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The Daily Dispatch: January 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], To James M. Estes, Wm. M. Caldwell, and others. (search)
the same, to the Governor for his approval, and if such plans be approved by him the same shall be executed." First line third clause strike out the words "above mentioned," and insert the words "mentioned in the preceding section." Mr. Smith, of Kanawha, offered the following amendment to the first section as amended by the Senate: "And, provided further, that the sum of $50,000 of the sum here in after appropriated for coast, river and harbor defences, shall be applied to threat Kanawha River, the precise location of which shall be determined by the Engineer herein required to be employed by the Governor." The bill, with its proposed amendments gave rise to considerable discussion, Messrs, Haymond, Richardson, Smith and others participating therein. On motion of Mr. Haymond, who desired to offer an amendment acceptable to members from all sections of the State, the bill was laid on the table for the present. Committee on the Capital.--The Chairman anno
About Hoyt's one Dollar Store.a Tete-a-tete. "Good gracious me," said Mrs. Jones, While pinning on her collar, "I'm going down to Hoyt's store, Where all things are a 'Dollar.' Oh, he has 'sets' of various hues, And I am 'set' to buy them They are worth ten times what I shall pay, And I'm resolved to try them. "There's Mrs. Smith across the way, Embraced her dear one morning. Then bought a 'Bracelet,' which, to her, Was quite indeed adorning; And in the fashion I must be, So, likewise, I shall follow, And 'brace' my courage up to buy A 'Bracelet' for a Dollar. "And you, my love, who wear your 'chains,' I mean the 'chains' of Hymen, Can buy 'gold ones' good as the best, If you will only try them, All for one Dollar. Everything Is going off like lightning. No wonder that his store is thronged With faces that are brightening. "At number two Hundred and Thirty-nine, You must, my dear, be going; For day by day the place is filled With crowds to overflowing; And though 'pret