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MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE, OCTOBER 15, 1886.
Vol. LI.
?orsc 2)cpcirtmcnt.
Tlio Middlebury np.iU8Tr.lt now lnr moro
thnn n ycnr hns bcen glvlng nuicli origlniil
nnd vnlunblo tnformntlon upon Morgan and
othcr celebratcd hortcs. lt lntcnds lo com
tlmic publlshliig riiicli infovinntlim from weck
to wook, glvlng nt lont u pngo to lts Horsc
Pepnitmcnt. When sunlclcnt mnterlal has
nccumulated wo oxpect to plnco, lt ln book
lorm, puhlMilng llrt our voluiuc upon
the Morgnn Horsc, nnd iifterwards a ltcg
Ister of tlio liioii! dlstliigulshed lros und
porlormors. ln tho lutter wo hope to Includo
nll 5:30 pcrrormei!", wlth thelrbrcedlng, so fur
ne enn be nsocrtnlncd; nlso to dlstlngulsh bc
tweon thlngs tlmt nro known nml tlilngsthut
mount known, ln every pcdlgree. In ull cns
cs the evidcnee upon whtch tlio podlgrecs nrc
bnscd wlll bo given to the publle thiough the
olumns ol Tili'.Mimiixiiruv IIkoibteii. This,
we nre sntUllcd, Is wlint tlio publle wnnts nnd
onglit to hnvo. Mnny Judgmcnts nre bcttcr
tlnin one.
Tur. Itr.ntsTint by rcnsnn ot this extcnstve
lnlnnnntlon nnd this niotliod ol glvlng lt, Is
rapldly lieeouilng iiidl-ponsiiblo to ull breed--rn
nnd horsemon. lt should nlo be un ex
rulloiit iniMlliim for wlvurtlor, cspeclally
those denilng ln Morgan hor.-cs.
I'ro-orvu your lllcs, lov they wlll lonn, wlth
tlio fnll lndcxos thereto, ii most vnlunblo nnd
nviillable cvcloliodlii ot horsc mnttcrs.
THE LAMBERTS.
'L'lio Lambcrts Miijieni- to bo gainlng
f riemls ull ovcr tlio country. The stal
lloii Leander l.ambert latcly rcceived tht
preniium at tliu eonnty fair in New York.
The eolt which, witli its dam. tnok lirst
promiuin at tlic same fair wa alo by
Leander Lumbert, aml anotlicr foal of hi
get took tliu special pric for best .-tand-ard-bred
colt. Amerlcuii Cultlvator.
MOTION.
I.pnndor Lainbcrt is fnll brotlier to
Motion (2:2!), whoe deatli 011 the r(th
int. is so universally regretted by all
breeders. ln this vicinity. Motion was ln
color a dark and glossy ehestnut, witli
star, andlcitliindaiiklu white. Hestood
liands and weighed in stud condition
1000 poumls. llc was thirteen years old
this scason aml liad been owned by Jo-
seili Uattell sincc he was tlvc. Hls iner-
Its as a sire bcgan to bc apprcclated by
tlic miblic fonr year? airo, and for the
pat tliree ?ea-on lie has beun qtilte oi)
ular. le wlll lcave ln all abont two
hundredfoals of very unlforni excellcnec,
not only for speed bnt for that tyle and
beauty for which their sire va fo dis
tlnguUhcd. Motion va tmieh fatcr
than lecord, and la-t tniinier had all
his spt'cd, and but for h illncss would
have bcen very likuly to make a lowcr
niark thi- lall. Ile wa a 'on of Daniel
I.ainbert and hi dani va tlic trottinn
uiare Xuvijr .Mind by a on of Voun
Io?oov; -ccond dain. ol Morgan aml
le-eenj'i'r blood. Jlc a a hor?e of
ino.-t lL'inarkable inusenlar duvclopint'nt,
and had tiongth, ainbition and couragt'
without liinit. .Mr. liattell ha- relii-od
inanv ollcr- lor hini, unc a hi"h a .ix
tliousand dollar-.
lt conlidonlly exiiected, liowevor,
that the lilaee of Motion as a Mi'o wlll be
iiidio than lllled by the haniUoine bay
nlnc-ycar-old stallion I'liought, '011 of
Daniel I.anibert, who.-e btock, imw nuin-
boring about one liiindrcd, aru ol the high
vit jiromNe and de-crvedly poimlar.
'l'liought ha trotted iu all, eleven raee
Mx of wliieh he ha won, and in oach of
the othcr live has taken cither .'ceond or
third nioncv. Ile i now at Mvtie I'ark
in the hand" of 1). V. lili-s, who ha
driven hini in all hi winning race-.
FANN1E B. 2:29 1-2. BY LAMBERT
CHIEF.
Mr. E. I. Franklin, pre-ident uf thc
Karniers and Meehanic.' aiociation, At-
tlcboro, Mass., write to the Ameriean
Cnltivator as follows :
"e brought down a bav mare last
April which was flve ycars old the 2Sth
ult., and sliowed u a niile in 1.IM tlic tlr:
tiine ever upon our track. Witli my own
training aud driving tlirough the suniuicr
?lic trottwt atrial upon our track m 2.a,
I thcn tmt her iu I'oster liands at Xar-
ragansctt. Tliree weeks liefore our fair
(Sept. l."ij, shc won her race herc, takiug
a reeord of 2.1(1. At I'rovidence the fol
lowing wcek slie won the tirst heat from
llaireeu in 2.211 1-2, and drove the latter
out the next inorning in 2.27 1-1. llow
is that for a eolt not flve years old when
she got lier reeord V Dairccn wa- only
live lat April. Our niare's naine is Fan
nie Ii. Her sire is Lambert Chief. Shc
trotted the lat half of the fourth heat in
1.11 1-2, and the niiddle quartor of the
flfth heat in 11 1-1 sceonds.M
I.ambcrt Chief is hy Daniel Lambert
and is sire of Miunie Moulton, 2 :27 1-1.
SIRES OF TWO OR MORE NEW 2:30
PERFORMERS.
Thc following li-t N from tlic Turi,
Ficld and Farin, and i thc work ol Mr.
W. T. Chc.-lcr. It glve naiuc- and
brccdiug ofall .-iie that had produced
two or more 2:10 pertoinicrs iu 1SM1, up
to about .Scpt. 20, witli a lUt of sueh per
lonners :
(;i:nlt(ii: Wii.ki, by lliimblptoniuii
liolly piuik(r, by llcmy Clny.
CuitIp k 111
.Kuvorllu, b 111
Fnvorito Wllkes.b h
I111 Wilkoo, b u, pucur
Qiieeu Wllkcs, lilk m
Hiclmrd Wllko, b
Wllcox, b b, pnccr
Ki.Kcilo.vKKH, by lliiiiiblctonlun,
Oreon .Mouiitulii Mnld, by Ilurry Clny.
Azmoor, b h
Lot hloeiiin, b g
I'ulo Alto, h li
l'uruvluii llitteiH, b (,, pucer
Kcxlord, 1 1 1
bt. Ilcl, b 1 ,
dum,
2 21U,"
2 -25,'4
2 -liii
2 2!1,'
2 21'4
dum,
2 ::10
2 2.IJJ
2 -2ll'4
2:2.t,'
2 r2II4'
2-21
lll.UK llL'LI
Truxton.
by l'rudeu's III110 llull; ihiin by
Allco l'cyton, ch 111 2 30
ItulUoii -m
Lucy Kry, lir m rn)4-
llosn Rhfimiun, ch 111, pucer 2 .-25
ltoyul llounco, bK 2r2S'4'
l'ltiNCKl'S, by Woodford Miunbrliio; dum,
I'limrobe, by Aloxnndor's Abdtilhih.
r uiiiu ouki, u iu .
(iciiuvn, b iu
(iiiuiby, b h
(iiiltur, b 111
l'rinclpo, brh
2r20
2-254
2 r25!.'
2 riWi
Midiii.ktow.v, by Iluinblotomnn; dnm by
Yount? Vlvlnn.
liliiy.Noinu, K
Kuncy, ch 111.....
-Middletown, .Ir., ch h
Orange Jlud, b g
2 30
2.-24'
Jl.umi.n, by Iluuiblctonlnu; dani, Enchuu
trcs, by Abilnllnh.
Altitmuru 2 30
Yubn 2 li'i
2 N'i
l!i:i Wilkkk. bv Oooiko Wilkess dnin.Oiivon
Dldo, by Miitiibrfno Chlcl.
r.l'iiosiiuo, cn in, (pnccr; i.-4
.). It. Shcdd, bg 2 2",'
Ol'lnnii, b in 2"2!l
W'ay lie Wilkcd, b li, pncor 2 T2'.Hi
Swi:i:iwtakk. bv llaiiiblctonliin: dain, Kin-
nia MI1U, bv Anu'ricnii Mnr.
lllack.liick, blk U 2 2!)','
-Montgomery lloy, ch g i:2
Willett, 1)1! 2?27U
t.iv (iofi.ii. bv llambletonliin: dnm, I.ndv
Sanrord, by Aiiierlcnn Stnr.
iflllie, ) iz -r,'s
I. II. liould, ch lt 2r2S4-
(lj:ll, 1) n 2.21
Vot.rsTKKli. bv Iliiinliletonliuii dnin. I.ndv
I'atriot, by Ymintf 1'ntrlot.
(.nrver. o k
DoineMlc, b h
WlM.MM M. Hl l K. bv
2SI'4
llainblvtonlaii ;
iliini tlic Jmle C'urry lnare, by
iinponoii Tinv
2 :2!i'4-
SriV,"
lou.
I.ndv Iicfoi', u in, pucer
Lnily Wliltcfoot, b in...
.tf.rri:ii'.os 1'ihnci:. bv .llni Scott : dnm. I.ndv
Itenton, by (iiny's' lluinbletonliiii.
.Miieiic, o iu
Wlnotm, b in 2 :2.V4
MAMiniiso Kimi. bv Muinbrlno I'ntchcn;
dnm by i:dwln Korrest.
Klviin.eh b 2r27',
Kiiitf I'hllip, b h 2:2I)'4
MrNvi-Miv.i! Dt'itor. bv Hninblitnnt!iii : dnm.
Sutini't, iiy lioe'M Abduilnli Lhlet.
Antonlo, n n 2 ::.-'4
llerneii.b f 2:M
llni.Mo.Ni', bv Alo.xnnder's Abdallnh; dnin,
Itcllu, bv .Miiniliiino fblct.
Kr n. i 2:27
KIiiK.JIin.b (i, paeer
2.-2(11,'
(;ovi:itson rn.wiri:. bv Hliodc Nlnnd
; ilain,
2 :.n,n
ltello ilrnndiin, by Huiiiblctoiiimi.
J.on .11 ., ii n
The ltem, -! fr 2 .-27'4
I1a.miiu;toMn OVoodS), by Alcxunder's
Abdnlluh: dnin, n Moi(?nn niuie.
Jluinle U'oodf., rn 1 2:27'(
spottcd Niiu, rn t 2:2:i'4
Haim'V MKDILM. bv Iluinbletonlun; dnin.
1'rincos-', bv Aiiilru.'n Ilninblutonlan.
;rn("-t Multrnvcrs. b ir 2:2I4
(irtini.fnl b lil 2 :2(
HA.NIKt, l.AMIIKltT, by Ktlinn
Kniiny Cook, by Abdullah.
Alleu; dnm,
2S10
, 2:24
A111UC 1.011, I) 111
Ludy M., eh m
I).ii'.mu:Wi bv Iliunbletonlnn; dnm
Fongle, by Mnlth'.s Clny.
Kil. Arnun, b n, pucer
.nlm, r. K
SmiIIv
! .-2!l
1:2.1.',
IHCTAToi:, by llninblctonlniii diini, Clnrn,by
Aiiierleun Mnr.
Dclineutor, b h, pnccr 2:1."
.Iunlii-, blk h 2-27.V
Kaiky (ill'T, by Hcro of Thorndnlc; dain,
Knliy Ilellc, by Belmont.
Dlntonlc, blkh 2r2'4
.Muy Cltt, b m 2r2'.l,'
JIam.mont. bv Almont: dnm. Jlnu Kerifuson,
by Mnmbrlno Clilct.
.iioniKomcry . ...'4
Lewis It 2ri:i,V
NKi'MKW, by lluinbrliio: diun, Trottini,' Sis
tor, bv Ah'XiiinlerN Abdulluli.
I.ottic M., b m 2rt
Voucher, b h 2 :22
Xrrwoon, by llelmont; dnm, Mlsi l!ii9ell,
by l'llot .Ir.
Xntwood, Jr., ch (? 2rJ'.il9
AVoodnut, bif 2r.1a
I'ahai.'A", by Almont ; dnm, (ilory, by Juck.
Kon' Vitci n Mnr.
Kvu b m 2 -.".ii
Woodniont, b u pnccr 2:22','
M'i.tan, by Tlio Moor; dnm, biiltnnn, by
Delmonico.
IIIdiilKii.bij 2.27'4
MurKnret, b iu 2 '2
Ai.most, by Alexundcr's Abilullah; dnin by
Muiiibi ino Llik'f.
Altitude, bh 2"
I.Nti'i, b n 'J ':W
Wvvki.vmi CII1KI', by Kiic on; dnm by l'l
lot .Ir.
Muf, b k
yi-nltc, i-k 2-2'.M,
MORGANS IN TENNESSEE.
The lollowing lcttcr has bcen forward
ed to ti by W. II. II. Murray, now of
Killington, Vt. :
Ilr.it.MiTAiii: Ci.fii, Xasiivii.i.i:, 'I'enii., 1
.Scpteinbcr 17, lf-.sti. i
M:l Jh'ur Sir: I have not the plcasure
ol an acqiiaiutanee witli vou:buta the i
aceonipli-lnnent of the objoet ol
inv lct-
tcr may be ot mutuai ncnciit I adiirc-
you.
About 1SG0 Mr. David .lenning (for
nierly ol Woodstock, Vt.) brought to
thi eonnty oiiii' Morgan hor!', auioiig
thcin a stallion called botli llrceii Mouu
tain Kiack Ilawk aud Morgan lilaek
llawli. Tlii- hor-c wu said to have
trotted in 2 :."() 1-2 at St. Alhan, Vt., na
-l-ycar-old ; by tlic llatch hor-c out of a
da'iightcr ot (lill'ord Morgan. A year or
io latcr another .diipiiient camc ineluding
Vermont Uov (bv I'ike'ij (iill'ord Mor-
gan) and Lady tKll'ord, 'he by GiHonl,
he by Woodbury and he by .Iutin Mor
gan." Timc and war have swcpt away all thc
origiual iiiiportatiou. aud ucarly all ot
their imuicdiatc dccendaiitt,. But thero
remaius a on of tlic hoi'M1 lirst mcntiou
cd (Morgan Illack llawk) and Lady (iif
ford, callca Davy .lennings or Little
Davc, 2."i or 2(! ycars old, doing every
sprlng aetivu sefviee in thc tud and the
sire ot very niany valuable and uscful
aninials. ile is i'nside of 13 hands, of a
very dark aud rieh chetnut eolor, white
stur and lcct, (luitc fast but without a
reeord ; onic tendenev toward saddle
gaits, verv tlne tyle and aetion, rcmark-
iblc doeillty, grcat eniiuranee aml prcpo-
teney.
I lie alniost certaln transmlssion ot liis
quallties to his colts makes thcm very de
sirable and salcable, and moncv ean bc
made out of such a stallion herc. l)o vou
kuow where lic ean be found and at what
llgure
Yours truly,
J.no. M. JSass.
DANIEL LAMBERT AND VERMONT
BLACK HAWK.
Tkov, X. Y Sept. 20, 1SSIS.
Mit. KA'ni:i.L.
Dcar Sir . C'an you give me pcdigree
of Daniel Lainbcrt and Vermont Klaek
awk on both lre aml dam's sidc, aud
oblige.
.1. II. O.-TKISIlorT.
Daniel Lainbcrt by Kthan Allen by
Vermont Itlack Ilawlc bv Sherman Mor
gan by .lu-tin Morgan. Dani by Abdal-
lali by .Mambnut) by inip. Ales-engcr.
Keeona dam by Ktockliolni's Amcrican
rttar 1)3' Duroe liv inip. Diouied.
The daiu of Kthan Allen, Vermont
Klack Ilawk and Shcrinan Morgan aie
all of iiukuown blood. Ki. Kniiisxr.u.
Iinlrocn
llnrtlonl, b li..
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Krom Wcekly Wuiidor, Jnn. 1, M, publl.shcd
nt Itundolph, Vt.J
TAKE NOTICE.
Takcn up by the subscrlber iu Waits
field, somo thne iu the month of.Tulv
last, a two-year-old mare eolt, of a dark
browu eolor, with a strip of white iu her
faee, and one white foot she trots and
paees, but most natural to paeing. The
owner Is desired to prove jiroperty, ete.
Giliiliit Vait.
Waitsfield. Dee. 0, 1S02.
The beautiful full-blooded horse Defi
ance wlll stand for mares thceomlng sea
son at the stable of Captaiu Daniel Tay
lor iu Kerlln, in every wcek tlirough the
scason; and the remaiudcr of the thne at
tho stable of the subscrlber in llarre, at
the moderate prlee of threo dollars thu
leap, four dollars the scason, aud to
iusurc a foal as tho partles inay agree.
Sald horse Is tlve years old, seventeeu
and a half haudshlgh, well iiroportioned,
and is equal for eari'iage, strength aml
aetivity to any ln America.
JAMKS I'ADDOCK.
Karie, May ,1, 1801.
Ebcnezer AVood, llrookfleid, ndvertifcs
three-ycar-old tnarc colt wlth a white
gpot in fnt'c; trots and iavc.
.Stt'iihen Titeker, liandoljili, advcrtlfes
thc bc.nitiful bright porrel horse, Klng
llerod; llftecn haniU hlgh and well pro
portloned, to stand in Braintree and Uan
dolph. And Atno' Staples adverties tlio noted
hore Itepubliean, at Wllllatnstown,
llrookllcld and Kandolili, bothMay'Jl,
180.1.
Sllas Goodcnow, Stoekbridgc, advertls
e bright bay horse eolt, dark mane and
tall, white streak In face, u nattiral trot
tcr. Willlnni Adgc, Koyalton, Aprll 28,
lSfKt, advertises hls o-vear-old hore,
blaek mane nnd tail, abont 1 1 hands, a
nattiral trotter.
'I'he fnll-blooded horse, High Flier, i
advertied by Mokediali White, llrook
lleld, March, 1S0J: 1(1 hautl hlgh, bay,
black inanc and tail; two to fonr riullnr.
Huecphahis at Ilatidolpti, Uellanec
again, 17 l-2hanil, llerlinand llarre, and
the full-lilooded horo Mnrry Motnu at
Koyalton all in May 21, 1S0I.
The noted Silk Ktncklii". a lnll-blood-
cd stnd hor.-c, I'andoliih. 2 to Vi. .silk
Stoeking wa sircd by Ob-cnrity, u dani
by llneeplialni, his" grandain and grcat
grand-tlani were in a line from the old
Arabian Kanger fornierly owned bv (dl.
Willl. of llartford, fonn.
X. 1!. Ob-cnrity"s sire and dani werc
both hnported fron'i the llrt brced in Kng
land. Signed.
Wolcott Ai.i.r.x.
Kandolph, May .10, IMW.
Thi ! the lirst pedigree that appear.
May 12, lSOii. apjiears the elegaiit fnll
blooded horsc ManpiN, Wllliatntown
and Kandolph, 8.1 to $5. Marqnis i- l."
liands ,1 iiiehes higli, of large bone, and
tnoves eipial to any horse in the United
States. Ile wiii sired by tlie eelebrated
iniliorted horsc Marqnis ont of a full
blooded lnare. Alo beautiful horse I!n
eephalus again.
Vonng King Williatn, sired by that
fainous hniortcd lior.-e, old King Williatn
kept by tien. Olentt, and outof an exeel
lent Knglih niarc. 1 to 8i.
In the May -1, 1S07, nuinber of the
Wcekly Wanderer appears the following
advertWenient :
The Morgan hore will ?tandfor eover
ing this easnn at the table ol .lohn
iUi-. in Kandolph.
Kandolph. May 4. 1S07.
Thi i in-erteil lor the lat tiine in tlic
.Inne l.'ith nnnibcr.
In tlic May 2.1th nnnibcr Vonng Clari
en i advcrtied by Koger Williain to
-laiid in Kandolph and Brooktleld.
'Vonug Claricu i- of a beantifnl bay
color, and i lxteen hand higli, -cvcii
ycar-old thl-s "pring. 'l'erins. 82totil."
Young King Wiiliain a)iiearcd again in
ncxt is-tiu.
Two.-orrcl niarc nre advcrtKed trayed
litly (!, 1M)7 ninnber. and in luturc nnnibcr-
a ebc-tniit and dark brown.
Seiitcinber 21 appcar a bright bay colt,
i three-ycar-old liatiiral trotter, and dark
brown gelding hor'e foiir-year-all
rouiid, trot- all, middliug
-old.'
-ie
liod
aud
handsomc earriage.
April 25, 1S0S, aiiears the noted lull
bloodcd horse (iranby, latcly ktqit in
Itovalton bv Mai. Mower, to stand at
Bethel, Koyalton and Sharon.
"The (iranby i so noted iu thK part of
the eountrv that he is only to be named
i and ccn to bc
iilmiicil. stocK 1-
the lic-t ever known in
well known to bc
thi state. Terni three dollars the leap
tor the season, and to warrant as partics
agree." Xext iiumbcr, King (ieorge at
Itethcl. "'King (ieorge i lour years old
this spring, i of a beautiful dark bay,
with lilaek mane, tail and leg for bea'u
tv, strength and aetivity is perhaps not
exceedcd by any horse in New Kugland
His neiglit about live leet tliree
inches. Said horsc was raised liv Mr.
(ieorge Taliafcro iu King (ieorge eonnty,
Virginia. lie was got by the finp. horse
Tup; his dam was jot by Maik, his
graml-(lam by tlie out linp. liorse Sliaru,
out of the eid'ebratcil hnp. mare Thistle.
Tup wa got by .Iolin and .losliu by the
laiuous liorse helipse, tlie iiest Horse ln
Kugland. Maik was fnll brotlier to the
lamou race mare Virago, and he was cr0r.
by old Shark out of the fainous old hn
ported mare Virago."
Sig. .Stakfoki) Smitii, Kethel.
Light bay mare, twelve years old, of
a small size, advertised June 11, 1S0S.
also a llglit ehetnut slx years old.
a blaek mare, natural trotter, and
roan natural trotter.
'1 hen
a red
ZAHN, BY DAUNTLESS.
iFrom Diiiitoii'i f-pirlt ot thnTlnicN.l
Cahn, the gray .-on of l)auntlc-s, ha- a
remarkably rouiantie lii-tory. Thc liorse
ha ikmmi willlng to go out and take a ree
ord for .-oine thne, being S years old, and
having bcen (piite a trotter for a year or
more before he was put upon the track.
From a Newark exehange we glcau the
following points: Mr. K. K. Cahoone was
owed a suni ot nioney hy Hall, the Xew-
ark bank dctaultcr, wlio-e wllo liad tlie
horse ttirned ovcr to the fonner gentle-
lnan. For a thne alter aequlring posses
sion of Zahu, Mr. Cahoone beeame eon
vineed that tlie horso would make a trot
ter, and to that eiul made arraiiL'cincnt:
to have hini traiued. Ile was worked
a while, and sliowed that he was an ex
traordlnary perforiner. It was thcn ad
vised to en"ter hini in some raees, which
was done, aml in June the horsc made a
reeord of 2 :2S 1-1. Fina'.ly Mr. C. agrced
with Duiihani to have the liorse entered
at Albany, Hartford and .Springtleld,
Duuham "to pay all expcnses, aud all
above theni to be dlvldcd between them
Mcauwhile Mr. C. was neirotlating the
sale of the horse with Mr. Foster ot Kos
ton, and after the .Springtleld engage-
meiit was euileil, aml a reeoril of 2 :2.i 1-2
made, the sale was coiisuiumated. Then
Mr. Cahoone tclcgraphed the colored
man ln charge of thc horse to shlp hini
to Ilostou, tnstcad of which the liorse
was sent to Waverly, X. .1., where he
had been entered without Mr. C;. s eon-
sent. To cttt a long storv short. Mr. C
pald Duuhaiu 8100 to get poseslon of
ahn, and thcn he bceaiue the property
of Mr. Foster for a good rouud suni In
easii.
THE FAUM AND GAUDEN.
PICTURES OF A FISH POND
THE LEATHER CARP.
AND
LodU Ont I'nr tlip Di ndly Cnttln I'liiRiir,
tlin lniportcd l'leiirn-riii'UiiifiiilitHo!
Crup Ortobcr NotCR lluvo Fresh Jlsti
lfU'llty un A'olllif; Chlckelin,
Soinetliliif; ovcr n yenr ngo thU ijepnrtment
gnvc n fow lilnts on tlio subject ot cnrp cul
ture. Tlio intcrcst in the subject Is so wide
sprcnd that It Is refcrred to n(?nln. Mnny of
our renilers nrc bulldlnt? IWi ponds on thelr
forins. Let othcrs cntcli on to tlio wngon nnd
roll nlieml witli It tlll cnrp on the fnrm tnblo
shnll be ns coiumou ils 3'oung cliiek ens.
A dUtrilmtlon ot cnrp from the govern
mcnt ponds at Washington will lie innile dur
hig Novcniber. 1'err.ons who npply or writo
for them to Kugene O. Hlnckford, tUh coin
niisloner, Fultnn Mnrket, Now York citj,
will reccive, eneh nppllcnnt, twcnty IKh.
They nrc frco of chnrge, except that the re
ceiver pnys for tlio cnn thnt contnlns thcm,
nlso thc cxprcss chnrgcs, Thl is n clicnii wny
of lnjing tlio foundntion of wlint cnn cer-
tainly bo innile a sourco of prollt on the fnrm
LEATHEn CAnP.
Tliere is n coiiimon flsh In f.ome of our
Etrcnms nnd wnters, n bony, worthlcss cren'
turc that is sometimes cnlleil n cnrp. Don't
be mislcil by that, but get only thc Uerinnn
cnqi, the "geiiuiiio yncob." The renl cnrp Is
of the gold (Uh fnmily. Thero nre threo
Piwcies, tlio scnlc, tlio mlrror nnd the lenther.
The Intter is thnt shown in the illustrntion. It
is cnllcd the "lenther" cnr, not becmi'ie it is
tougli, but liecnuso its skin is soft nnd scnlo-
less.
Thero is n government publlcation cnlled
"Cnrp nnd Curp I'onds," which is nKo to lo
hnd free for the nsking. It is written by C,
W. Bmiley. Write for it to thc United Stntcs
flsh commibsioner's ofllce, Washington, D. C,
CAiir roxo.
Wherevcr tliere is n sinnll nnturnl body of
wnter, it cnn be utili.t-d. A pond KXI by 50
fcct ill iK'lnrgo enough to supply u fnmily,
though one of nn ncre or two will cnnble the
owner to sell li-.li. I't willows fringo the
bnnks and jhih1 lilies grow in tlic wntcrs.
lt cnn 1h muile in prctty ornnmentul shniies,
rouud, ovnl or Jlaltese cross pattern, A run
ning strenm or swampy ground nt tlic foot of
hills cnn nlso 1k utilinil for u IUU ihmuI.
Tho llhi'.trntiou shows u pond of very shn-
ple construction. In ninking it, n wTitcr iu Tho
Southern Cul'lvntorsnys that he sluiply bullt
n dnm ns higli ius Uo wnntcil it, nnd snw Uow
fur the wnter would bnck. Next, he writes:
"I thcn went fnr enough nbovo nnd stnrtcd a
ditch Ui tnke nll tho water from uroimd tho
pond, except enough to supply tho pond nml
kecp u sninll strenm running olT. In tho
figure 1) is tho dnm; A is n wnter wny with n
wiro gnuzo ncross lt to keep In the flsh; 11
is ii ditch running nbove the hcad of tho
pond; C is tho fecd pipe whicli mny boopened
or closisl nt will. WitU this urrnngeiiient
higli wnter never nlfects tho mnd.
hish cnt ui "wigglers," nnd so keep olT
iiHniito's. Mosquitoesuud mulnrin nre said
alwuys to exist together, und it is quite pos
siblo tho cnrp will nlso ont the vegetnble
germs which nro tielleved to produco mnlaria.
The ponds must hnvo nn outlet nnd uu inlet.
The outlet fliould hnvo across the mouth
some kind of perforuted covering, to prevent
tho esc!iio of the flsh. Wiro cloth screcns nro
recommeiidcd iu "cnrp imnds. jlr. bimley
usc8 threo of these, of ditfprent llnenpss, plnccd
nt intervuU. Tho wnter must bodrawnolT
onco or twico u yenr to get out rubbUh,
sunkcs nnd outsiders destructivo to cnrp.
lco iionils mny lic well utilizcd for fl-h.
Ponds should lw not less thnn threo fcet in
depth in their deepest purt, snys tho govern
ment rcport, nnd they should gradually lessen
to n deptli of one or two inches, to provido
tlic shoals i-iquircd for spawning. Small
knolls nnd island should be removisl, us they
genernlly utlonl hnrlior for tho eiiemies of
cnii.
rurm I.oclhiK Iiistriiiueiit.
Hcro is u fnrm levehng iiistrumeut which
docs not cost niuch. It is nenter und more
convcnicnt thnn the homo mndc ono wo gnve
somo tlmo since.
vmi LEVEU
Ditches, drains, terrnccs nnd buildings may
be locntcl with it nnd roads grndcil. Com
pleto, it embraces lovel, rod und tnrget.
Tliu llop Crop.
Tho grcat Imllc of hops is grown iu New
York, though tho ynrds of tho I'nriflc const
nre rnpidly lwmliig importJint Inctors. Tho
grcnt inteiit inuteriully centere now iu tlio
ynrds of New York, nnd from full returns re
ceived nud rcported upon by tho depnrtment
at Washington it npH'nrs that in mnny coim
tics, as hus Ixt'ii lirctlicUil, tho crop is u totnl
i fuiluro, nud nowUere in the btate U it near uu
nvernge. llic fame story comcs from nu m
rectious proinlslng condition nnd good
growth tlll the lnlddleof June, nnd from that
tlmo forwnnl u teries of calniuities which
bnve res-ultcd in tlio tnot dknstrous
fnllure cvcr known to growcrs. Tlio
lirst cneniy eucountered wns tlio Aphls,
or plant louse, wiucli mado Its npiienr-
nnce durlng Juno in unprecedentcd numburs
nnd beveiity. Tho UMinl reinedles for this
pest wcre tricd, but wlth little nipnrent
clTect, nnd tho jilnnts nttncked made but
picUly progrcss. Following ns tho result of
this nttuck of plant llco (Aphides) tliere hns
bcen widesprend ilninngo from honey ilew. In
some ynrds this Mibstnnce hns lieen found In
qunntltles fculllciont to produco n nilulntiire
shower, blnckening the ground benentli tho
vlnes. o scctlon of the stntc hnsnppnrentiy
cscnpcd this nttnck, nnd in some the cnfecblcd
plants hnvo liewi visltert by liiudew nnd otlier
blights, so thnt it is estimnted thnt 15 per
ccnt. dnmnge hns licen dono the roots of tho
vlnes.
Accnrdlng to commercinl nuthorltles tho
crop of thc stato last year wns from 100.0UO
to 17.),000 bnles of lMliioundscnch, of siqicrior
qunllty, wliilc estinintes of tho crop of this
yenr rnngo from fj.tKW to l."i,(J00 lmlcs of very
Inferlor qunllty. Hince tho Irrepnrnblo dnm
nge to thc new crop has bpcome nppnrent
prii'es liavo nlrcady risen Irom 5 to H 1-1 cents
to 25 nnd '.'M cents per poiind.
Mr. Kniinet Wells, of New York, nn nu
tlioritv on tlio subject. savs: "Tho crop in
this stutc will Ih! ubout 10.WJ0 bales, tho qual
ity of which will Iki siniply trnsli. Thero nro
3,im breucrs In tho United States; it is
doubtcd it New York will lio nblo to givo
cnch breuor one bnlu of dcccnt hops. The
fnllure is the most completc on reeord. Tlio
l'ncillc coast is cxpectcd to tttni out 45,(K0
bnles of llno hops; theso wlth the old ones on
hand will go n good wny townrds supplying
our liomc brewcrs thc coming scason. Large
qunntities of Knglish nnd Ucrmnii liojis will
nnd ninrkct herc if our prices nrc higli."
Mr, Jovph W. Forwood, Uouckville, N,
Y., gives exiiression to the following remnrks
on tlio Aphis: "The cnusc of tho dnmnge is
lice, whHi live on the sap of thc vine. They
como iu t c pring in tho shnjio of dorninnt
flies: tln'v lny mnny eggs nnd in a short timo
they liccomu llco, which very soon genernto
wlth grcut rajildity nnd continuo toreproiluco
until soinething destroys them, or they do n-s
tliov hnvc dono this ycnr, stnrvo to dentli.
They suck the sn from thc veins of tlio lenf
nnd the vine; their secretion is the honey dew
that shows itsclf on tho lenf nnd vlnes, nnd
secms to stop tho circulntion of tlio snp from
tho root to tho tup of tho vine. This yenr
they ciimo on carlier und niuch moro numer
ous tlinn ever liefore, nnd have vlrtunlly de
stroyed tho crop. Mnny thought the lly n
new kind this spi ing, but this is n mistnke, ns
I hnvc noticcd them for the hust eightcen
yenrs. Thev genernllj'come from tlio 20th of
Mny to the -1th of June, but this ycnr thero
were some complnlnts as enrly ils the flrst of
Jluy." New York orld.
I'lcilro-I'llculiiolilii.
Look out for lt. ln sovernl parts of tho
country it is nlrcady raging, notnbly nround
Chicngo, nl-o iu New Jeiey. lt is the most
fntnl disenso nirecting eattlo that is knowu.
Syniptoms: Appctitc und rumination bo
comc irregtilar and thero is dullness, fevcr
nnd n short cough. In cows tho llow of milk
is lcssened.
Pleuro-pneuinonin is lung fevcr. Tho luugs
liecomo lllled with the ninttcr from iiiilannnn
tion. The symptonis berome uggravutwl ns
tiine gncs on, nnd the uiiimal dies iu tcii to
twcnty days. This plngue is ius contngious ns
sinallpnx Wlicrever it upH':irs nmoiig cnttle
it is u-ually good-by herd. Bc on j-our
gtmrd. It cnn be commuiiicnb'd by clothing,
by thc wind, by wnter troughs, or by past-ui-es,
ctc. Quninntinc ngaiiist it. As soon ns
it iippcnri. it is lt to liutcher nll tho
hcnlthy nniiuals of the herd nt oncc, lmrning
tlie bodits of thoso tli.it die.
In mnny parts of thc Union tliecattloof in
fcct.il hcnl-. nrc seizeil by olHcial ln-H'ctoi-s
nnd -laughteril, thc stntc paymg thc owner.
The plngue wils brought to this country from
huropo.
1 he i ow do 'tor.-. gcnerally licgm with their
hollow hcni nnd wolf iu the tail tomfoolery
wlu ii calleil to pleuro-pueumoniu. The nver-
ngc oow diwtor is nn ignorumus. Don't let
hini torturp nur cattlc. The hollow Uorn"
lmsiness exisls iu his own hollow hcail. It has
little in it but su,T.stition.
Old Tiine Vuy of Kpeplng Apptes.
At n l-eeent mccting of the Kcntucky Stntc
Horticulturnl society nn old mcmlier told how
forty yeurs ngo tho farmcrs used to kecp
npples frcsh nnd crisp until June. Their
mode wns to put the fruit up iu buuks, just as
mnny now suvn swtvt jKitntocs iu tlic south.
At tiine of hnrvest n sjiot of lugh, ivell
drnined land was sploctcd iqion which to bank
tho npples. Hero wns soooiied out n sort of
saucer shiqxsl bottom, ujion which, after
covermg with nn inch or so of ttrnw, wus
pikil the npples, covering tho snmo with somo
six or eight inclies of struw, nnd tbeu with
enough earth to keep out tho frost; not unfro
quently, however, covering tho whole with n
lnycr of w hU to protcct tlie sume fiom wnsU
ing. A Uolo wns ojwned on tlio south sido of
the bunk dtiring tho wintcr when npples wcre
required, ns mueh fruit taken out ns wns
needed nnd tho holo closcd uji sccuro ns lx
fore. Fur Ortober.
Sow siinuch for next spring'suso nud wecd
thnt nlrendy up. Swect otntoe.s should 1
dug ns soon us frost touches tho lcaves; hnndlo
curefullv thnt thev mnvnot 1 bniisrd or out;
wlieu dry, placo in Imrrels nml storo in u
wann placc. Sow grass on wintcr grain and
bru-li Iu. Timothy is almost uuivprsnlly
sown. Try orchnrd and ryo grass, cnch by
itsi'lf, sowing dover iu the spring. Kyo or
diniirily is sown later tlian wheut. It does
not niattcr niuch, but its svnson is longer nnd
th" plnut is sti ongcr. It will inaku a crop on
piHirer land. It sliould, however, bo iu lie
fore tho end of tho inontli. Americnu Agri
culturist. Thlns to Do nnd to Knuw.
Have plenty of ilried lUna beans to mako
delieious succotnsh with tho driul nnd cuuncd
swcetcorn tliis winter.
Tho New Kugland Fnrnier s.iys thnt fnr
mers should sow moro red top nlong with
the timothy in their meadows.
lt Uas becn fouud that Kcntucky tiluo
gncssgrows well upon tho soil of tlia western
plains. Tliis is worth knowing.
Iown hn-s this year, contrnry to nll ordlnnry
expericncp, raised n good crop without cither
wnter or whisky. Iown Kegister.
An Alnbamu lady says n pint of soft sonp
stirrtHl iuto meal and made thin liko bntter
witli buttermilk nml given to swine will cure
hog choleru suiv.
A portion of the toninto vlnes, if protcctfd
by slns'ts, or ovcu lnpcr, from the lirst frasts,
will contiuue to yicld for oiue tlmo latcr.
AmcrK'au Agriculturist.
"Hnndlo" wintcr celery this month. Bring
tho stulks together with your flngers, hold
thcm therc, nnd dmw boiua soil up nround
them. This is not bunking ui that comos n
little latcr.
Grow n ganleu, n Kinall fnilt orchard, keep
a good tlook of poultry, a tew hcad of swine,
somo good nulk cows, n small llock of sheep
and lie b.'ouumical, and you will steadily be
conie latter olf, Iowa Hegister.
YOUXG FOLKS' COLUMN.
THE MELANCHOLY STORY OF
GREAT EMPEROR'S SON.
Ttrn i.iitm virtinis t,r n iinin-jieniief
' ' -" " I ..-.v ' - - - . --'-I"--
lcoll IT,
rnnri nnn tnn rrrp.nr. thoim ir ir nn nn
only n son to rmo nrtcr mm that uo wouk
found a mighty cmpiro thnt would Ik) rulei
ovcr by tho Ilonnpnrto fnmily for nges
Thero would bo a Nnoleoii I, Nnpoleon II
Nnpoleon III, Nnpoleon IV, nnd soon unti
. . , , ,
tccn nnd moro.
At lengtli in the yenr 1SU n sonwaslion
. . . I I ! - T .' X- 1 ,
uj (lio .iuprcs.s lunriu ijjuis;i, upuieon
. , ,.. ,
UUt (LIL. I II, 1.13 Cllllfl.U I.Ut. l.UIII. U
wni'ntn l,v vcnr lt. fpl tn tilppps. If, tnp tp
liwity iiko iniry irosu iigures. iuu iillii
i rniec wns rniiCTi. 101 it luie. iiiu kiiiit u
Kct out witli n grcnt nnny to fight Uussia
Aiieii ine ciupi efss imii iuu iittiu 1,0 3 jioi Liai
a fmnous Fi'ench pnintcr nnmcil Gernrd.
The bcnutiful portrnit hnd pnlutcd upon i
thc decorntions, rihlions nnd stnrs thnt indi
cnttil the titles the grcnt emperor meiuit fo
his sou. It lookcd odd to sw such thlng
upon n baby n ycnr old. Tho likcness wa
scnt to iai)oieon. nnd 110 cot lt just oeiore
o.iili 110 leiiiiei iv luveii iiiu eiiiia. viiu. 11
deeil, Becms to Ikj tho only crenturo he eve
did cnrp much for.
,-1 r 1 t 1.1 1.
rise 110 more. Nnpoleon becnmo nn cxilo n
St. Helena. The cmprcss went bnck to he
fnther, the cmiieror of Austrin, taking he
mvi nnriie. 110 iinu oeeii eiiiieii ULLr 11
iniifr. iiiit. 1 ,11! iisi.riiLii nupr iiiiL,. liihiih
given the naine of Frnnz von ReichstoUt.
NAroi.r.ox s so.v.
greui. llllllgs iit'MT imu miy ntiu ui l-iiiiiio
fnrtime or inivthine: else. Ho was n kind
... . .. .. , i i!.t . .
any p:u-ticulnr resiiect. IIc w lio liad been
ui.nirii i n (i ,irn.n,iii. 11 ii.iif, nn
soil. luin iii:iL iie iii-s iiuiuj iieiiiiess lo u uu
WimilU IUI MU1 llllllSejL, I1I1M LIUIL, ,-imi
l.l , ...... 1 .. ..
that is my whole liistory." One would thin
riifir ,,o Tiiitrrir ,,,, iitiiiin snii,, wuv Lti ih,
Use, but ho did not. Ho died nt Selionbran
Viennu, when he was 21. Nobody secmed
cnre.
TWO LITTLE SIMPLETONS.
Two little slstors nem Hesslit nnd May,
Tlie sweetest of sweot little Klrls.
liut iKith liuil tlie loveliest curls.
One dnj' nn old Kentleman called ou inamma
An Intlmato friend, wbo liad nroiiRlit
For his two little vts, two ln'nutiful dolls,
Which lie ln tlie clty had liouKht.
Oh' denr Mr Siirinc. you're so eo.Hr
Aud snld May, "How I wisb that we couldl"
And old Mr. Sprins, who m fond of a Joke,
Said slyly, "Look liere, little glrls,
Ti.r c... ..,- nnr iiun.i T tinii, vnitr nn
Come, why cant you give me your curls!"
nttaf t.uM ln,,rlm.l nt. tlwH lrvlf nf ilfsmar.
He turned to maninm, and forcot
But thu two little darllngs did not.
"iiii, cniniren iciai khcit inc siuu
Itut u gn't jiair of soisMirs was tliere,
tlin class,
And cn7cd on thelr Ix'autlfu! hair
Then, who ever saw siu li u slirlit
With luilr all eut Jauji-d. in some plnces bald,
Eneh cliild was u terrible frit-lit.
halr,
Mixed togetber, the Kld nnd t'ie brown.
Then. rucli little kuI haxlu cho-sen lier own,
To llie iarlortliey both humed ilowu.
Maminn gnve n i-eream when she saw them
penr
"Whv, ihlldn'H' What undi'r the sunf"
Anil f'l.l .ur -.i'iiii; ufuaM m-u m,.
The inischlef hls jnki'ig l.ad done
l'l.
Three sl a tuabuflle tripU. rlngbatho wno
Tls wellom chlusers no etb dreseutle steer,
Dan, morf a breaku luil focresthl sjde,
Uourpln wen niog no eth mutnau don'oa.
s-rt., ii.tn n, Mttin fiinr p,n iflriii,iii. i,.nin
s,t Islplin
A little girl wns sitting nt n table opro
a gcntleman with a waxcd mustnche. t
gazing nt hini for sovcral moiuents, slie
ciamisu: "Jiy Kitty uas goi emeiieni, too'

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