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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 11, 1878, South Haven, Michigan4 South Haven Sentinel. A seism off Trisy. South Haven. Michigan it Kes by 80gge8ti0h. He a a eur a a eve i Boit Miracle of or la my or a Cut a tit a in Tom we or a my. Tears Ico i amp american doctor named Perkins invented what came to be caused the metallic Core for nervous Diee aaes. Takin a patient with neuralgia paint in the head for instance be would apply various kinds of Metal disks one after the other to the patient11 forehead. After four trials at the most he would hit upon the a a right Metal for that person,11 and sure enough the neuralgia pains ceased As soon As the Metal was applied. Neither or. Perkins nor anybody else undertook to explain How the cures were effected and yet no one denied that these metals exerted a potent influence upon the nervous system. Having ascertained the particular kind of Metal required by the patient or. Perkins1 method was to take rods composed of that Metal and bind them to the parts affected instructing the patient to Wear them Day and night. Later this plan was improved upon and in place of the metallic reds which were called the a a Perkins tractors a thin metallic bands were made intended to encircle the Arma Lega or even the head of the Patie Bho whichever member we a Moffe Anfir. The Fame of these u Parkins tractors a shame which extended to the metallic bands went abroad and the metallic cures created quite a juror especially in England. At length it discovered that aft enterprising englishman who was making a specially of the metallic treatment was imitating the expensive Gold Silver Copper Nickel and what not rings with Tings of Wood painted or gilded so As to p for the genuine metallic article. As soon As this deception was found out the metallic cure lost caste and at the same time those who had become con fused in trying to solve the mystery became worse confounded. Practitioners in this the thing entirely but England and France the Fame of a Metal cure continued to spread a Tot withstanding the fraud that had Leen discovered and fastened a Pon the ingenious englishman. In fact the Metal cure has now become that it promises to re Cross the Atlantic. Or. William a. Hammond the distinguished professor of diseases of the mind and nervous system has been the first to prepare for its reception in its native land and by a series of very interesting experiments lately made and still making Hamas come very near to explaining the secret of the Metal cure. A a i am now engaged in preparing a paper on the subject a said or. Hammond to the writer a a and it will probably be published before Long. It is True there is a Good Deal More about this thing than we can explain but i have investigated it far enough to ascertain that it is not so wonderful and unique As people bad supposed. I have a full set of these metallic plates or disks with the Needles Etc., All done up in i neat Little Case just As they Are pre eared for us by the european y repeated experiments 1 have proved that you Noe then holding on a rubber disk for about a minute or. Hammond took up tiny in huh again. Each time that he brought the Point of it in Contact with Ier skin the girl winced and Drew her and away. It works All right a amp Aid the doctor suppressing a smile a a but now i want to put the plate on the Back of r neck once before i go any further of the effect of my putting this plate on the Back of your neck will be to make the top of your head Burn. Just soon As you feel the burning sensation let me when the plate of hard rubber had been held to her neck about a minute the girl said the top of her Bead was getting hot. The disk was held on about half a minute longer mid when h was removed the girls face was flushed and the tips of her ears were As red As burning coals. A similar Experiment was tried on a Large Strong Middle aged woman who had Home to be treated for paralysis holding a rubber disk to the woman a forehead. Or. Hammond said a a 1 want to see whether you can be cured by the new metallic treatment. I will hold this plate to your forehead and the first sensation you feel you must Tell a a done to you feel and change Quot asked or. Hammond when he had been holding the disk on the woman a forehead about a minute. A a no sir a was the reply. Still another minute the disk was held in the same place without effect a is it possible that you done to feel any change done to you feel any pain a said the doctor. The woman Shook her head. A a done to you feel something Here mid the doctor placing his hand on the left Side of the woman is head. A a no sir a was the reply. Half a minute later she said a now 1 feel a Well what is it pm a a kind of shooting Here a said the woman hand on her head just where or. Hammond had placed his and before an other minute had elapsed the pain was so great that she could not Bear it or. Hammond says that in an Experiment he even deprived a patient of his eyesight and restored it again in the same Way merely by suggestion. Any physician who chooses to practice the urn Al cure he said could just As Wel m his Case with chips or bits of Chalk or leather As to go the expense of fill ing it with the More expensive metallic disks. A a this Power of the mind Over matter As it is called is very curious a he said. A we have been m the habit of calling those who practice according to theory quacks and humbugs. But that is not right. They it to what they claim to do in the majority of cases. All that i have done id to demonstrate that the Potency does not exist in the operator or his metallic disks but rather in the mind of the person operated after receiving the suggestion from pain through prutting her re or. H farm and household products of the poultry Yard is neither a a a a a for the Europea doctors he a a Peapea peril i the metallic plates of Gold Silver a Copper Bronze Etc., have nothing to do1 with the cure for 1 have produced the same results with plates of hard rubber i Tortoise Shell and in fact a piece of i Chalk or a Cork will answer the purpose j just As Well. The whole thing is N.T. Bing More than the Power of one mind 1 Over another. It is what i Call the principle of suggestion. That is if one person suggests an idea to another who i Nas Complete Faith in that persons 1 Power the one acted upon will experi-1 ence All the sensations the operator May i suggest to a i a a will you state what have been the j results of some particular Experiment a i a ice Tamly. Why if you have the j right Kina of a subject you can make i him or her believe that the Moon is i made of Greca cheese. Ttys an old i principle in a new form. I have tried i the Experiment on several patients and i it works like a Charm. I have also ex-1 perils enter before the class at the uni i varsity medical College and always i with about the same results. Of course i it depends a Good Deal on the Oona Titu i Tion of the patient and his Sansoe Stibil i Ity of believing whatever is told to him. I some time ago a lady patient of mine 1 from another state told me that she in-1 tended going to Europe to try the met b us cure of which she had heard won-1 Kerful reports. That was what Tut me b to i Vestiga to the thing More carefully b than 1 had done before. Long after i that i tried the metals on a patient who i came to see me. This was a lady also. 1 1 told her 1 had something new that had i been used very successfully in Europe i and was becoming very celebrated for curing certain diseases. I took up one of the Metal disks at random and a Aid b a by placing this on the Back of Yourl hand it will make your hand perfectly insensible to pain.1 i applied the met a is and sure enough however severely i pricked her hand and forearm she Felt no pain. A now a mid to Here is the opposite to that Metal. This will make your hand very tender and Sensi a ble to i then placed another j disk on the Baek of her hand and after i that i touch her with the Needle but she would snatch her bands away Aad shriek with pain. I then i went through the same ceremony using i disks of rubber and Ether Nee metallic substances and got precisely the same i results. It is very curious and yet i there is nothing really new in it save i the fact that i have demonstrated that i the metals themselves have nothing whatever to do with with the past week a a to to has repeated the times in the presence of a Large num a Ber of Spectra tour to a girl about fifteen years old who who had Bertn sent to him to be a treated for epileptic its he so pfc a there is a new discovery for curing such diseases As yours. Here you see Are a number i of Bright Metal plateau Gold ail ver Copper Brome Nickel Etc. One of these plates will cure you and 1 Hare selected tie right one to do it. How if i place this disk on Cha Bank of rear hand and hold it there a certain time it will cause All sense of pain to leave your hand so that i prick it with Ehtel Gold Needle without its hurting Yon at Alt the girl who had plump Rosy Cheeks and looked healthy and Strong held out her hand to Hare the disk applied. J-9 a a but Yon rent first Tell my whether you latiere Lesa Enre you. Do Jour asked the doctor. The patient smiled and sodded her head. A a Well if you Lul juju i Sun that s enough1 a a or. Him mood three Ifim it Torvol Fly Shell disk on Tim Sid id a a a a a a Al and hold it there mrs it slightly for about two flu urn. A mow a Sag has i Pihrt Tiff i Euttu out of a Oft bar hand and she said she Belt i on the operator. You remember How people used to ridicule these pretended doctors who practice what was called the Power cure. They would Tell a Man to hold up his Arm for instance and then defy him to take it Down again thus demonstrating their Kier. Now it is a fact that i have be the same thing though Only byway of Experiment. I once tried the Experiment on a Man at my House. I told him i had found out a new and Moat potent Means of curing people. To demonstrate it to him i told him to take hold of a Little japanese table that did t weigh More than a Pound and a half and defied him to lift it off the floor. The Man took hold of it and strained himself terribly but he lift the table off the floor. At last after trying repeatedly to lift it the table fell to the floor crushed to ruins. The Man. Instead of lifting had All the time been bearing Down n it with All his might pm in y. Gorki. F0rei6h gossip. Hammond an Ontario newspaper charged last year that Alexander Mackenzie preg Mier of the Dominion of Canada Dij Vui ged brother prior to a change in the Tam what the government in a tended to increase the duty on tubing tit us enabling him to make a Large profit. The Premier thereupon sued the newspaper for libel. The Case w As tried recently and resulted in agreement of the jury. Bibish i Roenik s son Napoleon iv., hav ing been drawn in the French con i ascription has availed himself of his privilege As the Only son of a widow Tob take his exemption. If he had had the astuteness of the third Napoleon org the military instinct of the first Thel Young Man would have insisted on his privilege of being allowed to serve Ini the ranks like any other Frenchman probably he knows that the Jig is up a Marquis Antinori now at the head of an exploring expedition in Equator i rial Africa writes to his brother from Mahak Nona in the kingdom of Shoa a i am very happily residing among this raw flesh eating people. The King As the lowest of his subjects goes Barefoot dresses like the rest uses his fingers for a knife and Fork and wears Only a Gold pin in his Greasy curly hair As the sign of in Royal a As a Man was recently digging Well at Mertin in Alsace his Pickall at the depth of seven feet struck the Rem Anu of a Wall. Further researchf5 revealed the foundation of an extensive building thought to have been an ancient roman Temple. The entire ruin has not been revealed but a number of interesting objects have been exhumed including corinthian columns busts coins arms and the remnants of a statue Ujj of a horse. Its car list Gen. Boet is charged with Tibe theft of the Collar of the Golden fleece from Don Carlos and is about to be Pat on his trial in Italy. I after commanding a regiment in Cuba a where he is alleged to Hare extorted a a Ransom from some insurgents and then i a massacred them he joined Don Carlos a in 1878, and a few Days before the col i lapse of the rebellion became his Pri irate Secretary accompanying the pre-1 a tender to paria and the East. Don a Carlos was Thunder struck on being told who the culprit was and wanted a to Kush up the affair but the prosecution bad already been a two brilliants at first missing have been a recovered a he total Vophie of Tho Collar btiftg�l��0o. I a a Scotchman sends some remark i Able information to the London Globe. I he says upon the strength of a private 1 letter which had been Alamed in his that the Ragas i authorities have a plan of destroying the English i ships by the use of 1,000 tons of crude Palm Tibia this is to be allowed to a Lent of the auf Taaff the water so As i to be carried a Owa with tie currant at a the time when the English ironclads i Are Midway in the Straits. The Oil be Ling then ignited the whole length and i breadth of Fis bosporus harrows i would be converted Teto a sea of fire i destroying the Crews and leaving the ironclads to be captured at Leisure. The russians can alway relm a Jug tab in the Spring and summer cultivate your farms in the Winter cultivate . It is intelligent labor which enables us to make the most of our Iowa state Register. Do not put Oft Spang work on the farm because it is not planting time by the Farmer. A grated horse chestnuts mixed with ten times their bulk of water will expel Worms from the soil in . A Cream pie one pint Sweet Cream the Whites of two eggs Well beaten sweeten to the taste with pulverized sugar. One crust. Macaroons one and one Quarter pounds powdered sugar one Pound Sweet almonds bleached and pounded to a paste Whites of six eggs grated Peel of two Lemons. The Farmers most Likely to pay too much for farm hands Are those who a the least to cheap inferior bands hese Are the Only class who receive too much Register. A sponge eggs their weight in sugar half the weight in flour juice of one Lemon one teaspoonful Vanilla a beat elks Well stir them with sugar to a Cream beat Whites to a stiff froth add Flou last bake in Quick oven. A onion into pieces twelve onions boil them in three quarts of milk and water equally mixed add a Little veal season with butter and Pepper add a few Well toasted slices of White bread and handful of finely chopped Parsley. A there is no difficulty in having a Flower Garden a few moments each Day will keep it in order if not too Large and even a few Square feet of land planted with a Good selection of Flowers All of which can be secured at trifling Cost will give Flowers every Dav from Early Spring until late autumn and will also be a constant source of pleasure. A tinned now the scientific american warns the Public against tinned Ware the tin used in its manufacture nowadays being largely adulterated with Lead in consequence of which the a a tinned Ware loses its original brightness while the Lead lurks round in the systems of those who use it biding its time for the work of death. High farming Means making better use of our resources hiring More intelligent hands using the Best tools a sowing the improved seeds keeping the Best Breeds of hogs cattle horses sheep our soil in the Best condition by rotation and manuring and Laving everything guided by intelligence and state Register. Parsnip consider this the Best Way of cooking parsnips boil tender and Mash very smooth removing carefully the strings or Woody portions. For three or four parsnips allow two beaten eggs three table spoonfuls of Cream one tablespoonful of melted butter and a teaspoonful of Salt. Stir in a very Little flour and Fry either As fritters or griddle cakes. A when the editor of the Atlanta Constitution says that old papers Are lint has than Straw to put under carpets he Dot jute us without philos Teft the Dost which works t Husti Gentne carpet will be held by the papers and continually grind away at the lower Side of the carpet while Straw lets the dust through and prevents any Detroit free press. A Lemon the elks of six eggs beat Well and add three cups of Sweet milk take bread not too stale and Cut into slices dip them into the milk and eggs and Fry in butter to a delicate Brown take the Whites of the six eggs and beat to a froth add a Large cup White sugar and two cups boiling water and the juice of two Lemons serve Over the Toast As a sauce and you will have a delicious supper dish. For roup in fowls a writer in the country gentleman says to has used this remedy most successfully a a catch the fowl open the Mouth with a Sharp thin bladed knife remove the Horny covering of the Tongue and having it ready give one fourth to one i teaspoonful of Castor Oil thickly mixed with Black or red Pepper. When this is done in time i am sure it will effect a cure if the Bird is otherwise another correspondent of the same paper finds that a fumigating fowls with Sulphur will stamp out the disease. Be sure and give them plenty of fresh water after Che operation and do not make the smoke too dense. Watch from the outside and give fresh air As soon As the smoke gets dense on the i nor if More were to engage in this Boti-1 Ness we believe that As in the Dairy with the increase of the product would come an increased consumption and demand. Almost everybody is fond of eggs and poultry As food but hitherto they have been counted among the luxuries. The egg like milk contains All the ingredients necessary to sustain life and they Are combined and put up in a very Nice form and free from All waste. The meat of the Chicken and especially of the full grown of whys 8 or. E. V. Flow it opened to newly Talidis and torte tip hotel. N.t., on the s9th Ota pril with a re of Puon to the Prev a followed by one Goethe Soth to the Citie a i Bothof i which were largely attended end highly a a a by Elf car Guss and the Bah Bow. Toward the close a looking out very a falling rain. Down it came drop drop into the Little pools collected in All the depressions of the path splashing the a dragged legs of the chickens As they a stalked about and making the weeds Bow and the Flowers Blossom. But a he children did not think of that. They a Only Felt that the Day had been very of one summer a children stood i Wilhour s fever and ague Lull disease caused by malarial poisoning of the blood a a warranted cure. No Poison no arsenic no Mercury no quinine floated face or glaring Eye no barstingfes5s� breaking Back no weak knee or so Tona from it use i it in Safe Inri Gora a buoyed Bho a genial doctor Tethel in whom the a univ stand entertained s3tprincelystyle. The struct-1 ure itself is magnificent and imposing the style of a site Ture bring what la known As the Modem French bit a. On the highest ground Ina a v a Bead or a and leaves the patient renewed in mind and body land sound As a Dollar. It wipes out All my lowness and fires a Blooming complexion in the place of that sickly dirt eating color Peculiar to chills and 8pleno-hepatic derangement. Wheelock finial a co., for Orleton new Orleans. A Fob Sals by All duo lists. I particulars regarding electric belts free a address Pulvermacher galvanic co., clncln.,u an article of food especially for nourishing the brain and nervous system. Make poultry As common and cheap As beef pork Mutton or veal As it can be if we go into its production with system and deliberation a and we believe it would soon largely supersede these other kinds of meat and prove quite As healthful. Here is a Field of Industry waiting to be utilized and it is Here As in France and other european countries within the each of american Dairyman. Drainage a safeguard against drought. Farmers in Many parts of the country know what a direct and damaging Healthiest position obtainable. A a he Dally As Buffalo is poll Fisfis the Healthiest Day in the Roun Jyh i skillful combinations of Maple Oak Cherry Ebony and mahogany with i tiles in according colors form the Rich-1 eat effects in the several Halls and Par-1 lore. It is heated throughout by steam i and fresh water is drawn from the Street by a Large pump which forces it up into Tamba on the fourth fifth and sixth a cries. Pure air and Sunshine being two of or. Pierces favorite medicines the system of ventilation is a therefore most perfect every room i Hoing so constructed As to receive fresh outdoor air and provided with a double escape for any air which has become i impure. The value of such ventilation i to invalids needs no comment. There a is not a room in the House that is not visited by Sunshine or from the door j of which a staircase cannot be seen. On i every floor there Are four stations each i provided with 100 feet of Hose con-1 infected with the Champion chemical i fire extinguishing system and which i with the assistance of the speaking an i Nunciato can be made instantaneously a available. Everything pertaining to a the medical department is placed Down a upon the basement floor thus giving no a a unpleasant suggestion of the sick room to those guests who de not need a Phy Ician. Here we find the swedish health lift reception room Consulta Ilion rooms of which there Are several. Beach one for some special class of disc any parts a direct a effect the wet weather of last year As Well As years previous had upon the various crops. In the Corn Belt the Early Rains delayed the planting until so late that much of the Corn failed to grow or to Ripen and is now rotting in the cribs. Large areas of Corn and other Cro were also completely drowned out the heavy Rains and the surplus water which could find no outlet from the submerged Fields. Thus individual Farmers have lost their crops while the cause is easily discernible but when the season alternates from wet to an extremely dry one As it is sure to do in this climate of extremes in meteorological influences the result of Short crops is hardly to be accounted for. A strict w Observance however by the thoughtful i tastefully arranged and Well Farmer soon unfolds to him a knowledge of some of the pre ceases of fertilization and Plant growth. He learns our Western soils rest up no til that most of on a foundation As impervious to water As if made of glue. A Fertile soil is a a a building of most wonderful architecture with its columns spaces and aqueducts not for the purpose of holding water like a Jug but a great and comprehensive storehouse in which Are deposited the riches of the Earth the air the Sunshine and the falling rain. As dry Earth is considered to be the beat disinfectant known so is it intended to absorb All malarial gases which Are but the seeds of disease and death afloat in the atmosphere but when held in store in the soil they Are appropriated to vegetable growth and Are turned into a Blessing instead of a curse to Mankind. In the level and untrained regions All the evil tendencies Are to be seen while the intrinsic value of the soil in an agricultural Point of View May be of the Best. During the wet periods when the land must lie in a saturated condition the porosity of the soil is broken Down the fertilizing gases Are expelled from their hiding places and the roots of the growing crops Are compelled to creep near the surface and reach out into the sunlight for subsistence. Who a this is the Case the first few scorching dry Day May ruin the Farmers Hopes by converting the soil into bricks and the roots of plants to dry branches. The water Supply being kept so near and within reach of the roots of vegetation is a Wise provision of nature if the water line is kept three or four feet beneath the surface by artificial Means. This is secured by either tile draining or open ditches the tile being preferable for the reason that it Daes not Lessen the cultivated surface of the ground. Many Farmers have found tile laying to pay for itself in single year to say nothing of the satisfaction derived from cultivating such a soil and what May be gained in the healthful condition of the climate. In laying tile Farmers should not make the to mistake so often made of laying that which is too Small. When the fall is but slight the tile should be Large in proportion to the length of Drain and kept free with a Good outlet. Many Farmers already Are taking advantage of the cheapness at which the work can be done and find the results to be More than satisfactory and As the demand for it increases the facilities for cheapness will be accelerated. A Western Rural. Supplied with the appliances necessary for their different departments. The Bath system is arranged in the most Complete and luxurious manner. The rooms Are Large and fitted up with lazed tiles and comprise turkish russian and electric Baths. In the matter of recreation the House is Well supplied having a Bowling Alley billiard room and gymnasium. The Ity of the House is about 250 guests be Tower 140 feet from the ground rears its magnificent head above the whole making a grand ensemble. The hotel opened for business on the 1st of May. The Enterprise will doubtless meet with that unbounded Success which it most surely deserves Minneapolis conflagration hew to be severed Frei Tike effect of a Tike calamity to protect ones life and property against unforeseen Accident and destruction is a duty scarcely anyone will dispute but just the Means to be used May be and is debatable. Death will come to All and loss by fire of the most valuable property As Well As the lowliest Home is recorded every Day of the year and a will be to Long As time shall continue. Whose life is to be Cut off or whose Home is to be destroyed no one can Tell. Neither can they even suspect when or How certainly not when they Are expecting it else would Talfey be ready to extinguish the devouring element in its incipient first spark of existence. Either like the dreadful explosion at Minneapolis or at the dead hour of Midnight or perchance when husband and protector is far away in the Field does the Demon strike. In our opinion there is but one and Only one remedy or Security and that is a policy of insurance in some Good sound insurance company and among All the companies doing business in our country we know of none presenting better Security to the Fanner and those owning dwelling houses than the american insurance company of Chicago. Confining its insurance to farm property dwelling houses private barns their contents churches and school houses writing no policies in any of the Large cities and Only $5,000 on any one risk making a great loss by a sweeping conflagration impossible with Cash assets amounting to $904,-��4.31, being $470,305.67 More than is necessary under the inst trance Laws to pay All liabilities and reinsure All outstanding risks. In addition to which this company has Over one and one half million dollars of instalment notes no yet due. The following statement of amount of Cash received by Twenty four companies doing the largest business in the state of Illinois during the year 1877, As shown by the official reports on file in the insurance department of said 8tafce, places the a a american at the head of the let and also shows the total receipts a i Linau Indiana. Missouri Wisconsin Jota and Mia by the same companies. Total it name of of mfg a. The pm a try Yard. A. A what makes a farm look More Homelike and cheerful than the presence in their appropriate places of course of handsome sleek looking fowls no one should raise any others. If there Ever was a time when Farmers Wea excusable for raising Small ill looking poultry that time has gone by. There Are so Many excellent Breeds and crosses in the country now that it is More difficult to get inferior fowls than Good ones. All the popular Breeds now before the Public have their Good Points so that one cannot fail to make a Good Choice while suiting his fancy As to external appearance. From the Little Bantam to the heavy Asiatic none Are without Merit and none that Are not Superior to the common Baa Vard fowl which had the monopoly a year of a food in ii my Oka ish of Oilda. As bar Elbow at teat a a now a mood a it Sprowal ,1�? other Platte Tot a Boek Tob a or. Ham a a will of to or Oft Ftp a hath fool in Mica in fat l with War of Lwft Duelp greatly att then if properly managed r add to Tho Pronto a Olgaa Eany a bring Tho whole would amount to Only Ahomd w.000. A the i left hot Smiht Kohaut a the Boon Ore ofter notes i Taos Ai Azaie. Wutoh la Avo a Thoy trip away. Believe every Farmer with a comparatively Small original outlay fori gfgtjprop61 conveniences might keep Thel Sipho fear round from 50 to 100 hens with i Gilvery Little expense for feed beyond Thel Ordinary refuse of the threshing floor la full the granary and the Kitchen and with i Al the proper conveniences nothing else will pay in any sense the Amoun if la ultime and labor repaired to Foed Hill Macare for them would be trifling. Much of this instead oft1, Ilia task would be a real $0if the women and children we Are net la i sure but that the whole concern with jars All its profits ought to be theirs Are interested in the chickens they will Fps take Pride in feeding and caring for a a Kab Thorn and get a Good Deal of pleasure the and profit out of them. If the Farmer Baa a wide Range to give them turkeys May prove a profit Bistable investment. With water Eparca-1 hint geese the Seene and. Correspond d i Aglys ill amp in Many would prefer the different kinds Elsaf fowls to nod variety but a diversity Jip iof appearances May be found i the different Breeds and varieties of Bens had no other fowl appears to be so uni Pitisi verbally suited to the wants and Condi a by Tion of everybody. H we often wonder that More people a is with a Nail Means do not go into the poultry business. A Small piece of dry Bshar Cifrod scarcely available for any other purpose that could be bought cheap if not already owned and a a a pfc Small investment in eggs of the Breeds of Poland varieties preferred with a few cheap common fowls As setters would �1 atari one off in a pleasant and profit-1 Mable business. For people somewhat advanced in Yeum raft him la earn a la a Chi Iii would jilt always a Good Market far gaffs and Isle pm a Yttria a sur out of deft sad. The work of Rai mfg and caring Lor fowl and marinating that of earful transplanting Hardy vegetables. H i in transplanting lettuce cauliflower cabbage and All that class of plants in the open air from the hot bed care should be taken to have them thoroughly weathered that is rendered Hardy by previous exposure to the air for two or three weeks so far As the state of the weather will allow. Much of the loss accruing from transplant King is occasioned by neglect in this a articular. In buying plants of the healer be careful to note that they be not of that Peculiar Green color denoting them to be forced soft and watery. If so reject them and select a plants which Are duller in color wit i thick Strong compact leaves. It is a especially necessary that this care be taken with Tomato Pepper egg Plant and All that class especially susceptible to changes of the i of Hardy plants raised in gardens cabbage always finds a place. one in ten Farmers however is careful to prepare the land so the plants May be transplanted Early. The consequence is that hot weather comes on and the result is a failure. This is particularly True of cauliflower and hence the general neglect of this Esculene which is owe As easily raised As cabbage. To insure Fine tender euros they must get their growth Early in the season. Thus both cabbage and cauliflower May be raised with certainty and of tee flavor. The ground should be made very Rich with Rotten manure and if the rows have some Fine compost in Addi Tion to much the better. Plant both a Arij cabbage and cauliflower two foot apart keep them Hoed often and when the buds of the Cam Flower begin to form break some of the larger leaves Over the of enter and they will mature Crisp White and delicate. I lettuce maybe planted out six inches apart each Way in a bed. Before Tho plants crowd take out every other Row for use and again alternate tents in the remaining rows. Thus your plants will stand two hrs intern apart and if ithe land be Rich and moisture enough a entirely cover the american Home.,. Jetna. Hartford. Rockford. Traders. Pts enl. Ins. Co. Of n. Am. Phenix. Fire association. Agricultural. Liverpool Ledonai cutly. a a Girard. German Anerito. N. W. National a German. Moral. Home of mob. Cha to. New York. Hartford. Hartford a a. Rockford i. Chicago. Hartford. Philadelphia. A Brooklyn. Philadelphia. Watertown n. Y. Liverpool. New York. Philadelphia new Yort. Milwaukee. Freeport. I. Liverpool. American Central St. Louis Springfield regal Cam . Lycoming h and mercantile. Isar. Munde a. New York. London. Illinois. I 210.1k11 1h2.a4h 158.142 138,240 103,229 100,852 90,839 87,983 87,403 King Humbert of Tali m a watch of Tyr is gifts. 1� general his present is a a a a a Gold or Silver according to a the rank of the recipient with Thel a Crown and Stem upon the Back of it i band a Chain with a locket attached a a on the anniversary of his birthday he called All of the Cor Azicri who had As a a listed in guarding the body of Victor Emmanuel into the Hall of the Swiss land when they were ranged in order tithe Little Prince of Naples presented each of the thirty with a watch and a a Chain in the name of his father. To ithe six chiefs of the Carabin Iare he gave horses which they selected from the i Royal stables having previously looked these gift horses carefully ii he Mouth. I a it indicated a want of education in i natural history but it was certainly i very funny when the Young lady wrote if my the country to say that the cows i were All in the habit of chewing gum. I she had watched them after their Days i pasturing lying Down in the barnyard i with their jaws in constant motion Ard Ivery naturally jumped to a conclusion. A Aow Tea a from n. Y. Tribune i a a Macon it Hisato we Quot a por their Cabinet a Iseff and Hare won be Given they 111 a Oil with Hal main in condition the Safon before fran Mim it i a Toroc Musur v a will Large tender Indmon until Heads and re a quote latin running it a a a these Are tii Days when the woman of the House lights Down like an apparition in the midst of the Domestic Gar a a swinging a Broom flapping mar kicking sideways with both feet snapping her eyes humping a ads Mes new there gifts frs the least Fra Tesla a site a i pm Mali o took the Flat left i for their Cabinet Omna at the to is if and Hare won tha High to boors Ater Ery worlds aim Ottea Tine Are Hora la compete Tea wet Haffne is of Orama Fia reral other Wner a so Mph marry her. Bar George 11 Woald of it want for her in fare a. A a novel a a what a the a Attar with Ber a oat la r too sort too Loo or crooked a to tight Teuy re too fast Shouf Young Man. A is smamary to a Harteg wife ate Bare them Oid fellow a aim a fish to look Aoee la too �4�hhn a a e5 instantly Awasum the Otena Theodoe. To its i Espe i lined that Day of All others when they roha�1y had expected to have a picnic at Black 1try. By a a a i a a it never rained so hard nor so Long before a said Huida with the readiness of a child and indeed of some older people to feel that life is bounded by the present Hoar. A do you really think so said aunt Eunice who having exhausted her inventive Powers and almost her patience in Ber efforts to amuse her Little arty of visitors with games paper oils Sand gardens pictures and stories had found the Day nearly As Long As they a a do Yon really think so i have heard of a longer rain than this and so have and then she took out grandfathers old Bible Aud showed them a picture Over 100 years old of the Ark telling again in her own fresh language the Ever wonderful Story erf the flood. A a did god make a Rainbow for the first time then a said one of the children. A a i think not. It must have existed As Long As Light did and you know god said a let there be Light a in the very beginning of the creation. I think he called attention to it As something with which men were already familiar which was always sure to come under certain conditions after a storm and which was exactly adapted to sym Belize his mercy and truth in All coming a a what is symbolize t a but just then somebody looked up and said a Why aunty there a Rainbow now two of them just come and see a which exclamation broke up the Story party the restless Little feet hurried to the window and soon Toup of Bright Little Heads reflected ack the Beautiful Eolours of the Rainbow just As it reflected the Light of the Sun. A a did god take a Brush and Saint so Quick a said Little Jack while the older children laughed. A a of no a Rainbow is a scientific object. It is a. Great Many reflections of the Sun. Each drop of falling rain forms with the Black Cloud behind it a Mirror just like a looking Glass with quicksilver behind it you know Anc when the Sun is just going to set or Rise if the Clouds Clear away round it while the rain is still falling in the opposite Quarter its beams strike these Little looking glasses and Are re fleeced Back to your eyes if Yon happen to stand in the right position Between the a but the Sun is not Pink and Rea and Blue and Green what makes its re Flection so if i look in the Glass i see a girl just my own a yes but the Raya of Light have pass through the rain drops which Are round balls and that gives them the property of bending the rays before they Are reflected. Now philosophers have discovered that Light of seven colors red Orange yellow Green Blue indigo and Violet and All these colors done to Bend or refract alike red bends least and Bine most consequently when the suns rays fall upon several drops of water the upper one will reflect All the red color to your Eye the lower one will reflect the Blue and All it he others the intermediate a a what becomes of All the other colors in each drop a asked one brightened listener. A a they Are Bent either too High or too Low to reach your Eye and so you done to see them but As you see All the rays at once it seems to you like a Broad Arch of seven colors shading from dark red to Light a Why is it an Arch a a a because the Sun is round throwing out its rays to equal distances All round and you stand just in the Center. It would be a Circle but for the ground under your feet and the Trees and Hills which bound the a i see two rainbows a said Annie. A a yes there Are often two and sometimes three just As if Yon put two mirrors opposite to each other there will be two and sometimes several reflections of the same object placed Between them and As in that ease the second reflection is reversed so in this the outside Rainbow has ail its colors reversed the Bine being at the top and the red at the a a somebody said that we done tall see the same Rainbow is that True a a a yes Only one Eye can possibly be at the same time in exactly the same position Between the same Raindrop and the Sun so it is really a different Rainbow which each one sees and if you Are selfish enough to want to have something which no one else can share you May each truly say a my a a a i suppose i find the end of the Rainbow if i were to run Ever so fast to that Hill where it seems to rest a said Tommy a a but i have heard boys say that they thought they a a a of indeed it would look just As far off As it does from Here even if you were in a position to see it All which is a a yet it looks solid enough to walk on though it is Only made of Clouds and Light a some of the ancient nations thought it was. Scandinavian mythology talks of a Bridge Over which the spirits of the dead might walk to asgard or heaven when they were purified from All sin and it is one of the prettiest legends i know for god himself has chosen the Rainbow to represent his faithfulness and truth and we Call it a Bow of Hope because our Only Hope of reaching heaven with purified souls is in the sure mercy and faithfulness of our covenant keeping a Why the Rainbow has gone a said Gilfoy a and the rain has walked off on it there is n Patch of Blue sky and Well have n splendid Day for our picnic to Morrow. It wont be wet at Black Book the Waterfall will be twice As full of water As usual and the air will be so dear we can see for Mileva a a remember then a said aunt Eunice As lift Tea Bell called the party from the windows a that rain or sorrow cd disappointment which it represents. Always brings Good and that while All the gladness and Beauty of the comes from god who is our Sun without mists Clouds and showers. He would not show us a . E. Winslow in n y. Observer. Tkv Tine is recommended by All physicians. Vallot Stream Queens co., Lowe Isle no n. Y. Toke lib Elwire of Wrt uns Yoo s i certify Cate egret a crr with the thus Rynia foe in to exp Owra and have had the chronic for Over six esd Hulz everything was Iven up to die and did not expect to live Slacian mid touch my Case. I mended to cure lyspt700. I come a it a is Rte pc amp of a a a it los Sites the Benefit of their health and it in excellent a a too a Puri Fier Bim. T. B. F0bbe3. the blood becomes iuolf�8 and stagnant either from Chancre of tvs Thror a climate want of exercise Irre ular diet or from any other Auto the pkg Tinb will renew the blood Caro off the putrid hum Ore cleanse the stomach re Pilate the bowels and a my Art a tone of i or to the whole body veg Etine for cancers and cancerous Humours. The doctor certificate. Bead it. , Washington co., ill Jan. 14,1878. 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