,*- i-:v"|.,m\i;," -mm; u;,"is;i. political. v is no truth whatever in the reresignation of Governor Cook, of •isict of Columbia, debt of the oily of Xew York has ed in the last twenty-eight months 51,568.18. Thai of lhe city of l'hilia in tlie last l'..ii\ -tijiht months, iv are between ten and twelve thoutogro voters in Pennsylvania. Perils, in a great measure, account* for linth resolution" of tlie recent 11,0- --, convention. .. is .-in unappreciated writer in Kichw'io slionlrl go out into the world r. it wirier lielil. Recently he sairl in hig: "A Radical paper in the South, ii- inflnencing public opinion goes, ia ivacuous surplusage.*' a significant fed that Ihe "IVumvi.tiiry" in New Hampshire, such , was oActed hy the votes of original fe-k>nged Aholitiouists, under ___ il "Labor Reformers," WW the ra Democracy slick a pin...

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