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

' -———■-■ rUBLIBHKiI DAI_,Y-(Baniiayi Excepted BT B. W. GI-r-rIR. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Uli*;, Blttltt Street) Klchmonil, v« The JOURNAL I* terred by tbe carrier* lot"i alt atcrlber* In th* Olty nt Kir ir Otura r*» Momn. single coplo* In wrapper* Thru C*itt«. Paic* for Mmu-_.— Three months tl T6; alx m .ntln $3 00; on* rear to 00 Th* WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to anl •ortbera time numtht for seventy-fir* orntflj sf* month*, fl 00; one -ear, $2 00. a!»ii:.nkmi-:nts. BALL, .^t -lira BT THS -JSCK RICHMOND FIRE DEPARTMENT, <!_?? | |Tlte proceedl to la devoted to the erection of a monument to our late Chief Engineer. WILLIAM A. CHARTERS, at "ASSEMBLY If ALL," WEDNESDAY, EVENING, FEBRUARY 16th, Wl. Tickets admitting gentleman aud ladle*, $1.0(1. Oomhittii of Amukgiimi-t.,.—Chief Engineer George A. Ainslie ; Company A—Captain M. T. Phillipa, pilratet Charlea Clinely, Otcar l'liilllpa, M. 11. McCarthey ; Company B—Captain P. H. Harndon, privates John A. Muaann, J. H. Redwaod, Isaa...

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 February 1871

drawing $UU §<nmuil U. W Oil.tail KfIITOR AKD I-a.H _o 'J DU l-Rlit Htr**t, lllc-mo-d, V» _ _= ■ Onelsl Paper Tor the Uovernraent. FRIDAY EVENING, FKli. 10, 1871. THM tiOI.KKN OPl'OlinXllV. Our Virginia papers teen, with article;, upon ilir merits ami demerits of the prn p,r.-.ition to build or consolidate an all-mil line from tlie city of Richmond to Phila delphia, with connections running to other points South. ThvjffN ami "'"■< arc ■*-" ens-el wilh great warmth hy the cham pions ~n tlie respective sides, while tl.e real issue is almost utterly forgotten, or hidden from view in the smoke of the cou liiit. To suppose for a moment that any city or .section of country could possibly suiier by tho passage of a railroad through it, no matter under what system it may ho operated, or whose interest it, may bo intended tn subserve, is a proposition too absurd to admit of serious consideration. The history of tho most nourishing, populous, and wealthy sections of tbe United States, 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. — 10 February 1871

INO, FKB. 10, 1871. _ Morning Press at length hit upon a ad conflict. It calls it >y reviving mrraoiita i bringing promii.ontly f tho Stato the name of ,lvatiia Regiment, to itics, nnd turn tho St..l;' to account in defeating Alexandria and Kich npe, however, it may ,o call out tho Black opel' tho Bucktails, or will lead to another i which the Keystone j ed as for her "Back- I aking of the action iv I ates yesterday on the I ses tho friends of tlio I calls Bucktails, of a I and decency. It says I nt these adventurers I " that they do nut | I, but merely to force I 1 out to them. Well, ay railroad company I make ;" and as for I icltsburg one-horse I ut, —if that company Iroad, they ought to I up altogether. The I leople havo not torn I The entire people I ivor of the uew com- I it is not popular. I ightencd from their i all-rail line to tho I ; of any quantity of I i. Buckuil is good. I ichiog us that Wind. I call the Alexandria I ie "Bucktail" enter* idol's tlio "Bib-tail" i old ...

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 February 1871

A ]'..■ .:.iah's Bank Account.—EliMbttb Hurley, a miserable Irish woman, ogt 66, has occupied for some timo past an npart lin'iit on an upper floor of the tenement Is*.. v- Mulberry street. The room is seare-ly six feet square, ami contained little. lK'siJe a stove, a broken chair or two, iiihl a bundle of rugs in one comer, which served as a bed for the occupant. Mrs. Hurley haa been engaged for several years past in begging or rag-picking, and was supposed to be miserably poor. She did nut make her appearance yesterday, and some ol the inmates of tho adjoining apartments finally burst open Ihe door of her mom, where she was found lying dead j mi hpr pallet. An examination of ber I effect* disclosed two savings bank books, .outlining credits amounting to about f2,000. Seventy dollars additional was found on her person. The coroner will hold tho books and money to await the ap pearance of Mrs. Hurley's heirs.— New Turk Tribune. *•*——. ■ Tardy Ji'sthk.—The Norfolk Day Hook, formerly ...

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 February 1871

POBLIBHKI) DAILY—(B-ndnyi Excepted IT It. W. UI_.~tIB» EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At -I»J_ Mai*. _--••», Richmond, Vn The JOURNAL Ii served by the carriers tot'i ell ..crlberi in the City *t Fir-v Oiß-s pir Moh-h. Single copies la wrapper* Thru Cm--. Pries for Mailino. — Three month* $1 76; *ix months $3 00; one year .6 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to *_t> scribers three month* for seventy-five cents; all months,"'! 00; one year, $2 00. AMtISBMI-STS. pRAHD MAECIUE-RADII 11H.1.. or TH* GESANGVERKTN VIRGINIA, ON MONDAY, THK 20TII OF FEBRUARY, 1871, AT ASSKMniaY ___-_-) Eighth atroot, between Grace and Franklin streets. Preparations have been made to mako this the grandest affair of th* season. Tickets to be had through th* recommendation of the members ot the society, by Messrs. A. Botielur, No. 1538 Main atroot: B. Helnrich, No. 908 Main •treet; John F. Kohler, No. 715 Broad street ;H. Weniel, No. 419 Broad street—the Commltteo of Ar rangements, fell—St —11,18,20 A OADEMY OF M...

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 February 1871

8. iv (ill.i.ii Birrsa_nr-onr-jp* I ■ n • •*>., al-lu Mlr-.t, t.lvl.inomi. >a I Official Paper Tor the government. SATURDAY KYENINQ-, FKR. 11, 1371. \ POHTHH REsHOI'TOF THE RE FUULICAN PARTY. We protest, in tho strongest terms, agaiust tho effort made by "llelmbold's Buchu" organ, published hy Humphreys I & Co. in this city, to read our great and I good representative, Mr. Porter, out of ihe Republican party. In Ids opposition to the Stale Central Committee, on tho ques tion ol the repeal of tbo test-oath, wo have no doubt that Mr. P. was actuated by patriotic and pure motives, and was moved to oppose the Committee by au honest difl'.reneo of opinion. Under these cir cumstances, wo think it hard that he should lm taken to task in such severe terms as the following we "extract" which from thi' leading article of the*"Buchn" of the 7th iustaut: "We do not believe that white the State Central Committee exists any one else has the right to speak for tho party, anei that when t...

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 February 1871

8.-TURDAY EVENING, FEB. 11, 1871. -PIRIT OK TUB MORIH-G I'ltK•>.<•. AU the papors have a few words to say this morning about tho war between tho "Bob-tails" and tho "Bucktails,—or, as tha Norfolk Journal had it, "Botsy and the Bear." The debato in tho Legislature on granting tho charter to the Bucktail rail road yesterday was quite exciting, long and interesting, and fills tho first pago of tho Dispatch and also of the Enquirer. In the firmer it is seasoned to suit tho Bob-tail palate,—while tho latter gives the dish plain as it comes from tho hands of the cook, leaving tho public to season it for themselves. Wo can't for our life see I why all this fuss Bhould be made j over so plain and simple a pra position. Tho only question ia "Shall we or shall wo not havo .. cheap aud quick lino of communication to facilitate trade and travel between the North and tho South —between Richmond and Wash ington V The people of Virginiasay "Yes." But tho soulless corporations of McCready, Mo...

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 February 1871

J-.TURDA- r.vriX.yo, FFii',. n,iß7i. Irttrr from Petersburg-Tile United States Senator.lilp. To the Editor of the State Journal I P__«_WB--, Va., Feb. 1.0, 1871. The election of a United States Senator is a. matter which will soou engross tho attention of the people of this Stato as well ns the Legislature, being tbe most important election which has taken place one" that liberal, public-spirited aud r miprebensivc in his views and sentiments us l-tg-nk both State and Federal policy; one That will be bold and fearless in the ilitcharg- of his duties. The condition of Virgin.- is such that a mere partisan can not reach the dignity of the position, nor represent the great interests of the .Mate in this, ber hour of afH'.ction. Why do you not send over a lot of tho State Journal to be distributed e*ery evening here as in Richmond 7 Observer. KNIGHTS OP PYTHia.-. GRAND LODGE. W It. Wade, Grand Chaucollor; Llngan B. A" 6 "' Vice -rauii Chancellor ;H.O. G. Hartmnu, G. R- I andC 8; J. B. V...

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. — 13 February 1871

PUBLISHED DA._.Y-(Ss_d»yi Excepted IT a. xv. oiiiUSi EDITOR AND riIOI'RIKJOR, At Oiat. Mali. Straat, _Uchm«m_, V- The JOURNAL Is served by tho carriers tot'i elr k-crlbcrs ln the City at "i-tt Owns pie Mon-h.. Mingle copies ln wrapper;l Tire-i£i-TB. Puma fob Maiunh.-Three months $1 T6; six months ts 00; one your S6 00 -h" WKKKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub acribera three months for ■eventy-flve cent-; six months, »1 OO; one year, ti 00. ,> -lr-Mri CUNTS. BALL, *_(_V ; OIVXIt BT THE wS-KV KICHMOND FIRE DEPARTMENT, The proceeds to lie devoted to the erection of a monument to our Into Chief Engineer, WILLIAM A. CHARTERS, at "AS'EMIILY HALL." WEDNESDAY, KVENINO, "EIIRUAUY lfiTn, 1871. Tickets admitting; gontleman and ladies, $1.00. REFRESIIM KNT3 famished at city prices. No spirituous liquors allowed in the building. The co-operation of all old Firemen and citizens are generally invited. Committee op Arrasoementb.—Chief Ecgineor George A. Alnsllo ; Company A—Captain M. T. Phillips,...

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. — 13 February 1871

It VV. (ill.-IS Koitoii A-DPiion. -i. -J :i;_ Natal Street, _Uclimor.il, Va Ofletal Paper for the Government.. MONDAY EYi.NINGVfEB. 13, 1871. A PEK-ONAti EXPL-NATIOS, Mr. Porter, tho Representative in Con grCM from this Disdrict, has seen fit, in the lino of his vimliciive policy towards the Statu Jo.RHA- and its proprietor, to make a " personal explana.ion " in tlie Home, which is simply a personal attack upon Mr. (liUis. We publish on our first pnga a full report of what Mr. -roller said on that occassion, as taken from tho ciiluinns of tho Congressional Globe; and shall ptiioeed to correct somo of tho mis statements of tho Honorable member. In so wo desire it to bo distinctly under stood thatwc do not intend to hold any con troversy wilh Mr. P., or to mako any attack uprin his personal or political record, how. ever assailable either may be. In tho work of distil thin 3 tho harmony of tho Republi can organization in this Distriot by obtruJ- Ing upon tho public, private and person...

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. — 13 February 1871

I ling $Ute §*«**»*• AY EVENING, FEB. 13, 1871 P OF THB MORMIHIQ PI-KHS. Enquirer asks ita readers "How we provo tlio miatakos of tlio past,' 1 which it thus indicates : ttal mistake of Virginia—it was Itat country leisure—was that sho became to reverie and playing statesman, too inuchof Burke, and about Ureeco c. . , our lawyers were discussion at county ises abstract propositions in politics— .out Nicholas liiddleanil nullilication, a of tbe .States-our Northern neigh i building railroads and founding new Wfcile wo wero cxpoundingour rights rritorles they wero taking possession Thus thoy built up an empire or r< d wo reared an empire|of alislracftnns. r multiplied and grew rich, and wo bc province. Thus Boston became a :ity, and Norfolk a magnificent liar is Bprnng up Pittsburgh, Buffalo, i, Chicago—whilo Richmond con moring lor help. Thus Illinois be fourth Stato in tho Union, with her os of railroad, whilo "Old Virginia o" has only mine ten electoral votes, 1,500 miles of rai...

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. — 13 February 1871

MUX DAY EVENING, FEB. 13, 1871 How a Railroad Company Thought IMB (i Kami mi ok a Pass Would Prove or Usi —A letter of an unusual kind was , laid before the board of directors of the I'.r-lfast iitul Mouiiebead Lake railroad, at a recent meett-f from a minister, who pro poned to bat- Hcini-monthly services in Brook*, :u;.l ;n-kr.il that a pass over the iv:ul fulfil I'liirnliam be given him. After due consideration, the following reply was Mot by the President: " Prlkast, January 28, 1871. ' ( ' Y.ur favor of yesterday, asking for a free puss over Ihe UellaHt and Moosehoad Luke railroad, is at hand. This company is disposed to leinl all possible aid toward the advanci mint of the gospel. It recog dlkm specially tbo needs of regenerating < influences and a change of heart in the field uf your proposed labors at Brooks, which town has repudiated ils subscrip tion to this road. With tho hopo tbat . your prayers ai.d exhortations may bo effioaoioui to that end, I inclose tbe pass aske...

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 February 1871

a___—B^r___w____s____™^ $wfittg cPtxt* §msti PUBLISHED DAILV-(SBnday« Excepted It B. W. GIIa-rlßi EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR, At 01!*J_ 1_»H» St-«-t, KUtimonrl, Va The JOURNAL Is served by the carriers toth elr kscrlbors in the City at Fifty C-NTB pxr Mohth. Single copies ln wrappers Tnan CllfT-. Priiji roB Maili.-q. — Three months $1 Te; six months tn 00; one year to 00 rheWKKKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers three months for seventy-five cents; six monthp.fl 00; one year, *2 00. AMUSi-MB-NTS. [REMAIN'- BALL, ,:'il%'' OIVKH ny Tin: &SM_r RICHMOND FIRE DEPARTMENT, l£_?* Tbe proceods to bo devoted to the erection of a monument to our lato Chief Engineer, WILLIAM A. CHARTERS, at "ASSEMBLY HALL." WEDNESDAY, EVENING, FEBRUARY 15th, 1871. Tickets admitting gontlemau and ladles, $1.00. REFRESHMENTS furnished at city prices. No spirituous liquors allowed ln the building. The cooperation of all old Firemen and citizens aro generally invited. Oommitt.b or Ar.BAHo-ME"Ts.—Chief Engine...

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 February 1871

•I vv i.1i.1.l ■• l-.niTon a-d Piwir-.iiT.il. -■> .■!4!_ Main Street, l.lchinonil i* rUESDA. KVKNING, FEB. 14, W7lj SiVTIONAL JUDICATION. If the children belong to the country, why should not tho country train them up to perform intelligently tho services she has a right to require at their hands, when they arrivo at an age to labor .-li'-clively in the performance of their several duties? The country demands their services as soldiers, or seamen, mer chants, mechanics, laborers, farmers, legislators, lawyers, doctors, statesmen, public oliicers, and in every branch of industry, and in all the arts aud sciences ; and why u.t educate them that they may be qualified. Aud as tho duties of citizen ship—tho duty of fighting for tbe coun try, voting for the country, acting as jurors and conservators of the peace for the country —require the highest intelligence I ami morality, ought not tbe country to carefully provide for tho proper training and instruction of all, that each may bring...

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 February 1871

I mug £tate gflttml DAT EVENING, FEB. 14, 1871. T OP TUB MOHHI HO PREKS. Enquirer say.-, "thero can bo no ing Iho real issue involved in the -. content, now before tho Genera! ily, whon wo analyzo tho elements ing the opposition ;" and it thon s to that work, ami givos ns oacl ; inflnenco, from I'oler V. Daniel lo ft Garrett. In speaking of Ihe nd, Fredericksburg and Potomac y, tho Enquirer says: in-elfish paragon of railways, whose m suddenly wells np, when danger i Its special prerogatives, and which, c danger is passed, "returns to its vhlch would stand now as the eepo ider ofthe Stato, and "the bulwark v liberties in Virginia;" whose man uninfiuenced by sordid pelf, is claim lontrolled by -ho loftier and nobler lave Virginia harmless —oh, tell it not I publish it not in Askelon—was Wil li out its control to a monster, whose maw would swallow up all Virginia, ideration, in which the State was not rticipant, tho conspirators claiming a eason of tho special immunities grant- I ndre...

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 February 1871

TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 14, 1971. Death or a Catholic Priest.—The I.v. Teler Win-Inn, a highly esteemed md popular Catholic clergyman, died ni Savannah, Ua., on Monday last, after an niacMol wttmttA week-. Father Wm- i lan was ordained by Bishop England, of Charleston, in 183 G. His first labors were in the mission work in the States of North and South Oirolina, where belabored with eiiiiiicnt meMM. lie afterwards removed f 'Locust Grove." Warren county, Qa., ■eat of the first Catholic church estab ed in Oaorgia, over one hundred years ago. In 1854,' luring tho severejscourgo B3W fever, he moved to Savan is labors of love and mercy aro thousands who have felt tho :' his self-sacrificing spirit. ■ -•_♦— r,„-Pox Alarm in New York.— i; persons in New York di«d of Juring the week cm. ing on Sat and twenty-seven in the pre vious week. In all ninety-eight deaths in a fortnight from this terrible disease. The I-case last week has created a led alarm, aud it suggests the if prompt and thoroug...

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 February 1871

fating ffrti gSmtaTj PUBU3HKI) l>Aili--(8- nd »7. 4 Kxcopted n W. Oll.lalS. viirroi. AND PROPRIETOR, Ut 01-H JKuJ ■*___«• -U«hmo_d, V. .„ mnnNAt 1» served by tho carriersi tot. *lr I iiaVri In tho Olty at lt-TT C--T8 ria MOSTB. _Sri»ooi>l-- ,nwr »l' l>B Sl Tall " C, r,! 9 -., va, .1. I'aiPi you Mai-iko.—Three months tl 76; n* I .-..that". 0"i one year $8 00 * r,.. WKF.KLY JOURNAL will he mailed to »üb n three mouths for seventy-five otnti; Ola months, Tl 00', ono year, t'i 00. _______ AMUBBMKNTS. _. libliL-MKAT-HG AT fe j It At-SBMULY HALL, J j on Eighth street, near '>':"... Bognlar assemblies ________fc. TIII-HIiAY, THURSDAY. -^45!_W- i: _-_ and SATURDAY NIGHTS ~-. ~ . ,t s o'clock, and MON- _f*X_WS/_*999JB_y i DAY WKOSKSHAY mi.l IM-i_Hs^-=i£_^--' FRIDAY AFTERNOON.-, JME,'" *llj_c^ ADMISSION, with use *'flfe_/-—",/"*■ , ' of Skates 60 cents. Children, under 1J years of an, I 28 rents. A pacings of 12 tickets, $3 00. Ladles will only ho charged SS cents ot tho Afternoon...

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 February 1871

<sve«tttg £tate gouwal II VV GiI,LIS Elrl._*. AUD l»ltr>PEt-Ir>l» ...> ll >!!_ _ali« -tract, Klclimond, V_ WEDNESDAY ETEN'G, FEB. 18, 1871. PKTKRSBURa AOAIM TO TIIK RF.St UK. The Petersburg in-.- having hauled off, for repairs, or something else, that gallant little frigate, the Courier, moves into line with every pail set and every gun shotted. Tho first broadside was poured into the flanks of Moncure Robinson & Co., ytstef day morning. The case iB so plainly stated, and so calmly argued by the Cou rier, that we havo concluded to devoto our editorial column to its vi.ws, as the very best use we can put them to this evening. Our contemporary says : "The case seems to bo this : The Alex andria and Fredericksburg company have applied to the Legislature for the privilege of building their road directly from Alex andria to Richmond. This application is violently resisted by the Richmoud, Frede ricksburg and Potomac Railroad company. Roth parties have their friends in ...

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 February 1871

(EwMttft <jstatc journal W-TdNKSDAT EVEN'G, FEB. 15, 1«" • ■FltllT UF tIuTmORNIMG I'KKS Tho Enquirer sayß that while it will all in its power to aid Norfolk and oth Virginia cities, yet it will never conse that one shall be favored to the det ment of others. "We would not r Norfolk of any o! her trado, but w must bo allowed to demand for her sist cities tho opportunities to compete wit i her in an open and fair competitioi That is exactly where we stand. W desire to boo every town and city in Vi ginia prosper and grow in wealth and population ; and we believe that tho in troduction of foreign capital, and a good cliics of immigration will have thia effect. We believe also that Rich mond is tho heart of the State, and that its healthful condition is necessary to the health of the Stato. Furthermore, we ought not to paralizo one side of the body, that the other may be strengthened, lop off tho right arm, that the left may become more vigorous, or destroy the left eye merely that it...

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 February 1871

♦ * \j~-' ___, WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, FEU. 15, 1871 il'or theSTA.r. .101 B-.1. The \vnipplnß-Po*t. BT D. T. SMITH. Wt.»t a pictar* is ihis just revealed to our view, Which a limner from Tophet most certainly drew : For the brush of an artist who lives on the eirth, Could uerei- bave given su:-h horrors a birth ! Thoro itatds till Tile post, with Its bands aud its chains, Embracing a victim who wiithcs with tb*palns, . That a monster inflicts, who, savage and strong. Applies without nioiry the blood-l.tling throng ! The flesh and th. muscles, in spite of his groans, Are pountlod and hacked till thoy peel from thebonei; While the victim, that God In His own Image maoe, For Justice from man has meat earnestly prayed ! And around him a crowd of poor mortals we see, Who appear tn be holding a grand jubilee ; They dance and exult as the demons are said. To rovel and .bout o'er the tnar.es of the dead I A little bohind then., most calm and serene, A jnlgo oo his bench is enjoying the scene ; Hi...

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