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MIDDLETOWN, NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DELAWARE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9 , 1872 .
VOL. V.
CHEAP
ST 0 HEM
DAS JUST RECEIVED A LAItOE AND
WILL SELECTED STUCK OF GOODS
CONSISTING, IN l'AUT, OK
pRY GOODS,
JfOTlONB,
ß ROCK ft I ES,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
II. i TS,
CAES.
Ql'EEXSWMtR,
WOOD .(• WILLOW WARM,
j:\ItTUEXA STOXK WARE.
FISH, MEATS.
|IF.AI)Y-MAI)E
CLOTHING,
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ALSO, AtiLN T I't »II
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
ully kept in »
fact even thing
And it
FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY ST )HE
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All of wliiah
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to Im
CALL AX/' A'.» I.I//.V/ 1
NO ciiaiuu:
FQft SliOWI.Wi (iiftWS
'TERMS CASH ! ! !
J. F. ELIASON,
Cheap Store,
Middletown, Del.
tf
l >¥r 2 7
TIIOS. BUDD.
saceRssoa t«j
ßBO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Brokers k Real Estate Agents,
rtllllBR OP MAIM AMD C'A*# «TIIICKT*.
Middletown, Delaware,
WILL ATTEND rjiOMl'TLY TO THE CUL
lection ok
JtOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &c. &C.
NEGOTIATE LQANH, I'Lltl'JiA:.iK * SELL
ON COMMISSION,
And offer for mile
Valuable Real Eutate,
Comprising io?!' of the most désirable Karins nn
. the l'eoiniula.
Curri'.-e".. : '■
OTOCKS
to Ilia f«.Mowing named
Jlefcr Ii/ permissi
c - .»«,, A... „1
« '(U Md.
W. R. Itergliotz, Meu-libis ft El Paso I'acifle
Railroad, N. V.
R Atkinson, Ranker, 41 Rruad »t. V a
Bon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall "
Col lllantnn Danean. Ixiulsville, Ky.
Geo. Heir, Adj. General, Baltin).. Md
Beyfert. »ieMnniis ft Co. Phlladelplilk.
Ueo. Rotiert Patterson, "
OB
'march H—tf
THE IMTMtOV KT>
FLORENCE.
THB BEST dKWINB MACHINK MAIM).
The only machine that tn-tlcc* four •litfercnt
plitche* ! Tile only otm'hie*? tin*'. fw*U*ni lliee;.-I*
of fteams I
The only mnclilru tlmt v»iit m.i «• ^ *r> "i
Any direction detlrjd! and «I « only m *ehl*»e tli-«t
haa a •olf-ftditiMiing triiiim "I % n ' 1 *
eomhined with cam. '
'motion, together with the txautv iiikI <|"»t*i*
its work will» roccnl itt)pr»»vvuieutd » «••••!» r ttu
moot desirahle, dumblf .md beat Kamil» S< •« -
log Machine ia the world. Agents wanted
in every county.
WILSON k
Apr 17-3 ms f
PBNKYPAÇKBR, Manager a.
1123 Clicctuut St Philnd a
E. T. EVAISTR,
,WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALER
HI FLOUR AND FEED.
Jm 11— G
E. T. EVANS.
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
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Notice
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TO THE
PIBLIC!
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M. REYNOLDS,
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No 1, Cochran Square,
tHTKIiS TO THE
BUYING PUBLIC
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MEN'S HEAVY BOOTS.
$3.50 to $5.00 per pair.
BOYS' HEAVY BOOTS.
$2.25 to $4.00 per pair.
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BUTTONl'l> AND BACK ^IlOKS,
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And (i.'UllvitU'i
FltENCil 1 'A LI* BOOTS,
■h r tiud every pair warranted.
Made to
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J. M. COX & BRO.
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A l.nrae ana Supiuior Stock of
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Iinml. tuiuir rx|»rr*»ly for thi. »
krt, nil of which will be of i
: ça.«., u.»! »i« U-rm*. AttU utnt run toe»!
V; I.» whit it i.* r» |»ro*» ntc.t
now
.n i .ntieui i. atUi.tivn yit'tn tu !{■/•'tiring
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N U R SK R T E S.
THE ATTENTION OK
Fruit Growers and Planters
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k «• «.« n «»•!«•: *|Ht J.»l iii'lurt'iiD nt*.
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HI IIMTIVI' ft"lll|»> at»« llllHtl
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8vpt. 1»— it
FOR RENT.
A Large Scconn story Room, corner of Main
and Scott atreeta, lately occupied l»y Dr
Dunuing na an office.. Ap|il> to him at hi* of
ti- e on Broad Street, or to l). L. Dnuuing, at the
i'oal ttfficr.
Aug. 17—tf.
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(Original {lottrg.
Ar /At MiiMMoten Tranirrij*.
HOPE.
Through night to light in every stage,
From childhood's morn to bo«ry ngr,
NVIiut fthnll illinijf the |»tlgritniiga
By mortal« trod ?
There it * pure and heavenly ray
That hrightest nhiii«* in darxeftt day,
When uiirthly beam* are piuftcd away,—
'Ti* light by Uud.
: Thi« heavenly ray of radian! light
Come* down from yonder dreamy height,
And e'en in the darkem night
Cheer* tip the «oui of man :
It cheer* him on in hi* career.
And in the darkest hour of fear
Thi* heavenly ray i* always ..
Cheering the mind again
Thi* heavenly ray i t alvay* pure,
It cheer* tip every mind, and your
heep sorrowful thoughts twill always cure,
If you I! Wut look on high.
It shine* in the darkest days
It* hrightest and refulgent rayç.
And when r
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liy mournful lays,—
t », then ti« always nigh.
Thi* hcivrnly iigiit that cheer« our way,
And light*
turns
pathway every day,
grief into a lay,—
Wc « all it shining Hope.
Tlu*n when hv grief, then thou art stricken,
And when III» thoughts Ugin to thicken,
('util thy iiiiii«! hath ce
In «inrow il
j Ami
! to i|uicken,
not grope
(tut turn to Hope t . t gl.iwiiu *ur
Th »I *till linger*
And it will < Ini t tit» »»< if» 1.1
With bright iit-l jo * lit 1
to II
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A KENTUCKY ANECDOTE.
It »kit« cu«t -
V III flirt
lay« I
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'f l . lt- « --I Hi i»- «I f .milt. « f.. all. lid lit
' i '1111111111 barb I'ti- « ; u II» I thi- was cepc
I Lei W»*«'lt Ml
• ('•»itiLs, in 1 S 4 **
fr.-w tli«- u ul h«* il I ic
in tin* blue grass
I lie forks of K I k -
1 tally »L* .a«.- in iL
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I Kr.i-kiiii idgf and <*••
! ( hit ft ill. «e all »II«
tile liierst «rillt
Not far from
I st..rv
rcgl"
Lorn lived the pretty little widow Uj untie
] r«»y. nnd one of her nenreut neighl
j General Peyton the Oenerul hntl looked
I U|,.«ti the little willow very much as he |
•' l " | k.'.l iip'iti his l>l""il«'l hors«* I'owhal
I ton -"Tho lineal hone, ajr, iu the blue .
' r, 'K'"tl j
I 'I'll.- pr.-tty Mrs I'auntlerny lm«l been a
; widow more than a year; while the Gén
••ml, having a prent regard for etiquette,
j Lad wailed patiently for that time to »
I lapse, in order to declare hitn*elf But
! the widow, with Iter woninn'ti art. k- pt |
! lier lover at Lay, uti«l yet kept him in her !
, train
lie had cccorted her Jo a barbecue, an*l
when returning had expressed hi* snliv/ue-1
"a* !
! tinn it the prospects of General Cuinlis.
ami at the succès» of the Whig party. |
The Widow look »idea wit'i Democracy, •
and offered fo wager her tloqdcd l!» ( jr8e, (
Gvpsy. or uuything oil bu- plane, oguinat
I'owhattnn, or anything else sho might )
fancy on tho General s place 1
The General s gallantry \}Cyld not al
low him to refuse tho wager, which he
promptly accepted. By^ this time they
had reached the North bork of hlkhoru,
ami were about to ford it (bridges were
not plenty in those days) when John Bey
ton, the t icneral s only son and heir, came
I U P a 8 h f|r P ff 11 ** beliintl them.
I he widow turned and bowed to John,
; and rode nti into the stream, but u little
J behind her cotnpanion. J ho east bunk ■
, was very steep, uud required the horses to,
put forth nearly nil their strength to reach .
the tot» with their loads. ....
As luck would have it, good or ill, the :
widow s girth broke when just at Hie com -1
nieneetueut of the steep part. I lie lady
Htill seated on her saiblle, slid swiftly back
i into the water, while tho horse went up
I the bank like an arrow.
John Peyton leaped from lus horse, and
in an instant caught the floating lady and j
j saddle, and, before the t.eneral had re-,
j eovere.l frniii lit. »atiiqi.limoiit, waa *t thv
tnp iif the l«aIlk with Ins hurdi-n. » •»'
I I,.tie w„l «w was . qua to the <»-«»., in. for I
sie - liegg.*«l i In« « t«-in-ral to rul.« on to atop her
•L'UII t.. uiel.TsIniul :
ne, I »•!«» beginning
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tilt'll I «"III
m uutim - •! hi. I *
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G. if ral e
• ht* and .l«»hn
»li - ri-li' iil -u« 1
»» • r** ia'igbin.'
: aeeiibnt. Ini' what fu«l|l r pa*»>ed bet
j tli in i" '»nlv kifwn f-i tin iii*(dvi'p
' Jiihn l*« yt"ii repaired Hie broken girlli
Idle
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h ml Lis' ii
«gain on i he
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«ent, hade
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• Kikti in.
er..l to
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Aft« 1 hliving ehuujged h**r w«'t clothing. |
w euiertiiiued Iter gu#*t with
••* 11ml Home n«*w nong*
Tl... il n .ml w 1 « (lidlirlitPil nnd «• n nr«-«ond {
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. W !" r '* 1,1 ' 'J* ' '! , ' ,n " 1 ,nf
•lav would do; \ 0 « are ihe finc*t *ong
.tr^*. madame of the Wue gr.*P region
ha flswihW r.rtlroh th" wickH
tilHc wTiinw eavc'his hstid s Uttlc s7ucc7^
nnlv n little Uu it thrilled like sn electric
ÄfMÄpÄ
while *he laughingly reminded him of hin
wager. That night, in hit dreams, the
little widpw Faontleroy was repented so
j thi'prellv wij
lier briglit «mil
oft«« and in ao nan; bewitching forma,
that he raolved to nropote to bar at their
f}ryt meeting, nor did ne dream that be
could he refused.
The next morning a letter from hia to
bacco factor called General Peyton to
Lnuisvillo, and before bia return the po
litical conteit in the Aahland district was i
over; and, teondcrful'to relate, John C. j
llreckinridge, the young Democrat, war i une
elected to Congre». and
General Peyton waa both aatoniahed
and indignant. •• Mr. Clay'a diatrict,
air, the finct Congreaainual diatriet in the
bluo graaa region, haa diagraced itaclf,
air," waa almost hia firat remark to hia
neighbor, Colonel Beaufort. A
To hia aon John he communicated hia
intention of bringing Mra. Ka'unlleroy to
adorn tho head of hia table. in
" Sir, aho ia the finest lady in tho blue
grass regiou, and I hope, air, yon will
always respect yotjr futuro mother"
John, with a ijoiet amile, assured him I
he was pleaaad with hia choice. This
pleased tho General highly, for ho had If
iwen a little atrapj John wotjld object to a
stepmother younger than himself. |
Tho next morning the General ordered )
I'owhaltan brought out, nnd led over to
Mrs. Paunlleroy's. Galling John, he re- 1
quested him to call upon Mrs. FauntleroyJ |
'• The Whig parly has disgraced itself) of
in Mr Clay's district, sir, and I am coni-j to
pelled to part with the finest blooded horsJ
in the Stale to pay my wager with lliatj
lady sir "
The black boy had led Pnwhattan t(J
the libelling ruil in front of Mrs. Taunt, | A
leroy's yard, and having tied him. had '
the quarters to tell his colored
sisters of their mistress'
cat g ' id luck in beviug won the fntuoui
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General Peyton ami John nr
lived tin y f«iund the pretty whlow am! to
I wo young luily Iriends In the yar«l ail
miring Powhattnti
" Mu lam,' 1 saiil the Getnril to Mrs
l a '.uintler«iy, " 1 have come like u tru<
K ntit« ky g -iitli-inutt. to pay tin* wag«-i
I have lu«t Powhattnti, madam, i, right]
I.illy yours
" Hut. General, I believe the wag-1 i
It was the horse or any .
. was il nut ?"
, you are cornet; Lut I ennj j
permit you to select nu inferior nuj
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thing else
Mad:
the ,,l
•• \ ,, u |,avo nnotljer nnd miperior nni
| „,„1 here," r.'filieil the yï.b.w, hlushiiiff
Y„«ir; «11 J.ihti. if lie wmibl but u««« bi
. toi l({ ue J think I ahull ch«u>»e i.im '
j The ti, neral rose, ami in bis blamles
nianm-r, bade t|,o'|adi.»
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" Sir. you will remain."
G eu 1 I'evton never forgave hi* dttugh!
ter in-l.iw lier practical joke. In ullcj
year* In? used to say :
'• Sir. she is the Çijest lady in the blu<|'
grass region, but she luck* ta*to sir."
The City of Venice.
| Yen lee I» a compact city, about sevch
• lni | e „ j,, circuiti Blld p ,. r f,. c ,| y „.„.„n.).
( j„ n || parta.
, Its priucipul buililing
., rc . 0 f , nitr |,l„ or ,,f light colored stone
) and the remainder are of brick covere,
with mnstic.
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1 with mnstic. Great care ii taken of the if
street^ Th«/ arc swept clean drily, ntnil !
so Wl .|| cared forthat there are but a few
places iu Venice where the air is not sweet
am j pure—which is more than can be said
„f Ä0 «t largo cities. It is doubtful wliethr
c r the Venetian« would have made broad '
streets, for climate reasons, if they could
have afforded the room. During a larg*
part of the year the rays of the sun an* to >
powerful to walk with safety in their glare .
■ people gather iu the squares and is
to, market-places, or lounge upon the quays
. |„ 1 1,in land of sutishitic and cheap potent i
the smallest amount of industry affords t i
: Buh*istenee. What should Ik* a blessing
-1 t)n* people ia an actual detriment under i
| n ,„| p^ b tcm now prevalent in Italy, ais
iniquitous |u pr^iKipie us it is destructive
0 f national prosperity, because it removeis 1
all stimulus to iudustry. The walls of the !
<îaIl als are usually of blocks of granite. ]
j | rt j,j in courses, upon which the building ,
re-, a |„ n g the canal rise as their immediate
f„ u „,| a iioni Tlio passenger in a gonduli
•»' fimla liinuclf between parallel row. i f
I . . . ri ,j IIB f rom ,ho water three, fou.,
five jit.irie* high, v*i>h window* up, i
: ,| 1B il,, a, . atmet, and with a
frn|lt ,| mir opuniug „p,„. a flight of stun«.« 1
steps descending into tho water. Th«'4' I
I.ranch canals nre from ten to thirty feilt i
wide, with nn average width not cxcei-J
1 Ing fifteen fe««t. They are short, ntul often j
..k««d, hut nil alike are »went out daily
l«v ill«' tides, »'hielt keep the water pure
anil «denn It is in virtue nf the »nit watir
and tin- tide that Venice is habitable ns
wi ll as healthy There is not, probably,
an acre nf Intnl within its limits lint touched
1 hv some one nf these canals They may
h«' I ijt I'll«d in the streets nf a medieval city
ajiiclt run wherever a street wss supp««« «I
to In« necc«»ar;, willmut regar«l to whlth
•r curvature
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An unreasonable and Homewhat mi-ntl- j
thropic aequaintanne remark* ho ha* often
{ ^ , * P rovc Th, "A friend in need i* (
a friend indeed." hut he *ay* he ran t *tfe
any point «n it IJe ha* a fricn«! in r»e««l
who b al , borrowing money of hiJ.
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OpW-n is the , „.in thin« which doc.
in-ho world It is our
f»l»o opinions of things which ruin u«.
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Brilliant ideal are liko nhirt butinai, |
they are always off when wc arc in 'a j
so burry. 1
Long Branch taken it* name from a
brook, a branch of thu South Shrews
bury Hirer which runa in a direct line
northward with the cnart. It in of little
une except fur gathering ico for the hotel,
and cottagea. Tradition point, to an In
dian fisher; established in 17:i3, an the
firat ocoupatjun of thin place, which wa«
atyled at that time ■' Laud'r Kden." The
Indiap 'encampment waa fixed near the . 1,1
apot now occupied by the Clarendon Hotel ; in
A legend telle ut that in thn.o enrly timen
four men named Slocum, Parker, War- ! 1
dell and liulutt oanie from Khodu Ialnnd ,
in quest of land They found the In- P
diana friendly hut not disposed to sell. Il
wa, proposed by the Yankees that a wrest
ling match should be made up between |
one Indian and one of the whites, to be
decided by the best two in three rounds i
If tho chuinpion of tho white men wun.
they were to have as much land as a man
could walk around in a day. If other
wise they tferu tq leave penccaldy. John
Slocum waa selected for the struggle—a
man of giant proportions, athletic and of
great strength, courage und inflexibility
of purpose. Great preparation was made
to witness the encounter- The chosen
Indian wrestler practiced continually for
theevent The day long expected proved !
cloudless and auspicious. The spot ein
sen was thu prêtent •• I'isli I,-Hiding "
A circle was formed and tin- Indian eluitn- 1
pion, elated, confi - int and grea-e-l from
head to foot, appeared SI. a le.1
eoolly and the struggle began It w
long and doubtful, but at last Slocum,
i it nr« «I ln I, «il. hnrdv ami rugg.-.l. pr- « v«-«l
too much f««r tin- Indian and thr« w him.
to the intense «lisappiniilm« lit of the In
dims mil tie- uiidi>gii's> I joy of tie
whites The term« wr«« then all arraii
ged. Jtdm S|ocum hu«l two I-: «' -ts :
tln-y nocupi«"l that part «if I, «ng Itramdi
renebing from the «core to Turtle Mill
Brook

What to do ill Case of Accidents,
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Professor \Vil-l« r, of Corn« Il I niv. r
*ity, given iln-kv ►l.-rt rubs I r :»••
titui in cn*e* of uecbbtjt. It would n*»t
he a bad thing to cut them <»ut mi l carry
them in on«'» |»oi*k»t-Look «, r, Letter yet. ,
commit them to memory. i
l>or «lu t in tl.o eye... i.,l nibbing :
• I :if*h water into them; piii-iw eiu-1 i>.
•to., with the totliiü j it.t of :i Lsul j ji
Hcmove insert« from tli • car Ly t• -pi<l
water, never put :i hur l iu-tj.«:ii tit int *
Popular dtlisccllanij.
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How Long Branch was Settled«
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tIn* ear.
If any artery is cut, compress
the wound ; if a vein i* cut eonipr
If choked, get upon all fours an i
For slight hums, .lip the pari iu cold
water : if the »kin is destroyed, cov» r '
with varnish
Smother a fire with carpets, etc ; water
will often spread burning oil, and incr< »«c
Before pushing tlirmigli smoke,
your
W'Oind, or,
cough.
danger
tnke a full breath and then stoop lour, but
if carbon i* su*p . teil, walk « r« » f
! Suck poisoned wounds, unit •
mouth i* son?; enlarge the
better, cut out the part without d-lay ;
hold the wounded part a* long a* can L
home to a hot cml. or m I nf :
' In ease of p »i« uiing. ■ \ it • vi.miting
by tickling tho throat w ith warm watt r
and mustard
For n .<1 poisons g»
. kalino poisons, give i
is good in most eases; in case f <>j iuiti
poisoning, give strong odlcc, nu l L j>
moving,
i
nose and mouth pr.ije.-ting
i For apoplexy, raise the head ami L ly ;
for faiuting. lay flat.
1 Ton n i n«j Lktikii It is said that tb
! following letter was written to a la.lv in
] \, w York by a bereaved stricken wid
, in Cincinnati : Dearest Dmiisa : Darling
John died last night. Uong«-*ti.»n of the
lungs. Our loaa is hia g-.in. I will i.,in
him on tho otli. r »here. I htv. er 1« re.l
,he loveliest ,„..l,air for He fuie r;, I ma I
w j t |, pn|,maise aiel trimme«! with real |,.iut
lace. I, «s* euv.'ri'.l hy insnriineo en the
1 t.n-year plan ; will I««- paid in -ixty «lays
I know y««u »««rr-w with
i deeturs at two dollars a visit. Aunt M iri.
will nut g«> int«i mouruing I
j u -t bought I
cij
es; f»r al
hite of «•
ci.l,
If in watt r, float < u »l.c Luc»., wilt, tl
.
x
«
!"
1,1
, . , .
what arc you domg
Wc ha I hear
•ans»? *iio has
1 er Fall and Winter thing«
Her bonnet i- u straw There i* a balm
iu Gilead, but m y heart i* m arly br«»k* n
Send me a cut paper pattern of that *a • pi
of your*
Your devoted
Sah \ti
A mini*ter going t-» dine, after bis
sermon, with one of hi* deaeon*, -•: 1111 c
upon the hir«*d boy nf hi* lost digging at
leiiuok** h.de
The
parson
! wa* unknown to the hoy, chethe-l bi*
and aeeohted him with
j
( ,, |)|«jTiug out n woodchuck, tôr," *ai 1 ■
. » .
.. u>» v 1 ,.« d 0 j»'t vn »j know that it
verv kicked ? Änd he*id-* 'you won t
* .if inu 1 for hi... on sinday -
^ u" W x.fi «hé b«,. " Thuni'r.
I'y„ go. to git 'in, ; tho minister'* on,in*
to our house to diuncr, mi l wc ain't get
»» — »•
| ... . !
j Three popular king* -Smoking, drink- .
1 ing and taltiug. I
••Well, my son,
ere
ou * abaenno of peraonal adortinirnt,
sartorial display wan a mark of vulgarity
1,1 'ueh ttmea and plaeca. Hut now-a-day«
in the congregation, on the Sabbath, rich
"»'I ["'" r "like aeern on a dcaperate strain.
1 *"• 01,0 '"-'ke mime faint approximation
•ko other in point of extravagant di<
P 1 11 ) ' and the other to deni'■nitrate the tit -
109 hopelessness of the attempt. It would
almost appear as if, whatever might be
thought oflhe propriety of a modest garb in
°'*>er places, the proper costume for the
house of Ged, where theoretically, wo nil
K° 10 ho reminded of our common origin
and destiny, wore an agglomeration of all
the jewelry, and all the chignons, and all
*b n panniers, and nil the feathers and fur
below» in ones wardrobe. The wearer is
*" carry nil this piled agony to the sanct-.
unl 7 !,s *° 11 fair—if >'*r errand wore,
nn * 90 " ,uc b *° praise ns to be appraised—j
end there employ the sacred time in eiivi
0,19 comparison of her own mountain of It
millinery with the Himalaya triumphs of
,M 'r neighbor. Shall we ever get hack to safely
1,1,1 "ton bird of good taste and unobtrusive the
1 1 1 f 't y in this ! \\ ill not all good Christ- by
1,11 people, especially those whose wealth in ist
an I refinement make them the proper and in
only elle n ut leaders in such reform to
will not the pulpit of every church and of
|,f «J "net unite ill the effort to effect it. the
• —
TilO A r, 0 Wi' Live 111 «t«'
ippi are I in earth and sl;v.
-tom's h:n • been banging about consider- 1.
ably in various quarters. Tin v are tin »-«
real article m n-atonei, dead (lansti ot *i*y
the e.jres «.f w «rl K that have b n thrown «It'
away All stt. lt useless trash seem# bins,
«■••ti.e t«« «s through the li ! I* • I' illtu.it i- 'l' r
Li" *j »-••■. f. • r .'-t î • • I 1 1- •» r v Lav« 1 «'tm'igh
rul.-Li It air a-ly li-;« are s ue of tie l;
w«ufh*r* -?f the y • • ir, and they look rath r • '
f.irmidable w!i«n summ- I up An oruj t
i »n "I \ »•'•uviu*. the most terrible i
--n bun ln -1 y n»- an e irth innice that
'\v a '.l*wel n j» Ail, :. <lr ;th mil t.itti . »
ii. in T-r i : , "tiL n in li t- n - Ayr«
• •I the IMiii.ippiuc I-Un i- o >tupi 'e!\
-w.imj I »ti l -mtk ; tr- ti.Llinv »n l m»!;
in."' "1 ti.
Fashion in Church.
There is a dre» question in which nil
Christian congrégation» have » common
interest, and with regard to which we
wish they might all unite to effect n re
form. It has ruferenc* to the ordinary found
nppand—female apparel, especially—prop- I ma»
or to wear in church. There was a time 1 exactly
wln n good taste demnnded the use of the lb.,
plaine»! clothe» in the sanctuary ; when bird.
the wealthy were noted for the conspiett- quit»
less;
«lailv
annum
Hence
meka
land,
manure
stuck
way
with
lowed
few
manure
I
iu
potat
fr-un
Thus fir the r 1872 linn 1 -*n a year
of wund- i s I tipL »«ant pin uomcna have h- tt
M-tooric ' : 'D 1
ir.
art! • L"ill «ide« >d the >'ort!
Am r. iu • nti;. i:t . 'I hen tli
unufuailv h'»t
;.:ii : li it n Lr.«t rni*. an l the :» t • * r « • - u i -1 in •
i »rie « 1 1 1 . i ■ .« u .»!.• . among the w*»uLi
tintv
vliirlwin 1«
ith-r. iii.l
l|O .V
.V ar 1» *1 n. a man wh > !i*d nothing < ' • li
to do, timed tin- lightning, and counted
three hundred and thirty-one distinct di»
' • barg» * - f lightning in seven minute*,
•■:*.■di ctiti*itig a disinet thund r-Lla*t, and
»11 the wliilc the moon 1 ■ •!»< 1 on
U magniii. d by La/.c and v:ip«»ra* to make
the app natu • d' half the sky «*n lire
People arc amusing then;*, lve* cminting
t!i - *t ritis in all «pnrter*. and the account*
of damage by them forma staple* article ( *,f
tfucw/s.
suppli
••pen
farim
i
gr: :it- kind*
temp
,
t
V.
rai*e»l
Thc*o linaneial w»y* that nre <>!'
.lark remind u* of a capital anecdote, ii"l
which may be entitled 1 I'be Traveler'.« by
a r miam-e «-f tic railroad *' cu
* «
Sri ; »:
• r • - i • 1 • 11 1 upon t!» "f
it.
I! "Vi UU
I »lice Up»
line • I an lva«t< rn road took umbrage at
bi* tn atmlint by the oflic« r* it; tli- matt, r
cihv "r an ov.-rchanre on freight
» time jo
hi.
anil
r - « 1
.
-fa slai
■after lie l «'rui-t' d ill refilsin,
a; the te'k■ : .n«'. . and in
t«. b e
rial!'
■»
I
-, ding
pai l hi* fare on the tram, a pr
which involved .an extra ten cent« -.n ea h
a* almost a daily p:»*
•xcite I the
• i t:
« r
.»li
. t» t|, «
and ni«- a «leal of
• .«.till!
«eng'-r, thi.
. doctor.
enti
' V hv «iun't
; i.
who ini«' «lav
ticket ut tl,
you buy yet
would save t mi mulny.
" I dat
is
,«1
raturi
the
pul«'«'
when
ll.ink- that he shall ah
in
.«ai l lilt? pasM ti
tfub!..'
looking up dryly:
«spite again*! ll.it t empany, and I 'vc t k
ath that lit-ydl uever «oc a cent of
<j> r.
tt an
my UK>nty.
No voting man ever
lie may Indie vc that other« will,
ho will n**» , tit t-» th# <1 »ctrino that all 1 r
men arc mortal.** hut he i* far eiiou-h he
from bringing it heme to him-df individ
N uth. bu-^.aiit a» tivity and ant
il .«pirit* It- 1! ahmdutp antipMl.y with ykipp
Id age. a* well a« with death, nor have ,,f
;c in the b- y -day of life the reni 'ti d cçn
ccptioti b--w tlii« *ctn»ible warm nn-ti >n p,» r
mu become a kneuded clod Gr if, in tt
mom« tit "f idle «ipeeulation wc 1 ■»» k vague- p Ul
ly forward to the fbt*e of life.it i* amaaiag
at what a d.*tunee it *eem*, what ft long,
b isurelv p.r*p« olive there is between. V. e
eye the farthest verge of tho horizon and m .
think upon ere we arrive nt our journey * p a
end. and 1 bef- re w<* in the least *u*p« ct j„
it. tin.* mi*t are at our feet au« 1 the shadows
nNc#ll| ,„ conl pa,« us - lln-Mn
die.
ally.
■ ... -
The most extraordinary instance of pa
H^nc" on r» rd i* that of an American
judge wlm li-t,M,. d silently far two day*
while a eoupb? of wordy lawyer, contended
si"-, -he constructi«.,, of an «of »bo j , n
legislature, nnd then ende« 1 h- enn.rovMj,,
by quietly remarking . «eu emtn, t
u * " t ■ :_
! . .. f •*« » worth t »
. A penny-worth of mirth t* worth |
I pound of sorrow. »
« l »t.
STIie c^arinfr.
It is one thing to raise a good crop of
vegetables, but »jiiite another to keep thorn
safely through winter. It Is, doubtless.
the fact flint more vegetables are injured
by heat in winter than by cold, because
in ist persons eruwd aueli tilings together
in large quantities, and then cover deeply
to keep out tit" frost When placed in
ellar:, the win lows are close«!. audio
the more north« T Stnl««s, baliked up with.
perhaps, fr« -h hurse-ntnnure from the
«t«' l
1. -«■ T 1 '
»-« it. nn I lieeoni«- spoil.. | If a large «|ttnti
*i*y »«• pi» I- ami potato«*» are
«It' ta i".i ;r I *■"'
bins, in-t ■« I ««f I« -mg pul m barrels nr
'l' r 'I 1 -h«dv'* in a «lark «•"I
l;
• ' ■*, i> 1 >t
«L-e.»yii»g \
. »
From actual experiment il has been
found that the droppings from four linth
ma» for one night ifi'iglpaj in «nie aeaw
exactly 1 lb . »ml in ano'her mnié'lhtli f
lb., an average of m arly ■» minn-a «-aoli
bird. By drying, ibis wa« reduced to
quit» 1J nuucea. t fiber breeds maid
less; leu,jtll 'wing only 1 nunee per bird
«lailv of dry dung, fifty f-iwls will make.
their r«« «sting h «u* ■ ul"n«', 10 cwt. p««r
annum of tin- b-st manure in the wurhl.
Hence J nn acre ««f poultry manure w'll
meka umr ■ than enough for one netc of
land, 7 cwt. of guuno being the usur.l
quantity appli.'d per acre, nnd roiîljŸj
manure I» ing « v u richer tb. o guano it,
iiintnoiiiu ami I« rtili. ir.g salts. Nn other
stuck will give nn equal return lii'tHtf
way ; and tli.'Sc figures demand careful
attention fron; the larg«« firnist. Thk
manure, before using, ehonlil be mixe«!
with twio«' its bulk of eurtn, 8t,d then al
lowed to stand in a heap, cover«-«! wllh'k
few ineln-s of earth till decomposed
throughout, when it ntnke» the very beat
manure which can be had.
Value of Poultrj Manure.
iu
How to Keep Vegetables.
• it is netownry to keep
. turnip*. Lr Is, and *)tnilar root*
il l bd of far
11!
potat
fr-un fr /.ing : ••till tit v
h- tt r j y il k pi s
' : 'D 1 i t i*. fti *11 v fr*»/
posai Lie,
T rtiip-* and
very liable to
»•old
I *n largo
t
\\ i. Le.» • 1 in tl»e gn.tlrid.
•mall
. » * y t > thirty Lu«!. Is in
ir.
1 Li* 1.« ott" of ill- t|*iieke«d
■ »LI - 1! k pt in a warm
•;- i d j : 'i e in thi* vi
furrow, with
1 tli n «*\-r very lightly
position they re
.tiler, nnd eonio
when
cannot *ay
further .North
•,-•,»• 1 - . .cry purp...«
\ '.k city market ia
1 spring from tin*
a rub*
pr •« rving tlnur vegetabb-a
l»io tut*tty
r too tiHi'il, A
}' , /.« /•.
lu «*i It
«u ■ t «•- tVcsIl
We
l|O .V t Lis ; !
.«• r
•till '
li re, and th. N
( *,f irroul|l 'j n j
suppli I in " inter
••pen ti< Id
farim r- fail i
\Y • L. lieve that
i
«imply Lt r. tin ; t• y to keep
kind* t ig ulp r, and all it. f
/.* ,// .\
temp rature
A «rr ■ p'lii I nt nf tue U
av« that l.i«t yi-itr ««u a piece
•i nr tW'Bty feet, ho
« f union» froth blank
II the »an;«; i je-a
i «r, ami tlii'y 'dll
were <ic»tr"Vud
ms. He
nt
t l.l.
V.
I ,
rai*e»l t» n lm-ln 1
11 rni'cil nni 'ti*
<>!' gr • n t» I ti* pri-vi
ii"l pn f-t l!i"
by
cu
* « !
•d ; Hi
•»1 wiic-'
pro*
1 tlm bil«h 1* "t «tit mid two hiirrula
"f !i«!i 'til p ik-liim and t«»p.drc**cd hi»*
gartlcii (about o;i« t 'iib I nit nrre! with
it. after be bed gat! < '»> nil bia
v«g tu
l.-tftt «pi ing Im pi » »e l tin? garden
-cart ln.nl« nf well
hi. «
anil put <«
r - « 1 1 « I h"g mil chip manure, and such
. glia' 1 - lie II -ver raised before
t Ii I ••«•
\ I t TV. I t - t\ ('n I.AI!*
File too
go„.
« r tl e»i*t in. iu the country, of putting
.»li kiudi 1 f vege! bi : ■! e liar umlcr
t|, « dw<'iliug-li if*» is .. t » "fiducive to the
health nf tli- inmate« nt huts! :
is seare.'lv p '««thle tn k.'i'p nil kiiuls e
,«1 illy t. «dl preserved in the same ti'iiip«'
raturi > It i« 'i far butter plan to stmo
the different kinds separate, or at hoist
pul«'«' them wlu re r«-nltlsliiin can he given
when in cessary I'nlatoes and carrots ara
ah ut the only r.int» that can be preserved
in :i «'ellar which is not ventilated in win
ii i very large quantity nan
I'.'H-le». it
1 r ; and tli
he placed tog 'll
To 1* U\m* Fr»»m Fi.hu. Tin*
ykipp r*. a* they art* called, arc the larvas
,,f (|, 0 met-fly. To prevent their attack*,
envelope the îtatu* and baron io thick pa
p,» r wrapping carefully. *o that the meat
poinplct* ly covered, 'i'hrn tho meat ia
p Ul j lltl , a { .. 11 , » ti bag, yrhieh i* sown up
| v . Tho flv cannot penetrate both
envelopes with it* ovipositor, and if n6
hole* or -mall opening* are left, the meat
m . v j.,, presrrve-1 fr«?tn it. We have also
p a éked the treat in wheat bran and oat*.
j„ lynx,*, and barrel*, and have bean auc
,«Ds«fuI in saving it. But we favor thé
first-mentioned plan.
(;mon.« Onion* w?ll withstand far
moro eobl than i* usually Huppc.pcd. If
M dr y it. tight barreti anïaB inter
Ucc. filled with ch.ff. they may U kci-l
j , n , Wn, ov wheve the, Z«„ q„il.
h.rd. .nd not be i «iured pevidod th,
barreli nr« closed tight «ad not MMed
ri,. l in r;.r«.r^r , i,S i T
t » r ut in winter and then deeav °ili?
|
» uug anything but tu ag.we.Uo uJe r /

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