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Of 4 nothing but leam BV LJtWIS L, DAVIS. 3fothtag but leaves I Shut I (his be the owe 'Think you, to secure a ho.no fit heaven With nothing but leave*? Notlilag but leave*! Will that crop *u fflce >glM jrou, BltRi with therood and wise? he_good £ '^«WL^t%v h r„€ a t n rutE! oad yo ^ r ,uit -; With nothing but leaves? ' Nothing but leaves 1 Naught else is thine Can you truly be said to have let your light shine? Has your »lamp " " Yet guided no wander ffiti No, nothing but leaves I Nothing but leaves! you the way? Ah! your case Is sad. ou might have had: P AID to providing OTiniDle roMing places for fowl* than J is given to a host of other and le^imw portant matters connected with poultry and poultry houses. We have seen neat, H P°uHry hWM^jfhioh ab^ared I # outsid^Ti^/fo be thc most comfortable? places fowls could wish for yet an inspection of the inside reveal™ Mrootts f rom five to six feet high, f& "*'• fowls. In "ye olclwr times, when light bodied fnJL JZZ T B?e < &5Sw r .„ A ?f" , jf lwni £F , ' e,le,re ttat UouiSl w -^' k «"•*•>» 0^9 <AHhe special accotmts kept at the custom Jttuse is popularly derignatcd, <M Ugg - Conscience Fund." ss man Nothing but leaves! " By their fruit we know » Whether they're it to heleft to grow- If they bear no fruit, they shall Be cut down, .*<{!.•> h -*Mi Pickling Be«r. The Yorkshire (England) hung beef has long been rff«ierv<(fijr tadf fa thus easily prepared: ^ Cut into the ribs or a round of beef "— i 3> tity half a pound of bay salt, a quarter of a pound each of saltpetre and sal pru- Bella, and two hands of juniper berries; mix them with three pounds of common salt and one pound ol coarse sugar, and thoroughly rub the beef itfLqier for a considerable time. Let it lie in a good salting pan, and rub it well with the pickle once a day for at least a fortnight, carefully turning it every time. Take it out. and after drywitr it well with a coarse cloth hang it up to the ceiling of """"" ^jtchen %OT in a chumBMr corner swSMftlit OA ay bffelti-' , cut into rashiers and broiled, but in the latter case it will always eat much better if previously dipped into boiling water. Harrowing: Wheat. Secretary Strattpn, of the Colorado Aboard of Agriculture, in his report to •Governor Routt, among other interest- ing information has the following in re- flation to harrowing wheat: The practice of harrowing winter Tvheat in the spring of the year, has ob- tained Tto< some " -P. M. nwman, oi cunaer county—a imewBatiCkhe, »' field of wheat which failed to have a good stand, and wS^ „wa» every way inferior to the balance of his wheat, decided to harrow the field and note the results. The harrow was faithfully ap- plied when the young wheat was four to six inches high. Many of Mr. Hinman's neighbors, who witnessed the operation, were very free to express their opinion that the wheat would be ruined. Such, however, was not the case, as Mr. Hin- man informed me that imediately after tfee hgwowing, tlje wheat took, on a^et- \-i $5? loqkyand oe^qaenced -'growing rap-; jj M)y ; #H.,ht l^vesj/ tjme: flip field so tteMei gave th^iargest yield for chickens in the rough. Now we have 1 •heavier fowls, are more particular in re*, gaid to the condition of the plumage?" [tensed with, a substitute being read: found in the now popular roos fettfteMfrlich can be made but wi»^„, small outlay of time, labor and monnjL. and are movable, permitting the fancier ' ' erev^rp^cflasary. Them, .adfcW«ttfvo' toldS . and of 2x1 inch slal lhere is no regular length for these benches, from five to six feet beiiw a very convenient Hize, though if the ooi partment be not too wide, thpy capp^ made to conform to the width of the house, being careful to make them set true on the floor, with wide spretu well fastened on .—Poultry Journal. mi 5 7 } cc }""" wuSCKD lhe account is made oul-ttonthly, and Kometimwamountsto thousands of d<>l- J " it wm only $43.30. h( Jars. Lsgt mouth The monW U received *fttm tfiose who liave cheated the government out of its' just revenue. Some of tjjjijp correspond- ence affojtfs an interesting insight into the mjptejies ofsmugglirtK In one let- . > ? ' n iT^ouian^hand, enclos- ing $2^-,the writ «ome gfate witlft -years a duties. and •years ugtvon wh ties. ' She had 1 corftai had worn^ Th case th^yjtvere take thenifaway" the that worn tf to move tham wherevj benches can be jn. teen? ftfotiei fBifcS The Household. MIRACLES,—Four eggs, two cups of sugar, two-thirds of butter, one-half t#*> -panful of ginger, stirred 4hick with <*. ms.—Riur pie plenty furnitures •eogm A! •""1 IB nglMts In storing roots for winter feeding, "never use the house cellar for the pur- pose, for the smell that will continually arise from them and prevade the entire house will not only be unpleasant but may lead to sickness. A barn cellar is the most appropriate place, though we have kept large quantities out of doors, in mounds made for the purpose. We select a high piece of ground, on which lifchtrtotinkftng ol straw; on hit the heap OK roots? is put, eay ab$it a ftvibi^pK in. i gbce^>, aft^r first citfr Tufly rem<mngin#tof®or leaves. After the pile has been nicely rounded up, ——• spread a light cftvoring^otstoaw on-thwm andjthen put on ^hp earth or soil care- fully to-the dep^hoPsix or eichtinches, first m2tiAg'.a , 'jthia»ne^" feKtnfi^xtreme top, with a whisp of straw'placed upright, to afford ventilation. By taking the soil from immediately around the pilelbr cov- ering the roots, better drainage is afforded and they are. $pt\fre# f»m dampness. Aft$rfth$ hp all £ ut on which is necessary, go over eap and pat it down nicely with the •spade, to make it shed the ram Without washing awaytany. or but- littler In this pats- nips, turuips and mangel wurtzels the •entire winter. We always took one heap at a time, when wanted.for use, and con- veyed all to the barn, to -a dark place .free fcum frost. When this lot was used up, we tackled, another heap in the same .y.w-' * If roots are kept in a light and airy place, they will soon shrivel up or rot, and lose much of their value as stock feed; After the heap has been finished and packed down with the spade, it is a good plan to cover with a few inchcs of old straw or fresh litter.front the stable, which will prevent heavy rains from ^ "'VadiiiJjg tJie earth doWjh:' A better sub- " stance 1 is long 'iye straw pltfted around the mound and tied at the top, as this will shed most of. the rain, and if draia- Age>&ljMpe}fy*rofkted f6r, n^ trdtibte need be apprenended.—Cor. Practical -&W 0' K i ,\'AJO ? wet. or irer the ovCT^qErter of a cen- •Q ,tii^»ir1&^eripnce mcthe care of bees, . n"t b?° ; "r tw> °" " ,,f nt honey f<^.b^k^nt whichjisajgateree of u^ers '' years, I will give to the read- and shrubs by day £ad_a faiiy-JUfe \1- "" " ef: A^iS^ptterfor from the ground, iu a dry place; then bore, fine Juolejs in.,thf top of . the Mves, Jor ventilation (nveeig^ta bitt is about the size). Then place Doxes two-thirds -iilled mth dry -straw* to absorb thjejjmojs-, "tare ffoto'the'bees imiprevetit fwciing.- Pack dry strair around the hives, to keep as even k temperature as possible. Give plenty of air. at tbe entrance of the llifeck -but gaiu^-Winat mice. Place a .board, edge niiaea, in front of thp en- ' trance, to, prevenV.inow from drifting \ in^ examine often, and keep the tmssage "clear from snow, ice..and dead oees, to Mild djbya in win- )• otlard. To KILL MOTHS, odorous naphtha over your turniture-j set the furniture out doors some bfjflit windy day, and the naphtha will soon evaporate. Spring and fall are good times to try it. ^ CoiJ6ca«H.-r-Alcohol, one gallon; 'oft of lemon, two ounces; oil of bergamot,, one ounce; oil of lavender, (best Eng- lish) one and one-half drams; oil of orange, four drams; oil of neroli, offe dram; essence of musk, one and one-half ounces; otto of rose, one-half dram; jjcetic, ether, four drams. The mated, " should beof the best quality, and sho^jl be well mixed, allowed to stand for eight days, and filtered through magnesia. ALMOND MACCAROONS.—Blanch (that is, scald and remove the brown skin) £ pound of almonds, and pound in a mor- tar with 1 teaspoonful lemon easence till a smooth paste; add an equal quantity of sifted white sugar and the beaten whites of 2 eggs. Work well together with the pestile till very smooth, then dip the hands in the cold water and work the paste into balls the size of a nut- meg; lay them on white paper an inch apart and put them in a cool oven for forty? minutes. Cocoanut can-be grated and As^in'ihy plage of almrfjds. To' &5NE i TURKEY.—After a. fowl is drawn, take a very, sharp Jcnife and care- fuliy;separat£ thte flesh from the bones., beginning at the wines, and being very careful not to break the skin; scrape the flesh clear from the bones, going from the wings to the breast, then the thighs, then the legs; when all the bones ^are loosened, take hold of the turkey tightly by the neck and give it a pull, when the bones will come out; but this requires the greatest patience and care to do niccly, and it is far better and cheaper to send it to a professional cook to do for S u.; There are^ steel instruments ^or ning tprkey. "* v *" ( OUSTER. PATTiEa^-rltafceiJuff pdsteln this "way: To every pound of nour aid } of a pound of butter, the yoljr ofe 1 use-iee*eold water—chop half tfce butter into tbe^flour, then stir in the ^, :work rtf into* a dough, roll, put thin, 8pwid oi swrie of the butter^ fpld clisely, butter side in, and re-r&l; &o this until the butter is all used up. Treep the paste in a cold place, while yovpre- oysters. Set the oysters «uthe i%a sauce pan, with liquor enough to Sover^them; as soon as they come to a boil, skim them, stir in a little butter and pepper: also, if desired, a^l^le cream. Line your small tins with jfttar past^ut^three^jK folr oysters in each, add 1 a-!itt$ rtjf 1 tte-fkiuor, then cover with paste; bake in a quick oven twenty minutes; while hot, wash over the &p with a beaten egg, using a swab' or biush, and set in the oven a minute sorso to glace. 4 J Rebuilding London. I ti< A London letter to the Newark. JQyily Advertiser says: "London presents the appearance of a city in the course of be- ing rebuilt, tn all directions houses are being torn down for the purpose, of widening existing streets, or makuigjiew ones, or creating squares, or clearing sites for , new blocks of shops, hotels*'or private residencies. The buildiqgSTSbw in course of erection are' invariaMJ® of the most showy and at the same time substantial orders, of architecture. The ro^ll-be&s atV exceedingly firm, and |he surface smooth and hard. The piive- mento are wide, atfqng and welH&id. The gas-lighting is liberal, and occasion- ally tasteful, particularly on the side of the Taames, from Westu to Blackfriars bridge, along the qfiHJgm- r Buys i she brought er frp| Paris a few she^li^ not pay the iC goods in her trunk, . , . . m house officer ex- amined^-it on " ' ! .1.1. that it contained only elating tliat she '•"-i^BlflScer said that in-that nWt dutiable, and let her the onjjHted to inform e only"lime she had , was when she tried them aivtae dressttaker's in Park " Banker" writes as follows: Zi ? n «wl?. ^ returned from .Havana, oringmg with n\6'. 500 cigars as a present to some of my-friends. I had them packed'aWav in the bottom of my trunk, under my clotBJfig. I told ti^e custom >r, wh« house,inspector, when he cameIto look at the trunk, that JT contained no dutiable goods, and he merely opened the trunk and closed it again without making any search. I did ndLhave the least suspi- cion then that the cigars were dutiable, pay duty I had fetched thftti here for sale." Please find enclosed $20, which I hope Vn enough to pay what I owe the government. A " Captain ^-remitted,' $40 ..as a pen- alty foiHris traS€in smuggled gopds. He said thAt when E6 engaged in the smug- gling it was a common practice-for mas- ters of' vessels,to smuggle goods from Europ&in porta Jind selCthem here at a great profit. He further said that the profit from smuggling .was one of the in- ducements heldsOut to officers when they were" employed, and itiat shipowners were constantly looking ta them for smuggled presents. A '^Merchant" forwarded $100, con- fessing that he had been engaged in un- dervaluing goods. ; An "Ex-Customs Officer" sent a con- science-offering of $50, because he had got dresses'for his wife, cigars, liquors and other articles from the ocean steam- ers free of duty. One of the earliest of the annoymous letters received is as follows: " My husband and self visited Europe not long ago, and I bought several hun- dred dollars' worth of goods in Paris and London to bring home 'with me. When we sailed from Liverpool for New York one of my friends told me that I wbuld have to pay the government a big sum on fny dresses. I thought it wouid be nice to cheat Uncle Sain, I did not know what right he had to make me pay him for my clothes. Accordingly I got one of my befriends to hide pgae of the articles in her trunk among her old clothes. . I also placed some in the bot- tom of my husband's trunk unbeknown to hinji, and . the remainder I hid in my own trunk. When we arrived a polite officeraapproached me and.-^aid, 'Did ingupon them and instructing the agents, receiving visitors, and talking with gov- ernment officials and lawyers. It was one of the most amusing sights of all Paris, to sit in the private office, a per- mit for which, under pretence of some business or other, was comparatively easy to obtain, and watch that helpless artist maneuver. When the great states- man's back was toward him he went for bis hair; when the profile was present- ed, for the.nose; when full front face was turned upon him he had tbe most hopeless task of all. Every one knows what a Frenchman's face is under excite- ment, all manner of extraordinary con- tortions imaginable; and the poor fellow sometimes threw down his steel with the most woe-begone idiotic stare that a lean, lank, cadaverous, long-haired, grizzled- bearded, large-eyed, half-starvea dog of a sculptor could put on, till.it verily seemed as though tbe poor fellow, if be had had a thing on his stomach, would have been absolutely seasick in the whirling and heaving that he was forced to submit to. From present appearances, however, the bust will be a complete success, a $ picture true as life, of the you bring any dutiable goods with you, ruling spirit of France to-day, in his madam? I said, 'No, sir,' in the most -ygry-Sest position of intense animation. 'AreVou quite *Y< " ~ innocent way possible. certain, madam?' he said. 'Yes, sir, I am quite certain; I have only got my old clothing with me." He lifted the lid of my trunk and just looked inside, but did no.lt discover anything. After- ward I was given a paper to sign. I did wrong; I know, but I was told that almost everybody acted like me." Accompanying the letter was a fifty- dollar greenback. The only man in thQnnals of Japan who Romantic Origin of the Awa '' Family. The story is a familiar one to the Japanese, and connects the first daimio of theliouse witlr'titfe career of the fam- ous Hideyoshs. ( That eminent warrior and ruler of thfegfxteenth century, the bhQni ever rose from a (pBbeian station to the positioB-vqL^rulejCjOf tbe empire, was a >aug>«faJUl& a ydgrant in his youth. >Vhilewanderingr»n unprotected child n hfSnalTve province, he was accus- tomed to sleep at night in the fields or by tj^euf^isine^-On one occasion, ac- J^the preftor chronicle, he lodged ipon a jwidge in Okasaka, and lily awafbfened by a kick from a powernn and well-armed man, who de was " My name is Saru- matse,""'h8~ ansWgred, "and this is tie highwav. You ^ve no right to djSt^rb me. :Theroad igmjne as much as vbuis. Who are you ? ^ I am Koroku^Mid the other, " I know Koroku of OwiUaj," retorted Sarum^tsu (such was Taiko's nameirF childhood), " for I came, frdm Owari myself. He is a robber anda Will 1 " inh^ It is related^ tfiitt sqne of the niost^oiled *"bis time, instea^iof sliudacity, was amfled ind took him $4| er y and in ^iumy waya&^Mended "him, in returiC HOT which, when he attained the suUr^ne executive control, Taikio madeu >lihe fornJBT'dfBperado a daimio, andendol him xSwJbe province of Awa. The fpung by day aj by>;Jii^it^ But all this is , and &e a&jiect of the cit^^to figured, like < prevent smothering. ( . w |er, if the bees incline to moTe,«iae the. , hive a little, .and remove ^r^dad bee* f :m and dirt from the bftitom^ boar<%abdif ^ it is dry, your TIMB are ail right irpienty * * of honey. ? .. >' - - It^^ is npt extreme cold^ weather that I®. 5 t&TCrish,butiisuddenchmma, i ^.gnd a centii^Aiion^of -cold, as in 18j£i&, ^^^fiiMi*ple/ffie :s «ef!d' winterof 1 $li-S '*V I carried my bees through nicely without In 163^4 my bees wese All right j' -spmg: the extnme dia^Wefl. liyOtk'fecollect^there for bees%> move in the least -. It ia said ^nieuuiot endue much ovey 100-oagrs t«f "ThAfr kwhTmybet^ nWf» ; ®^^*«nr0MlR^hnd filled thelr*hives full for .winter. When your bees come out in warm a*jrs«n4 there is spow on the pound, it lu: modifie a c^rtalA>exteai on a fair facc, by excavations, heaps of rubbish, and the vast piled of dirt f "mne, stone, brick, timber and iron everywEere blocking the streets. There' appears lit- erally n.o end to the rebuilding and re- construction of the metropolis. One set of improvements is no sooner finished than another is begun. In ten years London will probably be more beautiful in every quarter than Paris. Already many foreigners consider London, on the whole, preferable to the butterfly me- tropolis of France, but when the vast changes now progressing are parEly ac- plished, London will be without a lor taste and elegance as a resi- asitis peerless for wealth, influ- ence and population. In the meantime, the stream of tourist travelers, pleas-' ure-seekers, buoness men, invalids, and others^ visiting London, seems tfc he fot- eve| indreaang. Never was anything sebilike it. ; Wonderfol ais the' aay is, thMtorrsw is ggMg^^ed ^ritli marvels, London, is a succession of sur- nobleartm^Sachisuka, now in Lone his liftjWWescendant.—Tahiti TimL. f , rmm Texas Cew-BHJ^ Livj^j A.TSS^flrom San Anton' ~ the Ne*'Orleans Democrat of ^e dlitinctive feat Texira is the cow-boy, tofore there have been but .The cattle and< p.rise^ f|id they never cease.":. ' *' i- : ^ i, I•••"'I. 'frjfipSrV ' setting up day* preMtiiMK, the burial the"'eoffin-lid lom^fY.JflStC' withvtHe "jiiiie. date of Withflie Btej.^oB^flcuoualjseiigravi "'yc^lrfeen called to account by tl papers for his indecency, the unde sought refuge in a plea that the obnox- ious object found its way into the ^vin- dQTf ^hfbsgh inadvertence 1 noi stijr for h: KorOKufwho wi highwayman o| Velac at lfiTWrit, his >«»MSectifl! :: ^0 .. it saw p&Wof "Boniface, lie silent stranger with distinguished politeness, and the*,com- pany around the fire made room for him. But the automaton was not to be won to conversation. He walked up and down the room contemplating his own graces, and presently exclaimed, commandingly: "Landlord, I want supper!". Supper Was 9pread and the stately youth devoured it. Then he re- sumed his, wjnlk, answered not a word to the remarks of the fireside circle of lawyers and judges, and Jackson grew more and more wrathful. " Landlord. I want to go to bedl" was the next de- mand ; and he added, " I want a room to myself." Jackson represented that house was full, and there was no single room to be had; the young fellow waa not to be moved. Jackson disappeared, and shortly returned, announcing that the guest's room was ready. The two went off through the front door, all the companv following, and stopped—at the oora-crib. through the cracks of which a light was shining. " There's your room,' said Jackson. "Do you wish to insult me, sir?" "No infeult at all, sir. You vowed you would not sleep in a room with any one, and demanded a room by yourself. There it is, sir." " I vow I will not sleep there," said the dandy. " Bv the Eternal you shall!" exclaimed Jackson, and grabbing the youth, he sent him at one toss into the crib and locked the door. And there he staid all night, and in the morning he was released and dismissed breakfastless by the impetuous Jackson. This, is a tale related by an ancient lady of Bogersville. 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The Canton advocate (Canton, D.T. [S.D.]). (Canton, D.T. [S.D.]) 1877-12-12 [p ].3fothtag but leaves I Shut I (his be the owe
'Think you, to secure a ho.no fit heaven With nothing but leave*?
Notlilag but leave*! Will that crop *u fflce >glM jrou, BltRi with therood and wise? he_good £
'^«WL^t%vhr„€atn rutE!oad yo^r ,uit-;
With nothing but leaves? '
Nothing but leaves 1 Naught else is thine Can you truly be said to have let your light shine? Has your »lamp " " Yet guided no wander ffiti
No, nothing but leaves I
Nothing but leaves! you
Ah! your case Is sad. ou might have had:
PAID to providing OTiniDle roMing places for fowl* thanJ
is given to a host of other and le^imw portant matters connected with poultry and poultry houses. We have seen neat, H P°uHry hWM^jfhioh ab^ared
I # outsid^Ti^/fo be thc most comfortable? places fowls could wish for yet an inspection of the inside reveal™ Mrootts from five to six feet high, f&
"*'• fowls. In "ye olclwr times, when light bodied fnJL JZZ
TB?e<&5Swr.„A?f",jflwni£F,'e,le,re ttat UouiSl w -^'k «"•*•>»
0^9 <AHhe special accotmts kept at the custom Jttuse is popularly derignatcd,
<MUgg- Conscience Fund."
ss man
Nothing but leaves! " By their fruit we know » Whether they're it to heleft to grow- If they bear no fruit, they shall Be cut down,
.*<{!.•> h -*Mi
Pickling Be«r.
The Yorkshire (England) hung beef has long been rff«ierv<(fijr tadf fa thus easily prepared: ^
Cut into the ribs or a round of beef
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tity half a pound of bay salt, a quarter of a pound each of saltpetre and sal pru- Bella, and two hands of juniper berries; mix them with three pounds of common salt and one pound ol coarse sugar, and thoroughly rub the beef itfLqier for a considerable time. Let it lie in a good salting pan, and rub it well with the pickle once a day for at least a fortnight, carefully turning it every time. Take it out. and after drywitr it well with a coarse cloth hang it up to the ceiling of """"" ^jtchen %OT in a chumBMr corner
swSMftlit OA ay bffelti-'
, cut into rashiers and broiled, but in the latter case it will always eat much better if previously dipped into boiling water.
Harrowing: Wheat. Secretary Strattpn, of the Colorado
Aboard of Agriculture, in his report to •Governor Routt, among other interest­ ing information has the following in re­ flation to harrowing wheat:
"
-P. M. nwman, oi cunaer county—a imewBatiCkhe, »' field of wheat which failed to have a good stand, and wS^ „wa» every way inferior to the balance of his wheat, decided to harrow the field and note the results. The harrow was faithfully ap­ plied when the young wheat was four to six inches high. Many of Mr. Hinman's neighbors, who witnessed the operation, were very free to express their opinion that the wheat would be ruined. Such, however, was not the case, as Mr. Hin- man informed me that imediately after tfee hgwowing, tlje wheat took, on a^et-
\-i $5? loqkyand oe^qaenced -'growing rap-; jj M)y ; #H.,ht l^vesj/ tjme: flip field so
tteMei gave th^iargest yield
for chickens in the rough. Now we have1
•heavier fowls, are more particular in re*, gaid to the condition of the plumage?"
[tensed with, a substitute being read: found in the now popular roos fettfteMfrlich can be made but wi»^„, small outlay of time, labor and monnjL. and are movable, permitting the fancier ' ' erev^rp^cflasary. Them,
.adfcW«ttfvo' toldS . „ and of 2x1 inch slal
lhere is no regular length for these benches, from five to six feet beiiw a very convenient Hize, though if the ooi partment be not too wide, thpy capp^ made to conform to the width of the house, being careful to make them set true on the floor, with wide spretu well fastened on .—Poultry Journal.
mi 57 } cc}""" wuSCKD lhe account is made oul-ttonthly, and Kometimwamountsto thousands of d<>l-
J " it wm only $43.30. h(
Jars. Lsgt mouth The monW U received *fttm tfiose who liave cheated the government out of its' just revenue. Some of tjjjijp correspond­ ence affojtfs an interesting insight into the mjptejies ofsmugglirtK In one let- . > ? 'n iT^ouian^hand, enclos­ ing $2^-,the writ • • «ome gfate witlft -years a duties. and
•years ugtvon wh ties. ' She had 1
corftai had worn^ Th case th^yjtvere take thenifaway" the that worn tf
to move tham wherevj benches can be jn. teen? ftfotiei fBifcS
The Household. MIRACLES,—Four eggs, two cups of
sugar, two-thirds of butter, one-half t#*> -panful of ginger, stirred 4hick with <*.
ms.—Riur pie plenty furnitures
• e o g m A! •""1 IB nglMts
In storing roots for winter feeding, "never use the house cellar for the pur­ pose, for the smell that will continually arise from them and prevade the entire house will not only be unpleasant but may lead to sickness. A barn cellar is the most appropriate place, though we have kept large quantities out of doors, in mounds made for the purpose. We select a high piece of ground, on which
lifchtrtotinkftng ol straw; on hit the heap OK roots? is put, eay ab$it
a ftvibi^pK in. i gbce^>, aft^r first citfr Tufly rem<mngin#tof®or leaves. After the pile has been nicely rounded up,
——• spread a light cftvoring^otstoaw on-thwm andjthen put on ^hp earth or soil care­ fully to-the dep^hoPsix or eichtinches, first m2tiAg'.a,'jthia»ne^" feKtnfi^xtreme top, with a whisp of straw'placed upright, to afford ventilation. By taking the soil from immediately around the pilelbr cov­ ering the roots, better drainage is afforded and they are. $pt\fre# f»m dampness. Aft$rfth$ hp all
£ut on which is necessary, go over eap and pat it down nicely with the
•spade, to make it shed the ram Without washing awaytany. or but- littler In this
pats- nips, turuips and mangel wurtzels the •entire winter. We always took one heap at a time, when wanted.for use, and con­ veyed all to the barn, to -a dark place
.free fcum frost. When this lot was used up, we tackled, another heap in the same
.y.w-' • * If roots are kept in a light and airy
place, they will soon shrivel up or rot, and lose much of their value as stock feed; After the heap has been finished and packed down with the spade, it is a good plan to cover with a few inchcs of old straw or fresh litter.front the stable, which will prevent heavy rains from
^ "'VadiiiJjg tJie earth doWjh:' A better sub- " stance1 is long 'iye straw pltfted around
the mound and tied at the top, as this will shed most of. the rain, and if draia- Age>&ljMpe}fy*rofkted f6r, n^ trdtibte need be apprenended.—Cor. Practical
-&W 0' K i ,\'AJO ?
wet. or
irer the
ovCT^qErter of a cen- •Q ,tii^»ir1&^eripnce mcthe care of bees, .
n"t b?°;"r tw>°" ",,f nt honey f< .b^k^nt whichjisajgateree of u^ers '' years, I will give to the read- and shrubs by day £ad_a faiiy-JUfe \1-
"" " ef: A^iS^ptterfor
from the ground, iu a dry place; then bore, fine Juolejs in.,thf top of . the Mves,
Jor ventilation (nveeig^ta bitt is about the size). Then place Doxes two-thirds
-iilled mth dry -straw* to absorb thjejjmojs-, "tare ffoto'the'bees imiprevetit fwciing.-
Pack dry strair around the hives, to keep as even k temperature as possible. Give plenty of air. at tbe entrance of the llifeck -but gaiu^-Winat mice. Place a
.board, edge niiaea, in front of thp en- ' trance, to, prevenV.inow from drifting
\ in examine often, and keep the tmssage "clear from snow, ice..and dead oees, to
Mild djbya in win-) •
otlard. To KILL MOTHS,
odorous naphtha over your turniture-j set the furniture out doors some bfjflit windy day, and the naphtha will soon evaporate. Spring and fall are good times to try it. ^
CoiJ6ca«H.-r-Alcohol, one gallon; 'oft of lemon, two ounces; oil of bergamot,, one ounce; oil of lavender, (best Eng­ lish) one and one-half drams; oil of orange, four drams; oil of neroli, offe dram; essence of musk, one and one-half ounces; otto of rose, one-half dram; jjcetic, ether, four drams. The mated, " should beof the best quality, and sho^jl be well mixed, allowed to stand for eight days, and filtered through magnesia. ALMOND MACCAROONS.—Blanch (that
is, scald and remove the brown skin) £ pound of almonds, and pound in a mor­ tar with 1 teaspoonful lemon easence till a smooth paste; add an equal quantity of sifted white sugar and the beaten whites of 2 eggs. Work well together with the pestile till very smooth, then dip the hands in the cold water and work the paste into balls the size of a nut­ meg; lay them on white paper an inch apart and put them in a cool oven for forty? minutes. Cocoanut can-be grated and As^in'ihy plage of almrfjds.
To' &5NE i TURKEY.—After a. fowl is drawn, take a very, sharp Jcnife and care- fuliy;separat£ thte flesh from the bones., beginning at the wines, and being very careful not to break the skin; scrape the flesh clear from the bones, going from the wings to the breast, then the thighs, then the legs; when all the bones ^are loosened, take hold of the turkey tightly by the neck and give it a pull, when the bones will come out; but this requires the greatest patience and care to do niccly, and it is far better and cheaper to send it to a professional cook to do for
Su.; There are^ steel instruments ^or ning tprkey. "*v*"
( OUSTER. PATTiEa^-rltafceiJuff pdsteln this "way: To every pound of nour aid } of a pound of butter, the yoljr ofe 1
use-iee*eold water—chop half tfce butter into tbe^flour, then stir in the ^, :work rtf into* a dough, roll, put thin, 8pwid oi swrie of the butter^ fpld clisely, butter side in, and re-r&l; &o this until the butter is all used up. Treep the paste in a cold place, while yovpre-
oysters. Set the oysters «uthe i%a sauce pan, with liquor enough
to Sover^them; as soon as they come to a boil, skim them, stir in a little butter and pepper: also, if desired, a^l^le cream. Line your small tins with jfttar past^ut^three^jK folr oysters in each, add1 a-!itt$ rtjf1 tte-fkiuor, then cover with paste; bake in a quick oven twenty minutes; while hot, wash over the &p with a beaten egg, using a swab' or biush, and set in the oven a minute sorso to glace. • • 4 J
Rebuilding London. • • I ti<
A London letter to the Newark. JQyily Advertiser says: "London presents the appearance of a city in the course of be­ ing rebuilt, tn all directions houses are being torn down for the purpose, of widening existing streets, or makuigjiew ones, or creating squares, or clearing sites for , new blocks of shops, hotels*'or private residencies. The buildiqgSTSbw in course of erection are' invariaMJ® of the most showy and at the same time substantial orders, of architecture. The ro^ll-be&s atV exceedingly firm, and |he surface smooth and hard. The piive- mento are wide, atfqng and welH&id. The gas-lighting is liberal, and occasion­ ally tasteful, particularly on the side of the Taames, from Westu to Blackfriars bridge, along the qfiHJgm-
r Buys i she brought er frp| Paris a few she^li^ not pay the
iC goods in her trunk, . , . . m house officer ex-
amined^-it on " ' ! .1.1. that it contained only elating tliat she
'•"-i^BlflScer said that in-that nWt dutiable, and let her
the onjjHted to inform e only"lime she had
, was when she tried them aivtae dressttaker's in Park
" Banker" writes as follows: Zi ?n «wl?. ^ returned from .Havana,
oringmg with n\6'. 500 cigars as a present to some of my-friends. I had them packed'aWav in the bottom of my trunk, under my clotBJfig. I told ti^e custom
>r, wh« house,inspector, when he cameIto look at the trunk, that JT contained no dutiable goods, and he merely opened the trunk and closed it again without making any search. I did ndLhave the least suspi­ cion then that the cigars were dutiable,
pay duty I had fetched thftti here for sale." Please find enclosed $20, which I hope Vn enough to pay what I owe the government.
A " Captain ^-remitted,' $40 ..as a pen­ alty foiHris traS€in smuggled gopds. He said thAt when E6 engaged in the smug­ gling it was a common practice-for mas­ ters of' vessels,to smuggle goods from Europ&in porta Jind selCthem here at a great profit. He further said that the profit from smuggling .was one of the in­ ducements heldsOut to officers when they were" employed, and itiat shipowners were constantly looking ta them for smuggled presents. •
A '^Merchant" forwarded $100, con­ fessing that he had been engaged in un­ dervaluing goods. ;
An "Ex-Customs Officer" sent a con­ science-offering of $50, because he had got dresses'for his wife, cigars, liquors and other articles from the ocean steam­ ers free of duty.
One of the earliest of the annoymous letters received is as follows:
" My husband and self visited Europe not long ago, and I bought several hun­ dred dollars' worth of goods in Paris and London to bring home 'with me. When we sailed from Liverpool for New York one of my friends told me that I wbuld have to pay the government a big sum on fny dresses. I thought it wouid be nice to cheat Uncle Sain, I did not know what right he had to make me pay him for my clothes. Accordingly I got one of my befriends to hide pgae of the articles in her trunk among her old clothes. . I also placed some in the bot­ tom of my husband's trunk unbeknown to hinji, and . the remainder I hid in my own trunk. When we arrived a polite officeraapproached me and.-^aid, 'Did
ingupon them and instructing the agents, receiving visitors, and talking with gov­ ernment officials and lawyers. It was one of the most amusing sights of all Paris, to sit in the private office, a per­ mit for which, under pretence of some business or other, was comparatively easy to obtain, and watch that helpless artist maneuver. When the great states­ man's back was toward him he went for bis hair; when the profile was present­ ed, for the.nose; when full front face was turned upon him he had tbe most hopeless task of all. Every one knows what a Frenchman's face is under excite­ ment, all manner of extraordinary con­ tortions imaginable; and the poor fellow sometimes threw down his steel with the most woe-begone idiotic stare that a lean, lank, cadaverous, long-haired, grizzled- bearded, large-eyed, half-starvea dog of a sculptor could put on, till.it verily seemed as though tbe poor fellow, if be had had a thing on his stomach, would have been absolutely seasick in the whirling and heaving that he was forced to submit to. From present appearances, however, the bust will be a complete success, a $ picture true as life, of the
you bring any dutiable goods with you, ruling spirit of France to-day, in his madam? I said, 'No, sir,' in the most -ygry-Sest position of intense animation.
'AreVou quite *Y< " ~
innocent way possible. certain, madam?' he said. 'Yes, sir, I am quite certain; I have only got my old clothing with me." He lifted the lid of my trunk and just looked inside, but did no.lt discover anything. After­ ward I was given a paper to sign. I did wrong; I know, but I was told that almost everybody acted like me."
Accompanying the letter was a fifty- dollar greenback.
The
Romantic Origin of the Awa '' Family.
The story is a familiar one to the Japanese, and connects the first daimio of theliouse witlr'titfe career of the fam­ ous Hideyoshs. ( That eminent warrior and ruler of thfegfxteenth century, the
bhQni ever rose from a (pBbeian station to the positioB-vqL^rulejCjOf tbe empire, was a >aug>«faJUl& a ydgrant in his youth. >Vhilewanderingr»n unprotected child n hfSnalTve province, he was accus­
tomed to sleep at night in the fields or by tj^euf^isine^-On one occasion, ac-
J^the preftor chronicle, he lodged ipon a jwidge in Okasaka, and lily awafbfened by a kick from a
powernn and well-armed man, who de was
" My name is Saru- matse,""'h8~ ansWgred, "and this is tie highwav. You ve no right to djSt^rb me. :Theroad igmjne as much as vbuis. Who are you ? I am Koroku^Mid the other, " I know Koroku of OwiUaj," retorted Sarum^tsu (such was Taiko's nameirF childhood), " for I came, frdm Owari myself. He is a robber anda Will1
" inh It is related tfiitt sqne of the niost^oiled *"bis time, instea^iof sliudacity, was amfled ind took him $4|er
y and in ^iumy waya&^Mended "him, in returiC HOT which, when he attained the suUr^ne executive control, Taikio madeu >lihe fornJBT'dfBperado a daimio, andendol him xSwJbe province of Awa. The fpung
by day aj by>;Jii^it But all this is
, and &e a&jiect of the cit^^to figured, like
< prevent smothering. ( . w|er, if the bees incline to moTe,«iae the.
, hive a little, .and remove ^r^dad bee* •f:m and dirt from the bftitom boar<%abdif
it is dry, your TIMB are ail right irpienty * * of honey. ? .. >' -
- It^ is npt extreme cold weather that I®.5 t&TCrish,butiisuddenchmma, i .gnd a centii^Aiion^of -cold, as in 18j£i&, ^^^fiiMi*ple/ffie:s«ef!d' winterof 1 $li-S
'*V I carried my bees through nicely without In 163^4 my bees wese All right
j' -spmg: the extnme
dia^Wefl. liyOtk'fecollect^there
^nieuuiot endue much ovey 100-oagrs t«f "ThAfr kwhTmybet^ nWf»;
®^^*«nr0MlR^hnd filled thelr*hives full for .winter.
When your bees come out in warm a*jrs«n4 there is spow on the pound, it
lu: modifie a c^rtalA>exteai on a fair facc, by excavations, heaps of rubbish, and the vast piled of dirtf"mne, stone, brick, timber and iron everywEere blocking the streets. There' appears lit­ erally n.o end to the rebuilding and re­ construction of the metropolis. One set of improvements is no sooner finished than another is begun. In ten years London will probably be more beautiful in every quarter than Paris. Already many foreigners consider London, on the whole, preferable to the butterfly me­ tropolis of France, but when the vast changes now progressing are parEly ac-
plished, London will be without a lor taste and elegance as a resi- asitis peerless for wealth, influ­
ence and population. In the meantime, the stream of tourist travelers, pleas-' ure-seekers, buoness men, invalids, and others visiting London, seems tfc he fot- eve| indreaang. Never was anything sebilike it. ; Wonderfol ais the' aay is, thMtorrsw is ggMg^^ed ritli marvels, London, is a succession of sur-
nobleartm^Sachisuka, now in Lone his liftjWWescendant.—Tahiti TimL.f ,
rmm Texas Cew-BHJ^ Livj^j
A.TSS^flrom San Anton' ~ the Ne*'Orleans Democrat of ^e dlitinctive feat Texira is the cow-boy, tofore there have been but
.The cattle and<
p.rise f|id they never cease.":. ' * ' i-:^ i , I • • • " ' I . 'frjfipSrV '
setting up day* preMtiiMK, the burial the"'eoffin-lid
lom^fY.JflStC' withvtHe "jiiiie. date of Withflie Btej. oB^flcuoualjseiigravi
"'yc^lrfeen called to account by tl papers for his indecency, the unde sought refuge in a plea that the obnox­ ious object found its way into the vin- dQTf ^hfbsgh inadvertence 1
noi stijr for h: KorOKufwho wi highwayman o|
Velac at lfiTWrit, his >«»MSectifl!
::
p&Wof "Boniface, lie silent stranger with
distinguished politeness, and the*,com­ pany around the fire made room for him. But the automaton was not to be won to conversation. He walked up and down the room contemplating his own graces, and presently exclaimed, commandingly: "Landlord, I want supper!". Supper Was 9pread and the stately youth devoured it. Then he re­ sumed his, wjnlk, answered not a word to the remarks of the fireside circle of lawyers and judges, and Jackson grew more and more wrathful. " Landlord. I want to go to bedl" was the next de­ mand ; and he added, " I want a room to myself." Jackson represented that house was full, and there was no single room to be had; the young fellow waa not to be moved. Jackson disappeared, and shortly returned, announcing that the guest's room was ready. The two went off through the front door, all the companv following, and stopped—at the oora-crib. through the cracks of which a light was shining. " There's your room,' said Jackson. "Do you wish to insult me, sir?" "No infeult at all, sir. You vowed you would not sleep in a room with any one, and demanded a room by yourself. There it is, sir." " I vow I will not sleep there," said the dandy. " Bv the Eternal you shall!" exclaimed Jackson, and grabbing the youth, he sent him at one toss into the crib and locked the door. And there he staid all night, and in the morning he was released and dismissed breakfastless by the impetuous Jackson. This, is a tale related by an ancient lady of Bogersville.
Taking a Likeaesa Under Difficulties. Paris Corres. of the Hartford Times.
Gambetta is the most of a Jehu tuat holds reign in France to-day. During the past two weeks, when everything that he has to do with-has been in the utmost turmoil, that man has been " sit­ ting for a bust" or rather the sculptor has been sitting for it, while Gamhetta was flying about his office, reading let­ ters and writing them, dictating to three
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