« ZurückWeiter »
Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for
York State, Mich.) Pennsylvania, Ohio,l tucky - Misli nessee, Georgia, Ala.
Mississippi f La.
though they were cut out of marble.
Women feel their hearts much more attracted towards a son who tenderly reserves for his bodies or almost any other substance. The body, after some preparation, is immersed in a liquids
PETRIFYING FOR PRESERVING.-A gentleman in Troy has taken out a patent for petrifying dead
The cost is but trifling. The Troy Budget says
Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for
York State, Mich.|Pennsylvania, Ohio, tucky of Mis- nessee, Georgia, Ala.
Mississippi f. La.
$ summer complaint, diarrhea, and dysentery. Sdone, and you have all the sweet nutritious qualities without any of its injurious effects. Swith from four to six times its bulk of water.
Three strawberry leaves, eaten green, are said to be an unfailing and immediate cure for the
Day of Month. IMAMO 1992 gen of the air is brought in contact with the liquor, and thus changes it to vinegar. salte-cover it up tight, and let it boil tive minutes, or until the cob is heated through; then the corn is
The way to boil corn, it is now said, is to boil the water, then put in your corn with a little
stue, and time, and become better
Sthe steps of a dwelmmage, approached thence of the poor woman, as be in the direction
A sensible wife looke for her enjoyment at homema siliy one abroad.
He that is good, will infallibly become better-and he that is bad, will as certainly becomes and himself drove her to her humble habitation, which chanced to be in the direction whither he wanton conduct. He inquired the residence of the poor woman, assisted her into his own carriage, stepped from his carriage, approached them, and with impressive dignity reproved them for their the steps of a dwelling, and annoying her with petty tricks and taunting expressions. covered a group of mischievous boys gathered about a poor washerwoman, who was seated upons Pont together in a small open carriage. As they were about setting forth one day, Washington disfrom what is now the music store of Messrs. Firth & Hall, they were accustomed frequently to ride
When General and Mrs. Washington were living in Franklin-square, New-York, not far) Day of Month. Imamo incomo CESSE & AZEBEBASEBÉS AZEBESAZEBEAR
DE A good wife exhibits her love for her husband by trying to promote his welfare, and by ad and a person may gain credit for sense, eloquence and wit, who merely says nothing to leseen the
o Silence is one great art of conversation. He is not a fool who knows when to hold his tongue will constitute, if we all throw our share into the common stock, no inconsiderable aggregate of hu.
but the little services and gratifications which are within the humblest member of society. ferring great benefits do not often occur, and when they do it may not be in our power to bestows our store, so none should be deemed too insignificant for distribution to others. >seed by geed. As none of its ingredients should be thought too minute to be gathered and added to THE WAY TO BE HAPPY.-Happiness is always to be found if we only condescend to pick it up
Occasions for con
New-York City ; | Baltimore ; Charleston
Mississippi f. La. |
Day of Montl. 1 mawkish sentiment, which are as shallow as her mind. A simple girl endeavors to recommend herself by the exhibition of frivolous accomplishments and as
P A good girl always respects herself, and therefore always possesses the respect of others, transforms him into a bcast. Reacon is your only teetotaler." Say people get fuddled with love, incre get drunk with vanity, while passion trips up one's heels, ands
Somebody eays--"Some men think they are sober because they forswear ardent spirits. Maof their bare feet upon the floor, and the door always opens of itself to receive them." (him from Heaven. I never miss the bit I give them; my heart warms at the soft and homely sound "don't! A poor scholar never comes into the house that I don't feel as if he brought fresh air with to give his services for nothing. “Oh, James, don't say the like o' that," said the gentle-hearted wife, to poor scholars; but when his worldly goods increased, he began to think that he could not affords ( WOMAN'S CHARITY.--An Irigh schoolmaster, while poor himself, had given gratuitous instructions)
D. H. M.
6 19 morn.
4 28 even. 1 4 17 even.