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   Jackson County Banner (Newspaper) - August 19, 1858, Black River Falls, Wisconsin                                I-1. II Y.VXIM, 'v M'K- .101! WOKK KX- I'H-l-ATCll. AND AT ('iix-nhir-., Yisitiuc; do., AIJG. 19, 1858 BLACK EIVER FALtS, WIS., Attorneys at and Solicitors in Chancery. Of- Ik'O one ilnor Kouth ofW.'l'. 1'rieo's Uiver Full.-H. U. H. JUHN-.10M, vl-nl-lyr .1'HICK. Attorney and Counselor at'Law, lir.AtK IllVKH I'ALtiS, WISCONSIN. 4.01) 1 ,00 50 76 pur line, It, 2, til) id for in liinil .l to ont.-. for paid t'ur W. I.. W. WASON, Will attend promptly to tho- Gt.lleelion nf u.s ho is ttxtotirfivoly no- ullover tho Northern Oo'iintieg-in this vl-iil miain Mute M. S. WASON, Bulimic Physician, llluck Hivor vjul Otlieoopiimilu the I'alU Hotel. J, KM NUN >t KSAI.K and Kotiill Dealers in Heady Miulo ftlu' .Hoots and Shoos, nml Drawers, Yankee Notions. A! lUriurt-iiciit of (lout's Vurnibhing Goods -always on Imiul. JUnck Llivor falls anil I.n CI-OSHO. vlnS-tf August 2 9 l> AIN EHD, Dpooratlvennd Plain. Tob Printers, at tho linnnor ufliuo. ISlnok llivur Kails, Wisconsin. Orders by mail promptly atttmdod to_. MISCELLANEOUS. S. W. BOWMAN, GBMRAL LAND AGENT, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Black llivcr Fulls, Wis., Arill buy and.scll real estate, bqtu.in the.village, and taxes, 'investigate' money, negotiate secure .preemptions ion- Soliool ami University Lands, Ipoato lands on, time for actual settlors; in business ooaheotod with-a.gonoral.land agency, an.d.-vrill also at of titles of lan'd in.Jaolcson m any'of the'a'djdin-ing counties.1 -My facilities for attending to this :abo.v.o; business dro thelocatio.n.isoqui-distant the-I.a Crosso and Chippcwa Land'Ofliccs. Piy2-2 TIic Bull and tiic Bees. NEW WHOLESALE 1858. -ur.ivr .-..n' [uia'notan Duftlor In GHOCEKIES and PROVISIONS x i. a o F1UJITS ANJ? CIGAKS, And all kinds ;Qf. PRO DlICE. Briok Store. Livnd Office Building, LA SOT I.OVJiXGOOD'S -LATEST I got about a fox squirrel; skin, ovp Hied corn juice under my shut, an wur. for Bill Kar's on foot, when I got in sight ove old'Burn's I seed'nigh onto fifty'3iosses and mules hitched unto his fence. It wur Siccly's weddin, 'She married. the sukit rider; the same 'fellec gin out When he. met me makin sotta. Now.ole.Burns had a big white l-ail with em, fast unto the bridil'rane. Now I'll jist give you leave tu kiss :sister Sail ef ever sich a site wur seed, ur sich nises hcarn as war in that lane. A monstrous cloud ove dust, a harrycane hed cum along, an hid the bosses an way above hit 'you cud sea the bosses' tales and eends of fence rales flying about, .and now and then a par oyc bright would' flash in the sun like two sparks ove.fire, an way a hed war a baskit cirkling rouu an, about at random. A heep ove cryin, some snickerin, the bellerin of the bull, elatterin of runnin and a mon- strous rushin sound made up the' noise. I swarole Burns kin beat :eny man-on yearth From tho Boston Journal. Adayattiic Astor House Farm. ;0ne .of the institutions of Sew York is the Astor House farm, located in Union, N. J., about seven miles from this city. It is own- ed by Mr. Develin, thq sbntin-law of Gen. Stetson, who generously fitted up his farm for the .exclusive use of, the Astor House, con- ducted by his father-in-law, convinced that it would pay him well and the result has more than realized his expectations- In passing on to the farm we traversed the marshes, containing thirty thousand acres of land, now a mere swamp. A patch here and th.'a ring.in his ani 't bridle .fitin bees- with a baskit, i Jist set him astrad- there under cultivation indicate .what this WhimiloA Mni.ro'. 'ku'vo tliU Uuuao lluiiy. t'c'f nil pnint.siu NurtlnM-n.'NortU-wostovn, Soiithurii. mid Soutli-oiiatiTu Illm'k llivor t'lilt-', Angimt 14, 1850. vl-nt P. T Wholesale ami retail dealer in Boots, An. assortment- of work always on hand, or nuulii to order at shtrt notice. Front street, Crone, Win. MOUlUs'i AllllOWSMlTH, Wholo.'aK- Dealers in (Iroeorios and I'rovisions, alHo I'oreiKii and Domu.Hie Liquors and Sugars, Front I.a Crimso, Win. J. O. NAY, N. Moniiiw, M. A MOUSE AWO SWBN Grainer and' Glazier( Bluek Uivor -.J Wisconsin.' Hotel, Crosses, 0. P.- SYJCES; rplU'l a'ubscriiior most rospoctfully gives notico L1 tlmt ho hns oponocl tho ubovo Lnvgo lind.tom- inoilious Holol, situiilod .on .tltp poi-noi- of en clog-wood forks and ciapboards, and kiv- ercd with, old carpetj >.qpe girth. arid stirrap leathej-s lor tKefoot, ed him, had, jist.got bacWroiu wur. in to.'the tu pick grasq. I wur slurgin round, too, outside the liouse, me in thoy.sot to.qat..K Socknpsed round tjll he-fpund.a big basket.which, h.ilt sum Chat- tered kprn, an he p.ut in his.hed.tu git it.. ;1 slipped..up.and handill oycr..his PEARL ST. HOUSE, COU. I'KAKI, AND SKCOXD STREETS, II ASSK'rT, I'ropirictors CROSSK, WIS. v2n7tr AMBRIQAN HOUSE, ,11 I 1. A If H K K, W I S Vf.v STEARNS STILES, Proprietors. __ __ _ MIM.INEU. TUB TlMKS.'....... Stages leave this Hotel daily for'all parts of tho La'cVosaoj July 0, SUlTsCUIBK TOTVTHB STATE :'J U'opnljliean imbliah.odiit 3IKS. rihui, sti-cot, next t full.-. Win. tlio oflieo, T K H V A I, E. Ciiiiitul of thoStiue. It is the aim otits publishers wluit its niinio Stuto-jjapor osneeinHy dovotod to tho rociuircmqtits osts of tho State, itnd (it tlib'aimio time n luiblitnl uhtonioloi- tho day. lip. politics .it ouon undu-tpliqlti it does not attempt to Wt is- strongly devoted to tho principles of you a cow brute Thcy's the dnrndest fools ove all beasts, (niters, s.Qptin the fur when thpy gcts.mtar tribulation they knos nothing but to shut...ther eyes, belter and. .back and keep'backin.T old Sock 'found himself'm'darkhos's, ho raised his hed and made won 'lunge' :agin house that ,shuck theidaubin out, 'then-he' fotchod a' :bei- ihdut a bin and' then sot inter: an oncommori sistim? of back-in; -A -big' craw fish .wur agin: won iTho thing arid then .ariuther, i among :whicK .wus the bee bench; and 'a .--duzen bees. 'Xhis.kno'cUm dow-n alii tho beeS. fitin the whole ar --war'full of env'vo'ady to pitch inter >ehy.thing what morels .The'house.sot': oriter-sloped --.'groan 'an theiya-rd doorUvav it, so" Sock ses up all oyerthe coun-; try, and ye cudent go a mile eny- course and; not find buckils. stirrops, or sumthin belong-- tag. to a ridin hoss. --Now- about .that; house thai- war a good time ginnerally. -Fellers an gals leped out dore'in 'b'nnches; 'they; clam the chim- ney, they hid 'under the house, to the they .rolled in- the wheat field, lay down m the.crick, an sum tuck it out in runnin toii-pis home. squatted in 'iiio spi-ing'up'toher'ears, an wh'ilc she wur drowrifh 'the' mess of' bees .under her coats, I went to Kef, 1, You've got anuthcr se.n- the bom- i, would 'become under the hand of till- the corn of the also? fe-toi-be placed an incubator, of the newest model, where; by the means 'of chickens are cheated into: life out, they -are clapped into- called the. mother, where for the second they are awfuIly-deceiwd-'-witb. the idea that they are under the motherly care of old hen. Six hundred eggs can .Be hatched one time, and the total of chickens that' Trill probably see life under this novel metlKxii is not far from per yca'r. The' turkey yard conies 300 turkeys per year come for'tn'. 'And' ffien ari'immense acres' watered-by running brook, em ivoeUly, In' addition' to tlio current news, rimmtUy of valuablo Utemry lund -uiisoc 'd .largo elVitnob'iin Fire and Marine iSiVdljon Pii'iiy.' Suitis in adviiiiec. rookl-y State iViulvanee; to cCubs of.fpur ar.d under 3ix dollars pc Tho Tri.-JV' to-eiubsof nqvu two copy.; ;-'l'liu. eekly pev unnuui ten two or Iliuvu unu V-'-'t, aunraiiwiill the matter ot {Uo Daily. The -Wisconsin AVeoMy htn.b cd every'llciwdnyiHt one t Jlmrn nJ is pullish- mty ooiita'por e-U'nobpald in advtiueo Uireo rate of one oye.rbws arid lodgcdi onte.-his tail- 'till hitiwar asithiclc as.-a'iwngia- tung, up. an at lookiii sorter .like -a 'dc'd iThey. alt their '.mites, fcol .gooil 'ar. the .clurncdi times yo ever heraii tell on, .wos.tluir.-iiiinI-tKarabouts; :Hc cum hain't ye Sut, .inable ipsec, they're.jist burning me up.! fin .broken doses .She shot fire'at me outen'her ize, and. I thot! Clapshaw; crawled in ,a ehaff p'ilein'the tuck jt.out.in.sigh: in ail groanin. Thar warnt an oman or gal atithat.ar weddinibut .whatthar .stockins an frocks were; toojtite fur two, or three Bees am ,wus on than men: folks, eny hey n farer chance at Q'vp .all .the durned, weddins thftt.hasrhappened since. Adam) married that ,oleigal.wlioi was_so fohd.ovo- talkin tb ,snaix an eaten apples, down till now, that wuii of Sicily Burns an Parson-CIapshaw's was the 'brakin skiirel .hurtin :and 'vexashuri of spirit. mind that; ;ot too bad a start. ;i.-ii 'il! You liaint time to fiston how old Burns finished'his lib'w I'cum to do- that lofty spesimen of yoil 'that would redeem it from made like a garden as it is not four miles from the city, wouldaffprda supply of all the vegetables .of.New York. A part of it has been made a.pursery by.Mr- Justin, the plan- ter pf the Central Park, and hjs trees flourish like the '.'green.bay tree "of the. olden time. Np-'.''ljottom" can equal this in -will it- long remain-a Waste. i Once on the farm the cattle attract the at- tention of the visitor. is on'a novel plan and ingeniously.fltted for the pur- its erection. stand be.- forc you all in a row, and the reputed taste of the host of the Astor- is not lessened by the appearance :6f- the cattle. -Tho stables and clean as a These cows .je fed on the sweetest' the best of meal; and -are' gro omed-. daily -as ia horse would be, andf roam in- clover fields -all Theyave fed bn'Cotton itteal. By tho inven- tion of-a gentleman whose'name I do not're- eollect, theTose has been takeiv.from the cot- ton seed arid.the meal makes 'the best food for HnseeS; corn meal, or any-other, -The coltbn' meal-goes to niilk first, then1 to meaV and lastly-to fat. Froin these cows four hundred quarts-of milk per iK-.ve.- whicli ;t geese, in countless one cent per basket; ;and: a good picker can realize obe dollar per day. :AH the luxuries of fine'herbs, cel- -lery, grapes, pears and apples; that :inay-bo heeded for tho of pbtatooa corn, the roots used for food, 'grow-on-th'e farm.-' :IIay in' vast quantities, id fattening ia the stalls, 'meet the At oif'thisfm'odel Majoir En- gineer'; -arid'the coriditmn btthr'Farm indi- cates that lie is iff th'e-ploiired in the Sixteen-men; four horses, ;wO stout :riiiilersV an ovcrsecrloir the poultry. day are carried into flic Astor for the us? o the gticstsV milked at 3 o'- tfee niilk reaches the cb'oi of thc: 'frpirf'th' milk taken' at quarts r daily us -An a novel 'ar ventilators, and. a again. i mil inadninee-U'nobpa n a .Ivlliii" Clubsof teri'or-miiro1 At the outife enine1 boclsted, a.rid !raretl' hit on rhe'h'ost'ralfefcrice'exppilitibn .i i tell -cm coolin vesetables C. Du.u'Ku, v. wniT'iN. W V print I' purpose of doing a general liiuid 1.6 igliV arid er J5f eny body axes I'm .in Fanin, ou my ,way .to Dahloncga, fur somo 011 mo if .they koteh m.e. its an .to. .be. a natc.raj born fool'. 't it, did It family. .1 orter bust my. head. open., agin, a bluff, of would, do. I..wnrnt..a, cussed coward''' chamber', .reee'ives.the meat a welcpmo sighj._ Xex't' .piggery, in shape, with ciiiwla; likoan academy, indicates where the pprk of the An iui- rith that .basko is, an f, war) .all ..-mi xed ..darned. m'iskusly, and not wortK'.a.sortiii by-'rtbouta dollar an a half. '_ he] Here six All dependence thcse'year i annually, ruiscd for the 11 :v 'iv slaughter. Eacti'hog-has'his paiior, his'yard and sleeping apartmeiit tb'himsclf, while b'c- 'irigcorn-feci'and ready for 'the' market. .At- 'tachcd to'theiipiAse are seTOiOacres of.land, clotted witli into which the 'may and''here the'- broods hill 'and' dale, heat, and shade.V A railroaQ' car runs from flic housei where the food is "cpokeJl' t6.th6; je'Hs.'and tha food .is Wiindieo! in'pii'thp' 'and by a simple the hogs are compelled to n, 'a general "overseer under 'Major Pornct, comprise ;the It The sotting down among the staid oUf'farmerS of Jersey, Have dbfte their farming aftbr of-such system W' agriculture-as 'the 'Astbr 'House firm displays, arid with'such tremendous re- of feedihg-'-animals, keeping them warm and not ronly having pxid lightTiarhs, pens ''and .actually coal, so as to be really comfortable'for a'in'an, prodfteed-Kt first ridt- 'culev-thcri'surprise and astonishment, and then imitation. farm is visited by all rpgrsons and when Major hornet time to perfect his the strawberry bed .of'acres of bring out his fruit, set up his hone .mills; and his various houses land-villages in -which the tribes under his charge reside and grow fat, it will be -one'- Of the great attractions to; all who love success- ful farming, system and beauty in arrange- and splendid scenery; and as the ride towards it is one of the best in all this region it-will attract great .and general attention, and the eminent success: of this experiment nVeaiV, I'.rc'sid'bn't 6f'a'.: wild cat in licTier ris'w' Vri' 'hand tierc'; you've been Printer's ......1. CSTcvpr inquiyp thpn .of the ..Editor. ATTORNEY AT LAW A. M. Aoeouehour, TTOuld .-iM Dl IM.KY J. Sl'.U'l.UING i. 1' TKUXON. .1 DAVH. 'V TOWN omCERS. IJiiviiis liiwl oxpo- trv, and'ii'.po.-i, by unruinilting at I vv l, I trustHhemay W iXiy'ravurtin, i PIT 'J L.. fil iliunn- at County '.with itlio.tntoA fto at short ,.v jl k Kivor Tal'.s, Wi COOMBS, i OIIOSSK, wfecessis. STATION EBS AN1> -r F.illn Kpartrt, COWDERY, Commisson Forwarding M IV 11 C Wis. -Hoiilnriillontiori paid to ys l-'ri Timr-lny... at nt will (i-x A. M., t., Imlf I" M., iin-l fn.i BRICK FOU SALE- 1JIAOK. w prepared at. a fair pneOi iVt M falla. "tt1 "jT'c ramodntc Ho has dacil'o; aiid tho iroo'di fast and drivers, JOHN I.OCKIIAKT, CAKDS- MM'KIIAUT, I. i.i.l and Dunliir lit lhc I'.ml vl-nl HAKltK.lt, KSQ., best nrtiolo this isido -o topj Win weekly pnpers the rumo agin. .iiUe hit. the news, for behold..! ..itd? at the appointed time, to give it unto thcc without asking.-'' ss eejj.sarajpy ,o.vc flodgin and" sot 'at th'e eend -tu burst tale tiqnd.on; When thou dost1 Tor his' pi'pcr, ricVeV'agk him, "What'thihkest thou of my 'for it may be'thaf'tho -truth'wbiild offend thce. t fit fh'otf-shouldst astc of an article'upon will probably induce many; other hotel keep- ers to attach a farm to' their palace It costs not far from ten'thousand dollars per -year to'work this farm. The fruits of the iarm, at the lowest estimate, is not less than fifty thousand dollars per year, besides the at- traction that must attend a hotel that- in -the centre of such a city as Kew York can guar- ranty to its guests, such milk, poultry, pork, aiid vegetables.'that grow un- der the eye of the host, and are watched as the lodger or the cash in the safe. BCBLEIOH. ng wait till the food is served before they can help themselves. The swill from the Astor House is. taken, away; before; daylight each .day, so that no ono.is A cart per- fectly tight stands in the yard of tho Astor all receives all. that is placed fellow driven t early morn, all sweet and.plean, and the uli one isitaken out and ,the_ empty onp laft in. its place. This .swill is .taken to the farm, and in 'an immense vat is, -.cooked for._0ie swine. In the all the fut and grease that..rises is: .taken ;pffi Gen, Stetson -has .kept; Astor twenty-one years- next .July. i'he swill. from' boon' sold and year. The a weapon, and a" in'tu'thcr.'an.a'kickfejike..sho-w'ur ridin a: 'Tateirsv SM ihe'Hrack and'eS'e'fy ybii'cucl''think of in a week, were thii iit'had -botti thri .-Old-i Sock: kept-' a and ''backed whole bm'an and or iix other bee 'sBvitf steiSS" inter "the ari'd 'thenlie' 'summerset might knock thee isci'tfj; .'ade this disepyory the grease that' rise's from the foo'4 of. the hogs, iniibpendpni 'the'fobjl, is worth, an- s KEEP rer GOOD is not' great ala.mitie.SxUiat. embitter Printers Mistakes. During the Mexican war one of the Eng- lish newspapers' hurriedly announced an im- portant Keiirbf news from Mexico, as fol- and his men had been lost in a' 6nttle Sbiiie other paper informed the public, 'notlong since; that a man in brown surtout was yeste'rday brought before the Police Coiirt oh a charge of having-stolen a small work-bag.' The stol- en property was found in his waist-coat pock- et. A rat (raft) says another paper deccnding the river, came in contact with a steamboat; and so serious was tho. injury to that great exertiona'were U. ait'the'nvixt up.'mess flat on hi.s bak. Aibout the'timy-Ke go'tojito "Ms .man you how; stumpy anii framed he 'is eriy the i n h'b'lit pnVeSpck's.baka'h'iiad the baskit in suno ;he ;tore off donh the Jane [trying tb 6ijfc. run the bees] .so fast that ;olo ;a to so his the-rope :l the.goTvliitikerost..fast til -man or ;pman pojifyj (vexations, thp small.- the li.ttlo, -minor miseries, that.makejthei ,and tho iemper ,let; them... Anger ,5s a pure w'as'tqiof is- always foolish, and always disgraceful, except in some very rare cases, when it.is; kindled ;by. seeing. ;wrbng that noble: rage seldom mends the, matter.' Keep in good Tjhe. company! a- .good humored man is> a.pergetual he -is welcomed ev; Eypsrglisten.at his diffipuUies, vanish; in .his, presence. Frank- litfs, indomitable -good humor-did-as much .forjhis. coun'try .in the'old: Congress as Adam's He clothed wis- dpm-with and softened contentious minds with ttcquiescencei the. pprkery ..A'.man employed'toUake care of. does nothing house anil grounds aro. given to jSfeit we advance _tbe poultry grpbably.the.inpst per'foctiu the land.... The buiiding is foot Ip'ng, and is of Sock; tuck! dorin atweenr ,tho. hitched' hos1- gps on tho raloifenpe, an 'ble Burn's 'a ovor-tho hed- with the baskit tu stop him, 'an .then.fitin tho bees. M'll'jisb cosmopple- hammered of ii'didn-'tiliink; he hail fore or five baskita. I, end: see. .that well, Burns, ..baskit; an bull, scared, every durned hoss and niule liisa.frbm the foncbi gum obsarvin bees, a stoppin :6n caph wuh to help him start fast frum the unquietr arid 'troublesome place. Most on ein- tnok a fence have.a juvenile prodigy atBoon- vllle. "A Tj-eja.bit.pf' a boy..." astonished his days .since. .She had occasion to cha'stiseiWm fiightly fpr, had very quie.tly in "sometimp afterward, .no ,dpub thinkinsv.ory. At last he spoke put "iMuzzer, lo.t you.go.'' "Why, so my I've got tired seein you Anr AVD isdoncskil fully, appears to ibe done with ease; and art when it is once maturOil ;tb -habit; variisho ft-ortt- observation. stp- 'X'he roost" is divided into four apart- ments the roost frames-are sassaTras.Jp keep out verminv, apartments for lay.ipg, set- ing, are in great'perfection. A perfect ystem is adopted each setting hen is re- her nest cleansed each day, and ,t regular intervals she is coinirjelled to take ..n airing. About 2000'eggs per day are rea- dy for the the system of hens lay in the dead of, and Afresh-laid eggs can be had at one. season of the year as well as another. Attached to the hen house are sev- en acres of land, carefully inclosed, where the chickens and their associates have the "liber- ty, of the.yard.'' Each hen with a brood a hoijse in.the field exclusivelj her own, and each: day the house is moved, as that remoy- al and other' vermin; think ;i is a they keep out of it. 30.COO ppuitry are raiseda year. The chick en depM-tment.is under thp charge of tleman, trained in England under Lord Kor thup. and the experience in th An- 'English paper once rRussian General Backinoffkowsky was found dead with a long word (sword) in his mouth. perhaps, tho same paper that, in giving a description of a battle between tho Poles and" Russians, said that the conflict was dreadful, and the enemy was repulsed with great'taugtitr (slaughter.) a gentleman was yesterday broagfct up to answer the charge of having eaten (beaten) a stage driver for demanding than his fare. old country used here. The lofty hall ;ovcr-the.roost; is devoted to the fina feoding.of the table. Each of th 2000 fat capons, that are to bo honored a revolution on tho spit of the Astor House kitchen, have here their final preparation o FBBKCHT is A said Mon- ieur to his friend Sniffln, "my las given me de ".Indeed, how did that "Veil, I tought 1 must go to make bar TOH isit before I leave town; so I step in de tide of de room, and den I behold her bwutifal Miirson stretch out on ton "A lounge, you mean." "Ah, yos, lounge.. And den I make von very polite, You nuean a polite bow." Ah, yes, von.bough. And den I say I was very sivre she, would be rotten, if I did not come to see her beforje You said what I said she would bo rotten, "That's enough you have pat yow in it, to he sure." "No, sare, I put my foot out vt she says she would call her sacre big brother, and keek mo out, but I had infclrieeii to mortified, but: I could not aiok of de TOtd, andinorUfy.andTottenisaUdosanw as yon in my'dictionaire." is not hold that blusters.   

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