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. -r -BjTirtaeof
im order of n aliu ezecmiion to me
directed, issued by the Clerk of the
v . Knt Dutnct Court situnir ib .Leaves-
.1. wjrtkCoaaty.KtBsas Territory, gmJRit
gw t",v" ruua m'7Zur
fiiw, id to tbe followng described
till EsUte, to wit: Tbe northwest
.Mirier of teetion 'eight (8) township
l (8) l nag twenty (90) in Jeff-
J will offer for sale at pablic Tendn to
tat highest bidder for caan in band on
iwnrday, the first day of September,
-k.D. 1860, at ,& Coart Hwue door
f k'Ae village of Oskalaosa, County and
'Territory aforesaid, between tbe boars
ofteao'cbok-A.M. and foar o'clock P.
(L(ta ferula t-i
l- Sheriff's Ofttcar Oskalooaa, Kansas.
' y hinton;
Jnr S. Fmnr,-' - Sheriff.
r Att'y,lw- PUwlti". . , S
4 auusst'a HABJB.
5 Territory of 'Kansas,
County of JeiersoB,
- JehaR: Grist7 )
r- "t. v
George C. Breekett)
By virtue of aa order to bm directed
ismed by the Clerk of the First Dis-
- Iriet Court sitting in said county for ibe
trial of eaases ansiag under the laws
ef said Territory, I will, ea Saturday,
the 25th day of August, 18C0, between
' the hours of one and three r. x. of that
day, at the Coart .House door in the
y&ge,oOskaloesav .,i. Md i county,
sasr atbkVsaIe io the Mghai'bid-
ser froh.i hand the felloif' real
xtrotfiecuonlweaty-two in Township
ware Trust Lands in said County, lev
ied upon as the property of the said i
- George C. Brockett to satisfy said.kex-
eeution, and appraised at three hun-
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Aad bm brifkt pmiI thlaa Um sttvery
Uta rtan tn fowfcodof T i
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A tk man f Hmth.
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or a BMBtag u4 arealas !aa4,
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Tnm Ua mi of light 1 tirm4 hit,
Whan Ik Magical warateta jlay;
For aaJataaaea JaaU eaOia fclitiaf air,
LHra a taaS' tnm B CaMa it AUtm,
Aa4 a aiaraiar fraleaala4 am
Waft la from Ba gataa afhaaTaa.
irfuits of ifta ,
cofjiur jaits chlduf.
T BXT8T TB0TW00D.
Sheriff 'a oace, July 1 4thtl 1 860.
" J ' JfF. Hbton. Sheriff.
Johnston, Stinson V Havens,
l-5w. Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Territory f Kansas,
Ceunty ef Jefferson.
John Grist ) ;
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. Stillaua H. Blood.)
By virtue of
'Order io aa directed. iaawMl hv
.' Clerk of tbe District Court sitting in
l - ssid county for tbe .trial of causes ari-
f-sisg under the laws of said Territory.
.1 win, on Saturday, the 25th dav of
August 1860. between the hours of one
-o'cleek and three o'clock P.M., of that
day, at tbe Court 'House door in tbe
village of Oskatoosa, in said county, of
fer at public sale Id the highest bidder
fer cash in hand, the following real-ea-i
(isle. to-wH: o;
f. The south ?eas't qaarler of section
eigateen, in township niae, of range
-seventeen In Jefferson-County Kansas
'Territory, levied upon as the property
' af MUaua H, Blood to satisfy -slid
Verier and appraised at $480.
J" SheriaTs.Ofiee. Oakalooaa. JaW 14th
mAt w ,- -- w J ia
" 'J. r.'Umo, SherisT.
MsoBTOir, stwsojr batmsb,
- .fJaintiTs Attorneys 2-5w
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ibb ay aae wera m iaa ruat'Uiatttet
T " ia aali Ctaartr for tbe trial afcaWa
tae lawa at fain lerntorr. I
i tawaaffaid Territorr. I will
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y, at tb Coart Howe door in ike Til.
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'lIiSS.HpWtl an of aM Tarrkanr.lwal
t&eaMai jawe e'elaekt P. M.
attlBQeaiiBawOaaria the vil.
IZSl' S " woatjrt at aWte
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'set, W-irH; Tbe aoath watt
eSisa tfcrw O) ia tawaahiB niae (9i
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: a uriaaantraaa uaMir. a..
JP'sssj aavaaa, ' , r
I aa aa old maid, a genuine and ver
iuble'aptnster, having long ago outliv
ed tay twenty-iflh birthday '
Now old maids may bar divided into
two djutsesvOhL maids from necessity.
aadKMalaids from "choice. (The for
mer class arelnwicS rSttJIaaieroBfTthan
is generally supposed. One rarely sees
" tww ubs now a aeaae woe or
Otbcr, tf! an tiwBitv'tH' tbe
knell of her own free moral airencv. bv
tying" herself up for better or worse.
(andym my opinion, the worse invaria
bly predominates,) to some specimen
ui naniaDiiy. x repeat uutt there are
very few old maids from necessity, and
i cenaimy ao no: oeiong to tbem.
Tet I -never wasabeantv. What
with green eyes and mudolored hair,
it was always foretold that I should be
an old maid; and, then, from my earliest
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rccuiiecuon up to me present time, A
have always bad the greatest sntirjathT
4r ma am aakl aaAa. A J ? .
am wu bbiv, ana a proporuoasie
partiality for cats and green tea.
xet u was only yesterday that tbe
situation of tbe late lamented lira.
Deacon Jenkins was proffered me; a sit
uation, "fraught with numerous recom.
mendations andadvaatages, mam," (I
4wo wuroa oi we Dcreavea spoase.)
though what their numerous recess
aoeadatioBS and advantages are, I can
not for my life imagine, unless he re
ferred to bis ten children '"'Bat a con
templation of these suggests my story,
iuob wuioa a save oesa iwmitgiiway,
My cfsia Jaae Smith had tba mis
fortune to beeooM attached, somf years
since, ton man. Him she nbsMaeat
ly married, and the ceneequence u, she
has now a bouse'full of children. I've
forgotten just bow maav: I believe
there are seven, bat I used to think than
must be seventeen from the uproar they
contrivadjo make. Yob mast know
that I made Jaae a' visit a few weeks
since, taking our dog, oar cat, and a
lew MBGMzes asxi iMsadles. To give
7 Pnces fnJdeUiI daring those
aBi a m m a i 11 L. ftB -?mJ
,"."?'?.vr,w laaposwoie rPBCB
trials and tribulations! I'm sure if I
Ud'ntbeaBleasad with the akiposiiion
of an angel, it would have been edflK
pletely rumed bv those children.
wen, owe day cousin Jaae weat
away went-with my advice and con
sent, and I Volunteered my labors in
the boms service. , To tell the truth, I
was very triad of an oroortunit of
showing Jane how to manage these un
ruly juveniles, for, excellent woman
that she wssiak.averj I thought, un
derstood family goverameat Now J
pnaoa myseii oa being quite a discipli
T . M J " "- W - 1 -
mnaa. apo xtwaa pith the greatest
aapoewsy inat,i watcnea the flutter
ngofBiy eousiaU browa vail, aa she
"s family gammetrt m'ayraauc
ttJE!XLM7" "1 !
u( wm x overaearn James,
mofherV'gine nowwoB'tfwe h'lvea
higaiold tune? t HeroMgossl sad I
turned jast soisoaioaee the euu
fP5pce jump tqtao, third ,Bslf-oY
the ewbbaardand W.'. li-itk.
j jf 'iaoa aawvawBWVi
augar powi. wniiecKatie. , lo years
younger, more qu.elly helps-l.heraslf
iruaaawwof preserves.' Aasaarlvaa
I .can reoMmber.il should think it oaca
pied about foBrowoads of time,tW aaa
to seize both those children, shake them
into fubmiseioirV3sndi locate them ia
ohaira at oposit oonMr of tlatrossa,
with injunctions not to .move hand or
foot for fifteen minutes.
by my recent conflict. There was a
dsad silence, interrupted only by Ibe
clieking of my needle, for I had put a
veto on all eomanuieaUoa, by word or
tiga, belweea the two offenders. I sat
there coBgratalatbaT myself upon tbe;
admirable sufceos of my theory carried
ifo Bracuce waou a cry irom.taa era
sauoalled me K its amenmaway bad
waked, and, ataaifested a desire to be
taken. Down went my knitting work,
aad up came the child; but upon aotic
ing that ita moAer was not, and that I
Was, tending it, the infant immediate
ly atruck up such' a screaming as I nev
er beard, or dreamed of, before or since.
I coaxed and I petted I sang, "Hush
myUear,' lis still sad slumber," to the
taaeof Greenville, and I sung every
thing ebe'lhat I couMlbink of, mixing
up Mother loose's Melodies aad Isaac
Watte ia s meaner anything bat rsver-
ential to thatmivine I rocked to and
fro with Mtoambine violence I search
ed for hiddedT pins fruitlessly I relat
ed ihe bewitching anecdote of the thrae
little kittens wTio lost tlieir mittens, and
1 filled up all the iatervals with Ulking
oaoy taia arter ine mosiapproveasiyie,
maraering the queen's English ia a
asaaaer to give Murray coavalsions,
aad introducing innumerable words not
kid down ut Webster's unabridged
and still tbe child screamed screamed
aatil it was red, end screamed until it
was hoarse, and screamed until I look
ed upon it in dumb amaiement, that
so small a body possessed such capabil
ities for screaming. "Auntie; it's fif
teen minutes; may we go to play?"
chimed ia Katie. "Yea, yes," said I,
aad they went
well bow, what was to be doner l
resetted. My theories didatseemto
work. . Some new atep must be taken,
- a - m
and thai aiep i speeaiiy aeciaea upon
"Manifestlv." reasoned I "thiadeprav
ed child has inherited from Adam a
Erverse temper, aad a stubborn will."
id I ever bad any disposition tmqass
tion tbe doctrine of depravity, 'native
ana total, l am sure it wouio nave oeea
rleatwwreal-at ftel momaat. I saw plain
ly then that it reaaainaal mt me to sub
due this' rebellion's will, and, as moral
suasion bad proved unavailing, of coarse
something else mat be tried. Acting
upon this resolution, I then and there
proceeded to inflict the proper pawish-
meat I administered as much of 'this
as I judged wise for an infant of that
g, (the little Bessie, who, by the way,
was christened for myself, was six
months old,) but, to my everlasting
consternation, that unaccountable child
only yelled the more lustily. Instead
of comprehending that I waspuaishisg
it for its own good, and, therefore, stop-
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Euk write, it reueanieu tnem, until
ridget came rushing in with, "Och.
mim, and I thought shuro ye were kil
ling the child." Need I say that I
only too gladly resigned my precious
namesake to midget, and left her ad
ministering saccharine consolation to
the young angel, who, with ita fingers
in the sugar-bowl, was still as a mouse?
I rushed to my own room for a few
minutes of rest, only to find confusion
ten limes worse confounded there.- It
seemed that Jim and Katie, on being
dismissed from the nursery, had gone
directly to my apartment, where they
had been having their-'-'bigb old time"
in good earnest. I declare it makes my
natr stand on end to think or it. There
sat Miss Kate, arrayed in my best
hat and shawl, having emptied a bottle
of choice perfumery upon my nicest
nsBasercnmv ana lanuing nerseu wim
a lacs of the gravest sanctimony; while
her brother was mounted upon an im
aginary pulpit, represented by the bu
reau, and ia my dressing; gown and
spectacles, was reading a hymn in tones
worthy 'of an auctioneer. "Playing
meeting." briefly explained the juvenile
orator, as I appeared, "let 'us sing,
'Come oa my pardners in distress."
I'm Deacon Jenkins," and he nodded to
me to take a sest aad "not' to disturb
the meeting;" then going; on to imitate
the drawl aad twang of .the old deacon,
in a style that was perfectly excrutiat-
ing, end compelled me to laugh ia spite,
However, I found it necessary to
break up their meeting ia a very sum
mary manner. The room waa ia a cob
dition of unheard-of disorder, aad an
investigation revealed my King Charles
under an'ottoman; and my cat shut up
in a drawer, with a napkin tied over her
bead.-1 At this ideaeveryk l as per
fectly wild, and I assure yoa that had
it beea possible to serve both those
children measure for measure, by tying
up their heads in1 napkins, and shutting
them into separate closets, I should have
done it Indeed! .was fast .upon the
point of .some such Iransaetioa, when I
thought of my recent emborrastiaff
failure in eornoral buniahment, and I
desisted, just 'dismissing them with a
severe lecture: Having exacted prom
ises of future good' behavior, I suggest
ed to them the propriety-of visiting their
owb private rsspoaamiUty, ejmreseiag
thanks thai,Ir Be!,Tretwo4, -he
beea preserve feejbthe aH eegutfag
aanswrem ot mammpiB
j 0 'i fif i
.,ia your sons aad that vear
daughters may grow into wobmb sueh
as ale was, who Wessiia aad fflamed
WASBnreTOB'a Hoaa?--Pawrea. Jmw-
eavsal ' ureses' BBweaaaaaBaawaV'
aBVlySBt aamm) jBBmajmmm,
saw a Baiatiasr representiafir
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cousins mmxtjaorppz went,off in
high gW, especially when I gave them
permrssioB to remain aVindefaite pe-
of the whole
day.v Yen may imaciae how joyfully I
weteoaeedmyeoMiB anf , retaramg
The other children, save the young- f, .and how I rushed to my room
!si, were at scnooi, so i too ary xnit- and, k
.locking the door, read the last pro-
ths mother of Alfred the Great.eagaged
in rwaiag toner aoaaoaxoa poem.
The queen, a stately woman crowned
and royally' attired, sat with the M. 8.
spread out oa her lap one head on the
page, the other, upraised in aa earnest
and graceful gesture. The little Alfred,
kneeling at her feet with flushed cheek,
fixed eyes, and lips apart seemed
drinking ia her words, as oae who lis
tened to the recital of nobis dseds, aad
resolved that be too woald, one day,
He became-Alfred the Great
Aad is it not a reasonable stnmosi-
tion that the companionship of that
boom mower, Kiaoiea those sparks of
wisdom aad virtue ia the bosom of the
boy prince, which, in hie manhood,
baraed with so pure and steadfast a fire,
that the radiance of it still streams up
ward from the hill of tame, a bsacoa
light for ages yst to come ?
Whea FaKssy, the Potter, bed spent
ia -unsBceeesfal experiments tbe last
coin hft.possessed whea eoW,' "and
something that bites sharper tbaaeohV
bad wrung the "vitals of his suffering
family he exclaimed, "Uhi for oae
small bit of gohlj to try oaoe atore "
His brave aad trusting wife drew from
ber finger her wedding ring,aad placed
it ia hia bead. His next experimcat
That sacrifice of the wedding ring, is
a 'fine point for a poem or a picture
but what patieace, what faith, what
sympathy with bops, what perseverance
under discouragement, does the actioa
imply I And Palissy's discovery would
have remained unmade, but for the deJ
votioa of a weuua.
worthless wesnaa lost Mark Aa
tony his honor and his life.
The brave Dake of Marlborough was
said to be meanly avaricious. He waa
fondly Attached to his wife ; bad that
wife beea a generouf-bearted, high
thoughted woman, instead of the beau
tiful vixen she was his memory might
aothave borne that dishonorine blot
No hero of early pr latter times, of
sacred or profaae. history, shews ia his
mental aad moral character, so large a
surface of 'unspotted excellence, as does
Washington. It has beea said, that
men oi, perfect physical proportions
never Jook tall. It may be that the
symmetrical development of our hero's
character, makes him sppear, oa a cur
sory inspection, less wonderfully great
than he really was. A patriot, without
personal ambitioB a hero, without any
selfish desire for conquest' a maa,who,
while most fitted to enjoy and adera'
society, never overstepped the limits of
rational mirtn one
"Wba Bight bare beea a Kiaf,
Bat tbat be fatly aaeantood
Hew an it was awaaaar ibiac
To be ignobly great, tbaa boaorably good."
And who can tell bow much of the
influence which urged him up to his
unmatched excellence, flowed from the
heart and mind of his wife? 'Polities,"
says Bulwer, "require that the heart
should be free, and at peace from all
the more absorbing, private) anxie
ties.!? The character of Martha Wash
ington seeauto bavebeen almost poet
ioally aa perfect aa that of her illustri
ous hasbead. From the anxieties of
the Senate, aad the tumult of his camp,
his thoashts could tun to his home.
as the place where they might rest
Brave with woman's peculiar courage,
the heroism of aduraace she aosom
paaied him whenever it waa possible
aad proper; to cheer by, her presence,
soothe with her sympathy, animate by
her energy, aad refine by her elegance.
Whatever woman-fears throbbed at her
heart, they were silently repressed;
whatever discomforts encumbered her
way, they were smilingly overstepped.
j ne language) ot nor acufna was
"a love eaeaM.be a garbuM Car tbjarow
Aa4 Mt a peerleb hiadieaee la tar path." 1
But Martha JWasbisgtoa was en
couraged, to do", this. , Her-husband
not only possessed tier love bat ater
ited her, esteem. , Washington's private
life was as irreproachable as his, public
career was glourious hist happy ' wife
rested securelvaader the'ebeher of her
husband's virtues. Hers was what Goof
intended to be the position of woman
I the only one ia which a true woman
can oe reauy nappy., a KTavuaj uepcu
dence eaoae whom she can trust as
wall as lovs. Heaths granite pillar
which upholds the home aha, the
blooming vine"wliich twines round 'and
adoraa it , Let man be virtuout., and
woman will befbappy. Iiste. saered
rights of the domestic affeotion's hVjse
cured to our sex,1, aad weshall' hear no
asore clamor about womaa'a rights,'rfor
womaa will.no longer suffer wrong.,
a - t .t ' -- - a
Amerwaa women i toe uaruoas you i
oars aaii a w nwiai "?mirmm? " '"""
hero's grave, wove that the "spirit of
Martha rWashiagtoasP Iff oBff
you. Americaa mothers! will, you hot
strive so to train yoar children, that,
- la Other lifts.
Henry Ward Beecher illuttratee very
beautifully the.ooatict ia .Un .Chris-
tiaa's heart between natural attachment
to the present life and wward spiritual
yearnings for the lifiTto come: '
"If n child had been bbraaad spent
all his life ia the Mammoth Cart, how
impossible would it be fer him to
prehend the upper world 1 His parents
might tea mm .of ltejjfe aad fcgst sad
beauty, and ita aouads' of joy; they
might heap up the saad into mounds,
and try to show him;' by pointing' to
stalactites, how grass ami flowers, aad
trees grew oat of the 'ground, till at
length, with laborious Ihiakiag, the
child woald fancy he had gained a. true
knowledge of the unknown lead. And
yet though be longed to behold it, whea
the day came that hd waa to go forth,
it woald be with regret for the mauKar
crystals, and tbe rocVbewn .rooms, aad
the quiet that reiiaed therein. But
when be came up some May morning.
... . .1 . m. . r . -i
who wn tQousana oiras singing iu tne
rees, aad the heaveas brisrht and Hoe.
aad full of sunlight end the wind blow
ing through tbe young leaves, all s-glit-ter
with dew, and the landscape strstcn-
ing away green and beautiful to the ho
riaoa, with what rapture would he ajaxe
about him, aad ase how poor were'all
the fanoyiags aad interpretations which
were made within ttne cave,, of the
things which grew and lived witbouL
and now woald be wonder that he could
have regretted to leave ihe silence aad
the dreary darkaess of his eld abode I
So, when we emerge, from this cats of
earth into, taatlaad where . spring
growths are, aad where is summer, aad
aot that miserable traveslie which we
call summer here, how shall we wonder
that we eould have clung so loudly to
!.:- J..V. J u,-i i:r.t . -4
nii um iuu uairea urei
Beat OB. then.. 0 heart and veara for
ayiag. x nave drank at many a foun
tain, but thirst came acrain: I have fed
at many a bounteous table, but hunger
returned; I have seen many bright aad
lovely things, but while I gased their
wt lauou. xaetv m ootaing nere
tnai can give me rest; hut, when 1 be
hold thee, 0 God, I shall be satisfied.
should new political mcrgeBcies occar
ting and sat down, jutt a Kttleflaetered ehmation for ThankBgiving, tejicb 1 1 newWashin?oV!hr srise io meet
How tbb LoKooir Tntxs ts Paarrxn.
A London correspondent of tbe-Phil-adelpbia
Ledger, haviag visited the of
fice and press-room of the "Great Thun
derer." communicates tbe following in
teresting facts, which came aadsr his
"They use nine tons of paper a day.
enough to reach to Dover, eighty-three
miles. The water to wet the paper k
raised by an engine, and going 'through
n perforated sine cylinder, falls oa an
endless blanket aad. wets tweaty-four
sheets at a time, xhey, use twenty
seven kegs or two tons of ink aweek
Moulds for electrotypinjr, are made of
papier-mache, from which lead impres
sion a are taken, hbu rrauj tor awe ia a
half hoar; can take six plates from A
mould, tbe manner of doma? which with
out burning the mould is s secret; save
six hours bv e'ectrotv-Mao-."' Hava aa
eight cylinder Applegath press, that
takes twelve inousand uve hundred im
pressions and a Hoe ten-cylinder,' that
turns ont sixteen thousand four hundred
an hour, each working ,10 mea. The
latter moves horizontally,' aad' is aot so
complicated as the former, which works
verticallv. Thev nreler AtmWath'a
..... t ;r
aa it does iu work more neatly. Jus-
ploy 360 men, aad issue 55.000 copies;
nave a man who counts auo a minute,
and they are all delivered five minutes
after the stoppage of 'the press. One
dealer takes 28,000 ia twenty-four
carts. Two twelve., horse engines are
used., Forty years sgp.ooly book 1,200
impressions per hour,, and first yearly
volume (I7SI;)is bat quarter the size
oi toe quarierueaoi Hie years.
Goon Annex to Youne Man. Hor
ace Greeley, ia Msjriitorial oommeaU
upon hia private hrtUr.to William H.
Seward, draws the followiag exselleat
mbralfrom it,, which wo bearily aad
earnestly indorse.; x.
'-'A single worjljof improvement to
tbeyoaagaad sirdntipoliliciaaa who
may read my letter aad Ms oamiaest
The moral tl would iaculcate isa,triu
one. but none the lens imsjortaat Jt.is
summed up in the Scriptural injunction
"Put.not your trust in prinoesf Msn,
even the best ere frail aad BSBtabls,
,while jiriaciple is sure- ajui,. eternal.
Beaomaa.'a maa, but Trulltud yoar
country's. Yoa will be seroly tempted
at times to tale thia or that great ,mea
for your oracle and smide , rt is easy.aad
tempting to leaa,,tefoBewaadto,trast;
out it ia aaiar ami wiaar w awa avar
throueh your owa eyes to tread your
own, path to trast implicitly ia God
alone. The atmosphereTs a little warm
er inside some" great men's oastle. bat
the free air of Heaves is ever so much
A'rabidaatwuarian heariag that a
ravea would live two huadred years
bought one to try it. '
eat' eTtae ladoaTZa1annVfli
iBcmf.to the aumaroue eases of OBOi
from aaeaal peasosBag, aade ija tiotis'y
"X vcatare toaaarmtaaiUMre is
scarce a cotage ia the pountry thatlioes
not contain aa invalaabk esrtain iss
mediate remedy fer such eveais', aotk
lag ssore thaei a desssrtsnsearal of ansae
BMastard,;BUxsd ia a tumBisraof,wi
Water aad drank jmmediately. fit
as aa emetic, is always ready, aad asav
be used ia any ease' where oae is requir
ed. ' rlutule this smtpteajrttdote, anal
yoa may be. the msaaaof asyiaf asaay
a fellow creature froas aa aatimeTy ead."
( ASrambb iBaVABjjOAVTakaoao
eoffee-capmll. of warm. water'aadBw
solvs ia it oae-aad-a-half tea-svoearels'
of. soda, three cups of buttermirk. about
two-thirds of a cap of Orleans mslssies
a little salt, a small headsal-ofi aoar;
aad nseal enoagh to make kef about tbe
coasistaary of aiuJUs.r , Steam it over
a hot fire foar hours, without lifting the
stesmer cover or aflowiag tbe fire to
sleeken aa instant. ' If all these eeafc
tioasre eomplied with, the reeuk will
be the saost delicioas thiag.ia the shape
of bread ever brought to the tebw
Mock Ams-P; is Take oae 4sa-cup-ful
ofhread-crnmbs, two. of water, one-
and-a-half of sugar, one toa-rpooafal of
tartaric acid; WBttle mlt and ciaaamon
or extract oi temoa. iiec Koeuave
minutes, then poarit boiliag hot jpte
pie-plates lined wttt paste, cover with
the saase, aad bake immediately. TJiey
should be eaten the same day, as they,
do not keep well
ArraBirJauT. Appfee make aa ex
cellsnt Jellyi-yTbe process isas follows :
They are pared, qaartered, and the core
compleatty reaaoveefand put into apot
tMotif water' cToMlfcovered. and nut
into anoven oroverpthe aW. When
arettv werasswWrhe juice into bo
sqaeesed oat aaroBgh a eloth, to which
a little white of aa egg amy be added,
aad then the sugar; skim it previous
to boilin- then reduce it to a proper
.-" " . a.
consistency, aaa bb exoatteat jelly will
be tae product e
Beer Tins res PAxwrno-Hoveaa.---Accerdiag.
to the &wsac idrtimwm.
the beet tiaae for Daiatinw the axtertar
oi mumwga, etc, ia late ia auiaasa, or
auring winter, rami inen appoea win
endure twice as long as whea applied ia
early summer, or ia hot weather. Ic
the formmer case it dries slowly, aad
becomes very hard, like a. glased sur
face, not easily affected afterward by
the weather, or won off by the beating
of storms. Bat ia very hot weather.
the oil ia tbe paiat soaks jinto the weed
nt once, as .into a sponge, loaviag.the
lead nearlv drv. and aearlv readr to
...... -or Jht-l'- Ji.a . J e
crumoie on. xoia aw aimeuity, now
ever, wesnouia tniaa,migntin ameas'
are be narded ngaast,. thosurh at in
creased expease. by first roiag ever the
auriaee wita raw ou. dj pniatwg in
cold weather, oae annoyance might cer
tainly be escaped, uautely,1 the eoHec-
tioa of small flies oa the fresh paint a
UMBg very oomawa lattue regioa m
summer, , i ? L
How ro Cucab TBX'Txxni: There
is, fa my opinion, ao dentrifice.aeed so
baneful ia Its effects as .charcoal. I
doubt if there is a dentist, with 'a fair
practiee often years, buthasseeawerse
ejects trees issues thaa from the sae of
to insert three sete of teeth, where the
Jama were deetroved, aad the teeth
ropped oat, from the bos of .ebaroaal.
la two or those -08080 tae ffssss were
permanently diseoforedi so there eaabe
nomittake of its agency. - "' t
' The effeet of charcoal rie purely me-
chaaical; it is as sharp as duoufoad dast.
Bewg perfeedy iasolubleHi the fluids
oi tne mourn , it insinuaiaa iiaeii octweea
the neck $ the tooth aad the gam, pro
ducing alceratioa, 'secession, aad fiaal
lose of the tooth itself. Next 'to char
coal, ia their bed.effecU upon the teeth.
are the varioaskis of bo)ee aad earths,
uader different high sounding, asmss,
and popular as tooth powders. , L
I would haw my patients ase no kind
of powder upon the teeth efteaer thaa
fftro or three Umeaamonth; then I
woald not have tfeem'uee the brash, bat
take nemo' fiaely-nrejaWoha, aad a
stick of red oedar, ersassrjiicaory
we .should say soft wUtejPifaaad
about three iacbes loag. wedge shaped,
and from oaemighth tocme-qaarteriach
wide ; with this, poheh the eeamol, be
ing careful aot to irritate the gaauur
The great dsawiias ahot ahould be
used at all imis,aad sads'sfl etrOBaai
sUoees,isseap., Itsalkaliae pfopertiea
serve to neutralise the aoids onataiaed
ia the flaids of the nWuth. aiditocWa
ing prbrrtiealwm eorreet the breath.
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were aansma. aad
father bad dowa hia
Lester aad Carrie
are now Iwamaw the W
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of BafiU's Bay.' They:
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ror tkmka ef rate nthoat a.i
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Ambj Airsuaowr. AaMBlvi
down atarted forth t'albet lSSaBa't
"Sit ap wrtk aiek tnoaB" st
eaaaed a nuk of timed to Ammi'a
aad converted his head iato at eats' aa
ea which his bead sad heels rsrarred.
not a fixed feet. Bat, Ammi - want
foBad-'picked apMy awalshman,i
making very, ciwBitoaeBttrtofce;,
Cowes aad a saarket! So eoafasoawao.
he, that upon Uing qaastieoed by Deg-
berry at to who he was, aaa waasst was
ail aoout,nmmi gotnieuaiuav tmmm ap. ;
"Ammi Abubsbowb, (hie) I Beed.to
"Did. eh? WeD, who are job sow?
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(hwj old Matters!" .
Yoa aia't aowa. m
wsV eld ssaaMV
,vs jjoewerrr. "asK yu aw
ttmiw mnnm wbat'a vaaw"nam
v iT V. -.a b ff rS a nf ff tT
"Asami hic; 'v 1X
"Am I. whatr' saya Dagbmtj. -.J
"Am I dum, or aia't 1 Aasaai. old
leather head? or who the f his)d-rl sen
Lif I aia't Asmai A-isAO
VYes yos are afeam, sow; ?
key keg. aad I'm dews m'yesV'fetM
year HapeHaaee aadTmso'-.'se: earnest
alear. my eoveyr . n -rnr
Aad poor.,Ammi amsiidswn, was
mkea do wabelow. aad wraptup faa
straw quilt to rafraeb his kaewkge;
box by a qaitt aucoeerea the wwr ei
gee of eal beards. " '' -)n
fellow, who beeaBM.kred of tett, ,.
thought he might eommk sakide. Wt '
anvTawaMbhessaansB. Sal' asartslisg :
aoose from his Book, sayiag;
iWn'lwMt Ja-ia't aa.
aa. nor will forwrrookt Ileah. fee lstvi
ting the coBBsrasail sswheeiatete
The aasty vnrmram ,amvw'awaat,
twa thoaaaad aeissea .wertk of
da- ami wham he aad I saoeL 1
that thereH be a geaeral fossT See if
therewea't." ' t-n-n
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Why wa yoaag ook hwe nir'sfg ?
Seeause aas tn bo nrette Before ft
A Tom's OajawnssT ioWmbb . t
beveraeVptefiaved by OeawBewlf ' to
aeuriahaad ravareraaa bis
sreroas very. It
eta iato thesr
water ed the braia, fer
, araav aa aBaw
makes Ihsl mleiaal slsssn waaro
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trieities, bat.as ahjsr0
fband ia the West A
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he was abcut rloeiag., theJadgsasi
him which side so was i iliTsiI os.
"The dsfesos. yosr
Tbeo,"ssid Judge P "wbjuo
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awn waai a iwa pirw, c
;i sis m sineuy truel
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si their owa sasseiy, bad aajbiu
How they threag the )missrjsBf ,
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