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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 28, 1875, Postville, Iowa
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Down Over Tho sea and reaching away and against Tho East a soft Light Falls Silvery soft As Tho Mist of morn and i catch Abr oath like Tho breath of Day. Tho East is blossoming Yob a Roso vast As Tho heavens Boft As Alibi Sweet As Tho presence of woman is Ili sob and Roaches and widows end grows Hight out of the sea As a blossoming Trio Richer and Rio Hor. To higher and higher deeper and Dompor it takes its Hue brighter and brighter it Roaches through Tho Spineo of Hoa Vou and Tho Placo of stars till All in As Rich As a Hobo can to a and my Hobo Loav Jbf a into Guowa of Firo. Alien beams Ronch upward As arms from a sea then lances and arrows Aro aimed at to. Then Lancos and spangles and hears and bars Aro broken and shivered and at own tin Tho sea and around and a out mox wer and Spiro Start from Tho Bil Kuro like tongues of Firo. Vasice 1874. Harper s Magazine. Sulphur sons to Vul Canizo it for which purpose a solution of Chloride or hypo Chloride of Sulphur in Bisel Shuret of Carbon May be employed. In using Bisel Shuret of Carbon 40 parts of Tho same no to to added to one part of Chloride or hypo Chloride of Sulphur prop Rcd As Neutral As possible and the solution is then allowed to remain in Contact with Tho artificial skin of rubber it Gutta pc Cha for a Longor or Shorter time a minute being sufficient for a thin Sheet. This operation must be completed of course before immersing in warm water to remove Tho glue which produces Tho adhesion of Tho hairs. One great advantage of this process consists in the fact that fabrics thus prepared Aro Moth proof and it is suggested that for Many purposes such As the construction of rugs i it etc., they must be Superior to the natural skin. In the Case of heavy skins Tho artificial preparation is much lighter Mere pliable and better in every respect. Several of those artificial skin May be combined so As to form our or they May be modified in any manner desirable. When properly made Tho preparation is entirely Freo from any smell and especially the animal odor which is so offensive in Many furs. Farm and household. Tite Gardener s Magazine says that the cheapest quickest and most effective Way of ridding ground of wire Worms is to Plant it thickly in Small potatoes leave them in the ground a week dig them up and feed them Worms and All to Tho hogs. The worm loves Tho potato and very few of them lifted with Tho tubers Evor get Back to Mother Earth. Up sheep Aro addicted to the vice of jumping take a Board two feet Long Iive or six inches wide and one Inch thick and fasten it to Tho sheep s neck so that it will Como Flat against Tho Knees. When Tho sheep attempt to jump the Board prevents a foothold on the Fence and throws them Back. A few trials satisfies them. Tho worst jumpers can to cured in this Way. Lost year i had nine which Wero such bad jumpers Thot no Fence could Stop them. I fixed them in Tho Way above described and had no further trouble. At Tho Bame time Tho Board will prevent much running about and cause them to fatten bettor by remaining More quiet. A in ado an Experiment. To took a sheep that weighed about 100 pounds put it in a pen and after it had become wanted weighed All its food and found that three pounds per Day of fodder and Grain was All to could make the sheep eat. Tho Farmer had verified a Rule Well known to the Book Farmers and arrived at by Many and careful experiments that about three pounds of Good food per Day for each 100-weight of live Stock is a fattening allowance. For illustration a sheep weighing 100 pounds requires three pounds of food per Day and a steer weighing 1,000 needs thirty pounds. Those rules Are approximately Correct being varied somewhat by Quality of Ioco and Toek. Tho Farmer knowing Tho weigh of his feed and that of his Stock by at plying these rules can guess closely to to whether to has food enough for his Stock. Tronti deut of or. Joseph Tussaud communicates to Tho new York Tribune an original and effective plan devised by him for the preservation of furs. The Atto Tiou of or. Tussaud was first called to the subject by his desire to Transfer the hairs of fur bearing or other animals to Wax Fig Rob without including the skin in which they grow. After numerous experiments to succeeded in accomplishing this and developing a new Industry. The great object which he aimed to secure was the removal of the hair or fur from the natural to an artificial skin obtaining by this Means a More perfect degree of preservation for any purpose whatever while retaining the hairs in their original and natural relationship. For this purpose the piece of fur to to treated May be soaked in Lime water or other suitable liquid As practice by tanners for the purpose of loosening the adhesion of the hair. It is then to be washed in water and Hung up for a time to dry off the excess of moisture. It is then Laid on a Board with the hair Side up and a solution of glue applied by Means of a Brush Tok my care not to disturb the natural Posi Tion and relation of the hairs. Tho size or glue is then allowed to Harden when it will hold the fibres very firmly. The natural skin May then be pulled entirely off from the hairs leaving their ends exposed which May then be washed by some substance to free them entirely from adherent of to Tho Edgo of Tho Woods Anil reported what had happened to some members of his staff who were looking for him who wont in and after a Brief skirmish bore his body out and took it to Tho rear of h e ambulance. Tho to Vignol Glass which was taken from the general web that evening found on Tho body of a. Dead rebel with n Bullet Hole through the strap and is now in Tho Possession of col. Howard to whom it belonged. My watch which was crushed in my Contact with Tho tree was stopped at two minutes past 2 o clock hours truly we. H. Sireni a Lato signal officer of fifth army corps. Green Casimi ind., july 8. Well or. said proudly to a travelling soot As they stood by the Falls of Niagara is it not wonderful ? in your country you never saw anything like " like that said the Soof there s a far Mair wonder fun concern no Twa Milos Fra whar i was indeed exclaimed Jonathan with an an air of supercilious sep Taoism " and Pray what kind of a concern May it to " weel Man it s a Peacock with a wooden Tho Cost of the Tillou Beecher trial $140,000. Irom Trio Dion Usu Argun. Considering the time occupied by the Tilton Bee her litigation it has been Tho most expensive trial of record. County treasurer Gardiner has met Tho demands of the jury men this work. They Havo each Roco ived Tho magnificent Sura of $52-their pay for Twenty six Days of confinement and hard work. The jurors still have Hope of Reeo iving Oxtra compensation. It is known that judge Soilson believes Thoy Aro entitled to More pay and his Honor will do All to consistently can to secure for Tho twelve special recognition by the Board of supervisors. It is no easy matter to Calo Ulato Tho Cost of the trial of the cause of Tilton against Beecher. It is not definitely known to any newspaper Man what foes counsel receive. The trial has Cost Tho county of Kings at least $40,000. The jurors have Reo Vivod $3,000. The total jury expense including panels of 1,500 men amounts to $5,194. Tho county treasurer has paid out $20,154 As the county s share of the expenses of Tho Tilton Booher trial. This does not include the pay of the detailed policemen which will foot up a Large sum neither does it embrace the Bill of or. Parker for feeding Tho jury. Or. Beecher s trial expenses can hardly to less than $70,000. Or. Til Ion is out of pocket some $15,000, which amount he will easily earn As soon As Tho lecture season begins a told 140,000 Iep. Moderate estimate of the Cost of the great suit. Ibon tubes for Tho transmission of brine Between the Salt Wells of Sanforth and kind s Salt look Aud Canton Book on Lurio a distance of five Miles has been successfully Laid and Are in operation of Jedienne is not truly performed by the body of him Whoso heart is dissatisfied. M he Shell without u Kernel is not in Tutor store. Saadi
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