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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 2 July 1872

dvmittg £tatg f promt PVI-IIBID. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANTI W-EKt.T, i »•. Blax Main Street. Richmond, V*. TERMS: UAILY—*O per year; *lx month*, 13; thre* months, •l.fiO; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—•'".SO per year; *lx month*, 12B: three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY—*I.SO per year; six months, 76 cent* tekrWJSKKLVamI SE.Vr-WEBKI.Y JOURNAL flub* at extremely low rates. STEAMSHIPS. rjlOll NEW YORK. <_____ THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSIf_MX)M -PANY'S elegant sidewheel steamship WYA NOKE, Oapt. Couch, will sail on FRIDAY, July Bth, at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received until 2 P. M. Through bill* of lading signed, and goods for, warded with dispatch to all i>oints —north, south east and west. Close connections made with Cu nard line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Far*....* ♦12 00 Steernge « 00 Konnd Trip Tickets 20 00 For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, iy 2-:lt No. I Qovemor street. ExcuEsioNsT - I EXCURSION TRAIJI TO STAUNTON _ AND INTERMEDIATE ...

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 July 1872

(gwmtwj Mi 3fmitn»l MH__H I>AI_Y, SFJVIi-WF.EKLY AND WEEKLY, AT No RIM MslS STMBT. RIOHIIOStI, Vl*ol»IA. EltW AHH DANIRIA Eiliior nnd !Vlaiin«-r. TERMS I l> A I L. V • ,„, eV ear ** IS'j Three month*.... Al «0 dt months M on I One month do •sK.ill-WEEKEY. [issrse SVFRY Tr*Sl>AT AM) PSiIHAT.] in,. >t .ar *2 Ml I Three months 78 :-ix montl-s 1 _> I One month 25 mm _ (iMrSD IVSBI WR.HXII-Al.) Oue#ear *1 60 I Six months 75 Ct.T'H I'ATF.SI'III! Wr—l-W—Mfl Dim Tsar. Six Mruths. Tltrte Months. :, copies... »11 t*> **> Ml *3 7ft hi copies 20 en 1" no 800 il copies S6 IXI 17 BO S 75 .',O copies.... 75 00 37 60 IB 76 WT specimen copies of each edition sent free 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 Editkm - - $9.00 Sf-m'i-Weeklv - - 75 Weekly - '- - - 50 Address' STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. 'iri:si)A\ r i-yENiN(i, July _, ...

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 July 1872

(gyftitofl £tate gmmrot 2, 187_ Republican .11, ci hi...: In Highland I'onntr. Tli the Editor of the State Journal: At a meeting of a portion of the Repub lican party of Highland county, heltl at Monterey, on the 2."> th day ol June, 1572, Valentine I?ird, Ksq., was called to the chair, and Henry M. Tomlinson, elected secretary. The following gentlemen were appointed delegates to the Republican Congressional Convention whichh meets in Staunton on tho •—— day of July next: Monterey Township.—V. 11. Carver and William Lowry. Blue Oram Tmmihip, JMim Wade and Jonas Col.ivy. Stonewall Toumship.—S. J. Reynolds and John Gt. Wilson. The following resolution was unani mously adopted: That the Republicans of Highland county cordially endorse the nom ination of Cencral Grant and Senator Wil son for President anil Vice-President of the United States, and bitterly condemn the parricidal course of Horace Greeley. On motion the meeting adjourned, after directing that these proceedings be publis...

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 July 1872

(g-wmig, ffatc jmml TUESDAY EVENINO, JULY 2, 1872. THE 1 'VI-Mi; 11 1 TEDI'TH ALL. My lord rides through the palace gale, My lady sweeps along in state. The sage think* long on many a Hung, And the maiden muses on marrying; The sailor plows the foaming sea. The huntsman kills the good red deer, And the soldier wars without a fear; Bui tall to each what*- befall, The farmer lie must feed them all Smilh hammereth cherry red the sword, Priest preachelh pure the holy word, Dame Alice worketh braiding well. Clerk Richard tales of love can toll; The tap wife sells her foaming beer, Dan Fisher fishes in tho mere, And courtiers' ruffles strut and shtn". While pages bring the Oascon w me. Man builds his castles fair and high: Wherever liver runneth by ; Great cities rise in every land, Oreat churches show the builder's hand, Oreat arches, monuments and lower*, Fair p daces and pleasing bowers ; (I real work is done, be it here or there, And well man worketh everywhere. But work or rest, whal...

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 July 1872

<&xtmxs gMt journal rtTDi.isnsn. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKJ-Y AND WEEKLY, l N*. M_N "Wnlll StreH, Richmond, Va. TERMS t DAILY—to per year; six months, $3; three ■nonius, -I.on; 1 month, Oil cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—.2.BO per year; six months, :>2.); three months, 70 cents. WEEKLY—*I.OO per year; six months, 75 cents V 3 WEEKLY ami SKMI-WEBKLT JOURNAL i'lubs at extremely low rates. STEAMSHIPS. JPOR MiIVVIIRK.™' _-__ffr, THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM PANY'S elegant sidowheel steamship WYA NOKE, Capt. CoevH, will sail on FRIDAY, July oth, at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received until 2 I. M. Through bills of lading signed, antl goods for, warded with dispatch to all point*—north, south east and west. Close connections made with Ou nard line for foreign port*. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare »12 00 Steerage 6 00 Round Trip Ticket* 20 00 For freight or passage, apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, jy 2—3t No. 3 Governor street. __XC--IH__IS. I-IXCURSION TRAIN TO STAUNTON _ AND INTERMEDIATE ...

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 July 1872

CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. ; THE VIMMA STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, upon receipt of the price : D&Hy Edition - - 82.00 Semi-Weekly - - 75 Weekly - - - - BO Address STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JULY 3, l:-7_. MTIQNAL REFUBLICM TICKET FOE PEESIDENT: ULYSSES H. G-.--VN--\ 01'" ILLINOIS. VOIt VICE PEESIIIEN'T: j____6__»j-___r ".VIX-HON, oe Massachusetts. this MAVKIrVB reform. "A. duty only upon Iho ra articles which wo could (11 _ienso with, known a. luxuries, and those of which we use more than we produce. "All duty removed from tea,codec,and other articles of universal use not produced by our selves. •• Fn-ouraffPin-nt to home products, employ ment to labor nt livinc wuges, and development of homo resources. " Disappearance of tho national tax-gatherer nnd reduction of the -ati.nal debt.' '—President Grant's Message. 11l- FOVItTH. As to-morrow is tho great national holi day of t...

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. — 3 July 1872

WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JULY 3, 1872. Agriculture [n Californln. In California the rains begin late in October. \ The grass is green all winter ; plowing be gins on tho lirst of December; wheat, bar ley, oats, and other crops are sowed as soon ! as the land can bo made tit ; nnd sowing i and planting arc continued as late as March. ' Thus the husbandman has three or four \ months to put in his crops. Trees arc also I transplanted in this season. South of San J Francisco, and in the great San .loaquin ,' Valley, frost is rarely known, roses bloom i all the winter through, the (lower garden ' is constantly full of 'lowers, aud many j shade trees,' like the acacias, tho pepper- , tree, and tho live oaks, keep their foliage ' green the year round. Corn is planted J from March to May, and harvested as late , as December. In the southern counties, ■ and in the San Joaquin Valley especially, ] many farmers take two crops from the i same field—wheat or barley for the first, 1 ami corn for the seco...

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. — 3 July 1872

fwmnfl ftatt &m*& WEDNESDAY EVFVG, JULY 3, 1872. Uoo.lWiiy to Drive Aivay lints. This plan is followed chiclly in Paris by men who make it a special business. Tliey Hike a deep tub with water on tho bottom, and a little elevation in tbe middle like an island, on which is only place lor ono rat to sit on. The top is covered and has a large balanced valve, opening downward ; on the middle of this valve a piece of fried pork or cheese is fixed, and when a rat walks on it lo get the cheese the valve goes down, drops the rat in the water, and moves back in posi tion. A road is made from a rat bole to the top of the tub by means of a piece of board rubbed with cheese, so as to make tho walk attractive for the rats. In the course of a single night some ten or twenty, or even more rats may go down, and if tho island was not there they would be found most all alivo in the morning quietly swimming around; but the provision of the little island saves the trouble of killing them, becaus...

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. — 5 July 1872

I lit' lIIJVIITL ' Ul bllia pi'l'iri.i; I'M HOl IMMIII CII I encouraged by the patronage with which their efforts have hitherto been met, and with the view of presenting to the public an EXHIBITION OF SURPASSING EXCELLENCE, Hare, during the past winter, selected from the various cities of England, France, and America THE MOST TALENTED ARTISTS IN THE PROFESSION, Including the most Beautiful Lady Riders, the most Daring Lady Gymnasts, tho most Re nowned Equestrians, the most Skillful Trapez ists, the most Surprising Acrobats, the most Powerful Athletes, the most Accomplished Jes ters, the most Elegantly Trained Horses ; added to which they have secured the RAREST MASTERS IN ART AND MOST TASTEFUL DECORATORS, to give effect to this Great Concentration of THE HIGHEST ORDER OF ARENIC TAL ENT KNOWN TO THE WORLD ! Recently engaged, the C E L E 11 R A T E D ZITELLA TROUPE of Female Gymnasts, Acrobats, Athletes and Contortionists. An exclusive speciality without extra charge, i A MONSTER KAFF...

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. — 5 July 1872

CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. I THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL ; Will U sent to CAMPAIGN SUB- \ SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL < ELECTION, at the following greatly ' s reduced rate 3, upon receipt' of the i price: Daily Edition - - &2.00 i Semi-Weekly - - 75 ' Weekly - - - - 50 , iddress STATE JOURNAL, Richmond, Va. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1872. i NATIONAL REYuBLICAN tTcKEtT | FOR PRESIDENT: I TJLYrSSIf-S H. Cil.tjV_NT, OS' ILLINOIS. ' 1 FOR VICE PRESIDENT: I lIETNIIY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. THE REVENUE REFORM. " A duty only upon those articles which wo could dispense with, known as luxuries, and those of which we use more than we produce. " All duty removed from tea, coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced by our -elves. " Encouragement lo home products, employ ment to labor at living wages, and development of home resources. " Disappearance of the national lax-gatherer and reduction of the national debt."— Prteidcnt Grant's Message. OFFICERS REPUBLICAN STATE CEN. TRAL C...

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. — 5 July 1872

Dill '.•«■■ Throughout the Nntion n Knowledne , of the Facts', I " That, to the farmer, the most op- > pressivc of all taxes is that of transporta- , tlon; that this diminishes as producers and < consumers are brought together; and that, ■ with every step in that direction, his land increases in money value: i " That what the planter most needs, is ' such increase in the domestic consumption . of cotton, as will tend to diminish his de- c pendence on limited and precarious foreign j markets; and that this increaso follows - necessarily on the increased demand for ■- labor, and increased reward of service, I which have, in each and every period of , protection, resulted from the extension of ] our mining and manufacturing operations : ' "That to the textile manufacture, the thing j of most importance is steady demand for all r his products; that all our experience goes j to prove that such demand has invariably j accompanied increased development of our c wonderful mineral trea...

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. — 5 July 1872

HUMOROUS. —Old mauls aro iloscribed ns " umbers f from which the sparks have lied." —A dark colored, red headed fly is eat ing up tlie potato bugs in Illinois. —They say that croquet players out 1 west have adopted the ten hour system. —"Mother, I'm afraid n fever would go , hard with me." "Why, my son?" "Cause you sec, mother, I'm so small that there wouldn't be room for it to turn." —A Vermont agricultural editor gives the following directions lor cultivating roots : "First blast a hole in the ground, then plant the root, then build a fire over it to keep it warm." This is " vhat he knows about farming." —A little boy the otl.or day was put into long trowsers for the first time. Some one asked him why he had changed. " Well," ho replied, " the boys made fun of me, and j 1 wasn't going to woar my pants at half-mast ' any longer." — A young lady, annoyed by a lot of simpletons who under her window at night sing "If ever I cease to love," wishes us to say if they will stop that fooli...

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. — 6 July 1872

The manJcers of this popular establishment , encouraged by the patronage with which their efforts have hitherto been met, and with the ' view of iiresenting to the public an j. EXHIBITION OF SURPASSING i EXCELLENCE, Have, during the winter, selected from the _ various cities of England, Prance, and America _ THE MOST TALENTED ARTISTS IN THE ( PROFESSION, Including *he most Beautifid Lady Riders, the . most Daring Lady Gymnasts, the most Re- ( liuwned Equestrians, the most Skillful Trapez- ■ isls, Ihe mon Surprising Acrobats, the most * Powerful Athletes, the most Accomplished .Test iers, the must Elegantly Trained Horses ; added j lo which thoy have secured the ' RAREST MASTERS IN ART , AND MOST TASTEFUL DECORATORS, , to Rive effect to this Great Concentration of t THE HIGHEST ORDER OF ARENIC TAL- 8 BNT KNOWN TO THE WORLD ! Recently engaged, the CEI.F,B RAT E D i ZITELLA TROUPE of Female Gymnasts, , Acrobats, Athletes and Contortionists. An exclusive speciality without extra charge,...

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. — 6 July 1872

VIi.IIAY EVENING, JULY ii, 1872. HUMOROUS. —Old niHiils are described as "embers ' from which the sparks have fled." —A dark colored, red headed fly is eat ing up the potato bus* in Illinois. —They say that croquet players out r west have adopted tlie ten hour system. —"Mother, I'm afraid a fercr would ro t hard with me." "Why, my son?" "Cause you see, mother, I'm so small that there wouldn't be room for it to turn." —A Vermont agricultural editor gives the following directions lor cultivating roots : "Tirsl blast a hole in tlie ground, then phut the root, then build a fire over it to keep it warm." This is "what he knows about tanning." —A little boy the other day was put into long trowsers lor the first time. Some one | asked him why he had changed. " Well," ho replied, " the boys made fun of me, and ] j 1 wasn't going to wear my pants at halt-mast any longer." — A young lady, annoyed by a lot of j simpletons who under her window at night sing "If ever 1 cease to love," wishes us ...

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. — 6 July 1872

SATURDAY KVENING, JULY 0,1872. natioml mm\m wm, FOR PRESIDENT: ULYSSES ft. GKAIVT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : . HEINBT WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. THE REVENUE REFORM. " A duty only upon those articles which we could disjiense with, known as luxuries, and those of which wo use more than we produce. " All duly removed from tea, coffee, nnd other articles of universal use not produced liy our selves. " Encouragement to home |>roducts, employ ment to labor at living wages, and develojiment of home resources. 11 Disappearance'<>f the national tax-galherer and reduction of the national debt."— President (Ira of s Message. OFFICERS RKPUIILICAN STATE CKlf. I'RAL COMIHITTEI.. \V. 11. If. Stowell, chairman; Jolm W. Woltz, Secretary ; J). B, Parker, Treasurer. All letters should be address ed to John W. Woltz, Secretary, Rich mond, Virginia. l-I.I'UBLICAN' CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CONVENTION. A delegated convention will be held in Ihe city of Alexandria on the rtitsr way op Al'ul's...

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. — 6 July 1872

.-ATI i:i>.\\ I'.YI.NlNii, JULY 0,1372. : Wliiifir.* -\ Ui'tmiiisiTiifP ot the. Port. A correspondent of tlie Providence Jour- j nal, who lias lately visited John (i. Whit tic7', gives -his account of a conversa'ion , with him : Everybody knows, too, that Mr. Whit- i tier was an original abolitionist with Ciarri- j son, though ho did not agree with him in , all his ultra notions. lie told me that j when Garrison was imprisoned in '.VI for j publishing his anti-slavery paper in Haiti- , more, ho was sorely tried, being himself • very poor and without influence to find out j how he could aid him. Mr. Garrison was , n great admirer and friend of Clay, and had i written a sti ong article urging his noinina- J tion for the Presidency. Mr. Whitticr said , he inclosed the ai ticle'iu a note to Mr. Clay, i asking him to use his influence for tiarri- j son's release from prison, and that Mr. , Clay responded cordially at once that he j should have done everything in his power j for his fr...

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. — 8 July 1872

PUBTISRin. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, X: 919H Main Street, Rleltnead, v.. TERMS: DAILY—*- per year; »ix months, »8; three months, »1.60; 1 month, CO cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.rm )>or year; six montha )2oj tliree months, 7.'i cents. WEEKLY—*] .80per year; six months, 78 cents WrVWUKKLYaniI URMI-WEBKLT JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low rates. AMUSEMENTS. AfIRUINIA HAM,. STARTLING WONDERS AND MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS. COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY Brn. Prof. GUNNELLE, THE GREATEST SPITITUAL MEDIUM IN THE WORLD. THE DAVENPORT BROTHERS OUTDONE. Whilii Prof. Onnnelle is securely Hod hy any lierson present the most profound nnd startling wonders will be produced, ALL IN FULL VIEW OF THE AUDIENCE ! Doorsi open at ,'i; lierformancu commence at bH. Admission 5-cents. jy3_jr ACADEMY OF MCBIC. VARIETY" THEATRE MONDAY EVENING, July Bth, and every evening during the week. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. First appearance of tho Great English Sensa tional Artiste, engaged at an enormous exponse. Miss DORA DORWAN,...

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. — 8 July 1872

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 Edition - - $2.00 Semi-Weekly - - r/, 5 Weekly - - - - 50 Address STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY IVBNINQ, JULY 9, 191%, KATOSAL mmm was. •- . —: . -• FOR PRESIDENT: OI ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: I-IIS-NltY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS, THU lU.VE-tiliE REFORM. " A duty only upon tlio™ articles which vo could d-ipeiHß with, known as luxuries, and those of which we use more than wo produce. " All duty rfmoved from tea, coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced hy our selves. " Encouragement (o home produols, employ ment to labor at living wages, and development ol home resources. "Disappearance of the national tax-gatherer and reduction of tho rational debt."— President drant's Mesaage. RICHMOND ASA RAILROAD CENTRE. It is just as well to sometime- indulge in a pleasant reverie of ovr present, and cheerful forec...

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. — 8 July 1872

Fourth—Politics. BUCHINOIIAM C. 11., \ July 4th, 1872. / To tht Editor of the State Journal: To-day in honor of '' Independence" a barbacuc was given near the court-house,by the colored people atone, and attended by a general turnout, the number attending be ing estimated at from 1,800 to 2,000 peo ple, among whom were many whites, to whom a general invitation had been extend ed. Rev. A. W. Childs presided. The Declaration of Independence was read by Mr. Edward S. Lomax, and Hon. Frank Moss was the orator of the day. A sump tuous and ample repast was furnished for all, and tho barhacue was the most success ful given in tho county for many years. Tbe procession was formed at the colored church, and with music and mounted mar shals passed through town bearing the na tional flag and presenting a line appearance. At tho close thoy returned to town in pro cession, and stirring Republican speeches were delivered by Hon. I rank Moss, C_csar Perkins, and others. We regreted to see some pers...

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. — 8 July 1872

MONDAI KVKMNii, JULY 8, IS7». 1..1 ".•" Corresyiolldenre. Mr. (is'-i'ly Is so busy trirrmiing his horses an.. cinryiaf his Hint he finds luit little time for eorrespondenoo. lie lias < been enabled to indite the following epistle '7 at odd hiiiiis, however : CH APT AQUA, June IS, 1572. j My li'itr llaraliu: Thanks for your , congratulations. More harness leather j used than necessary. I shall urge the iv- 1 traduction of elephants, cut a slip in their < tail and hook your plotige to it. You can insert a wire ring (for ornament) to hitch your phaeton to when you drive out of an t afternoon. Hemlock sawdust and sorgum j molasses- -feed with a teaspoon. 1 Yours, 11. O. Orange County Dairy Association : 1 siiall have Jackson's equestrian statue removed and a cheese-press in its place in forty-eight hours. 1 think we can utilize elephants' milk—if they don't kick. lam ] hound that the clerk girls in tho department shall be up at ."i in the morning. The male clerks can live on whey ...

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