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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 22 April 1872

(Evening State gcutroal MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1872. FBEE niscussio... The Bachelor on "Dolly Vnrilcn. Jb the Btlitor of the State Journal : A great many of the fair sex, I find, who profess to be enraptured with tho new style of dress of this name, are asking "who was Dolly Varden,anyway?" And I take it upon myself to enlighten them, and at the same time to venture a criti cism. Dickens told us about her, and she was no doubt a veritable locksmith's daughter, fond of dress, a real coquette, but by no means heartless ; just as Dickens tells us. A few extracts from "Barnaby Kudgo" will give us an insight into this now popu lar character, and at the same time help to comparo her taste and stylo with that of the French modiste. We are introduced to her dressed for a party, " with all her charms increased a hundred fold by a most becoming dress, by a thousand little coquettish ways, which nobody could assume with a better grace." Again we see her " in a smart little cher ry-colored m...

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. — 22 April 1872

(Evening State gemtnal MONDAY KVKNIXU, APRIL 22, W2. IN THE ilN>F.l„ Ruling up from Bangor, On tho Pullman train, From a six weeks' shooting In the woods of Maine, Umte extensvo whickers, Beard, mustache as well, Sat a "student fellow," Tall, nnd fine, and swell Kmpiy seat behind him, No one at hi? side; To a pleasant, station Now the train doth glid«*. Enter aged couple, Take the hinder seat; Knter gentle maiden, Beautiful, petite. Bluthingly she falters: ' Is this seat engaged ?" (See the aged couple Properly enraged.) Student, quite ecstatic, Sees her Uokets "through;" Thinks of the long tunnel- Knows what bo will do. So they sit aud chatter, While the cinders fly, Till that "student feller' Gets one in his eye; And the gentle maiden Quickly turns about— ' May I, if you please, eir, Try to get Rout V Happy "student feller" Feels a dainty touch ; Hears a gentle whisper,— ' Does it hurt you much ?"' Fizz! ding, dong! a moment Iv the tunnel quite, And a glorious darkness Black as...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 April 1872

Evening State §<ro*nal. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. 913» Main Street, Richm.nd, Va. DAILY— tt per year: six months, $3; three montlia, tl.W;l month 60 centa. SEMI-WEEKLY —*2.60 per year; six months, )Mj three months, 75 cents. r.r.Kisi cri'i ofcjf/- * va i«u»» o( extremely low ratu. (Evening State gernvnal. THE IIMIW.II roorback. Tho Republicans of this city were not it little surprised at the announcement made by the Enquirer this morning that Judge Morton and Dr. Mills would be "probable candidates" (o the Cincinnati Convention ; and the announcement surprised no one any more than Judge Morton himself. The following correspondence will show that the information, if any, that our Dem ocratic contemporary possessed, in refer ence to the "Cincinnati movement" in this city, was entirely gratuitous, to use no stronger term in qualification ef it: Richmond, Va., April 23, 1872. Hon. Alfred Morton : Sik —Your friends and political associ ates saw, with surprise, in the Richm...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 April 1872

(Evening State gouvnal nmmro !AU_.Y. SEHI-WEEKLY ANI> WEEKLY, He 1!2V4 Mun St»«»t, ill Ii ~i. VllotxtA. KUYVARU IIASIELS, Editor and Nnnnner. terms DAILY. oue year So <»' J Three months $1 r.O Six months *S l*i| One month (0 SE-tll-WEEKLY. [ISSDKD KTIBT TtIEBDAT i«« FUInAT.J One yesr t2 60 1 Three months 78 six months 1 26 | One month 25 WEEKLY. itunrie.l KVMIT VODICRHDiT.) i'lie year $1 60 | Six months 76 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEIJCLY : One Tear. Sir Months. Three Month*. 0 oonlM....tt] (iv *5 60 *2 75 lit copies.... 20 tHt 10 00 6 (Xl 2(1 copies 315 00 17 60 (1 75 H collies.... 73 00 37 60 18 76 (fly Specimen copies of each edition sent free TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1872. THE FUTURE OF RICHMOND. We have frequently had occasion to re mark upon the magnificent possibilities of Richmond as a great manufacturing and com mercial city. She has a most wonderful combination of natural advantages. Her loca tion is central not only to the State, but to tlie whole tide-water region. Sh...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 April 1872

(Evening State gtonvnai TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1872. AGRICULTURAL. American Institute aud Fnrmers* Club. A city correspondent asked the broad uuestion, what breed or cross of chickens ■is most profitable, all things considered? Mr. Bruen —I repeat what I have been w ying, off and on, for the last fifty years, that it is more in care than in crosses. I have kept fowls almost from myeyouth up, losing few by disease, and having always plenty of spring chickens, and omelet tim ber in abundance. My hens bring mo each, 0 n an average, 147 eggs a year. From 67, in one year, i got «07 dozen and eight «rgs. I have never bothered my brains gbout breeds. I tight shy of the fowl dealers in eggs at 86 a dozen. Feed well, keep clean quarters, give plenty of range, „ive water three times a day, supply pounded oyster shells, in winter a dust jieap, fumigate with sulphur, if by any chance lice appear, and my word for it you ff ill havo eggs enough ami to spare. I have a neighbor who keeps nothin...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 23 April 1872

(Evening State goumal Tl K.-UAY KVKNTMi, APRIL 23, 1572. 11l IIA". LIFE. A little child, with her bright blue eye.", And hair like golden spray, Sat ou the rock by the sleep cliff s foot As the ocean ebbed away And she longed lor the milk-white shining foam, V it danced to the shingles' hum, Aud stretched out her hand, and lettered fast, To briiiß the while feathers home. And still as she strayed, the tide ebbed litsi, And the gleaming loam laughed on, And the white fluff shrunk from the tiny feet, And the little fat hands caught none. She sat wparily down by the steep cliff's foot, Till the waves seemed to change their mind, And the white foam llowed to her its she sat. As though 'twould at last be kind. And the fluff played over her soft white fset. And Ihe feathers flew up to her chin, And the 'oft loving water kissed hei lips. And I carried my dead child in. — London Spectator ••Why Don't they Many :" To the Editor of ihe Goldm Age : On rending the above title in the Golden i Ag...

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. — 24 April 1872

(Evening State gmwaai Al N. il-X Main Street. Rlehm.nd, Va. DAILY-** per year; six months, »S; three months, »1.50; 1 mouth, 60 cent*. WEEKLY—♦! 60 per year ' six months 76 cent* (Evening State §jjjgjj& PARTY DISCIPLINE. A correspondent asks us to define the proper limits of individual criticism upon party action.' We have not time now to develop our thought fully, upon this point. But we will state, that wo consider it not only the right, but the duty of every mem ber of a political party to use all his in fluence to prevent the nomination of men, i who, in his opinion aro improper represen tatives, cither from want of capacity, or good character. In so doing ho best serves the true interests of the party, and proves | his fidelity to it. Every Republican has a right to criticise j the action of his party, or of its official representatives in a proper spirit. It is his business to look out for the mistakes in policy, which would weaken the organiza tion. It is his duty to expo...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gcmtnal rrßLienrt [vAILY, Sjait-WBB-LT ANL WEEKLY, No. il.* Maiii Bt*rrt, RicaaovD. Vißomi-. EIIWARII IJAKUELS, Edlter and Manager. TKHJa IIIILL line year *" '"' I Three MM* . . .»1 H i Six mouths *s 00 I One month - M m_.v.i-weeiu.y. [_*;-..'KI. KTBRT TCESIfAT 1111' FKIDATJ One year *2 ni> I Three months 79 Sixmonths 1 »6 I One month S6 WEEKLY. [l»*rxn KVBRT WKDSRHHT.] One year $1 60 I Sixmonths 75 OCPB RATES FOR SF.MT-WEEKLY : One Tear. Sir Months. Three Months 6 copies....»H <"■ •»« »2 7S 10 copies.... 20 00 10 M 6 00 IB copies oi 00 17 1W I 75 Xl copies.... 75 00 S7 60 18 75 Sjiecimen copies of each edition sent free WEDNESDAY EVE'G, APRIL 21, 1572. THE TARIFF HILL. From the prolonged wrangle ia tho Ways and Means Committee, and the tri angular fight between the free-traders; the | protectionists and revenue reformers, there have been serious fears that no practical relief would be afforded by Congress in ths heavy burdens now laid on the people, by taxing a...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gflnvnal. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, APRIL 24,1872. I- REE DISCUSSIOV Fresh Air in I liurrh. DEAR Deacon—Do you think good I'hristians have no lungs ? Do you re gard the Gospel and pure air antagonistic ? jfo 1 Then why won't you let down the , windows these lovely spring afternoons, ,pd let the pure air of God be the inspira tion of our prayers and tho glad songs of birds mingle with our notes of praise ? An adult inspires 25 cubic feet of air in an hour, about the length of time he is in church. Tf this air is not pure he breathes faster, to got the required amount of oxygen. If this is not supplied, he gets giddy and drowsy, breathing vitiated air, full of nox ious effluvia ; his brain refuses to receive impressions, and he goes to sleep if he is not kept awake with a headache by a strong effort of the will. I wish, my dear deacon, you would measure your church, and then sit down with paper and pencil and figure out how long a full congregation could lire there with the door...

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 April 1872

(Evening State gonvnaU "WKIINKSDAY KVK'i;. APRIL 21. 1572." M A T t ft i i BY JOHN DAT. Tlif trembling pulsen of the dawn Kill with faint gold the violet skip", Aiul on the moist day-smitten lawn i he pence of morning lies. A blessed truce of wo* and slu, A glad surcease of care's a&nor, The waking: world hat pleasure En It- matin light and joy. And all the joy that fill* the air, And nil tho fight that gilds ih« blue, I eeeit in your ryes and hair, I know it, love, in you o>r lip* and eyes and golden floes, There floats a (harm I cannot reach— \ wealth of Jove, a threat of lo**, Reyond my subtlest speech, ihe amethyst flush will fade above Into the dust dim glare of noon . The love of youth, the yo ith of love, Will fade and as soon. Klm olose, bp!oved ! for never 3 et Could lovo its blooramichang'ii.g keej.; There are no hearts but they forget, There are no eyes but sleep. The Shenandoah Valley Rail road. —A correspondent of tho Virginia Free Press gives tlie following acco...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKX.Y At X.. MBM Mala Stmt, Rlchm*ad, V». DAILY—*« per year; six months, $8; three months, ti.AO; l month, 60 cents. mtf - Tl . t . ~r , ~ ' " »i-»'«*»/■» y r/lrrnvir • ,Ah*4f a' maimm'ty lout > ■■.'«*• (Evening State journal MIXED SCHOOLS. The l>isj>atch of this morning bewails the attempts of the Republican Party to make capital, by endeavoring to secure social equality between white and black, and especially by that odious measure of mixed schools. To all which, we answor, that the Republican party, neither in this State nor in the nation, is doing so. Neither white nor colored Republicans, iv any number, desire mixed schools here. If the attempt is made, we shall bo found, as a true friend of the colored race, not less than the white, fighting to the last against it as destructive to the best inter ests of both races. We know that to adopt mixed schools would be to destroy our school system altogether. We are in favor of gi...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal FTTBMSHBt- PAII.Y, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. 91134 Maii Mat, Rhikord, ViMI'U EOWAHn DANIELS. Editor nn,l Monairr. TERMS MAIL,!. One year *S 00 j Three montiu *1 60 Six months is 001 One month 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. [ISAPBD IVBRV T-S-i.II AM. FRIE«T.) One ye;ir «2 60 I Three months 76 Slxmouths 1 26 I One month 36 WEEKLY. [iBBrED EVERY WKDtfBglMT.] tine year $1 60 | Six months 71! OT.TTB RATES FOR SEMI-WEETU.Y : One Tear. Sir Months Three Months. 0 copies....til 00 *S BO *2 7.') in copies.... 20 00 10 no is on '.II copies S5 00 17 60 8 76 tO copies 74 00 37 60 18 76 MS" Specimen copies of each edition ■en t free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - $8.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. THURSDAY EVEN'S, APRIL 25, 1872. I ■ i CAPTAIN K. B. WARD The latest Liberal...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal I THURSDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 25, 1872. AGRICULTURAL NOTES —There is a scarcity of water in several Kastcrn States. —Thirty young men and women are studying horticulture and working in tho nursery at the Kansas Agricultural Col lego. —According to a scientific journal, wood soaked in a strong solution of common salt, is thereby protected against decay, especially when placed under ground. —Secretary J. 11. Klippart, Columbus, (Ihio, will give information to all who may desire to know more concerning the grand trial of farm implements to be held at Springfield, June 18. —The Agricultural Society of Wisconsin has published ten yearly volumes of trans actions, and brought up the receipts of the annual fairs from $-190 to $27,000, and all this, too, without a dollar from the State treasury. —A peach-grower speaks well, in the Boston Cultivator, of tho black ant, whoso only object ho says in traveling up and down the tree is to destroy tho lico which frequently congrega...

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 April 1872

Evening State journal Tin-lisp YY EVEN'G, APRIL2S, IS7S. fFrom the rinldcn Age. Wit 081 Nil BKl.t.s. .-•vroet pulsins through the nir of spring I hear the Wedding chimes n-rlng. I -cc them po.s*—the smiling bride, The laughlug lover at her ud i flic world, new-dressed In rosy hoes, Stands still :.i hear thu fond adieu- : i I, glad In youth's gay overflow, Alone on happy wnyi they go. 1 wo doves lei loose from narrow cut i wo butterfllej that skim and lloat, And ldlt »tp life's royal wine, ;r.J know not love Ilka thine and mine ' Dear ..wan, ouv WeddlOf? belli are dumb. t ml wedding mori.ing does not come, t lie patient yean between us stand. \W speak no word, vtc Clasp no hand. Each doing what ho finds to do, Wiiu cheerful &eit and parpo*« true; sweeter our iovg'b deep-hldden pain ih m all the joy* tbat otheri gain I Clepuhlicnn Asseiiunticv Republican ascendancy is a tiling or- I ilained by the exigencies of the country, and will be maintained by the intelligent and patriotic v...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal rrSLISHBD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ne. 91954 Main Street, Richmend, Va. DAILY-** per year; six months, 43; three months, ♦1./'O ; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI- WEEKLY—42-6o per year; six months, i2.i; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY-41.60 per year. six mou ihs, 76 cents MS-WEEKLY and SBMIWBMMLT JOVMNAL • ■lain at ejetremely low rates. (Evening State journal THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The Staunton Virginian, one of the ablest of our Democratic State exchanges, thus refers to the Democratic party of the pres ent day: "We honestly confess that we do not like its position—we do not admire its poli cy. It argues the absence of any deep seated conviction as to a principle of gov ernment, Jaud a willingness to adopt any scheme of cranco that may float into divi ded power—a total negation of its his torical record—an assumption of the character of an adventurer, willing to do anything for gain, and coalesce with the odds and ends of all the new fangled, idiosyncratic o...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal! rcßi.isasD |>*UL¥, SEMI-WEEKLY ANl> WEEKLY, No. »I** M»i» SvaaaT, Ricasotto, TioelsiA- KDWARU IIXMF.I.S. Editor and !>lana««r. TERMS UAUI. one year OS 00 | Three month*. ..»1 M SUmonths »3 001 Onemonth Ml SEMI-WEEKT.V. [iKsciD svaav tcssday aud raiDsv.] On* year »2 M I Three months "» sii montna,,..,. ■ m \ ne mon a WEEKLY. [iSSGSD IVCKY VIHMII'.) • In* year *1 IXII Six months 7o OTATB RATES FOX SEMI-WHEKI-Y : (Ms Tear. Six Months Three Months. « copies.... »11 on l»5 W» 10 copies.... 20 0.1 1000 8 00 31 copies M 00 17 to 6.) copies.... 75 00 87 60 18 78 Specimen copies of each edition sent free FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26,1872. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL WiU be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Dally Edition - - $2.00 Semi-Weekly - - To Weekly - - - - 80 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. porations cannot succeed in one way they try other...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1872. Aa Englishman In Vlriinia. We find the following racy correspond ence in the Richmond Enquirer. Wo es pecially commend it to our outsido readers who think of coming to Virginia to buy land, as all sonsible men who want to change places ought to do : ONE OF THE ENGLISH COLONIES—LAND SHARKS AND LAND AOENTS—ENG LISHMEN COMING. I Correspondence of the Commercial Advertiser.] Virginia, April 19,1872. Tom Boffins is a happy man. For tunately he bad a grandmother before him. Trie "blessing" she left is snugly invested in a farm, and Tom considers himself a member of tho landed aristocracy. Ho has sent to England for the arms of the Buf tinses, and I heard him tell a General Somebody that he was a descendant of Hu go De Boffayne who "came in with Wil liam the Conqueror." When I had saved Tom from the land sharks I asked him how he took his, and he said with sugar. So we sugared, and T. B. revived considerably. lie didn't exactly want 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. — 26 April 1872

(Evening State journal FRIDAY EVKNINO, APR1L96,1872. —Only two of the thirty-three signers of tho Liberal Bepubliean call in Indiana have much influence, nnd one of these was Andrew Johnson-, Minister to \ enezucla. —John 0. Thompson, the Ohio member of tbe Democratic National Committee, insists upon a straight-out party ticket, no matter what the ('incinnati Convention may do. r Ki-l'ongressman George AN. Julian, of Indiana, who was not permitted to con tinue the distribution of patronage in his district. h*H jumped into t&o Cincinnati boat. —The Chicago Tribune's efforts iD be half of Cincinnati arc at last supplemented by one other Republican paper in Illinois— the Watseka Times. Perhaps 3omebody may have heard of that paper before. -Miss Kllen F. Starbuck, of Massachu setts, who has been confidential clerk to Governors Andrew, Bullock and Claflin, nnd for a year chief clerk of the Executive Department of that State, has resigned on account of ill-health. —Republican conventi...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal pr/BLiBiTKn. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, M N*. 913H Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, »3; three months, »1.M1; 1 month, 50 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.SO per year; six month*, ]25: three months, 75cents. WEEKLY—4I.6O rier year; six months, 76 cents »&-WEEKLY and SEMI-WEBELY JOURNAL ,'lu.hs a.t extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. litrnviuMi tiikatim:. WEDNESDAY k THURSDAY EVENINOS. MAY Ist and 2n. <!irl Maria on Weber's celebrated Opera, DER FREISCHUTZ, BY UESANGVERKIN VIRGINIA Hale of tickets and reserved seats will earn inence TO-MORROW (Saturday) MORNING punctually, at 9 o'clock, at West, Johnston k For lull partlcnlor*, ccc *mall bills. THE OOMMITTF.F.. / \PERA OK »I(R FKKIBf HL'TZ. LIBRETTO OF THE OPERA ONLY "FIFTEEN CENTS. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EDITION. For sale only by JOHN MARSH, 918 Main *treet. -tXTATTEIi, AS COOK IX A SMALL FAM TT ILY. a middle-aged WOMAN, without family. Apply at No. 2 we** Marshall street. By <i. ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 April 1872

(Evening State journal ■AILY, SUMI-WEHKLY AND WEEKLY, AT \.r uVJ's Mais St.iit, Ricmaoim, Viantl"* EOWARD DANIELS. K.litor nn.l Mannaer. TERMS DAILY. Oiieyeiu »6 X j Three moutbr. ..*1 to Six months SS 00 1 One month 60 -lltlkU. [ISKIISD IVKXT TOUBBAT A*B TBIUAT.] t ne year *2 Ml Three months 73 S'imonths 1 *S I One month 2ft VVKKKLY. [iSSUSD KVKKT WBDRBSDAT.] Due year *1 fSO | Six month"! 75 OM7B RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : On* Year. Sir Months Three Months. ft c0p!e»....*1l DO ** W * 2 2 10 copies.... 20 on 111 IW 6 M ■in copies 88 (JO 17 »*' I 70 SO copies.... 76 OO .17 Ml H75 Specimen copies of each edition sent free SATURDAY EVENG, APRTL 2T, 1872. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Dally Edition - - $&00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - SO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. •vENATOR JOHNSTON AND THE TARIFF. We have received a pri...

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