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6ST A JUNE 11 $ `7 :, ,- .NQ. 49*
t! u~ n
AtUorn P V st Law,
." (Tntaoi, 4tiisiana,.
SClintg, Leoicman. ,I
AS J. KEaNAN, .
& COUk*8LtII A4 LAW,
"dClnton, 11os tia.
in the Cdt of East ant
0U4 FLUKER,.
aRd e 5th
tc[ . '"' 2'76.-ly
J. POl ,LL,
Afterlper a.isW,
St. Frncasville, uisianu.
dli practice.in the Pariihs of West
last Felioiana, at Pointe Connee.
f) ORNEY. AT LAW,
Clinton;"iLtoa iana,
practice in the aenma of East and
Ed1ciaas and thlo4tprepe Court of
A.seraMIq * Law,
St. Francisvaile, ~tmisiaua.
practice in the 'arsiehi bhf 4WFt
Feliciana. asid Pointe Coupee.
E S. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT L A W'
teClinton, Louisiana.
giee on ths North side of tho public
*K3Pi.PI. .ill. JOf I. tOi.MAN.
E31PLE & COLS.-N,
A'ITORNEYS A' I.AW
St. Francisville, La.,
fill practice in the Courts of West
anrand Pointo C,,upec:.
Is ----
wC.WICKLIR,. C. L. IISIull
1ICKLIFFE & FISIII'R,
Attoraeys a t Laer,
St. F:rancisville, aI.;.
A Will practice in th Ca.urts of West.
1 East Felicitna. Pointe C'oupes and
Sjoining Parishcs.
ENTISTIY.
SDr. E. Green )Davis offntrs
v his services to ta leOIplI of
this rani adjoining Purishes.
d yffdersaiiklressedlto Im, ;it-his ruesi
tee will receive pronhmpt attention.
DENTISTRIY! DENTISTRY!!
I will at tend all calls on
tlh Cotust, from Natclhez to
New Orleans; also the back
aty, whenu accessable with a buggy.
Pessn- a wishing my services, can pro
the same by addresswng Ins, at uaj
lone.
D. STOCKING, D. D. S.,
tit. Franmiaville, La
L MARTINEZ,
fun Street, Bayou Sars, La.,
DE).ALER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Confections, To
heeo, Wines and Liquors.
JOiEPH VACARO,
Cartpenater and Umdertaker,
Will give prompt attention to all basi
i-ss in his line in this andadjoining Par
ishes. june 2. '76.-1
0ITY H OTBL,
Corner of Camp and Common eRreets, -
New Orleans, La.
MUMFORD & WATSON..
PROPRIETORS.
BoAnD,--TWO dollars and flfty
(tts per day.
JNO . IRVINE,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
iroceries. Previsions, Western
Produce and Qeaeral Plan
tasteln LSpplies.
RECEIVINO, FORWARDING
& COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND
STEJ.MBOAT AGENT.
HE HENRIETTA HOUSE.
BAYOU SARA, LA.
Boardl can be procured by the day, week
Soonth, and at reasonable rates. In
Ohtfuturo as in the past, the tAble will
" .pplhed with the very beet fare the
mtarkest ifords Elegant and well ftr
tl omhed os. Accommodating servants
".tatntly in attendance. Patronage so
retted, and sati"faction guaranteed.
H. ARNAUD'S
NEW BARBER SHOP AND HAIR
D)RESING SALOON.
Opposeite M. & A. Fiseher, Front Levee
layou Sara, Louisiana. Sept. 1, '77
N. NEWMAN,
TAILOR,
Near the Iuentinel otfice,
st. Frunciuvilly La.,
C EA ~lOTand 1M HOEMS
L ".S(*W tN'F Tjf
(VRE81I S 1' 8Ob4 ND)
Gaiters $6. Shoes 5. Boo Fan
:ey Gaiters $7. All made o eirT
LEATn~tR, and ,le"
WoluK GUAnA D Tn W 4e K CUSTOM
P ICAJID a, WEI.4,
b.syoi eara, La.,
Wholeple aWg. Retail Dealers in
F'ANCY DRAY OODB,
GROCERIES AN4 JAN TATION SUP
H~"t}. Iaid fr cot
ton.
N Ct &dIB··QU M·iLCVY3AlL
J. J. B -...-.. ........... [Master.
. . ............. ...elrk.
Leav Btna Sate fo.t New Orleans
every Wi, ue#d dfIr'lte arrival of the
cars from Woodville, and every aturwvy.
at-? p. m. Returning, leaves New Or
leans p. In
and every 4i 7 prin., ;Return
ing, leaves Td':'e(6t es o y' ednes
day and.i ` t 1r N Autg I
' 'J dI F.I'VINE, Agent
De'alein ( f I .
G(oads. Laedif, t orefl Rosod',
Whie Good4 blote. 'keop;
ers' Artfdth Clif hfnir,
Flat., Car*.s. Boor$ainl
Shoes, Hosiery.
Cutlery, 'I'Toi
let A rti
l. les ,
Notions, Fancy and Family Gro
ceAeCs,
rutjrisntrS,
Western Produce.
Grain. Baaging and
Ties and a fuH line of
Plantation. Supplie4, Hard
ware Glass ware, etc. etc. Also
an Egtensiwe and varirid assort
ment of everythfiig in thie line of
Saddlery and farness.
si Uigelat .prket price paid
for Cotton.
A T. GASTRELL,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
DRALE.R IN
PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
ments, Bridle.4, Hnar.-pss, Hardware, Guns,
Pistols, Pnumps, Pipes, Machine Fittings
Cocks, Valves, CaAtings, Ropes, HiTllow
W!!j M "AV. ..., "'8srk,
TIN 'COrPBrTNDSHEET IRO E0 AN
' ,.ýWRrY. -
Also Aelt. for tbe edleljt ,
Uric, awes O6ttaan, Bio y, Jae.
HII. Hli1:an f tr plo*s, ' a Horse
a, etoo A owlg ;ac Horse'
.by iaksc, all of w I guaran
ee to ierl lower tkhaU ased
elsewhere. .
Grangers and wers it to
their advanutige t my
stock aind prikes u p else.
where.
 - ::----:
FrHE ADLER !H9, :.
Clinton, Louisiana,
Is constant y opan for the > aoi la
tion of the pubhie; byeals -'Wte day,
week or month at reasonable rates.
SINGLE MEALS FIFTY CENTS.
Elegant and well furnished rooms can
also be procured. Respeetfully,
Juno :28, '6.-ly. Mrs. S. ADLER.
FOR SALE.
THE one story building on the old
Whiteman property, if Bayou gar.,
Cnitable for store house or cabins. Pur
oaaser to remove building within a ape
fled time. Can be had at a bargaiu.
ApplY to E. W. WHITEMA-N.
Opt.15,'77-tf.
JOHN WAGNER
Carus'ge CMaker, WheelwrqghL
Aud Blaeksamltlh.
8ROP ON Tas WooovrOr.L ROAD,, NEAR
TunE 8TORE OF JOIN BROWN.
Patronage solilcited. Charges reasona
ble and satisfactiou guaranteed.
mar-16-6m.
SA AND
oB O OK-K EEP I NG
-o
The undersigned will take a few pupils
for iustruction in the above sciences, at
Reas.uable CIsarge.
J.IOlN D. AUSTEN.
An't 6, 'IS.
A 'Dl1MOORA 1'TC P'lP~P¶'71I
t cr. M Jdcmmr F WE00 e.E~r~dldYIL -
1 r: La'týa:ýt ilall r "" ·nýiar '''t
SAstIwnl: Nrtisrii -RIme - 4 -M- p
U aS' rripy , ' a:. 4.. (eu
u .s Nign. a '
" sdD WIPB~#g GOqJV CýL' W n'..,1 a
[A Soj9 a -id flr (n ,ater} r A apt
______ revjer.1
Sipace. · 4 i ,ll
1 nq're. $ 1.0M0 3J3A0IP8 6.50 $ 4.900 $ 120S
V. 4 401 $5*QQ 41g 0.~ 0
!" 4,00 b.&0 .15.0 ZIOO 00
* col'!n, SAN) 10.00 1800 30.00 4
4 19.00 20.00 48.00 M 5.0 700
"' 20.00 40.00 aw-4 q00 ].o0 Q.
AnkouitucWE Catmotfkitf:
for State and District oMean...... 9
Prwrsh oel~en, .r.,. ... 1.0
Hms1p.lirc. Dustrkqt oapices.,. i.... ~.i~4
O. be pald invariably in advance.)
Iliiet Adretliscttagb Fill be inaerted
at the rate of $1.50 per mjuare of ten limes
for thefrat insertion. ach 75 cents for eaeft
nuabequent insertion.
-PersoalUties charged at transient adverý
liaittg rate..
The above scale of raf4 must be the basis!
of all contracts terith. Nd*drtising agents.
Obituarice, tributes of respect, rereokiuthP
etc.. charqed aa-lrdemd.
TIrE O ArTc lcU a 'lf1 &TIGA'TU'N.'
Many oppose the resolttiosn of fSir Pot
tor, believing thlff e object in view
is to unseat H ese .l- 4nangunt~Til
don, and 'hat Msait M attempt wouls
vevlnltloniee the governmeent.. Jhe
*wlMleproeeedlngs show that the temne.
erats do itot proeose to dilatrb (~agp':
title.adflulent as it is-known is.be. ; :r
the, emoeratli e tauceutw Ttagay · tslt,
Hop. Caey Young, e. this district, "J4
sired all .unequivaL eapression . op this
point. The diagn~sion which - Colyl'l
Young's resolution elicited, indicatais
St. thore is no disp t iop op the. prl4
the Dnograte to depose tTi utitrper.
They concelde what has been 1done can
not be undone, becinuse it has been done
in accordance with the fonrms of la*. .by
a commissiosn for while[ the Demoerirts
voted and recommended to pf event cii'il
war. 'Tlhenthe question is daily asked,
What gold can result froth the investi
gation"? The Appeal" has alkeady dis
cuase" this point which is foretbly :.sta
ted in the following extract from the
Baltimore Sun : "The very fact that
Mr. Hayes cannot, as we believe, be law
fully disturbed in his offico, and that
it would be unwise to attempt to dis
tnrb him, makes it only more important
that the umenus by which he was induct.
ed inso the presidency-the frauds. by
which the office was given laim-should
be thoroughly exposed. The disgrace
which will follow, and which will inuvii
tably attach to every man who had part
or lot in these frauds, or who h:*s con
sciously or knowiiglyleen benefitted by
them, will morally speaking, be worth
all the trouble of investigation, if Con
gress can spare the time for it. Even if
Congress should.so far neglect its duty,
which we will not anticipate, as to ad
jouru without making proper provision
by legislation or by the submission of a
goatigonuta. g syt, if n'? , g i gyAry
for preventing and determining future
controverisies and difficulties in regard
to counting theuelectoral yotes of the
States and ascortnaiing the result, the
tmere exposure e ott3j thtauds which at
tended the last election will have a
wholesome effect in detering from any
attempt at their repetition. Tihe pow.
ers and duties of.the two hoauses of CVu
gress and of the president ot the Senate
in regard to the returns ought to be so
clearly distinguished and defined by
law as to leave no room for future con
troversy upon these points. How far it
is necessarry or wise to clothe any offi
cer, or any tribunal, outside of the States
themselves, with power to 'go behind re.
turns,' and decide upon grounds and tes
tiumony dehors, or, to use Justice Bradley's
now famous word, 'aliunde the returns,'
is a separate and independent question
in regard to which there is a great deal
to be said both ways. Meantime, how
ever, as we have said. investigation,
properly conducted can do no harm. If
there is a disposition in both parties,
among Republicans as well as Demo
crate, to order such investigation, so
much the better. The investigation will
be less partisan in its character. No
doubt much of the testimony will be that
oi accomplices and participants in the
frauds -prompted to their disclosures
by disppointment and chagrin at not ob
tainiug preferment from the present ad
ministration. Such is usually the na
ture of the testimony in such cases of
conspiracy. The public will know how
to make due allowance for the motive of
the witnesses, and well weigh their. teas
mony for what it is intrinsically worth.
rhum rodirfrn the egqw4 tohave
he evidences of fraud-if fraud hani,be
alm*d7sn-esntmlred .F 5qlprelpqi.
The feeling upon that point is not on)yr
Almaim iqlc famil jl~' ; fqcpn
ilable with the feeling which disco
t i g0blewtepp to >ave .fie
order of aggqsgdpveqq, v mge m
flegnaltsllch.Lw !;P"s jptl9, JAltlpr
ightfully or wrongfully, of the
t t .)5345WBPýQB&(BýW (l Uv AD1. ( I
d IvXrJ.*.-illiaa .IJOa i rn l Swacbsea
_-aI t , eansde fchol&Cosll
A44mh s.;Oae. asItatel tie fQUeioug ni.
witlet hatitheadlgaspois,! n;
Sib lesdiMib.sI aseyie atlrlm .
smealanuuotca, db, ane~s~m M.MiSW as at.w
napit -on aiL m - at tsaeu eýssab iver. A,
lsaslarqseie the nal rp of hboth pn
ieser . gslri d -to listek to the
acd casweshe bands *lnqag tp .pIII
eashothr.. J'iast the Pa tsept enoitmr
-e bai~mi-ou~licaiul e 's& fasaet -
orsi al rti Isa? ,ler .ne othe , ps.
niri- oa4lsmer skatslbilqlfseotes-f,
JAI ld0o040oMae -**k*, 8althoalttgn l y,
m U,. tlsdr ,aqar t  ,abeair
Spprbahiin with, 'ap obi.. OpC aer$ae
lld Jta.ets ea* o.e qf t th bsoi
brslllk.a n Iaw1r ete.dbinatihe 9tQgL
aiaiegpiasrtaattited aeep n Irok "ar ifl
.bytkwherWnr*ema&*l aeydle4ta A tas
ma .in iýets+saMhicah totibeh . .ves
tshot .isa dk sides f. d. f-lver-ohe.r
aelewreidlneanaw4luhes .hide,, w ,hih
wisethpsops tly af eerinded Kith beetile
s:1ge. ofwnesi.h sei .see tho e : glaai ac
SAwaise Ahbrdae itbeen etrcuk respon
-wlieetwwId ie thlereiartso Saentie-epe-,
siesa-a--eoaultlss keseqssaM, a4,aep;
'W)y : .
om tifl d lwn-thd sbldie vlse&
alibi Of ine statseof PMvt#'-"
4I . "L7Q, L$ITTER-BOOK,
A CITE EXCiUPT.'
Tt N. N. Q. Pianrisse.]
The New Triblne has been furished
with a copy of a letter from Kolqgg-a:
-dtplicate of which isaid teodave heens
forwarded to Hayes, aIt Columbuas. w.,
which appears in the edition of the201in,
sWe oohy :
[Personal.]
Sr4st or LoUISIANA, EXECUTiLVE DP'T.
New Orleans, Oct.e16, 1876.
To the lion. R. C. McCormick, Secretary
National Republican Ceioumitee,
New York;
MWn Dear Sir-I wrote you last week
regarding the importance ofgiving us
some assistance both in money and
speakers. A few thousand dollars in ad
dition to what we can raise here (and we
are striving our utmost in this regard)
judiciously used eight or ten days before
the election, in my judgment will enable
us to render the carrying of.this state al
most certain. If we had eight or ten
thousand dollars it would make a differ
ence of bive or six the thousand votes. To
understand this, you must remember that
in this state there are few. telegraphs
and fewer railroads, and half adozen'mon
Isent out at the proper time audlin the
proper way to certain parishes, would
bring out votes which otherwise would
never be cast.
It seems to me that as far'n as the North
is concerned, the battle ground is con
finned to the states of Califorr in, Connec
tieut, Indianna. New Jersey, New York
and Oregon, and in thit South to South
Carolina, Florida and Louisiana. I have
so faith that any other southern state
can be carried for the republican party.
These umay be saved. It seems to me that
SCaliforniia, Lonidiana, South Carolina,
Florida and New Jersey, or Connecticut,
SLouisiana, South Carolina and New Jer
sey, are essential to thIe success of the
ticket, unless you are certain of New
sYork. I assume in these calculations
that Wisconsin may be classed as safe for
SHayes. I; appears to me from every
I .point of view, true policy to direct every
- energy to carry South Carolina, Florida
u and this State.
f I wish you would lay this matter be
Sfore Mr. Chandler and your committee. I
- wish also you would write me conifidenti
Silly it you agree with me :hat it is ofvery
I great importance that the electoral vote
Sof Louisiana % secured- to say nothing
bof the two senators. We had assurances
Stlhat Grierson's Cavalry (colored) would
Sbe sent into this state. If we could get
- two or three companies of this cavalhy
and distribute them over the disturbed
parishes in North Lonisianna, this in ad
f dition to the other help I haveo request
ed, wou aid remove the'question of our car
f rying the state beyond the field of porad
I venture.. Verytruly, yours,
SV. P. KELLOGG.
't NFICAiW O1rQ* PE3tI WL
. qT. , T bECISION l lY JID
sýiliW iFý4 ýll Cbe tes
ve ajdgý ant Thu mday which at A
thiy yif, izfmlprinn nr }h °eh onp
Jo uth ofhis u, fru. I wa c l eealy
i>use "e s issi if 17 Zi.
-et ofJude Billin was
i cni led i (t top on hLr , whole
the con m io I $! a fee sim
. T rae lfe cuate Gen. flan,
yes tbnl in use the paney he paid
?or t lip, " sutY%/f, "iifdtqutpL '
, t i ih . thes
ffia hM6 , t I pal ..A t sa~tle
Ju fUd t` i ingte hat'' wheat r iyh eriM
is 41E& a badly tihtene hMd.w", Henepot
Sliab .eras a a r hispafruct
t r yt .e ,i at of. Gee.
of t teie r itio r 4ing tof, ie out}
liens on the propert ya not to the prej
siCdt Asf"l~yqh~ui inC ae
joltent of his us efrtpt. It was clearly,
"yerebi, q ab atiereni  e f1oertan
les laian - oratidcs:e , then mp
cliar way in which that purnhase price
itSte h .o,  o, it for
tlcfull eou tof it c Shiete rma. Mc
tei~ry felJ dis aJStpia an able expe
Mihn ofthe whole'aw o ov~erniug tlie,
Prei0e with 4a rm tcsh t the opia-t
ion may be reduced to writing and pub..
Mhap. hery asl erichijdreen were rep
rese'te4 by Messras. Percy Roberts and
Singlo tin ~hdr#awib'e, and the defend.
"pt$.y Meaq;.pMetnorpagi.Beaediet.-N.
0O. Picyune. ."
S [(hbicego Tiays.r .
WVAsiuxGTO, May 21.--There is no dis
guising the fact that Secretary Sherman
is badly trightened. He has.o employed
Shellabarger aaWilson as his attor
neys, and they have searched the offices
of Newspaper Row trying to find out
what the Democrats have against him.
The case against Sherman must be strong,
for Clarkson N. Potter, who has the rep
utation of being a very conservative law
Ser, obtained a large number of support
ers upon the Democratic side when men
there were wavering, by giving personal
assurances that he knew in advance evi
dence enough to impeach Sherman. Mc
Mahon, of Ohio, of the committee, is
credited with a much stronger statement.
He said to a Democratic friend to-day
that there was evidence enough already
gathered to warrant the statement that
John Shernuan will be inside ofa peniten
tiary within sixty days. But rich offi
cials of the John Sherman pattern, if con
victed of murder, could hardly be rail
roaderi off in that style. All of the stong
talk made in private and not intended
for publication foreshadows a strong case
against Sherman.
RURAL SPORT.
[Morgan City Register.]
Our mayor and city attorney are ex
cellent shots with either gun or pistol.
Tuesday last they were out for a fly on the
stea+mer Exchanrge to Bayou Boutto. Ob
serving a hnge alligator basking in the
sun's rays they went ashore with rifle
anut revolver in hanod, loaded, cocked
and ready for the fray. slipping up
within a few paces our mayor discharg
ed his rifle at the amphibious animal,
while the atjorney poured ball after bali
into him-so he thought atlenat. Final
ly the aligator was aroused, but not in
the least harmed, and taking after thu
twn, sports it is said he ran them at dou
ble quick time on board the boat, where
they. sought refuge .by climbing the
smokestack.
DEATH SENTEh'CE OF MRS. KATE
SOUTHERN CO3IMUTEID.
i ATr.ANTA, MAY 23--Gov. Colquett toip
day commuted the death sentence of Mrs.
Kate Sonthern;'of pinkens county, to in,
i prisonment in the Penitentiary for to,,
years. Mrs. Southern killed Narcisau
Cowmrt, her rival, at a dance in Pickens
countyabont a year and a halfago. Au
immense presifre to comnuntatioin was
brought onthe Governor and his deciii
ion givesthe liv':lh,-1 .:,tif,.tinn.
THE STING OF BJIE8 A REMEDY FOR
*HEUMA M'1%'*.
lfatft ontains the fotllowin$ in regaid to
ake'wrWlg.1 ¶fei3tliieokt 7e sieyitiVW «f
IaEib St'it haEtt ýf.iefedals fwn* ' 3lb ti
stable to eaijdjy I'y A Ml e # f
the space of six lt1olt, lAidl",t ~ . t
eing almost lamer lsitg-Mthe saifer
r ir&9ol iit nb y n Wehibeh'dIAi k; giu
wng her even unabhieto-hresiy or ~nedrcsn
:firse ti W eatg balok to t ft ir
rt.:7e;hOirst timeforata ' l i :.c
Stune kg by
g . t ereb of cors e i, he
itei; ais reaady, a
net greater 'at that lready 'xiroa
abees in ie thnrefora. Mig an
b iehtlh. r r that  Jien Rohsn,
h er ow e insects .... ld..e'tirely
epty tself. The eftect prodiced'
wps astpnishiug, asthe lady, roee on the
first pigl.was enatled to enjoy a long,
gop0o sleel,. te first time for at least six,
months. to racking pair being outirely
gone. The arm wsle of course, satýlleii
greatl; in consequence of thg surng,' bthlf
s .eswhelliggdisappeared gradually upons
teop plictian of some cc sling lotion.
1epaiu was gone, the lanmd rpn recor
re!ld itphfre vious vigorousnese, and notr
the lea sign of rheumatism has' since
shown itself.
HORRIBLE.
[Shrevepora Tlates. n'
Wo leIarne yesterday from a genoutl
pen ho hajust returnedI fltom a trijl'
tor rl~fa county, Texas, that at Suiiisy
gt Ajn.theb t county, on anday-, two
crthdn, ope an infant and thn d other
Stput tveo yearsof age, were killid and
eaten.ly ajpow. It appears that tiho par
eptialeft the children at the hoses in tr
ap ova girl six or seven years of Age,
pda while the girl was playing iii' th
tled the sow entered the house and
splaea4the infant lying in the cradle' aiilV
drPggpi it out and killed it. 'Ie
oestesp of the infant brought the girl to
its assistance. Not being able to rescue
4te child freos the hog she ran to the'
egld where the parents were at work and
seppgg 4a.4 ec"crred. But before they
could reach the house the esagacios ani
ael had killed the infant and ate its
brains out and had attacked and datenit
oft a leg and arm of the oldest child -
The latterliwredsoano live ot' six hours'
after the horrible oceurrencen'
A 8HOCKING CRIME.
Another child muroer by a child diA'
torts the annals of crime.. Again it is'
Boston. The callous, calcnlatitn, delib
erate way in which Henry Ackers, a'uoy
of twelve, killed a little son of Mr. Cro
nin in his facher's house, exceeds iih atroc
ity the Jesse Pomeroy murder. The' lit
tie fellow was nut two years and eight'
months old. The particulars of theu af
fair are contained in yesterdayos dis
patches, but may be stated briefl': The
child and his sister, aged six. w'hr de
scending the stairs when they weire met
by Ackers. "I'm going to shoot one of
you," he said, and pulling out a revolver"
took a cartridge from his pocket, insert
ed it in one of the chambers, pulled bacek
the hammer and took aim. The little'
fellow moved to go down stairs, when'
the assatssin shot him. He lived but an'
hour.
This act must remain a marvel of mys
tery. By the human law crime consists
in intention. Criminal intent is often,
inferred from some known motive. All'
fact and phylosophy prove that without
some motive men do not commit crimes.
Sometimes habitual depravity supplice
a motive in the love of crimes. But
this assassin is himself a child. He can
not have learned to love crime from bit
terness, enmity, illfortmo in thie world,
wrongs or rough usago that lead men to
harbor revenge against thle h tman race.
Will the time come in the march of dis
covery when such an act niy bte account
od for It seems vain to grappleo with
melos and cciumibet' vllnes can l'e it
n imveinted by sprinklig, the' vinek with'
a sohition of whale-oi! noap arid water.
put Maj.. Freas' remedy is to sot ra'lish
seed tit each hill atihe tinie orlplarstinmg;
the' bug will prefertho' ridish' to the mol
on or cucumber plant and n'bt disturb'
the lattot.1-Min. R teiewk.
Tie Franklin Seu man apoltgiaes for
his apperhianceotl't half sheet, and give's'
irs a reason thet~fot hi4 marrid . l his
is not the first rolorded inistance of a uew
ly marridd malt appesring ohi a harl
ehebt.--Rr.
Put a table-spdonful of sulphur 'in tin
-nest as s5on1 rdS hens or turkeys 'are set.
The heat of the fowls 'crlutiee the fntiueue
ofthe Mnlpher to pdnmetratde every paift of
their bodie's; ovier3' louse is, kihlele,' anrd,
as all nits are hiuttcehed withiln tici ehys,
when tI In muonher heaves Ie' ieont with

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