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. — S tate I f ' G azette , I m A, B. Etpioir, Proprietor. AN INDEPENDENT JOUBNAL DEVOTED TO LITEEATUEE AND DOMESTIC INTELLIOENOE. E sta b m s h e d P bio b to I7 9 8 i' f OM M S LXXXIII. LxVNSIKGBlTlUrH, S. ilTUBDAY, APBIL 2, 1881. JIW PuMio vmmnr XO:. 15, T h e C a z e t t e . m r i SATURDAY lOIMlW A. B. ELLIOTT. PM o riftor. Official Paper of the Village. J O B Jh»H IN T llSrG h IX ALL IIS liiUXCHER, Executed with Neatness and Dispatch AT THIS OFFICE. BStoriU a o t o i n r e ^ g columnii 10:e jn.a p i ^ ^ r i a “ A Patriotic Song. Colunlbia I my native land! My heart goes put to thee; Thy flag shall ever wave above A nation that is free; Oiir fathers fought like valiant When foes were at our , gates; There’s not ,a land in all the World Bike our Bnited States !' ill you teH me what your C. L a FliLLERr VIIBAGE S0 RVEYOK Or iiAsrsiNOBUBOH and G keen I sland . Offloe in Troy, MnMo j Halh Entrance IM. L. FANCHER^ FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE fl^gUmANCEl AGEN^ OppoRite the News Room, Lansingburgh. Mrs. HENUlEtTA AMES. B ea l e b m PeriodicalSj Newspapers, stationery, M a g a z ihea, Etc. At the Lansingbargb New* Room. 614 State Street. LanSingburab, N. Y. HYATt & 'COWISTOCK7 ~ lOFiis & Consiors at Lai 610 S tate S t., Lansingburgh, N.Y. EtJGlENE HYATJ. A G. COMSTOCK. S. R. NOYES, WboIeBale and BetaU Dealer in Lehigh. Lackawanna & CUMBERLAND COAL. ts s e s s t s s ^ ^ Cargoes shipped by BaU.or Oanal a t Lowest R. HARRISON, CHEMIST and DE1JS8IST, Watches and Jewehy. Table Cutleiy, Tea Sets.Castors.Cake Baskets, Knives and Forks, etc., etc.. At T h o m a s G o ldsm ith's, Troy House building, a tew doors below Cannon Piaca • oam es H. Adams, DRUG GIST, « 3 5 & 831 S T A T E S T R E E T , Pl^sioians will find the stock of OUemioals aadP(iarmaee-i(io.nl Oempoimds complete, and frun the mostimpiov.d Euglish, French a<'il American manufaoturlrs. All the Presorip- tiaug.Oomp .u idrd Biiieo Dr. Harrisoa estas- y years ago, can I WINES AND LIQUORS, Paints, Oils & aii Staple Drugs R. B. STILES, ItMey & Goiuselor at Law Cor. Richard and State Sts., (Noyes Building, up stairs,) LANSINGBtJBGH, - . N . P o o p a j ’a E a n s lh K b n reh , f c a j and Albany Expraas, In ah the wide,, wide world, my boys, Like oiu* United States ! No North ! no South:!: no E a s t! no West! This nation can divide, Wlule liberty and loyalty In Union hearts abide. The man whi),scorns the stars and shipea A toaitor’s doom awaits; There’s hot adand in all the world Like our tJihtad bUtes I * . „ In aU the wide, wide wodd,: my hoys, Like our United .States ! The women of America Are lovely to behold; nen of each! j after him, With it h e id aloft in her hand. I i ‘ ‘ Thank you, my ^ r i , ” said ing from his hors© to .give pence. “ W ill ^nanieis?” j But the child shook her head, ■ dancing With sunny curls.. ■ “ Sister Rose don’t let us talk to: strangers,’’ said she. The quick biood rushed to Harry Hutton!s face; but he smiled, never- FOB'IUR F i | HuisiiiB and R Onions Will ; excepia tery dj Wet rarnky onei • and eveiy State rave and bold. Ai-e nobloj bravi ■ Yoit cannot find in foroigii'clil A land that with it rales;. There’s not aland iii all the world Like oxu- United States ! In all the wide, wide world; my boys, Like our United States;! In Europe, Asia, Africa, You’ll seek.its like in vain; Our brotherslrom a distant shore Come back toI nss aggt d every year n a For every month and everj It more of love creates; There’s not a land in aU the world Like our United States! In all the wide, wide world, my hoys, Like our United States! - —Albert Ml&y Berg. S I S T E R K O B E The Jnne sunshine was steeping all the meadow lands in gold ; the Wild roses were opening their pink cups along the course of the little brook, tod a fragrant rain of daisies and buttercups followed the “ sWish” of \Harry Hut. ton’s scythe, as he Worked on the hill- V-wd little Bai’bai'a, perched on the ence \yith her lap full of Wild s t iw berries, watched him with a sort of dreamy delight. Haii’y Hutton and his sister Barbara little to! a tangle pf brooding apple tree boughs, one could see the steep gable-roofs of the bid olOmhing viHage maiden wondered that Harold could b6 content with only old Betsey to keep house for him, and lit'le Barbara to be company in the big, echoing rooms. “ He can m a n y if he chopseSj’’saicl Alice Lee, w ith a sidelong glance at the mirror. “ He’s rich ! ” “ Y e s,if!” said Amy Yokes, saucily. “ But you know he has never the south; 1 light one.’ So there he was, all unfettered by love as yet^straight, manly, beautiful to look upon as Apollo’s self, with the ‘Oh, it!”t face half in shadow. “ I t was so n ice!” said Barbara. Hany, if yon could only have seen i !’ “ Nonsense!” said Hany, flinging down his se^he and leaning up for a moment against the fence. “A eoinmon traveling cii’ous! I can’t think, little Bab, how Uncle Potter ever let you go to such a place!” ‘‘But the lions!” cried Barbara. “And the elephants! And the lovely young lady that rode on the Wliite pony, and jumped tlu’ough the garlands of roses! Oh, Hany, do take me again! Just once, dear Harry! ” And she threW her aims around his d press to his bronzed face. Steamboat oMoiraleltat State and Elizal Holek will — .j,.Sanda. with all trains, iido t! aboth streets, 0^^ _______ ----- J1 receive due attention, and returns I iiTiTn+ T i \ i promptly made. Choeka or orders Iclttat at tbe , ’ ___________ [ tbe ; Troy, ^ b o I d e e d !” dbrst W l a t J . R . W a f t e n 's , ^ ^ Willard & “A eiroiis, in- And nothing would induce him to go and see “ Mademoiselle Rbsita Eavenj the Dansense and Equestrian Queen;” who formed the most attractive star of the traveling circus. “ Her very name is enoivgh for me,’ ; said H any Hutton, with a shi'ug of the • ■ \ ■ M e d ' - i broad, flnely-modek„ j, ■ “ A painted, spangled popin WM. O’CONNOa, DMUX nt JOJL nMM oy n f f i , m n i vegetables her life to make the gaping crowd stan Nd, I ’ve no curiosity at all to sbe;yoi Mademoiselle Epsita Raven!” > Thtoe was a little one-storiedibci’ttage, however, on the outskirts of the village liidely-huilt nook, with a popula reputation of being “ haunjed;’! and about this time it obtained a tenant—a; mtation of bein{ )ut this time it o1 dark-browed, soberly-dressed yoiing i woman, who was usually mending stockings or hearing lessons for two ■ ■ (d little ISTo. 626 Stat® Street. GEORGE H. LEMPE, 611 State St., Hoots, Gaiters I‘ric3s jii.'g to I'roy. tti Suit th( “ ’•V ,- lA N S I I liQ iH lIR N t le Times ! blue-eyed, golden-tressed little maids, who played around the door-stone; and as H a n y Hutton, Whose business fi-e-i quently took him into the rillage, rode past the huinble domieile, he looked with a sort of pleasure iipon the moitog pictures at the cottage door, and won­ dered, vaguely, why the little blondes and their olive-faced young protectress were so unlike. “ They are Uke twin daisies,”, he said, to himself; \but she is a royal rose. J wonder who they can b e ? ” One day his tha road. D m horse dropped a shoe In a dl t W l ittlf :lMiW zea iter Rose ; “ Nevertheless, is quite right,” said he. I am much obliged to you, my pretty maid?” ^ And the: next time he passed the cot tage the picture he saw through th e ' harf-dlosed lattice was pretty beyond expression—Sister Rose at her seWingV the queenly brow half bent, the black braids drooping on the neck, and the children reciting their cateehisn shrill chorus, to her, ehiipiitg out.; “ ‘ To get mine own living! :and to do my duty in that state of life to which it shall .please God to call m e !” ’ “ And that is a lesson,’’ the 3 man thought, to himself, “ which great maUy of us are slow enough i learn. Sister Rose is bringing up h« little ones in the right away. I' wondi how She came to be living in Pollard’s ottage, though ?” So that 1 When a week after little ’ Baibara was nearly drowned by the up­ setting of a boat in the pond below, and they earned her to Pollard’s cot­ tage, the whole thing seemed a curious 'Coincidence. She Was sitting up, all wrapped in blankets, in Sister Rose’s b ig rocking- chair, when her brothel', who had been sent for, came h u n iedly in. . He raised the hat that shadowed his pale face when he saw the beautiful young brunette who was bending ovei Ins little sister. “Tam not intruding, I hope?’’ ho said, with all chivalrous courtesy. ' And she answered: “ Not in the least, sir.” “ Oh, Harry, H a n y !” cried breathless little Barbara, “ she has bton so good to' me! I was dj’ing and she brought me back to life!” “ 1 thank her from the bottom of my heart !” said Harold Hutton, with a qUiyer in bisVaice. . _ So the acquaintance began; t o d oire month from that hour Harry Hutton, the owner of Hutton Farm’s broadlad acres, the Adonis of the village, the mark of many a matrimonial schemer’s flower- garlanded aiT’ow, asked Sister. Rose—^ whose real name be had discovered to be Rose Blanchard—to be his wife. She lifted the liquid. Oriental eyes Jo his face with sweet gravity. “ I cannot many, Mi’. Hutton,” she said. “ I have my b rother’s tWp orphi children to maintain and educate, vowed it on his death-bed.” “ Nor would I have you break that vow,” said Hany, eagerly. “ They shall become my sacred charge, also. They shall be brought up, carefully and ten­ derly, with my Barbara.” But still she shook h er head. “ Mr. Hutton,” said she, “ we think difierently on many subjects. You were born to a peaceful competence, while I — have alw aj'shadto fight my own way with the world. Oni’ life-paths lie “ By the sun that shines above us at this moment,” cried Hutton, “ they shall i together h e nceforth!” But she smiled that sad. Madonna­ like smUe at his eager enthusiasm. ‘You do not know Who I am,*\ said “ I know that yon aa-e an angel!” “ I am Mademoiselle Eosita Raven, the ciicus gill,” she said, speaking with a little eflbrt. “ The company leave Millville next week, and I must go with them. The childi'en’s mother was a circus girl, also. My brother saw her and fell in love with her, H e was the scene-painter of a theater; and when ■ ley were dead, there were the children, had to do something for them, so I turned‘Equestrienne Queen,’ also. It was not a lofty walk of life, but it was all I could do, and I have done my best. I would not let Barbara tell you who I was, :because---becaiise I dreaded that you should knoW. B u t it would have been better had her childish tongue betrayed it, for now---now I have h ad to tell it myself.” »i» HOME. ifOnlous almost toy soil' •. one, or a veiy to:^6toi, a little ; l and Hessian fly they confer a positive ! Six lluiulrcd Miles oil B BicyclCi .i. ^ . 1 ' ___ i.1 ____ Tvr.. -n-nv.,.,- xr Uovi+iov last totniher inclined to sand, is « ,good as and per- haps the b est of an ] | 'Tt.mnst be made very rich. A Igi’ge |s6p of onions from poor soil, without igMiui’e, is an impos­ sibility. Any kind « b arnyard or stable manure will an8we^.«iprovided there is plenty of it. If i§ ja coarse plow it under; if it is w e ll.^ tted or is fine compost put at lea%^.ltoo-half of it on . not u i |i S r t ^ n t , so thoroughly drai^^d. Will stand either on tbu- hedsorin the ..'Afterharrowingand - .............. beds; should be carefully U^ked by h tod with fine steel-toothed r ^ l ^ We toe ndw ready for the seed. |ctQW with a hand- soWer, making the rq^jl About twdve or rtaen inches apart,i;^d: sowing thi’ee jfion as the rows ■iegfin. going ivator. thirtai apar^l^ d : sc half pounds p e |\ tore, or as near inefit; in other instances they destroy ! Mr. Henry M. Bentley last s )th friends and enemies. Bii’ds that j: journeyed 600 miles nn a bicycle. 0 orilv Dartiv insectivorous, and. Which ; :spendi»g the early months o f tlie mer in and about Hudson, N. Y\ ing that part of the country from the ' saddle of a bicycle, he Was asked b y l Mr. daines Merriliew, superintondeut | ‘ BEMGIOIJS SEWS AND NOTES. The Proteslants have built foui’teetf stomachs of many such birds, and JW’ robin, and the ;ticuiorly the American only cul’culio he ever found in toy of, these was a single one in a whole oherr Which the bird had bolted entiiMj Robins had proved very destiuotive t ; liis grapes, but had not assisted at all in protecting his cabbages growing alom side his fruit garden, 'these vegetabh Were nearly destroyed by the lavco. of /the cabbage fly, which would liave af- : forded the birds many fine, rich meals. This comparatively feeble insect has been allowed by the throngs of birds to siiread over the whole continent. A naturalist iii one of the WesLern S ta tes; had examined several species of the thrush, and found they had eaten most­ ly that class of insects known Mends. After chuvehes in Rome since 1870. th sum- ■ ^ the Ish of the China coasji is one, topside, Joss pidgin of the \Western Union telegraph com- about the fii’st of September, gentlemen,, accompanied by Mr. Merri- bew’s son, a lad of twelve years, started HuJfcOn, workiixgtheirWay through 0 Sai - The total amount of 'mon; iey oontri- iciation in was about $20,000-^a noble' example to tbe youtb of America. It is reported that Miss, \Yonge gave ____ tbo profits of ‘‘ The Heir of Redolyffe,” New York to Saratoga. They traveled ker i ^ s t f a m o u s t i t o’!* leisurely, averaging about tbirty-five tnilAs a day. They calried nothing but a coat and extra flannel shirt, strapped to their bicycles; but they sent their valises by express from point to point. When convenient., Eveiywhero they PoiA'ro P uffs .—T wo cups of cold aa.shed p o tato toe es s ; stir, into this one iea- poonful of m e lted butter,; two well ma.shed p o ta ; that as possi can be seen disi through them The weeds in t to row|miiist be piUled ; .fceaten eggs, and one cup of milk or out by hand. If a gpbd crop is Wtoted eream. Pour into a deep dish, and bake they must be kept elpto- I ImoW of no m a quick oven. crop that is more im p tient of neglect enmn C ake . -O n e cup sugar, half „ than tkp1:«>pa What ,is s ti ll. eup of butter, one egg well beaten, one it rarely r e » s tod yields a ' mrgo cup of eider, one teaspoonful of stop if it is .allowed to become . floiu-suflaeient to make it as thick ovex-runwithwtods wM eyou^^ After as pound cake. Oneeup of raisins can the onions npen, winch is generally m ! be added if tlesii-ed. et them lie ■ P eied A ppees .— .Quarter tart apples le Weeto to ^yithout, p eeling; have some nice salt When convenient., Eveiywhero Went they created great oxcitemi : among the country people, their deparit ure from a town grtheiing great sfowds. The country people could not imder- stand the object of bicycle riding, and many an amusuig dialogue took place. ■tenmin- ■ An honest farmer, after -viewing the ma- cliine in n Wonderment for five or ti es. Would “ Trying to sell “ No.” cliine i W onderment fo r five ute s. Would ask: \Where ai’e yon goinj we have no obj< them lary sliip, and 810,000, the profi.t/'pf “ Daisy Chain,’’ to building a mis- church at Auckland, New Zea- sionai sionary professorship in Eiehmond college (Baptist) in order to become general agent of the Peabody fund. The banner Baptist State is Georgia, ;s 235,881 members. m There were The ntunber worse it rarely reopvbfs t o large crop if it is allowed •■’rwee.- it, jmll them up? and let on the groimd for two’oi’ thi’ee dry, then top a n d 't o f them away on 1 porkfiying, or butter if preferi shelves in a cool and; airy phice an d : lay the apples close togethei; 1 leave them until sold * o r u n til they are j down; cover till well steamed ; then im- in danger of freezing,^’hen they should cover and brown both sides, turning and be stored away in their winter quarters, j watching closely to prevent bui-ning. - J . M. Smith, in Nei^ l orh Tribune. ^ Yia’s F oot C heese . - B o II the hocks T- - • ' and feet of equal quantity loose in apot The Canses Of Xameues*. ' till the meat will fall freely from the 3nt wi'itea to an English ! b ones; season well With pepper and corns, foot-foimdei's and foot-lameness I Woicestei sauce. with its 2i 12,933 baptisms last year. The number of churches is 2,765, tod of pastors The statistical tables of tbe Lutheran I church, lately published, show a grand ig; to the fairV” 914,863 communicants, em- iectiye point.” ..braced in fifty-nine synods. ..This • ” makes the increase during 1880 con- ' siderably over 100,000. If *the same “ What do you do with them then V’’ j ratio of increase continues throt “ Ride around the country.” 1881 1881 the. Lutheran church will be one ibers in ' the Ride around the country.” What for ‘i\’ , of tho sti’ongest in numbers in ' tue Pleasure.” . countiy, and surpassed in membership How much do you make by it V’ j only by the Baptists and Methodists. Nothing whatever; on the contrary, -r ------ . it costs a good deal Of money.’’ _ _ i S o S I k no mom A correspondent exchange:\ ih-om. the r r 3^4 S w M k iS^plBgue 2 . The shoe is beht' forcibly upwtod, U’cssure that is t! ameness and fever in the feet, course -violent-hammering along-hai-d roads, particulariy with unseasoned horses, wiU, h '\me thodisease. h»s often been noticed that during the prevalence of pestilential diseases physicians, undertakers, nni-ses and grave diggers; whose business compelled constant liability to infection, have usually escaped in a gi-eatest injury is workefi, I adopted,jnany years ago, the plan i of changing the shoes once every fort-1 night. New shoes are often not wanted, j is afraid o horses, wiU, in ti kapok most horses’ escapea in a for greater ratio feet and legs to pieces; but even here numbers would wan-ant. the double action of the heel and shoe I “charm” of this immunity from pressure is the means by which the j pi'evailing scourge is very simj are not scared. They are posil id repel its attac eat ally of death. -Whoever disease is in a negative cou- All that is needed is to beat out the dition, and really invites its approach. Fear is a g: shoes in the pit adopteu, me »uape < n-amber of nails, the manner in whic the foot is prepared for shoeing, are of minor importance. The foot will have a chance eveiy foiu-teen days of expand­ ing into its natural for^, the pressure which causes foot-ltoieness will not oc­ cur, and the horsemenyfll find that few ordinai-y smiths cannot be tnisted to shoe their horses With safety'and sue- My experience tells me that if a hoi-se is thoroughly weU treated liis hoofs will often last longer than Ms teeth. Some time after they are thirty yeai-s old tlie latter will often become so veiy imper­ fect that the animal caimot nouiish him­ self on the best oi-dinai-y food. Per­ haps on mashed and steamed food he might go on to some time longer, or, if in France, lie might be so fed for the horse meat market, I have myself had several favorite horses that had never been lamed iii their Iiv.es during many years of hard Work, but that failed in the teeth at last. 1 believe that pei-sons Who shoe their horses once a month will experience great difficulty in finding a good shoe- ng smith. Those Who change the shoes once a fortnight Will seldom meet with a bad one. And thus it is the world over. The brave die b ut once, while cowards die many times. Much unnecessary alarm exists in every community in regard to many diseases. We are, it is true, all liable to sickness and death. But if we are sober, c. need have no fear of disease of body or . “ Mistakes of the Compositor.'’ Some one has. taken the jiaiiis to col­ lect for the OMcago Times some of the more famous typogi-apMcal blunders of recent days—of the proofreader on the Herald, who underscored the UUe of the hymn, “ Hark, T he H eraiid angels sing I ” so as to give due credit to his owii paper; of the World!s report of a political meet­ ing—” the snoiits (for shouts) of 10,000 Democrats rent the air;” of Gath’s Fourth mid the Ticket Agent, ., “ But,” the fai-mer would ask. “ What | reim-meu ucket agent, a man .now ®'^® '=' i n i t ? ” and being told tWw.niere was I “ mercantile pnrsmt, and nev in the operation, would walk who looks back with a profound melan- :h an incredulous look, totally at choly, and remorse to his wicked cm-eer, as he sailed in as a ticket agent, told me that once, in his sinful days, he was em­ ployed at OMcago on a tM-ongli line from that incoiporated Boi-oas on the lake to New York city, which, made up of anew combination, was “ bucking’) against Vanderbilt. To extend its cus­ tom the combination had at OMcago a eoiqis of able-bodied rutoers, to seize wayfarers by the throat and fetch theni loss to understand bow people could travel ai'ound in that manner for noth­ ing. \While resting by tho roadside a man in a wagon would pull up, tipon first sight of the strange mtohine, and pour forth a string of questions begin­ ning -with “ What is it?” and ending with “ \Wliat’s in it?” At a-'county fair visited by the travelers an old lady asked a gentleman whom she had noticeJ . talking toqne of the toiuists, “ \ ^ a l ; up to the ticket agent, where the ihnO- a big; Im, bicyclers- “ Ride around the country ' “ Kind of queer, ain't they ?” ' Yes, somewhat gone, you know.” “ Poor men, isn’t it a pity ?” A very intelligent-looking foi-mer look­ ed at the sti-ani curiosity, and tl tiymen toe 3 some time in silent gskeil: “ \Wliatcoun- He was told they were Italians, V-hich he unhesitatini believed, notwithstanding the con‘ English of the travelers, and asked a believed, notw ithstanding th e con‘e< reat many questions concerning the Terence of climates of America and [elphia it than ly qiiesl of olimi At Saratoga the bi( ib y a friends with hardly less amazement that exHbited by the coimti-y people. On the home trip they took in New York city, and came home by the Bound Brook route—that is, by the roads along that line of railway. During all the time Mr. Merrihew’s son rode Ms ma- cMne with the others, and has probably ridden a larger distance on a bicycle than any lad of Ms age in the country. Ml-. Bentley laughingly remarked that he himself might set up for the cham­ pion heavy-weight amateur bicyeliot, ling-noing-no recordecord of a manan forty-rty and weighing 190 thei-o be r of a m fo eight yeai-s of pounds ha' having 1 I long a dis- m ibiualion. whg 'frished to purchase a ^cket forjfe’B: York by the way bf Olevelauifi.. Biit^ ^ evidently the old white-hatted, loose-^\^ trousered, coarse-booted countiyman, with his white head and goggling look, did not kno-w what he wanted. It was for the ticket agent to care for Mm, and so he rattled on with ticket in hand until the-venerable, goggle-eyed old' shuffle-toes had extracted from a fat wallet the price and shambled awkwardly- asked a friend, who office, “ do you i you sold a ticket to then ?” “ Some old fool of a corn-cracker.” “ Not a bit of it—that W’os Horace Greeley.” “ Ger wMlIicaus! and he wanted to “ Say, old fellow,” ai happened to bo in th* know who you sold a ticket ti Eccentric Russiahg. Solamonsky’s famous cirous has re- o f M y o r a tira tooto Siyen immortal declaration penned by Thomas I “ performances the chief at- Jeft'orson at which “ Thomas reeled,” he ^-actions of which were a lovely trapezisf of “ thrones Emma Jutau anil a leai-ned pig, exhibited nightly by Tanti, the leading clown of the establishment. Two of Moscow’s wealthiest anil most extrava- 5 made to say, i led;” a local i-«porter “ Rose—my Rose!” luDcct FKlcn At the meeting c York agrici He advanced boldly, his ai-ms out. Rochester, Siie stood still a second and then ut­ tered a little, sobbing ciy, and fled to the safe shelter of his breast. “ Yours!” she cried—“ yours forever, Tyou love me still, now that you know 11! But: I had been told that you spoke disparagingly of me—” “ Not of you, dearest, in particular,” he explained, with a pang of remorse-^ “ only of the stupid idea I had formed you. For 1 never had seen yon -when I spoke those silly words. .And my self- asserting idiocy stands rebuked before the purity of yonr true presence.” So Hutton farm got a inistress, tod little Barbara plays in the sunshine with the two golden-ha,ired orphan children. And Sister Rose grows sweeter and more beantifnl -with every day; add Harold Hutton is firmly convinced that he i# the happiest man in aU the -world. AndaOiihftMd trutL heisi ami Flics, the Western New 3o;oiety, held at hofessoi* W. Sanndei-s, of Ontario, said that i t was a oomnion error Bultura untano, saia tnat it was a common error that all insects are pests to the cultiva­ tor. There toe mtoy parasites or use­ ful ones which prey on our insect ene­ mies. Out of seven thousand described inseots in tMs country, ;pnly about fifty have proved destructive to our crops. Parasites are maoh moi-p numerous. Among lepidopterous insects (butterflies, etc.,) there ni-e very few noxious'speoies j many totive friends are foimfl among, the Hymenop- tera (wasps, etc.,) the ichneumon flies pre-eminently to ; tod. in the order Hemiptera (bilgS prppert are several tha destroy our eneflues. Hence the -veiy common ertor, thrt birdP wMch destroy reverend “ p r e late” was described as I __ ,i “ the death of a ph-ate;” in a sermon a clergyman Was tonounced about “ a woman clothed instead of sanctity; and the subject, “ Influence of Rome on the Formation of Ohristianity,” got into print as the Tor, thto b insects are bCtofliiM to as they are more likely to destroy our insect friends than the fOwer enehues. Those .known as flycatchers stoy do. neither harm nor good; to fto to ihOy a. v - V v - - ‘ ■••J,;. . . . . “ Thomas reeled, instead re represented Talniage as reading the well-known hymn tlm.s: “ Nearer, by God, to thee I ” \ Instead of the fiat of the New Yoik paper spoke of me ••ii.ss o^^ these professional I isky’s per- imptly purchased ^ presented it to not as the dispatch said, “ by the fai-niers I pulling down the Indians’ tents and cor­ rals,” but “ the Indians’ beets and ear- taken a violent fancy to a hoi-se belonging to Salamom forming stud, they promptly pure the animal for £600, and presentei \ Influence of Rum upon the Digestion The compiler, says the re added the Con­ necticut editor who wi-ote what he enti- of Humanity.” Detroit Free Press, to Ms collection t] tied, light to 1, \ l a f i There would like to eat the learned pig; atjiiuuu u,, opened negotiations with Signor in ^ s r n t i r Pl^iloBopker and Mend, iL., Mr the acquisition of that accomplished creatm-e. Tanti, -who loved his pig, and was sentimentally reluctant to part with it, set upon it, more in jest than eai-nest, a price so extravagtot, £200, as to be, in his opinion, absolutely prohibitive. The \ eccentrics,” however, closed with Mm at once, paid for the pig, conveyed it to I it should have added ihe story of the Con- sually fihe article. No Balm in Gilead?’ and awoke next morning to see it read ‘‘Is Thtoe No Bam in Guilford?” Bishop Harris, Episcopal, of Michi gan recently consecrated a rich young law­ yer, G. Mott Williams, to “ the limited diaoonate.” Tflat is, wMle not aflan- doning his profession, Mr. \Williams will devote a part of etoh day to SMisting irtotSHfl pasttit #ttrki, . - ; the Hermitage restaiutot, caused there to be slaughtered, roasted whol and served up os “ eochon roti a ja Tanti,” under wMch culinary designation -hey partook of it heai-tily. It is att aokne-wiedged fact that among the modern maoMnes none work but fine results with more ingenuity of - , . , design, workmansMp, or oarefdl oorre- 3 , 600,600 cwt. of paper. ^TMs^irambto latlon of weight, strength and material, i« exceeded only by the United Sttoes, iisioji of movement of parts, “ Yes, he is billed to lecture there, and the Tribune tvill give ymu- i-ombina^ tion the deuce for the swindle.” “ That’s so. Here, you put youi' cheek to this hole till I find Mm.” Away ran the ticket agent. It was not diffleult to find the hotel at whidi the venerable pMlosopher lodged. The ticket agent found Mm in the reading- room poring over a late issue of the Tribune. He tapped Horace on the shoulder, and the pMlosopher looked up with the childlilie expression of Ms that seemed to come out from open eyes and mouth “ I beg youi- pardon,” said the agent, “jbut I sold 3’ou a ticket to New York awhile since, and I made a mistake.I’ “ In the money, I suppose ?” replied Horace, dryly. “ No, sir; in tho route. I remember after you left you said Cleveland, Npw the ticket I gave you will not take you to Cleveland.” “ The deuce it won’t,” cried Greeley, starting up. “ Well, young man, I can tell you that would be a { pointment to Cleveland.” “ I don’t know anything about that; but I did not want any man to miss Ms way through any fault of mine. So I ’ve been in every hotel in Chicago after you.” “ The deuce you have ? ” “ I have. There is the right ticket. It’s over a rival line. Biit my hpno’‘> sir, rises above trick. 1 bought the right ticket for you, and if you give me the old one we will be even.” “ Young man,” said Horace, flsMng from his capacious pocket the ticket of the combination, “ you ai-e very good-r; too good; come to think of it, too good for a ticket agent. Leave that, good young man, before your innocent natui-e is con-upted, or yom- patent screw and podauger line is bUrsted up. Go West; - -1, go West.”—TF\asAi«fifto« i gi-eat disap- S f i / . There were in Germany in 1878 C4fi paper mills which together prodneefl 3,600,000 cwt. of paper. This numbei: Where 667 mille were at w«k in 1876^ tuiming out but 3t600|000 owti ’ < ' ■-) 4

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