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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 March 1872

dvening £tate fownat. FRIDAY KVEMNG, MAR. 20, 1872. Reform and a National University. It is exhaustive and unanswerable. We quote the following in which that distinguished reformer, Senator Trumbull, is gently re minded of his own large responsibility for the defective condition of the civil service : "For such evils as spring from the laws regulating our civil service, of course, the legislative and not the executive depart ment of the government must be held re sponsible, if the laws are not what they ought to be, Congress should amend them ; the President cannot. And for all such evils, I must add, no one man has incurred so heavy responsibility as the honorable Senator from Illinois. The reasons are ob vious. For many years before he took his seat in the Senate he was a distinguished member of that profession whose especial business it is to know the laws. There is but one member of this body who is his senior in Senatorial service. And more than all, Tor the last eleven rears, ...

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 March 1872

<£wmiwj £tatc §mm, FRIDAY _rV__flN_t, MAI.. •_'.», JS7-2. I OWING HOME. 11 brothers and sisters growing old. I to yon all remember yet. Thai house In the shade of tlie rustling trees, Where once onr household met. I >-> you know* how* we used to come .1-onl school, I Through the summer's pleasant bent. V. Ith tin- yellow fennel- golden dust. tin cur tired, liitle feel I And how, sometimes in an Idle mood, We loltored by ihe way, .Viid stopped in the woods to gather flower . And in the fields to play ? Till warned by the deepening shadows' fall. Thai told ol the coming ni-lii. v, ■ .limbed to the top of the las!, long hill, yVnd saw onr home In sight 1 And, brunei's and sisters, older now Than she whose life is o'er, On you think of the mother's loving 1:1.1 .hat looked from the open door? Mas for the changing things of tim" ! That home iv the dust Is low. And Ihe loving .mile was hid fi..m in hi -.hodaikuess long ago! ..uil we have cqme to life's last hill, From which our w...

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. — 30 March 1872

(Evening £ tat* $<menaJ. ririH.UHEn. TERMS r DAILY—*6 per year; six months, *8; three months, tljso; 1 month, SO cents. SEM_-WEEKI.Y-*2._o per year; six months, ).. : three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY-*! .80 per year; six months, 76 cents termaXsiTemd si-mi uheklt journal Hubs nt extremely (..,. | ,i(. .. AMUSEMENTS. MATINEE AT 2 O'CLOCK. DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT. admission : Adults 60 cents. Children , 23 " [mil 30J 1) H II MOM. THEATRE. FOUR NIGHTS ONLY I COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, Aran. 3n. OKAND EASTER HOLIDAY PERFORM ANCES! THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY 111-UiGl.I. FAMILY' SWISS BELL-R INGE Its, tn .SOL SMITH RUSSELL, Am°iica's Greatest Humorist. VOCAL ISTS ! HARI'IST* ! YOUNG LADIES' SILVER CORNET BAND! LADY ORCHESTRA! First appearance in Ri.hmoud of Miss NELLIE E. KNAP, Sopiuno Vocalist. Mr. ERNEST TIIIELE, the distinguished Flute Soloi«t (late of Md'lle Nilsson _ Company,) unci other talent will appear. FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. Prices v usual. Sale of reserved seats com merces ...

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. — 30 March 1872

(f'ccuinn ftoi* journal ptriiftTmti i..\UA RCM34VHtXV ant> IHttT, AT NO Vl?*J MAtf STHT.KT, RIOKMOSO. VtMVLA* I I>\. tit li UAMKI.I, K.lit.r Mini Manager. TERMS: • A ILK. One year W Of I Three months.... .1 60 Sl» months as W I One mouth Ml SEMI-WEEKLY. [ISSOEII _VB»Y TO*.DAY AKD VRICAV.j One ye*r H «) I Three months 70 Six months 1 25 I One month 26 WEEKLY.! iISB.RIi 11V. RY WEIIKKSDAY.} One year $1 IH) | Six months 75 OU7I RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. I i0p1e«....11l (XI ISMI W7« 111 copies.... 20 00 10 00 6 00 20 collies 8. 00 17 60 8 "6 60 copies.... 75 80 87 Ml 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free SATURDAY EVENING, MAR. 30,1872. state rosYE.vnox. Rooms Kfp. State Central Committkk of thk rerchi.ican party of \"a., Richmond, February S, 1872. To the Voti-.r* of Virginia : Tho State Central Commit we, :it Us fceulWl in this city on the 7th instant, "Resolved, That the Repn.bl.oan Party of Vir ginia be assembled in delegated Conventio...

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. — 30 March 1872

(Evening £tate gmmral SATURDAY EVENING, MAR. 30,1872. So many absurd jokes have been poked at Horace' Greeley and the unfortunate commissioner, that it does one pood to find something of the funny kind to come up for real. At least it is said that the fol lowing epistle, addressed to the distin guished author of "What I Know About Farming," by a Pittsburgcr and constituent of General Ncgley, is an ''over true talc." If it does not fetch the gooseberries and the hairy caterpillars, it is evident the three gentlemen named will have no heart for the genuine, unsophisticated farmers who look up to them with such unhesitating trustful ness with any really new idea is to be brought out". But we must let Mr. John Sikes speak for himself: To Iloraco Greely: Sur, As Uno all about farmin 1 konkluded to ask your ad vise about a nu sort of gosehurry 1 red of in a paper which a torn Hood rote about.— He scs a torn Frost sed to a horticultral so ciety a - follows: "I partickly wish the saeiety to...

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. — 30 March 1872

•mmiiu) £tate §mm SATURDAY EVENING, MAR. 30, 15.2. THE BREWING OF SOMA BY JO HV O. WIIITTIBR. Tho fagols blazed, the caldron's smoke Up throngh tho green wood Curled : "Bring honov front the hollow oak, Bring mllkv"sap," The l_reweis'.spol,-e. In the childhood of the world. And brewed they well or brewed they 111, The priests thrust in their rods, Tir-t tasted, and then drank their fill, And shouted with one voice and will. "Behold the drink of gods :" I hey drank, and lo ! in heart and brain, A new, glad life began , The gray of hair grew young again, The "irk mall 1 .uglHMl away his pain, The cripple leaped and ran. 'Drink, mortals, what the gods hay c sent, Forget your long annoy.'' rjj sang the priests. From tent to teni The Soma's sacred madness went, A storm of drunken joy. Thenknoyv each rapt inebriate A winged a glorious birth, ftearrd upward, with strange joy elate. Beat, yvith dazed head, Vnriina's pjate, And, sobered, sank lo earth The land with Soma's praises rang : On G...

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 April 1872

evening State* $ wtml rmnMED. ______ DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WISfcKI.Y, > >.. 913 M Main Sired, Rlrhm.nd, Va. DAILY—** )ht yiar, six months, ♦»; thre« onths, II.AU; 1 inonih, Accent*. SEMI-WEEKLY-+2.Miiwryear; fix month., )2S: three months, ;,icmti. WEEKLY—«l.soperyear; pixmonth.,7Bcent. MTir«nXl,r,i,„» SKVI-XPBKKLT JOUHNAL Tt,M at ,xtr. mt.bj low rain. AMUSEMENTS. TjiciimondtheatrW: four nights only ' ash America's Greatest Humorist. First appearance in Richmond of [iss NELLIE E. KNAP, Soprano Vocalist. Mr. ERNEST THIELE, .ne distinguished Flute Soloist (late of Md'lle Nil-son's Concert Company,) and other talent will appear, F VMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. Mices as usual. Sale of reserved seats com ees at West, Johnston 4 Oo.'s Tuesdny ning, at 10 e'clock. HMO Nil. THEATRE. f- — EXTRAORDINARY SUAKsPERIAN I SEASON, enient of the ominont scholar and actor, TWO NIGHTS ONI.V, Mr. JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH, (The "Father as he lived.") The ntcompll.hed Tragic actress, Mrs. J. B. BOOT...

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 April 1872

(Ewnmq State #ouwal PI 'l-T.l_.Hßl' hAtLY, sKUI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, No. HI-* ____■■ SruanT, Kiosaoirp, Viioi»i_. ~l»\Y MUi UA.MELIS, Editor nml Manna... Tiaras i DAILY. .iui-.vwir |6 Oi". Three mouths. ....'1 M SU months Is 00 I One month— ..... ■ .Eni-WEEKLY. [111.11 l »T_*T TrJSDAT AKD FRIDAT.] One year 12 60 I Three months W rSlxmonths 1 26 I One month ,2» WEEKLY. [ISBCSD BTBHT W_ t> MUSCAT.] One year *1 60 I Six months If, antra txrosTon seihi-weekly ■■ One Tear. Sir Months. Three Months, t, copies....lll 00 *■'" M *2 75 11l copies.... 20 00 10 00 - Ml 'II conies B_ (HI 17 00 S ,o 50 copies.... 70 00 37 60 IS 75 Specimen copies of each edition sent free MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1872. STATE COKVEI-TIO .\. IlonMa Eur. Statu Cestrai, Cojimitt-k dp Tn_ linrrm.ii'AH Part tof Va., Ruh-lon i>, February 8,1572. To the Voters of Virginia : The State Contra! Committee, at its session la ih!. city on the 7th Instant, "Resnlred, That the Republican Party of Vir ginia, lie assembled in ...

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 April 1872

d'vening State MtamaSL MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1872. [From tli-.' _.lil\v,it.._i'' Sentinel.] roiso?. i;vi_;*iYwHEiw:. Is 'I hcrr- no t.rai'e From It . Under the streets of our cities, and near every human hapitation in the land, lurks a foe which, year by year, makes more mortal the battle-iield of life. ISy the masses, even the existence of the enemy is nut suspected. '1 hi.. . foe works with an impartiality as cold as the grave. It takes just as much pains to find a beggar in an alley as it docs to liud a King in his palace. ..ike the Erd-IJeist, plying "at the roaring loom of Time," it ' maketh no haste and takcth no rest." It smote the consort of Queen Victoria, and filled her royal house with mourning. It shook the English heir lo the throne "right over the pit," to use Ihe phrase of the old Scotch preacher ap plied to "that wicked King Jamie." It creeps into the upper flat of a tenement house, and every day for a month starts off a solemn procession towards "the only rest to...

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 April 1872

fvening State gottenat MONDAY EVENING, Al'Kll. 1, 1872. The I', i) anil tlie IJ.il.i-. An English farmer was one Jay at work j in his fields, says tho Christian Weekly, < when lie saw B party of huntsmen tiding i ■boat his farm, lie ha! one field that ho was specially anxious that they should not lide over, as the crop was in a condition to tie badly injured by the tramp of the -torses ;' so he dispatched one of his work men to this held, telling him to shut tlie fr-ato and keep watch over it, and on no ac count suiter it to be opened. The boy went as he was bidden, but was scarcely nt his post before the hunters came up per emptorily ordering the gate to be opened, 'this the boy declined to do, stating the or ders he had'received and his determination not to disobey them. Threats and bribes •were offered alike in vain. One after an other came forward as spokesman, but all with the same result; the boy remained immovable in his determination not to open The gate. After a while on...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gountal PC. MBH _n. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, A. \*. 912* Mai. Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—#6 per year; six months, M; three months, .l.floj 1 month, flfl cents. SEMI-WEEKLY —$2.60 iier year; six months, ]_fij three months, 7ft cents. WEEKLY^*I.6O per year; six mouths, 7ft cents tOrWRBKLTan-t BRMIWEKKLT JOURNAL dabs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. I ) lUIMiiMi THEATRE. FOUR NIGHTS ONLY I COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, Aran. 3d. GRAND EASTER, HOLIDAY PERFORM ANCES I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY BF.RGER FAMILY SWISS BELL-R INGERS, AWD SOL SMITH RUSSELL, America's Greatest Humorist. VOCALISTS! HARPIS'IS I YOUNG LADIES' SILVER CORNET BAND! LADY ORCHESTRA ! First appearance in Richmond of Mm NELLIE E. KNAP, Soprano Vocnlist. Ma. ERNEST THIELE, ihe distinguished Flute Soloist (late of Md'lle Nilsson's Concert Company,) and other talent will appear. FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. Prices as usual. Sale of reserved seats com merces at West, Johnston k Co.'c Tuesday morning...

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 April 1872

(Evening State #ouvnat. HIIMII -All.V. -80-Mm ANli WEEKLY, A' No x!-H Mais Stuutt, Riomioiti, Vi»»"N<. VDWM.I. I) A.MLL.S, ElUt»r anil Mnnnsrr. TERMS r DAILY. onevenr ... OC j Three months . $1 M -ti_ months *.. mi] One MM „. IO SfMI-WEF.KLY. [tasTED EVERY TF.aiIAT AXO FRIbA. ] One .ear *_ 60 I Three months 71 Six months 1 SB I Clue month -."> WEEKLY. LISSCID EVERT WEDSRSDAT.] tine year *1 N I Six months 7_ OLCT HATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY I One Tear. Sir Months Three Months. 6 copies....*ll IK. *A M *2 7. 11l copies.... - 20 Oil 10 00 6 00 _ll copies U (XI 17 60 S 76 M copies.... 76 00 37 60 18 76 |_$r Specimen copies of each edition sent free TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1872. STATE COSVEVriO-f. noons R»r. State Ce!<trai, Coaarrrii or mr. RRrtßi.iiAS Partt or Va.. Richmond, Fi -hi-nary ?. ' s - 2 ? -_\>lA< Voters of Virginia: The State Centnil Committi-e, at it« session In this city on the 7th Inst, nt, "Resolved. That the Republican Party or Vir ginia be assembled In delega...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gouvnat TUESDAY EV._E_.l_.tf, APRIL 2, 1872. —Eternal vigilance is the prico of vegcUk hies. —We pick up our knowledge as the fowl picks up the corn—a grain at a time. —In cultivating with fork or rake work backward to avoid showing footprints. —One pound of potatoes, carefully cut, will make one hundred sets. These will plant a hundred hills that should raiso trom two to three bushels. —Soak beet and carrot need from twelve to twenty-four hours before sowing. This forwards germination and helps them to come up as quickly as weeds. —Weeds should be collected and re moved Irora tho ground ; after being pulled or hoed up, they often root and grow. The best way is to bum them, root and branch. —Dwarf pop-corn, planted in drills eigh teen inches apart, anil thin, will produce abundantly. When sinking sow early purple-top strop leaf turnip between the rows. Plants do not eat manure, they drink the essence of it. —An English writer advises young ladies to look favorably upo...

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 April 1872

Evening State §tmmL TL'KSDAY KVENING, APRIL 2, ls7_ DA?.' ' 'IE. I pin early moi. . .ghl, Sweeping, duelling, ". etting right," Oiling all the household springs, Sewing buttons, tying string. , Telling Bridget what to do, Mending lips in Johnnys shre. Running up and down l In* stair. Tying baby in his chair, «. utiing meat aim spreading bread, Dishing oat so much per head, Eating as she can. by chance, i living husband kindly glance, Toiling, working, buisy life, " Smart woman, Dan's wife," Dan comes home, at fall of night, Home so cheerful, neat ami bright, Children meet him at the door, Pull him in nnd look him o'er, Wile _>-ks "how the work has gone '" " Busy times, with us nt home!" Sapper done—Dan reads at ease, Happy Dan, but one to plea«e ; Children must be put to bed- All the little prayers are said ; Little shoes are placed in rows. Bed clothes tucked o'er little toes, Busy, noisy, wearing life. Tired woman. Dan's wife. Dan reads on, and falls asleep, sj t . e —tho woman...

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 April 1872

(Evening State fflttttti. -M >.. ''I .v. Mnin Street, Richmond, tn. TERMS: DAILY—*B per year; six months, *.T; three months, *t..Mi; 1 month, 60cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6O per year; six months, 126; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—%I.6O per year; six months, 76 cents Clubs at extremely low rates. (Evening State gonvnai PROTECTION FOR THE FARMER AND THE UORKIIVI.MAN. The superb demagogucry of the free traders is shown in the recent speeches of several Democratic members of Con grass, who claim that the laboring classes j pay everything in the way of protective ] duties imposed, while the government gets j nothing. Now what is the principle of i protection ? It is simply o bounty paid i by all the people to enable its labor to | secure the best market. When we levy a tax of five dollars upon a ton of imported iron the man who buys the iron pays the tax in part, and for purposes of illlustra tion, we may say he pays the whole. Coder Protection this ton of iron has been made in this coun...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gouvnai . r-ui.i- fsi uAII.Y. SEMI WEEKLY ANU WEEKI/V, ST No il'.'- K_M! Stkh.t, Richso. ii Vis.ink. Ml WAR* MMI-HA Editor and .Vlnimji-r. TERMS: DAILY l )lic V eat te UC j Throe month 5.... SI 60 Six months W IK)! One month _o SEMI-WEEKLY. [IHACKO RVKK. YCB.. AY AMI F_ll>» V J One year .2 6(11 Three months 70 Slx months 1 26 I One month M WEEKI.Y.f [ISBCXD RVKRT WED. KsnAY.j line year $1 CO I Six months 7. .'EUR RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKEY : One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. 6 copies *11 uo *« (id W N 10 copies.... 20 0(1 10 00 6 00 _0 copies M N 17 bo . 7. M copies 75 O0 37 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free WEDNESDAY EVE'C, APRIL .'!, 1872. STATE CONVENTION. RooM Rep. State Central QOKliffb OF THE KIiPI'BLICAW PARTY OF \*A., Richmond, February 8, 1872. To the Voters of Virginia: The State Central Committee, at U« session in this city on the 7th instant, "Resofop't, That the Republican Party of Vir ginia be assembled in delegated (Convention, in the c...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gtmml WEDNESDAY EVE.., APRIL 3, 1872. ..mcri<-an Institute mid Farmers' ( lnb. THE FOUNDATION OF GOOD FARMING. S. VV. Stebbins, Portland, N. V.—As long ago as the time of Virgil, it was held that the foundation of good farming was to have a big dung-hill. 1 propose to show how wein Chautauqua country are effect ing this desirable object. First, our farm ers, especially dairymen, find it profitable to buy Western corn ; the manure thus gained, at least, is clear 1 profit. This alone in time must result in transferring the fer tility of the West to the Jiills of Chautau qua. 1 have a strip of ground, with a fence on the south, much haunted by the sheep, which has become rich. I intend to move this fence, so this rich piece shall go into meadow, and the sheep may fer tilize another strip. We are working gradually toward soiling. Nearly all (bed corn-fodder through the latter part of the summer, and many stable their cows nights through the entire summer, feed ing meal...

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 April 1872

(Ewntofl State Journal WEDNESDAY EVE'O, APRIL 3, 1879. STRAPS. -A gate city lawyer included in his l>ill against his client: "To waking tip in the night, and thinking about your rase, five dollars." -"If you don't give me a dime.' said ■ voting hopeful to his mamma, "I know n boy who's got the measles, nnd I 11 go ; and catch them." —A breach of promise case between colored parties in Tennessee resulted in a verdict of one cent nnd costs. Colored al fection is cheap in Tennessee. —A woman of Williams county, Tent;., ~humed n divorce nt the last term ol Court, and wns married again, to another man, in five minutes afterwards. —A grocer recently had a pound of ■sugar returned, with a note slating that it contained too much sand for table use, and not enough for building purposes. -A Nevada ninn advertises that though the rose may lose its fragrance and the shamnock witber, his eleven o'clock lunch es in their excellence shall endure for ever. —A Philadelphia «•* lecenlly lost his w...

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. — 4 April 1872

(Evening State §mvml A. Ns. ii'JM Mala Mr.. i. Richmond, Ya. DAILY—♦« per jmr; six months,*..; three months t1.40; 1 month, 40 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—(.2.OO per year; six months, WEEKLY—»I'..o per yew.; six months, 76cents (Evening State gtrnvnat "To make victory certain and to com , . r, ...I.' 1 ...' 1., 1 Hianu A morsi inlluenco wincn might other wise bo repelled, a candidate recognized as moderate but firm, free from partisan con nection, embarrassed by no vexatious record, sound and pure in character, would not only bring up the Democracy solid, which is necessary, but call out a vote from the Republicans such as would as tound those who are now revelling in power, and who do not realize the march of a silent revolution, which will soon sweep away every vestige of their corrup tion." The Washington Patriot, in a stunning leader, quoted by other Democratic papers, thus describes the candidate who is to run Grant off the course. Doubtless he would do it, and achieve other wonders. Bu...

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. — 4 April 1872

(Evening State Journal - mmMP OAILY. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY AT No. -Hi- Maih Street, Riohiiom>, Yiroikia. EDWARD DANIELS. Editor and Manager. TEEMS: DAILY- One year »6 OC j Three months, tl » mx months IS 00 | One month »l -I >I!W < « I.' V [ISSSID EVERT ITEBDAT AICD TRIDAT.) One year $2 60 I Three months 70 SU montbs 1 26 I One month 25 VV!rl.kl.l ,| [l_.l'. O EVERT WKll- F'DAT.) One year *i 00 | Six months 70 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY.: One Tear. Sir Months. Three Months. a copies.... »11 on WOO *_ 70 10 copies.... 21100 10 00 0 00 2(1 copies SB (10 17 OO I 70 BO copies.... 75 00 37 60 18 70 ogf Specimen copies of each edition sent free THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 4,1872 STATE CIMVCNI'IOfI. Rooms Rue. State (,'eiitrai. Committrk OF IHK R-IPUBUCA. PARTT OF Va., Ricbmo. n, February S, 1878. _b the Voters of Virginia : The State Central Committee, at.lts session in this city on the "th Instant, "Resolved, That the Republican Party of Vir ginia be assembled In delegated Conventi...

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