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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 10 August 1871

SHED IUHAf (Sundays Excepted)' lav. Mnin Street, nirhmond, Va. rRNAIj is delivered to subscribers in Fifteen Cents per Week, payable to s—Thbf.e Cents per single copy. ft Miiii.iNii.—Tliree months *1 7S; six 00; one year ♦(! 00. EKLY .TOTtRNAI., will be mailed to sixlfionths for "Scents; one ye_tr*l So. Nt) #tatc $ owtml . —, ——— PARTY KEY-NOTES. iinouncements of party principles out by leaders, as bugle calls are o bring rank and file into posi :oming conflict, and indicate the ack, or defense, which must be nd prosecuted. At present, the i have rather a curious discord in i; some apparently taken from lican note-book ; others from the ?d Know-Nothing collection ; but ibining very old and very new, last and dreamed future, are so i to arrest attention, if they can ,nd obedience. Of this latter class i eh appeared in the Whig a few "Death to Radicalism." irate editor appears to be in rnesl, it is well to look over the see if this terrible cry is a just the cause of order anil civili...

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 August 1871

iitor nnd Maaaaer. ICHJIO.VI), Vl-tOIRIA (-ovrrumrm. __'■! si ; lo","TßTn HO \MI ITS .ini.i.iKs" , in reply tO scv f appeared in the to say upon the HOpta to calling f personalities in cncrally taken a rgunient to make opponent. Thla th the Richmond f an article from took. an} ism does not eh of the Whig ; most for that sort me battle tolera ifamies that hay c people of thi s the funding hi Central scheme i has seemed al ie party that ha and its efforts to y been renderet M really what is. >n of the State t—but its ham er away its abil !• of abusing th without sayin ving carpet-bag as the "thieving brain ; for tha its song, as we] mieni."" article from th tits the question ladieal party of ie 'thieving car sorno." ally! if by the n the Republican t declared him lection, and was moderate gon f General Grant with assurances ! and honest Ile lected ; and wi le lhat he was tad designed to ut when'he got the reins of gov ds, doubtless' lu es had swarmed with various ich were of such i...

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 August 1871

ffvftffltfl £tat* journal THURSDAY ETE'G, AUdtfST 10,1871. Rule or Ihe "Cobdcn I I lib." The Capital contains tlie following very excellent contribution from 'I. X., which we command to our readers as sound doc trine for new Slates, especially like ou own : We are sick of dependence on England therefore, in our weak way. we struggle 01 with a view to change, lithe "Cobden Club" is anything it is a congress of rcpre sentativc men, who rally around the ghos of the departed free-trader, to carry out his principles. The assemblage has for its leading objects so to direct the industries o Che world so as to build np and sustaii such compact countries as England at the expense of sparsely settled countries like America. The work of the Cobden Club is in the interest of bankers, manufactur ers, and traders. Accumulated wealth they would maintain in few hands by mak ing the rich richer by useless trade between remote points, and reduce the poor to the extreme of low prices for the result of...

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 August 1871

[in lisn.vv rve'u, Ai(;rsx pi, \m. |I.V Al TIIOIiITV.J ionyi:ntio\ BRTWEKJi thi: i miiji statesofavilhh a and tiie al si'iio. 11l MiAlll l> MONARCHY. RIGHTS, ETC., til.' OONSI LS. Mkiicil July 11. Into: llaiillcl December in. I-JO: Kiilillcutioii- Exchanged June fMi ISTIj Proclaimed June •-». 1-11. Bgthi /•,-. vi /,,,< ,/(/„. United Matte <*f Am A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, a Conveniion between the United States ol America nnd His Majesty the Enijieror of Austria, King of Bohemia, kc, and Apvstolii Kingof Hungary, c'lnceriiing the lights, privi leges, immunities, and duties of consuls of either country residing lo the otter, was concluded and signed nt Washington by their respective I'iciii potentiarles, on the eleventh day of July, 1-ru. which convention, being In Ille English and Ger man languages, is word lor word as follows : The President of the United Stales of America ami His Majesty the Emperor of Austria, King of Hoheinia, kc, and AjHislolic King of Hun -a ry, animated...

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. — 11 August 1871

PUBLISHED DAILY (Sundays Excepted)' At No. '.il'."'. Main Street, Richmond, Va. The.TOT TRNAL is delivered to subscriber* In Ihe city atFiFTSss Gekts rss Week, payable to the carriers—Threk Urnis jier single copj, Pans sorMah.in,,.—Three months *1 IS; si months $3 00; one year *6 00. The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subscrlberss ix months for 7S cents; one year 11 So. MEDDLERS, FREE SCHOOLS, _C. The Enquirer of this morning inveighs loudly against the tendency of "the regular Down-Easter to intermeddle," and the harmful tendency thereof. It says : "It is for this reason that the public school sys tem, and various other Yankee systems, are so unpopular at the South; and it was because of their disposition to meddle with it, that slavery became so lirmly rooted." Among the ignorant and prejudiced oppo nents of free schools, it is very common to denounce them as Yankee institutions, so as to array against them the prejudices of the mob. The implication of the Enquirer is quite unwo...

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. — 11 August 1871

EDYVIKD DANIELS. Erlit.r end Mnniutrr. No. 1112 . Main Sikeki, Riciixumi, Vihmimi Official Paper lor the li uvrruiilent. PRIDA- BVB'G, AUGUST 11, I-? 1 .: f .iiniiii.il Sense in I'lliicntimi ef I hil.lrcn. Mow the American child is ikwloped into iho true American style of character in die I'otnniiiii school is far more easy lo lie seen than to be -escribed. The teacher cannot nuT-esliniali' liis olficc ; the bnanl of education cannot be 100 wise ; but, after all, the great thing is done when the child ren of all classes ami types of nature are compeflod to spend six yean together un der one roof. The very essence of Ameri can life is, that under our constitution ami laws we are obliged to work all our life in perpetual contact with our fellow-men, re specting in them all rights we claim for ourselves. This involves us all in many exceedingly disagreeable phases of experi ence ; especially does it grate on the taste ami sensibility of all orders of highly ethi cal. <1 antl superio...

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. — 11 August 1871

B»G, AUGUST 11, 1871. _ r OF THE I'll I SS. isco Chronicle says: "Bight ie or impolitic, the people "l he l'aeilie coast, irrcspec mvc determined to prevent ■nlioti liy every /iv/u/ menns c American says : "The Ke iitli Carolina ltavc shown to wither threats nor intimidit ilions nor seunrgings can in— give u|. the principles for iive Buffered so much, and tiloiis circumstances they into their Slate consti •k Times says: "We judge, irison, that the country can . exchange a Republican for administration ; and the le caivcr' which Mr. Tweed nisi., and his friends will in Washington. We hope ilinctl to this State, and to luiililing in it, which has reeled lor the aecommoila their stamp." Tribune .says : "Are the xpenditures made puhlic in ? If true, may not the city ' the stolen millions ? And it the Democratic adminis- York, which has perpetrated g peculations and thefts, be own and banished forever of profit or honor ? Those t which the tax-payers fed ! Simulant says: "We are at the h...

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. — 11 August 1871

y |<NMU.I | A mr or - sioitno.v Whatsoe'er yon find In tin. Doit. boy*, nitballyour ini-l.!! Never !«■ a nut li"''. Urn tilth iii the right Trifles even Lead to heaven, Trifles make the lite ol' man, So in all i inlll . Great or small thing., He a. thorough as you can. Let no rspei k their surface dim— Siwtless truth ami honor bright! I'd not (five a tip for him Who Rays SW lie is White ! He who falters, Twists or alters Littlejitoms when we .-peak, May deceive me, Hut believe me, To himsrlf he is a snealc I Help the weak if you are strong, Love the old if you are young : Own a. fatilt if you. are wrong, If you're angry hold your tongue. In each duly Lies a beauty, If your eyes you (lo not shut, .lust as surely And securely An a kernel in a nut! I—)ve with all your heart and soul, Love with eye and ear and touch; That's the moral of the whole, You can never love too much ' 'lis the glory Of the story Iv our babyhood began ; Our hearts without it, (Never doubt it,) Are as world* w...

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 August 1871

PUBLISHED DAILY (Sundays Excepted) At No. 913 M Main Street, Rirhinoml, Va. The JOURNAL is delivered lo subscribers, in the city at firm* Cknts prii Wfek, payable lo ihe carriers—Thkkf. l.'r.sr* per single copgr, Prick for M-M.lXU.—Three months tl Tt't six months *3 00 J one year to 00. The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subscribers six months ter 78 cents; one year *1 (io. tMttg Mttft Journal PARTY UNITY. Thomas Carlyle says: "You will never get bread and bacon by talking about it." In all popular organizations, after the first impulse, there comes always an inter- : nal struggle. Even in the army, long days i of inaction bring personal quarrels and in- i trigues without number—the quarrels be- , tween the ins and outs, lint let the long- i roll beat, and every man springs into line, 1 prepared to assault or resist the common ' foe. In the shock of battle, mean jeal- s ousies and rivalries disappear. ( All intelligent commanders recognise the , danger of demoralization among idle...

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 August 1871

No. 912H Main Stkjskt, Ricaao-D, ViaomiA iinii "ml Paper n>r the Oovernment. ' ' ' SATURDAY EVKNING, Alii. 11,1871. oi it pi ri:i:siti rg letter. How they "Depart" The View* et n I'romi tieut Dellluerat- Tlr ry will Swallow the tiiiiii.liui'iiiv. lint ll.).. nl them a* Soon u» they get the Power. [Correspondence of the State Journal.] Petersburg, Aug. 10th, 1861. A meeting of the Democrats of ] __nee George county was held at the court-houM to-day. About the usual " court-day crowtl " assembled, with the addition of some "Conservative" candidates for dele gates to the Democratic State convention I and their friends. The party "rcsolutcd" and "speechified" to the edification of the gaping crowd. The usual slang-whanging of "Radicals," "scalawags" and "carpet baggers" was indulged in, and it is not ne cessary to repeat any of it here. But there was one statement made by one of the speakers, which is worthy of serious consideration. That speaker was Dr. George 0, Rives, a prominent ...

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. — 12 August 1871

(Bmmxy, jfittte journal SATURDAY EVENING. AUG. 12, 1871. JULY MEETUVO OF THE POTOMAC FRUIT (iKOWERS" ASSOCIATION. an ixTi:ru;s'nx(i mkktinii. The Potomac Fruit Growers' Association met at 11 o'clock on Tuesday, lltli Jul} - , al the Hoard of Trade rooms, .Judge Cray presiding; I. 11. Folsom, Esq., secretary. Mis. F.mily K. Hriggs, better known as "Olivia," was elected an honorary member of the association. Upon motion of Dr. Darby, the follow ing persons were unanimously elected to membership: Christian Fxel and Wright Curtiss, of I'niontown; George Ely, of Guilford Station, Ixiudoun county; and also, on motion of the President, It. A. Phillips, of Alexandria county, was re ceived as a member. SUCCESS OK THK APRICOT. Dr. Darby submitted the following ques tion: "Can any member report anything in favor of the apricot in this District? It seems to be more a nursery for the cur culio than anything else. I have l>een look ing for fruit these la.st three years, and found none on trees...

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. — 12 August 1871

(getting J>tatt |iuiri«t^ s A 'ITR iTaY l.\ EN IN' ■, \ n i.' 1-, I^7l. A si,ii j Viir IVoplt' U liv Want I>lorr Liuul. I know a man and lit-lived in .lono*.— Which Jom* i* a county of red hills amletOEMn And h<' lived pfrtty much by Retting of limns, And his mules were nothing; bal skin and .mjtips, Ami lii-- wm flat M his corn bread poncf, And he hail 'boat :i ihon>aiul a.n-s of land. This man—and Haute was ftteo .Tones— Hi* swore tliat led !».,\e them old red hills and stones, For he couldn't make not bin bid yellowish cotton, And little ot that, tor bis fences were rotten, And what little cot ton he had, that was boiiKhten. And lie coaldn't get a living from the land. And the lonper he .wore the madder he got, And be rose and he walked to the stable lot. And he hallooed to Tom to come there and bttcb, Kor to emigrate somewhere where tlie land was And to quit raising cockbnrs, thistles and neli And wasting their time on barren land. So him and Tom they hitched np Ihei...

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. — 14 August 1871

PIiBI.ISHKD DAILY (Sundays Excepted) . Al Ke. DUX Mnin Street, Ricliiuonil. An. The .ItiUHNAI. is delivered 10 subscribers in the cily nt l'n'ii'.KN Otme rrii AVkkk, payable to Ihe carriers—Tiiiiff. 01-Ti per l iiiele copy. Priir for Maii.ix".—Three monlhs tl 76; si* months tfx M| one year fr; ihi. The AVEF.KI/V JOUItNAI, will be mailed lo subscribers six numlhs l'i.r76cciits; one yi-i*l So. ftmtfttg Jftatc gotunuiL THE NORFOLK EXCURSION. The trip of the "Sylvester" down the James to Xorfolk add return yesterday, was very delightful. The weather was perfect, and no accident occurred to mar the occasion. Gliding swiftly down the noble James, under a cloudless starry sky, the dawn found us at Fortress Monroe, sniffing the fresh salt water breezes, and looking out upon the misL expanse of the Pausing a moment to leave a portion of our passengers, we had a fine view of Hip Haps or Fort Calhoun, an unfinished work, occupying a small island at the mouth of i the Chesapeake Bay, on either ...

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. — 14 August 1871

Gwnfofl mm .Journal KI»H'AH» DANIKI.*. _*llor iin.l MmumnJ No. ni2H Mai* Stskkt, Rici.Moxn, Vikhi.vh i Official Paper Tur the Oiivcrm-cutT "' MOXPAV HVKNIXC, Al (I. 11, I*7l. | «:.>_. in i. Hi's ity Tin: sin itiov -TH_ I NEW DEI'.VII'I'IHE. Int. I. Vf, Hughes writes a strong letter tv the Ixi-doun Re/iidilican, from which we make an extended extract: 'I never entertained in my life a more confident conviction, more "unshakeably fixed than my convictiou that the measures and principles of the Republican party are the only ones on which the government of .this Union can he .safely and peaceably con ducted. The Democratic party themselves pay unwilling and c< creed homage to the soundness and excellence of these princi ples, in accepting their Xew Departure, riieir object, in substituting the principles of the Xew Departure for tlieir own obso lete, discredited and repudiated urns, is, by combining tho strength inherent in good principle., with that which they think at taches tot...

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. — 14 August 1871

Mn.ND.W i:\KMMI, All.. ||, is 7 l.| • ,UL y.,, l " :,n>,i ol "" POTOMAC I It! IT (.ROWl.ltv ASSOCIATION". AN INTKItKSTIXII ,11 Ml.l I M I. [CONTINI'i:iI.| The" Potomac l'l-inl ( .'rowers' Association met nt 11 o'clock on Tuesday, lift July at the Hoard of Trade room.;, .Judge (irav presiding; P. 11. .'olsoiu, |_~|., secretary. FKIEM) (UI.I.INUHAM iM'iiN 'nip \ )K TKRIOKATION OF FKUITSS AND I'lil'lT TREES. The president here called the attention of the members to the following' paper from the pen of Friend Gil-Ogham, upon the de terioration of fruits and fruit trees. He said: It has been thought by very many fruit growers for quite a long period of time that certain kinds of fruits, and particularly ap ples, become deteriorated nnd run out, af ter being cultivated a series of years, and the writer of this article was fully of that belief up to a very recent period. ISiieh is itp/jttrcntli/ the fael, and if we judge only from appearances, without studying the philosophy of the mail...

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. — 14 August 1871

VIRGINIA NEAVS. Robinson's circus will visit Alexandria | Mosquitoes annoy lhe citizens of Alex andria a great deal. The breaks in the C-eaapeake and Ohio Canal were closed last Thursday morning. The Board of Directors of the O. A. & M. K. R. will meet at Rawley Springs to-| A vein of black lead has been found on the farm of James T. Nocll, in Bedford On last Monday and Tuesday, t'incastle. had a threshing machine in full operation in t he streets. The Supreme Court of Appeals of Vir ginia commenced its session at Staunton on the 11'tli iusi. W. B. Melvin, of Bristol will start in a few days for New York with a car load of .'1,500 chickens. A small boy, named Mike Sullivan, fell from a shed in Alexandria last Thursday. and broke his arm. Professor Charles Martin has resigned his position as professor of Greek at Hamp den Sidney College. l'.ight thousand bushels of wheat reached Alexandria Thursday. Very well done for a second-class place. A camp meeting will be held in Giles cou...

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. — 15 August 1871

PUBLISHED DAILY (Sundays Excepted) At Ne. 912H Main Street. Richmond, Va. The JOURNAL is delivered to a_toeerfb*n in Ihe city at Fiftbioi Cents pur Wkck, payable lo the carrier*—Thrkf, Oksis per single copy. Pkics for Maii.ihu—Three month* $1 7-i ■*_ months $.1 00; one year $6 00. The WEEKLY JLOUIINAL will lie null led lo subscribers six months forTflcents; oneyearld r>o. TROOPS IN THE WRONO PL*CE. The Dispatch -of this morning contains the following in an article headed "Troops in the wrong place :" It is a shame to the age anil Ibe country lhat armed troops should he placed over a people >~ enlightened and refined as the white people of the Southern States, under pretence that they are disorderly, refractory, nnd murderous. The pretext is a lie, and Iho true motive—lhat of In timidating the whites and carrying the election!* for the party in power—is as'despotic anil un scrupulous as motive can be. Will the Dispatch tell us in what sense, any where or at any time since the S...

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. — 15 August 1871

(&vtm% £tatc journal IIIWAIID HIMIIV I .in- t n.i.l Muurr. No M>M Mais Stkket, Riihuiixd, ViamsiA Ollliinl l_V«r I'or the Government. TUESDAY I'.VKMNi;, AUO. 10, 1871. PROGRESS l> KENTUCKY. lii 1800 the vote of Kentucky stooil, Lin -1.1111, l,:i(iI; D-iiun't-iic, :»l,S.">_». In ISU4 the vote .stood, Kqmblicaii, _7,76 C ; IK-ni iirratic, 64,821. In ISOB the vote stooil, (irant, :.n,r»(;G ; Sevmorc, 115,889, a ma jority of 7(1, 823. In 1870 the vote mi ean iliilates for Congress, the colored vote •**-__ pulled for the first time, stood, Hepnhli lican, 57,-2GI ; Democratic, 88,!)4.'5. And now conies the election of 1871, nnd the Democratic candidate for Governor Ims hut 20,000 majority on a full vote of the State. The total vote of each party has not yet heen ascertained; hut the returns show that the large annual gain of the Republi cans, is kepi up. It is not too much to ex pect that in a comparitively short time Kentucky will throw oil' the Bourbon ru lers, and become a...

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. — 15 August 1871

TUESDAY FAENING, AW. U, 1871. THE NATIONAL l. mm: CONVENTION. A New Party Oruaui/.-.l Nomination* to be Made Tor President anil Vice Pre—dent—The I'liilli.rni. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 10.—The declara tion of the principles with which the Na tional Labor party propose to go before the country, next year, as a political party, is as follows: Referring to the call for a National Con vention to nominate a President and Vice President, they say, in making this call, and presuming to enter into competition with existing parties, it is meet we should give to the world our reasons, as well as our proposed remedies for existing evils. Government is founded on sovereignty and the consent of the governed, and its purpose is to protect property and enforce national rights, and thus give to all an equitable chance in tlie race of life. The land, water, air, and all natural elements, are common gilts ; governments are only trustees to guard against their misapplica tion j anil, as trustees, they hav...

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. — 15 August 1871

IT ESP AY KVKMNG, ALU, 10, Isi 1. Mlti.iM \ m:w*. Wiinlu-sUr iin.l ll»' country adjai'flit is now iii the midst of n very severe droinilit. A colored iniin in the employment of l>r. Lowiy, near Lowry's (Tossing, Bedford i.unity, WaPi kilted last week by a wagon | running over him. Three prisoner.-; iilU'iii|iti'il lo break jail at Liberty on last Wednesday. One of them was shot by the jailor, while the other two escaped. A colored man in the employ of l)r. Lowiy, near Lowiy"n crossing, fell from a v. agon on Thursday last, and was run over and almost instantly killed. A bomb-shell exploded in Alexandria on last Thursday, and seriously injuveil n man named Sol Ilriftis, who happened to be playing with it at the time. A colored man, named Henry Carring toii, was accidentally killed near the Ma nassas bridge, on the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas railroad, last Saturday. Mr. William Snyder, of Shenandoah I con-Works township, committed suicide last Friday, by shooting himself in th...

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