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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 July 1871

■■- " : 1" —! .. ,. , ,.,. ,-„.,. ., i.- ,„■ ■ , »-i .. (Brnto*. State ifintml 4 . tSBM f 1 ! it I - i 51% %pi l# ** JUI *%** II W li% «r JP lHHv il II I** ♦ One square, one insertion ♦ 75 ~-~—*-- !■ / One square, two insertions 136 // One square, three insertions 175 fr One square, six Insertions 3 00 . ' . i . _—_—. i One square; twelve insertions 6 60 .. , , . . -. .. ■■" ~ -, : ' ■■— - • ~ - = ! n ... ...' - . ~ oHSESe;;;;;:;;;;::;;: 11 Richmond, va., Tuesday evening, july is, i87i. vol. hi. no. 217. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Kent, kc, not exceeding three or four lines, will be inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one in*ertion ; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly r.tsn in AnvAiccß. (S~Billiard Temple Bedford and Ives, cor ner of Mala 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. ...

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. — 18 July 1871

#*«tofl #tntc $omml HIWVKII IHMKI.S, Keiior »n.l Mannaer. No. »1»H Mil- ST»nirr, Kiriwnirn, Ymtit-iA , Official Paper for the Government. : TUESDAY EVENING, ,KJL¥ 18, 1878. ••PrncMcnl Culture." [From the Washington Chronicle] Statistics are oallPd the absolutism ~r,.m day. Educational statistics, at leant, luu- revealed some strikintr facts, and hnvc called forth active efforts on the part of the leading friends of mankind. Our of the results of the -tens Exhibi bition in IRH7, was to show the superiority of German and French artisans over Kng lish and American—a superiority readily accounted for by the existence fa Germany and France of systems of industrial schools for the practical instruction of me chanics. England profited by the lemon, tion, Mr. Mundella, member of the Chamber of .Commerce, and member of the British Parliament from Manches ter, addressed tho House of Commons in regard to the necessity of mechanical in struction for English workmen ; and at the different intern...

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. — 18 July 1871

ffwmttfl journal 18, 1871. AGRICULTURAL. THECtTHCULiti.—Mr. Ransom, who, it may bo remembered, last year discovered a new method of dealing with the curc-lio, hy means of bat- traps, lias again conn forward this year in defence of his method. Prof. Hull, who made a visit to Mr. Ran som's neighborhood last year, detracted somewhat from tho value of this discovery hy asserting that it was only useful in the early days of spring, and that on the ap proach of wanner weather they cease to go under the bark for shelter. -Ir. Ransom denies this, and says that he caught them up to the end of June by his device, and further, that there were more curculios destroyed in Alichigan last year by this means than by all other means put together. Having three apricot trees fill! of incipient fruit, on which we no ticed the curculio had already made its mark pretty extensively, besides eating oft' one of the budding leaves, wo laid down some of these heaps of oak bark. A few mornings afterwards we ex...

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. — 18 July 1871

<_ Mninti £tote gwrtwl TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 18. — _--_-_4..._4WV. _. . I.IM-'IIII. \KW*». The census of Great Britain, Which is nearly completed, shows a large increase in the population of all the principal cities. Young ladies in lowa select shoes in company with their beaux. They always take No. 2s, and exchange tlicm next day for No. ss.— Kxrhtmgr. The coal crop of lowa, in the next de code, will increase faster than her average corn and wheat, says Prof. J. 1). Hutlor, of the Vermont University. Paul Oirord, the Frenchman who mar ried Miss Wormley, a young colored belle of Washington, is now teaching French in a colored school hi Washington. William I'nderwood, of Elizidieth City, North Carolina, was arrested in Norfolk Friday last, for obtaining under false pre tenses $900 from A. C. Moore, of Norfolk. lie was tried by the mayor, and committed for felony. Hail was refused. Served him right! The regular express peach trains from Delaware have commenced to run. On Monday 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. — 19 July 1871

****■ Mi . I^-'.--. ■***'■'""" **• ftatg gflimrot. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Adwrtipp-T-ent- will >**» insprted in tho EVEN ING- STATE JOTTRNAL (it tho following rati*, rxcopt legal advcrtisHPrt-pnt-: One square, ono insertion ♦ 7fi Ono square, two insertions 1 2fi One square, three insertions 1 70 One square, six insertions 3 00 Ono square, twelve insertions 0 / One square, one month •• 10 00 One square, two months 13 oo OnC squarp, three months _fl oo TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, &c, not exceeding three or four lines, will be inserted unfler the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash in adva-Icb. •ar»'ll Select* 1 Whisker sold by W. D. Blair A CO., Ninth and Main streets, is equal to any brand in the market. They sell it at $2.60. It is rich and mellow. gfTßillinrd Temple.— Bedford and Ives, cor. ner of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the most fa...

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. — 19 July 1871

. ~ . i — .■■ -— I__„.__- : -DWIRD DANIELS, E-ltor and Mann-rr. No. »\'l\t Mais Street. Hi.-noun, Viboi-ia OHcuf". wrlor thr «;.... runi-Bt Wl_)NKsi"rAV i-:vi':.N'(ji,~JULY lf)',lS7i. ' .•Practical Cultnre." T [From the Washington Chronlcl.'.} "The yearly cost of this institution (New gate prison) is five million pounds sterling. s If half that amount was in the _____• , trial education of our poor children, thus keeping them out of the slreet and ocenpy- N ing their minds in something useful, pro- ( vmiiig them meanwhile with suitable play places and play utensils, this great build- ' ing would soon be empty." This is the re- , mark given at the conclusion of my last communication, .as lutving been uttered by an inspector of the above-named institution, j I a-*k, now, how far is this remark true ? I'nder our present system of education ' children pass from the constraints of school, , often physically feeble, and always only half developed—having received only book ' training—and e...

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. — 19 July 1871

WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 19,1871. xriiUT OF THE I'RKss. The Detroit Post says: " If the South ern Democrats, rebelling a second time, should reestablish slavery, tho Northern Democratic doctrine has been that the na tion would I—vo no right to declare tho slaves free, or to meddle with them in any way. " The Pittsburg Post says of tho appoint ment of a commissioner of agriculture: "While it would be exceedingly funny to see our national farming carried on accord ing to Greeley's idea, there is too much danger of a famine to encourage his ap pointment." The Montgomery (Ala.) State Journal says: "Reason and justice are gradually returning to our people; their love for the Union of our forefathers is being rekindled, and soon the day will come when the hearts of our young men will leap with joy at the sight of the old flag kissing the gentle breezes of heaven." The Boston Journal says : "Tho bloody riot in New York was Tammany's own work. It is absurd to charge it to religious feeling, f...

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. — 19 July 1871

>*BjßjßAVa\WemmWemm!Ve^^ fvetting ftat< gtrortuil ! WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, Jl IV 10, I*7l. [ IVritt. n.for the State Jourutil. <.ri:i:>«»oi>. OClrponwofKl '. Ur.-iiiifous tHty of Un* Di'ii.l, 1 llirciid thy p:itli--* Willi m.ik :in.t rpverent trf:ul, A holy Blllln—s all iu\ *«.nl i..im..1. -, Caugni from Hip sH'?|i IhM liiiimi-* Uii's.- boUovr "■if *ll;ul.'-. In venial drapery, and In s.ulpimi'd stone, Nntiiri' and Art two lovely finna hart' thrown About their dead, mmiX t»ll*bed i;*™.-* Inlaid Set iii the deep enainelin g of shade. Thro' golden rent 111 (bliage, iMjiirs ihe fheen Of stftod sulilisht mellowed tbro' the green, And woven into rainbows, where the spray Of sylvan w ate- lnergeit in snnheains jilay : The rich expanse of undulating eartb, Wilh forest wealth, and grad ol i.loominc turf, The song of birds lodged in the whispering pine. The plas.li of fountains, cool wilh summer's wine, The sheltering arch ol Heaven, the brooding air, lit-ut v iii rare perlbott—a e...

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. — 20 July 1871

totfofl State gmuiurt. j y-w| " *'- I it ffl 1 I li |]l(r 'I I I I 8 1 II )1 /-I'M I I 11 I | VM 1 I I I I jl ING STATE JOURNAL at the followlne; rates, L/ I_ ■ LI 1 fl. JP" L It' » tjfe. J iwl- JL 1%' LI' |<A «cept legal advertisements: <{ ft ■ 1UJP • ' A WW ~ <T ~ & One square, one insertion ♦ 75 j If / < hie square, two insertions 1 25 j if UMfeffa* One square, three insertions I 1& J fr One square, six Insertions 3 00 | ________ _____ -* _—: —!r~r — __ One square, twelve insertions 5 60 - :... — - -- ■ . - ~- .. ~ - T " ~~ . .—- — KtefcSSI RICHMOND, VA.. THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 20. 1871. VOL. III. NO. 21 Advertisement of Lost, WanU, Found, For Rent, kc, not exceeding throe or four lines, will be inserted under the proper headings at TWKN TY-FIYECRNTS for one Insertion; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; throe insertion**, SIXTY CENTS—invarihly cash ix advakck. *£-'•- Selert" Whiskey sold hy W. U. Blair & CO., Ninth and Main streets, is equal to any I. -ml...

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. — 20 July 1871

(BvtMH £tatc $<rortutl. S EDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnd Mnn-_rr. do -' ' ' ■ ---- nil N.i. MgM Main Stiilst, Ri.nx.isn, Ylamsi- ca _== = ; jj, illli, .nl Paper Tor the -overnnient. X THURSDAY BVEN'G, JULY _», WTI. A, — 9 " wi Cundurnmio. to We have had the medical world agitated ™ of late over cimdtiraugo. And when the )J medical world gets a^ilated.the old-fashion- " ed notice in the almanacs i-, CJOO, "Expect a ' great storms about this time.'' Not only has the medical world been w stirred over cundurango, put the Hoard of P 1 Health and the Medical association have ?' pine tv war. and, pestle and mortar! pills "j and lancet! hut there lie rows 1 There be '* wars and rumors o wars, and Bliss follows |] ! CM in a war of wonts wonderful in length " , and thundrous in sound. And, first of all, what is cundurango ? X A pensive public wants to know what is " cundurango ? Well, we are informed that «j it is an herb of magic powers that has cured ° Colfax's wife's mother of a cancer. It ...

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. — 20 July 1871

lV eve-PO* -ii i.i ■_>, wi. R HEALTH lllf.lMN. 'HE 111-HID.—If we take it ttii__ begins to enter the blood with utc afliT it is swallowed, ami I there; If wo take a cup uf soluble pRTts of it are in flic -01-y short time, usually. If we i oi' whiskey or beer, it is OT the of travel with the ten, mul very id it makes at the time. To be nds go to work to get-riil of it; pillaries of the skin go to empty ids out through the skin its fast i, and if the weather is warm, >ng pretty rapidly at their work, hrow it out iv our breath, in the por, and the kidneys work away they can. r food, when it is properly prc .igestion, goes, so far as it Is so tho same current of the blood. uitable, nutritious food, the pro fere all wanted to Supply the tis the material is earned along to .vhero it is wanted, antl is then ther, when the smallest part of ii- a nerve, or of any part of the irn out, it must be removed, and in very small pieces and floated stream of blood, to be changed •, anil if of u...

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. — 20 July 1871

<6mm% £tate |otw«l * THURSDAY KVKN'i;, JULY 20, 1871. w __: " —_—-_ -2 —; . n, Tlir. (-i'mmki by Moonlmhi. Owd-rtlcjott-builck- ,j Viumv Dowiok, somls us tlie following, in VVo MB" ititit the Ijermanliy i-imnliirlit will become the wdthatcnchMiting ilanco ,'. liavi' iinw iinuitiiT run : n: Oh! I.iilii, wlmt l*.t> \..ii hit loslnt', ol CoiHli'mni'd tn Ilia I snipiil CTO.n.I Anil tin' country, lastood — eunuslng Yourself in our i'li'i*;aiit way ! a J list fancy tlie fun ami llirtaiion ; Tin 1 rtnissss, il"'ilrlvi's,anil llie gloves, - four buttons, tlie latest st-nsation, • Suiilini*'*! innn an iili'.i of Lore's, Not tlie Rloyca, ih _r : but iliirliiiK. ili'llcion**, 3 Hi'Witcliinjc, I'lii'liiinilii!; anil nsw— Aunt Prut' **ay*« v's liorritl anil yicious— a The (,'eratnn by moonlight, holt' ' t) I'll tell Toll the mw we airanire it, 0 This swevt—l soeieial p.-ank— _ I io\v iliat 1 wouldn'l excllßiiac It— With Jim—for __'• l.nlame in tmuk I . We tin- out the (M 111 mailer Of foun...

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. — 21 July 1871

_ _ _ letting £tate gotmnl! r| T*l _t 1 Kie Ilatit) State latifttaU One square, three insertions 1 75 j If W^aSkt One square, si* Insertions 3 00 j " One square, twelve insertions 6 60! j— . One square, one month 10 00 : , _ •_ . , _ , • • One square, two months 18 00 Six Dollars Per Year. » TiT/1TTirA\TT\ ~m-r • ■•■»_•■•_ . *■*• _ _ _*, _'__■'— - - ■ _ __.-._.__._ On...,nar,t„ r eemou,hs.... .26,,; Three 4 en,. Per 4 op,. \ RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 210. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, AVants, Found, For Rent, 4c, not exceeding three or four lines, will be Inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIAT. CENTS for one Inserlion; or two in sertions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash in adva-i.b. J ii .in at! "II -elect" Whiskey sold by AY. D. Blalr & CO., Ninth and Main streets, Is etiual to any brand In the market. They »elTIt at (2.60. It is rich and mellow. — .mam -NTBUlinrd Temple —Bedford and Ives. rsr....

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. — 21 July 1871

Evening ftate Jaurtwl KIIWAHD DAMKI.S, Editor ami Manager. No. »I_H Main Strhkt, Hicii-.iit*. A'lnnixiA Offlclal Paper for the lloTeriinient. FRIDAY KVKMMi, JULY 21, I sti. __ . s' THE IMOIAN Hlilllllf, AT CAMP II RANT. A few weeks since, we were t'imi|a'lliil to reconl the rowanlly butchery of a set tlement of Indiana by white marauders. At that time we asked that an example be made, and the human fiends be caught and hanged at whatever cost. We predicted a suec-S-rion of these outrages if adequate punishment did not swiftly follow the crime. Since that time there has been a great lor-, ment in the Indian country, and now we have the diabolical murder of one hundred and twenty-five friendly Indians, uetirly all of them women and children. They had sought the shelter of our forts to be secure from wild Indians and white desperadoes. Thei*e, where the nation had pledged them safety, they were mercilessly .slaughtered by a band of those infamous whites, who hover on the borders of civ...

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. — 21 July 1871

■"■ > *f? _L7^vi___A tfrrnum £tide journal. FRIDAY KVKMNC, .11 I.V Jl, 187-. » ■ ,;'. , i . —— AlillK I 1.11 ll 11.. Vain* .rAirrlrulturul * ..li.-__.— 11 litis always b-en oiir opinion th.it agri rilltural .CpllcgCK have notKuiiorally been a success. "Wr'e ilo not tlii«k tliis is iKX'ause they are esuentinlly WtHtt%, but beraiise those wlio have hail tlu 1 iimnascraeiit of them have failed to appreciate what they arefor, and, indeed, have not.comprehended the real spirit and aim of fanntng. When we epoko of this matter before, our ideas were condemned as too sweepi»i;i| and we had to say thai we spoke chiefly with the i*ofiiil-S of the l'eiiiisv.vriHiia Agri cultural college before our eyes. Here we knew l hai few, probably not one of those who were educated at this college, pursued the vocation 6f an agriculturalist after leav ing the institution. They learned to hate, not to love agrioultiiTP. We also added that we believed some few were successes, and named tltose of Michigan...

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. — 21 July 1871

#vfmnfl £tatt $mmutl FRIDAY KVK.MNi., .III.*. _l, IB7L LITTLE FEET. TWO little feel. Ml sti,-all 111.11 -Dili may lie.tie In one .'a—__4l hand Two tendr r Let n|io n tie' untried bonier Of life's mysterious laud. Diillpled a a il s_l, and pink us peach tree blos soms lii fragrant days— How caii they walk among tin- briery tangles 1 -.t j_.i.__*: tho world's rough ways ? These white rose feet along the llmihlflll flltltro, Must hear a woman's* loail; Alas ! since woman has (he heaviest burden, And walks ihe hardest road. Love lor awhile will make the path before them All dainty, smooth, and fair — -\VIII cull away the brambles, letting only Tlie roses bio—onl there. Hut when the mother', watchful evi-are shroud ed Avvay from sight of men, And those dear feet are left without her guiding) Who shall direct them then ? How will they be allured, betrayed, deluded? Poor little untaught feet— Into what ilreary mazes will they wander; What [landers will they meet V Will they go, stumbling b...

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. — 22 July 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be Inserted in the EVEN INO STATE. JOURNAL at the following rales, except legal advertisements: One square, one insertion • One square, two insertions J *> One square, three insertions 1 71 One square, six insertions a a? One square, twelve insertions o ' One square, one montn nit One square, two months is oo One square, three months » TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, &c, not exceeding three or four lines, will 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 < abb ix advance. g£-"li Select" Whiskey sold by W. D. Blair & CO., Ninth and Main slreets, is equal to any brand in the market. They sell it at 10.10. It is lich and mellow. gig-Billiard Temple Redl'ord nnd Ives, cor. n er of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the most fashionable Billiard Saloon in Richmond. Their tables are all new, and ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 22 July 1871

evrmng pirn gmcmu KOWAKO DAMFI.S. Erfitsr »nd Manager. No. 912H Mais Street. KlcllMoxn, Vibhixia oin. ml Pnprr fur the Oovrnimrnt. SATURDAY KVKNINO, JULT 22, 1871. THE tiyillM HJ1.1,. How Ibe Heavy Tnves nre lo lie Doubled. Public attention cannot be drawn too cautiously to the provisions and prospects of the bill to fund the public debt of Vir ginia; and as it is apparent that some of our cotemporarics desire to preserve a non committal silence in their own columns, preferring to misconstrue our strictures upon the bill, and our position as to pay ment of the State debt. Wo propose to review very briefly legislation on this sub ject since 1805, and official estimates of tho probable income from taxation, avail able for general purposes. By act of As sembly, March 2, iSGO, the holders of registered or coupon bonds of the State of Virginia were "authorized to invest the interest due upon said bonds in registered or coupon bonds of the State, bearing the same rate of interest M the pr...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 22 July 1871

SATI KIIAV KVKNIXC, .Hl.y -.'•>, is7l THE OGRE COURTING; * OR-, MOLLY, THE FARMER'S DAEftIUEIi [From Harper's Bazar.] Tn days when ogres were still the term of certain districts there WU one who hai long kept a whole neighborhood in fea without any one daring to dispute hi tyranny. By thefts ami exactions, by heavy ran soms from merchants too old and tough U be eaten, in one way antl another, the ogp had become very rich; and although thos who knew could tell of huge cellars full o gold and jewels, antl yards and barns groan ing with the weight of stolen goods, thi richer he grew the more anxious and covet oils he became. Moreover, day by day hi added to his stores; for thougfi (lfke nios ogres) he was as stupid as he was strong no one had ever been found, by force 01 fraud, to get the better of him. I at he took from tho people was no leaviest griovance. Even to be killet Urn by him was not the chance thej it of most. A man can die but once lie is a sailor a sliark may cat hint ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 22 July 1871

mmat^m^ mm mnmmkwmnmmt%mkmmmmmkWk^mknmwm <&vtvfas *Wte _ J«wwl »S SATURDAY gVENINO, Jl'l-V 3*j l«71. «« S The following poem was read before the , **™ Army of the .lames reunion on Wellies- cow day:' «""<-' THE ADVANCED GUARD. « 0, « by t m Jims hay. rien In the dream of the Norther poets, The brave who in buttle die log! Fight on in shad,,wv phalan.v tain 111 the field of Ihe upper sky; ~,, • And as we read the sounding rh\ me "» the reverent fancy hears Will The ghostly ring of the I iewles- swords thci Antl the clash of the si>eclral s)>ears. We think with imperious questionings Hat Of the brothers that we have lost, ul jt And we strive to track in death's mystery o The tlight of each valiant ghost; The northern myth comes back lo us, as I And we fell through our sorrow's night. , irt . That tho--e young souls are striving still ~,, Somewhere for the truth and light. x " ma It was not their lime for rest and -deep, () n Their hearts beat high and strong, In their ...

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