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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 July 1871

yttie l«i Stale JmtntiSE One square, two insertions I 3S If One square, three insertions I 7& Ir ■ One square, sik insertions S 00 One square, twelve insertions fl 60 : —*,*,.-*■ _.,.-, — ■-,■,...,..,. i«i >., . ,_...,..-—•• .—..,. . ■ ■ — ' :."—._ :.... , : , i. _-:. : : .— -. : — ... S^£^;i;;:':- : .i:. : :*: : .;:;:;S5 Richmond, va., Saturday evening, july 29, wn. vol. hi. no. 217. Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, kc, not exceeding three or fonr lines, will inserted under the proper headings at TW EN- CASH IN ADTAXCB. K9"< hiimpaifiics. Cider, Wines, Brandies, and WniBKKYs, atJIALMER k CO.'S, 814 Main street. ftp-Still They Come!! Kniri what tlie People bat ABorrr thb Remedies bold at "Pain Paint Office : m Could no/ Raise his Arm.'— I have suffered great- Iy from rheumatism for two years. I was not able to raise my arm when I used Pain Paijit.— After the Pain Paint was applied "Aye minutes to my shoulder, I could use my ann as well as ever. I have nsed P...

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. — 29 July 1871

—— — ■' No. 912., Mais Sraßßr, IHohkobii, Viboibia l-ni.cr'ier SAT! RDAY KVUXIMi, Jl Lt 21>, feTl. ~,vuuu" ^r^v BY HENRY WARD BEECHEH. Kvery young Hum, as he enters upon life, should take an account with himself, and decide in his own mind upon the course which ho will pursue. ITo should ask him self, "Will I enter upon a course in" which I can render a fair equivalent lor everytUjiug that T obtain.or will f enter upon a course in which, tor the things that I receive, I shall rentier an equivalent when- 1 must, mnl palm oil empty appearances where 1 can? It is a glorious ambition, a manly purpose, with which a person begins life, when he goes forth saying, "I mean to make my fortune, to be sure, and to pluck honor from the highest boughs of the tree of lite; but 1 am determined not to go one step in honor of wealth or power that is not a real step. What I have, I will pay for. I will not take anything without giving a fair equivalent for it." And what a contrast there is between ...

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. — 29 July 1871

■ j £tate .SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1871, ■ i - [From flic Oneida circular..) The Oneida Ntrast Wry Harvest. Oneida ha* become the center of a large strawberry-raising district. At perhaps no other point on the New York Central are more strawberries ship|>cd. Wishing to ascertain the exact figures, 1 recently spent a flirt-noon looking oyer tlie books oithe American Express Company's office ot Oneida, assisted by Mr. George l.awrence, a gentleman well acquainted with the ship ping- business. We ascertained that be tween the J Sth of June and the Sth of July, 3,Gi)9 crates of strawberries, con taining ]84,9->0 quarts or 5,780 bushels, were shipped on the New York Central and mainly to eastern markets. Add to this amount the fruit shipped from Oneida to various points on the Midland, and that sold in the village of Oneida for immediate con sumption and for canning, and that raised by the Oneida Community for the same pur poses, there would be a total product of considerably mo...

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. — 29 July 1871

SATURDAY 38.1871. f —__z__— .. -— 1 1 Maurhesier turi nnd Gossip. • « Truth is a Jewel, —The tools of the so- [ called t 'iinscnative party need not trouble j theiusolu's about the candidates pf the lte pulilie.in party. Is. T. Edwards will be a ( candidate for reelection and will be elected, , as will the whole ticket. It matters not wliether they are i-arjiet-baggers or not— , lie satisfied with your candidates, lovers of slavery, and set your traps as you have done, but failed, you may bate with pig, lamb, whiskey, etc., but it Won't catch this fall. Those who were caught at the last elec tion have made their escape, and they know the fate. It is good white Sating, but its affect is digressing afterwards. Hie mid night meetings has not been held yet, and when they are, it will not be for the purpose of folding out who voted against the Repub lican party, so as they may be ostracised for so doing; but to adopt measures to carry on the election, and to choose the best men to repres...

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. — 31 July 1871

oS3E : SnSr ;:::::::::::::: il» > - : • » Richmond, va., mqnday evening, july 31,1871. vol. hi. no. 21s. is** •/>**»* TO AWVKRTIKERS. i.aaanJ .Mare- ,*»l»tr — — v —*' »t>.mn <*}•* [ Advertisements oi Lost. Want". Fosin.l. For a Rem, *c . not enrceedlnr three or Ann- line*, will ' Inserter! nardm- the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion; or two in nartlon* for FORTY OENTS; three Insertions, SIXTY OENTS-'irt'lrarlßty c.sa» Jit maN|. , ~_. , •HT"< Ininieimii. «. I'liler. Wine*, llrnnilic, and WHurtm., at BAT.MER & CO.'S, SI4 Main *Jal ■ißilasiT-. Sallerr.—A new nnri prnhnlilv the best-appointed Photographic Gallery iv the South, has Just been fitted up by Mr. W. G. H. Fb.ybbb, at 1(111 Main slreet, opposite the post oftlce. Mr. Fbatsbb has spared no pains or exf >. penae In hfe efforts to get the best apparatus that *, ~,»*bl,\ oo obtained for hia purposes, and that he has succeeded one has only to examine his rooms and Instrument* to be convin...

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. — 31 July 1871

II) niMH.s. Editor ami MuMer. Mali Stbbbt, Kicbbobd, Vibuibia tl»l r»p»r r»r the (i*Trrnmmt. iV F.VKNINU, JI'LY 31, IST I. lerlfnii lil.tltnte of Instruction, neeting of this hotly, held recently, on "Kindergartening the Gospel Ircn," was reail by Miss Elizabeth xly, of Cambridge. Afterrcvicw origiuofthcku.deTgartonandg.v- nis theories in reference to it, Miss ■ exhibited specimens of the work 1 by children in a school at Dres- I gave a very interesting description netliod of education there in use. Ed as follows: . teachers had the philosophy of , and children, before lieing sent to nary schools for instruction, were 1 in the kindergarten by a moral ,c involving the experimental know iat they must needs gain by the night-out exercises that engage their s, affection aud thinking laculty, o by that use and understanding ot c winch must needs come from the oral teaching of the kindergarten, ole fabric, of education would very il the influence, for it would be alive c foundation, and n...

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. — 31 July 1871

KVWAIID DIMKI.V Eslitor nml ITll—lllf " No. 912' si iM si.. Stbkkt, Richbomi, Vlßillßl* otlliml Taper for the l.overnmrnl. il MONDAY I.VKMM., .lll.A 91, [871. r ' 1 I Anierlcnil Itl.tillite nf Ift.trlirtlnu. At a mceling of this body, licltl recctiily, v papef on "Kindiwgartaimg Hie *.•< I'or Cniltlrcn, wm read by Miss t___bwi J I. Peabody, nf Cambridge. AfteTrevitw in;; thu origin of thi' kindergarten sad giv ing various theorii's in referi-iirc to il, Miss l'eabotly rxhibiteil ip*jeim«i_ of the work j executed by ehiltlren in a school at Dres- j den, anil pro a very interesting description of the inctliiiil of education there in use. ' She closed as follows: I If all teachers had the philosophy of l-'roebel, antl children, before being sent to 1 the primary schools for instruction, were j prepared in the kindergarten by a moral discipline involving the experimental know- , ledgu that they must metis (rain by the weli-thought-out exercises that engage their activities, affection...

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. — 31 July 1871

tfirgttittfl £ tate ggttyttitt 31, 1871. Too Mnch Corn to Hog-. feeds too much corn to his stock hogs. Farmers generally complain because they rarely if ever, get prices for their hogs at killing time, from tlie buyers, anil say that it costs so much to fatten them, tlmt hog raising is unprofitable. 1 agree with that class of farmers exactly on this point; for no man can afford to feed corn to a hog from weaning time until it is ready for the butcher, and sell it for current prices, no matter what those prices are—-iv other words, a hog fed on corn all his life, from a weanling until fatted, "eats its head off" twice over, and can never bo sold for slaughtering purposes, at a profit. I have often been amused at farmers' ideas on this subject. They say: "1 hail the corn, plenty of it, raised it myself; bred antl reared the pig ; therefore 1 can afford to keep corn in the pen all the time, and sell him at a fair profit." The folly ol such reasoning is too trans parently absurd and rid...

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. — 1 August 1871

tf'mutt"! Journal. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will he inserted in the EVEN ING STATE JOURNAL at the following rates, except legal advertisements: One sqn.ire, one insertion 7ft One square, two insert ions I 2fl One square, three insertions ,■ 1 7fi One square, six insertions 3 00 One square, twelve insert ions ft 00 One square, one month 10 00 Onesqnare, two months 18 00 One square, three months 25 00 TO ADVERTISER*. 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 cash in advance. JK£T'hampn«nes, Cider, Wines, Brandies, and WmsKKTK, at BALMEK ft CO.'S, 814 Main street. MVFrayser's Gallery.—A new and probably the best-appointed Photographic Gallery in the South, has just been fitted op by Mr. "YV. G. R. Fbaybbr, at 1011 Main street, opposite the post. office. Mr. Fraysek has spared...

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. — 1 August 1871

IIAISU iiiMII.V i:.iiier and Mannarer. :iI2H Main Smrrx, rtrftrsioJrD, Yiku'sm OBleial rarer l„r the tiovernnieiil. Tl i;SI>A V KVKNINC, Al Gt ST I, |.s;i. , [From till- New York Tint**.] THE VEHIH-ROIT EUPtIOSHWI AT M Vt MM, A DEADLY BOUND I* THE IT(»I.D. All being in "readiness, anil the hour for departure arrived, the assistant pilot, -lames MeUce, went into the pilot-house furthest from the dock, and Captain Vreeland into ; the one nearest it. The latter delayed giv- j ing the orders to east oil' until bo i mild sat the incoming boa! appear in the Bayoelbw. j That ihort delay whs of inestimable value. Terrible as was (lie loss of lite, awful as was tho impending calamity in every respect, i 1 would have been mucii worse had the boat oTh&K'SL? \ was thus waiting, and just about \k o'clock, i the engineer tried the water and* found it I above the slop-cock. The government j steam-gunge on the boat was fixed audi locked al twenty-seven pounds, and she ] was carrying that amo...

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. — 1 August 1871

The c.rii Ftnprror at Ems. lin is dwelled by all who tiiiiiin|lj a character of importance. The Kni is at Kins; our princes ami prineess iose name is legion, are scattered over ity of watering places, aud the lesser are following the examples of the uminarios. I'rince Bismarck i- al untry seat a! Varzin, in I'omerania, the < 'arlsbad waters, and now even deral Council, the last symptom of the imperial organism, has closed its % and retired to various spas Predi on Delhriicli having crossed the Ital ntier for his health, Moltkeis at (ias- Our papers are full of recollections i time last year, and especially the or's presence at Ems supplies ample for exultant reminiscences. The mr r of His Majesty and M. do Renodot >een duly commcinmoratcd on the Hut now it appears, the historians ready fallen out with regard to the pot where the scene took place, and unly means of saving posterity from ice, it is proposed to erect a marble heating to the inch the exact where of the famous even...

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. — 1 August 1871

(evening State gittttwt; — -. — — rVsafIDXY EVENING, AUOI ST 1,1871. THERE l> ItOOM AT Till. TOP They say the professions are crowded Itv seekers lor lame and for bread : That the members are pushing each other As close as their footsteps can tread. Hut be not discouraged, my brother, Nor suffer exertion to stop. Though thousands are pressing uround you. There is plenty of room a! the lop. Be trns to thy love and (by country— The dastard wins never a prise ; But the earnest are ever the victors. And he who on justice relies, Who wins the good guerdon by labor. Will trainer sweet rest a* his crop. And find, as the lull* sink behind him. That there's room enough at the top. Oh ! let not the evil disturb you, There's good if you bill search it out. Make pure thine own conscience, my brolliei Nor mind whal the rest are abort : And whether your work may have [alien In sanctum, or oilier, or shop, Remember Hie low grounds are crowded, Hut there's always room at the top. The Bristol New...

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. — 2 August 1871

1,9 £ fate gmrorol. TES OF ADVERTISING. tents will he inserted in the EVEN IS JOURNAL at the following rates, advertisements: mo insertion T/t two insertions 1 M Lliree insertions 1 70 :ix insertions .... 3 oo welve insertions!..'.".'!.,'..... S .'hi me month 11l on wo months Is no hree months 26 no ro u>\ i it tiskks. ents of Lost, Wants, Found, For exceeding three or four lines, will der trie proper headings at TWEN iNTS for one insertion; or two in •'ORTY CENTS; three insertions, 'S—invaribly cash is auvascs. tunes. Cider, Wines, Urandies, , at HALMER k CO.'S, 814 Main I 's Gallery.— A new .■■■i.l probably I nteil Photographic Gallery ill the t been fitted up by Mr. \V. (1. R. 11 Main street, opposite the post avskk has spared no pains or ox ibrts to get tho best apparatus that led for his purposes, and that he one has only to examine his rooms ts to buconvinced. HisDnllmeycr is the largest we have ever seen, there is but one other ol its size Mr. Fhavskk is one of the ihers i...

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. — 2 August 1871

MAIS Sliin-t. lIIcHSOSB, YlßulSli nil;, i.il BMW '■"' ts* Uovernment. i\i: I'M E\E'«,At'qu§T2, •low lo Alrke il S.oii- l'ro-|iero««. A lumber of Eastern nnd Noiihwesiem c ,]iit .'' .' 1,.80in0 yi'c'M fio, a-l !']) a very .. niplutsj :rul c\*o"stve Iron .'.irnacc in !',st'< covity, Kentucky. The"'work . ibl thorn, it ; s i rd. a pj !,,, on ofdollari, They v tory employe I the pc i] neigh borhood ni" *he°- Jt iace, but brought Una the East a number of si r-JJcd worl nap, •htii tiilc-ur. :'.'•(•- riUi -' * , m-v Extern no-j , "\ .-.overa 1 ways, t > the wealth and r.r.pe.ls/ofh.SH.* tf ik'.t tho real olil Kclitiickian has no such fool'sh ideas of the means to prosperity. To hint prosperity cons'sts hi "waHopping i-iial lei", the Chinaman, he docs not Hko 5,.-;'" tin .: md an Eaitna and Northern ma i, iK-cnrd'tig to b : s notions, lias un hnsi rn in a Southam State. Aooord"'ngly, tho !:■'! River as thete .Until ■ oumy Furnacca arc cVlcd, do not prosper. Tlie Lotmu'lle Ct inn.'...\...

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. — 2 August 1871

— —-——^ ________^______^__ / * • *A d A AW sV Jrfitti gourttat VVEDN KSI)A VK\ "11l \v\MII\CTON I.ETTKR. \V/SIHN(IT.)N, )>. ('., 1 Jlrtjr IJlsi, ish. I The weather sii" contnroes Pno—not ton cck>l nor tin lint. ; i cvciywny jrst as every < lie l ; kcs. a ilny passe : "lat we tlo not have a refreshing mower, wh-eh cools Ihe- air suilinently To Keen us Com fni -ilili'. The prospects of having pioil crops ties ye°r are hr'''i. espoclc'ly In th's lat.Uide. NOll'l.l CVUOI INA KI.WTION. The number of Southerners a, .ivire' here on t'.e'r wav to Noilhcin chics nnd water ' i-r-places s now on the decrease. But ve.y few n.viics ,'oin Ninth Carn'-'ua are to he found ii fie hotel To the con i ary, nei'vly a'l : i the govei.-nent daM i nients i" - id oiher.s teinporar'ly employed here Snm that Slate, have already gone home to cast the'r vote on Thursday ne\v for the Jfepuh'-can ticket—to vote "No con vent'on" aud save the homestuoil. We are dai'y ; u rceei) tof loiters fn n the differe...

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. — 2 August 1871

WEDNESDAY EVE'U, AUOUST2..B7I. (Cor the Slate Journal iih.iit women v.. ''WoarETrs rights.'' Vrrlt.es Prevulela. There's a radiaut gem of celestial birth, That Is worn alone by ihe daughters of earth To adoru its mortal selling 11 meases the soul with un armor of light And ever does battle for Clod, and the right, In the bosom that sin is fretting. Its life is the strength of all wisdom and love. And it sows tlie sweel seeds that shall ripen above Into fruit as immortal as golden ' It never gives place to sedition or wrong Nor forges llie truth with a voluble tongue To innovate virtue- as olden. lis purity tilled all Ihe regions of space When the star of the Orient haloed lit* for. And gloritied everything human ! ' The miracle lives ! Despite tlie foul slain Its arrant defamers would throw o'er the name— The Itettuli/itl inline uf women l No ponderous brain force, no lever of mind, No eloquent phrases, with youth-charms com- overturn goodness or reason ; K.ieh pririUg* flww (v enml...

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. — 3 August 1871

KATES OF ADVERTISING. .jy >^Lu «2S e iS t " w m he inserted in the EVEN ING STATE .TOFHNAL at the following rates, except legal adverlisrm s : One square, one insertion 73 One square, two insert ions 1 2fi One square, three insertions 1 7a One square, six insertions .1 00 One square, twelve Insertions ,-, 50 One square, one month 11l 00 One square, two mouths 18 00 One square, three months ~', 2fi 00 to advertisers. Advertisements or Lost, Wants, Found, For Rent, ie, not exceeding three or four lines, will Inserted under the proper headings at TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion ; or two In ■ scr'.ions for FORTY CENTS; three in.ertions, SIXTY CEXTS-Irivaril.ly cash im advance. - __, , ' ————— agvhnmpa-racs, rider, Mine., Brandies, and IVnis_E,s-, atBALiMEIIi CO.'S, $14 Main street. "I'rayser's Gallery—A new nnd probably net-appointed Photographic Gallery in the i, liasjnn been fitted up by Mr. W. G. R. ser, at 101 l Main street, opposite the po»t- Mr. Faffs** has .spared no pain...

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. — 3 August 1871

I'lIM villi DAMEI.S, Editor and Manaaer. ...M rtmiiTMMTii ■iihiiii wiWr«i'W,'T»ilot«W'-''j Ollic.ul l-arer ler tie t .„r,.,n.„r. ~ |« -—■"- *"'...:.--• :z~r~ ~ :"""rzz: vi THURSDAY V.VK'G, AUGUST .'!, 1871. . ' 11 new umiirnm, Api'i.KTti.vs' .loi'RNAi. trives a lint' N pi.itiail. ol Sir .lolm llctsclicl, ami some v aitiiisine; pictured of "People in the Parks," with article. Tlie two serials are cpntinueil, anil there is a short sloty liy Mrs. Dorr, o Ueorge Hill wrilus tin iiiU'rcsting article about Sapjiho, anil tliore is « eiirions paper -r ou "The Uttlinj!; Passion," liesklas two re printed articles ami a poem. Tin? tnhle talker takes Bbdm* to task for his helping J the Krencli people down hill, and has some- s thing to say as to the social constitution of - America: C People of all nationalities unite under the of our flag, vastly heterogeneous un- ] del our freedom for individual development, hut swiftly acquiring a measure of homo geneity hy reason of liberalizing intercourse...

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. — 3 August 1871

THtTHSIMY KVK'U, AU(U\ST 3,1871. SPIRIT OF THE I'll I■<»■. Tlu> religious press of Xew York is tlioroughly aroused to trie dangerous politi cal and social condition of that city. We quote frmn its leading papers as follows. The Indqienilenl's leader is very sensible and moderate in tone, and treats of the proposal to have a Protestant league as follows: ignorance, brutality, lawlessness, by what ever limn,' they are called, under whatever banner they march, we are ready to do battle ; and in this good fight we count not vainly on the help of many good men within the Catholic Church. * * * * But we shall not give our support to any project by which the two great households of Christian faith are arrayed against each other. Tt would lie but the' beginning of bitterness andfend, whose end The Eeangelist discusses the charges against tlie Mayor, and says : We think we have given sufficient proof that we are willing to iudge fairly the gov ernment of the city of New York; to judge ...

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. — 3 August 1871

<&ym\\s gMc journal Till UMi.W i;\ I. .., Mi.' -t tin vv 11 VlOlt. A CO '.i'.lry prate: i-1 holding forth one v •• y - tii.ty da* In n tmall I nil wm much iiif.yi-.i l,\- thfl ■ iriio kept dropping in a ler the service bad commenced, invar ably .1 >ii P : the doer alter them. He bore the vexation with JotHfVo patience, but at length, bujllg fu'rlv exhausted by the ex terna op; r-'.-siveness of the heat, he viciiorateii to a 1 offender, "Friend, R>r goodr.eaa fa'.e let tl.at door be-open. I be lieve if] waj preaching in a bottle row w.rdd put the cork in!' O'.d Deacon Sharp never told a l'e ; but he used to relate this : llewa-islandit:'one day 1 core a r.og-,0 d, nnd siw- a large garter si.uke make an attack; upon an iiior inous bulkivg. Tlie sra'.c scizi.rt . fig's hind leg', aid the fog, to be on a fail, and bot'i wmrhenietl swallowing one another, .rid Continued this carimtnois upeantion until hothjlig Wailcft oi i', i Josii Billing.-! discourses thus m thi "Dinner l...

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