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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 December 1871

pICHMOND THEATRE. FORMES-HABELHANK GRAND OPERA, THE GREATEST STAR COMPANY IN THE TULS 'WEDNESDAY, Drcbmbbr «, Flotow's Popular Opers, MARTHA, With the following Star Cast: MARTHA (first appearance In Richmond M'lle. Bona NANCY Dues. ANNA M'lle. Prkdkiam JOHANNA M'lle. Hbdwi«s ANNCHEN M'lle. Schrokdbr LIONEL I iin.i,.mi' limn «uj PLUNKKT (his grand and original SOlo) C-RI- FdRMKB TRISTAE Joseph Weinlich SHI UIKK Am...- .1: I-ulles, Peasant", Hunters, Jie. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), THE TWO TENORS IN THE CAST. CARL FORMES In his grand part of FRIDAY, Oarl Yon Weber's Immortal Opera, DER FRKYSOHUTZ SATURDAY, Gr.«no Gai.a Opkra Niuht. Prices op Admission—Reserved seats in Orchestra and Dress Circle, tiI.SH; general admission, $1; second tier, 7-8.; third tier, 30c.; lower private boxes, (6. Sale of reserved seats, at West and Johnston's bookstore, will commence on 'THURSDAY, November 30th, at 9 o'clock A. M. The Grand Opera Troupe use the celebrated rtuckering Pianos, Woodhouse _ Parhnm, 121...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 December 1871

I'PON the Stnto Legislature, which met to-day, devolves a duty the importance of which to the people of A'irginia cannot be overestimated. To revise the experimental legislation of the last session, and to harmonize much that is found incongruous," ami supplement much that is incomplete, preparatory to the compilation of a revised code, will tax the skill and energy of both branches of tho General Assembly. The people also demand such equitable revision of our registration and election laws, as will no.longer aiTord facilities for "depriving the emancipated class of the substantial benefits of freedom, and of preventing the free political action of those citizens who do not sympathize with (Democratic) views." While we desire the ballot-box to have •very safe-guard thrown around it, we hold that every voter has the right to cast his ballot once at each election, and that while he who attempts to vote fraudulently shall have ample punishment meted out to him ; those (and especially o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 December 1871

WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 6,1871. _ ' i. i i DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF TIIE TREASURY. The country has been prosperous during lhe year, now closing; and the public finances have shared in the general prosperity. During tlie fiscal year ending June 30, IS7I, the reduction of the public debt was $94,327,764.84. The total decrease in the public debt from March 1, 1869, to December 1, 1871, was 8277,211,892.16; and during the same period the annual interest | charge has been reduced $16,741,436.04.1 The Secretary says: "The revenues for the year 1871, and the receipts since the first of July last, show that the time has arrived when a considerable further reduction in taxes can be made, and yet leave the government in a position to pay at least fifty million of dollars annually of the principal of the public debt, including the amount pledged through the sinking fund. In my annual report to Congress for 1870, I expressed the opinion that the settled policy ol the cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 December 1871

droning £tai* journal \\ EPNESDAY EVENIKG, DEC. 6,1871. FORTY-SECOND CON&RESS-211 Session i < Titksday, December stit, I s 7l. I ' sevvti: Mr. Kellogg 'introduced bill to_ author- j ize mail steamship service fn the Gulf of Mexico between the port of New I h ieaus ( and certain ports of the republic of Mexico. ; Mr. lllair moved to take up the resolution offered by him yesterday, calling on ( the President for his authority to declare | martial law ia curtain counties of South ( Carolina. Mr. Blair said the resolution ; contemplates that the President shall lay j before the Senate the manner in which ho \ has executed the extraordinary powers , conferred upon him by Congress. lie had heard that of the many citizens of South < 'arolina arrested, nine-tenths of them had been arrested charged with crimes committed before the act of April 20, 1871. The facts alleged in connection with these offences he recognized as having been brought to the attention ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 December 1871

<£wnitto £tate |ourttat rcßLiaaan DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ne. oi'.H Main -treel, Rlchnun., Va. TERMS I DAILY— til per year: six month", 13; three montha, »l.Ki; 1 month, 60cent-. SEMI-WEEKLY— I2.6O per tear; six months, II M; three months, M cents. WEEKLY—»I .OOper year; six men tha, 75 cents teTWBBBLTand SBMI-WBBKT.t JOURNAL mobs at oxtrcnely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. j Ty ICHMOND I FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. KORMES-HA B E I. M A N N GRAND OPERA, THE GREATEST STAR COMPANY IN THK WORLD. THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, Dkcrmbku 7, | STRADELLA, THE TWO TENORS IN THE CAST. ; CARL FORMES in hia grand pan of MALVOOLIO. FRIDAY, Curl Yon Wflber'fl Immortal Opera, ' DER FREYSOHUTZ. SATURDAY, Gband Oat.a Opbra Night. ' Prices of ADKirjsiojr—ReservtH- Heats in Or- , t'he«tra and Dresw Cinle, _\.M) ; general admU.lon, 91; second tier, 7jc.; third ti«»r, flnc.; lower ] private bo)te«, »6. I Sale of reserved seats, at West nnd Johnston's bookr-tore, will commence on THURSDAY, November 3fnh t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 December 1871

ii DAILY, SETHI-WEEKLY' AND" WEEK LV, W pi tlo. DUX aUm St_k«t, RicHMoan, YiaimiA. _. EDWARD DANIELS. Editor and .Mnnn.er. si _____________—_— " TERM'S : DAILY. L On* year *6 00 | Three month- 1 BO i Six month' f.l Ui I cnemontri M II SEAir-WEEKLY. j <*< (ießrrj) ktbrt rsssssstt asv MM-.] ne year VI Ml Three months 7P jO tjix montiu ! _s 1 Une month SB 4m WEEKLY. c , [!3arED fis-KRV H-J..nNEtfDAY._ One year II 801 six months 7,', _ OLUR RATES I'fiß SEMI-WEEKLY: b One Y'ar. Sir ttonlhA. Three Months, n '- Csipifis....*ll 00 ti ISO ♦'? 70 h 1(1 copioa.... 'JO 00 lv l"l fl no 111 copies M CO 17 «l 8 7.') C W copies ... 75 IK) 37 00 IS 76 - eSTSpecl.non copies of each ediiiou sent free. _ THURSDAY EVENING, PEC. 7, 1871. F THE -OVERNtIR'S AILSSAtIE. 1 With the slight drawback, that the v writer of this public document draws too t much upon his imagination for assumed i facts, ths Message is a readable paper, ( couched iv language more carefully chosen ( than the t.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 December 1871

_vn\\\\# Jtat* giwrtuit. THURSDAY EVENING, DXC. 7, 1871. i D__P-_ai*__ENTAL REPORTB. REPORT OF THE CONTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. The report of Hon. 11. R. Hulburd, Controller of the Currency, shows that 155 national bantcs havo been organized during the past year, making the total nurabar organized up to October Ist, of this yesr, I,S-G. One hundred and forty-five of these banks were organized under the act of July 12, 1870, providing for the issue of of #54,000,000 of additional national bank circulation. The aggregate capital of these banks is $15,996,000. The total amount of currency issued under the act aulyl2, 1870, to October 1, 1871, is 333,990, some $20,000,000 of which has i furnished to new banks, and the remainder to existing banks which had not received their full quota or which had increased their capital to meet tho growing demands of business. The number of banks organized in tho South is small, as the banks in that section Knot in a condition to take any conble portion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 December 1871

tonuiti gcutt'iutl. I THUIISPAY EVBHIIfG, I'M'. 7, 1871. j LATEST NEWS. Ilcmit ol' tin. t niii.iiisnioi.rr of Agrlc-lt-ic j Tho Commissioner i f Ap-irulture in liis j u-port aixumonrivi" ■ ii,,, IV-ki' nts message, ppeaking of 11.0 needs of soutliein j agrieultur,', says: "ll 11111..-I le concedaid that the eaus-e of agrietilture in the Southern States has not been conducted with thai care, skill, and regard (or ultimate results which have eliane'ieir/ed the -peratieus of farmers in other Stales. While their lands arc continuously devoted to cuttou and tobacco until they have arrived at a state of exhaustion, those of the north are continually improving by rotation of crops, which is ftliKoluU'lv essential to tlie life of the soil itself, and" without which farming and planting had better be abandoned. . "These impression!, have induced tne to turn my attention to these States to seek smile mode by which the influence of this department may be directed to benefit , them; to fir.,rou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 December 1871

evjemttg _9\m journal. ymn.isi.En DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At His. »ia>4 Main Street, Richmond, Vn. TERMS: DAILY—*« per year; six months, tS; three months, $1.50; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6_ per year; six months, ♦ 1 25: three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—*I.SO per year; six months, 76 cents WT WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL ty.tbs at extremely low rates. AMUBEMENTS. I»l< IIMOND THEATRE. LAST WIGHT BUT ONE. FORMES-HABELM ANN GRAND OPERA, THE GREATEST STAR COMPANY IN THE WORLD THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, Decemhe_i I, Carl Yon Weber's Immortal Opera, DER FREYSOHUTZ, with the TWO PRIMA DONNAS and the kind assistance of members of the VIRGINIA FREYSOHUTZ CHORUS. AGATHA M'lle. Axha Rosetti ANNCHEN M'lle. Dzioba MAX Theo. Haiti mann CASPER Jos. \Vi:i. i icii HERMIT W. Formes OTTOOAR C. Bhauiiard OUNO F. BKRKIXOIiR KILLIAN Mr. .Takiskv ) Mrs. Prrdiuau BRIDESMAIDS I Mrs. Schbokder ) Miss GREUORIOI'S SAMUEL Mr. Albrkcbt PEASANTS, MUSICIANS, DEMONS. Second Act, Gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 December 1871

I-WEEKLY. AND: WEEKLY, j AT S STREET, RICHS-OXD, VIROI-111. . 111 ELS. Editor »n«l ■__•__•*> j TERMS : 16 (IT I Three months.... 1 80 . ...... mil Onemonth 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. EVERT TCIBDAT AXD M_-Mf •) *2 SO I Three months 76 1 SSI Onemonth » WEEKLY. U*D EVERf WEDNESDAT.] tl SO | six months 78 iTES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : c Year. Six Months. Three Months. II 00 *S SO •'! 78 20 00 10 111 8 00 SS 00 17 80 " 78 76 00 87 80 18 78 m copies of each edition sent free. EVENING, HF.C. 8, 1871. ■RESIDENT'S MESSAGE. 'essnge is examined, and public n it is reflected from the public )tice that it meets the fullest i »f his friends, and is proof ittacks of Iris enemies, here in this plain, unpretending , that has struck so many chords in the popular senticountry. It is not tropes or eech, which men call eloquence ; nts or victories in tho past, or ;, which please those who have ievements, or look forward to uccesses, that enforce approvnce of the Message; it is its priety ; addressing the langu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 December 1871

#u*mnfl £to te journal.; FRIDAY EVENING. DEC. S, IS7I. I j Thursday, December 7. (SENATE. Mr. Sunnier prcsentotl memorial of laxpayers of Hoston, asking the abolition of llie duty on coal. Al-W, petition of colored citizens of Al- | hany, N. V,, asking the passage of the supplementary civil rights bill. Mr. Sumner said he was in receipt of letters from various parts of tho country, showing that the colored people of the country were theroughly alivo on this subject, 'fhis was eminently proper. Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow. The colored people should arouse themselves to the importance of this subject, and should agitate it until all the rights which are guaranteed to them under the constitution are fully enjoyed. Congress could do nothing better than to take this bill up and pass it as a Christmas gift 10 the colored people of the country. It would be one of the greatest presents ever made in human history. Mr. Scott called up the resolutions reported from the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 December 1871

t_mm jtoto journal. FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 8, 1871. LATEST NEWS. FOREIGN NEWS. Enaland. London, Dec. 7.—Republican meetings were held at Birmingham and Heading yesterday. The proceedings were disorderly, and at Reading the meeting broke up in a row. While Mr Odger was addressing the Republicans at Reading last night he was frequently inteirupted by parties evidently determined to break up the meeting. At last a rush was made into the hall by a large crowd from the outside, and a desperate fight commenced. The platform was finally taken possession of by tho intruders, tho Republicans driven out, and Mr. Odger was obliged to tlee to save himself Honorable Sir James Yorke Scarlett, Lieut. General of the army, who was made K. C. B. for distinguished service in the war in Crimea, and who was recently in command of the camp at Alderschott, died yesterday, in his seventy-second year. France. Paris, Dec. 7.—The appointment of Jules Ferry'as Minister from France to the United States is officia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 December 1871

<_. vcninfl £tv tc Commit. HIWII DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Ai Ne. 919 M Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—». l>er year; six month's a3: Ihree •nonths, ♦l.fio: 1 month, 60 rents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2.OO per year; six months, ,1 2.',; three months, 7.1 cents. WEEKLY —01 noperyear; six months,":'!cents IgT WKEKI. T a.-.d SEMI- WEEK!. V JO URNA L clubs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. ■ )l< IIMONI) THEATRIC. LAST NIOHT OF FORMES-HA D E L M A N N ('IRANI) OPERA, THE GREATEST STAR COMPANY IN THE WORLD. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, Deck_.ui« 9, '< Last Night of the Opera, (IRANI) (lALA PERFORMANCE, Shakspeare's Glorious Tale, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, (Die Lustigen Weiber.) THE MUSIC by NICOi.AI i THE WHOLE COMPANY IN THE CAST' CARL FORMES as FALSTAFF i DEBUT OF M'LLE NESER. ALL Till. PRIMA DONNAS, ALL THE TENORS, ALLTHKHASSOS, ALL THE HARITONES. TEN'PROFESSORS from New York will be i added to the Orchestra. VIDE THE GRAND CAST: ~I'Ho Roset...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 December 1871

mm I AILY, SEMI-WEEKLY. AND: WEEKLY, Ito. »12M Mjii» Sramr, Ricbmond, Vianixii. CUM UID MM-BJt Editor and Man.-uer. TERMS : DIILI. One year te oc j Three months 1 50 Six months is to I One month Mi SEMI-WEEKLY. [tssrsn xtkrt TrssnAT Aim fxidav _ ne year tl Mil Three months 73 _.t\ months 1 V I One month M WEEKLY. [ISSCBD »V»»T WED^BSDAV.] On* year tl 60 I six months 78 CI.TJB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. '5 copies.. ..WI 00 M 60 ♦ > 76 lo copies.... 20 011 10 00 (ion •tn copies 3D 1)0 17 60 9 75 60 copies ... 75 00 .7 60 18 76 copies of each edition sent free. .SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 9, 1871. THE POSTAL TELEUKAPH. No measure now before Congress warlants moro earnest and careful attention than a postal telegraph system. The Post master-General warmly recommends it, vim a largo nuraher of our most experienced business men, as well ns the people ut large, support the measure. The experiments in Europo are of the most satisfactory character, ft ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 December 1871

trotting _ftatc ftftmuii SATURDAY EVENING, DEC.; 9, IS7l_ IN. Y. Trili'tne Corrpsponncncc] IHlini '.II THE WEST. Minnesota and Northern lown n« n Wheal i .iiuilrr--.trn._n |_ r the t.renl traps—Cost of n Bushel of Wheat-Minnesota Com. iiorcd with lewn—Whent and Railroads--Wheat Capacity or tbe Northwest. Acklr.y, loica., Aug. 5. —After dinner George Wells talked with mo two hours all about wheat-growing in the Northwest, 'f hen, as 1 knew his mind was out there in Ihe middle of that quarter-section where his men were threshing, we went to the ham for my horse. On the way in to the , station, I found it for my interest to review all he had saitl in those "two hours and fix every important fact in memory or on my note book. It is not likely that many men in the Northwest know more about wheat than a farmer who has engaged to lay down at Chicago 50,000 bushels from riis own acres. Tribune —As you make spring grain your main crop, lam a little surprised that"you I did not go lfiO miles ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 December 1871

SATURDAY EVENING, DEC, ft, WI. LATEST NEWS. FROM GEORGIA. Allien »f 'he Republican State Central t urn. milter. Iteaeui. to "Ati lorsiAi .j Washington, Dec. 9.—The Republican State Central Committee of Georgia has decided not to participate in the election for Governor, to fill the unexpired term of Rullock, which the Legislature has ordered to take place on the 19th of tho present In case any attempt is made to oust (.'only, the whole matter will be referred to the courts. m APPoir-HTviKvrs by the riu>n>KM. iBPECIAL TO THE STATE Jul ll*-Al.) Washington, Dec. 9.—The President today appointed T. IL Brookes, assessor of internal revenue of the First District of Virginia, and John J. Mott, collector of internal revenue of the Sixth District of North Carolina. CONDITION OF THE MUM M Ol WALK* Slight Hopes or Hii Rre<-T*r-r. [SPECIAL TO TBS BTATI JOOS.XAL.] Washington, Dec. 9-2 P. M.—A dispatch dated London at noon to-day, say 3 the Prince of Wales slept l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 December 1871

== ■ ■ . _-__=____= rCBLISRED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Hie. _lt|)_ Mnin Street, Richmond, Vn TEEMS: DAlLY— tii per year; six months, ».; three months, tl .so; l month, 60 cenls. . , S PM'WEEKLY— -$2.00 per year; six months »l 30; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—*I.6O per year; six months, 70 cents •UT tVKKKL V and SEMI- WEBKL V JO URN AI ctubs at extremely to io rate*. PIKIODICAIS, &c \TOW IS THE TIME TOSUBSCRIBEFOR 11 NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, kc , for the coming year. Any of the following will be sent by mail to any address lor one year at rates D.Ul.r AND SEMI-WKEKI.r. N. Y. Herald *12 00 N. Y. World »| > on g*X-Tribune.... 10 on N. Y. Times moo N.l.tiun ti txiN. y. Journal of N. Y. Slants Zel- ; Commerce IS Ml '""{J ■■■■■■■ ■Boog. Y. Siandard... « ut, N.Y. Semi-Week- ,V. Y. Semi Weekly World 4 m ! ly Tribune 4 00 IVFEKLY IMPERII. American Arti- liish People 300 «an 2 on N. Y. Ledger _ 00 Albion 4 ooiLondon Illustra- ' Appieton's Jour- I ted News 14 no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 December 1871

Cwtiufl J§tatc Journal rcßLiiHr.B ! UIA, St__kn-WEEKL.Y. tkXUI W_r_i.Kl_Y, AT Ho. *»liH M*l* St*b*t, Richkosd, Viboihia. KI>WAKD tVYMF.I.V Editor and Mannsrr. ______———--——---•■■■.■.—■—-—■■■-—■ TERMS : Oue year -.".[Three months.... 160 Six months *» na I One montli N> SK VU-WEEKLY. [la-TRl* IVERT xmsnAT USD FRIDAT.J ne year *2 Ml I Three months 7» Six months 1 28 I One month 25 WEEKLY. [ißsran Kvitm wbb.v-ssdat.] Dm year *1 60 I sis months - 74 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKI.Y : One Year. Six Months. Three Months •i copies... .ill oo in w ♦ 7» 10 copies.... 2(10(1 in oo •OJ 30 copies Sfl 00 17 60 S 7fi SO copies.... 761K1 37 50 18 7.1 _B"Speciraon copies of each edition sent free. MONDAY EVENIN.', MO. 11, 1871. THE GOVER-VOR'S MESSAGE. Resuming our running comments upon tho Governor's Message, in which finance receives a labored notice, "My policy" is the Alpha and Omega of his dissertation ; "my own views of the proper policy to be pursued" "were in time sanctione...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 December 1871

i'vmn .*t»te gfotmtal. jjONDAY EVENING, DEC. 11, 1871. Aiiiuci i.nn vi Winter Effkcts on Summer jIBOUGHTS. —Western horticulturists have suffered much from a protracted drought t l,is summer, and it may not be amiss to rsinind them, that the consequence will not be over with the first rain. It is well known now that the vitality of plants is affected by untoward circumstances pretty much the same as animals arc. A half<t»ryed man, or one affected with a long, enervating summer's heat, will have his constitution so weakened that he fulls an sttsv prey to the first enemy. So a plant which grows on poor soil lias not the power of storing up latent heat, as it has nothing to store from, and is easily killed by a ilight frost, while under other circumstances it would endure very hard weather. Again, a P- ant ' n ver y wet ground is incapable of properly organizing its food in jutntner, and it also gives way under a ilight cold. The effect of the great summer heat is last the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 11 December 1871

jgmntog £tat* gflgwaft i MOKPAY IYSNINQ, DEC. 11, Wl.}] LATEST NEWS. : THK PRI vi: Ol' « vn.v The Condition of the Patient on SnlurdayHis Children Miinnliineil to his Bedside—The I'rnjers of the 4 leruy. London, Dec. 9—Noon.—Tlie following I is the first official bulletin reccivwi from < Sandringham to-day : I "Sandiingliam, Dec. 9, 9 A. M.—His i Royal Highness slept a little during the night. The exhaustion of the system has not increased, and the general condition of the patient is more favorable." Signed by Sir Wm. Jenner and all the physicians at- I tending the Prince. The feeling on 'Change is better this I morning in consequence of this statement, but unofficial advices from Sandringham continue gloomy, and repre-KKit that tho case is hopeless. London, Dec. 9, 1 P. M.—The following bulletin is just p jsted : "Sandringlhim, Dec. 9— Noon. — The Prince passed the morning more tranquilly. The febrile paroxysms -are subsiding.— There has been no increase of exhaustion." ...

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