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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 August 1871

<&vmw% &t*it gournal PUBLISHED DATLY (Sundays Excepted) At Ne. 919_ Mnln Street. Rirh-iond, Va. The JOURNAL is delivered to subscribers in the city nt Fifteen (Jests fee Week, iwiyahle lo Ihe carriers—There Cents per single copy. Pbice ron Maii.ieii—Three months .1 T.i; six months A3 00; one year •« 00. The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subscribers six months for 70 cents ; one year ♦! _0. dvming £ta.c $mm\. The near approach of the annual meeting of this important Society, with which our city is to be honored, early next month, demands prompt consideration. We learn from the efficient President of our State Society, John Iff, Allan, that they are making proper arrangements for the occasion. That Society, however, is destitute of the means to give to our honored guests from abroad such a reception as we would all like to see. We trust that our wealthy citizens will realize the great importance and representa tive value of this meeting, and vie with each other in offeri...

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. — 16 August 1871

'ft * -*.-___' - — ED., vitll DANIELS, Editor uml __>„;„.. r. iilli* iul i'iiiici r„r the <_i«vcr_m. nt. JEFFERSON'- PRIVATE LIFE. We must male, room for the description of Mr. Jefferson's domestic life and habit. after his retirement from public life, written hy his grandson, Colonel Jefferson Jian- Ilis iii:iiiuer.s were of thatpolishcdscho.il .if the Colonial government, so remarkable in its day—under no circumstances violat ing any of those minor conventional observ ances which constitute the woll-hrcd gentle man, courteous and eonHif.ci-.te to all per sons. On riding out with him when a lad, we met a negro who lwwi.l to us ; lie re turned his bow ; I did not. Turning to me he asked : "Do you permit a negro to be more of a gentleman than yourself V" Mr. Jefferson's hair, when young, was of a reddish cast; sandy as ho advanced in years: his eye haztl. Dying in his. Ith year, no Lad not lost a tooth, nor had one defective; his skin thin, peeling from bis face on exposure to ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 August 1871

__... mmmawmmmm gyftttttg ftete gin. mi. t. EVEX'I,. .\ I (~ I.i, IS7I. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. The Chicago Journal says that "when the I-__berary get possession of the nation- Ar.^Xh'i.. TIC t '-ame,a-e'-- r plies: "Then you" will be 5 ib- it IS the rule of the Tammany Ring to carry off the whole hide." The following story is t.ilil hy a Western journal to illustrate the' 'new .iejiarturi' :" A boy was observed watching for a woodchiick to come out of his hole. "Do you suppose van can catch him," sai.i a passer-by. "'Catch him ?" sai.i tho boy (_m--_np.uou.slv, I've got to catch hini, stranger; we arc out of meat." A long editorial in tlie Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser and Mail closes with assuring its Democratic friends that the only means of getting on tho ramparts of the constitu tion, which they talk so much about, is through what is called tho "Xew i)c part___.," Those who oppose tlie party action, it says, insist on refusing to get on tlie ramparts of the constitution, and on car...

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. — 16 August 1871

gwtutifl £tate gouYiu.l . WI-.T.NK.SDVY I \ I ~.!.;, is;l. 1 [For tho State Journal. THE OLD. Oil) -TORY. Bloom heather, shine summer, make golden the day. vl\ breath reaches up and sweeps out the prey, I Willi a Irmirli. .nil ri I'rm er from the,, erhrinping ' sky. And the bird* and' the shadows are nsking me 1 wliy. I I I Ob. birds : oh, shadows :as tlto' the whole . world '< Knew it not—why tlie sun, and the moon have ■ unfurled 1 Their goldenest gold, and their sllvcrest shonns, I Why birds, why shadows, ii means—why. il I mean?. < * All this glorious gladness, this and light, This whole divine earth so ecstatically bright, It means the old story has come, don t you -'• (Hi, yon stupid : delightful old world—he loves mo. S, tirr FOREI-X __tl____U__Mf. I At Hamburg, Gem__iy. a society has been formed for the erection of stone col umns for bill-posting, which are also provi ded with drinking fountains. Taper money is printed for the Japanese government at Frankfort-on-the-Ma...

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. — 17 August 1871

<_.vmittg .State $*%\\%*l PUBLISHED DAILY (Sundays Excepted) At No. MM Main Street, Richmond, Va. The JOURNAL is delivered to subscribers In the city at Firman Guars fer Wkek, payable to tlip carriers—Tn*_- Cams per single copy. I»Ric«FoaM*n.ixo.—Three months *1 7ft; six months *.. 00; one year ♦« 00. will be mailed to nts; one year I*l ISO. 6vfi.ii.fl £t..te g-otwitti I 111 A AND NOW. To judge by the outbursts of patriotic (?) indignation, which fill the columns of our Democratic cotemporaries whenever allu sion is made to the presence of United States troops in any disturbed locality, within the limits of the States, which were so lately the theatre of bloody strife, it might be supposed that such police duty was entirely without precedent in the history of our country. To listen to the wailing in the same class of papers, because Congress has seen fit to confer upon the President, under restrictions most explicit and guarded, power to suspend the operation of writs of habeas c...

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. — 17 August 1871

——————— tfwmttfl JSteU |c*unwil tUW.IHII Dl_IB„_. i .1 ~., and _~,,.,_, , N- MM Mali ,St»_kt, Kkhmom,, Vir'.im i • Official Paper Tor the Government. I Till IiSDAV F.VKNINO. AITG.'IT.IsTI. ' 1..Mi1l I.KWJ. mmi < IBA. We copy the following cheering news from Cuba from the Sun of Tues.la, ' Dates have been received from Cuba i Libre to the 2d inst. The enthusiasm pro- I duced among all classes of the natives by the recent successful landings of arms anil i ammunition is described by all correspmi- ■ dents as most intense. .\ hen it is borne in mind tliat not a musket, a bullet, or an I ounce of powder liad been received by any one of the pal riot forces for more than a t year or a year and a half; lhat iv conse *_ucuce of the ill-success attending several previous expeditious, some of which imr nipped in the bud by Don Hamilton Fish and other satellites of Spain here, while others fell into the hands of Spaniards as I soon as landed, many Cubans surrendered I in the belief that the...

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. — 17 August 1871

(jwmttfl 3 tat* gmmudL THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 17,1871. A 11.1 \ ' - III.IKH -.1. "O dear!" sighed John Allen, us lie closed the Sunday-scltool library book, "how I wish / had a chance to do some thing heroic; lam sick and tired of this humdrum life out here in the woods. No thing to do but to drive the cows in the morning, and drive them back at night— chop down trees ami cut them up for fire wood —plow, harrow, hoe, and so on to the end. Tf something only would happen once in a while 1 "When you have lived to be as old as T am," said his grand-father, a white-haired man on the verge of the grave, "you will learn there is a heroism in every-day life that is quite as sublime as those rare acts which are heralded from one end of the country to the other." "Yes, I suppose you are right, grandpa— of course you are; but still I'd like to do one of those rare acts myself. It would seem to make a great man of me. and I know it would make mo happy too." He took down his old straw hat, as ho...

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. — 17 August 1871

THri-SDAY EVF/NIW. WU. 17,1871. HOME HE-MHO. WHO nOH). —-V wise man will never rust out. An l"ii'_ us lie tan move or breathe, lie will be doing fur himself, for his neighbor, or Ibr posterity. Almost to the last hour of hit. life, Washington was at work. So were Franklin and Voting, and Howard and Newton. The vigor of I heir lives never decayed. No rust marred their spirits. It is a foolish idea lo suppose tliat wo must lie down and die because we arc old. Who is old ? Not the man of ener gy, not the day laborer in science, art or benevolence ; out he only who suffers his energies to waste away and the springs of life to become motionless ; on whose hands the hours drag heavily, and to whom all things wear the garb of gloom. Is he old? should not be put ; but is ho active ? can he breathe freely, and move with agility ? There arc scores of gray-headed men we should prefer, in any Important enterprise, to those young men who fear and tremble at approaching shallows, and turn pale at...

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. — 18 August 1871

(fMntfj £.att the city at lii in . < "i .. . ri.B Wkkk, payable to the carrleru— Turbe Ci-ii- i>er single copy. Price for mailing toning #._.* §mm Whkn an unwilling witness is upon the stanil, the rule is so general as to be almost invariable—short answers to long questions. But this rule does not apply to some great men, "interviewed under protest," like the linn. Jacob Thompson, under the persua sive inquisition of Mr. Cuthbert, the Her ald's Virginia correspondent. Cuthbert is brief enough to claim for his interrogato ries that they are the soul of wit; but the moral pressure must have been tremen dous, for the protesting interviewed fairly gushes out words, in the stereotyped form familiar to every man who has been south of the Potomac a single hour; and an nounces his likes and dislikes, whose ad vent delights him—whose exit will lill him with joy. If the Hon. Jacob Thompson had been unknown to fame, his out-givings, under Cuthbert't psycho-borean press, might be palmed o...

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. — 18 August 1871

<_-wm..fl EDWARD DANIELS, Editor an.l Manager. 912 Main Street Official paper for the government FRIDAY KVKMXO. ACQ. IS, 1871. CONSERVATIVE ETHICS. "I! your cause bo bad, call in nld slander ; if nu opiHiuent is iwwerfiil, h«muat be iiindonl.uov lolls." This is the advice of Gerard Hamilton to politicians. A moment's reflection pre sents the idea that his work has furnished the ethics of the Conservative party in this State. Their lash has been slander, their aims, to make Republicans obnoxious. Their arguments, all based on prejudice and barbetl with malice and vitupera tion have been aimed at "yankees," "carpet-baggers," and "scalawags," until a base and wicked public opinion has boon formed in certain localities, by which means the Republican party, from timo to time, has been defeated. Not because of its principles, but simply by reason of the bad namo given it by the Conservative journals and politicians. Their object has been to keep the principles of our party in the fog o...

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. — 18 August 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. 18, 1871. colonel iiAiti)i:i:s>i \v dim ovi itn s. Pursuant to a notice given a number of gentlemen met at the oflice of the Florida Land Agency, on the 18th of July, for the purpose of listening to Colonel Lucius A. Hardee in regard to the discoveries he claimed to have made recently, for the an nihilation of obnoxious anil troublesome iii .. is and also of poisonous and ma Colonel Hardee was then called upon to explain the object of the meeting, and "( jENTLEMEN,—You are here by my re quest to investigate one of the most re markable discoveries of the age. I claim to have utilized concussion in the perfect an nihilation of the horticulturist pest known as Curculio. My attention, early last spring, was called to the fact that in the vi cinity of the new railroad, which runs imme diately through my orchard, that the Cur culio was being driven to tho ex treme end of my orchard. It is well known to all Pomologist that this enemy does its work at night.» Tho car...

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. — 18 August 1871

rOST OFFICE OF Till': UNITED STATE* OF AMEKK A AMITIIE «. 1 \ I X \ I POST OFFICE OF THK I'Mll II KIV.I.OM OF OREAT BRITAIN Wis lUfcLANO. The General Post Office of tho United States of Amerien and tin* Genera! Post Oflice of the United Kingdom of Great Britain ami treltUid, ht'inir desirous of establishing ah eschaßge ol money orders l.'ivw.i the two countries, the un dersigned, duly authorized far thatpurpose,have i agreed upon the follow.up articles I ARTICLE t. There shall he a regular exclutnge of money or ders between the two countries. The maximum of each order is fixed at ten pounds sterling,when keened la the United Kingdom of Ore at Britain and Ireland, and, when issued in the United : States, at fifty dollars in the national paper cur rency of tho latter country. ARTICLE 11. The British Post. Oflice shall have power to fix I the rates of commission on all money orders is sued in the United Kingdom ; and the United States Post Olllee shall have the same power in regard to ...

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. — 19 August 1871

fettiua _§....* ftfimuii PtmLISHKD DAILY (Sundays Excepted) At No. DISH Main Street, Richmond, Vn. The JOURNAL is delivered to subscribi-is in the city at Fiftees Cksts per Weer, payable to the carriers—Three Ckxts \wr single copy. Price hib M-i.ii.ti- Three months 41 TO; six months $3 no; one year ♦. 00. Tlie .VI...KLY JOURNAL will be mailed to subscribers six in,mills for7.celits ; one yenrfl lift. toning _-*tu.c $<nmu.t A !>l I TKAGI(_END. ' The (lose or n Turbulent ami vinculum-) t'nreer—The Killinii of .onh s. Alexander hy (1. VI. Hibler-- \ Crimson Illii—ration of Social and Political Life in Kentucky. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Connnerciril.j Paris, Ihntrbon County, Kg., August 11. —Monday, tlie 7th inst., was a day of extraordinary excitement in this place. The election had aroused unusual interest, and the feeling was so high and embittered that men went armed with shot-guns to the polls, and at one time during the afternoon a general conflict between the two p...

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. — 19 August 1871

j* o, 912 MA,!I SIKBFT. Hl<l.M*..M., yiKQIKU oi.i_i._l Paper Top thi* tiovemineii.. SATURDAY EVENING. AUG. 19,18T1. SPEAKIOII HLMM'S SpKIXH AT SAKA TOttA. I_flpk of space prevents, us transferring to our columns, entire, this clear, eloquent, temperate review of tlie political situation ; and we are reluctantly compelled to lay be foro our readers a few extracts only, asm taining fucts which challenge the admira tion of all who love pence and country above discord and section : KATfOXAI KINASfK AND T..M.W..NV BILE C05T11.-f.TED. And yet, at the very ontect, gentlemen,*! fee compelled to nay that", here never itemed tome to be a tin... in our history jr_______ then' wan (ess need of a speech, or when facts of public record :in<l patent to every one, carried with them s fully their own argument, and enforced so clear ly their own conclusion-!. The two great partic between whom the American people divide the . \ mpathy and their support must he judged, no hy their professions, bu...

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. — 19 August 1871

(Ewntttfl jgtata gamml SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 1!), 1871. i-iMi.m. I.AIIYS HYMN. '■'„.« I.ii.i: M.in of il- I!,-, i.nl. [From the New York Tribune.] One of her hymns—a favorite iv many Christian families and congregations—we .jiiotcnot only for its own sake, out because there is a story connected with it that we wish to tell: nearek lliiMir. tine sweetly solemn thought I'oines to me o'er and o'er ; I'm nearer my home to-day Than I ever have been before ; Nearer my Father's house, Where the many mansions be ; Nearer the great white throne, Nearer the crystal sea ; Nearer the bound of life, Where we lay our burdens down, Nearer leaving the cross, Nearer gaining the crown. But the waves of that silent sen Roll dark lieforo my sight, That brightly the other side Break on a shore of light. O, if my mortal feet Have almost gained the brink, If it be I am Dearer home Even to-day than I think. Father, perfect my trust, Let my spirit feel in death That her feet are firmly set On the Rock of a...

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. — 19 August 1871

SATURDAY I.VF.N.-.G, AUG. 10,1871, LOCAL MATTEUS. The Oregon IIHI Bb___MM__ —Tlie city was lull of rumors last night ami this ntoni ue_' concerning a dilliculty between the Catholics ami Protestants en Oregon Hill iiver the interment ol' the remains of Mar tin Shine, whose unfortunate _____ by drowning was chronicled in tins paper. The wife of the deceased, who is a Pro testant, stated to her fiiends that her hus band while alive had expressed a desire tc be buried with the rites of her church. Ma thereupon arranged to have his Itinera! preached at the Oregon Hill Metbod-t. church yesterday morning. On the other hand, friends and acquaintances of the de ceased declared that he had lived in the Catholic faith, and they believed if he had been able to communicate his dying wishes to them, would have requested to be buried in the Catholic church. A party of about a dozen of these friends went to the house of the tleceased Thursday evening, and rt uionstriited with Mrs. Shine against ca...

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. — 21 August 1871

(fvmtttfl £tatt gmmml PUBLISHED HAIIA" (Sundays ExoepUd) At No. Ol'iX -loin Slrri-I, Ili<-l.Hinnd, Va. The WEEKLY 'AL, Will 1,.' mr.il.-'l 'f> 7-,-,-u! . one J__tft" —V gftttraal. (!"VCitiiUi Otitic I From 111,- \Va--iii_.t<i» I'lironi.l,'.. THE SOCIAL REVOLUTION. A WORK OF The Sub-Strata Unvailed. COOD WILL TO WOMEN. HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS. TS~o_ <;i_Hi-i_.v-ln_l _T-ii»t.-.e, gether concerning the wants, IheHuH'crings, j and the evils of onr lime, and to devise practical measures for relieving them, de cided upon a campaign _____ required more I fearlessness to plan and nerve to execute than men have ever ilared to show upon tliis great moral question. They deter- | mined to Vi__*> personally the leading mis- < tresses of the houses of ill-fame in Wash- I mgtoii, and asking for their advice and co operation in regard to tlie host manner of protecting their interests, legally, financial ly, socially, and morally. 1< ully convinced that justice never had been done...

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. — 21 August 1871

dtttt.ttfl £tate £<r.ttital F.D.V.RI. DANIFI,-. E_ltor nnd _>niur (TO. MSi MAIX STRBKT, RItBMOHD, T_Wt_l nili, .al Paper for the <_~,>ri,ii,r,,t. MONDAY EVENING, Aid. 11, lsn OFFICIAL CALL FOR A STATU CONVIO TION. Koomi Kiri-fiui, ~>- Statk CK.vru.u. Committee 1 Or the BErnii.ie*,- Pauti op Viriimi, [ Richmond. August lit, IS7I. ; P A, Me I'„tVi-A tf Virginia : At a meeting of the Committee, held in tills city on the Isth instant, it was— Kesolre.l, That Ihe Republican voter* of Vir ginia be assembled in delegated Convention, in the city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the a7tl, .lay of September, nt la o'clock M. And il was further ordered, that the Convention consist of ' ~ne hundred aud thirty-eight members, lo lie ni> -1 Hu-tioned among the "counties, according to the' apportionment of Ihe House of Delegates of the New Constitution. The delegate, iv every in stance, must be .-, resident of the Legislative Dis trict which he claims to represent. This rule is also app...

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. — 21 August 1871

-ftatc jffwraat. MONDAY EVENING, Al <;. SI, I*7l. do>ii;vh< . A nood way to make Hal irons smooth is to rub them with clean lard ami wipe dry. One pint of linseed oil, ono wine glass of nl.-ohol, well mixed together, and applied with a linen i-itg, makes a good furniture polish. l-'or fruit stains on napkins, table-cloths, Ac., pour hot water on the spots—rub in hartshorn or oxalic acid devolved in water. It is saiil that keroseiS' applied by un-ritis of a moistened cloth to stoves will effectual ly keep tlieni from rusting during the sum mer. If you wish (o exterminate llie oock roai-hes in your house, sprinkle a little borax around the places they usually haunt, and they will vanish like a charm. ISorax is also the best remedy fiir cleaning tin- hair known in chemistr)*. To wash flannel never rub soap upon it. Make a suds by dissolving the soap in warm water. Rinse in warm water ; very cold or hot water will shrink flannel. Shake them out several minutes before hanging 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. — 21 August 1871

Evening $\w\t Journal. a^r?z^z ""■;':; MONDAY EVENING. Alti. 21, J. 871. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. I >ESTRtTCTiVEFI RES! i\ri_.v YOHK IVKMH! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! Parliament 1 noun it STiMMtOiT i:\n_oKio > : PITTSTON COAL MINE DISASTER! The We»t__leld DisuHter I TERRIFIC GALE IN GEORGIA! NO CHOLERA IN NEW YORK! MORTALITY IN PARIS ! PROM WASHINGTON I •Sec* &cc. &o. From liondoit. London, August 21.—Parliament has been prorogued to November 7th by royal commission. The relations with foreign powers are friendly, and the hope is ex pressed for the continued tranquility to fast. The speech was mostly devoted to local alli-irs and dwells satisfactorily upon the treaty of Washington. l-'oreimi Miscellany. It is feared that the potato blight is entirely destroying the crop in Ireland. IJueen Victoria is ill at Balmoral. The Russian tleet, with the (Jrand IJitke Alexis, left Cronstndt yesterday for New York. Vler.r.liu In I'nris. / 'arts, A ugust 20.—There were 828 deaths in Paris d...

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