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Directly across the harbor from ray
hotel, on the Long Point Shore, barely
two miles away, arc two largo pounds
perhaps the most efficient trap3 for
taking nsh that the ingenuity of man
has ever invented. Making friends
with their owners, I was invited out one
afternoon to see them "take up" the
day's catch. At tho fish-house I am
furnished with ""jumper" and overalls.
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OLUME 1. MfiYSlZILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16,1882. NUMBER 3Q7.
JM in j hi mi i i i a . Hrfe mill)) i ii i.i ii ii linn '' ""'"" iwiMHiwut
In their reconstructed, inimitable musical absurdity, entitled
I. N, RENTFIIOW Proprietor and Manager
0. P. .SISSON Sole Btmlnpss Manager
KXPli JfrATIoN .A party ot ladles a: d gentlemen going on a steamboat excursion, arrive
near the boat landing, and Undine they have two hours and a quarter to
propose lo pass the time away with songe. danre.S.
partureoi the boat, representations, etc.
The amusement of the party is made all tne more enjoyaoie by tne surround in
blundering awkwardness of their necro attendant.
wait before the de
s auu stupid,
MAY BLOSSOM, (A Stage Struck Heorlne)
GRACE MARKINS, (Cousin to Mede) MISS GERTIE WEBST.ER
A Lunch By the Party
FRANK TW1TLER, (A Bachelor) MR. OSUAR SISSOJT
Ice Cream For Three
MEDE MARKlNS,(Crushed Again) Mil. HARRY MILLS
jBruno ".v tne uear
EHEORALTUS LUCH, (An Invited Guest) MR. P. W. S'HLLMAN
Ma, Look A.J?Ar"
CLAUDE. ( Ebony ServnnQ - MR- L. RUTHFRON
A grand incidental olio to the extravaganza, iutrodnciqg the f llowlng specialties :
MR. HARRY MILLS,
In his neal German specialties, alaemmet, singing. "He Gave my Hand a Squeeze," "Schnidc
How You Vas." Ven the Moon HeClimed,"and the celebrated Cuckoo song.
jOsiE SISS03KT oscar
In their original musical burletta, entitled
IKITTIE PARKER,(Our Little Gift From .School) JOSIE RISSON
FOOLISH BILLYv8iMPKINS, (Kitties Bean) . OSCAR SISSON
: MR. F; W. .
i XlPrncella'Poole Bedott, and the crushed tragedian.
Ju.bertflaledt JinO character impersonations. Dolly Dobyns, (A Yorkshire lass with song,
BIDDY JiLiuKNS'...r...M..;. With song, "Our Summer Morning and Irish jig,
WIDOW toRYTyELL : , WIth song, Keno Itlno.
The whole to conclude with the parade of TJIIJE INVINC1ML.ES by the company; arrival
of the steamer JPATH FINDER.
ADMISSION 50 and 75c
Resesved jseatji on sale at TA YLOR'S N.EWS DEPOT without extra charge. .
fiSTThe !Pianc iise'd is tne celebrated "Weber,", armsled Z. F.
Jealjer ind Organs, cor. oftfEird and Sutton sts.'Mayiville.
45.000 NOW IN USE.
- Organists and Musicians prououpce it
oftomto1ouer" great comtasnu
Inipro.vltig by age", AM the jnOst durable Organ
We can endorse All the wonderful tilings Uiat
are said 'abbut Its
and ;0)mrAV UJoii,
It has in ore sweetness, and power than any
other. C. F.FEiN&.XJrganist,
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Wo embark in the dorv, and in half an three others c!ean it'; two wash tho fish;
hour reach the pound. This is nnde of I a seventh cuts a slit on each half, that
netting attached to posts firmly J the inspector may judge of its fatness;
fixed in the sand, and rising a few i an eighth trundles the cleaned fish into
inches above high water mark,
are three posts or divisions. A
extends from tho shore
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hundred feet into the bav. At its end
the leader besrins, formed of two walls
enough to dicovrthe door by which it
ciame in. The fishermen Push their
boat through the opening in the leader
into the pound., ithin is a sight to
$tir ft laud 'man ',s J?Jo(L Xle Avater is
lalivewith fish, it? jurace f.pftm
;by their fins, .while the .netting
inbloses it U bending and 3,hUking yfth
the mad rushes of $q victims.
It is nQt often that; one finds himself
in such proximity to hese rbvers of the
sea: within reach of the hand blue,
mottieu macer,ei opurse aroupu. m
scnools; b'luelish make wild daHh.es
among: tnem ; iify fiitlish and horsefeet
groveT,qn,theyyottom, and crabs gyrate
about attacking everything wo,ake"rtan
theme.lve. 'ile;, jtoo, are numbers of
tlie pq, or These are the
smallest of the eenus, however, abo,ut a
fqot lon, of a darjc br.own color, .and
furnished with a valve-like projection in
Jieu of a taiji, by mqans of whiqh .they
dart through the wuer like a Hash of
l,ight. The fishprmah strikes one with
:his hoo)c ,and throws him into the boat ;
tfye oreatu,ro lies there a palpitating
m,ass, and I can hardly b.elieye
that beneath his, fringe of tentacles there
is a beak jthat can gnaw like a serpent's
tooth. We have an instance of his
voracity after the nets are drawn ; in
tho drawing a small mackerel is injured
and floats helpless on the surface. "Look
here," says the fisherman; and turning
we see that four of the polyps have
fastened on the poor creature. A blow
of the hook drives them away, and we
find that they have eaten four gaping
holes in his baok and sides.
The fishermen secure their catch with
a net br6ught with them in the dory.
hey drop one end' before the entrance,
then pull the boat around the side of
tne pound, dragging the n.qt with them.
They allow it to slip over the squid,
flatfish, and horsefeet which lie op tne
bottom, but drop it as f hey QPRrpach
the od Wf which; are athfia at fte
furtfefc WMm $fnt from the boat.
Jy andTtf the circjjit is, j.mplct ahd
tha fiah arn onmaahed. .There an) iiva
liarreTs'of mackerel and a few.jluj)fh
excitfng struggle. The fif ; m)
Lmtuv AAJhkMtf fe4ilMi
rels ofblhe beauties Ho there struggling
and threshing. We row back across tho
bay to the dock and fish-house. Eijrht
bronzed and, rugged voterans in oilskins
and top boots are awaiting our approach.
One in the dory shovels the fish into a
bushel basket, which another hoists with
pulley and blocks to the dock. Six others
are stationed near by at tfiree tubs
filled with clean water. One takes the
fish from the basket and deftlv slits it
down the back, beginning at the head ;
i uiu usuuuusu, wuure two men witu a
wheelbarrow of salt between them are
; packing the product in hogsheads. One
j throws a handful of salt on the opened
fish, and hands it to his fellow, who
of netting that describe an ellipse, and packs it in the hogshead with more salt,
open by a narrow aperture into the where it remains until sufficiently
pound proper a small, circular space, "pickled," when it is sorted into three
inclosed by wa,lls of netting, and having ! ( "culls" and marketed. Provincetown
no outlet except the opening from the I (Mass.") Qjv. N. Y. Post.
leader. The hsh mackerel, cup,
flounder, cod, coasting along
shore are stopped by the wall of netting,
'follow it to jget around by it, and, having
a tendency to go straight ahead
tttViqm cffiTf of? L'non nn ,t if.a brff? fVlTTinorh
tlie mouth of :he leader, follow its walls, J
and pass through the narrow entrance
into the pound, where t,heV are as
cajred as though in the fisherman's
net. .Not one in a tnousana nas wit
The seed-bed should bo made very
fine, and well fertilized with the finest
of manure, and the rows marked oil
about ten inches apart. The seed should
ne covered very shallow, and often passing
a over tho rows will
cause sufficient covering. When llus
plants appeav. they should be carefully
weeded out; and wheu dioy have reached
the height of nearly a foot, they shoukl
be pruned down to a few inches, so that
a thick growth may be insured. It is
also claimed that the transplanting injures
them far less when thtts shortened
of their leaves.
The celery beds should next bp thoroughly
stirred to agoqd depth, mixing
the, soil as thoroughly as .possible to
.'make it' free -from lumps, and so give
the roots tho best chance to attain their
food. The plants, when set in the rows, -need
not exceed eight inches apart, and
should have tho earth firmed about
them, as anything which contr'.but&s
towards retaijning moisture is a .benefit
to the plants. Setting eight inches
apart, in rows three feet distant from
each other, gives not only ample room
for working, but allows all the space
necessary for their development and
fi nal breaking up. A,f tcr some weeks of
the flat culture, a change will be necessary
in order to blanch the stalks,
which is done by bringing tho
soil up about them. The Stalks ,are
closed together by the hand, and
the soil is again firmed about them, care
being taken to keep it around the plant,
but not allow it to get upon the "heart"
of tho stalk, as this would defeat the
sought. As the soil is washed down,
and is otherwise removed from about
the stalks, the process of banking up
will have to be repeated. The final
banking up may be delayed until tho
.jjoe approach of winter, as the frosts
of the late fall seem to give the stalks
n .especial crispness and jtemteruess.
With the dwarf varieties, the lessened
labor of preparing them for blanching is
the best argument jn their favor, as a
much less amount of caith is required,
with consequent diminished work. As
wnLer approaches, tho soil is loosened
up between tho rows, and is then thrown
up quite to tliqir tops; but if tligy aretQ
oe secured s,o-as to bo apv'essible foy
trenching prpqesS ojf
. will mgst lively bp thp bet
metjiod, bjjt fpr early uso, eanHJng
up, and4coYAiing witlj jkopat jng of straw,
rjllj answer quite' as yell. n eoye;cJm
(n fch.0 Jnphdft the
piu be avoided, whfefciftMi. b best
sftjQmplishfrd ly riiianai"oyHft, ipr
Wftis4 tfw'dtptjj to;tfaetwVHlgr of
.witkMi tattappet ,'90 ii ltoft)n!a
fo&tar 98if 'traw 'ntaylw
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