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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 28 June 1871

RATTS OF ADVERTISING. Advert foments will be Inserted In Hie EVENING- STATE JOURNAT, at tho following rate?, except lfp.-tl advertisement*;: One square, one insertion % 7.". One square, two insert ions I 25 One square, t-hree insertions 1 75 One square, six insertions 3 on One square, twelve insertions 5 no One square, one month 11l 00 One square, two months is 00 One square, three months 2fi 00 MARRIED. In Manchester, on the 1.1111 Inst., by the Rev Wm. H. Christine, Mr. FRANCIS F. MARKS, formerly of Petersburg, In Miss MATTIE A. MARTIN, of the former plnee. In Manchester, on the lAtli Inst., by the Rev. Wm. H. Christian, Mr. WM. R. BUM' lo Miss SUSAN A. BURTON. In Baltimore, on the Gth Inst., by the Rev J. W. M. Williams, WILLIAM 11. PERINE to ('HRISTIANA MENZL.ES, only daughter of the late Kreilerick Ahlsleger, till of that city. DIED. June 27th, JETIIRO LEE, in ihe seven nth year oi his age. TABLEAUX -pARAOtSB LOST. LAST THREE NIGHTS, AT ASSEMBLY HALL. C...UMEKCIKU TIIIRSIMV, Jl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 28 June 1871

_vcni«fj $toU fnunwi ~ " * ~"'" ' EDWARD DAMKIA, Editor and Mnnni'rr. N • mil M.V1.1 striiht. BtCUOSB, VISoIXIA j on., .il Paper Tor ih<- BannaMM, WKDNESDAT EVKN'Ii, .11XE28,1871. j The i|iiict of our summer repose, is pleasantly broken by a brilliant passage of arms between our neighbors of the Dispatch mul Bnqtrircr, upon {he powers conferred upon tto President by the Ki-Kbx bill. This is the Empiin-r\* last : We asserted day before yesterday thst, "die Dispatch is in error in -nipposing that under the Ku-Klu\ bill the President may ileelare martial law." Tbe IMt/KttrJi of yesterday denies our allegation, and proceeds lo show thai the President lias (ha power to doelncc maitial law outside of, and independent of, tie Ku-Klux bill. This is a new metbpd of Smith asserts that "Brown is in error in supposing that there is a cat in the (arret of Jones's house." And Brown says, "No such a thing: there is a cat in the garret ol'the First Baptist church." This reminds us of a w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 28 June 1871

(ivmtog f tote !<nmwl AVEDXESDAY EVMN'i;, .M'XK-jS, 1871. • POLITICAL NOTE*. (len. Oeorge W. Morgan has set the Democratic ball in motion in Ohio. The Cincinnati Times says since the death of Vallandigham the Ohio Democracy are getting into their old ruts again. The Prohibitionists of Morgan County, Ohio, have nominated a full ticket for representatives and county officers. Among the delegates from the Fifth District to the Ohio Republican Stale Convention were six Hermans who never before acted with the Republican party. "Assistant Democrats" is given as the name of the Labor Reformers in New Hampshire. An exchange wants to know who "Gave them that name." The Pittsburg Commercial suggests that since the death of Vallandigham has left the Democracy without a leader General Frank P. Blair should come forward to take the direction of affairs. The Clucago Republican says Mr. John Wentworth is talked of a,s the Democratic candidate for Mayor of that city next Fall. It adds th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 28 June 1871

_____ l mssssmsjsmsmsssm _ani»9 $ti\tt fflmwl \\ KDXKSBAYEV&N'fi, .U'Yi: Hill H«»\S AMU (ilill. . Ui a.i and Mna are lltoilar... I.lltle one, come 10 "ii I Hark how ihe rata i pouring Over the roof, In the plicli-buu k iiifhi. Ami the wind iv the wood- i roariim ' lln-h mv darling, and listen. Then pay lor ihesiorv with kisso> father was lost iv the 'pilch-Mack t.iirhl. [v jii-i enen a sionn v- tin- is ' Hi. li upon the lonely uiouuiaii^. Where the wild men watched and wailed, \ Weill's ill the foresl, and hears ill ill.' hush. Aud I on my path lielated. I'he rain and Ihe night locelher, Came down, and the wind cnnic after, Mending the props of (lie i-inc-iree root Aud snapping'many a raller. I crept along in the flarkne™. Stunned, and bruised, and blinded Crept to a 111' with thickset liolltills, Aud a sheltering l"0Ck liehind il. I ing ami ihe raining, to hide me : ,o creen e\ c.- simile, v beside me. hlene.l : her, the lOllff, Ion;' llijlhl wealher. uaiusl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 29 June 1871

journal RATES OF ADVERTISING. ran _«i-2! _S! 2_ hp Inserted in the EVEN- ; STA TE JOURNAL at the following rat" except legal advertisements One sqnare, one Insertion In One square, two Insertions.,.!. i i) One sqnare, three Insertion. . 1 * One square, six Insertions.. LL One square, twelve Insertions. nv One square, one month.. ,JJ . Oo* square, two month* ,1, Oneaqnare, three months],' .][ ['[" ~" ~", TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found For Rent, 4c, not exeeediiu; ilnee or four lin.. . aril) beinserled under the proper headings .h TWKX TV-FIVE CENTS for one insertion '. or two in. sertiona for FORTY CENTS; three Insertion., SIXTY C'ENTS-invaribl.v c„a IS _va»„. I£tote i<mtSi TAX ROBIIERY. ent of the Charlottesville tmocratie) shows a realizing ation in a letter, from which lowing extract. The whole long be roused to dangei 'ithout distinction of party 8 State from destruction : " ne of our unwise and prodslate for us. What have icy passed a lav that we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 29 June 1871

EDWARD DANIELS. Editor mid Miinaser. N". SUM Maih Smr.r.r. RlOa—K>», Viruima Ofllrinl I'nrer r,.r the Government. THrRSDAY KVKXING, JUNK 29, Tm. What is the l ; »* of the Democratic Party .' There Mad to bo a ground for supporting the Democratic party, there is such no longer. This party, until the Ohio convention, had leading principles of its own, distinct from the central features of the Republican platforms. Rut the Democratic leaders, with the late Mr. Vallandighain at their head, have solemnly overthrown the tenets which they stoutly maintained throughout the war. According to these new departing statesmen, the fourteenth and tifteenth amendments continued to be tuiconstitutional long after they had become parts of the very constitution which they were alleged to violate. Bat although no change has taken place in these amendments, for they remain just as they came originally from the hands of the people, jet the Democratic party has put itself into harmony with a po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 29 June 1871

THtfBSDAY EVENING, JUKE », IS7I. IORRESPONHENCE. Letter from Hampton. Ta the. FAUur af the. State Journal : Having taken your weekly paper for ' some eight weeks or more. I have become quite interested in it, and do recommend it to all my fellow-men. I do not know of : any better paper in this State than this one , that 1 have been taking. I must say to the class of readers who have little time to , read, to take this paper, as it will instruct , you in tlie duties of life, and also in your . political duty. It will also show you the best party to go with, 'i'he cdit'or considers his words carefully, and does not speak evil of any one unnecessarily. I tlo beg the colored people to get a good Republican paper, that is printed in the State in which they live, because, by it, they can , inform themselves concerning their own in- , lerests and prospects, as a people need to ' become acquainted with their own Slate - affairs more than with those of any other. If a man living in this Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 29 June 1871

.icnithi gtoti gmtwwlj Tilii:sit.\virvKXirN(s'-H :XK-»n. wi. : ,' FRESHEST ttI.KAM.VJS. Plyer waew used for th* linini; ft'ice- ° coolers, Tluto ttiv 868 colhgfete institutions in tlie United States. Two ivnts a pint is charged lor water in t MMM I 'olonulo towns. According to articles of war it is death T to step** cannon ball. i >nc of Washington's landmarks, Wil- * hards Hotel, is to lie dismantled. ], The editovsot' Maryland will make a trip | >'] to the White mountains in July. ISvid, of Alexandria, is a jail Byrd now. He loved not wisely but two, well. A postmaster l>y the ntnne of (ioodale when he is in a hurry signs himself XX. c , The coolie system m British Guiana is said to be worse than Southern slavery ever ■ was. PHI of the intone' of lite royal family - in England is derived I'roni the tax on 11,- || IKX),000 canines. Tlie new masonic temple in Philadelphia is going up rapidly. It will cost, when com- J pletcd, about $1,f100,000. The p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 30 June 1871

(Bvmm £M* foutwit RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisement, will be inserted in the EVENING STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertisements: One sqnare, one insertion i 73 I Ino square, two insertions 1 85 One square, three Insertions I 7o One square, si\ insertions ;t 00 One square, twelve insertions :. f, f»u One square, one month lv oo One square, two months 18 no One sqnare, three months '. as 00 SEWING MACHINES. rpHE HOWE SEWI\<J MACHETE. nv A VIR'MNIA I.Ally. 'Tis a priceless boon, 'tis a fairy jrifi— A blessing lo one and all; lis praises are sung in lowly col, And chanted in palace hall. Oannt poverty's form, with Us many ills, (Jan ne'er to its presence come; And the plaintive song of the shirt Is hushed In its busy, cheerful hum. 'Tla famed for durability, Simplicity and speed, An easy motion, needle straight, And finely finished feed, It broiders, with exqnlalto skill, Bud, blossom, leaf and stem ; 'Twill quilt, cord, gather, fell and bind. Or dain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 30 June 1871

i:i>WlKi> ItVMEI.s, Editor and Mana-rr. NO. jll.'v M_l» SIKIIT, lit. HMeMi. HMSH Official Piincr lor the tiotenimi in. I'HVSK VI. lIIAIMMI TOR tilill.S. An _«mi) Head Before the Hichniouil Normal School. I!Y MISS 8E1.1.E I'ELOFZK. My subject is "Physical Training." As it nniy appear somewhat slartling in these j days, when woman BO ably for her political righls, allow me to say lir-t | nl'all, that we would led hate yuti think we are preparing to take those rights by | luce. Our only object is the promotion of our own health, and that of the pupils who may hereafter be entrusted to our care as teachers. If all of you have noticed the stooping shoulders and sunken chests ol'the -• -hoiil-childrcn of the present, day, no argument proving the necessity of physical culture need be made here. The beneficial influence of physical exeri ises in schools is now generally admitted. \ system of education is not complete unleaa it provides for physical as well as men- | ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 30 June 1871

f; vmws $to\t jgmmuil "idav k\ i:vi\<;, JUNE .TO, 1871. I INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES. American romoloaieal Net mi... conformity with a resolution adopted c last meeting of this National Ak Oi i- , tho undersigned hereby an— notice its thirteenth (tension will be held in mbly street, between : and Franklin streets, in the city of nond, Virginia, on the 6th, 7th, "and ays of September, 1871. All lfortiral, Pomologic.il, Agricultural, nnd kindred institutions in the United i and Britisli Provinces, are invited to nd delegations as large as tliey may deem jfcdient ; and all other persons interested lie cultivation of fruits are invited to be #tent and take seats in the Convention. flic coming session promise* tobeespellly interesting, held as it will be in eonnction with the exhibition of the Virginia imological and Horticultural Society, and a great central point, farther South than y previous session of the institution. a meeting will, therefore, it is believed. _M of the most us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 30 June 1871

aheuim) £tatc journal ! HID \V K\ I'.MN"., -M NX :«), IS7I. ———r— —— ITHFVLNKSS. s the \-. orld rolls by f cloud and RiOTJ of sky, irs forever: thai ~ profits „ man , to study and phut, lives, sever truth, abide.' v vote, al my side, endeavor." , alter care and toil, topes iron, a Madly soil. et hlossomin- ever, -i/e were not worth the pain, -etting and wasting of brain uerdoi, nei er truth abide,"' voice replied.; ml forever. w, —it profits more ,hi,n on Times dull shove ever ; liaves l,is am, lo Ihe -.irirc. in Ihe Battle ol" lite. loth never. in fault abide, d voice slid cried, md endeavor. [EST (iLEAM.VIs. -a boiled egg. ;—listening al a key-hol, ■xas, is to hare a 0160,« p your head clear —shay forty-eight school-houses ing daily paper in FIoTH a mth for its telegrams, icople to buy all sorts o s? Sore-bio curiosity. 1,400 more names this ye: directory, and 14,000 in al . ;up when day breaks, ca have the whole day befo Id lay in a supply of old > make it out of older...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 July 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be Inserted In the EVENING STATE JOURNAL nt Ihe fallowing rates, except legal advertisements: One square, one insertion » —jj One square, two insertions . -.1 One square, three insertions ' 1L One square, six insertions j? I Ono square, twelve insertions in no One square, one month ]» oo One square, two months 28 on One square, three months HT Edward.. 989 Broad Street, sell, nil I kinds of NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES at publishers' prices, and deliver the same at your residence or place of business without extra charge Special attention paid to the prompt and early delivery of the Richmond and New York daily i papers. 1 1 HfXadies sulTcrhm from irregularities, or 11 any complaint peculiar to their sex, are guaran- , teed speedy relief by DR. BOTT, No. 7SI Main street, Richmond, Vn. Correspondence strictly confidential. All lettors of inquiry answered free of charge. " I ' Medicines forwarded by mall or express. i , Rooms and at tendance furnis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 July 1871

dwuittfl Journal EDWARB DANISM, Bitot nml Jlamutcr. No. 911H Maib stkkkt, Bicaaoss, Viroisia Olllrinl l-niirr for the SATURDAY EVENING, JULY l, 1871. BROUGHT TO BAY. AN ENOLlsu on'ICEH S STOBT. Perhapi you may laugh, but ncveftheless, it is perfectly true ; and this is bow it happened. As yon may be quite sure, being only nineteen, I was most tremendously anxious to get my commission, and when at. bed I was gazetted to the 201 th Foot, 1 did not give my tailor much res! lill my uniform and the paraphernal in of my outfit were sent home. I Tare sty, to the old ami sage, it is very ridiculous ; but to me it was glorious, that first putting on of military garments. The bed-room door was locked ; 1 was quite alone. There was a tall cheval glass by the bedside, and what was there to prevent me from strutting about, as scarlet in the face almost as my tightly buttoned tunic ? It did not fit me perfectly; I knew; but having il altered would necessitate its being taken away, ami that idea w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 July 1871

dewing £tote £*wml SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 1,1871. AORTCL'I/rVRAL. Ely, chairman. John \\. Chambers, mi reAlthough the last but one of the club -essions till the heat abates, the attendance mi quite full. Early Potatoes. —The letter of E._ F. Myites, West Plains, Mo., was the lii-t feedings of the Farmers' Institute, May hihited his method of getting early potatoes. He stilted he out his potatoes in halves and placed them in sand ill boxes,; after sprouting lie cuts ■part, and in this manner he expects to obtain new potatoes in tit) days from planting. I obtained of Mr. Gregory of MafWehead, Mass., the early rose. This I cut to ingle eyes ; planted,"without 10th of May they were in blosson ; on the 15th commenced to use, having plenty as large as a good sized hen egg fifty days from planting. The land is new, this being the second year. 1 manured with partly decomposed stable manure, and thoroughly mixed with soil. The soil thus made acts in some degree ns a cold frame or hot-bed, me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 1 July 1871

:\n kiiay iat.mm;, -in/v i, an. ■ Ml MOROUS. j It may lie an oM joke, bat it is > jOod one tola of an olil clergyman, nt the East, who lias tlie most unbounded faith in j Watt's hymn-book, and WM fond of snying that he could never open to any pan without finding an appropriate hymn. A mischievous son of his thought il would he ii good joke to test his fathers faith. So he took an old song and pasted it on one of the pages of the boot, over a hymn, so nicely that it could not easily he detected. At church, on Sabbath morning, the minister happened to open at that very page, and commenced to read, "Old (Irinies Is dead," There was a sensation in the audience. Ho looked at the choir, and they looked at him; hut sucli was his faith in W utt » hymns that he undertook it again, com- ; mencing with the same lino. There was another sensation in the audience. l,ookIng at it again, and then at the congregation and then at the choir, said he: it is here in the regular order in Watt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 3 July 1871

in dirt In 'M fniinnniii in I Advertisements will be he l.M.N \% If •♦ B IIIIIII /-aSfe. P L U1 1 nL ~L'' i 1 I II I | I 111 ING STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, V II 1 ™ %' I I I I I J »*/ V% *-▼ T W '"▼*>!► J V' <♦ xT except legal advertisements XT II xT *-T A T IM-aiF • \~ " v v ~ T -T T XT" XT -T <T T NTOne square, one insertion ..* J8 /■ £^^^^ One square, two insertions J ** IF One sqnare, three insertions 1 75 f One square, six" insertions 3 °° _— , I — ——■ : " — ~~ — ™ ~. —" : — One square, twelve insertions * *° _ _1- — —_:'— — — g:RKa.:;::::.::::::::::: %% E*$X&U2Z.\ RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 205. One square, three months 2.) (hi |BM . ,.„ . . , . . AMUSEMENTS. PIC Ml ok THE IRON MOULDERS' UNION. N... 12S, ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, AT HATTORF'S GARDEN. The above association will celebrate their Twelfth Anniversary on (he 4th of July, ai Hattorf's Garden, by a GRAND BALL AND PIC-NIC •y Tickets Fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 3 July 1871

ivcnittfl f ottrnal Kinv\Hl> l>\Mi:l,S, Kililor nnd Mnnnurr. No. ntti Almn sturki'. Uieiuiosii, ViamaiA Oftlcial Payer lor the tin,, ruinriii. MOKUAI I'VKMM;, .III.V :;, is:i. THK lAll'dlH AM) tiii: nun. "l'.uy at once all flic land you are likely to want; for, the moment your fnctoiy is established, real estate will rise in price all ai'iiitnil you from hvonly-fnt' to lil'ty per cent." Such is tlio advice given by the Virginia State Agent ol' Lrsauigratioii to a gentleman proposing to undertake the culture and manufacture of silk in that State. That such advance of price is; not altogether gpeculath'o, htst is based on actual enhancement of value, is a patter well understood, and one that lias Ijeeu plainly illustrated by political economists from Ailani Smith to the lies! authorities of our own day. TbA introduction of manufactures into agricultural communities 1 nines together the essential elements of wealth-producing enterprise, establishing the shortest c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 3 July 1871

jgivninfl cftatc foumal MONDAY EVKNINti, .11 I.V :i, IS7I. American Instiinti* Farmer*' t.'lub. Session of June 20.--The Hon. N. I. Ely, chairman. >lohn W. ('liambers, secretary. Grasses and Soiling Discussed.— Wellington Harlan, Danville, Ky.: Will soilingrtock pay lien.-? Btae-mus is good lure as an v where in the worlu Lmd is worth from'SAO to si 00 per acre. Good farm harals, negro men anil boys, can In hired for #10 to $15 oar month, board inc'uded. P.. R. Gray, I'rankiin, l'cnn. : Inclosed herewith please lind a sample of grass known in this State as "Pennsylvania bluegrass." It is a short grass, very thick, and dose on the ground ; has an exceedingly tough, long, fibrous root, making a very deep, Wavy sod. It is eagerly sought out by stock 'from among clover and other grasses. Tn Alleghany it is grown quite extensively, and cuts as much hay to the acre as timothy. At the request of some of our citizens" I send you this specimen, hopiitg that some of the club may gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 3 July 1871

dwmufl JMutc journal MiiNli U l'.\ KMNt., JULY 8, Veil. LITTLE IM LITTLE. When tho new years come, ami ihe old rent ' How little to, little all things grow' jvII things grow, and all dee*) Little bj iii ile passing aw a, lat tie by little, on fertile plain, Ripen the harvests ofgohten grain Waving and Sashing lv i lie sun, When the sniiiniei :u last utdone; I.v lie by little I hey ripen so, As the in".., ye.lt- eOtlle. and ill. ..1,1 , ,:n go Low on the ground an acorn lie... Little by little it mount* to the skie-.. f-lhadow and -heller forwanderine herd-, Home lor a hundred singing birds. Little by little ihe great rocks grew . Long, long ago, when ihe world was new : fslowlv and silently, stately and free. <?ities of coral under the sea. Little by little are l.uilded—while so, Tile new years come and the old \ear-. go. Little liv lit ile all tasks are done : ?So are the crowns of the faithful won. ISo is heaven in our hearts begun, Willi work and with weeping, with l.i...

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