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FHE JASPER WEEKLY COURIER
vol. i. JASPER, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUSf 13, 1858. NO. 23 fl-BLISHEf) EVF.KT FKIDAT, AT JASPtB, Dl'BOll COCBTT, IBDIABA, BT MEHBINOER. DOAHE & SMITH. OFFICE gnRftM .Macponalp Advantage of Temperance. Hard Work. Solomon tell, u. that the g utton .hall ! AH cle.eee of men complain of hird work, jcofne t" poverty; warn ua tu be nut among j The C-rpenter think it 'too bad' that he notoua e.ier. rtf fle.h; and even b Ha ua rut Uhould be obi ged to wo-k mo hard for a liv-Thst mutely bid thee home again, II ihi u art aad w mi.-; Things to Cherish The rye that look with lore on thee, That bngltten with thy emilr, t G R i i, Tt; u t L, I'kK-rkv :m. CiiUm KuuDKft. .A tho season lor laving in a stock of fider expe- boon cr tr Mi n Caota ad knife to our throai. il v. e be men given t 'mg while hie neighbor, the phyeician, can ' " ,nuu " !. ..,1 i Jti , j . , 7 , .. . , . Dieeyea thit, when oo orde arebroathed. ur' ,ruall,si I will 'tv-vou tnv C3 ..Air Stbit.. appetite, la there no lee. de.p-r.te rem. d ! d in h.a carriage to attend p.t.en.e.or ütl. jond )nl0 ,t,ilie- LuL ili savin f -1,1 r 'at - '" i 1 L-rd B ton once t-!d ft cmp-mon tnl H rUirely deal out mrdicinea II. hi. office Oh cherish ibem, era they grew dim; ! OW n Kü r. AS ICTLY 111 ADVANCE : aoB tfeftjl-f od wol4 dictate to ia Juat boa Pt,e phy.ici.n think it hard work to be in They may not alwaya abioe! a my corn i all glaz.d, 1 cut it on, fcr fifty No., cl &' much we ought to eat, it would put jii em) readinesa to obey calls of the day and night. ' . . ,,eai' rou,(i with llckl). and 1 no i it .l .i . ,i it. .'The faithful beerte around the , . .. ,, ..... v" ... . ' til. nnollrt Ol I I rar I. .. in .-n .1 . n4 ......... k ... .. ... it.ll't. f.1111 f.l j All 1..... .. TERM.s-dTRI TLY gl Subscription, fcr fifty Noe., Fwf e:x mouth. RATES OP APVtBT!.I"0. Fw square of 10 line, or leas, 1 u rek, PI 00. Kati aaibaeiSJiBt in.rrtion, lib as. io travel in coio ana oeei, i.irougn muu ena Th., .u, wiltl .,ve ,nii ,oulh Jon-iihan Edwnrda we aee nctina; in hi tcrme, end nut even to be allowed one hour That time and csre n -'eryet have aaared, diary:"! find that i cannot be convinced. jM the twenty-fuur which hi can poaitirelyi Nor raviebed ol their truth; in the time of eatinf, that to eat more wou d call his own lime. He ensies his friend the! Th.!"r,, hw beatiig we hire beard w tien tnroooiiig nesr our own np near iIk rootn with u lieklft, and b- jfore any rain talis on it, bind it atkl stock it Bp, in which situation I lot it 8taul till tbti com ia Millieicntly curui iter husking, say two or tlirue weeks; k- t. r.H th. I.......H. ..f inmnrriiirp ' k .k- ui..l ""'4 own 6. i m I . . . . ..i A w r ' . ur,i . r , w w iff-II I lief ÜB V WUIft IB VUUCi ru i t l a TbV . a. - : a l i t . Lt,ner 3.iv,...w,n, ., ' . ' . I . noae oeeimga nuaneo, nfti'r liUSklllLT 1 niJlki- a mow of mv it. u. nu K' i i dir iihu lhu r a r n nur ri r ui ri n rn r i I r . rim um v tin pbii i ri ram rm l' . i. .t . r ) ..... r - 7 ........... r.-. ouriu ucarfcai luuvB bic KUlie. . ,, . . fraction peer . ven .quart, or .quart., counted thuogti I nave nao two yea', eipeiifnce ot can return to hie family and reat in peace. Earth', deareel touea sr gt m a eqmre. I hese .re ti u rma f"r Iran- ihe like, and yet three n mutca after I ha.r, The blacksrni h feela that a bard lot in teat advertlaeniiitj a rei'naWte drouc-jft 8m convinced of it. But yet aLain!,,f haa fallen to him aa heetrikee at th sn-!Tht d,T' hen ,ner r hearts and eyes Uun will be made ! 2!!-7l2S.,7:i ae. "r-'"' ,hi,lki"? 1 h'l! b" I through the long day. while on the W-tVJ, T "hsÄi, Notice, ol ai'P inimeiit uf aituni iirator. r a rr Tu. few flrt houre when lif dolh seem ,, : J. j.1 not re ui I ke character to br ' ',: if lleaeecff Ibenj but I en I h v, itft eule I t? e atrert hie ne ghbor, th law-j Br ght e a eummer aea; hniified, I am coovinced again oi exce... y.-r, t. tn to be called to the per!rinanci' I he thrilling moment hen to apeak and eo it ia from time to tim. I have ob-,0f no ,ttrder work than writing at hia table Th lull ueart'e joy ia ein $1.00 .erved that more really seema tobe truth or ,he re,ding of his Isw books. But ltlP Oh cherub them! o ce gone, alae! petit for io tdeasre. aai'ftetM CABPIDaTIS. Kor ToWfMbip rTi' ', ech, For C umy f'jr I). --r i t, Tircui', or Stete, 2 00 6,1 0 Taja Hast Woven the SpelL when it i according to my inclination, HWV, -t his ghmee lall upon the black than when th-rwiee." !amiih. ilunke of the reare epent in ttu ly to stalka. a layt-r l tstalk, nv u Jin-t deep, then bprinkle on salt bulVicietit to preserve from mould, then auother luvcr of stalkd. In this way I pre serve them almost a.- green a wliui cut. I feed them to cattle once or twice a dar, and they will eat them BY 81 SS 1. SKS..IS. Tn"U h i: w.-ven tlif fpeil tliat natti bounu Tttroatgh ill 'I't1 hangea of yar.; AuJ lb ft,fiefi that 1 wore when I fuun tb Hve fadtd Bed melted in tear., T. ke ih- puor, ouudrd fan u Iroiu the muun- tfttft,, T a k i u the der r ilver fide, f tinVf I t;g i"i "i v.iii t the toim'.iii ( I k4 Uli s eli.lt in my eidv! School Leabbims. A tea.ale teacher of P clean as they would good hay. J. tferaun raya ihaf'No mao ever repent Jlin flr tne profeaaion, of other yeara of a achool in England, one wiahed to com- tins way a farmer can save niurc eatiftf Um licit-." .-trenuoua mental exenion and conetant ep- municat to her pupila an idee of faith fodder than he is aware of. Hiscattio fc-ir laaac N-'wton often dined on s penny's plication to gala a reputation, of the still While ehe waa trying to explain th mNsvjajgt up the Stalks clean, and keep But worth of bVead. Incessant toil neceecery to eustsin it of hi. ing of ihe word, s small covered boat aflided ; cientl V salted through the winter. Aoernetiiy rureu nt irageauon mu n- tr- quent unavoidable contact Willi moat nsr jinsigni aiong a airrem near oy. oe:cing up-, Ju jr jj ulJCe it..., I hi. ttjf. kit ttiatlia lulu Ik r.iii 11 1 . .. ...i .. ILIa it.. mmamJMLmm rul.n.mu nf nn ika) inriilpnr f.ir mn iJli,Atrat!nn. a.ti v.1 ' igaiued hia tleh by "going into the country, 'dfned v Mains, of Ihe revolting relations of on lb incident for an illustration, abe ex Mtiere he could get good milk and ejrgs, ami ,-rin.e he is compclhd to hear; of th bun- claimed: I tlftf upon it three tiri.ee a day, with no'dreds of suflering innocent victim wboi wer to tell you thtt there waa a leg drink but ginger-water. On tl.ia quantity ! pMj wit, h m to aurcor them from power of "lut,B" in th,t 0Ml 7CU would believe , of food he regained bis fleb aad uoilormly tl oppw.tore, and with whom h aympe-' e wou,, 7 not, vo without yourse .,. Lmf mmtt L.i k... ........ .t. mmA ....... k. 1 inif it voureelvcal' i. v . i ii 1 1 i9rt uui I.IIIHUI aiu, nu iiint ttv t cuibii j Munoii and his men waxed strong and thai idu it muat ever be that while he r 'Vea ma'em,' replied the echolare. jvaliant with no food but awee potatoeg, no mains in th profe.eiofi and keepa within ! 'W'nll, that ia faith, said th ecboolaxa- Th' 'i b Mi tat fl t irr 'ha' L 've' roay fetter dfin bit w.ter, od no ahelier but the eky.',,im true affeetions hia mind must be agitated ' Tt A ptr.f Ir. in b 'horn, mav impar; Tu! tie cwt"g "f vow and of leltere Coaiaea n-j' fr nn i'.e nitat of ihe heart, Like I It lone Inrd that fittter. her pinion A' i ftrble in bond heratraia, f dive atruil.d t.. ll,- '.liv d minior, But I find ihi the ai'iigcle i. v .in. "He-idee brown brea'l, the Greek boat- by coi dieting emotione, and no eeitfd,calm. From the Southero Indiaaian. Princeton, July 10,1858. Mr. Editor "Hog Cholera,,? as a name for the disease now destroying so many hog in this coanty, is un doubtedly a great misname. It resembles the cholera in no re spect except its fatality. So far as I have been able to learn its historv and Th nextd y, la order to tect their reco!- i . : i . 1 i i, : men .-.t-M.t elmo.t eolly on their n.tixe ,durtng pesce can be hi to enjoy. Withj "" ' Urmia fin nrinri and riiinnt Thev are a -ijli l.p inrna mo- tiia stance from the '' r. ... ' .!... .... ! 'A leir of rrutiou in a boat.' wsa the an- . ... .. .. . jmost m i bie, aciive, greceiui, cneetiui, ano whiet ing, sincing, j-iiiy tared ana orewny - cnamcter, ll reSCtlilleS more wnai IS lesen ihe merri. at people iatb world " rmed blacksvailh, and leela it a harder ;,w,r ho'1 fTom ''Lp,rt, ' I known among physicians aw the "ma- Grant Thoroorn atlribu ra l ie cheerful work to hammer and w eld Ibe iron and blow j a Good Decision. Th Kngliah Lord i. ,,. sri,,.l't ft aia mtrA c..r.t Whore the tia;er Was- old ag to the fact that he "never rftU the bellowa of th law in eurh a manner aa 0f the Bench decided at Waieninair, aboat I throat " than ailV thiliir else Liko A reru n dswtcf (rather a moJe.t yo.ng i'nough." end H.ouaend. of hia conntrymenjah.il twaya keep the fires of his repntaiion L month sgo, thst it wass principle of eom-l dj f J JJ . ejtn hy Hi .y) waa recently railed in u ar wearing out their bodie not eo murh by brightly burn ng belore the world. mon law that ft counaellor, in questioning re m l.'lv who h..1 been iak-n u i ienly ill ,ne excee cf buaineaa or the multipMci'yj So it ia in the varioaa brancbea of trade, . itoee, ehov'd addrees l.isn in ordinsry jChnfttlOtl to hcate OO some Ol tlie rreat st Ml 1 .a anpi.an n .t a mui jof f ,r, Dy ,he overwoik they crowd upon end iu all profrsa oaa. to b n--crwary.and arrordinglv . . . -aa - ..... , k and made oi.r. ai d l..d H W lhr d'e,"" fc' urygM M fegi'r . buMiieas Th- doctor f- u- d the app I an n U'U p'aa'rr ltit to WO lullv bv. to prepare the l.dy or H. pyliea tun. Every tlcng w. rr.dy and ihr dorn r "a igt.t the p'aatrr, bet atrange tu aar, 't had li'appearcri. Te rtortor and the negro no n- a arefted h'irh snd low, n every pr hat'ie plat e, ..r the in'-.ii'g pla.nr. but M vair-; it v. a. tie, nu one c uld lell here. I l'h i ftf e hd not it me ihe doe or aid it i ii tftf chair, 'fliers was no U:-r e! food. A Vsbt Haan Case. Timea telle th f ..ilowing: "An enterprising; young man in Albany, a few year ego, win had hat he e n.nlered to be a v uable med Back ia apt to think light work compared iiuumbem upon bias to per. ut it ia not eo. The merchant aad the mechanic, the clergymen and the farmer ton, and ia language oi reapect, such as i. internal membranes, and more eepe- m ployed by esM gntlsa in eoatnesstioa jcially the throat. In that case tho with another; tfcac h tavsrp baa oo throat is swollen and set with fonl ul- nght to otio th privet nneiaai or sso-jcerg Wuidl t)ruw otf foo Uoo&s dis- ral character of s witneae, any further than charge, attended with an int. len We stench. Mortification fallows. Aikr have all work to do, either mental or pnyei-jjr u apparent they abaolutely affect his re- . l nf n-i .1 imnnrlrnrtt In lht irpnral h,,i' lialiitilv nr Imia'h that rix in tiaiirl- and that , .l...,tl. 1.L....I.. iiiIIa nA99 1... Cjm i.i.l I 1 ...;.. La . k....n.l r,,,...li,.ii. ''t"111. 1'lV.l.U, MMUV I III lUU III eine, which h wiahed to el' for the benefit ' ... V ....... , 1 .. ... a . V , J. aa efta. anaaaw amaeMaas Am,,n,nU Iter ai , mi C'li'iionniz ajraiiiBi me pen' im out to rim in an in.umnir ana ouii-uofbiii "j e -' i mankind, prevailed upon an old tellow oil .a j...:.. ., ..... .k... t. , .j . l.. ... . trrn.iiv b... to g work and akearo-h ,f q.,tillUc to join l.im in bus ne.. and l" our ""T" lMr ! , -,..r m. n, er. hieb waft acrord.ngly don. But .ttllj h;w h ti.cneccsas'j r.rii.l to go!ur 0,"",'n in ol h,rd ,ork- " u' be will have hisremedyiu acti B for dam he qiie. K n wr uld prreoi ii.r'f to .H.wh.i . . . . y . Jon'y cf oo benefit, no relief to o., but it Isjewes. i ..j. ji.. .k ii.i. . .L..I -aa proflik'at .,,du-'y j KrTwf.a.rno,hangothe.iieof the ci It I looiien oec.u.e n ooea ooi i-ean ou' ... . .-.. ir...- .1 ih real Weatern W-J I .1... al ataat I Th. P T C II 141 W . 4 II . atenceol ite havinf ben .inird away b once entered up..n a m st am io oil unfa.-ailv on tr.e airk I d v ' ri.unoia rourr of .-idvrrt lainc. winch at lea sutt.,iM a.ibihtv: but the doctor eoutd not A m . u .,.., , rr.ponaü.iliiy of our dutie; but raiher lende ajed of (lie Mieeourt. waa an unbrok. n for hel? ii. he tr.u d nut x.'la a il'e mystery . . . . ., , ... .. 'to .our our temp. rs. to make u muroe in ;e.t. Now it rontema s populetion of up aj 1 1 7 m a. ' . aw - B "- - " T to lesve, and at. od up before ll fireto w.rm htmael' brfo'r . i.tuiintt ring ihr coJnl - -ter muni he diac vreJ ihftt hie pio iga' .U. Thr ugi- i!. force ol a vuHr naoi' .r,,;er had auent Ina mi ire cpiil Hie fi -i i ... .... .. :j ward of tu hundred: more man one nunorea , 1 .h- r.w,...n. nid to I... mi.r con. leenng. unemtaoie aa companio.a, anasaa --- i . .... . 1 d uncharitable as neighbors. 'buildings have been erertrd, including a brick hotel which cent 815 000. and w ill ec It i icked, because it i rebellion to the commodate nearly three hundred people, sad block. Three sw mill., a two brick yartla, n public; werklv newennorr. three hotel rl ashed th doctor. keri t I. crr!i- m re hen fie tim . i' uii. ua i'h h n-s, .inewa, etrrngth, and in every n(, i,re, nu,nh, f tire are in nece. f thr cap t l he h.'i lorni.betl, aa ii a .an way, by mental and phyaical endowment, fulloperatmn. Upward ot two Bum res enu f ihe profit.. The astonish, nt of MM .d.pted us for ihe perftrmenc of labor.-jfi'ty ho.uee. including .ome ten or twelve h psrtrd bis co.t tail, behind, when nur-r. .Jverttaiog. But exami-ing a .ml. vrry lawaol God-of our own natur. We'''f' ' Si.pUi in .6' ui four Ir-i he ot iv -ry.aau: ' j. .. .1. n .j ....,,,...! . flouring null, I four, de plaster, masaa doctor tur'hrr. he Üwverrd t .t -her - ftta pl.c-. Uere mad to work. God con.ututed n ww. IV Kerr !' ej;e.-iy e.ked the d ..cnr, hen at hi' You roL it t: sstd ibe nurse, stil irinning. ' ...', J ... k ... t..,.. 1. ;. ,k.. i.ka -alUJ .r.hi.. ! ne brick blocke.ar already cootracted for The doctor el.rped hi. hs. d behind ami P"r feii.irni-i. rrur a. ...t.. ""-vtogo npthi. aea.on I. a I . .. A I I i .1 J a.aiAlkaa ! tka aaaihla I aw,a am k X alia .a I I ' tier n waa utkira lo Ihr at ol tue l. Im, lor ft went tiome no oiro in aanu, wnc.nrr ... mc w. W a I ..la . LnBL .- rerchre, wlicre he aat a n m ilvilirn (lift. ( n.rrch nt do not want 10 g.-l rich .plierea ol action, lie wno laoora tne moei waa lying 0 the ch .ir. I bi wa. ten mvic: h buuW b rars;fu nol to edver (ur th modest doctor. He reftel tue ha n ' and bolted, nor curl he b;rraiied on to Suit that Mr Kg tin during her ficki e.B Bs revrriugly, the moat unmurmuring Iv, ihr D It . ... 1 J . M . u f. n,"M,tl """ pi! it a moat faithful a nd .ecr ot able of wor- Ferr.BT Vu Ceftirrf I'afeb -Th- Bo - Nm vah was 15 .-.tile, long, 8 .Philadelphia Mmory. C'.ve'auti Hrld talk ti.ua n-i 1. 1 v op. o. 40 (, ile r iii;il, with i wall luO Iret . , ..j ,kl..L ......... k (.. ihru I'h.rinl.1 ..g,., ...u ...... ......... VtUu9 ,H WAtn A Cfrr.,. .brraai. liaby l-.n war 0') nine wi'niu in. tl.r riu'y o' Mii oritiiv; lo.mr paj.tr l Ir. 1, l" a ll ." rekly paper is to be eiip ponrd, I ou.e 11 fl inu-t da it. Ever aswee.. - - Pd.Bt from New llamp.hir a.ye Hon 4 I sen .t...i, dl I r...rd in erring ib.iiw.lN, winch were 75 Let thick and 100 high w.h.iar h.d an aner.dot ofuld fath 1. .. . : 11 ......i 1 .. . ..... .. nL . I. ... rv i in ...our pper ir writ nipponro n ' '"i 1 A'ttn IUO nr.ien galea. 1 ne truipie ui i. Marribd Onyetrdsy, by Eaq. Ney. st hi office in this place, Henry Willis and sasa aw i aTi , . 1. 1 I a fne I ha wrwi4 nt K t vsnaa f and Mi .a Charlotte A. Horn, both of Harrison1 ,...iri cuivn .1,7 ... .... a .... 1 . - lease welfare of hie fellow men, tnuet be account- townanip, mte county. May Henry prove himself as efficient aa the celebrated Dick Willis on his hora. Clay county Democrat. Oh. yes, Henry will no doubt become tfi cieut in a horn. N. A. Ledger. earliest symptoms is an eruption ou the skiu. This, in animals, will make Itheui walk lame and brintrotT the hair. It would lie nothing strange should the malady spread from the hog to Otfcy animals, and finally tu man. As to remedies, 1 have none to give. The disease would scarcely be discov rsfttj in its earliest stages in the hog. Salt, and things liko slo from tho kitchen, are wholesome and invigora ting to hogs, and might contribute to keep it off or make it lighter. It would undoubtedly gratify tho public to hear on this subject, the views of those physicians who have j had opportunity to investigate the dia I ours, CltAKl.ES FrllERTOK, M. 1. ASSENSIOX, SlIUVAN Co., I, July 26,lH5s. Mr. Emtoc I sowed eight acres la . 1 . ..I .. e L! k 1 A- A Rt...av nn.ro- -An Iri.hman met '! Wtläftl me öl oi oFiiiiurt:., " - . k. ... ; n i ... . I k I. k a hn .A aiVi',.!. . . .... . I !..!... ....LI I.. .1.. .? p. '.,! Ill tl I Ml l ! q - ptosNinenc through it pa,.r mor. Eh,MI, WM 430 feet to ibe auppor' ! VTZL ' ' I ,,W'BIUWM"' than in ji'V way , and to every - ne t o h . ' ; . ' ... tiae never been in print, and which is too ,,, in- from s pamonsry complaint, end, Mediterranean and White GciicmO c.ej.Hv mt.-r. i at alakr. In. home p .ner 1 a nece.ny. Nfv.r will ri ch a man take a tug. The lergeat ol the pyrami a ia 4SI good to be lrt. It was Cietomsry then to ,ccot,ted hie ttu: "I ssy, Tom, how sr- arnr l:iirkakin brere.K. in riu.1 weather t ,ata ..t rn I,..-. pacer primed a -av trom home until he 1 ,frel high, and t53 on the eidee; its bsae cov-i j'' , , . . . hie I. i.hr - a.,... iii.fl,, n-ne, . . TZ. k 'On Sunday morning in the Autumn, Path- Tj wllich ,h jnterrog.tor rejoined. ... r r- . - - r-r-- im Citren icree. 1 nr iiuura arciwuui ,n- .. ...... . . ... i- aa v ill be hi. hoinrahe.t, and he will eo id. n ..... ,w , . er Searl brought hia down from the g.rret ; ..we, don't wi.h to worry you, Tom, but TI'V ll. l II n llllarsa,t aw- 1 f la ml sal 111, rmili t J r htil lht kv.Kria Law) :a.L.'n m .siasaaii. n Huri n a ...... uii.n'i ha asu.lltill im trn' paprra.toc umiW, ..,b.er,pi,ona.much It employed 330,000 men in building. Tke i ' chainoerej .L , Js. . .... a a...... I.... .. ..... .... I 1... ... .........it.., I ,., ,,1 ...nl.Oia !tllll . u 'ii aa .... I nie II 1 .! aa : lavi , i. I. " M j. J p. .......... w... ........... . r.... a - I ' . 'in them. a tin I vrr r- sr 11 m 1 1 1 1 11 n r.ini t inn- . .1 in 1. a. 1 1 a. 1 1 . a. iio aa tea a aea evt nsnaonia " ' - - - - M SB lltl B aS IIB. B IU Ut, Pi 111 I at v IV t unevme By dint of effort, he got out the intruder and drea.ed for meeting. But E rh eoon-y in every t. ahould pr it- ru"- 87 m,lf ,ound nd 100 while reading th Scripture, to ft Congrt- ael, ,. ,he .upport given to tbt p.per pub- hsgt was 59 miles round. Athene was 36 n hg frQn on of m hahed wiihm it. Urn... uulea round, and contained SJ0.000 cinxens. n(A aaaj fel,owa, and jumped laitnl'towiso. li d you not tell me, air, ' 400 alevea. The tempi ol R'P ' I 0UI,a lh. pglpit .lapping bi thigha. But you couM hold lb plow?" .a,d ihe m..ter 'ch in doo.tioiis ihst it wasplunderedi . . . . . üe mor. "Arr.h! be .i-y BOw," ..id F.i; "How thr of 0.000 000. and Nerocarritd away rromhfy lung The popl thought him crsay, deuce can I hold it, and two borer, drawing auu M.tuta. 1 ne wan. 01 nun wer ia and re in commotion aa lo what to do; but he explained the matter by .eying. ,aBrelb- Hiiararter'a like mcnev : ron. don't be alarmed. The Word of the bern. and be jaber. I'll hold it with any boy. . . , . .. I . ..... . . . t , : i i OtrEvery roM ha. it. thorn: vou never when you've, great de.l you may ri.B aomej iaora ia 10 my mourn, ...miom,,.,.-., OCT Two I'atlander. happ.ned to get into sn affray, in which on of them wa knocked down. His comrade run up to bin exclaim ing Arrah, now, Dennis, if ye be dead, can't yeepaks?" "Och," replied Dfn.ua, -an' aure I'm not dead, Ittt apache lea. !" (Qr-Mr 11 declared that his wifuhad nve FULLB "inai en. waa avaitiiiai, am" i . , . rutliuu in 1 !. mixed; sowed broewlcast and harrowed well; thick on the ground; previous crop 25 bushels per acre of No. 1 wheat. The white wheat kin of a later -quality, is considerably injured with rust. Mediterranean not hurt. September 15th, 1 towed five acres of wheat uu oats-stubble, land same as above; seed, Mediterranean; sown same as above thick on the ground badly injured by ruat. My experi ence ia that early varieties, sown early, will escaie rust, while Iftto variolic nd late nown wheat, are liable to ba find a woman without pins sud needle, for, if you loaf it, folks stil' txelicv vou 'v jUreeche !" Web.ter slwav. ' ''.tr Prent tft spare. greet gl--, t. the nitnia'tre. told tiful, youthlul, plantilftl, and an Bfstf!!1 it wir.h;Biit I i. viife plea.ant'y r.-jo)iird, rhtt -'ic had 01.I of roof lo r ln..hnd. ilia rt.-uii.