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

. — ■■_■■■ - ■■■ ■■ —' ' '■'■■ ■ ■——,■ _,.,-___■ -,-__■___ (Irvcnitin £t*tt r%__ • <g *_________* g -»v* g g I ______== fie iPftui) Stole j'0wtiwL One square, one Insertion $ 7ft v / W / (>no square, two insertions 1 2ft / / ___fl_fln*\ inwsqnari. three insertions 1 7ft jr One qqnare, six insertions 8 00 One square, twelve insertions 8 CO : __— — ",.„■_,__, .._ JL-,—. — : ~:.i ___: ; _.—; - — ... — ~ _. ; _... ! —-—_, !5SS«::::::::::::::::::BS -MSfcSSJ RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 207, ft9~Joarrn's Inodorons Kid Wove Cleaner By it* aid gloves can bo quickly and repeatedly cleaned and made equal to new; even when bad ly soiled they can- be readily restored. It is easy ot application and is perferfectly free from any odor. For sale by druggists and fancy goods dflnlers. Price, 2f, cents a bottle. %4)-K,lwards, 390 Hroad Street, sells all **n* of NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES at publishers' prices, and deliver the same at your residenc. or place of busi...

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 July 1871

o tat* Jffutttat. THURSDAY KVKN'G, .IULY ti, IH7I. OUR BOYS AND (Hills. Something for the Girls.—l sup pose you really love these rough, tensing brothers of yours, but don't you think you might show it a little morn pleasantly ': 1 can tell you I know all about boys, f was brought up in a house full of them. 1 have enough in my own house this very minute to keep things from getting dull and stupid. I know just how rough, and noisy, and heedless they are: how they forget to wipe their feet on muddy days, throw their caps and scarfs on the floor, and leave their books in tho queerest places, to tie hunted up in the last minute before school time. I know how they whittle on the carpets, paste kilos on the chair seats, daub the table covers with paint, and spill mucilage on the bed and bureau. I know how they come in with a whoop, and clatter up stairs like so many fire engines, the moment the baby goes to sleep; and now they are always leaving the doors open, and cutting, and burning, ...

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 July 1871

Kimilll) DANIELS. BUM ninl .Vlanaaer. No. tirj*. Main sn.rr-. RtrnauftO, YnaiM.t Oulrinl Paper fur Urn l.ov minimi. THtTRSDAi KVKVi;,.!! I,V ,;, 1871. I'Alt m M vi iiim:i;\ . Hlowiim mid I'liltivniiiie l.j- Strum. Horace < (reeky, in a recent letter from Urn South, describe)) a visit to n plantation lifty miles below New Orleans, where the mium f'aclnre of Miiiiir is a specialty. ()ne thousand M(M are cultivated. I'Wlor's plow inuui.'t eliinery is twed, Imported from Kiifiland. The plows are drawn across the field by tWO thirty-horse steam engines, provided with drums, on which the wire ropes that operate the plows are wound. One engine is placed on each side of the field, and the draw alternately wind ami unwind the rope, drawing the plows batik and forth be tween the engines. "The ground," writes Mr. (iieeley, "was cane stubble, heavily ridged or hilled to counteract excess of moisture, with Ihe 'trash' of last year's crop lying between the rows, and constantly clogging and cho...

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 July 1871

THURSDAY EVIN'O, Jl LI 0, 1871 lluw the Devil I'nine M lie the I'mroii Balm o the l.n-vyrrs. AN AKeiKST llt-Tolue 11 AM . IIOTS. When Poirerv in llrltain .-v uyed, I've read, l"h« luiey.es reared tliov Would be ihllii'.l wl.i dead, Becatue lliev hail no Saint to hand Ihelr prnyei An.l iii Heaven* court lake care of their alt'ait I iii-i-«lon' iwiiuliiim. Bvanns the* -cut 'I'o Home with a huge pane, on llii* intent. That to the Holy Father maliim.- known Their wofnl ease. He might :'W>oinl tinm one. Helnit arrived, be opens his complaint In laiiKtutKi' smooth, mid lmiiil.lv bogs aeaint | For why, say* he, when others on Heaven wool call, Physician*, seamen, Bcholnr*, tradesmen, all, Have their o\l n saint, We l,ue</, r* Bone at all. The Pope was pnsatt it. never puzzled worse, For with plea- it eye* -aw In- ihe proffered purse, Hut ne'er in all Ids knowledge or lit- reading. Had met with on*good man wbrtrpractk ed juead iUK Who then should he lhe *alnl ho could not i.-11. At le...

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 July 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will bo inserted In lln> EVEN ING- STATE JOURNAL at Hie following rates, except legal advertisements One square, one insertion * W One square, two insertions J j» One square, three insertions 1 7A One square, six Insertion* ■> JJ9 One square, twelve Insertions • One square, one month '■ ' One square, two months ™ "" One square, three months «> '"' ssy-Je«rrn'« Inodorous Kid etore (leaner By its aid ((loves ran be quickly ami repeatedly cleaned and made equal to new ; even when bad ly soiled they can be readily restored. It I - essjj of application and is perferfectly free from any odor. For sal* by druggists nnd fancy goods dealers. Price, 2.1 cents a bottle. Mg_dwanl», a*) Broad Street, sells all kinds of NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES nt publishers' prices, and deliver the same at your residence or place of business without extra charge- Special attention paid to the prompt and eafly delivery of the Richmond and New York dally pap>rs. __f...

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 July 1871

Evening £tatc journal EDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnit Maniwer. No. »12<A Mais Stkkut. Bichhoku, Yishisia OQlils.l Paper Tor the Government. FRIDAY KVENINIi, JULY 7, IS7I. KntlHentlon of the Treaty of \\ iisl.ii.-:■...■. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT. The proclamation of the treaty of Wash ington, dated the sth instant, commences as follows: lliitin Prt-si>l'nt ft/ thi I'ttitxt matt* of* Amr.ricie Whereas a treaty between the United States of America and her Majesty the Queen of the I 'niied Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, concern ing the settlement of all causes of difference be tween the two countries, was concluded and signed at Washington by the high commissi..nets and plenipotentiaries of the respective govern ments on the Sth day of May last, which treaty is word for word as follows : [Here follows the treaty, and the procla mation concludes:] And whereas the said treaty has been duly i iiilie.l on both parts, and tin- respective ratifica tions of the same were...

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 July 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 1871. COLUMN ON HEALTH. [From Ihe Herald of Health.] Interesting Casks of Heredita ry Longevity.—Freegift \\ ells, a wor thy member of the Shaker Community, deceased on Saturday, the IMb. of April, 1871, need Ho years, 10 months, ami 2."> days, lie was the youngest of a family of eleven children, all now dead, save one, whose present age is oyer 99 years. The remarkable longevity of this family is worthy of notice, and Abigail Wells, the parents of said family of chil dren, were each, respectively, Sfl ami 85 years of age at death. The names and ages of the ten children, who lived to ma ture years, were as follows, viz: Tears. Mbs. V>tys. SethY. Wells, deceased, aged SI 1 2 11 Thomas Wells, Jr., deed, aged "4 n 1.1 Benjamin Wells, deccs'd, aged 87 2 PI Calvin Wells, deceased,.asred SI 1 S Luther Wells, deceased, aged 86 '■ 4 Stephen Wells, deceasd, nged BS 111 fl Hanner Wells, deceasd, aged 80 1 11 Jesse Wells, now living, aged !t:t and over. Abigail 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 July 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 7. Wi. IN SOLO DEO SAM'S. by j. sr i i.muxr. Art thou low and sick and ,hear> ! Is the spirit sunk and weary Willi Its tight against Ihe ills of life thai ■ eem to fill the air? (lird thy loins once more and try — The stout heart wins the % iclori, Hut never dark despair. Does temptation strong approach thee ltoes some secret wrong reproach thee With its conscience-voice aceusingjlev of nior than thou canst bear? before high heaven cleanse thy hiva-t: "Go, sin no more," and thou'lt find rest, Hut never In despair. Have dark clouds thy life o'ershaded ? Have thy bright holies waned and faded In the mist that seemed to shroud from thee th beautiful and fair? Oh. think! the morning follows night, llehind the darkest cloud is light- Hut never in despair. Has death's icy band bereft thee? Have thy dear ones slept and left thee. Far to wander In the spirit land where never ci ters can'? Well, seek the One lo be thy guide. And you may yet live side by side : But hot...

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 July 1871

tfmuna State journal /5Wr| lp ™ ,! nl I L I t&ut flifttW PwfC J0111OIHL One square, two insertions 1 2ft IF One square, three insertions 17ft jr One square, six insertions 3 00 One squnre, twelve insertions A fio zz ' "" M ' ■ .,.""' . - . - -■ ■ ■—■;,-, — .•-"-•.,'". ' '' ' " '" . :. — ■ —■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ .., .,,-.-.— -——, ————-— —■— —■ —— — One square, one month 10 00 "" ' ■o"Joaven'« Inodorous Kid Glove I leaner By Its aid gloves can be quickly and repeatedly cleaned and made equal to new; even when bad ly soiled they can be readily restored. It Is easy of application and Is perferlei tly free from any dor. For sale by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price, in cents a bottle. g^r-Edwards. 229 Broad Street, sells all kinds of NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES at publishers' prices, and deliver the same at your residence or place of business without extra Special attention paid to the prompL and early delivery of the Richmond and New York daily papers. AxTllillinril Temple—Bedford and Iv...

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 July 1871

dvniing £tate journal I;l)\\ \KD DANIELS, Editor anil MniiMcr N". Hl2l-4 Maih Strf.kt. lit, hm,,ii,. Yiß'iihia Official Pnper Tor the Uovernmeni. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 8,1871 MISS KETURAH - S YEARLING. How ll Brought Her n llu-bniul. "I don't believe Ketury woulil sell that critter lor its weight in gold. It's a cosset brought tip on cream, I tell her, and seeing she's notional with nothing but hens anil ducks and live stock to keep her company, it ain't a wonder she sets so much store by what she's raised. That's just how the OMS stands, Lisher !" |■ - ■ «™»i The man addressed as "Lisher" was leaning on a pair of bars that led into Miss Keturah's pasture, doing just what the good book commands us not to do, viz : "Coveting his neighbor's possessions." "I jocks," said he, with his gaze fixed on a pretty, frolieksonie young animal, clean of limb and straight of back, with soft, bright eyes, like a girl's, "1 wish I could contrive to get hold of that Alilernay yearling ; there ain't ...

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 July 1871

toning gottrnal SATURDAY KVENINt;, .IT'T.Y s, IX7I. DOMESTIC. SINGING UNDER THE BURDEN. It is the misfortune of our climate thai on almost every American farm the most cfcelightful part of the year is quite the busi est. There is hut one farm in a hundred where tho weeds in the corn and potatoes are not clamoring for the cultivator and the lioe, while at the same time the mow-lots arc deraandine; the cutter liar. As the hot sun of July urges vegetatioiij the deepening gold mion the fields of grain show to the farmer's eye thai it is time to put in the reaper. All sensible women, in families of this sort, will adapt themselves to the de mands of the farm and do what they can to lighten the heavy out-door labor. They will pick peas, weed garden beds, milk the cows —drive to market, rather than take a hand from the field for work that they can do. The burst of summer sunlight at bedroom windows wakens thousands who arc not yet restored by sleep from the fatigues of the day before, and ...

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 July 1871

_ M __________s__■_— _sn_—. tfwninfl Journal. SAT! RDAT EVENING, JPLYS.IWI. FROM MY NURSERY. Forty-six Yearn Ago. by j, i i.t ty.titn tiotv'r When I was a little child. Said mv passionate nurse, and wild : "Wiish'voii, children, clean and white; ilodmaycall you any night." I 'lose mv tender brother clung, While I said with doubtful tongue "No. we cannot die so soon ; For you told, the other noon ; Of I hose months in order fine. That should make the earth divine ; I've not seen, scarce five years old. Ah,i,ilis like those of which you told." Softly thsn, the H fill's hand Loose mv frock from silken band. Tentler smoothed the fiery head, Often shamed for ringlets red. Somewhat gently did she say : "Child, those months are every day. Si ill, mi-thinks, I wait in fear. For thai wonder-glorious year— For a spring without a storm, Slimmer honeydewi d and warm, Autumn ol ro'buster strength. Winter piled in crystal length 1 will wash me Clean and white ; Gtxl may call me any night. I must ...

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 July 1871

==sw=r- jffTto,* flTTni liHrllr 11iH m f\t%Vt% lit I Advertisements will be inserted in the EVEN- %. P III t I ■ I I I I I I '— I II J Lr\ III I I I 1 One square, one Insertion % 75 II -v "v -v "V >■*" One square, two insertions 1 25 If One square, three Insertions 1 75 p ()ne square, six insertions 5 00 _ w—— _ -^^- , , _ __ _. „ J—— ITTr One square, twelve Insertions A BO _ , , " _ ... ' —: : ■ . - SIHE»::'::::;; : :-E::H RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY EVENING, J ULY 10. 1871. VOL. III. NO. 210. »_' Jmi ten's Inodorous Kid Glove Cleaner By its aid gloves can be quickly and repeatedly ( cleaned antl made eqnal to new; even when bad ly soiled they can be readily restored. It Is easy . of application and is perferfectly free from any dor. For sale by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price, 2B cents a bottle. • '" a s_-Subsrrlhe to Edwards' Circulating Libra" \ t ry, now containing nearly FIVE THOUSAND ; VOLUMES of choice and Interesting reading matter on all subjects. Terms moderate, onl...

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 July 1871

EDWARD DAMEI.S. laliior ami Mnnngrr. No. BUM MAUI Stri:i:i. Ho HW'Nn, Virhisia (MR, in I Payer lor the (.01 mullein. \ioNn v i.\ enixu, .ni.v 10, i-7i. mi: CENM s of i-io. We believe tlml hitherto no publication lias baeil iiitnle of the results of the census HBoWing lite -e|ltlt:tlc llUllllu'ls ol 1110 whiles ami blacks. We present tin- reader* of tlie -loirsai, willt sncli tables this evening, which ran be relied on as accurate and olti- I'ial. They will furnish the thoughtful citi zen with liinil for reflection ami speculation, and should he carefully preserved; Vra have spc-iii Mune hours in analyir.ing thane tables and comparing tliem with those of the census of Isi id, and with the following results: The increase of the aggregate population ol' all the States and Territories during the ten years is 8,003,429, and tlie rate of in crease is above twenty-one and nine-tenths per I'l'itt. The increase of the whole white population is 6,301,793, and the rate of in crease is 34.4 per...

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 July 1871

MONDAY EVKXINC, .ll't.Y Hi, IS7I. Co-operative Colonies. It seems to us that cooperative colonies might be made the means of improving the condition ivf a very large proportion of those who crowd our commercial centers, and who have nothing to rely upon for support hut their physical toil. 'I here are large areas in this country where a very small amount of labor will supply ample food and clothing for a large family. In many of tho Southern States there are lands where an industrious laboring man could, with the produce of a very few acres, and the wages of such work as he might get to do, live in a measure of comfort which, with constant toil, early and late, he never could attain in any large city. Some three years since we Visited tho State of Delaware, and noticed particularly the results of the intelligent cultivation of the worn-out lands of the section throngh which we passed. A judicious rotation of crops, together with a supply of fertilizers derived from the bodies of ici...

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 July 1871

-t-cniiui #>ta& gonnal MONDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1871. Uom'l'lliN, RosebtU— grow in a garden tfcej say— Not Bill Many Ihere are In lane and 11,1,1. Fragrant usanv the gardens v ~'!,! Tli crow lor all. Rosebuds grow in a garden tli,v -ay. Not all' Hrlithler than ili„>,- in gayest parterre, Arc those thai sprint; from a heart 1 uiocre. Jtisl vviibiu call. li,,M'i,ii,is ui-ov, i,i a garden they say. Not all! Smile ilia! we pluck in a home of pen »\ Freshened with blossoms of glad — art* as*— Thcv never fall. Hoji'buds grow in a garden they say. Not all' 1 kmnv some found on :i baby's mouth, Sweeter than breezes blown from the south— These be»i of all. Rosebuds (rrow in a garden ihe.v -ay. Not all I out on theconflnes ~1 Heaven > bin,'. Ai'.' they not waiting for me ami yon ' Hoauly for till. Splinter,. Why is tlie treadmill like a Iruo convert ? Answer ~~~BCCMM its turning is the result ol conviction. A Mi--,iini iitmtlii'i', liuntcd down Ivy I brave party, proved lo be a l...

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. — 11 July 1871

RATES OV ADVERTISING. vortlsements will ho inserted In the EVEN STATE JOURNAL at the following rates [it legal advertisement*: square, one insert lon ♦ 7 square, two insertions 1 » tine square, three insertions 17 line square, six insertions J 00 One square, twelve insertions * < i hi,' -qiiare, one month 1" "* One square, two months It* * One square, three months 2ft ou AMUSEMENTS. IE FIRST FANCY AND MASOUERADE BALL OF THE SEASON, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, IREENRRIEK COUNTY. WERT VA. FIRST FANCY AND MASQUERADE BALI. WILL TAKE PLACE WEDNESDAY. JULY 26th. lostmner" with an elegant wardrobe will hand. Every arrangement is made for a ml success. _ 1-2111420 OEO. L. PEYTON -CO EXCURSIONS, i t HSIO.N TO NORFOLK ! /fCSTV CHEAPEST YET ' (O_Jl I I NORFOLK AND BACK FOR *2 ! VjHr MEALS EIFTY CENTS ! IEFRESHMENTS AT CITY PRICES RAtIISE LODGE, ,M». ... X Ol P., give an excursion to Norfolk, on the elegant the t steamer "JOHN S YLV EST El!," leaving ,vharf on MONDAY MORNING, JULY 17TH, o'clock A...

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. — 11 July 1871

.VCmufl .!vnal KDWAHO lIIMKI.S, Editor and Mummer. No. 912H Mais Stkkst, BicHMoxn, Vtaemts inn, i:,l Hniwr Tor the (l„\, minim. Tt BSI)A\ EVENING, .11 I.V 11, IS7I. IIKMIIII NEWS. The average depth of the ocean is about three miles. Pittsburg forbids the sale of cigars by ilnii'iiisfs mi Sunday. A Norwegian, aged iiinelv-oiio, secured a government homestead out West last week. Chicago la overbuilt, mid rents are going (go is iiiitaken ul |600, A 1,,,ii,1,,n jeweler litus lieen live veal's nt work upon a watch, anil it will lie wortli l.ullcr is now iiiijinrU'tl from Australia to Fngland, and is saitl to arrive in large quantities anil in good order. It is estimated tliat there are ;>,oiiii,iii>h c ins in tlie COII-try, the dairy products ol wlvt'h iinnuallv is 3,000,090 |>ounds of! cheese ami 575,000,000 ii«>im<ts ol' butter. People talk ahoiit going to Florida in search of health, anil yet the hooks of the internal revenue department show that there is hut one solita...

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. — 11 July 1871

TUESDAY EVENING, .11XY 11, I*7l. OIK BOYS \M> SHU, Fire-Fly. What is F.mniie looking al T Mamma, Emmie looks al tint— Hals a tnie wiz tire in ll— Wont it bum up in a minute? Wun'l il. i Never burn up ' No ' Always go ou sliintn' so ? Mamma, s'rioetn' in tlie night Some-in -~od put out lis light .' Here, a nialeli form,', my ileal", l.vin' wight beside oo' here : Now, it' il sooil ever wain, You lan light yourself atlain. Now I'm dohf into bed— F'ease remember what 1 said —oat your funny, funny light— Lillle shiny bug, "dood-night." 1.. W, le. Letters From Hit-Is nnd Boys. MONTICELI.O —HOW TO MAKE A NEEDLE BOOK. Dear Editor of the Ultra/ .•—I have been very much interested in the girl's letters to the Rural New-Yorker, anil resolved to write one myself. I don't know much about writing letters for a paper, as this is my first attempt. I ant ten years old, and live near Charlottesville, Virginia, next to Monticello, the house of ex-President Jef ferson. 1 think I ran tell the Wester...

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. — 11 July 1871

.vetting *tatc journal 'ITinSDAY EVENING, JULY H, ftfrl. <ORRK«PONDEM E. I.elliT from v I.nil)' of I'hunstle. h'INCASTLE, .lime J;i, IS7I. To tl,. K.liloiuf Hi, Slat,■ .loitiool.■ lii reading your conimenta on the recoil suicide of the unfortunate Carrie Ktlwi'.nls, I could but pause as you asloil tltc ipics tion "wlio arc without (ioulilc,"a!as, who? Kvcrv heart knowclh its own sorrows lies!, hut iiovv light arc vcrv many comparer] to hers who, unproparci, launched her sin stniiioilsoul into the presence of her Makerf Hut can we not hope that (iotl more merci ful than the cold pitiless woiM, in her Inst sail lnoiiii'iits, round Rome cxtenna—ng cause for Iht crime? "One more poor un fortunate," who finds the sorrows of this life too grievous to he borne, choosing the untried realities ami suffering* of nn vi.- Unotvn woliil in urelerence to Mo—l anil un charitiilileness ot this pitiless earth. Had the kind and merciful Saviour sent a re cording angel to note the different thought...

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