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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 May 1872

toning State gmmtal MONRDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1872. THE INTERNAL TAXES—SHALL THEY HE PERPETUATED OR ABOLISHED 7 Si|>erch or Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in the lloasc of Representatives, May I, 181 ■' I do not want my children and grandchildren to live under a system which shall i nvolve a corps of detectives, a system of espionage, and the taking of an oath every week of every month to the honesty and fidelity of loosely-kept account*. I believe that with the imports of the country expanding and increasing as they are doing, the day is not far distant when we can defray the expenses of the government by customs duties alone, and may give thanks to God that no direct-tax collector treads the soil of the United States. [ hear tiie gentleman ask which employs the most detective officers to-day, the customs or the internal revenue. 1 ask him to say whether both together are more than either. I ask whether the expenses would be greater if you saved the nearly $0,000,00...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 May 1872

totting State gotunal MDNKDAV KVJvNTMi, MAY 20,1872! A RkKXOYTOB Wounds.—A correspondent of the Country Gentleman gives the following remedy for painful wounds : "Take a pan or shovel, with burning coals, and sprinkle upon them common brown sugar, and hold the wounded part in the smoke. In a few minutes the pain will be allayed, and recovery pro- i eecd rapidly. In my own ease a j rusty nail had made a bad wound in the bottom of my foot. The pain and nervous irritation were severe. : This was all removed by holding it in the | smoke for fifteen minutes, and I was able to resume my reading in comfort. We have often recommended it lo others, with like results. The other day one of my men had a lingcr-nail torn out by a pair of ice-tongs. It became very painful, as was to have been expected. Ileld in sugar smoke for twenty minutes, the pain ceased, and it promises speedy recovery. Polilirnl Directory. The dates of the most important politica (\tiits Cor KXM months to come, so far as an...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 May 1872

toning State gonial FO«Lt«H«I>. DAILY, SEMI-WEERXY AND WEEKLY, At No. 919 M Mala Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY*—(6 ]»r year; six months ».>, three uonthe (1.50; 1 month, 50 cent*. )_ three month*, 76 cent*. ' ' WEEKLY—(I.6O per year ; *ix month*, 76 cent* Ctmmm at extremely lorn rates. " AL ._ — - A GRAND AOCALAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. Will be given by the organist of the Monumental church (for the benefit of ihe church), audited by the "BEETHOVEN OCTETTE," of Washington city, TBX FIXXiT snciKTv or iixokk* ix ayikica, On TUESDAY EVENING, Mat 21,t, 1878, at 8 o'clock. Ticket*, »1; children, SOc. To be had at West, I Johnston A Co.'s. I No extra charge for reserved seats. LECTURE "ITIRGINIA HALL. DR. W. aTh. OODDIN, Will deliver a Lecture at Virginia Hall, FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY, I TUESDAY NIGHT, MAY 2i«t, 1872. I w.ct—The cause and consequences of the h of Jennie Young King; the antopy of her ; the mysterious hottle; the researches of ico-legal science ; the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 May 1872

totting State guttural rtSMSHSD DAILY. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No. ma* Mm* St»»*t, Kicbhosu, Yikouia. KHWARU ItANlsttA Editor nnd Munnuer. TEKMS I IlilLV. One year <H lie j Three month" *1 CO s;i-t months *l I'M One month t« SEMI-WEEKLY. [iSsPKD STKP.T TVESTIAT Aire ULII'AT.] One year *2 Ml 1 Three mouths 7» Six room! s 1 9.0 I One month W WEEKLY. (i*Br*n nvrni wnrxK.BAT.I Hue year *1 6(l| Six months 78 OTAfB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : Otw Tear Six Months. Three Months. r. i0i.1e5....»1l no WW *? « Hi conies.... soon iv oo J on !0 copies U DO 17 M « 7.1 60 copies.... H 00 37 60 IS Tl 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 - - #3.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1872. THE HEW YORK TIMES AND WEEKLY STATE JOURN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 May 1872

tottittg State gfltttml TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1872. Condition of Farm Animals.— Horses and mules, the most valuable class 0 f domestic animals, receive more uniformly the requisite care and protection than other stock. If hay is scarce, the deficiency is usually made good by extra supplies of grain ; and yet the colts and young horses of thinly settled states are often left to the same chances, for pasturage and shelter from the rigors of winter, that are enjoyed by the less valuable stock of the range. With the exception of suffering from the severity of the past winter among (his class of mist allied horses, mainly in the milder climates of the country. Doth horses and mules are reported to be in average condition. While pecuniary considerations appear to govern the action of farmers in tho care of the dumb brutes committed to their protection, it is hoped that no respectable stockgrower will disregard the common dictates 0 f humanity in Tiis treatment of his dependents. A clos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 May 1872

toning State guttural ESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1872. LKTTKR FROM PKTKIIXBURH. Ihe 'Nominees For tiie City Council—lndorsemetal ol ihe t.ciirml City Ticket—Hrpublicoa Prospects —Ihe index and Col. l'latt. I'f.Ti.RSR.jRu, Va., May 21st. To lite litlitor tf ihe Nti:!, Journal .- The Republicans of (lie several wards of litis city have now made their nominations for Council as follows: First Ward—Junes A. West, * Peter «,. Morgan, William Ellis, * Christopher if. Stevens. Second Ward— George 9. Richards, * V\"n>. R. Mallow, Edward Mumford, John 11. Bell.* Third Ward.— James 11. Bailey,* T. T. liroocks,* John Cooper, John W. Booth. Fourth Ward. —Richard A.Young,* Dr. David F. May, 1 VYm. I. Lacy, James E. Justice. Fifth Ward.—U. P. Tapley, A. 11. Marks, J. M. B. Holmes, Rev. Henry Williams, Jr. Sixth Ward. —James M. Domraii,* Thos. J. MeCaleb,* James Carter,* John Itcnrv Hill. 1 hose market! with a star are members of ihe present Council. Messrs. Mallory and Broocks.it is unders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 May 1872

tottittg State gtmural PCBUIHID. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, ~ Ne. .MM >!..Iu Street, Rich—d, Va. TERMS: DAILY—I 6 per year; clx months, t..; three month*, *d..0; 1 month, Go cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6O per year; *ix months, 128; three months, U cents. WT_EKXY-**l.-Op*ryear; «lx month*, 76 cent* _ WKF.KI-1 and BSMt Wh'hkf.r JOURNAL CHubm at entremely Ime rata. toning State gonural WILL THE DEMOCRACY INDORSE GREELEY .' When the Democrat, of this country swalloir Greeley and his past record, just to defeat General Grant, we shall hegin to think that the political millenium is close at hand. How far Varhees represents the Democratic element in our country remains to he seen. To the great Republican party, it makes but little difference whether tho liberals swallow] the Democrats or "the Democrats swallow them. We have whipped both rings of the Democracy before, wo can do it just as well now. It might narrow the line of battle to have the opposition forces unitetl in the comi...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 May 1872

totttttg State gotmtal PI.BI.II.HKD DAILY. SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, ml No «l->» M»l» ST**™, RIOBJIOIin, "V IKCIIKTA. KI-WARIt DANIKIA Kilitor ami Mnuoger. TERMS : OAI L V . one rear W nc j Three momii- —*l M six month- *?t 0.) 1 One montli (8 *ian<winLT, ilfl-.OE.> KVKRT TUFai-AY AMI PKH'AT.) One year *2 fin I Three months 76 Six mentis 1 So 1 One month 25 WEEKLY. ll»»lHD KVK»T WK»:.*. DAf.] One year »1 60 | Six months 76 fILTTB KATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three Months. 6 oopies....*" oo *o h nn 111 copies.... 20TO U W 6 ■ iv ropios 35 (111 17 (0 I W 60 c0p1e..... 7S 00 S7 60 18 » Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURML | WUI be sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily Edition - - IftS.OO Semi-Weekly - - 76 Weekly - - - - DO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, MAY 22, 1872. | T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 May 1872

toning State ganutal WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, MAY 22, 1872. THE INTERNAL fUI> villl.i. THEY in PERPETUATED OR \ BOLISIII l> Speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, or Pennsylvania, in the Hou*e of Represemativeai Mar I. IST.. ■ Now, let us face these facts. Here is one side of (he proposition furnished by the Census Bureau ; the gentlemen on the other side present the other. They say we do not export our productions as largely as we did ten years ago. Then, what becomes of them? Where do they go? Why, sir, American laborers, enfranchised freedmen, our better-paid mechanics, consume a larger proportion of the four thousand and odd millions produced in 1870 than they were ablo to consume of the one thousand and odd millions produced in 1800. That is the whole of it. You, free-trade revenue reformers, state one side of the sum, and I hand you from the census tables the other ; and the great public will work out the result and find it to be as I have stated it. Gentlemen talk about...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 May 1872

tottitig State gonural WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, MAY 22, !S7'-». CLEANINGS. — General Sickles lias arrived in Madrid. | — Fix-Governor Heriah Magoffin, of j Kentucky, who resigned his oflice rather than raise troops to put down the rehcls, is out for Greeley. Ex-Governor Horatio Seymour is said to have written a letter advising the indorsement of the Cincinnati ticket hy the Baltimore Convention. —Tin; Southern Republican P~— Association will hold its next meeting in Philadelphia, Tuesday, June I, the day before the National Kepubiican Convention. -—Four thousand dollars were received by the United States Treasurer yesterday from a naturalized citizen, who is about to go back tn Europe to live, aud who wishes to leave his sins on this side of the water. —Tho House Committee on Naval Affairs yesterday decided lo report in favor of the Senate bill allowing Mrs. Farragut, wife of Admiral Farragut, deceased, a pension of two thousand dollars per annum. —The Southern Claims Commission yesterday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 May 1872

totting State gonural. PCBI.ISH-D. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, M Ne. »iax IVlniii Streel, Richmsn., Ye. DAILY—t. per year; six month*, to; three -iiiiut hi, *1.6<1; 1 month, SO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—4)2.-0 per year; six month*, 126: three months, 76 cent*. WEEKLY—$l.6Oper year; six months, 76 cents _ WBBEL T and SEMf- WE EEL T JO UREA I. toning State gotttttal VIRCINIA NEWS. —The Hamilton Enterprise announces the death of R. M. Bentley, of Leesburg. —The supervisors of Fluvanna county have taxed dogs $1 per head, and foxes 50 cents per tail. —The Intellit/eiictr says the business men of Charlottesville are too busy with their own affairs to devote any attention to bill collectors. —The Marion Patriot announces the death of Dr. Thomas Tate, of Rich Valley, E. W. Poston, of Broad Foard, and Thos. Finley, extensively known as a hotel keeper at Abingdon. —Died on Thursday, May ISth, at the Washington-Henry Academy, Hanover county, Mrs. Edith I!. Andrews, in the 70th year of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 May 1872

tonittg State gotmral roaLisma DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, A' No. <UIH M*l. Sissst. Rloseo.n, VtsntsiA. eilW AlUt It .HIFI,I. Kditer end Manager. TF.HMS It A I L V . lUH-v-nr »6(ll'jThree __Oalli <1 _ «UK month" M 00 I One month 60 M MlHl.lihlv. [IS-OID KTIIT T-KBIIAT AICB »»ID»T.) On* year *2 60 I Three month* 76 Slxmontt-s 1 -6 I One month _6 WKKKI.V. (iMtl-D KVERT W*U»«BI>»T.J One year *1 6(l| Slxmonths 76 OT.ITB HATER FOI! sr.MI-W-F.KI.Y : One Tear. Six Months Three Months. 6 copies....*H W) ** f '« *J' f : 10 copies... 20 0(1 111 110 6 _ 30 copies 35 IX) 17 60 8 76 60 copies.... 76 00 37 60 18 76 Specimen copies of each edition *ent 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: Paily Edition - - $a.OO Semi-Weekly " - 75 Weekly - - - - BO Address -TATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1872...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 May 1872

totthtg State gwural THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 23,1872. Ibis at the May Scsion. The association met, pursuant to adjournment, on the "th instant, Friend Gillingham, president, in the chair; P. 11. Folsom secretary. On motion of the secretary, seconded by Col. E. Oauiels, a committee of three was appointed to take into consideration the current matters of the association, and to suggest any plans deemed necessary for its more effective organization anil better management to secure progress and more extended profit in the good work before it. On motion of It. P. Darby, M. D., General C. W. Etalloch was unanimously elected a member of the association. TREE WASHING—ITS USES. The question propounded at the last meeting relative to the lend colored wash used on the trees at the Lnited States experimental gardens, was answered by Prof. Saunders, as follows: The coloring on the pear trees is a mixture composed of one peck lime, four pounds sulphur, slaked with water, and to each gallon of this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 23 May 1872

tonittg State gottutal THURSDAY EVEN!NO, MAY 23, 1872. PULL YOUR OWN WEEDS. If you've weeds in your gaa___i my friend, I prny, Do not stand lookiug over tho fence, To your neighbor's dominions—just over the way— Your weeds are the most consequence: Uproot, them, while yet there, is daylight to work, Tear them up, seed and branch, from the soil : They are sure tv do mischief so pray do not _____; You'll be amply repaid for your toll. This advice would apply to the garden of life— 'Ti* so seldom we see our own weeds— For watching our neighbor or, worse yet, his wife, And counting their many misdeeds, We pass our own follies, bur faulr? we disguise , In the garments of selfish conceit! We're ever perfection (in our own i_es), Our neighbor may take a backseat. Let us pull our own weeds, and workv.it'h a will, While yet there is one to be found, Nor point over the way in derision until We have carefully tilled our own ground ; For watchlhg ihe Irnits of others we see Not the ones in onr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 May 1872

(fretting State gotmral PP BI.IBHRO. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Al N*. 912V4 Main Streel, Richmond, Va. DAILY—*- per year; six monthi, *3; ihree •iionllia, ♦].f,O; 1 month, fill cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.fiO per year; six months, 12fij three mouth*, 75 cents. WEEKLY—tI .fioper year; six months, 7fi cents «T WEEKLY ami SEMI-WSEKI. V JO tTRNA L t.iu tv e,t frernety low rates. VIRCINIA NEWS. —The Baptist of Fredericksburg ere raising money to purchase a new organ for their church. —The Frcdericksqurg Ledger of the 24th says : "We have encouraging reports of the appearance of the wheat in the Rappahannock Valley. The eiteets of tho drought have not been so severe there, and the prospect of a good yield is fair. In the counties above we learn that the drought has been almost fatal to the wheat, tho ground being so hard that the roots cannot penetrate it, and the stalks drying up and breaking down for tho want of moisture." —The Staunton Virginian of tho 23d Kays: "Mr. Bruce, father of G....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 May 1872

toning State gotmtal rrsi.t*n*t> lIAII.Y SF.MT-\Vr.KKI.Y AND WB-OU-T, No. »Vl* M«i» St-Ult, RI.H-o»o, Y'l»nl»IA. KtiWAllli ___■_-___* Kdl«r a__ Malinger. TERMS: II A I l. - • uneven! . ...W "C| Three month*....*. M c,,. month* *.1 no I One mouth f'<i SFVII-W-.EKI.Y. [__-__ KVSRY TCSHDAT -l«li >_M_T-] One year N Ml I Three months 7» Minn Us 1 » 1 One month -" «_■___-* ClMtiSll «VK_T W«n^*sl'AT.J On, yea. *1 fiulssi-nionihs 7fi OMTB H-TKSFOII SKMI-WKEKT.Y I One ye.tr. Sir Months. Three Mmiths. * ~,,,„.5....*ii n _• *_ ■„ , opt*. Mou nfm »JJ !,., ~|.ie-.... 76 00 M ('" 18 _ — Specimen copies of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. THE mm STATE JOURNAL Will he sent to CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price: Daily I.dition - - &3-00 Semi-Weekly - - J;. Weekly - - - - <><> Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. I'KIIUY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 May 1872

firming State guttural FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1572. HUM l'O GET OFFICE. ApplieHf ion Tor Clerkship* In 111* Department* Under the Civil Service Rules nnd Kesulnlion*. Kor tho information of those interested, wo publish so much of the rules and regulations adopt-d on the Mth instant as relates to tho manner of making application lor appointment to clerkships in the Kxecutive Departments at Washington and to the character of the examination : 1. Kvory application must be made in the handwriting of the applicant to the head of the Department in which employment is desired. It must stale: 1, applicant's name in full ; '_, place and date of birth ; „, legal residence, and how long it lias been such ; I, education ; .">, occupation, past and present ; 0, whether ever employed iv the civil service, and if so, when, how long, in what branch and capacity, and reasons for leaving the service; 7, whether ever in the regular or volunteer Briny or navy, and if so, when, and in what o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 24 May 1872

toning State gottvnal FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1572. KEEP. keep to the light. Ihe law directs. Keep from the w old thy friend's ih-fci I-, Keep all ihy thoughts on purest themes, Keep from thine tns the moles and beams. Keep true thy deeds, thy honor bright, KeepOrm thy laithinilod andiight, Keep free from even sin and stnm, Keep (Tom ihe way- that bring the pain. Keep fiee tin tongue from words ol ill, keep right tin aim, and _»•_ ihy will. Keep all ihv acts from passion free, Keep strong in hope, no envy see. Keep watchful < .'ire o'er tongue and hand, Keep firm thy feet, by .jiisticu stand, Keep nee thy word, a sacred thing, Keep from the snares the templers bllilj-. Keep faiili with each you call a friend, keep full in view the final end. Keep from all hate and malice ft Keep strong the love of liberty. Keep linn thy courage bold and strong, Keep up Ihe right, keep down the wrong, Keep well ihe words oi wisdom.- school, Keep warm t>.\ night, by day l£ej&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 May 1872

(Evening State gouvnal PUBLISMKn. lIAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANT) WEEKLY, At No. SUM Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: IIAILY—»6 per year; six months, M; three nii.it.lu, *1.60; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—«2.OO per year; six months, 126; throe months, 76 cents. W EEKI.Y—iI.-O per year; six months, 76 cents (Evening State f mmtal VIRCINIA NEWS. —Tho public schools of Wytheville closed last week for want of funds. —George 11. Buret). Republican, was elected mayor of Lynchburg on Thursday by 242 majority. —On Tuesday and Wednesday, June •Ith and Oth, the annual Horse and Colt show, of the Shenandoah Valley Agricultural Society, will take place in Winchester. —Such a row was created in Botetourt, by the levy of dog tax, that the supervisors have rescinded it and a vote was to have been taken upon the question at the election on Thursday. —Botetourt boasts of a cow which gives frotn 5 to 0 gallons of milk daily, and asks who can beat it? Wytheville has one that gives 2,190 gallons of milk i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 25 May 1872

(hcniufl State journal roßLtsm ~MW, SKMI-WKKKI-.Y ANl> WEKKIiY, IT NO OIS M«l» ST*PKT. RIOMUHf.*, Vl»'H*lA. r.l»\v_Kl> bARIKIA Editor mid Mnnniier. l rV.KatSllAlbl, iiueveei ** •«'I Three months....*l to 4li months .3 M| One month »> I_.MI-Vt_KKI.V. [tama «v«_r tpekiat __n rMMT.] On* yenr «_ Hi I Three inonlh. 7J Summit!. 1 Mi I One month 2o WEEK I, V. (inc.- ktert ar.__n_B_.Tj One year *1 *>l Sl* month. 7» (iLtIR RATH-TOR SKMI-WKKKLY: Ot.r. r«.<r. Sir Month*. Thrrr Month*, j .. ,0pie...'...H ft MM »TM .pie. .... MM low JM _ I copies .In 1.1 17 M ■ M Se copies.... MM 37 Hi »M 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 -. I.ivilv Edition - - &9.00 Semi-Weekly - - TO Weekly • - - ." GO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va.^ SATURDAY EVENING, M...

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