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Wool-Groy-lng a S hccpbi
NO. 1 45.
the body of the payer, one cando the
otherwise unpleasant job of pampering
L afayette , Dec. 30, 1873.
We are asked why ¿wool-grow
Published every Friday by
alone, and all help is superfluous.
performed by town or municipal
By using the brush instead fof the money.
DORRISS <Sc HEMBREE
“Weight for the wagon,” sang the
authorities which are more im
ers, are read but little, I feel inclined cloth air places will be avoii .d|d, and
portant than making and keeping cause the grt^th of t|ie wool, and to borrow from one of them a few the paper Vill not be soiled I by paste fat lady.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
the increase is ¿as pcr|)ôtual a9 the practical hints on farming. Hoping that sticks to a cloth.— Her.’p Farmer.
Pius the Ninth has buried over one
$3 00 in repair the common highways.
One Copy, One Year,
Une Copy, Nit Months,
1 75 It is a duty, we are sorry to say, time in which jhey live.
It mat that by so doing to enlist in the
emperance B ird .—Mary Moore
Onu Copy, Three Month«,
The Chinese wall was built midway
sadly neglected in many sections ters not how <uark the; night is, minds of the people an increased in had a pet canary bird, which hud boen
between Confucius and Christ.
to |grow< and terest in the perusal of our Patent trained to many pretty ways,
of the country; and in some local the wool continues
Office Reports. One of our highest
RATES OF ADVERTISING :
One rat-hole in a Duluth elevator
Every day at meal times, Mary
ities the matter of road making is it matters not how the wind blows -America^ authorities upon the subject
I Charged 600 bushel, of
opens the cage door and Dick fliesmit.
IWJJA \V i 3W 11 3M' | f.M í 1YR.
or how it mayfetorin, gestation is
of farming, was tho ’late Horace and lights upon her shoulder^, where
has a depart
1 [neo, i í*3 J1 2 2.5 1 1 75 1 ’• <w J ••I 00 1 15 OÙ
never longer! tAan 159 days. The Greeley. His writings undo? the cap-
Sinelics, ; 17.5 ; 2 ; ártq, 3 (C 1 KUO| 12 1 18 00 whatever, and the,working out of
he stays until the meal is ov
He ment abbut ‘‘The State at Large.
3inches, ¡ ¿50 I 3 5 50 1 4 50 1 !l 0*1 1 1* 1 22W highway taxes, by the residents of lambs will a|crage|! one-half fc- tion of
>f“Whati know about Farrn- Las been taught that he must,
Hartford, Conn., is^&Ofcrified at a
tinche», I 3 Ml I I <i Ml 1 5 011 1 U 1 20 1 30 Ol
still wliita Mr. Moore asks al
I 4 .0 i 5’5 Ml 1 t: of) 1 1« 1 22 1 32 (Ml the towns or districts, is simply a
I proposition to start a Sunday paper.
I Joo I Mi Ml !l Of) ! 20 1 2x 1
on their food; so, unless he || anes at i Whoever is in possession oF4? true
farce and a fraud. Every good
I 70l I y (3 Ml j 12 ¡ 20 1 30 j 50 Ò0
friend sees the counterpart of his own
citizen should feel an interest in double Coihpiund-4i perpetual ners—for young persons j&iid sonic once when the cage door is ir >en,
I IO I 15
waits in silence till the biasing is ’ 8OU l .
good roads, as thev contribute
not so young, who, are looking^-to over. * •
Basine.« Motice- in thè Locai Coltimi»*, 2.5
vents per l|ne. eat-liinsertion.
immensely to the comfort of
farming as their vocation.” He says:
The majority of* the married col-
Once fairly perched ora 1 I -.r
For log-lian<l transi.-nt a<lvertirametìV*$2.-
cnijoh the pas
1st. Good farming pays—no busi- shoulder, he expects a taste c f evfery- lierii 6wn each a piano. N< b ■ ■v wonder
■Mpar s.piareuif 12 line*. for tìie tir-t inser- eling. and save much in the wear goes back
. n(r g|1(J
tl Hl, i and iUOti per sqtiare tur cacti subsequent I
i eats, and whenever ¡flic
It is true,
finn. I ! i
i and tear of.carriages.
No farmer should occupy more* drinks she holds up to Jiim -a spoon-
te t>p Imitili jdr iip- we must not expect in the rural may be sick if .does pqt stop the
Gray’s yElegy” contains 997 word^.
land than he can manage profitably: ful of tea or coffee, which h® sins as of which 8D3 ar6 derived from the-
districts tho well-cared-for, solid growth of the ti
' Li? •’ ;
jßW.Pers*» uni Adv«. 50 C'ts. n Line»
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Not so .with oUcr
I business. location carefully and opeefor all.’
Subcrip ii.ns Sent Fist, $2 00 a YenV.
roads of suburban towns around
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One day Mary was ill
4th. No one should engage in farm The doctor ordered brandy albd water
cities: but there is no excuse tor
Ì1 USINEE CARDS.
for salary hhs’’ notlii^<p to grow* I ing for himself without previous to-relieve her, and when- sh Jlasted it, ionable New York ladies*go on pood
¡ the rocky, neglected paths which
his labor | I trainihg on the farm. _
W. M. RAMSEY,
Dick, as usual, called for h i. share,
are often found, and over which
The United States army numbers
, 5th. Prefer a small farip without He laid his little head agL_ nst
_ her 2.104 commissioned officers, and 29,-
penses aie plipctuah It is true debt to a large one . with jt. There face, peeped and -coaxdd, till just for
336 enlisted men.
travel. If towns would att -nd to
will always be land for purchasers
there are perpetual expenses atten
one point connected with their
when you have earned money to buy But no sooner had Dick
Why does a railroad conductor
Offi ce in the Court House.
highways, that is.carefully remove,
brandy than he‘ flew into
violent punch a hole in your ticket? To let
you pass through.
once in two weeks, during the bm under the most? Unfavorable
passion, shook his head, gtj nped his
C: l.t-l.'A. BJI I.I..
sthey can live
St. Charles, Mo., has anew/jail,
Summer, every stone which is circumstances^ where aancy
feet, and beat his wings^I scolding
BALL. <Sí STOTT,
à jo ut feedi
Tl^ii, in dis- and the loi^l editor there rejoins at
brought to the surface by rains or on the coihin^ns witljont
7tli. Shallow culture is • the great sharply all the while. Th0i
tyeaffiers will pay ! defect of American farming; sub-soil gust he flew back into hiß ör .ge,
Vtto meya at T jívw , drought, it would render even bad the meat of thp
and the winter’s prospect.
The season^in London are evenly
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expenses without ' drawing on if possible; but each y*car plow a lit would neither conic out or ¡¿otice her
roads very ? comfortable. These all
again all day.
divided—-four months of cold, four of
the wool or Bi creasy;of the ewes. tle deeper.
V ortland OREGON.
Oh! that our boys and gj s, When fog, and four of rain.
8th. Read and study good i agricul
Hence it is |ife a pecj^etual stream
of great discomfort to travelers,
spirits are offered them, woij 1 always
A ten-year-told boy weighing 168'
flowing inl(|j’ basinvit is only a tural books,interchange thoughts and reject it angrily, as did thiVlittle ca-
but also of intense anxiety. They
pounds was an object of interest at a
knowledge thus obtained in frequent,
E. C. BRADSHAW,
i question of time aboqt filling it to
put in peril lifp and limb, as
Detroit depot the other day.
j^back seems conversations with your neighbors
iioi^bs are very liable to stumble
and you will live longer and to a bet
Irish lace is worn this season by
ter purpose, and leave more property
in passing over them, and car
some ladies who were abroad last
and a better example to-ydur children.
summer and bought it cheap.
riages are often broken. Trv an
Offir« i'» tli.- Cuori
Such advice as the alx>Ve whten fol A sensation was produced ¡i^Bienville
The Louisville Ledger thinks that
experiment. Ride over a neg- ments and ibwns.Mepriying them
JE». C. S'. ¿.LiVAN.
I selves of society
for :the sake of
if a pedestrian is run over by a fast
lec^-d road in the country of a
t • Jkll
)j(xr4on. can be results. Other States in the Union era at Bevinsville irttliis ci ty,some drivdr, he has a right to shoot.
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1 1 £ •
are advancing rapidly in all their ag
Stopping up the cracks in cellars
epurage; then stop at the farm
ricultural persuits, and we (the form five miles from town,
there are ¡feillagepp fe|)nstantly ers of Oregon) are entitled to a like will remember the _ great
citement and houses is one of the on mis taka bio
WjMTILd BE V’TICE IN THE COURTS house and give the farmer a coup
signs that winter is approaching.
▼ v '»f fAiiiuill, Pulk and other countie«-
is produced ‘by the wholesalfs murders
f ’i Oregon.
Mormon missionaries are said to
required of us is to be ready uqd will committed by the Bender, ¡family in
stones; ride back : over the path i sheep range ßän be H0^whe
owner can 'v|£it his|
flocks do<iy, ing j to avail ourselves * and march Kansas. The bodies of their victims have made many new prose'ytes re
LAFAYETTE business directory . way again, and notice Low great and also giyojiis
straightway to a thorough system of were found buried, and tpe Bender cently in Hancock county, Maine.
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______ 4L. is the change. Upon your return
One of the at frictions at a Tennes
family all made good their escape be
fit of schools L ’and spificty.^3
r::.\ forming; fence making and stock-
u ?-■ t I
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see fair was a prize of one bushel of
you can trot briskly along, with
raising. Mr. Greeley fnrther says: fore’their crimes were discovered.
"W^ERGUSoN A BIRD.'corner of Jefferson
“The beginner is cautioned to make- The head of the family, Thomas potatoes for tho ugliest man rider.
JT and Mam ; dealers in produce and gen a sense of comfort and security;
W a ¿ ‘no haste’ but tq acquire that first .Webb, and old man nearly severity
Alpacas are looming up again about
whereas, in passing over it previ
G reasing £ uggies 4
time, possibly because they are
It KIMI’BON, north side Main
greatest pre-requisite experience even' <| years of age, has liyed at Bienville.
I buggies, ¿nd wag- if he must gain it by hiring as a la- It is learned that this man Webb, a cheap and times are uncommonly
dealers ih drugs, Confection-
ily s ipplies.
you proceeded slowly and in mis
shoemaker by trade, formerly lived hard.
AIN, attorney ; office on south
Such apprenticeship and the study of
A dandy is a chap who would be a
and expeditiously bad road^ can
lady if he could; but as he can’t, does
good agricultural works will furnish
E AMBE Y. County Judge and
torney . at lawoffice in the be improved. If every town in .
capital for purse, hands and brains.”
all he can to show the world he’s not
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A well-mailci HI
r|U endure 'He advises the beginner to study well
a i man.
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those sections where
OHN HIRD, weatside Jeflfemon street,
tô twenty the character and capabilities of each man and his wife moved back to this
dealer in stoves and tinware.
acre, and plan howlto make the most county a short time since and settled
swindling a brother Chinee in Cincin
simply for the removal of, them
C. BRADSHAW, attorney at law.
nati. Why not spell his name the
from the pathway as often as once Tight kind I " . ,
formerly livod, without any suspicion,
oil; but if tHii matt’
would devote at least a year to this • being remembered by the name of
ST. JOSEPH BUSIN8SS DIRECTORY. in two weeks during warm weath
A Western paper, under the head
tended to, |l .lie wheel will be used thoughtful observation and study.’ ” Webb by some of the old citizens who
er, the roads should be more com
ing of “Sporting News,’’ copies the
knew them many years ago.
- «X ycars^öri
years, o1; it may
ELTY a SIMPSON, cor. 4th and Elm; fortable than if ten times the cost
that “the L Colts 1 of
be soonef. ? • Ijjôrd »
dealers in groceries, glassware. Qaeena
lever be culture of our farms. - We have neg
Hartford are running on. full time.”
was expended in dumping on loads
Ware and patent medicine«
rill pen- lected our farming interests to dabble X /K West Virginia woman is thus
used on a w
Economy is said to be carried to
illiard saloon , Powe« a stewart, of sand, or plowing up roadside
in politics until we ale at tastefully described by a writer: She was
ietors. Best wine«,
wines, liquors, Ac. soil and piling it on the driveway.
such an extent in a town in Michigan
Badons of* the spokes
that the^paper mills have been com
, J. H. Olds, proprietor; cor We hope these hints will not be around tli
and Depot streets. New house lost upon those who have our com and spoil
’ wheel,’& Castor oil politics to cool off a l|ttle and with face.Xhe color of putty. Her nose pelled to suspend operations for want
mon highways in charge.— Jour is a good
rial for i¿c on an the aid of the Grangers we will look
Her mouth was of rags.
nal of Applied Chemistry. .
Boston is said to have an election
i a frost-bitten
oil enoty>h f^ould out for the interests of our agricul
# DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
iron axli ■;
1 Box's F ight W ith an E agle .— be apgli
a spindle t| give it ture, instead of assisting political
open, it revealed official who, after searching the “N’sM
through, said he could not find a cer
C. DALL, MANUFACTUBER OF The New Bedford Mercury says that a
A. A. P.
• Saddles and Harness. All work war
tain Mr. Knight’s name on the voting
ranted. Orders left with J. W. Cullen few
will days ago Nelson H. Stevens; a
rplu$ put oú will
more, for t
receive prompt s Mention.
j boy living at East Fair Haven, Mass
How to H ang P a ^ er .—Take the
temple were three
little flat, blue • ' Washing machines will be more
the end* and be
CHRIS. T a YLOR, dealer In general mer saw a large eagle swoop down on a work i
chandise* Odd Felldws’ building. The
colored curls, which seemed to have fashionable than ever this winter, and
flock of fowls, seized one and fly into forced by ,/Jl
place them against ¿he wall. Tho
cheap cash stSte.
rouhd out^de of the
been made arriTput there under the many young ladies will take their
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the woods. The boy weht for his gnn, into the jj
'XI/ S. l’^WEl.L, Saw Mill. Dressed
paper will haug close to the wall, but
pressure of a ton to tho inch, She first lesion in this household accom
v v • lumber of all kinds, doorsand win which was loaded with shot fpr rabbit boxes. T p J the axlegrec, first
will not stick at the bottom, and you
shooting, and, on pursuing the eagle, wipe the p jodies:
A fashionable young lady dropped
H oward & stewart , blacksmiths, found that the fowl had escaped, and cloth wet ¡t i turpén tifie, if it can sight down the inner edgo and head.. A black clay-pipe with a
' Wagons, hacks anil buggies ironed. that the eagle was chasing it through
see when you have it true with the
one of hjjr false eyehkows in a church
GwMiuithiog and general job work done.
the bushes. He then fired, wounded
pew, and badly frightened a young
JffiADBETTER A RILEY : pictures of all
the eagle, and! a firce hand to hand gy or car
man next to her, who thought it was
descriptions always on hand and frames
froqt ends of the- the wall don’t use a| oloth: take a Her eyes resembled two larg pew his moustache.
tussle ensued, in which the boy the back
of all descriptions made to order.
l apjMy a ^‘dry small whitewash brush and ^arcfully brush ter buttons dipped in lard, Her
“Where shg>ll I put this paper so as
MJTARKER a CO.; Ferry street; dry thought he had killed it. He seized hubs, and
the paper to its place.i These direc frame was the only thing she
his prize, and started for horn/), threw quantity <
re- to be sure of finding it to-morrow?”
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tained of what may once haVe been inquired Mary Jane of her. brother
BEST, livery stable Ferry-street; bug- when it again flew back to the wood.
itor got a
• gies and horses to let at all times, at
a goodsized body, ¿r
’ Charles. “On the looking-glass,”
letter inclobpig a dried human ear;
was her bi other’s reply.
scolding before they were found out
and contaitìiu^. the statò, »ent that
NELL <fc CO., Ferry street: dealers in
A little girl was dace asked the
and put in practice. By following
general merchandise. The NEW cheap He then took it home, and found that
a little girl in a Scotch kirk
1 ¿“ofone, these directions, especially the one in following question: “What is tells how
it weighed eight and a half pounds that ^as all
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weary of the minister’s. i--
House, carriage and wagon and measured six foot nine inches
faith?” She replied, “Doing God’: s. stepped softly
to his side, ai
sign writing done to or-
paper over and letting it adhere to will and asking uo questions.”
order by J,
“O, sir, please say Amen 1” .
il T . 4 HI
Koaxlx and Road Making.