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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 April 1872

Owning $ti\ti fmrntalj TUESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL Id, 1872. Evtrects from the Speech or the Hon. T J Marker, Juii«e of the Sixth Circuit, South Carolina, Delivered ut Cheater, S. C. But the negro wai not alone the victim of this sleepless, night-stalking crime. The number of white Republicans who fell by the stroke of the Kuklux in the counties adjacent to this, although not large, are sufficient to show that the organization sprang, not from the antagonism of race, but from a conllict of political opinion. Some of the men who thus fell were from the North, and had been soldiers in the army of the Cnion in the late war. I say to the leading whites of this section that their habit of denouncing the state and national governments as composed of a band of robbers and tyrants, has tended to break or loosen that tic of fealty which the good citizen should cherish for his state and country. Wherever these denunciatiuiis have taken the form of specific charges they have been utterly refuted ; y...

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. — 16 April 1872

(Swrittfl £tat* §mml TUESDAY KVKN'U, APRIL IG, 1872. l 111 MANLIEST MAN. IST cl|-.0. W. lIINOW The manliest man of all the race, Whose heart is open as his face, Puts forth his hand to help another, 'Tis not the blood of kith or kin, ' Tis not the color of the skin ; Tin the true heart which beats within, Which makes the man a man and brother. His words are warm upon his lips, His heart beats to his finger tips, He is a friend and loyal neighbor; Sweet children kiss lam on the way, And women trust him. for they may. He owes no debt he cannot pay ; He earns his bread with bonnet labor. He lifts the fallen from the ground, And puts his feet upon tho round Of dreaming Jacob's starry ladder, Which lifts him higher, day by day, Toward the bright and heavenly way, And further from the tempter's sway, Which stingeth like the angry ndder. He strikes oppresMon to the dust, c shares the blows aimed at the jum, He shrinks not from tne post of danger , And in the thickest of the light, He battl...

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. — 17 April 1872

toiitty £taie gmmtat. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY A« N*. 9tBH Mala Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: HAILY—#e per year; »ix months, *8; three "'""I' 1 "' f1.60; 1 month, 60 cent*. V ' [__j_ fcKKLY— *,2.eo per y*ar ; *lx month*, WEEKLY—♦I.6O per year ; *lz months, 76 cant* WRBKLTandBBMI-WBBKLI JOURNAL Evening £tate g0umai The Republican party was born of the humane and progressive spirit of the age. Tho old parties had proved faithless. For office, their leaders had sold out the sacred heritage of the people, and even despoiled the Temple of Liberty of its consecrated gold, to buy votes. For the miserable garbage of power, they turned away from the glorious work, of elevating and blessing their fellowmen. While Freedom dragged her chains, they held their brutal rovels with the price of her degradation, but on the walls of their banquet hall, tho finger writing of their doom, blazed out. Tho unbonghf masses of a mighty nation, roused from their fatal slumber, repossessed themselves of th...

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. — 17 April 1872

(Evening #ttt* $ouvnal! pnat.lsHße DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. «.-.* Mat* -MMM. Riih.o-i>. VtwtKi* SDWAKM M.naa-r. TERMS: DAILY. on. vnar •* w 'i Three month- .... »1 «> 8U mSnth...:. ...»•- on I One month M» SEMI-WEEKLY. [iaauss «v*»T tomcat akd -eibat.) One year ■ «l I Three month. » Saroonth* I Ml One month -° WEEKLY. (iSarlD »VB*T WBIIKMOAT.I On*year »1 SO | Six month* » ] OLTTB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : 0n« T«.ir. Sir Months. Thrte Months. n .opi-.....«-noo »• 0»*» 10c0p1e..... MOO »» S3 H) eofne* S5 (XI HJO 178 Socople-.... 78 00 37 60 ■ " Specimen copies of each edition sent free WEDNESDAY EVE'Q, APRIL 17,1872. What nothing else could have achieved in a generation, the profligacy and despot ism of the Grant administration has accom plished in a presidential term. The white vote of tho South is welded into a solid mass of just resentment against him. And he and the craftier creatures who lacked his power as he lacked their brains, have so alienated the intelligen...

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. — 17 April 1872

€tmtnfl £tate fttwtml WEDNESDAY BYE'S, APRIL 17,1872. Speech el Hon. Win. I). Kelley, of Prnnsylva vatiin, in the llense el' Reprrtentative*, Mnrcli K.ili, 1372, in Answer to the Erre 'I rnilc Argument of Mr. Krrr. FREE TRADE VS. PROTECTION. Mr. \V. R. Roberts—l wished to ask the gentleman, does he see the philosophy of imposing high duties on wool or other raw materials of our manufacturing indus try? Mr. Kelley—l decline to be interrupted ; for I am following a current of thought which will answer very well for the pre sentation of my views, and I do not want to be diverted from it by the ingenuity of an}' lieutenant of the gentleman who has opened the war .on the wages of American labor. 1 ma}', however, say in passing that 1 recognize mutton as wholesome food, with which 1 would keep the market well supplied ; and wool-growing as an impor tant national interest that should be well protected and fully developed. If tho purchasing power of English wages is, as the gentleman from I...

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. — 17 April 1872

&vmiug jstate efouvnal \VKDNE.SDAY KVK'U, APRIL 17, 1872. MinNONSF.TTF. Ihv gift is like thyself, dear ft lend, No brlllianoy oi bloom, V, -math of outward charms reveals Us presence in my room ; But. healing fragrance, »uch as breathes From out a spirit pure, That humbly loves and humbly lu,,i 01 To trait and to endure Exhaling* of our Inward peace, Which whisper to my heart, That who so loves, and who so lean - Doth choose the better part. AN ANGEL IN THE HOUSF:. How sweet it wer*, if without feeble fright, Or dying of the dreadful beauteous sight, An angel came to us, and we could bear To see him issue from the silent air At evening in our room, aud bend on ours His divine eyes, and bring us from his bowers News of dear friends, and children who have never Boca dead indeed—as wo shall know forever Ala* 1 we think not what we daily see About our heartos—angels, that are to be, Or may be If they will, and we prepare Their soul" and onrs to meet in happy air; A child, a friend, ...

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. — 18 April 1872

fening Jitate gom-nall PUBLISHED. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At N*. 918 M Main Street, Richmond, Ya. TERMS: DAILY—*' per year; «ix month*, M; three ■nonUi*, jLMj 1 mouth, 60 cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY-*l.ftO per year; six month*, Ix 6: three month*, 76 oents. WEEKl.Y^»l.6flpery-«r; six month*, 76 cent* Evening M ftttott, LOCAL MATTERS. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION SESSIONS YESTERDAY & TO-DAY TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT ORHAN IZATIONS. PLATFORM OF PRIXCiriKN ADOPTED I The Convention was called to order at 12 M. by Senator John F. Lewis, Chairman State Central Committee. <>n motion of J. Ambler Smith the call under which the Convention met was read by tho Secretary. The next business in order being the se lection of temporary chairman, 0. P. Rams . dell, of Surry, Dr. D. M. Norton, of James City, Rush Burgess and John R. Popham, of Richmond, were put in nomination.— The claims of Dr. Norton were presented by Mr. Popham and Mr. Malord ; those of Mr. Popham by Major Anable ; those of R...

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 April 1872

(Evening 9 tate goutnnl PUKLIBHkt) DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. »l*H M*t» Sttttr, kioaao-D. ViaoiaiA EDWARD DAMEIA, Edlwr and Manager. TERMS: DAILY. nuveaf M lie I Three months.... *1 60 git. month* *3W>l tine month 60 BBMI-WEESLT. [ISSUED BV«*T -TMOAT AST) »aI»AT.I OV year *2 oil I Three months 78 Slxmooths 1 3S I One month 26 WEEKLY. llteOtD KVtRT WtDieBUDAT.J On* year *1 60 l-Slx month* 76 OLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tsar. Sir Months. Three Months. I copies....*ll 00 W*> *2 7» lOeopii'*.... 20 00 10 00 6 00 M copies 30 00 1' 60 S 70 60 copies.... 76 00 37 60 IS 76 — Specimen copies of each edition sent free THURSDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 18,1872. THE SECRET BALLOT. The opposition to the secret ballot in this | State can be accounted for on no pther rea- j son than that the tendency of the human mind is to run in old grooves and channels; and one of the most difficult things in the world is to get a mind thus rutted in its course out of its old way of thinking and acti...

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 April 1872

(Evening ftate fontnal THURSDAY EVEN'U, APRIL 18,1872. FREE DISCUSSION. "No Sects in Heaven." To the Editor <<f the Stats Journal: The poem with the abovo title, which pleased many of your readers last week, creates, whenever published, curiosity as to its author. It was WTitten by Mrs E. 11. J. Cleaveland. Hookworm. «a» To the Editor of the State Journal: In the belief that you are fairer than the New York Tribune, which I have but twice known to publish opinions contrary to its own, I venture to say a few words on the subject of Free Trade—just a few—know ing that if I am wrong there will no great evil result therefrom. In the first place, I deprecate these wild attacks made upon a man's motives and in tegrity, for advocating a certain side of a great question. If my friend is a Protec tionist, I don't call him a vassal of Rhode Island or Pennsylvania; if he is a Free Trador, 1 have no right to call him an hire ling of Hritain, a recreant American. I advocate Free Trade, bec...

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 April 1872

(Evening £tate |<mvttri. THURSDAY KVKN'G, APRIL 18, 1872. the Voices. " Why urge, the long, unequal fight- Since truth has fallen in the street, Or lift anew the trampled light, (Quenched by the heedless million's feet ! " Give o'er tho thankless task, forsake The fools who know not ill from good; Eat. drink, enjoy thy own, and toko Thine er.se among the multitude. " lAre out thyself, with others share Thy proper life no more ; assume The unconcern of «un and air, For life or death, or blight or bloom " The mountain pine looks calmly on Tho fires that scourge the plains below. Nor heed* the eagle in the sun, The small birds piping in the snow. *' Tim world is God's,not thins; let Him Work out a change, if change must be : The hand that planted best can trim And nurse the old, unfruitful tree." So spake the Tempter, when the light Of sun and stars had left the sky, T listened, through the clond and night, Aud heard, raethought, a voice reply : " Thy ta*k may well seem over-hard, 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. — 19 April 1872

Evening £tate goxxtml At No. "l-jv, vini,, fetrcst, Rlehnend,' Va. month*, ♦1..*>0; l month, 60 *'*«_.»*. * ' Evening £tate lemma!. LOCAL MATTERS. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION DELEGATES TO PHLLADELPHIA Presidential WOtmctorn State Central Committee NATIONAL EDUCATION OUR POSTAL. SERVICE Internal Improvements A.iyouritnAont Nino Oie Address to the People three o'clock yesterday afternoon, and on motion of J. B. Sencr, of Fredericksburg proceeded to the selection of six delegates from the State at large to the Philadelphia Convention. The following gentlemen were then put in nomination: Edward Daniels, of Fairfax ; P. G. Thomas, of Portsmouth ; l_.wis McKenzio, of Alexandria ; John W. Jenkins, of Richmond city; Rufus S. Jones, of Richmond city; L. H. Chandler, of Richmond city; John Freeman, or Halifax; Franklin Wood, of Petersburg; G. W. Porter, of Albemarle; Henry TV. Wells, Jr., Richmond city; John W. B. -Mathews, Petersburg; John S. Nil.on, of Norfolk; S. L. Anable, of Henrico ;...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gournal _v__a_a_ Ii.UI.Y, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. 912*1 Mai* Stsi.t, Riossomi, Visch.i*. IDWaM OAMKI.B. Kdlter and MaiV.cer. TERMS : DAILY. One year $. 06 j Three month-... - fjtl 60 SIT month* .1 i»'l One month 80 SUM I- WEEKLY. (l_3-_D -VIST TDSSDAT ASB FHIDAT.] One year »2 no I Three months. 70 Six month. 1 26 | One month 26 WEEKLY. [iBSCFn KVKRT WBDN-HDAT.] One yoar .1 Bt| Six month* 76 OT.TTB KATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. s copies »11 00 W M .2 76 II) copies.... 20 on 10 00 6 00 M copies M IN> 17 60 «. 76 M copies 76 00 S7 60 IS 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free FRIDAY EVENING, APRTL 1!), 1872. We must giid on our armor for another hard-cider, coon-skin, and "buckeye" cam paign. Cincinnati must start it, and we must all contribute to keep the ball in mo tion. It is the only way to win. The country must again be swept by the en thusiasm of the people, as with the forceof a tornado. — Enquirer. We do not recollect ...

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 April 1872

(Evening ftate genmrat. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1872. Speech or Hen. Wm. D. Keller, «r IY-merlva vunin, In the House of Representatives, M.v. I, 16th, IST2, iv Anawer to the Free Trade Argument of Mr. Kerr. Those who arc old enough to remember 1557-' GO, and-preiiminently those who can remember 1831-'4O, as 1 can, when for nine months 1 walked the streets of my na tive city, and would have been glad to earn a half a dollar on any day, and could iind no mau who could give me work or wages, though 1 enjoyed tho reputation of beiug a quick and skillful workman; it was the first year of freedom from my indentures, and 1 grieved that I had not come into the world one year later than I had done, that the home of the worthy gentleman to whom I had been indentured might have sheltered me during thoso terrible months ; keenly do I remember tho agony 1 endured at find ing that upon attaining manhood I had become a charge upon mem bers ol my family who cheerfully supplied my simple wants and...

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 April 1872

(Evening $tate $0uvnaj. FRIDAY EVEN.NO, APRIL 10, 1872. SPARKS OF JOLLITY. -•Chamber music—Baby ? -Does it hurt a joko to crack it? —A derided stand—A stand of arms. —A tight fit—The delirium tremens. Paper cuffs—Newspaper attacks. --A burst of eloquence—An exploded idea. —The marriage relation —Your mother in-law. -The "Hump of De3tructiveness"—A railway collisiou. —Step on an orange peel if you wish to make a quick trip. — What is it you can take without hands ? A hint. —What kind of rain does n .sheep-farm er abhor ? Munain. —What part of a rille is like an assault ? The breach of the peace. —An ass may bray a good while before he shakes the stars down. —When is a clock on the stairs danger mis?—When it runs down. —Who ever saw anybody nesr a fire who didn't want to play poker? —Many people who cannot square a circle, can get round a square meal. —A lobster never comes ashore without groat risk of getting into hot water. —"When we were boys together," is I ha sad refrain of the S...

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 April 1872

(Ewring State journal rnsiUH.n. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKI.Y, At N-. Uta>_ Main Street, Richmand, Vn. TERMS: DAILY—.6 per year; «i_ months, 13; three montli*, §1.60; 1 month, 50 cents. SI-MI-WEEKLY—S2.SfI per year; iix months, 126: three month*, 76 cents. WEEKLY—♦I.BO per year; six month., 76 cents *BTWEBKLYdnd SBXI-WF.BKLY JOUSSAL Otubs at extremely low rates. (Evening #tate immwi Synapsis of ihe Great Speerh ..Krnaior W ilua at the Cooper I in,in than for any thousand men, no matter how great they were. [Applause.] The Re publican party was boni amid the prayers and well-wishes of untold thousands of the masses, and it had a mission to fulfill that had not yet terminated. Any man who left the ranks of that party did it against his (the speaker's) most "earnest wishes, and he would do all in his power to ask theso man to pause in their career. The Kepublican party was not perfect, and among its three millions must necessarily contain some bad men ; but that wan no good reason ...

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 April 1872

(Evening State ffwm pr'Bl<lSHK [>____, SEMI-WEEKLY AM> WEEKLY, No. "1-H M.i* Sf.kbt, RioaaoßD, Vibhibu. IUWARU immki.s, K.iiior and Manaser. DAILY. on*.**- *.(«'' Three month.. ...fl do six month* ft Ml I On* month 60 §_-*_• W____T< [1..118- B.BBT TrK3It.IT ABD t1.1t..>! On* year *3 BO I Three months 79 nii month* 1 _S | One month SS WEEKLY. (1.8U.D BVKHT WEDSK.DAT.] One y«ar *1 N | Six month* 78 (ILUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Year. Six Months. Three Months i, copies.... til (Hi .5 SO .2 75 10 copies 20 00 10 00 6 01) 20 copies 35 00 17 60 S 76 60 copies.... 76 00 87 60 18 75 "Specimen copies of each edition sent free SATURDAY F.VEN'G, APRIL 20, 1872. There is something extremely gro tesque, if not logically absurd, in the idea of organizing a political party on the basis of labor as contradistinguished from that which is not labor. Tn our judgment, it required a man of more than ordinary ge nius to strike out the idea of such an or ganization, ar.d at the same time...

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 April 1872

(Evening State $flnroal SATURDAY EVKN'G, APRIL 20,1872. MarKery'* First. Day nt School. BY MRS. M. E. MILLER. A chubby, sweet-faced child came into our Millbrook school-house one morning, as a visitor, conducted with trembling eagerness to my desk by Krnest and Bessie Clapp, who introduced her as their sister, and promised that she would not disturb the school. She did, however, as much as any other bluebird would have done, and just as innocently ; so that I could only smile with tho children, and long for the time to come when 1 could count her among my little llock. She wore a bright blue dress and cloak, which perhaps, as well as her song, won her the name bluebird, that day. A dozen times she forgot where she was, and broke out in little melodies, sometimes without words, so truly musical, that I raised my finger to check Bessie as she was about to interrupt her. After a few moments she would look up and forget her song, in her surprise at seeing so many children around her. Af...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gmm. SATURDAY EVfiN'G. APRIL 20, 1872. —Charles Miller, a venerable citizen of Petersburg, died last night. —Town property is changing hands rapidly in Winchester, and at advanced rates. —The late rains have extinguished the lires in the mountains throughout the Valley. — License or no license to bar-rooms is the question agitating the Town Council, Harrisonburg. —A lamb with but two legs is the ex citing topic in the neighborhood of Saltville, Wythe county. —A Lexington man, after visiting Staun ton, writes back to know who loaned him the $5 ho found in his pocket. —The shoe factory at Winchester has doubled its minimum subscribed capital in the past week, making it $10,000. —A teachers' institute was held in Win chester on the loth, and addressed by Dr. Sears and Major Hotchkiss, of Staunton. —We see it stated that W. N. Stevens, of Sussex, has been appointed route agent in the mail service between Lynchburg and Norfolk. -President McKenzic is preparing to push 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. — 22 April 1872

(Evening State fmmtal F.BLIBBED. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ne. OUK Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY— tn per year; six months, t3; three months, . 1.60; 1 month, 60 cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.«O per year; six mouths, 126: three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY— .I.6Oper year; six months, 76 cents . -___ I _f__T/- m'r'ly '/ '' *'° * (Evening State gtmvnal VIRGINIA -El«. —Alexander Elgin, of Aldie, was killed a few days ago by being thrown from his horse. —Mr. John Montgomery, an old and re spected citizen of Rockbridge, died last Tuesday. —Captain J. ]■'. Davitt, of Carter's wharf, Richmond county, was drowned last Tuesday. —The Scottsville Register says : "The wheat in this section (especially on the James) is doing finely." —The Piedmont Virginian nays: "The growing wheat around us is looking re markably well just now." —Nathaniel Holmes, a carpenter, was run over and instantly killed by the cars, near Alexandria, Thursday night. —Three gentlemen of Lottsburg town ship, Northumber...

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. — 22 April 1872

(Evening State guwnal rtj_______- DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WT.V.KLY, AT No. 9-_)_ Main Stem., Rioaitoaii, Vibmmu. KDWARI) DANIELS, Editor nnd Manager. TERMS DAILY. One year *6 «? I Three months— »1 M Six months *3 oo I One mouth 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. [i_»o«t> irsm tcrsdat ANn ram at.) One year .2 60] Three months 7.1 -•I- in. 1 __ I One month 25 WEEKLY. ttRBtTBO RVF.RT W-Dl-KSPAT.] On.year #1 60 | Six months 75 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: On. Year. Six Months. Three Months 6 copies....*ll (Ml *« 5" .2 76 10 copies.... an co 10 on 6 00 M copies S6 oo 17 •'«' 8 76 [h] copies.... 76 00 . 37 M 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22,1879. CINCINNATI CONVENTION. Tbo time is rapidly approaching when this incongruous body is to meet in Cincin nati. The first of May is the day fixed upon, and, if the programme is fully carried out, that day will witness one of the most extraordinary political gatherings ever as sembled on this continent. It will be most extraordi...

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