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Tna students at the Iowa College
Farm last year made al1 the sugak the;
used, from orange cane. Iowa peopVe
are going large!y into the making of
sugar from sorghum.
IT is found in my own experience that
urine collected into tanks from fifty
cows tied up during the winter months
is sufficient to keep in a high condition
seven or eight acres of meadow land.
London Agricultural Gazette.
INSETor as they relate to man are nox
ious, beneflial or neutral. Those
ranked as beneficial may be directly
beneficial, like the siltworm or honey
bee, or are indirectly beneficial as de
stroyers of noxious msects.
SPEAKING of the pioneers of oattle
breeding, the Live Stock Record re
marks: " The obstructions now in the
way of breeders are by no means those
which met Bakewell, Collings, Bates,
and Booth. They had to lay the foun
dation and build from the ground up,
while at this time these are found ready
to hand, and it only remair-s with the
present breeder to keep them up to the
standard of excellence of judicious aross
ing and trui breeding."
COUNT TH E CoST.--No man is fit to
manage a farm who does not think be
forehand what is best to do, and which
is the best way to do it. Work withe
out thought, without plan, has been the
blunder of many who pretend to be
farmers. Raising crops without knowl
edge as to their cost, or thought as to
whether they will sell or not, has sapped
many a fortune. More forethought in
the management of a farm is required
than in most any other pursuit followed
by man, and the forehanded farmer is
always the one who counts the cost, and
closely calculates all matters that apper
tain to the farm, not that a farmer is
necessarily obliged to make shifts and
turns in order to succeed, but simply
to count the cost.
BALMY HonsEs.-It is rarely well to
whip or kick or 8cold a balky horse, as
is the common practice. One of the
best methods is to feed where he stands
with any accessible food, such as oats,
ears of corn, or even grass by the way
side, or hay from the wagon, which can
be provided for the emergency. For
getting his whim he will generaly start
without trouble. Another good way is
to do something not harmful, but new
which will direct his thoughts, and be'
fore he knows it he will be jogging un
consciously along. Sometimes, if one
can spare the day, it is best to wait till,
from uneasiness and hunger, the animal
submits to the will of his driver, and
the triumph in this instance is generally
complete. In any event, it is poor pol
icy to whip and abuse the animal, be
cause it does no good.
INDICATIONs OF THE WEATHEn.--The
color of the sky at particular times
affords wonderful good guidance. Not
only a rosy sunset pressages good
weather, but there are other tints which
speak with equal clearness and accuracy.
A bright yellow sky in the evening indi
cates wind ; a pale yellow, wet ; a neutral
gray color constitutes a favorable one in
the morning. The clouds are again full
of meaning in themselves. If their forms
are soft, undefined, full and feathery,
the weather will be fine ; if their edges
are hard, shr and definite, it will be
foul. Generally speaking, any deep,
unusual lines betoken wmnd and rain;
while the more quiet and delicate tints
bespeak fair weather. It is very true,
however, that all signs in regard to the
weather some times are deceptive and
SELLING nY WEIGHT.-It cannot be
denied but what the fairest way in dis
posing of articles from the farm is by
weight. It is the only proper way ; and
why ? Let us take eggs, for instance !
A dozen of large eggs, under the p~ros
ent system of traffic, brings no more
than a dozen of small ones. No one will
pretend to say there is any justice in
this. Then take potatoes or turnips, or
apples or onions, or fruit of any kind. A
person who understands "dark ways"
can make, by measuring by the bushel
or quart, a good deal more or less, ac
cording to th interests that suits him.
In all the berries sold in this muarket b~y
the guart there is a leakage in the mieas
ure in most instances. Honest scales
won't cheat. It is just as right to sell
wool by the fleece as it is eggs by the
dozen or hay by the load--as to sell po
tatoes, tomatoes, wheat, rye, barley,
oats, corn, apples, berries by the quart
or bushel, There is no justice in it,
neither is there any representation in it.
The only fair way in either buying or
selling farm products is by the wveight.
THEnE is a good deal said about sheep
breeding in this country, and the advanD.
tages respectively presented b~y the
grassy mountain or Western prari'e land
for sheep culture are commented ou by
exchanges and correspondents. Bt
Australia, it is probable, exceeds8 aniy
other part of the world for sheep. Th'e
Gover nment Gazet/c for Cainterbury and
Otago, New Zealand, gives a list of a
few owners and flocks, as follow, in theo
colonies of the antipodes
New Zoalanid and Australian Land CJo.. 386,00
Mr. Robert Camipbell.............. 300,0004
Mr. Gecorge Henr Mooro.. ... ... ...0,40
Mesiirs. D~algety & C~o.. ..... ........20,000
Messrs. Clifford & Weold............. 0.000
8ir Dillon Bol......................j,00
Hon. Wilfiam Robinson............ 8,00O
Air (Cracott Wilson....... ......... 4,000
Mr. Allen McLean...................50,000
There are a number of millionaires
among the Australasian sheperds.
Mn. J. C. WOOD, a farmer of Switzer
land County, Indiana, says the best way
of killing the common sheep sorrel i'n
meadows is to treat it liberally with old
brine. He says the rusty brine from
old pork barrels is certain death to the
sorrel-a fact worth knowing. Fresh
salt brine is not so destructive to the
HIon FAnumG.--High farming is a
system of tillage and farm management
that is self-s ustpining, a system that
takes nothing but the bare land, the do
mestic animals, the farm implements
and machinery, and cultivates the soil,
sustains the family and the animals,
Pays the annual taxes, defrays the ex
penses incident to the improvements
that mu d be made on the farm, cancels
the annual Interest on the money in
vested In the land, eventually pays for
the land, all from the products of the
soil cultivated; and after one, two or
three decades of years, leaves every acre
in a far better state of fertility than the
soil was at the ,eh~g This is high
trming. There ar n numbers of
quiet, unobtrusive tilas of the sOl in
many of our States, who have com
menced precisely as we have indicated
without one dollar of cash capital, wh> ;
have had no revenue whatever besides
the natural resources of their cultivated i
fields, and who have by hard work and 6
judicious management sustained thei
families, paid for their lands, erected all
of their buildings, paid for all their valu- C
able improvements, and at the same time a
have bxrught their land to that state of
productiveness by their judicious man
agement, that every acre yields as much,
if not more, than it did originally in a
state of nature. This is high farming.
Yet such a system is often sneered at
simply because the proprietor knew how I
to save his money to defray expense of I
improvements. 't'here is no need of fg
land becoming impoverished, eveir w10n
it bears a crop every yeaf. Proper cul
tivation with plenty of manure is the
key to high farming.- Minneapolis j
Wanting a Divorce from Ills Son. I
Ben Mullet, a colore2 man who culti- s
vates cotton and drinks whisky, came to s
Little Rock, and, finding the United v
States Judge, said: t
"I se got a piece ob businesa for yer f
ter transack." 1
"Well," replied the Judge, " pro- i
"I'se arter a divorce."
"I have very little to do with such t
cases, but why do you wish to sever the I
ties which bind you to a compania* I
who, in all probability, is much too good
"Case I can't got along wid him,
" Him ?"
"Yas, sali, him."
" You didn't marry a man, did you ?"
" No, sah; I married ez likely a culld
'oman ez yer obber seed, an' I don't want
no divorce frum her. I wants a divorce
fru-m nay son."
"From your son ?"
"Yas; case dat boy is a monstrous
sight of trouble, an' spen's ebery nickel
he can git his han's on."
" There is no such thing as a divorce
from a son."
" Dar may not be in de law, but dar
is wid me. What's do law fur of it ain't
ter perteck a man? Any man can git a
divorce from his wife, but gittin' one
frum his son is one oh do fine pints.
Say, now. Jedge, do law on do pint ob
technicality ken do enything. Can't
yer make dis a technicality, jes ter
oblege de ole man what driv a team dur
in' d wah ?"
" You haven't enough sense to drive a
team. Go on away."
"I'se tried do law, an' now I'll try de
gospel, an' of dat preacher down in (de
bottoms can't fix up de papers fur me
I'll take de nature ob do case inter my
own han's an' break dat boy's'naik."
Litftle Rock Gazette.
l\ORE than 4,000 cakes of toilet soap
were stolen from the Fifth Avenue Hotel
last year by lady guests, and 2,890 towels
went after the soap. 'Who's a thief ?
Pree Press. What kind of guests did
you say ? Persons who "lave not
wisely, but towel," are not ladies. If
the Fifth Avenue people were wider
awake, we should not hea1 of such soap
horrific proceedings. None but guests
of the lowest caste-steal soap. The
Windsor ought to be the favorite for
WIYEN oneoOf the older children of
my friend was saying her evening prayer,
and said, " Give us this day our daily
bread," her little four-year-old sister
wlhspered in her car, ''Say butter, too,
We learn that Ellis & Co , prop.iietors
of Bailey Springs, are making prpara
tions to entertain an unusually large
numnber of visitors this summier. TIhey are
receiving communications from all over
the south iimluirilg rates and makimir con
tracts for board. This is ouly their due,
for not only are they most successful
hotel keepers, but their pl1ace is in every
way worthy of patronage. It is one of
the coolest, shadiest, breeziest lace.; in
the South ; the locality and surroundl
ines are delightful ; the buildings are
roomy, airy, and convenient y arranged;
the accommodations, fare andl attention
are first ciass, and shoal Creek is the
most romantic stream and the best fish
ing water you ever sawv. Add to this
the unrivalled power of the 01(d Rock
Spring in the cure of dropsy, scrofula,
dyspipsiaL andl diseases of the'blood, skiti'
and kidneys, and the sum of attractions
is irresistible. If you have ever beeni
there y'ou know this is all- true. If you
have not, try it just on1ce. You will
never regret it. Address Ellis & Co.,
Bailey Springs, Al:;.
AT Cervia, on the Adriatic sea, the
festival of " marrying the sea " was cele
b~rated with great solemnity last month.
The Bishop, at the head of a brilliant
procession, marchmed to the edlge of the
water and cast the weddling ring into the
surf, according to the old1 Venoetianm
style when the Dogo "'married " the re
pulic to its annual bride, the Adriatic.
No good Preach; Iing.
No ma:n enn; don~ good job of wvork, preach]
aL 'good sernnont, try a la~w suit welli, doc tor a
patient, or u' hO Ie a goodl arl et whent he feels
mriserable and ' i , w i th iluggish in and~l 1(
ulnstead~y nerves, ati( rouen should make the
attempjt in such a con'ld itioni wheun it enn be
so easily anid cheaply1 removeud by a little
Hop Bitte rs. See o'ther column. -Albany
THlE GREATE5T Ker.,
The Persian author Saadi tells a story
of three sages-a Greek, an Indian andl
a Persian--who, in the presence of the
Persian monarch, debated this question:
Of the evils incident to humanity, which
is the greatest? The Grecian declared,
" Old age oppressed with poverty;" thme
Indian answered, " Pain with impa
tience;" while the Persian, bowing low,
made answer, " The greatest evil, 0
King, that I can conceive is the couch
of death without one good deed of life to
light the darksome way I"
And it hard to keep in good health, owinq to the
constant change of water diet, and the arring
of the oars. All these thlings injuire ekd
neys, while Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
()nro Ip eatain to moteamttm.m
The Fashion In GaIt for GOl.e
The fashionable gait 4 the utter
oung girl at this season is an import.
ion, like most of her articles of cloth
ag. It is supposed to be an offspring
i the utterly utter manners of the Lou
[on mothetic, who have set the fashion
Dr languid, willowy, weary wabbles,
Low the rage at many fashionable gath
rings among young women, who in a
pirit of intense utterableness gaze into
lie depths of a new-blown lily or rose or
ilently study the heart of a field daisy.
Ipon the avenues, however, the great
Iublic see the esthetic walk undimmed
y the mellow light of a drawing room,
ud ameliorated by the rich colors of
'ersian portieres and Daghestan rugs.
Vhen the mathetic appear; upon the
:ont doorstep with her Langtry hat she
liakes out the bangles on lieriacelets,
ushes into better position the Jacque
iinot roses at her belt or the field daisies
i 4er fourth buttonhole, then shakes
ut the puffings of her 1)01 e, raises
balloon with its ivory ha carve d
ke a calla lily, and prepare et into
[tape for the fashionable gai or the
pace of a minute her body a to
(ork upon eccentrics. Her a al col
in shoots forward at an angle of about
orty-eight degrees and remains rigid,
Ler neck lifts, her chin goes about an
uch. and five-eights above its normal
mue, her nose naturally follows and
)erhaps improves upon the4nc3W, her
6rms to the elbow points hu her ses
ike the wings of a duck. an fte fore
Lrms hang like willow branc s, Vhi1e
he hand that does not engage itself
vith the parasol hangs limp and languid.
[t requiires two teeters to give the shape
.nertih> and off the msthetic goes. Hdr
r).grcss defies accurate description. t
i s been compared to the amble of 'Wo
kangarob,41ut the naturalists insist that
the kangaroo's movements have some
eAement of grace. Others say it is very
like a duc, which flaps its wings, but
the duck does not have French heels.
A man of science says that there is noth
ing like it in the animal kingdom, al
though the sea gulls on the Pacific
Islands have a similar motion in their
"I can only take a medical view of
it," said a physician. "I look upon it
as inuch more dangerous than tight
The most graceful mcke of all Fijian
dances wZ's one which represents the
breaking of the waves on a coral-reef, a
poetic idea, admirably rendered. Years
ago I remember the delight with which
we hailed an exquisite statuette in Sir
Noel Paton's studio, reprcInting tho
gurling of a wave by a beautiful female
bigure, supposed to be floating thereon;
b)ut I never dreamed that we should find
bhe same idea so p~erfectly carried out by
a race we have been wont to think of
only as ruthless savages. The idea to be
eonveyed is that of the tide gradually
rising on the reef, till at length ther'e
remamns only a little coral isle, round
which the angry breakers rage, flinging
their white foam on every side. At first
the dancers form in long lines and ap
proach silently, to represent the quiet
adlvance of the waves. After a while the
lines break up into smaller companies,
which advance with outspread hands and
bodies b)ent for ward, to represent the rip
pling wavelets, the tiniest waves being
rep~resented b~y children. Quicker and
quicker they come on, now advancing,
now 'retreating, yet, like true waves,
steadily progressing, and gradually
closing on every side of the imaginary
islet, round which they play or battle,
after .the .manner of brekers, springing
high in mid-air, and flinging their arms
high above their heads, to represent the
action of spray. As they leap and toss
their heads, the soft white mnasi, or*
nativ~e cloth (which for greater effect
they wear as a turb~an, with long
streamers, and1( also wind~ round the
waist, whene it floats in long scarf-like
ends), tremblles arul( flutters in the
b~reeze. The whole efl'ect is most artistic,
an11( the orches'tria (10 their part ii
imitating the roar of the surf on thme reef
-a sound1( which to themn. has a never
ensing lullahby from the hour of their
irth. --At lfonme in Fii--Gordon
" WATr will you do when I am dead ?"
aisked a mother fondly of her little girl.
" Eat up all the sugar,'' was the reply.
lie Wise and Happy.
It' you will stop a'l your extravagat : a .1
wron( nlotionls in dlocto:-inLg vourse t' and14
fa milie s withi expensive doctor's or h umbu),ii
'ulre a''s, t Im1t doe harmn 2 a-wys and11 use only
natutre's simtple reimed ies or a i v our ali
mnits--yvou wvil be wise, wvell amnil haippy,~
atml save gre~at. expense. The giea~te4 t re
edy for tis, the gre-at, wi'4e and1 good wi I
tell you, is flop flitters--rely onl it See
anfothei r e hunn1 I. -lress.
.A. C. L A wnENcE lost $100,000 in bonds
&n ew York tihe other dalLy, b~y their
slipping through a hole in his5 pocket.
The1( hole in the pocket wouIld inidiente
that Mr. Lawrence wvas a newsplapetr
nmali ; but the $100,000 in bonds(1 is
against such a theory.--Pcct4's ~Sun.
Wit-:N yon are all playerd out bc careful what
you1 eat, but tako Kidney-Wort.
A BANOR jury, returning a Verdict of
6150.621, is said( to have been divided
for t wo ho'urs onJ the halif cent.
"~ THEFY can not all lie," was tho obsoryatitn
of 0110 while reading the endless testimonals4
to " Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher." It is in
INDIGES'TION, dyspopsia, ne' vons prostration
1imd all forms of generm11 deo lity relieved by
takinig MENIIMAN's l'EP'rrNIZEl) ]JEx TONIC, I lhe
Dilly preparation of beef containing its entire
nutritious proporties. It contains blood-miak
i, orce-generating and life-suistaiiijng~ prop
orties: is mIvfhleI bii all Ouifeebled cond41itions,
whether t ae resulit of' exhaustion, nervousprs
trat ion, o 'erwork, or acute dlisease, particularly
if resultin g from pulmonary Compl)1ainita, Can
well, Hazard & Co., proprietors, Now York.
"Remsta eu Rata.**
Ask Dinuggista for it. It clears out rat., mice,
roaches, bed-bugs,f dios, vermin, insects. M5c'
SRFMCUED) FROil DEA&Tgg,
wViliami J. Cughlin, of tiouserville, Mass., says; ''In
.he (02 of lISM I weij taken witha 5KIsOxanr ora7in kerse,
r--iiwtol- by a severe coughl. I lost mny app itite and
fledh, an-I wa. conmtied to nay bed. Ina k77 I waa ad
natled to the hos pita. The doctors said I had a hole in
niy Ilung a- big a a half dollar. At one time a report
Ivant arounid that I was dead. I gave up hiope, but a
riend told me of DR. wILLIAM HALL'd BALSAM
FOR T iIJE LUNOs. I got a bottle, when, to my sur pr ise,
comme~i-nced to fel better, and to-day I feel better than
or three yeari p'ait. I write this hoping every one at.
heted] with Diseaed Lunge wi lake DR. WIILLIAM
lAl.L'S BALsAM, :and be convinced that CONeIUMP
i WN CAN iiiE ;U R I'.. I can paositively say it has done
'sdag.o t*l'.."al,'t* *ther mnedicizes [ hare lehen A
PERRY DAVIS' m
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IEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES
aire sent anywhere on
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* against al I other
~aj~ rfPresseos, the
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ion, and will bale with twice the rapiit ycofny
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egan the use of yen IRON TorNI, from which I re
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ever before enjoyed. If the Tonio has not done the
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