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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 22 February 1871

if wmittfl Itat* journal PUBLISHED DAl_,y-(S__d-y» Excepted ■T a. w. ctiiiLiis, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At -!»;.{ Main Street, lUchmo-d, V» months $S 00; on* year $« 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scriber* three month, for nrenty-flv. cent*; six months, II 00 j on. year, tn 00. L,ECTTJRKS. RICHMOND THEATRE, on the night of tho 7th amp Btu OF MARCH, under the auspices of "UNDINE TEMPLE OF HONOR." PRICKS OF ADMISSION.—Dress Circle nnd Or cheat™, GO cents; Parquette, Family Circle and U-tl l«ry, 25 cents. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR RRSBRVED SKATE- Reserved seats now tor sale at Messrs. West k Johnston's book store, Main street. fe 20—ttMWFAS l\M\ Si., -UN I -;. \JT * TABLEAUX AND STATUARY, IS.VDEII THE AUSPICES OP MARSHALL I.OEGENo.I2,KNIGHTScr PYTHIAS. WILL DE REPEATED AT TIROINIA HALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2ll*. An excellent male quartette, assisted by SMITH'S BRASS BAND, will be in attendance AMCHSIOH 60 cent*. Tickets can bo proenrod from members of the Lodge, nnd at the Booksto.-...

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 February 1871

(Evening £tatc journal 8. W. (ill. I.IS KlillOß ASS* PaoCMIToK. Mo •> "si... Ms Street, Itlclimonil, V- WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 22, 1871. killed cock-robin." The attack upon the Invaders, so-called, Washington and llich mond Railway cempany, was first made by this active (both in tactics and gesticu lation) member from Bedford. The enor mous amount of $275,000 invested by the Stato thirty-seven years ago iv the It., F, fc P. H. R. has, it is truo, and as admitted by the member himself, been utterly un productive of interest or dividend, but it is a time-honored investment, and like Sandeman port or Duff Gordon sherry ( it has acquired value as it becamo musty in the auditor's safe, and become a part and parcel of the great successful Virginia railroad system, which has done so much for tho aggrandizement of Messrs.—and — &c., aud, if allowed to slumber on in tho fashion of "the good old times," will re turn to her tenfold, in tho last will and ' testament of tbe present benefi...

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 February 1871

©vrning £tat* journal WEDNESDAY ETEN'Q, FEB. 22, 1871. Phillips, wont from North Bridge water to the Southern States, anil engaged in tho business of buying and selling slaves. He amnssod a handsome fortune in this nefari ous business. It is said that he deposited some forty thousand dollars in some bank in New York city, where it has been on interest over since, and for which the bank officers nre now trying to find nn owner. There is of courso considerable scrabbling for that large amount of property. It is presumed that ho left no children. There aro a great many nephews and nieces of I the abovo named Isaac Phillips in Easton, I Stoughtoo, the Rridgewators, and in ihe I region round about theso towns. Tho I point now to be proved, is whether tho j Isaac Phillips aforesaid is the one that de- j posited that money in New York. If these heirs can prove that ho really was the man, then the monoy is theirs. Thoro onco lived in a small cottage ou a cross-road leading from Dickormau's ...

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 February 1871

(gvcntafl gomnml WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, FEB. 22,1871. Tbe better bred will push abetd And strike the braver blow; For lack is work, And those who shirk Should not lament their doom, liut yield the play, And clear the way, That better men have room. It never pays to wreck the health In drudging after gain, And he is sold who thinks that gold Is cheapest bought with pais. An bumble lot, A cosy cot, Hare tempted even kings, For station high, That wealth will buy, Not oft contentment brings. It never nays I a blunt refrain Well worthy of a song, For age and youth must learn this troth, That nothing pays that's wrong. The good and pure Alone are sure To bring prolonged success, While what is right In Ueaven's sight Is always sure to bless. i A Student's Joke.—Kbenezer Sweat, of Brunswick, is a provision dealer. He has been a ''meat man" iv Brunswick for the last half century, and has probably furnished Bowdoin students tougher meat and harder swearing than they ever ex perienced in after life...

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 February 1871

(Ironing $Mt journal II riJBLMHED DAlLY—(Bunda-s Excepted IT B. W. C.l L.1.15. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At 01 ai.-.: Xtaln Street, Richmond, Va The JOURNAL Is served by the carriers to a e!r bscrlbor* in the City at Fiett Cents fir Monro, Single oople* In wrapper* Tnai* Cints. Pais'* roa Maiuno. — Three months $1 76; six msnthsj.'l 00; one year $6 00 Phe WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to «nb ■o.-ibers three months for seventy-fir* centoj six months, tl 00; one year, $2 00. AMUSEMENTS. week only, commencing MONDAY, Fus. 15th. Fam ily Matinee Siturday, March 4th. at «U o'clock. TUB CELEBRATED BERGER FAMILY, SWISS BELL RINGFRB, Harpists, Vocalists, Vlolioists, and Cornet Players, the largest and best company of Bell Ringers In America, assisted by SOL SMITH RUSSELL, the Renowucsl Humorist and Facial Artist, and other Vocal and Instrumental Talent EVERYTHING NKW, BRILLIANT, AND AT TRACTIVE, far surpr 'Hlssg any othor entertainment of a similar nature ever before seen In this cify. —. RESER...

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 February 1871

toning £tair journal B. vv. <;h.i.is _IB» Ut* r-or-TO. «» » i j «»!« Street, lUclsnion-, Va THUKSDAY EVSNINO, FEB. 28, 1871. afterwards extended for 6ve days, and dis patches nnce state that it will probibly be j again extended until (ho Ist proximo. Tbis wa.; done in order that the newly elected French Assembly might have timo lo consider the German terms of peace. The Washington Chronicle adds: Blstnarok, it is Baid, while exceedingly anxious to conclude a peace, will not abate I hia terms in the leant, although he pro fcaaH willingness to forego' the possession . f Metz, provisled he can secure Luxem bourg. His anxiety fur peace is, neverthe less, so gresit that he is represented as using threatening language to President Thiers in his enslcavors to force him to an ac ceptance of German terms. Thiers is siisl to favor acceding to Bis marck's hard conditions nt once, In order that France may be relieved of the presence of her spoilers. Ho then proposes that the National Assembl...

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 February 1871

ironing 9 tat* journal Feb. 23, 1871 social propriety, brief allusion in commen dation may bo permitted, after half a cen tury to personages already historical as near relatives of Napoleon. Ho hims-lf, on ono occasion, speaking of his mother, said sho was a woman of noble nature, who had trainod her children well, suffering nothing but what was great and titrated to take root in their understanding*, ab horring falsehood, and not tolerating the slightest act of disobedience, combining tho energy of a man with the gentleness and delicacy of a woman. Her lovely faco accounted for many noble traits in her descendants; and it has been well remarked by Sir Bernard Burke, that "Ihe ladies of tho Bonaparte family were ever, to a surprising degree, remarka- I bio for talent, beauty and strength of I mind." Such encomium had especial ap- I plication to the daughters of Lucicn, whoso I society constituted the chief source of our enjoyment in Rome. In their saloons conversion flowed on with a...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 February 1871

(Bromnfl fftatr journal T IU_»L>A- i.ifMM., _..!_. 23, 1871. IIICHMONI', res iv j . Bcn.tr. The Lieutenant Governor in the chai\ SENATE BILL RETORTED. Tho following bill was reported from c .miti'itc- aid plrced upon the calendar: To amend and rc-.nact section 27, chap ter 49, of the o de, in regard to the relurn j of processes. lIILLS INTRODUCED AND REFERRED. T<> incorporate the Virginia Female Orpbftn School. By Mr. Taylor, of Norfolk—To incor porate the Farmers' and Merchants' Loan and Trust company. To amend tbe charter of the Norfolk and Prit.cess Anne canal company. j By Mr. Davis—To amend and ie-enact sections 1, 1 and 15, of the acts of 1860. To amend and re-enact BSCtion 59, of I'IiIVILEOES OF VISITORS. On motion of Mr. Latham, it was le solved that the 58th rule of the Seuate, restricting tho privileges of visitors to the Hour, should be strictly enforced hereafter. HOUR OF MEETING. Mr. Harris introduced a resolution that when the Senate adjourn to-day, it adjourn...

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. — 24 February 1871

if ironing #tate journal If PJB-iIHHKD I)A_LY-(Su_kUt_ E«cpled n 8. W. «11.1.15 i EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At tlM)i Hals. Slreet, Kl-l-iuoi-11, Va The JOURNAL Is aerved by the carrier! to h elr fcscrllsors in the City at Fifty Chits pin Mohth.. Single copies In wrappers Tn»«» CmTTB. Prici pom Maiuiio.—Three months tl 78; 111 mmtbal- OOj one year ♦« 00 Tho WKBKLY JOURNAL will be mallei] to snt scribe * three months for seventy-five cents; six mor-t--.. II 00; one year, $2 00. the great Canadian Humorist and Oralor, at the RICHMOND THEATRB, on the night of the 7tii and Bth OF MARCn, under tho anapices of ."UNDINE TEMPLE OF HONOR." PRICE. OF ADMISSION.—Dresa Circle and Or cheatra, 60 centa; Parsjnette, Family Circle and Gal lery, 23 centa. ANOTHER FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL ON SKATES WILL TAKE lI.ACE AT ASSEMBLY HALL, MARCH Sri-. Tbo Skating Rink will bo opsin evoiy MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY afternoons, and every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY ni K lit- ; als s every SATURDAY MORNING. Now I...

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. — 24 February 1871

(&mton £taic journal B. W. aiM.lsi Edit?* »_d P»or«niTo». *o v it'i slm.. "(Mil. l.l.limoii.i. V» FRIDAY I.VI._.iNO, FEB. 24, 1871. 1.1. lo cisfcmplate tlie events that tiro transpiring on the continent of Europe. The sijMi ■ r;-in that "Variety is tlio spice of life," is as applies... to the mental as to the other functions of tho body. But whilo we return to thrse events as asub j tft of relief to the mental fs.culties, it can, in truth, be hardly HH__M_ as; such. We observe with feelings of tho saddest ... mpithy, the sufferings S___ huuiiliation . I" istir brethren across tho deep. Nobis', gencrou. ami brave they have _ brMght to their present condition by their rulers. The caus.s which have operated in bringing upon France her present misfortunes, have been _D_ta_.Bg snisl multiplying for years. All these had their origin at the seat of government. Paris vv.is tho nursery fjr all the vice aud dissipation that disseminated itself over the natioj. Tho imbecility of the court ...

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. — 24 February 1871

droning #tafc journal FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 1871. in Baltimore, on the ICth instant, at the ago of eighty-one yearn, was the mother in-law and aunt of Edgar A. Pot. The Now York 'Tribune furnishes the following InterwUag statement: Mr... Clemm was born in Baltimore, on I tho 12th of March, 1790. Hor family was \ ono of tho oldest nnd most distinguished in Maryland. Her father, David l'oe, was Quartermaster General of Iho old Maryland line during tho revolution, and tho intimate friend of Washington, Lafay- ! otte and tho leading men of the timo. In 1830, while editing tho Southern Literary j Mcs.-enger, Edgar A. Too married his cou- I •sin, Virginia Clemm, a lovely and brau- I liful girl, whose memory he embalmed in "Tho Raven." She was the "lost Lenore" j of that extraordinary poem. From the timo of Toe's marriage to her daughter, Mrs. Clemm adopted him as her 100, ami never had sou a more devoted mother. To have won and kept the love of such a wo man through all tlio vicissitud...

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. — 24 February 1871

(Ermine, £tate journal I'IUDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 1871. l.mi.r 111 _~lf r_nrrl_.r • nrsrl thcfte nrriir. t nij.i .11 __ll lljlliu.i , nuwi i,ii.«y_ v...., j rences are mostly among those who are young, nnd who have bad comparatively | little wor.lly experience. Eleanor Kiik, writing to the Elizabeth Herald of a recent -■uieidal attempt in Brooklyn, says: Tho principal gossip in Hocial ciicles is I tlio attempted suicide of a young married woman in Bail Brpoklyn. Tho husband ; s a moderately wealthy man of good standing and reputation, but extremely eccentric in certain directions. No serv ants are allowed in his establishment, and bit wil's-, win) has no taste for domestic .... .ii>atkm., finally became so disgusted with this __.-_t_.___ round of scrubbing aud working, preparing meals and clearing tlscm away, that sho concluded she would tXJftOf. tlie unknown, and have a change, at any rate, fn her letter of farewell, ..he stated that she had no fault to find with her husband, but...

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. — 25 February 1871

droning $tatc journal rOBI-ISUKD DAIL™-(Bnnd»y» Exeeptod KDITOU AND PI.OI'RUrrOB, At nits Street, 1 e_-___o__d, V« The JOURNAL la servod by the carriers to h etr Hcrlbers In tho City at Ism Osmt3 r«a Mosul nlngle copies In wrappers Tinm CtKTS. Paici ros Uaill-O. —Three months tl 75; sis months *S 00; one year $8 CO The W-18-I'Y JOURNAL will be mailed lo sat seiibers three months for mvmsty-_.ve cents) sli Ihe errat Canadian Humorist and Orator, at th* RICHMOND THEATRE, on the night of tho 7in Aim Bth OF MARCH, under tho auspices of "UNDINE TEMPLE OF HONOR." PRICES OF ADMISSION.—Dress Circle and Or chestra, 50 conlB; Par.|iietto, Family Circle and Gal lery, _5 conts. NO EXTRA CH-.RGB FOR RESERVED BFATA POSITIVI'LYUST APPEARANCE IS TIIRCITY OF KTCIIMOND of tlso CHAPMAN SISTERS and C. B. BISHOP. SATURDAY EVENINU, Fi-l.r_.ry 25, 1871. CINDERELLA, CINDERELLA, CINDEI".LI.A, CINDER. LLA. CINDERELLA, CINDERELLA. fo 25—It A CADFMY OF MUSIC. Fs nnklln strt.t, opposite Ballard House. JAK B BUD...

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. — 25 February 1871

droning £tatc journal B. \V. <:?>.l.is Rsn.lt its) Pr...iTiiT.H. Mo tlll!4 Tlaslu I. .reel, lllchmoildi Va SATURDAY EYKNINC-r, FEB. 85, 1871. Tbnt immigration, under tbo most pros perous c■■inditiiin of any community, is an advantage all admit; as by it new indus- j tries, or improved methoels of manipula tii.n.. are inosst easily transplanted and take Dim root if proved advantageous in uring to this public weal. The humble artisan, landing v did the exiled Flemings in l.ngland, with nothing but thorough practical knowledge of the manufacture of woollen fabrics, may have an empty pocket and yet by application of that knowledge, contribute far moro to the wealth of the country wherein bo seeks a home and oc cupation, than the trader with a well-fill ed pocket book. We havo seen intimations to the effect that the manufacture of silk fabrics may probably he introduced into the United Stales by emigrants from revolutionary, unfortunate Franco, and such an event ap pears highly pro...

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. — 25 February 1871

droning £tat* journal Feb. 25, 1871 A Sail CMC. A Suicide at the Bingham House I.tngham House, at l.lovcntn nnu market streets, and engaged a room. Ho con ilucteil himself in a very gentlemanly manner, and obtained tho esteem of all with whom he came In contact. On Weil- I nesday ho had a couple of gentlemen lo I dine with him, and was last seen nbout 4 . o'clock on tho afternoon of that day. j Thursday ho did not mako his appearance, 1 and during tho afternoon tbe door of his I room was burst open, and to the surprise j and horror of all he was discovered lying upon his bed dead. A search of tho room failed to disclose tho cause of death, and the Coroner was notified. Deputy Coroner Bees visited the room, aud a very Bhort investigation dis closed « pistol fast locked in the hand in side the vest on the left side. Tlio revolver contained seven chambers, and ono of tho loads had been discharged. A wound was found on tho body directly through the heart, which of course had produced th...

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. — 25 February 1871

droning £tatc journal Feb. 25, 1871 ■ low Many Wives F-ide. many pale, lift-less women you sco .c. t anil in the l.ast, too, as for tter. Young, fresh looking women nis.rry, ami in fivo or ten years you can scarcely recog-hw them, while their hus bands "look as well ns on the day of their wedding. Ono causo of this is compli cated boßS.__-_p.ng. When a man undir .ii:,.L. a business, ho finds learned men | rra.lv t" assist him ; he knows what there is to do and secures help accordingly. A j jroflDg woman goes to housekeeping very often without any help at all, or perhaps with cms awkward girl, like his wifo in tbis respect. There are three meals to get day—that means cooking; and then .- mes the dishes to be washed after each meal. It wsuld tako about forty-five | pieces for breakfast and supper, and seven- ' ty for dinner for a family 0f live—ono hun dred and sixly-five pieces to be carried from the kitchen lo tho dining-room every day, washed and carried back. If yon havo six rooms...

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. — 27 February 1871

droning J&ate journal PUBLISHED DAILY—(Bund..-- Excopt.d IT B. \V. ..II.I^IB, -EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At tMM Mill* Slreet, Rlobmoßd, Va The JOURNAL In served by the carrier, to bs elr ,_crlbers in the City at Fifty Osiers fib Moma. Mingle copies In wrappers TnEM CIHTS. Pnici to» Mau-ih..— Three months tl 78; all: month. t3 00; one year $. 00 The WMILT JOURNAL will be mailed to snb. lertbera three mouths for seTenty-flve cents; sii months, tl 00; one year, t. 00. the great Canadian Humorist ami Orator, at tbe on (lie night of the 7Tn and Bra OF MARCH, under the auspices of "UNDINE TEMPLE OF HONOR." rRICEB OF ADMIBSrON.—Dress Circle and Or- f»0 cents; Paniuetto, Family Circle ami <lal- -1,-r>. 25 conls. NO IXTRA CPABGB FOR RESERVED BEATJ Riservod seats cow for Bile at Mows. West k Johnston's took store, Main street. AAIUgENRNTS. Franklin street, opposite Ballard House. GREAT ATTRACTIONS FOR TIHB WEEK. Ths only Variety Theatre now open In the city. IMYJKNFE SUCCESS OF THB FEM...

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. — 27 February 1871

dvening ftatc journal B W. .- 11. __ IS KDITOa AND Propmit.su. •i •- -.; stain _tr«r,s., Itlclimonel, Va MONDAY EVENING ,F_6B. 87, 1871 it docs to-day ; never an hour when it was more necessary that Republicans should bo firm and brave. Wo believe the purpo.-o nf our enemies to be treacherous and b.ul ; that they mean not to preserve and I. rpetaate the liberties ot tho people, but, asi fir ;.s they Csin safely daro, to abrogate ansl destroy them. By their own ..dmi-sion, they mean not to "support and maintain" the constitution fur which they have so geiii-rnusly voted, but to nl t r and amend it until it is in their hands, ini.lo sis potent for evil as it would have b. i powerful for good hud it been en trusted to tho care of tho Republican p.irty which framed it, aud which for yiurs. baa been battling for the supromacy of tho principles embodied therein. In tho meantime, there is but one course for Republicans to adopt, and that is to close up their ranks and ststnd to their guns ...

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. — 27 February 1871

droi. 0 journal MONDAY EVENING, FEU. 27, 1871. __ ... .en. T\._:_ Tho recent bombanlmcat ot St. oenis imperilled tho sepulchres of tho kings of France. The famous cathedral, however, did not suffer very greatly. A writer in the London News says that the republicans who havo painted Liberie, Egalite, Frater nite on its portals, havo not allowed their republicanism to render them negligent of tho historical monuments the edilico con tains ; all around it has beeu banked up high with saiTd bags, which havo caught and stopped several shells. The stained glass is intact. Only four ■_»_!■ havo pcu ctratoil to the interior of tho building. One of tho elaborately carved crosses on j the top of tho buttress has been splintered off and a coping stone has been shattered ; this sums up the evil done to tlio cathe Iral by tha shells of tho enemy. Tho.'sploudid j carving on tho arches around tho great door has not been harmed in tho least, although thcro havo been somo very nar-J row escapes. Sev...

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. — 27 February 1871

droning jMate journal MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 27, 1871. the Louisville (l-y.)Ccm__ercl*l, 23d.] A few doors from tho spot where John Belli Hint and killed Georgo Lobstein last September—near Owe Hill Cemetery, on the Bardatown pike—an old man named Cbrlltopber Stanb, who hail lived through almost three BCiiro and ten years, yesterday destroyed his own life by shooting his liead to pieces with a horse-pistol. The Old man lived wilh his son-in-law, Philip Brown, a blacksmith, and slept in a front room of a small two-story house with two of Mr. Brown's workmen. Vis-ltnl-iy morning, about 8 o'clock, as was his wont, he went to the beer saloon of Adam Sebastian, four doors south, wliere he seated himself at a table, read the news paper, which was handed him at his ro qneet, and after sitting some time, chatting with those present, apparently in good spirits, arose and went to his own room, took a largo horse pistol from tho mantel, seated himself in a chair near tho wall, crossed his legs a...

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