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

tetttog ftat* gmmrat IS POBMBHED DAILY-ifclundajj Kxcepted ST B. W. CUI-I_lß, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Ul!*J_ Mula Street, lUchi_OL.it, V* The JOURNAL is served by the carriers to. 1 elr S-urlber. in the City at FtrT. Oihts m Mouth ■liugle copies tn wrappers -van Cists. • Pbici roa Mmi-o. — Throe months (1 .ft; sis -tenths $3 00; one V-nr (8 00 riio WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed lo iiib •crlbers three months for seventy-fire c-ntt; six months, SI 00; one rear, t'i 00. MAKIIIKD. YARBROUGII—FITZGERALD.—In Pl.tsylvsn'a county, Va., on the 16th Inst., by the Rev. J. 11. Lake, Mr. QKO. W. YARBROUOH, of Caswell conntv, t\ . C, 11 Miss MTTII R. FITZGERALD, of Pittsylva nia county, Va. DIED, STEVENSON.- At "Sunny Side," his late resi dence, In Powhatan connty, on tho 13 li Instant, at TJ_|o'clock A. M , ROBERT M. BTEVIeNSON, formei -1 y of Richmond, Vn., Iv tbe 40th year of his age. AUSTIN.—In this cily. on the 17th 'nst., at _'< A. M., JOHN O. AUSTIN. In th" 4-th year of his ace. !"__S...

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 January 1871

(gyttttofl £tatc |cmvnal ■smk—m—————■_—■__———li " " r ' ' if. W,611<-1> .BITOR AUD Paonii-oi Jft> (I- .'. -111.Ia Strtot, _-lc_mon_. V* r--»—««<—M '■■•»» ■-■ Official h-pw for the fiove .mucin. WEDNESDAY EV_A., JAN. 18, 1871. TIIK NEW CJEUM/VN EMPIRE. Ono of the most interesting incidents of the ago, we are apprised by tho correspon dents, occurred on the 18th of December last, at Versailles, that superb palace which Louis XIV. had erected at an almost boundless expense, wrung from the labor of an impoverished and misgoverned peo ple. On that day the representatives of, united Germany waited upon King Wil liam, of Prussia, to offer him a Crotfu Imperial. Two centuries ago, (says a writer in tbe Philadelphia Press, who seems to bo thoroughly informed in Ger man history.) when Jules Hardouin Man sard was constructing Versailles, and be fore he had constructed the water-works of Marly to supply its fountains, Prussia did not exist as a kingdom, for Frederic I. who assumed t...

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 January 1871

#.fl.ittfl ftate gmmmt WEDNESDAY EVl'Ai, .) v., 18, mil. SPIRIT O. THK MOliimi* J»M.-_»_■• Tho old discus-ion, as to whether thoso opposed to tha Republican party in Vir ginia shall call themsolvos Democrats or Conservatives, has been resumed by the Enquirer and Dispatch. Tho latter paper, in replying to an article which appeared in the former yesterday, says that the po sition seems to be taken that thoso who still desire to be called Conservatives may • have an organization of their own, but have no right to prevent the Democrats from forming a party under tbat name, and co-operating with the national party, Tho plain meaning of which is, says the Dispatch, that those who agree with tho Enquirer, "possibly one-third of the Con servatives of Virginia, or one-fifth of the whole number of voters, shall proceed to organize a party of their own!—of courso with the certainty of defeat beforo them, or a determination to compel the two thirds to unito with them !" Tho Dispatch then asks w...

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 January 1871

Evening State JOurnal, WEDNESDAY I-VE'G, JAN. 13,1871. Latest From Pari*. HORRORS OF THE BOMBARDMENT. The Tirbune's special telegram, under ditto of London, January 16, gives ua the following interesting particulars of the lust .ortie, tod of tbe bombardment of Pari.: A dispatch just, received from Versailles on the night of the 13th, says that vigor ous sorties have been made by the garrison of Paris in three several directions. The French simultaneously advanced against the Prat-tan Guards near Le Bourget and Drancy, Northeast of Paris; against the Eleventh German Corps, near Meudon, Southwest of Paris ; and against the Second Bavarian Oorpg, near Clamart, alao to the South of tho city. The fighting in .ach institneo was .pirited, but resulted everywhere in the defeat of the Freuch, who, repulsed srt all points, retreated rapidly within their works, a portion of them in great disorder. Paris newspapers furnish interesting partiC-ltri of the bombardment. They unite iv saying that a...

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 January 1871

_* —— $Mtt.ttfl £tat* gf.nm.at. ts PUBHSHEP DAILY-(8.nr1»7» Exe-pte. ST B. W. 01-iLIII. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At 'JVl'/i statu Street, Richmond, V» The JOURNAL la served by the oarriera to; i alt Hor iters in the Olty at Fiftt Oikts pis HiSftTa. dingle copies tn wrapper a Trr _a« Cans. -Rio* roB M-lUf-. — Three ni .rather $1 Tf; all oonths t3 00; one year $8 00 Die WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to lib aorlbera three months for seventy-five crnla; alx months, SI 00; one year, $2 00. MARRIED, DOGGETT—WOMBLE.—January lllh, lay the Rev. Dr. Mlonlgerole, C. DOGGETT to LUCY WOMBLB, both of thla ciiy. DIBU. WELLS.—At Lis residence, on Hull afreet, Men cheater, on the 16th lnat., JOSEPH WELLS, In the 42d year or his ago. He wea a member of the Col ored Baptist chnrclr, nnd also of the G. 8. lie leaves a wife and many frionda to mourn their lose. * CERSLEY.—In Mancheater, on the morning of the 18th Inst, JAM. S W.CERSLEY, In the 84th year of hia age. RE Ar.—ln thla city, on the 18th lost., ...

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 January 1871

iiktainq jjouviml, U. W. <ll_i.l_ rCniruH xna PnornuToit. Hn U .H.i .Ikl.> Street, tttc-nnnnd. V» OflkUl lap. r tor the tiOY.rnm. nt. THURSDAY EVENING, .JAN. TS, 1871. THE LAST GKEAT BATTLE. The detail, of the battle tinder the walls of La Mans have been received by the cable, aud» although rather meagre, they are full enough to justify v. in saying tbat it has been, by all odds, the roost desper ate, determined and colossal which has distinguished tho war since the fail of Sedan. Tho French have fought with a d\sh and intrepidity which belong to their old traditions aud recall to mind the days of the •• Little Corporal"; while tho Ger mans upon their part have displayed the same unflinching persistence and tenacity which have become so inseparably assecl ated with their name. This severe con flict, muiiing through at least two days, is tho rami approach to an equal, well fought contest that we have had since the eafiier stages of the war, —if, indeed, it does not surpass any ...

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 January 1871

THUKMUAY I.VENINO, JAN. 19, 1871. ■ I'llllT UF TIUS SHOtlltlCH* PUKBS. Tho Dispatch and Mnquirtr hold on with the tenacity of grim death to the old fashioned, abusive style of political news ppper discussion, the strength of whie'l consisted, first, in making assertions, on . flnpported by proof, and throwing the onus of proving them false upon your opponent ; and next in abuse, more abuse, and abuse all the time. The 'Dispatch adopts this sort of tactics this morn ing, in an editorial, in which it heaps a column of calumny on the Federal officers in Virginia, charging them with every •pecies of fraud and corruption, without •pecifying a single act, supported hy ovi dunce, upon which its accusations are based. It is an easy thing to make asser tions, but rather difficult sometimes to prove them. For our part, we never bring a charge, either general or special, without having good evidence to establish it. These genernl denunciations of officers, accusing them of fraud and corruption...

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 January 1871

TUUASUAT EfIiNINO, JAN. 19. 1971. .' UL'_- »l--il_ ———— 111 ll« Dentil of Kdward C. I>»lht_-i. Kdward C. Doluvan died at his r-sidepo* ia Soh.ue.tady Sunday evening at 9 o'clock, aged 78. His health had been gradually failing for so.ne month, past, but lie hold been able, until within a very few weeks, to trar-.act business, and to converse freely and cheerfully with his friends. Mr. Dslavan was born in Westchester couuty io 1793. He camo to Albany in 1801, with his widowed mother, his bro ther Henry, and two sinters. The family was in moderate circumstance., and while Henry found employment here, Edward, when about thirteen years old, did his first work in a printing offi.e at Lansingburg. He was nn expert compositor, and liked the work, but a more profitable situation having been offend him, ho assumed a clerkship in the hardware store of his brother, where he was initiated into a business iv which, in a few years, he laid the foundation for his ample fortune. Mr. Delavan acqui...

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 January 1871

IS PUBLISHED DAlLT—(Bnndsri Kxeerto a* B. Ml. Olf.t : ~ KliiTon AM' pu< uv.irron, At 01'4,'j Mala street, Ittctimou.l, Va The JOURNAL Is serve- by the carriers tot i fir -•crllien In the Ci'y at Fifty Cents pir Mouth. .Ingle copies in wrappers Tanix Omits. PaiOß foe M.w.in .. — Three months $1 71; sis months $3 00; one year $0 00 -he WKFKI.V JOURNAL will he mailed to « a toribers throe months for seventy-five cents; six months, SI 00; one v«_r. $2 00. WOOD _. COAL. TIEST RKD ASH ANTHRACITE, ~K_H~a7d IJ STOVR COAL, attT.-Oper ton. Best MMOBI OAK and riNB WOOD at lowest price, Sawed an «J R. F BURROUGHS, 12—lm corner Main tin. Seventh street*. ;kap wood and coal. PINE, per cord 14. OAK, per cord 6. DELIVERED. fINTHRACITE AND 'LOVER HILL COAL BIOIT SOFT COKE, st market prioo. J. B, F. BURROUGHS, I ni corner M aln ••_ Seventh streets. ■ui^K-TB_3c_aT_oir J^'«Uji Board and Tuition per anuw J2!6 HM.LM.TU LADIES'COLLEGE, inaugurated by P. R. H. Prince Arthur. Boar* au Tuition pera_num. 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. — 20 January 1871

. -.■———.l iiTt«n___—T__^r- — 11. W . Oil.fall KniiOß _kii FR-nunoa. Ma u.a;.J Kill Street, lllolimond, Va ri "Hi - - "' - ontclal I'nper for the Government. FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 20, 1871. i ■ '" - IL I. 11. THE "WHIPPING-POST"' PARTY. We havo at length found a new and ap propriate title for tho heterogeneous, dis cordant ami nameless mob that has hither to been styled the Conservative party of Virginia. It Hhould in the future be called the'"Whipping-Post" Party. Thatislhe leading idea of it. present organization, ami in furnishing it with a name, it be comes our duty also to supply it with a banuer, a device, and a motto. The flag should bo of white and black stripes, horizontal, whereon should bo pictured a representation of the Chesterfield county whipping-post with a negro stretched upon it, while tho sheriff's fiercest and most cruel deputy stands by, in the act of cutting strips of flesh from tho bared back of tho victim. In the back ground, to finish tho picture, placo a poo...

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 January 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 20, 1871. Sl'llllT Ilia THK iTIU_-i_i»U *"M.JI.S», Tho Dispatch misrepresents the Journal, in an article intended by our neighbor to ejplain away or smother the real object of the movers In the Elder portrait boitacHi when it says: Tho negroes iv the Sonata of Virginia op posed the purchase of Elder's portrait of Gen eral Leo, which nobody was surprised at. It mattered nothing. Mr. Massey moved that a portrait of General Thomas be also put up in the capital, and the negroea of onnrse favored that. Massey's trick was merely partisan. He knew tbat it would not go down with the Sen ate, and he did not want it to go down. The Joornal, true to Radical hypocrisy, lets on that it ia grieved at the wrong done to tha memory of General Thomas and the injustice of the Legislature in declining to honor Thomas while honoring Lee. We are more surprised at some Northern papers, the '/V»-_n« among them, following tbe lead of the negroes and Massie in this matter. The Journal di...

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 January 1871

SS«_-«--l»mn*MnMfcW_ms I "111 DAI KYKNING. .JAN. 20, 1871. "Th* 1.-ng Age," 1 .. avort-c-rful stream Is tbe River of Time, .s it r .ns through th* realm of tear*, with a fealties* rjthm. and * musical rb*_», And a breeder sweep, and * surge enblfme. As It blends lv the ctean of yeare I Hew the winters ac drifting l.ks fl-ls* (,t MOW, Aud the summers like birds betwa-*n. And the .writs th**lie*r, how they come and ,» On th* river's breast, with its ebb and flow. As it glide* in th* shadow and sheen I • : There's a magical Isle up th* Rlv*r of Tims. Wher* ths soiteft oi airs a.* playing. There's a clou lies.- sky, and a tropical clime. Aid a song as sweet aa a vesper a-h-nie And ths Junes with the to*** ar* straying. "And th* nam* of tbii lie Is th* Loog Ag*, And w* buiy our treasure* Ihers; There are brows of beauty, aad bosoms of anew, There «r* heap* of dint—O, w* lo*«-d them «c— And there are trinkets ai.d tr**s*a of hair I "Thar* ar* fragments of song tbat nobody ■ '■>.* And p...

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 January 1871

•ihcmnfl Journal. PUBLISUEI) DAILY-(Bonuays Excepted IT B. W. (JIM.IS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. At '.'1141.. Malm Btraat, Klchmoml, Va The JOURNAL Is served by the carriers tot 1 ell bscrlbers In the City at Fivtt Cents rsa Mourn. -"ingle copies in wrappers Texas Cams. Paios roa afuLfito. — Three months $1 76; sli months $3 00; one year $8 00 The WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to sub scribers three months for seventy-five cents; six months, SI 00; one year, ftz 00. WOOD St. COAL.. TJEST RED ASH BUG and _D STOVE COAL, at $7.60 per ton. lisst seasoued OAK and PINK WOOD at lowest price, Sawed and J R. V. BURROUGHS, Jal2 —1m corner Main and Seventh street*. piHEAP WOOD AND COAL. PINE, peroord $410 OAK, peroord S.OO DELIVERED. BEST ANTHRACITE AND CLOVER HILL COAL REST SOFt COKE, at lowest market price. J. R. F. BURROUGHS, de 22-lm corner Main and Seventh streets. FOR RENT. rpwo TO RENT. <■* J. One on Leigh, near to Adams street, con- J| . tainfng ten rooms; one on Adams, near Leigh stree...

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 January 1871

Its .. . tin Straeta Klotittand, Va ■ i ' ■•' sail. I I, ,11 isjan per Tor tbe Hovernrauiit. BVFNING, JAN. 21,1871. - uACUI OR WAR. itioD, now before the (Senate peciarl committee, with power c outrages alleged to have ted in the South since 18G7, luctiveof any good, either to be country, unlets the Presi ;ress shall decide to remit all >ack to the condition of pro mies, to be held in military a long term of years. Half is will effect nothing. We ilace a company of Federal ry county, and substitute all ■ts by military commissions, enemies hero into friends by t full pardon to all. We jgaged in "patching" and ng enough.—and now must that shall bo thorough and itter which course we decide :innot do anything by weak llation, or by dotail. This ling that has been going on ye years, has accomplished las wasted our strength, and ly whoro we started. And briug it to a conclusion, bold advance or a rosa- We must either occupy the armed force, from tho up ilaware, Maryland, Virginia, , Ke...

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 January 1871

SATURDAY KYENINti, JAN. 21, 1871. ■ PIttIT OK THM MOltlflHtt Px*»ii«». Will not Elde.r paint a picture of King Powhatan, the Dispatch', hero and fo.nd<r of Richmond ? Nobody, not even the Sena tor from Powhatan, would object to nn appropriation for its purchase. All can I Unite ou tho roaring " Kit.g of the Tusca toras," even if Jthey differ about lakr nitive chieftains, such as Lee and Thomas I •id Scott. Pocahontas might have a place la the picture, too, and Captain Smith, and I Mynheer Rolfo. Of course, this is "im pertinent and officious" in us, who belong I to the Nsrtheru tribe of Senacas, and are ft stranger in tho wigwams of the Opcdil docks, —or, what did the Index call 'em ? I It was Ope-something. By the way, that I was a good thing in tho Index. We have heard fifty people say so. How did you like its ;< impertinence and officious ness?" The Index rather had you ou "Ingin ante-queries," and your new yEoeas of our modern Tiber. Powhatan, no doubt was wont to roam ove...

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 January 1871

sjfjsjjj .SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 21, 1871. (From the Atlantic Monthly for February The Old Confluence In Superstition. BY JOHN FIBKE. That prosaic and coldly rational temper with which modern men are wont to regard natural phenomena was in early times un known. We have come to regard all events as taking plnco regularly, in strict conformity to law ; whatever our official theories may be, wo instinctively take this view of things. But our primitive ances tors knew nothing about laws of nature, nothing about physical forces, nothing about tho relations of cause and effect, nothing about the necessary regularity of things. There was a time in the history of mankind when these things had never been inquired into, and when no generalizations about them had been framed, tested, or established. Thore was no conception of an order of nature, and therefore no distinct conception of a super natural order of things. There was no belief in miracles as infractions of natural laws, but there was...

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. — 23 January 1871

evening £tat* immwl PUBLISHED DAILY-(Bttnd»Ti Excepted B. W. Gllalalß. „„ IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, at 01«H ■»!■ Btraat, xUehxooa»d, Va Prved by the carriers tot i sir it Firrr OiNva fir Month. wrs Thru Curve.. -Three months fl 78; six to 00 SAL will he mailed to snb for seventy-five cento; alx r, $2 00 KJIKM'S. AT ASSEMBLY HALL, IN KfdHTB SraXXT, NIAR Coßlflß 0» FRAKIIIII. his MAGNIFICENT NEW HALL has keen ir eed la every respect with regard to the comfort risitors. There will be an assembly THIS AF RNOON at 4 o'clock, and TO NIQHT at 8 o'clock. realtor the regular asaemblies will be TUESDAY, ÜBJDAYind SATURDAY NIGHTB at 8 o'clock I MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AF RNOONB, at 4 o'clock. OMISSION, with the prlviloge of using Skate., •ingle tickets, 60 cents. 12 tickets, will be .old $3 00. Children, 25 cents. Ladles will only be rged 25 cents at tho Afternoon Assemblies MU TT} lOHMOND THEATRE. THE GREAT CARD OF THE SEASON. ■IX NIGHTS ONLY, BEGINNING MONDAY, Januart 23. The Queen Star of...

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. — 23 January 1871

Ro.tor a.-cv rsopuiToa. lr»el, ill. limon<l Va m _____ m ___ mawß , ltmm^rmm^ »r tiic lioYcriraieiit. INO, JAN. 23, 1871. CVIIa IN SOCIETY. ithern paper truthfully le dissipated and domi been supplanted by the industrious worker, we fotution In the material 3 that will of be advan ce a just and reasonable who will not approve wtion ? And yet, how ' preach it. In every r in the city or country, characters who never ways dress well, who s habitually, are loud lers, and who hold 1 crowds of young b their conduct as lossible for them to s represent idleness, v, and perhaps crime, i are but the shadows lie leader in all that is eprehensible could be iwers would be driven pursuits by the very y imitate. The youth corrupted and demo nples. They see t accepted aud patro ess leads them to su mitato the despicab is they become t ncr groceries, repea ■rks of tha leaders m away at card imited intellect wi I making themselv 9 superior loafer t oromands tho patron la looking for popul osvdies ...

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. — 23 January 1871

ftvenmg £tat* gauroat MONDAY KTKNINU, JAN 23. IX7I. c_ m IrittlT OP THE ,mmm»o PB.H.SIS The Enquirer has one ofthecalmest ten. pered and moat dignified political articki we have seen recently in any Southern pi per of its faith; and we cannot help thinking that it will go farther towards accomplish ing the good purpose 'intended, the repeal of the test-oath, than would a volume of the [usual kind of abuse. Soft words turn away wrath ; and it is not in the na ture of the Saxon race to allow itself to be either blackguarded or dragooned into measures. Ton may coax but can not drive them. Nor would we ask that part of our great family which dwells in the South to degrade themselves by assuming the grovelling and unmanly at titude of suppliants, but that they lay their grievances before Congress and the country in a frank and dignified manner, aud while asking their removal indicate their inten tion and desire to resume fritndly relations and to bury the past in forgetfuloess. In openin...

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. — 23 January 1871

(Swtttofl fftate gomnall MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 23, 1871. Stiij. Onward. —W* have accounts of a new line of iron propeller steamers about to be built in Virginia, to run from Nor folk to Liverpool. A whole Beet of iron propellers is being built at Buffalo aod other lake ports, to run from Duluth to Erie. A n*w line of steamers to Liver pool has just been established at New Or leans. Thus, at Philadelphia, Buffalo, Richmond, New OtiWdi, Dubuque, ( St. Louis, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, on th* Atlantic coast, the Gulf, the Mlssinippt, the Ohio, and the lakes, the great marine tevolution goes ahead with resistless im pulse.— Phila. North American. —i—. 1* A rooRTEEN-TEAB-oLD girl was a wit- , uess in a recent Indiana divorce suit, and a portion of her evidenco was as follows : ( " Father got mad because mother starched his stockings. Mother picked up the stockings and hit fatfeer on tbe head with them; it sounded though they were eticks of wood. Father then stuffed a hot wheat cake down mothe...

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