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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 24 July 1871

tfmiino, $tatc Journal —» ■ | «mh <* | . | g j @||e tpatm State iottttuu. Onesquare, one Insertion * 7* j 1 IW v NJ- %7 r -v- v v v T v v One square, two insertions 1 If I IF • i M^r^ One square, three insertions 1 73 Ir One square, six insertions 3 00! * | One square, twelve insertions fl 60 .—-' ■ ::■' ■„:•,■■■:_■, ■ ■. ■, , ■ .,_ -_- ——.. »,.. ■ ■■-■—■ — j tt-ll.-lli" — r~r. — ~-:\l". it...: ;~~ : —~-~ : : — ;,':.. —rr —: —... * —— '-L'^~— — .. ■■ S&WM&SSI! RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 212. Advertisements of Lost, AVants, Found, For l Rent, &c, not exceeding three or four lines, will j inserted under theproi>er headings at TWEN- I ' TY-FIA~K CENTS for one Insertion; or two in- I ' ll sertlons for FOUTY CENTS; three insertions, ; SIXTY CENTS—invaribly rAsn ik advance. BS-..R Select - ' Whiskey sold by AY. D. Illnir & CO., Ninth and Main streets, is equal ttrany brand in the market. They sell It at »2.50. It Is * lich and mellow....

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 July 1871

$vmw State §inmwl lIIV, Mill BAMEI-S, Editor ami illaiineer. Ne 912* Main STRKKT, ItirBMHSD, YIR'UMa OOlclal Paper Ibr the Government. THE II NIHNU BILL. Kectirrin); to this important subject : It! is true the surplus carried from fiscal | year ended October Ist, IWI, arising from non-payment of interest tluring the year ended that date, will enable the Auditor to tide over the -January payment; and the de ficiency set forth in our previous article may be reduced by revenue derived from miscel laneous sources, amounting in IW9-70, to j $81,72.0, not oyster tax, *30,343, and the difference between 6 and •"> per cent interest ! on about 19,000,000 of sterling bonds, say ♦20,000, which gives $108,071 ; but un foreseen appropriations by the 1 legislature may greatly reduce this surplus. It is right therefore, to look to the income of each fiscal year, as the sole means of meeting disbursements of the year; and we .ask care ful attention to the fact that our school sys tem, which 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. — 24 July 1871

ifwnmfl rotate journal MONDAY EVTINmGrJULY^rTsTI.J [Written for the State Journal.| The Right of Siiirrnur. THE EDUCATION OF WOMEN. I-!- a-, like inventions, ailmit of many j patent improvements, antl as every scholar | lias his cyclopaeilin, so all must have a | mental reterence l>ook of certain rules and j theories ; but the great purpose of seeing, j hearing, feuding, is not that we may store, j The fourteenth and fifteenth amendments | and our railroad wars on the wane, scarce : a day passes without some allusion to "Woman's Rights." Yet this, "the high est question of the hour," instead of being | treated with any degree of seriousness, or i any intensity and genuinenes of sympathy, that tlie errors which have crept in may be I the more forcibly discovered, and the real | !learly understood, all hope of a j hearing is sickened by ribald jest j w, ill-timed sarcasm. There is of innuendo or unmitigated cen- ' 1 their efforts to induce women to c situation" and work for better ...

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 July 1871

MONDAY EVENING, .MTV -24, 1871. p Point. Bf I li'iuelte. Don't spcnU of puraona with wlumi you j M aiv slightly :iii|ii.iiiiU''l by thi'ir lirst name, y Irritabililv is v breach of good morals as Well ns good manners. I tenth courtesy we ol owe to all. Be punctual. It is always annoying to te be kept waiting, antl often n serious iletri- Si nient tii one's business. re Answer a civil qawOon sJcasantly and n , kindly, oven if you arc in a hurry. Jokes arc dangerous things to be used; w like gunpfjwder. #fth extreme caution. If possible, always be at the station a Km minutes before tlie ears start. (id ling aboard alter tlie train is in motion is lot favorable to bodily safety, nor to that _ calmness of mind which lenils us to act Don't be tlistiirlieil if you find the best feats taken. As no one knew you were 1 fining;, of course they dirt not reserve one. ( Jj Have your ticket in your hand. Con- si tiuctors havn't always the time to wait till the portmonnaie, pocket, and traveling 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. — 25 July 1871

(ffrrttino, fftatr Journal ' 4 , |M| ' <» J f 4 t g One square, two insertions 1 24 I / f C~ ... One square, three Insertions 1 75 ! 1/ One square, nix insertions S 00 . . ' " '"' Ono aqnare, twelve Insertions 0 BO ' ' '— , _ . . One square, one month 10 00 * ' ■ RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 213 TO ADVERTISER*. Adverliseinenis of Lost, Wants, Found, Fin- Rent, 4c, not exceeding three or four lines, will Inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE (rENTS for one Insertion; or tiro in sertions tor FORTY CENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash is AnyAxcß. *$-"B Select" Whiskey sold br W. D. Blair * CO., Ninth and Main streets, is equal to any brand in tho market. They sell it ot »2.50. It is rich and mellow. h ■JTBilliaril Temple.—Bedford and Ires, 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. Pla...

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. — 25 July 1871

(& venwfl £tat* £<Mtwl EDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Msuuiaer. ii" m, ,t ,11,-iiMnii. hii 'in No. 912 M Mais Stbbbt, Ricusioxn, Viruisia Official l.ii"i Tar ilu- Government. I Tl KSIt.AV KVF.N.Nt., JITI.V 25, IH7K , Tho above hcasliiiß, coiipliiii; (ho name of l the Croat statesman, warrior, and latter of j the South, with tho so-called Ku-Klux hill, i may appear to sonic as mingling tho sacred ( with the profane, nevertheless, they have a coiifctf*ir»i. Bx-l'riwiifcrit f)avisropri«scnls r tho true .sciitimeuU ■nd feelings of the old, and prose'it leaders of the Democratic parly j of tho South, and ho hail the honesty anil J nerve to avow his true sentiments, when ' lie said lie was not whipped, and "would accept nothing;." ? honor Mr. Davis for 1 his stiai",ht out avowal of his heart-felt opinions. Mr. Davis was put forward by the South ern loaders ns a lecler, hut it was found that his doctrines were a little too strong for the w*ak, honco he was caught by the skirt of his coa...

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. — 25 July 1871

TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1871. ] [Written tor tha Slate Journal.] ' Till: RIGHT OF SUFKHM.i: NO. 11. , ' WILL RKPHESHNTATIVK WIIMKN ASK FOR TH E SIXTEENTH AMKS I 111 EOT ? ' i Of this school of educators, we ask : Is woman to he rjcrpctually idle ? Do for- J tunes never fail '! And of that (the Rich- ( mond Knquirer for instance,) which advo- j c.ak>s her exclusive attention to domestic j matters, arc domestic thentres euarantced < for all ? Political economists and censuses;, to j judge from the frequent mention of bank- i ruptcy and tho unparalleled enumeration of ' single women and widows, assure us to the ' contrary—a significant reference to individ ual exertion and recourse. It is better to be a drudge than a mere toy, still we may not propose to be cither. When such names as Lucretia Hcrschel. Elizabeth Fry, the Baroness de' Stael and \ Rosa Bonheur are enrolled among tho no blest in their respective spheres of science, J religion, literature and art, it is weak and J ...

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. — 25 July 1871

feuiufl £u\t* |oMtttaij«£ ... —_ ~__ al M TITESDAV KVKNINii, *Ott 85, 1871. Btoi Siai •Till". DISENTHRALED" PI Side ltv j. ~ m:ai... al|l^ Can Depart' deport ' I.ar Show magic vision of a happy past • ban Show sainted Idol of a holy cast: IM. Far from my heart.— P For of a lite well-worn in trust, thou hast lot; Thy more than part! pom Tre Oh, that mine eyta Ikiu Mini closed as 'twere in death, and ne'er been oped 1' Tn view thy magic charm. ; nor had I hoped P Beneath the skies! 5a6 Ah: then my soul through lite would not have R Rroped liR To where it lies ■ " ps tlty 111-fated doom! S Hut be it so—l'll Bay. yes, be it so ; Ne' Eur we'll hoi nlwavsstrlve beueath our woe, . era For conies the tomb; Cot And tin y whose cheeks were paled in faith's Hi. sweet glow E*l Willbrighter bloom I S Yea! whenthiil heart I S That only lived on earth lor one dear thing, ,S Must its loud idol from Hie bOBOsB liing. Or feel the smart At limes from -lighted I^ove—then lieart why ding! Let It depart!...

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 July 1871

totting ftate gmmwt RATES OF ADVERTISING. AdTf»rt.ißftmwnt* will Vm insprtwl in th«* EVEN ING STATK JOURNAL at the following rates. except legal advertisements: One square, one Insertion $ 75 One square, two insertions v .. 1 25 One square, three insertions 1 7ft One square, six insertions 3 00 One square, twelve insertions fi 00 One square, out month 10 00 One square, two months 18 00 One square, three months, 25 00 TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, Ac, not exceeding three or four lines, will 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 cisn ix advaxcb. «£-->B Select" Whiskey sold by W. D. Blatr & CO., Ninth and Main streets, is equal to any brand In the market. They sell it at #2.50. It is rich and mellow. KafßUHard Temple.— Red fbrd and Ires, cor. j ncr of Main and Eleventh streets, keep the moat j fashionable Billiard Saloon in Richmond....

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 July 1871

Ho. M2M Mai* Stiiit, Ricimoirb, ViftomiA on.rinl Paper Ibr Ihe <-<Mrrii...ei.t. WKDXKSiU . X, KN'G, JULY JO, WW, — i UENERAL SIIEHMANS PREDICTIONS. The New York Ilrralt says tliat General iShcrinan lias again expressed himself on the Presidential question, very explicitly. He tells a IJcriUd ottrrespoinrent that &mnt i* ilm ma* for r,rlerti,»i ,- that the count,,/ is quiet ami prosperous' under hix administra tion, awl that he ought to be, and will be, made Chief MttgiMmU a secant timi.— The Htrahl adds, '.'very sound reasoning this," thus endorsing Sherman's position. Will the Democratic press irenoirilly, and especially our neighbor? of the Richmond press, wh» took such pains to publish the garbled reports af Sherman's New Orleans fornmtirin? Tlie well considered, dclilier ate opinion of so cmnpetcnt and unbiased a party, a-! General Slicnniin, might wel have weight with us all, and we incline ti adopt it. Will the Enquirer and Dispatch and especially the Whig, which pti...

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 July 1871

_____9______ Jfwmrot WEDNESDAY EVEN'O. JULY 2ti, 187U [BY AUTHORITY.] TREATY BETWEENTHE UNITEI AND i. ll I vi BRITAIN. Claims, Fisheries, !Vavi«aiion ef the alt. Law rence, Ice, Ameriran Lumber ea the River St. John. Boundary. aTIO.ih MCBAXOtD Jl'I.T 4, 1871. ronrf.riiitn mat R, -ir.ie 17, IS7I Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain antl Ireland, concerning the settle ment of all causes of difference between the two countries was concluded and signed at Washington by the High Commissioners and Plenipotentiaries of the respective Gov lows: . ' The United States of America and Her Britannic Majesty, being desirous to pro vide for an amicable settlement of all causes have for that purpose appointed their re the President of the United States has pointed, on the part of tho United States as Commissioners in a Joint High Commis sion and Plenipotentiaries, Hamilton Fish, Scnenck, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis ter Plenipotentiary to (ircat Britain ; Sam uel Nelson, an Associate Justi...

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 July 1871

WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, Jll.Y 2tl, 1871.' 11l Mid It \i'N WKEVTMrVM WITH FATE. I), Goddess F.llo I 'ollle o|H- lhe gale ,11 Is nlu'.TUtic |HJWtT : Pray, give a plan For Kn-Klux Klan To Mlgß with in one hour ,)ur eounln s weal we l-.iv A sacrltlce to-day, I'ixni ihe hv altar. Like Continental OX With well-slullei, ballot-box. To save Ku-Klux from halter. We'll change lhe laws And break the jaws Thai grasp relis tight as deatti; 1 he public debt— The Union pet— We'll smother its foul breath. We'll seize the throat Of negro vote Antl choke it dead as Lincoln : And by itsgho.i liaise whipping.liost For negro tJiMve. to think on. The rights ol" State We'll vindicate, If every Yankee swing; For our hold clan Yet leads the van, All sworn to tlo that thing. Though Lee is dead Anil .left' has lied, Hot Yankee broth we're brewing, And all the land May uiidersiand, We swear to rule or ruin. We wish no schools Like Yankee fools, Who like to read and think : We rather fight Than read and write, Tf we ...

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 July 1871

KATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisement, will be in.erted In the EVEN ING STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertisements: one square, one insertion • I? One square, two insertion. J •* One square, three.inaertions • »* One aquafe, six Inaertions * y~ One aqnare, twelve insertiona * j One aqnare, one month ~ n. One square, two months i* no One square, three month. 24 on TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Heat, *c, not exceeding three or four lines, will inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TT-FTVE CENTS for one insertion; or two In aertsona for FORTY CENTS; three insert ion., SIXTY CENTS—invaribly ca.b ix aovabce. fcff-Whil.- we have ne de«lre %m he luvldloa. still wo desire to call attention to the place of be nines, now occupied by Mr. Johb W. Braßßtt, at the corner of Sixth and Broad street., where at all times can be procured melons, both water and musk, which will satisfy the fancy of the most fastidious. In regard to quality, they wil...

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 July 1871

dSvMng 9 tot* fmtrwrt. EIWAHII DMIEI.S, Editor nnd lln.Kiir Ko. 012H Mail STBBBT, Kl(-Hlli.s'i), VlßlllMA Olsleial Paper for the l.ovcrmnenl. THTKSDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1871 MIIESSFVL INTRODUCTION OF TH JUTE PLANT INTO THE UNITE STATES. In the Cimrso of the last thirty years a export from India, in "the shape of .Jute am its fabrics, has grown from insignilicamt' to commercial importance. It has become one of the chief products of India. In 1860 the export of Jute and its manu factures to England exceeded one hundred and thirty millions of pounds. It has sine: then increased, and at least sixty million. of pounds, in the shape of raw material hale-cloth, or giumy-bags, were sent las' year to the I'nited States. The import ml, this country is consumed principally in tin Southern States, where it forms the c*> velope for cotten. The Jute and its fabrics imported by us last year, cost in India three millions o dollars ; but, after a voyage of lifteen Hum sand miles, transhipment, ci...

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 July 1871

THURSHA Y KVKXIX(i. JILY 27,1877. Pink aiirl White Trninnv. lIV MIIS. HARKIKT HEECHEK STOVVE. Boston to attend to that preparatory Shop ping, which even the most sensible ol" the Hex discover tn be indispensable on such oc (iracc inclined, in the centre of her soul, to Bostonian, rather than New York prefer ences. She had the innocent impression that a classical severity and a rigid reti cence of taste pervaded even the rebellious department of femiuiuc millinery in the city of the Pilgrims—an idea which we rather think young Boston would laugh down as an exploded superstition; young Boston's idea at the present hour being, ap parently, to outdo New York in New York's imitation of Paris. In fact, (iracc found it very difficult to And a milliner, who, if left to her own devices, would not bc-feather and be-llower her past all self-recognition, giving to her that generally betowzled and fly-away air which come straight from the demi-monde We apprehend that tho recent storms of tribula...

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 July 1871

Cvtnitty rotate |omnat. • THURSDAY tSVENJ M■,-H 1■ V i V, 1871. ' IIKOROK Al.KIIKl) TIIWNSKNII thus 1 . poetizes at the reopening of a college in 1 Delaware closed since the opening of the J war : j . The sport, of schools hfivi' now :i higher fame \ Willi base-ball elul» where ivomiii watch lln 1 j Kami*, i Whili- tiilv burgc-crcw. down lh« rivers spin And play ll beauiillcd by ili«iipline. To llii-si- high toys of tin-1 'iirriculum Must meaner "»»*»" anil oldi-ii "acrapes" snc cuinb; For, 'tl. tin- .indent give, tin' school address. Hi. best diploma i. 111. manliness The aense ol honor never can Is- taught Lost It may l.* or not In vnln !.- sought: li is that breath of good men which survive.. The tloating aroma of fragrant live., The gentler thoughts sn->erior soul. dispense. Anil fruit of every noble iniliieiice. j "Surely." says one. "our poet's v free lance: The Isiv. sirs- with us i give the boys a chance ! " No! these voting students who would liuild again I Our crumbled ...

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 July 1871

(?reninn $tatc gflttmttt \ | . *Tfnl | i I f_ (I Advertisements will he inserted In the EVEN- » ■ ; ! I ! 1 I JI II / ■ 1 I 1 I I / )Wi III! I 11111 wUI% JMmWWIJ &VW%Sr J|*& till** One square, two Insertions 12ft • • One square, three insertions ,, i 7ft Ond square, six insertions 3 00 One square, twelve insertions ft fiO ■■■■:* ■•"■■ -r. ■■■-■■ - —■— - r \ '■ ■■ ■■ ■; — y-.z ' ■■ - . ,'',,, ———, ■ ■ _ ■ ; — __;-_ ; ■_ —■■ —. —.,. ■■. — " ":, " -■■•■■- ,. •, , ,■;-.-:-' ■■;■■■■ - - - ; , ■■■ ■-,;;;-7— 25 RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1871. VOL. III. NO. 216 Advertisements of Lo-i, Wants, Found, For Rent, fee., not exceeding three or four lines, will Inserted under the proper heading, at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion; or two in sertion, for FORTY CENTS; three inaertions, SIXTY CENTS—invaribly cash U advabcb. ■ atnTFrayaer'a Gallery.—A new nnd probably the best-appointed Photographic Gallery in the South, has just been fitted up by Mr. W. G. R. Fbatsbb, at 101...

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 July 1871

ISdli.r ana Mannar*. lliriiMnsn, Viß.ii.il lie Government. JULY 98, IST!. vsiiiM.ro>. icnt features of tint Washington, already ■Servo more than v iment, sections 1, il v ied as surrendering en rightfully in.-i-tod ded to Great; liritain on the part of the ng that the British de duty under then »1 law, in regard to of the Alabama, the lie second paragraph icle I: "Her Britau rized her High Com ,in a friendly spirit, r Majesty's govern under whatever cir abauia and other ves s, and lor the deprc y those vessels," it ted, that)this apology n made, and, if made, en embodied in tho mount to a eonfMiion •tide X. ciation was bestowed the throe rules laid Croat Britain in the tors, of claims by cit iates upon Croat Bri be piracies of the Ala els, when such rules il lnl iv international abama escaped from a ii-laimcr to that effect itself, in those words, tv has commanded her to declare that Her t cannot assent lo tho tatement of principles ■li ifh were in force at 'ins mentioned in Arli...

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 July 1871

$ tate gottmat FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1871. A Thrilling Scene on a Fall river Steamer. "Fisk's is the Full River lino, i.s it not?" "Yes; anil the way he tries to beat every body else, and make" his the only lino to Huston is astonishing. Why, I'll tell you somethingabontFi.sk. One day, just as we were starting from New York, a trim little girl stepped aboard and took a state room, saying she was going through to Boston. She wasn't dressed loud, but mighty neat and rich, wearing a Turkish hat. velvet Rack trimmed with lace, a dress with a lot of scallops and trimming around it, and about the most bewildering foot i ever saw on a human. She was pretty, sassy, and called me 'old father' at supper, and carried on in a way that soon showed what she was, though she deceived me at first with her baby face and girlish manners. "She was standing on deck about 7 o'clock, after having horrified the ladies and amused the gentlemen by her rollicking manner, and became quiet I'or a few minutes...

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 July 1871

tfmmu) &tatt |jw»ujl FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1871. Have you read 1° I°* Talmnd of oltl, In the lejsvnda tin- Kabbins have tolil Ol i In- limitless realms of the nirY Has*- yon rs-ail it—the marvellous Btory iii sandalphon, the Angel of (ilorv . Sandalphon, Hie Ante! of Prayer? How, erect, at lhe outermost Rates Of Vise City Oeleetlal he wait-. With his" feet on the laililer of light. That, cruwdi-d with angels iiiiiinnibi-n-il, Uv Jacob WM seen as he slumberi-d "Alone in the desert at night I The Angels of Wind and of Fire Chant only one hymn, and expire Willi the song's Irresatßtlble stress ; Expire in tlieir rapture and wonder, As harp string* are broken asunder. lly music they tln-oh to expreaa. But serene In the rapturous throng, I ni.uivcd hv lhe rush of the Bonn. Willi eves uiumpassioned and slow. Anionic tlie dead angels the deathless Saudalphon stands listening heartless lv sounds that ascend from below ; From the spii-its on earlh that adore, From the souls that intrea...

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