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: THIS FARMEIt.
Coatino ror.'"v. .V. Take voui
irmn foal tar; mix wi h il a nall m.nnt.iy
of UlW, fus" th wholrt lojrrihor oyer
quick II . n1 Invirfr 'hl( hitle M
loud, rfF r,KM proutiwl
with common paint Irnsh. Iron cnntotl
wilh ihis will nol MM, but remain m'or
rouYd for yenr. Wire fencp., ntil enst-
of all kiml.i should nnve nn nnmini
conl of this, or Iw if necessary.
Cow Ynns fhouU lie filled with murk,
rliip manure, weak refust, hny,
rtoili clay, and such nrtirlos ns vvi'l uV
rompow, and ly nhs ting urine, l
oiuo imtrop;nntd with nilivo u iiu ipli's
of fertility. The rich en honm-rsius Hindi
mmnntiiiji fr.mi tin manure limp, in well
nil the linuid fiiom cliniiiWrs find ihe
lm)i.lry, should I poured into tin? cow
V-iVd hero it will hrahsoilu'd and econom
ised for the sutcnntiri i f jlutits and tlu
enrichment of votir cultivated lii'lds. A
wcclly .pri!iklH'U f rynsuin wil1 "SS.11
tho tiloorltion i f thoc fluids, nnd tend ni)
to lis the pniiaus and volatile prodti' ts of
dornmpoiition. These aro of vjri-nt viihiu
in tho economy of ve-jctiihlo rejirodui tion,
ond oucht never to I c l.t. Copporas
dissolved in water, and diluted tsulph n i''
nriil, a well aso t and finely powdered
rharconl, may he mod reonomieally for
this purpose, and li -ih" iHeelin.i; a Kivinij
of the IU05t impoittlit produel.s of decent
po'ilion, will a.'t as powerfu' dir-infeelinj
i,,nti pnrifyins thoair nnd neutraliing
tlio i li'eet of tho pefctiferons frn?rs whieh
nro produetd during putrifitetion.
Ci:i.i.a Sep that tho utiuo. t eh an
littess U regarded in your cellar. The
decay of vegetuhle btd.htances in tlieyf re
twiiorioji. omrht never to he allowed.
When permitted, it i.t almost irilain lo
onulocfi di.n. it roiis results. Confined air
j always unwholecome. The putrid ;;nies
eliminated ly most vegetaMes, pos.ses a
venelii iul character, deleterious to health.
Karly in the fprinjr, clean all out, and
pprinklothe floor, which should l e of earth,
wilh quick lime whitewash the walls and
ceiling', and remove every article from
which unplea.-aiit a id poisonous odors can
CJtBMirnTin or Sri ns. The follow
ing method of hastening the germination
of seed, (extracted from the report of the
U. S. Talent Ollkc for 1S11,) having
proved . If of practiclo utility, I have
deemed it worthy of n place in iho column
of thy valuahle paper, viz:
"Indian corn, peas, at d numerous other
seeds, soaked four hours in a tepid solution
of chloride of lime nnd water, mixrd in
the proportion of one fourth of an ounce of
the Jime to a gallon of water, and then
sown in the ordinary way, have leen
known to throw out germs in twenty-four
hours." Tho advantao of such a prepar
ation wan strikingly illustrated during the
past summer wilh some herb seed, pari of
which was so prepared, and part sown in
.the ordinary way without preparation. The
result wasthut the prepared not ou'y came
nn sooner, but most of it vegetated, while
the unprepared came up, much of it being
missing (uermantown lelegrapn.
To make Yeast without Yeast
The following receipt, which we believe
first appeared in Life Illasiraieii, lias i.een
tested and highly approved in the culinrry
department of our family:
For some time past 1 have eaten very
excellent bread made with yeast in the
following manner: take as much pulver
ised baloratus. as will lay on a dime, the
samo ipmutity of salt, nd a tcntpoenfu! of
. sugar. On these three articles pour a
piiit of water. When sufficiently cool, so
as not lo change the nature of the ilour,
stir in as much as will make il into a ftill
batter. The vessel containing this batter
imi; t lie placed inU another ve.stl on
taining water quite warm, but not so hot
ns to cook flour in the hast, and the whole
must be kept Handing in a warm place
until the baiter nearly doubles in bulk,
which will t:ke about six hour.. This
yeat may then be added to Hour enough
to make two good sized loaves of bread,
mixed with warm water, and a teapooo
full of salt, if liked, placed in the pans and
left standing in a warm place a short lime
1'rrr.t Tor 1'i mpkix Sled on Cattle.
I fed my cow wilh the jntiiipkins ul the
rate of half luiahol a day. At that lime
bhewas giving a I out til.t quart i if unlit
per diom, but inroad of tins inm using
tlm quan.iiy, it diminished it. I iiiiTfa.scd
the feed to a bushel 'cr day, tiil there
was a decrease in iho quantity of luilU
until the pumpkins frozj up, thi n i.ho did
not give but four quarts per day. The
cow did not fatten, and the reason fir the
decrease in the quantity of mill,, I rot, Id
not accoiiht for. I then tool; ut ul! the
beods, when, lo, the change! instead of
five quarts of mill; per day, I jjni nearly
nine in a hhort time. (New lhilaud
A Mil has already been invented to
manufacture sugar from the Chinese sugar
cone, by a Mr. Hedjes, of Cincinnati.
We hope our farmers w ill take t'.iat inte
rest in this iiv'w product which its impor
tance merit . At the present ti.no, myrar
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nuiBwimi pjui-H nSnu.mai.illlfi m, (ut fll, .,,., wi,n 8n ovrr,,0.
j;i utioi i, aim 11117 iuni-ai ail, viy nuioii jiui-
lion of the co 'inry liovoieJ to it. culture
nnJ inauufaeture, guarauters, for nn in
dcfiniln time to come, LainLome returns
front it, at a imah less price than it now
comiuaiidi. H it nen if this n wSiinr
rane i ud only for tl,o irixliKiioti c.f
tyrup, the north still gains lare'y. S v-only-five
cent is ww tho avi ratrt? j.rice
nf good syrups; but it can In iiinJe here
fur loss than ha!f that futn. L t tho surjar
cn and buckwheat be a :ie r m i4hlirs
in thij growth a their rroJua aro at 1L0
KUIIL & KAYSER,
Gt. Mtry, Mills County Iowa."
NE W GOODS.
Wi; w!iM roprrtfully finnniiix- tn th
ppoiil jf Mill nml fl.ljoiitluc co i!iir,
Hint wo havn Watril nuwlvrs In lli now
Iti it U n'orr mi tli" rurnpr of I'tnnl slrpi t nnd
Sirp'n Avpiiiip. in Si. Miry, nnd imwli.ivpnn
hninl fl full nml well spIpHpiI BtncW of
n'l.ifitorl tn the wm'.i r I Ii i cotniniinl' y, ron
II TS t, CAI"s,
I'( )( ITS .v, Miors.
Mir;s a Mi.DiriM::?,
II UN I 1 I It II,
W'p nr ilp'prinliiPil Ii "-H I11 rnih piio-
inns ImvT I'nn ii'iv o ii"r p thiisiiihi'ii' i i i
this fiorti.ni of tin1 f'.i'alp. An PxniniiiaMoii of
nnr Rlorti nmt oriPPs will fill Mint is fn-pps- !
! s irv ti c o 1 1 vi r i c V'l of thi-fact. I.nnk nut
f..r 1!ip I
MAMMOTH ERICK STORE! I II
rnoNT ctiii:it, ct. MAnY.
'if All kinds nf ro;intry prmlilPP t ikon in
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nnTi-tf. KtTII. . KAYsr.R.
IF YOU WANT A GOOD rATIia.
FCH.U HIIIK l)
flllin limit ppjuilnr Wii'V'v n Ainprii'n.
J. whirh li.n iinniPili.itrlv iif im iM iip,
sprang into mi Iiiiiiipmp ("trpul itinii. Tiii
rapiil imiTPS"! ii niirpfri!pnpil in Hip ll'i'orv
of .To irii.ilWin, mi. I cm only !t nprnnntp'l fur
hv III" f'lPt that tlip Pn;rip'itrs InvP pinj!ov
ril. without rfC'fil to p,ii' . tin- !Mr Wi i-(-r
of Anii'iii-a. TIh ".N.i'ion" tlip oo'y
tiap'r wliirli pont.iitu tno Wittv. irimorniM
mid nle-.iuun M,eTcne m mar i oinicai ! ,a,lmit, or tile lireat W ollil.
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nloup i worth Hip whole years' Snhscrip' ion. ) s'r'icliic. and ihe other of a humorous char-
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Mri. E. D. E. N. S.vi'hworth, who is well
known a one of Hie Most Popular Wri'ers in
America. In addi'ion to the above, we have
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Mrs. A. 1". L.sw,
Mrs. I'.. I'. Edict,
llenrv W. Ilerhert,
AV. W. Vosdick,
C. A. Page,
A'. P. P.! anna ii,
nnd numerous o'liers.
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tice! we have received from newspapers in
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(IMS C.IWC t 4lie (IU-.1IKI in iiivc HJV io ITIITII.
IT.likc linny city coteiniioranes. Hip Vitm i
, - . . -
Is compose. 1 or s iunu. sunstantiai ami nsefu
of (litusv. wishey-wosjiv atufT fr.nri tiie h in Is
i f craek-biainej authoi j.v Erie City Dis
'It his the noil beautiful engraved IomJ
we ever saw, and it contents ere deeply en
tertainii'". tr.dv delie'ous and soul-absorb-Ing."
Willi .liiisbnrg. Ya. O.K.-ite.
Tliere is if oni fur just such a paper, and
it has ecure.l tvi as trup headi end hearts
to coutrid i s rid.'iiui ss 11. n lilerarv nnd k v
cialworll holds." Wellsbo.oi-h, U. A;i
titor. "It w'l' pio;i lieeome a letdi.i? pajier at the
fireside." Ito.vivtlle, Mo. lliiei 1 1 r.
We sel loin endorse northern pip. Ts, I nt
lo this instance we are forced to n.-ercome j
o ir prej iiliee, ,T:I e.nnu:."id the Na'.io.l to 0 ir '
reader j'lVoy, Ala. V 4in.
rnosrr.cits rim is.7.
i:st:ib!ishe,i Align -t ith, iyi.
Hip pnhliHlipr of thii oM ami firmly-P'tsh-
I IimIm'iI priiipr MkP pli'iiurp in pailinj hip hi
jlpiitionof tlip piihlic to thrir proprnnunp for
tli i rmnin!; ypnr. Snrfi-itPil with politir. Hip
! claim of litpraturc will Ip more thnn pvpr
npprprlatPil hv Hip rendinfr worhl. Wp liavf
I tliprforp nlnailv iimlp nrrnnnrmpnU with
Hip rniio inj tiriunnr loo or wrupri
Willin.i llnwllt (of Knch'inl). Alice Cnrv,
T. N. Arthur,-Mrs. Sonthwotth, Aujintinp
D iSinnp. Mrs. M. A. J)miioii, the author of
We ilii;;n rnmniPni'inc, In Hip firnt iminhpr,
In J.miniy n"xt, tho folio a ins original XuvpI-
'I'll 'nllffA Of, ir llii. if, n 1 1 orn ttoine .llvr
M'illiim I lo wilt, n'l'h'T of "Rural Life in
I'nrrl i ;i." "Ilnmps of the l'nets," &.e., &c.
This is n S'orv of Australian Life, Mr.
M.i-,i:l li.idi.ir lisite.l Ana'ra'ia ev'iresslv :
tvlil. il. ',;,.,.i .,1 nrioi.il.illnir himself wi'hia
tho nmp nml rmn intio s-itiertii tin. ler which
nature .'.ml society present tlu'irnclvca in that
Th" followis? N'n'.elcts will then lie given,
i;.o,iu-'.i prohal.ly not in tlm rx :ct crdvr h-r?
Tli- Story of n Country Girl. T)y Alice
f'arv. An cirii;iii:ii Novelet, written express
ly fur Hip 1'oV,
Ton WM'lurcil If-Tirt. An oriti'inl Novelet,
vri't"n rxprcsilv lr the I'oit, hv T. S. Ar
tletr. 1.1 '.Irhooip T sVi "il . n nriirinal Novelet,
hv tin .Ti'lior of "Mv ('ii:ircsiiiii,' "Zilhih,
or Hie Cliil.l M-ili nn," &e.
'I'll" Q i i!;er's lin'e Oririml N nclet,
hv Mis. Mirv I) nison, mi!'i r of "Mark, the
Sex'oM," 'llome rirlnres.'' i.c.
O'iini! NoveVi. Hy A'liintiiip D icaiinc.
nu Ii ir of "'Hip I.o .t of the Wilderness." fcc,
is also in co irse of preparation for the !s..
We hive also the promiie of a Short and
CiimI-'iiso.I .N uclei, hv Mrs. Siiithwrth, to
inn tl.io'ih abonl nix or ciht nmnherj of the
I i mllitl.in to Hie nhove list of conlrilvi
t ii 'is, we ileslcn ronti lining the usual amo'int
of I'oreieh l.e' ti r", Diiginnl Sketches, ('iioire
Selections Troni M simr-es. Aciicnl'nr.il Arti
cles, (ieneral News, llltnorons Alieclo'es,
View of the Produce and Slock Markets, the
riiil.idclpl.ia Iti tail Mukel. U.ink No'e List,
r.ditori.iis, A.C., A.C., o ir olijcct hein; to ;ive
a C'omolete Iteeiiril as f ip n onr limits will
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an 1 a full development of en ry branch of the
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has always heretofoie, aim to be practical,
mid to he of real and substantial aiUaiitaire
to husbandl y. His course, also, will continue
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i k VTAIP T"ATHT TYITC
A lAtt AJila 1014 AL-L-
TUP. undersigned would respectfully Inform
t;,e ci'i.ens of P.ellcviie and the public gener-
fHy, "ial hi wi.-hetto sell his f irm, which is
1 11 it.nl on the rlatte river
, 111 i-.rtljl, Llllllll,,
1.. C . . ' ...
and consists of 320 sere
V'.'O acres of tins
, . .... . , ..... , , ... .
no n nn-u n 1111 uo ir is, nuu reuar posrs
j -lit a( tes is broke.,, and half a mile from this
I 't 1' acre of as cood timber as can be found
in t!i icniiory. tins r,irm Is situated on
the Stage Roa l from Omaha to Nebraska
Cily, the Plj'.'e River Ferry being right on
the place.. It is altogether a desirable a .-
ration as caa be foundon Hie I'lat'e River, and j
uir riennes or an-l em.venience or ivoo.l
and W.i'er imiirpasse. by any in the Terri
tor. For further particulars apply to the
owner on the .rcuiic3.
("HAS. CI I KISTUP 1 1 Eli,
MACHINIST & COPPER SMITH,
Ii all its Tranches.
BELLEVUE AND OIIAIIA.
AMKIUCAN AND ORIGINAL.
lilt. JUMUAtimtA-AlJti, IUAUAZ.irU
I'.MTr.n nv LntMi G.wiono Ci.ask.
fpiir, ntimhrr fur .T;iniiarv. i, liPirin the
.L Forty-Sprotnl Vol lino of thp KnirkiThock-
rr M.iff ir.inp. , . '
Sinrp the jirirp of 'il)rripfion ha hppn rp-
diippil iroin iivp in hitpp ooiiarn a vrnr. uir mp, ) t,
cirrnl.ition of the KmicRBHsoi kks lias bprii'ii,. mililir.
incrpswu nearly lour io onr. in many pi.icr MirAclfl or I linspiiesv " adiiiii'.ru oy
ten nrp takpn wIiptp thprp was hut one In forp, RVerv one, rotitnihitic, as it iIops, "one lem
hihI tliroiigli tlm year It hni Iippii stpsilily in- ,rc,j panrr3" of r'adin? mUpr in earh mini
crr.iiiiiL'. It Is iiow oIPtpiI S chraji s any ! t,or, niuf forming two volumes year of sir
of the M.iR.i.lne, all tilings ponsiilerpil. In- lmnilreil panes each, or '"twelve hnndrpil"'
sfpatl of innklns new nml prmlitrioin protnlsps, 1 pni-p, f rpailing matter per aiiimin, for O.NR
we xnliinit s few extrsets from notices of late ))(, T.Alt !
immhers, which we ini(;ht exteiul to a immh-r j li.ilioii's Hollar Monthly Is prinipil wilh
of pajps. . new type, upon fine whie paper, nml i's in it-
"Those familiar wilh the r.illlor's Mmi'hlv ler is'rarefnlly mmpiled ml arramjeil hy Hip
'Gossip with his Hoarier, have (loiilitless, hand of Hie 'editor and proprietor, who has
wi-a ourselves, nilmireii me pnrrmiiai sonree
or id wit ond p-iyons'ips. in uns nmuoir
'Tiie Gossip' li'ilils on Its way like xome f.:ir
rivulet ul.uieini am! ilancin1; in the ifiin liine of
M iv moniinir. We used to wonder how
Mr. Clark co'ild hold ont. exppcl ins he nniftt ;
rer'aitily 'let down' in the romim; ti'milierij
h it Ihis'n-imher pives no siirn of eh m ition."'
National Intelligencer, W.nhl'ifto i.
ri.-r.3ir.-, ffrr.l.-.l. tl-li.'h'f'ii 'Ol'l K"ieV !'
Thy name is a s'lf.'es'i.in oT things delectilde
thn nh'ht of thy modeat, Trpsli cover, a hnlm
to spirilml sore eves; n glance wi'hin thee,
het anti lo'c for Hip hlncs. Tho.i hi't piveii
o kind'y h'imor, to ii;-i i :il leli:iffion. and
to fid"-tdittim fun, a -local In' itaH-m,'
wilhont whii h they mi-iht co waailrins nvr
th" domain of le'ters, calli ' row and then'
where a friendly door opened H Ihe-n h it re
fnsiee; tn lie comfort d f r Hip loi of their
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the morp desirable now that the new crop of
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English an'hors, makes fresh Fioine creations
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York Chris' ian Inquirer.
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People of Mills pnd adjoining Counties to the
fact that they are in receipt of their
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which for price and durability ere iinsur
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Drawing In all it variety, useful ( (,e j,,.
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113 Chesnut St., Philada., Pa.
Tootlo &; Greene,
WHOLES LE t RETAIL DEALER?,
Olenwood, Iowa. We beg leave to
cII the attention of the Good People of Mills,
Pottawattamie, Montgomery and Cass conn
lies, Iowa; also, Douglas and Cass counties,
Nebraska, to o irlartresnd late supply of evert
kind of MERCHANDISE, usually kept ii
Western Iowa. Our stock of Groceries l
large nnd complete, having been bought aod
shipped a little lower than our neighbors.--Our
stock of Hardware, Queens ware, Wood
enware. Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps and
Ready-Made Clothing, have all been purchase!
in the Eastern cities, at the lowest cash prices.
Give us a call before you purchase, and if
we do not sell you cheap goods, we will make
our neighbors do so.
(jV Remember the cheapest house Intowf.
TOOTLE & GREENE.
GlenwooJ, Iowa, Oct. 23, 183li. l-tf
CliRrlca A. IlenryvM. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Respect
fully informs the citizens of Nebraska,
that having permanently located in Omaha
city, and liaiing had several years experiercc
in the treatment of Diseaneg incident to the
West, now olfer his professional services to.
those who may favor him wi'h their patronart.
Offlee in C. A. Henry Sl Co'. Drug and Va
riety Store, Omaha city, N. T. l-r
C. A. Ilcnry & Co., ' -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG
GISTS. At the Nr.nR.tsK Drih Stoup,
Omaha city, Nebraska, have on hand and ar
constantly receiving a large anj comp'p'
assortment of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi
cines, Dve Stuir, Liquors, SeCars, Preserved
I'r ill, Confectionaries, .c.,4.e. Physicians
orders filled on a small advance on cosL I-'"
Tlioa. M ten v. Ai.exT Ma'corT II.Orjot-
Micoa, Brothier& Co.
r .WV AND LND AGKXTS,Oinshs H'J
4 Vbraska Territory. io
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