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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 June 1872

M^WEaSfflasPk. DAILY—»6 per year: six months, *3; three aionths, $1.80; 1 month, IK) cents. WTdEKLY—#I no per year; six months, 78 cent* STEAMSHIPS PANY'S elegant eidewhee] steamship WYANOKE, Capt. Cotrcn, will sail on FRIDAY, Freight reoeived until .'! P. M Through bills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to all points—north, south, east and west. Close connections made with Ouu.'ti.l line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare »U oo Steerage 6 00 Round Trip Ticket* 20 oo For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W WYATT, Agent, No. .1 Governor street. 1.1 OK NEW YORK.--OI.D DOt_ MINION STEAMSHIP COM-Tbe*ide-whcel steamships OLD DOMINION, WYANOKE, ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NIAGARA, ALBEMARLE, and IIATTERAS, leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock P. M. Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUNDAY, at high tide. These ships are entirely new. They have elegant saloons, slate-rooms, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 June 1872

rrsi.ißHßD iiaii.v semi-wkt-iki.y ani- wi fki.Y, Ho <i. Mvi srsssT. Menem-. Vi»oi»i» KBWARB DAHCKIA Kiliwr anrl irloiiniier. TERMS i !• A I I, 1 one year M <*M TtUM months— tl so c « months *8 mi I One month W MMU-WKKKLY. I ISSUED SVEST TOFfIDAT AND FRIDAY.] One year *2 l» I Three moiuhs 78 MXtDoatr) 1 SAI One month 84 WF.KKI.Y. iIfKIFI. KVKST WKn»S«D*t.] One year *1 M I S** months 7/1 OM T n RATES FOX STMI-'WEEKT.T : Ona rear. Sir Months. Three Months. t, copies....**! on M X *2 76 10 copies -.'.ii.n moo • on 2(1 copies » OO 17 60 S 76 60 copies 7S 00 37 6tl IS 76 Specimen copies ol each edition sent free THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - 559.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 5t3 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1872. IIATIOHALRETUBLICAN TICKET. FOli PRESIDENT : ULYSSES S. GrliA-IVT, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 June 1872

FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1872. The Recent Fire In Mnrieille* Harbor—Gallant Conduct ..i American Seamen A London telegram, iv ghing the particulars of the activity of the American tleet in suppressing the recent lire among the shipping in the harbor of Marseilles, France, says : " The achievement of the United States squadron was ono of the most splendid victories of peace, it haying saved from destruction, by tho discipline, skill and intrepidity of the officers and men, a thousand merchant ships and the city of Marseilles. On the night of the fire the squadron, consisting of the Wabash, Congress, Brooklyn, Plymouth, Shenandoah, Juniata and Waclmsctt, under the command of Admiral Alden, lay in Napolcan basin, amidst innumerable merchantmen of every description and from every nation. Shortly after midnight an explosion startled the city, followed by lire and denso clouds of smoke which issued from an Italian ship, just arrived from Philadelphia, with a cargo of petroleum. The nature ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 June 1872

linOAV EVENING, JUNE 7, 1872. Three O'clock in lhe Morning Wlcii do the robins whisper about From their homes in the elms and birches ' I've tried to study the riddle out, Hot sllll in my mind is many a doubt. In ■{ate of deep research.'-. While in the world Is silence deep. In the twilight of early dawatngi They begin to chirp, and twitter,and peep, As if they were talking In their sleep, At three o'clock In the morning. Perhaps the tittle* ones stir, and complain That lt'» time to be up and doing . And the mother-bird sings a drowsy strain To coax tliem back to their dreams again. Though disiam cock* are crowing. 1 >r do they 101 l secrets that should not be heard llv mortals listening and prying? Perhaps W* might learn from some whispered word The best way to bring up a little bird— t IV the wonderful art ol I] in:;. It ma> be that tlmy speak ol one autumn day, When with many a leathered roatner, I 'uder the clonds so cold an.i gray, Over the hills they lake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 June 1872

1.A11.Y, SMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At J!*. MH .Main Street, Rirhmend, Va. TERMS: DAILY —*-8 per year; six months, 13; three nonthj*. tl.tt); 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2.f,() per year; six months, ]2rt; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—#I .6O per year; six months, 76 cents UT WEEKLY ami SEMI-WBEKLY JOURNAL PA.VY'S elegant sidewheel steam»htp NIAOARA, Capt. Wai-kbr, will sail on SUNDAY, June 9, at 4 o'clock ]\ M. Freight received until Saturday night. Through hills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to all points—north, south, eatt and west. Close connections made with Ounard line for foreign ports. Passenger aoeornmodations unsurpaand, Fa«> »12 00 •• ■■•■'age 6 00 K.'iind Trip Tickets 20 00 For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, jeß—lt No. 3 Governor street. 171 OR NE W~ YOK K.--OLU I>o--1 MINION STF.AMSHIP COMPANY. The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINION, WYANOKE, ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NIAGARA, ALBEMARLE, and HATTERAS, Ive New Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 June 1872

nrvbisvnc pAIIA syMI-WKKKI.Y Affll WEKKiT, i N' 'I' 1 ' tt*l« Utf.»i!rti«i>. Vih'Mrfi*. i:,»\\ .Ril n\Mm\ Kfttt*f nn.i Maaace* II \ I I * uneven f6ee|Tbr*« months 1164 --,t month . . . *H "n I One montii (HI •.»:»ii-\vi:i*!Kl.v. [i**t***jb t<vkrt tt'kriiat tn rßtiiAT.l (me vnr f.3 Ml I Three months 73 Six monir* 126 I One month — -5 WI'.ICKI.Y. tiHßuen bvkut wf.dttksi.*.!.] . >iih year tl CO | Six months 76 (I.Tfll KATES FOR f-VMI - WEEKLY! DM n**r, Sir .Vonlhs. Three Months. 6 copies.... til (Id N •> * 2 W lv coiiles 10 (HI 10 80 • W M conies M OB 17 BO S 71 (in copies.... 76 (Xl 87 6(1 IS 76 Si>ecim?n copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRCtINU STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB* SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - 89.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. SATURDAY KVENING...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 June 1872

SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 8,1872. IHIV JOHN H. I'ILMKIVS I.ETTEK. Richmond. June C, 1872. R.i the Editor nf the State Journal I Yon will be so kind as to publish the accompanying letter in your paper. 1 asked lite Enquirer and Whig to do so. The Enquirer "respectfully declined." The Whig "had no room for it," after filling many columns of this morning's isstio with Mc Sumner's tirade against (ieneral Grant. 1 hope the Whig antl Enquirer will not obtrude any comments on the letter, until they publish the letter itself. lam for a manly contest, and shall ask no quarter ; but expect fairness. Publish the letter, and every Conservative and Democratic paper may assail it and its farts, from now to November, and I shall "leave them alone in their glory." Respectfully, John 11. Gilmer. Richmond, Jime li, 1872. To lite Editor ofthe Richmond Wltitj : Allow me, once for all, to reply through your paper —lo the numerous letters received—enquiring, whether or not it is true, as reported in various...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 June 1872

SATURDAY EVENING, JUNES, WW. KIT r.MTySOVS RIOF. a gentleman who knows whereof he writes, having been long an intimate com* panion of the celebrated Kit Carson, semis us the following eloquent and feeling testimony to the virtues anil character ol' a man who, familiar as his name to every American, was very imperfectly known beyond the circle of daring adventurers with whom he was brought into personal contact. The substance of this article was contributed originally to the Delaware County Stpub» lican, ami appeared hi that paper on August. IS ; but, as given here, has been considerably revised ami modified by the author: It is rarely thai the license allowed to pofls has been inure thoroughly abused than in a poem by .Joaquin Miller, entitled as above, which appeared in a recent number of llaipeFs Weekly. As a rule in poetry, when the fact has been departed from, it has always been to exaggerate the virtues uf v departed hero, but never to misrepresent him by rendering his picture ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 June 1872

DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, M No. Mm Main Street, X i.•iniioii,' Va. TERMS: DAILY—♦« |>er year; six month*, tS; three .11.111 ths, ♦l.fio; l month, Bo cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.6O per year; sir months, 12/1: three months, 7.1 cents. WEEKLY—*I.w per year; six months, 7(1 cent, HXWUBHTaHSi SEMI-WKKKLY JOUXSA.L . 'hi/it at i t Iremely low rates. STEAMSHIPS lj-.on NEW YORK. UK OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM PA NY'S elegant •idewheel steamship OLD DOMINION, Capt. Hoi'rsk, will sail on TUESDAY, .Tune 11, at 6 o'clock P. M. Freight received until I P. ill. Through bills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to nil point*—north, south, east, and weft. Close connection* made with Cunard line for foreign ports. Passeng"i nccranmortatlon* unsurpassed. Fare 012 00 Steerage 6 00 Round Trip Ticket* 20 00 For freight or passage, npplv to .IOHNW. WYATT, Agent, ,je I(|_2( • No. s Governor street. IflOR NEW YORK—OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINIO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 June 1872

FrB!.I*RKI> lAU.Y. SEMI-WEEKLY ANl> WEEKLY, ST NO 41KVI *\|_l» STBSBT, 1(1, H»OVe, YIB'OSIA. 1.11U.1H11 lit MILS, _____■_> Mill >!.. e..r. TERMS: DAILY. nii(.yi..i .8 IH' 1 Three months....tl 60 q.t month**.. *.1 on I Hue month f,n BKIH-WaUOssVlr. ln«D«n svtRT irKsriT **fi> fßinsT.] Oat year ♦? Ml I Tlire** months 76 Slßnvmti 1 8". | One month 26 WKIiKI.Y. ;.-■■..-ci. BVttRT WRDNBKD&r.] nil.- **«•*. *1 Nl I Six munlhs 76 UV'M KATES FOX SEMI-WEEKLY: DM Year, air Months. Three Ifonths. 6 COple*....tll 00 *■'> 60 *2 7.1 10 copies.... 20 iio 10 00 Aim 20 OOpla* 3.1 III! I.' 60 8 76 Ml OOplM 7.1 OO .17 611 IS 76 SfMOtmauoopiMof each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE mm STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatlyreduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily-Edition - - $-2.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - BO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 June 1872

.MONDAY KVENINIi, JUNK 10, 1872. IMPORTANT LETTER FROM HON JAMES LYONS. His Petition Clearly and lioltlly Defined. Richmond, Va., June 4,1871. To Col. John S. Moshy, AVarrenton, Ya.: My Dear Colonel.—To your favor of the :lil instant I reply promptly, that I read your letter to Habcoek with pleasure, and concur entirely in the political views expressed in it. I have taken no part in politics since the war, except to give a quiet vote, when permitted, for the candidates brought forward by what has been called the Conservative party of this State, and lhe National Democratic party, but I have no hesitation in giving utterance to my opinion now, because I think that the exigency requires every man to speak out. I cannot vote for Bonce (Ireeley under any circumstances which I ran imagine as likely to occur. A few discontented Radicals, who united in the war upon the South and upon that principle of local government to which they profess to be now so much attached ; who had no words of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 10 June 1872

MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1872. GIVE IS BACK THE TAItA It we, m Mr Darwin saya, From monkeys have descended, Old Time, in changing thine?. have not As yet the matter mended Dependents of our sncestoi i lla\e no such time as they, Who had no rent Of house or t tx Of Government to pay. No tailor bills camo in—Dame Nature Clothing Ray And freak*! of fashion did not make Of monkey-girl v Iters. So the olden way's the luippiest way ; The new condition fails ; Aud, Darwin, if you can nty boy, .Inst give us back the tails. No hurrying out of bed had they, No bolting breasfast down, No hasty walk to shop in fear Of some old boss's frown. The Ui*Jy monkey sat. not up Tdlday the night did rout, In waiting for the lodge lo close And lei her husband out. They had no votes. , tls lim-, hut they'd No officers to keep, And o'er defaulter's cash aecoiint They nevi'r had in weep. So the olden way's the happiest way ; The new condition fall* ; And, Darwin, if yon can, my boy, Just give us back the tal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 June 1872

_. TMrVVVT V iaiT. ,_■ .m, ~ -.ninth*. .l.H); 1 month, 61) cent*. W EEKI.Y—• 1 .60 per year; six month*. 76 cent* BAND. EVERYTHING STRICTLY AND ENTIRELY t _ iiiiTiil A< linr -ii »ii , ,*ii» (.'tjnt-i Gallery* 26 cents Reserved Seats 7_ cents J L. WHITTAKER, if . Improved Fire and Water Proof Felt, Cement. Composition, Gravel, Tin and Slate ROOFER, No. 131T Cast Stbebt, Hi.,w bin Thirteenth axd Viboinia Stbbbts, •ftO fin WILL PAY FOR THE DAILY STATE .IOURNAL during the campaign. NEW YORK. HE OLD DOMINION STEAMSIOFCUMPA.VY'S elegant sidewheel steamship OLD DOMINION, Capt. Bodbbb, will sail on TUESDAY, .Tone 11, at 5 o'clock P. M. Freight received until 4 P. M. Through bills of lading signed, ami goods forwarded with dispatch lo all poinls—north, south, east and west. Close connections mad. with Canard line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare *12 00 Steerage boo Round Trip Tickets SO oo For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agetil, No. .1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 June 1872

. - "i-i, s.'.Mi-WF.F.KI.Y ANIi WTF.T.RI.Y, «.* I«f« Sllllt, KmHIiO.ID, YIXDIKI* EOWArUJ BiAHIMA Kditor nnd >laimxer. I'F.BJW ••■ill.* ... ■n-u ...i iic j Tli re- uoitthi tl BO ■,i month* . *S no I One month ,-„. • Kttl-WKKKLV. ■•:vf,. f ITF.SD4T AKtl FIUIIT.J . Ott* year . . .Mi to I Three months 76 MX iri.ilitis 1 ?..'• I One month a.'. '*. KCKLY. lIPBI Kt. KVKF.Y WKIII.KHIiAT.I line year tl fm I Six months 76 ("urn RATRsmn slvMI-WEKKI.Y: (hie I'mr. ttm itonOia. Three Months. .'. copi*s. .. .11 Ot ♦.-. 60 *■' 78 11l e.lpi.'Sl 111 mi 6 1)11 in conies 36 (in 17 SO «. 76 W COpte*..., 76 00 37 60 18 76 Spivlnu'ii oopto* ot eaeli eillliou sent lret* CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of tho price: Daily Edition - - $3.00 Wemi-Weeklv - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 June 1872

TUESDAY EVENING, JUKE 11, 1872. FREE discussion. Letter of Colonel Shields. lb the Editor of the State Journal, The city papers of this morning announce my election to the chairmanship of a Greeley Republican Club last night. For the information of my friends I desire to say. that I waif not at the meeting named, and that its action, so far as I am concerned, was unauthorized. I respect Mr. Greeley but he is outside the Republican party anil I am inside, consequently I stand by the regular nominee. Respectfully, I. H. Shields. YTork In th* Horticultural Departments. [From tho American Agriculturi*t.] The spring has been so backward that many ofthe operations which ought to hare been finished last month will have to be done in this. Many plants that have usually survived the winter with a little protection, will probably be found to be injured and perhaps in some cases destroyed. It will often be necessary to replant, and preparations ought to be made as early as possible, so that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 June 1872

TCESPAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1872. THE RIVAL SISTERS. CHAPTER I. A KKAITII'I 1. HIT DAM. X HOI'S HERO--IXI% M.ss Cranston, a >cry accomplished woman, kept a female school near Blanton, a quiet town in New Jersey. This place baa been selected by Mrs. lilake, the mother of one of the Rival Sisters, as her home, on account of the reputation of tho school. Mrs. Blake made her advent in Blanton in the character of a widow who had recently lost Iter husband, and she brought with her a daughter ten years of :;ge, named Hester, who was placed with Miss Cranston as a pupil. Hester Blake was a remarkable child. Mis Cranston found her a curious study. "If she is not tempted, all may go well with her," thought the old lady ; "but if she is—" and the ominous shake of the head expressed more than words. • Mrs. lilake had fifteen hundred dollars a year, which she stated was derived from property in the South; but where it was situated, and in what place she had lived before she made her ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1872

DAILY. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, «, N.. 9WM M.I. Street, Rirh___..d, Va. DAILY—S6 per year: «ix months, $S; three noiiths, $l.«o; 1 month, 60cents. .26: three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—SI.6O per year; six month*, 76 cent* __ AMUSEMENTS. n til REE NIMII ONLY. RICHMOND THEATRE, THURSDAY, Jr»E 18th. The world famons SKIFF k OAYLORD'S j MINSTRELS, JAP-ON-KNEES, and BRASS | BAND. 1.a11ery.... '....'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'. '.".26 cent* at WEST. JOHNSTON 4 CO. STEAMSHIPS. noil NEW YORK. ' HE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CoMI'A.VY'S elegant sidewheel steamship WYANOKE, Capt. Octet, will sail on FRIDAY, June 14, at lv o'clock A. M. I'relght received until 9 A. M. Through bills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to all points—north, south, enst and west. Close connections matie with Cuiisrd line for foreign ports. Passenger nccommoilatl.ins unsurpassed. fare $12 00 Steerage 6 00 Uiiiinil Trip Tickets 20 00 Fur freight or passage, npplv to JOHN W. WYATT, Aceiit, jo 12 —31 No. I Governor *tree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1872

rrBLIRSKI \H.\. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No ill*. Mai* STHIT, Rlo_.llo.il> Vl»n*ilA l:liw vi*.ii U.VMIM>. MIIM ami Mmnsir. I'KKMS • iM I 1, V Oi.e year ♦« IV j Thl c- months. .. I M Itmonltis .s in | On., inoiit-li 611 m-:i>ii-vyki:kli. itssn*ti btkp.t rmsiiAT aud r*in ,t .1 Oik year .Vi ftn I Three monthr. 76 Aft montr * 1 M I One month 2.1 UEKKI.V. U«*r«n STBRT WKDKtSBAT.) Hue year tl 80 | Six months 78 lILT'li RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY ; One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. .-. copies....til 00 »B 80 UTI 111 copies.... 20 Ml 111 00 8 00 .'ii copies 38 00 17 80 * 76 90 copies.... 76 00 37 M IS 78 Specimen copies of each edition sent fre* CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL WUI be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - $2.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JUNE 12, 1572. THE NEW ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1872

WEDNESDAY EVE'O, JUNE 12,1872. J.i the Editor ill the State Journal : Will you allow a novice to venturo his ideas on the subject of burning clay and rubbish as advised in tho Journal of the ,-,th inst.? Johnston in his Agricultural Chemistry, uses nearly the same language as yourself, when he says "burned earth and clay have long been recognized by the farmer as useful applications in certain circumstances, to jiis land." Now these certain circumstances wo must study to understand. He lirst says that the clay, etc., must be burned slowly and without free access of air. This to retain the organic matter it may be certain, in the favor of carbon or charcoal. Pure clay, that is without roots and leaves, contains more or less potash, and in some localities, lime; but they are often in a insoluble state, which tho burning remedies by dissolving, or perhaps more properly, pulverizing. Of course, we must first ascertain if our clays do contain these valuable alkalies, for we know pretty w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 12 June 1872

WEDNESfU V F.VK'G, JUNK 12, 1372. 11 The following gems from Longfellow's ''Three j Rooks of Song," wilt give a taste of thi- laal | • plendid work.] " These tales you tell are one and all, of ihe Old World," tho poet said. "Flowers gathered from a crumbling wall, Dead leave-* lhat rustle A M they fall Lei me present you lv their Btead Sometuu of our New Englanil e.n Mi, A tale whiuh, though ot no great wuith, Hu< still this merit, that it yields A certain freshness of the fields, A sweetness as of home-made bread.' H+tflaysrf ; nt first the tones were pure And tender as a Summer night, The full moon climbing to her height, The sob and ripple of tho seas, The flapping ot an idle sail; And then by sudden and sharp degrees The multiplied, wild harmonies Freshened and burst into a gale; A tempest bowling through the dark, A crash aa of some shipwrecked bark, A loud and melancholy wail. A sudden wind from out the wesi Blew all its trumpets loud and shrill The windows rattled ...

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