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Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal Newspaper Archives Apr 28 1854, Page 1

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - April 28, 1854, Biddeford, MaineB1ddef0rd, Friday april 28, 1854, Louis 0. Cowan editor and proprietor hints foe the season. The Winter Over a great portion of the country has been very changeable and on the whole what May be called severe upon Trees mud Planta tanked As tender yet up to this time we ure not aware that Ruil buds have suffered seriously but the most try ing periods for these Are Corning. Mistakes Are too often made in uncover my Trees and plants too Early a subjecting them to cold biting winds Ami the blight ing influence of warm Days and cold frosty nights. We advise a slight covering to remain until the weather is soft and genial. Pruning should be completed a noon As possible so As to be out of the Way before trans Plau ing and general Garden work comes along. A sure foundation for a successful Gar editing during the coming season is to to Well prepared to execute every operation promptly in its season. Seizing the first Opportunity for planting and taking Timo to do it Well is a certain Means of Success. Laying turf mending lawns &c., where neglected last fall should be attended to As soon us the list is out of the ground to give the grass the advantage of a vigorous Spring growth that will Pul it out of danger from drouth. Koses flowering shrubs &c., should be piqued and dressed. Many people suppose that Rose Bushes mud shrubs when Well established May be left to themselves and the consequence is they become Bushy and Twiggy the growth is feeble and the Flowers indifferent. They need frequent Prunitis and top Dree it Ings of Good Rich join kit St about their roots to give them Vrgo ious growth luxuriant foliage and a profusion and perfection of Blouin. In pruning both shrubs and roses it should not be forgotten that some produce their blossoms on Young Wood and some on Wood of lust year. In the latter Case n Sutiri Lieut Quantity of flowering Wood must be left cutting out the older . I by the Honey Bee without any teaching upon purely mathematical principles measured Only with her anleunaa.�, and wrought with her jaws and Tongue the water tight nests of the Hornet and Wasp natural paper makers from the beginning of Lime who Are not obliged to use rag or ropes in the formation of their durable paper Combs but have applied to this purpose fibres of Wood a material that the Art of mail has not been Able to manufacture into paper the herculean Labora of ants in throwing up their Hillocks or raining their galleries compared wherewith if the Small aide of the labourer be taken into account the efforts of Man in i proudest monuments his pyramids Aud his catacombs dwindle into insignificance. 00ki0 miseries a Joun n. Sax s. My dear Young Fri twi whose a lining wit sets sir the mom ablaze do a t think yourself a 44 Happy dog Quot for All your merry ways but learn in Wear a sober Phil be stupid if you can. Its such a very serious thing to be a Hinny Man you re at an evening party with a group of pleasant you venture quietly to crack tha least of Little joke a a lady Doe n t catch the Point and legs you to exp Hunt alas for one who drops a jest and takes it up again you re talking deep philosophy with very special Force to it Edify a Clergyman with suitable discourse you Kibiuk you a gut him when lie Calls a Friend across the Way a begs you ii say that funny thing you said ibo other Day you drop a pretty jul a a Mot into a neighbor a ears who likes to give you credit for the Clever thing he hear and so he Hawk Vona Jast about the old authentic one just breaking Olf the Point of it. And leaving out the Puu by sudden change a politic or sadder change in Folly you lose your love or loaves and fall a prey to melancholy wide everybody marvels Why four a Iirth is under Bun a they think your vary grief 44 a joke a you a re such a fun buy Man you follow up a stylish card that bids you come and Dine Aud bang along your freshest wit to pay Lor Musty wine you re looking very dismal a Blu my lady bounces in and wonders what you re thinking of and Why you do at begin f you a re telling to a knot of friends a fancy tale of woe that Cloud your matrimonial sky and banish All repose a a solemn lady Overn ours f or Stor i of your Anfe and tells the town the pleasant news a you quarrel with your Wile my Deur Young intend whose shining wit Seta All Tbs world ablaze do not luuk yourself a 44 Happy dog a for All your merry ways a but learn to Wear a sober Phil be stupid if you can. It s such a very serious thing to be a funny Ina

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