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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 4 August 1871

Mvttmjj £t;itf # munat. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will he inserted In the EVEN ING STATE JOUBKAI* nt the fotlowinr rates* except legal advertWemen ts: Oo«square, one insertion...** 75 One square, two insertions 1 % One square, three insertions.... 1 7fl One square, six insertions 'i '"* One square, twelve insertions fi 6*> One square, one month 10 00 One square, two months • 1H oo One square ,three monthe !W 00 . -ii ' ■ ■ . ' i TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of I«ost, Wants, Found. For Kent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion ; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash in aijvaxck. - j- ' ' " i.j tyo-ChnmpQ«.ir-«.. Cider, Wines, Brandies, and Whiskeys, at HALMER A CO.'S, M Main 'street. ——' —- O - ' ftVFrayser'.. Gallery.—A new nnd probably the best-appointed Photographic Gallery iv the South, has just been fitted up by Mr. W. (t. R. Fbayser, at 1...

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. — 4 August 1871

EOHAHIJ IIIMKI.S. F.dilor and Manner. Nn. nl2Vj Mais Stkrki. I.'i.iisom,, Vibuisia Olllcinl Paper tlir Ihe Oovrrnnient. KKIDAV KVHNINo', AliM'ST^'lsTl. 'flic New York Times invites ntti'iilinn to Ik; following figures: r.niir of sew v,,kk , i, i lVeeinlier.lt, ISII9 ♦34 4(17,047 Iv r-e-i em twenty .- lirr 1■ I moilllis i :,.i l::i.l.: , IIBHT UF THE I'N'ITF.Ii STATES. March 4, lstm «g. it r~ 2f,i» Decrease In twenty-nine months #2,42,12»,401 'I'liis is a cnnliast which tax-payers might with tlie n;u lionary instincts tif the- Ku- Klux Democracy may well be staggered by the evidences of their linaueial luisinanagc if True.—Jt appears by a telvghtrn from lionrlon that the Persian ambassador there denies the reports of extraordinary ravages of famine in Persia, lie says that, while fed at the expense of the government', and reports to commercial agents. If this good authority on tin- subject. Virainia l.'iilerirri.cs. 'tine the close of the war of the rebel lion, Virginia lias taken up...

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. — 4 August 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, \ WEALTH. ,-, *^—— ~ Natlaaal and liMividnnl Wealth—Or What Dor* it Consist. 1. Writing of the wealtli of nations,] Adam Smith clearly showed his high apl preciation of the importance of the moral and mental elements. {{ejecting tlie views thus presented, his Kk-ardo-Malthnsian guc ccsssors have assured their leaders that their so-called science limited itself, and ne cessarily, to an exhibition of the causes af fecting the production, distribution, and consumption of material wealth alone the economist allowing " neither sympathy I with indigence nor disgust at proitisioii or avarice—neither reverence for existing in stitutions nor detestation of existing abuses I —to deter him from stating what he be lieved to be the facts.or from drawing from them what appeared to him to be the Ifanti- ' mate conclusions." Mean and narrow as is the pretented science thus described by one of the most distinguished of .British economists, we find it still further narrow- I ed by Mr....

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. — 4 August 1871

FRIDAY EVEXIXC, Alt.rST I, IS7K THESINUER. Ill" JOHX 11. WHITTIS*. [From llie Atlantic for August.) There rs rro impropriety irr suiting that ill, i nicer referred to In lite following poem is Alice Cary, with whom Mr. Whittle! was on term* of very cordial Intimacy for many year?. Years since (hut names lo me Is.fore,) Two sisters sought at eve my door ; Two song birds wandering from their nest, A gray old farm house in the West. Timid and young, the elder had Even ihen a smile 100 sweetly sad ; The crown of pain tliat all must wear Too early pressed her midnight hair. Yet ere the summer eve grew long Her modest lips were sweet with song; A memory haunted all her words Of clover-fields and singing bird*. Her dark, dilating eyes expressed The broad horizons of llie West ; Her speech dropped prairie flowers ; the gold Of harvest wheat atiout her lolled. Fori'-doonied to song she seemed to me : I queried not with destiny : I knew the Irlal and the iieed, Yet, all the more, I said, Clod...

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. — 5 August 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted in the EVEN ING STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertisements: One square, one Insertion 71V One square, two insertions 1 2A Onesquare, three Insertions 1 7f» One square, six insertions 3 00 Onesquare, twelve in5erti0n5....!!!....... (I ISO One square, one month 10 00 One square, two months IS 00 Onesquare .three months M no **. *********** U *B — mum \ mMm *** mmm B****} ■— ***£?****** TO ADVERTISERS. Adverlisen ts of Lost, Warrts, Found, For Kent, 4c, not exceeding three or feaf lines, will inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion; or two in sertions for Ft >RTY (!ENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS— invarlbly cash is aiivaxck. «&"< hnniiruitiics. lider, Wines, Ilrnnclies. and Whiskkvs. at HALMER 4 CO.'S, 814 Main street. MrTi-u.. ( uir.e. Sugars. Syruir* -and in Ihcl everything kept iv a first class grocery, at HAL MER k CO.'S, 814 Main slreet. •S~Bllliard Temple....

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. — 5 August 1871

tfwring £tat* fflttwwil. KDWAKD DANIELS. Kriilar and Manaser. — ————— No. 912V4 Mais Strkkt, RICatHOaTD, Ylß.ilsiA Ofllcinl Paper lor Ihe iloverunirut. SATURDAY EVE'O, AUGUST b\i«n. NEW PUBLICATIONS. EDMOND DaNTKS. A Sequel lo Alex ander J tunas' Cnvnt of Monte-Cristo, is published this day liy T. If. Peterson »V Hrotlu-rs, PhilutU'lpliin. In it we have laid ban to us all the concealed causes of the Revolution of February, 1848, which be gan acting as long ago as abort!*/ after tlie Revolution of 188 ft All the prominent names in I'ranee at that time here find a place, and all the prominent men and wo men are actors and talkers. Lamartinc, Marrast, Louis Blanc, U-drullollin, Klo.-on, Barrot, Arago, Vcrricr, All.ert, Ijunori ciere, Thii-rs, (iuizof, Hugeaud, AImI-cI- Kader, Kachel, Orfila Dupont, Madame George Sands, etc. Indeed, all the acts and actors and secret springs of action of the great social Revolution in France in 1848, are fully developed, with full description.- of perso...

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. — 5 August 1871

.?*?!*BL £&** Journal. SATURDAY EVE'O, AUG,UST 5, is;i. ••prratlon— Tin- I'rn.tirnl Result WorkiiiKmen are to Ik> ful ly convinced tlmt in cooperation lies the remedy for the oppregaion they liave so loiip; enilureil. Coiiperation has "lioen n-sl ed suftiiiently to prove that it will work well. The various cooperative firms in this city all report themselves as doing well, and some of them aro on the high mail to fortune. The Journeymen Printer's l'o<i|> erative Association, No ,tO Beckman street, vow print four journals, the Irish t'itizen American Society, .School Journal and Woodhttll e%- Claftin's Weekiy. They have also, extensive orders for hooks a.s well as for fancy joh printing. The atlairs of this association have been so admirably man aged that the capital invested has been near ly doubled. Ip to May Ist of this year the total amount paid in by members was $10,(XX>, while the dividends came up to the handsome figures of i>i»,734, or !)0 .'IS-I(M) per cen...

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. — 5 August 1871

(Evening £tatc §m*m | — ■■— i SATCRDAY EVE'G, AUGUST 5, llftl. I IM VI 111 OI'H I . Life has charms tor yon and me, lit li..r ihan uur .sense* see— Oharms of soul that cannot die, l.oii'» reserve, lor yon and 11 Tlin.w Ihe torturing ikrulitH aside In the sliciiKili ..1 i;.« 1 ni,ui,.. 1 Vase y<iur , 'siiwinir to the viiml, ' Knnni fetters sold and mind. Work '—aud make this lil»> aul.limc; Press His yrapts anil .Irtttk Hit nine/ As within the tiny flower Lurks the secret of ttod's i>o\ver, And the sweetest roses hlow From last winter's beda of snow— So lo your dear life and mine llu the fullness of His lime,) Light shall hreak from o'er the hills. (Had reward lo patient wills ' In the path of duty, lliul Health of heart and pea a* of mind ; All unsought, suiiie flowery prize Waits disclosure from thine eyes Some sweet land that Heaven expands 'Neath tlie touch of human hands ! loxi. fFrom .'Etching*," in Scribner's Monthly.] MISS MAIyOMY OJV THE 1 111 \l -1 «UESTION. Och! d...

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 August 1871

(Bvmws gtati fmmuriL RATES OF ADVKItTIMM.. Advertisements will be inserted in lIieKVEN INO STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, escept legal advertisements: Onesquare, one insertion , 7.1 Onesqnare, two insertion* 1 16 One square, three insertions 1 TA One aqnare, six insertion* 3 00 One square, twelve insertions » IW One square, one month 1(1 no On* square, two months IS 00 One square ,three months 2(1 00 ~ro aßvertisers, Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, kc , not exceeding three or four lines, will inserted under the proper heading* at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion; or two in •"Uons TORTY CEOTS ' •*" ta »™ SIXTY CENTS-invaribly ca.h is advahci. J- i a i i i _ _j ■rVFrayser'* Gallery.—A new nnd probably tho beat-appointed Photographic Gallery In the South, has just been fitted up by Mr. W. O. R. Fasrsaa, at 101 l Main street, opposite the post, ofllce. Mr. FkaTijek has spared no pain* or ex pense in his efforts to get the best apparatus that could be obtained ...

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 August 1871

I.IIU MID DANIELS, U.liii.r und Mannser. j tfu ITIM Main Street, Ricaaojra, VißnnriA mil. .nl rawer fbr the Oaveminesit. MONDAY KVE'O, AIHU'ST 7, Ts7K WEALTH \<\» ITS PRODUCERS. The distinguished ocuuouiist, Henry ('. Carey, hM drawn a striking illustration of the ilill'i'ii'iict. between (ho wealth which is rlelineil as a mere accumulation of mate rials, ami the wealth which gives a man greater Control over tho resoarccs of na ture. IT a man should in the course of a year pi'iuluce n steam engine In lhe taricd | processes IV.rin digging out the ore to form ing the wheels, roils, valves, ami cylinder, tlie addition of wealth to the country would not lie merely the addition of so many tons of iron and brass in the form of an engine. It would he tho power or capacity of that engine to produce niore than the man could without it. ll', for example, he could build crude, and so far ns mere figures are con cerned inaccurate illustration, shows that in the production of engines, telegra...

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 August 1871

\ ■»■ i .■ st 7, [From the American *mMJHill*Milni.| Hint. About H ork Tor Aire.,,,,, owed as early after harvest as possible. is ran not Ire dime at once harrow tin to break down the stubble and de . woods, and cause tho seeds to germi nate. The rubbish will act as a mulch and keep the ground moist, and it will plow » easier than if left unprotected to bake in the scorching sun. The fallows must not be neglected, (let everything ready, but do not be in too great a hurry to sow. If the land is in good condition, from the sth to the 25th of September is the best time in our latitude. To prevent smut, the old fashioned plan of moistening the seed with fermented chamber-lye, and then drying it with quicklime, is sale, and if thoroughly done, effective. The liquid from the stables, if fermented so as to develop the ammonia, is equally good. The main point is to turn over the heap until every seed and every part of each seed is moistened with the liquid, and the same is true in regard to...

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 August 1871

MONDAY KVE'ir, aTcTST :., l!* 71. J Temperance and Polly Tit*. That the various temperance soeielies in mil' land have dune much good we arc satis lied is true ; and that in some parts of otir {State they are nothing more nor lc-s than . liipies under the supreme rule of Miss i Polly Tics, and whose purpose is to,sen, this greatest of female tricksters of the hour is also true. The Friendst'J' Tempriaiiee.'m the county of Ilockhridge, in a certain sense, are a blank, a hint, a shame, if not a disgrace, to true Ootmcfls of Temperance. From some of the recent actions of the b'airfield Conn- 1 oil, and taking it as a guide, we should he compelled to denounce (lie whole concern as a farce, so far as caring for obligations and advancing tlie cause of temperance is concerned. Two Coimcilsi wo know of in this coun t\, and they either from ignorance, or "»r7 titrul and menu cussedness," violated the obligations voluntarily taken. And how Ihe 111 and Council of the State can in jus tice allo...

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 August 1871

ITES OF ADVERTISING. iLAR l>er square of eight lines, solid RATES made ai counter, or by h regular patrons. - ■ ■■ ■ ifl estate gflimwt. I EUREKA! ;ific or political studies, it is of rtance for the student to be <tm ms and symbols used by the ise book be is studying. We t) much in the Whig, Enquirer eh, as well as their rural imita carpet-baggers', scalawags, ci<\, re at a loss to know what or cant —whether these enemies of ere bipeds of the genus "drum he original "petroleum throw carried little bags of combust different hotels in New York pose of causing a general coi r qliadrupeds, lean, lanky, am io, foraging down on Virginia 'our what war had left. > the Enquirer, we are enabled i of reasoning from its elabor i, to ascertain what is a carpet we can now sleep o' nights. A ;r is clearly a biped, having ted "backbone," active habits ity of purpose. lie is not dan pt to old fossils, and to them ive when they have dragget •cpy recesses, rights and privil l they have rob...

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 August 1871

:^i^———— —— r toning $<nmwl F.DWAKD DAMI.IS. Idilor and >Isi»«*fr. I NO. 912)4 MAtIC STKMiT, UICIIMi Ml. VIK.IISIA Official Paper fbr the Government. TUESDAY EVE'G. AUGUSTS, 1871. | TUB KRfst RAILWAY K\< I.USION. Summer tourists, who seek delightful routes of travel, where the most perfect appointments for comfort and safety com bine with grand and beautiful scenery, should not fail to pass over the- route of the Eric railway and its connections. To fa- I cilitatc travel, and bring it within reach of even moderate purses, the liberal managers have arranged for excursions over several of the best connecting lines of railroads | and steamboats. Tickets are sold for the round trip, at about half-price, good for the season, and enabling the bolder to stop at all points on [the route to suit bis con venience. At much less than the daily cost at a stupid watering-place, one can travel and eivjivy the changing panorama of new scenes continually, stopping *° ,I<>C * n * to vi...

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 August 1871

TUESDAY EVE'G, AUGUST 8, 1871. [From the Capital.] THE NORFOLK BOAT-RACE. When the kind-hearted and appreciative public peruses the annexed vividly written account of the aliove exciting contest, the kind-hearted and appreciative public afore said will understand the pardonable com placency with which The Capital points to the enterprise and outlay that enables it to lay before its readers our "Special Cor respondent's" minute and circumstantial report of the Potomac's notable victory of Thursday last: Editors Capital, —ln accordance with in stmctions, I embarked upon the Laxly of the Lake on Wednesday last, and soon the city sank in the dim distance as the noble boat, freighted with the manly beauty and womanly strength—or something of that kind —of Georgetown and vicinity, sped? down the broad Potomac on its way to con quest. Everybody was on deck enjoying the refreshing breeze. A few miles below Alexandria the boat passed a quiet little village just as the sun tinted the river. T...

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 August 1871

Evening #teti $mml j 'ITBSHAY EVI'.'C, AUGUSTS, |s;i. [From The C ipital.] Truthl'ill Talk with Ilrel Hnrle. BT FAXNII lieH-.MKi'. 1 M.iir lieadfinu in Its piece, Ilrel T U not, it is apt to be twirled, Right round with a permanent twist, Hi the praise ol the civilized world. The nations applaud you afar; Your country exults In your lame, And never were bare better won, Than Ihose which emblazon your name. Your genius re-enibles a stream, A cryetaline stream, when we view The reflex of nature and man, Perennially sparkling and new. Whatever of coarseness will cling. To themes that yon touch en, your hand, Transmutes hy its magicnl.powcr, To something ennobling and grand. ft. You speak from the heart to the heart: Hearts throb to you back with a thrill; Yon move men to laughter or liar-. And sway every mind at your will. An author evolves from his work: The closer your writings we scan, The clearer your image appears. True artist, true ltoet, true man ! You live in your soul-stirring...

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 August 1871

<_Tcmnq £tatc Journal. PUBLISHED DAILY (Sitndays Excepted): ' At No. 913H Main Street. Richmond. Va. The JOURNAL, is delivered to Mibscribers fn the rity at Fifteen Cent* ter Week, payable to the carriers—Three Cents per single copy. Price forMaiunu.—Throe months $1 7fi; siai months $3 00; one year $6 no. The WKEKLY JOT TONAL Will be mailed to Fuoscriberssixmonths for 7. r >cents; one yearsl So, rpO l 111. COLORED riTI/.INS OF VIR- Acall for a Southern Stales Convention has j been issued by tlie prominent Colored Men of the South, to assemble at Columbia, South Carolina, I on the 18th day of October, IS7I, at 12 o'clock M. I The reasons why this Convention should be held need not be discussed here ; they are various as our condition la complicated. As the institution of slavery passes away, we ! meet in its receding shadow the Ills and evils na- I tural to its long existence, and this brings us face to ftice with new duties which must hoover ag gressive. Our crude civilization...

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 August 1871

(Ettitiug £tate iouvnal ___ : : . .-.. — c EDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnd Manager. No. 912!. Maiii Struct, Richmond, Vikhihia J —- a, =^ Offleißl Paper fur the GoTernrae.t. WEDNESDAY KVE'G. AUGUST9,IB7I. Tin: VIRGINIA INTERNATIONAL LAND COMPANY. The Virginia International Lund company is apparently emerging from its inchoate state. Mr. Guroee, the new president, has fully demonstrated hi.s ability and tact in managing land enterprises in the West, making them profitable to tho original own ers and attractive to solid immigration.— Other gentlemen associated with him com mand large capital, and if Colonel Flour- i nojr cannot talk the scheme into favor with j those who lack nothing but persuasion to induce them to take stock, his tongue has lost its natural eloquence. Perhaps it is a mistake, but the suspicion will obtrude, that the real objective point of these gentlemen lies many miles west of Virginia; and the plans of the company, so far as developed, only look to supplying a missing...

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 August 1871

WEDNESDAY EVK'O, .VI t€rUST 0,1871. (allfor a Southern Smtrs Convention. The follow-ins preamble and resolution were adopted by the State convention of Georgia, held at Atlanta, Feb. :i, 1.571 : Whereas the peculiar condition of the colored people In the Southern States, Browing out of a combination of local cation, does, in the Judg ment of this convention, demand a more practical understanding and natural cooperation, to the end that a more thorough nnion of effort, action, and organization may exist; and Whereas we believe a convention of the South ern State, would most happily siippl> this exi gency and receive the cordial endorsement of the colored citizens of said stales : Therefore. Resolved, That we, I lie members of the! Icorgia State coiiMMition now assembled, do authorize the President of this convention to Issue a rail, in the name of the said convention, for a Southern Stales convention, lo be held at such time and place as he and those with whom he may advise shall ...

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 August 1871

WEDNESDAY EVE'G, AUGUST B, 1871. I In i lie. UI Hie \l Idle Sulphur. •_ "Out- Miss Grundy," writing from White Sulphur Springs, gives us the following oo lllis subject: Naturally then* is no end of llirtation here, Hie innumerable piazzas, cosy recep tion-rooms, extensive lawn anil grove with no end of secluded paths and seats afford ing such excellent opportunities for inthil- IN in the pleasant pastime. The grove • wronged indeed that n bashful man go through with every sUgc of courtship unit the least trouble. In fact, if ht studied the map of the prove ami learn lie names of the various walks and bench he need not say a word. All he has ii is to lead his chosen one through the ous mazes, squeeze her hand if lie can hold of it, and fidget significantly. It add to the effect Tf he can manage to nge color at the critical points. At the I where the paths on the lawn brand in different directions he should en vor to look tender, or the lady might prefer to go over the stile to J)ry (...

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