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VOL. 1,
T U SCUM ll 1 A r MILLER COUNTY M1SSQ UI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER .30, IB79
NO 43
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TubUslied 'Jive r thurtlay.
-,",""(' , BDBS'JKll'TJONt I
Jerrtxrri Jn A(lvancet $1.00,
' not bald until thasxpltal'ioa of ibe jeer JI M
lOffleV 0 ftfii floor of Muoiio"nd
: - Odd FbIIowi tntldl&g'. ; : TV..!
f 8RMS OP CO0&VT; fj
'ClfcOtJlT COURt! Wwti Swmil Mdrtn.v lo
" FwhtUrV and SeenudJtaoday i a September,
, K. i ltDWABM, JOllg. M 1 ' 1 j
OOUNTT COUKTs MmU fint Vondajr
Uruw, My, Aufnrt nd Noib'r;
W. K. WujOBT, pr.l(Jin J ittr; Jon
8. Jon, 'in dWrlcr, Hikam Uskd, 3at
dar lu Fbruir. M y. Aug t wid Not-
mtMtr, Jiv.U. Toiid Judi-.
" t5TA.TR: '
Muw..wor ... - U. a mtOCKM V KI4.
fSstfrolBUl - - M. K. Hi.UK A I II.
Auditor . TH0Mrt HOLL.A1MY.
Att.(l.nr. . - JAKi,0S l fMITU.
ReiWroL.1 JAM. g. M' IIENKY
ttub't Pflhtt.i inMraotlna K. U. MI AN NUN.
JUlXiKS 8UPRSMK oaiJilT:
Ten V-wt - . JOHN W. IIESRY.
K,.htV.. WAUWJCK HOUuH.
SI Xft
Tout Yri
Two Year
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- , Wm. b. naptom.
4-' i. -' . U. NOBTU.
R.pronUtlT - SAMLT HABRI80H.
Jiuit a Curl Clwk - J()KLB.XAKK
Hhnff ColUoto. PMUKSBY fl. MILLKB
ProbU Ja W ATr.M'r - JAS. H. TOUU,
ProMCuUQit AU f " 'K.!.bWALB
. II.H. BUULINUAME
hchoul (Jimmllior J. M.BAKKlt
Coroo.r . S. P.HICKMAN.
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t HtJltLllKi
V. K. Church Mi. Piol, t 4 o'clock,
it. m. in lb t id oU 4.h tinudayt. Uv.
KTWISTt.. patlur.
B Couruli IhrU. 2id Sundif, morning
od oln., N. K. KarfC. ilor.
M. R. ghorcb, FUIwwhI. tJ'hunl Jnd
bbbVb, 11 . m. "'! Tuw umblk 7.30 p. in.,
.. - i U l" ItUMM, I'm lor. i
UUIHTIAN Church TukuiuM. 4 h tt&'t
ly, bumhiiic U mK, W. I". Doa)
pallor.
UPttlNO OAUU8S, 4.h Lwd'id.T, W..P.
ViiHll-y. j,lor.
HALKUChuroh.oB 4 h Ld'iday, 11 o .clock
a m. ft.m'l UuUihnr, .l.)r.
BAPTIST K.ir lh r eominonclnu Bnpl.
1H77. Tn U oi tnmtiiic f MCh church in
tbi. AfciOcUUua i rulml hy 8 iiuid.y. , ,
CNION Churrh Min 4 b Saturday In each
moots. J. M Hiob. m'M.
BIG RICH WOODS Ohurcr mil. Crd
Hturdv In uiuntb, B. O. Buf ka, nod.,
Thoa. M.ruhHni, Clvrk '
LI TTI.B RICH WlXHM 0nrli-.nwu d
Hal'y in au k raiwilh. J M Uibbs mod.
PLRASAmT' P01XT Church uwU lrt
Haiurlay Kld.-Jni H nfh, tuod. '
WRT OL,ZK; Church mwU ll Saturday,
J. ht. Hi bb. iiukI. -NKW
SALKM C-urch meeti 4th Saturday,
Kid. Duncan, oxxl. . . ., . ;
HABBATH ' School, t ltt. Tleaiant, 3
o'clock p. i. avcrj Buuday. I). 1(. Au.un,
tiupl.
Ti.-umM R. A. CbapUr N". 87,
A. T. A A. M.", meat at tbfir bull th8coiid
balurday after lull toon icli mt nth.
P. MaItHaM., B.P.
Wm. U. Hannitnln. Mo. .
TiiMuabla L dre Na. 487, A. V. ft A. M.
meat Baturday uo r boloia fi 11 muua in
Mch molilb. " "
11. 1)R1)I.YK0H1, W. M.
H. 0. Tobo. o'jr. "?
Amity UUAPTt", Mo. 142. O.R.S. mpti in
rogular eoinauniektn U 81 Haiurday rir
aotl lull mimn, at 7 p.m., in MmoiiIo Hall,
Tuacumblft, Mo. Vi.itm il-lria and brfib
ran will he frifenmlly and Onrdinlly wl
corned. Itn. Haw R. Havviotkik, W.M.
Mr.. Luit JotiNHOtr, A. iC
Mli Matti R. Cf MMlNoa, Swj'j.
Pleaaant Mi. Lodgrt. A.f.A A.M. No, 131.
in Ml at thtttr ball ou tfeiurday ayenlng on or
(fAt each foil oiooo.
Jamm Joan.TON, w. M.
Jaum Kttk, Sot'y. ;
tirumly. 'U. A. P. A. U. hold r.
KUlar aumnunlciiUona Saturday biht oo or
itf tull moon la aaoh month.
. J.h. CUMMCR, W. M,
f3L S. PB.t.jri. Bc'f. . .
J. O. -O. J!'.
. I - . TaMuiobia, Lodge, SOS.
I. O. O. T. U"U their regular meeting (very
Vedbcacay eyeoitig, at 7 o'clock p.m.
. . ' r,, l. Mab.uall, N. o.
Phic. F. Hadk8Tiii. Bec'y, , ,
Pieaiant Kv. Lodge, No. 05. 1.0 O. F.
tlold regular, .meeting every Saturday, at
1 o'eloek p. in. Vl.nlng brother, lo good
tending, arw ooriny inritea to Bitenrj.
; JOHB B. C'BOCKBB, N, Ot
Jab. C SiMPBoir. rieev.
IbaHa Lodge. Mo. 80, 1. 0.O. F. meet In
tegular eomntuulcBtioa Buery A'aturday v&.
ng V 7 ) ao p. wj. . - . ,
Iiaiab Latchrm N. O,
' Liiwullv a: T. jAits,fieo"y.. 1 . i
.GEO. FORTH; . .
(8uooa)j to B, Groti,)
, lBALB)B ID
"Wtntolae, Clonkai, JTo-wolry
m-t . AN I - ' r A i
XlJV JG3 1 1 WAllE, s
ill High -1 u 1 Ja-rrciuo Cni.ko
A kWc M Btcbe, Clock and Jwry
BrJpBU'ed BC9 Wwniut4. ''
CEA3D SITE0210 BISPLiT..
I
. ,tn6WBk 1 MirpiCrEO HT 0.TIC on
iatf kiuht or MOvaitniR 13ri. . .
Th?i-B It , a 1)1 cc fr! ihfwju'tt abend. Oo
lh olgM, bf Vtiemter 13, 1579. Trof. Tloe,
tha' aiiranoa ' aeent, avert tbl wa will boy
tba .boat brilliant maumrio dl.play avar it
naiaai " line when V nil Intent in I
purpoa-f the iky Hlteraly rlnd Bra,, Thr
(frand airplay tbli year til cpmmanoa auoui
one o'clock td the morning, tut the Profe.
tor tail thai llii m.fniBwace ot tha.iamn
will fully cooipuniaie lor the liiconicniouca
Of the lglt. ' ; ' ' '' ' ' . :
-'.J. .3XICaATiorio"EISS0tB! " ' ,
No laoa man douMt that a Ucpulllcan ma.
olny In Uixourl would ba mllllosi of dol
Ian added to tba fwprty valuation of ttli
laAr, Bod cbuim an tmiueoM S.kh of Ininrn.
craliOD, from llio Kau-ra tiaieaaod Europe.
A UvtnoCraiio lotj Jrlly to any .taU a:li iik
B beacon to Warn piupleaaray from It, Glob -Uereucrak.
8a far bi tbe declaration of o stalwart a
Journal aith Oloba-DainiHjrat, affect Immi
gration, MiMOurl will rseeiy HO accciilloni
to lU population trooi that ioure. The In
(era do it (rem tba above It tbat the material
latareiti of thia "tale are iufferln from Dom-
oaratio tu'a. Tbe truth, howTar, h thai
Muaourl U tiowlnf In papulation Bi d ad
Taut-lot: U ( : a rte which ihould not
only ba Rratilylnf to every MiMourlan, hU)
which nolle tbe wunJer of welilnlormd
people evirywber. The cltif I of the ttate
have growD Id li.e tail dwaje a. tbe citiea ol
no other l'.aU have grown. - Bt. Louii, It li
beiloYed, ha almoil doubled ita population
in nine year. Kentaa Oity hkt grown Irom
b mere village to a city of 41,000 people ilnee
1870. Et Jctephhaa Bdianved Irom IS 000
to 30 000 population. 8jdnlU,wiih a preaunt
populaitott of 13,000, wa bBrdiy known and
.carcelf had a place on the map ten yean
ago. Muberly, io the oio tine, ba coint
up from nothing to tbp dimcnilom of a city.
Merlco bi aiultitl.ed tU population in tbli
penod. ' Hionlb! h.i nearly doubled Hfeli
atnee the lait cenaua. Marjvllle hat much
more than dcublM It number In ten yean.
Joplto, with 16,000 pei'p a, ba grown iom
abaoluiely BoihtuK in ibi lime. AprmgaeKI
bu kpt pai-e wtih lb moi proiprr jui and
li the prld of tho Boutbwut. Boonville,
Cimeroo and b aoore mure ot tbe viilirei o;
ten )mr Bgo are now proipernui ani grow.
ids cllm. The popl'ntioit ol ito lttti, t-
cording to tba n-t arcviilbl slti.t04, tliowi
tbat uiore than 7OJ.0U0 n.uli bave been added
to tbe population oi tbe male unce the lat
UHlted bia't-l ceraui wn tak-n; a number,
we Ibu tilnb.Lemocrnt loi'bforre, which
it nearly equal lo tbe ent'.ie Opulkiion ot
Kaim at liii itma. id maloriai eavai.ee
Uleot, tba iiicreaati in wealth, Ibe growth in
manuiaoture ba bean eon ernat. r than In
population if true and not e.'lmiu d talue be
lakep. Ai d all tb' under Democratic rule
od to b "Kohbor Blatu." Mtaeuurt Ue
Itaelt more In pn p.iruon lo it wealth tur
tiublic tchmilaand education than anv of the
atale oi ID union, wiui, peioapa. inree ex
Cft t'om, and baa fewer nnmiuai Mini lewer
pauper In proportion to population than
WaBLhur.etl.
And s lariber dgniilcant fact ii that the
an ale. t erowth ai d leweet crio a Bud the
bent ichool are In tboie very crtioili Where
DemiKtrade rain t. mwt abtnlute, and where
no other rule would ever hve ten touibl
under a free ballot tSo ri h are IbeiBMiurcti
of tin tw. ntivorab'e lie KtMiurniibi. o
nufwrlor the dvi.i-g" it ( Dt r. to luiniigra-
llon. koij io aeru' a e permn ana property
that so amount it (rdu t on ffrowlog out of
ui'Dowil Dirtv ulif- ncu. to rtay or mater
ally re.ara it arowin si Aiue.
... . . ... . m . .
JoutlbI.
. . Crop and Xulti Eeporli.
) Another rite In ptlct of breadstuff wai
made la.t week. Tbe rlie ia partly the legit
imate tffevt of an unuiuaily large demand for
export, but It ha been materially atimulated
by tba manipulation of t peculator. Tbe
New York Bu I tin ): "A clique headed
by ooe or two leading New Ytk receiver
aud ebippar, aid backed by Wall ttreel cap.
lul and ii fl uei.ee, ba bad control of the
wheat market for elx week pa-fed. During
that time Whaat haa advanced M cert, and
ooro 1 eenta por buihal. . Tba tmprovtrovnt
ba Neil tco well miined Dd tba legiu.
mat Ibflueooet In It favor tco procouaced
uxadmlt of it. N Ir.g wholly chargeable to
ipeculatlon." The anomalb ot tt ipecula
tie chaiige In price I tbown by tba fact that
wbile whaat lor riovrmber delivery la -
otnia higiier n Ctnoago ttan a eir ego, ai d
mesa perk I. (I per bitrr higher lor January
delivery, lard i. S3 to 27, cent lower. Tba
R d way Journal a titat it ta ixr-ecled tbat
tbe packer wbo look In all the October lard
delivered oo tbe 1.1, In order to bold price,
will make both November and ".tiler tba
year" deliveries on November lt, which
would break pricea abarply, a tbe.e aale
bare btea enoroiuut, Tbe tame paper, releis
log to tbate .tH-culatIv moyoiner4u, ,e.li.
mntea that wltbln about two month "there
baa been an IntWiton by (peculation amount,
tug ro $1)6,000 tXKJ In bn-ud.ii.tr and tl'H,.
00O.O0O lu bog BLd provljioba." A orrw
pondeut of tbe New Yoik ISullulln any that
tbe banker in Illinol agree to (taliiig that
larmer gt-noraly are paying off tbe tunrt
g-ge on tbalr fnrm., and that tboa wbo can
are holding back tbelr wheat. Lie ayl "1
want lo give the bull nd bears a p lut i n
abeat right bere. Wbcn lb larmiog com
munity era tn iucn a ot naillon tiiut tbey
faeve money to inveet In government, thuy
are not go eg to b ia any burry to rush tbelr
wheat or com on tbe market. Tbe termeri
ail believe that tbey will get $1 2& for wheal
and 40 ctriit lor corn beiorv another harvt.H
Tbe tjuaotlty vt wbeaf In right lui rt-a.ad
during lli wk loma 1 ftOO UH) bu.be), tbe
Mai being, Oct. 18 li, at) Stii.OtlO botbela,
Mr. J, b. Di ii if ibe Bureau ol y.atullci,
VjaahiOaton, D. C, givei lb loilowiog evm-
!y tba Uniled
' h Europe wilb
l'ir, dociog a
1 below (temandl:
-n CommU'toa ot
iNnplOIS Of lb"
irom, In 1H73,
J-.5J0. Eoropeea
wn are able
irii-oi) With lliB
;hiw llio num.
'" itikabiianl of
bt.re :an o ni iy in.
irafh biI tailed nieaU, wit
Iraeootng of trie hi me tuj'i .
'TaUlog the reuait o
liO'iliT, nial't undnr trie
InierenLioiiil Swll.tip! Ci,-
anifii I more livorsliln lr.
eoliitilie then tbe lateat Ci"
in make (lie fullowlnr eoiiij
Uniied S ale. (' !), ),
rxrol knlinai lor eeoii I
tbe tirerJ count rie:
CnUlo. Kh'ep
S-e. Total.
United Slate' ..tiOf 571
C7
3 C'JI
1,:
'1.178
1.BIK)
7
Kill
.. till
' " nil
l.llil
41
Lie
Oval Bit.(i ..-. Vit 1,1 1
P
19 '
17B
129 !
Jul
l-.n
- M
liS
1.17
ii9
161
Kfreiii.il.i...i.ii'' 't
rru.eia...... ill 'Ittl
Auetrta., u3l TUf
Holland !'fi 24 i
Biiuin.. 5. ' ' lU
rtei. aorlmid. RT'i ,, r '"''i
I all i.io mi
tpaln....fc..J. li 1.3t
ituwla, ........... . S17 017
ttori, ........ .....4 1 i i
ATreoiKurn818 S7
"Not only I tlie 'ibply of ckttla twice a
great in tho United Biatet, but a far bvgir
proportion I grown tor beef, wtnie ler
than a tbird are cowl kept for milk in thia
rountre, thklelna eoo.tnule two-third lo
Il.iUaiid, all tenth la -I'ru.vii, more than
half in France, half in Anntria, neatly four
rentba to Urnal Britain, and imitlar propor
tion, rii.t io other cnuntrte. It ta in that
he euppiy il .win I re time aa targe a. in
Europe, mil account, tor our aouiry io
rXDort twice aa much pork a. France pro
dueee, and even mere than tbn entire beef
orurtacl of tbat coumry." A tare Canadian
t'lportor of live fWw k ia advi,d by but Livtr
pool agent to discontinue turttier iiiipmnu
ibiaae.ion. He recommend tbe- eiportlrg
geeaeand turkey about Tbe middle oi Ncv-
ember or commeoreveni of December, and
he a recommoi'di poiatoe a a profitable
article for exportation. , i .
: - rrom Abroad. ;:s f
A revo'tllmn I. repotted to be rpreadlng lo
the Btate of Obibnahua, Mexico, and I. be
roming tarlon.. Tb. land trouble Ireland
are beoom'ng alarming; five hundred tenant
ol the Marquirf Bilgo and thaKari of I.ucan,
in County Mayo, have solemnly pledged
rhem.eive fo pay to Mnt ntitil a reduction
ihi aid be granted proportionate to the
great fall oi price of all kisdi of agricultural
produce. A notice waa pooled in County
Down that any man co ruins Into tbe county
ro pay more tbnn a pound (4 661 an acre tor
land may bring hit oolOn with him. A
arbema fie lo deviled by the r.prenanla
live of U0OUO miner in K iglnnd of pro
viding for a iletdy eral)rrtion ol miner 10
A u i-ii alia and America, lhu leeeenlng corn
petit ont each miner paya a amall weekly lub
oripnon, . and lot are drawn lor rhaocea to
emigrate. Thee ut aorlplloo pay the ex.
petiae. of e m'vrauW al tba rate ol XS to
Amerim, and tVi to Anmnli.. Heavy fluodi
occurrid lal we1n"TriTn, and tttere w
great Ion of life ard prop, r. Deep enow
ell la Bwltierloiid aiid Ah"Vm oo Hie 17th.
It w iz inche deep .t Vienna. It I re
ported tbat the Oeeat Power, have ailvlm d
Greece to accept the pmtocol. ot the lUrlin
treaty a the ban of aettlimert with Turkey
Sir Auttin Layard reMiri. tliat tbe ooiidi
lion ol Aia Minor i OMalUlacmry in ronee
quence of diMirreen.eni. hetweiB the Ruro.
pean inspector and IheTu'kwh i.tBoi" a. aiit
bad aduilui.tr. Hon i I Jn.iice. Tbe Engii.h
troop have taken Cabul. Much ler an
enterUhiad tbat tbe I oili wll.bg
Herat, and tbu hold tba key tn Wearer n
A'gbaolitao aud . the Rti Iadlan overlaud
rouw.
riSTiaa tbe blue bioos.
FBIOBTrPL FIHADBK. DJVII.OffO ATCBCKKT
UAL MOUNTAIN, 1M hl'hl tl CAROLINA .
AsitriLLR, N. 0 October 17. Positive In
f irmaMon reachet here It .day of orae remark.
able' disturbance in the Cbuky Oal Moun
tdn, one of the Blue Ridge range,, about lx-
ty mile from th (lace. The enrih in tome
place h been torn up lor a mile in length
acid a halt a mile in vi I tb to the gn at terror
of the denir-n ol thst Intoiattdcvtiriirv, wbo
ara item r!a d and btvs fled 10 lb valley .
for protection Irom ha'- .eemed io lie tue
impending ' di liui'''oii and .wallowing ol
hole mountain. Unueual d.utur hm.eei
were observed on If p ot the rang early laet
prlng, tbe earth at that point being i.oitcid
In (traduaily ylve aay until lireache were
made ia me place wi le enough to .wallow
hound. Tbt opening grew rapidly wider,
until aeveral ex'er.did to a quarter of a mile
ill length during the evenu g. io eome place
Hi pit (all between Ibe biracln are .eti'7
ty-flye and eighty leet deep, the wi.lib al tba
top varying Irom twenty five to thirty feet,
aud running down to a point. Tbe cau.e of
i lie remarkable phenomena ii unknown lotbe
d Uou bereabout, many ol the p ul be.
Hexing tbat the whole niounlaine, not old
tbu Chunky Gil, but the Koane ml oilier
range in tin vicinity will l .wallowed up
a few (iaj, and tbi y are U'Okttig out lor
a recurrence ol tl dt.turbance al any boor.
The .ceucaol th-e retna-kable oecui ranee it
in the Beigbborbood i f tbe Bald mountain,
tha giving way of wbiuh atlraoted uoiieidera
ble altentinn a tear or to aao. The move
ment . la tbe bowtl ol C hunky O-tl ara of
even a more remarkable character lb en tht
Bald mounlala diiturbattce. . . ,
, A railuro.
' Povldenea ?re.l
"Bun for a doctor and a glass of brandy,
quick," cried a red-nosed u.nn, slight'y over
come by tallgde ard so foitb, on Pawttukel
avenue, Hunday alternoon. Good Btmarilaas
started Off lu eutwer to bt appeal, wben thev
we rounded to by au addiuoual cry, t Djd'i
too many of you go for the doctor and not
enough for the brandy. I guotsi you better
all go for the brandy flr.t and tbe doctor
afterwards." They
lufi. blm alone with hi
thtrit uoder a shady tred.
Dispatcher- Irom Hen-y M. et.nley, Bepl
lfilh, have been received from Bantnt, B
point Juit below tbe rapid of tb tJor.go
They iodicat tb orgaulaatioa by Stanley of
a Belgian traveling conpaoy which i to reep
the flril pri fli ol Ibe pew and valuable South
Alrlcaa trad Wbioo event are now opening
pxmtlve flurc abuwin '
mining trait 'end Ornamental Treea.
W read a great aeal abuut tbe proper
lime of pruning tree, and e.perlally the ap
ple tree. Bumu prefer (all, tome mtd-wlntar,
Mitna early rpr ng, t.ui fiaicely one reconr
mend . the very beet time io bur humble
opinion mid rummer, Doublii-a tome old
(ogle will open tbelr eyei ad hold op their
band at Mich an Innovation, and denounce
it a. ab.urUlty; but we tiiiak we will be -u-talncd
by a mejurlty of tbe live diii.d( tb
dav. ;
If w de.tr to Improve the form of a fruit
tree and get rid ef eome ol the ijperfluoiia
WoeJf, we rliould prune In Winter; but If w
deeire 4rult and a perfect) healed .tump, we
rioutd prune ft tin tha 15.h of J un loth
yilih ol elvW b.ye done tbi often with
be hri-'' retail. Tita fruit bud iotm
alt'f tti', and tr y operation in rudilimly cut
ttrg rjfl it erf't) prodorei ln:l, ) Uie
wn.-r,',' ..; . , ..-4 j.uk K pi I ,iwJU
Only .ood. " vrf '
" Is prorilng ornamental Iree in mid-turn.
mer, - the baik, inrtead of receding front the
tump, grow oyer it, and in a tew jear. will
completely cover ll ami make a perlrct .10
putation, "We have noticed tbi upon out
own premiaes, a well at upon those ot
other, many time. Tbi pruning la done
when the tree I taking tUtnid'tummer electa,
and then wekes up, refrerhed tor another
tart end the bark gradually ileal nver the
atump a If a.bamed ot tbe lhabby-looklrg
eipmUre. .
VVbea the tree la In full leaf and preftent
It lull form to ud, we can tee txactly where
tbe pruning thould be done tn oriier tbet,
while tbe overgrowth may be removed, the
tmmetry of tb tree may be preoeiyed.
Ktpeoially ll mld-ummer pruning to be pre
lerred flr.t, to produce bud. on fruit-bearing
tree, g befcre ttated; tnrt, atcond, wben
iarre Hmb are to be removed. . . , - ,.
.. .' . Bedglni tud Wind-BroakJ.
In tbe traneaclion. of the Iowa Horticul
tural rJnetety, -1Au J, M. Mjera be tbu to
lay of" tbe?" wblUi wiiIlW end honey lotuit,
alter maoyyear of trial of hedging plant
and wind-break!. Hn think the be.t man
agement ' of- the willow It to Ukn none but
good .irong tbooU-vl leet year' growth, cut
tea Incbe long and .harpened, aivorted a
to tir". and lied in bundle ot twenty-five
ach. Place them, sharp end flown, in a
shallow pond or other water lor ten or Ulteeo I
days, and it tbe point are ituck in tbe mud
tbey will be bold io position! Plow tbe
ground deep and harrow well. Witba buck
akin on tbe right band, ibruil tb culling
lanting eight mcbe. into tb meilow soil,
ten Inchon apart Thoo keep tbe ground
perfectly clear ot weed., cultivate two more
year with the ihovi 1-plow, ann tbe hedge
may be "left alone In tit glory," and it will
make a good barrier. Bui it cut to Ibe
ground esny in the tprl g wben two yean
old, it will be much belter. It will be best
bl all by 'Maying," or bending tbe tiee
down in s boriajntal poiltlon at three yearn,
and trjinc ihera In a line with a ehoit piesti
of wire. Toe aleoag euijrrou lou about niej
be cut back every low year tor Are-wood. -
Bcatroytng Corn Smut.
Kyery year thousand of rattle die In the
wet. from the ertect. of eating 0 ro ttnut.
During lat fall and winter, whole herd
were tteitrnved by tbiectufein Kama, and
Nebretka, Tney were turned into large field,
and received no attention lor eome day at
the twd ol which time tbey were found dying
or dead. Tbi pretenl i perhip the mott
f vorabl time lor destroying the ear of corn
thai will Drove .dareeroui wben cat
tle ara turned luto tbe Held tbe coming tall
and winter. Tb rDut commence to develop
coon a tb trerm are formed and belore
they become bard. Tbe ears, even wben
oovered with bu.kt. may be distinguished by
iheir unnatural lia. They thould beaearcb.
d lor on every htli( wben lounl they thould
ha broken of. nut In basket or bans, carried
nut l tba field., and burned or burried. A
little timely attruMon to the matter may be
the meen of ravine teveral valuable animal.
Bv ' demrovir a ' tb amat y ear now the
rpraad of ibe fungti may be prevented. Kz.
ITEM AT IABCE.
Iowa Qualli are moving South,
Mlcliia-an - U telling more lumber than
ever belore. .
The Indiana - aoorn crop I about the
heatlmt for fifty yeare.
-Tb tteze.t pumpkin at TraTeree, Mich.,
fair, to k a tin'X dog at a prtaa.
One hundred and twenty car load of
Wheat tbnoder Into Dulutb every zt nour.
A Winston. N. O . lady dreamed her
i,bod was a rat, aud kicked him severely.
A vounir ladv ha been nominated fo."
snhool euperinteudent ot Ureea County,
WUcontiu..
England' bop errip Is the llgbtoit In
m.nv year., ana larrf tmoortation irom
Ameiiea ar inevilatiie. no longer can me
Briton taunt our alb drinker wllbi
"You 'avn't the 'op."
Ai butcher in New York County, Peno..
wiiile culttnir round Irom a slaughterer!
(tear, recently, touna in tb aeei a goaa ooi
lar dated iHVi. By the appearance oi me
psoe In which it wa ecclosed ll mutt have
been there lor tutue time.
The motaoitoe r won t'nt te.oa at
Fernaiidlna, F a., than ever before known.
Tna farmer have lisd to fro to work io tba
fields with motqulto netting wrapped an over
them, and there wa do peace aoywbe' w
ba found iwpt except such as might ba
obtained by sitting In a cloud ol tmoka,
. A German loiirnsl, Der Technlker. aay
that an exoellent dry coating for basement
.alia ta made of flftv uound. pitch.
IhTtv ' pound re.lu, six t pound
Knglith ; red, and twelve po' ndi
brik-dutt. Itoil thae Ingredients and mix
them thoroughly; then add about one-fourth
h. .nium. ol' oil of turnentlne. or CBOUsh 10
finvr - easily, so that a thin coallug may be
laid ion with a wbhe-wath or pamt rruab.
Wallstbu eoated are proof against dauipneia.
If a body take a toddy
litigely made of rye. .
"If tbat toddy ''ktiook" a body,
, . Need a body nU - ;
. Anybody tbat drink toddy 1
" (Weaihwr bt to fry)
. " , Tbeo that body takia big ehaaest
. Other world to uy.
"ft
lit
unt bab:e3'B..
I wa detained over Runflay In Brn.hnry(
and on fiunday morning I re.olved to o to
cburcb, Tbe first churofa I cam to, asmall
fiam (truitur with a wooded steptL had.,
the door and .window, lightly abut, but
there wa man. titling pn, the front Blepi .
whlttlipg a stick, and I sold to- throi - ',: -
"Are trou unnev?ted with this ehnrchr' 1 ' i
" x eas n earn, i hi hit t,vfu- .ij ,
"What Is ll nVo ed lot V h , ', . i
"Well, wortly oa actlount bf llaalci's b..'.
bl.-' ' ; ' ' " ' .
Bbietrr .: v; ?.m "l .- r ;
"Pit flown, and 11 1 tell you about It. Yon1 -:
kntiwJlank,' be cv'o thu.towa.to live a" .
'foeVwee k pertecS airaf,jer, aud be .;
rented a pew in this churcll.. It teeiu.ithat
B.nki had tbre HtU babl, triplets, aot t "
ninre's two - mofiths o'd, and then; fniSid. , '
tbe.e, be had twins about a year Ol I. 8 i
nobody ' knew about the bahtee; but Bank f '
wanted to have tna little darling bkpilztd, ,v
and be albwvd to Mm Bank that to ruth Ji n
tbe whole five babie Into church On Bnnday
might eiait remark, you understand, tf- ho t
tell led It tbat bed have 'era christened grad
uallv, at to speak. Aocordiiglv the next i
Sunday be (etched little Jimmy, one of lb i
triplets, and all went off vrell enough. Off, I
the followin Sunday he come a promenadln'
up tbe aisle with George Washington, an
other triplet, and Dr. Bion, er preacner,
he fixed bim up allrlgb. People thought IV
wa queer, bet when on next Sunday roornin'
Bank and bts wife am Into eburutt with
another baby. William Henry, erylng; like a
pawnee war-whoop, tomeof tbe folks couldn't
help tnlckerib', llowwnnever, nobody com
plained, and Bll.mlitht bavc been well It,
It nk. hadn't eome eion? tbe Sunday after
with EliUh Huntikir Bank., one ol the twins.'
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Kveryoody laugnea aoa sue. ana xtn, uun
were lurlous mad a anything, you know;
and wben Elijah Uunaiker B.nki hauled off
accidentally with his band and hit Dr. Btno'
who wa holding him daring the ceremony
. 1 1 . . J . L. . .1 ...... . A .n . f '
a wnaca in 9V lacv, aim iuvvuvh, vrr
pad him In the water, Mil. Btuka turned red ,
a nre ana looaeu a ii ne wouiu u w
murder aomebodV. :
Weil, you know, we all tbougnt tbi waa '
the lut, and public feeling kinder simmered (
down co toward tbe end of tbe week, wben ,
ho should com - boumlng op the anile on
Sunday - momiog but Mr. and Mr. Banks, '
with Tecumaeh ArUto'.le Banks, tbe remain'
tn' IwId! . Well, you ought Jut to 've beard ;
that oongregatloa laugl : ' I never teen
nuthln' iike it ia all ray experience. - Even '
Dr. Binn had to eniiW. : And tba Bankses,
they were perfectly wild with rage. Any. i
bow they baptized' Tecuraeb', and after .
meetin' tome ol the elder, got Joking about '
It. On (aid they'd have to apply to tber
town supervisor lor an extentlon of tbe .
water work.: aqothcr allowed tbat arrange ,
went owghl to be made to divert Uuckle- ,
bery Creek and ran U down tbe middle aisle
of the eburct: another made some kind ol a -
nke about butlnats being good became r .,,
many Bank were in town, homebody musk
bave told B.nk about it, lor what does be
do to revenge, blintel,? He lend down to
Clarian county to bi two listen to cutue and
bring tte'r children. Bo they naa a coupte
ol babits apiece, and toon at tbey arrived
Banks he begin to bring them to church
gradually, like tbe other. You never teen
ucb meeting a thetol The cnurcn waa
Jammed full aud people roarin. And when
Bank came in on sunay wun tan louna .
and last of hia iitlara' babies, the tmsteea
thought it was time. to Interfere. Gettlo' to '
be a farce, you know. Bj Deacon bmlia .
stepped up and t aid somethln' or other to
iianks, anu cantn. quicKnr-n a win, iaia
down the baby and baoged the deacon with
bi Ut- And no, I dunno how It wa, but lrt
minute there wai Banks and Deacon bniltb.
and Deacon Hubbard, and Banki s titter's
babv and me, all a rollin' and a butnpln' oyer ,
ibe' floor, hittin' and klckln' and whooptn' '
in a manner tbat wairidioulous to behold.
"And wben we all come to and got straight. .
ened out. Banks picked up the battered baby ,
of bis sister and quit, ana tne trustees neta '
an Informal- maelin' and agreed to olote tha
eburcb for - a month o'a lo kinder freest
Banks out and now we've 'but np; but I
reckon It I no use, lor I hear Btok has got
hi back up and gone oyer aid Joined ttia
baptlsta.?. - - - ' ; -.,
Bo I laid Bood dav to the sexton, and wont '
la search of another sanotuary. Ki.
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The maimer I passed. Tbe harvest s end- .
d. Tb v. cation Is over, Tba summer par
tie are broken up, and tbe en&itftur friends ;
have gona home. Tbe ' ducks' we shot are .
till flying around, bappy a. the duck we 111 .'
not boot. ' Tbe trout we caught ar growing
in weight and slaa from day to day. Tha '
memories of mounlala and ' fore.t and It',
linger to fill the coming winter day with tba ,
graoeof aaminer luo.bine. No more th
fund mosqutio wind bl melloW born; tie
black aunt baunt along ll.e long, long de
serted picnic grounds, no good man settles
on bit land-bii.ll neat. Tu Trapes ' smile
oat io ruddy bloom where rc tba trew.'
berry mockei tbe languid pocket-book. Tbe '
tound of tbe "agricultural bone trot1' I
baard in tba land, as tbe boneet bortemaa
wonder from fall to county lal, enter : bis '
borse in sli tbe race., under a many different '
names a tbers are oouuUe in the .United
Btales. Ataio tb agrioultural associations
are making enough money en the gnaibllnc '
privilege to pay tb premium on needle
work and sauasga oa tbe boof. Oon Is lb
salmon rod; gone Is the book of Diet; gone I ' '
the internal economy or the pockevbook
gone are several thing. The breeses of Sep
tember tigb dreamily through the rustling
blades of tbe ripened corn, and tbe lecture
field ibiiles with tba promise of bsrvetl. W
bave been bom about iwntty-lour hour v
hallo! train Unt aitead)? Tim we wer eft ,,,,
for Colorado. Hawkeve , ' ... .
. The pile of gold ta the Uotied Biatet Vreai.
ury October 1. was lbs largest la tba world,
ffltiU.OOtt tt5i 13,701,493 larger thsn tba . s- .
serve lb tba Bank of Kngiand. Tba silver la
tb Bank oi Prance ba been loflretsei sod
the gold bat declined aolH tb coin vulue af
" rich sllvsr rtrve It zreater "?, thai ol.
lor i- r louuaii
k, P.O.Box IHhv.
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