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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 12 July 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. " Advertisements will be inserted in the EVEN ING STATE JOURNAL tit the following ratos, except legal advert isemeiul: One square, one insertion • JJ One square, two insertions i *" One square, lln-ee Insertions IP One square, six insertions <• 9° One square, twelve Insertions , no I )ne square, one month *JJ j™ One square, two months If ne. One square, three months io po AMUSEMENTS. . rphe first fancy amd masquerade hall of the season, (white sulphur springs, <iref:nbrif,r county, west ya. I THE FIRST FANCY AND MASQUERADE BALL WILL TAKE PLACE # a WEDNESDAY, JULY 26th. i A "Costitmer" wilh an elegant wardrobe will I be on hand. Every arrangement is made for a ) brilliant success. iy 11—2111-20 GEO L PEYTON ft CO. \ — --= I EXCURSIONS. ( INCURSION TO NORFOLK ! _£S£X ' CHEAPEST YET! ILr-ii 1 In NORFOLK AM> RACK FOR *2 ' VSEy | M EALS FIFTY CENTS ! 1 REFRESHMENTS AT CITY PRICES ! ' t ] SVRACL'SE LODGE, NO. 5, X OF P., Will Rive an excursion to Norfolk, on...

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. — 12 July 1871

_vmittfl £tatc journal KDWARD UIMhIA, Alitor nnd Manager. No. »ISH Mais Sthf.kt. Ri, itaosn, Virusia onicial Paper for the Government. WKDNKSDAV K.YK.VG, .11 I.V 11,1871. MATISTU'S OF AM-RICAN JIM IMAUK-. The Ami re nn Newspaper Directory for IS7I, just issued by .Messrs. George P. Howell A. Co, proprietors of the American Advertising Agency of New York city, contains certain tables of statistics, which have been compiled with cure, anil can be relied upon as substantially correct. Tiny cover a field of research which no statisti cian has before touched upon, and furnish food for reflection and wonderment. The following fire a lew of the many facts which a study of these tables reveal : Tlie whole number of periodicals issued in the I'nitctl Stales is .'i.'.is;!, with 7,1 to be added for the Territories, and 3»:i are printed in the Dominion of Canada, and 2!1 in the British Colonies, making a grand to tal of 13,4:18, of which 637 are daily, US tri-weekly, 129 semi-weekly, 4,(142 wee...

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. — 12 July 1871

ffwntttfl cftote journal WEDNESDAY EVEN'C, JUL. 12,1871. VIRGINIA NEWS. It is reported that fine anthracite coal has been discovered in Pittsylvania. The wheat crop of llotetourt will no 1 yield as well as expected. J. W. Sener has been elected recorder by the City Council of Krederiilvsliurg. A dredging machine is at work in the river near Fredericksburg, removing the bars obstructing navigation. Maurice Thomas, who was shot several days ago in I.ynchbui'g by Wm. A. Miller, is m a very critical condition. A dog supposed to be mail, was killed in Lynchburg on Saturday. I lis appearance created considerable excitement. Rev. Walter 0. Williams, of George town, has been called to the rectorship of St. Ueorge church, Fredericksburg. A Mrs. lleadwick was found dead near Wytheville a few days ago. There is no doubt but that she was murdered. The corporation of Uristol will make a nott profit of $25,(XM) by the sale of lots recently purchased of a Northern man. L. O. h Safer, of Warrcnton,...

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. — 12 July 1871

<tomfa% ftnto jtaMUl WK.DNKSDAY BVKiVG.JULY 12,1871. IKroin ( Hir Young Folks.l A Oil) ill Kuril lliir-Tinir. nv r. i. ■■ il: ,;i Small watery clouds beg—l to rise, before the midday hour, And headed drops en water jam fortell an early shower. The house-dog seeks his favorite grase while com ing down the lane. And tree-load- in the poplar bouehs are propho sying rain. The ipiail sin,-, cmlv morning hoofs ha- piped hi- song. "More'wet ?" And , ,1,10x,s In Ihe maple Clove are itaftltla. "cuckoo' yet. The mower drops his scythe, and wipes the -weat from oil' his brow : . Two loads of choicest clover buy are ready for the 'lie (illicit, and cot the ox-team. John' Erauk, harness it), ()ld (Jray ! Aud James may leav," oil' spreadi:ag swaths, and tumble up the hay " A dark cloud with its watery folds now meets the tanner's eye, And mtitterings indistinct are heard along ll"' -, Mitel ii si,\, Soon John comes hurrying lo the Held, Willi "(let up. Star: gee, Bright I" The tdnrwar) torn ~t...

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. — 13 July 1871

lie D«to State Journal. One sqnare, two Insertions 1 25 IF i^^-^ One square, three Insertions 175 lr * One square, six Insertions S 00 " Ono sqnare, twelve insertions 6 50 :_ ■ '. . ' ■ . » . . . ■ ' ■ , ■ , One sqnare, one month 10 00 „.„... „ RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 21 Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, kc, not exceeding- three or four lines, will be Inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FTVE CENTS for one insertion ; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SECTY CENTS—invarlbly-cash is advasob. WTBilliard Temple, Bedford and Ives, cor. ner of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the most fashionable Billiard Saloon in Richmond. Their tables are all new, and everything connected with the establishment is first-class. Players are informed that whistling Is positively prohib ited. .a*. (KfTKdwarriv Circulation Library Is the lace for cheap and good Reading. MT—adies suffering from irregularities, or any complaint pe...

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. — 13 July 1871

_rcnini] ft;\tc gfownal EDWARD DANIELS, Editor »nd Man_er. N". !>I2M Mais Street, lit,-iiMosn, VtnomiA Ofllriul Paper f«r Ihe Government. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1871. THE NEGLECT OF EDUCATIONAL IN TERESTS BY THE STATES THE KESULTS. It is frequently asked what need is there of national action upon this question; arc not the States doing all that is practically possible (or the education of the children within their respective borders? Why not let well enough alone? These are perti nent questions anil deserve attention. In but few of the States is there more than the beginning of an orderly, thorough, comprehensive school system. The delin quencies and short-comings of a large num ber of the Legislatures in this regard can readily be shown by a glance at existing facts. In nine States, viz: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Caro lina, and Virginia, there is a population of seven millions four hundred and fifty-seven thousand eigh...

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. — 13 July 1871

-Wttfafl i. tat* fflttroal THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 13, is;i. iii i ' in [From the Christian Advocate.] OUR CHURCH PROPERTY IN VIRGIN!*. At the last session of tlie Virginia Con ference it was " liesolvcd, That E. I. Phelps be and he is hereby appointed to prepare a statement of the Church property case within our bounds, with such argu ments in support of our claims as he may deem expedient, for publication in our Church papers." It is my duty to regard the expressed wishes of my conference. In 1842 the General Assembly of Virginia en acted the following law, which was deemed necessary to give the courts jurisdiction in the case of Church property: "PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY A CHURCH SINCE THE REVOLUTION. "1. Every conveyance, devise, or dedica tion shall be valid which since the first day of January, seventeen hundred and seven ty-seven, has been mode, and every convey ance shall bo Valid which hereafter shall be made, of land for tlie use or benefit of any religious congregation as a pl...

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. — 13 July 1871

THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 13, IB7t, The Xi««. Ilv 111 nil BS SIHI.KV. I. I'l„,n , stormy Siiihl.iv, i '~1111111; ndoon ih» imp, v\,'i',' v soore of bonny lfts»— I, — Ami ill,- swsstest, 1 inttlntt—l WasCiuMte, • Sfc I', 1' 1 took iiilniMlli my |,l:iil(lii< To sliii'ltl h— from flu* ruin. 11. sli,' >:ii,l flint Lbs daisies blushed l-'or lh<* kiss 1 Inn f linil t:iVn. 1 wadna hae thourlU tho 1.-issi, --\V:i,f eas of n complain. "Now, LadMe! 1 winna stay under your jilmldii', If 1 g_is; liiiiih, in ilu> nun nt. Hut 011 anil alMl Siimlay. Win 'ii cloud tlliTi" was not .in,'. This self-same wins,,iii,' Inssie— We chit new! lo„eel in the lane — Said: "I.addie, AVhy dhina ye wear your pladdle I Wlia ken*'l,lll it may rain!'' July ffaleit,/. It is saiil that one of Ihe Siamese twins is lying at the point of ilentli, at their home in North Carolina. The other is in good health. In anticipation of death, arrange ments have heen made for the immediate separation of the living from the...

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. — 14 July 1871

twttfofl 9 tat* gfliromt RATKS OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted in the EVEN- | INO STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legiil advertisement*: One square, one insertion * 7.i One square, two insertions 1 2f> One square, three insertions 1 7ft One square, six insertions 3 00 One, square, twelve insertions ff W) One square, one month..' .. 10 oo One square, two months Is (hi One square, three months JB 00 TO ADVERTISERS. . Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Bent. 4c, not exceeding three or four lines, will fee inserted under the proper headings at TWEN- fi TV-FIVE CENTS for one insert ion ;ort wo ire; oi •ertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, nl at SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash in auvaxce. at *£"HiU'uml Temple—-lleillbnl ami Ives, cor. X ncr of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the most •'< ashionable Billiard Saloon in Richmond. Their ol nblos are all new, and everything connecte* m With the establishment is first-class. Players , are informed that...

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. — 14 July 1871

—— doming jjfrtotc EDWARD DANIELS, Editoi and Manager. No. »12H Main Stebit, lficnmixo, VtauixiA • Mlli iul Paper r»r the Government. FRIDAY EVKNTNG, JULY 14, 1871. EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS. STATE OF EDUCATION IN NEW MEXICO. In New Mexico there are ninety-two thousand people, and not a public school or school-house in the Territory. Arizona is in about the same condition. In fs.Mi, there was a vote taken in four counties of New Mexico, since annexed to Colorado, for and against common schtxds. The re sult of the vote was, for common schools, 37; against, r>,01»). FAILURE TO ORGANIZE THE COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM IN TEXAS. lii Texas the new constitution "provides for a system of free public schools, but there are none in the State. The chairman of their Senate committee on education last year reported an excellent school bill for the establishment of public schools, but it failed to pass, and he writes that he wishes Congress would take the whole matter of popular education in hand. It co...

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. — 14 July 1871

-■ - ■ - • —• p< FRIDAY FA'ENINO, JULY 14, 1871. »< —— w POLITICAL rTOTE- " gf U] It is easy for tlie Democrats to make a lv "new departure," lutt it is not easy for I>< them to make a new ivoonl, of which they k 1 are the most in need. — A telegraph dispatch from Cyrus Elder, sl Esq., nt'Johnstown, Pa., conveys the " fying intelligence that Hon. Daniel J. Mor- £ roll, who was thrown from his carriage near *, that place on Thursday lasf, is improving, ' and his physicians say that with care his recovery will be rapid. The groat idol of the Democracy —Thos. jd JelFcrson—once said: "The less that is t j said about the c.onsitution_l difficulty the better. Congress should do what is neces sary in silence. I find but one opinion as '! to shutting up the constitution for some fj, time." Supposing General Grant should y say the same thing now, what would Tain- many and the Democratic press have to say i about it? Gen. Robert Toombs nfts been playing - v with "the live thunder"...

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. — 14 July 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1871. m — to so Lrtter l-om _>__■__■ STAr\T'»N, Va., .Inly U, ls'.l. n Tithe Kdilni- of Ho State. Journal: t'l The (own of Staunton was greatly OX' < iloil lust liyn most rn__-o—i attonipt ai iissusshiiitidii. A colored laboper, tunned • Tom Bodtler, secreted hirosclf in uome ' flushes new tlio tnwn, and ___d on his wife ',' M she passed down llio tnad near him. I,; T_t liall t.inl< effect in her abdomen, and it ; '| is feared that she is mortally wounded. The weapon used was a Coil's __voH_r.l|£] Buckler has heen an-esled, and is now con- - lined in jail. His wife is in t'ne employ of j ;< |)|-. Slrililins, and is represented as awn- . man of most excellent character, and a r! __*t _______ servant. She wiu* carried to ci the Doctor's residence, and being a favorite f ( servant, is tlie recipient of every attention }' froiii himself and family. The motive for this ino.-t liaihaiious act * is supposed to lie jcalnii-y, a* Buckler had t manifested ...

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. — 15 July 1871

fwttfag .State gmmuil. —'.t ; i ■ RATES «F ADVKKTfSINO. Advertisements will _c Inserted In the EVEN INO STATE JOTONAI, at the following rates, except legal advertisements: Onesqnare, one insertion a 7fi One square, two insertions 1 25 One square, three Insertions 1 IS Bne8 ne square, si. Insertions 3 li ne square, twelve insertions „ SO Wne square, one month 11l 0(1 Onesqnare, two months 18 00 fine square, three months 2-(ifl ■ - - TO ADVEHTISEKH. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Kent, ie., not exceeding three or four lines, will _■_■___■_—■_—i - ..______— ■ be inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one Insertion ; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash II advanc-. »_ Billim-,1 Temple —Bedford and Ives, cor ner of Main and Eleventh streets, keep th* most fashionable Billiard Saloon in Kichmond. Their tables are all new, and everything connected with the establishment is first-class. Players are Informed that wh...

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. — 15 July 1871

■toning £tatc $o\nm\ EDWARD DANIELS. Editor mi.l Mnnroir No. 912 M Mali S.-K-t, Hieitxiijm, A'irolhi 11111. ml I'm*.-.- lor the lOiv.-r linn in. SATI I!I>W l.\T,\'l\i;,.Hl,V 10, 187 I'Hi: IOLUHKII PEOPLE WMI'HKDI PATCH—OUR POSITION. As assistant and local editor of tl State Journal, I have recently written several articles, reflecting upon the conduct of some colored people, which have been misunderstood so far as to Induce many o them to become impressed with the k that [.was unfriendly to them. 1 desire an act of justice to myself, and to pay pre per regard •to the wislsis of my frioni among the coloretl people to correct the i pression. In doing so, 1 find the opport nity an excellent one of calling attention t and severely censuring ;m article in refi ence to them, which appeared in the Di patch of the I.lth. In referring to the i -cent (roubles in Ne York, it says : "The people of Richmon who r ,al.yontheU,inlofApr,.,quk ly look on, while a crowd of ignorant, t ludeil, spite...

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. — 15 July 1871

(fwmnfl State journal SATURDAY EVENING, JULY l:., mi. Views on the Potoninr. Tn the Editor of the State Journal Sunrise upon tho A'irjiiiiin hank* of the Potomac is, in many respocf.M, like sunrise on the shores of the Atlantic. A dense mantle of mist entirely envelopes the Mary land shores, borrowing its hues from the clouds it aspires to meet ami so delicately shading off into them tliat the line of the horizon is lost. Tbe sun, seemingly rising from out an intorminahle waste of waters, tossing like a king amid the purple drapery of his couch in all the luxury of anticipated crown and sceptre, rises majestically, drip ping glories along his path, hearing away in raptures of light the beautiful cradle of dawn. The birds, as if conscious of the trans cendant sweetness of the hour, hold high carnival in song, and never did birds sing so jubilantly than in this summer land of "music, love and flowers." From out the long line of boxwood, where their little tents are pitched nightly, 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. — 15 July 1871

SATURDAY EVENING, JULY I>, 1871. J _. _ I nwtmteu run ies. Two thousand wniiien work in Wisconsin fields. At KdinMiry, eleven young lailiis are studying medicine. Hop-scotch is superseding croquet as ft liisliiiinutilt' feminine relaxation. Philadelphia hrides have it mania fordrah or gray for traveling suits. Motto for a rejected suitor —he wooed and she wouldn't, lie (in ii I anil slic cuuliln't. AinicKa .lons is prohnlilythc only huiiinn fieiiifi■ tliat ever lived Avhose heirs arc not nuntVieretl. ('.. ,\. Tnwnsiiid says seven uf liiifrli.'tin Young's wives are ihe prettiest women in America. M*W MeCkmd, the young lady recently drowned id appleton, wis., lefl a finished essay to he read at her commencement, the title of it ptfng "The Marhle that awaits us." Tbe first Greek prize ever wrested from the strong hand of man by the gentler sex was taken by Miss.l. F. Ripley at the State University of Missouri. The Emperor William, in consequence of the urgent entreaty of the (.Town ...

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. — 17 July 1871

„.„..„ . I ■ • - ■ . — "" — — One s*| u-,u •, two insertions 1 2A // One square, three 1 7fi p « On« square, six insertions 3 00 One square, twelve insertions 6 60 n=r..:. . —:: : ' — * , f ..:.._ . . .. ... ... : .::. ,,, - ■■■- —"""'•_•".':,':--!— _' . "' "™ " "' ' ■■ "'"""" J6B&S::::E::::!L : L : M &±&i&!fe:j ' RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 216. TO AOVKKTISERK. Advertisements of Lost, WanU-, Found, For Rent, kc, not exceeding three or four lines, will lw inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for ono innertion ; or two in- ' sertions for FORTY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash in ___>vj_iic_. ft® 'llilhanl Temple.—Bedford and Ives, cor ner of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the most 1 fashionable Billiard Saloon in Richmond. Their ' tables are all new, and everything connected with the establishment Is first-class. Players are informed that whistling: is positively prohib tied. 1 — mm* 1 , K@~Edw...

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. — 17 July 1871

KUWARD DANIELS, Krfitor nn.l Munaiter. No. 912H Mais Strkbt, Hi. hm.'nii. Viriiihia Official Paper (or the (lorrrnmenl. MONDAY KVKNIMi, .)( LV 17, $71. [From Hie Marlboro'aUazette.] Japan Husbandry—lts Success au.l Its Tench imts. AGRICULTURAL Cm.i.Kin- Prince Georges Cminty, Mti., j Mr. Editor : In a recent communication on the subject of husbandry in Japan, 1 cited some facts which go far to explain the successful cultivation of the land in that country, and the causes of its ability to sus tain such a laige population on so small an area of surface. Among the chief of these was the inva riable rule of com/icnsti/ioii, for all of the elements of plant food, which are carried off the land in the shape of merchantable produce. This rule was always observed whether the land was rich or poor. The peasant having a perpetual lease of his farm, was equally interested with his landlord in the permanence of its productiveness. And he, therefore, took pains to preserve that condition of the...

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. — 17 July 1871

«___._■.! ~-«MMM__p_i J ■ " dwtttofl JEfot* journal. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1871. AGRICULTURAL. Sijuaii Iskkts.—\V. H. S., Railway, N. J., writes : "* * * 1 have about an aero of ground that Ls in good heart, having been well worked and manured last Spring for potatoes. The potatoes were cut anil put in barrels for two weeks before planting. They came up very poorly—uot more than a fifth of the seed ever sprouted. I plowed them up a week ago, and now write to leant if it is too late to sow sugar beets on the same ground for feeding my cows during the "Winter. If not too late, will you state in the Tribune bow much seed it will re quire for an acre, and how far apart it is best to make the rows ? _ln*«w.—On ground that is rich and mellow, sugar beets may be sowed with fair prospect« of raising a paying crop as late as tbe 10th of July. Wo have fre ouently sowed the seed as late as the mid dle of July in ground where we grew a crop of early potatoes, and succeeded in getting a large...

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. — 17 July 1871

dwning $Me Journal I _.—.■-... .. ____ --_ : j MONDAY EVENING, Jl LV 17, IS7I. ..- . i WORK. Anyw.M>r«\ t'-.n-vwli-'iv. nowUMnK to do! Borne thi ag for me nml *am«*tWnt fur you ' I Work for lite twind ruid work for Ihe bend, i ■\VurU for ilic \v inning of daily bread. nTTw 1 m day ilawnj. Imt lit inj_> il- own ta>k ; W 'hut. only for you and B_f is to ask ; gome or* cboMn to wrwp _u_d others to nfo." B___M to tow. MM M M'rip, wliili'Mimr gather in. I Some mwl build shijw, and ihhiiwii, until Inn helm. BOOM iu>hiun our gU__Slita, and sonw rule the ( realm; Some must fell MwU, some the broad inliis must till, Some paint and Mm, «mno grind*. Hie mill. Some must buy and some sell, some traverse the sea; Some God ~ pre&C-ieia ;uul judges and stupe r* must be; Lei facb to his talk work list to the call— Christ worked, and the Father works hiph over all! Some work in the shadow and some tn the ,miii, Motne in joy, some in pain ; but the Master is one, (?allin_r all to iheir...

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