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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 26 July 1872

IAHUI IHMHriIKHI tviv ei*ir.l», POLITICAL. ir> i.n iiiji n MASS MEETINfii. JOLONEL JOHN" W. JENKINS, liean Pre*ulPiiti:il Elector at Large, will noMre*s the people*cm the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following Limes and places: IAWRENCKVILLK, Brunswick Co., July 52; HIOKSVOKIS UrecuHville Co., July W\ COURT HOT T SE, DlnwMdie Co., July 31 ; COURT HOITAK, Nottoway Co , A«tf. 1 ; RURKEYH'T'E, Nottowny Co., Aug:. 2 ; FARMVILLK, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3 ; COURT HOI'SK, Charlotte Co, Aug. fi; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co., Aug. 6 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; "WARSAW, Richmond county, August 10. Other distinguished speakers will also he pres ent and address the people. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th Inst. Com. Jo s kp%P. Evans, Secretary, By order of Republican State Ex. Com. Vm, C. s. MILES, John W. Woltz, Chairman. Secretary. j> 20—d«w&wt.ati7 REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CONVENTION. A delegated convention "will be held In the city of Alexandria on the fikst day or...

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. — 26 July 1872

"national republican ticket, FOR PRESIDENT: I7__lhsM_M S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ZIISpIStY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Till-: REVENUE RFFORM. " A duly only upon those articles which we could dispense with, known as luxuries, and those of which we use more than we produce. " All duty removed lrom tea, coffee, and other articles of universal ui-o not produced by our selves. "Encouragement to home products, employ ment to labor at living wages, and development f home resources. '* Disappearance of the national tax-gatherer and reduction of the i ational debt."— President Grant's Message. THE LOUISVILLE CONVENTION. One of tlio great errors comuiitted at Baltimore, as looking to the success of the Democratic-!ireeley ticket, was the supreme contempt with which the convention treated the " straight-outs, " as if their influence iv the canvass could be of no earthly ac count. It is true that the number of the straight-outers in the convention wa, small, owing to the ciafty m...

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. — 26 July 1872

Richmond, July 23, 1872. To M. J. Ori/lith, Ks<]., Chairman, Sfe. : Dear Sir—l have the pleasure to acknowl edge your letter of the 20th, on behalf of the Republican Committee of Fredericks burg, inviting me lo address a Republican meeting at that place on the Sth proximo. T am compelled to decline the invitation, as 1 have done others, although duly sensi ble of the honor done me. 1 have a busi ness engagement in Richmond on that day, which will prevent me frmn'aecopting it, if there were no other impediment. But nothing would tempt me to take the stump this summer except the conviction that by that means only can Horace Gree ley be beaten ; and as that cannot be, be cause he will bo beaten certainly without il, and if not, any speech from mo would be of little avail, I must bog to be excused. To be candid, as well as serious, how ever, I must say that T am not prepared at present to take the stump for Gen. Grant. I am a Democrat (by which 1 mean a consti tutional Republican) on...

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. — 26 July 1872

t>- nmtfl jgjWXftl 1 111 PA Y~~KVENING, ITi'T/V 26,187*. COMMERCIAL. Uichiiioiid tiruin >1:u1..-i, Corb and Flour Exohasub, I Rt-'HMiiM'. July 20, 1872. \ offcring9. Wheat —While, 6112 rmshels , Rid, ;I7IU hush els. Cons—White, 292 bushels ; yellow, 'ss bushels; mixed, 1484 bushels. Oats —1220 bushels, i:v 1. .'.,: bushels. Meal—l 4 bushels. I'eas—Blue-eyed, .10 bushels; black-eyed, 20 bushels. Sides. Wheat—White, SBti bushels very good, *1.70; 12 common, »1.40 ; 4n prime, Jt1.72; Ml good, •I.M; 114.- prime, (11.76; 198 fair, (11 60; 1011 l good, p. t. ; y:,o very good, (.1.7.1 ; 102 common, (4.60 ; 4'iti very good, d 1.72 ;98 very good, $1.71 ; :io iriioe, (t1.74 ; los common, *1.0.i; ,188p.lme, p. t. ; 311 choice, $1.7.'). Red, 6:14 good,»l. (ill; Ml common, il.lA; U4 very good, $1.8.1; 4Stigood, p. t. ; 1.H4 prime, $1.7.1; lti4 purple straw, $180; dodo., »1.&6; 100 good, $1.61 ; i 4 common, $1 .10 ; 44 fair, $1.66 ; 204 common, $1.4.1. t'oa.y—White, 212 bushels prime, 7...

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. — 27 July 1872

LAWRENCEVILLE, Brunswick Co., July 23; HIOKSFORI", Oreen*ville Co., July 27; COURT HOUSE, Dinwiddle Co., July 31 ; COURT HOUSE. Nottoway Co, Aug. 1 ; FURKEVILI.E, Nottoway Co., Aug. 2; FARMVILLE, Prince Edward Co., Aug; .1; CI 'URT HOUSE, Charlotte Co , Aug. 5; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co., Aug. 6 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; WARSAW, Richmond county, Augmt 10. Other distinguished speakers will also be pres ent and address the peoplo. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Chairman 4th List. Com. Jo«epii P. Evan, Secretary, By order of Republican State Ex. Com. Da. C. S. MILLS, Jo»k W. Welts, Chairman. Secretary. jy 20—dswA-wtaiiT REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL, DISTHH.'T CONVENTION. A delegated convention will bo hold in the city of Alexandria on the first dat or Auucst nkXT, at 12 o'clock M , for tho purpose o' select ing a Presidential elector, a candidate for Con gress, and a Congressional committee for this (the I) district. Each county embraced in the district will be entitled to a represention in the c...

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. — 27 July 1872

—. '■■■ - „ ~r r ifvmni| £tate §mm, II ' ■■■ , iH.> SEMI-WEEKLY AM' WEEKLY \ ■•i, iiiH Ml** N-SfT. Hi»««'"u> Vieoieis TOW tlll> UANIEI*, EilHer and llaniieer. — TEEMS D A I I. V ..,,.,, . ...*(• u-j Tliiec month!-....* ISO . „ riiiniths f< Mi I One month «" »BI*H*WKKIJ.T. lISSUItn BYIRT -ITBSI'AV '•"• ""•«»■) i in* war tf W I Three months 7» ~x ~.oiMi I HI nn» month » WEEKLY. ,issfsr. srsst eTf»__e»«tJ tine year « Bu | Six months 715 CT.t'P. RATES FOR SEMI-WMSKLTi this Vscir. Six Monti* Thret MoHtfks -, cues**. ..en i»' *» » * 2 7r ' „;,„„e5.... 20 01, nils; JJJ ... , , pi,.. 3S HO 17 *» ■ 70 M c011ie..... 7/100 S7 HO IS 7" Sfif SpeotnUtl Ogllee of ea.-h e.lUinn sent fre»- CAMPAIGN JOURNAL THE VIRtUM STATE JOURNAL Will be sent to CAMPAIGN SUB SCRIBERS until the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, at the following greatly reduced rates, npon receipt of the price: t>:uly Edition - " ($3.00 St-mi-Weekly - - 7r> Weekly - - - - I*o Address bTATE JOURNAL, Richmond. Va. SATURDAY KvT.N...

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. — 27 July 1872

llic Dolly Vnrden Craze. To the Editor of the State. Journal : I want to ask one question. Can any one tell me why in this present ago of Christian civilization everything new, and a great many things not new,are called "Dolly Vardens ? ' Every conceivable thing you see is a "Dolly Varden," from a canal boat to a bunch of hair pins, and I've fully made up my mind, never, as long as 1 retain my senses, to have anything approaching a "Dolly Varden." Because a certain fic titious character, (for no poison in real life would have done such a thing unless she were "clean daft" in her senses) chose to put on two or three dresses one on top of the other (probably tho upper ones were out-grown, some she had when a child) and then catch them up into such hideous bunches, as if she were hump backed all orcr ; or because a certain man sought to make the characters in his book dilferent from the characters in all other books (for you might know it was a man's invention, they know so little abou...

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. — 27 July 1872

_... t ur. H #tM journal. SAT! UI>AY EVENT., JULY 27,1^73. Killings" Wit nml Wisdom-Hood Rr/oliislmns I'.r I*l-s .'- I*TS. That i wont smoke enny more cigar?, only at sumhody's else's expense. Tint i wont berry or lend—cspeshly lend. That i will liv within mi inkum, ii 1 have tow git trusted tew do it. That i will be polite to every body, ex cept muskcetcr.s and bed bugs. That i wont advise emiy boddy until i Kiio the kind ov advise they are anxious tew follow. That i wont wear cnny more titc boots, if i have to go barefoot to do it. That I wont eat any more chicken soup with a one-tmed fork. That i wont swop _OgS with no man, un less i kan swop two for one. That i wont ohjekt tew MM man an ac koun of hi/, color, unless he happens tew be blue. That i wont sware cnny, unless i am put under oath. That i wont believe in total depravity, only in fiin at 4 sbilliniis a gallon. That poverty may be a blessing, but if it it, Hi/, a blessing in disguise. That i will take* mi whiskey herea...

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. — 29 July 1872

~*— ■ — rtntimtii. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, Vo. '.IP!* Main Strerl, Rlrliinaml, Va. TERMS: DAlLY"—srt per year; six mouths, $3; three ■Yionths, *1.50 i 1 month, 50 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.St) jwr year; six months, J2_ three Ytionths, 75 cents. WEEKLY"—tI .80 ih'l- year; six mom hs, 75 cents tSSi'Wi:i-:Kt.l'a,ul filijtJ-HhtiKLY JOVRKJ.I. «"?i/5f 11/ exlremehi low rates. _ _ —__—,_ AUCTION HOUSE. H Mccormick, NO. Ml* MAIN STREET RICHMOND, VA., AUCTIONEER * COMMISSION MfiRCHANT Keeps on hand, for sale to the trade or families _l private salo, a large stock of CROCKEKY, GLASSWARE, FDRNITtniE, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, kc All of which will be sold at auction prices, wholesale nnrl retail. WAI'DTION SALES DAILY at 10 A. M. and P. M. jy 27—Dm INSTALLMENT STORE. mill! ORKUVU. INSTALLMENT HOUSE, 1438 MAT*. STr.rsr, RicitMomi, Visum*. I offer for sale Ihe following goo.ls for cash, or by weekly or monthly payments. For cheap ness, qualily, and vaiiety, second to none in the fct; for a...

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. — 29 July 1872

THK RKVFMJE IIFFOIt.II. "A tlu Ly 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 trom tea, coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced by our selves. " Viieournfroment to home products, employ ment to labor at living wages! and development of home resources. " ilisappoarance of lite national tax-gatherer and reduction of tho l.ational debt."— Preshh.nl (.rant's Message. CHIEF among the blessings which the American laborer must recognize ns flow ing to him from the policy of the National Republican party is I .tOTiXTION* to iio.uk inijustby. Powerless alike have b on Ihe attacks of the scheming allies of foreign manufacturers and the selfish argu ments of impoiters, who might be tempo rarily benefitted by unchecked introduction of loreign goods, reinforced by others who, honestly perhaps, but not less mistakenly, aJvocate the free-traders' theory—to "buy in the cheapest maiket a...

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. — 29 July 1872

Knilroßfl rare. To tht Editor ofthe State Journal ; What can guard the public against ex tortions and impositions ? They are so con stantly practiced on railways, steamboats, turnpikes and canals, and at hotels, thea tres, fairs, etc.; in snort, at every place of public gathering tho public are looked upon as sheep to be sheared. The newspaper is our weapon of defence ; through it the pub lic can be warned of danger, and taught by co-operation to resist. The Baltimore and Potomac railroad, controlled by such a man as Col. Thomas A. Scott, is not one on which tho public would expect the petty tricks of a one horse railroad. The distance from Long Branch station, in Fairfax county, to Washington is fifteen miles ; tho fare $1.15; the rate eight cents per mile! It is fair to assume that the whole table is in propor tion, and it is not an exaggeration to call such a rate of fare an extortion. The company had to pay pretty largely, 1 doubt not, to get their road, and to get it through 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. — 29 July 1872

_\vi'.vm, ruitr MONDAY EVENING. Jl LV 29, 18Z2. COMMERCIAL. " Id lotion.l I.ruin Market, ''"«> AND Fl.OfR 1 . ~ ~ ...... / Richmond, July 2d. 1572. \ RtHaXKI —Offering* of wheal on 'change to day ihe biggest tlii--cason. Sales of wheat now In greater qhiiiHl I. - than on any day sine. ~ ;v son opened. Market neiive ; prune while, f1.7. 01.73 . prime red. *1.711. I _/- rings. Win; ir- White, 6576 Dushels ; Red, .'re bush els. Cork—While, 772 bushels; mixed, l-IPI biislici*. I iats.—lol2 bushels. Kvk -130 bushels. Sales. Wheat— White, J7W bushels prime, $1.72; 792 Very good. •1.70 J 214 prime, * 1.70 ; 100 prime, ♦ 175. 334 i'.iir, I'.Mj "it common, tl.no; 300 good, ♦ lo.i; 20 common, 11.80; 2SS very good; tl OS ; 552 good. tl.«« I 83U very go.nl, tl'liS ; 146 good, *l.o_'. Bed, ll>W good, tl BO; 20 common, *1.40. |S3« prime, tl."0; IS2 good. »1.«2; 60 common, *l 48: 7«2 very good, ll.ftf,; 210 com mon, $1 .in ; ISO very good, *1,67 ; Ut very good tl 6.-. ; US fair, H.M. Corn —W...

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. — 30 July 1872

(.i'enmfl £tat* gmmtal rrßi.umin. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY ANI) WEEKLY, **. 91'JK Main Street. Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY—IB per year; six moKths, H| three iionth., I>l ./Ml i 1 month, fio cents. f_II-WEEKLY— *2.8<) per year; *Ix months, Sj three months, 7.1 cents. EEKLY--*1 .m per year; fix months, 70 cents tUT WMXXL V nnd SKMI-WKRKLT JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low rates. POLITICAL. T> EPIIU.K A* MASS 3IKETING. CHLONEL JOHF W. JENKINS, Ha jiican Presidential Elector at L.arfl.e, will address the peoplo on the POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY, At the following times and places: EAWRENCEVIEEE, Brunswick Co., July 22; HICKSFOtth, Greensville Co., July 27; OOT'RT HOUSE. Dinwiddle Co., July Si ; COURT HOUSE. Nottoway Co , Aug. 1 ; HURKEYTM.E, Nottow.iy Co., Aug. 2; FARMVII,EE, Prince Edward Co., Aug 3 ; Ci iURT HOUSE. Charlotte Co , An*. 6; COURT HOUSE, Amelia Co.. Aug. 6 ; COURT HOUSE, Powhatan Co., Aug. 7; < Mher iH-uim uished speakers will also be pres ent and address the people. 08...

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. — 30 July 1872

i_-Vvttlnc. Witt pKtiHt , , -i. >-fcKlil._ t • * jl?»| N_i* stkhxt. kiflKHoai). Vt.ni.iA pimjKii DANtRIA »"<iiii>r and ftuaaje', terms: DAILY. .~, )MI Mt*"l Three mi'iitiv *l M I- notitia *S on! (me month M *KVII-«FI'KI,V. J :'.-.IHI. KCKKT It Sst»AT AWI l-Mll.T-l .>.• .'.n j Three months 78 , :...••. . 1 Aft ! Ottrf mC'ttlli V MH KI.Y :*.-. su r.vi.vT w*Tvti_"Dat.l .'"...-.Mil-.. tl -io I Sis nu-i.th" '*< ,1.1 li RATE* FOB SEMI-WEEK IV .... '~,..i' Sir Months. Thne Months /, inple*. ..♦!! en t» «i *- »* .., 2D Mi 111 I"' f ' JJ ■II (II)MHS ,ifi im 17 •• • ? 6 CO] :... 7.'i 00 S7 60 IS 7f. e.er Specimen ronie* of oncl\ edl'iou v.'nt frc TUfiSOAt EVENING, JULY 30,1872. MTIOMLJEPUBLffiAN TICKET 7 FORPRESII'EIMT: OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: AVILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. rirctnis for the Slate at Large, COLONEL JOHN W IENKINS, COLONEL JOHN R. POPHAM. lint District—Da, W. W DOUGLASS. Sir.mil " C. P. RAWSDELL. Third " Not Supplied. Fourth " ROSS HAMILTON. Filth " Not ."Su...

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. — 30 July 1872

dwaittfl £tatt gour«al. lUESDAY EVENING, JULY 30. 1872. ~f.ltA.Vl' A_l> WII.SO.V Apr-enl to Women oT Anterloa—The Na tional W 1.111:111 MillrriKi' Association. To the Women of ttie i'nlted States : Women ofthe United States, the hour for political action has come. For tho first time in the history of our country woman has been recognized in the platform of a large and dominant party. Philadelphia has spoken and woman is no longer ig nored. She is now officially recognized as part of the body politic. The fourteenth plank of its platform declares "tho Repub lican party mindful of its obligation to the loyal women of America ; it expresses grat ification that wider avenues of employment have been open to women, and it farther declares that her demands for additional rights should be treated with respectful consideration." We are told that this plank does not say much, that in fact it is only a "splinter;" and our "liberal" friends warn us not to rely upon it as a promise of the bal...

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. — 30 July 1872

I! EST) \ V EVENING. JULY 30,1871 •■ \VaS_S n> Bfc A* LUHfMI ° Tlie edPor fat in hi ihci mi Attfl looked th - old man in ihe Oje ! Th< 11 _I:hh id :it the grinninj young hopeful, and t mournfully mode this reply : " ]< your ton a small unljound edition of Moses i and Solomon both ? Can he compass bis spirit in ■nt-knese, and ; s' rangl-' a natural oath ? Can he leave all his wrong- to the future, ai.ii j i carry his heart in his che k ? ("an In- do an hourV work i n a miunte, and live on a sixpi'iic - a week ? Can he courteously talk to an equal, aud brow ii >it an impudent dunce? Can he keep thlmf* In apple-order, and do a half down at once ? Can he piess all the sprirgs of knowledge with qui. It and ri-liable touch? And be sure iliat he knows how much to know, and k own how not to know 100 m eh ? Does he know how to stir up bis virtue, and pht a chei k-rcin on hi- prate? Can he carry a genlb-iiiai's manners wi'h a rhi noceros' hide ? Can he know ad, aud do all, and be ...

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. — 31 July 1872

——— » — prfil.tSHFD. DMLT, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, i\o. 91'J . Mnin Street, Rtrhm.nil, Va. TERMS: DAILY—I>« per year; six months, Ml three *nonths, 41.M1; 1 month, 6(1 cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—*2.6<> per year; aix months, ;._»; three months, 1h cents. WEEKLY—SI ..10 per year; i?ix montha,7fi cents l_T WEKKl.rand SEMIWKKKLr JOVMNAh i'lnhs at extremely hue rates. (Evening ftatc gmtrnal NORTH CAROLINA The election for State officers and mem bers of the Legislature takes place in North Carolina to-morrow. The can vass on the part of the opposing parties has, perhaps, been the most vigorous and thorough «ver known in tho State. Many of tho leading speakers of the country have been engaged in it, and it has evoked the sharp criticisms, not only of the home journals, but of the newspa pers throughout the nation. i.riint ami Wilson Rally of Colore.. Citizen*. A Republican rally of the colored citi zens in favor of the success of the Grant and Wilson ticket was held at the Phillips street...

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. — 31 July 1872

" A duty only upon tho-e articles which we could dispense wiih, known as luxuries, and those of which we use more than wa> produce. " All duly removed from tea,coffee, and other articles of universal use not produced by our selves. " encouragement to home products, employ ment, to labor at living wages, and development of home resources. " Disappearance of the national tax-galherer and rt due tion of the i ational debt."— President (.'rant's Message. ItOttAttK GHKELEY AS A .STATESMAN. Wli.it Horace Greeley was in war we all know- ; the extent of his statesmanship iv peace is what _____ the present genera tion of readers and thinkers, and leaves to the future antiqirist tlie most perplexing of unsolved problems in human history and polities. When a firm and decided atti tude on the part ol tho North, as to the right of secession, seemed imperatively de manded iir ISdO, we lind Greeley advoca ting the right until tho voice of remon strance was so loud and indignant as al most lo sh...

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. — 31 July 1872

**iiinnier*f omplaint. The i iiii*- of year has come when adults and children will havediairhca. I say will have it, because they will live so badly as to have it. U* they wish not to havo it, it is not i liil in ilt to avoid it. 1 will give them the following formula, to keep it off and will guarantee that it will prove effective in every instance if thoroughly followed. FOR ADULTS. Ist, Whatever your calling, do not begin your day's work till sunrise, and be sure to quit at or before sundown, —working harder before 3 P. M., than after that hour. 2nd. Eat no Halt meat, and fresh meat but once a day, and this always at break fast. 3d. Let all green veritable* except peas and beans alone. 4th. Eat plenty of ripe small fruits, more at dinner or supper than at breakfast. sth. Eat but little butter—and this as free from salt as possible and havo it rel ishable, and persistently avoid spices. (>th. Drink no spirituous liquors in any form, and if tea and coffee are to be drunk let eith...

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. — 31 July 1872

uaui fttte Jfoutnat EVE'G, -M IV :;i, i-VJ. OFFICIAL. I\US(»F TIIE IMI'ED sVTATa-* PARSED j \T THE SECttND SESSION OF THE FoKTY-SEOONl) CONGRESS. AN ACT to establish certain posi-roads. [I'nxci.UPl'n.] INl'l.-NA. From New i tanlea to Arba. From Dethel to tlolausbnrg. , Vioio PiueCdv loEmlnence. From M '.ninsville, via Monroe Mills and Oak Farm to Nashville. F om Morganiown, via Cope, to Waverly. Frum Newberg to Marco. INDIAN" TERRITORY. Fmm lVrrs ville, via and iloodlaml, to . Pans m Texas. ______,__," «,___> From Parker, in Kansas, via < oody s 81011, Slniita>apba, (or Blag Dog(Veek,) Choteau Sist :cn, and LoCUi t Grove, to Tahleiptali. From Boa*ville, via Nu-Nohetdie, Lynch'e I\l dt, Grand Sa lim, Lo.ust drove, and Fourteeu mileCrwek, to Fort Gibson. From Marvsville, in Arkau-as, via Spavinaw and Moravian Mle*tOH to Tohleqnab. From Tahlequab, via Flint, Clear Spring, and , 1 ir'. ('reek, to Van Bui en, i-i Arkan.'a^. From Covville, l_an=a?, via Sac Agency, Ok mulege, Barn...

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