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A poet In tbo Nebraska City Nows
concludes a long poom with tlio follow
ing lines. They contain moro truth
than pootry :
Well, such In llfo I Whom tlie (Ms lota
Dlo'young. Whom they hate, livo and prosper
And arc electeJ Delegates In Congress
' from the vcral .Territories.
ltKCBIPIS THAT NEVER FAIL. To
destroy rats catch them ono by ono
and flatten out their heads with a lemon-squeezer.
To kill cockroaches cet a pair of
heavy boots, thon catch your roaches,
put them in a barrel, thon got in your
To kill bedbugs chain their hind
lees to a tree, then go round in front
and make mouths at them.
To catch mice on going to bed put
crumbs of cuccso in your mouth, ana lio
with it opon, and when a mouse's whis
kera ticklo you bito.
To prevent dogs from jrolnR mad
cut their taite off just behind their oars.
A "ccmman ob color," belonging to
Toham, recently mado a pilgrimago to
..Lead Bluff for tho purpose of procuring
nn ebony helpmate, cither as a partner
in tho laundry business or for Iuo,
wasn't particular which. Arriving, at
ibis destination ho mado known, to tho
pouting Ethiopo tho object of his visit,
and asked her consent to the proposition.
After turning tho proposition over in
her mind for a fow moments, sno camo
out with US , how much capital has
"Woll, Thebo, to toll you tho troof,
I's only got four dollars wid me, jes
"Won't do S , won't do ! Sam
k Johnsing got six dollars an' a cookin'
stove.. I guess I gwino to hab him."
C. 0. D. Tho Green Bay Advacato
thus explains in answer to a correspon
dent, tho meaning of theso cabalistic
"Thoy aro not tho advertisement of a
patont medicine, or anybody's bitters.
Thoy arc simply tho result of an idlo
habit down East requiring "us Wcstorn
poople to pay for such litllo goods as
,-wa may compliment thorn by ordering.
Tho letters simply mean "Chell Out
Darnquick." It is mortifying that so
largo a concern as tho Express
i Company,, should spoil so badly, and
.'use such profanity ; 'but, as wo are not
responsible) for public education and
morals, we can do no more than alludo
Sayings arid Doings of Josh Billings.
It is highly important that when a
man makes up his mind tow become a
raskal, that ho would exnmino himself
closely, and sco if ho ain't hotter kon
stitutod for a fool.
I argy in this way, if a man is right,
lio kant bo too radikal, if ho is rong ho
kant bo too conaarvatifi".
"When you pra, pra right at tho bull's
'Tell tho truth and Bhamo tbo devil.
I kno lots of people who can shamo tho
devil oasy enuff, but tho tother thing
It is a very dclikato job tow forgivo a
man without lowering him in hiz own
cstimashun, and yurcs too.
Az a ginerai thing, when a woman
wares tho britches, sho has a good rito
It is admitted now by everybody, that!
it t- , !l 1 1 '
iuo man wuu kuii gu rat oil oenony sas
uago, has got a good deal of dorg in
voraan's iniioocnzo is poweriul es-
pecila whon sho wants anything.
Sticking up your noze don't prove
ennything, for a soap bilor, when he is a
wa from hiz hum, smells onnything.
No man luvs tow got boat, but it iz
1 . . i - t 1.-1 .1
Dcttcr to do oorca wnn an inch orger
thin a gimblet.
; It iz sod "that a boss don't know his
'strength" and I don't supposo a skunk
"Bo sure you aro rito, then go ahed,
but in caso you don't, then go ahed any
Woman will sometimes confess her
sins, but I novor knuo ono tow confess
Don't mistako arrogance forwiedom;
menny pooplo thought thoy wuz wize
when they wuz only windy.
. Men aint apt tow git kicked out ov
good society for being rich.
Tho rodo to ltuin iz always kept in
good repoir, and tho taverns pay tho
oxpenso ov it.
If a man begins lifo bi bein a fust
Lutonant in his familco, LvSi'hced never
tew look for proraoshun.
Tho unla profit thcro Is in keeping
miro than ono dorg, is, what you can
make on the board.
Young man, study Differcnco ; its the
best card in tho pack.
Honcsta iz tho poor man's pork and
tho rich man's pudding.
Thcro is a luxury in somotimcs feel
Lastly -I am violently opposed tew
anion c spirits as a beverage, but for
rnanufaktu'rjng purposes I think a little
ov, it tastes good.
FARM AM) HOUSE.
A correspondent of tho l'rairio Far
mer kept his bees in a collar last winter,
with excellent result, iio says :
"About tho 7th or 8th of December I
prepared shelves in a thoroughly dry
cellar, placing them as near tho floor
abovo, or as high ns practicablo, in order
to havo them whoro tho air was most
puro, much moro so than in the bottom
ot tho cellar, and whero also, I could
at any timo sot in motion a strong cur-
ront of fresh air, thcro being a smaller
current continually. Tho bees were
then brought in, tho hives turned bot
tom end up, and then some pieces of
mosquito bars stretched tightly over
them to keep tho bees in, and tacked
fast. In soino of tho hives tho bees mado
small holes in tho fabric, hut only a
fow ; a tablcspoonful or so got through,
and in most instances these returned of
their own accord, finding out perhaps
that it was better to livo in a hive whero
bees ondjhoney wcro, than apart, whero
no stores could bo obtained.
To broak tho force of tho noise (over
head) as woll as to create a current im
mediately over tho bocs, I put somo
four-inch blocks on tho comers of tho
hives, and then somo boards on theso,
thus having two floors as it wcro bo-
tweon tho room abovo and tho bees. Ex
amining them several times, they ap
peared' nuiot 'and prosperous.
I perceivo no objection to inverting
bees in this manner except that somo
dead bees and dirt will fall down into
tho top of tho hivo between tbo comb.
In mine thcro woo very few or littlo of
oither, not enough to causo material in
jury, as tho subsequent good health and
prosperity or tho bees satisfactorily de
monstrated. Moreover this method of
inverting tho hivos gives excellont facil
itics for inspecting tho becs at any timo
in tho common box hivo. Thoy may
also bo easily supplied with water if de
sired in spongo, as tbo spring advances
Xiy this plan of wintering wo avoid
frost and resulting mould in tho comb,
and tho great loss of bees generally re
suiting from theso causes ; and it is
quite as practicablo to savo bees in this
manner from frost and mould, and con
scquently destruction, as it is to savo
potatoes, in a good cellar, on similar
Too Heavy Feedikq, Bad. Poor
animals do not always consumo largo
quantities of feed profitably. Better
increase their daily amount gradually.
as thoy appear to improvo in flesh, than
to commence feeding larger quantities
than thoy can assimilate. An excellent
rulo in fattening all kinds of stock is,
to feed moderotcly until they show lm
provemcnt in flesh, then increase tho
amount gradually, according to the ca
pacity of tho animal. Never feed so
much that they will not cat it clean, and
appear to want a little moro. J. his rulo
followed, Bocurcs good appctuo and di
gestion. American Agriculturist.
Vkry Eauly Lambs. A few days
previous to yeaning timo, confino tho
ewc3 in a box stall, or apartment where
thoy will bo protcctod from cold and
storms. Feed with good hay and corn
stalks, and let thorn havo access to salt
and water. Grain and rots provious to
parturition tend to induco garget. As
soon as lambs appear thrifty and strong,
and tako all tho milk, ono pound of
roots and half a pound of meal daily,
for each ewe, will mako tho lambs grow
liko weeds. Ibid.
CiiAnBi.N'a fence posts hastens their
decay. Tho writer has tried tho expe
riment, and found tho charred posts rot
ted off 4 to 6 years sooner than those
not charred. Thero is a thin portion of
wood between tho charcoal and tho un
burned wood. If tho thin coating of
charcoal would cxcludo tho moisture
from tho unburned timbor, it would pro
servo posts from speedy docay, but it
usually does not. Ibid.
Cahe of Steel Plows. Wash them
clean and as Boon as dry, apply a thin
coat of any kind of varnish, or boiled
linseed oil, or lard molted with a littlo
rosin, which is good. This will keep
tho polished Burf aco from rusting during
winter, and will slip off readily as soon
as tho plow runs a few rods in tho soil,
Anything a horso can touch with his
noso without being harmed ho does not
fear. Therefore, tho hand, the halter,
girt, blanket, saddlo, harness, umbrella,
butlalo robo, or whatever Is brought in
proximity to him should be introduced to
and touched by thut organ. A knowl
edge of such important facts as wo
learned by attonding a course of lectu
res, is tho main secret of llarey's suc
cess in horso taming. Mass. Plough
man. Bells will prevent tho depredations
of dogs among Bhoop. Tho reason is
plain. A dog that knows enough to
kill sheep knows enough to bo still and
sly about it. Tbo great noise caused
by a number of bells makos him foar
for bis safety, and ho leaves without
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lowed for their cure.
Do not bo put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they mako moro profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and tako no others. The tick
want the best aid thero is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for sale by .
IltA PETER, Oregon, Mo.
W. CALHOUN, Forest City.,
And by all dealers In medicine. 18
Patronize Home Institutions and
Keep Your Money in the State I
State Insurance fol
. : if
OFFICE No. 28, Main Street, , .'
Authorized Guarantee Capital, $800,000 1
Against Loss or Damage by Firc
and Lightning at fair rat??.
Qiven to Insurance on Farm Property, De
tached Dwellings, and their Contents.
J. T. K. IIaywaud, rrcs. Hannibal & St. Joseph
Josiau IIimt, Danker.
ahos j. dtillwell, Merchant.
0. W. Shields, Pres. Pike County Railroad
Wilson Uaia. Antimrv.
W. Fbaiee, Editor Chronicle
J N. Sirosq, Underwriter.
J. T. K. HayWAUT). Pro.lrlonf
Josiau IIdnt, Treasurer.
J. J. Stbono, Deputy Seore'fary.
AMOS J. Stillwbll. Vloa President.
J. N. 8trono), Secretary.
T tin m. : r T. . .
ii. n. miimiowi, uenerai Agent.
C, N. Clark, Assistant General Agent.
Wr yiLairi, Traveling Agent.
A SUPPLY ALWAYS OHiHANP AT TDK
tew5' ffiM' Oanvppl ll demands