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Coal Tar on the Farm.
Tlio attention of our reader has boon
frequently called to the value of coal
tar on the fnim, especially In the pres
ervation of woods, and "we aro moro
forcibly impressed with its value as our
experiments begin to assutnfl tlio au
thority of a dumonslrntion. Much list
been written of its adaptation to the
noods of the farmer as a cheap paint
for out-buildings; without dolruutiti
from its value for such purposes, we
are led to bolicvo that this is one of the
minor considerations In its practical
uo, nnd that the creat purpose to
which it will be applied will bo in the
preservation of timber and the conver
sion of woods, liable to dorav from ex
posure, to material va'uablo for all pur
poses. That cool tar does almost per
fectly preserve our soft woods has been
fully demonstrated, bo that it duos not
belong to the speculative.
Last year, to test for Iowa the value
of our soft wood, whan proporly treated,
we boiled posts of groun buss-wood,
watcr-clm, cotton-wood, white willow
and oak, in coal tar, allowing them to
remain in the tank ten minutes each;
then they were drained and piled up,
exposed to tho sun one month; after
ward they wero set in tho gtound ns
ordinary posts. At this date there is
no perceptible diflorence in their dura
bility; ail aro as sound as when set.
AV hat Is more remarkable, t ho bass- wood
holds a nail apparently as woll as tho
oak. In cnttiiijr a cross section, tho tar
wenied to penetrate quite a distance,
tilliii the pores and burdening the
wood from one-half to threo-ejuiirters ot
an inch deep, which was like cement nnd
impervious to water. Much depends,
doubtless, upon the method of prepara
tion. Tho woo l should be green to ob
tain the best results. Farmers aro fa
miliar with the defided improvement in
the character of wood when cut green
and seasoned under shelter. I'oplar,
cotton-wood and whito willow thus pre
pared, make excellent fuel, liceeh und
other woods for mechanical purposes,
when tho groatest solidity ana tenacity
of fiber are required, are Pressed treen
and oiled, then are dried under cover.
The charring of wood also adds materi
ally to its durability, Coal tar secures
all these conditions. When tho green
post or board is plaeod in boiling tar
tho sap is expelled, and is replaced by
the tar to somo extent; deeper portions
are all'oetod as by rapid seasoning.
The vat for heating the tar may bo
mado liko an ordinary sap pan and of
any length; put in a barrel of tar nnd
dip tho whole post or as much as de
sired. The most particular part to bo
covered Is that just above aud below the
surface when set. Where great dura
bility is desired the post should bo
boiled thirty minutes or more; ton min
utes will answer for boards,
A barrel of coal tar, costing $;l, will
cover 150 posts, if boiled, or 'A0 if
dipped one half length. Tho cost of
boiling lumber in tar is estimated at $5
per thousand feet, and thus prepared,
even bass-wood is practically inde
structible. Treated with conl tar tho
long, slim white willow poles, so abund
ant in tho West, become as valuable as
cedar and aro the ready solution of tho
question, what shall wo do for fence
As a paint, one coat of hot tar is
worth more than any known prepara
tion of oil for tho preservation of wood.
Fro. S. A. Knapp, in Iowa SUUe llerfr.
"This Is tho portorhouso, is it?"
asked tho sad passenger, sitting at tho
corner table in the restaurant. . Yes,
sir," said the waiter, with tho weary air
of a man who was tired of having to tell
the sniuu Ho a thousand times a day,
'portcrhouso steak, sir, samo as you
ordered, sir." "Do you cut portor
house steak from botween the horns
this year?" asked tho sad passenger,
with tho Intonation of a man who want
ed to know. " Sir?" said the waiter.
"It seemed to be a trifle tenderer last
year," tho sad passenger went on,
with tho air of a tired man indulging
in pleasant reminiscences of the
pant, "but I romcuiber now; it was
cut a tritlo lower down then. Last
j car you cut your porterhouse steaks
from tho curl in the forehead, and the
sirloins from the shin. Hut I think
this comes from between the horns. I
used to live in a bearding house where
they out the ' porterhouse between the
horus, nnd this one reminds me of
then:. Animal dead this Bteak camo
from!"' " Dead," echoed tho astoii
ishod waiter; "course, sir. He was
butchered, sir." " Uutchored to make
a Konmn hulVl&y," sighed tho sad
passenger. "He would bo more likely
to niako a Roman swear. Well, it was
time ho was killed. He hadn't many
more years to live on this earth. Ah,
bore is tho brass tip from one of his
horns. Dropped into the steak, no
doubt, while you were slicing it off.
What do you do with those steaks when
the guests are through with them?"
The waiter looked puzzled. "Why,
sir," be said, "they ain't nothing left
of 'em, sir." "Possible?" said the sad
passengor; "what becomes of themP"
The waiter looked nervous. "What?"
ho said; "the customers cat them up."
The sad passenger looked up with an
alrcf interest. "Incredible," he ex
claimed; "cannot accept your state
ment without proof. They may hide
them under their chairs, 01 sue re to
them in their napkins, or they may
carry them away in their pockets to
throw at burglars, but I cannot be
lieve they eat them. Here, let me see
one of Ibera eat this, and I wJU believe
you. Trust me, good waiter, I "
But the waiter pointed to a plaoard
Inscribed: "Positively no trust," and
went to the cashier's desk to tell the
boss to look out for that man at thai
corner table, a ho didn't seem to be
satisfied with bis steak and had asked
for trust Burlington fawkeyt.
There Is an amlcablo way of ar
ranging all domesuo disputes, If one is
only wUling to Uke a little trouble Two
hot tempers are not likely to make
things smooth, especially when It Is the
fashion to be extremely polite to stran
gers, even when they are offensive, and
to be cross to one's own, even when they
try to be agreeable. "How do you get
on with your wife nowadavs?" was the
question asked. "Splendidly," was the
reply; "we have just discovered a se
cret and it works admirably." "And
pray what is it?" was the next ques
tion. "Why, you soo," was the reply,
"my wife and 1 are never at home at
the same time. When she conies in, I
go out; and when I come in, she goes
out. The plan works admirably, and
we are both very happy."
The vast wealth of the Rocky Moun
tains region has come to be an acknowl
edged fact, so far as gold and silver are
concerned, but the bulletin of the Amer
ican Iron and Steel Association speaks
of recent iron discoveries in tho south of
Utah which will prove a source of ini-
menso income to the country. The dis
covered metal comprises, so far as
known, thirty-eight mountains, consist
ing entirely of magnetic and specular
iron ore, which yields from t2 to 67 per
cert, metallic- iron. To supplement this
find, large beds of coal were discovered
in the samo vicinity.
The city fathers at Battle Creek.
Mich., havo passed an ordinance pro
hibiting the use of barbed-wiro fences
inside ttie city limits, nam cider ana
barbod fences sometimes play tho mis
chief with tho playful citizen, and tho
action of the officials above named will
no doubt meet with a whole cord of ap
proval. TiikrK Ik some corn In Michigan no poet
th.it it can't ufTord to wear silk. It will
have to return to it f odder. Vttrot Vrt
A risiiiEHMAN's occupation ought to ba
the most pr-;ilalile 'x-chukp his entire eros
receipts are net profits. htemlni Jiniiiwy
It's nil very nice to road about theme old
curfew IkiIIs. hut let a man bein nnw-a-tlavs
to pound daylight out of an old bell at
eiinsr-i, and the people would rally on him
so qiiluk that eultpeler wouldn't have hiin.
Ik'.ro.t t'rte J 'mm.
O.nk of the niont laughable things ever
soon la a niosiiilto alihliiit; on the check of
a Cleveland reporter, and stralninir himself
all to ptcccii In a wild, desperate clfurl to
ton Its Mini? In. The disappointment of
tbcukeella very ludicrous. Jlottun 1'mt,
Jim Wkiiitrii dropped In on Vnele Mnse
during one of tlio botli'st days la.-t week.
Old Alone suspected ,lim was afli-r a dram,
and sum enough, presently Jim a:
Tilde Miwp, I feel berry debilitate; luiii't
yer got no refreshments." "Vcrwaiu re
freshment"? Jim lake dat cheer ami -n in
the dure wliar da breeze kin strike yer.
Heab's a palm-leaf fan." 'l'txai Sjl.ny.
A wkw.tiiy Iron founder of Piitsburua
has bntiKht an island off the Alabama ena-t.
A he is known to lie afflicted with agricult
ural weaknesses, It I" believed that he in
tcuds to fence It ill Mini run n farm fur rais
ing steel cranes aud breeding Hes-cinerpUa.
" Vor arc a ilbiriaoo to your family, sir:
I am almost ashamed to call you my son,''
mill Mr. Sinii tiers to his offspring the oilier
day. " ay nutbiiiir, dad,' replied the
young sen pcKrace ; " I'm a much ashamed
of It at you are." ISmUm Jt.
Tn K sealea ued for welglilr.s f'ld In the
assay otlicca are so delicate thai one glance
from a squint-eyed man wilt throw them of
Sum Hkiimiakdt has drawn a plan foi
her tomb. It doca not, as milit be inferred,
re.emble tho barrel of a bul.uu or u Juiui
Of U pipe-
We are so thankful to say that our baby
was permanently cured of a dangerous and
protracted irregularity of the bowels by the
use of Hop Hitlers by its mother, which at
the same tlnio restored her to perfect health
and strength. The parents, itochester, N.
Y. bet another column. Buffalo .Vrw.
I USDimsTAXD that your son Is a bach
elor of arta," said Mrs. llrowii to Mrs.
Homespun, whose ton bai Just bceu gradu
ated at Harvard. " Well, yes." replied
Mrs. Uommpun, ' yei, lie's a bachelor but
he's engaged. "Motion Traucnpt.
The Prtu and the New and Great South,
The States of the South, acting after the
manner of the great railroads, have opened
a bureau for Information as to their re
oureea and attractions, In New York, and
London and other Kuropean cltlei. The
bureau will have aamplei ot the agricultural
and manufacturing interests of the South
and West for free exhibition, and for the In
formation of Intending emigrants.
The press of the South and West owe It to
themselves to note the growth of their re
spective centers, and the special excellence
of its manufactured product. Thla la a duty
which the press fulfills all over the world,
and one of Its highest nits-ions and services to
the people. lie supremacy of the West in
agricultural machinery is now conceded all
over the world, and the Cuartkr Oak
Stove. Works has punned Ht. Louis to the
front in this industry; but tbia snpurlorli y Is
attended with ther good result, the beat
akill will In the future locate Itself there,
and act Indirectly on the neighboring states
in supplying them with skilled labor and
building up other Industries. This was the
plan the Western States adopted iu building
up their respective agricultural and manu
facturing Intereats. (-3u)
Keeeaed fraai Deal.
William J. tour hi an, of Eouiervllle, Mass.,
saye: "la the fall of 1878 I waa taken with a
ioteif Herding of llutunut, followed by a severe
'""go- 1 waa admitted to the City Hospital.
While there the doctors tald I bad a hole fa my
leftlung as big as abalf dollar. I gave unbone,
but a friend told me of Da. Wm. lltul Bal
sa roa tbs Lusoa. I got a bottle, when to
my surprise I commenced to feel better, and to
day I feel In better spirits than I have the past
three year. I write tills hoplogthat every nae
afflicted with Diseased Lung. 111 uke Do. Wat.
Mux's Balsam roa tub Lusoa, and be con
vinced that CoaauMmoif cak as ccnin."
Also asure remedy for Coble, Cougha, and all
Cheat aud Lung Diseases. Bold by druggiaU.
BmS k. - u
Ak Druggists for " Hough on Rate." It clear
out rata, mice, toacb.ee, I ea, bed-bugs, 15c.
Turk la scarcely s person to be found
wbo will not be greatly benefited by a thor
ough ootirae of kidney-Wurt every spring.
If voti cannot prepare tho dry buy the liquid.
It has the tame effect 7'uHaifium.
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Farm ens," teamsters, don't experiment, but
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mhm mom fltttuaJ raiady Id olaualrg tba
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AND ALL OlSIASta
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a wAiinAH'iiiu vutim,
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For terms, apply to DR. PARKER,
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