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AN INDEPENDEN' .FARME1IR.
Let sailors sing of the mighty deep,
Let soldiers praise thoir armour,
But in my heart this to'st I'll keep
The Indepindent Farmer.
When first the rose in robe of green
Unfolds its crimson lining,
Around his cottage porch is seen
The honey-suckle climbing.
When banks of bloom their sweetness
To bees that gather honey,
He drives his team across the frold,
When the skios are soft and sunny.
The blackbird cluoks behind the plow,
The quail pipes loud and clarly,
Yon orohard hides behind its bows
The home he loves so dearly.
The gray old barn doors they unfold
His ample store in measure,
More rich in hoaps of hoarded gold,
A blessed, precious treasure.
While yonder in the porch there stands
His wife, the lovely charmer
The sweetest rose on all his lands
The Independent Farmer.
To him the spring comes dancingly,
To him the summer blushes,
The autumn smiles with yellow ray,
With household angels round him.
He trusts to God and loves his wife,
Nor grief nor ill may harm her,
He's nature's nobleman in life
The Independent Farmer.
KEEPING POULTRY IN ORCRARD.
This is a matter that should be
practiced when possible. We be
lieve that if farmers and fruit raisers
knew the benefit arising from such
management, they would at once
adopt it. Last fall we. visited an
orchard in which fowls were kept,
the owner of which told us that
before the fowls were confined in it,
the trees made little or no growth,
and only a corresponding amount of
fruit was obtained. But what a
change was evident now. The grass
was kept down, the weeds killed and
the trees presented an appearance
of tl;rift, which the most enthusias
do horticulturist could not but
admire and envy. The growth of
the trees was most vigorous, and the
oelinge remarkably luxuriant. The
fruit was abundant, of large size
and free from worms and other
imperfections. This excellence was
accounted for by the proprietor,
who remarked that the "hens ate all
the worms and curculio in their
reach, even the canker worm." He
found less trouble with their roost
ing in trees than he expectod, and
Sv that a picket fence six feet high
kept thorn within bounds. His
~'..orchard wvas divided into three
sections, and the fowls wore
changed from one to another, as
the condition~ of the fowls or the
orchard section seemed to require.
SORIGIN OF A CELEBRATED DISPATCH.
,Great men will trip sometimes ;
and the Rev. Joseph Cook, who
knowva everything, is no exception.
In a recent lecture he told how,
when Napoleon had reduce WVarsawv
to extremiities, he telegraphed to
Parid a dispatch couched in the
memorable words "Order Reigns in
Warsaw." The New York World,
( npointing out that they had no
telegraph m Russia in those days,
thus explains how "the memor able
~words" of this dispatch had their
,,rlgla, and perhaps the WVorld's
3 -nto~ is as good as Mr. Cook's :
~Q'A"Thefacts of the case really are
., a* the famous dispatch 'Order
1 aein in Warsaw' was sent by
~~~ehone to Athens by the Greek
~.e~wlPhocion immediately after
,ae battle of Maratbon, when, the
qth trembling under them as they
ht the Achseans reeled back,
ed -and bleeding, upon the
o "olis where, pallid and white,
4Pallas. stood shaking her
'or ocks, while the scales of
*eing lifeleais in her hands,
lesto strike a blow. Owing
ife that Phobion's wife was
Akng tea at Pliny's villa, the
'~d znt reach her at once,
14~b sent around by a
~boy. Milton and Mlichael
ore coming down the
the boy esmie usp, and
hl iB well known
b te dispatch, read it,
Mr. Cook's readers and hearers as
'Thaddeus of Warsaw.' Nicholas
immediately noised it abroad, and
finally, in the year of grace 1878, it
came to the ears of the Rev. Joseph
Cook, who mistook the telephonic
sound of it and attributed it to
Napoleon the Great.
FOR THE CAMPAIGN!
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iou.h, in style, quality and prices.
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new styles. I h 6vo mao reduotions in prices whorever possible, and spared no
expense to place in your hands a price list that will help you to p'srchaso goeds.
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Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children'b
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Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture made to order.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
and Coffins of the finet fimish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
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