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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 preservation by evaporation of the water contained 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, prepared by slicing, is put in at the top on wire frames or hurdles, and by the action of endless chains gradually descends to ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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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 conclusions : 1. Low water, although undoubtedly 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 Engineering and Mining Journal, which demurred to tho first part of conclusion 1, the professor explains that ho referred to a very prevalent belief among those managing steam boilers that an explosion may always be attributed t...

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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 PERFORMANCE 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 Quartermaster's Department of this Dirtrict, at the places named below, th...

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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 SUBSCRIBERS 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 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 3 May 1872

(Evening State journal FKIHAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1872. Southern Rrfngea in South America. A correspondent of tho New York World writes from Lima that, with very few exceptions, the rebels who left the South for South America at the end of the war, are heartily sick of their change of abode, but are generally too poor and miserable to get to their old homes again. Ho says: "Many of the colonists, it is true, still manage to keep up a respectable appearance ; but after all, it is a sort of 'out-at-the-clbows, down-at-thc-heel' respectability, while, sadder still, the vast majority are to be met with whoso appearance most surely indicates that they aro making the pitiful effort to drown their miseries in potent libations of the most poisonous, villainous, and tho vilest decoctions that human ingenuity—or rather deviltry—ever devised. In an out-of-the-way quarter in Valparaiso, in one of the lowest precincts of the city, known to the maritime community as the 'maintop,' whose brothels and ...

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

(Evening State journal FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1872. VI HO I.MA NEWS. —The Farmers' Bauk ol Nniisemond, located at Suffolk, was burglariously entered on Tuesday night, the vault forced open, and a $20 gold piece, £8 in fractional • urrcney, and 81.1 in revenue and postage Httmpa stolen. —The Amherst EJnttrprist says that '.Mr. Whitehead has just completed the !-ale to the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas Railroad company of about 10,000 :t:'res of land, lying in Amherst and Nelson counties. This is probably the largest -nlo of real estate made in Virginia since the war. —They are getting lively on the subject of railroads in Halifax. Tllie Jit card gives notice of railroad meetings at Catawba, iho lirst Saturday ; Republican Grove, the second Saturday) Hliiteville, the third .Saturday; Mount Laurel, the fourth Saturday iii May; and at Clover depfit, the lirst Saturday in June. —A recent visitor to the colored schools in Virginia says: "Let me say, once for all, that the whole bearing ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 May 1872

Evening State gmtvnai I PDBMSHgn. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At No. !HBM Main Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, $3; three months, *1.50; 1 month, fie cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.SO per year; six months, 125 j three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—II.SO per year; six months, 7S cents V3~WEnKLYnn<I SBHI-WFKKLT JOURNAL QJuba it', e.ttrf.mfhi hno rnttl. <&vt\\ms $tito gomml VtnOtMU NEWS. —Tho Charlottesville Chronicle says:— "The Rev. Mr. Pethcrbridgc, of Richmond, has been called to fill the pulpit of the M. E. church of this place, and preached his first sermon on last Sunday. Mr. Petherbridge has been engaged in other pursuits for some years past, but we believe ho has regularly performed ministerial duty during that time. His discourse was interesting and full of instruction, and appreciated by his audience, which was small, doubtless owiug to the fact that no previous notice had been given. Tho pulpit of this church has been vacant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 4 May 1872

(Evening State gauvnal rrßi.irtHßr .AILV. SEMI-WEEKLY ANl> WEEKLY, *? No. illH M»n St*»«t, Rtcaeojco. Yiaotai*. KOWAKD MatVHSA Editor and Manager. TERMS DAILY. onevear »« OP j Three mouths.... *1 60 *ix months *3 nol One month 60 *EMI-WKEKLY. 1 IJ-U tli IVKKT TI'BSDiT illD HIM'J One year »S 60 1 Three months 78 ■Mimootr* lSelOnamonth » WEEKLY. (ISSIIBB «V«IIT W»D»«BOiT.) One year »1 6<i| Sixmonths 76 OLTTB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Sii Month* Three Months. 6 conies..,.*ll 00 »6 6(1 *2 76 10 copies.... 20 00 10 00 6 Ml 20 copies 86 00 17 60 8 76 GO copies.... 75 00 37 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free SATURDAY EVE'NG, MAY 4, mtF CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon reoeipt of the price: Daily Edition - - $9.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly ----- 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. HOW IT TAKES HEREABOUT. We were prep...

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

(Evening State gonvnal SATURDAY KVK'NG, MAY 4, 1872. Ancient Tror. Marshal yon Moltke, during his military mission in Turkey, found time to pay a visit to the supposed sito of '1 roy, and he describes this visit in his recently published book : "I directed my footsteps (he says) towards a spot to which are attached the oldest of historical souvenirs, but where time has probably blotted out all traces of man's handiwork, toward llion. Strange to say, one still has pointed out to one with great appearances of probability the theatre of events which were related centuries ago by a blind poet, and which ocE*d centuries again before his day.— ure has remained tho same. Hero are two streams where tho women of Troy washed their 'shining robes,' there tho Simois descends from Mount Ida and confounds its turbulent waters with the calm llood of the Scaroander. The waves still roar around Cape Sigeum and the island of Imbros. The white peak of Mount Ida, from whence Jupiter contemplated the do...

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

(Eveninfl State gommi SATURDAY KVI-'NU, MAY 4, IS7_. Duration of Vitality in Chain. —"A Young Farmer" inquires if seed of the different kinds of grain a year or more old, will grow as well as fresh .seod. Our answer would be, always WW seed as fresh as it ran bo had, for although some seed will germinate after it has been kept years, yet these arc exceptions. We do not know • of any distinct experiment! on old and new grain, except it he a single trial which we made in pots. Fresh seed wheat was sown in pots in autumn, one inch deep, and kept properly moist. Tn another pot, subjected to the samo temperature and the same degreo of moisture was sown wheat kept over one year. In other pots, seed five years old, was sown under sitnular circumstances. The first or Iresli seed came up in eleven days, the weather being rather coo!; the second seed, one year old, came up in thirteen days. The live-year seed in tho other pots ciiuie up irregularly, the first in eighteen days, and afterwards ...

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

(Evening State gotmutl publish an. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Vi. "i-.'Y Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY— to jier year; six months,*:.; three months HM; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY —♦2.00 per year; six months, ]25; three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—II.6O per year; six months, 76 cents n_.ifjrf_r.-.i,f semi-wksklt journal __•_■_»mr _ ___i . a-~i____. a __r __■ _■ ___ ■a,__ __ __.__«_ 1 _VJ(_L I 1' _» V I - [Passed April tth, 1872.] Be it nrdain.ei bf tkt CouneU qf the City of Richmond, That Chapter XIII of the ordinances of tho city is hereby amended and re-ordained to read as follows : There shall ho levied and collected for each fiscal year, upon the persons and subjects embraced in the ordinance, entitled "An ordinance concerning the powers and duties of the Commissioner of the Revenue," the taxes following, to* wit: 1. On real estate not exempt frem taxation, one dollar and twenty-five cents on every hun■l dollars value thereof; and herein shall be uded all real es...

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

(Evening State geumtal. r_ei.i_.iiae HAII_V SKMVWEI.KEY ANl> WEEKLY, At No. ifias iiAis STttitt, Bit««o»», VtmmjtA. KUWAItI) DANIELS, MM mna Manager. TERMS: 1» A I L V . one rear «« Of j Three months... .1 f<o Sin months *3 00 | One month 60 !~~__._ ..11-WKEKXY. tieso En ivekt ti'Rcpai amp miDAT.I tine yeai .2 Ml Three months 76 ..■ x .orm'_V ■ 1 261 One mouth ■ WEEKLY. i .._ UKI' KVMRT WH-l-IKSDAT.) Oueyenr »1 «l I Six months 76 CT.VH KATES FOR ST_MI-'WEEKI_Y : On* Tefir. Sir Month* T'lree Sfontht ,•> copies....til OO »6 6« *2 76 ill <_.pier___B. 20 00 10 00 6 00 80 eoples 36 00 17 60 » 76 .0 copies 76 00 37 60 18 78 Specimen copies of each edition sent free MONDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1572. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA. STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Kdilion - - !$2.00 Semi-Weekly " - Vo Weekly - - - - 50 Address STA...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 May 1872

(Evening State gemrnat MONDAY EVENING, MA.V 6, 1872. UARDKN HINTS. —Asparagus and piu plant must have attention soon as the soil will let you work in it, for tho young sprouts will come quickly after they begin. —Early vegetables, such as peas, lettuce, &c, will be rather late, but it is not too late to sow them while it remains undone. Don't neglect the garden. —It is a good plan, if you haye doubts whether your seeds will grow, to put a few in a saucer near tho stove, and keep them moist and warm. If good, they will sprout in a few days. —Parsnips, beets, carrots, vegetable oysters, to., arc often dwarfed and spoiled by. not thinning in season or not doing it properly. Quick growth makes the best vegetables. —Gardening does not pay without a liberal use of good tine manure, and for most vegetables it should be partly decayed or well rotted. All manure must decay befors they give plant food. —In cleaning and digging one's flower bed and.borders in tho spring season, it ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 May 1872

(Evening State gonvnal MONDAY EVENING, MAY 6. 1872. VIRGINIA NEWS. —A new railroad depot is being built in ( Liberty. ] —Two new cement kilns bavo been j erected at Raleony Falls, Rockbridge, and I inn barrels of cement turned off daily. —Many Virginia families, immigrants to j tho West" and Southwest, are returning to j tbe Old Dominion. These arrival-! are of duly occurrence. —Very line iron ore has been found, in | apparently iiiexliaustcd quantities, in the < neighborhood of Rocky Mount Mills, in J Botetourt county, immediately on the canal. —The Tappahannock Index has the .following : " A gentleman who has lately ; returned from a business trip through the Northern Neck, informs CM that the wheat crop in general looks well, and bids fair to be up to the average. Fruit of all kinds hns suffered f.otn the late frost." -The Tappahannock Index says : "We •we pleased to learn that the public school-' in the Northern Neck are, without exception, in a nourishing condition, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 May 1872

(Evening State gotmtal. PUR_.IS_.Kn. 1.A11.Y, .SEMI-WEEKLY ANT) WEEKLY, AI !.e. WW* Main Street, Richmond, Va. TEItMS: DAILY—*6 per year; six months, »3; three months, $1 ~.(>: 1 montU, &v cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.Mi per year; six months, -flo per year; six mouths, 7 A c*nt« i_rirsE_r/.r..N_ sfxi-wssklt journal OFFICIAL. i w or«i nance iSIjSSnSTJSTmnu A NANCE CONCERNING THE NUMBERIN a OF HOUSES. [Passed April 10th, 1872.J Be UordalAset, That tho ordinance concerning the numbering of houses, be amended and reordained to read as follows : All houses v ithin the limits of the city now unnumbered, shall have their proper numbers fixed upon ihelr fronts; and it t-hall be the duty ot the contractor, appointed by the Coramifee on Streets to furnish tho required numbers, painted upon tin, and secure the same to the unnumbered houses throughout the citj: the size nnd character of numbers, and quality of tin and painting, to be determined by said Committee. The contractor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 May 1872

(Evening State gouenal muim n.11.Y, :-F_HI-WEEKLY AMI) WEEKLY, a. ... -!■_:* MUli Stum. _lio»__o_i> Vim""' I DW VKU DANIEL.*, Editor nnd Manager. TERMS: OAI L * . i....,,..,- Ik) UC j Three month* ~»160 six months »3 OU 1 One month 00 M-.VH-VYKEXI.y. {■Ml BT SfcT TCBflntT AliD FRIDiI.) ,in- year It r.O I Three montlts 78 Hi ro. n«r» 1 24 I One month 8* WEEKLY. tiSatTKn J-TMT W«DKS»n_.T.] On,-. .em- tl Co I Six months 76 ULUB BATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: ow Tear. Sir Months Three Months. 5 copies....#ll H *5 «<• ** W 10 copies.... 2H 0(1 10 IK) 6 Oil -,i roples SS HO 17 6u I 76 m ,opn ...... 76 00 37 60 IS 76 — Specimen copies of each edition sent free TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1872. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - $9.00 Semi-Weekly - - 76 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. THE "REFORM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 May 1872

#m*N[ J^ nt * gflnwat "fuksilav '"kvivNlnT;, may 7. m-i. DoesFnrmiiiK Pnr 7 And now let us particularize tho whole matter, and get rid, if wo can, of that iutci unliable question—does farming pay ? Will shop-keeping pay? Will tailoring or doctoring pay ? Will life pay ? How do these questions sound ? And yet they lire as reasonable as the one wo are come to consider. 'Jell me of tho capacity of the doctor, of the tailor ; tell me of his locution, nnd his aptitnfltl for the business, mid I can answer. Tell me of what material you propose lo make a farmer; tell nic of his habits, and ol tho condition of liis soil and markets, and 1 can tell you if lie will find a profit, or none, and this, without regard to Liebig, short-horns, or tlie mineral theory. Successful farming, it must be understood, is not that which secures a large uionied result this year, and tho next year, and the year after ; but it is that which ensures to the land a constantly accumulating fertility, in connection wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 May 1872

(Evening State gonvnal rirESDAT KVKNING, MAY 7, IS7_!. Nrw Tclekrnph system. No little interest is created in business i 1 teles over a recent discovery, the ctl'ect of which will be to revolutionize the telegraph business. The new system will soon he put on trial between New York nnd Washington. Telegraph machines will be distributed to individuals, who, by a little practice, will acquire .the ability to stamp their messages on a slip of perforated paper id the telegraphic cypher.— Thh when taken to the general otlice will be forwarded to iU destination, and then by another machine printed before tltliv,tv to the person for whom it is intended. The whole time of the writing, transmission and printing of the message of 100 words will bo in all but ono minute and twenty-seven seconds, antl messages of that length are to be forwarded for twenty cents. The capacity of a telegraph wire in the present system is said to be about fi,ooo words in ten hours, but by the new process it is clai...

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

(Evening State gonvnal. PUBLUHID. ______ DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At N-- 91_M Main Street, Rirhmand. Va. TERMS: DAILY—♦« per year: six months, t3; three months, . 1 .Hi; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—42.6O per year; six months, ; 26; three mouths, 76 cents. VI EEKLY—*I.SO per year; six months, 76 cents WBBXLYnnd SBMI-WnarLT JOURNAL I'lubs at extremely low rates. OFFICIAL. AN ukimn IN. I. TO AMEND \> oitDlNANOE CONCERNING THE NUMBERING OF HOUSES. [Passed April 10th, 1872] lie it ordained, That tho ordinance concerning the numbering of houses, bo amended and reordained to read as follows: AH houses within the limits of the city now unnumbered, shall have their proper numbers fixed upon their fronts; and it shall be the duty of the contractor, appointed by the Committee on Streets to furnish the required numbers, painted upon tin, and secure the samo to the unnumbered houses throughout the city; the size and character of numbers, a*id quality of tin and painting, to b...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 May 1872

Evening State gnuroal tM'BLIBRSI' :..;:.., iiMMI lIWU Ami weekly, AT No. »l-_ luj.it S-RstT, RitianonD. Visnim*. „!>VIAnD DA-MEL*. Mil*** and Mnnaier. TERMS: DAILY. tii.t-VMir W IK 1 1 Three months...H 60 Sis'month* 03 «i I One month 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. [lOSDF.D «TSRT _tTIH.DAT AND »KIDAT.) One voir »2 f.O I Three months 7ft Sii monil! I 26 I Ono month 26 WEEKLY. l-MISB KTBR- Wt-DRS-IIIAT.) (li'vyeir 1(1 6(11 Six months 76 OLCB FATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY I (me Tear. Six Months. Three Months .. copies.... »U 00 *6 60 *2 76 id .-opies.... 2(1 00 10 00 6 00 £11 uiyii'S 35 0(1 17 60 S 76 90 copies.... 76 On 37 60 19 76 Specimen copies of each edition Bent free WEDNESDAY EVBN'G, MAY 8,1872. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: "Hailv Edition - ■ $9-00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly ■-..-.- 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. PARTY AND PRINCIPLE...

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