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I may a.s well remark here, for the- I'cnefit of thoss who have never raised a cro]) of beets, they are very qnick growers wheu young, and being of a yellowish green are immtv diately distinguished fnuii all weeds.
We hope the injuries aie not permanent, — Fritz Moy, the inevitable Fritz from W instead Mc Leod County calle 1 at our office on Wednesday last. Not New.— The Charter Oak Stoves were introduced to the public twenty years ago, and the demand for them has with each succeeding year. "An- derson's Dermador" ie the best Liniment io use for Horses. Be-sules, sometimes sent for in the dark, aud, as I said before, the messenger never waits till we are ready." rather die than use tho bridge ? But uo such apprtiou as being charged with mephitic gases is expressetl by the inhabitauts.
and ae Ve O or 4 U prepared to treat 'horo"ghly sil Chrooie j^, ^^ Ca Uadii M "u M Pkrsonal, — We are sorry to hear that Cul Haxter slipped aud felt upon the Capital steps injuring his shoulder 80 as to disable him for some time. Members of the Legisla- ture may be expected home oo Monday next. I am afraid the strong ti«le car- ries some of them down until they are lost. "Some of tbeiu have built nieut of what he has done ; i j he not sorry that he btiilt a bridge lor such a thankless race r" "No," said the man, "though they slight his oflers of safety, he still scutls ambassadors to call tiiein to him, even at tho very brink of the river. ni, and by night, wheu all is still, he comes to their doors aud knocks : if any man will open to him, he will enter uud snp him. But it startleil me beyond mcar^ire wheu he told me the name «d that country ; lor it had the same name as my own ! The impression tliat wh'-n still wat«'r in pools aud in canals where is scarcely a movement is extremely dangerous, and especially when covered with con- ferva? Al the Hague, thei'apitalof Holland, tiireaded with canals in which no current is per- ceptibh", they are so densely carpetetl with a thiek green .scum, strangers turn away from them iu f»'ar, us though tiny were poisoning the atmosphere.
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