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  2. The Farmer.

    In regard to the over-feeding of stallions, we are glad to notice that Professor Williams of Edinburgh strongly recommends that draught stallions should be worked a little in winter. ...

    Article : 279 words
  3. Traveller.

    Next day we went off on a long tramp through the woods and along the sides of the canons. There were plenty of berry bushes growing in clusters, and all around there ...

    Article : 3,832 words
  4. Humor.

    A party of gentlemen who were making pleasure tour through the different Watering places, were wont to amuse themselves at the table by relating anecdotes, conundrums, &c. ...

    Article : 249 words
  5. Boys' Column.

    IT seemed very strange to have the Sankaty Branch express train wizzing and shrieking through the huckleberry pasture and south meadow, and almost running into their potato ...

    Article : 2,165 words
  6. Chinese Wealth.

    IN China man buys his wife. I she has small feet, the price paid for her is greater than if her feet were large, for small feet are a sign of nobility, and noble wives are ...

    Article : 201 words
  7. A Remarkable Meteor.

    Who is there who at some time or other has not been delighted, perhaps astounded, as the depths of a dark sky have been suddenly illumined by the blaze of a passing meteor ? In ...

    Article : 1,085 words
  8. Senator Vest's Remarkable Dog.

    "I have a dog," said Senator Vest, who had pet heard a precious crow story, "who is very sagacious. One morning he watched intently while a negro boy blackened my shoes. The ...

    Article : 213 words
  9. Vegetarianism.

    YOUR "pokes " and" digs" (so to speak) at vegetarian diet are always well meant and given with gusto; but they are based on such utter ignorance of the subject—excuse me for ...

    Article : 476 words
  10. The Amende Honorable.

    CAPTAIN MCQUACK was a warlike man, And a positive man was he; He had travelled from Carrick to Killtogoran, From Ballyknocknolly to Ballyboshan, ...

    Article : 534 words
  11. A Word About Boys.

    The average boy begins to be a nuisance within twenty-five to thirty minutes after he is born, and rapidly goes on from bad to worse until his whiskers are well developed ...

    Article : 708 words
  12. His Idea of the Extraordinary.

    A Scotch subaltern at Gibralter was one day on guard with another officer, who unluckily fell down a precipice 400 feet and was killed. Non military readers should ...

    Article : 159 words
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