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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - November 16, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaQuot our country May it always be rights but right or wrong our vol. 52.carlisle, a. Thursday november 16,1865. Noi 22. Am Rigan Volunteer. Pud bed every thursday morning by John b. Braxton. Terms . dollars if paid within to and two dollars and fifty Conte if not paid a within tho year. These terms will to rigidly and i eid to in Evory instance. No sub scr it Tiosh Dis a do nun of l until All narc pages Are paid Una os3 at option of tho editor. A. A a accompanied by tho Cash and a Olpt ending. One Square will to inserted three to mar Fogt $2.00. And Twenty five cents for each lid Dit Onnel insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. Ivy by my As Hattid Hill footing Bills p incl 1 Blanks a so Bra a Ujj a. Ac., executed with am Razov ted at tho shortest notice. A. A a a a. I a of a of trial. The death of Suan bit by Emily b. Bennett. Thoa i of mild retreating hours a win soft ombraeing8 float around a Whilo pensively maturing Flowers. To n Oward tho silent sombre ground a oxom nature s raise enveloped Lyre a $.6ymplionio shoe toss trembles Low �5�?~4���?~faded Hue its ventures Wear murmurs Como and go. I co Uay tho la3t of summer Days Rcv Oia time Rowau tho season s breathy it so it sympathies displays banners of pro Miao for its death up a Ltd Rao Row Baun will gild a Bier ,. J w e o lies in pageant state a Queen a of nth tho Monarch of the year. Her foot prints guide her burial train. Riot grains of Goldbon scattered o or Tuo parked sur Amor s floor lined Tomb a and fruits delicious which she Boro it n blossoms legacies a a Juno. A a a spread no dark portentous pall a i Hor vanquished loveliness i tut loaves she nourished in their fall it re a so wave Crimson folds her Bior to Dros. F As a Doctol i plaintive breezes sing a Mph Dirge 0-Queen, for you Birds have flown on startled Wing Zero summer Livos As though anew sinking Sun loud marshalling f la those Many coloured Gotas Kindred muses to face to string1 Ric nonpareil of did Ems it a a Ataii mistake. A it a vets a pretty Little Brown House with Cpl amp to pm Glass windows and fancifully carved Torrince. While the Green plumes of the Alian Hus Trees brushed softly against the roof of Trepeu loudly anxious to remind people that \ ukr her was its Goldon Pri Jpe. At least such a was tho impression conveyed by their Unryu ladled murmur to Adrian Morley As he came the Steps and dexterously fitted his night key int the panelled Rosewood door. A Quot Well. Quoth Adrian to himself it is plea amp it to have a Home to Corse to when the Oay weary work is Over v and a Homo like room is what to entered. And mrs. Morely in her delicate Little sew Golnair with Rainbow lived Avalanche of Arlin Woods about lib for was toying it Rich her Needle while her thoughts were far away. A shews a Rosy Brown eyed Little creature Levith full red lips Cheeks round As early.,peaches, and Silky Brown hair waving Over. Ter forehead Iri natural Ripples a wife of a whom a tolerably reasonable Man be proud. But just at was a discontented curve to the Imp Utji Iai Droop in the for it Geti Bye lids that ,.imorely understood too Well. A a prof Cir. Flints the matter of a 4 Ijelu Teir f Noth Frig Only in a tired to death 6riwpenned up Here in the City when a a Bryn Doue knows is off having Quot a season of to Hatfie. Adnan Morely sat Down by the window fatty a a a spirited and began fanning Flint Golf Arif k a cover a of a a Book. Vat had discussed and decided a Jet amp after Long ago Grace a Graor a a eyelid Ottly fell a do Eili pilfer. A a a or Ste i say a hear to a yes. 1, Hoar i .-w.6�l,<then,.ilopay a Little attention lion 11 fellow is speaking to you a Adriana a gun up. Try Gooc temper was Heo Mingia . Vou remember that i told you How Verv in no convenient it would be for me to leave town this season nay almost impassible.?�?T of the. Grangers have k tsp asst Blyn but Granger is not in Buai a Ess i and mrs. la �9 her husband Don to care whether his Qew office is oped or Shufu As Long As he can my n8eif from the Long purse an How can you he so ill-natured.? i Only speaking the truth my dear flit if to stupid Here and All my dress banging useless in the wardrobe at Yuu dross in re As Well As at a Fatah of watering place v in sense Adriana you know what i or Lestly Well. There a nobody in town to cute a handsome Toilette and an Morely sprang ing impatiently to his feet and be up and Down the a you Are not ridiculous enough to a Buch an absurd grievance As this too bad to cramp me up Here when s did not say Ais she thought when atty face and winning manners would Uch a sensation in fashionable circles topped Short Illstead and. Retreated her embroidered pocket handkerchief d of tears. Grace ainu to we very Happy Here in g Little Home v May be but i am miserable Erable of Grace when i should greater happiness than to sit Down your Side night after night and list a Iii 0ur Pano an l look into your Eye Junt ���b��hb0 a a it Niche courting Days. You i think it so monotonous then. Graco ittle wife Are we less dear to each new v Quot wearied to death by this humdrum Nan pouted Grace a and some change and will have nge May not to for the better Grace it it care whether it is or not you it know what vory disastrous or cum stances May ensue from my n elect of business just now a that a just what you men always say. I done to believe there a a word of troth in it Adrian was silent for a moment. Lie stood with contracted brow evidently considering. A i am sorry i Haven to made a Home a Little Moro pleasant to you. Grace / ilme repeated mrs. Morely petulantly. A anything but a Man who is always harping about Home i often wish there Wasny to any such word a would it really add so Mueh to your happiness to spend a month at Saratoga or Newport ?.oh, Adrian a Short it ild enjoy it so Mueh y her eyes were Ftp Ari 15ng nov and the soft color rope to her Cheek. 4 will you take me there Adrian.? a if you insist Tripari Ftp but Ren vember that a dope to at All a Provo of the arrangement a of ill assume amp a the. Responsibility laughed Grace merrily 1 and when shall we go a 4 when Yoy please.11 would be ready by monday. You a re in a great haste to leave Root pleasant Home Graco. I wish i could sum Mon up an equal Fervour of enthusiasm Greco put her. Hand on his shoulder and leaned Down archly into his fact. A what a Darling old fashioned fellow Yak Are Adrian 1 i shall spend this summer in trying to make a modern husband of you do Yupu think the modern article would be preferable f.jjmiled Adriana. Of infinitely now done to talk to me i must make out a list of things to be purchased. Only think. That i m really equipping for a summer at the Springs and she clasped her hands so gleefully that Adrian had not the heart to Damp her Bright anticipations with indefinite misgivings. A # a the prettiest woman at the Springs by All Odds a. A who is be s a mi8. Morely of new York. Nobody Ever Hoard of her before but she Fla lied into society like a meteor. The Young Fellows Are All infatuated about her Aad not without Good reason Grace Morley Scheek flushed with conscious Triumph As she heard those words half spoken half whispered in her stately sweep through the Long Piazza from a Moon Light Dree with the most stylish Youn Cav Alier at the hotel. And she did look very Lovely in her dress of deep Blue Grenad be floating around her a like Azire Billows with a Fleecy White shawl drooping from her shoulders and the showy plume a Jaunty Little Spanish hat hanging to by Ayer the rippled Luxuriance of Brown huh. Yes mrs. Morley was a Belle at last and most completely did she enjoy the intoxicating Atmo phere of flattery and adulation that surrounded Here Ery footstep 1 a Welly Acop what sort of-a-timc4iove-you had?1 Adrian was lounging under tie Gas Light in their room with a half read volume in his Lap looking tho Zofy victim of he polkas ennui. , delightful 1 but Adrian How bored you ook no More so than than i feel i am quite car Tain i wish you would try and enjoy yourself a Little a How a ,. Play billiards smoke do is Dulier gentlemen do. Adrian Morley opened his Book once More Frith a tremulous Ness Yawn As Grace began to unfasten her hat and Brush out the disordered masses of her Luvirt. To him Saratoga was nothing More or less than vanity and vexation of spirit but for graces Sake he was patiently willing to be bored. Done to you think it is almost time to re turn Home Grace a Adrian what an idea hot for two weeks yet. The gayest season is yet to conto a two weeks a sighed poor Ariun. It is a Long time. No time at All said Grace positively a it will soon pass alas 1 had Grace Morley but dreamed of the years of anguish and despair that were to hinge upon those two weeks j Days passed on she Law less and less of her husband. He was no longer Wear ily awaiting the coming of her footsteps from drive or walk no longer learn aug dreamily a against the window of Heball room watching her flying Ingve As she floated by him in Waltz or polka nor did mrs. Morley regret tho gradual change. A j am so glad he has found some Way of amusing himself a he thought. A it was such a nuisance to have him every few minutes asking if a were not ready to go Home she waft returning Froni an eve Ning stroll amp night Oft Tiro subsequently in her prettiest Toilette if Blue silk and Tveite opera cloak Little hand resting lightly on or. Ardent am sarm when 6h� suddenly a topped close to the dense Wahoo shrubbery Taftt halt concealed Rise Brilliant sparkle of lighted win Dows and Doore of a show building just on the outskirts of it to grounds. A. 1 have dropped my Dan or. Aldenham How could i be so carplees.?�?T rest yourself amp moment on this rustic seat mss. Morley said Aldenham Gallant ily a and i will go Back for it in half a min Ute Jafffe. Frank Aldenham Wenc off vowing that mrs. To Rloyd a fan was Worth any degree of trouble by any possibility be bestowed upon it and Grace waiting his return mechanically playing with tho fastening of her Pale Blue Glove. Suddenly to loud discordant tumult of voices struck upon her ear As a party of men issued from a Ligh de door beyond the shrubbery in the Moonlight she could see their flushed faces quite plainly and she involuntarily recoiled further Back into the Shadow although she was aware of being quite invisible. / a hush a Bat a that a said one pausing As a loud fleece shout arose High above tto bedlam of voices within the gambling Bouse for a Uch mrs. Morley knew it to be. Its Only Morley returned another de Dib rarely biting off the end of a Cigar. A i fancy he a pretty Well Over the Bay tonight / a drunk a is he a just that and playing As if there were an evil spirit at Bis Elbow. The thousands Are slipping out of Bis bands like quicksilver to night a a in a very sorry mrs. Morley said or. Aldenham coming to her Side a second afterwards a but i cannot find the fan amp nyx where. I will take a second look for it tomorrow a it it is of no consequence said Grace in a Low strange voice. A please take me Homo or. Aldenham and Frank Aldenham obeyed marvelling much at the sudden change that had Home Over his Beautiful companions spirits. It j7v3pvu.rrv a a a Vav. "7 a by. A a 1 a a a a a her Adieu in the parlor were Brief enough er6 she hurried up stairs with her feverish blood beating like pulses of fire in her veins. She sat Down Siok and trembling under tho White Glare of the gaslight,1 and tried to realize the full horror of her situation. Adrian Morley her husband was a drunkard and a Gambler 1 was it All it dream or was it indeed True that she had waked to this horrible reality of grief and shame Aud Yot live of ? As she bowed her head on her hand with a Low shivering groan a new phantom of remorseful agony Rose solemnly up before the accusing judging but seat of her open conscience. A it has been my fault All my own fault she wailed aloud. A if i had not torn him from the Homo to which he was so tenderly attached if i had not kept him hereto gratify my own individual vanity this would never have been g god the publish meet is greater than i can Bear 1�?Tand she remembered with a sick heart the arguments she had used to win him away for Phi Home the eagerness with which she had resumed All the responsibility of the very words she had spoken in her reckless Folly. A i told him that i was miserable at Home she thought. / miserable 1. If i had known the meaning of the word. But to Morrow i will beg him on my bonding Knees to return once More i will Tell him Low foolish i have been How mad and perhaps we May he Happy in our quiet Hortio once More. Of if i had never left one two three in. As the Little sharply Spenko out the hour Grace started to her feet. A what detains him so what can keep him away from me i will go Quot myself and look Foy him. She Drew tho White opera cloak round her shoulders and hurried with trembling limbs towards the door. But while her touch was in the handle it swung rudely open and a group of men came in bearing something prone and lifeless in their midst. And Graco Orlov while All the blood in her veins seemed Frozen into ice knew that she was looking into her dead husbands face a. Take Caro of the lady she a fainted said a rude voice. Doctor you had better see to her. But she had not fainted. White speechless powerless As she was the blessed Relief of insensibility had been Deu Iod the bereaved wife she saw and heard with agonizing distinctness nil that passed around her. 4 his wife a said the Young surgeon i tingly a i did not know that he was amp married Man. She should have been prepared Lor this. Poor creatures poor brushed Creaturo 1 Lay Down the dead Man Somers and come Herd. He is past help now. Call the women and take away that mob of staring men . Pungent breath of some powerful from tho Patriot amp Union .4 plea for weeds. Restorative. Crossed tier senses Grace fainted in the Young Sargeont a supporting arms a life and consciousness could not uphold their Domain against the great Billows of were sweep the across her a Oul. When she came to her senses the first object on which her eyes rested kind face of tho Young doctor. With a convulsive Effort she strove to Start from ,her.couch., a gently gently said the Young 4 lie still a a Little longer you Are. Hardly Strong enough to Rise yet a Tell Roe a Bhe gasped with Colorio lips Tell me All not yet you will be stronger presently a i know it All she moaned. A he a dead but How a. The surgeon saw that conceal Merit would bad in vain he Bent Over her sofa with a pitying gentleness. 4 your husband had lost everything he possessed at the gambling table and in a fit of despair partially aggravated by the influence of liquor shot himself through the temples. Your friends have been telegraphed for Aud will soon arrive. In tho meantime perfect quiet is what you Mort need it May Avert the symptoms of brain fever that Are Imp end Ink contrary to the dieters expectations Grace neither screamer nor wept but Lay silent and voiceless As amp statue. She takes it easily thought he. A a Ould he have Reen into the depth of her broken crushed heart. A. Few Days afterwards she returned to the Home of Chad been to eager to abandon Only to i Noirin with the bitterest remorse that one Antul mistake had darkened her whole existence with its baneful Shadow i a new Way of doing it a sharper Are prolific in inventions some of which it must to confessed Are very neat. Here or instance is the latest a a Day or two ago a neatly attired gentleman entered a drug store on fifth Street and deposited on tho counter a couple of bundles one of which bore the Appel Range of containing dry goods and the other very palpably a silk hat and proceeded to guided by a pencilled list which he took from Hia pocket. The Bill completed a very pretty toilet a Case attracted his attention and after a admiring it for a moment and asking the Price he remarked it would make a very neat present to hib sister and politely requested permission to show it to his Mother whom lie stated was in the Carriage a few num Quot is above. Of course the obliging clerk consented and tho Youn gent leaving his recent Purchase unpaid for on the counter together with Bis tier parcels stepped out at the door. A reasonable length of time elapsed but be did not return when suspicion being aroused the bundles were examined. One of them contained an old pair of unmentionables the body stuffed with shavings and the legs wrapped Over in artistic style so As to make when enveloped in Brown paper quite a formidable appearance present prices considered. It is needless to say that tho hat package was no better and like the other was Worth at a Liberal estimate about three cents a Lound less than nothing. The proprietor a gutted Down an entry of 820 that night in a Hook marked a profit and 1<>sr. It wan Nnttie or. Side Cincinnati times. Quot of a Teao Hor in a contraband school asked a Young Darkey what a certain letter of the alphabet was. The Darkey looked at it earnestly for a Short time said a i know Dat Well enough by sight but am Bress a if i Ean Tell it a name he was told be could take the Back seat. To love is painful it is True and not love is painful too but a 1 it gives the greatest pain to love Ond not be loved again. T37 the people of the two cities of Pitts and Allegheny Are agitating a proposition to 1 consolidate to have have never heard of a defender of that Down trodden much warred against but Ever alive and prolific class of plants known under tho general although not warranted in so doing by the widespread hostility of Husbandmen and gardeners the whole tribe we have often wondered As nothing is Nide in vain whether weeds even have not Thrif know they Are a pest to tho Thrifty Farmer that their personal is unsightly Gerer ally that their Prosenko is proof of human indolence and , amp of. But is not much of tho prejudice against them due to their Brave conflict with Man for their natural right to extance and it share of tho free Earth Are they not unjust or compelled to Bear the shortcomings of indolent , by being arbitrarily made typical of human in Dolence and was la of �ife�?T8, a did we not Pursie Obe idea so much and were Wiir Battle with the howling a a Wolf at the a fierce perhaps to could see Beauty in weeds and Traco an object in the vigor and persistence with which they adhere to natures unerring Laws. We Are not competent botanically Oroth Serwise to set to amp plausible or even respectable defence for the Raee of weeds nor would we dare to do so in tho face of our Farmer readers but we will be allowed to say a few words in mitigation of the hard lot of some oven if the whole continue to be the Symbol of idleness ugliness and sin. We Are toll that the Apple the peach the Plum and other fruits have been brought out of the wild bitterness and unworthiness by cultivation and fostering care. The Lus Cious and Mammoth strawberries blackberries &e., which the gardens produce exhibit the influence of a proper education. Oats once grew wild and probably others of the cereals. Cotton has been brought to perfection through cultivation tho Tomato was once a horticultural curiosity. The taproot de vegetables carrots parsnips . Amp pm wore once neglected weeds. Tobacco though still a Weed and a very noxious one too has shown what a fair Chance an open Field will do fora Weed. Celery was. Once Only a fragrant on Linberer of the the. Almost ubiquitous potato with its endless varieties and usefulness at one to me was Only a Low and insignificant bulb. The bean was once it wild climbing Plant with no Esculene qualities. Appertaining. And thus we might go on to an Almust indefinite extent fastening a truth Here and making a very random assertion there until we had exceeded the Bounds of a very Short article. Therefore shall say no Noro on this Point but leave our readers to put what facts they know to what we do not know. This brings us to another Point. As Esculene and nutritious vegetables and fruits have been brought by cultivation from their m a , a Thero no tji thera Sojuaco a Tibie of similar development and usefulness ? the world of plants evidently is governed by the same Laws of progression As those ruling the world of humanity and therefore we conclude that the moral and physical worlds Are going steadily Forward to perfection. This would invite us to say despise not the weeds. But the main Point we with to get at we have yet to come to. Each of the various kinds of a a noxious weeds a against which an conflict is waged by every Fps Roper with every imaginable implement., Hao Jug own Peculiar properties distinct from All othere. Each has within itself a Laboratory or manufactory for tic specific production of certain Odoro. Oils juices and solids. One pro Diceo a bitter principle another an acid a third a pungent a fourth a Sweet a fifth a resin and . They do not Home in conflict with each other and there is no Competition. Though All draw to Weir raw material Earth air and water from natures common Etore Horise. They each manufacture a distinct class of fluids and solids. We May take a mass of Earth a volume of air and a measure of water but Combine and manipulate them As we May we cannot produce the Saccharine nor the acrid nor the acid Ulous principle1 nor even can we secure a Trace of the odor or Aroma of the various a a it is therefore Lear by evident that each Plant has an Alembic of its own wherein Are combined and distilled those fluids of which no Trace can be discovered in the material with works. Is it not. Possible nay probable that there is a grand object in All this ?. May it not be that tho combinations of fluids Gums and solids which Are produced in these wonderful Little manufactures and buried with their dead bodies in the Earth Are intended to prepare the soil for the existence or better production of other plants of a higher and More directly useful order May it not he that plants of a higher order absorb and apply the result of the Weed labors being unable of themselves to pro Aiice from the crude and undo Elope al elements the delicate food required by them ? arid further than All this May not the a a noxious weeds draw from the atari Ospha re Many deleterious gases prejudicial to animal life and May they not return to it a life and health giving Aromas and gases. A summer mornings walk in the Fields or Woods when the Dew sparkles on everything and the air is Laden with a thousand fragrances would almost make us believers in spite hostile Husbandman and dry and duty a vans. Likely we will be assured that the thou Sands of distinct and Peculiar doors of weeds and a a useless plants arise and Are dissipated in thin air that the fluids and Serai fluids sink Down and Are lost in the Petrolio regions and that the solids dissolve and return to the Earth Only what they had appropriated therefrom Viz Silex sulphates phosphates Boda oxides. Amp a. This May All be nevertheless we shall continue to believe that a nothing was made in vain and if our theory of the def Elneas of weeds shall fail we must full Back upon another that Petroleum is of vegetable and consequently of Weed origin. 0s Billings being duly sworn deposes As follows that some men had Ruther Dew a smart thing than Tew Dew a Good one. That backsliding is a big thing Ospe shul la on the ice. There in 2 things in this life for we Are never frilly prepared and that in twins. That ignorance is Bliss ignorance of sawing Wood for i stuns. That men will fail Tew be saved simply be Coz they Hainz a got nothing to save. That a Fie mail Wotan Kun to keep a Evoret nor let nobody else keep i. That a Little Laming in a dangerous thing that in tru a it air common. That it in better to ale in a Noble enter prize than Tew us Okeed Iri a mean Wun. From Judd a american a notes and suggestions for november november work is that of preparation for tho Winter fitting Stock and their quarters for the cold see san finishing up tho fattening of those animals destined for the Narket and turning those farm drops which can be disposed Fly into Money of something else which will equally contribute to is the month of frill granaries and of thankful hearts. A Good Providence has vouchsafed to this country All that we need of tho fruits of tho Earth and a great Deal More and though sometimes Iri particular sections we May have had larger harvests yet taking tho value of Gold and Exchange into consideration an j the prices which Are Likely to .rule,.it, is probably that we Havo never had of greater agricultural have poor to care for and Early and generous thoughtfulness for them Jwill provide work for Many and Comfort for Many More who in the proverbial i Providence of poverty might otherwise suffer from the necessities of life lose health and Pluck honesty Honor and perhaps life itself. Let us not forget this among our other november work. Well to roofs of All kinds. Stop holes and give a coat of Coal tar to those from which i the water is not collected for use. Stables May be made very warm by boarding up in the inside mid filling Straw Hay or leaves Between the inner and outer boarding. Whenever it is prevent the sweep of the air under stable floors by banking up Earth against the Silis of the building do so first j painting the Wood work with Gas look to the ditches and channels to carry water away from buildings especially away from the cellar Walls of the House or barns r0 that there May. Be no danger in Case of heavy Rains and melting snows of the cellars getting full of water. very High Price of butter should Load to feeding Oil cake carrots and other roots Corn real bran pumpkins Etc., Shioli judiciously used will increase the yield. Beeves fatten rapidly at this season when the Cool air gives them Sharn appetites. Provide Salt and fresh water abundantly. Give them tho feeds of Grain ground and cooked or soaked with entire regularity. Keep fattening cattle warm and never lot them worry for a meal or for Lack of regular attention. Keep the amount fed of Gram roots Oil Oake. Etc., uniform or increase it very gradually. Occasional changes of feed to give a variety Are desirable. A ,. shelter and. Feed so that there shall be no checking their steady growth. Well so that they May to , and year Richer milk than usual to take advantage of the butter a a Ai rain Falls on the roof of an Ordinary dwelling to Supply water for All Pim Posas of Lac family Rand a great Dearmore so too the roof of amp common barn Tirina water enough for All tho took it can cover and All other purposes what is needed is to have a terns to hold and store it. They should be out of the reach of severe freezing arid conveniently situated. At this season clean out cisterns if the water is Low. Protect from loaves which might enter through the eave spouts and protect the pumps and pipes from freezing. Wlinich is to to stored should he left in the ear and put in narrow open cribs or spread out on a floor in a dry loft. Feed soft Corn of fore cold weather. Sell store of Rcpt for lome Rise if Good prices Are offered. Draining a As Long ground continues open draining May go on. We believe Iri deep draining�?3� to 4 feet in Ordinary cases. Dig for tiles As narrow As possible. It . ,. Pences a straighten up exterior fences and put them in such order that there will to Little to do in. The Spring. Dispense with All inferior fences possible. Before the ground freezes make an inspection to know what fencing stuff it is Best to get out next Winter. great value of fruit this year will Lead to its careful handling. Never Roll barrels of apples always lift them and avoid pouring them from a Baskot into a barrel Etc. A Grain against standing water or floods from higher ground which will Wash the soil away or which will bring on gravel Etc., by a Good system of surface drains. Well drawn plow furrows Are usually sufficient but of spots where much water is Likely to come pile stones or set planks so As to turn it off. All feed Given to fattening a Moga. Add occasionally a few handfuls of charcoal dust. Pork is better fattened rap idly Tolian slowly. Colts coaxing them with sugar never using a harsh word to them yearlings and 2 year Olds that have run free in pastures during the summer will need to to handled and Halter broken for convenience before cold weather outs off the pasturage. All materials into compact heaps with judicious admixtures of muck vegetable matter or soil bearing in mind the principle not to mix Lime or unleashed ashes with solid or liquid animal excrement flesh or anything yielding ammonia in its decomposition except perhaps leather. dry weather which has prevailed during the autumn will make the ground very hard to plow in Many places a but some Fields May be much better slowed now than next Spring. The Benefit of the Frost in Winter the fact that the teams Are in better condition for work and the greater Leisure we have now than Iri Spring should Lead us to do All the blowing possible this the rams run with ewes for March lambs not allowing valuable animals to Bhare their attention among too Many. . Arid House or cover Iti pits be fire Hurt by Rosta. Carrots and beets Are t�uder�8t/. Risks of Grai eaters. Great eaters never live Long. A voracious appetite so far from being a sign of health is a certain indication of disease. Some dyspeptic Are always hungry feel Best when they Are eating but As soon As Tlisov Havo eaten they endure torments so distressing in their nature As to make tho unhappy victim wish for death. The appetite of health is that which inclines moderately to eat when eating time comes and which when satisfied leaves no unpleasant reminders. Multitudes measured their health by the amount they can eat and of any ten persons nine Are gratified at an increase of weight is if Mere Hulk were an Index of health when in Roa Lity any excess of fatness is in proportion decisive proof of existing disease showing that the absorbents of tho system Are too Voak to discharge their duty and the tendency to fatness to obesity increases until existence is a Burden and sudden death olo ses the history. Particular inquiry will almost unvarying by elicit the fact that fat persons however rub Cund and Joil. A ire never Well and yet they Are envied. Zhuo great eaters never live to an old ago and Are never for a single Day without Stoio a a symptoms a some feeling sufficiently Dimagro Tahlo to attract tho minds attention Small eaters those who eat regularly of Plain food usually have no a a spare flesh a Are wiry and enduring and live to an Active old age. Remarks Oblo exemplification of those state ments Are found in the lives of centenarians of a past ago. Galen one of tho most distinguished physicians among tho ancients lived very sparingly after the ago of Twenty eight and died in his Hundred and Fortieth Keti Gorn who never tasted spirits or nine and worked hard All his life reached it Hundred and eighty five years. Jenkins a poor Yorkshire Fisherman who lived on the coarsest diet was one Hundred and sixty nine years old when he died. Old Parr lived to a Hundred and fifty three his diet being milk cheese whey Small Beer and coarse Broad a the favorite diet of Lenry Francisco who lived to one Hundred and forty was Tea bread and butter Nnadi aked apples Ephraim Pratt Stotesbury Massachusetts who died aged one Hundred Aud seventeen lived chiefly on. Milk and even that in Small Quantity his son Miehael by similar moans to to a Hundred and three years old. Fathor cull it methodist Clergyman last your died it the age of a Hundred and five the main diet of his life having been salted Swine a flesh Bacon and bread made of Indian these statements nine general read ton will jump that milk is a a healthy a As Are baked apples and Bacon. These conclusions not. Legitimately follow. The Only inference that can be safely drawn is from tho Only fast running through All a that Plain food and a life of steady labor tend to a great ago. As to a Healthfulness and life Protr acting qualities it inferred for no two of the men lived on the same kind of food All that can rationally and safely be said is either that they so Long in of the Quality of food Ali Erato or that their instinct called for a particular kind of food and tho gratification of that instinct instead of its perversion with a life of sternly labor directly caused Healthfulness and great length of must not expect to live Long by doing any one King which an old Man did and omit All others hut by doing All he did that is work steadily As Well As eat mainly a particular journal of health. How Joses popped the question. Too bashful to Quot pop the question a in tha usual Way major Jones persuades his Sweet heart to put no a stocking which will hold it couple of bushels on tho night that Santa Claus pays his visits receiving Hor Promise to Koep for Over what to gave her. In this tho Gallant and lovelorn major contrives to introduce himself at tho hour of but to will let the major speak for i Renkui fed up till Midnight and when they wore All Gono to Hod i softly wont into tho Hack Gate and wont up to tho porch and Filar Santro snuff was a Groat big Nica bag hanging to the Rico. It was monstrous a Handy to get to it hut i was determined not to Back out. Foo t set Soto chairs on tho top of the Bench and got hold of tho rope and let myself Down in the bag but just As i was getting in the hag swung age inst tho chairs and Down they went with a terrible Racket. But nobody it due to Wako up Bat miss Stalli Ness grate big dog and Hora lie cum and to ring through tho Yard Liko Rath and round and round he Wert trying to find out what was tho matter. I Sot Down in the bag and did no to Bro Atho louder than a Kitten for fear head find to out. The wind began to blow a Boin Nablo cold and tho old bag kept turning around swinging so As to Mako melt a Siok us the mischief. I was afraid to Movo for fear tho Ropo would break and let me fall and thar i Sot with my Teeth Rentt line Ideo i had the a teemed it would never come Daylight and a do believe if i did no Riovo miss Mary so powerful i would Havo Frodo to for my heart was the Only spot that Felt warm and it Didus to an minit Only when i thought How she would to Surprise in tho dior Niue and thou it wept on a Canter. Bimby the cussed old dog Caine on the Pooh. Began to smell about the bag and thou he barked Liko lie thought head treed something. Quot Bow wow wow a sob he. A begone you abominable fool a see i. And i Felt All Over in one. Spot for i a specie a a d nip to and what is worse i did no to know whereabouts he d take hold. A Bow. Wow wow 1�?� then i tried coaxing. A a com hero Good Feller a see i and i whistled a Little to him but it use. There stood and kept up his eternal winning and Barking All the night. I toll when Daylight was break Ion Only by tho Ohi Okons prov ring and 1 was monstrous glad to hear Mem for if id Hail to to stay one Hothir More i done to believe id Ever got out of that bag alive.�?�. A ,. A. They got him in the morning covered with meal and almost Frozen. But. Miss Myrv does not refuse his present. And he nays Quot i Tell you what it was Wirth hanging in a bag from one Christmas to another to feel As Happy As i Havo Ever o a Little boy running along stubbed his toe and fell on the pavement. A a never mind my Little fellow a snid a bystander a a you wont feel the pain a a then a answered the Little boy a a i wont cry a by a a now children a asked a school inspector Quot who loves All men a a Little girl not four years old and evidently not posted in the Oate Chism answered quickly 11 All Women.�?� it there is a Dandy in Chongo who is so Nico that to greases his boots with the Oil of Bergamot lie is first Cousin to the youth who sleeps on a bed made of sponge cake. 1c7�?� Beautiful is the love and Sweet the kiss of a sister. But if you got it sister Handy just try Soma Othar Fouert a sister. The Little of tears a there was once a Mother and a child and the Mother loved this her Only child with her whole heart add thought slip could not live without it but the almighty sent a great sickness among children which seized this Little one who ,bed even to death. Three Days and three nights the Mother watched and opt and played by tho Sido of her child but it died. Tho Mother now left alone in the wide world gave Way to the most violent and grief she ate nothing and drank nothing and wept wept wept three Long Days and three lung nights without ceasing calling constantly upon her child. The third night As Shoal la a sat overcome with offering in the place whore her child had died her eyes bathed in tears and faint from grief the door softly opened and the Mother started for before her stood Hor departed child. It had become a Angel and smiled sweetly As into once and was Beautiful Liko the blessed. It had in its hand a Small cup that was almost running Over so full was it. And the child spoke a a a a Dearest Mother Woop n it More for to the Angel of mourning has collected in this Little cup the tears which you have shed for me. If for to you shed but one tear More it will overflow and i shall have no More rest in the grave and no Joy in heaven. Therefore 0, Dearest Mother weep no More for your child for it is Well and Happy and Angels Are its it then vanished. Tho Mother shed no More tears that she might not disturb her child a Joy in heaven. An effective the revolutionary War Gen. In Fayette being in bal Voimore was invited to a Ball lie was requested to dance but instead of joining in to amusement As might have been expected of a Frenchman of Twenty two to addressed the ladies thus Quot ladies you Are very handsome you dance very prettily your Ball is Fine but my soldiers have no shirts 1�?� this was irresistible. The Ball messed the ladies went Home and went to work Ami the next any a Largo number of shirts were prepared by the fairest hands of Baltimore Tor the Gallant defenders of their country. Western Papor gives the following notice. All notices of marriage if no Bride Zake is cent will be set up in Small Type and poked in some outlandish Corner of tho where a handsome cake is sent it will he put in Large letters when gloves or other Bride favors Are a dded pie of of illustrative poetry will to Given in addition. When however the editor it tones the ceremony in prop Ria Persona and kisses the Bride it will have Especial notice very Large Type and Tito most appropriate poetry that can be begged borrowed stolen or us inc from the Bruin editorial. A Bracete stahherer8.�?stephen o to o Jovial soul and hesitated not to Platy a trick of any his acquaintance was a Young lady and a voting Man both of whom stammered very badly. They were not Aeq United with each other. Bob Young Man alluded to was quite sensitive and to think that any one was making fun of his defeat made him frequently Fly into a of scion. It was Stephens Fortune to of them Ata party and to soon determined on a joke. �?�1 a my is sue a snid lie approaching his lady Friend it Avo tho pleasure of introducing you to one of my acquaintances a worthy Young Gen Tiloi Viau a. A ger Cerce r to inv sir away he started for Bob Bob old fellow Horo is a Nice girl i want to introduce a you to. Come a does oho Taw Taw Tulk a a yes Liko blazes.�?T. So Olf they started Anil soon Eppro Nabed tho seat-of.,tho lady. Stophen introduced them and immediately drow to one Side that he might see How they would manage path other when his ears were greeted with the following conversation a a Ilow Are you enjoy Joy Joying yourself the this evening marm a. A tii the to link you pleasantly. But it is in Maui ther warm.�?T. Bobs brow contracted but to restrained his feelings and continued i pro nor you Are acquainted with most of those or per present a1 Yeye yes a is sir with All i Bobo Ltd believe a said she smiling., a but that smile mined Hor forever in Bob s estimation for hastily rising to exclaimed a by the the Thunder a a dam if that is the we Way you make of fun of a of Fellows infer for Finni ties you May go to Stephen laughed i moderately fill the time and was subsequently called to account for tho trick but his Good nature drove away All had feelings. A a a wide awake minister who found his congregation going to sleep our to Ruig be Furo Lio commenced alter pro nah ing a few minutes suddenly stopped Aud of claimed a a Brethren this Isnit fair it Isnit giving a Man. A half a Chance. Wait till i get along a piece and then if i Ain t Worth listening to go to sleep but Don t do it be fore i get commenced give n Man a Chance.�?T Gey the Tomb of Daniel Webster has opened and tho remains found in per foot preservation c7 from doctors pills and Western chills. And other ills deliver us. From want of Gold and wives that scold and Mui dons old Aud to sharper sold Doliver us. A. A. From Oti Gish flies ted greenish , and bakery spies and babies a cries a Man that lies Aud Moludy skies and love that Dies Fiok be ties and Gaudy Dies deliver bearded females and Strong minded women that done to Jingle final of lecturers and All other masculine Sho Malos deliver us. A from creaking doors a wife that snores o to funded Hores deliver us. From modest girls with waving curls and Teeth of pearls of i nevermind., ,. From bad a Man unread or a Kinky head of 1 a a Good un.�?some one was telling Jiin about the longevity of a yes a said Jim a i know All about that for Onoe i found a Vono Pablp old fellow in a Meadow who was so old that he could scarcely wiggle his Tail and on his Back was a arved tolerably Pinin considering All things these words a Paradise year i Eye a aunt Label a a a Beatrix will Yon have some bread and butter a. Beatrix Quot Nola a aunt Label Quot is that the Way to answer no what a. A Beatrix a a no bread and butter a say a Mother admonishing her son a old him he should Novor defer till to Morrow that he would do to Day. The Little fellow replied a then Mother lots oat the Romander of the Plum padding to night by Quot some stupid editor says a if a fee of fifty cents Wero charged to see tho sup Rise wins tenths of the world would be up in 8sj Many of the wealthy citizens of Charleston s. C., have recently had their property restored to them by tho government. grrr astr a

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