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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 27 April 1872

(Evening State journal SATURDAY EVENG, APRIL 27, 1872. well as one at twelve or fifteen cents, the prurient purchaser will often tbink it econ omy to choose the low-priced goods. As it is low-priced, she- may indulge in a yard or two more for ruffles or biM folds, flat- I lering horself that cheap ornamentation is an equivalent for fine quality. This mis take may be seen permeating the entire wardrobe of many quito sensible people.— The result is simply this—they never have anything of really (rood quality, are al ways shabby, anil always buying. — YVc say again, what has been reiterated in this column—none but rich people can .ill'ord to buy poor goods. A doy or two since, a clergyman remarked in our hearing, "My last suit of clothes cost me $(!(), and I wore it five years, and it looked well to the last ; this one cost me $65, and it will last me for five years to come." Suppose he had bought, instead, broadcloth of inferior quality, with linings and trim mings to match, and the 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. — 27 April 1872

SATURDAY KVEXU, APRIL 27, 137;?. ni" i«Tt M l" EY IXLC. Tho little ones have gone to bed - I hear no other sound, Except the ticking of the deck, So siill is all around The little clothes are folded up, And laid upon the chair; By Katie's own wee cunning hand -: All put away with care. The little wearer in tho crib, With glossy, golden curls, I« dearer to her mother's heart Than India's shining pearl*. And while I gaze with loving pride, (in each fair, golden tress, A throb of pity, grown to pain. Comes for the motherless. And warmly still my heart goes out To those who lonely weep, For that, In all their cradie beds, No little darlings sleep. Ah, many a mother thinks, at night, With aching heart and head, How in the cold and dark, alone, Her baby's gone to bed. Far from the loving mother-arms, Far from home's sheltering ne^' Under the daisies and tho stars, Her little one doth rest. Yet, grieving mothers, not so war in, Nor safe, their earthly bed, The Saviours bosom pillow* now, T...

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. — 29 April 1872

(Evening State journal PUBLISHED. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKI.Y, At N.. 919H Main Street, Richmond, Va. DAILY-08 per year; six months,**; three month*. ♦1.60; 1 month, 60 cent*. _^___- SEMI-WEEKLY —♦2.50 per year; »lx monins, 326; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—«I.6O per year [ six mouths, 76 cent* WeWWBBKLYand SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS pII HYIcIMI THEATRE. WEDNESDAY' k THURSDAY EY'ENINGS, DER FREISOIIUTZ, GESANGY'EREIN VIRGINIA. Sale of tickets and reserved seats will com fe TO-MORROW (Saturday) MORNING tually, at 9 o'clock, at West, Johnston k • lull particulars, see small bills. 36—tci THE COMMITTEE. / \PERA OF DER FREISCHUTZ. LIBRETTO OF THE OPERA ONLY FIFTEEN CENTS. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EDITION. teT For sale only by JOHN MARSH, ap 25—lw . 918 Main street. WANTS. TjTa SMALL FAltl- VV ILY, a middle-aged WOMAN, without family. Apply at No. 2 west Marshall street. apl7-tf •— - ' ' L OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, 3d Distbict, D. E., No. 1137 Gibabd...

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. — 29 April 1872

(Evening State journal roswtna i.au.y, sT*ftn-inaaa*t and wbsjuy, No MM M»i» St*«*t, BirH*""!). Vwirfii COWARD DAfUSt* ■•*■• ani W™'"' TERMS • DAILY. .inevour *6 <H'j Three ii.-ntt-.. ..fl M sti month. .t.t Wl' >"•■ tunXb * I li"l"Ui »VIiEI TOESBAT **1> raiDiT.) line year *2 M I Three months lb wixmooths 1 26 I One mouth -•' WKF.KI.Y. (tHaPKD RVKKT WF.DNS3DAT.) I Inn year *1 HI | Six month* 75 OLCB RATES FOR SEMT-WEF.KI.Y : One Tear. Sir Month*. Three Months. icopte.....*!! N ••» *2« 10 copkM.... 18 00 IU 00 6 OO 3D conies 35 Oil 17 5o 6 75 •in copies.... 78 00 S7 50 IS 75 Specimen copies of each edition tent free MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1572. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be ssnt to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly | reduced rates, upon receipt of the pries: Daily Edition - - #».00 \Veekl3 60 Address f>TATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FREE TIIAUE. There is no greater fallacy than tho favo rite one of the fr...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 29 April 1872

(Evening State journal MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1872. From Abnse to Praise. Tho inconsistencies of politicians some times show very glaringly when their past is contrasted with their present. Senator Trumbull is now pne of the chiefs of the Cincinnati movement, and has a fair pros pect of getting the nomination there, so we find Mr. Grocley lavishing upon him praise as a statesman and a patriot. Four years ago the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson was in progress, and Greeley was intensely in earnest in urging his convic tion. As we all remember, towards the closo of the proceedings the names of lie publican Senators who would vote for ac quittal began to be whispered about, and among them that of Mr. Trumbull was mentioned. Mr. Greeley gave warning to him, by writing in advance of tho conclu sion of the trial, that to cast a vote for ac quittal "would be an act of treason only equalled by that of Benedict Arnold.'' Again he said : "Impeachment or infamy. This is the alternative ...

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 April 1872

(Evening State jmmml MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 187:'. '•YE DID IT UNTO ME." KlUabtlh of Hungary, i lueen and saint in charity. Found, one day, a liltlechild, Loathsome, leprosy-defiled. To her sweet and snowy breast, Him, unclean and fool, she pressed , Sick nnd sore, from foot lohead, Laid liim on the royal bed. When the servants saw this thing. Straightway one approached tho King, "Set*:" he said, "a oabe abhorr'd Lies upon your couch, my lord :'' Then the King, in anger wild, Stripped tho clothes from off tho child ; Lo' no leprous babe was there. But an infant passing fair. Radiant in health he lay, Ilea utiful as break of day ; Bright with sweetness, grace unpriced, For the babe was Jesus Christ. MSB DISCUSSION. To the Editor of the Stale Journal : Pecnllnrities of the Crab. A thing called " crab" in Hampton, Va., and a correspondent of the Norfolk Journal writes under date of the 20th inst. to the above enterprising paper, a long article entitled a " Singular Animal of the (ie...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal Triiumn. DAILY, BEMI-WEEKLT AND WEEKI.Y, Al No. 91*H Main Street, Richmond. Va. DAILY—4X per year; »ix month*, $3; three month*. $1.50; 1 month, 60cent*. ]_: three month*, 78 cent*. WEEKLY-« 1.50 per year, six month*, 76 cents ___"" WKPKLY and HUM I- WEEKLY JOURNA L . , . . , »** M. m V VAW,£* I ) II IH1I)\I» THEATRE. WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY EVENINGS, MAY Ist axd 2n. Carl Maria yon Weber* celebrated Opera, DER FREISCHUTZ, BT GESANGVERKIN VIRGINIA, Sale of tickets and reserved seat* will com mence TO-MORROW (Saturday) MORNING punctually, at 1 o'clock, at West, Johnston * Co.'». For lull particulars, see small bill*. ap26—id THE COMMITTEE. /IPEKA OF DER FREISCHUTZ. LIBRETTO OF THE OPERA ONLY FIFTEEN CENTS. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EDITION. WF For sale only by JOHN MARSH, ap 26—lw 916 Main «treet. ; ___ WANTS. _ W' ANTED, AS COOK IN A SMALL FAM- ( TLY, a middle-aged WOMAN, without family. Apply at No. 2 west Marshall street. apl7—tf By Charles T. Wortharn k Co., Auctio...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal rtnumt II.MLV. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEERI.Y, At No 11 ?H M*t» SrhKvT. Ftmso-e. \ inarsr* _11\» mil IMNIELS. Ertltnr nnd IMnnoger. TfcftMn l> A 111. one year or j T hree muntiis... \1 fto t»|» month*'.'. *» WH (me month 60 «K.M|. WKKKI.V. [iSSTTF.P KTKttT TTJRfIDAT **!» FKUUV.] One year „ 60 I Three months va Six tnmitt* 1 48 I One month 2.1 WKKKIV. lIIHISO FVKBT WKDSKSIMT.) One yi-.if *l Bo I ■*■ month* lb <K.vn KATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : On* Titer. Sir ir.<n<hs Three. Matt* ft copies....au 00 *•' *>' * 9 3 i.i eopta*.... 20 oo low ft on •.'.I copies 3.i 00 17 60 S i.i M copies.... 73 00 37 B0 IS 7d SpeoJnMß copies of eaah edition sent free TUESDAX EVENING, APRIL 30, 1372. 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: I >ailv Kditioii - - &SLOO Seml-Weeklv - - 7S Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond...

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 April 1872

fermng State journal ■fl-ESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1872. FREE DISCUSSION. To the Wooillawst Farmer's Club. You will, no doubt, all agree that the .ulijcct under discussion—that of manurcji j ieß at the bottom, is emphatically the Jj rock upon which all Successful attempts ,t (arming have their foundation—that ujnure is, in fact, the motive power in .jriculture —that without it we can do gmparatively nothing. Even with the apparently almost mexhaustsble river Attorns and prairies of the West—time , e cin3 to demonstrate that the one essen tul principle — manure in some of its vari ott l forms has to be ultimately resorted to m order to maintain their pristine fertility. II therefore, becomes necessary for the (inner lo inquire how can this all-impor tant resnlt best be accomplished, to-wit: the growing of remunerative crops of various kinds, and at the same time not to ,nin»ir tho productive capacity of the soil, but rather to steadily increase its fertility. This, then, is a great de...

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 April 1872

(Evening State journal TUESDAY. HV'l-NLNU, _Pl__!iO, 187* WAITING I OR Till: MAY. l-.rr ft—uo < i. Iron i out his hivo there camo a bee: 11 lias spring tune c mo, or not r said he. Alone within a garden bed A. i-mall, pale snow-drop raised its head. ; . Harch, tin- tells me," said the bee: ■ 1 he hive Is mill the place for me; The day is chill, although Ms so And icy cold this enow-Uiop's hooey." Alain came humming forth the 1 ■ - " what month is wiih us now?' saldßf. (lay crocus-blossonii, blue and White, And yellow, opened to the light. " It mr;t be April," said the bee, " And April's scarce the month forme; 111 taste these flowers (ihe day Is sunny). lint wait before I gather honey." Once more came out the waitlu* boo : " 'TH come ; 1 nmoll the spiing I said he. Tho violets were all ia bloom ; The lilacs msscd a purple plume ; Tbe ds.fi dill wore a yell w crown ; The cherry tree n snow-white gown ; And by the broo-t-slde, wet with dew, The early wild wake-robins grew. " It Is ...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal At Ne. 91.M Mala Street, Rich-lead, Va, TERMS: DAILY—*« per year; six months, ftS; three months, .1.50; 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—#2.SO per year; six months, )2o; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—*I .SO per year; six months, 7. cents tcTWEBKLTand SEMI WEEKLY JOURNAL <yuo* al extremely low rales. A-TOSEMENTS. TJICHMOND THEATRE. WEDNESDAY' k THURSDAY EY'ENINGS, MAY lit and 2d. Carl Maria yon Weber's celebrated Opera, DER rREISOHUTZ, BT OESANGVEREIN Y'IRGINIA. Sale of tickets and reserved seats will com mence TO-MORKOW (Saturday) MORNING punctually, at !> o'clock, at West, Johnston k Co.'s. For full particulars, see small bills. ap 26—td THE COMMITTEE. /\PERA OF DER FREISCHUTZ. LIBRETTO OF THE OPERA ONLY FIFTEEN CENTS. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EDITION. For sale only hy JOHN MARSH, 818 Main Etreet. WANTS. WANTED, AS COOK IN A MUM, FAM ILY, a middle-aged WOMAN, without family. Apply at No. 2 west Marshall street. apl7—tf By Charles T. Wortham k Co., Auctionee...

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 May 1872

Evening State journal prsi mime ■ Alt.V, r ;i_vn-WErKT.Y AND W.EX-.Y, At No. -l-> 4 -I»t» r-rssRT, kitinxi.sn Vl_et_t_ «OW Alto DAHI-t-A Fdltor nnit >lnna«er. .-31—) I) A I I. V . uuevear »6 no j Three months.....ftl 60 Vli*n'nthV..::...M not Onemonlh 60 ■■Ml WBtBTi [16-TIED -VEST TtT-B-AT ASTI r-lli-T.] One v«ar *2 60 1 Three months 79 Slxrnontle 1 26| One month 2" WEEKLY. fl»-I'-D KVKKT WftnUKSDST.) o_iy«H l i»l 80 I Ml months 76 OLUB HATK3 FOR SF.WIWEEKI.Y : one Tear. Sir Months Three Months. o c-,.i„....*n _• •»_ •!_ 1,1 CO lies.... 2.10(1 MOO 5 0,1 20 copien U lw 17 60 S 7» r,O copies.... 7»eo :t7 60 IS 76 — Specimen copies of each edition sent free WEDNEDAY EVEN'G, MAY 1, 1572. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL j Will b. sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the'following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Dafly Edition - - Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - '- - - -~>o Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. We acknowledge ...

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 May 1872

(Evming State journal WEPNEDAY EVEN'O, MAY 1, 1872. Get Knowledge of the anuses. A writer in Moore 1 * Rural speaks of having just sown in his greenhouse tho seed of'2o species of grasses, all different from the 60 which he cultivated last ye»r. While they are growing he studies culture and habits, and when they have arrived at the proper stage (which is usually when in bloom, or a few days later), they are either cut or pulled up, and the requisite number of specimens carefully pressed and dried, then labeled and put away in his herbarium. Thus he acquires in a cheap and simple way an exact knowledge of grasses and other plants. Ho finds great gratification in these and similar botanical investigations, and ho expresses the belief that farmers' sons and daughters, and farmers also who arc not yet too old to learn new tricks, might turn their attention to these things with profit and with that ever-increasing pleas ure which the acquirement of knowledge, and particularly of knowledg...

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 May 1872

(Evening State jrotual WEDNEDAY EVEN'U, MAY 1, IS7;>. PIT DOWN Tlir. BRAKES No mat ter how well the track Is in id, No matter how Mrong the engine U made, When you find il running Oft the dewuwnrd grade, Tin down the Draft— . If the .lemon of drink has entered the I onl, And his power Is gettli g l»yond your cmtrol, And dragging you on to a terrible goal, Put down tho brakes I Remember the adage, "Don't trille with fire," Temptation >ou know Is always n liar ; If you want to crush out the burning desire, Put down tho brakes ! Are you running In debt by liv.ng too fast ? Do you look back with shame on ft profitless past. Ana feel that your ruin is coining at last f Put down the brake.- Whether for knov> ledge, tot honor or gain, You are fust wearing out your body and brain, ' Till nature no longer can bear Ihe strain. Put down the brakes ! The human Is weak, since Adam's fall, Beware how you yield to appetite's call, "Be temperate In nil llungs," was practiced by Paul; Put d...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal Al Re. 913 M Mala Siren, lllrhasead, Va. DAILY—*B per year I six months, ft*; three uonths, t1.60; 1 month, 60cenU. SEMI-WEEKLY-—.60 per year; six mouths, )2«j three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY-» 1 .60 per year; six months, 76 cents ■ t-tus nt «.*i rem*■ I y lout rat**. AMUSEMEHTS. A KEMOLV HALL. MONDAY and TUESDAY, May eth and 7_, GRAND AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORM ANCE BY THE RICHMOND AMATEUR DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION. THE DOWAGER, AND WOODCOCK'S LITTLE GAME. General admission, 75 cents | reserved seats, $1. Tickets to be secnred at West, Johnston * Co.'s, commencing SATURDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock. my 2—td ST. ALBANS HALL. MISS JEANIE PATTERSON, (Assisted by Prop. Wm. W. Valbktini,) will give a READING at St. Alban's HaU on FRIDAY EVENING, May 3d. Doors open at T:3O P. M.; Reading commences at 8:15. Tickets of admission, 60 oents—to be had at the principal bookstores, drug-stores, and at the doer. Children half price. my 2—2t* IlltiniOMl THEATRE. WEDNESDAY k THURSDAY EVE...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal o \:,v SK»SI-W-__KLV ANJ> WT-KKI-Y, No rttJl KL*t> ,><it».iiT, Kiesvon, Yts,<*.wtA. fOWARD IJVMKIS, Ediwr an.l MnonifP. TKKIUS KAIL*. One year . . ..W no! Three mont'v... fl ao v-.pi months W (til One month IMI HOU-WKEKIcY, tISfIUKO KVirpT ITKBDAT lull FRIDAY | ii, ■ v "r *2 en I Three month* 78 Hitnur.iti 1 B<o | Due month M wkkkitv. (IPPt-mi KVHRV WSDNXHII4T.) line yen. tl (HI | Six months 76 Ol.ril RATES TOR SEMI-WKEKT— * ; One Tear. Sir Months. Three Months. a coiiies....i*ll IK) *•■> 60 WW Hi copies.... 20 on 10 oo 6 oo 211 copies sa (Xl 17 60 S 7A co copies.... 76 00 37 6(1 18 76 'Specimen copies of each edition sent free THURSDAY EVEN'G, MAY 2, 1872. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOWL Will bs sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Ektiticm - - &9.00 Semi-Weekly - - 76 Weekly - - - - SO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FT i...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal I THURSDAY EVEN'G, MAY 2, 1372. Fruit Preserving Process Tho old fashioned practice of "prcserv- I ing" summer fruits by cooking them with a large quantity of sugar some years ago save way before the modern invention of "canning." by which much sugar was saved and the flavor of the article better secured. Now canning appears to be doomed before tha marches of practical science, and other plans are to tako its place. The most simplo of these is pre servation by evaporation of the water con tained in the fruit. The method is known as the Aldcn process. The apparatus used consists of a steam engino and an evaporator, tho latter bcin<» a wooden box five feet square anil fifteen feet high. A large coil of pipe at the bottom is kept heated by the steam to about 180 degrees, and a current of air is sent upward through it. The fruit, pre pared by slicing, is put in at the top on wire frames or hurdles, and by the action of endless chains gradually descends to the b...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal THURSDAY KVEN'G, HAY 2, 1873. Boiler Explosions.—Prof. R. B< Thurston has published in pamphlet form a report of the trials made last fall at Sandy Hook. He draws the following con clusions : 1. Low water, although un doubtedly one cause, is not tho only cause of violent explosions, as is so commonly supposed, but a most violent explosion may occur with the boiler well supplied with water. 2. What is generally considered a moderate steam pressure may produce a very violent explosion of a weak boiler, containing; a large body of water, and having its Hues well covered. 3. A steam boiler may explode under steam at a pressure less thnn that which it has successfully withstood at the hydrostatio test. In a subsequent letter to the Engin eering and Mining Journal, which demurred to tho first part of conclusion 1, the profes sor explains that ho referred to a very pre valent belief among those managing steam boilers that an explosion may always be attributed to l...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal At He. 91IIM Main Street, It irl.mon.l, Vs. DAILY-** per year; six months,-; three months, tl.no; 1 month. Ml cents. A MBMBLY MALL. MONDAY and TUESDAY, May 6lh and 7th, GRAND AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORM ANCE BY THE RICHMOND AMATEUR DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION. THE DOWAGER, AKD WOODCOCK'S LITTLE GAME. General admission, 70 cents; reserved seats, •1. Tickets to be secured at West, Johnston k Co.'s, commencing SATURDAY MORNING at qt. alban's hall. miss jeanhTpatterson, (Assisted by Psof. Wm. W. YtIMIUI,) will live a READING at St. Alban's Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, May 3d. Doors open at T:SO P. M.; Reading commences at 8:16. PROPOSALS. OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, 3d District, D. E., No. 1137 Uihaki. St., PmtA»Ei.rniA, Pa., April 26,1872. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, with a copy of this advertisement attached, will be received at this ofllce until 12 M. on TUESDAY' May 28th, 1872. for delivery to the Quartermas ter's Department of this Dirtrict, at the places named below, ...

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 May 1872

(Evening State journal iAM.Y. S__W-W___Mt AND WEEKLY, AT No. HIS* WWIW t-TKKVT, J3.iosvo.il>, Vimi*'*- KDWAHU HUHHA Kditor Biid Mnongtr. T———l IIAIH. one year M Of' j Three months. *1 60 six months »i oo I One month W SE.VH-WEKKL.Y. [iHSHBD STRKT TUBSnAT SUP FBlli*T.] One year *2 Ml I Three months 76 Sixrocittrs 1 M I One month 2.. WEEKLY. t_W— I IVKRT WBDBSSDIT.] Due year *1 6111 Six months 78 a_DS RA.TF.S FOR BBttWO-LT I ime rear. Six Months. Three Month* i copies....sll 00 *t N *2 » 1,. copies.... 20 00 10 00 6 00 ■ii ,'onii.« SS 00 !7 60 S 75 ;," copies.... 7.100 S7 60 18 76 — Specimen copies of each eilltton sent free FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 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 tho price: Daily Edition - - $8.00 Semi-Weekly - - Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. Ill'T we wish for a little more light. We aro not to bo ...

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