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WjM (Stotmtg Sentinel
"IN THE TOUTS."
Chocks of an ominous crimson,
Eyebrows arched (o n frown,
Pretty red Hp" quiver
With holding their sweetness down.
Glance that never Is lifted
from tlio bands that, In cruel jilny,
Arc tearing tlio vrhlto roso-pctnls,
Aiul tossing tlieir hearts away.
Only to tblnk that a whisper,
An Kile, meaningless jest,
Bbould stir suoh a world of pnsston
In n dear, little, loving brenst.
Yet ever for such light trifles,
Will lover and las fall out,
And the humblest lad prow hnugbty,
Aud the gentlest maiden pout.
Of course I must suo.for pardon,
For what I cun hardly say
Hut, deaf to opposing reason,
A woman will havohcr way.
And when, In despite bcr frowning,
Tim scorn, the grief, and tho rue,
Sho looks so bowltchlngly pretty,
Why what can a poor follow do t
When gamblers marry thoy rarely an-
nounco "JNo cards."
Tse best way to keep a woman's lovo
is novcr to return it.
When docs a lady's tongue go quick
est ; i ben it's on the rail.
Matrimony is liko a besciged city
Those that arc out want to cet in, and
those that arc in want to got out.
"bOOD blood will show itsolf," as
tho old lady said when sho was struck
by tho redness of her noso.
Why is tho loader of an orchestra at
tho opera tho most wonderful man
tho ago? Uccauso ho boats Time.
An old lady wants to know, if tho
compass has a necdlo of thirty points
how long it would tako a woman with
such a necdlo to mako a shirt.
'To.Mi'BY, why am Massa Field al
ways at work at do oshen cable ?" "G
way, Jupe, I dunno." "Well, den
'causo he's de-Cyrus to have it succeed
Miss Hauris, who shot her lover ro
cently in tho Treasury Department, is
now residing in Richmond, following
tbo occupation of. a milliner, and has
' apparently, quite recovered from her
Somebody mado a good hit tho othc
aay wncn no said that in m iu wo
went to war on account of tho stamp
act, and got tbo nigger; and that in
18G1 wo went to war about tho nigger
and got tho stamp act.
A dutiful son was sent to do an er
rand. Ho stayed away ten years ; re
turned with tuo errand, and prcsonted
himself. "Horo, mother, is tho sugar
you sent mo for." "Set it down, my
Bon ; you ought to bo puuished for
staying out so long."
The farmer whoso pigs wcro so lean
it took two of them to mako a shadow,
has been beaten by another, who had
Eovcrnl so thin that thoy would craw!
out through tho cracks in thoir pen. lie
finally stopped that fun by tying knots
in their tails.
Pat Doolyn a high private in the
British Army at Inkcrman, bowed his
head to a cannon ball which whizzed
past, six inches abovo his bearskin
One who was not in tho same danger
asked was ho atraid ( "Well, no
said Pat, "but ono never loses any
thing by politoness."
"Am: you, really, you know, going
to 'ang Davis?" stud an English so-
lourner, "it would bo too blasted bad
that would, you know." "Oh, wo
shan't hang him," said bis interlocutor,
"Wo shall probably blow him from tho
muzzle of a gun, as you did the Sepoys
in inuia." "An v saia tbo stranger
"but that was quito another thing, you
"IIoLiEiiED." Wcro you cvor at
darkey camp meeting? Well thoy l,hol
ler" sorao. Ono old darkoy of my ac
q'laintanco was reproved ono day by
ins master tor shouting so at his privato
devotions. Pompoy, with a very grave
faco, said: "Gue33 massa don't road
do scrinters wid much 'tontion." "Ah
how's that?" said tho mastor. "Why,'
. said Tomp, with a knowing look, "don't
do benpter Bay, "Hollered bo Thy
A few years sinco Tom Marshall was
delivering an address to a largo audi
enco at Buffalo, when Boraa ono in tho
hall every few moments shouted "loud
er, louder !" Tom stood this for a
whilo, but at last, turning gravely to
tho presiding officer, ho said: "Mr.
Chairman, at tho last day when tho an-
gol with his goldon trumpot proclaims
that timo shall bo no moro, I doubt not,
sir, that thcro will bo in that vast
crowd, as now, Bomo drunkon fool from
Buffalo, shouting "louder, louder!"
Tho houso roared, Tom wont on with
his speech, but thcro wcro no moro
cries of "louder."
MUM AND HOUSE.
Koopinjj Swoot Potatoosi
Most persons find it impossible to
icccn sweet r.otatocs uurinc tho winter,
as they must bo kopt at a uniform tern
pcra'urc, nn 1 in c oJr'a'.n stato of dryness
or they decay and aro gono directly ;
ami indeed it is a somewhat aitncuit
matter to kcon them with tho ordinary
-n-lin--n -F thn Fnrtn. hnitan.
'.. . l i t
Uumavingoccniuii w pu.cuua. buuu
potatoes lately, I had tho opportunity
of seeing a swcot potato collar, that
was at onco offectivo, economical and
simplo whero no thermometer to regu-
ato tno tcmpcraturo no uircci nrc
icat. nor any particular attontion was
required after storing away in tho fall.
Wttia A-eiofm1 rp n -nllnr nr ViMa in
tho ground, dug directly under tho floor
of tho rocra occupioa oy tno latniiy,
mo oniy opcnuiK w vruiuu wub uuur iuu
8t0VC-plaC0 by a trap door : tho collar I
is small, say six feet wide, e.gbt or ton
feet long, and BIX or BO high, or large
cnougU to hOlU IUU to OUU DUBnciS ot
potatoes when tilled un. Tho walls of
this collar aro many foot insido tho wa'li
or tno uouso, ana ot course ouiorreaco
Ot frost, or WOt from drainage
f . . f 1 . I
Tho wnl s nro bti'lt un tic it and snuir
to tbo upper iloor all around, and piss
tcrcd ; tho tloir is of earth only.
potatoes aro poured in here, dry
sound, in tho fall, and remain till wan
ted in tho spring.
Tho proprietor informed mo that, out
of 400 bushols stoned away thus, ho
will not loso over thrco bushels by de
cay, or any other causo ; and tho pota
toes aro sound and plump, not shrivel
led in tho least, as is apt to bo tbo
cause when kopt in cellars by ffrc-heat ;
. . . . . .
anu inoy aro saiu 10 Keep mucn longer
and better after taken out of tho collar,
tl.nn how thnon . n-t liv fir-.linnf.
"V l"uou r"J, "v ... ,
11 Will uo seen tuai mo ury, ucaicu
tcmpcraturo of tho room Can bo admit-
tod or exc ulcd atany tim'. aB n edea ;
but the cellar must rely mainly, for its
proper beat and dryness, to its situation
nnd sizo. At all events it annearod to
. . un n( Dnoopl ni,,l .n,foin1
...v - ...uu.w..v j
a simple and economical plan of keeping
this useful and nice-flavored edible
through tho winter. Cor. Rural World.
Smut in Wheat. Tako ono pound
of blue oil of vitriol dissolvo it in two
or three quarts of boiling hot water, in
somo earthen vessel. Then put it in
u pail and fill with cold water. Now
tako ten bushels of seed wheat, on tho
i n i :i.i .i.: i..:i n
barn floor, and sprinkle this solution all
OVCr It, and shovel It thoroughly SO that
und'kcCD it from lieatincr. This receipt I
. 1 .. . .f I
is euicicnt, out it you havo very Bmutty
, . y ..... ' ...
wuoaiyou may ruiso a im o BJnuiiuu
next year, but none alter that. I UOr.
W VS UVIUI I
Tax on Sorqiium. Tho commissic-
ner savB in reply to enquiry : Under tho
act Ot Juno !5Uth, laO'l, Sirup madO
from Sorghum or Impheo, was liable to
a uuty or o per cent, aa valorem.
But by tho amendatory act of March 8,
imo, sirup mado aboye, is exempt from
"uy . ... .
l'artlCS Cmraced 111 tho manufacture
everv kernel is wet. and in two or mice partmonts, cto.,) together witn n largo
i.... : ..,! v.. m of flno steel plato Portraits of prominent
uuu.o JO i v ow. x Uu y rnl9 nUj oth-w Jl9tnKUi8i1(!a persons con
Keep it longer jusc os won, ltyou aryn with tho War. both North and South.
or such sirup as a businss, aro hablo to lts "vers, rauroaus, battio-noias, principal mil
rnWn a'mn, ii'artiirPr'R iirnnsn whnn thn ltar7 route8 traversed by tho large armies, etc
amount of such manfactures exceed an-
. v. " - THV
ually tho sum of 1,000.
Premiuk Urea?). Salt or milk rts-
inc, ono teacup now milk and ond tea
spoon cult, pour in two teacups of boil-
inn water ; when cooled so as not to
seal J, stir in flour to mako a battor,
and set it in a kottlo of wirm water un
til it rises up lulU, which will bo in
about five hours ; pour the battor into
your pan of flour, and mix with warm
Water or milk in sufficiency to mako four
loaves ot orcaa, aaa a tcaspoontul of
soda to tho wotting knead thorouchlv.
and put it in pans toriso, which it will
: " : " V"" X.-Y
do in halt an hour.
St. Charles Coun Uread. Boat
two eggs very light; mix them with one
quart of Indian meal and ono pint of
sour milk or buttermilk. Add ono ta-
blcepoonful of molted butter, and a tea-
Bpoonful of salcratus, well dissolved,
immediately beforo baking. Beut hard
and bako quick.
SlIREWSBERHY (JaKU. Muko a Stiff
paste of a pound atd a half of flour,
three-quarters of a pound of sifted loaf
sugar, a tcaspoonful of pounded cinna
mon, Halt a pound warmed butter, ono
egg and a Httlo milk: roll it thin, cut
and buko on tins in a quick oven.
Our readers should bear in mind that
tholiest part of a potato is immediately Special instruction given in all styles of.Fen
under the skin. Wash cloan, and hot Imanshlpj spocimons of which may bo aeon at
iiiuo Bpot UUt partially done IB loit at
. . .
tho centro, all tho better : out at oner.
Wash a bedstoud in stronc brino.
and bod-bugs will depart from it, and
keep away as cool as mice. It will bo
nocessary to repeat tho operation onco
pr twico during tho summor, as tho sa-
nno property evaporates.
Snow has a good effect on land, aot-
iug uo uiuuurv.
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subscrsbors, wo will send immediately, a Ten
and a Flvo dollar gold pieco, and'nn'cxtrn copy
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I'ayinn S ibseribers. we will send, immcdiatulv.
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Subscribers, wo will send on extra copy of tho
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mSt" Wo aro, also, havlnc made, a loruo
quantity of valuablo presents and keepsakes for
eingio Buoscriuers, who send direct to the office.
The Presents and Souvenirs consist of Ladies'
Breast Tins, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Sleeve
Buttons, etc.; and Gentlemen's Breast Pins,
Finger Wngi, Sloove- Buttons, Studs, Stcttlngs
for Cane-Rcads, cto., mado from California and
Nevada gob! nod sliver bearing Quartz nrd oro
Crystallicd quartz Jewtlry, (commonly know;i
as California Diamond Jewclry.( Tho 'gold and
silver bearing quartz and oro from which thoso
Souvenirs aro mado, is from tho celebrated
Oould & Curry a Ophlr Mines of Nevada, and
will bo valuaulo as mementoes, as well ns beau
tiful in appearance nnd Design, EVERY REfl.
ULAR SUBSCRIBER, as abovo, to tho Facifia
Monthly, will be entitled to ono of theso articles
for overy eubsorlptlou Blinding opposlto their
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