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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Cambridge, Ohio The Independent Farmen if pleasant it seems to live on a farm a Here nature s so Dily dressed a Ruth a it he hade of the 01,1 Locust tree As the Sun is lust sinking to rest where till of pie Assiut to Noe in the Field m a i v i w1tch-gras8 is six inches High backs 1 Cor Dan Suu pouring Down on your seems each moment As though one would die Nvvf Ilea saut of sit 5,1 the Cool porch door. It Ori you self reclined lit your ease Nan asleep o or your Beautiful Field of grass a sways to and fro in the Breeze nut not quite so pleasant to Start with your scythe Ere the morning Sun smiles o or the land. # work till your clothes Are completely wet through. And blisters cover your hands. In keeping a Dairy there a surely Delight Aud it Speaks of Contentment and plenty i o see a Large stable Well filled with Choice cows Bay numbering fifteen to Twenty and yet it seems hard when you be worked from t he Dawn till the Sim disappears from your sight. To think of the cows you be yet got to milk before you retire for the night. But the task fairly Over you cheer no once More and joyfully seek your repose to dream of the Cream pots with luxury filled and milk pans in numberless rows but the Sweet dream is broken when Early next Day you re politely requested to churn. And for three weary hours w Ith strength ebbing fast. Lie victim responding by turns of do As Bur no one disputes that the Farmer is blessed with trite Independence Aud labor whose food Don t depend on the whims of Mankind like that of his mercantile neighbor. Tor Bod in his mercy looks Down from above and Pat curly gives him his bread. Provided he works eighteen hours every Dav and devotes Only six to his bed. Al tune la. It the it it Jyh nolo it Cal to urn a i for april. The hand of Fate. It was Twenty minutes past two of clock. The afternoon was cold and dreary and a drizzling Mist had settled upon the City. John trance was in his office on Broad Street running Over a Long list of figures in his Ledger to close up the account of the Days business As lie did not intend to go to the afternoon session of the Stock Exchange but take the half past three train for a fallout of town on very important Aud delicate private business. As he scanned the entries in the Ledger lie repeatedly looked at his watch and at the Large pendulum clock on the Wall exhibiting much nervous irritation and considerable impatience. By his Side on the desk Lay a Check for �50,000, drawn by himself on the fourth National Bank to the order of Crow Sims a co., hankers in William Street and bearing on its face the certificate of the Bank that it was a a Good a for payment on presentation. By the Side of the Check was a list of Bonds and stocks left with Row Sims a co. As collateral Security for the loan which was due that Clay and for paying that loan the Check was drawn. It was Twenty minutes past two and John trance looked at his watch again and then at the clock. His nervousness increased. Heavens where does Charley stay so Long a he exclaimed. Charley was his clerk Book keeper cashier errand boy and general factotum. He had gone out at two of clock to deliver stocks sold Call in those that had been purchased pay and collect Money As is the routine of business in Broad and Wall streets at that hour of every business Day. He should have been Back in fifteen minutes and lie was now gone five minutes Over that time. Punctuality even to a second is the strict Rule Iii that financial Mart Aud whoever misses to a come to time a As he said but once is a grievous sufferer. A Twenty minutes past two a said trance a a within ten minutes this Check must be at crows and Charley not yet Back. I can t leave Tho office or lock it up i la ask Larry to do me a Favory and a just then the door opened and Mortimer Toms a wealthy Bachelor of no business and an intimate Friend trance stepped into the office. A a our re the very Man Toms to me a favor wont you a said trance lie Shook hands with his Friend. A a by John of course anything in the world i can do Only say what it is and its done if mortal Man can do a a this Check must immediately go to Crow Sims a co., Down in William Street you know to take up some collateral. B s on a Call loan due to Day. Charley is out and i can to lock up the office. Just run Down there for me and it i should not be in when you return give the stocks to Charley As i must go out of town by the 3 30 train. I la see you to Morrow. Now will you there a a Good a a of course i will. Fork Over your documents and the thing is Mortimer Toms took the Check and the list of collateral and hurried off. Five minutes later Charley returned to the office. Trance put on his overcoat in great haste started out jumped into a Coupe drove to his Bachelor lodgings changed Bis dress re entered the Coupe with a Valise and reached the depot not a moment too soon to leave on the Harlem Railroad at the appointed hour. W Hen seated Iii a smoking car he seemed satisfied with himself and All the world. About six Miles from station on the Harlem Railroad in Putnam county there is an extensive farm in a High state of cultivation. On the Knoll stood the mansion a Large Stone building massive but Plain in its architecture and indicating that it was one of those old fashioned Manor houses which Are numerous in that Section of the country. It was flanked on either Side by Groves of tall elms and poplars and in front of its colonnaded portico with an easy decline toward the Road was the Lawn through which the Carriage Way led up to the House Quot from the Gatcho go the envy novem Iff Mist overspread Lawn and Trees like a somber veil but in other seasons the Flower Beds sparkled in their Many hues glistened like gems in the Green setting of the Sward and imparted by the contrast of their splendor a brighter Sheen to the foliage of Hie surrounding Groves. Here was the residence of or. James t. Bone a retired new York merchant. For near forty years he had known no other pleasure than giving All his time care and mind to buying and Selling groceries and increasing Bis Fortune. Even now when sixty years had whitened his hair Bent his form and wrinkled his face he would a a run Down to the City to see How business prospered with tile firm which still bore his name and with which he remained connected As special partner. Here mrs. Margaret conc Bis wife who was fifteen years younger than her husband reigned supreme. She was still handsome and what slight inroads upon her Beauty advancing time had made she knew but too Well How to hide by the mysterious arts of the toilet to which no woman of her age and Means is nowadays a stranger. She was proud but no More so than other women in her station of life who know when their i husbands speak there Are millions of wealth to Back up every word they say. Or. Cone was the richest Man in the neighbourhood consequently his wife was i the Leader of society thereabouts and she maintained her position with dignity and even some degree of robust haughtiness though she delighted in the reputation she had justly gained during her residence in the Cit 7, As Well As since or. Cone removed to the country that j she was a True and Liberal of the poor y accumulating Independent wealth. J lie daughter Emma was a Blooming Maiden of Twenty. About two years before she had finished her education at a private institution forgo aug ladies made the trip Over to Europe if company with her parents and had her a coming out party on her return moved Iii society As other Young ladies of her position and expectations do and was Well known at Saratoga at Newport and Long Branch. Sin1 possessed All the characteristics of her Mother and thoroughly realistic in All her ideas she had none of that gushing sentimentality which a boarding a school misses of ton imbibe from trash literature. She knew that her father was a millionaire that a very Large portion of Bis wealth would ultimately be her own that she was what the world Calls accomplished and quite attractive Iii person. Knowing All this she considered herself quite a prize in the matrimonial lottery and none should dare approach her unless on conditions of comparative Equality. It was about five of clock in the evening of the Day when we left John trance speeding away northward on the Harlem Railroad. Mrs. Cone and Emma were Iii the cozy sitting room on the second floor of their mansion. The Mother was Reading the latest edition of Tennyson so a idols of the King a and Emma was reclining in a soft cushioned easy chair busying her nimble fingers with Silken embroidery. Presently she dropped her work in her Lap and sitting Iii meditative posture a few moments she said in a half languid half anxious tone a a a do you really think he will do a a my child a replied mrs. Cone laying Down the Book and assuming an expression of intense earnestness a a you know my opinion. You know that i did not j give my consent until father had made i All necessary inquiries with the most satisfactory result. Although Iii Point of wealth he is not our equal yet his position in society is All that we can desire. And then you know he is not poor lie i has a competency even now to support a i wife in the style required for the Circle in which you move and his business is rapidly improving. Father says be is 1 one of the most successful men in Wall Street and has already made his Mark. To i can t see Why he should not Well a the truth is that As things go i like him Well enough. Ile is Clever and has a distinguished look. When i first saw Bim at Newport and before he was introduced to us i took him for some foreign Nobleman Aud that thought made me look favourably upon him. I was really disappointed on being told that his name was Plain John trance a Stock broker in Wall Street. All the Riff Raff and broken Down merchants turn Stock brokers and the idea that he was one of them wholly disenchanted me. But never mind i guess it will come out All right As you and father think it a a we do think so my child a said the Mother a and i May As Well say to you now that father knows All about him about his personal habits and associations and they Are All Good. He could not be a better Man nor be esteemed higher As a guest in the wealthiest houses if he were Many times As Well off As he is. We have understood that Lily j Crow the Bankers daughter was doing 1 her Best to catch him a a a the Little upstart Imp a came with a Hiss of utter contempt from Emma. A yes and Jennie tart a a she d look Nice with her freckled face and Duggish eyes to stand up with handsome John trance to be made mrs. a a Don t disturb yourself my child she will not but you will be mrs. Trance before Long. He is coming up this evening on the Early train. I have sent the Carriage to the station and lie must soon be Bere. Father will not return from the City until after at this moment the rattling of Carriage wheels was heard coming up to the main Entrance of the mansion the door Bell rang and a few moments later mrs. Cone Emma and her intended husband John trance met in the parlor lie was most cordially received by the ladies As if he were already one of the family and after a Bright greeting he was conducted to a room up stairs by a servant. Having dressed for dinner he rejoined the ladies i in the parlor and presented to them the. Little presents he had brought for the j Kotlier several of the most renowned i novels by fashionable authors and for Emma an exquisitely designed Cluster Diamond ring. Their conversation was exclusively about the coming marriage on what Day the ceremony should take place whither the newly married pair would Betake themselves on their bridal tour and How Long they should remain away. Some discussion ensued whether the Young couple ought to take rooms for a year or so or set up their own establishment at once and Johns preference for the latter was agreed to since he told them he had already made a conditional contract for the Purchase of a mansion a perfect Gem of a dwelling on the Avenue and would give Emma full Liberty to draw on his Bank account in furnishing it to her own taste. Thus time sped seven o clock arrived and dinner was announced. As or. Cone was not expected Home until after that hour he was not waited for and the party re paired to the dining room. During the meal our Friend John was exceedingly vivacious and entertaining telling All the gossip and society anecdotes of the i City and mrs. Conc was More and More 1 delighted with her future son in Law and 3o was Emma with her destined husband. I As a emr. his behaviour now was cold still and formal even to offensiveness. He again blurted out still More gruffly a come or. Trance the Carriage is waiting Quick get your things from up stairs we can to let the horses stand in the cold so a a what does this mean a John was at last Able to stutter Forth and he found his breath almost stilled within him by his heaving heart. A mean a said Peter with an impudent Grin a Why it Means that you Are to leave this House in less than no time sir. Onie get ready we want to shut the door behind Peter took John trance by the Arm who allowed himself passively to be led into the Hall and up the stairs to the room where he had dressed for dinner. I Here Peter threw everything from the i dressing table Hap Lizard into Johns i Valise handed him his overcoat led him Down stairs again and out upon the j portico. J Here John once More recovered his i voice and so Bingly asked a a Peter Tell me what is the cause of All this a Dunno sir a replied the servant with another sneer a a but that a my orders. Make haste and get into the Carriage a i at the same time pushing almost lifting John into the vehicle. The Carriage door was no sooner closed than the Coachman whipped up his horses drove away rapidly and soon came up to the station. As John trance alighted the Coachman handed him Box and a sealed letter bade him Good night following it ii with a Hearty laugh of contempt and was out of sight. There stood John on the platform of the railway station As immovable As a Stone pillar staring listlessly into the night while feverish thoughts ransacked his brain. Was it a dream was it All some frightful vision of a Nightmare was lie crazed and it All the imagination of disturbed reason no it was but too sad reality. He had been rudely ejected from the House where Only an hour before in hoped to be the inmate As a son. All his future blasted and himself insulted even by the denials and Why was there to be no explanation Given him of this startling conduct is there was. He now remembered the letter and the Box he still held Iii his hand. Ile opened the letter and by the solitary lamp of the station he read. It i was in the handwriting of or. Cone Liim self and contained these Brief cold in i explicable words or. Trance will perceive that after what has just i occurred his visits to the House of or. James t. I Cone Are no longer desirable. Mrs. And miss Cone i join in tilts opinion. This letter Only darkened the mystery All the More. Yet there was the Box j perhaps it would give some better exp Plantation. He opened it hastily but i found Only the various presents he had Given to mrs. Cone and to her daughter i even the Diamond ring was there lie had placed on miss Emma Sanger that even j ing. Not a line of writing to give a Clew to the cause of this sudden change j gradually he grew More quiet under the chilling influence of the Damp cold at i Moshere around him. His thoughts i took a More connected shape and he Begall to reason with himself what Best to do. His first impulse was to walk the j distance to tile Cone mansion demand admission and ask for an immediate statement of the cause of his expulsion from the family. He was on the Point j of starting up the Road when it occurred to him that perhaps it would be better to wait till the next Day and then Send his Friend Mortimer Toms to ask for an sex founded stuff about you in the papers. Here a your Check again and just make up a Bill of damages against me my dear fellow and ill stand the whole of that explained it. Crow Sims a co., not receiving their Money the very minute it should have been paid sent the usual notice to the Board to sell out the Stock they held As collateral on account of their defaulting debtor. As trance did a Large business the report of his unexpected failure gave a violent Tumble to All the stocks he dealt in and those which Crow Sims a co. Held sold largely below the amount for which they were pledged. The Bankers thereupon instructed their lawyers to commence proceedings at once to recover the balance still due. Trance was looked for All sorts. And on ascertaining that he had hurriedly left the City rumours of fraudulent bankruptcy started in every direction and one of the lawyers of the Bankers who knew air. Conc and had Beard of the intended marriage of amiss Cone to John trance thought it a shrew d move to ask or. Cone to pay Johns debts with the result we have seen. Mortimer Toms took it upon himself to Sec or. Cone and he swore a thousand oaths that his dear fellow John was the Best and hone test fellow and Cleverest business Man in the town. The pecuniary situation of John trance being shown to be excellent he was informed that nothing was further in the Way of his resuming his old relations with the Cone family. But he did not. Ile had by the experience of that fearful evening obtained a Clear knowledge of Emma a character. As she had evidently so Little love for him and so Little Confidence in him that i she turned him out of doors w without caring to investigate an injurious Rumor he was sure that she would not make him a Good wife with All her wealth. He sought elsewhere was better mated and is now the father of a Happy family. Every sunday Mortimer Toms still a crusty old Bachelor drives with him. A a say old fellow a he often remarks a a it must have been the hand of Fate if it Wasny to for that forgetfulness of mine about your Cheek you a have been tied to that Flint hearted Lump of cold flesh buried in fashionable dry goods and there a be now one Happy contented blessed household less Iii the world. Hang my if it ainu to so a and John i Ranee is very much of the same opinion. As to Emma the affair had made so much noise that her parents removed their residence to Paris and there she gave up most of her wealth to a dissolute fellow7, in Exchange for the empty Bauble of his title of . Mere Ury. Eating and sleeping. J Plantation in Bis behalf. It seemed to i him the Best course and he concluded to j adopt it. A Hen he reached his boarding House i in the City it was Long past Midnight i and All the inmates had retired. He w ent straight to his room and to bed but i his sleep was restless and broken his j mind continually recurring to the strange j and remarkable events of the evening j As he entered the breakfast room in the morning he found himself stared at by All around tile table. No one Friendly i greeting met him As was the custom i and the boarders seemed astonished at his presence. He took his seat but he Felt instinctively that his fellow boarders i were cutting him. At last and before any victuals were placed for him on the table he Rose and taking a chair by the Side of the Landlady inquired of her what this conduct meant. Why or. Trance surely you know it Best yourself a said mrs. Moore a suspicious smile stealing Over her face. A i do not mrs. Moore and what happened to me last night in the country cannot be the cause for this offensive behaviour As it is known Only to myself and five other persons who have not been in the City since a it was exactly these five persons you speak of or. Trance a answered mrs. Moore with a cunning twinkle in her Eye a who were Here last evening in a writer who has Given much advice on sanitary matters through the press is of the opinion that it is a proper thing for people to go to sleep soon after the principal meal of the Day. He says a a All animals always go to sleep if they Are not disturbed after further on lie says a a i his fact i think shows the advisability of going to sleep immediately after dinner. This ignored fact always occurs to my memory when i see old gentlemen nodding Over their wine nature says to them go to bed they will not go to bed but still nature will not allow Lier Law to be broken so sin sends them to sleep sitting in their chairs. People therefore who feel sleepy after dinner ought to Dine late and go to bed when the sleepy feeling comes Over in e cannot approve such opinions. We think that nature has ordained the Day for activity of mind and body and the night for sleeping. We Are Well aware that sleepiness Supervene after an Over full meal for the reason that the person has eaten too much and induced i congested state of the arterial system in the Region of tin brain. This is j specially the Case with those who Are i Given to highly seasoned food and alcoholic drinks. The fact that the writer above quoted sees a old gentlemen nodding Over their wine is not to be taken i As evidencing the propriety of sleeping immediately after a meal. It is the heavy eaters who Are Given to drinking wine and that they Are disposed to nod Over their wine is nothing More than a natural resultant from the effects of a ramming and drinking. The frequent cases of apoplexy reported by the newspapers Are due chiefly to overeating and the after dinner sleepiness alluded to is analogous to an apoplectic attack. It is too Well known that Nightmare is a consequence of indigestion or of an overfed stomach. Many persons with whom we Are acquainted and who revel if the term May be permitted in the Possession of robust health ascribe their vigor of body and clearness of mind to the fact that they eat but two meals a Day taking break Quiring for you most sedulously and who fast from seven to eight of clock in the t / la i i ii ill till f \ lit it a a a a. Told us All about it a what a shouted John. A emr. And mrs. Gone and miss Cone and their servants were Here a i done to know anything of the people you mention a whispered the Landlady a a but i do know that live detectives were Here one after the other All of them wanted you and said you were an absconding a a what a a bankrupt a an absconding bankrupt a exclaimed John completely overwhelmed by this new information. A a Why its in All the papers this morning a said mrs. Moore and handed him Lay on the table j he. A i clock struck eight As or. James t. Cone entered his House. As the servant assisted in relieving him of his great coat the merry voices from the dining room reached his ear. A a it a mrs. Cone miss pm and or. Trance from the City still at dinner a reported the mulatto. A a i in my muttered the old gentleman standing motionless in the Hall looking Down upon the polished Marble tiles. His countenance was More rigid and Stern than usual some heavy oppressive thought seemed to distract his mind. He meditated for a while and then instead of joining the joyous family party at dinner he crossed the Hall in the opposite direction and entered the Library where he Sank into a Large Arm chair with a deep sigh apparently overcome by painful emotions. The mulatto observed it and asked his master whether he yeas ill. A a no Peter but go and ask mrs. A one into the Library. Done to Tell it so that my daughter and and that Man can hear it. Tell her in a whisper that i wish to Sec her Iii the a a yes sir a answered Peter and went to oboe the order. Mrs. Cone at once Rose from the table. Her husband was often in the habit of calling Lier sudden in to private interviews and she was not i at All alarmed at the present request. A excuse me children a she said As she started to go a a i shall return presently and hear the end of Johns but she did not return. In about ten minutes which John and Emma had passed in most agreeable conversation Peter came Back and whispered something to in iss Emma who Rose from Lier seat. A excuse me John a has sent for me but i will be Back she went but did not come Back Bene actress j neither did her Mother. John paced the she looked Down upon dining room to and fro wondering Why i ,., ,. One of i he Jot by her Side. True enough there it was and John read while the paper in his hands trembled As if moved by fitful gusts of a storm failure of a broker suspicious circumstances and rumours of a Deal cation the bankrupt , at the opening of the afternoon Hoard of the Stock Exchange notice was sent by Crow Sims amp co., the hankers that John trance Stock broker at a Broad Street had failed to meet his liabilities and a Large Quantity of Stock was sold out on his account under the morning and their dinner somewhere from three to four of clock in the afternoon. They profess to work with More Freedom from cerebral excitement it any physical trouble and to sleep soundly at night Awakening the next morning with an appetite Sharp and thorough. A gentleman of our acquaintance now a student of Harvard College attributes his recovery from a protracted dyspeptic condition to an Experiment of the two i meal system. In a letter recently received he states that after suffering for years he had Only come now to realize the Comfort of feeling Well. But w Hile i afflicted with his dyspeptic trouble he had tried All sorts of so called remedies 1 without Relief. Ile was induced finally j to try two meals a Day As an Experiment and was surprised to find after a Little time that his stomach improved in tone and his whole Constitution seemed to take on a new condition. We know persons pretty Well advanced in life yet assiduous workers who take their dinner i during the Day an interval for the Pur pose being regularly appropriated from the hours of business they do not think Harlem i of Nai it pins or nodding after that dinner train to the North. It is known tint he left the the old Man did not come to shake hands with him and bid him Welcome. But his wonderment the unfortunates whom she aided As a patroness far removed above them and As for associating on an equal plane with anyone doomed to poverty even the amazement As after the lapse of half an Mere thought of its possibility gave her i hour Peter reappeared saying a emr. A nervous Shock. Trance the Carriage is at the door to she had had two children. A son i take you to the about Twenty five years old at the time John looked at Peter. The Demeanour who had inherited the business habits of of the mulatto was no longer that Subtile father and who with capital add a a a. Vance him by the elder Cone was permanently settled in san Francisco rapid City in great haste Aud Many rumours Are afloat of very questionable transactions in which he is said i to have been lately engaged and by which it is feared several of his confiding friends will lose heavily. It was known that he would soon marry the daughter of a wealthy retired merchant reside Ingin Putnam county. The attorney of messes. Row Sims so co. Found that gentleman fortunate a in in town Early in the evening and asked him whether he would protect the reputation of his future son in Law by paying his debts. He refused flatly and detectives were put at once upon the track of the fugitive. The mystery of the sudden action of the Cone family upon the return Home of or. Cone wits now fully revealed. But a still greater and yet unsolved mystery it remained How Crow Sims a co., could announce him As a bankrupt since he had sent them in time Hie Check to cancel the debt of fifty thousand dollars which was due and How the rumours of a Deal cation originated though his Hasty departure from the City nobody knowing whither he went certainly might As lie thought give color even to this false suspicion. He told mrs. Moore that he was not a bankrupt nor a defaulter had not absconded but would go Down town and set matters right within a few hours i As John came to his office he found it crowded with people inquiring for him loudest among whom was Mortimer Toms in a morose dejected and almost despairing mood. A come right along my dear fellow a said Toms his eyes running Over with tears and taking John by both hands dragged him into the inner office. A see Here John Stop not a word till you changed to stunning hear me now its my own carelessness i that has caused All this confounded Hub j bub. I left you yesterday to go to Crow a Sims for you met a Friend on the Way took a drink took another Aud another forgot All about your Check got in a cab with my Friend went to Delmonico a i missive obsequious Servile familiarity had a glorious time Aud hang me if i with which he always had addressed the thought any More of your matter until recognized future son in Law of the House this morning when i saw this con but return to the work of the office or shop and remain engaged until the usual time for going to their Homes. Whether two meals Are eaten or three one should be moderate in Quantity and Choice in material. Those who Are disposed to bilious or congestive difficulties i should avoid taking carbonaceous food in excess. They should eat freely of Cereal preparations and an abundance of fruit the latter exercises a Cooling and sedative influence upon the blood and conducts to the Relief of nervous Irurita by i it y. People generally should avoid condiments Pepper Mustard and Strong Coffee and Tea Aud especially alcoholic beverages. It is your gentleman of Cor opulent habit who possesses the Apo Plec i tic Diathesis. But nevertheless As the world goes such is the Man who craves i spices Catsup Strong Tea Coffee and j toddy. Such Are the men who fall dead in the Street or die suddenly in their chairs. It is better for such men to exercise in the open air after a meal than to recline on the lounge or in the armchair. We do not believe with the writer whom we have quoted that people who feel sleepy after dinner a bought to lie Down or go straight to bed when tile sleepy feeling comes Over but we do believe that they who Are in the habit of experiencing a feeling of drowsiness so unpleasant after a heavy 1 meal should reorganize their habits and introduce methods of Temperance and order which of course would have particular regard to physiological relations. A science of health. A patience is the key of Content. A a Concord n. A Man tried a Long time to open the first postal card he Ever received. A every Man is bound to tolerate the of which he himself sets the example.�?phocdou8. A the consolidated Virginia mine yielded the unprecedented sum of $2, 800.000 Iii february. A Good word is an easy obligation but not to speak ill requires Only our silence which costs us Tillot son. A a state coach formerly owned by Louis Napoleon and said to have Cost 25.000 francs has been imported for exhibition at the Centennial. Hon. Geo. Bancroft is the oldest Cabinet officer living having been appointed Secretary of the Navy by president Polk March 4, 1845. A a a Why should we celebrate Washington a birthday More than mine a asked a teacher. A a because he never told a lie a shouted a Little boy. During the last year eight women j have been admitted to the ministry in this country and five of them Are settled Over thriving congregations. A it is said there Are 400,000 feathers i upon the Wing of a silk worm Moth and i anyone doubting the truth of the state j ment can sat Isle himself by counting j them. A a Brooklyn girl is filled with Joy because she has achieved her Centennial offer of marriage. Ninety nine victims had been led to the Block but she will j i marry the Centennial Chap. J a a barrel of flour contains fourteen Stone too pounds. A Stone weight in England is fourteen pounds hence. I 14x14 pounds equals too pounds Mak ing it an even weight for that country. A in places where they Are digging for i Sulphur at Steamboat Springs nev., the i ground becomes so hot at the depth of four or five feet that the workmen have to handle the Sulphur with Long handled pitchforks. Recent statistics show that on the i entire Globe there Are 3,704,000 methodists in full membership Aud 23,707 i methodist ministers. The number of methodists in great Britain is 350,000, and preachers 13,000. A thoughtfulness for others Gener Rosity modesty and self respect Are the i qualities which make a real gentleman or lady As distinguished from the j veneered article which commonly goes by that . Huxley. A Peter Blackinton a Wool manufacturer of South Adams recently failed and a few Days after his old employees i serenaded him with a brass band gave i him a Gold headed Cane and one of them made an elaborate and sympathetic speech. A Columbus ga., claims tile position of the Lowell of the South. She is now Riding 35,000 spindles and 1,000 looms besides Many Iron and other Industrial j enterprises. The oily was destroyed in 1865, and All these have been replaced with Southern Money. A a loaf Erish Young californian married a servant girl and after a Day or two deserted her. Three months of dissipation in san Francisco killed him but before his death his Kotlier died leaving to him As her Only heir about $150,000 thus the girl gets a Fortune. A the Centennial managers in Iowa employed two ladies to t Ravel and solicit subscriptions. The ladies collected $3,-467.40, Drew $2,603.68 for salaries and expended in one Way or another $428.0g, leaving a balance of $438.16 to help on the Centennial preparations. It requires three chair to comfortably seat mrs. Batterby the fat woman at the Gibson House and then things looks rather precarious. Just think of seven Hundred and Twenty pounds of Mother i in Law and then remember that airs. Batterby has an unmarried Cincinnati enquirer. Seven chief justices have occupied the Bench of the i United states supreme court John Jay six years John Rutledge a part of a year Oliver Ellsworth five years John Marshall thirty five years Roger b. Taney Twenty eight years Salmon p. Chase ten years and Morri i son ii. Waite appointed in 1874. A a divorce suit now in Progress in a Georgia court is of a Peculiar character. I he local paper says of it the parties have been living together for Over Twenty years and have grown up children. One of the grounds of divorce is that the Man was drunk when the marriage ceremony was performed and they married him to the wrong woman. A the French do not Bury in single Graves like their English Brethren. I hey buy or hire a plot of ground four or five or nine or ten feet Square if they Are Rich there dig one grave deep enough for All the family. Over this they build j a Little House in Stone a Chapel in the sides of which Are written the names of the dead below. A the Grasshopper blossoms sweetly on the Edge of the Minnesota Snowdrift. Re has already got so that he can sit up on his elbows and Lay a half a pint of eggs in one Forenoon. And while lit lays he i looks solemn and thoughtful As if he i Wasny to doing anything and his mind 1 was fixed on the reminiscences of his native graphic. A the shakers of Niskayuna near Albany have a most benevolent Way of doing business. An ice company applied to them for permission to Cut ice from a Lake which is on the Shaker property and offered to pay a Good Price for the privilege. The Quot shakers granted the permission but refused to take any Money for it their principles forbidding the Sale of air water or ice. A a papa did you see those Nice Little guns Down to the store a asked a Little six year old boy. A yes Harry i saw them. But i have so Many children to feed and clothe that i cannot afford to buy you one a replied his father serious Liose Bones occupy the family Boston advertiser. I Acle Dan a Drew was the Only Man who knew the word by which his combination Safe was opened. One morning he was ill and did not get Down to his nce �?z8� Tell it y 8ent to amp it the word. Door was the word the messenger was told but lie worked with it half an hour and the Safe remained closed. He returned to Tim old gentleman. A a what word did you say a a door door a shouted Uncle Dan a. The clerk suddenly remembering that or. Drew was eccentric in some things asked a How do you spell it sir a a such ignorance do a re of the Safe was opened. A at a festival at a reformatory institution recently a gentleman said of the cure of the use of intoxicating drinks a a i overcame the appetite by a recipe Given to me by old or. Hatfield one of those Good old physicians who do not have a percentage from a neighbouring druggist. The prescription is simply an Orange every morning a half hour before breakfast. A take that a said the doctor a and you will neither want liquor nor i have done so regular a and find that liquor has become repulsive. The taste of the Orange is in the saliva of my Tongue and it would be As Well to mix w Ater and Oil As rum with my a last evening a Young lady abruptly turned the Corner and very rudely ran against a boy who was Small and ragged i and freckled. Stopping As soon As she could she turned to him and said a i beg your Pardon. Indeed i am very j the Small ragged and freckled boy looked up in Blank amazement for i an instant then taking off about three 1 fourths of a Cap he bowed very Low smiled until his face became lost Iii the smile and answered a a you can Hev my parking and Welcome miss an Dyer May run agin me and Knock me clean Down i and i wont say a after the i Young lady passed on lie turned to a 1 Comrade and said half apologetically i j a i never had anyone ask my parking and it kind of took me off my lad inn a pol is Herald. A the gentleman from Louisville or. La Rue is entitled to a Patent for a new j method of bringing about an easy and Quick adjournment of the House even in the midst of the most persistent filibustering and filibustering resistance. Yesterday after Many abortive attempts to adjourn had been made about ten minutes after the clock had struck two p. In., he sent one of the pages out and procured a Large piece of middling beef which he proceeded to Broil on the coals in one of the Large projecting fire places of the House. Soon the dinner suggesting doors of that broiling meat began to spread through tile House and Salute the of factories of battling but hungry members and in less than five minutes another motion to i adjourn was made Aud carried like a shot. J4rankfort a Freeman a sponge is propagated by eggs. The creature that is hatched from these eggs floats in the water until it encounters some foreign substance when it at once attaches itself and becomes immovable and at the end of about three years at j gains the size and the characteristics of the Parent Stock. Nearly three Hundred species of sponge have been enumerated Many of these Are known by distinctive names such As feat Lier sponge fan sponge the Lyre the trumpet the distaff the peacocks Tail Neptune a Glove Etc. I be Marine sponges which Are the Only ones of consequence Are found in almost every sea. Their favorite spots however Are the Mediterranean re sea and mexican Gulf they prefer warm and quiet Waters attaching themselves to i bold and rugged rocks. Sponges Are i extremely plentiful Iii the grecian Arch Pielage in these Waters they Are familiarly known a3 sea mushroom sailors Glove Etc. A a hat was a Good idea of or. John ii. \ incent sat the recent great sunday school Congress at Plainfield. Supper was to be provided on five consecutive evenings and. It was too much to ask any one committee of ladies to Bear the whole Burden of Cost and labor. So he put them up to dividing it among the different churches the ladies of each Church taking one evening. This of course brought each set of ladies into wholesome Competition with All the others. There was a delightful strife As to w to should prepare the Best supper and the Brethren enjoyed the sport As Well As the ladies. Nobody could decide which supper was the Best but the delegates liberally sampled All of them living like princes All the time. Never did a lot of Christian orators leave the scene of their labors better satisfied or better fed than these delegates to the Plainfield Congress. This competitive plan is a Good one for similar religious gatherings which last several Days and there is every reason to believe that it will be extensively . V. Sun. Farm and household. A if you buy carpets for durability choose Small figures. A Sand pounds of flour two pounds of sugar one and a Quarter pounds butter four eggs Salt Roll thin Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top and bake on tin sheets. A by cutting a truss of Hay into chaff every Blade of it will be consumed and it will be found that three quarters of a Pound of Cut Hay will go As far As one Pound of uncut Hay in the daily rations of a horse. A to remove starch or rust from flatirons have a piece of yellow beeswax tied Iii a coarse cloth when the Iron is almost hot enough to use but not quite rub it quickly with the beeswax and then w Ith a clean coarse cloth. A bread the bread in Small pieces and moisten with milk or a Little warm water season with Salt Pepper and Nutmeg adding a Little line Sage i or Parsley and a Small piece of butter mix and form into Small cakes or balls roast with beef or Chicken or Fry after meat Iii a Skillet. one egg one cup of w Hite sugar beat to a stiff froth then add one cup of Sweet milk one Teaspoon i id of soda dissolved in the milk butter about the size of a Walnut two and a half cups of flour and two teaspoonfuls of Cream of tartar in the flour then stir All together. Bake in five cakes and spread Jelly in Between. Home made invaluable recipe. Three tablespoonfuls of hops two Tea cupfuls of yeast ten potatoes peeled and boiled in a Large Pipkin of water. The hops to be confined in a thin Muslin bag securely tied a Coffee cupful of White sugar to o Saucer Fuls of flour a proportion of Salt. Put in a Large tin pan to Rise for two or three Days then Transfer to a covered Stone Jar in a cellar refrigerator or any cold place. A Mush quart of milk water will do piece of lard size of an egg tablespoonful of Salt put on the fire when boiling add sufficient Corn meal to make a rather stiff Mush. When this is milk warm add one cup of yeast and sufficient flour to make into dough. Work Well in the morning make up into cakes let Rise about fifteen or Twenty minutes and then bake. A experiments show beyond a shallow of a doubt that the frequent change of seeds will Lead to the Best results. An Exchange of those grown on Barren or Graven land for those gathered from a Lime Stone soil w ill it is claimed have a Good effect. It is Well known to every successful Fanner that the continuous sow ing of the same kind of seed May be one cause of the deterioration of crops whenever experienced. Make a change of seeds get Good seeds and better results will be plainly wrought out. I a fricassee of two or three dozen of the very Small round White onions Sprinkle them with Salt let them remain for half an hour then Roll them upon a cloth to dry them slightly and dredge with flour throw them into a Ste pan in which you have melted two ounces of fresh butter toss them Over a gentle fire for five minutes Drain the fat from them add a pint of Rich milk minced Lemon Peel White Pepper Salt Anil butter. Simmer for ten minutes and serve in the sauce. A the improper manner generally practice of shoeing horses has rendered valueless More horses than perhaps All the other evils to which the animal is subject. The diseases of the feet in horses Are for the most part owing to the Ordinary Mode of shoeing. Too great care therefore cannot be exercised provided one would do Justice to ids horse. When the horse is taken to the shop the owner should be present to see the shoeing done right. What w Ould people do if we had to trim our feet to tit the shoe therefore have the Smith make the shoe to fit the foot. Hot shoes should not be applied to the Hoof As it will make them Brittle. The Frog should not be Cut at All it is the defense to the i sole neither of which should be Tam manure for grass. I buzzes Are As popular and As much worn As Ever. The Low Coil at the Back of the head is still seen but the revived chatelaine braid with and without Fin Ger puffs at the Side is most popular. A Rockland ale., has a Cornet band composed entirely of women. By. Little Harry glanced at the baby in the Cradle with no Loving expression on his face. Finally he said a a Well papa ill Tell you w hat you can do. You can Swap Little Tommy for a a they run in couples there being Iii the present House at Washington two Smiths two Browns two Joneses two Baileys two Phillipss two Reilly two wallaces two Woods two Vances two Townsend two Wilsons two Wells two Hamiltons two Hewitt two Robbins two Bakers two Burchards two a Caldwell two Clarks and two harrises to say nothing of six Williams a Kasson and a Cason an of Neil and a Neal and a White a Whitehouse and a Whiting. A some time ago in a fit of desperation i came under Bonds to a Friend promising to Send him five dollars every time that i subscribed for a Book. I i thought that the statement of this fact might be a Protection against assault but it has not proved so. The last Hook agent that called assured me that he would cheerfully deduct the five dollars j from my subscription for the Sake of having my name on his list and i meekly yielded. I have never seen the Book or heard from the agent \ Clark Iii n. I Quot. Ledger. A mrs. Jane Reynolds went last de Cember to Waverly n. Y., Iii response to a dispatch and there identified the body of a Man who had committed Sui cide As that of her husband. She had the remains buried in the family vault at i new Haven Conn. She has been a1 i most inconsolable Ever since and when j her husband walked into her presence on Friday her shrieks Drew a crowd a which shared in Ber interest in her Hus i bands Story of a pleasure excursion to the Southern part of the state. The re United pair Are now anxious to learn i no crop gets less attention than grass. If manured at All it is Only incidentally with some other crop rarely for itself j alone. Corn wheat and Barley get the i manure and when seeded the Young j Clover takes what is left. After this if i the Field be pastured the droppings of animals left in lumps Over the Field Are All that the lands get till they Are slowed again. This is considered improving the soil and it is. No matter How mismanaged Clover is a Benefit Aud whatever else he May do the Farmer who sows and j grows Clover is making his farm better. What then might not the result be if the same care were taken of the Clover Field As of other crops it does not need cultivating the Long deep reaching roots Mellow and pulverize the soul As Noth ing else can. Of the Clover grows Thrifty hic top acts As a mulch shading the ground and keeping it moist. A crop of two tons or More of Clover whether slowed under or Cut for Hay can hardly fail to leave the soil better than it was before. It should be the Farmers aim to grow the largest possible crops of Clover. A slight dressing of Gypsum Jhk pounds per acre Iii Early Spring often produces wonderful results. But if a Farmer Lias a Little Well rotted manure the scrapings of the barn Yard fall is the time to apply it. Clover is often injured by freezing and thawing Winters and a very Light covering of manure will afford a great Deal of Protection. Rich Earth from the Corners of fences is Well Worth drawing a Short distance on Young Clover provided the ground is hard and firm. If the Field is not to be mowed next season coarse manure can be used. A Prairie Fanner. Perez with a a most excellent ointment for hands that Are scratched burned or sore is thus prepared take three drams of camphor gum three of White beeswax three of sperm Aceti two ounces of Olive Oil put them together in a cup upon the stove where they will melt slowly and form a White ointment in a few minutes. If the hands be affected anoint them on going to bed and put on a pair of gloves. A Lay or two will suffice to heal them. For chapped hands instead of washing the hands with soap employ oat meal and after each washing take a Little dry oat meal and rub Over the hands so As to absorb any moisture. A All kinds of Glass vessels and other utensils May be purified from Long retained smells of every kind in the easiest i and most perfect manner by rinsing them out Well with charcoal powder after the grosser impurities have been scoured off with Sand and Potash. Rubbing the Teeth with Fine charcoal powder Anil then washing out the Mouth will Render the Teeth beautifully White and the breath perfectly Sweet where an offensive i breath has been owing to a scor Butic disposition of the Gums. Putrid water is immediately deprived of its bail smell by charcoal. When meat fish Etc., from intense heat or Long keeping Are i Likely to pass into a state of corruption a simple and easy Mode of keeping them sound and healthful is to put a few pieces of charcoal about the size of an egg into tile pot or Saucepan wherein the fish or flesh is to be boiled. A a Pennsylvania Farmer gives the following As the usual rotation practice in that 8tate we put Lime on a Sod Field turn Down for Corn next year cover with Well rotted stable manure and turn again for Corn then two crops of wheat. The second time we sow w heat we also sow Clover Anil Timothy then mow or pasture one year then we begin and turn to Corn again. To we come round to grass every four or five years. We believe in Clover As the crop to get up the soil. We think the Best Way to get up a thin soil is to mow a Clover Field for Hay then when the second growth is grown about fifteen inches turn cattle or sheep j on to trample Down the Clover. Then put on about seventy five or eighty bushels of Lime per acre in the fall the Fob Low ing Spring turn the Clover and Lime Down and Plant in Corn. Clover with Lime and a Little manure will bring a quite thin soil to a Good Rich soil Iii a few years. The rows of Trees and with a piece of Chalk in hand draw a line at the base of any limb requiring removal at the exact place where the Workman is to set in his saw or knife. With this single object before us we can do better than if constantly compelled to Cut and then look and Cut and look continually. And we can thus Point out to a Man who has the saw the exact spot for cutting much better than to stand by and continue to give verbal directions. The owner Malthus Lay out in half an hour work enough to keep the labourer Busy for half a Lay and he needs no watching for he cannot go wrong. It usually happens that the limbs in a bearing Orchard Are beyond the Ordinary reach of Chalk in band. In this Case we attach the Chalk to a slender pole. We find the Small Chalk cylinders used for blackboard exercises in schools the most convenient in this Case. A round Slen Dor Rod several feet in length is procured the smaller end of which is of the same size As the Cylinder. A strip of pasteboard is wound around one end and secured by a Cord and projects an Inch or two beyond the end of the stick. Iii the pasteboard thus formed tic Chalk is inserted so that the end Only projects. The Marker is now ready for work. As the Chalk wears away in marking the pasteboard tulle is slipped Down a Little and thus ii is ready for marking till All is worn away when another replaces it. This contrivance answers perfectly for All smooth barked Trees and we have found it a great convenience in pruning a Large neglected Pear Orchard. But when the bark is rough and the limbs Large As in Many Apple Orchards common coarse Chalk will be found to answer Best. This May be inserted in a slender forked stick or pole by shaving away a shallow Groove on each Side of the Chalk where it is to fit into the Fork and tying it there. In pruning Trees it is desirable to give them an even symmetrical head and branches not too crowded and evenly distributed Over every part and special care must be taken to avoid the common error of thinning out in the Middle or Interior of the head and leaving the smaller branches a dense mass Over the outside. It is better to thin Iii from the outside where thinning is needed. But where this is not the Case there will be occasionally in nearly All Orchards crooked or crossed limbs that can be profitably of Rural a fairs. Be frugal not mean prudent not Subtle complaisant not Servile Active in business but not its slave. There 1 Are also four other habits w hich Are essentially necessary to the Happy management of temporal concern. These arc punctuality accuracy steadiness and dispatch. Unlimited remedial be sources. People sometimes suppose that or. Pierces family medicines represent the entire extent of his resources for curing disease. Tiff s is an error. Experience proved that while the Golden medical discovery favor4 Ite prescription pleasant purgative pellets compound extract of smart Weed and or. Sages Catarrh remedy would if faithfully used cure a Large variety of chronic complaints there would be Here and there a ease which from its severity or from its complication with other disorders would resist their action. These exceptional eases required a thorough examination into their symptoms to ascertain the exact nature and extent of the disease or diseases under which the patient was Labouring and tile use of specific remedies to meet and overcome the same. Tiffs led to tile establishment of the worlds dispensary at Buffalo x. with its faculty of physicians and surgeons each of w Hom is skilled in the treatment of chronic disorders in general and those belonging to his own special department in particular. To one is assigned diseases of the Throat and lungs to another diseases of the kidneys and urogenital organs to another diseases of the digestive system to another diseases of the nervous system and to another diseases of tile Eye and ear. Thus the highest degree of perfection in Medicine and surgery is attained. The establishment of tiffs institution enables the doctor to meet a Long Felt want in the treatment of the More severe chronic affections. By a careful consideration of Hie symptoms As Given in writing lie successfully treats thousands of cases at their Homes. Others visit the dispensary in person. The amp est resources for the treatment of lingering affections Are thus placed at the disposal of every patient and those on whom the proprietary medicines do not have the desired effect can procure a More thorough and efficient course by a personal application to the proprietor of the worlds dispensary. Wilex writ Ixo to advertisers it please say you him the advertisement in tills palier. A remarkable invention i Wooton Jvn a Patent Cabinet office Secretary. Woof on desk co., designers and manufacture no Indianapolis. Ind. Illustrated descriptive circulars furnished on application. All cheapest books in the world i tue e Ura edged l battered and illustrated. The Complete works Quot of the great authors at prices so remarkably Low that All can afford to buy. Sen postpaid to my address at the following prices each Shakespeare 50 cents Byron an cents Thomson. 2 cents Scott,23 cents Cowper 25 cents Lold Smith 25 cents Wadsworth 25 cents Pope 50cents Milton. "5 cents i lemans 40 cetus Moore 25 cents bums 25 cents Robinson Crusoe. 25 children of the Abbey 25 Thaddeus of Warsaw 25 arabian nights 25. Add two 3-cent Stamps for each Book to prepay postage. These books Are exactly what we represent them to be they Are not abridged condensed or made no in part but each Book is the compute poetical works of the author named. Send for our free catalogues. Hazzard it sox publishers. Monongahela City Penn. Squillard Wagon. J a l l a freight Suring m agony Neckien or a Etc. Not tick lists sent a. Co it to Illard on a Tat on. J Sonta he lid into. Garden Field Flower fresh Ano reliable. Catalogue free. In inc do a avatars 77 state St., Chicago. Pruning bearing Orchards. Garden crops. Unleashed ashes sown broadcast Over onions just started has an excellent effect and is the Best manure that can be applied to this crop. They tire very valuable also for peas beets potatoes and turnips. On Sandy soils leached ashes Are excellent manure for All Garden crops including Corn and potatoes. Hen immune when carefully mixed with plenty of soil May be used with great effect upon the surface for onions As it contains no Weed seeds and hastens growth. Where it is wished to hasten growth very rapidly nothing equals the superphosphate of Lime. This is a commercial fertilizer prepared by treating ground Bones with sulphuric acid g War Den crops which seem backward May be Ulutu Man May prune an a Usu. M hastened by a Small application of this the most valuable Trees with As much fertilizer. Land plaster is variable in its accuracy and skill As it could be done by Trees which Are kept in Good shape while Young will not be Likely to need much pruning when they become older. Rubbing off with the fingers a Small Green supernumerary shoot in time will save the trouble of sawing Oft a Large limb in after years. But it is not often that Orchards receive this perfect management the owner is sometimes absent from Home or pressed with other cares tit the time when the pruning should be performed and needless branches and dense Bushy tops Are the result. As the Trees become still older the time required to Cut away what is not wanted and is detrimental continues to prevent the owner from giving attention to the subject and lie does not like to commit the work to a blundering labourer. We have adopted a practice by which any hired Man May prune an Orchard of to Moxey avoid annoyance and learn j some of the Short cuts or. Travelling and sight seeing read hints for the practical suggestions and information. True Economy for every one expecting to attend the exposition to Quot buy it. Jet it now to Bein mature plans. By mail 50 cents. Circular free. Kimball amp co., Box lt>31. New Orleans. Bryants nurseries 8end for ,n7 Price list. Fruit. Lvi re Hein Forist Trees and Osage. Lei me know what you want. Catalogues free. A. , ju., Princeton 111. Chic a c o guaranteed to do double the work _ of common scrapers. Townships of Raper eau take them on trial. In in Els. A and j Send for manual of Road making Ditcher. Men to sell our goods to i ii it a leks. No peddling i from House to House. So _ my a Motif and travelling expenses paid. Monitor co., Cincinnati Ohio. Veg e table eco and Flower no. Catalogues free. Hovey co., 141 state Street Chicago 111 bitching free. Address Chicago scraper a Ditcher co. Chicago. Wanted eids effects upon the Garden. Applied to vines in a drought it is said to be excellent in reviving growth. Of course the stable and barn Yard manure must be relied upon chiefly for the Garden but if used in the Spring must be Well rotted. A Indiana Farmer. Cd. The Best Horticulturist or by the owner standing by Aud directing every motion. We can to it even better because any i one can Mark out work to greater and j Vantage if he has but one object in View i before his eyes than if his attention is j j constantly distracted. We pass along i by just the first prayer in Congress. The new Centennial picture. Big Money in it agents this year. Send stamp for circulars Mccoy amp Ganson 199s.clark St. Chicago. Percent profit to agents. Por traits ac., drawn by machinery. For full particular address Smith graph mfg co., St Louis. To. Vav in x x opium habit cured at Home. No publicity. Time Short. Terms moderate. 1.000 testimonials. 5th year of unparalleled Success. Door. F. E. Marsh Quincy. Mich

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