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

fetuttfl 9toti journal. I* POBLIBHBO DAlliT—(Sundays Excepted *T B. MT. GJM.IS, EDITOR ANn PROPRIETOR, At MVe>.. Mala Street, KlehmeHd, Va The JOURNAL 1* served by th* carrier* toll elr •sorlber* lv the City it Firtv Cihts pia Mouth. Single copies ln wrapper* Thru Ciivts. Paici fob Maiuivo. —Three months $1 76; nf* month. tS 00; ona year to 00 rh« WPEKLY JOURNAL will be milled to lob- Hribers three month! for seventy-fir* cent*; six months, tl 00: on* ye»r, ti 00. A MURK Mir. NTS. T} IOHMOND THEATRE. FOR ONR WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 50,1871. The famous, original, and only LA RUE'S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS. BRASS BAND AND BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE. Twenty distinguished artists, chief among whom aro the Great Rlcardo, tho only male prima donna in the world, with a pure soprani vofco ; Dick Pirker, champion banjoist, ond man and comedian; Billy Reeve, the greatest representation of the plantation darkey living ; Ilugh Hamuli, tho best ballad singer in the United States; Linghlin...

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 January 1871

|£tatc goutnal ~ ~ ~r.r- ■ SniTOi ism Paoreirr-i 1 Street, Hlctiinonrt, Vat ■ -—t r for the (iovemment. rENllte, JAN. 24, 1871 01-K AROUSED, of the Norfolk press ar ; a " hullabaloo " over th ore the General Assem ie extension of the Alexan ■icksburg railroad to Rich enervation, of course, is th n this we think Norfolk i» eutirely too selfish. When thff State for the consoli > Southside lines of road, we ie aid in our power, even rod it might prove a bad iond; but wo thought her to that liiitt, and said r claims continually, and uo small degree, wa be final accomplishment bject. So too have we con ber other great enterprise iroposes to connect hersell he West through the rich tbe North Carolina line ; hitherto advocated every vas at all likely to prove trade aud commerce and mcement of the prosperity id thriving little seapoit. 'ested a spirit of justice, fail elfish disregard of our own we are sorry to see the er city is far from recipro lave begun a most terrible ennsylvania Ce...

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 January 1871

TUESDAY KVKNINU. JAN. M, WTI. Hi»nii i' ot-' this Mutvaimiji fttJißs. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the editorial columns of our morn. log contemporaries are pretty well filled this morning, and the performances of the editors are quite crcditabk', and will be I received by their admirers with enthusias- j tic applause. First, in responsa to one I call, the Dispatch appears in front of the curtain, aud, yielding to the vociferous detrand for a speech from pit and galley acquiescently bows, and tells the audience I " What it Knows of Fish Farming." This is a set-off to Mr. Greeley's famous treatise on cabbage raising. The Dispatch pro poses to put tho majestic James to some use, sinco her valuable water-power cannot be made available for the want of Northern capital; and, therefore, would multiply tho uiimber and improve tho stock of "small fry" in the river, to sup port the "small fry" who own its noble banks, and will neither eat the hay that grows upon them, nor s...

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 January 1871

TUBiiDAT EVFNING, JAN. 24, 1871. rrora tbe Atlantic Monthly for February! Kittery Annie* Dream. "What ponder you, Kittery Annie, That idle yon sit in the sun, Rocking the chair before yon, While your work lies all undone ? " Little Annie turned to her Mistress, "I think of my dream, " sh* said; "It lies on my mind the livelong day, A weight as heavy as lead." "Wnat dreamed you, Kittery Annie? Come tell your dream to me." ''0, I thought I could cot hear your voice, For the thundering of the sea. " From east and west, and north and south, it gathered fierce and fast, And raged about the quiet house And reached the door at last; "And jnst as if it raised a hand • And struck an angry blow, A great wave beat against tb* door— Ihen silence seemed to grow." " Did no one answer, Annie, That awful knock at the door ?" " No, waves were still and winds were still, And I heard nothing more." The mother thought of her bonny sons, And there crept to her heart a chill; And ever she thought of the ...

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 January 1871

dwnfog Jftate gowtwl ti PDBLIBHKD I)AI_Y-(SundAT» Excepted IT R. VV. _lL.l.lts. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At Hl-*li Mala Straati Richmond, Va Th* JOURNAL ii served by tho carriers toti sir kacrlbers In the City it Firtv Cist* pib Mouth. dingle copies In wrapper* Thru Cists. Parol roa Maiuk-.— Three mouth* tl 76; ill month* $3 00; on* yeir $0 00 Th* WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to »üb soribera three months for seventy-five cents; six month*, tl 00: one year, t- 00. AMVaBiBIKNTS. T| ICHMOND THEATRE. FOR ONH WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 30,1871. Tlio famous, original, and only LA RUB'S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS, BRASS BAND AND BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE. Tw*nty distinguished artists, chief among whom are tbe Great Ricirdo, the only mile prima donna in the world, with a pure soprana voice ; Dick Parker, champion banjoist, end man md comedian; Billy Reeve, the greatest representation of the plantation darkey llvlug; Hugh Hamuli, the best ballad singer lv the United Statos; Laugblfn and Murra...

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 January 1871

fwatog rjftatc journal 11. vV. <.l 11. I -i KniTO* »»» Plotrailn a ■ o 93._ ■•Jatn Street, Kichmond, Va Official Taper for the uovernaieiit. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JAK. 25. lfTJj *— -^^^^^^^^^ m^^mHm^^m^^^^m ~ mmm ~f m^>9^L\\\\\WL\\\**^^mm^ COI'JiTV Sl'B;i;lllPTIO.V»TOHVII. -lIOAO KNTEUPHIIEII. If tho action of tho House of Delegates, un a bill authorising a vote to be taken in Augusta county on tho question of a »üb ctiption by that couuty of "not lets than $200,000 to tha Valley railroad, and y 100,000 to tho Shenandoah Valley rail road," is to bo taken as an indication of a general policy in regard to similar sub scription*, tin; subject is of such vast— nay, vitil Importance, that it deserve* tho full cut examination and closest scrutiny by peiple of all classos, before tbey sanction by their hallots the result of Iho roll-call. Every voto cast "for tho subscription," is, in fact, a vote to contract a permanent I"M— a .debt which can only bo evaded ihfca&ety of dishonor, or ...

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 January 1871

■■■_MaU-J-MlKgM>*»l»Wt.Sl.W*.Wt**q*^^ (Bvmin*) £tatc gtottroat WEDNESDAY KVlili, .JAN. 2». 1871. • PltitT OF THlfi MUHSInU Pl-bln*. The Enquirer is right when it says the J rich in Virginia, when they kill, or maim, I or rob the poor, do not buy immunity from punishment for their crimes by compensa tion or restitution. No ;so little value is set upon a poor man here, that if any no tice is taken of it when he is wronged by I one of the favored aristocracy, it is not I with any intention of punishing the I wrong-doer. otipposo a mischievous j boy did ring Mr. Ficken's door-bell I on All-Hallow Eve, at Hnrrisburg, Pa., I and Mr. Ficken rushed forth in a I rage and discharged a pistol at tha I boy, and Ihe boy was badly wounded, dia- I abled for life, perhaps ; aDd theD, instead I of trying Mr. ficken, as they would have J done in Virginia, provided the boy had I pro«ecuted,and fining him a few dollars, or I sanding him a month or so to jail for on I assault, or dismissing the matte...

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 January 1871

nAT'EYE'O, JAN. 25, 187 V ie Heverleof a Cigar." >r of the Slate Journal: ss teas insignifcani," telegraphs or William to Queen Augusta, as been a sully, a skirmish and _ly a few men were left upon not moro than fifty perhaps. It r worth mentioning. "Our loss if cant," says the Emperor. it now are the losses—Jena and What to us sitting upon tbe lore of the sea wore the losses of i and Wessenbourg 7 ition will not sit down with Wil s quarters at Versailles and pen teh to the Queen in her palace, the "cfeai" with tho day. Im -soeshome to Hanover, and hoars il of the news in some quiet llage. re no names mentioned. They by-aud-by. But the son of this with the army in France—ths ny hopes and prayers—atfd he a "private." What was the and company engaged ? Was INSIGNIFICANT 7 Is this to be bituary ? Our lo?s was insignifi amos como but slowly, ODly after eka of anxious doubts and king Shall tho father, mother, jjroth :r of those whose loss aro rrisig uow that they are lost ? athers and...

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 January 1871

toning f tate §<mttuit. PUBLISHED r)AIl.y-(BnndaT» Except** ». W. OIL.~>IB< EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. at 0151J4 nam Btrnet, Molimoml, Va The JOURNAL 1* lerred I.y tho carrion tot 1 eU keerlber* lv th* City at Fir tt Cimtb r»a Mo:.-_. -tingle copies in wrapper* T_M» ClNll. • 9lata n* Hiuna.-Three months »1 Tl; ill month* $3 00: on* year $6 00 _h» WEEKLY JOURNAL will be mailed to inb. *orlb»r* thro* months for seventy---* crntij «li months, tl 00: on* voir, t'i 00. AMUBKME»iT«». ■p-CEnMOND THEATRE. FOll ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY SO, ISTI. Th* famous, original, and only LA RUE'S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS, BRASS BANE AND BURLESQUE OrERA TROUPE. Tw*nty distinguished irllsta. chief among whom ar* the Great Ricirdo, th* only m»le prima donna in th* world, with n pure aoprana vole* ; Hick Parker, champion banjolat, toil man and comedian; BPlj Reeve, the greatest representation of the plantation darkey living; Hugh lliirui.ll, the best ballid linger In the United States; Langh...

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 January 1871

B. W. «i bbll lfcrveii *»» P»#i iMimi ■ > 0 ■»._ »l»s« Utirecti tUalmoad, OM.-tal Taper Our U. Utti,rmtmn»l. THURSDAY I.YKNI.VIt, JAN.26, 1871. ILAIM iv th« uouaia op their FKIKNUS. Mr. Duncan was not more foully slaugh tered by the wicked Mr. aud Mrs. Mac beth, while passing the night in fancied security at their hospitable tnansiou, than Mr. Moucnro Bob.MO-'i Bay Lino, and the Seaboard and Roitioke, and the Rich mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac rail way cunapa.ies have been by tbe leading paper of Norfolk—tho Journal. That pa per does not agree with its rontemporary, the Day Book, from which we quoted some extract! on Tuesday, that the Bay Line and the Seaboard aud Roanoke road aro the sole hope of Norfolk, or that they aro of any very material benefit to that city in any way; and, therefore, It does not share in the fear that an all-rail line from Richmond to Washington will bring abao lute, unavoidable and irretrievable ruin upon the beautiful "City by the Sea." It, in fact, ...

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 January 1871

■■___-_•■* ■--■»*a*™»«''*»«'a^»*»***»i''* ,, ' ~,,,,,— ''■ —— (jytttfoa £tate journal THURSDAY liVENINO, JAN. 20,1871. -SPIRIT OF .HK MOR»m« PRKB9. The Dispatch hopes much from tho tinkering of Congress with reconstruction. The re-opening of the question or the adoption of any further measures looking to the control of the elections iv the South, it thinks will cause a re-action in the North favorable to the Democracy, where by the Republicans will lose more in that quarter thau thay will gain here. In the course of a leader headed the " New En croachment," through which the above idea prevails, it says : The South is, perhaps, less interested in this new measure of Federal usurpation— so hos tile to public liberty—than any portion of the Union. It is hardened to wrong and outrage. It had reason to hope that a day of peace and harmony was at hand ; but it has experienced frequent disappointments, and can stand this last one. We speak especially ot this Statu when we say that we are ...

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 January 1871

vfrKcuittft Journal THUIUSDAT KVI-iSINGr, JAN. 20.187). For th* JoniHil. BLEAK HO-SB. UT j " -9 'IT.. Farewell, Bleak Hon o, hurubf* cott«_«. Farewell. Homestead, mm. no more I Farewell, moments spent tn gl.dnea*, Ron ni lliy i« .o aud ru«tc door I F»r*u*'l. moorland, ew*etly bounded Farewell, cedar*, on the lane. Farewell. «noe* from tk* grotto**, Mingling magic with th* alrinn I Farewell evening sun-set beaut■ _». As we're watched them o »r the mMt I Farewell, Keotle " nu ' mßr e " , '|!_ r _ , 00 _) FarewelL r'-n-bl.s through the wild-wood. Farewell, meadoWn fresh and green I Farewell, dew drop* on the d_e*s, When the gr»y mom first la **en I Far.we'l, aooj-'jirda in the aspen, Oh thru robin, dear to me— All ths woodland— ill the inoorlftnd . AH a> c thine, and thou art fre* I Farewell, Home-but not abandoned— For thy plain and scanty yields ; I have wished tl.ee mine tor.ver— I ha»e craved no broader field*. I have dreamed ot Cestles trowniog« --01 tho soft and spicy breeze— ...

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 January 1871

droning jfttate iownal is FOB_I!3HEI.» DAlLY—(Snndayn ExoepUd ■v n. w. vii.i.is, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, at 01_». Hal. -tract, .Mcliii'O-.1, Va The JOURNAL I* served by the carrier* tot i all kwrlber* in tbe City at Virrr Cihts fir Mosth. Single copies in wrappers Thxxi Cliffs. Parol voa Mailhto. — Three month.. $1 76; ill months $3 00; one year )8 00 fheWKRKLV JOURNAL will be mailed to aub icrlbera three month* for seventy-five cent*' six montha, fl 00; one rear, f'i 00. ■*»■■■■-■--■■■**■■■■■■■■■■■■■**■■-■--■■■_■ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. GRAND LODGE. W. 11. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Llngan R. Allen, Vie* Grand Chancellor ; 11. C. G. Ilarlman, G. R. and O S.; J. B. Vaughau, G. Banker. Represanta ttves to Ihe Snpreme Lodge—W. 11. Wade, D. W. Bohanon, William 3. T. aon. SUBORDINATE LODGE? Virginia Lodge, No. -, meets every Monday night in Covenant ball. W. V. Gla.s-rook, W. O. Old Dominion Lodge, No. 4, meet* every Tuesday night In Covenant hall. O. R. Wlngo, W. C; 0. W. Maclnrli.ni., R. 8. 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. — 27 January 1871

It. VV.UIi.i.I!! Kiunr ah» PKurruiioa. I M > B «;_ . mi Street, Blrlimoi)'. va | 08cl_] Paper (or the (soveriiae-t. FItIDAT EVKNINO, JAN. 27, 187 L OUR II.UMIOID Will, What i'Dey Say ot It Abroad. Tbo Philadelphia Press, which i 3, of course, not entirely disinterested in the success of the Alexandria and Richmond railway company, nor, for that matter, is nny city or place North or South disinte _, for nearly all will be equally bene fited by it, speaks of this new enter prise as follows: The recent rapid development of the Perm • vlvani* Central railroad in the South 19 brought t» light by the investigation* of tha Virginia I. •ui.lalui'c, and the prospective growth of the commerce of Philadelphia therefrom, has had an enlivening effect upon the enemies ot that corporation and our city. They see or affect to see in the connections which our road is making with the South, a dange- to Ihe right* of private citizens, and the creation of a new and gigantic monopoly. In nearly all th...

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 January 1871

FRIDAY EVKNING, JAN. 27, 1871. i SPIRIT OF TIIIC noßflltlO PUKB-. There ia not much in tho papers this morning that we can get a good grip on. Their leaders are aa slippery aa the streets. The local columns, however, aro uncom monly sprightly. The local department of tho Enquirer in particular is approach ing the standard of what it ought to be in a city like Richmond—noway, gossipyi chatty and witty. Give ur. life in that part of the paper, and it makeß littlo differ ence then how dull the editorials may bo. It gives us pleasure to note that a new spirit has been infused into the " lecals " of the Enquirer, for that, after all, is the soul of the daily press. The peeple want to know what is going on in and around tbe town. The editorial is supposed to give tone and character to the paper, and the editor is the ring master, as it were, of the circus ; but your live reporter is the clown ; he is tho court jester, the Yorick of the banquetting hall, the comedian of the theatrical comp...

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 January 1871

tmmmmtttmmmmmmttttttwmmmmtmmmmmmtttmmmttttttm FRIDAY KT-NINQ, JAN. 27,. 1871. ?_■*:—_jpr_a-K—NB——■__—■——a*— ■—3———————■——■—* tn» New kmplre. The New York Herald thus concludes an article headed "The Imperial Crown of Germany—King William : " "After a lapse of sixty-five years tbe empire of Otho and Charlemango is re vived ; but the new empire is not and will not be in any seme Roman or holy. King William has mado a very sensible piocla . raatiou. Let us hopo that tbe German em pire will piovo blissful to the German peo ple ; and let us also hope that the German people, ui.iUd, will be powerfully instru mental in advancing tho great cause of human civilization. They have yet an unfinished task on their hands. The re sult is net doubtful.- Privilege and respon sibility are both groat with thorn. Ifivill be well for them and well for humanity if, in tho Imur of their triumph, they remem ber mercy rathor than judgment. A groat people greatly favored can afford to be magnanimous." «*, — ...

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 January 1871

mm* — ■ (Evening j&aU gmmtal IS POBMBUED DAI_Y-(Bn_dav» Ercopted M B. W. GIM-IS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, At fil»!_ Mali* Street, Klchino-d, Va Th* JOURNAL la served by th* carrier* toll elr k*crlber* In the City at Firry Cikti pib Morv_, _lngl»copi*a In wrapper* Tarn. o«wtb. Paid roH M.iuife. — Three month* $1 76; *ii i on tha ffS nil; one year to 00 the WISELY JOURNAL will be mailed to »u_ tr.iil.cra three month* for aeventy-llv* <xnt*j fix month*, II 00; one Tear, t't on. _____———__——__———_—_———————■——————___—i AHIIiaRMEMT!, R~"oLLER-S_ ATING AT v AcSBMBLY HALT., j_L___J on Eighth street, near i*B_E"SS corner of franklin _E__f -\ Regular as*ambli*s .i4__fl_fcr^r Tuesday, Thursday, i i_r\_rn' «'.•) SATURDAY MOHTI _*|_*!____H _S ' •I B o'clock and WON- J M-flf >KY, WEDNESDAY an I KSKB9E-__-_W / I'HIDAY AFTERNOONS, ImF? »t 4 o'clock. JIGST -er- IjK'il ADMISBIOS, -lib naa*_B-_y m t_-■„_; ™ I of Skates, 60 cout«. Children, under l'l yeara of *g«, 25 cent*. A package ~f 12 tick...

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 January 1871

O. W, Oil, .1,4... FnlT-lR IN-i Pacr. (li> _ 3!j nubia Straet, Klc'iuioixt v n Oflklal Taper for the fioTernment. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 28, 1871. COUNT! S-BBORIPTIOSTI* TO R.AII-- ROADH. A few days rago, attention was colled to this subjc.it, and some of tlio evil 3 arising therefrom pointed out. In thn article it is proposed to examine the question whether the Legislature hns the authority, under the constitution, to confer this power upon thn counties and corpoiatiotis of tbe Commonwealth. Prior to the adoption of tho present constitution, then; was no re striction upon the power ot the Legisla turo-to appropriate money to these incor porations. With what discretion tha* unlimited power was used and abused, is .seen in tho financial embarrassment of the State, and tbe imperfect and incomplete system of railroad which it inaugurated nnd fostered. Thin consideration, doubtless, induced the convention, for tho first time in the history of the State, to inhibit the Legisla ture fr...

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 January 1871

SATUHDAT BVENIKg, JAN.2B, IS7I SPIRIT UF THI MUttMiaiO l»UKS:«. The Whig has an ab.e article In support of Norfolk's indisputffble claims to com mercial pre-eminence on the Atlantic coast —with every line of which we agree ; but at tho same time, we think our little coast city*ought to bo content to let Kich mond have somo facilities for growth and expansion, The natural advantages of Norfolk are superior to those of any other port on the Atlantic, and but for the curse of slavery that city would havo been the commercial metropolis of the country in stead of New York, and our great water-line would have been completed before the Erie canal was ever thought of. Indeed, but for slavery, that* canal never I would have been constructed, and the South, instead of the North, would now teem with population and wealth. But, that milk is spilt, and regrets are useless. It is sad to rcfitct, that here, as elsowhere in the world, the places most favored and blessed by heaven, havo been most nc...

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 January 1871

-£_*_*_._-■_ __[ fei v i_* fl It V tl-.l lIKl' \¥ ETENINts\~JAN._B,IB7I. — ■-—-.■■-■-■-..-_; — 1 Foreign Miscellany. The M.irqu-is of Lome and tho Princess Louise are to be made happy early in March. Count Manuel, the oldest soldier in the Prussian array, nd wife, recently cele brated the sixtieth Anniversary of their marriage. Even at this lata day a Vienna paper .aa other foreign papers have dono, of Daniel Webster, the c-x --pounder of the American constitution, and author of an excellent dictionary. Tho Southern officers who havo enlisted v the service of tho Viceroy of Egypt are reported to be greatly dissatisfied with their new position. Like Mr. Jeremiah tllossOm, they want fo go home. At a recent operatic performance iB i'nrli, Italy, the tenor Timburiuo stabbed i,-tho baritone, behind the scenes, in the second act and then ran away with tho prima donna, which realistic variation i\,unlit m the denouement altogether ahead of time. The North German Qa-ctto says that up in d W...

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