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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 effecting this desirable object. First, our farmers, 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 fertility of the West to the Jiills of Chautauqua. 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 fertilize 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, feeding me...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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 alfection 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 lunches in their excellence shall endure forever. —A Philadelphia «•* lecenlly lost ...

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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 otherwise bo repelled, a candidate recognized as moderate but firm, free from partisan connection, 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 astound 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 corruption." 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. But f...

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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: DAILYOne 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 Virginia be assembled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 April 1872

(Evening State Journal THURSDAY EVENIN.i, APR1L4,1872. 1. To eat when you do not feel like it, is brutal—nay, this is a slander on the lower animals, since they do not debase themselves. 2. Do not enter a sick chamber on an empty stomach, nor remain as a watcher or nurse until you feel almost exhausted, nor sit between the patient and the lire, nor iv the direction of a current of air from the patient towards yourself, nor eat or drink anything after being in a sick room, until you have rinsed your mouth thoroughly. .1. Do not sleep in any garments worn during the day. 4. Most grown persons aro unable to sleep soundly and refreshingly over seven hours in summer or eight in winter; the attempt to force more on the system by a nap in tho day time, or a "second nap" in tho morning, renders the whole of the sleep disturbed and imperfect. 5. Some of the most painful "stomach acheß" are occasioned by indigestion ; this generates wind, and hence distension. It is often speedily remedied by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 April 1872

(Evening State Journal THURSDAY EVEMNO, APRIL 4,187*. THK MOI'IIK.R-IN-LAW. " . /I IT Aladvin a distant town of California thinks that the unpopularity of the mother-in-law is ft grievous injustice, or, nt least, that the wife's mother should not •>? made to bear all the indignities of public misappreciation when the mother is as likely to be a cause of domestic infelicity, and wishing to express her views dramatically, Rives them tho form of an answer to a certain burlesque, "Farm Ballad,' wherein a rural lord and master says to l.is servant: • Go 'tend the door, there, Bridget, and nifhd what you're about-, For Betsy's mother's comtn', and Betsy and I are out. - I've stood the dear old lady as long as ever I can, -uul the more I've tried to stan' it, the more I \ c had to stan'.'' Readers remembering not the other lines of the paroay may judge from these their general tenor, and be thereby to understand the points made by the Lplilornia lady in her version of U-T3T'- MO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 April 1872

titaitifl $tatc $0um»J. .J ,^ Y 9 ,arVi^T;e«f :^chm., ;"'v fc DAILY—»6 per year; six months, ft*; three months, 11.50; 1 month, 60 cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.M per year; six months, 125: three months. 75 cents. .SO per year; six months, 76 cents /tfti/jv lit •j'fi'i'iiiafi/ littn vrtt t Evening £tat* gmmtal. A BBSOLUTION, introduced by Senator Graham, to pay absentees from sickness for their full time, elicited considerable discussion. It was supported by Messrs. Graham, Thomas and French, and opposed by Kirkpatrick, I'itzpatrick and others. The opposition was principally based upon cases where parties hail disabled themselves by debauchery or those who had not appeared in their seats at all. The resolution was passed by a very large majority, it being the sense of the Senate that no inquiry should be made beyond the certificate of the Senator that he was sick. Thh joint resolution of Senator Taylor, providing for reassessment of lands in the State by tho extension of time to counties wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 April 1872

$m\M State gouvnal rcBLISBEt' IAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI> WEEKLY, AT fij. (US'* Maic St»b»t, Riomosn, Vim'"' ■ OWARO DAHTELsV Kditor and Mnnacer. TERMS: D A I I. V . ,me year ** «* 1 Three months.... II H Sis months U 00 llh c month ni SEMI-WEEKLY. iHSCSO BVKHT Itanai AKt> PalfAl.l Oh year VJ Mi I Three months 78 eV.xnionths 1 2fi I (me month .5 WKttKLY., (nwpcn. syRET araa*rMNrf<J tine year *1 60 I Six months H i I.UR RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One TtOT. Sir XimtXt. Three. .¥'nr.hs. „ copies....til 00 •«*> *J "f i,i copies.... 20 no miw ' !.'■ M copies M 00 '• 52 .„ ■',' fn copies.... 79 IXI 37 6" IP "■' Specimen coplen of each edition sent free FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, U72. BOOH KKr. STATU CENTRAL OOMHITI UK or the Rcrciu.li:.u Party or Va., KICMtOUD, February 6, 11-72. 7V Ike TbUrt 0/ Yirainii:: , The State Central Committee, at its session In fiis city on the 7th instant, "JTsJtilwit That iho Republican Parly of Virginia be assembled in delega...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 April 1872

(Swnhifl gonrnal FRIDAY EVENINIi, APRIL r>, 1572. TARUT AND FREE TRADE. The accompanying farm sceno it reality. It shows what we were and what we are; what we are and what we may become. It is truth itself, and the tens of thousands of farmers know it. The manufacturers and workingmen know it. Three times this nation has been tossed into bankruptcy and poverty while English capitalists stood and looked on, and laughed at us, and rattled our bard-earned American gold in their well-filled poeke'.s. Anil while they stood TARlFF—Market at Your Door. 285G-'67, when soup-houses tilled the land instead of mills and factories; when crestfallen workingmen, with brawny arms, were compelled to eat this humble bread o' charity and degradation. A single vote of Congress brought ns to this poverty in each instance. In the picture before us we see the effects of free trade with a market across the ocean. An oddly matched couple of faded and dispirited brutes who evidently think (hey hav...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 April 1872

ifvcmnn State flotmtal FRIDAY EVENING,""APRIL fi, IS7*. NO MM IS l> HEAVEN. Talking of sects tilt late one eve, I if the various deolllaes the saints believe, Tha, night I stood In a troubled dream, I!y th» sldo of a darn y But*laf stream. Vud a "clmrchman" down to the riveroa_e: When I heard a strange voice call Lis name, ■ Good tather, stop; when you cro-s this tide. You must leave your robes on the other side.'' But the aged father did not mind, And his long gown floated out behind, \s down to the stream his way ho took, His pale hands clasping a gt.t-edged book " I'm hound for Heaven, and when I'm there, I shall want mv Hook of Common Prayer; And though I put on a starry crown, 1 should leel unite lost without my gown." Then he Axed his eves M the shining tra, k, Bui his gown was heavy and held hi in kaek, _4 ihe poor old father tried In vole. A single .tepin the Hood logain. 1 saw him again on the other side, Hut his silk gown ilOAted on the tide, And no one tusked l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 April 1872

(Evening State journal Pt'BI.ISHKn. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At "He. ')13>i Main Street. Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—M per year; six months, *3; three month*, «1.0fl; 1 month, 60cents. SEMI-WKEK—Y—*Ii.M per year; rsix months, }26; three months, 7f> cent*. WEEKLY—W .60 per year; •_ months, 7« cent* VrWF.BKI.YnuI SKMI WKBKLT JOURNAL . v * a .rrreoi. y . ?i m ts. Evening State journal I.ETTIiR FIIOM WASHINGTON. Loudoun tounlr—liailroad AlTairs-Xurse-FrVi't"" "~ 1 *""" ° f •"" b »'« lr > r - s ""»- Washington, AprilH, 1572. To the. Rlilor of the State. Journal: . Having spent some »'ays of last week and this, looking about in Uilfcrcnt portions of the fertile and thrifty county of Loudoun, Virginia, i have dotted down a few paragraphs in regard to important matters tor tho readers of the State Journal., No part of Virginia, that has come under my inspection, is naturally more capable of highest production, or is better tanned, than Loudoun county —h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 April 1872

<Bm\h\(\ State journal lIMWV, -EMI-WEr.;<I.Y ANl' WEEKLY, AT Ni >mi Mais STaaiv. Riobhosd, VimoiaiA. ■ OWARO DANIELS. MM nml Mnnaser. TERMS: DAILY. ivieveir *1 OP | Three months —#1 60 SU months *il ml One month 60 SE.MI-WKF.K_Y. f MotlFD KVKBT TCBSDAT ASD FRIDAY.] One year *2 MM Three months 70 NX months 1 »6 I One month So WKEKI.Y. [IBIIIJRD IVIRT WKPSRHDAV.] i fee >e;.r tl CO I Six months 70 ('LIB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: f>ne Tear. Sir Months. Three Months. t copies. ..sll Wi W "li *2 75 in copies.... 20 00 10 oo • 00 ■11 copies 35 0(1 17 nil 8 7S 50 copies.... 75 00 H7 Ml 1» 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free SATURDAY KVKNI'G, APRIL 0,1572. STATE CONVENTION. Rooml Rbp. Statr Ckktbai. Comhittbb OF IHR REPUBLICAN PARTY OF Va. Richmond, February 8, 1872. J!, the Voters of Virginia: The Stato Central Committee, at Us session In this city on the 7th instant, •• Resolved, That the Republican Party of Vir- j glnla be assem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 April 1872

$ wtiiag State journal SATURDAY KVKNI'G, APRIL (i, 1872. SENATOR WILSON'S SPEECH- Wlinl thr RepnbUcnn Party Has Done for the Woikinuninli. I see before me men whom I recognize as toiling men ; men whom havo to support the wives of their bosoms and the children of their love by manual labor. 1 call the earnest attention of these men to this terrible struggle through whicli we have passed, and to what has been achieved for the poor toiling men of this country during the last twelve years. 1 feel that 1 have the right to speak for toiling men and to toiling men, 1 was born here in your county of Stafford. I was born in poverty ; want sat by my cradle. I know what it is to ask a mother for bread when she has none to give. I left my homo at ten years of age and served an apprenticeship of eleven years, receiving a month's schooling each year, and at tho end of eleven years of hard work, a yoke of oxen and six sheep, which brought me eightyfour dollars. Eighty-four dollars for eleven year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 April 1872

ffivtmmi State rfomm SATURDAY EVTCNI'Q, A.PRILB, 18W. Cows with CA___ 15AOS.—As the season ii nt liand for new milch cows, »nd as ilnere is more or less trouble in rceard to tl.cir having enked hags. 1 thought that I would send you a remedy which we have used for many years, and have never known i! to fail,'in a single ""'stance, of producing the desired effect. It is simply i common soft soap applied to the parts a - fected, and thoroughly rubbed in withthe bud. My father lias vised tins remedy formany years, and generally found one application Woodward. Political Directory. The dates of the most important politica •Tents for some months to come, so far as announced, are as follows : April 10lh, State Republican Convention. Florida. ~. ~ April 10th, Stat-; Republican Convention, Pennsylvania. . April lOta, National Convention Colored j Men, New Orleans, lxiuisiana. April 17th, State Republican Conven- j tion, Viigiuia. April lfth, State Republican Convention, North Carolina. I Apri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 April 1872

(gvening State journal PCBLISIIED. DAILT, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At *o. 9W)4 Main Street, Richmond, Vn. TERMS: DAILY—#6 per year; six months, $3; three -nonths, *1./H>; l month, (10cents. SEiVII-WEEKLY—t'i.fifl per year; six months, 1-5; three monUis, 7Roentß. WEEKLY—*I .no per year; six mouths, 7* cents Evening State journal Lunatic Asylum. —Over 400 young ladies are in attendance in the Staunton Female Schools. —A live lizard wa.s found in digging a well in Augusta county, 20 feet below the surface. —Mr. Edmund C. Robinson Jr., son of Dr. E. C. Robinson, of Norfolk, died last week in Bainbridge, Ceorgia. —The remains of Mr. Ragland, who died recently in Mobile, are to be interred at Petersburg, being expected there to-day. —Hon. James P. Holcombe, has been selected as orator of the literary societies of the Virginia Military Institute at the final celebration in Juno. —The asscsssment of 1870, decreased the value of land in Rockinham $G31,000, while in Augusta, includi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 April 1872

(Evening State journal P.M.ISHRI' nAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANl> WEEKLY, AT ,No nfK —-OI Stsmst, EiomiosD, Vi«oi»u. GOWAHU MRU*—*t MM* and llauuger. TERMS I O A I I. V . oueyear *•; or j Three months. ...tl 60 Six mouths «.l 001 One month Ml §_MI-W__K_Y. [ISSUED BVSRT Tl'RfllTAT ANTI r»IDAV._ One year *2 60 1 Three monthe 7.1 Sianionths 1 ■ I One month ■ WEEKLY. iiaenlD EVERT WKDNK.'DAT.] One year *1 6u I Six months 7(1 CT.UB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Sir tfiinlkt. Three Months. ft copies....*ll H W•> * 3 t" 10 copies.... 20 on Id I"' " m 211 copies Sl> IHI 17 60 8 76 80 copies.... 7fl 00 S7 60 IS 76 Specimen copies of ench edition sent free MONDAY EVENI'C, APRIL 8, 1871 VI'ATE UaNVEN-MMt, Rooms Rep. State Central OMsn «S OF IMB REPrBI.tr'AN PAKIT OP Ya., Richmond, February 8,1872. To the Voters if Virginia : The Stato Central Committee, at Us session in this city on tho 7th instant, "Resohed, That the Republican Party of Virginia bo assembled in de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 April 1872

(Evening State journal MONDAY EVENI'G, APRTL 8, 1872. PROTECTION TO AMERICAN I.AHOIt. Senator Wilson Hum shows the fallacy of Democratic Free Trade : Persistent efforts are making; to convince the laboring men antl to mako them believe they hare a very hard that of it; that th*y have to pay tax*s ; are, indcoil, almost taxed out of existence. A document is circulated to prejudice th* laboring men against the administration, on account of the high rates of duties. In ray judgment, the wise and sound policy is to tax luxuries highly ; to put the burden of taxation upon articles that come in competition with our own, and make a free lint as larg* as possible. Wo have a great debt to pay. Wo shall have taxation enough for many years. That burden, the legacy of tho slave Democracy, will rest upon the labor of the nation for years to come. It was my privilege last summer to spend a few weeks in England, i hardly heard anything else there but complaint* of our tariff, If I went to a dinner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 April 1872

Evening State journal MONDAY "EVEM'G, APRIL 8. 1872. [For the EvwJftf SUhtt Journal.] lIIKDS OF SPRING. O bird- ol" spring, your free. song 1 ? ring Throughout thedcp.hu of woodland mazes, The earth awakes—and Flora take* Ah outlook tfcto* the eye* of daisies The air is bland, the hill-tops green, All nature snub's, and Spring is Queen I O birds of spring, again you sing The herald anthems of creation, As through the land, God's bounteous hand Sustains the earth in glad ovation ; He fore our -wants are shaped in prayer His lavish gifts bloom everywhere. 0 birds of spring, the songs you sing Are rendered now, tho' trite and olden; With 'witching art, o'er nature's harp, Where'er you trip, tho strings are golden ; No added notes—no varied themes. To break the charm of ruem'ry's dreams. O birds of spring, with you I sing, Hut not as in the hours of childhood ; Those .songs that vied, long since have died In echoes thro' Mm tanked wildwood : The faithful brook* still onward glidi&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 April 1872

(Evening State journal At Ite. 919* Main Street, Rlchmend,' Va. DAILY—*« per year; six month*, 13; three nimi i lis, *l.fiO; 1 month, All cent*. ,SI—II-WEEKLY—♦2.SO per year; six months, j'tfi: throe months, jo cents. WKFJCLY— %\ .so per year; aix month*, 76 ceo ta S^ t^sUffffSS aSFamma (Evening State journal vißtii*u raws. -The public schools of Clarke and Buckingham counties, have suspended for want of funds. —The Republicans of Alexandria have elected E. B, White and R. I). Beckley to represent them in the Slate Convention. —It is said that General Ruggles, of Fredericksburg, has succeeded iv establishing his title to I large body of land in Texas. —Work along the entire line of the Lynchburg and Dnnville railroad, is being pushed ahead with extraordinary energy and activity. —J. M. Wood, charged with defalcation in internal revenue stamps, and against whom the jury returned a verdict for $3,000, has been granted a new trial at Lynchburg, to take place during the nest term. —The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 April 1872

Evening State journal DAILY, SKVII-WKi'.Kl/Y ANI> WttfcKl.Y, No. *12S Mais St»»kt, Rtoanoxn, VisniJiA- KDWAKD DAJSIELS. Editor nnd Ulniinger. TERMS: DAILT, Oieyenr *« is! j Three month.' —♦! M S* months *S m I One mouth M DEMI-WEEKLY. XYE*T TCXRDAT AUD FRtPAT.) One year *2 60 1 Three months 7ft Six months 1 Sift | One month 2ft vany.| [issuan fVBKT wansasDAT.) One year tl oil | Six months 7.1 OI.PB RATES FOE SEMI-WEEKLY : One rVrir. Six llonlli*. Three Mimths. !, copies....»ll (HI U«l *2 7.1 10 copies.... H on in II" I oil 'Jll copies 35 0(1 17 fto « 7B an copies.... 75 00 S7 (SI 18 7ft Specimen copies of each edition sent free TUESDAY EYENI'd, APRIL !', 1572. STATE CONVENTION. Rooms Rut. State Ckktrai. Committee ) or THK Repi ni.icAN Party of Va., { Richmond, February S, 1572. J Ti the Voters of Virginia : The State c'enlral Conn|ttM*_ at its session in this city on the "th instant, "Resolred, That Hie Republican Party of Virginia be assembled in delegated Convention, in...

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