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K. A. llL'UNBTT,
Publisher and Proprietor,
Suggestions on Rondcrtnff Farms
ncautlftil Choice Wild
lie it I es.
How to Manage ihn Sliver riilar to
IVoduoo Lumber ami Fuel
Haymaking by Machinery.
MAKING FAIiMS BEACTUTL.
Many farruors seem to think tljat
farm promisos can only bo mado beau
tiful by the orcction of cxpensivo build
ings, modolod after thoso found In largo
towns. This is a great mistake A
park, if it ia judiciously planned, plant
ed, and managed, is extremely beauti
ful, though it contains not a singlo
building. Fow things comparo in beau
ty with a lawn. It costs but littlo to
preparo ono or to koep it in order. A
farmer has all tho imploiuonts and fer
tilizers necessary to mako ono. Ho
has nothing to purchase but grass seed.
Half an aero soodod to short grasses,
and kept cut short as tho lawns are
usually kept, will add njoro to tho
beauty of tho premises than a thousand
dollars spent in ornamenting a houso.
Lawns are oxpensivo luxuries in large
towns, whilo they cost but littlo in tho
country. Still urban lawns arc plonty,
and rural lawns aro extremely rare
Many things vory useful on farms, if
not absolutely necessary, may bo ron
dored highly ornamental On a largo
jiroportion of pralrio farms arc shelter
bolts. Many of them aro tho rcvorso of
ornamental. They aro composed of
trees almost entirely lacking in beauty,
liy taking a littlo pains In tho selection
and arrangement of trocs a shelter belt
may bo mado which is very ornamen
tal. In many places evergreens aro as
cheap as any other trees. A row of
pinos, ono of firs, one of spruce, one of
rod codar and ono of arbor vitm will
form an excellent shelter belt, whilo it
will bo an ornament to tho farm as
well In winter as In summon Tho use
ful and tho ornamental may bo com
bined by forming wind breaks of Euro
pean larch. Excellent results may also
bo obtained by combining maples,
whito birches, honey locusts, and tho
ash-lnavcd maple. A row of elders
and sumacs alternating with each oth
er, planted at tho side, will add much to
the beauty of the shelter bolt.
A small body of water adds much to
tho lioauty of a farm. No city park is
without one. A 6mall body of water ia
vory useful on every farm. It will af
ford a drinking pluco for cattle, whilo
it can bo stockod with fish and mado
useful in keeping ducks and go-cno,
Whito and yellow water lilies may bo
mado to grow in it, as well as several
other aquatic plants. Tho excavations
for a poud may be made at small ex
penso by a judicious uso of tho plow
and scraper, whilo tho earth taken out
may bo usod to form if mound that may
bo mado highly ornamental An eleva
tion adds to tho beauty of a farm natu
rally levol. Its beauty may bo increas
ed by sowing with ornamental grasses
and by planting the highest portion
with shrubs and trees. Ravines may
often bo converted into ponds by simply
buildiug a dam across tho lower end.
Hardy vines may be employed for orna
mental purposes with excellent elleet.
Tiio Virginia creeper, wild honey
suckle, and native grapevine can gen
erally bo procured with littlo dillieulty
and propagated to almost any extent.
Some ol tho hardy varieties of the cul
tivated grape, as the Clinton, may bo
used in their places. Their fruit will
be of considerable value. The appoar
anco of a wiro fenco may be greatly
improved by training any of these vines
along the wires. Useful as well us or
namental hedges for surrounding gar
dens and houso lots may bo made of
privet or barberry, both of which are
entirely hardy ou the prairies. Tho
snowball and lilac aro both so easily
propagated tnat it is easy to form short
imdgo rows of them. Elder bushes,
planted about ten or twenty feet upart
in a hedge row give a very beautiful
appearance. This common and almost
le.spist.'il bush is now receiving great
attention in 1 irge towus and cities.
HAYMAKING HY M.VCI1IXEHT.
bevoral of our best constructed mod-
orn implements ou which agricultural
engineers have displayed greatest skill
are brought into action iu hay harvost,
says an English paper, and even small
farmers cau hardly u'lbrd to bo with
out them, the saving of manual labor
by their employment beinir so creuL
Tho labor market has been completely
revolutionized since tho "randfathers
of tho present race of farmers wero ac
customed to have tho whole of thoir
Crass mowed with a scythe. Sufficient
bands would scarcely bo available to
i'uriurm me worn now, even if men
Could t)0 induced to nnr-fnrm hupIi
heavy toil at a rato of pay to rendor it
w-mouucai; wniio as a small, onc-horso
mowing maehino costs about 5 or 0
and two horse ones, taking th n renrnlnr
width ol cut,ouly about twicothoso tio-.
uns. occupiers ol small farms, as well
us largo onos, find it strictly cconoml-
Oil , hoi. ....... ,
. ... ... -wmU uusaussuu oi a mowing
machine. And there aro two other inf.
p.ctncnts almost equally indisncnsibly
noen4uiiir in 1. i..... i- i . .; . J
making maehino and tho I
I'erhaps it may bo thought thnt im,i.,
exisiing circumstances of glowing heat
and brilliant surishino these imple
ments nro not budiy needud, but this is
not so, as tho whole art of good hay
making consists in constant stirrin", so
that by tho exposure of now surfaces
continually and Incessantly thero may
bjfi a very uniform change in tho con
dition of tho fodder. When tho latter
lleji too long on ono sido tho upper por
tion becomes scorched, whilo the under
remains green, and it is only by tho
uoiitinuiu Kctioh of a good haymaking
a maehino drawn by horsos that tho per-
teet evenness In drying condition can
bo kept up. It bocomes highly impor
tant to secure litis, as the ioiiaer can
be gathered together into cocks earlier
and stacked without losing too much
quality when this has been insured and
tho sap of tho grass has been evenly al
stracted. Thero is ouito as much dan
ger of hay being spoiled in making un
der a brilliant sun as in rainy weather,
if duo caro is not taken tosecuro proper
management. Uoth ovordrying and
hasty drying nro bad for tho fodder,
and should bo studiously avoided. All
tho bost authorities agreo that tho
choicest hay is that which is withered
uudcr cloud v skies rather than sub
jected to the lieree heat of a burning
sun. Consequently in weather like tho
prosont, alter constaui surnng uy mu
haymaking maehino has been kept up
until tho fodder is about half dried, tho
hay-rako should bo employed to pull it
into rolls that small cocks may bo
readily mado by hand, after which, by
putting the cocks three or four into
one, and making them larger and lnrg'
or every day, conditioning may bo
gradually insured without tho fodder
losing much virtue or its healthy green
AN INAPI'lilCIATED THF.B,
In tho viciuity of most western cities
and villages are clusters of trees that
nro generally considered as vegetablo
nuisaucos. lliey are silver poplars,
and are so called because ono side of
the loaf is nearly whito. Objection is
made to these trees because so many
prouls fpring up from the roots when
they aro disturbed in any way. So far
as is known no attempt has been mado
in this country to utilize theso trees
for auv other purpose than for produc
ing shadu. A Canadian, however, has
been experimenting with them and has
ascertained, to ids own satisfaction,
that they aro very valuable. Ho states
that the wood makes excellent timber
and boards, and that it ranks next to
maple as a fuel. It produces very good
charcoal. The treo possesses great ad
vantages in Us quick growth, its har-
liness and the ease with which it is
propagated. A treo planted by him
twenty years previously yielded four
cords of lirewood. lie propagates it
by means of cuttings from the last
growu wood, cut a toot long, irom
above a bud to just below oue, and
thrust uto tho ground about nino
inches, lie plants them four feet
apart each way, and cultivates them
for two years, so that tho ground is
kept free from grass uud weeds, und
the roots aro not disturbed. They then
shade the soil so that further cultiva
tion is unnecessary, l'lauted in this
way tho trees bocomo tall and single
stemmed. In ten years' time they af
ford excellent fuel, and in cutting them
down sprouts about tho stumps will
take their places. Thero is some objec
tion to having a grove of silver poplars
on tho 3ido of a field that is under cul
tivation, as tho plow will cut oil' many
roots and causo sprouts to roots to ap
pear. Ho recommends the tree for
our northwestern states nud territories
as well as for tho western portion of
Canada, Ho states as tho result of his
observations, that the troe will mako
three times tho growth In a given num
ber of years that is attained by a hard
wood tree that is ordinarily cultivated.
The cuttings have only a nominal valuo
aud aro almost certain to live and grow
in any kind of soil. Tho cost of culti
vation in the manner he suggests is
trilling. For protection against tho
wind he considers silver poplars as su
perior to any trees planted for that
CHuICL' WILD liEliHIEi.
It Is an undeniable fact that but fow
of the cultivated berries aro equal in
flavor to sotno that grow wild in the
meadows and on the hillsides. Prob
ably every person who has been berry
ing rememiier3 having now and then
como upon bushes or vines of vigorous
growth, uiuerent In appearance from
those around and yielding abundantly
of tho most delicious fruit, and vet.
doubtless, not one in a hundred. or per-
naps a thousand, ever noted the fact
that the fruit was a variety of itself and
if planted iu tho garden would continue
tho choice yield.
These superior varieties are uot. of
course, found promiscuously scattered
over tho country, and plentiful, but aro
occasionally met with and thoughtless
ly passed by or, perhaps, destroyed by
the husbandman. It is a good plan
when ono of theso superior varieties is
found to mark the cano or bush and at
the proper time remove and transplant.
We very well remember when a boy of
picking gallons of blackberries of uti
ordinary quality iu a single day, uud
porhaps once or twice during that time
of coming upon an entirely diil'erent
variety a strong growing bush, diil'er
cnt in contour, perhaps sparsely thorn
cd, and loaded with fruit us laru as
mulberries, aud as delicious as Targe.
Tho same experience came to mhid
when recalling the gathering of rasp
berries and strawberries. In later
years such of these were collected and
cultivated with abuudant reward. In
growing tho wild varieties of the black
berry the best success was obtained by
planting thorn beside a fence and cov
ering tho ground about tho roots with
small, partly decayed
Watered Their Stock.
In Peoria, Ills., was a stock company
of three brothers, having a capital of
I'.'O.OOO. Tho dividends were so largo
and the opportunity for increasing the
business so fair that one of the brothers
wuut to a lawyer aud explained:
"Frits uud Jacob und mo talk it all
over, und wo conclude to put some wa
ter in our stock. Shust how wo should
do him wo duuno."
"llow much do you want to increase
"Vliell, aboudt $10, 000."
"Well, we'll get some more certili-
cates printed and I 11 see to tho water
ing. Just leave it all to me,"
And as the partners remarked to
each other about three weeks later:
"How vash it dot lawyer put all dot
vatcr in his own pocked und calls fur
oin i! dividends on us?" U.t .SJrat'
Tyson, who owns or controls most of
the hotel news stands hi New York
begun his career as a barefooted iiew-
boy in the mreeis ( Now Y,k. and to
Uis credit be it .said that he i rather
proud than otherwise of his small be-
I 'lTt ,,,, U w"rlh "''""l
r&UO.OOO, and he has one of hu llmil
40.vc.n j:i: ,, s0UmU
A Few Word on ,uuil-Sliooiiiii;.
nw, a word or two about the best
practice in qiiJtil-shnotin,r 'j'),;,,
wneu iiusiien rises wu.n a suddenness
and foreo that nro quite trying to tho
eyes and nerves of young Bhooters. Tho
sound mado by tho wings of tho bird
adds to tho startling olToet. This is
apt to throw you oil' your guard am
rendor you somowhat confusod and
unoertain of hand and vision. Tho
quail's Hight Is very swift, and you
must shoot quickly; but you must also
shoot deliberately. Ho suro that you
nro your rignt-nand uarrol first, as it
scatters tho shot widor. and resorvo
your left-hand barrel for the longer
ranee, osncciallv if von uriah tn .v...
In Hushing quail, tho bird will some
times rise nt vonr fnef. an ra.,n.i.
then thero is danger that you will bo
i . . . . 1. 1 - ....
in 100 mucu nasie 10 nro. iho best
way to prevent random nhnntlrnr in
such a case. is. to wait till rnnr v ai,m
nus aujusieu nseu, mat is, until vou
I'le.my eu inn mrecuon 01 thO bird s
.1 ; i ti'i.
ingnu ion unco you navo command
of your vision, and havo ncnulrnd tho
power of centering it on the flfin"
(.'aiuu, )uu wid w uuio 10 cover your
point of aim with vour mm withm
Ml 1.. .11. . -
iri,n ....... I ...I . .
iiiii-ujvui uu" mis poiniea game,
do uot rush suddenly forward to flush
it. Consider a moment. and lnnt nh,t
tho laudscapo to see if any person or
uuwuai is msiuio. icxt cons itor n
what direction tho gamo is likely to Uy
11 anv mien covert is nenr t ia r,,,itn
ouiu iu presuiuu inui mo oiru will go In
that direction. Now stop slowly and
firmly forward, holding vr.nr mm in
., t . ... . 1. - . .1 . . . . ... T .
front of you with tho ruuzzlo pointing
upuuiu unci itwuyirom vou.
Tho bird will riso in "a ntnen inniina
untui 14 , i'jiuiij3, oj miocn
feet, aud there steady itself for a strong,
straight flight. If vou can ir0t vonr
aim or cover vour bird nt nhnnt thn
time it begins to fly levol, you will And
)our suoi mosi suiisiactory trom
Marvin and his Jlou Hunter a "
Maurice ThomvsotL in SL Nicholas for
Dig l'oituneo in 1'htladelphJa,
My attention has been called to a
statement recently published in ono of
the Sunday papers purporting to bo a
list of the millionaires of rhiladclphia.
In which no fortune Is set down atmoro
than $ J, 000, 000, while tho most of them
nre below that sum. Such lists aslhis
aro mere guesswork, and show in a
striking manner the poculiar contrast
between tho spirit oi Journalism and
social life in tho two cities of New
York and rhiladclphia. In New York
the universal tendency is to cxaggcrato
the magnitude of private fortunes, tho
amount of business, tho cost of public
works, tho value of property, etc. j
while on the other hand, in Philade
lphia, the prevalent spirit Is exactly
the reverse of this. Here it is custom
ary to belittle the private fortunes of
our leading citizens, to depreciate the
volume of trade, the value of property,
and generally grumble and growl about
everything and everybody. Theestato
i the .ute j homos II. l owers was
Valued at i'J.ooo.OO1), and tho surviving
partty:r, William S. Weightman, Is
Worth from $10,0uo.i.".i0 to 112,000.000.
The estate of the late Thomas A. Scott
was worth at least $10Jn0,OU0. The
estate of the late Joseph Harrison was
estimated hv himself during his life
time at $7,000,000. The Estate of Uich
ard I). Wood wa3 worth at his death
$7, i. hjO, 000, and Is now much larger.
The two brothers Drexel arc each worth
at least $.M,0o0,UOO; aud these are only
a few of the largo estates owned in
l'hiladelphia. Our manufacturers in
clude many large millionaires. Qcr
The Lite oi' ti Herder.
For a life of labor iu the service of
others, says a writer in the San Fran
cisco i'hronkk, sheep-herding is tho
most independent in tho world. Every
thing pertaining to tho immediate wel
fare of the flock is left to the discretion
of the herder. This is necessarily tho
case, as the "range" is usually remoto
from the homo of the owner, who vis
its tho camp as seldom as is consistent
with a proper supply of provisions and
an eye to tho ultimate proht3. Tho
successful herder, therefore, takes an
interest in tho property intrusted to
his care. Ho must possess consider
able judgment aud staying qualities,
and, in crowded ranges, suflicientcom
bativeness to enable him to "stand oil"
his neighbors aud get his share of tho
gras3. The dwelling of the sheep
herder is usually a littlo board cabin
about six by nine, without a floor, built
on a spot selected with an eye to tho
natural shelter for the "laying ground"
of the sheep and proximity to water.
Sometimes a corral built of portable
panels is added, but often tho sheep
aro never iuclosod at all. In the latter
Case the herder is obliged to sleep with
one eye open in order to Jump up and
head tho Land back if thev attempt to
leave during tho night If he is not
too sound a sleeper they can not lcavo
without awakening him by thoir unus
ual bleating if they are ewes and
lambs, or by tho jingliug of their bells
if they aro dry ewes or wethers.
A Wonderful Well.
Mr. L. A. Smith, living a few miles
irom town, commenced a year or so
ago to drill a well ou his farm, and nf
tcr going down some 218 feet without
gettlug water he discontinued tho work
intending to resume at some fntnm
time. It is rather amusing to convurso
Over the mouth ol tins well. What is
said is audibly repeated from tho well
me replies oeing instantaneous.
you drop a pebble into it, tho sound
produced is like tho liring of a gun al
most. We aro not philosopher enougi
to account for the phenomenon. t're
douia (Kis.) Democrat.
An enthusiastic New Jersey capital
ist nas started an extensive plantation
of cocoauul trees iu Dade couuty, along
tho southern coast of Florida. Tho
seed nuts were brought from South
Carolina. They were germinated, Mid
about lOU.Ovn) plants have been set out,
at a cost ol nearly $-10,000. Next win
ter tho number will bo largely in.
creased. It requires six years for tho
trees to begin to yield returns, but it is
i stiinaied that tho grove will pay- 10
i. tr cent on a valuation of 12.000,000.
A lull-grown Ueo will product) sixty
nuls ) early.
Infantile l'lood Purifiers anil
Skin Beaut ilicrs.
A Positive Cure for Every Form of Skin
aud Blood Diseases, from Fimplon
INFANTILE and lSlrth IJnmorj, Milk ("runt,
I bcalk'il HiiaJ, Kc.emiiH, nnd cvory furiu of Itch
mi". SckI)', Hniply, Scrofulous and lulii-rited Dl
t'Uhtvof the Maud. Skill, and "Sculp, with Ion of
lUIr, from Infancy to Abp, cured by the I'i tutiu
Ckhiilvikt. the u!w hlood jiurillur. Internally, Mid
I't'Tieut nud I'i'Tioi'UA Soap, the yri'at fklii cure,
extiTiittTlv. AliHolulely nru and Dufe. und may t)
u.nl from the moment of hirlh.
"OUR LITTLE HOY."
Mr. and Mm. Kven-tt Sti'libliin, Itoh hertmui,
,Mm . rilio: "Our llitlo hoy wan lernlilj iitllirt
ed wllh Scrofula, Suit Uhriini mid h ryHlpcliiH uver
Hindi he n Imru, anil notliit e wn could irlvc
him helped til ! until uu trinl ill.- Cut li'iirn Iteme
ilii'K, wIih li inuliinlly cured lam, until he in now n
luir us any child."
"WOKK9 TO A CHAUM."
J. S. Wo k, Knq.,T. wn Tn-anuier, St. Alhan,
Vt., fay in n letter dutrd May iV. "It work to a
charm on my Imhy'H luce and head. Cured C.e
li t' H (1 entirely, and ha nearly cleaum d the hire of
ire. I have recommended It to neveral, uud lr.
l'laiit haii rdered it for them."
"A TEMilULE CASE."
Charles I'nyro Hinklo. Jersey City Iti-lcIUs. N.J,
writes: "My son, a hul of twelvii years, was com
pIMely cured of a terrlhlo case of Ki n ma by tho
Cutlcura lh mt'die". Kroni the top of his head to
the solos of his feet wai ono mass of scabs " Kv
erv other remedy and phyHlclauH had been tried
FOR TALE, LANGUID,
Kmurlated children, with tiimtily. sallow skin, the
Cuticura lie tneJk will )r. vu a jieiiei t blessint;,
chui slnt! the Moml and skin ol Inherited im
purities and expelling the yern s of scrofula, rheu
matism, consumption and severe bklu dmutica.
Sold hy all drujcists). rnco: ( ci ictha. M cts. :
Khsoi.yknt, 1 ; Soap, -Acts. rurrKii Ditto and
Cukmic I. Co , Jlo.tn, Muss.
Send for "'llow to 1 ure Skm Uiseases. '
1) 1 V Vs.
l se Cuticurn Soap, an exqinslti'lT
J)itll peihimed skin ltcuutitier, and Toll-
et, llulh aitd Nursery Sanative
Comitlete Treatment with In
haler tor One Dollar.
The Great Hale mic Din liiatloo
of Witch iU.ul, Amerkuu 1'iue.
Canada Kir, .Mailjnld, Clover IUi.s
sorii, eic .called Sanpouh'h 1m
i al Cubk, for the lmmediaie relief
m.rt pernianent cure of eviry loim
of Catarrh, fiom a sluii..- Cold in
the bend to h.ss of smell, Taste aiid
Hearing.', Ci.tich and t alarrhal
CoLsuuiptlon. Cemplete treat
ment, cunii-iiiK ol one bottle Had
icaK tre, one hoi Catarrhal Soly
ent, and ono Improved Inhaler, In
ore package, mav low be bad of
all Urnirt'lsts ror l. Ask for bAN
KOUIJ'S KAU1CAL CL'hK.
I he only absolute specific we know of. "Med.
Times. "1 he best we have found in a lifetime of
siiilerini;"-lliv. I-r. WlL'Kin, llrston. "After a
loriif strupirle with Catarrh, the Hadu al Ci'uk has
conquered. ' Kev. S. W. Monroe, l.t-wlBbuigh,
I'a '"I have not found a case that it did rot re
lieve ut once." Andrew Lee, Manchester, Mush.
1'OJTJR DllL'U AND C'HKM ICAL Co., llostotl
Collin's Voltair klvclric l'U
Ivi lmumtly HlToctH die NYtv-
O'll ti.VCtl 111 Mill liKlliwIirH
I'aln. A tiu firt Kltctrir but
tery conitilnnl with a I'orouM
P. lister for iit. Ir annihi
lates Tithi, vitnlii!fi Weuk tind
Worn Out I'lirtK. rim irtlii iiH
UI3 THE CBI
'J ireu Alurcliw, prevent D'nenno, il dot moio In
onu hlf urn time thrin any other )UMvr In tho
W'jrkl. Sold i vcrjlwlit re.
What Struck an 0M Soldier.
'It will soon be twenty years since tho var clos
Under the hot sua of August, lsf2, the village of
Dover. N. J lay still as thu sphinx Iu Eypt,
whilo Elijah Sharp, of that pluce, slowly and soft
ly spoke of thu past. "Yes," he said, "1 was In
the army aud saw many of tho slub'.s of thoso
fearful yeara. I was finally discharged from disa
bility reiultinj; from sunstroks. 1 came home
miserable In health and spirits; so enfeebled that
I took cold on the slinhtet exposure. Life seem
ed worthless to rue: 1 lived only lu memory "
"That wa sad tconub," i said, dividing my
last two ciRurs,
That s so," responded Mr. Sharp, "but I L'ot
over It. Outgrew It; Not exactly. When in that
condition I beuan lakini; Kami Kit's Tonic, and my
health commenced to imprv riyht away. I was
asunisne-i hi u. anu bo was my wile. I plied on
the flesh and could eat anything. .Vy ambition
blared up I could attend to business, and now
excepting that I bave to tHke cure about exposing
myself to ihu hot sun-I am as well as 1 w.is the
day 1 enlisted. What dlll'ejences thero aro in
thiucs nuns and bayonets kill; 1'ai.kkh.' Tonic
This prepaiatlon, which bus benn known no
Paiikkii's (iiNOKit Tonic, will berealter he culled
simply l'AUKKii'B "1 onil. As unprincipled d alem
are constantly decelviut; their cutomsrH by i;ib-
stltutlnK Inrerlor urtli jes under the nama of cln.
ger, and as lni;eris really an unimpottuiit lut'red
Ient, we drop the misleading word.
Thero I) no chaniio, however in the preparation
itself, and all thu bottles remaining In the harria
of dealers, wrapped under the name of I'ahkhi s
Ginokh Tonio, conlain the genuine medicine, If
the fac-simlle signature of Himjock i Co. Is at tho
bottom of the outside wrapper.
TUE BEST TJ11SU KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
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INOI.Y, iiml gives universal HHtlnfuctiou. HQ
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