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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 6 March 1871

tNntJug 9tik §umml rUBHSHEK DAILY-(Bnnd»y« Kxonpted i* H, W. fljl.sjfli. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At 019)4 —lata Strasrt, Klchmomd, V» The JerHNAL is served by the carriers to h elr fcscrlliere In the City nt Firri Cents per Momh. Single oopios In wrappers Three Osrrn. Price ro» Maiuho. — Three months II 76. six months $8 00; one year %» 0« Th, WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to snt soriliers three months for seventy-five rente; six months, SI 00; one year, %'i 00. ——^_———eeeeseesei_^—_—■ AUCTION SALKIi. By S. C. Tardy &, Co, Auctioneers. fVS A OF FOUR MONTHS. TWELVE HUNDRED BARBELS FINE OLD PURE RYE WHISKEY, AT AUCTION. ON THURSDAY, MARCH Oin, 1871, We will sell at our warehouse, In Ihe city of Rich mond, commencing at 11 o'clock, 1200 bariels PURE RYE WHISKEY, old and very line, in primo iron bound cooperage. This Whiskey is to bo sold by conical and at the request of parties interested, in order to wind up the estato of a deceased morchant, who held it ns an investment. It was di...

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. — 6 March 1871

B. fJV.OH.-U EMTOP ATT> PSoI-RIET.-K. No SH'i'i "lv!" Sti-oot, H!Cl<moi»(! V« MONDAY EVE'O, MAUCI/. fi, 1871. "Which I wish to remark, And my language is plain, That for argument dark, And for speech that is vain, Oar legislators are peculiar, Which the same I'll proceed to explain." Wo trust we shall not be accused of hyporcriticism, if we venture to remark that the wearisome word-spinning imlalgcd in by members of tho House of Delegates, miy be fun to the legal aspirants for col umn reports in tho daily papers, but it is death to tho peeplo these gentlemon have the honor to represent; and most earnest ly, but kindly, wo recommend they "leave off their damnable iteration," and begin to attend to tlio public business they wero sent here to transact. The cacivthes lo quendi has become chronic in our legisla tive body, and it is feared by many that the disease will not yield to mild treat ment, but will require abstinence from per diem to reduce the cerebral excitement which cau...

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. — 6 March 1871

dvttting £tat* journal. MONDAY EVE'G, MARCH, (i, 1871. Shocking Accident. A GOVERNMENT OFFICER BOILED TO DEATH. The Cincinnati Gazette says: A chroni cler of daily events is seldom called upon to inform the public of a more terrible death than yesterday befell Captain Thos. J. Barry, a worthy government storekeeper, at the distillery of Fleiachman & Co., near How the heart-rending accident occurred is now conjecture ; possibly it will always I remain so. After dinner ho was seen sit- I ting by an open window of tho distillery, I reading. Below him, on tho outside of I this apartment, was an open tub, contain- I ing tho worm. Frequently the water con- I tainod in this vessel became boiling hot I from the heated vapor within. It was bo I Later in the aftornoon Captain Barry was needed in tho lino of his duty as store keeper, and was sought about tho premi ses. Not being found, a messengor was I sent to Sedamsvillo, with no moro success. This awakened approhension, and a more carel...

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. — 6 March 1871

Gmvintj ftatc jjtmyttftl 1 MONDAY EV£Q, MARCH. C, 1871. iHIC -KCUSI.ATUIIK. Kichmond, March 6. Belli at*. wdcfi in the chair. ill authorizing the title of a cer land in Smythe county to be school trustees, was read the number of times, under a sus tho rules, and passed. LLS REPORTED FROM COMMITTEES. I porate the Bank of Commerce r'porate the Rockingham Banking Company. RODUCED, TWICE READ AND BE- I FERREr. Anderson, of Rockbridge—To c the Virginia Valley Railway ial Improvement company. . Fitzpatrick—To authorize the Uxandria and Manassas Railroad to connect tbo eastern portion _ of with tho southwestern extension ■lottesvillo to Lynchburg, ie—To incorporate the town of g in tbo county of Montgomery, c—To incorporate the Christians i Blacksburg Turnpike company, thorizo said company to construct I yon part of their road bed. . Greene—Providing that more township iv this Commonwealth bear the samo name. RECOMMITTED, bill to secure advances for agri lurposes. RANGE COMPANIES' DEPOSITS...

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. — 7 March 1871

gmmutl AlLY—(Sondavn Excepted IT w. an.i-.ii. I iHI) P-OPBntTOK. i Blr««l, Rich— io-'J 1 , Va i served by tho carriers to th,lr ity at Firrr Oemts pcs Mosth. rappers Totee Cents. to.—Throe monlbi Tl "6: ,1a oar ffl 00 DRNAL will be mulled to sub. tha for sever.ty-flr. ccnttj six volt, %7 on. pioic s--. i.i.'.w. ly <_ Co, Auctioneers. F FOUR MONTHS. HUNDRED BARRELS [IRE RYE WH'IBKKY, T AUCTION. )AY, MARCH 9th, 1871, warolions., lv the clly of Rlcb it IX o'clock, 1200 barrels PURE d nnd very lino, la primo ir.n --• be sold by consent and at tlio Interested, in order to wind up sed morchaot, who held it as a. listilled under his direction, and rpared to make It ns pure as can in respfct to the quality of the nuirriiliHip, presents attractions fall to appreciate, and it inu* ou of tbe large trado. anil of nl •LT.IO KYK WHISKEY, i crodit of four months f.r ap per. S. C. TARDY & CO. I. ltK ADDED, ! Immediately after the salo o tor casks .lulos Robin k Co. am: pure Ci'.QNAC BRANDY, ...

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. — 7 March 1871

II W.liir ;. rlOtC*. ■•91)1 «rr«»t, Etlriiinon<l, Va TUESDAY BVK'G, MARCH. 7, 1871- THE COKIUMIOfI —KB ITS WORK. The Joint High Ommtarfoß in taiily engaged in tha proHCßtioo of iv labors a Washington. What tho conclusion may be it is of course impossible to predict, but there aro many circumstances which pom to a satisfactory and auspicious result. Tho two governments have thomselves manifestly approached tho negotiations in a friendly and temperate mood and with a sincere wish for final settlement. The; must naturally desire that the effort shal not prove abortive. To resort at this lat day to so ceremonious and elaborate a agency as a Joint Commission withou some expectation of favorable results, am without some solid reason for indulgini such confidence, would only cover them selves with ridicule. We are moro than warranted in assu ming such sincerity and hopefulness of purpose from the fact that the questions in dispute have long been under discussion. They are not purely ten...

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. — 7 March 1871

I. 1871. I Unity :illed. y last, itucky, ninent I d Nat M I'in wn, in I led by I whole I eleven I laving I icn on I of the I p'.-.!- I ent or I , said I 1 and I then I ie for aenly lid in iVorJ I been stick, )d at I shots I king I last ging cart, ro at only :t of o by ord, arly ■eby ger, im ! re hen fith ctly 'ed, and hi, J 'ay. the md md ise. tho res' em ik m- lil, rd. eat >th nd "1 er is lie ■ a fp» ml nl, es, ie r i - in c r * c ) i i : i I I a i ise or it. If e fe n ui at id, t tii ad M M ni in „ 0. id to ■ :,c of :il 0 -1.0 ■e jd ;i --y, „ |M 10 le, to :. --_ y i re to m ! :- I ...ty had done more for education than any other countries. Holland, with its fens and tnanfa.ee, Scotland, with its barren hills, and New England, with ils granite and ice. These threo countriea had been the pioue'-rs of education, nnd had built up for themselves immense businesses founded bolely on an educational basis, j The last cousus shows New England I the highest in proportion to numbers in we...

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. — 7 March 1871

TUESDAY ETE'Q, MABCti. 7, 1871. THE „_GISLATVRie, I Richmond, March 7. Senate. I Mr. Snowden in the chair. Prayer by the Bey. J. L. Burrows. A large number of House hills wero read the second time and appropriately reforred. , Mr. Courtney presented the petition of i E. C. Starke for authority to sell certain lands devised her for life, and re-invest tho proceeds. HOUSE BILLS PASSED. To repeal tbe fence law in Lee and DralnesTille townships, Fairfax county. To amend the charter and change the name of the Planters' Savings Bank of Farmville. SENATE BILLS PASSED. To Incorporate the Merchants' and Man ufacturing company in the town of Peters burg. To incorporate the Farmers' Loan and Trust company. To Incorporate tho town of Luray. To authorize the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas Railroad compaoy to connect the eastern portion of their road with the southwestern extension from Charlottes ville to Lynchburg. DEATH OF A PAGE. Mr. Austin rose to a privileged question, and announced the de...

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. — 8 March 1871

PBB-ISHED DAlLY—(Sniui-ys Excepted BT v. W. GUi.«.:s. EDITOR AND r- l im>.ll-_OR, At OII*I4 Main „tr,*t, Klcfcmo-il, Va The JOURNAL t> served by the carriers to^ thoir snewrlbor. In tbe City at Fitty Oisijpm Mo«_. dingle copies In wr.pporr.Tn_i Onrra. Price roil Maui*-.-- Three months fl 75; all mint—(3 00; oneyoarJSCO The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers threo months for Mventy-flv, eenta; six months, IT 00; on" rear. S3 00. AltlliSE-MKSiTS. OT? D4Y ' ___U GRAND BALL FOR TOE BENEFIT OF JfeT THB CATHOLIC MALE ORPHAN ASYLUM, AT ASSEMBLY HALL, ON St. PATRICK'S DAY, Maecq I'm. Committee or Aurasqemests: JLWhlttaker, Walter Mahoney, Jamos llajs, Wm Rankin, .Tamos McGraw, Wm Solly, Dr J A Simons, John A horn, Oapt Wm Bngliah, John Oalliighor, D Brophy, 1* Fennessey, Dr Mahoney, F J Roiley, J V Cowardiu, James Golden. Managers : Gen.P. T. Moore, Chairman. His Ex Gilbert C Walker, Hon A M Keiley, Mayor, Gen Henry A Wise, Hon James Lyon.", Jamos A Cowardln, 00l H C Cabill...

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. — 8 March 1871

_■!■ !■■■■■- J«» M— M 1-, ■ iiTC>». ■ a 9 -fi, "*»i iir.iniiori'l. Vsv WEDNESDAY EVK'G, MARCH. 8,1871. Wi beHtrw w- aw Jfwß-wl in e-Mging thiit tlio D«mocr«oy design to go beforo the country in tlio Frcsiilenti.il ouivasa of 1872, noon tbo platform of opposition to ; ami aVstructk'n of, tire reconstruction mea sures, including tbe Fifteenth Amendment. Among tho grounds for this opinion, we will specify tbe following: Tho D«-OGr-tlo party was committed in 18C8 to priucipKs essentially the same as t_OM just rmffi«d, wad, though repeatedly charged with still adhering to Hiem, has never denied tbo charge. Individuals and a few journals havo undertaken to declare that tbe Democracy accept the situation, hut no organisation or body authorized to speak for the party, has formally or Im pliedly repudiated tbe doctrines of Frank lilair's Broadhead letter, which wero em bodied iv tbe Democratic platform of 1808. We have a right, then, to conclude tbat tbo national Democracy stand now, wher...

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. — 8 March 1871

WEDNESDAY EVK'G. MARCH. 8,1871. «'Ai» Eveninff wltli Koynlly.'' nOW A 00L0BI9 MAN WAS EECEIVEn IN EUROPE. [Prom the lialtimoro American.] Quito a large audience gathered at the Douglass Institute Monday evening, to listen to a lecture entitled "An Evening with Royalty." Tho lecture was delivered by T. Morris Chester, Esq., now a member of the English bar. Mr. Chester is a native of Harrisbarg, Pennsylvania, and during the war of the rebellion was war corres pondent of the Philadelphia Press. Mr. Chester is well known in Baltimore. He was introduced to the audience by Captain A. Ward Handy, who prefaced the intro duction with a few appropriate remarks. Mr. Chester said : Ladies and gentle- I mon, tbo history of our people in this country has beon most exceptional. A combination of circnmslancos has not only tended to make our experience most bitter but to prejudice against us one of the generous and chivalric of nations. Ameri cans, excepting their actions and prejudices in regard to...

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. — 8 March 1871

ivcttfog Jfate ggttwmtj, El ;.G, MARCH. 8,187* 1 T»r. I.HGISVATIH — Richmond, March 8 ' Senate. The Lieutenitnt-G'vcrin r in the chair. A comuiunication from the clerk o' the ' House announced the paieege in that body ' of a number of Senate bills and tho die- 1 missal of others. Senate bill to incorporate the Peters- ' burg and Brunswick railroad company ( was taken up and House amendments con curred in. Senate bill to at—hoi—c the qualified vo ters of Hanover to vote on the question of removing their couuty Beat to Ashland, with amendments proposed In the House, was takeu up, when Mr. Boiler offered as a (UVwtUute for Houee amendment, that such removal shall bo made upon the vote of three-fifths of tho qualified voteis of said county. Agreed to. Mr. French rose to a personal explana tion, and read from the Whig a statement ruado by Mr. Bagwell, of Accomac, that he (Bagwell) "was in Oeu. Mahone's room, when the General remarked in bis pre sence that Messrs. Mahood, Col. French and ...

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. — 9 March 1871

#wnfa_ #tate firowwl PUBLIBH-- DAILY-(Sundays Excepted At Bat- Street, Riciu-o-d, Va The JOURNAL Is served by thee carriers to their su-orlbere In the City »t Fum Cents r«a Mouth. Mingle coplea in wrapper. TnaM CiCTS. Paioi »0» Maiuno.—Three months $1 To; ail months $S <J0; on. year $8 00 The WBBKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers three month, for seventy-Are cents; ill months, U 00; one year, $2 00. TO ADVERTISERS. f Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding threo or four lines, will be in serted under the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for one Insertion; cr two insertions for FOR TY CENTS ; three Insertions, SIXTY CENT3—in variably CASH IN ADVANCE ] AMt'BKMEISTS. QT? PAT RICK' sTTaY. ijUj GRAND BALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF W THE CATHOLIC MALS ORPHAN ASYLUM, AT ASSEMBLY HALL, ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY, Mitten 17th. Committer or Ahranoements: J L Whittaker, Walter Mahoney, James Hays, Win Rankiu, James McGraw, Wm Kelly, Dr J A Simons, John Ahorn, Capt ...

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. — 9 March 1871

Gtontoq jstate journal Ho Oia'i nut). Iltl■•«!, Ulclimoml. v« THURSDAY EVE'G, MARCH. 9, 1871. To tlie Krrulers of tHe Journal. My connection i-.itli the State Journal as its editor and proprietor, terminates with the present issue ; and the paper, to day, passes into the possession nnd control of a joint stock company, consisting of many of the leading members of the Re publican party of tho State. The Journal began its career with the beginning of tho year 1804; and since April of that year, 1 have been, without interruption, cither its part or sole owner nnd manager. The burden has been an arduous one, attonded with many difficulties, but these have been compensated by many sources of pleasure and satisfaction. Tho Journal has been devoted unswervingly to tho support of Republican principles. Beginning in a period of flagrant war, it has survived that most terrible calamity, and has lived to see a restored Union and a triumphant and assured nationality. Ouring all the vicissitudes...

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. — 9 March 1871

THURSDAY EYE'G, MARCH. 9, 1871. "Annexation of San »omlngo. LETTER FROM JUDGE HARGF.ST, OF VIR GINIA—GOVERNOR GEARY I MESSAGE. The following letter from Judge Hargest, of Winchester, Va., to a gentleman in Harrisburg, Pa., has been handed to us for publication: Winchester, Va., Feb. 13, 1871. My Dear Sir,— lv your letter of Jan uary 19th, you asked mo what I thought of the annoxation of San Domingo and the removal of political disabilities from all the participants in tho late rebellion. I am much pleased to soe a state of feeling arrived at by the President and tho Senate in reference to what now promises to be a matter of abidicg interest to our country, not only for ourselves, but for our posterity, which places them in that ac cord, that is sure, when based upon patri otism, to evolve from strong common sense pure and lasting wisdom. Of course, it will requiro timo for tho public mind to become satisfied with its expediency, as well as for tho varied chan nels of enterprise to d...

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. — 9 March 1871

getting State foumat j The ltlvti Path. 11V JOUM 11. WHITTIER. No bird down tin hiO, The tangle I bank below «»< still. No rustle from the birchen str-ni, No ripple from tho water's benr. The dn>k of twilight rotind ns grew. We felt tlio falling of the dew ; For, from us, ere tbe day was dODC, Tho wooded hills shut out tbe pirn. Bit on Iho river's farther side We sa»the bill-tops glorifJril,— A lender glow, exceeding fair, A dream of day withont Its glare. With in tho damp, tho chili, gloom; With thera tho sunset's rosy bioom; While dark, through willowy vistas seen, Tbe river rode in shade between. Frem out tin darkness whore wo trod We gazed upon those hills of God, Whoso light seemed not of moon nor sun, We spa—l not, but our thought was one. We paused, as if fro— that bright shore Beckoned onr dear ones gone before, And stilled onr beating hearts to hoar Tbe voices lost to mortal tar ! Sudden onr pathway turned from night ; The hills swung open to the Pght. Through their g...

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. — 10 March 1871

(King £ tat* §<mml. ta I'UBLISHED DAILT-(Bnnday» Excepted At Oiaji Main Itra.t, niehmoad, Va The JOURNAL la served by the carriers to thoir anescrlberi In the City at Fimt Oasts na Mouth. Single copies In wrappers Trail Cihtb. Paioi »o» __uwo.—Three months $1 Ti; lis months $3 00; one year te 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to inb scribers three months for leventr-flv. cntsj six months, il 00; one year, $2 00. TO ADVERTISERS. [Advertisements of Lest, Wants, Fonnd, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will be In serted under the proper headings at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, for ono insertion; or two insertions for FOR TY CENTS; throo Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—in variably CASn IN ADVANCE ] LATE PAPERS. FKESII READING, HARPER'S WEBKLT, EVERY SATURDAY, LESLIE'S WEEKLY, HEARTH AND HOME, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, CHIMNEY CORNER, ILLUSTRATED COMIC MONTHLY, UUDQET OF PHUN, THE JOLLY JOKER, PUBNNY PHKLLOW, YANKEE NOTIONS, MIiRRYMAN'S MONTHLY, NICK NAX, 4c. Tho numerous WEEKLIES to band....

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 March 1871

&mk*% itatc |ouvnal. H , a A :, -i-etesU —.sr.hiiiontl, V» KVE'O MAUCH. 10, 1871. THK AOttItiVI.TWRAI. WHABO—I SCRIP. Tlio donation of lam! scrip by Con gmi to tlio States for Agricultural and Mechanical OoUegtt, >>«« everywhere pro voked a contest between the various edu cational institutions for its control. Everywhere the widest difference of opin ion seems to exist as to the precise mode of organizing such a school as is con templated by the terms of the grant: somo claiming that a simple polytechnic school will meet the case ; others that a model farm is needed. Without, discussing details, wo are pre pared emphatic-lily to state our conviction that this fund should not be placed under the control of any one of tho existing in stitutions of learning. As a rule, then is among theso institutions no clear percep tion of the special work that needs to be done, in the educational field, to fit men for the business of farming. It has been gen erally assumed that anybody wou...

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 March 1871

#Dtmii;j puts gjwwwl.l FRIDAY EVE'G, MAUCH. 10. 1871~ SPIRIT OF THE MORNINU PRESS' The Dispatch writes in excellent spirit, j fearlessly rebuking a partisanship and nar row-minded sectionalism which jeopardizes the most important interests. Tho par tisanship that seeks to livo by destroying the common wealth, had better elect al grave-digger, for its end is nigh. | AN IRON-CIiAD FOB. VIUOINIA. I Tho extraordinary conduct of some of the —embers of tho Legislature—their assertion that gentlemon of wealth living outside the State, who invest their money in Virginia, are not to bo trusted, since they are undoubtedly her enemies, and intend to do her an injury, and that, therefore, General Mahone must be made dictator to protect us from theso enemies of the State—logically led to the conclusion that we are in a state of war with outsiders, and must resort to war measures to protect the State. Hence come oaths of allegiance and tests of all aorta that aro used in time of war, and paina an...

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 March 1871

<_wmnjj ftate gflMttai FRIDAY I.Yi.Vi. MAUCH. 10, 1871. Ills Amwer to "Her Letter." lU.P r:TtT> UV TROTIiFVL .I.IMEB. Boing a'ked by nn Intinlata party — Which tin- aama I would term as a friend— Which hia health it were vain to call hearty, Since the mind t-i deceit it might lend ; For bis arm it was broken unite recent, ■And has something gone wrong with his lung. Whi.-h is why 11 It propor and decent I should write what he runs off his tongue. First ho says, Mi*s, he's read thro' your letter • TO tlir. rr,.!—uud the end came too so.n. That a slight illness kept him your debtor. (Which lor weeks he was ss wild as a loon.) That bis spirits are bouyaut as yours is; That with TOO, Miss, he challenges Fate, (Which tbe fanga. igo that Invalid osos At times it wore vain to relate.) And ho aaja Mial the mountains are fairer For once being held la your thought; Th.it eaten holds a wealth that is rarer Thau ever by told-seckor sought— (Wbieh are word) be would put In theso pages, By ...

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