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pit (Kounig tincl THE HOUSEHOLD. EAMI AN!D GARDEN.
Cam of tho Even.
HUMOli AjNJJ WIT. Prcacott, the historian, in consequence
of a disorder of tbo norvo of tbo cyo,
The way to get a good wife take nlwiotc every word of his historical works
good girl and go to n parson. without pen or ink, as ho could not bco
Tb,o Road to Poor Farming.
1. Invest all your capital irii land.
and run in debt for moro.
52. Hire moriey to stock your farm.
8. Ilavo no faith in your own busi
IIopki's liko a bad clock, forever whcn Pon wa .ut, o nk or from ftCss, and bo always ready to sell out.
iking tho hour of happiness whether ?ny otb,cr caus0 fai,c'1 10 mako a mafk; Buy racan cpws, spavined horses,
it has come or not.
A WAVE on which many a p6or follow
has bcc'rS carried dway :tho wavo of' a
laco edged cambric handkerchief.
no usea an ngaio Btyiua on caruonnicu poorjoxon and clieap tqojsi t
b. a ecu poor nay and mouldy c
paper, the lines and edges of tho paper
being indicated by brass wires in a
( exclusively, in order to keep your
tamo fiery cattlb nro terribly
ccrous tumor ucmnu iuc uau, vmvu tno linir lively, and pounds out all tho
pushed it out on tho cheek. ' gr,ubo.
Thcro arc many affections of the oyes 7, Select such calves for 3tocU as tho
which arc radically incurable. Persons Woli ore Rtilinluinilina nf runt a liin
in tho hams, and pot-bellied ; but bo
suro and keep their blood thin by scanty
wooden framo. Utnek
Crawford, the sculptor, tho habit ofl hard on old: rlefcctv vnrrons nml rWu.
'Bill, civo mo a bifo of your apple, whose life had been to read in a rcclin- q. Use tho oil of hickory freely when-
nnd.I will show you my tsoro toe." Bill "g position, lost ono cyo and soon died cvcr y0m. oxon nc0(i etrength ; it is
litMt,'for such ah overture could not bo tho formation of a malignant can- cheaper than hay or mcali and keeps
..A.GLEnaYltAlTJSaid. in a recent scr
rn,6h that tho "path of rccititude" had
l.'i'.. 1 . - .1...
it had completely run to grass. o scrofulous constat ono, without any
' Tho "boy" who was told that tho determine the diseaso tothoevobv some i,,.i,nA. Ji. ... it 1. .1
ocst euro lor palpitation of tbo heart, orrnncotia habit or nractico. and it re- r.. ii .nu ot--n. 1. j
was, to quit kissing tho girls, said, "If mains thcro for life. It 13 useful, there- a -nn ,!. Kf n..f!,.;
that s tho only remedy, I say loc her foro, to know Borne of tho causes which, manur0 . it nin.cg tho fielda Iook blnc
l'u'l" oy ucoiiitai ng tuo oc, juvho uiauuau iu nn(i mournful nt)out tilnnt nir t mn ; Jift
A NicB'old lady un town declares that it, or render it incapablo of resisting
sue tlnnks it very strango that a little advciso influences. 0. Kovcr wasto timo by ECttin out
quicksilver in a glass tube, can make Avoid reading by candle or any other fru'lt anj ua(j0 trce3 . frujt.and leaves
bucii awiui noi wciuucr uy just rising in uiuuuiu ngui. rotting around a placo mako it unheal-
A vnrvn wnn Rtonner mfn n inn .'nfAro Jiiumiiuu in. x ouio iuiu 10 wiu
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1UUU UllUl OUIUlUtlH Ul UL'IUIU DUIIllOV;.
jjo not allow yourscil to read a mo
mcnt in any reclining position, whether
in bed or on a sola.
'Alio practico ot reading wuilo on
liorso-bank. or in any vehicle in motion
011 wheels, is most pornicious.
Heading on steam or sail vessels should
not bo largely indulged in, becauso tho
slirratcet motion of the
Holt County Sentinel
in brand street, tho other day, and
said ho wanted to ge't a "Young Man's
Uompamon." "Well, said tho bool:-sel
lcr, "hero's my daughter."
r 'A satirical French author savs
, "Whcn l lost my wife, every family
with which' I was acquainted, offered me
another ; but when I lost
not ono o them offered to
A YOUKa lady objected to a
carrying her across a mudholo because
she .thought, herself too heavy. "Lor's
missus," "B'aid Sambo imploringly, "I'se
carried wholo barrels of sugar."
A Boston paper says that a hasty
pudding which had been set out to cool
it cuy, was taKen to
by a police man, on
Tho American Stock Journal says :
"No class of sheep bo clearly demon
stratcs tho effects of good feed and care
ful breeding as the improved Southdown.
Tho original breed having been raised
p . . ; , ,
iroiu umo immemorial upon a low ran 20
of chalky hills, running parallel with a
part of tho southern shoro of England.
cion ot tho pace or vour rr.f. vitvt in:n ;n i, ... 1
ody, altera tho focal point and requires Sugsex, rnhc80 nr0 ciM tho South.
a painful, straining eflort to re-adjust downs. rr.hoy 6ro about j bfc ,
JN ever attempt to look at tho sun i,..,iii,ti,n i.tnlmaf. hin..,n;n ot,n
. 1 i VMV U.k.MWWW I'Wiu UUUIU
wnuo snining, umec3 tnrougn a coiorcu. ui,n ap ,.,.. -w,n BniiT0i:i,f
1tba nf mm. 1-in.l niiati n i-n vt 1 iv! ,.1. I , .. .. . . . O
fc,u v bvuu,uU, .,wuu,vy ""b"' anu ssnuy , tno crass short, but verv
moon should not be long gazed at.
ono morning in that
tho, station-house, by
sweet. Tho valleys among tho Downs
were once almost os barren as the hills
thcmselvo3, but by cultivation have been
rendered exceedingly fertile, to effect
which tho sheep havo rendered consider
ucnars unucr dwelling houses aro gen
in Hie Ptrrot" n orally deemed indispcnsiblc. They.&tc
llllV lllllfl C1IV. I"- ouwi iuui..ii,Mitvi iviiuyvivu hhu i -. . , ' ,
them, that son-o have advocated their a?u, . I01,u?" pon wo arrowo lagtu by.
non-construction. They aro almost V"? w.m iu ma mre.
universally, manutactories o foul air, " , '"u'p"" u'
tidy littlo city.
' it T . . . I .
; ILLUSTRATED WltU CUtS i" Said a
mischicVoti3 young urchin, as ho drew
Jua kuile across tho lcavea.of his grauv
mar. 'tJJlustrated.witlt cut3 1" repeat
cd tho school.-mastcr, as ho drow his
rattan across th.e, back of, "tho mischiev
which finding its way upwards by means IO0U raiscu1 Ior 11 at purpose, such as;
of doors, windows, Btairways, aud crcv- Fye' &.aSB orea cl?vcr and "PC J
ices in tho lloors, diffuse its noxious ele- ""i1""; .lU1" "l1"" l"u
mnnirnntrb tKn.rorma nhnvn. nnA hn. JOUng rye in Winter they arClDdTTltll
good supply of turnips. - Thus, while
tnr, :U..- C1." . nnin flinv Brrrn no o l.nrhnr, fnr rnta nn.l. tPy UaVO aided in Changing tho CharttC
. r.tr r", v "u,auuui "UUUM : rn w: 5; r ;; t of their feed, that fecdiias ddod in
- ' n t.:.-. i. 11 at. i
usually constructed, affording access to Pu"uB,"B,u,.wr-,wr,wwr anu lB0 cnar
tho sido walls from below.
It is not necessary, howovcr, that
thoy should bo infested with vermin or
Heaven forbid ! I havo two wives half tilled with rotting garbago to pro
auco tho results complained ot. The
fine rain wo had.
.. '"l'csi neighbor, delightful."
'"If it come3 warm after this, wo 6hall
havo 'everything starting out of tho
WavcricyJIagjiziBC, mG mmM
Family Instruction and. Amusement,
.Edited ot Mioses A, Dow.'.
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actcr of their fleece.
i - -
under 'it 1"
"Bob, Harry Smith has ono o!
grehtesXcurjpBities you over saw."
"Don't say so what'iFit?""
"Atreo that novcr sprouts, and bo-
copes smaller tho older.it grows."
"Weir," that is a curiosity. Where
did ho get it I"
"What is tho natao of it J''
3 Ailetrco it once belonged to a Oal
ifornia, omhib.ua !"
surfaco of tho earth ifc filled with decom-,
posiblo Bubstanccs, and whenover air is
conhned in any spot, it becomes satur
ated with various exhalations deleterious
to health. Means must bo provided,
therefore, for their thorough vbntilation,
or cellars must bo totally abandoned.
should bo cool in summer, impervious to
SonanuM as a Green Fodder Chop,
Indian corn requires a rich soil, and
ono not liublo to suffer from Bevero
drouths, to make a really good growth
of stalks for cutting for fodder, green
or dry. 'y Sorghum, if tho soil bo well
worked v and not weedy, will in many
places furnish more fodder and of nearly
as good quality, especially in dry soa-
sons. Thero is not so much need of
care in selecting the seed, and this crop,
if it get a good start will boar ' drouth,
froRf. in wintnr. nn.l nt nil tinina frft nf VCry WC11. 11 BUOUIO DO 80Wn in drills
moisture ,Tho walls should rise ono or P"0"1, wo -ioob apart, a'he ground
twn fnof nt innuf: nbnWA bn inni nf tb should bo deep, mellow.'and freo from
Scorio closes'. by , Bob throwing an 0,irpn,1T,,i;n .Alirri nri 0t,n,',i,u,'iu' weeds. When the seed first' comes up
ink-stand afa-:half-closed door. ;n yirnn mnrt.Tr. nr nf lonbt, tininUrl win,' tho littlo plants aro jhard to tell' from
Tw Tim flnra wVinn Pnnnwlinnt tirnollt MH, 1,:1, e l. .11 J Cl'aSS. and are liable to bo cliokcd.
, m mm 44 II VH U V 1 VV i) 4 V M U MUUI 11. 1 11U L 11 1 IV 11 1! O ft III LI1II Itilll nillllllll I U I
lar'celv eniracred in breeding iriulcs for tint, lm Ipbh tbrin' fiftonn nr ! rrbrflonH hence clean land js very desirable. It1
1. . Ci il -l-.i. . It i i . i . .w iu nil f otlif nfiOiillilrA nAvn ntn!la
lncnrH ana it tno hnnsn wn a fihnvft m w v"fc vwv hau wiu dwuiuo.
Tracy, wbp.was as shrewd 'a Yanked as
over whittled a smngio or sold a clock,
Stood with a South Carolinian on the
p'tcps of tho Oapitol, when a drovo of
mules passed by, on their Southern
'Tracy," said tho Carolinian, "there
coos a company Or your constituents,"
"Yes," was tho dry retort, "they are
doubtless coinc; to South Carolina to
"I sY, old fellow, what aro your
politics V said ono, friend quizzing an
other. ' .
"nfimnoratln. nw fntbor waa a Dem
ocrat," ho replied.
"And what is your religion?" con
tinued 'tho othor.
.,'.T--i-i.i j ' , ' . rtuu-
tostantj" was' tho answer,
i "And why aro you a bachelor V eaid
-jJ'Becauso ray father was a oh, con
fquria it ! don't bother mo with your
i i Lip: to .seo men crowding about the
bar-room, ori Monday morning before
guri-tisa1 it ahoAYs their anxiety to get
at their1 week's 6mployment in good'gea
yI liko to aco womon send their butter
to' markof in a . dirty,; cloth ; it shows
oconomy, and eaves washing,, ,
"i''I like to see-men pay their debts on
thq,,b.ack, of art execution; it saves
-I Hko-to,80j3 youtjg men, stop a wholo
congregatipn'fipm going, out of church,
wtilfo ihcyl. Btand.chatting in tho aisle ;
it shows they mind tboir own business.
I liko tO BQO) .ladies and gentlemen
eivirfc'douhtonanco and shelter to drink
ing ;sot8r,,';n'eroly'.1bccauso thoy )vear fino
built of brick -or atone, two feet is pro-
ferablo. Tho cellar should haVo a con-'
nocting drain at its lowest corner, which
should.always be kept freo from obstruc
tion ; anit each room in it should havo,
at least, two sliding sash windows to
securo a good circulation of air. In
very cold climates, thoso portions xl tho
wall above tho surface of tho ground
should bo double, oithcr by moans of a
distinct tniu wall, on tho insido, or by
lathing and plastering on tho-insido
and bo furnished with .doublo windows
as a further security against frost. An
outsiuo door with a ilight or steps is de
sirable in every cellar, and especially in
ono conncotod with a farm house.
Ilavcl nud Bo Water for Cooking,
J. no cuectu or hard
water and soft
water on vegetables vary materially,
Peas and beans cooked in ' hard water
containing limo gypsum, will not hoi!
tender bcqauso-thcso.substances harden
vegetablo cae'sin. In soft water they
boil, tender anddooso a certain rank raw
tnsto which thoy rotaim in hard wat r
Many vegetables (as onion) boil noarly
tasteless .in nar,u water, occauso an tno
ilavor Is diasolved out. Tho addition
of salt often checks tha (as in'.tho paso
ot onion, ) causing tbo vegetables to re
. . . T ir i," ' ' i
iuiu tuo ncouuor' iiaYonns-nrinciDies
bosidesmuch nutritious "matter. which
might be lost in soft wafer. " Thus it
appears that salt hardons tho Y&tcr to
a uegrco. tfor oxtraclinc tho mlco3 o
meat to mako broth or sour, soft -water
unsaltod orcold at first, is tho best, for
it much morp rapidly penetrates tho tis
sue's ; but tf or. .boiling meat.whero ,tho
juico should bo rotainod, hard wator or
saltod is preferablo, and tho meat should
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51 ME. DEMOUEST'S
MIRKOB OP XVHIIIOiVS
IX. tics, consisting of brilliant and cntertulnlng
Stories, l'ocms, pinctical rtccipts, and other
valuablo bouschold umtters, with our usual
Mammoth Fashion Plates,, for which wo possess
extraordinary facilities, with over ten dollars'
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given during tho year, together with a constant
succession ot Literary ana usual novciiics, an
to bo profusely illustrated with fino jsngrav'
Inns, urescntlne (lib most nttrnctlvo, entertain
inc. useful and artistlomngizine, in a beautiful
style for binding, and, tlio finest monthly now
Blngio copies -'u cents; yoariy j.. .1 ,
A package of two dollars' worth, full size
fashionable patterns, or a largo, splendid anil
artistic parlor steel engraving is prescmeu ns a
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CO UWTIJYG-tlO USE,
and costing bnt FIVE" DOLLARS,, which In
years to como cannot bo purchased for any
will abound with selections of Wit, Original
Stories, 'Comio Skotclics, and light Literature,
culled from a wclbgarncrcd storehouse of fun,
fact and Incldeht, ntfordlng lntire'sfing' light
heading matter for tho Parlor and Flrd;sldc. '
bo tlllt in vliiln if' id liriilmrr. nn na In
clpthc8;'at' 8iowd:':!ihpy think n9ro of 1 seal up tho pores at onco. American
dress i than principle. v' lAguculturist.
Baliko Green Hay. Experiments
lavo bcon mado in packing trreen hay
with entiro, success.' Tho dow or rain
is dried off, leaving tho stalk still green,
but wilted. Tho hay is then pressed
into bales and stored away. It will
como out'in winter alrnqat as fresh as it
went in, losing comparatively but littlo
: tc : it:. !.
iu nuigut. ui uuuiau iuib IB Ull llll-
irovement upon tho old method, as tho
luiccs or r a rvrnaa nrnrnfninnii i i;nia
i'ABTUlUta TtiTv Tn Rvvn WIM
grass gets tho 8toeiK; n ooBei n.
tresh succulent quality, -..mucn of ;ta
HiilniltxA nvMrr il't fthmnf. ....
, " 5 T-i- . l i i-
uuiin nil railK B)UIB ; 'Ur mOW inO WI1OI0
field, if tho eVil is general. Mow closo,
and begin a new crop. This is much
neglcctod, but it is ycry important.
RuraUVoHd. . '
TnE Uoston Cultivator Bays : Let it
bo a rulo of every farmer that no weed
shall bo allowed to bloom on his culti
vated grounds., Tho samo rule should
also bo extended to tho uncultivated
ground to tho cornors of fences, stone
heaps and othor wasto places whore
weeds delight Lto growandiwhero thoy
aro too frequently allowed to co to seed,
Grl'asiI the Implements. A corres
pondent of tho Prairio Former truly
says' that tho application of grease
(unsaltcu) to plows, cultivators, noes,
spades, tfic'., would save much jaborin
scourincji -Whenever any, implement is
to remain unused for a short time, lot
tup groastf(rog bo usea at onco.
' ''PeAviMbfcA. A; ebrresnonbent asks
whether hen man.urp(is ihq beat'fpr'lilizcr
tor ffirg- plants.
&c, fcc.,, &.,
in r i rrm r r r TTCiinri nmir nct'
This Department of the Monthly, under tho
immediate supervision .of McLesan, thecclibrat
ted Comic Delineator, will bo found always rich
in Wit, Merriment, and appropriate Design. '
navloii'roade special arr'angeiiients' with Mmo.
Dejioiiebt, 473 Uroadway, New, Yoik, for con
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Stato of Missouri, v iu
County of Holt. s
In tho Holt Circuit Court; April Teiufges;
luavpa o. upiop,i I, ,j,'iumuu.
against , V
Iflram N. Upton, -J ( Defendant.
VTOW,' at this day,;,oomes. the plaintiff,-, by his
Attorneys, auu it'appeanoglM tho satisfac
tion of the Court, that the Defendant. .Hiram N.
Upton', cannot lie Hiimmooed in this action, it is
ordered by tbo Court that publication be made
notifying him that an aotlon has been commenc
ed against him by Petition, and Attachment, in
tho Cirouit Court of Holt; County, in. the State
of Missouri, founded on soma tbreo notes aud a
receipt for seven-hundred and nuiety.ni&oi.dol.
lors. and ninety-two cents, that his nronertv
has been attached, and unless be be aud appear
uv tu uo lenn 01 idis court, to t ColUen at
tho Court Houso in Orccon. in theieountv ef
-Holt, on tbo sixtoenth day of October, ,18Q6, and
on or neiore tno tutiu day, thcroor, If tho') term
shall so long continue, and if not then before
the end of tbo term, Judgment will be, rendered
against him, and his property sold to satisfy the
same. It is further' ordered that a copy, hereof
bo published according to Law.' ,i
A true oopy. Attest i .
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