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i - i Ly. n tf 1'AMI TOPICS. TitCATMfc.vr ok uirfKiUKT fOiLV , roots of nil plants ami especially tho Knil. ulnln iv,iMfilU-.!,.iu.n,!irur fur 1 legumes. lue a power of acting- as u..-, -. ...... ...-v... ... . ........ ... .-. rj - . 1 rrtTD TinTinr PTTV TTMPQ B oSo'&'la'mi were rcturnetT toitther' HI5TS FOK THE ljOUSBBOIik The Slangf GirlW'a Ii liti JJUlUjJj; til I IJJlLDO' ,lliouManmialIv improve fertility. , S. d '- U'A i , 3 TOth thillfact in view it isSeay to uo- t j '" "T f R Mothcrsef the old school looiqregrct- htusrciiTttrx : ?ii ir Temr, loi-itt. derstaml that as a part, at3eat, of each i-Hani or pork that too salt sbonldfully'Tipunitiic jiestronablc -moaners of s-zr-: J3 J-j,, jVitnnualiy remcrrW-planPf bo'Sfcake'd-oTcrnight in" sweet milk. Or theYi-ing generation, for the san g froid NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. Cqivai..t to that contained in the por-, parboiled in the morriag in cold "water, of tlie girl of the period stands out in tion of the crops carried off nm-t he re- .Kit or broil slowly. . , ... .unpleasant contrast- with the modest I )jTrncd toWJ.elaud to secure hi end oririg Many .sonpstare bettor on the 'day Vdavity of our grandmothers- Notwith , fertiTityr It has been practically dent, aftcr-they are indi,-M-vided they-Mr 4iling-lie mintaking attention given ntrateif ocrandover again that the not warmed over too quickly or lelt too to deportment in public and private 'long over the fire. ' schools,Jlj)g-.rlf gently manners, nn- o . i nnitinn. uiieiani: una iparamui oi """ t hi-ifiihi- nuu iwicuw, ia their material elements urnm the source .chemical aMits lipon the mineral elc- tapioca dissolved In water overnight; ' t!l exception, ami Ijue faults are even r . 1 " -1 . .1 . . ., , . 1 ...it.: l.f tl.n (Mill 1 n' 1 minnBf WlllPh . . , . I 1 n...... tr..-ntr.nl .in.....- il.n Vii.1. lim irom men uiey lire iiicinseiii-iuenvcu, "" " "- "" -; " - -., mat inree eggj anu one cup m sugar to- ". ('aiun " "- uijwu.ut at the Mine tiruo often rely more tinon renders them available as plant-food. .,Pthcr, and stif imVthe tapioca: ,flien'. tIiau tn '"wly. At school the girl.who artificial treatment, than tlie original This, in part, explains the dowtblr ef- ,J,,j 011(J 1:lrt suwt m-ik. stjc wtjj: has the l.-rgest stock orslang'.cun laii"h Kiiirce for their fertility. There arc, ' Jects of the puliation ot peas, uovert,)a. ;,, I)ulidin"-dUh inueeti, lew lanus oi nucn euaracier as aim me im. . thickens until custard,' i10 loudest, and has le:ut respect for eiioerruiu or pruuxici.v, la. luuouost to be nermanentlv indenemient of the W idle the general prinriplcs Here laid n,r...,. , ,., .j,:.t ,,i , popular, and w eoirrted as tlni boon - .... '... - ... 1 1 1 I t '.:.. ...... 1 WV.. A ..V t. .p.tHMt , -. ii.mWH - ", ,rc i"' "i I'Z,,: ' ,i "L coffee in an enameled pot and pbnr fei t aid of npplirtl fertilirs; therefore t neceswty for knowleilge of the cliemi&il'farmera are the same cvcrj-vhere, their ,... asraucl,as renuiA-d- et1 Sirls like to 'a favorite's; tlju slang- luinrlml il ..! nl n fnt I .lr4ni f IArti' 'IT1I1I IlVtl 1IIII III I)i:ii:i 11 IT 111111 111 llCLIia 1 . '. .... - "'""""''"" "." "'" ."' "'"" lV V". I rii li 5.t .T- .i:fj.... V.:-... ' it on ttie li what crops it trill best grow and whatity vary with the differing, circum elements of tilant-fooil itreouirns. . fiances iirrouimia; companion and too jolkvsuirit.. lost jchoolniate is imitated, and a pert, un- eoui c lai wn fln.l In,!- V.nl.1.1.. . ciln I .C MiU JlTlflW UUUI'iVU I. Cll.tlll . t , . , . , A .l i . ., t .- t i..-t i coiilu slk! i.s inns of?YeifHMo in in:ir tn.i:..:.l.,.i ,,-m., inrougn n canion nannei uag. siaKO ine r. .,'.;- ,.--., ..,-., ....' ,r.-.,. iiv,,un. ....-. i . -. ., ., . i.ij . . it.... i iuruu"niiie u oeauuiui oiciure. ' ua" til tut; iiiiiiucsb ivinii in i.iiuiiu li:,ll . . . .. ' ... Finish- Soils compoed of coarse land, while Certain practices which give admirable i r , . . : .. ,r.r ..virrr J"- schools and intercourse with refined linrral rlflnenLs. resillLh ai llie urui uiav iai. u uu ui .'.. , , . , . , .. , ,. are, in the absence of time it is used, and do not drv it in the ffl"c w'"' m ? n,.cas"r,1"', ,one, ?.w? ....... . . Ihi. inironiiG lint, tt m 1w vinliirikil sun. Keen tue eonce-bcans in an air-' .... ., ....... ..... .. ... ...... that flifti ti Iws mTt Im TTtntt itlottionta are in t'be absence of Judicious treat-.' any avail at the bouthand vice versa. ' ... . . i. . r i r-uu. iktiirir luu ninit-uiain All ii .ill - ment, a continual source of disappoint-, ."any oi mcMj uuierences larmers lousn ., ., ,.-,i ,,, , ,mo. sometimes, anil upon occasions menttothe culliialor. Thej- allow a learn from experience, though much t p .'.. rfnd the eoffee inst before produce the gieatest chagrin. raiid desent of water through them, knowledge may be gamed by observn-I "'? "n,ma ' nnu uic conet ju.i uuore Foreigners claim tlut what they term are incajiablo of supplying moUturo tion. The interchange of experiences ' o the self-reliance . and impudence of from below by capillary attraction and ( from all sections of country through' licet a ujioue: jaKc a pieco ot American girls eomo from the wide are deficient in the power of absorbing , journals devoted to the farmers' inter- round otUeet, about ,six or eight pouml., !iberty gjven them M to appearing in moisture or fertilizing pisses from the t eU, agricultural .nations and farmers' m weiglit: lard it wiUi oaeou, dippot in , pUj.iic- Xalive gentleness and modesty atmoMihcrc. rcrtihzers applieil to , clubs can not be too highly prized or , salt. pejjpcr. ground clojc. and aiNpicc; are WOrn-off bva constant contact with Amen. these lands are of littlo or n use be- cau-e they are not retained. The con-1 the trouble to promulgate faeu coming , feouence "is a failure of crops, cspcrinllr I into his own line and of general interest , in times of drouth. These soils, how- i is soon rewarded for that trouble by , sm.ui onions, a icn nice oiicmnn, two not aitorether ui,istlv: bm the ovcr- ecr, with proper management have I some equally valuable fact, otherwise . iarei icai cs anu urieu cnampignon, 10 bearing snobbishness exhibited toward their mechanical defects corrected and I imknown to him, from another farmer! coer th0 me3t ""'Jl nalf T,"2?:lr ", , us in return, as if we were a race of In their value manv times enhanced. Fall I whoso opinions were called out, maybe, t water or wine and "vinegar ; cover the I d jans partly palliatcslhe o'ffensc. It is plowing when there is a clar subsoil by liis own communication. Aeu lor poicio-eiranap.i-ie'.nuiiiyoucananii better for us in our cultivation of polite- l..rr f.innpr u-lin titt-P P"l Uie OCCI in a lOt WJ1ICII Call t3 COV- ' fi1A ,,1, ...1 nf l..,,-:. -.T .....i. v .nu- . - . i,4 iuui,ii viij-ta jl iiiiiij.21111 muvii reuugmy, mi some oacoii, x car- can ir,3 ab?0Ilj have cert;Vinly been rots, a piece cf celery, three or four severelv criticised for bad manners, and . small onions, a fewslices of lemon, two ., it0!rcther m.iustlv: but the ovcr- within reach is very beneficial, because it brings tip the clay to mingle with the sand surface by the'action of frosts and rains. A green crop or two turned un der further assisis in stiffening the tex ture of the land, improving its capilla ry action and facilitating root action. Jl-orW. A Burglar Story. bake slowly four or five hours. Before, serving, skim some tat off and take one tablcpoonful of Hour and one teaspoon- ness, to study themanners and customs. ol our own country, than to ape foreign airs, and cater to foreign tastes. Aineri- reaeh of the plow. conjunction with ve-retable matter turn ed under is adiised as one of the ino-t effectual and economical mcaus for the amelioration of the land. The succesiful management and cul tivation of clay or stiff lands are much moro laborious than the lighter soils. Clay soils under proper treatment, how- mi oi sugar; iryxnis very oars orowii, , ca rlj wonM ,ace them,eivc, aOTTe mill tf thl. WMT nml linil iir nir.iin .. ... .. . . ...... ...... ......, ".- "i- "o ail criticism, it tncy wount nut study ., t linn roL'r. TiiA.ir ..nr clMitt tin. ..mm. ... . ... . ..... ... w ...v... --.... ...v... .,..... .,. .v.., , ujjjuny 01 oearing, and mild, ladv-liKe, .Music ana tne tine arts In Doton, early the other morning Mr. Nicholas Halbenr, of the carriage , r. ., T.1..I li..." .1. ."--' "" J "..viw Uu ra..T . TO. W.1VS. When there is not a clay subsoil within j cm.a w hearing somcbod'V in his bed- si!..iiaeou. t :l.ro elevating, but French spoken with tlio useot nine in 1 ,,. He saw three men and jumped nr ;,,, ., ., ,,. , ""-' nnii, narsn voice ot an r.ppie for them. Two grappled with him, and mwhtaeiTout of wbTrs '-"" , vcnJ", and a request lor music an they three rolled down stairs out into , mac2.me oU "ut 0l wast;a"le fF- .-wered with slang force the hearer to- the street. Mr. Halberg earning on the f Jt w"? er T"?ed, '"'"S hn ihu 'ef "'J1. tI,e, accomplishments fight in his night-Inn. While they nu!t.'eJc1P,il- "too hot the loaves will have been cultivated to the neglect of f,,h .,t ., fd. si,t,...-nlt- Mr. Hnl. be full of holes., good breeding. ber"-ran out of the room and locked the. To clean brass, immerse orwashitj Another main constituent of the make- several times in sour milk or whev; this up oi a real gentlewoman, is an ecn will brighten it without scouring: it , temper. Tempers come by nature; but door, thus shutting in the third burglar, w ho was under the bed. 5he called for eer, endure long and yield a great va- her husband, who was fiirhliu" with the t may then be scoured with a woolen cloth they can be controlled like a fine piano, ricty of crops. They are generally J original two and with a-lhinfman who dipped in water. , It requires work, but it can be done b adapted to the cereals, make good grass jmJ j0jne,i them, and pasture lands and grow line fruits. an-ay and joined In iwav lanus are ueucicnt ctablo matter lore greatly oenelited iir an , !n,ni y Some fr 11nll.l.rr rmt A Bmill ,,ioo nt nniur r linon CarClUl, JUUICIOUS, SClt-training. i - . . . ... . . - - . . . inn c1-e 1 tin Ik n !. nmiAw II n Ti away and joined her, and jrot a natenet, i moistened with turpentine and put into "'"- "i' ."'" ' imiicuiri " "" in VCg- ;tl, u.hinli l.o nlnrnJ tn c.ltlo rilt I ho wo rit ml in m- tiin-ra fnr o cinirln CTCatCr liaVOC In a llOUSellOld than a and are there- i,;,n..wk, .ml ,i, innHi,iri.ni,bi,ri,tii i.rii.n.i!m.-.n?r kerosene explosion." But a sweet, well benefited lir iiii. : i -r'.i :-.i .- .1 -.... . :.. .: :- .u- ' niverned temner. and the abilitr to application of tho same. Lime is also, Mrs. Halbcrgalso participated, andthe' IIanlenin- Candles- Take for four overlook mishaps without a storm of neiiciiciai to sucn lands, assisting to I t-n ,..., nln in tlitir nirrl.t ninn.oe ivn. ' .i. r .i.. . ...i ..... word', is like a delightful perfume, rc- : house. substances which sene as divisors, pre- j hon?E nnav tIiree o tluTmen de-1 Sn,ll TII find VZJ ZZZ, I What better time to resolve to try the- experiment oi wearing tne graces ot a gentle womanhood? Drop slang, study refinement and polite bearing; and above all set a close watch on your tem per. At the end of thejear, you will xcniiiiguwaune.ionot tne particles ot i ,,teL and the fourth agreed to give' to steep the wicks in TimcwUer and salt earthbothm times of drouth and ex- up to Mr. aIberr the gold watch and pef "J and dry hem The flame is cesju o wet arc of great sen ice. ho baA tak"cn if hlUe fi Ilt m- ht Pf' l ,4",, t "" - -"-j .... aiuxw 4.. niFo inn lit" ini iir: im ruiptrironr lua"r j be ama7ed at the compliments you re-s-cf uj j cejve for being a perfect gentlewoman, 1 and 1 an4 at the good influence 3 on have cx- sonable work can seldom In) done in the ' !,. ' ,i" ,' ,., , i i. .?,,.": a isp of Uroom-com with a small quail- spring. Every farmer knows how ' , al Vicked with hachet blows - , so?py , r " ,y ,. ,i..,.i.io .:.. i..i 1... :r j J. man, an n.ickeu wun nacnet iiiows : ciean .. .,.. from aii 1. ,, uu.iuiu.nuu wu. ....... IHT..IUH.-3 n iiiiio,,,! ,mn from a Mil (mm 5 mm mr .T . ,.-.., . i .. I ""' ;' together and packed after r.avuigT.ccn ,vas foun(t in ,!ie stre'eU and on arrest ' 11 .1 C,C , , erted upon othersioaii on J ifowc. plowl.. Much needless w.irfc is caused , wS.W TVfc ifa&tanSr m t ???lc ?. h. J?i 5" ,oT hJ ny juowing such innds Uny early inr tho ' ,0 liave the rignt sort of grit about it. " " " ,"r,,iu,r,n""f,"S ' 1 Unpremeditated Speech. sj.nng. rail inowmg is a greac asi5t-. It lui!rht be addetl Uiat. during the anre; it adds iminus through whatever . ,vhole performance, no policeman an- r."!. r" "JBCU'ls 0"0,,,"'B"un"! "Ladiesand gentlemen," said Col. "mwths miv btt un tliH fiirf.rn. nnil thn ' i " a UJuiue, alternate freezes and thaws of winter' breakup the inert clods and grind down ( mc Mitt nun a morosoiuoie mas. 4Joid nni! A HhUKiUEK CouTT f N. N.'l fanner ,1 unproductive .soils which havestag- 1? ,"", ZZZSZ P050 a rag nant water sullieirntlv near the surface i to be reached by the rooti .of plants rc-.f ' quire to lie iinacrdraincd. i ly swindled by dealers in counterfeit 'money. He sent $100 to ono oflhcm. 1 hnd received by cxpiess thit customary .Ml.,.1 ;i .,- 1 .t.i ... l.i.wwT "o " sanuuiu a nun mi camera .c' dMinrtlre EhawciwV being coinoA-a'0 de.tcrn"ned pewotojlj ofsUceeivedpoits,conU.me,lthrough l-, - 'T,,- Ho, h-B'n .f a long jwiodt, Xhev i.artake.soinewhatT1: '".V1 1"1' an,a w J ..f .i,';i..f'.i... ..,.., t i.t.i. examine the package, for which he paid nnmin- whirrs hii.. wjj,l n,l .l. I &W; but when he got on the cars to poMtcltliem. AnuvialUnd!,ofcontc,jrol1?S .h0,mc;. w!,h ?s T!,r? i',i ? arerichmhumu, and do not need the 1,1" , '"tiI1 Ufi ncufgnmiif imwn w,...i li.mn. ...,.U. " """ " ....iiiub.1 ura. .nil - . ... w. IV... V.W..J ........ U....V.1 - .rtl,.,. J,.,,, !. i.V I" f or theapplioklion in any form of vege- large as a broom handle, with two stout corus near me coarse enus, winen lorm , ..Ladiesand gentlemen," said ' a uauiue. c.l. o: ll .. t ,.- j . i ...uiuii, wuiiiii nn in jiajiei iruiii uis i In attempting to remove grease Hacker, "this call to entirely nnexpect I'spots the mistake is frequently made of ed. I am not prepared to "speak and mijutiiij; uiiiiiiicorsimin n luqieauuu i munt Know live minutes pcfore i was 1 his tends In-1 called on that I was expected to say i cxcliange had been effected before hisr eritably to spread the grease. The any tiling here, so I merely jotted dewn stained portion of the garments should a few remarks restnnl.iv tli.it I intmt. f .bo laid Hat between two sheets of blot- cd to make. You must excuse all timr-piper, and the vpper sheet well blundcrjs nirjpcech Jiiintjicly iai soaked with lienzine. In this way, If proniptu anTl the miinirscnnt c poorly tullicient time be given, the whole of : wHttenYeiinliArilW mill ';V . iir,b: jthq fatty matter becomes not only f ness is a terrible virtue. I hate known dissolved butabsorbed by the paper. i men after a short career of dissipation, ' .' " j fill a drunkard's grave hefor.) they were Jons-ST'mam;ma passed tho plate I tiiree years old. 1 have seen rich men to John-ny. There were two ap-ples j pass the wine cup around their well v.. u.u tf..v. vyiu .13 rt iiit.-, .iu luieti lauies anu ineir poor cniidren one, jji oiu-er was small anu specKieu. i mg lor a crust of urcart. You see cry- men M ll'l. UI'IIVAU'M til till) 4VJ, LXi JA. rU i . 1 1 It 1 .-i.,,,, IWiHiJ LUV . table matter:, Thfyare genuraUy de.; W'riaD0'"i3'1 to help WWl J oifevery comer who have filled drunk- uciciit jis tiio uiuierai eioineniH ami arc ' .. ." . , r :.i" T oo-ioro in: thiinnUirfeitiminnvtttMttlMl.v i ' ".i "J - -"..ui. " am? graces. lou see men reeling he hid intended. IT l0 ,?Tv , 5 , , , bl" sP-Ie-;ant-thcrsireeUavhoittl;eUia4 die.l7f s-uu fuvA.uio iuo i..i-vim uno. "umi-r cnoiera imanium, would iiav, starved -F.ny liad the big one left for hinf. John- thc sal66nikeeneri,.'tii. death. A siht-.. T . benefited by -phosphoric acid, ,wtash and other" mineral plant-food. Tlie same mar hd .eddof Miilskiniwn rii Tin. ' otable inohU and cotitaining large. pr , 'SlA7HElJ'roiii the. grave" in Ohio cent, of TTgrtablo mailer. , iws uui.imcajuii..iiie IaiiHi&rn. soiU in which day and i Pal?ntiuelicu:e or try sand unite, tamlr loams beink tho-o in rnenns rahcriy what it which the sand pmlnminates and clay the funeral. Torn Worltl. 1...I-1K !hftil in i, lii.Ji ihtvunmiillrfs rtt I d J.I i". '" .. I- 1 . ... i .....t a, .. . ..!.- . --1... !.-.. 11 - .,?t ...1.-.. ... j r J.lt-.;: I .IJXJ-iIi-iiti' .- V'W'. ... : miiu au .ii iurutri?'".!' iucsejiniisi.1. ,ti-iiiw "cinHiini oi inR.'viisimn v.rowrf ,ufii cnissing lijiiiaiic. joebween pyucit to lift tre.itiil'AfeiHi!in.M. tlin suiil ir iJpiJ!rinei.HdiilnhJniii1 1im 4li1TnAc''Af Al1 - rtirlA.lnm m.ites ;iml pAT-'ini! PMI,.; Y,U ! c prinlominatiB.-" . .V ';",',ttMldt1ld3!ghter'ot, 1I,rince''Gcorg(Jri.ro'ai(w, a very" valuably, hog for pork- i XeW 7iy n.is a goou ooj. .iknow yoii are., wicare says, 'Uh, that man should nut saeu iiy. a new .-lad Ids po-IIte-nesS and gopd-ness were an enemv in his mouth to commit ,.. an old doctor. Itfrcward-rd, ItwashardonJaiie. Yasj i Uryenv "on hw, brMns.'. iJIryhoarvw. says, jmd'follows- but this is nit1 !i ffo-ry for gfrls. New ' cnlurvMins-Milnrr hni-Uv )J,ixUX-n , I ,. 'squire has rung in some Greek on m ' and, as I don't understand Latin I'm quit." louKf ladles'arc'ifevdoinng'an ; louuuess lor.ine violin. .