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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1872

At Me. 913 M Mala Street, Richmond, Va. nonths, el.**); 1 mouth, 60cents. '.IS; tlireejnonths, 76 cents. Cluba at extremely low rales. AMUSEMENTS. i'Hit I i: NIGHTS ONLY. RICHMOND THEATRE, THURSDAY, Jose 1»t» The world famous SKIFF k GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS. JAP-ONKNEES, and BRASS BAND. EYFHYTHING STRICTLY AND ENTIRELY | ARTISTS. ; . e \\ el !__ Admission 60 cent tlallerys 26 cents Reservod Seats 76 cents jell—fit at WEST. JOHNSTON * CO. STEAMSHIPS. tfOR NEW YORK. HE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM PANY'S elegant sldewheel steamship WYANOKE, Oapt. Couch, will sail ou FRIDAY, June 14, at 10 o'clock A. M. Freight received until 9 A. M. Through bills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to all points—north, south, east and west, ('lose connections made with Ou* nard line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare .12 00 Steerage 6 00 Round Trip Tickets 20 00 For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, je 12-: it No. 3 Governor street ROOFING^ JL. WHI...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1872

rrsi.isHii. [iAII.Y. SEMI-'WF.EKI.Y ANI) WEF.KJ.Y, IT No DISK M»m Stksst, Ricataonn. Yieiiis'a l.l»\V.\RI» DAfItBIA Kilitor nn.l vimmner. TKRWS i DAILY. ~ii,. veav •.i-tn'! Three month-... .tl DO j I months ts mi I One rarnith M si.MI-WEKKI.Y. [isa-Ikd stkst TtissnAT am ramiT.J One year *'- Ml I Three months 7.1 Six tnontM 1 M I tine month -■'• WKEKLY. il.--.VKn RVEST WEIINKSIIAT.I ilneywtf *>1 W I Six month* 7* l (lIAIB RATES Full SEMI-WT.r.KI.Y : One Tear. St.- Months. Three Montlu. :. copies....sll (Ml ♦■'.fill WW in copies..., 20 on in i»> ' _ ,i copies an on 17 w J rl Mi copies To 90 .17 '*n IS 76 Specimen copies of each eilition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURML Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: I i.iilv Edition - - #9.00 Sem'i-Weokiv - - 76 Weekly - '- - ■ 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. Till USIIAY KVEN'G, JUNK 18, 18T2. Tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1872

THURSDAY EVEN'O, JUNE 13, 1872. H. a. Has on Application fer mill ,■ 7*. the Editor ofthe State Journal: 1 recited the following little speech before Tiiicinnatua the other day : "I called upon you, Mr. (ireeley, to congratulate you upon your nomination by the American people tor their President, to which position your election is without doubt, and to apply before you were too much pressed with the cares of your office, for the Commissioncrship of Agriculture.'' Mr. Greeley— "Ah, yes. Very creditable, young man. But have you seen Waldo Hutchins?" Me—"Oh, that's all right. His wife's sister married my uncle, or something of that kind. But I thought in view of Grant's unprecedented— The Civil Sen-ice Reform —" Yes, yes, of course. 1 understand. But why don't you go West? Don't you know, sir, that every young man should go West ?" Me —"Certainly, sir, yes sir. I recollect you told all decent men to keep away from Washington." Mr. Greeley —"l, sir! What do you mean, sir? You're an inso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 13 June 1872

THriiSDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 13, 1572. THE DAUGHTER. ; ii.,.ld man sits hc-idi* the lock Where all day drips the water; The old wife, hi her faded frock Still knit** nnd nodsbv the cottsi'c dock. Hut, ah, lhe little daughter ! 1 see no more her loving eyes, 1 hear no more her low repliesAla-, alas, ihe daughter' At dawn the birds begin to sing, And o'er and o'er the water The swallow flitl Witt winking wing ; Th" old folks wake with the waking Spring; Hut, ah, the little daughter' No more to list the cookoo's call She roams the woods of the Manor HallAlas, alas, the daughter! Midsummer brought the young Earl bark. The lord of wood nnd water ; He met her in the greenwood track— His eves were wondrous bold and black— • Ah me. the little daughter! He whispered, "Tract me, O mine own I She wept, "I live for ihei* alone •' Ala-, afe*, tin daughter' Slow moved the weary months lo. years; • All day dripped down the water; The father'sheart was dull Willi fears; The molher's eves were dim with te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1872

DAn.Y, SEMT-WEEKLY AND WEEET.T At N«. DI8M Mala 8»re«t, Ki,|,„,.„,i, v'a. TERMS I DAILY—»B per year; six months, Vi; three niontin, ♦. M; I month, 80 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY— Vi.bO per year; six months three months, 7b cents, WEEKLY—*] .80 per year; six months, 7« cents AMUSEMENTS. 'I'lim i mgiits onttY. RICHMOND THEATRE, THURSDAY, J«»E ISth. The world famons SKIFF k GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS, JAP-ON-KNEES, and BRASS BAND. EVERYTHING STRICTLY AND ENTIRELY 90 ARTISTS. 90 General Admission 611 ctnts i .ail-i-.i - .24cents Reserved Seats 73 tents je 11-61 at WEST. JOHNSTON k CO. BTEAMBHIPB. CtOR NEW YORK. ' HE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S elegant sidewheel steamship ISAAC HELL, Capt. Blakemas, will sail on SUNDAY June 16, at 11 o'clock A. M. Freight received until Saturday night. Through bills of lading signed, and goods forwarded with dispatch to all iwhits—north, south, east and west. Close connections made with Cunard line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed Fare *12 00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1872

~AII.Y. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, ST No >>n\i M»i» Stsist. Kio»«o»". VismstI.UW_K» KANIELS Kdltsr nnd Manager. TERMS mitt l(til* yPur .6 00 j Three month*. ...*1 60 -:,x incut hi *S Do I One month 6" «._•.. .I-WI-.EKI.Y. [l t.veo RVKB.T TTJBfIIIAT AHI> rßlDi.**.] Hoc war |2 60 1 Three months 75 Sismr-tls 1 2S I One month 25 WEEKLY. [19-rEll RVKRY WSD»S?D__T._ Hue j-eiir •I'l 60 | Six months 78 CLI'l. RATES FOR REIKI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Sir Months. Three Months. ft COU.es....til IK) *6 SO .2 7ft 10 copies 2.00 in iki Coo 20 copies M on 17 60 « 75 fto copies 75 00 87 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNVL the ymaiNiA otmpe jddbnal Will be sent, to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - $8.00 Semi-Weoklv - - 7**> Weekly - '- - - 50 Address' STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FRIDAY' .JVI'.MNG, JUNK 14, 187:.'. NATIONAL REPUB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1872

FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1872. Sir: It was with much pleasure that I hailed your journal last evening on the streets of Petersburg, and when I discovered it was vended by boys of Richmond, I could not but deplore the fact, that there is a sad lack of that spirit of enterprise among our people, who knowing that we have a great battle to fight, and having no weapon in the shape of a Republican sheet with which to combat with the enemy, are content to remain at easo, while arrangements ought to have been made, not only for having the Journal circulated here through an agent but even daily or semiweekly correspondence inserted. I am tired of being compelled to read only one side of the question involved in the momentous issues now pending between right •and wrong. I mean between true Republicanism and the various guises adopted by the so-called Conservatives. I have no objection to hear what the enemy ;has to say, but still 1 will more gladly welcome the kind words of a friend. Believin...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 June 1872

nun ay KV_.--.LMi, -hm: it, isr-2. Manufactures Versus Politics. ft is gratifying to see one Democratic paper out of ninety, nnd ono of the ablest of the whole, come out nobly and boldly in defence of iron nnd coal, .Mark the strong language of the Staunton Virginian: "Yir"inisi, if ever she is to throw oil'the garb of sloth and inertness, must become a manufacturing State. Our water power and mineral deposits mur.t be utilized. 151nst furnaces, rolling mills, and,machiue factories must be established, to convert into profit our ores and timber." Now, the reader may call this Republican doctrine, Radical doctrine, or any other doctrine, but it is the doctrine of practical common sense, and the sooner the people of Virginia realize its truth and govern themselves accordingly, the sooner Virginia will be raised from bankruptcy and ruin, to wealth and prosperity. Another fact to which we invite special attention. The leaders and managers of the Democratic party prefer the "rule and rui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1872

PI7HT.ISHRD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEITJ.Y, It No. 91UM Mnln Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year: six months, $3; three months, f1.60; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.S(I per year; six months, 126] three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—«I.SO per year; six months, 76 cents VP WEESL r and SEMI- WEEKL T JO tTRNAI. i.lnbs at extremely lout rates. Lining jlfert* journal BANKRUPT NOTICEsT^ 4370 rpillS IS TO OIVE NOTICE :—That ou the JL 14th day of June, 1872, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the United States tor the Etistern District of Virginia, against tho estate of Henry R. Ganies, of Henrico county, and State of Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own. petition :—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property nelnnglac te said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and tie* transfer of any properly by him, are forbidden by-law :—That a meeting of the creditors of md bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or more assign...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1872

?V HI.- ' ■ I A 11... SEMI-WLKKLY AND WT.V.K.I.Y; iT j, ', \:,\* Sttubst, Rio»mo»i>, Vieoisis HOWARD DANIELS, Editor mid Mnnnaer. TERMS n A it. r C ,ue veiir »S (»•! Three mouths.... *1 M ■~ months *s W I '""* mouth H SEMI-M EKKI.V. i i .1 sb stunt ti'Ssi'at ssn ramAT.] p B ,Mr +2 an I Three months 7a (~, motitri. 1 SB I Due month M WEEKLY, Irsnm EVERT WRDKRSDAT.J Imerear *1 WI I Six months '■'> UI<UM HATES FOB SEMI-WEEKLY I 0M Ikor. Sit Kenrfc*. J»T«S Months. I) copies....»U 00 *'■ «» WM It) copies.... SO on 10 DO J O>J in epics M no 17 SJ M copies.... 76 00 37 6" 18 76 ICtr Spwimen copies of each edition sent freo CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. 'THE VMBIA STATE JODRHAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - 52.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - '- - - SO Address" STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 16,18T2, KATIOIIALjgDBLICA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1872

tfwwteg iftrtr gwwatt SAT 1; Rf) A 15,1872~ Gilmrr versus llreeley. Richmond, June 15,1872. f, th: M litor *f the State Journal : In the Tribune of the 13th instant, there is over a column devoted to the consideration of my letter, published in your paper of the Sth instant. In the editorial, the following language is used, which is the only rclercnce to my statements made in my letter: "It remained for Mr. Gilmer to reiterate and improve upon a stale calumny, by asserting that Mr. Greeley not only favored secession in 1860-41, but '■urged Mr. Davis and his southern friends to secede.' Thus, you sec, a lie, being suffered to pass uncontradicted, not only endures but expands and grows. Let us impale this one, so as at least to preclude its further enlargement." Such is the evasive, disengenuous and unpolished denial of the Tribune, couched in rude language as characteristic of high passion as it is destitute of gentlemanly courtesy. The article docs not admit or deny: the correctness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 June 1872

s \ ! i RPAV EVENING, JUNBltt, IZn. ' • Stake. I raining tf Tomato*-*. Thorns* Meehen says lit* feu fur letereJ yens uoti'il the relative kdnuKag—1 of the i ililTcrcnt ways of cultivating tomatoes, and ' he oonclwles that the best practice to adopt ! _ to proceed as with Lima beat— —that is, net the stakes before the plants are put out. These stakes need not lie over six feet high) - and may be Pet about four feet apart each way. As tlie plants prow, tie them up to the Btakes; but that will not be required ovi'ir half a dozeti times during the season. ; Twenty plants in this way will yield as t much fruit as double the quantity on any ' other plan, and in quality there w no comparison. The common Held plan of leaving tomatoes to grow as they list, Spreading everywhere over tho ground, may be, as truck growers say it is, Ihe way in which the heaviest weight of fruit can be had in proportion to the labor spent, but fruit thus produced is more acid. m How to Water Plants.—From careful ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1872

tf wntag ftate §ounrai PUBLISHRD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. 91«!4 Main Street, Ri< lim.nd, Va. TERMS: DAILY— te per year; six months, ft) three months, *l.AO; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.nO per year; six months, 12A; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY —$1.50 per year; six months, 78 cents »_~ !*-__--and SBM-WEKKLY JOURNAL __M of extremely low rates. VIRGINIA NEWS. —The Liberal Ci'izen, at Alexandria, has suspended. —The first new wheat of tho season was received in Petersburg on Saturday, and sold at $2.10 per bushel. _ —R. 11. Charaberlaine, Esq., has been elected cashier of tbe Citizens' Bank of Norfolk, vice Richard Taylor, Esq., resigned. —Petersburg has a "Dolly Vardcr." and a "Greeley" base ball club. The former beat the latter in a match game on Saturday. Ominous. —Judge Ball fined a sheriff of Fairfax county livo dollars for returning a writ with the following indorsement: " Damned if I can find Dames." —Mr. C. R. Paxson, of Pennsylvania, on Monday l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1872

rrsi. ___• DAILY, SKMI-WEF.-I.Y AND WEEKLY, At No .l;V. M4II StiuST, *_•■—•», YiEioslt BOWMU* HiMH.S MOT nnd *.lninuer. T__*_H*: W A I I. V . onejnTMi WePlT_*•* months....*! I* ,■. month*, *w mi I (me mouth .'.'i »|.;vtl-WEEKLY. [|M_m PVIKT T.'SSMT SND MIIIAT.I ( »n_ v .. : . r .*>! Ml I Three months 75 Six otbiitH 1 211 One tnonth 26 WKI'.KLY. U_TO__ »t_bt *nm__i_rj (m»y«_ tl Mi I Six months 7.1 O_.lT- RATES FOB SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Six fToidhs. Three _-)•**_. I i..pie5....*1l H *5 IW *2 7.1 in coiiies 20 (H) 10 H 6 *f 511 collies 8* (HI 17 80 * 75 60 copies 76 60 37 WI IS 76 »_r Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE Vffl-I_IA STATE JODBHAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Hailv Edit ion - - $3.0$ St'im-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - '- - - 50 Address' STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 18T2. "national republican "ticket. rotS r_...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1872

MONDAY I.VKNINC, JUNE 17, 187-2." LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Republican ___,——■ In Prince __■__• _*__*?•. Hon. Jnnle* li. Plutt *___—_— I for I on_ie*t II milium,.ll of i;runt ami Wllum—Speeclic», -tc. PRINCH (iEOKOB C. 11., VA., \ Juno IStS, 1872. J To the Witter nfthe fitati Journal: A large and enthusiastic mass meeting of the Republicans of Prince (Jcorgo county, was held hero to-day. Every township in tiittcuunty was well represented. Vf. 11. Baldwin, -Si|., was elected chairman of tlie meeting, ana William Gilliam, l'isq., was made .secretary. After the transaction of some other preliminary business, the meeting elected tho following as delegates to the Second Congressional District Convention : Wm. 11. T'uldwin, and Gabriel Hill. Alternates, William Gilliam Willis 1\ Hill. The following resolutions, reported from a committee for that purpose, were passed enthusiastically : First —We most heartily ratify the nomination of that successful leader of the Union armies and tried stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1872

£ .roing__^^ SIQMI)AJrWENL\O, JUNK 17, IB7J. AFRAID. A.t!or sincing, silence: after ni'i". thorns: A!! th" blackesi midnights built o'er (olden morns ; After flowering, fading; bitter after sweet j Yellow, wilheied stubble, nit—'waving wheat, reen, Ihe dropping of the shrivelled lnftf, I,ilcethe -.alden lopping oi some dear belief i at—r f nigling water*, try, uni ightly bet—; _!;• :■ exit nation, lowly-hanging Heads. Sol shrinKand ehlvera; your proifei—l Ii- '. ■•■ m, pain must follow on ibe lied of bh—: is must lii-1 me sleeping on your '-! : tve mn while yon love me—this i< Bnr-Jy 11 ' lilushless flower left upon Its ttom, ming the thicknet* ol the foreet _ h—n •; l.ike a hidden (onntaln, never una bed ot lips: Like nn ____o*J—] ocean, never ■ tiled by ships—. Thus I shall be fairer to your tintrr d thought. Than if till my living into yours were wrought. . ire tti" t vreete l l Inalonely nesl : \ ime while yon lore ra*—thi*U»nreljr best! — Howard '■ i Ikbasing Wheels....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 June 1872

mmm^mßmmm .mm.,_______—— Evening £tat* gouronl. PUBLISH F.II. 1 lAI LV, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Al *i«. 1119)4 Main Street, Richmond, Vn. TERMS: DAILY—*(i per year; six months, W; three months, *1.,',u; l month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.6O per year; six months, )2fl: three months, 7fi cents. WEEKEY—*I.OO per year; six months, 76 cent* HTWBEKLThmd SEMI-WEEKLT JOURNAL dubs at extremely low rates. VIRGINIA NEWS. —The Fredericksburg Ledger says : "We learn that sixty thousand' bushels of corn, of the crop of 1871, have been shipped from Port Royal by a single firm. This makes over 100,000 bushels shipped from the upper Rappahannock during the —The staging or falte-work of the second of the «ew iron bridge now being built way Saturday evening, carrying with it a car and some of the workmen into the river. Two colored men were seriously injured— ono of them, it is thought, fatally. —George C. Langhorne, recently arrested by Capt. John Frey, special agent of the Pestonice Department, on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 June 1872

. , , ■ " I - Cecums gov-tm.l PI7BI.IRHRP nAIIA. s__f-*"T_EKtY ANT) WEEKLY, »T lYi'.ln ST*«*T. R10*M(I!(». VIMIU. Kim'\KM DANIELS Editor nnd Maiioxer. TERMS i DAILT iiu.-c.-.ii |8 lie I Three months .. tl M ■ ,\ lii.ntl.i *3 l»i I One mouth ■ sKMI-WKR-LY. [ißonßn «TBRT Tl'»in»T AUD rttlD*Tj Oi.e ye.'.r .2 «n I Three months 7B SU month* 1 5* I One month 25 WEEKLY. itdlnm &VKRT WED7IIBDAT.] i me year »!1 60 | Six months 76 OLUH RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY I One Year. Six Months. Three Months » copies. ...♦ll 0(1 *S 6(1 ¥1 76 10 coiiies.... 20 oil 111 00 6 0(1 20 copies 35 0(1 17 60 8 75 60 C0p—1.... 76 00 87 60 IS 76 WT Specimen copies of each edition Bent free 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 the price: Dally Edition - - ($3-00 Semi-Weekly - - 76 YVeeklv - - - - s<> Address' STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. TUESDAY EVENING, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 June 1872

(gvndng JtUU §mtml TUESDAY EVENING, JUNK 18, 1872. < in ioiltifs of Science. WAVES OF SOUND. Kxperiment- prove that Bound is simply applying force to the air, which moves in a succession of undulatory vibrations. Every word spoken is a breath force, pushing a column of air from tho exterior of tho mouth. When sound is produced in a long organ pipe or a short one, the difference is made thus: the vibrations are made slow in the first and quick in the othor. Vibrations of waves are one thousand in a second in one, for example, and four thousand in the other in the same second. But wavelets of sound move off in space with equal velocities, and both arrive at tho ear at tho same instant. On this law of acoustics depends the pleasure derived with music. If the notes did not travel with equal speed there would be utter confusion, all harmony being destroyed if one sound arrived too lato for carrying on the chain of acoustic vibrations within tne ear. But tho apparatus for recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 June 1872

II I -DAY EVKNING, JUNE 18, 1872. 'THEY THOI'OIITTIIEY WERE HHiHT." ["They thought they were right," were Ihe worcH uttered by a Union soldier, when npplaud- ,!■: the t.ravery of the private soldiers who wers Ihe imiv. Ever ready to lot-give and forget, we dedicate these lines to all, who, Tight or wrong, followed \\ hat t hey conceived to be the path of duty.]—<'. Align*,/* Havtland. " They thought they were right,'' When their path was o'erstrewn Willi our dead and our dying— Whllethe heaven's bright moon Shone through the dim clouds And whl-pered awny, To the realms far above, The pure iouls from the clay. "They thought they were right," When near to death's door They carried their banner, And still cried lor more; More blood from our true ones, More blood from our braves; While they clung to their idois, Their idols, the Gave. " They thought they were right," Shall we hate them to-day, Though their path be o'ershadowed, Or dark be their way ! No, no! let us strew Naug...

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