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Poca butter or chcese is always the
first to feel the ef'ects of a dull market.
The best products are always inquired
for, even on the poorest market.
To prepare night soil for use on land,
mix it thoroughly with any dry absorb.
ent, as powdered charcoal, dry muck,
road dust, or sifted coal ashes, so tba
all lumps many be broken fine, and then
apply it as any other manure.
CAIJAGE is best given to poultry
wholo, hung up by the stalk. At first it
may not be touched, but when one fowl
begins to peck, at it, the rest will be
timpted to keep on until little remains.
Being suspended, it does not wvaste or
become polluted, and it will remain in
good condition to be eaten at will.
Tin- NATIVE Cow.-Occasionally the
agricuilttiral press puts in a good word
for the nativo cow. Too long she has
ben n(eglected, and the fancy or high
bred cows, with long names and pedigrees
running back into the dark ages, are
puffed and praised, and as carefully
haiidled as if they were so much gold,
while the poor native is often allowed to
shift for herself; is kicked and cuffed
abtiout; put upon a short allowance of
feed at times, and then because she does
not yield a large amount of milk, shie is
deniounced as a scrub or a scalawag. It
she had the care of her more fortunate
high-bred sisters, she would as often d4
as well as they do; give the native n
chance, and she will repay your kind
ness, with less trouble than the other
CuLrIVATION OF STnAwnEmme1Us UN
DEn (ITIAss.-Miss H. B. Trinble, ol
West Chester, Penn., who has been very
suiccesstfull inl the production of hot house
grapes for a number of years, iet with
the loss of her vines last summer from
the ravages of the phylloxern. * With
exteisive green house and forcing facili
ties at hianid, she decided to eugage in
the raising of strawiberries and tomatoes
during the period necessary to grow new
grape vines, anid has the patst winter
been remarkably successful in her new
venit-ulre. The varieties of strawberries
selected were the Sharpless, Charles
D owning and Cumnberland, the plants
beiig placed ill boxs, five or six inches
in (1dpth. which were arranged on the
shelving of the hot houser. The tomato
vines were planted on the floor and care
fully traiiied up the Hides of the build
ing. Nev York furnished the best mar
ket, thm strawberrios bringing an aver
age of S4; per quart, while the tomatoes
realized fifty cents per pound. Th
prices were well iaintainIed throughotil
the winter, thoseverity of tho wintor pre.
venting Southern fruit from getting it
the market as early as usual.
.n Ki' S -mIUsnANDnY.-Sheep husbandr)
is one of the most. remunerativ<
branches of farming there is, for, as f
rule, there is but little ex[pense attached
mnd besides the profit which they brin1
mn their increase, the land uponi whicl
they have been running has been1 ver,
much enriched thereby. Many of on'
rnl-down p~astures could, ini a few years
bue brought up to their original fe'rtilit,
bty turning upon themi flocks of shep
As the droppings of sheep are diistrib~ute<
more oven ly than any other of animals
increased fertilization wvould be mori
general. Milchi cows remove consider
ab le amounts of phospho111ric acid frona
tihe soil in their milk, while shleelp woul<
return a large percentage of this valuabi
material in the droppings, even shioul<
they have 110 other food than that oh
tainied from the pasture alone. Larg
areas of light sandy souil could be madi
<quite fertile by first sowing a cr01) 0
wimter red, say as early as Septemb~er
malu turnting sheep onl it, say in.Novem
her. You are thus salvinig la'nd1. of whtiei
nto use could otherwise he made, and a
the samiie tinme raising flocks of sh1eep foi
miarket at lit tle o c no exptense. Som<
varieties of shleep) require heavier anm
richer soil tihan others, for instance, th.
Cotswold, Leicester or Lincoln, theij
enreasses being larger than any of th<(
D~own b~reeds. The1~ Merino reqluire lit
tle ('are in tihe p~aature, and yet it payi
w~ell to take good care of them, as it in
creases tile length of staple and ti
wveight of fleece; thley form tile bes
stock for crossin~g upon01 coarse b~reeds
There is, in fact, no species of live-stool
that will not thrive better from beini
well eared for than if allowed to look on
for themselves, and sheep is ani antima
that will return a larger percentage of re
ward than most any othler for receivin1
attention at the hands of its owvner.
ENsiIAoE.-Thie short time wihel la.
elapsed since tile first silo was bulilt it
this State rendecrs it very ditPu-nlt h
gather upl many wel l-estai)lishled facts
but there are somie wvhich we thtink uo
suficient importance to place before on
readers, anid also sonme pOints worthly 0
attention. First-It is a well-dlemon
strated fact that the walls of a silo shoulk
not b)e built with brick unless faced witl
('emnent. Tile brick absorbs tile miis
ture from the onsilago, which leaves i
ill a state to rapidily decay. For thi
same reason wood is an unfit material
And ab~ove all things the farmer shoukc
avoid building with wood and covering
it with zinc or lead to keep the mnoistur<
in, as the act of the onsilage coming ir
'ounat with these metals will form i
decadhly poison. Brick may be faced witi
eement, but where rocks are plenty they
are tihe cheapest and make the best wvall.
[lhe walls should be perpendicular and
straight, and made smooth wvithu cement.
Second--Tt will ho demonstrated that
the more compact the ensilage is, if the
water is not p)ressed out, tile better it
will keep). For this retaon it should( 1)6
cut tine, not hess tihan a half inch in
length. It shlould also be0 well tramp~ed
dlown as fast as put into the silo. Thlis
IR ilnportant. The whole mass should
Oe made complact, and kept so with
heavy weights, or other means of pres
sure. TLhird-~There is no longer any
doubt but thlat cattle, horses, shleep, an'd
swine will readily eat ensilago made of
corn, rye, and other green crops.
Fourth-There is but little doub~t that
ensilage well kept produces goodl sweet
milk. F'ifth-It is a well settled fact
that twenty-four tons of green corn fod
decr can be grown on an acre of land.
Sixth--It is the testimony of several that
have tried it that a daily ration of from
fifty to seventy pounds of ensilage, and
one or two quarts of grain, will keep a
good-sized milch cow in a thriving con
dition. On this point our observationi
teaches us that we need more time,
pnore exact measurements, andi more
care to keep tihe cows from the haymiow,
before we settle dowvn to just how muclh
each now nends, for every twea.,y-~...
hours, to keep her in good condition.
Every one who has examined cattle that
have been fed on ensilage must acknowl
edge that they took well.-Philadelphia
[From the ilousehold..j
To REMOVE RUST Fnom A STOVEPIPE.
-Rub with linseed oil (a little goes a
great way); Wmild a slow fire till it is dry.
Oil in the spring to prevent it from rust
To CLEAN BRASS.-Immerse or wash
it several times in sour milk or whey.
This will brighten it without scouring.
It may then be scoured with a woolen
cloth dipped in ashes.
To PRESERVE EiGs.-Take a patent
pailful of spring water, pour it into a
stone jar, take one pound of lime, one
pint of salt; lot it stand for throo days,
stir it every day, then pour it off and put
in your eggs.
To REMOvE INK STAINS FROM PRINTED
BooKs.-Procure a ponuyworth of oxalic
acid, which dissolve in a small quantity
of warm water, then slightly wet the
stain with it, when it will disappear,
leaving the leaf uninjured.
To CUT GrAss.-Lay the glass on a
pieco of twine or whipcord; heat an iron
(nii old file will do) red-hot; place the
iron on the glass over the string for a
few seconds, -when the glass will break
off as smooth as if it was cut with a
MVcmrAAGE.-Thiis is a mucilage which
will unite wood or mend porcelain or
glass: To eight and onie half ounces of
a strong solution of gum arabic add
thirty grains of a solution of sulphate ot
alumina dissolved in three-quarters of an
onneo of water.
A USEFUL TABLE FOR HOUSEWIVES.
Flour-One pouud is one quart. Meal -
One pound and two ounces is a quart.
Butter-One pound is one quart. Pow
dered white sugar-One pound and one
ounce is ono quart. Ten eggs are a
pound. A common tumbler holds half a
piut. A teacup is a gill.
An Act of Charity to a Villain.
Wo quote the following from a recent
issue of the Detroit Free Prcsx:
"Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. irniham, 1a
14 Columbi)ia street west, 'weri, walking
up Woodward avenue, and at the Con
gress street crossing one of those street
corner oglers of ladies addressed an in
sulting reinm 1 to Mrs. Rurnhain. Ijei
liusband of course heard it, but with
great self-control he passed oin a fov
doors, left the lady in a friend's stor<
and returned to the place where the in
cident occurred. The fellow was stil
there lecring at other ladies passing )y.
Walking up to him Mr. Ilirinujn qulietly
saidl: ' You have insulted a lady andc ']
and I amf going to punish you for it,
Put up your hands.' Th'ie fellow aLccptei
the challenge and in about three inutes
he was perhaps the most scientiticallb
pummneled1 nmrtal the streets of D)etroil
have seen in a generation. Bleeding,
limp and helpless some meon loaded hin
on a dray and earted him off, while Mr
Burnham wrapped a handkorchief aroum
his swollen and1( bleding right hand, re
joined Mrs. Burnham and went oin hi;
Way as coolly as if he had not done fin
community an invalumable service. ii
exampl isneinenltly worthy of emnula
tion Tom Doner is the nme of th<(
person to wvhom the wholesome correc
tion was applied."
fA nOLD rascal wont to a bank in R~os.
ton, and, by representing that lie was ar
agent for a conunterfeit note detector, ob.
tamed possession of a b~ad $50 bill, acrose
whose face the word counterfeit hma1
b~eenl written with red ink. Having i-e.
-imove~d this with acids, he made a $2 pur
chase at a store and received $48 in goot1
money as change.
Did Him Good.
New York Uiuon'.
Mr. Charles H. Hauer-, editor of thi
ab)ove paper andl notary pulic, in a lat4
issue mentions the folloinrg : P~atricl
Kenny, E8<S1., some time ago, su fleret
much from rheumiatism and trlied al mosi
every means to ridl himself of this pain,
fuli ev-il, but in vain. Heo was advisel
to use St. .Jacobs Oil, wvhiuch lie did( se
su d*ccessfully, that aill paini hans left him,
andI he is as healthy and strong as evel
before. Mr. Kenny is an enthusiastic
adv~ocate of St. .Jacobs (OiI, and it har
(lone hi goodI.
)A Chumreh More Thnan Three Hundred
One of the oldest churches on thec
American Continent is the Tumacace
Churcb, near Tuiboe, Arizona. It was
built by the Franciscans in 1534, and
hsconsequently reached the age of 320
year-s. Fifty-six years ago Inudianis mu~r
der-ed seven priests within its walls, and1(
twenty-five years ago several priests camne
fromi Rome and dug from a sepulcher cin
the right sidec of tihe altar $80,000 in coini
[Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygani Co. News.]
We never saw any one joyous when
suf~hring from paini ; neuralgia for in
stance. In relation to this malady Mr.
Georgo Guyvett, proprietor GAuyett
H1 ouse, thus i nfor-med ouir representa
tive : [ have uisedl St. Jacobus ( il for
neuralgi, and can confidleintly recomn
mend it to any one( iiluarly affected.
A MO'rHER who has gluided and molded
tile lives of a family of children so that
they come to an hoinest, virtuous, Chris
tian manhood and womanhood1, his
done a work that any woman may be
It has become so common to) write
the beginning of an elegant, interesting
article and thlen run it into some ad ver
tisement that we avoid all such clieats
and sim ply call attention to the merits
of Hop Bitters in as plain honest terms
as possible, to induce people1 to give
them one trial, as n10 one w ho k nows
their value illj ever use anything else.
ASHMEAD and the Baroness anre just as
happy as two sucking doVes. Aunt
wiites us that lie calls her ".Burdie, " and
she keeps her now teeth in his shaving
mug. Bless the dear old girl; she al
ways was a giddy thing. --Hawkegc.
S Don't Pour Alcohol em the Dire,
And don't take anything that has alcohol in i6
to help inflamed kid neys. Warner's Safe Kid
ne an iver Ciure ,Is purely vegetable, and
This is a very expressive phrase for the
'dog-days," as they average, and the
other description tells us so exactly our
sensations under the clammy air and
close temperature. "Mug" in provincia4
En lish dialect means "fog, but thh
pro ably is traced to the older Irish word
meaning a cup, as our word does now.
So that "muggy weather" is weather' in
a cup-close weather. The New York
Mercantile Journal explains why this
kind of weather is always so uncomfort
"The evaporation of moisture from
our skin cools us. Eva poration, as is well
known, is always a cooling process. The
heat, fron being 'sensible,' becomes
'latent,' as the philosopors stky-that is,
the heat is used up in making the vapor
and- passes off in it, just as the heat of
the fire is used up in making steam, and
really passes off in that.
"When this process of evaporation is
rapid from our system, we are rapidly
cooled, and though the weather is warm,
are made comfortable.
"But it can be rapid only when the air
is dry. Air already saturated with nearly
as much moisture as it will hold, can, of
course, take up very little more from the
evaporation of objects on the surface of
the earth. In such weather we must go
on as best we can without the comfort of
this cooling process.
"The mug is a natural 'hygrometer,'
somewhat rude, it is true, to tell us how
much moisture there is in the atmos
pliere. A real hygrometer only tells the
same thing more accurately."
A uIsTony almost as sad and romantic
as that of Romeo and Juliet is attached
to Green Mouint, the Well known ceme
tery at Baltimore, Md. The property
was once owned )y John Oliver, a
wealthy English mierelhant. His only
child, a beautiful girl of twenty, was
loved l)y a young man whose only unfit
ness to become her husband lay in the
fact that a personal feud existed'between
him and tie girl's so rn father. They
met clandestinely and planned an elope
ment. The father found it out, and gave
orders to his servant to patrol the grounds
by night and shoot all trespassers. Dis
guised in man's clothing, the girl at
temlpted to escape, and was shot dead at
the gate. Grief stricken, her father
erected a mausoleum upon the spot, and
deeded the entire property to the city for
A Losing Joke.
A- prominent physician of Pittsbuirg
.sail jokingly to a lady patient who was
coinplaining of her continued ill health,
and of his inioifity to cure her, " try
I [op Bitter,;!" The lady took it in
earnest and tsoet the Bitters, from which
sh(-- ol)tained permanent health. Sie
n )% lagiII at the <lotor for his joke,
buit lhe is not so well pleasetl with it, as
it cost hiin a goodl patient.
TnE trouble about taking a medicine
warranted to cure all disease's is that it
may not know exactly what is wanted of
it, and in that case it will go fooling
around in the system trying to cure you
of some disease that you have not got.
CERTAINLY,' if that young lady with
the sallow complexion knewv the virtue
of Portalijpe as a liver miedicinec she
would buy her a sample bottle at 25e. or
a regular p)ackage at Li0c., and take it for
her inactive liver. Her complexion
would imp~rove wonderfully. For sle)
by all druggists.
"NEvBR borrow tkuhle," said a hus
band to his wife. " Oh, let her b~orrow
it if she can," exclaimed the next-cloor
neighbor ; " she never returns anything,
A re you bald ? CA RnomANIE. a <1eo
<lerizedl extract of p~etroleum, the only
cuIre for baltiness, has ibeen iuproveti, so
that it is nowv the most <lelightful (Iress
ing in the world. Thei only real natural
hair restorer e ver prod uced.
*f al eI by a-- 1 n1,-.,; I ough. l INl4 ll' in A4n 1:p it and3l
thIh,8.nOl w , tiyeiptopua bM - potto
ting MENSILe ' lgt l Te ZN EE '.-I1
ny l o panat.4.a io do bef Aotani-g ts -a re
frito us poerof i . "tIAt ootai r . lo od -ml
h-ug, focogona tile, ahn, to-amy ,, n w.. prcom.
ternced tis0- in-aluaeran - y In a -feble b.-t i t ia fora,
wth ere s u iltak f n e Wauto.:,x n1r1usp r..
thr t iemoerw , orv tte amute mdi ses e ......uar
inl repratinn of beefmonaconpinits, entir
nutri Hauas pro operie.itcorntainw od-m.
ing, f-gneAiLYan Rif-MJtinipop
B A A M
' 4hi en r itr -ee t4h ~ nsi eliysae
What Te Doctrs-Say
,1R Ji. R~. r TI 'ER, .t Lunile AIn . a -lyatcin
Whsiin f t t e year, rits l, a te es
131.1. a1 nau r 1 ai.es o r e.. ro , ( 7at h~ 1.,,n .
AS ANlru EPCORANT o T HA NO EQ11.. Ic ytl
lieo Tl' CONA N NO OPMIN NOM
J. N. HAR. IS;i & CO.ini~e ,ropretoro,
I',al 1lweek i oer ownho. rh..me , Ieem a
freN . HARIS &.H C., Prop....to.i
Da. Brrr, in a lecture to his meta
physics class, was onoe speaking of the
shrewdness .of children's 'eplies, their
perplexing questions, etc., and said to
uS: " You just trvy asking some child why
e sun doesn't rise in the west," When
ortunity favored, I tried the experi
ment. I said to a bright little girl:
"Who made . the sun?" "God."
" Where did He make it rise ? " " In
the east." " Well, can you tell me wh1
He didn't make it rise in the west?
" He wanted that place for it to set at,"
was the ready reply.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throaf, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
rooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Foot and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Pre arntion on earth equala ST. TAern9 OIL
as a ase*c, astre, siitle and chesip Externl
Remedy. A trial entails It the cmpaIrattively
trilling outlay of 40 (Cuts, and every one ifiering
with pato can have cheap and positivo proof of ita
1)irections in Eloven Language.
8OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERB
A. VOGELER & CO.,
_a__H__nor1.Md(., U. 8. As
A YELL1OW COIN TENaINi. sainIh.-25c.
Large 400. 1. HAFT, Eitreka sprui, A11 k.
5 A MONTH. Agents Wanated
'70 best seillug aaticlest tohe wor1ld; .un.u
S.. WA .J Eg to the Best and Far~te.t .h
auiin Pictorial Booir and Bibles. Pinc.s reduced 33 p.
.euLt. Naional ublshing 0.., Atlanta, Ga.
DEAF am 0'0 a
abh- .1 loo. hrn i .~ o:li; .1 ,.
1Remeidi,... Treau~, o m o. l i .
TH E POETS' CORNERA %O~Yt;:p0.3ai
>f C io , an 10 ot her poeins, ae p iilta. i'i th e 111ni.
. h dlnt n ci pto 3 liaa. he, -16 Veie .* ti., N. Y
Enagli.lh iad lih I.awyers. A gre-at book fIe i'.
nonice an Arg'iaent. Pubilishled bay ItA h E.:h. \ <a
u nledi ree .'. Ney ork. hemi fori deipijt ivo eni ciil.
(ENLE~MEN: i Waeiuffering from genernl dobili
Ineren d tiirtrattn ornd sinking 'il. At thlis I
nilirzed almost immediate nnd wonderful resutlts. T
wats not paermanently abatedl. I havn used threet hot'
ber that I evor did in the ae time during may illni
trrn Ik1u ow no>t what. I gait th ere< ilfth
rill ofIrs. er
* hates, aaeuo6dsted lJ
* eith the Ve'get able
*3Ar'ossaatic.. It ,serees
~every perpone icheore
<a T0DmSa tefleseesa*-y.
MANUFACTURES BY THE DR. HARTER MED
- 3 Horse
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Used and approved by the leadin
*CIANS of EUROPE anxd AXERICA
The most Valuable
UrTry them. 5 an 50 eat sisesi
S5AND MEDAL AT TUm PEILADWJasi
SILVEU RMAL AT TE IAMBUS U
We will send the JLVithIg1 TR D T RAp
to fet everything to ernm a nd d elirh: the whole faml n rel.. 1
whr ti i i a h '. I~~a ee nw teai 0 th olwng
wlsenda free. 4'7 Oholce Piece, of Wsaie ; ?4 hesetir
fwse . .a miuch offer ha.e e'er before been snade hr any pubtlisher
Why Suffer Needlemsly
With the convulci ng, spasmodic tortures of
fever and ague and billious remittent, wihen
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, ack nowledged
to be a real curative of malarial fevers, will
eradicate the cauise of so niuc h suiering.
No less effective is this benign ant altera
tive in cases of constipation, dyspepsia,
liver complaint, rheuimatism, an11d in gener
al debility and nervous weakness. For sale
by all Druggists and Dealers genera lly.
,s( ( R year to Agents, and expensee. $0 Outfit
tip e 9 ra're. Address .. 8wAJ A Co..Augusta.Me.
"YA Waana. $12 a day ahome_ ally matde. coatiy
7 20utit tree. Address Taux & eCe A ugusta. Mle
77A YEAR ad expen e &C
agent . Outfit Free. Address
$ 7 7 75. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine
$5o0 per day at bo:. Iarpl,- s worth 5 free
Lay the Axe
to the Root
It you would destroy the can
kering worm. For any exter
nal pain, sore, wound or lame
ness of man or beast use only
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
KENT. It penetrates all mus
cle 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 experl.,- of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will you say when you have
tried the " Mustang."
On the 1st of Juno THE IC AGO
LEDGF Iit witll begin the pulient iotn
oif a new and hi bhly itresting
readuers an e~ >ort unity to try th e aor for al hort ins:1
we will naail Lto any address Thre~e Miontism for 25i
('ents, he ifnnin with t he first number oif the above
story. T I E i ( ( 1 LEl)(4 EIl is a large, 48.
colunm paper, handaIumituly printed, and(1 i reco n!fZ~iz
story Iua per of the WVest. Send in youar names early.
Addres TilE iADE R,~i Chienigo,_Ill.
PAGENTS WANTED FOR THlE
Embrilatcing full aiti atht l ie aceOuna oiif tevr natlion
of aneient and mioderni tinai., at,! ineo ing a histry of
tie risei al fall of th li hee'k iand i l uan mpirtes, a ho
middl a~ e',, I he cruas.f , th fudalI systemao, thbe re'for
niatioui t is discovery andi settlemnt of'tfhe New world,
Ift eontains (172 fine historical engravings, nnd is the
most coee Ithatory of t he Wori flver puffbi.hed.
Send for specimhen pagen and extra termos to A gents.
*Ad~ess NarzeerIr.S Punithso (o., Atlzantai, Ga.
KieavtorsHe' <<uad r'ecom-4
9ettts bsy t lse esaedi
I etel professios, forB
Db 1W yFestte Rfisif
et(scaee, IVasst of Fital
tioea, asacl Coasavtale.
ty to snob an extent that my labor was uxcondingly bur
te me much relief, but on the Contrary, was foillowed hy
no I hogan the use of your IRON TfONIC, fronm which Jre
lioold energy returned and I found t hat miy niatural force
les of the Tonic. Rfnoo usIng it I havo dono twIce the Ia
se, and with double the etiso. With the tranquil nerve
ughtnever before enjoyed. ifthe Tonic has not dono, the
d-. P. WA TSOW, 'atr Ohristian (Church, TIroy, 0.
ICINE CO., NO. 213 NORTH MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS.
live, Simple, Durable and Cheap.
Substantial, Econornical and Easily Managed.
to work well and give full power? claimed.
a Cotton G'in or Corn Mill should have one.
3r is mulch bctter and cheaper than borso powe.
EE OUI 14O W PRIC6ES:
Power Engine, - - - $240
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'- - - 855
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Mannfacturers for descriptive pamphlet.
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