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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 14 May 1872

Evening State g0ttrnat TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1872. AGRICULTURAL. Experiments with Seed s.—The committee appointed at the convention held in Chicago, on the 24th and 25th days of August last, to report a plan of experiments to be Iried in common at the different agricultural colleges of the country, submit the following : Experiment Ne. 1, to test the variation of soils on adjacent plats.—We recommend that 20 plats of one-twelfth of an acre each, 2 by 4 rods, with strips of 4 feet between each, be selected on a soil as uniform as possible, which has not been manured, at least for a number of years. It sin mill be well drained, (tile-trained is best.) The aspect of tho whole should be tho same, and the slope, if any, as uniform as possible. Where nol uniform the facts should bo noted. They should be plowed and otherwise cultivated uniformly at the same time even in the day, and under the samo conditions as nearly as possible. These plats should be planted to corn in drills at a uni...

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 — 14 May 1872

(Evening State gouvnat TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1572. REMEMBER THY MOTHER. Loal thy mother tender, y I'Ovvn life's steep doc'dii.; Once her arm was thy support, Now she leans on thine. See u|.on her loving fa I Those deep lines of care; Think—it was h-r toil for thee Left th-u record there. Ne'er forget her tireless watch Kejit by day or night. Taking from her step the grace, From her eve the light. Cherish well hbr latthliil Heart, Which, through weaiy years, IMiocd with its sympathy All thy smiles nnd tears. Thank Got! for thy mother's love, Guard the pricele*- boon, V.ir the bitter parting hour Cometh all too soon. When thy grateful tendernoss Loses jiowcr to save. Earth will hoi i no dearer spot Than thy mother's grave. MM-MUfc items. — In Florida water-melons are ripe. —A base-ball has knocked out the eye nt a Keokuk damsel. —Kansas farmers are troubled by "grub worms with side whiskers." —Oshkosh, Wis., claims as a monstrosity i; baby born without brains. —A colored mini nt Dc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 May 1872

fenittfl #tate gtnmuil PtTBT.HHTID. MILT, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Al Km. 91SM >liiin Strrrt, Ri.limoud, Vb. 1 r.lt AIS '. DAlLY—*tt per year; six month*, 93, three months, $l.fiO; 1 month, W) cents. 12/tj three months, jft cents. WkKKLY—II .AO per year; six months, 75 centa jjwgjjg £teti gmunal WHAT THKV ARK SAYING ABOUT VIRGINIA IN ENGL \M>. AMERICAN NOTES. It is a singular fact that at present there is a steady tide of immigration from England to our Southern states. Virginia appears peculiarly attractive to English farmers, and in Prince Edward county there are already more than one hundred such settlers, and among the rost John Bowley, Esq., of Gloucester, fa order that your readers may understand the advantages and disadvantages of Virginia farming, 1 quote the following report presented to the National Virginia Settlement Association by Captain John McKean, an English gentleman, who settled in tho State eighteen months ago : FARMING IN I'RINCEEDWARJ&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 May 1872

tNtftitg £tat* fmomst. frill. i sunn duly. BEMx-wnaonr ani> wfrki.y, AT No. HSN M»is Strrpt Kicbhosc Viroiria. lOWARI mMIFT*. *"itlti»r «nd Mnnnrer. TERMS: I> A I L ¥ . One year fl <*' 1 Three months....*! 60 Six months *S IK) I One month 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. [issuis iTiar rrnsDAT sun fkidat.) Ob* year *2 60 I Three months 70 Sitmontlß 1 26 I One month 26 WEEKLY. [issmn KVKRT WBDNKOOiT.] One JMH *1 60 I Six months 76 CI.T'I) 11ATKS FOR SF.MI-WTTEKI.Y : One Tear. Six Months. Three Month*. ft i-oiiics. .-HI CM) M 6(1 *2 76 in copies.... 20 0(1 HI 00 6 0(1 'll copies U 00 17 60 S 76 50 copie 76 00 37 Ml IS 76 Specimen conies of each edition sent free 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 - - &e*.oo Semi-Week! v - - W* Weekly - - - - BO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 May 1872

tfwning jPtot* f owna*. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, MAY 15, 1872. THE INTERNAL TAXES-SHALL THEY BE PERPETUATED OR ABOLISHED? Speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, or I'annsy Irania, in the llonee of Representatives, May i, isra. What do they propose to do to promote commerce between the manufacturing and the non-manufacturing nations to which 1 have alluded? Why, sir, their bill is a cruel satire on the catch words by which it is to be popularized. "Free trade" and "revenue reform" are the cries! Free trade to the farmer who grows tobacco and may sell only to licensed purchasers ! Free trade! while maintaining such restrictions upon trade between ns, the Orient and the nations of the tropics, that no American vessel can go to them for a cargo. Look at it. What docs their bill propose ? Thank fortune, sir, we have this morning got rid of some of tho restrictions these friends of unrestricted trade proposed to maintain. They would have kept a duty of ten cents per pound on tea and two cents a pound on ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 15 May 1872

©wwitnj £tatc -WKDMvSDAY KV'KN'U, MAY 15, 1372. Seventh Congressional District Convention. At ft meeting of the District Central I Committee of the Sixth district, held at Harrisonburg, oa Ihe Bth inr-t., it was unanimously L'esohed, That a Convention of lUpttblicuns of the Seventh (new) Congressional District be called to meet at Staunton, \ n., on Wednesday, tho ]oth day of July next, at ten o'clock A. M., to reorganize the distiict and to nominate, a candidate for Congress and a district elector. Each township ami ward in toe district will be entitled to two delegates, whose credentials shouid lie made out in writing and transmitted to the chairman and secretary. John A. IFarman, Chairman. Frank J. Bramhtll, Scnxlary. Vonrbees '(iocs'' for Greeley. There was quite a sensation in the House j Cf Representatives the other day, when Mr. Voorhoes, of Indiana, arose in his seat and | "went for" Greeley. He reviewed the political career of "the Cincinnati nominee at length, in a style w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 May 1872

(fwuMfl £tate $mmi PUBLISHED. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, U No 9191* Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—in per year; «ix months, *8; three monthe, *l.on; 1 month, 00 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.BU ]ier year; six months, !2_ three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY—*I.OO per year; six month,, 70 cents _T WKKKLYcmdSEMI.WKBKLT JOVRNAL rlitbs at extremely low rates. Evening #tate gouvnal MR. SttFIBOB'S SPEECH. A Storm in file Primaries—The Cnluiit For. ii hi Badly I -'■ I tin. REPORTED TIY "OUR IMP." We have been laboring for some time past —bow ineffectually our reader* may now sec—to reform tbat "peculiar institution" of ours, better known as tbe "devil" of this office ; but, after a most lavish expenditure of precept and example, we have given the task up as a hopeless one. Our "devil" will be "out o' nights" in spite of all we can do, and his propensity to "mouse around" will bring him into contact with "strange bedfellows" in spite of all he can do. Besides, he sets his face inflexibly aga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 May 1872

Evening £Mc itritnml'! rrblissid DULY, 880-WKKKI.Y AND WEEKX.Y, AT No. »IJH Maiw StatiT, lUohmoid, Yi*"""*EOVVAKII DANIELS, Editor and Mnnager. TERMS: D All. V> tlMtw t» W'| Three m0nth..,..*1 n -;tT mmaliK •» W'l One month. Hi SEMI-WEEKLY. [issnsn itmt rttisnAV aud »bidav.J Oue year *2 Ml I Three months _ Slrmontri 1 M I One month -«' WEEKLY. (iSStJIB KVHRV WKDSHSDAT.] One year *1 6(11 Six months 76 OI.UII RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Tear. Six Months. Three Months. !. copies....*n iki fj •'•" •|IJ IU copies.... aooo M « ■to copies .15 00 17 fid 1 " M copies.... 75 OO 37 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VMMIn STATE JOURNAL Will be Bent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - .$3.00 Semi-Weekly - - 7- r > Weekly - - - - r><> Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. THURSDAY EVEN'G, MAY IG, 1872....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 May 1872

(f vmfafl £tate §*mml THURSDAY EVEN'G, MAY 10, 1872. AGRICULTURAL. THE following extract from the monthly report of the agricultural department describes a class of institutions now in successful operation in Germany, France and other parts of Europe. We need them in this country very much : The stations publish every year the programmes of their researches and experiments, and very materially enrich science with many valuable discoveries. Hut their popularity is chiefly due to the analyses of fertilizers and the controlling influence they exercise over their trade. The prices of analyses are fixed, by tho founders of lheat institutions, sufliciently low to encourage customers, and yet cover tho expense and leave the station a small allowance. This prevents the sale of worthless material by dishonest manufacturers, and protects the honest dealers as well as the tanners who use the productions. In France this abuse by manufacturers of fertilizers became so great, and so burdensome to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 May 1872

GHemnfl ftate gownuO. THURSDAY EVEN'G, MAY 10, 1872. m ■■- THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION RBSraOTWU'I Dr.IU'ATED WITHOUT PERMISSIONIi runt's a smoker, Grant's a smoker, He fold muskets, he sold carbines. Howl, howl, bowl, dat Is my Sciiurz, all, Grant's a smoker. Grant's a smoker, Won't reform thocivil service. 11 rowl, growl, growl, dat is my Trumbull, Howl, howl, howl, dat is my Schurz,ah; Willi my growl, growl, growl, and luy howl, howl, etc. Grant's a smoker, Grant's a smoker, And his wife has got relations. Bray, bray,bray, dat is my Tipton; Growl, growl, growl, dat is my Trumbull ; Howl, howl, howl, that Is my Schurz, ah ; With ray bray, bray, bray, and my growl, growl, growl, etc. i} rant's a smoker, Grants a smoker, Wouldn't turn out bad Tom Murphy. — Yelp, yelp, yelp, dat is my Fenton ; "*Bray, bray, bray, dat is mv Tipton ; Growl, growl, growl, dat is my Trumbull ; Howl, howl, howl, dat Is my Schurz, ah; With my yelp, yelp, yelp, and my bray bray, bray,etc. Grant's a smoker. Gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 May 1872

(gMnmji Sfa&t gowmat I — BLISXSD. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKI.Y, Al Ne. tiIHW Main Street, Rirhmend, Va. DAILY—*6 per year: six months, Ml three months, tl.ad; 1 month, 150 cents. SKMI-WEEKLY-«2.«0 per year; six months, 12/ i; three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY—SI .*> per year; six months, 76 cents •9TH'KJi;jrZ,ran(t SRMI-WEBKLT JOURNAL tube at extremely low rarer. AMUSEMENTS. ■h rcCANNS'GRAND COMBINED PIC-NIC 4 PROMENADE CONCERT At Euker's Spring Garden, WHIT MONDAY, 2UTH MAY, 1872. DANCING TO COMMENCE at 3 P. M Tickets «s cents, to be had at the gate. FULL MILITARY HAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. ptCHMO>D THEATRE. SIX NIGHTS ONLY, commencing May 20th, 1872, THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD, Tits UOYAL YEDDO JAPANESE TROUPE SIXTEEN ARTISTS. CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY. Sale oi reserved seats commences at AVest Johnston & Cos, Saturday. ADMISSION: Press Circle and Orchestra 7.5 cts i'arqnette no ■«' Family Circle and Gallery 2/i " Reserved Seats *| ft) [my ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 May 1872

(tottiaf State gouroal ?I'Ht.ISUXI> ItAJIA, SKMI-WEF.KI,Y AND WF.F.KLY, At No. <vm Hits Stssst, Ficssokd. Visoisi* IDWARD IIAMF.I.S, IMitor and Monnner. TRUTHS II A I t 1 , unevear »<i lie j Three months.... *1 60 ,(i m. Bth« *3 "01 One month U> S.EVH.WEI2KI.V. [iwsDRH IVSET TFKPIiAT A!te PltlliT.] One year *2 Mil Three months 7o -ixnvonttp 1 25 I One month 2S WF.KKI.Y. lIMOSn IVKBT WKIIKIHUI.) One year *1 «'I Six months 76 TO,—II KATES FOR SF.Tvn--W-EEKI.Yi One Year. Sir Months. Three Months, 6 copies....*H ■ »« «' ••_ ID copies.... 80 00 10 00 IM id copies M N 17 _ • .5 60 copies.... 7.1 00 37 Ml 18 7S Specimen copies of each edition sent free 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 - - ftd.OO Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FRIDAY FA'ENING, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 May 1872

fewtto, ftate gnttiudL LIUDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1872. THE HHHNUMh TAXES--SHALL. THEY BE li Kill I VI 111 OH ABOLISHED? Speech ol' Hon. IVm. D. Keller, or l'rnii»i Imnln, la the House of Representatives, May i, isra. Mr. Kelley—l state the amount that was taken from" tho tobacco trade by internal taxes during that year, and I cannot believe that while they grieved over the duty on licorice, they gave thanks every night in the family circle that they had had the joy of being arrested, indicted, and prosecuted, because tliey had uot paid a proper proportion of the 981,300,708 of the internal taxes collected from tobacco. Now, I propose to let one of the constituents of the gentleman from Missouri who has .spoken on this point be heard. 1 refer to Mr. Christian Peper, a tobacco manufacturer of the city of St. Louis. Here is his testimony : "There were 45 manufacturers of tobacco in Die lirst districl of Missouri l uined because they culd not do business honestly. Some were arrested for v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 May 1872

toning ftatc fouwal FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1872. HCMOROUS. -A " circular leUcr"—O. —" If all tiie world were blind," said an Irish clergyman, " what a melancholy sight it would be.' -It is said that many of the lire engines in San Francisco won't work. They were only made lo play. —The storm signalman on the top of Mount Washington holds the " highest otliee in the gift of the nation." —The most bashful article of furniture is said to he a clock; it keeps its hands continually before its face. " —Come out here, and I'll lick the whole lot of you," said an urchin to some sticks of peppermint in a window." —"The prisoner has a very smooth countenance." "Yes ; he was ironed just before he was brought in. That accounts for it." —A Boston paper suggests that when the Coliseum blew down tho New York press might have done good service by "blowing it up." —A damsel of only seventeen says that twenty-four springs have passed over her head. It is supposed to be 'a mysterious allusion to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 May 1872

toning State journal. rr*Li*k». DAILY* Sr«ill-W fcfcJLLY AMI Wr.EKb i , At Urn. »t»M Main Street, Rlrhm.ne, T_ ■a. 111 Hi.-', (ljllljj month, so cent*. ]3_ three months, 76 cent*. W EEKJ.Y—»I 60 per year, *U months, 76 cent* VT WEEKLY ani BE MIWEEKLY JOUKNJL a grand vocal and instrumental Will be given hy the organist of the Monumental church (for the beuent of the church), assisted by the "BEETHOVEN OCTETTE," of Washington city, THE FINEST aOCIITT OF SINUI.I.I IN AMERICA, On TUESDAY EVENING, Mir 21st, 1872, at 8 o'clock. Tickets, 11; children, 60c. To be had at West, Johnston & Co.'s. No extra charge for reserved seats. [my 18—31] "VI CCANIH'S OHAND ('Oil 111 NED PIC-NIC * PROMENADE CONCERT At Euker's Spriug Garden, WHIT MONDAY, SoTH MAY, 1872. DANCING TO COMMENCE at 3 P. M. Tickets 26 c-ii is, to be lunl at Ihe gate. FULL MILITARY BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. my 17-21* RICHMOND THEATRE. SIX NIGHTS ONLY, commencing May 20th, 1872, THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD, TBI ROYAL YEDD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 May 1872

dwwng Mti §<rtttnal MM*~PJ D UI.T. SKNI-WEEKIYV AND WEEKLY, At N.i. »11M Maiii Stbbit, Rio»*o»d, ViasmiA. IDWAKH immkiv Kdlwr and Manager. DAILY, Oievenr eSOClThree months.... tl Ml SI « months *S mil One month 60 SEMI-WEEKLY. [lUVIS «T*»T TCMDAT AUD FMDAT.] Oae year W «o| Three months 76 Si i iii.mil 1 2fl I One month 86 WEEKLY. (i«*r*n V.VKRT W«I>K«BDAT.] One year ♦! 60 | Six months '.. to OLtTB HATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months Three Months. a copies....«U HO « 60 »2 76 10 copies.... 20 on 10 00 « oo 2(1 copies 8S Oil 17 M 8 76 Gil copies.... 76 00 37 60 18 76 MT Specimen lupins of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Wm be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of th« price: Daily Ktlition. - - $8.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - '- - - 5() Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY IS, 1872. THE NEW YOIIK TIMES AND WEEKLY STAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 May 1872

Evening £tate f mtml SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 18,1873. The RUM. of Seme Women We have in mind two among the most agreeable women we have ever met, both in manners and general cultivation, who are fitted personally to adorn any drawingroom, and who can convene intelligently ou any subject which may be broached there, but who are not in general society, in the town where they five, simply because one of them is a dressmaker and the other a milliner. Both devote their evenings to reading and study ; they travel, they hear the best music, and are familiar with the best thoughts of the day ; and to the few who are really acquainted with them, they are valued friends. Hut they are not often invited—because nobody thinks of it. Can society afford to do without such women as these? And their case is not exceptional. It is true that there arc scores of young girls in our shops whose breeding and whole appearance are very questionable, and, who could not be received, at present, into polite soci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 18 May 1872

toning State guttural SATIKHAV EVENING, MAY 18,1572. LETTER FROM PETERSBURG. Medina lo Rntirr Nominations— Democratic liilcrrcrriicr--Maucr» Referred lo the Respective \\ ni-iU--H|,c»-clic. by Messrs. Stowell, Plan, Jenkins anil Oiher«--"A Mr. I no. - ' Pbtersbuik), May 17, 1572. To tin Kdilor 't/'the State Journal. A meeting called for the purpose of ratifying tiie nominations for our municipal ticket made by the late Republican City Convention, was held last night at the Court-house. The crowd was so large that the meeting was held in the open square, and as a consequence could not be so well controlled as it would have been if the same could have been held inside of the building. Hon. James 11. Piatt, Jr., was elected president of the meeting with a vice-presi-dent from each ward and two secretaries. A motion was made that tho list of | nominees be presented scrialum for the consideration of the meeting, which, after considerable discussion was adopted. This was considered as lik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 May 1872

toning #tat* gomnal. FOBMSHED. lIATLY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Ai Km. 918* Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—f 8 per year; aix months, f8; three mouth*. fi.no; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY-42.60 per year; si. months, ]'J8; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—f 1.60 per year; six months, 76 cents VSTWKKKLTand SEMI WEEKLY JOURNAL Cluhs al extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. A SSEMBLY HALL. A GRAND VOOALAND INSTRUMENTAL I CONCERT. Will be given by the organist of the Monumental church (for the benefit of tho church), assisted by the "BEETHOVEN OCTETTE," of Washington city, THE FINEST SOCIITr of .-i mm in IN AMERICA, Ou TUESDAY EVENING, Mat 21st, 1572, at. 8 o'clock. Tickets, )1; children, 60e. To bo had at West, Johnston k Co.'s. No extra charge for reserved seals. [my 18—31] _^ LECTURE Y"IRGINIA hTIL. ~ DR. W. A. 11. OODDIN, Will deliver a Lecture at Virginia Hall, FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY, ON TUESDAY NIGHT, MAY 2ist, 1872. Subject—The cause and consequences of the death of Jennie Young Kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 May 1872

toning State gmmtal poautH> Dill.V, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. DUX Mai. ST...T, Rio»«o.». Yi.oi.ia- eiIWAHO OAMEI.S, Ediwr nnd Mnnacer. TKKMS i DAILY. One year W I*l Three mouth*.... tl M gn mouths #:• '*'I One month 60 -* >M-WEEKLY. [ISHO.D «V.»T TC»SI)AT 4XD T.IDAT.] One yeiu *2 Mi I Three month* J» 8U mentis 1 MlOnemonth «' WEEKLY. (IBBD.D WEST W*Dl>«aDiV-J One year »1 40 I Six month* 75 OLTTH RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Tear. Six MoiUhs. Three Months. 6copu>»....»U Ml »660 **» 10 copies.... 20 0.1 Ml BO JOB SO copies 35 Ml 17 _ «Jo M copies.... 75 9D 37 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBr SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - &SI.OO Semi-Weekly - - 7B Weekly ----- BO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. MONRDAY EVENING, MA.V 20,1872. THE NEW YOR...

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