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The Farm and Garden.
About Good Butter.
The now celebrated divine, Henry
Ward Beeeher, was, some twelve or four
teen years ago, the editor of an agricul
tural journal In Indiana. lie then
preached" good agricultural eermons,
from all sorts of texts. TTe were well
pleased with one oa western butter which
perhaps has not lost iia application yet,
though we do believe the number of
varieties has somewhat decreased since
then. Let us see, he made the following
enumeration of the tfoxdet perceptible in
the dajLet butter of the day. No. 1,
butternut butter; 2, strong butter; 3,
frowy or frowzy ; 4, rancid ; 5, musty ;
6, sour milk; 7, vinegar; 8, cheesy; 9,
granulated; 10, too salt and unsalted;
11, lard; 12, mixed; 13, compound;
composed of things animate and inani
mate ; feathers, hair, rags of cloth ;
threads, spiders, chips, straws, seeds ;
in short, everything going to produce
the three successive degrees of dirty,
filthy, nasty ; 14, tough butter, or that
overworked, which he calls a blessed
fault. A variety he would go ten miles
to- pay hi respects to the dairy-maid
who produced it, and then numerous
sub-varieties, such as butter tasting of
turpentine from being made in pine
churns; butter bent on traveling, in hot
weather; butter dotted like cloves ou
a boiled ham, with flies which Solomon
says causeth the oil to stink, besides
butter in rusty tin pans, and in dirty
swaddling cloths, and butter made of
milk drawn from a dirty cow by dirty
hands, into a yet dirtier pail and ehurn
ed in a churn dirtiest of all ; besides nu
merous other varieties that baffled all
efforts at analysis.
As we have sail before it is probable
that many of these varieties have disap
peared itom our western tables but all
who depend cpon the daily market of a
large city for & supply of butter know
that in all conscience there is a sufficient
Well, but yon eay, who can afford to
make a good article for six or eight cents
per pound. Did jou not know, most
worshipful dairy maid, that when your
city friends or your country friends who
are dependent on you for a supply, once
learn that you make superior butter, you
can stretch their purse strings most won
derfully. True as gospel. Keep good
cows, and keep them well, keep every
thing clean from stable to stamper; keep
the milk and cream cool and sweet, salt
well, work well, pack well and you have
made your mark, got up a reputation for
yourself, caved that of your country in
this respect, pleased your unfortunate
and dependent city cousins, and have a
new way of filling your pocket. Re
member the period for putting up the
fall butter is at hand. Heed the words
of the suffering and your own bet interests..'.
A Dollar That Pays Well.
One of the best seasonable enterprises,
now before the public, is that of the Pub
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He has secured for his Subscribers fine
colored editions of two splendid Maps of
localities of great interest. One of these
covering a space of more than ten, tquare
feci, shows the entire State of Virginia
60 completely that every county, town,
city, village, river, brook, mountain, hill
and principal road, is readily found. It
also embraces the principal parts of Ma
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Map, covering about fifteen tquare feet,
gives ill the Southern or Slave States,
including Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia,
Maryland, Delaware aid all south of
them. Though not so minute as the
Map of Virginia, this shows all the
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the Southern States. Any person sub
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Maps In addition to this, every new
subscriber for 18C3, (Vol. 22,) receives
Agriculturist for the rest of this year
without charge. We have long received
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of really useful, practical, reliable infor-
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the .Household, including a very inter
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one can fail to get many dollars worth of
useful hints from a volume of the Agri
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much, extra. "We have sent for two
copiesof the paper so as to get both
maps. Send for the paper on our rec
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dime for a single copy, and examine it
for yourself. The address of the pub
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Mutton EaoiH. The best part for
making broth is the chump end of the
loin, but it may be made very good from
the acrag end of the neck only, which
should be atewed gently until it becomes
tender ; fully three hours or longer, if it
be large, but not boiled to rags. A few
grains of whole pepper, with a couple cf
fried onions and some turnips, should be
put along with the meat an honr or two
before sending up the broth, which
should be strained from the vegetables,
and chopped parsley and thyme be mix
ed in it. The turnips should be mashed
and served up in a separate dish, to be
eaten with the mutton, with parsley and
butter, or caper sauce.
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the Graefenberg Mershall s uterine catnaiicon, wner
ever it has been nsed. Rev. PETER SHARP. Ride
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