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Home and Farm.
In Debt to His Farm.
Oar neighbor Jones," about ten
years ago, bought the farm which
made him our neighbor. It was a
snug little larm of one hundred acres,
for which he paid eighty dollars an
acre. One thousand dollars was all
that he could pay down, leaving a
debt of seven thousand dollars. The
land was not in a high state of culti
ration, but was in a good condition to
receive improvement Our friend felt
that he had a heavy burden to bear,
for one so weak as he ; and set about
with all his energy to lessen it. lie
would, as he said, suffer nothing toj
ncretse his debt, or claim any pait
. of the money with which he meant to
decrease it. lie would countenance
no outlay. Improvements must be
a secondary consideration must wait
their time. - lint of all, Lis farm must
be paid lor ; then he would talk ol
improvements. With this idea he
went to work. He bought no fertil
ixcrs and drained no marshes. He
put nothing on his land he could not
' afford to but took everything off
that he could make it produce lie
farmed it hard, determined to make
it pay for itself. He cut, at first,
considerable hay, which he sold, all
that he could possibly spare of it for
cash, to pay on his farm. lie kept
just as little stock as he could possi
bly get along with, fattened no cattle,
and, consequently, turned very little
of his hay and grain into manure to
be returned to his land. Thus he
kept up a constant drain on the sub-
stance of the soil, and made very little
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resummon. xm no maue mat is
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Urilbt UU UJWUIO ICttlJJ WUOiUHftUIV
exceeded them, though the excess
otn ii auuaur icooi unuit: tuut iuc
v e:ai, v:
wnrltlncr nmonaK iT!1 mnro in r,w
UICI J DAW lulu UiAAilitl IUUI vOOCU
'effort to wring money from the soil,
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closer. Thus he managed to keep up
the semblance of a half satisfactory
balance for some time"; but even this
Boon failed. Then Mr. Jones, blind
to his own folly, began to murmur :
A bad year! a bad year for farmers I
I never had such poor crops in my
life!' This was his vearlv crv while
Alia uciuuvia i riuiLcu in luxuruuj.l
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Ten vears nave passed away, dunnc
which Mr. Jones has enjoyed almost
tbousand dollars, leavinff him fonr
thousand etiU in debt. He thinks
himself quite successful, and looks
with pride on his decreasing debt.
But circumstances have become
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tucu mat ne tunas ii oeet to sen. tie
nffUra fiia farm at tirivatA aulA tn l til
Ha o-pat rt,,A.i fiff , nll, n
rro ia nil that hi can crpt fnr it. v. H
thinks the people crazy. They said
he got it chtap at eighty, ten years
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aeo. ue noaiiy comes to the sacre
conclusion, "It's hard times, and
they're afraid to buy.'" Ay, friend
Jones, you have good reason to think
them hard times, but you err in your
The facts are that, thongh Mr J,
with reason, complaiued ot hard times,
thinks never looked more encourag
ing ; and land, so far from being de
pressed in value, as he sup,x.sed, had
really advanced twenty dollars an
acre within ten years showing that
while he was paying off three thou
sand dollars, he ran into debt five
thousand to the poorest of all credi
tors his farm. With all the ad van
tages that should have accrued to him
from a rine of two thousand dollars on
the valu ot his farm, had he mer-ly
kevt it as good as when he bought it,
ho had really worked ten years for
nothing. The yearly surplus that he
flatteiel himself he was making.be
was really borrowing of his farm at a
very high rale of interest. Ten years
of hard wotk and scanty convenience,
nd two thousand dollars further in
debt than whin he began !
Farmers, don't go in debt to your
farms Sooner pay six, eight or even
ten per cent, interest to a neighbor.
For, depend opon it. your farm will
charge you thirty. If you cannot af
ford to sepply the demand of your
farm for feililizera and other improve
ruct, and pay a moderate rate of
J.ave of your own Sell. Sell a part
-r ail as may lie lequired, for, rest
assured, tiiat jou ennot aflord to
scant your lnd t'l run in debt to your
farms Tru", they are silent creditors.
They seud nodunsfor unpaid interest
Bat they ill. hold from you four
times what a noisy creditor would
demand. Don't trust their hvnoctiti-
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i-a l h eiice. 11 vim ran't alt.ird to
keep a larm in good condition and in
;ood repair, you can't afford to keep
it at all : and if vru can t keen it in
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oorni condition, a few vears will nrove
that you can't keep it at all The
worst creditor a man can have is his
none cfthe comforts, and endured all
the trials and hardships, of farm fife.
He has 'lifted'' a mortiro of th
In Debt to His Farm. E. T. Bush, in Prairie Farmer.
How Leather is Made.
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leather ii ire t-y Keeping ludcs in
fin in!ufic n c.f o rtain vegttslile pub
toLtain a comnound
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lu,r. .........g ,...DC1p,e is oa Mi K,
bat it is found in greater or less quan-
lilies in many other rlants. as in theL
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vuo n.v, cuiiw, ia, etc , ana
Irom these it can be dissolved out with
water. The htins of animals consist
mainly of albumen aiid gelatine ; in-
o-ed there KubsUnces are abundant
in an animal matter. In the blood
and in milk the .lumen is merely
.Qfiided, as it were, in the water .
hicli constituUs by far the larger
portion i tties liuua. Tsnnin and
albumen have a remarkable affinity
for each other, and nnite as roon as
they sue Lroueht in contact Tlie
retult of il tir union is the insoluble,
torh inali rial which gives leather its
distinctive c aracter. When the hide
is steeped in the infusion of oak bark,
the albumen ot the former thus com
bines with the tannin of the Iattertand
th loose, soft tissue of the skin is con
verted into Lard, tough leather
Boston Journal of Chernestry.
To extract grease from p.-pered
iliik a r,ie ni fl,nn.l :. . I
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of wine, rub the greasy spots rentlv
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once or twice and the grease willdis- tho
Boston Journal of Chernestry. Improvement of Bees.
Improvement of Bees.
.ijilrt ihn nnetn imnresses her own
,n,er,ur J eare DJ
Can bees be improved ? This ques
is not without its importance to the
bee keepers of this country. Iut eo
little has been done in the wsy ct el
fort in that direction, that we are left
without the light of any very extend
ed experience to guide us. et there
are facts within our reach whica win
aid us in coming to a correct cocclu
sion in regard to it-
There is a marked difference in bees.
The difference in the bees ot me
northern and southern portions of the
United States the black been r f the
north and the gray Lees ol the south
is well known. In this region we
have both, with vaiious rbades ol
;.tnr A rinse olsemr et our
native bees csnnot fail to notice dif
ference w size, color, temper, dipoi-
tioa to gather honey and dipporition
to rob. This is tru, even in gi eater
measure, of the Italian bees They
not only differ widely from the black
and gray bees of this country, but
they differ among themselves. They
differ in size, shspo and in color and
Thev differ also in dis
A Morenos RPMT1 not to
frnm .flmirt nre of foreiim blood.
vf , ttnpnrv in varv from the
pnmiUve type. And this tendency I
believe to be greater in the Italian
than in iho native bees.
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than in the native bees.
Another important fact is, some
queens are far more prolific than oth
ere. And if we judge by analogy, we
I will bo compelled to believe that su
perior fecundity is transmissible. It
is so in the case ot all onr domestic
I onTmoTa nn1 arrmntr fill ntLr nrrrflniz-
I a1 Winmi na far na we have had on-
nnrtnnit v nf nrenrate observation.
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It a fact worthy ot consideration,
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position. While they are generally
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are more irritable than others Ineee
I rhnmptor tinnn her nrorenv morel"1
Btronclv tnan the drone docs, ine
nrocenv of a euro Italian oueen which
with a black drore show
hoch mc,e of Mea 0t the
t.i Lia..ir oa i,;i
the progeny ot a black queen and an
Italian drone resemble the black bees
more than the Italian.
from the above named facts, it
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seems reasonable that bycareha se-
lection, bees, as well as any other
Vin& ot stock may be greatly improv-
ed- And if we had no race of bees
anr.Prinr t onr native l.W.k,. which
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we cci utuur nave m iud iuiuuiihc,
it would pay to give attention to their
lLis Proce8P. onr Dative bees couM.
undoubtedly. Le made far superior to
oat they, now are. But it is wise to
beSm Ith the be8t- Italian bees
ar& in nearly all reFiect, -superior to
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and inferior to them in
and with the greater ten-
dendency to vary from the ancestral
lJrv' picBcui, mo uiuoi pruiuiaiug
re!d for tflorts -t improvement, the
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With the Briffial oualiiipo of I lin wrcr.
M" "a la uul atnalJ an? aianiiy
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seit ci. uie oesi irom wnicn to raise
queens, Il we could choose the tath-
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ere oi our oees as wen as tceir motn-
ere, improvement might be more rap-
id ; but I have come to the conclusion
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practicable. It may be accomplished
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uow..u mm, uuu lUo ia.,ureB ww
oe to many u.at, w oi paj 10
nii-euipt. iu jiobi, vi iu reporieu
ewes nave urcn, in my juugraeni,
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iauures. queens ana woiaers are bo
nearly oi tbe eame thickness that no
reliance can le placed on k arranging
tbe place ol entrance and exit that tbe
workers can pa-s and the queen can
not Ltel a win"; ot the young queen
be clipped, and t'.icn if hbe becomes
fertile, we will know that she did not
fly abroad and meet a drone in the
As far as mv obsenation hrs ex
tended, there ceems to be no hope of
mlVui umi a j v ucom uiy
Italian and native races The proge
ny of a pure Italain and a black are
nearly as good as pure Italians ; but
any further cross is altogether unde
eirable, unless it be a further infusion
oi itauan Oiooa. i nave quite as
many bees of mixed blood as I want.
I have destroyed all queens that will
not produce pure Italian drones, and
will be careful not to have any more
M. Makin, in American
M. Makin, in American Bee Journal.
Utrings of rich and extravagant men
fly loose in the matter of wine ind
A Boston letter to the Cliicago
The Boston papers advertise "Og-
den Farm Butter," and having a con
stitutional horror of poor 1. utter 1
ventured upon looking at the Ogden
amcie w,ln a v,ew OI obtaining some
tllinrr TIlA llKt'' l,nllur
M at Fanea;, lMl anJ "y
18 -a aa cents per iiound,
u ,fc "ol " very fe'00" ,lI)fcr. M
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"uea ouwer "na lsa live
Ia ine bin was 8,25 lasted
tne dealer it he hadn't made a mi
take, but upon being told that the
butter was 11.25 ner iwmnd I hn,l
notUinrr more to siv. Thu l.mtr
nrove1 Mlrft.., i, lt
put up in
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uvai.iromBiiieit.ieii iiau-poncu cakca I
writ! tilt.! in iiH.ni 11 in usi ! n ann i imri i
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firm and high colored, but its hih
price Iaae hUth a bighole in my oth.
erwie pleihoric wallet that I shall ln
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HO IJCA 1U . T -lll UUim IJUIC- I
alter. 1 Iiis ciit-edged article ie man-1
ufactured at NewHrt, and the maim- I
facturer of it philusou.izes upon its!
Lmh price by eayinrr that the nurse
ciCars, but a difference often or tw.n
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mttf.T Li aerious matter mill. them.
ua a mbi u a- j as
tiAHMtil a natural f..w na st aamcMa I
ui.uia..i, - wno.uci
a sort of triumph to save as muth
our month's butter as we sjiend on
nnr Tl.ia , , A
butter is made from the Jersey cows. I
and must al way lie scarce and high
mo"te blanched and pounded are an
,mprovtment. Use rose water with
prevent u,em from
Miva.: o Uuioa's (Jake. The j
whites ol sixteen eggs Uaten U a I cf
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.rotu , .r t V..e-.. . jH.unu oi pui
hiiniiarirw ariT itAiitiii
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-vj vv . - i'a mm. irwiiu, K UUtl.! I
one light pound of sit'ed flour;
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all together. Us noijncca. Fla
iih lemon, vanilla or rose. Al-
The cows yielded more milk, kept in
ROoi condiUon, wd at one fourth less
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heap thus prepared thould always be
keplon hand, so that each heap may
Our own practice in preparing feed
for tlihty head of stock one-half bo
inz horses is to cut the lod Jer.straw,
meadow-hay, if we have any, curn
stalks and best hay. This is cut by a
horse power standing on the barn
floor. This occupies from one to two
hours tuice a week, to cut enough for
the thirty head of stock.
A portion of Uin mass, enough lor
feedirir tweniy-lour Louts, is spread
upon the barn floor, nunkled wita
water, a very little f-alt, and t-trewed
ith Mich train as w u-el tuss is
nKncirallv then J he beari tUmls
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twelve hours "f then thoroughly turn
ed over and remains twelve Louis
more, when it is ready to be 1 out.
It the h"rii in which the h aj made
is a moderately ina:l oi;e, all ill fod
der will by thin linid bu impregnated
with t!ie late ot the giaiu and the
aroma of the gnrul Lav. It will also
be softened, eo a to be e.ily taasli
cated by the aiamals, and tLey will
eat the w hole with great relish. O
if any be left, il will only le j.inu ot
cornstalks, which are not soite-ned, or
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These dttaU,J may secm 10 re1uire
slow, iiksome, and somewhat ex-
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penve process as to he Ume requir-
ed. Dut they will not be found so in
PracUce ,,en lhe stem-font must
be a system is once fairly establish-
The horse power and cutter will be
somewhat expensive to start with, but
with cood care, both will last for
many years When thirty or forty
head of stock are to be fed, we have
no doubt the cost of both would be
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I I' the slock consists of tenor fifuen
ne8a ou,y a Soou uaau "J CUUKr
fArca nAUpr miv Iia ! 'Mtxn4jl with
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too inclement for oct door labor.and
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tbesf may be occup.ed ,n the barn m
cutUuff the fodder and storing it away
m enly pPac Ior use. w uen mUd
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n amp.e experience ior many years
I convince us that stock can be kent
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aace more milk, or gam more
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growth, than it wul if fed on coarse
I tnrtn An vrwrimnr. with tn-i-li-n
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U9 lho mJ Cratifvin results.
Horses thrive as well as neat stock
under such feeding.
Tncrder to work on this svsi m
the barn must be sufficiently warm to
prevent the lieap that is mixed np
from freezing ; and this cuj-ht to be
secured in any case, as an economical
in ilio mm n tl.o -it fin A n
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of 6lrnaar material, throw n over
tbe h t lend t0 ,,rt.veIlt
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i wvvcb iiiau w ii u scru m iiq ti.iiiki way.
Ammonia in the Household
Ammonia is valuable lor many pur-
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poses m tue economy oi tae nousenoia.
Chemists are profound concerning the
I native article in in its impoi tant ser
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farmers' wives throughout the coun
I ti i i .t
irj reauy kdow oui very ,!lUe vi
manuoia uses mat can w ma.ie oi
p.ni, w Bjiinia epi in tue nouso iwi
ii ii i mi . i .
uea ana laoeiiea. iuo ioi.oing are
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among tnese : Jr or waging paint,
put a tablcspoonful in a quart of m k1
erately hot water, dip in a fhmitl
I cloth) and with it timply wipe oil the
woodwork, uo scrubbing will ho nec
I esary. X or lakinz crease spots irom
any fabric, use the ammonia nearly
pre, then lay white blotting p.ijmr
over the spot, and iron it lightly In
washing laces, pat about twelve drops
m a Pml 01 warm tud8- 10 clea 1 s"
.vcr mix two teaspeonfuls of ammonia
wiomnoi not soap suas, put in
your Eilvcrware, and wash it,u.sin an
old nail or tooth brash for the pur
ose. For cleaning hair brushes,c.,
simply 6hake the brushes up and down
in a mixture of one tcaspoonful of am
monia to a pint of hot water ; when
they are cleansed rinse them in cold
water, and stand them in the wind or
in a hot place to dry. For washing
finger marks from looking glasses or
windows, put a few drops of ammonia
on a moist rag, and make quick work
of it. If you wish your ho'iso plants
to floarw'i.ptit a fe v dropsof spirits of
ammonia in every pint of water nsed in
watering. A teaspoonful in a basin
of cold water will add much to the
refreshing effects of a bath. Nothing
is better than ammonia water tor
cleaning tne liair. In every cave
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rinse the ammonia with clear water
Cattle, liorses and sheep will eat
per day three pounds of hay, or its I
equivalent, jer one hundred liounda
live weight. Half pound of hay, two
pounds of good straw, and three
fourths of a pound of grain, are usual-
Iy, equivalent three jounds of hay.
A little n;ore grain will put on lat.
On this hatis fair estimates can le
It is said that the following receipt
win preserve all kinds of grain and
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s;ruen seeas irom me ravapes oi eut I
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wcirmH mrtta at i tna rAn anl i
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phate of iron, one pound aloes, nia.
lve in water heated to ninety or
ninety - five desrees. and iH.ur ovor
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v-Jii- v LL1 i-ltJ. 111 U MUillllr I
proportion lor a creater or lesser
Wim K ClP Cakk -Fonr
, V llour- loaf 6"S". one
tf. bn"er. .of tour cream or rich
a M1 lasPonnl of soda, the
"'toirjve . eggs well beaten. Fla-
yor with lemon.
A LMOKD LlER.OnA Twnnl nf On. 1.1
ari three-quarters of a pound of
butter, three-quarters of a pound of
flour, ten ejjps. Mix a4 nourd cake :
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then add half a pound of almonds,
oeawn Lne (blancneu;, one laDle-
pociual ol rose-water.
Cur C.KK.00 nnf i, f
ml:ar three of flour, four errra nriA
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teaPt)oolirill of M)d. on0 cur, of
. ' lit
milK. tlavi.r as ou i ea c. Thi "
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aoL'A innl'fui siti i.vin L.tit I -
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- niuA-a iu .Avvsiit iiv l'uj'l'lI "ttLl.Il I
wkh wino sauce.
BiRxs. Equal parts of linseed oil
lime water are invaluable as a
for a scald or a burn, and every
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uuiuo oiiuuivi vu.iiiiii iajiuv I
JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY,
Ammonia in the Household Sunday Reading.
Sacred Sabbath, sweet restorer
Or oar muscle and our brain.
Come, and bring the miichty joy
That travel In Uiy noiseless train.
Bvrny thy sceptor oVr the forest,
l!ld the woo 'man's ax be still ;
Bushed bo all hot sylvan songsters,
And the rippling of the rill.
Let the air breathe forth thy ble" .
Waft them down each glade iok.
Through each valley, o'er .H,,d K'f
Cp iuto Uie LuuuU of - "cn neadow,
Let the stlllnes of "
r rom me suuuj of nm,)
Mny t.ls day be ever sacred,
t. ver may its rest impart
I oace unto tiie troul.l. tl w.ul.
And joy uuto the aching heart.
To the soul in Clirist believing
Him low forth the heavenly rest.
Till hU hup, yields to f mil ion.
In the region oi the blest.
THE SABBATH. The Beauty of Holiness.
Jear8la- ne 4'ea 81 " oi oi
the cros,, and tho candle of the Lord
shone brishtly upon her. Never i: id
Wo know a I d!y, now sixty jeais
otage, who has Irhm a Meilio.li-i ..r
ty-seven years. She was of poor pi
r.-n'H, her father bein a drunk td,
but her mother was an anel in wo
man's form. The daughter imbibed
her mother's spirit, and sought and
lound Jesu s w hen die was thirteen
I see just such a mother and daughter
Their united fervent prayen for the
husband and lather, together with
UUDWUU uUIA mkUUI , fcUCfcllCl Willi
wmlia wer to Christ. A veung
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gentleman of great wealth and high
parentage, who, though be could have
married any laJy in the land, be
came charmed with her meekness and
loving deportment toxard her parents
and all others, her industry and win
plicity of manner, and married her.
Did her elevation steal away her re
ligion ? No ; she carried it into her
new home, and bho won all of his fa
ther's family over to Christ except the
old gentleman ; who was a Universal
bit. ho has never been known to
snow signs anger of toward her hut
band and children eleven in number.
They are all convorted and living a
life ot holiness. They rise up and call
her blessed : and her husband has
told me, that it ho had never read the
Bibie, his godly.kind wife would have
won him over to Jesus. Sho has
ij wilh GoJ forl
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Holiness is uer tueme. &he is ripe
for glory, and will soon present her
'many sheaves to Jesus; for her labor.
of love have been crowned with emi-
nent success in winning souls to Christ
Let this good woman's example be
the pattern for all our lady readers to
I have been young, and no w am
,' sU a modern age, and I have
tver observed that the grand secret ot
suoews in life is the possession and
practice ol agreeable manners, borne
yunS P00!'10 S' 'nS like so many
porcupines, continually thrusting t.ff
lnt,r inenus uy tne repulsion ol their
manners. They seem afraid that they
will not be dulv valued. Hence tliev
Ueldom nerform A ecrviro u it limit
emphasizing the act by some rude
word, tone or gesture, for fear the re
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ciiuent may iorget it. ua tne other
hand a g-Kd and graceful m inner is
th imt raniii! i cnn.l mmh
. Wi aen.ent and harm.
jes as a ,ove lh-H js lne injncti1
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valuable privilege of ewry young per
-on to prune Ins con.l net of unnece
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ty wllho.it -aerificing that ind.-pen.l-
enre of clianwler u liich all ou-ht to
poses. Sell conceit is the din-BL i-n
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tj,e fu mother of
anl a'l other consuming passions U'e
have known men elected to Congreso,
ana kept there term after term,
through the in esistiblc, nilent force
of obliging and agreeable manners.
How the World Judges Christians.
Thrre are persons who judge of
Christians as a man would judge of
apples, whoshoull enter an orchard
and go stooping along the ground in
search of them. He picks up one, a
hard, green fiing, no bigger than a
walnut. He biles it; it is sour and
bitter ; it puckers np his mouth, and
stos uis icein on eage. "uai" lie
says.throwing tho untimely fruit away,
"I hear them speak of apples as being
so delicious I'm sure I don't think
much ot tnis one.' lie jacks i:p an
other, which liMiks yellow. There's a
hole in it, but he don't know what
th.it means ; so he Litis into it, and
finds a worm. Bah! apples dilicioiif,
indued !' he cries in disgust ; end then
picks up a third, which is crushed by
Lis touch, for it is rotten. So he con
deinr.H apples, because he has looked
for them npon the ground instead ol
on the trees above his head. Ml.e:e
. 1 1 . - 1 ' ' -r
uivy nanj itjio anu juicy, just so.
men judge of Christians by tiie rottn
fiu-8 t n the ground. 11, W. Jlecclur
The Glory of Drudgery.
Tereistent plodding m one or the
G-'d conditions of permantntfiiiccesr
Neilhir genius nor any other ad van
tage ean supplant it. For tho "'lucky''
man is not Le into whoso Jap drops a
fortune or a windfall of what his fel-
lows call glory, Lnt rather he whom
God leads step l,y rt n. throueh dark
ness to light, from lough places to
emooth, up the long hill of discir-line
to the heichts of i.eace.
ri,,;o(;., -,,1, : : .1 .,
r. .0 .h.uy i me
anrr triiifr tocia nnrf -i. i. i
oviv nui.u -oa IJ lUU" LIIO B(JUI
by drafts upon it endurance Toner-
8evere ,n lne ,,a':0 ot Uelay9' discour-
?Smcn anJ. revere 8 o"e of Gods
'remos'. requirements. 10 becontent-
Off U'll ll lit- liCimion A T., .4
"- - j'l uiumc t 11I1U III IIUl
suflicient return to sustain us in lono-
watching and dilligent working ; to
'eel tdat ilignHy and preeiousness are
!"eU . T.a"Cf 1 detai
the consecration of all to them this is
the R,ory o( drm,
and lasting one CAr
. and it is a real
rulian at Work
It is death alone that can su
make man to know himself.
tne proua ata insolent mat tnev are
but abjects, and humbles them at the
instant, makes them cry, complain,
fepent, yea, even to hate their fore-
passed happiness. He Ukes an ac-
Lnnnt , ,1 ri,, BnA ...
beggar, a naked beggar, which hath
inten st m nothing but in the jrravel
.1 II I i .
' "Zi..r ''r.
and makes them M-e their d..form-i v
. . . . . .-J
ana rottenncss.an i i neV acknowle Ige
O olnnnrnf. it.Kf an.l ,.,;.,1.7..
. . 1 . . "-h"
lnm It T lltam nsllA ftnil .1 a.lotn I.
... ' I
ll.il a u ,s rMai mil u i-.liiiiu I
hojt tiArii4iifiil u hi tiMnn hut . ila-. '
llliv ' l s va 'a aw aasav aa SAt. U AM
ed. thou hast done: and whom .n 18
Inn worlii lift' II n ITTPrAil 1 Tmi nn d
hast cast ont of the world and despisr
s .a a.' .
U1 ,u "a,s urn togeiuerau the;
greatness all the pride.
cruelty and ambition of man, and cov
all with these
B1XE FROST STOKE, I
I AM now receiving a COD" .
r.ete clock of
j Boots & Shoes.
10 thing, Hats & Caps,
WOOLEX SHIRTS, GLOVtS, MIT1 ENS,
AND GEfiT'S FINISHING GO' OS.
all of which lam determined shall be sold
C1I.VI Full CASH.
W'imiI.FN IiItFNS GOOPK, SHAWLS ASH
TAKLK L1NKNS. at ereatly reduced prices to
make mom lor new Stock of BiwiIh and shoes.
LUMBER WANTED !
a V MYERS
AV. H. WHEELER
Have formed a 1'niint-n.liip fur tbe !ur-
ui uuying ana lcaillig lu
They are now prepared to contract for fu
ture delivery, or will
Every day for any amount of
Black and White WALNUT,
White ASH, Etc., Etc.
Will renrrapnt thorn with t-iwof Iami(mm
or tranKiict any hQHlnfw for tbeiuu
r luuiuy.nuv. xt in.
J AM AOENTFOn
ORGANS AND MELODEONS
Manufactured by tbe
Best Companies in the Country,
Which I sell at tbe Irwest I.ivlno. Prtco
for t'ASII, or on monthly or quarterly pay
ments, to null purcUaners. All instruments
Wratl, and (inaranld to lilt
All ha intend nurehmilnir -111 fln,l H tn
their own Interest to see me.
When nlnent from town, orders mny be left
at Krey A Ettiucer'ii Irut? Store.
EVERYBODY READ THE FOLLOWING !
IP URNITU RE R O O MS!
Manufactures and deals in all kinds of
FUEN1TURE1 FURNITURE ! !
The public are invited to call and examine In large and unrivalled Mock lie Intends to
kwp constantly on hand aud raauufucturo to order furniture of every deacrlplioD ;
Dressing Bueaus; Centre Tables, Wash Stands; "Wardob en
Sofas and Sociable?; Tables, Sewing Stands, Chais,
Cedstead3, evory varie'y, Parlor & Kitchen Furniture, best qnality and finisi
Our work If mule bv t lie host of workmen, and ol the very best materinl, which warrant
u in..i.(nrt ti...t ii win i r.mii.i fMWOTtiti tn iiikiiM in the rmintv. nnd 1 will Kelt chrRiia the
oimeca i lie bought at any other establishment
pnrrliaslii!: elw-wliere, Jis wo will guarantee aaiu action in regaru 10 worn auu
Sole Anent for the Celebrated
"WOVEN" WIRE TIA.TTRESS,
The Best. Easiest, (leanest and MOST LASTIN
Shop and K:iles Ilooms on West Main C'rona
Findlay.Ohio, Ayust 4, lK71-3m.
AN ESTABLISHED FACT !
Has just received a large addition
to his numerous customers, in everything in his Hue. He has a carefully
seleod stock of
ALSO A CHOICE
F-f-wT ,T . STYLE,
ASD A GENERAL ASSOKT X ENT OF
His stock of Piece Good 9 comprises the finest assortment of
to be found
Ho has secured the services of
Cutter and Fitter in Northern Ohio,
u'e ,ODS experience, win
GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION,
In every particular.
Wilson's Block, East Side of
itimmons' Hardware Store.)
Aug ist 25, lS71-tf.
AI1E NOW KECElVINti THEIR
Nails, Glass, Paints, &
WniCII TIIBY OFFK R TO BLT-DKHS AT
L O WE ST GOLD RATES,
fwx ;. SUIT THE TIMES!
Husf Trimmings, Carpenters' Tools, and Farm Implements, the largest
and best stock in the market; Wagon and Carriage Trimming!
""'""-t i taies, ueu irons, oprings Axles,
Iron, Belting, Saws, Files, Shovels H ws, Pumps, Chain
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Revolvers, and Plated '
Goods at THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
GLASS, ALL SIZES, CUT TO ORDEIi
Hal & Sp er's Pittsburgh STEEL PLOWS
the only Genuine Iron
ONLY AGENTS for WALKEK
townslupin the County.
Rn nlfPVA nnrl Mar.fi 1
1a ma tuMA ....XTCtir - a
- aaw. .-v ecu vur AlAAAMh I, 1 Ifh AHh'ff l.Af. I - T.
. 1 m T. - .
tne best improvement for simplicity,
CALL AND SEECl'B GOODS, AND
Apriii-iawwf KIMMONS & CO.
in Hancock county. ilvenie a call hef':1
MATTRESS EVER MADE. Call and see it
Hlroet, Eastof L. E. L. Kit.
to his stock, and is prepared to give
LATEST STYLES OF
GE..TS' FURNISHING GQJDS,
&c, &c, &c.
Mr. L. J. BRICKMAN. the beat
aid being himself a practical tailor of
Main Street, (one door South of
Beam Plow in town
IIARPOON II AY FORK, in ue
Reapjr and iMower.
-. aaw uvi f- UUV 111' i I
lightnew, durability, and cueaTme.
WE tVILL SAVE YOU MDFY
i" MORNING, FEBRUARY
The Fall and Winter
IWPf'M irm:: HaSiflEinEl
MORRISON & VANBENBURG'S
MAMMOTH STOVE ID TINWARE ESTABLISHMENT!
The EXTENSION, SENATOR, LEADER, JUBILEE, SOVEREIGN Hd
PROVED MONTANA, and many other First-Class COOK STOVES.
The Wild Roso, PARLOR COOK STOVE, has no equal. We have a One asaortmeet of
PARLOR AND HEATING STOVF.S'
And an Endless Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron
They are now receiving, and fceep constantly on hand,
LARD CANS arc the
a Full Supply of
and Copper Ware.
best ever offered
AGE has no equal
in any country."
"It stands at the
head of nineteenth
Chicago -fcoe. Journal
''The best period
ical in America."
Ilea. Tkeo. L. Cuyler.
Littell's Living Age,
wned every Kalairdm'-, givea Hrty-two
l . . . i .(..I,... ..uivu. ..a i' Ii nr nuini
IJUill 17; l n UI u.ij-iviu -
Three Ihoutand Double Column
rr rpiulinu-matter vearly : onil Is tbe enly
rompllalloa that ureMeuLi, withaamllafae-
(ory eiiiplele en a wellasfrehnei,llie
bent Etsiiy. Ueviews, rllicl-miM, Serial and
Short Storlea, Poetry, Sclentllic, UlnKraphical
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1 he entire body of ForeiKn Periodical Litera
ture, and rrom the penaol tne
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ra Ward, ltrrehcr.
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Because it i the Beat,
For the past forty-two years the Hook has
tipcn considered tne guide oi woman in every
iiiuiK mat is cuicmuieu to elevate me sex.
THE OLD FAMILIAR WRITERS
Whose stories have so largely contributed to
mis eua, nave an ueen reiainea.
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Have a reputation rorexcellence in their wrl
times tar above any others la tlie magazine
Our Coored Fashion-Plates
Are the raacit correct of any publUUeU In the
Itcauliful Steel Plates.
or these the Lady's Book gives fourteen each
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.MUDkL t'OTTAOES. Tlie onlv macazlne
In this country that (Ives these designs Is the
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We have also a Children's, a Horticultural,
anu a ueaiiu aepuartmcnu
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A Representative and Champioiof
An Illustrated Monthly Journal claim
ed to be the Handsomest Pa
per in the World.
a r9JiV5 ? y lore to lhe rtlBt workmen of THE
ALUINfc, who are striving to make tnelr pro
lesslon worthy of admiration fur.beaulr a it
liaa alwaj-H been lor i-efuln-'-Beecuer.
TIIE ALDINE. whlla lanl will. . .1.-
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timely interest characterise of ordinary peri
"r.f" ?' u n leKant miaoellany of pure.
f b ."n'1 srace'u' t"rature. and a collection
1M.w"htlIerlraen,, or ru"uc
NEW FEATURE FOR 1872
. T'e,nU"l-lleupport so readily aeeordea
to their enterprkie, wherever il haa been !n-
t?J.u.(J:n"oonv,nc, th pnWInharaof THE
AL.UI.N bof the aonndnew oi their theory that
the american public would recoiralze aud
heartily niiinart in iinr ffmi r
the toue aud standard of illustrated pnbll
cations. AsaKUaranteeoflbe excellence of
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announca during the com I dk year, speulmene
fjpra tho following eminent American artists :
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Tbe)f1al management of THE AI.DISE
has been entrbsted to Mr. Kicbanl Henry
Stoddard, who has leeeived assurances of aa-
..u.u iiuni a noHioi tne most popular wri
ters and poets of the country.
The Volume for 1S73
will contain nearly 300 naresand abontXAen.
graying. Commencing with tbe Jan. num bar
will eon lain a beautlfal tinted picture on plate
paper. Inserted as a front Isnioco. Tho i l.ri.L.
mas number for 1ST2.W111 beasplendid volume
in ieir,enntaiBing fifty sngravinKs, tfour In
lint) andltbough retailed at SI will be sent
wiuioui extra cua-ge to ail year subscribers.
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duced at a great expend lie the beautiful oil
pniuiuia djt Bxisa, entitled -Dame Mature
kuuui. - i ue enrotno is iixl3 inches.
Terms for 1S72.
1 Copy, 1 year, with Oil Chromo, 15.00
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TV 91. C. BRYANT c CO
Tba First Edition of Two Hundred Trior-
sa!cd copies lust published. It Is elegantly
pnnteu on nue iinieu paper. n i w v
...I tl l,..tr.ll with ,.w-r ThrM Hsn
Eagrsirlags ot Klowers and VegetaUsand
Two Colored Plates.
Ttia mat neantlrnl and instructive Cata
logue and Floral Ooiile In the world 112
pK ftlvlltK inoroaitn oireciioiw mrinecai.
turn of Flowers and Vegetablea. ornamenting
grounds, making walks, so.
A Christmas present for my customers, hot
fhrwanled tn any who apply by mall. ftr Tait
Cbhts, only ouquurter the cost. Addraea,
D32WO Kocbaster. N. Y.
T?5.f n,ne pebW. -1 aU other varle
.. lea of Bpectaclea. at
O. W. KIMMELB.
A SebRTr5JrA?,IErT of celebrated
A LARGE 8TUCK of Latest Btvlm of ri.
OoM Jewelry; aisotwick jll,0JLFj!
MAKE a Specialty of the Elgin Walcli
x me mi in tne market, t all and see it.
juz71( " G. W. KIM MEL.
All are Interested I
NY ONE wishing to purchase a Watch.
L I'lawlr T...I... i.l , i
O. TT. Klmmel,
Who take plearore In showing goodr, and
wiMjMTfnj uiuii u ue as ne representa.
Irom the City with the largest stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
ever seen In Flndlay.
June2,71 O. W. KIMMEL.
The place where they keep the largest stock,
ann seu wecneapew m rxnaiay, ai
IT IS A FACT
JNO ADAMS &Bro.
B EAT tbe WORLD In the Price ana Qaally
CALL AND BXAlflltX TUB
Improved Native Drum Cook
Flat Top North Star Cook
Cook, Parlor and Box
ALL KIBDS OF
Eaves-trougMii g, RooUng;,
x in, (jopper & aneet iron
Work, Done to Order.
mET ARB ALSO AGISTS FOB
Iron Well and Cistern Pumps,
-T-vr T v-.i
jjuajxw xoa, time a jjine
Wire, Etc., Etc, Etc
ALSO, AGISTS FOR TUB
Which la an Indispensable article In every
Call and tee na, for we MEAN BUSINESS.
A Great Medical Discovery,
SR. WALKER'S CAXJFORNIA
j. wu,rmiini iniiimiiin tiiihii
H1UJOU Vie r T, m tm say ta their
3 Weaderful Csntrn EOeets. f )
TiK7 sre Boc a Til. Fancy Drimk. Kails of Pas
Kaas, ITalakey. PraaT aplrlta aad Kenst
U ansa's, doe tn ret. iplcta sod nrcctened to pteMs lb s
as, called "Tica,'" -Appcujeis," "Beatorera," t,
thst Issd tba tippler onto dnmkcaat snd raia, but an
a tras Medtdne. made from tbe satire roots sad herbs
of California, Ae An all Alc.a.llg attaa.
I sta. They are the GREAT BLOOD PC X.
FIE a aad A LIFE OITIXO PKJXCIPLX.
aperfact Beaovstor aad Invigorstor of lbs Syitcm,
carrrtnfoaau polaoooaa matter sad rcatorlag ths blood
toabaalthycooditloa. Vo aeraoa csa tsks tbsn Bit-
nrs aeeordlag to dlrcetlooa, and rrmala loBraawelL
provided their bonis are sot destroyed by mineral
p na or other aana, and tba vital oceans waned
Toad the poiat of repair.
Tbej-area eatle Para Uveas
Tealcpoaaeaang also, the peeallar arttof aeUag
ssapowernUsgeotla nuavisg CongmkM. or Inflam-
matioa of the Lrnr, and all ths Vbeeral Ores.
POm FEMAL COMPAX3rT. whether tat
yoanrorold. married oranaie, atthedawaof
hood or al ths tara of llie, thess Toois Bitten hsvs as
raw laaaasssatas-r aad Chi Ue Yiisas
BUIena, Jteaalttem aad Iateralueat Fe
vers, Dlmun r the Bleed, Liver. JKM.
nera aad Bladder, then Bitten have beta moat
aaeceasftd. nneb IMisasts are casa d by TlUated
Blood, which Is icaeratty produced by deraageasat
of the IMa-eatrve Oiwmaa.
DTITEPSIA OK IXDIOESXIOX. Bead
acoa. Fain In the Sboalden. Coaghs, Tlgfataeaiof tba
Chest. Dtrrinrst, goarlKrocta uo us of the Stomach,
Bad Tta Is the Xoalh, BUiona Attacks, ralptlalloaof
lbs Heart, Inflsmmsttoa of tho Langs, Pain ta tbs
teg bs of tbs KidntTS, aad a bandied other painful
symploms are tbooflsprlagsof Dyipepaa.
Tncy mi iaoiala the Htnmarh and timnlata the torpid
Lhrcr and Bowek, which render them of sneaoailed
elllescy la clramlng the blood of all Imparities, snd fan,
parting aew life and Ttror to the whole iratem.
FOR SKIX BMEASES, EmpOooa, Tetter, Salt
Bhaanv Bio hes. Spols, Fin. pies, F tales, Boils, Car
baaelea Bmg -Wotma, Scald II cad. Sore Eves, Eryatpel
aa, Itch, Bcnrfa, Diacolorallonsof the Skin, Bamoraand
Disesatsof tbs Sktn, of whaterer same or nature are
ttterally 4ng ap aad carried eat of tbe frrdeai M a abort
Ume by tba Bee of tbeas Bitten, One boolo la each
esses will coBTiacs the isost lncredolooi of their cars,
Ciean the VMiatrd Bleed whenever roa Und It ha
pariuea baratlaf th roueh the ekln In rnnplea, Brna
tlons or Boraa; clean it when yon And tt ooat rncted
and alneiriah In the veins: eleanae ttwhen it Is fouL
and your feeNn will tell yon when. Keep ths blood
pure, and the health of the system win follow.
Pla. Tape aad other Worms, kirklna; In tho
evatem of eo many thousanda. are effectually dearroyod
snd removed, fisys s dinlniniatd ptinwloalsK.
tlro a scarcely an Individual upon tho face of tho
earth who body aaxempc from the presence of
worms. It to not npon tbe healthy elementa of the
body that worms exist, hot snoo tho diseased humors
and slimy dew a that breed these uvimt monsters of
dseasa. No system of kedlctne. ao vermifuges , no
anthelmintics, will free ths system fro worms like
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AXD D RALE Hit
J. WALEKB, rroprktor. K. n. McDO.NALD A CO,
Drugriats and Gea. Aavats. Saa rraaciaro, Catt'orcla.
and S3 and St Commerce Street, ew Tork.
For Sale by
W. I. Miller & Co.,
Jane 30, 1871-17
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