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l?or tlio year 800 vc will curry an umisual large stock--
Gold Tens, Chnino,
Clocks, Slcovo Buttons,
Collnr Buttons, Carving
Sots, Tins, Rings,
Charms, Wntclios, Clocks,
Card Itecoivors, Litter.
Dishes, Thiiiibh ,
Berry Spoons, Supar.
Bowls, Croamorn, ('pern
Knivos, Forks, Sp.ana
' Etc., Etc., Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE 'ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
C. M. THOMKS
AND LEADING BRANDS OF
202 East High Street, Jefferson Oity.
QUALITY AMD .WEIGHT s GUARANTEE!
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES-
r A. All AaM .ao.ij-
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
-Sole Agent for Royal Java Co.ee.
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
THE PLACE FOP.
JACOB TANNER. T. M. BA11K
TAOTSTBR & BASUEOSK.
. DEALERS IN.
WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS.
fliotaetfs, Reaper's and Binders,
AND ALL KINDS OP
'flSr'Wo ,0"nly handle tha very best material nnd at the very lo vest
flguref. Glyo us a call anil wp will guarantee cnllro satisfaction In ovry
particular. If not convenient, to td), address us a .card.
44 ry, T.VNNKU & UAKKEft, JiliTeraon CUy, Mo.
-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
rUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY EVENINO.
F. G. FuLKnnsox, Business Mntitigcr.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR,
S-AJVEEMHl COPDIS TOHH.
Entered at the Postojjlcc at Jefferson City,
Ho., tin second class matter,
Now ScrlOB.'Jnn. 7, 18W
Thursday, Febiuary 27, 1800.
Call and examine samples and
prices of Job work.
Buy a non-magnetic watch ana sccuro
a perfect tinio peace at Macanioy's.
Send m your subscription at once for
Tub Kei'uiimoak. Only ono dollar per
yoar in advance.
A lino lino of Indies' and gents' Oold
watches at Macauley's jewelry store,
next to Exchango Dank.
Oct your watch, clock and jewelry re-
pairing dono at II, A. Macaulev's
jewelry store, No. 2DI East High street.
A fluolbio of ladles' and gents' Chains,
Charms, l'lns, Cuff buttons untl nil kinds
of jewelry nt JIacauIcy 's.
f..md us your orders for job printing If
yon want neat and clean work nt low
llglllcs. Call and tea snnnilno. mil n.
Paillcs bub lileil
tilled to fell In up at nneo. All accounts
not paid by Fcbiuary 1, will bo given In
the hands of the authorities for collec
tion. Pay tip at onco and you will save
t-oublo and citienso.
On the first of March I will onen
my galleiy over M.JOoldinan's store,
which will be the bet equipped in
the state, having the latest improved
iii'lruinents, and will be phased to
jiavc ail my friends call on inc. Tlio-c
having pieliucs due liiein, from inc,
;an have eatiic by calling on M. Gold
February 1st, I890.;
Too ST PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS 4 MANITOBA
RY and r.s branches b.camo tho
GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE.
ir 'ou aki: going
I'O THE FKF.K FAUMSOFTHE JIIIJv
KI nt VALLEY,
GREAT NO'tfllKRN R 1" . LINK.
I'O THE CiO.'.l), SI1.YKK, COPPER.
IKON and CO VI. MIXES of MONTANA
gi?i:at northkisn r y. link.
TO CHEAT FALLS, THE rUTUIiE
INOUSTKIAL CENTRE OF THE
taki: tiii: -
GHKAT NORTHERN RY. LINK.
I'O HELENA, KU1TE, SPOICANE
FALLS AND THE COAST CITIES,
GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINK.
TO FARGO, CKOOKSTON, GRAND
FORKS AND WINNIPEG-,
GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINK.
IO ALL MIVXESOTA. SOl'TII DA-
KO 1' A .NORTH DA KOTA , M O N TANA ,
IDAHO, OREGON, WASHINGTON,
JALll'(!RNIA and MAMTOISA Points,
GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINK.
For ticket t niaps'uiid guides, apply to
your home ticket agent or uite to
F. I. AVI1ITNEV,
Hon. I'm ami Ticket Ajrenl.
(Jrcut Norlliirn IIuIIhii,
St- Paul, Minn.
ec7"TllO GUI. AT NOUTIIKKN llAIIAVAY
Line runs lu own Mannilleout Dlnln''
Curs, Palace Sleeping Car., Speol.il
Aiiainncnt uar ana l ieu Uo lulstSIeen.
ors on Daily Through Tiabii.
Thp snow of last Friday soon tlia-appeared.
The steamer Helena will go up tho
Osago next week. ., ,
Mr. C. A Delrckx of Taos, has
become a resident of tills city.
Our enterprising business men aro
preparing for a large, spring trade.
Mr. F. W. Roor has fitted his ofllco"
up In the most convenient manner.
For Sat. tsl
Closing thorn out. Lot of Davis sow
ing machines at cost, at George Perth's
Children's hats worth 75c and SI,
aro being sold at M. Goldman's for
Tho Friday Missouri clothing house
is making n fino duplay of new
Mr. Goldman was hi the cast last I
week making purchases of now '
Capt. C. V. Thomas is at his place
of business again, after a pleasant
Tho ferryboat has had long and
troublesome trips crossing tho riycr
during the past week.
Calvin Gaructt and Miss Amanda
Alexander of Ccnlrctown, were 11
censed to wed last Friday.
Cases of clothing ajid gent's fur
nishing goods purchased by M, Goid
unn, arc arriving every day.
Mr. Will C. Thornton is pushing
bis recently patented American
creamery and milk-shipping can .
George 1. Illylho and Mary E.
Forbes, bo'.li of Rnono county, ob-
Tlie snow of last Friday disap
peared before Monday noon.
Scdalia gets tho next meeting of
tuo btato Republican League.
A number of county candidates
havo announced In several counties.
Mr. W. A. Lockwood has rented
tho farm of Mr. Dlx, threo tulles
west of the city.
Mr. F. M. Tagart of tbo firm of
Tagart & Elliott, merchants at Ma
rlon, was in tho city last week.
Married. Rrlco Smith and Mlsb
Kva Harris, at Scott's Station, Cole
county, Mo., on February 10, by R.
Although the election seems to be
a long ways off, it is not too early to
arrange the preliminaries for the
coming struggle Iloldcn Herald.
Mr. Geo. W. Spurr, who lives four
miles west of this city, was appointed
deputy United States marshal for
lliis district, last week. Mr. Spurr is
an intelligent and Industrious fanner,
and will no doubt fill tbo ofllco of
Hon. Matt G. Reynolds of St.
Louis, was re-elected president of the
Republican State League at the meet-
Tho roads aro In very bad condition
Somo of Mr. Doll.'s family havo been
quite sick for screral days pa?t.
Miss Sarah Kelbly attended the wed
ding of her cousin and friend, Mr. L.
Dosa and Miss Anna Maddox of near
Mr. and Mrs. Coyncr made a business
trip to Jeff City Saturday of last wtek.
Weduesday morning of last week Mr
A. Dlstlcr wore an unusual bright
miiIIc. It is a boy.
School closed at Harmony school house
Friday of last week. Tho exercises were
very entertaining; everything passed off
very pleasantly, nnd Mrs. Martin, the
teacher, treated all her pupils to candy
Mrs. Mai tin returned to her home near
Urnzlto, Mo,, last Sunday.
Mr. F. M. Tagart, of tho firm cf
Tagart & Elliott, was In Jefferson City
Thursday ou business.
Mr. James Glenn of lluchanau county,
Mo., returned Tlursdny; bo was called
bore to see bis slek mother.
tabled marriage license Monday.
M. Goldman has been in the mar
Selling Books by Subscription,
Tliu lnclmw n M'llir.tfl'w.ks by euhxrrjptinn
lit'.ii itianv lulvtiiil.lLri', mir itnv other, nml u
il illy Krovvlnu la iniiwruivi' uiuf HH!hintv. liv
tins iiH'lluxl the ultutitioa ni t!n) iiuiciinVcr i'o
'.ut(.ii io vuiiiniiiu unit., ui uuic.'i netiDiii re
main la entire i'xnoruien If they Meru f nM lit
.in other wny. It a lliu mutt iltrtet anil i.lin.
-ceilier ihii mii.r teuuiiiiiieul wiiy In hm lmok.
ttuokil mtrclnueil ut a retail Look blure h.tve
jjern'ritliy im'sml throiiKh 1'ic Ii.iii.Ih or fro'n two
to four iiiUldle inn, eat Ii i.r wlm.n inuta htic u
irollt. The Ithi-i-JKlu I'uWUIilHif Cu., M. Louis
Slo, olTi'ts protUnMo eniptu) nifiit lu till who
h Iflh lo tftiKHKe in the busitu'jg. Iltjiertencu li
not nrcoiiacj, hut any latly or k'eulleiuaii with
luttlllKciKT. nntl ln.lu(r can iimke a ouccem or
the work. 'J heir inibln'iitlo.iM nro llrst claj,
Jut eiicli book at out joutifT iieoiilo ntiil our
oliler i'cnili hotil.l reaJ bcokj tiint leu.l lo
nuLo iHU'lllfont 1110,1 oiul nomcn; book a Unit
teuil icuil thln8 lh.it the' nujfht to know:
diii'Ii hooka us ii fi'loii'li.! Kiiiiilly iiil'.io, niiluii
la ni ItM'U niHi'locteiloiedl.ttin,!ljllnilklnnv.
Ivtli!e llnlii.nirs iln-liirj' or Hi- t'l.lted Males
in iinutlicr sjilt tnllit book j a s:ilu or out 300,000
eoint'i. nicuKN lo'iuiy iu iittoror 119 i;re.n worth,
Tint tVnlllli'a (J clolieillii of I Ttit. .., ,it l!i .... I.
edgo U iinollier cork Hint lia. cirteil Itiuay lo
a Honilcrfiil eufeem: 100,000 roi,J.a or thin thlen
did ejeloi'edln, inude and edited eHrrciuUy for
tho lunstcs, Imve been sold, mid tho sale l still
very larfre. They nlto handlo the lied Letter
i.iio oi ui.u iiL',uoni'. niiioiey explorations in
.iirirn. itit. . io ivti ii i.mrj o t merit'. i. ret
iile'it Kami nud Mock Creloncdlii Tho I'lnsi.
,..il Life of Uoth So.ea (;nurtlilii. fjtt'n ;,,.,(
Wedlock, and lll.tory ft tho (irnndrtrmy of tho
lici'Uljlii'., Another siloiidid book, uvitukIhe ii
ilftcoa hnndred tcU a mouth, U llldpntli'a Ujclo
itodlit of t'lllvir'.ilo lllttory, a tiook that i
bound lo be read by lent of tliousimda of tchol.
ar, fM by thoso who lay no claim to cholr.
fctilu. and lin et love a elenr. Ktrniirtitfnrtt ...,i
untler.taiulabto record or tho treat events of
tbo world's history, Tho iiouularlty of tills book
It something wonderful,
For further particulars, circulars, terms lo
ugetit., vtv., uutttvsv,
thk mvKKsiDi: rnir.isiiiNdco.
703 Olive St. ST. LOUIS, Mo.
WorUl B1UU.UU. Uwi
lw4lehU tb world. Pwfsct
uliu uoin nuniifitT tin.
Both ladUi tn-i fetn i ttir.
with toiki uii tiin iif
tath loxably can iui ona
Hon. James S. lioteford of Kansas
City, received -i!)3 1-2 roles.
Senator J. C. McGInnis of St.
Louis, in hia speech at tho meeting
of the S'atc Hepublican I-cnguo at
Kansas City iast wenk, when differ
ent citie3 were asking for the next
I mnnlittry cn!,1. ill!,. I.r,i:n.,r,,1
account of its location Jefferson City
was the best place in the state for
lmltli'if Rt'lto pnnvontintiQ. l.nf. fia (li'.f
kct for the past two weeks and is eR ,md nul m.c(1 h(j fftvorcil Sc
still there, buying a complete spring jaa
. , ,, ' Among the gentlemen in the re
Hie engine room of Ilragg ball H l)l1) ican rals W(ju(, ion(jl, (hc
being pulled down, and the building , recc,v, hQnoi. Qt llslmilU8
will continue to be put in shape for Jll(,gc w h WMat.Q) B nblo ,BW.
city purposes. ' ycr) a lak,ntcd jurist a bl.jiillnt ora.
Tho lax-payers of thoSecond ward tor and a genial gentleman . lie haa
arc urging Mr. A. C. Sboup lo be- a strong following and would make a
come a candidate for alderman at tho victorious leader. If the Klevcntli
coining election. district republicans desire to select a
Mr. Herman Dullc, in making winning standard bearer in the corn
garden last week unearthed a lot of ing congressional contest, tlicy will
potato bugs that were alive and And him in tbo person of Judge W.
moved about when dug up, as if L Wallace. Laclede Republican,
hunting for fresh potato vines. j rhs sllggC5lion , tho republican
Mr. John Vaughn of Aurora League convention, of Major Win.
Springs, who has been attending Warner as tiie nominee for governor
medical school In Keokuk, Iowa, in 1892, was received with the wild
passed through this city last week est applause. "Rilly" isn't hand-
on his return home for the vacation, some ; but lie lias the get-there pro-
Mis Hctllt, Walker, who has been clivitics, and while this paper will
assistant teacher in the high school of ceorfullj- support any of the gcntlc
tlil eilv " tendered her resignation. mc" wuom il ''M. from timo to timc-
which was accepted la,t Fiiday by mentioned as available, it heartily
the school board.
Jlr. A. J. Murray, of the Urm of Mur
ray it Weaver of Ccntretown, was here
ing in Kansas City last week by a ! Wednesday.
vote or ou.' wnitc ms opponent,
Dr. I. N. Knloe has Income a resi
dent of this city. He and bis family
arc heartily welcomed. The doctor
prefers Maj. Warner. Laclede Re-
Warrcnsburg Normal school
is one of Cole county's most popular , correspondent to the Missouri School
nin,nnC nmi ni.v.w.i,,,,. ! Journal says i The Crescent society
I gave an elocutionary content. The
I prize, a beautiful crescent pin, wai
citizens nnd pliysiciaii3
Mr. J. W. Adams, who has taught
a very successful six month's school
at Klston, closed the term last Fri
day and passed through this city
Tuesday last on bis return home to
Huiiccton, Cooper couuly.
Tom Sawyer, March 8;lhcNoos
family, a noted musical attraction,
March 15, and the Clara Louise Kel
logg Opera Co., March 17, arc tho
next attractions engaged by Manager
1'rof. J. K. Hunter, teacher of the
Scliuinate Chapel school, gave Tun
Hiu'inii.tCAK olllco a pleasant call last
Saturday. Tho professor is ono of
tlr. most popular and successful
teachers of tilts connly.
It is to be regretted that the public
schools In this city will close with an
eight months' school tills year, which
will oral in April. Tho school taxes
seem large to the people who' havo to
pay it, biit it docs not appear suf
ficient to carry tbo school term
Mr. George Wagner celebrated his
fiftieth year as a resident of Cole
county on last Friday'thc 21st. Dur
ing llii's period Mr.'Wagucr has been
respected and honored by all who
have known him. Hojias also raised
a largo family, wIioliave and do yet
enjoy tbo entire confidence of our
people Tup Rltuqlican wishes him
many moro years among us, and con
tinued prosperity of himself and fain
Good Bargain for All
awarded to Miss Helen Dix, of Jef
ferson City, who recited, "Gone With
a Handsomer Man,"
M!ss Helen i3 a graduate of the
Jefferson City schools, is well known
here, and her many young filends
and acquaintances congratulate her
upon her continued successful scliO'
Mis. Glenn, wife of Capt. Johnson
Glenn, a rci-Idont for many years of
Mai Ion this county, died Tuesday morn
ing of lat week of pneumonia. Mrs.
Glenn was .17 years of age. She leaves
a family of live children, all grown, and
lier husband to mourn herlo'-s. Mrs.
Glenn had many friends in this part of
the county. She vas a kind mother and
a devoted wife. The Capt. and
family have tho kind sympathy of the
nclghboihood In their bereavement.
Dr. V.. T. lllackwell wa call.'d t) St.
Louis lat Saturday to attend to one of
Mr. C Kdwauls children, and returned
Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. and Mis.
Mrs. llornbucklc of 'Warrcnsburg,
Mo., who has been visiting her s'ct r,
Mrs. Dr. 7.. T. lllackwell, left for St.
Louis last Saturday to vWt relatives
L. Uolllot, proprietor of the llonnots
Mill Hotel, went to Jefferson City this
week to buy Ice.
Mrs. Dr. G. F. Rootcs of Ilord, Mo. ,
.rid Miss Alice Uolllot of this plaeo,pald
a short visit to Chamois last .Monday and
Jitdgo Seay o I'ulon, Mo., pa-i-ed
through heie last Tuesday ou his way to
Mr. August Uolllot and family left for
Denver, Colo. They will make It their
home lu the future.
Mr. Ucnjamlu Meucvcy died nt Ids
home Wednesday, February 20. The
deceased was 73 years old and leaves an
aged wife and seven children to mourn
his loss. The beteaved relatives have
our heartfelt sympathies.
tendance ever had. Tbo monthly grado
of his stiidcutsare of a high order. Mr.
Adnms camo there a stranger, and at llrst
labored under serious disadvantages,
but be overcame nil and made a splendid
record and a host of friends. His roll
shows 0(1 students. If tbo patrons of tho
6chool and the scholars bad tho employ
ing of tho next teacher for tho Elston
school nluo out of every ten would voto
for Prof. Adams, If bo would consent to
havo tho next term. Wo do hope the
next school board will endeavor to se
cure his services for another term, there
by representing tho patrons and scholars
of tho district. 1'rof . Adams came hero
a sltidcnt from Ottcrvlllo college, highly
recommended by Trof. J. XI- Curllu.
Report of Elston school for the term
commencing September 2, 1889, and
ending February 21 , 1800. Wholo num
ber of daj's attended by all pupils during
the term, 7118. Wholo number of pupils
enrolled during tho term, OH. Averugo
number of days attended by each pupil,
7 13-13. Average dally attendance,
02 3-u. Whole number of days taught,
J. W. Auams, Principal.
Annie Routszonu, Ass't.
W. W. Wagner would make an ex
cellent candidate for senator in this
district. He is a sound republican,
a popular man and the strongest tim
ber in the district. Jeff. City Repub
lican. A splendid suggestion. Put it in
the shape of a motion and tho Auto-
gram will second it. There is no
man in the district whom this paper
had rather support than Rilly Wag
ner. We believe the hypocritical,
potcntious and duilinc perpenaitics
of Railroad Pass Jim will give tbo
republican nominee an easy walk over
next fall. Miller County Auto
gram. The great convention of the repub
lican League at Kansas City may bo
truly regarded as an important event
in the political history of the state.
glance at the list of men who com
Mr. Levi Dosa of Chicago and Miss
Anna Maddux were married last week,
Rev. II. T. Tipton olHelatlug. We con
gratulate tho young couple, wishing
them all possible happiness through
their journey of lite.
Mr. T. W. Mahau is attending a pro
tracted meeting, and Is stopping with bis
daughter, Mrs. J, X. Collett.
Prof. J. W. Adams will lu a few days
return to Ottervillo college nud attend
the remainder of the term, which will
close on the 13. h of June. Miss Anna
Itoutsznng will also attend the remainder
of the term,
Wo learn that Mrs. Judge Ehtou was
on tbo sick list la;t week.
Prof. Cbas. Peter closed bis school
term at Pilot Grove last Saturday.
L'iGrlppe struck your correspondent
last weeK. The result so far Is that both
panics are considerably worsted,
Wo learn that sickness prevented Rev.
E. Y. Oynu from attending tho pro
tracted meeting, now being held In El
ton. Thti meeting Is being continued
this week by Revs. Thompson and Tip
tun. Jonathan Adam of lljiieetou, Mo. ,
and a brother of Mr. Adaui,caiiie down
Friday to bo present at tho school enter
tainment, Mr. Adams Is also a school
teacher and a professional lu teaching
penmanship of Speneeiian system.
Ills specimens are of the tluest order. He
offers his services to teach a writing
school term or two tit very reasonable
rates. Wo would like to see tho peoplo
of Elston and vicinity organize a class
and employ Mr. Adams. It Is very Im
portant with every person to bo able to
write a neat, plalnjbttslness band, and
hero Is a chance to greatly Improve this
re., tertili.. witb r l.trt
.lubl. II,,. llou.uhnl.1
lies, tb... nmilH,., Vt.ll
Ltrtftw.. All ill. woik lou
tt J ll t thotr M btl w. muJ yoslv tbo. wbor.ll-ttir
ftWiid. ibi ncl(bboraiidibMS suvtit ,ou-ibitft!trr)t.
v,,t.lu4bt.trsa.lbitt.t.hlrbholU fgryMtl ttb.naucun.tl,
and lha. tt. .i. i.dUJ. V, m. til ttHr... OCbl. .1.. Afl
T.s ku.w .11, liTOU would lit. torlw.rk for ul. rot, iu.
T1ffrd.a s B-v n4 bPMtlfai nlnUt.r CPnOTTEaEO
PARLOR SLT for 49d.,.,tbUtJSI,itJULLet.kDblT.rl.Di.d
posed that staunch body of patriotic
citizens is sulllclent to-canvincc the i art iiudor an experienced Instructor nt a
nnbllu that the rcnabliean luitv was very small cot. Hoys get up a class;
lo lit iratdaraoflbtaiiaKar. Tarn tarMBacarIIaDlf U ccuta
,etJ.lYrtllrfoi.'hellieaoiniUtral.itilailiif of Ou ui a.utl
OAturaaj.tt atlla tteasililJffaaMtjr4uafvldlaatt ariltL.
?"r:MA . t.. rrtM. iVnm voir In votir 1n
t.vi,VB,rntiil,n,.... H.mi.t.,w.ittoi.iinill , (l.n tltt lti uw. v.. i tf
Iudbeljbhor..odroMfliinuDdU.lkuslB.nftDHIyUkr;MTK. 1 1 . , ; ... , ,
iT. f dUAlYHcBi. no rtrtW sfa.rts nu.l.f-.f fcnitos, 4 il.n Itenrtfi of ItlO llCOtllC St. JOSCIlll
DwltoftOlo, K.iWnllBVHjUK.r..ltt.lic.,r,i.l.,; l"u ""I" uu yv-Wl'IH ut lwjm
never more thoroughly triited and in
better condition to contend for and
advanco its cherished principles.
Throughout the whole proceedings a
spirit of deep earnestness, conserva
tism and patriotism was breathed,
which argues well far tho future of
the party and strikingly controverts
the charge of dissension tliciiin. The
general outpouring of leading repub
licans all over tho state to take an
aclivo part in the convention signifies
that tho living principles for which
they have so long contended, arolt.l
JUMtUU, OHIO, B0.dr.0BO
UIIMnor. "ir.lowronot UVlum,
don't let the oppoilunlty pass
Tho Eltnu school term closed last
Friday- Tho enteitalnment held on
Friday cvenlne was a grand success. It
surpassed anything of the kind ever held
lu any pievlons school, Every student
performed their parts of the program
willi promptness and precision nud nil
did remaikably well for the limited tinio
they baJ to prepare their parts. Tho
teachers and students wcro highly com
plimented by the largo nudlcuco and pa.
trims of the school. Prof, Adnms, as
principal, has given ibe puoplo of Elston
one of tho bent schools ever taught In tho
place, and universal satisfaction prevails
with the patrons at tho eu 1 of his term
Something unnsual for this district, bo
has provo.l himself a success ns an edu
cator. UU record shows the largest v
If the labels arc fastened to the trees
with wire, care should be taken to seo
that they do not get too tight and choko
If pruning Is begun when the trco Is
set out and properly followed, the neces
sity for reverso pruning Is avoided.
In the garden or orchard the best plan
Is to spread tho manure ns fast as It Is
hauled out, scattering as evenly as pos
If the cows have been fed liberally on
bran the manure IsTaltiablcforthe onion
bed, as these plants require considerable
A good rotation In the garden is as es
sential In t-ecuiing the bet results it
is with the Held crop. Plau it out now.
I'o cure black knot on the plum apply
a mixture of turpentine, kerosene and
linseed nitl afMBHaiaBolaiiiuro than Is
nei'Cfsary ttcuv'lfTnseni.eil pint
Da not allow the bu.-hes or suckers lo
grow nroiiiid the apple or pear trees.
Keep them trimmed or pinched. They
tike ninch fiom the tree that should go
to the limbs or branches.
Have a row of horseradish in Ibe gar
den, it should be M!t out early lu the
spring as soon as the soil will admit of
proper woiklug. I."se sets and plant
Plant the plum trees near the poultry
houic and give tho fowls a free rango
among them. They will do a good work
In destroying insect pests that Injure
both tbo trees and tbo fruit.
Trees planted for a wind-break should
bo of a quick-growing nnd dense habit,
wilh as nearly perpetual foliage as pos
In places where tbey will aot be mo
lested by stock, grape vines can be traine
on the fences.
When the garden plot is used coutlrs-
uouly a regular system of rotatiou
should bo carried out.
Mako the house to faco tho south.
Do not koep a hen or rooster over four
years old .
It Is tho attention paid to the details
that Insures success-
Do not undertake to hatch out young
poultry now unless you have a warm
place for them.
Fat should always be avoided with
laying hens If you expect a good supply
A dry clean dust bath will enable the
fowls to help considerably towards clean
ing themselves of vermin.
There is no economy In dosing fowls
that aro well In order to keep them well.
It Is bad enough to bo obliged to doctor
At Ihe.llrst sign of idoknoss among the
fowls separate all that are ailing from
the well ones as soon as po-slble.
If fldl and winter layers are wanted
the eggs must be set and the chickens
hatched out early.
Thoro Is no gam lu hatching ducks.
gceso or guineas too caily. Chickens
should bo hatched first, then turkeys,
then ducks, then geese and guineas.
The principal object iu raising pea
fowls Is for tbo feathers, although occa
sionally ono is used on tho table. Gen
erally they are more ornauicutal than
Under ordinary conditions tho feathers
from tho ducks and gecso can be made
fully a3 protitable a3 tho fowls or eggs.
uui u mis is uono tliov.miist be nicked
Poultry that brines tho most nrlcc must
bo of good quality, well fattened and
properly prepared so as to present a neat
appearance when placed on sale.
Cue nil vantage In earlv batched uhlek.
ens Is that they will bring In money at a
timo when there uro few farm products
that can bo sent to market; this Is often
quite an Item.
It Is easy to spend more time and
medicine on u sick fowl than I t Wfllllll lilt
worth If It was well with tho chances all
against n cure. Somo chopped meat anil
an occasional feed of table scraps soaked
In milk will bo found much better, as
well ns more economical, than a steady
feed of grain, evon though of different
Young ducks, if given comfortable
quarters, will oftcu begin to lay early In
January, hut old ducks generally will'
not before tho mlddlo or latter part ot
4fr .t-tiffV&tta it.