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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 November 1871

tSRIB DAILY, kKMI '.VKKKLY AMi VKKULY, At No. !>WM .Vlalu Street. RlrksaesHl, Vn. 1 IP. DAILY—N per year: 1 iis.+;i; three months, *i..'iti: I month, SO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—W.'.« per year; six months. ♦ 1 %"> ; three months, 7*'» cents. per year; six months, 7*.cenis WVWfSEKt.Yitn,! SKM WEEKLY JOURSAt Cltiba ut fxtremtly tow rat, IIAItPEItK VVKSKLI. Harper's Weekly comes to US with the im mutable pictures of Nast representing the final overthrow of Tammany, reminding us of scenes in Milton's I'ardise Lost. Ifmprr's adds to great resources in illus tration, the noble aims and patriotic pur poso which consecrates power to tho sacred uses of human progress and Christain civ ilization. It deserves its great popularity. As an instrumentality in elevating and pu rifying the tone of public thought upon all questions, it is second to none in the land. Every Sataritay is about to relinquish its character as an illustrated paper and re sume its original position as a "journal of choice r...

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 November 1871

i_ .f iiaff*-^ rriti-imoo IVU.Y, SEMI-WEEKt.Y; AND WEEKLY, AT to HIM Mais Strut, rinißvosn. Virhisia. <iiW/tHI> MsMSsUsV MM >.!■' MHeMMt. Isasj \ i-.ir |fl m'j Three mcnths.... IM) ill months *l OU I Onii inoiuh Mi MEMI-WEEKLY. fIMOIB KVKKT TT7MDAT AVD PRIIIAT.] lie ypar. $'- f><> 1 Three month:- T.i .ix months I 2o | One month - weekly. tISSI'SD KVI.IIV W riDVBSBIT.] ii.v yi'iu *1 601 Six months 7.1 t'l.T'B h.vtksi'di! si;mi-\vkkkl.Y: ih„ 1...i 81* Mfntht. 77ii-if .' 3 copiss....fll 00 *J 50 »: 74 111 copies.... 10 IXI 1(1 I'd ll HI .11 copies :lo U0 17 Ml 8 7.1 Ml copies..., 7.". 00 87 .'ill 18 73 •afSiiccimen copies ol each Million ssM tt» -ATI KDA. KViONINC., NOV. IS, I*7l. ■■aaMAMBSStSSSMMM^BM The mayor of Norfolk, yesterday, liis proclamation probibiting the colored people of flint cily from holding a public meeting, a>r the purpose of giving expres sion to their views relative to the murder nf Policeman Wilson, of I'ortsmoitth. The Norfolk Virginian mw en...

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 November 1871

(£i?ttkuig § \'H RDAY FA'KNINC, NOV. 18, ls7l , ....'ill, . ' : - i oi i'->|M.ndence of the New York Tun m.] CORNELL LNIVKHSIT\. We take great pleasure iv making the following extended extract from a letter ii the New York Tim • describing n visit Ii this noble university: Having observed these features nl ih place, I looked around for some stiiiien who could inform me as to the progros made in the specialty of Cornell—the sell l supporting part of the system. The stu dents were mostly down town, as it waa Saturday, and there were no classes. Bu 1 was soon directed to Cascadilla Place, a a line square stono structure built by Mr Cornell for the accommodation of profes sors and students, and situated half-way between Ithaca and the college, below the romantic gorge, to which the somewha affected Spanish term of Cascadilla has been applied. 1 rambled through its corri- j dors in a somewhat forlorn condition, not finding any one who worked on the farm, but heartily admiring the sens...

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 November 1871

SAXI Kl>A\ I'.VKMNii, NOV. IS, W7l. MUM Men "aid hi vr: )i is All i« well' In out* wild i: It'll . !■>:! shrines or pra-i FUiclinnrUi ol ki-ih Before ill.- Bnrr hurricane. On three-acore aplrea had annael Boone, Where .;lia- My anhi i .- looked oil Hen el'isped i :i' h hilht > hands, :u:.i -.:.! , The City ....... Weal. Is dead' llravehearts \-.lio ioi!.;in. in rtuvi pei <-i r lhe fieniN ol lire from siivei lo Tnroed, powi rle . to lhe blinding glare, Th* dumh deflonceol ii. ipeh-, A aiidden Impulae iiiv.ii.ii each That signnl'-.l roun.l Hint si-n bf lin- Swift wordaof cheer, Warm*lfeearl Ihrebei-ainn ; , lit tears o! ]iity died tti-» il:i: ;'■ i l-'rom K;tsi, ffom Weat, linni Sonili, :imi Nortlt ; The xneaaagas of tiopeahoi forth, \ml. MUleriieath the aevering wave, The-world, |i:ll-h,'itidi'il. reached toaaee, Fair teemed the old, imi fairer aim The the dreary void ahall fill, Willi dealer hotnps Lhun those oorthroWn, l-'or love elinll lay each corner-stone niac, stric...

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. — 20 November 1871

financial a*d comMMtAi^*- DAII.T State .loiißNAi, Orrlcl, * RlcHM.isn, Nov. in, 1871. J We quoto first-class paper at s to In per cent, per annum. Richmond cily bonds are held atsoeenta. Virginia Sin ie .< locks dull. Tbcte,. an active demand tor first-class ralirefld seeani. ties. Ittclimond lirain MurUci. ClOltJf AND Ff.orn KXCHA.VtIB, t Riciimoni), Nov. in, 1871. y Offerings. W'ueat—White, 71IJ bushels. Red. Tsii do. Cors—White, SOSB bushels. Miveil, JJ| do Oats—liSO bushels. Rve—4(l bushels. Meai 108 bushels. Suii'STl'EF—ll(l bushels. Snh-s. Wheat—White, 500 bushels at 11.(7 for prime; tsl.fJZcrT'aai.en for very good : *1./ir«f(*l.(iO for good ; ♦ 1./ HI for fair. Red, 7L"J at bushels »1.03 for prime: tn.ifUHe\.iTA for very Rood; *l.fi.v» lor good: if 1.511 for fair; *1.23tg5l 10 for common. Coair—White, mis bushels at 71072 c for prime new ; 70c for very new; 67, 68(8 830 lor good new; OS, CHI/iitiac for common new. lYli\-ed, li' bushels at 7(k' for very good new. Oat* —GBO ...

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. — 20 November 1871

Of the Norfolk affair, the Dispatch says: We did not understand the Mayor as forbid ding the holding of such a meeting. We do not concede that he had the right to do so. We have denounced General Sheridan for his conduct in ( 'hicago : and we are not inclined to justify even a civil magistrate in Interfering with ma right of the people peaceably to assemble lor the purpose of consulting with one another upon any subject. Hut we are carious to know why lhe Stats Jot'R s.u should take siii-h high ground in the Norfolk case, and yet have no word of censure for Sheri dan, who trampled the constitution and laws of Sois under foot, and adopted measures which lti»d in the killing ot one of the most respve ; citizens of Uhicogo. We will gratify the curiosity of the Dis patch by stating that Chicago is a long way off, and out of our immediate bailwick at this time. There were some extraordinary circumstances in tho Chicago case, aud the facts are not yst clear. It has been charged that Gover...

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. — 20 November 1871

tfrentntj #tatr |mmtat. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 20, 1871. | r .JUU. I ■j. _. ■ ' Tlip Oi-.-nt Rfml Tunnrl. From (ho nii-n'-.[io!iiUiii'r of tho Kich- I inonU Dispatch we extract the following j iiilcrosting aiii'onnl of the Cu'out Hcnd Tun- I nel on tho C'hosa|ioako and Ohio laiiioad : t Tho (iroat.lSend Mountain, in Summer! rounly, thirl v-.sovi-ii null - wi-sl of the j White Sulphur Springs, is n spin' of the Alleghanies, lying duo north and south, j and rising prooipilously nearly live hundred \ leet from the banks of the (ireenlirier river, i which washes its eastern base as it Hows j onward to join the New River, ten miles below. Mr. Charles Xordholf, of the New- York Tribune, forgot the geography of the country when he placed this mountain on the New river, notwithstanding he had just passed over the road in company with its chief owners. The tunnel is to be iv B Straight line, runniQg east and west, and is G,4()0 feet in j length, being the longest in Virginia, and j the longest...

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. — 20 November 1871

HVtm% £tatc gfturiuil MONDAY K\ I.MMi, NOV. 20, I*7l. | nENEisAi. itm —Chicago is the p»nuli»c of mgn-paint- ■ •rs. —Charleston is rejoicing in "a sharp Vost," Rini the omispi-nipnt dispiipearanceof < the yellow aWer. —A graml fair, in aid ot tli<' Society for the Prevention or Crjelty lo Animals, will ' -liortly be held in Boston. had its lirsl snow storm on Monday. Down Fast then' were Mb et snow more than a fortnight since. —The total losses of insurance compa nies liv the Chicago tire are estimated at f9J,8t1,U2. The loss of life by (hfi&N will probably not exceed '2011. This allows for seventy being yet in tlie ruins. —The Democratic party is in tho most pitiable strait, lis one grand "new depar ture" having dismally failed, every Demo crat is now proposing another new one on bin own hook. The leading organ in the West wants the party to make no Presi dential nomination. The leading organ at Washington proposes that it shall nominate Senator Sumner ! The leading organ...

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 November 1871

THE CHAM) HIKE .tLE\|s. The young son of the Ciesars has touched our republican shores! In the person of the third son of its Emperor the people of the "coming race" on one side of the globe send friendly greeting to the "coming race" whoso influence extends over the other side. The descendant of Peter the Great who becomes tho guest of the great Repub lic, is a young Prince of the sovereign race whose claim to direct descent from the con quering Ciusara of Ttaly and the East has been affirmed by historians and poets of the great Sclavonian land, whose iron sway over 8,000,000 square miles of the earth's surface and 80,000,000 of human beings has been uninterrupted during the changes of ten hundred years. The Romanoff's family history, dark and sanguinary in past volumes, brightens into the milder records of culture and peace before it reaches the dates of the lives of Alexander and his handsome sons. Feuds in the royal house holds, where silent death by swift and sure | cruelty enf...

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 November 1871

1.-HIH UA\ AND WEEKLY, AT it, Richmond, Yieoinia. | , Editar and Manaser. j | Three months 1 W) I One month W | IE I" KEY. EsllAY AND I KM,AT.] I Three monthe 75 I One month 2b EKLY. IT WEDNESDAY.] | Six months 78 Hi SEMI-WEEKLY: «* Months. Three. Months. I 9'i Ml ii 7.'. Hi wi b no 17 Ml 8 7<i 37 N 18 75 of each edition sent free. NG, NOV. 21, 1871. INVITATION. c United Stales have at ; ilation to attend the ?ast of IS":*. Many of piously anticipating the j have been greatly agi- Ihal, Democracy would to "give the poor dog a j tlemen are at, last re tv, by the iletennined I Totk World, which, > given up all hopes of a j in 1572, and openly and : coalition with Hepubli- | 'resident (Irant may be ' once enjoyed a treat of , for awhile joined in the ' the beauties of De- : bert 0. Walker led the rchased tickets, passed ;eeper, and after being ; magnificent parlors of! ," were permitted to in- i story ceremonies, during ] uck up the favorite air : ' At the close of this | were po...

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 November 1871

fwttittfl £tate -journalj: II I.SDAY EVENING, NOV. 21, 1871. j lIIDRESSKS OF HON. WM. M. EVAKTS I ! AMI si til F.I. J. I'll.lil-:%. j At the Young Men's Reform meeting, in New York, Saturday evening, the senti ments were expressed by two distinguished | men that ought to be accepted by all par-, i lies who desire to see the country prosper: ' ADDRESS UF HON. WM. M. KVARTS. Mil. PKBStDENT This is a meeting of congratulation, and rightly so. Ifit is per mitted to a city to be joyful through all its ' streets and all its homes when it has es caped a pestilence, then we may be per mitted to be joyful in the city of New York, since the last election. [Applause.] If it is to be permitted to a city to rejoice on its deliverance from famine when that terror has passed away, and it is again supplied with wholesome food, we have a right to be joyful since the last election. And if it is | permitted to a city to illuminate itself, and fill its streets with shouts -when war has yielded to the p...

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 November 1871

Ml KSDAi KVKNJNti. N"V. ai. 1871. THE LEGEND BTXAtmrTL. In his cuaailH . all alone, •mi eUng on ifn- floor ol 11 Prayed the Monk in deep contrition For hi* sins of Indecision— i for greater sslf-dcnlal valuation and in trial: [1 was eoooday by the dial, And the Monk was all alone. Pnddenly, as if it lightened. V.i unwonted splendor brightened \ll within him aud without bim In that narrow cell of stone ; .And he saw the Blessed Vision s if our Lord, with light Elysian. Like a vesture wrapped about him. Like a garment round him thrown. Not as orucifled and slain, Not in agonies of pain, \.<t with bleeding liami- and feet. Did the Honk bis Master see ; Hut as in the village street, In the house or harvest field. Halt and lame and blind he healed. AVhen he walked In Galilee. Iv nn attitude imploring, Hands upon hi- In.-..in crossed, Wondering, Worshipping, adoring, Knelt the Monk iv rapture lost, Lordj he thought, 10 Heaven that reiguost, Who am I, that tun - thou deign**t To reveal ...

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. — 22 November 1871

(LMtag £tate fouvnal -_ . If reply to the allusion of the Enquirer lis morning to the "carpet-baggers," copy the following bit of history of t from the libera! Citizen, which we mend to its attention : ORTANT SCRAPS FROM HISTORY— HE ORIGINAL "CARPET-IiAIJUEIi" re have heard much and read much, wjthin the last three years, about "carpet baggers," "the Northern scum," the 9,unt and cadaverous Yankee," and the oated and besotted German," and we c taken a deep interest in the matter, and made a careful investigation in order to ascertain to a certainly, at what time, and from wliat country, and from what cause this remarkable personage originated, and why it is that "The Southern gentlemen (?) I elevated in his instincts, and honored in his lineage, looks with inexpressible contempt I on tlie New England worshipper of the al- j mighty dollar, and Uie pestiferous German scum, which pollutes our land."—FKxtract ' !rgian Democratic paper.] Idwin, ox-C.ov. Smith, R. T. ; Jevery Democratic e...

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. — 22 November 1871

rrai.ißHßß duly, semi-weekly; and weekly, AT ITo. 912 X Mai» Stbbet, Richmond, Vibiiibia. KDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnd Manaaer. TERMS: DAILY. One year *ti tie I Three months 1 80 Six months *3 no I One mouth HI SEMI-WEEKLY. [taaran evert Tuesday axd iridat.] One year ft 501 Three months 78 tjixinontba 1 26 | One month 28 WEEKLY. [taarED every wrdkbsdat.] One year tl 80 | sir months 76 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY i One Year. Six Months. Three Months. ;« «opies....*ll oil to 60 fkj 7.1 111 copies 21)0(1 10 00 8 (Xl »0 copies 85 110 17 .'AI 8 76 DO copies.... 7*oo 37 60 18 76 ••"Specimen copies of each edition sent free. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, NOV. 22, 1871. DEMOCRATIC cII.IMI STACKERS. The present condition of the Democratic party reminds us more of a horse suffering from blind staggers than anything else we can think of. Equally helpless to perform any service, and unwilling to lie still, it alternately knocks its head against the solid pavement of facts, and strikes blindly any who come with...

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. — 22 November 1871

tfLOWINU MACHINES. The True Aim or Steam Culture. T.'Jhe Editors of Hie Ece.iing Pail The report of the Department of Agricul ture for 1869 devotes twenty pages to steam plowing. Of these seven are given to Mm English, and, so far, the only successful system of steam culture. The department writer then relates how the American steam plowing-machines have all failed. The writer recounts these failures, and then proceeds to give his idea of what a steam plow should be and do. With most refreshing American go ahcad-at-any-onst energy, he informs us that tho coming steam plowing-engine must run over the field like a horse, be able to frisk about the farm like an animat ed elephant, and be ready at any time to race over the prairie at a jolly pace, with a dozen steel plows tearing up the ground at its heels. To quote from somebody who probably never saw a steam plow, it must " get up and go" like the iron horse that it is. It must smell the battle afar off, and shout I la! Ha! among the ...

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. — 22 November 1871

oiMttinn gouvual . WKDNKSDAV KVE'Q, NOV. 22, 187 J. DRIFTIMi. | iiv aaina t aajcaatrt. \\v :irn out toffetbrr on Llft'a iweal aea, Hut 11 lnuigi v pain la hard in my heart, 1 For I know, M>lor< d, I ItnoW it must be, Wa ar. drifUnf fortnar aad farther apart. 0 ' I clacup my ores, and l itrtv. to ataj Tlie oiuwanl sweep or niv fragile bark, 1 Hut Uie tide i-> hicli, and 1 float away i Over the billow;"—into ilie ilark! ! ( li it an hour, or la It a yetir. Siuee uuiler tit. hesven of -ttirs we stooil T Anil yonwhlayered : "Thotafb it may not beelear To/oor faith, my Isabel, Clod la good!" Is it an hour, or is it a yetir The word* tell slow from your quivering lips, And 1 mai vele.l much if you knew I was near The terrible gloom of liie soul's eolipa.' 1 caU to you now ! Have you wtUapsrlnca bland, And aoothiagMl balm for tins hope's decay ? Would you dare lo say thai mir Father's hand Is bearing my bark from juur own away ' Nay, nay! 'tis only the pitiless winds Dropt out of ...

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. — 23 November 1871

OPEN DECLARATION OF WAR UPON COLORED LABOR. Wo publish, as a matter of curiosity, and, in direct antagonism to a number of the ablest Democratic papers in the Slate, who have, since the election, advocated "fair dealing" towards the colored people, the following article from 'the Charlottes ville Intelligencer. In this article the most uncharitable feature it contains is the advo cacy of employing white and refusing to Mloy colored labor, because "his vote is for and not against us" ; which, in plainer terms, means no man should be em ployed by another unless he votes to suit the notion of the employer. Theargjments of the Tntfllifffntrr againtlc the employment of colored labor answer themselves by their own folly. The con dition of the race, their failare to pay taxes, Ac, may be traced to the Democratic in stitution of slavery. 'Tis no fault of the black man that he is ignorant or unable to pay taxes. He has had to provide himself and family with a shelter, while white men, alread...

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. — 23 November 1871

Pri.I.IHBBB DVII.V. SEMI WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, AT Ho. 9Xi\ Main Stbeet, Ricbbond, Yibuinia. KOWARD DANIELS, Editor and Vlmiaarr. TERMS: DAILY. One year *(! or ] Three months.... 1 .10 Sir months *8 OU | One mouth Ml SEMI-WEEKLY. [laatTßD BVEBT TCBsnAT and fbidat.] On. year 92 Ml Three months in Six montlia 1 2b \ One month 26 WEEKLY. [isacßD evbbt wednbsdat.] One year *1 no | slit months TS CLUB RATES FOR SEMI WEEKLY : OiM Year. Six Months. Three Months, 'tx copiee....*ll oe *6 NX »_■ 78 lv copies.... 20 oc) 10 00 6 (10 *) eopiea a.'i (111 17 60 8 7(S 80 copies... 73 00 87 60 18 76 copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 23, 1871. THE ACiRII X'LTI It AL A.\D MEC II AMI AL COLLEGE SCRIP. The [.legislature will soon convene and we trust with an earnest determination to make the short session, to which it is limited, busy and fruitful with good works. Prominent among the important business which will come before it, is the matter of disposing of the I>and Scrip by 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. — 23 November 1871

THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 23, 1871. THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FARMER'S «XUB. New York, Tuesday, Novembar 14. Notwithstanding the fact that it rained and the winds were never weary there was a good attendance at this session, more of the practical element being present than for some weeks past. E*Alderman Ely pre sided, and Secretary Chambers, relieved from his arduous duties at the Rink in con sequence of the closing of the fair, was once more in his place. MARKF.T-GARDENINd IN TIIK TiLI'K GHASS COVNTKY. E. Thompson wrote that he has licen gardening near Ixmisvillo for thirty-six years, commencing on eight acres of rented land with a capital of S.'IOO : and he gare the following statistics regarding the pre sent status and prospects of the business : I now own and cultivate 130 acres. My aales per annum for tlie lost five years have averaged over *1 1,000. My expenses are about $1,000 <a year for labor, $2,000 for manure, and other ex pense. $1,000, making a total of $7,500 a year. I g...

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. — 23 November 1871

THUESDAI BVENISQ, NOV. 83, Mil. UMUNG o\ rm: sly. 1 vi' thought the matter over. Ami carta. 1 ilnnk i- .li**. There arc vi'iv tew, it e*»T things, miii h nr».le* than a kisa. Ea-Krtally when patent CM- watchful ii™ are nigh, What can be any sweeter Than kissing; cm the sly Some love to walk by luuoulight, Some un tlie lake to elide, And some to hold th" ribbons With dear ones by their side but I know what i* better, Ah, yes indeed do I ! To allot these, what I prefer. la kissing on the sly. A maid may look denuu,-, As though she didn't know Of such ■ thing as kissing, Or think of doing so . I if course all this is proper When anvtalv's by. But—watcii your opportunity— And kiss her on the sly ! Drmorracic Intelligence Office. Since tho late elections tlie Democratic managers have been suffering from tliat malady Which, when it affects horses, is known as "llio blind staggers." Such grouping about in titter darkness, grasping after shadows, stumbling over rocks and butting against sto...

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