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TuzRE, is as muchi nourishment in one
Juhel of beans as in five bushels of
- TuE fodder from an acre of corn which
yields fifty bushels is equal in value to a
ton of hay.
PARAFFINE Oil On whetstonles is superior
to any other liquid, and will keep the
stone in better order.
HARNESS Oil made Of one gallon of
neat's-foot oil, with four ounces of lamp
black. well mixed. is simplo and effective.
THn draining of land promotes warmth
because it diminishes evaporation, and
thus less heat is' abstracted from the
Ml. MoonE, DeKalb County, Xnd.
says that he finds that equal pata, of
air-slacked lime and salt will cure 'oot
rot in sheep, ono or two applicatins be
A MississiPi farmer dashes cold water
into the ears of choking cattle. This
causes the animal to shake its head 'vio
lently, and the muscular action dialodges
A LADY says that to kill inscts she
uses one teaspooinul of kerosene, to a
gallon of wvatr, and sprinkles it ohi the
plants with a hand broom. It destroys
green flies and other pests.
WILD VINES ON OrlD BUILDTNG.-Ollt
buildings of all kinds, that have become
dilapidated through time or by exposure
to storms, may become objects of beauty
by training wild vines, such as woodbine,
wild grape or forest ivy upon them.
These vines spread very rapidly .from
their lateral branches, or will increase to
an astonishing extent by cutting or layer
ing. The pietureslue beauty of inany
of the rural villages inl Enrope is almost
entirely owing to the Vines that over
spread the dwellings. Someo of the moro
hardy grapes may be grown with profit
over low buildings; and at the same time
they will give a pleasant appearance to
that which before disfirured the premises.
UniEsTEU wV IrTHS.-1m1s 1 'CC(1ot SwmIe
which at one time was very popular inl
Minnesota originated in Chester County,
Pennsylvania. It seeis that fromi their
great size, and lie extra quantity of food
required to imale them fat that the far
mners are not raising so many of them as
forierly. Ai aninanl of this breed, when
old and well-fattened, frequently weighs
from 500 to 800 poundIs dr(lieLsMsd, and it
is claimed that thie flesh from the mam
moth creatures is not as sweet when
cooked as that of the Berkshiro or Suf
folk. Where a farner has plenty of fceed
for his hogs, the Chester White'is more
than an average good b)reed, blit they
should never be suffered to become low
in flesh as it costs too much to reenperate
WEARING OUT TooLm. -Farm tools will
rust out sooner than they will wear out.
Many farmers injure their fann imiple
ments more by exposure to the weather
than by tihe use on the farm. An imple
ment which with good care would last
twenty years, will, when exposed to the
weather, become useless ini live years or
even less. A farm cart wvhich, with good
usage, would last almost a lifetime, will
only a few years, wvhen exposed to the
weather. Thie explanation of the reason
why farming does not pay with inoney is
found in this neglect to take care of the
farm tools. All farm implements are
costly, and tihe farmer who has to buy
three or four times as nmany as his
neighbors because he do~es not take care
of them, of course will not find much
profit in farming. The same carelessness
in any other kind of business, would ini
sure equally as disastrous results.
UHIANoING SEEDs.-The1i practice of
frequently changing seed is now recog
mized in many sections as essentially
necessary to tihe production of a first
rate crop. We all knowv that the prac
tice of procuring seed p~otatoes from a
distance, say twenty or thmirty miles, and
from a different kind of soil has a most
marked influence upon time product.
-While the rationale of this is not quite
obvious, the fact is indisputable. The
same result follows also inl the manage
.ment of corn and all other varieties of
grdin, as well as garden seeds and vege
tables; in short with the whole vegetable
kingdom. Eveni where exchanges are
made between farmers in thle same
neighborhood, and where there is no
very marked (difference in tile geological
or mineral characteristics of the soil in
the respective localities, thle practice is
conducive to imprAnmen~t. Let those
whmo have never triedl the ex periment do
so. If thley are at all skep~tical, they can
dlo so on a small scale at first and mark
the results, both as regard1s quantity and
quiality of crop.
FAnus BETER T HA N BONIDs. -A voung
rarmer of Montgornory County, .Indiana,
named J. A. Mount, makes an itemiized1
showing for the year 1880. His sales
from a two hundred-acro farm foot up
$3,213.85, his outlay $1,408.90, giving
him a net profit of $1,804.95, which on
the capital invested in lands, stock and
implements, shows a gain of foiurteen
per cent. An inspection of items shows
that he has been liberal toward his
preacher and to his family. He paid
toward the support of the churcb $75,
books, and papers and periodicals $23. 70,
Christmas presents $34. Hie begani thir
teen years ago a poor man, renting a
farm, where the landlord had to stock it
for him. He now owns two hundred
acres, is out or <tebt, and proposes to tol
.readers of the Indiana Fa-rmner how lie
did it. His outlay for books and soul
expanders about Christmas hmav6 widlened
out the manm. It 'will be very useful for
farmers to read, who clairn that they can
* ~ not afford to take a pape, and for those
who take only one, and fat the weakest
- , and cheapest they can find. Mr. Mounf,
has read and thought more than the
ordinary farmer, or he could not make so
good a showing for 1880. -Idiana
PO'rAst in CoRN Coss.--The willow
contains a larger per cent, of potash than
any other wood, but corn cobs contain
twice as much as the willow. Since po
tash is one of the articles the farmer pays
much iin labor or cash to get back into
his soil, it Is poor economy to leave cobs
by the million scattered about oVer the
farm where, instead of doing good, they
kill out the grass and make an unsightly
spot, Neatness and strict economy alike
appeaJ to the farmer to see to the sav
g o( the oorn cobs and their r;aturn to
soil This may be done by unn
them on the soil, and it i yt brcom
'. mended where farmers feed hogs In their
blue grs lots. The cobs should then
* be ad. -upsund burned, and the ashes
spread on wheat or gruaslands will be
found to repay well the labor. Then,
too, the scattering corn cobs allows the
grass to grow,,and gives an air of neat
ness that is commendable and profitable.
When a feeding floor can be so arranged
as that the cobs work off into pile and
catch the droppings of the pigs, they
)ecoine good absorbeuts, and when
hauled to the corn lands will be found
most valuable. We in the Went have
not yet learned the att of saving even
the corn cobs. 'hey are a few of the
many wastes on our Western farms.
I. pays also to rake the corn cobs into
wnnows in the feed lots and burn them
there. The pigs enjoy the ashes, es
pecially if a sprinkling of salt be added.
'.iME TO B$ow ULovER..-There can be
no iro'n-clad rule for sowlng clover seed.
We have sown in February, March,
April and May, and in July, when layin
by corn, and We have good success in all
these months, except in July. Unless
the fall is moire than ordinarily (lamp,
dlover 'will not do well sown then. Clover
sUwn as soon as hard freezing is past is
sown at the right time, be it February,
March or April. We can not know cer
titinly when that time is. We have to go
by our judgment. Clover is easily killed
ba freeze just after it has germinated.
ence there is danger from early sowing.
On the other hand, if one always waits
until after the 10th of April. when freezes
are generay past, he may have his
clover burnt up in August, especially if
he has sown among wh4at or oats, which
come off the ground later, exposing the
tender clover suddenly to an intense
heat. Our experience is that clover seed
sown as early in the spring as the ground
will pulverize nicely under the harrow,
will be the most certain crop. We usually
harrow the Frain in early April, and sow
clover and timothy and orchard grass on
it fresh seed bed, and have a choice stand
that was never yet burned out. We have
Rowii inl March and February, on the
Rnow, and seen it go off with a heavy
rain, and the seed was washed away, or
into low places, and the clover stand was
irregular and most unsatisfactory. We
tlepend so largely on clover for pasturo
nid change of crop and recuperation
[hat we can illy afford to make a failure.
We have thought it would be a more sure
way to ow one way lightly in February
ni a snow. Then about the first week
n April, if the spring seenis advanced,
:ross sow it. In this case we would use
lbout two quarts to the acro at each
;owing. There is not much danger of
eeding it too heavily. If one sowing
uits we have a crop, if both hit we have
m extra cro.- -incinnati Commercial.
COOKIES.-One cup of sugar, one of
syrup, one of shortening, half cup of hot
water, pinch of salt, half teaspoonful of
soda; bake quickly.
UJHOCOLATATE IIssES.--One ounce of
sugar, two ounces of chocolate pounded
together and finely sifted; mix whites of
eggs well beaten to a froth; drop on but
tered paper and bake slowly.
GoLu CAKE-The yolks of eight eggs,
two cups of brown sugar, one cup of
butter, half cup of sweet milk, three
cups of flour, one teaspoonful of baking
powder; flavor with orange extracts.
TOFFEE. -Quarter pound of butter;
when melted put in one pound of brown
sugar; boil and stir fifteen minutes; put
in a spoonful of ground ginger, boil and
stir again. Pour into buttered tins.
SLIvER CAKE.-The whites of eight
eggs, two cup~s of white sugar, half cup
of b~utter, half cup of sweet milk, three
cups of flour, one teaspoonful of baking
powder; flavor with extract of almond.
OLD-FASHIONED MOLASSES CANDY.
One quart of the best New Orleans
molasses, and a piece of butter half the
size of a lhen's egg. When it will snap
ill water it is sufficiently done; stir in a
little soda to whiten it; pour into but
tered dishes, and when cool enough pull
COcOANUT CAKua.-One pound of white
sugar, half pound of butter, the yolks of
five eggs beaten up together; beat the
whites to a stiff froth; mix three-fourths
of a pound of flour, two teaspoonfuls of
baking-powder, and grate one good-sized
cocoanut; mix together with one cup of
milk. Add the cocoanut just before
CITRoN CARE.--One cup of butter, two
of sugar, three of flour, four eggs, one
cup of milk, one teaspoonful of soda, two
of cream tartar, and a p~inch of salt.
Make the cake as above, put in the pan,
cut the citron thin and put in the cake
endways; this will prevent tihe citron
from falling to the bottom of the pan.
SNOW CREAM.---Allow two tablespoon
fuils of fine white sugar and two of rich,
sweet cream to each person for whonm
you are making tihe desert. Then get a
qluantity of fine, dry snow and stir in;
after waiting a minute stir in more
adding enough to make it of sufficient
stiffness. Flavor to suit tihe taste. It
does not require more than two minutes
to make, andl should not be made until
needed, as it soon melts.
Devotees Enjoying Exquisite Pain.
In one of the bazaars, says a lettei
from India, we saw some fakirs and dev
otees. One of these remarkable fellows
had vowed to lie upon a bed of upright
nails for twenty-six years, and of thee
he had accomplished sixteen when we
saw him. His body was attenuated and
full of sores resembling leprous spots.
We asked him for one of the nails which
pierced his miserable body. He took
one from the foot of the bed, refusing in
every instance to part with any of those
which gave him the most exquisite pain.
Another miserable devotee was holding
a flower-pot at arm's length. Judge of
my surprise when he told me lhe had
held it there for five years. Another
stood wvith arm uplifted, and no power to
lower it or move a muscole, the member
being dried, stiff, and dead, while the
long fiuger-nails, like bird's claws, pn
etrated the flesh on his wrist. Al of
these fellows looked mouldy and sad.
A Warning Against Dancing.
A warning aainst dancing comes from
the Piedmont Rod in North Carolina,
where a man attempted to dance aj'g
and al*iost immediately fell dead. Ft
should be said that the poor fellow at
tempted his jig on the top of a moving
rreight car, and a covered bridge killed
QUALrrr and effecay considered, Dr~.Bull's
Mough Syrup 1. without exception the best
Jough preparationi in the market. Price 25
nta a boatw.
Comedian and Waymaa
Shuter, the comedian, in the przie of
Is powers, was not to be excelled in -Ia
delineation of0 the characters he was wo1t
to assume. Even in his evening dress, at a
gentleman's dinner-table, he could in.
stantly appear, for entertaining purposes,
the veriest clodhopper, with tr. orma
tion of the whole man so comVlte that
the garb of the gentleman seemed to dis
appear froi yiew entirely.
Shuter was once engaged to appear in
several of the principal places in the
north of England, in the days before the
advent of railways, and, while passing
through Nottinghamhire, on the road
between Newark: and Doncastei, only
one other passenger beside himself, o
cupied the stage-coach, the said passen
ger being a gruff, rod-faced, gouty old
man. from whom Shuter could not got a
word of cheerful conversation. .It was
verging toward evening, the sun had'
gone, and the shadows were deepening,
and they wekre very near to the confiuns
of Yorkshire, when the stage-coach was
suddenly stopped, and the voice of a
man was heard as though threatening
the driver. Instantly the gouty old
Yorkshireman-stowed himself away in a
corner, pulled the cape of his cloak up
about his ihde, and pretended to be fast
asleep. He knew very well what was
coming, and hoped, perhaps, that, if his
traveling companion were first robbed,
help might come before the highwayman
could got around to him. Ay it was a
highwayman! The knight o1 the road
threw open the door and presented a
pistol at Shuter's head, with the signi
ficant hint that a speedy handing over of
his valuables would save his life.
"Money! Watches! Me, zur!" drawled
out the comedian, in a manner so exces
sively stupid and clownish that a Drur
Lane audience would have howled with
delight thereat. "Oh, lud, zur! Ooncle
doan't let me carry nothink worthsome.
Thero he be to gab for hisself!"
Upon this the highwayman turned to
the man in the corner and gave him a
tremendous slap in the face.
"Come, old seventy-five, wake up and
pass over your purse! Come out here!
Let's have a clean sweep while we're
Sufficeo it to say that the old Yorkshire
man was robbed of over a hundred
pounds in money, besides his watch and
seals and a few other trinkets, while
Shuter got off with a simple cursing for
An Empress Who Makes .Her Toilet In
A recent letter has this about the
Austrian Empress: "One day thA
Countess, hearing that their Majesties
had ridden into the stables, hurried to
the stalls to receive them. Alas! Eliza
beth was changing her habit in the stall
b~eside her horse, and Franz Yoself had
to act as screen to this impromptu toilet
scene. The Countess never told exactly
what they did and said, but her maid
gathered enough next day to describe it
to me as being very disagreeable. The
grooms told me that the Empress often
changed her dress in this way in prefer
ence to going into the house. 'Les
danger of taking cold,' she says, and no
body dared dispute the imperial will.
She refuses all refreshment except a glass
of water during her visit, and one of
the grooms carries a little square pack
age tissue paper, for the imperial lady
never uses any other substance to wipe
the perspiration from her pretty face.
"Angels, my dear children," said a
Galveston Sunday-school teacher, nmedi
tatively, " are disembodied spirits."
" Does that mean they don't have any
b)odies'? " asked Johnny.
" Angels have no bodies," replied the
"And will pa and ma be there, too? "
" Then they won't have no use for me
there if I haven't got a body for them to
spank," and he took to munching an
apple he had picked up on a fruit stand
when the proprietor was looking the
other way.-Gaveston News.
Carry the News.
.Mr. John Etzensperger, manufactur
ing Jewveler of North Attleboro, Mass.
lately communicated to us the follow
ing: I suffered so much with pains in
my arm, that at times I was completely
helpless. I used that incomparable rem
edy, St. .Jacobs Oil andl was completely
cured as if by magic.
Two young men of Adair, Missouri,
wanted to be photographed with pistols
drawn on each other. They were posed
before the camera and the artist was
counting the seconds when one of the
pistols wvent'off. The negative and one
arm were spoiled.
[Detroit Post and Tribune.)
I have a little girl, said Mr. Henry
Dole, of this city, in a conversation, who
was troubled with a severe lameness in
her legs, pron~ounced by some Erysipelas,
by others Rheumatism. I had triedl
several remedies without effect, when I
was induced to apply St. Jacobs Oil, and~
I am happy to say that the use of but
one bottle cured her, and she is nowv able
to go to school again.
The Story of a Bean.
A boy in Troy, N. Y., had a bean be-.
tween his thumb and forefinger. Not
thinking of doing harm he snapped or
shot the bean out of a window into the
street. The bean struck a man on the
nose. The man jumped because it stung
him a little, and trippd al lady who was
walking by. The layfell and broke
an arm. Her scream fightened a hors,,
which ran away, smashed two carriages,
and, falling on the icy stones, killed it
self. And yet a bean is a very small
A Good Uousewife.
The good housewife, when she is giving
her house its spring renovating, should
bear in mind that the dear inmates of her
house are more precious than many
houses, and that their systems need
cleansing by purifying the blood, regu
lating the stomach and bowels to prevent
and cure the diseases arising from spring '
that there is nothing that will do it so
perfectly and surely as Hop Bitters, the .
puret and best of medicines.-~Con.ordI tl
seomcthals. Almset U6aveies yv
Is the steadily increasing power and popularity
of Warner's s3afe Kidney and r Cr..n
A Detroit lawyer was waited upon by
a woman about 45 years of age, who an
notned that the time had come when
she would no longer put up with the
conduct of her husband,. and she had de
cided to secure a divorce. Some in
Ouries were made and questions an
swered, and she promised to return at
certain time and pay a fee -and set forth
her petition. She appeared before the
attorney on the appointed day, and an
n9unced her intention of withdrawing all
proceedings for divorce.
" Has -your husband promised to do
better? " inquired the lawyer.
" Oh, yes. I think heIT1 lead a very
different life hereafter."
" Well, I'm glad of it. What has he
promised to do? "
" Well, I told you I was earning $4
a week at the wash-tub, and'he was us
1a up every cent of it in cards and
"I had stood it as long as I could, sir
and so I came to you. When he found
what I had been up to, he was willing
to make promises."
"And how did you fix it ?"
"Well, sir, I keep right on washing
and earning $4 a week, but, instead of
taking all my money away, he has
promised to get alon on $2.50 a week
and leave me 12 hillings to run the
house and buy clothes ! So, sir, you
will stop the divorce, and I think I see
happiness and comfort ahead."
TuE pebbles in our path weary us and
make us foot-soro more than the rocks
which require only a bold effort to sur
RAZORINE I I
A matter of real importance to every man
who sbaves himself. Sifety, comfort and
economy combined. Any good Raz.,r kept in
perfect order for a lifetime at a cost of 3 cents
a year and no necessity for honing or setting.
Price $1.00 per box, sent free on receipt.
Send for Circular-exclusive Sale to Agents.
DR. A. BYRON CLARKE,
Sole Importer, Atlanta, Ga.
ayne's Automatic Enginee
Aolai , r iIEl1(' hel( Fi d omieal, wil fuIJ (
EKnf/ine bueilt, n'ot titted with ant Automatic (int-off.
Sed~ tor Illusxtrated Catalogue ".I,"~ fo~ (rIformationl &
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Lay the Axe
to the Root
If you would destroy the can
kering worm. For any exter
nal pain, sore, wound or lame.
ness of man or beast, use only
KEXICAN MUSTANi IN I
MENT. It penetrates all mus
ele and flesh to the very bone,
expelling all inflammation,
soreness and pain, and healing
the diseased part as no other
Liniment ever did or can. So
saith the experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will you say when you have
tried the " Mustang."
Reprebenting the othotoest seleoted Tortoise.
i'aelI and Amber. The lightest, handsomeet
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A New Jury Systein.
We would suggest that twelve jurors
be appointed by the Governor for eoh
cirout, and paid a reasonable silaiy for
a fixed and definite term. This JUry
would travel about the circuit in We
spme manner as the Circuit Judge; the
would generally be totally di'interested,
and, holding office 14y oppointment,
would never decide for P itical pur
poses. By exrience, suO a jury could
learn to sift the true from the false testi
mony in almost every instance ; by prac
tide they would.become -expertin weigh
ing testimony and judging of the credi-:
bility of witnesses. Their verdicts would
be sooner rendered, and more often in
the mfiht; for their judgment would be
the result of the deliberatiouis of twelve
men whose every-day business and study
was such as to ainke their judgment pe
culiarly quick and accurate in such mat
ters.-Kenteck.q Law Jcportc-r.
Before you begin your heavy spring
work after a winter of relaxation, youi
system needs cleansing'and strengthening
to prevent an attack of Ague, Bilious o
Spring Fever, or some cther spring sick
ness that will unfit you for a season'
work. You will save time, much sick
ness and great expense if you will use
in bottle of Hop Bitters in your family
this month. Don't wait.-Burlington
THE glass manufacturing interest of
Ohio forms in itself no inconsiderable
element in the prosperity of the State.
The following counties are officiall
recognized as the glass sections : Bel
mont, Franklin, Jefferson, Licking,
Muskimgum and Portage. In this sec
tion there are thirty-two furnaces, Bel
mont county having fifteen and Portage
six. The value of ulass manufactured
yearly aggregates over .. 000,000.
WE see among Our exchanges a notice
:f a very important matter to the public,
md give it to our readers, believing they
will appreciate the item. Coussens'
Lightning Liniment, the world-renowned
-ure for rheumatism, lame back, sprains
nd bruises, can be bo ght in sample bot
:les for 25c., but it is cheaper bought in
50c. bottles, as they contain nearly three
'imes as much as 25c. size. Lightning
i4iment deserves a trial. For sale by
It is an unfortunate fact that with
many authors words are almost the onl
care; they make it a study not so much
to produce new sentiments as to recom
mend those already known in fairer
L ioations. Thus the reader searches
ror information in vain ; he finds noth
ing but words.
INmIGES'TION, afspepsia nervous prostration
and all forms of genera debilty relieaved by
taking MENBICAN's .1'EPTONIZZD I3EEF TONIc, the
only preparaton of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood-mak
ing, force-generating and life-sustaining prop
erties; is invaluablei all en~feebled conditions,
whether the result of exhaustion, nervous prow'
tration1 overwork, or acute disease, particularly
if reutgfrom pulmonary complaints, Ca.
well, Hazard & Co., proprietor., New York.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Clwst,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth eqiuals ST. Jaeons Orr.
s a ante, sene, .timplo and cheap Externial
.eedy A trial entals but the comparatively
trifling outlay of 60 (Cen tu, anid every one tauffering
wth pain can have cheap and positive proof of ita
Directions in Eleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DEUGGISTB AND DEALE~R8
A. VOGELER &c CO.,
nommI~ors. Mda.. ir. S. A.
Invalids who have lost but are recovering
ital stamina, declare in grateful terms their
ppreciation of the merits as a tonic of Hos
retter's Stomach Bitters. Not only does it
npart strength to the weak, it corrects an
'regular acid state of the stomach, makes
de bowels act at proper intervals gives ease
those who auffer from rheumatic and kid
ey troubles, and conquors as well aR pre
enits fever and aue.
For sale by a!JDru st and Dealeru
A GOOB FM EY!
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What The Doctors Sayl
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My eeng an X& colds.ay4441'
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dof * f Alln'. L ng 1a1Mn
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Ciao of twenty-fly. yearse Test lit =66n ,
preparatioa for oensumpues ' he.werld.
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