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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 June 1871

tfttntog £ tate gomnat EBVVAHD DANIELS, Batter ami .Mnmi-er. \ii nl_'; '\;\in s-ii:i:i:i. RtmsioKn, Vt.tftSM Ollleial Paver for l!:e liovimmi'iit. y KRMrAY KVKXIXn". ,n"NK~_ii, IS7I. j EDI't'ATIOV Science in Public Schools. c ~ "— i The New York Slur gives us some vidua- ,: blc hints on the teaching of scienCO. As j we have before said, the obstacle is to find I teachers who understand the physical set- ' ciu'ies: "Let the teachers spend two OT three t hours a week with their classes in the -in- | dy of botany at the Central Park, on Staten Island, or in some of the many places in or | around: New York whore abundance of , plant specimens are to bo had to teach , from. In the same way two hours a week , could, with great profit, be devoted to lhe | study of zoology. The splendid collections , in the Central Park .Museum would serve ( to illustrate such instruction, and render j , it attractive, pleasing and impressive. Let j | our public school pupils be taught the gen- ; ( oral law...

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 June 1871

#Mtti»o J-"tate Journal FRIDAY EVENING, JUNK 23, 1871. i AGRICULTURAL. 1 Aaßict'i/rviu-: and War.—We have j received from tlio ——miner of agiioultmnl implemenls in the pnti'iit ofltoe the following statement : ' It is not generally known that daring the ' third year of the w»r, willi half a million ' of men taking from the industrial pui'snits ' of a peaceful agricultural lift, that there was ' a greater numher of acres of land under cultivation, and n greater harvest gathered ' in the free States than ever before known. ' This resulted from the use of machinery in | the cultivation of the soil, und which sup- ' plied the place of human muscle in the field. , This remarkable result of the influence of machinery in cultivation, promoting in so high a degree the prosperity of the country, ', lea me to investigate the subject from an other standpoint. . An examination of the records of the . Patent Office from lK"iO to 1 Slid inclusive, , shows that nearly ninety-eight per cent, of i 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 June 1871

, 1 <_wmnc| £tate §$wml Inj hands (tor workln., 1 >t done : iirl.v morning, lie Mil 111" sun • idly niver. as T— Id never _rmp it. ■ wen! I,y, ly l-.itiiic. s they piissed :tv,.i.\ : ,i\t.illo\\in_, and _Rd at— it:iv. lliey enter,! ilich- r.-i; i-ct of I lie _•.-id'. ... the lil. Bt. lo help me, heir aid: ■ i.op.ie me villi 111. !:i, -ore atiioil. never he finish—, ii;.nti my name, 1 :il til.c l.it.ot, o-y shuttle, rise tn meet Him. ilie fruits, at ye.rii, ire Hint titer ic:wv. vi.til.i liaslen — heir liffhl is iron..-, iti-h 1 had carried ivnrk well done. Is on ray bosom, ie of His cross ; hem so frail and i- sMe, rife and loss. UK I,.U>II>. Bate's Ajar" is going clergyman. That's leautifiil women of just eloped with it i Ibe "Bowery land." link you unconqtier itnlike nil other wo it lo contpier you. lave something warnl arriago." Miss l>. of her mother to her ely eoniplied with it. is attributed to the idom in the new Con nber asked him how "Knough to keep me' ither...

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 June 1871

RATES OF ADYKMTIMX.. Advertisements will be Inserted in the EVEN- ■ IN<» STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertiscnionls One square, one Insertion * 7fi ' fine square, two insertion. I -ii i One square, three Insertions 1 IB ' One square, six insertions ,'l no ; One square, twelve Insertions ;, __ j One square, one month In oo One square, two months IS on : I me square, three monl lis Uri 00 . _______________________________________ | TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost. Wauls. Found. Fo/j Rent, Ac, nol exceeding three or lour lines, wifK lie Inserted under the proper hemline* nt TWEN TV-FIVE CENTS for one insertion: on wo In si'itlons for FORTY CENTS: Iters- Insertions, SIXTY CENTS- —_rt_. CAM I. advaki■_. TABLEAUX. ~ I > \ ll l ihm : LOST. FOR FIVE NICiHT.X, AT ASSEMBLY HAEI.. i CoX-I.C!.- Moxd.iv, .I_.tr. Mm, the most siihlinie and _.inning sin.fill, of modern times—the orlflnnl and only I.OMfO!* -VIII.TOMAN TABt.KAIA n I'Alt.iltlSß I.OST! THE UHEAT RE...

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 June 1871

Nu. iii'J', Main Sfas-T. HiiM.oxß, Yi.oi.u o_cl_ Pater ll.r the t'-irrnmeni. SATI I'.l'W EVKNIXG, JUNEB4,IWJ. The Hepi'bmcan Nominee for iiiivKitxoii Of Ohio.—_____ Fo___ bee Xnyes, who lifts boon noniiii.tod candi date for tiovornor liy the Ohio Republican convention, let Cohunbu.- >, «ii< bom nt . Haverhill, Mass., on October :!, 1832. He was left an orphan in early boyhood, ami j \\a- bat thirteen years of age whon he. was apprenticed by liis guardians as a printer boy in tin' ofliiT nf tin' 1 lover (N. II.) Vmuiiia Slur. Four years Inter lie i|iiit this business ami went lo school, finishing his education in Is*i7 at Dartmouth College. lie migrated West, and was admitted the following year to the bur of Cincinnati, practiced law until the breaking out of the war, went into the army ft. major of volun teers, wits promoted to a colonelcy, lost a log in the Atlanta campaign in July, 1804, and retired from active service, lie was -übsequently breveted brigadier general.— Since...

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 June 1871

_sn^s_--_e___-______-------_________________ Owning Journal ; SATUROA JUNE 24,1871 ■ I UNCLE PETER'S DREAM. i HV AI'NT HOSIE. ' It was Monday afternoon, and Mrs. ' Brown bad llnisheil her washing. She had \ mopped up her kitchen, and made n fresh , lire in the stove ; hail tilled her teakettle, ( and put a pan of apples iv the oven.for tea; I while on the table stood a pan of nice, light ■ biscuit, ready to bake when they came out. { "Now," said she to herself, "T must J look up the hoys, and then run up stairs , and change my dress." She went to tho f kitchen-door, and called, in a clear, melo- | dious voice, "E-d-d-ire ! C-h-a-r-l-i-c !" ( Than she listened ; but she heard nothing ! save the humming and droning of the Hies i in the sunshine, the deep clucking of the old , hen to her brood, the sharp, wiry "peep- J peep" of the little chicks in answer, and , the plaintive, incessant bleating of the sheep c and lambs on the hillside. These sounds of { low life ,unmingled withhunian ...

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 June 1871

_.*♦.,, mi State ■ \TI i:i>\\ l\ i:\IM.,-It NK-'1,1571.) t'tiiinubinlltie.. . .. ,i im,. low liom it- s\v.ivin- ie ' "The world Is fair to llliie heaven atiove Arching mv home, And lie- sea I loi-' Snow v with foam Hl-own earth and tossing held- ot .run. Whisperinir branches and l'al'o.i- rain lliiriiini! blossoms qiienclieil in lev. . Odors of paradise- iiitl-i. loo' Ah ' yes, if-, tin- world i- lm to see Hul these make nol the |oj in mi r*ren«i Tho' fair lliev Is', For the sweetest thill", in ihi- world 3! •" To me ! lo me! 1- ihi-- thai I have some one lv line, And someone Unit line- i.ie. I.oie- me. li' Hirdiewas riirht in hisswaihe: ie- i We stu.li from d.iv loda.i. "To love." '-Tobeloveil.' We fon-el th 1 ■ I And carry bin this away, With "love" on our lips and loir iuoni beiro. We journey tin- life all throu; h. And placing our sorrows mid ho be np-it c ■ |~.\..' enters with us on Ihe new. r__A_t__ i'uatti.i:. •flte Republic of Mexico has S,SS.. ,!>7_ inhabitants. The S...

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. — 26 June 1871

It II I - OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will lie inserted in the EVEN -INIJ STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertisemeal -: One square, one Insertion $ IB One square, two Insertions 1 — One squitre, three Insertions 1 ?■"> One square, six Insertions a 00 I Ine square, twelve Insertions .". r.« One square, one month In no One square, two inon Ihs 1 s oo One square, three months 2.1 oo <_Mng $tirte gouwai COMMERCIAL, HONOR NEEDED. : New York financial circles have, quite recently, been agitated by another sudden collapse in the speculative haunts of Wall street. It appears that about April 1 acorn- ( bination was formed to .brec up the juice t of Rock Island stock and get a corner on 1 the bears. The principal men in the ( clique were Wm. A. Woodward and John ] F. Tracey, the president of the company, r Starting at 111, they gradually bought ' Rock Island till it sold on Wedncs- J day morning at 1.10. The capital stock is . one hundred and seventy thousand s...

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. — 26 June 1871

KlllVMlll DANIELS. I.liter anil ___■_*. j __ |t_a Sinn in. it-toMi. Via.i.i. Kill, ml Paper ft>r lhe I'll, eminent. MONDAY KVKXIXiI, .IINK ■__'», I>7l. HOD I.N NATI HE AND I'ROVIDENI'L. Lyilia Maria Child thus describes a meet ing of New England Unitarians. The dis cussions were upon a paper of Professor l,ongfellow: Mr. Weiss was the first speaker, lie admiral and extolled the essay-with the customary courtesy, and then took a little exception to the statement that order drj_ j not prove God. It seemed to him that when the Unite soul first arrive:: nt the idea I I.l'order it first arrives at the idea of the infinite —of liod. You must iiiun that idea of all-pervading unity which i< the fragrant. from tlie topmost bough ou the tree of _b. ! and responds to the uifinile. The idea ot the divine unity is the ______ of all human Riils. Whenever, having that idea present with you, you touch j any atom of creation of the order which j cannot be broken, you touch the skirts of (ro...

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. — 26 June 1871

getting estate gotttnal NKXNDAY EVK.NINt;, JUNE 1871. | DOMESTIC. linn- on (___•_ 1 mil. HV l-STEEI.K KIXIKRSON. The season when fruit will be plenti ig fait approaching, and those housekeeper, who have seen how much their canned fruit was enjoyed the last winter, will be making calculations to put up a large sup ply the present summer. There is nothing healthier, and really, hardly anything cheaper, than canned fruit. It may seem unnecessary to those who are already adepts at the art to write any thing on this subject ; but 1 can assure such, that there are hundreds of bushels of fruit spoiled every year in this town alone. A lady not long since was telling mo that last fall she put up three baskets of as hand some peaches as were ever gathered, aud every bottle was spoiled. I constantly hear the fatlies talking about their spoiled f'riiii. There is another remark I often hear, ami which seems absurd to me. 11 is this: "My fruit always white-molds, ami 1 think it improves it." Ther...

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. — 26 June 1871

fwritf .Mat. gomml MONDAY BVfiNTNG, .lINK M, 1871. [ Written t.r tit- ___f| J annul. FAITH. Say tliat ins name has perished here Prom off life's list —ami ill mine ear. Breathe that most awful word to hear Whose darkness must __>ver _.fep Dill sunshine from the hills of sleep!— But never in the hoi,lest hour That gives the tongue of evil, power, Bare cast p_epers__ nn his name Or link his life to d.-eil- of shame:— llealh has a lovelier face than ilonbt, And cannot crush our soul-love out: Aud better coldness of the .rave, Than life which has such fears to luavc' And tho' death's uu_el-j>:tle, ellace, The lines of glory from his face. And angels of ascension, bear His soul aloft thro' fields of air, Still If from nut Ho duel I lift .1.1/1 mil bind ()' lei il he The memory of his constancy That liids me rise, and sing anew _____ ill _'-"', and mttlmood ti uel I.im:. Agriculture a Friiiul. A writer in tho Cincinnati Times, having perused Horace (ircclcy's book about f'arm mg, wi...

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 June 1871

RATES OF \m 1.1.T15.-SU. Advertisement., will ...» .n__rte4__i tin- KVKN- i ING STATE .TOURNAI. at tho following rales, c xeept Icff.'il :tfivi*rtis.m"iity One square, one. insert ton 7.". Bne square, two insertions. 1 2_ ne square, three insertions ; 17,-, One square, six inpertions ;{<->> One square, twelve insertions , r, /so One square, on. month lo oo (>ne square, two months tlit i$ oo One square, three months ___ on TABLEAUX. pARABTSE LOST. FOR FIVE NIGHTS, AT ASNEMHI.V HAM.. < C'oMSlßxi-i.yo Mom. iv, .Tt xi: .urn, the most snbllme and imposing spectacle ol modern time.—the original tiiitl only i LONDON __.TC_.A_ TABLEAU. 1 " F . ( PAJI.IDJBM LOST' THE aREAT REBELLION IN HEAVEN '' ' THE WAR OF THE ANGELS! \ ' THE FALL OF SATAN AND THE FALL OF i i MAN! 1 As .escribed l.y John Millou in his immortal : ] |»eliis of Paradise Lost, il. being a complete i> luslralloiiof this grout poem from beginning lo ( end, carrying out Milton's Idea of HE .VEIN HELL, CHAOS nml ...

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 June 1871

<_ .ennui J. tate ifouriwl RUWARB DtMl'l.s. Eiliti.r nn.l ___n__ni. Nn. HI-, Mi l.i Btbikt, Rh-hmi.mi. A'ik.ii.via OHlclnl I'iiiwr Ter tlie t'overnmellt. ll ESDAY BVKNIKC., JUNE 97, I__ TllE season lii- now so far ______ tlint some intelligent estimate may be l__e as to the prospects of the growing crops. In j cotton a large decrease in __ t< >t_l product is looked for; n cold wet sprint; i?i the i Sinth hindered the planting of the staple, i and it is estimated that in eighl of the cot- I ton States there is for IST! n decreased acreage of nearly 1,000,000 acres, It is generally lielieved that there will he a fall ing off of from ..00,000 lo 1,00(1,000 Kales ill the crop for Is7l ; y_ it in thought that the planters will make mora money Hum lust year, as they have raised more provi sions, and the low prices of the last crop have led them to conduct their ______ in I more economical manner, while thedecrease in production is likely to be in v great men sure counterlialanccl...

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 June 1871

«... ■—I . .— —"—-—- ... tffmtng jWntc .—.-..■■ —-- ■ ■■■■-. .-^________________ TUESDAY EVIAIM;, JUNK 07, I*7l. SKETCH BY A NOIITHKR-* tfVOI!R -sio.M.sr. Phot. Hopkins, the talented editor of the Rochester Western Ilural, gives the fol lowing racy sketch of a portion of Virginia passed over by tho recent editorial exonr- KN ROUTE FOB STACNi'ON. Passing out of Richmond we go through what was the outer line of Confederate works during the war, and cross I he t'hiok ahominy bottoms, where McClellan's right rested. We have with us our loader's bro ther, Major Jed. llotehkiss, who was engi neer on Stonewall Jackson's staff until that officer's death, who is now mapping \ 11 -ginia by counties, under the auspices of the Washington and bee I'niversitv, and who knows more about the State, its topogra phy and resources than any other maiHii ing. in all probability. A pleasant talker, with a vast fund of general information, and having that over at his tongue's end, Major llotehkiss is such ...

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 June 1871

TUKKDAY KVKNIXG, JUNK _7, 1871., 'I'll.- Brook li) 111,- Way. BT_AH -__>. oh, liitl.. l.i-ooK, why im. uit.iii. mil __c Ai lhe side of the dusty wnj, Where never a Bowefor a _iuli nr a line Comes up, tor the falro.l Mnv" \\ li.'rt' up unit down, the whole year _~ Move in and fi'" tin- 6_l at Ihe Uu-oiifr, Who, In the iiri".s of wink ami can l , For thee er thy pony, Uaiti __tt__l to spot- ' i'liril sllvsry eitlTl'lll Sholfld lali.li ami leap i'liroii-li siini.'_l,'ii in the woodland old, Wh.'it' tViiu'iii" moss in thi- Iniiil, -li.iul.! |.ivi.|i An.l the lily her heart lllil'nlil. Aii,l into rlo lion somt> mhl.livl lu'.ni 51,.m1,1 weave tor the world the |....im ilii.n an : lliu when >liall poet by wai.-r. .-la. Thai waste their ilian'n on Ihe dull lii.'liM.u Out U_f__ lhe little brook, louder >iill: "Oil, bin tin' world i* free! 11 iiimi' have thouplii tor the way-i.li- rill, What niiitti'i'i'th ll tome! 1 can bide my time for ni\ meed nl fame, And I -in. and shine a. 1...

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. — 28 June 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will he inserted In Ihe EVEN ING STATE JOURNAL at the following rale?, except legal advertisements : One square, one insertion t 7,"i One square, two insertions 1 26 One square, three insertions i 75 One square, six insertions 3 on One square, twelve Insertions ;, 50 One square, one month \\ ill 00 (Ine square, two months ,' 1H 00 line square, three months ~.', H SO MARRIED. ,„ In Manchesier, on the ISfn Inst., hy Ihe Rev Wm. 11 Christian, Mr. FRANCIS F. MARKS, I ', , ' l, ' r * bm '" Mi "" MATTIK A. MARTIN, of the former place In Manchester, on the |.-,u, Inst., by the It. v. i\l_-.*J. Christian, Mr. WM. R. BLUNT lo Miss SUSAN A. BURTON. In Baltimore, on the 6th hut., by the Rev. J. TV M . lOT'SKf WILLIAM H. FERINE to (IHRIS IIANA MENZLES, only daughter of the late Irederick Ahlsleger, all of that city. D__>r June 27th, JETHRO LEE, in the sev uh year of his age. TARLEAUxT T)AR AlilSE LOST. LAST THREE NIGHTS, AT ASSEMBLY HALL, CoMHENCINU Tm-RS...

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. — 28 June 1871

RATTS OF ADVERTISING. Advert foments will be Inserted In Hie EVEN ING- STATE JOURNAT, at tho following rate?, except lfp.-tl advertisement*;: One square, one insertion % 7.". One square, two insert ions I 25 One square, t-hree insertions 1 75 One square, six insertions 3 on One square, twelve insertions 5 no One square, one month 11l 00 One square, two months is 00 One square, three months 2fi 00 MARRIED. In Manchester, on the 1.1111 Inst., by the Rev Wm. H. Christine, Mr. FRANCIS F. MARKS, formerly of Petersburg, In Miss MATTIE A. MARTIN, of the former plnee. In Manchester, on the lAtli Inst., by the Rev. Wm. H. Christian, Mr. WM. R. BUM' lo Miss SUSAN A. BURTON. In Baltimore, on the Gth Inst., by the Rev J. W. M. Williams, WILLIAM 11. PERINE to ('HRIS TIANA MENZL.ES, only daughter of the late Kreilerick Ahlsleger, till of that city. DIED. June 27th, JETIIRO LEE, in ihe seven nth year oi his age. TABLEAUX -pARAOtSB LOST. LAST THREE NIGHTS, AT ASSEMBLY HALL. C...UMEKCIKU TIIIRSIMV, ...

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. — 28 June 1871

_vcni«fj $toU fnunwi ~ " * ~"'" ' EDWARD DAMKIA, Editor and Mnnni'rr. N • mil M.V1.1 striiht. BtCUOSB, VISoIXIA j on., .il Paper Tor ih<- BannaMM, WKDNESDAT EVKN'Ii, .11XE28,1871. j The i|iiict of our summer repose, is pleasantly broken by a brilliant passage of arms between our neighbors of the Dis patch mul Bnqtrircr, upon {he powers con ferred upon tto President by the Ki-Kbx bill. This is the Empiin-r\* last : We asserted day before yesterday thst, "die Dispatch is in error in -nipposing that under the Ku-Klu\ bill the President may ileelare martial law." Tbe IMt/KttrJi of yesterday denies our allegation, and proceeds lo show thai the President lias (ha power to doelncc maitial law outside of, and independent of, tie Ku-Klux bill. This is a new metbpd of Smith asserts that "Brown is in error in supposing that there is a cat in the (arret of Jones's house." And Brown says, "No such a thing: there is a cat in the garret ol'the First Baptist church." This reminds us of a woman'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. — 28 June 1871

(ivmtog f tote !<nmwl AVEDXESDAY EVMN'i;, .M'XK-jS, 1871. • POLITICAL NOTE*. (len. Oeorge W. Morgan has set the Democratic ball in motion in Ohio. The Cincinnati Times says since the death of Vallandigham the Ohio Democracy are getting into their old ruts again. The Prohibitionists of Morgan County, Ohio, have nominated a full ticket for repre sentatives and county officers. Among the delegates from the Fifth Dis trict to the Ohio Republican Stale Conven tion were six Hermans who never before acted with the Republican party. "Assistant Democrats" is given as the name of the Labor Reformers in New Hamp shire. An exchange wants to know who "Gave them that name." The Pittsburg Commercial suggests that since the death of Vallandigham has left the Democracy without a leader General Frank P. Blair should come forward to take the direction of affairs. The Clucago Republican says Mr. John Wentworth is talked of a,s the Democratic candidate for Mayor of that city next Fall. It adds that e...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 28 June 1871

_____ l mssssmsjsmsmsssm _ani»9 $ti\tt fflmwl \\ KDXKSBAYEV&N'fi, .U'Yi: Hill H«»\S AMU (ilill. . Ui a.i and Mna are lltoilar... I.lltle one, come 10 "ii I Hark how ihe rata i pouring Over the roof, In the plicli-buu k iiifhi. Ami the wind iv the wood- i roariim ' lln-h mv darling, and listen. Then pay lor ihesiorv with kisso> father was lost iv the 'pilch-Mack t.iirhl. [v jii-i enen a sionn v- tin- is ' Hi. li upon the lonely uiouuiaii^. Where the wild men watched and wailed, \ Weill's ill the foresl, and hears ill ill.' hush. Aud I on my path lielated. I'he rain and Ihe night locelher, Came down, and the wind cnnic after, Mending the props of (lie i-inc-iree root Aud snapping'many a raller. I crept along in the flarkne™. Stunned, and bruised, and blinded Crept to a 111' with thickset liolltills, Aud a sheltering l"0Ck liehind il. I ing ami ihe raining, to hide me : ,o creen e\ c.- simile, v beside me. hlene.l : her, the lOllff, Ion;' llijlhl wealher. uaiusl me : the other :...

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