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Moths

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
August
Year
1862
Copyright
Public Domain
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Most of otir in-et.s are very hardv, oaring iiltle for wind ór weathér, ond will never "die of aromatic pain.' We onet packed sorno small Rfenm in the centre of a cask of tobáceo leaf inil sterns, but the millar wem there, deposied her ujig?, and the fura were ininoJ. This ilious t'iiU llmy are not ut )l delicate, und c:iro nothing lor tobáceo, 'JSxpen-ivo cudar cliweta are fveijnently coiistnioted, willi thta idcii that the rather ptouAant odor ui the uetl.ir ia suffiiiently disareeiible to the moth to keep him awav fcytn urtionH oí' tlothiiiii; deponited ihere ! Triis ís a mistakÖ. Tho stronittíHt in-tinut [jronptsthe milier toseek the mearía of perpetuitting its kind, uiJ iio trifling iinpedi:noat will prevent it. But tho preservntiun of lurs, or r.rticla.s of clotiiiiig, is perfect ly sim le, chuiip and easy. Shake them wull, and tio therti üp in a cotton tir linon bag, so that the rnillor cunmit poHtibly enter, ir;d the artielua will not bo injured, ihough tho h:g i hung in u wo )d-h'0U8e tv gurret. Tliis is c.iiöiip. er titan to liuHd üedur clopetn md b'-tter ttian to öl tbu be.l ui otiles and garmenis wiih the fe'ickuning odor oi cainiilior, tobacfo. er ány othur drur.

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Subjects
Old News
Michigan Argus