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i -SOLiriTOplN CHANCERY,
PIKES' ...PHAJI . GOLD!
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ry iSvevn'Mt.a iirt-c, o-o d: t-0Te itel't
sr. o jr.vrL l n-, x. t.
llavi;)f p.-;rcixner!v located in
Fur t.-.ep'ice ol .'-:J'-d icicc fci.'d-rtn
Jem l,i;-".-fc; ".iui! viv? la t! ai.clrd.
.4. &.U0LLADAY, M. D.
rf'i-i;yl.nf.rnhn Insulin iu Brownvi'.le nd
j!2c iklnc' Saiitiy, & Obstetrics,
a;kuh w;,'i:ii !s:t:-orcx;e'.ica:.ir.scriyuoD
b 1-jric' '.sce; Ct: i;.-Jsbire.
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L. Ii JOIIliSOli', L5.
rilYICIAN AND SURGEON,
Firiit itrcat,. bfivvfeta Ua.u and vVater,
N i: W b P A P E l i S ,
! Uf crrry detcri'tion- ft-r ;i!e at
j i-CHlITZ & DEUSKIi;S
j LITERARY DEPOT,
SouiiiH'an cofi-er Mnin and Second, ;
i . iiKowKviLLr, w. t. :
Clocks, Yatclies & Jewelry.
U. L. A -JlAV.
O. B. HtWETT.
k. w. in ox.
ilcG-.trv, Huwctt & Tiiaiuas.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
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' SOLICITORS IX CIUXCERY.
j Will ""r.'.'lioe ia lbs CourU of Kebtit,aDd North
f . refj:iiescf.b.
k. vcr . Cmw XfGrnj h. Co., St. Loull, iLo.
II id, Ji ooi" M . II.iRtis, Do
. Jjt'n R Slifpiy, - -- Do
; Han. Ji nei.CraiK, ' - fit. Joseph, Mo.
; II wlaVOiHnn, - Do
: . Kjb. Ci Ai W -U!ck, Nebrtsk City.N.T.
' 8 r. Nm jll.En., - Do
' Ca"' 9weetat Co., do
R. W. Pi:d r.rowuvlll
Br..-iTllle. W.'T. Oct.28. 1?5S. TtiT$
I B. S. DUNDY,
! ATT.OHN.EY AT LAW,
' iETHlR. CO. N. T.
' WILL p-arlicc in pvi rl Cotrt" ff 'lie ii J '1'C a'
; !).' -ltt. i-tend ti I1 fjtttori. cnui"-l'-'1 with t'jf
f-,fe'io tM-'M'I.K'ilAS. Esq.. f NflrnfW OUj,
Iril! .-i-t m t 'hp pro . aouUou wl impiwUiut Suits .
Sit 20. M-ll-tl
J. t. HL'li'tl. JIHTHOI.IAPU AI.VVIIWUBD.
UUGHCS &. KOljfjAU A3', '
' ?fo. I, City Uuttdlrpii,
BA-iNTLOui3 ... niesouni.
E3L'DD" & P.Ol.HDAr,
' Ko ISO, IXM inert,
Pro-'IiKH1. aud Cnminissioi;
WE RT.TtR T PKHMUSIOK 1 0
Pwfil LT k l.""u, - St. JjffU,
T-Hitien x Vr!ciiib, ...
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McC -d &.Co., -..'
D nnel St SXUU ...-.
15. A.-COXST A 1ILC,
IMTCHTTR AND DtAlVR IM
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
BL AC KSM ITU'S T0 0L
ALs3:'IIubs, Skov r.r.d lct Sitlf.
TM'd Sfet, between Telix and IMinctid,
SAINT JOSEPH, -MO.
w"liii:h bt ff!l : 51. Lotus l-iirc- f: r.sft.
Hiihost -.e rwifor Ccxtp Itca.
Deceiuter t, is.
ilAT'.-iitoA b'Tfi'-Mf in l;,.wr.;!.N. T.,ten
All j.iS. wirrsnu d
JOHN M-MECMAX I'ROFIIIETO!,
Corner Cf rcurth tad Cc':a. Sirret,
Nobraslta City, TJolj.
' ' main stkeft.
SECniSiiA CITY, XESRASH..
T. I. GODDLX, rrerrietcr.
. Would inaour.cen, tb-citireui cf ErowiirllJe
uvitiir.v tt.it L Ins luCdted bimstu in
tr i!d lw f.- ib. It will also do all k!t)d t f re
piftrx of tlotLs, waicbti itd jt welry. lllwoik war
ranted. ' riiArsKJiN
rio I3S Vine fct.. bat. Fourth ana Ififua., .
MaLii!'b.ciur'i' jtsU-rf Hi New,liookat;o Jot
fjl-f. ititirj I'ressf.s Ca.-.iit'iliet.A.c., Ac.
Ir,V. i'rititiTi Ma'critl of Every 'eKcri?tion,
STKKI'XHal'It. 1 ill Kina toohs Misic.
rem Medicine. ireo-ij2iS.Job,Wood li r.rorir.g,
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles.
ROGERS & BROTHER;
AKXvtTKCKS to V.t pnbfic tliaf he pcr,-h.ie.l (he
w iq acctraracate rae puuiis mm - - - - "
JLJuggics,.. . ,;v ,
' Sulkies,- ; ; .
, - Saddles Ilorst s
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Can ' CrvJ af fciv Stable amiite 'ccomiaodatl"on for
12KNJAMIN fc JOSnUA ROGE313.
Erownviile, Oct. 18 WW. ' " , TilS-y' '. ' "
71 TTTTTT7TT Y
IUve ccrur'e'ed their new ha-.lnecK fcntine on
Mio SirPt. ner the U.S. Luiiti Oifl-e. io Brownvllle
wt,e e : hf y luve opeued ut kdU areolltrlcg on the most
Dry G code. Provisions,
FLOUR, C O N F E C T ION ARIES,
gr'v Ann khsi:5 rL'i.TS,
Choice Liquors," Cipars; -
Ar.d a "tliousand and otro," otter tLing everybody
r.eed. . -. .
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
Browuli;e. April S6, Iy .
Heiidgeii & Miss Lusk,
3iILLINCi:S AND MAKERS,
Ki rst Street, b-t. Main and Water,
BHOWNVI I.I .K. N KBR ASKA,
Sonnets. Utad-Drctt and Trirm.ingt alv. ay$cn hand
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BIITDSBY; . .
COUNCIL BLUFFS. lOV.'A.
- VILLIAI-I F. IIITEn.
May 17. ISSO. . .
ia,U V ii V 1 J. i .
p t r.. ; - ' r."
Herttjv m)t:f.p:J:e public ttmt he La:- puuUits(l the
.cl.ri.n Hoube in Br.wiivi i if , N , T., foruit i iy kepi ry
r J. .warU. n.: iiak rt-niu-:e;e'!. icuciuit-u ai.U ru'i--e
y criai:ec! t be wboie bwu.-e. frota cellar t. garrtl,
'jri'biitiiecUi view to neaiiits. coni1 rt tid rinvj.
iituce. llavlnc h1 many Ters exferlriiep s a b-'te!
tf r,,.r .a ,tie in war rain i' ht j'a',rl:n j patr.r
!2e f Kruwi'viHe anrt Use traveliup public, ibit wide
t th :ieric-in tbey will bavt nu t cahou ti ccupluiu
if M.ef ivt- iu any in-reci.
T'ae ii' tfi KMtoattKl iimitSsa'e'y at the S' caaiSo-ii
L..:-'lit t, f-ot cf Jtfiiiti s'rvct t. c n-f qr.cntly f.-ri,i-;rou'.i.ir
i-lvuiitik s to te travebt'? comrnnn:ty. !be
0- ipriptor atkb but to be trladnd ifuot fwuaU wortty,
January, 19 1SG0. 2S-IT
N I'M .MIA CITY NEHKSKA.
Tire rtroi riotor returns tlisvcks for the generons
1- .tr imire tLnsfax -xt.enj. d hira, aud Lopooby re
lewtd e5.rt to writ in .-ruastd favors.
rarnicjs and Others -
7:Udu t.. huvo th?:r ruin in a? ood at yonU
bl .,, ?j.riiifrttUtot?wiil rn be tpen as, wbeu
mre than 5i W-'y it will be iaipoSeible to run the
n.iIJ for sev-rVi w(3
Ccra Alcr.-; Ucw!
JJcol and Flour of Superior Quality
Cjn-t .r.tly cn iland.
Wp will pay V5 cents cah for wheal.
Fob-22, lo:o. J. O. MI'.IA'IN.
I-1 3 reliant Tailor,
, JACOB iiAP.HOU, .
ES"07NVIL'LE, N; T.
rx " cri ' ' :4 . K'fvr tT2.ft
SUaTVUYOIl & .SOTA tY S'I.'KIir.
Will-elict Uuds, investlsau; titles, taj taxts &r .
eltl er in Kansas or 'c!.raka; buy, bel' tnd eryter
landpon CjiTitiiiHFif.ii; in vest io town crotirrtr im.r
sell tba s:ne, and will always havo on baridcerfet t
plats o: io-ijliip cnintiet im:.. Kho-in'.- alliand (sn'r,
J -tt to entry, and where deircd will furnibt partittliv
iopin the. tatCK with t!ieme. t i
Blur tu oldoM uettlr -n the conn tywiMn all
caNH lp ahleto Kive full and reliableiaorrr.atiin.
AdJivsF A L.Cjate eitherat Brownvilleor Nernaba
City , Neb'aFka Territory. 6m-42-v2
The Nebraska Farmer.
16 rUiFS QUARTO MflXTIlLY.
tiURsciriEii: roil it.
: Jt is the only Journal dewtei exclusively
io the Agricultural and Educational inte
rests of 0ibraslca Kansas, Xorthtrn
Missouri and Southern. Jowa..
Xz3r it. cl it... : "
Four Copies, 3 ir.otitha for CI
i Twenty Copies, 1 year . 615
One Copy, 1 year
' Address, -
Incorporated ly the Slate cf Connecticut,
Capital Stock $200,0C0.;'
Wi tli lr-e n it i i nretMiijf si ri'lusr eti;-t!.,s.icu re
ly iiivet., und'-r the jau?Ui.n nud aproviti Of tLe
JA-MKSC. WU.iv.'Y, I'rei.icLt, :
JOHN I.. K'JXrK. Vk-e Fresidoit.
KLIAS UU.f.. ."ejrei :irv. '
K.D.DICiiEitJUN, General A jeat. . '
AlfradOni,. L'niH Paillia, JbnL..Bi.nce.
). Ut.idft, J.A.ltutler, K. 1). Di -keruiaL
'.v iieaten, taru.Coit Njlioa Lloliibtcr,
. Janes C.-VValkJey. i
..-4 Hi (..
Care of Bees iu Autumn and Win-
, ; '":.;v, f ctcr..; .;'
(As the past season has Leen an.unpro-'
paiuuVonV for "gathering ' honey it' be
hooves the lee-kfepr to look nveli to his
siock jo( LeesVaijdiiia"ke a'spocisl exami
ralion i f.?i-h" swarm in Raiirri fil
nitfelv if anv of th..'.hir55;nrii9tn t pretended . bcr.e-mtlters, 'and
iii,n ,.tw.i. ks,.. . ii' ..u ! bone-cutters, whose, very prcpoinicin' U
any sue a by fouiid, the s-.varru wiUtietdi
" " '. J i m'os Vortbweti:'U rarLjtr
: i ;Yeterisarj. -
i?o?;s Spavin-Jluig-lidiiC Curt
; These are aii beny. excrescence", that
occasionally make tlifr appearaacu:! th?
legs' of horfj'?,. always producing 'lime
nes, j.ften irreinuv'ble,- rendered o',by
i action is the lti'ible sii-nature ou their
t.. t . .. i . - i" - v v - I ... . . f-
to be ted either with honey alone or mix- iUU W.u i-H
ed wah-.u-.ar diluted to -the coiUem'V ' aEal.oin3f fr'f ?fhoT VV,thLlfliJ e
of -honev; pred on' to piecva-of eny j Fon cf ha haur, tnoyawths reuit
ty cua.b; aLi. placed in the hive.v, sutli a i of ' Ccnticatiou, iT,p,ry, tertned . de
banner mkt bS from oilier hives i wiii i . 0 'fi!''S i
' ilieV. WrVeJ VW
pzreu.3 m tn?ir declinir-- Vt a:;.
1 r'.I they couli e3rn I
not rind.it. Peihap the best .method i
to introduce the "teed "into thei boxes' di
recily' over tbe ' bees, but should 'u''be:;a
cttm.'i'Ju box iiivei it may be placed gnthe
tip of the hive where there is a' co.mcnuv
nication through- the top, and placing a
e&p 'ovef the -whole; and. "hen gently rup
Jung :oo .thrj. .top: of hiv, ..the. , bees. wjll".
p'rrss up through- and find tne food. ; The
feeding should be, done during warm
weather.'' - --- - - .
Another precaution to bei;observed:'is
to guard-against i -robfciug,: which caa be
dQhe:'jLj:fe( fually ty cCntriing or ' limit;
ing the ingress to so r small an "entrance
that bee within will be able 'to "hinder
intruders from' entering, and- should -any
stranger beeV find : their way "into J the
hive, the occupants thereof will have them
where thty will deal summarily with them
before the strangers can juake theirs
cpe... Many aocd colonies ' are lost in
tiii warfare, alter, the termination of the
season for1 gathering honey. " ' ' ' '
' Vtmilation should also be attended to.
Much has been written and many , in
quiries made on this ! subject, and .Mr.
Ciuinby, says that, he regards the proper
ventilation as' very important, and yet.
proper ventilatioais very imperfectly-un-
der?tood. . lie also says, Any, way to
zet rid of moisture." ' The presumtion is
ihat he would not freeze the bees at the
outset. as one: of the way, for that would
.u.rely prevent moisture,' and If the mo-
lijs operonui or some wno give uirecuous
huw to ventilate should be pot iu'.prac-
ice iu very coin situations, me nees .are
ust as surety lrozen. iow what is the
c-iu-se of this moisture, which proves , so
d;r..-fiil, when nothing. but. air enters the
irivp ? The. secret of .tlietiaecry is! ex
plained -thus: When cold air oo nes in
contact. .with warm surface?, condensation
takes place ;' hence' the dews, . and vice
versa, when warm or rarified air comes
iii contact -'with cold bodies condensation
takes place alio, bene? the' moisture which
appears iu the .windows (in cases where
they are not double) of" a room, while
the air within s rarified and the-atmos-phere
, cold without.'. -The cold , con cw.it
iraieji a i d ' "dissolved ' the internal '.vapor
and air, and the watery portions accumu
late oil th- inner- wall of the windows,
-and when the cold is very severd the -water-
becomes frozen ; hence- the- opaque
windows during the extreme cold of win
tfr. -In this manner sometnr.es "large
.'I'uantitifcs of iey water is formed. The
nine Dccuurs , in bee-hives. .The air
which is respired by ths hpesj and that
. :'. in 1 1 :i . -l . v. L;! -
Men seem to ,ijncre the idea, if they ever
had it; that shoeiag was never 1 intended
to mike a hors's I'oot -b'etteri but tU pro
tect it from the wear and tear .cf hurd
reads, Aft.rJ'v.ihe deciirpn, ;that. an iron
defense of the . hoof ..wps-beueficia, not
content with, making the'saoe.ou 'a tar-.
1 'arous' mod e ; 'on ly' submitted- to from ne
cessity but tliey xiiust'tluvaie-tbe f Jet cn
a three-pronged fixing -- caiied ) caulk,
thereby subjecting the legs to siip.&iLig and
twisting, irritating tne jomtr increasing
the heat, and bakmg.the ean'ilage ol" gris
tle into bone: 'One would think that if
men had the . right, use of theiT percep-.
lions, that ;tliey might' have learnt that
nature thought it proper and, necessary
for the terminus of such .a heavy. body to
have a secure footing, from the shape cf
the hoof; ' . i j
. : ; Ring-bone comts on" all of "the legs, at
times, between the pastern, or ankle joint
and the. coronet,- or top of fthe hoof. It
is called ring-bcne. from its resetnllance
to a ring the enlargement encircling the
bone. Splint comes on :the' inside of. the
leg, under the knee, joint never inducing
lameness, unless iu proximity to the joint
impedes , its. action.'. They seem 'to be
luxurious sprouting-"-of th ostiological
process, generally, disappearing at matu
rity, cr soon after, without the use-of any
remedial, agents. Bene spavin comes on
thy inside ot the hitid legs, below the heck
joiut i a conieal shape. ; Curb ap
pears cn -the outsi de of the hock joint is
au'cbhng or egg shape." The excrescences
are .osbificstiiocs of the cartilag. or gris
tle, turned into bone. They are not pain
ful, because there' u no falling away iri
flrsh, nor no evidonces of - derangement
to the acton'of-th'systeint only when in
motiua, taertt-y jJeclanng. that 'impedi
ment to the action cf ihe.j.'uuti the why
of the lameness. This is farther evmced.
from the fact, that in their iiicipiency.the
horse always gets better after u-iir.-g him.
. Much inore might adrantagebusiy bft
said o:i tlieae. maladies, but newspaper
space forbids it. The cure crinsists'f an
extraction of the ossified elements. Solu
tion by supuration is an impossibility, and
extirpation by manipulations is sheer non sense,
and, .worse. s.The if'olloviug lini
ment, if made cf genuine drugs, and a.
siduously and perseveringly applied, ,wdi
generally be successful in the 'removal,
when they have - n. t transcended the'
bounds of curability, which ia sometimes
the case. ' ' .: ,:: :" - : ': ..
Receipt. Four czs. strong liquor ern-
tru uia ; four ounces spirits cf - turpentine;
pvr-i-.s'.eu'.ndu.-try in-proiJ.'.g' tcr...th
daily wiC.s eui i.ccesiitits cf their h.
fiol J. .; .,, . . ' .
; It i 5 b j t a small, psrt the ed-cs'.ici .
of children, to tea; h th:m to read, writ 3
and cirher. fcr important as thesa are s
Jtnowled ied to be, -it is really cf greyer , r
importa.-X. to. teach them thu skill ar. !
habits, all esssntial to th car:.:::;
honest livelihood; for chiLren tic
ly the fcrr
ler, ma.y leo::r.'.
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.' The "Springfield" Republican sa;3 that
m ii.at city the "muscle" movement" amor;:
thu. school-boys ban, lateLy talcs n a, new
turn. -Before and after school, the, beys
of th-3 Court street schools meet ''and ex
hibit their " agilily by running around
Cuurt square from the timol from 40 to
GO seconds. The amusement is beco.ninj
general, ar.d not only-the boys, but the
?age occupants of Ahe couniy property en-
j'oy the rpcrti-hugeJy. - --'
This is exercise of the right kind ar.d
ill j.h.3 better for being out of'doorsv Vv'ii
wi.-U remember that inour boyhood days
running, jumping, wnstling, pitching
qu6tts,-,kp;r.lin stick," coasting, sliding,
on the ice, (ska las- xA being as common
then a3 r.w), know-balling andoth-jrMu-tle
active and vigorous amusements occu
pied tho'leisufe of school-boys before and
after school hoitrVaLo at the re cesses anil
the hoars'Intertriis'sion.'S'Jch exercises
were conductive to health and manly vig
or, a3 the history 'of by-gene generations
abundantly confirms. Besides these re
creations, boys then in the rural districts
of -the" Commonwealth, were employed
before and after school hours, in the win
ter season, in doing "chores," "chopping
and piling wocd, feeding th3 cattle, hor
ses, hogs, ihsep and poultry; :and" other
useful deeds. These were the best kind
of gymnastics for they not only secured
physical exercise, ia Void", stormy " weath
er at weli as fair,' but those h.st named,
trained the boys tohabits'cf industry and
skill,' which were and are serviceable to
them 'in life, as, many can' now-testify,
both from experience and obajrvaticn.
-Parmer's sons, formerly from the age
of five years to eight, attended school
summer and winter two terrn3-a year,
each of about twelve weeks; after reach
ing the age cf eight they could ailin farm
ing, and henco were'kept out of school in
summer to work. 'attending afterward j
only the winter term xf three mo'v.lls.
Thus'were'ble'udd school anl work, un-
j . . ns- eiknire.i wiiiie q n, o.q. w t.im o ct ii" lurmi.'ig ucr:.i3
or twenty when they left school not uu
frequently qualified some of "ihttn to ob
tain a licence 'to' teach a winter school in
the country. Under this system of edu
cation the name of one occurs to U3, .who
commenced teaching wHen h ? W3S nine-u-en,
and thus ccntinued to do for several
winters' with remarkable success, work
ing cn the farm in . the summer at 813 a
month, until he Tvas offered a situation in
an academy which he sccep'.ed, where he
continue 1 for mar.y years;' teaching with
r'reat satisfaction to both '.td-its anc?
schemers at:d specula'cr?, ro.?urs sul
criminals, but rarely cn-l ?.r.i goc ;
tru.ty citu-.-r.i. -By thi-ir frui:'- rhi'.i yj
know them. ( The ley win i-'ta;;ht tab-'
its cf industry- tn.l trained, thereto, will ".
net depirt ,fro;ii them' when hi becomes
a man. They will accoi:.piuy him' ita'
whatever, business he may er.gag.1, a:.i '
be to him capital, as it were, whoso ia.
"corns will .always furnish all he needj, '
while a pilfrhn'or sojourner in life's pro
bation.". If the habits of industry are net. '
acquired in "chiMh: -d. they are rarely cb-; J
tained afterwards." Hence the best lys-' !
kal arid. prudential education fcr children
and youth of either sex, is that sh:ch '
ircins and fis them to wsrk as well as to"
read and write. ' The be it education fcr
a boy c; girl, is that which trains h:;n cr 1
her .to bow and fits them to do what they'
will have the most need for, when tLc 7 '
become adults. Eosion CuZJracr.
-; Ilaalss fun. . -;
Once, when traveling in a stigc c:i:h, -I
met a young lady who seemed to be cn .
the constant iookeut for something laur;h"
ablej'and not content with laughmg htr '
self. she tcck rreat'pains to rr.ike ctheri '
do the same." 'Now, tratieling ia 1 stg3
cuch is very prcy business. re:;lo in,-'
this titudticn ar i apt to show thcmslvss
peevish snd sc-hlsh; 'so. the young lady's
geed humor wa?, for a time, very ag re 1 a- -Ue
to th- travelers. Every eld tirn was s
made the subject cf a pjising joke, whilo
the cows 'ar.d Lens h... d demurely ca, ,
httfe dreaming that folks could te merry '
at their expanse. , At:imi!s are not senii-1
live ia that re'p-ct. ; Ti.1 y are not l kcly r
to iuve their fce'io.'s 'im,'.rtd b'-ca'uia I .
people make 'tin ef. li;em; bet vh"u .wa j
come t)hcrr,o be;nss. that is xjite aa j'.h-,
er tnirj. So u stem.a to tre: tor altera"
th'-fiei'i'.' s.'.-:r;1rii g htr bag rt :hcoachI
man, atid in a shr.il'voice. bek'in him'to
'op. '.jTh co-.-d 051 !'.- J cocKmau dri".Vj
up his hors-.-i, and ihr g...J t-i lady, -com.
ltiij tu tt;e. It t:
herself thr-.i-jh' two b -i, which we re-trot
only in a horriz-'ir il -'pe't'icn, but vcryi
near togeiher.-.lThe ytug .dy iri .t;.o
stage coich mad sou.e lcditroj ren;ark
and the pangtrj lugh:d. It. see:nld'
verysex'-cialle; for, i ir.-!n.'g ihronhthe.
fence, the eld wo Y.au nde h-td wurk with
her old Hick bonnet, and now takinr a
aeat beside a w-rll 'dressed lady, ' re-iiiy'
looked as if. she had be'n blown there ty
'.v jrl.-;-i. This wis a nev ' ; t" c "
ISA . VI II A L &ST. JCSEFsi f K. U.
v - . ......
D Haywood, St.. Ilannilal.
"n'T,C;; Uc,''"' '-n,n'lai
Adorts tliin method of returning tha iks to the
iyrrltmeii of this .vicic.tv-. Tor the liltial jmtron-ti-toViJ
up. ii J.ira heretofore, itid to announce
u.th h& jut re turn ad from St, LuiiwlLiia
Cf trcrj article of
i Cl.tio', Lin.nfn and Silk: Gocttf.
VUI; MLN'S W'KAU.
T..',!en.r..1 :,aod Silk l"..u -r-biri(t, drser-.
Vtinss I'l-if Hu'o. Stiti er. i A-. Io hi-st. ev
ery tiiio ft R.:itt'.,'U.l eniilJ c.oiro to atray h':cii!--h
ia the c:ijtv-t Rttim. l!e s-il t i.e d. r.rr.riVr
Fuits to (.1 Jr in Cy'.-. t ar.y ctrn r IIou.i;
erywr-ere. lie abls hut so xaaiuaticp of his gud;
Correspond ivitu i.c Frcce::!
". yft?. ' "V-ctr1 ' "j'ti'r "jzi?
- , .. ' - ''-'AND ' -'-'.'' '
. I .Main. Street,- ; ;
Eixovr; viixk, r. t, - :
Mr L'&iy h3 esUbHced'in tH6 rear of bit Bsrbd-shoj,
A BATHING EOOiM.
For tbe accjiucaodaUoii ol thwse wbo c nsicler Cieiii
.ijie. a virtue.
COjCOO LUS Vi COL, WASTED.
... ST. ' JOSEPH, ' JUO. .., .
Two LY.cnsire "Wccn ractcrxs- tre in
ONE NEW-AND FITTED U
With all the Latest Fine Jmprovtments.
We are- prejared to manufacture to order, &nd
havo fcr sale tha following Gid: .
Satinets, Ilcavy and Lilit,
JEJXS TWEEDS, FLAXXELS
WHITE, COLORED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
Xi Inaoy 0,
Ttillcd Ilnsi'js, Colored 17b22c
and Jlirrd, 11-2 Yards wide. .
BlanIvEts. of ali Kinds and all Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COL0R3,
Warr'asted ailGoodd'of the hest material..
tSrWe wul eiohana t'u ahov Goods for TTol
or cash. . , .
Fancy Dying to Order.
T,ro yf : pay each fv.r fcoy amount of "Wool, as
Flour ci gtaotly on hand for sal e. iue test pr.ee
u; t. v,: :i
t ,- ;ro, - u;.l.f
a j;i t
ctid fcr m heat.
LULL & SON.
. Auu-Ht, 23, ISCO.
Ajril 12, 15". 3.
pri::jioi six; iu ?uia..
".'i'.i.v."'.CJ'M Work. ZinrsriVit. Ohio. ,
Te are row i-op-re-1 t. m iiiu'.rt;.re '.r Pren:wrt
S"( cr-l'nn '! !. either Vrt!cal or IT rtycii'il, and
wifite able j.up!y;e de:a v6 1 ve i"--
We ire al nan if u:tninr r-i'" Inip- '.tc J fT .p
o-i-r. ar.o alo PoiCl-t-' Strnm Siar rrju-n-nr. and
e i.ri,!irtl t furuifh every nrtie.le rf-r best qw:i:i
it. tul t iu ier ' rr.'r-f-. rfinirfd in tie ruaii-i ani-r
Furiuce Kvais-.ratoT $& to 10.
. Ctrcu'ar nn.l V i"iy'i let t'irni-'fed n trp'.icati .n.
AUort'.er aaj. cittdto le i :ic;erci-i.eJ wr.i l,e pr..m?;
ty attended to. LUUuLAS UKiii i..-s, .
av'l-ly ' . Zane-vi'le, Ohi-i.
fre-riy ; t;.
i.Ht of the iiUUili-ilt. aiid;'2fcS' t
!- ! tt li .1 I,
5,1 V, ; '
day,' until' tho scab .exfoliates;, and; wUu
the -iallamation that this bUsifriri.IinaV
thent made has all subsided, rep-rat the
u'e of the linament, as at first, until the
'enlargement Hs 'gone. -The animal must
cot te ivorked' during the activity cf the
blister, as that would make the;remdy
worse than the disease. That'st all low.
John Maluock, '
as in the-ca?e vi the witidowj nceuiinilat.
on the internal walls of the Live, which
has caused the destructiou of more fctruns'
o-loujes of bees than any ;one other ca-v.i-y,
except the fatal way of soino bee
keepers' to eVrid-of the" moisture by
by oj ning wide the apertures in the top
and also in the bottom -of the hivej and
thus causing a- current of erternal air
to. pass up .through the interior precisly
the method. to cool a hive in hot weather
and also. thus rendering the bees more
exposed and liable to' be frozen than they
would situated on the .-exterior cf the hive.
Perhaps the -inquirer will now ask
what' is proper'. ventilation ? Simply to.
cive free rent for the air at. th'e top of
of, the hive, and not admitting- any or hot
very little air through ih bottom. Un
der all circumstance? it is requisite to
regulate the. openings in the bottom with
those in the top, which amounts to about
the same thing without the drawbacks cf
inverting- the hire hence that custom.
If I were to answer the special inqui
ry of one of your correspondents, I would
advise him to place his fine swarm in a
dark but not wet cellar, secured from frost
and remove one or more1 of the .glasses
from over the holes in the honey-board.
Rees thus situated will come cut mi the
Spring 'm the best possible condition that
they can bn expectea 10 unaerany circuiu
stance3 whatever. Small feeble swarms,
tKm vntA not endure one half the win
ter if loft cn the stand,' will, if placed
in such a cellar, v go safely through, and
make fine swarms the ensuing summer,
In conclusion, I beg ltave to request
those who have care - of bees in a cold
climate, to render thm proper ventila-
tir n: atid protectioa aiso. Ccf. CourUry
Ger.tlunan. ' - '
The Ohio Methodic Conference at a
I. late meeting, ' '"Ris aired, that after the
s , - ..males. It is not -enough that aU.l or
person into full connection,. who persistg a , wide, full i br.ast b
ia the u of tctacco. .......... frr.nt. V.;t the width: bir.ld. tixwial bu-k
part With:hogs lard or sweet oil ;cice -4 ccmm.pn schcot culture, as is a.med.and
yet it is oouotea Ly some wuetLer any
better men . t'r.4 . citizens are made r.sv.:
than by' the ' old-system. -Then but few
things wre studied and but littlo teich
ing'was doue; now many things are stud
ied an'd much teaching is done; then b;vs
and girls were, required to overcome the
difficulties they met ia their, lessens; now
they' are helped by, teachers or more ad
vanced pupils, thu early paralyzing, as
it were, all self-reliance in the mine's cf
children, and impressing them with the
Colic la Horses. ;
A correspondent1 of the Farmer's Jld
vceate, says : '- :
I knew a Lorse taken with' colic while
on a tread-wheel of .a carding machine,
so that the owner thought he could not
live. He got" three veterinary 6urgeons,
and they did what they' could, and all
decided that the horse must die The
man's .wife,": who '. believed and practiced
hygiene, from the time the horse was ta
ken, tried to persuade her husband to use
a wet bandage, bu't.he insisted ' it would
do no good. After all had given up that
the horse could no longer live, by her en
treaties (the doctor saying it could do no
good or hurt,) he took a thick bed com
forter, bound it around the hcrse. went to
the well and drew water, ana poured it on
till thoroughly soaked. It seemod like a
pot boiling. -In less than fifteen minutes
from the time he commenctd the water
ing process the horse was up and eating,
to the great surprise of the horse doctor,
who knew he could not hv2. 1-e Lorse
did geed tervice afterwards.
w ?. v 1 1 ;
"My dear," said the. '"'you ars yourj,
healthy and hapy; .1 have ben tojool
but that tune ha pas-.; I am now decn-pii
ari'I forio-rs- Trun mh ii takin.T me t3
the death-he d
A - -'
d-:ar-, I shall "bcr 1 a rorr cM woman,--all
r. wor'J wrier?' merry rirjj
convenience cf depending on ethers fcr
what they should know or be able to. do
for themselves. At the present day . there
are quite too many, studies in osr schools
and altogether too much teaching, with
quite too little mental culture, discipline
and training, ai .effeminate manhood
The old system ha this advantage ever
the modern one, to wit: children were
taught some useful employnent while go
ing, to school, and hence while they learn
ed to spell, read, write and cipher, th?y
w'ere taught how to rapport themselves
by manual labor, meanwhile acquiring-
lip. MI .i,.t. ... ir 1 r. r A i fl - aft
vil! U-yn aimvoM-fashicned bonnet a rd
t)ld ar'ifaranee. forccniig thar the7 old
won-.an hi? a epjrit that has loved zzd 3-f-fertd,
and will live forever."
The-coach no.v sno ?d before a E"'r-
loo-iir.- hoys.?, and the old h:!y tc.h.'ycc.
ceno'ed the ??pp.
"How is she?' w?s th-2 first 'treciblirg'
inqujry of the poor mother,
"Just alive,'' tnid the. r.aa 'who wis
leading her in-o the house.
Putting up the step3, th? driver moss!-'
ed his box, and we were upon the read
again. Our mrry ycunr friend placed
her card in her pocket. She was leaning
her head upon her hand ond you may bo
assured I was-net sorry to 5- e atearupoo
her fair young- cheek.-" It a good Ie
son, and cne wehord would dohsrgosi. '
Jhc Teaclih'! or History.
The ai'siingui-hfdl German1 Histcrfin.
Niebuhr, has" laid that, whatever "people
th3 all essential habit cf industry with may tf'kfc cf the practical utility cf his-
A "PoSaf'-or Healtliy Animals.
a right appreciation bf tl:9 imrcrtacce
snd th? duty c rr.aking.- a good u-e of
time. In tb.3 large town3, villages and
cities, there are multitudes of children in
the public schools, who er.t?r them as soon - c" our owu annais c
a th? law will permit anl remain there, I period at which it has Leen corr
tory," it cannot Li drm'd tha: 'an inti
mate ocquaintauce with it is a sure ' pro
pcrvative from being d .-Lied by r.r.7':i
! - i ,t. e . , , . . ' .
BEUKSHIRC 'SWINE, of V.rnixed
' . .. wii. j.rniTKz. -;
ftt)l Likerul! Coca. :
A late, writer says that "a wt-e, ceep &urn,n,r and winter,. spring and fall, un- fdf-spair'cf th? RputiL-, and such a"r;l
tlist in all animal, is an iciou ot a and roi?.?ct can hardly fail t prove ins'rucU
robust constitution, and is, no dcult, the ' . J , .,!.. - ,
rn!t r.f ,h in v'L'Ich breeders' slacul-d I during this period acqoir no physical ivem every season cfpubh? arrtcuensicn.
!iva w - - ' -
X -' !- M - t b . . . -
look, when selectim: eucer males cr t- Lauts or industry, nor education er.cugn a- serving to tnvx tmt the "evi.a" le.i;v
to fit them for any employmf-nt above i d from time to time to : r. 9 vv a '...-. Lava
that of manual labor, while they h?'-e im- j txistid rathr in f ir.cy tha:; in i-:'.. lb.
'.!.-:.,.'- jl'Jill, l-ui i,.t urn... ;.ui"iv.-..- , ., , J ' . . J.i : 1 , L
- - . "1 t v . . 4 "c r. t- i?m biVid a prejudice .atratnst wor-, a:-. tl . . -
; ;IIsIf ihe-woun -have fa' s'-, hair and ; UI d-r and between the tt ow, ( t u' are ..by tgn'.rance am ice ,epi ha::?; to-Lv ,. ,-, v v .
many.of ths other haif dye ii, inxrder o thrcugu the'gi''cf the Liii'j ia'dls- tally tidlt, or disqualified, a. it were, to ihe whha whiti -s&'&r'r
perpetrate the charms of youth.; - JiuaLie in either sax ;'. ' ' y 4 . juke care cfthcnulves or to assist thxi: jec: to it, sstibss die ci l. - . ?
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