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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 20 July 1872

(faming jffggj- I" I.I.ISHFt.. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, No. 9UM Main Street, Riehm»nd, Va. TERMS: DAILY—S6 l>cr year; six month*, IS; three months, tl.(HI; 1 month, SO cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6O per year; nix months, )*_■: three month*, 7.5 cents. WEEKLY —tl .60 per year; six months, 76 cents WB" WEEKL ¥ and SEMI- H ____ V JO VKIIJtL , iltnbs at extremely loie rates. POLITICAL^ /"vN TO RICHMOND I 1 e.CRANDMASS MEETINC j f the Repulilicans of Virginia, will be held in ichmond, on j WEDNESDAY, JULY 24TH, I Under the auspices of the State Executive , Committee. To this Grand Rally, we most , cordially invite men of all colors and shades of , opinion. Among the invited, It gives us plea »ure to announce, that the i HON. HENRY WILSON, Our Candidate for Vice-President. HON. GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, ' Secretary of the Treasury. I HON. FREDERICK DOUGLASS, ' i nnd other great rr.(n of the nation, have pro- ] tnised to be present and address the meeting. ' This will be the most Imposing pol...

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. — 20 July 1872

OIKc-ial Paper lur thr fco»< mmml. RATE* <1F -UaV-RTIStIW. ONE DOUL—B per square of eight lines, solid noupariel. SP_Cl—_ RATES made at counter, —• b» j i ron*THCt. with -op-tiNr ..qtrnn« tvtMtmwt ll -til.V. .a_J«n-W__K—_ AND WEEKLY 1 No tl'.a Man STaaiT. H'nuilOKD, Vi*»ixta i Mi WARM MNIU -iliMr and Manager. TERMS I DAILY. One year ie ne | 1 hree no-__....♦! It q|Yinoiiih* U ntiio-inmih Ml *E»II-VVEEKLY. 1 [lasnsn e»KST fUMb-f A*_ raIDAT.] One year *-2 Wi j Three months lb -ISTRtonUi 1 s(i I one month iti WKEKLV. 'trt'.r— i '.to;- wansRPDAT.] One year 10 Mi | Six mouths lo i:i.T'B RATES EOR SEMI-WEEKLY I On. Year. Six Motttkt. Three Mottlhs ti copies *11 IK) %t, mi *2 7*> 1(1 copies 20 0(1 10 H » 0(1 •20 copies It On 17 so I 75 50 copies 7.1 o<l 37 M IB 7S —t/JTssitecimeti cotoes of each edition sent free CAMPAIGN JOURNAL THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL Will b3 sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt...

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. — 20 July 1872

grrntog fftote gotmmt -ATturuai _V_n'G, JULY 20, lata mi- m or «;oli>. L.—iiilciiaiat Calderwood m at liis bister's house on a visit during his two weeks' furlough, lie was silting with her one evening in.the parlor, while her two child ren were studying their lessons at the table iv the back room. "So l'aul is a lazy scholar,eh?" said the lieutenant, lowering his voice. "No, not at nil. He is diligent enough, provided his studies suit his fancy. Hut what are they? If you look over his shoulder now, you'll find him poring over some Book of Dreams, or the History of Ctptain Kidd and his treasures, instead of hi school books. The boy is deranged on the suhject of becoming rich suddenly, at seme bold master-stroke. I wish you would talk to him. You are supreme with him just now. It may be you could ridicule him out of his absurdity ; I can not." ; "Hut ousht he to be ridiculed ?" "James!" "Well, call Clara in, and I'll go talk to him a while." Mrs. Forbes beckoned her little girl 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. — 20 July 1872

(Swninfl .Mate jjouvmil SATURDAY EVEN'C}, JULY 20, IS?.. GENERAL ITEMS. —Fifteen dollars will buy .a lovely home- - itead of eighty acres in Florida. — —.ftcr November 5 Mr. (ireeley will have new cause lo repeat his celebrated re mark that" (ieneral (irant has never been defeated, ami never will be." —If a small quantity of spirits of camphor is plaited in the water eonlained in the vase, Ilie color and freshness of flowers will main tain fur a much longer period. —Tn .I-c!isonville, Florida, grapes are thirtytivo cents a box, peaches sell readily at forty cents a dozen, and figs are twenty cents a quart. It's not growing hot down there either. —The cooks in London are as much puz zled as the dressmakers on the invention of novelties One of tlie latest importations is cold asparagus served up with ice and eaten with cold liiniii. —'"George." asked the teacher of a Sun day school class, "who, above all others, "hall yon wish fust io sea when j'Oii get to heaven." With a face brighte...

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. — 22 July 1872

PtJSI.ISHID. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, He. 9UIH Main Street, Ricltm.ua, Va. TERMS: DAILY—*6 j>er year; six months, M; three month*, $1.60; 1 month, 60 cent*. SEMI-WEE—LY-t2.HO per year; six months, lift: three month*, 76 cents. W HEKLY—*I.6O per year; aix months, 76 cent* tetTWKKXLTaniI SEMI-WSSKLY JOURNAL illitb* al extremely low rate*. *~ POLITICAL^ f\7t Tt) RICHMOND! «. CRANIO MASS MEETING t the Republicans of Virgin.:-, will bo held in tchmond, on WEDNESDAY, JULY 24TH, Under the auapicea of the State Executive t'ommiltee. To this Grand Rally, we moat eorrii.illv invite men of all colors and shades of opinion. Among tho invited, it gives ns plea sure to announce, Unit the HON. HENRY WILSON, Our Candidate for Vice President. HON. GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, Secretary of the Treasury. HON. FREDERICK DOUGLASS, and other (treat mm of the nnlion, have pro mised to he present.and address the meeting. This will be the most imposing political de monstration e»er gotten up in Virginia, an...

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. — 22 July 1872

Pl'Bl IBHKI, DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY AT No tUH Mai* Stkiit, Kinminao. Vuntlil n«MM DANIELS, -.liter and Mnmi.er. TERMS: DAILY. line year It* IV < Three mouth". ~M N ..;, in.ii;i,s IS 0(11 One month ISO ->ii-wi:»:klv (taatiaD avKRT Tnt-fl-AT AKn —MOST.) One ,-« —' 6(1 I Three mouth* 75 MS Monti* 1 25 I One month .25 W-KKI.V. fiaurar, evmit wanNFp.DAT.| line j,-,-r $1 _0 f Six months 75 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Six KinUlt*. Three Months 5 copies....*ll no Sfi ■I M M 111 mpies 20 0(1 111 IK, 5 0(1 ?li copies S8 (Xl 17 50 8 75 s<i copies 76 Wl 37 on 18 76 <t_~ Specimen copies of each edition Kent fro,' 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 3-dition - - $2.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - s<> -ddress STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va, MONDAY EVEN'G, JULY 22, IST*-'. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESID...

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. — 22 July 1872

J-*M-MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWMWWMWKmmmmmmwmmw*mmmmmmmwmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmm-mmm----*. €vtm\xtj jltotU gqiroroi ; MONDAY EVEN'G, JULY 22. 1572. J i . ——■ The JrWfla—l lie Hnlililnic.il Tradition. Tho celebrate- teacher, Rabbi Meir, sat ' during the whole of one Sabbath day, in tho < public school, instructing tho people. Dur- ' ing his absence from the house his two sons ] died, both of them of uncommon beauty, and enlightened in tho law. His wife bore ' them to her bed-chamber, laid thorn upon '• the marriag«-bed, and spread a white coy- ' erine over their bodies. In the evening the li-.li—ii Meir came home. "Tfhere are my two sons," ho asked, "that I may give them my blessing? repeatedly walked round tho school, and I •aid not see the mthere." She reached him a goblet. He praised the Lord at tho going out of the Sabbath, drank, aud again asked: " Where aro my sons, that the}', too, may drink of Ihe cup of blessing? " " They will not be far off," she said, and placed food before him that h...

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 July 1872

Gvfmni) £tot* fflciuvmrt. MONDA- EVKK'Q, JULY 21, 1872/ COMMERCIAL. Itillilllnnil drain HurHft. Conn ash Fi.ora ExcnAKun.l liiciiM.Nn, July 22, 1872. > o_!'i rlntjs. Win M-W'tiili', 31122 Bushels ; Red, UiA bush fls. Ceax While, 34:14 bushels ] !__*_, 94 bu.-l>il.s hats— '_() bushels. Sale*. WnKAT—Wll'to, 140 bushels very good, #1.7.1 ; 79 prim", i|>i.77 ; WI4 prime, $1.78 ; ltu good, *I.7ii; 30 common, t1.40; IjHO prime. Ji.su; 24 fair, »1.c.0: .hi very good, *1.77 ; 12 common, *1.4n ; 4(1 fair, *! til 4a good, ff1.72 :80 good, 41.70. Red, .''B2 bushels very good purple straw' JI.M ; HOT) prime, 41 7.'i ;12 fair, 41.00 ;On prime, 41.7.1; 03 en".l. 41 (i.'i; 82 very good, 41 70 ; (is common, tljll i 744 very good, 41 72 ; ltd mixed, 41.05', 70 good purple straw 41 '">■ Coll.—White. 804 bushels very good, 7?c ; 120 m inn', 80s' I mixed, 160 Wesieri I, 75c. Re-exhibited. Wnr.Ai:— White, 9S bushel-. Red, 55 bushel*. Hats -200 bushels ■ Richmond Tobacco Market. JVM 10, 187 S...

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 July 1872

POLITICAL. T_ EP-Bl.lCA mahs Draßyi-two. COLONEL JOHN \V. JENKINS, Republican Presidential Elector at Large, will address lhe pMpti on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At tlie following tiirien anil place*: LAWRENCEVILLE, Brnnswfe. Co.. July 22 ; HIOKSFORD, Greensville in., July 27; COURT HOI'S-, Dinwlddie Co., July 31 ; COURT HOUSE. Nottoway Co , Auk. ' • BURKEVILLE, Nottoway Co., Auf. 2; FARMVIL_•_, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3 ; COURT HOUSE, Charlotte Co , Aug. 5; COURT HOI'SE, Amelia Co., Aug.* ; COURT HOUSE, Pov.lial.iii Co.. Aug. 7; Other di.tingulfhed speakers will also bo pres ent and adilrc.B tlie people. OE<>. VT. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th List. Com. JoftErH P. Evans, Secretary, 11y order of Republican State Ex. Com. I)ii. O. S. MILLS, Joh* W. \VoLT_, Chairman. Secretary. jy 20— ilsw-\vtau7 iEXGuMf6m.~ Richmond .kdDanvitl.B KAtl.noad Com pah r, 1 OPFICK OP (I.K'r.TICKKT AMI FIIP.IIIHT AUHKT, > Ricn.oiri), June BMb, 11*72. ) SPECIAL NOTICE—On mid arter Sutur. day next until...

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 July 1872

TUESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 23, 1572. Tational republican ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: rrxaXMnqs s. grant, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: HENUY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. THE REVENUE REFORM. "A duty only upon those articles which we could ili-pense with, known as luxuries, aud those of winch we upc more than we produce. " All duty removed from tea, coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced by our selves-. " Fneouragement to home products, employ ment to labor at living wages, and development of home resources. " Disappearance of the national tax-gatherer and inductionl of the national debt."— President tieant's Message. ——m———wm————wm In advocating the reelection of President Grant, we desire to be distinctly under stood as seeking a leader, not a ruler ; an efficient executive of the will of the great National Republican party, not a dictator of "my policy," ns his predecessor so hlind-y assumed to ho. Tt is as the tried, faithful, and able agent of the patriotic people who elec...

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 July 1872

<?vmin| £ tide grnmtnJ. TUESDAY KVEN'Ci, JULY _'~ 1872. CorTi'isis]*i'iiili'iici' of tin* .Toiirnivl, Th. AYooilliiwll l'nruiel-.' I'luh, mill thr I'olo innr I inn limwrr « A—orinllou—An I'.xciir •lnn on tlie ruiumnr—Hu.lnCM nnd __WM.|_ I'nllnl. A most unii|uc and delightful excursion came off to-dny, on the Potomac, From Washington to (._uantico. The AYoodlawn Farmers' Club, including many of the most prominent and successful farmers of Fairfax county, have a way of uniting business with pleasure that is worthy of general imita tion. Once a month they assemble at the house of sonle member of the club, discuss the most interesting iiuestions in agricul ture, and compare notes in their practical experience. Combined with this meeting is asocial feature. The fanners bring then wives and young people, and when the business is done, a good supper awaits—no less relished by the fact that the hardy sons of toil are waited upon by a dozen or two bright-eyed and intelligent maidens. It i...

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 July 1872

$B*t!tKo £t»U gflWttal TUESDAY HVE-TO, JULY 28, 187 S. i COMMERCIAL. Hi* tiiiioinl nittrkcl. (*orh Ann Fi.oi'n ■xchaviir, i . RnMHi July it, 1972. > ] OtTirtnot. i Win at—Whin*, —'78 eiulK'ls ; Red, l:lf_ bush- J *?Is. I'hum—White, 3U.OS liush—s ; mixeil, '40 biiflii'ls I lATii—l—o bushels. Kyk -7_ bushels. Sole*. ' Viif.at— -White, WiS bushels very good, (1.70 ; .00 very tcooil, H1.71 : 716 prime, •1.741 Ml . lirime. *l.?fl. L'4'J (rood ♦l.«- ; b 0 very pood. »1.72; .''ii IHIr, *i Ml. lied, 71l bushels fslr, *160; ]8_ v»*i-y K'od $170; 10S very Rood purple *1 til ; 7ii do , $1.611; 110 fair $1._5 ; l:lfl common, t 11.40 ; 121prt_e, *1.7 II: 70 good, $1.0.1, Corn—White. ft.v_ bushels very good, 79c", S mixed Mi; pnnic, We. Oat.— ♦Oobosti—• very good Western, p, t.; 4$ good spiiiig. He.; 40 new Western, We; I Km:-00 bushels good, 70c. ' ll'-exhibited. 1 WiiiiiT— White, Inn bushels. Red, 72 bushels. 1 I'nKX—White 2.-.111 bushels. j (lAT»—4OO bushels. ' Ri _—11 bu-iels. lii, liniini...

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 July 1872

felting £tote fmmuiL PCBI.tSHEIi. DAILY, B_M--W__K__ AND WEEKLY, *«s. »l'l% Mnlli Street, Richmond. Va. TERMS: DAILY—S6 per year; six months, $.1; three nonths, 41.M); 1 month, fiocents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6(I per year; si. months, '25; three months, 7fi cents. WBEKLY—4I .(io per year; sit months, 7.1 cents mtTWEKKhfitnil HKMI-WKRKLY JOURNAL i*Fh—■ at extremely low rates. BTEAMBHIPB. pon NEW YORK. __ *ni_ OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM- I' A.VY'S elegant sidewhcel steamship WYA NO YE. Capt. Cot-en, will snil on FRIDAY, July M)th, at 8 o'clock A. M. K.'ight received until 7 A. M. Through bills of lading signed, and goods for, warded with dispatch lo all points—north, south east and west. Close connections made with G-* nard line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsnrpw sod. Fare *IS no Steerage 6 00 ll..unil Trip Ti—tew 20 00 For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, iy 51 -21 No. 3 (Governor street. rpiir. sot in Kit > -ss.u ivi -ion hai*. JL FLE for the llenellt ...

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 July 1872

PITBI,l!lH?r l»'l!.\, SEMI-WLV.KLY AND #___—- AT run ■!'"• V, _i» MH l.iciy_o»i>, Vteei.ii I i>M tit ii DA-IKfA l-iter and Mannm-i-. TERMS : II A I I. - ~i,,.y,..,. tear I Three moathe *i M .\s month*. ts un I One month. .. .. ft" sl-Vll-WEK.Kr.V S-Tlli itv.„t Trpal>At A«li tt, l*l*T.J Urn year ti Mi 1 'liiree months 7» ,j ...,-t tt- c 1s» I One month 2ft WEEKLY flUKntl KVEKT W«n»KI>ll„T.; One year »1 Ml I Six monthi. 7. I LI'H KATES FOR SETHI-WEEKLY : Imr lenr. Sir Months Three Months :, ,0|.ie.5....iHl (Hi M f.O ">2 7ft in copies.... M Oil 111 00 ft ou "ii copies aft On 17 fto n 75 SH copies.... 7ft M 37 ftll 18 70 -■C" Specimen copies of each edition sent fret* CAMPAIGN JOURNJ.L. THE mm\k 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. - - $3.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - 50 .ddress STATE JOURNAL, Richmond. Va. WEDNESDAY EYE'G, JULY 24, 1372...

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 July 1872

WEDNESDAY KYK'G, JULY 21, IST.!, Letter from V.nh ( arollna. Washington, N. C, July in. Til the Editor if the State Journal l Having been circulating through the east ern portion of North Carolina tho past week, nnd mingling much with the people, 1 had a good opportunity of judging for myself ol the political condition of things, ami must say Tarn happily disappointed. 1 find the Republicans working with a will, and very jubilant antl hopeful of carrying the State election in August, and 1 think they will, by a clo.se vote ; but in November you can rely upon tho old North State rolling tip a heavy majority for Giant. I have not been able to find a single Republican that will vote for (Ireeley, and lind a great many Democrats that will not vote for him. Says an old Democrat to me, "in 1 _f*_ directly opposite of us in this street, we hung old Horace (ireeley in efligy and after letting him hang long enough for all in town to see him, we took him up by the court-house and touched fire...

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 July 1872

\\t,i>n.'>-'!>ay ivemj, july -j 1, im. 1*1)1.11 MAI. NOTES. — "John"' writes from Ohio to tlie New York SUn ! "Tr'uliing boys at school that each one nuiv j*,row up to be a President of ', the I ttitoil Slates, lam convinced is mis- 1 I'hievons in ils tendency. The men of Ohio j have all been brought up to believe this, anil the result is, it looks now as if every 1 man was going to vole for himself. —One of the western delegates lo the ' n.iitiinore convention, being asked if his ' party could not find a, Democrat .suitable tor MM Presidential nomination, replied that they had plenty of good candidates ; but, said he, "You see the Democratic machine is stuck in tho mud, and we want to move it. To do lhat we are not particu lar about the team we hitch on, whether it is a draft horse or a jackass. What we ] want is to move the machine. — A Wisconsin (ireeley man, whose I white bat was severely dusty from a long ' railroad travel, wanted to "know how the ' ulil thing worked" ...

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 July 1872

pfbushhti. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AN- WEEKLY, \«. 'Hit Main Street, ltliiiitir..i. Va. TERMS: DAILY—#6 per year; six months,*.; three lion tin, ♦l.fifl: 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.ftn per year; six month*, )2nj three irtcmths, 7(1 cent*. WKEKLY—fI M) per year; six month*, 7(1 cent* DWWEnKl.Tanil SK.VI-WF.BKI.T JOURNAL iHub* at extreme.il/ lon rate*. (Evening £tatt ggronai 2d. Edition THE SPEECHES YESTEIIIMY. The speeches made by Senator Wilson and Mr. Krenerick Douglass yesterday, were among the ablest and most brilliant efforts that are likely to be made in this city during the campaign. These gentle men met the issues now before the Ameri can people, especially as affecting the future welfare of the South, fairly and squarely, and gave the most convincing reasons why a change of administration and policy would work lo the detriment of the whole country. Mr. Douglass' speech was epigramalic and a model of directness. His argu ments were unanswerable, his deductions logical, and ...

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 July 1872

■— »> pr_Li._Br> v OUI.T, -_U-(-W_EIC-_ ANT) WEEK... Il AT t No. IUH M»t» Stb—rr, Kiohoxd, Yi-iimiA. _ ii ion inn DANIELS, K.litor and itlauaatr. ~ i! TERMS: - DAILY. .... miii. .. .. .♦(; et | Tlne» mi .illu-....tl 50 -ii nioniln .... SS nn I Onr month m r «_CMl>'W____.. t (l.ntl—* KT.RT Ti'BPriAT AUD f.ln.T.) 0 One *e:,i ... . .ti .'.O I Thiee nionthe 7ft t >»?. vrritul •;.. .. 1 _fi I One niolilri -1 WEEKLY. iMS-MD KVKHT W'vnspilPAT.l _ ' 'io* yeiir #1 SB j Six months 7ft iT.I'H HATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : Dm JVnr. Sir Months Three Moi.ll.it. !, levies. . .♦n Oil M Ml ♦•' lb 10 -©file! 20 00 111 IH) (I un { 111 . itne? 35 00 17 «l » 7.1 l '.' . opies 7S 00 S7 fto IN lb n iMf Specimen copies of paeh edition fret. / CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. ; THE WM STATE JOURNAL j WiU be sent lo CAMPAIGN SUB- j SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL j -LECTION, at the following greatly c reduced rates, upon receipt of the i price: ■ I Daily Edition - - S-3.00 8 Somi-W-eklv - - 75 J Weekly - - - - 50 , •...

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 July 1872

jjjSttj \ tate gflimtal THURSDAY EVENING, JULY to, 1872. LETT-R -UOi*l WAItKIiINTO-. Waiirenton, Va., 1 July 22, 1872.1 To the Editor of the Slnle Journal : Thinking that )ou would bo glad to have any little incident of news relating to the prOMBt canvass,es[)ecially in our own State, 1 send you a short account of the Greeley meeting held at our court, which is now in (session. According to the nolice given in the True. Index, published here, Zeph Turner, Ksq., of Rappahannock county, appeared at tlie appointed hour, with a number of lesser lighls, (if such a tiling could be,) where upon Colonel W. \V. Payne, ex-member of Congress many years ago from Ala bama, called the meeting to order. In the meantime, the Hon. Mayor of our little cily, John Hixey, Esq.) was seen leading upon the stand one of our most esteemed citizens, of some three score years and ten, being quite infirm, having lost one of his legs from some cause, who was kindly placed in a chair provided for the occasion. 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. — 25 July 1872

THURSDAY E\'EKINGrJULY _ 2iJ, 1872. THE SECRET BY Mils. M. f, WTrTs. * All, daimy dainty rose I I How diii you come to be 1 The sweet ami precious thing \ That here today 1 see ! 1 t Ah, sweet and passionate rose, 1 Tin secret now impart I listen and 1 wait t Above thy fragrant heart. Ah. pure and perfect rose, c Glowing and yet serene; I I crave thy balanced joy, What does thy beauty mean ? A tender little stir — I heard as in a dream : "We r.ses wait God's tune, However long it seem. "Where Ilehalh planted ns We grow as He doth will ; And show our love for Him By simply standing still. "And so He givith us Color nnd form and grace ; , And sudden, unaware, We glori'r the place." Sands or Gold. —Count no ono lost to thee wlio tlie— lov- ! ing tlico. —Many a one has kissed the trouble at parting that he met with trembling. —Truthfulness is a corner-stone in character, anil if it be not firmly laid in j youth, there will always be a weak spot in the foundation. : —Half the vices in th...

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