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F R M N O T E S;
NLYSI9 OF Sons.--oletWet y.
81re or thirty years ago a few of the
moat prominent contributors to the aa
ricultural press were urging the great
importance of an analysis of the soil of
every farm, in order that the owner
might determine. for what kind of
crops It was best -adapted, also if it
contained too much of any one sub
stance or too little of another to Insure.
the greatest fertility. The author of'
'Elements of Agriculture," 18,4, dc
clared: "The farmer cannot be to,'
stronglyadvised to procure an anal. s.s.
The "obvious reasons," however, con
slsted mainly in paying a certain
clique of self-asumed 'chemists $5 to
$lu for a half-way analysis of a few
ounces of soil. Hundreadh of farmers
believed there was something in the
theoretical agriculture, and paid their
hard earned cash only to find out that
the analysis of a few ounces of soil
taken from one place on their farm was
of really no practical use in deteriniu
ing the fertility or barrenness of that
which had not been* analyzed. If the
soil of the entire farm to the depth of
one or two feet could be thoroughly in
termingled and then a ton or more of
this analyzed, we might make a very
close guess as to the amount of valua
ble constituents an acre contained, or
was needed to make the soil fertile, or
adapted to the growth of certain kinds
of plants. But as the chemist only
proposed to analyze a few ounces of
sol, his work would be of little value
to tie practical farmer.
SEEDLESS RAISINS.-"What Is a
*seedless' raisin and how is it pro
ducedV- was asked of an importer of
fruits, "The next time you eat a
piece of .mince pie," he replied, "you
will fnd the seedless raisin in it, if the
'meat' has been properly made. It is
a smallish, cream colored fruit; about
tile size of a gooseberry, and is used
with an unbroken skin. It comes from
Smyrma,and is called the 'Sultana.' It
Is grown seedless, simply by arresting
one of the laws of nature. When the
grape is about half ripe the end of the
vine is bent and buried in the ground.
This prevents the formation of seed
and the full development of the fruit,
but it ripens all the same, and has a
TIIE treatment which colts receive
Las a telling effect upon them when
they are grown up, says an expert
horseman. Injuries and blemishes are
like the 'leaves on trees; they increase
In size as the body Increases. It is an
undisputed fact that the condition of
the feet of a horse is more or less af,
fected by the condition of the ground
on which the feet are treated in any
kind of soil. If they are kept cone
fined to stables and compelled to stand
continually upon hard plank floors, the
feet will be more or less injured by
it; or if they are constantly kept on
sgtti. loamy ground the feet will be
s9ft. and spongy, and in about as bad
condition as if bruised up by being
a stabled continually.
A 'sUnsCRIDER asks for a positive
cure for scab in sheep. It is doubtful
If a sure remedy be known, as the
disease is contagious, and once it makes
its appearance it seems to remain. The
ordinary commercial sheep washes are
the most effectual, but the sheep must
be frequently dipped, wvhich entails
labor. When schib appears it would be
cheaper to destroy some flocks entirely
than to attempt to cure,
CALIFORNIA stage proprietors are
said to soak all the wood work of
wagons and vehicles in oil before put
ting the parts together. Tihe oil used
Iscrude petroleum, If the wood-work
cannot be soaked an application on the
outside, using a brush, once in eight
weeks is excellent. The method is
said to prevent the wood from owelling
or shrinking, and saves much valuable
time as theIr Is less repairing.
FALiL pigs are claimed to entail less
labor than spring pigs, as they can be
fed and cared for in the winter. This
is true to a certain extent, but much
depends upon the age of the pig on the
approaching of cold weather. If ex
pected to pass through the winter they
should be fro.m early litters, or they
Vrill be stunted in growth, should the
season be severe. September-farrowed
p igs will be old enough to keep over to
the second year.
THE cow that gives a fabulous yield
of milk with but little butter and
cheese in it, says Jobn Gould, consum
ing lre rations, is a white elephant
beie another cow that with one-third
of the milk shows a bet,ter return in
cheese and butter with half the ration.
LARD as a lubricator is said to
loosen the spokes if usedl on wagons.
Old pine knot tar is better, and two
parts of tallow, one of tar and one of
castor oil make a first-rate mixture for
IN transplanting young seedlings
It6is important they should not be ex
posed to drying winds or hot sun, even
a few minutes. The soil should be
well worked in among the roots and
firmed writh the feet.
seconsumnption can be Vurei."
Dii. J. 8. Comins, Owen,iville, Ohio, says:
"I have gien .Scott'a E,musionL of Cod Li ver
Oil with Hypophsphites to four Patients
with better results than semedi possible
with any remedy. All wore hereditary
cases of Lung disease, and advar.cedl to
that stage when Coughs, palin in (te chest,
frequent bt-eathing, frequent pulIso, fever
and Emaciation. All these cases have in
creased in weight from 10 to 28 lbs., and
are not now needing any mnedicine."
If we rightly estimate what we call
good and avil we shall find that it lies
much in comparison.
Fraser Axle (Grease.
The Fraser i8 kept by all dealers. One
box lasts as longt As two of any othier. RIe
ceived medals at North Carolina State l?air,
Centeninial, and Paris Exposition.
If afsloetedi with snoai eyes use Dr. .IsaaoeThomp.
SOn'sEiye-water. Driis s sell at tio. per bottle
The refleothen of a day well spent fur
nishes tis withjoy nddre pleashig than
ten thetagand triumphs.
Try tn prevent tihisa.
- - ues'r 5nd Prevents
SO ro hro,at,
nieker than any known remedy. It was the urit
nd is the only .
hat Instantly st'n' -w I ,at .xntoiating pain.,
hays Innlanuatlont, and uares Cougestlion',
vhether of the.Lungs, stomnon, owels, or other
tlands or organs, by one apillluatlon.
No matter how violent or excruolating the pain
to Itheamatio, Bedridden, Intlrm Crippled,
xervous, Neura'gio, or prostrated with 'diseases
RAB1AY'S READY RELIEF
will afford instant case.
Thirty to sixty drops In halfa tumbler of water
will, In a low minutes, euro Cramps Spasms, Sour
tomach, Nausea, Vomiting, PAlpytation of th.
Heart., Malaria Chills and Fever Falutness,loart
arn, sick Headache, Dlarhua, bysentory, Colio,
Wind in the Bowels and all Internal Pains.
There is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure Fever and Ague and alt other Mala
rious Bilious. and other Fevers (alded by hlA U
W AY'B - ILLS. so quick as IiAD'WAY'S
Fifty Cts, por3ottle. Sold by Druggists
flit. IADWAY'S PILLS
F?or the Curo of all the disorders of the Stomach,
Liver. Bowels, etc. Da. BAD W AY & CO., N. Y.
*.' Be sure to get "itadway's.'
DR. IloslINS, of Vermont, says that
"Hogs in orchards are not looked upon
with much favor by experienced or
Dhardists; they root out deep holes and
gnaw and tear many roots. The good
Lhey do as subsoilers and enrichers will
not offset these injuries. Ring them,
PROBABLY more money is wasted in
the purchase of meat than any other
irtiolo of food which is in daily use.
This to a great degree may be attribu
ted to the almost universal ignorance
is to the most economical way of cut
ting up and the relative value of the
TIIE object in farming successfully
Is to more than secure a recompense
for the labor bestowed, whether such
labor be applied on a single acre or on
a large field. It should pay to farm
iny space that demands the labor bei
stowed upon it, but such labor should
be applied intelligently.
RYE will begin to grow on the Qrst
approach of spring. it provides the
first early pasturage. It kept modera
tely grazed, provided the land has been
well manured at time of seeding, the
crop will continue to afford green
material as long as desired. No crop
can compare with it f,r early pastur
The Experience of irs. retors,
Mrs. Peters had Ills,
Mrs. Peters had chills,
Mrs. Peters was sure she was going to die ;
They dosed her with pills,
With powders and squills.
With remedies wet, and with remedies dry.
Many medicines lured her,
But none of them cured her,
Their names and their number nobody
And she soon might have died,
But some "Pellets" weore tried,
That acted like magic, and then she got
The magic "Pellets" were Dr. Pierce's
rleasant Purgative Pellets (the original
Little Liver Pills). They cured Mrs.
Peters, and nowv she wouldn't be without
The hulls of oats are claimed to
possess value as food. While tile
kernels contain 14.3 per cent. of
albuminoids, the hulls contaia 2.48 per
cent. There is more ash to the hulls
and less water.
Don't itawic, spit. Cough,
suf'er dizziness, indigestion, inflatnmation
of the eyes, headache, lassitude, inability
to perform mental work and indisposition
for bodily labor, and annoy and disgust
your friends and acquaintances IItlI your~
nasal twang and offensive broath atd cone
stant eff'orts to clean yotir n9Mo and throat
when Dr. Sage's "0atarrli lemedy" wilt
p)rotnptly velieve yoin of discomfort and suf
fering, an your friends of the disgusting
and needless inflictons of your -loathesomne
Raw milk aIgests in a shorter period
thlan boiled milk; hence milk for young
stock should not be boiled but warmed.
A Equare statement by a Carpenter.
"For years I have had a ches', trouble
amounting to nothing short of consump-~
tion. I saw how others in like condi
tiont had been cured by the use of
Dr. Plieace'si Golden Medical DIs
covery, and resolved to test its mer
its in my own case. Theim results are so plane
as hardly to require a bitstock or any auger
inent int favor of this grato remedy. It does
awl It claimis I It builds up the system, suip
ports and strengthens where others fail.''
HIo adz: "My recovery, wvhich is now on a
sure foundation, hinges ent I rely on the com-*
pats of this wonderitul Restorative, having
tried other remedies wvithout a bit of relief.''
Mr. Wilkie Collins' new novel, I &ay
No, opens in the dormitory of a girls'
boarding-school, thle inmates of which
are en.loyinlg a midnight suIpper.
Consumnptionm s9urely Ouredi.
Tro thme IKdiior:--leaso Inform your readers
ihat I have a piositive remedly for the above
namiedi disease. nly Its timely use thousands of
hopeless cases have been permanently curedl. I
shall be gladt to sendu two bott.cs of my remedy
ritEx to any of your readler.t whio have consump-:
tai if the wil sen me titeir Express and . O
TI. A. SLOCUM, Mt.C., 181 Pearl st.., N. Y.
A new mineral, named "richellite,"
has been found in B3elgitum. It Is in
large masses, cream yellow in color at
iret, but aifterward changes to an
Nothing Cures Dropsy, Gravel, Bright's, IIeart,
Dlabates, Urinary, Liver Diseases, Nervonsness,
&o., like Cann's Kriney Cure. Officc 831 ArchI
St., P'hia. $1 a bottle, ii for $5. At 'Druggists.
Cures the worst oases. Care guaranteedi. Try it.
The .Mcdical Record says that ex-.
pired air Is optically puro and contains
no microbes. Respiration, therefore,
purIies air as far as microbes are con
Nearly everybody needs a goodl medicine at this
season, to purify the blood and butid up the sys
temn. Hoed's 8arsaparilla is t:te most popular andl
smlecoauful spring medicine abd blood purifier. It
cures scrofula, ali humors, dyspepsia, sick head.
ache, that tired feeling.
Milk will usually remove inte stan.
For The Nervgus
31edloal and soientldo skill has at last solved ttW
problem of the lbbg needed medicino fort net.
vous, debilitated, and' the aged. by combining the
best nerve tonics, Celery and Coca, with oter oiec.
l e1tea, Whlch, acting gently but efllcently
on they, liver and bowels. remove disease,
reatoreatrength androuew vitality. 'his mediolneil
It~llls a place bertofore unorrupicd, and marks
a now era in the treatment of nervous troubles.
Overwork, anxiety, dIsease, lay the foundation of
nervous prostration and weakness, and experience
has shown that the usual remedies do not mend the
strain and paralysis of the nervous system.
Reconendd by profssional and business men.
Bond for eirculase.
Prioo $I.00. Sold by druggiste.
WELLS, RICHARDSON&CO., Proprietors
T AEMARK O '
DE tN THE'HOUS
(lone Whore the Woodbino Twineth.
Ilts are smart, but "Rough on Rats" boata
them. Clears out liate, Mice, Roaches, Water
Bugs, Flies Beetles, sloths, Auto, Mosquitoes,
Bed"bugs, ieu Lice Insects lotato Bugs,
$pArraws Skuuks, Wcgasol, e~ophora Clup
munks, & oleo, Musk Itate, Jack ltabbita,
Squirrels. *50. And 50. DruggIsts.
"ROUGH ON PAIN" Plaster, Porosed. 150.
"ROUGH ON COUGHS." Coughs, colds, 2Co,
ALL SKIN hUMORS CURED BY
"Rough on Itch" Ointment cures Skin IIu
mor, Pimples, Flesh Wornis, Ringorm Tet
ter, Rialtihboum, Frosted F:eet, Chilbl ains, 4teh,
IvyPoison, Barber'sltch Scald Head, Eozema.
60. Drug. or mall. E. d. Wx.s, Jersoy City.
Cures Piles or Hemorrhods, Itch1:g. Protrud
,ile Internal and oxternal rembdy
each pac age. Sure cure COc. Drugaists
or mail. E. 8. Wx.Ls, Jersey City, N. J.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE. ONlIIN
mas wIthonst tacIte orm sein. At sh ard
tarks ornaisto wcar th etc.m or ht t~s e
makestemaas3 comfortabl om~ n vl t.tl asa
lensrran .p,d on b,ttomn "w. L.. Douglas $3 t 1 e.
only hai sewed iel $4 shoe. whc t . ottste
made shoe. costing from $4 to $9.
WV. L. DOUG14AS $2.50 51101 is unox.
celled for h<favy wear.
IV. I.) DULS 82 ShlE Is worn by aln
Al the above oos are made In Cngress,rBrtto
.. I O UGLAS, lrockton, Mass.____
a ituidat hair wth th e rot svliot tea orett
Jury of the Ekn NInfaIo ac 6 c en t Adla.
IB * 9 " i Gre at s oues and
$$ $ igia permatIcn oremdy.i
Oval flex, 34; round, 14 Pilla.
O Iwrtht $h, pe i. I eti' a lv e is
Ltons ur1n seti.n Life 1:2 Scoatp, sa. wrte
EXANWAR Pens onsnowdr'" on l d
drea . . euton & Co., Wahngten, D.C.
HERBRAND FIFTH WHEEL. 2"t %
Improvement. IIE IL BR A NID C O.. Fremiont,
IT depends somewhat upon the soll
and situation, whether pipes or lead,
ironi or wood, shlold. be used, In a
gravely or sandy soil wooden pipes last
but a few yea'rs. I had an occasion
last year to examino some of my Jogs
thlat had not been uncovered since first
laid,.and found them~ as soundt as the
dlay they wiere clt in the forest, alid
they delivered e't barn and house near-,
ly two incehes or water.
TIhe Ilandstoment I.atly In Town
Rlelnarkedl to a friend tihe othIer day that
shm knew Kemp's Jialsain for the Throat
and Lunigs was a' sulperior rleedy, as1 it
stopped hecr cough instantly whlen other
remedies had no0 effect whatever. So lo
prove tIhbr and convince you of Its merit, auny
druggist will givo yout a Samnple Blottle
Prec. Large bottles 530 cents anti $1.
IT DIDN'T WORK.-"WGli, does your
husband still drink?"
"Yes, mother, and It Is worrying the
life out of me."
"Did you try the i"an of breaking
him of the habit that I suggested?"
"Did you put whiskey in his coffee?"
"What aid he say?".
"Li.e said I was the only woman lie
had seen since his mother di d who
knew how to make coffee as It should
IN A QUANDAuY.- -Beoently a man
living near Vinoennes, Ind, otine to
Detroit In-search of his kunaway wife.
He Was quite sereie pver his loss, say
ing'he didn't waht to make: the police
any particular trouble about it, but if
they'could, locate her as well as not he
would reciprocate the favor whenever
it came handy. One of the detectives
located the faitihless spouse in a board
ing-house on Lafayette street, ahd the
husband started up there with him.
They were quite half-way when ho sud
detnly halted and said:
"Why, she ran away with a man!"
"And he's here with her?"
"Certainly. Both are in the house."
"Well! well! Just wait and let me
thit k it over a little. How shall I act
in the case? Is it my duty to shake.
hands with him and ask bim why he
done it, or jump on his collar as soon
as the door is open? What is the usual.
way of acting under the circumstances,
PADDY RUMAZNED SERENE.-Super
intendent Oudaby, of the Armour
racking Company, tells a good story on
himself. Cudahy manages to keep a t3
pretty close watch on all that is going b
on in that pig shop, and frequently
makes a tour of inspection throughout
the -yards. One afternoon, after every
body was supposed to be at work, (ud
aby came upon an Irishman sitting
down and contentedly smoking his
"What's the matter with you?" in
quired the superintendent.
"Nothing's do matter wid me."
"What are you doing here?"
"Oh, havin' a quiet little smoke."
"Are you working for anybody?"
"is, I'm workin' for Mr. Armour."
"Well, do you know who I am?"
"Faith, and I do not."
"Well, I'm the superintendent of ,
this packing house."
"Oh, air ye? Well, it is a nice, phat
job ye be havin," replied the workman,
puffing coolly at his pipe; "ef I was you a
I'd be after takin' good care of it. It's e
a foine day, Mr. Superintendent." I
The man's cool elrontry saved his
head, and be is still working for Ar
mour & Co.
WIsDOM FROM TIIR KITOBEN.-- d
A certain mistress of a household man- d
ages to extract a little merriment along
with much misery from her sundry ,
cooks of various xationalities'
"Anything wanted to-day, Kathar- A
Ine?" she asked one morning of the
divinity of the kitchen, a tall Nova -
Scotian fond of using long words.
"Yes, ma'am, if you would please to
investigate in a new ladle for me to stir
the soup with when I set it on the back
of the range to simper."
"What have you la the house for din
ner, Anna?" the lady asked of the N ova
Scotisn's successor, a Swede,
"Kittens and two dogs," was the rE
ply. (Kidneys and two ducks).
"How large is the cod's liver?" she i
asked another day of this same cook. -
"Pretty big, ma'am--about tivo
ounces long and two ounces wid,."
INVALIDS' HOTEL AND SURGICAL INSTIT
INASAL, THROAT I ',ing*g
AND I Largiti, r,i
.UND DISEASES. I Cor"'onden,
Nasal, Throat and Lun Disleases, wih lv
formation, viz: (1) A reten on Consui t
paid, ton centsn (neATroatisos e Coic tr
price, post-paid, two cents.
il8STON amogtose eot
on Diseases of thet nDigerstive ascieu
on reeeipt of ten cents in postage stamps.
E~u BRIGHT'S DISEASE,
KINEy kindred maladies, have been,
and cures effected in thoes
IlDIEASES,I h"ad*ee p*ri'y'"cidbeye"
by chemical analysis of tI1
personal oxaminatiocesfu paten dl
huortudy and practice of eheanlcal anaiysi,
oxamiination of the urine in our considera
rference to corret diagnosis in i ch orr
in diseases of the urinary organs.
* u These discases should hto treat
GAUTIONl **eno ascetait'""egitt
o ancemnent which the
(which can only be ascertained by a cAreful<
acurativ in one staf or conditio: do pestv
work on the0 nata oen urbility Of tese ir
tratd Treatis son these dase,whwl
dress on receipt of ten coats it postage stain
BUDD0ER IFLA EITI T
Grv l$nInr od I
IOLEASE.*b i"*'*'* ncluded'a"*e
- of whiach our spcciaiists hal
dinary succees. These aro full treated o1
Pamphlet on UJrinary Diseases. ehbt by mail
8 STFRITURES AND
ETRIOTUREI 'WLAS---lundreds of c
_____________of strictures, mnany of then
by the carele tneo of instr
urlnihsu htu and other com trtlons an
roller An cure. That no daso of thi class is
kilated trtise on thes maldies, r whic
To intrust tis class of eases tophysicians<
is a dangerous proceeding. ?any a man I
if fnre din whil thou sans aanuahiy lo
cents in etampe for a largo, IhIustrated Treat
130 suro to get llood's Sarsaparili, my child.
co that they do not g vo you anytihing else. You
tmembor It 14 tho mod loine which did tuama eo
much good a )ear ugu-ao reliable, benefieal,
loasant to take--my favorite spring medicino;
old by all drugglsts. $1; six for$Y.. Prepared only
y 0. 1. HOOD & CO., Apothecarlos, Lowoll,Mas.
100 Doses One Dollar
)NE AGENT FOR THIS COUNTY,
o take orders for enlarging SMALL PHOTO.
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GENTS' HAT BAZAAR,
, a & 5 Now Church St., cor. Fulton St.
NFW YOnK CITY,
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Sintle hats at Manufacturera' Prices.
,argest Assortmeont, . Latest Stiyles.
rSTIIOTLY ONE PRICE.
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eati Astnugn AUiSEASES. to'al
tt othr inlstittions, tion, art
parato i oks on difrent illu tatt hd p nm
mnuchi valuablo in- wvhich will bo st'nt for' tc
lo, Laryngitis and( for them~l1 is accompan)itP
Ireatison Athmn, tion, so that wo mlay ki
DISEASES OF cvch
OfmijInint," Olb. WOEN.r whleti
OCaronie Diar.'U-N most
I kindredl nirectionis, - pota:
liseases in the stic. already bailled the skill C
our specialists haveo of a full C~ounclil of ski
r Complete Trentiso inv.alida' Hlotel and i1u
sent to any address teni cents in Atampsli 1(
Women, illustrated with
DKAUETElS and NilSt UR
rary hitrgely treated. Ranica. URin
lnds of cases which I 8
tope. dhs die.% I F RUPTURE. I'
nst tlo ore, our Illustrated Treatlae
t thecir haomes. P'ILES, FISTULEJ
and microscopint bowels, are treated wlth,
Litin of cases, with Imile tiumors, are permat
nlatitnItion long ago Bond ten cents for litus
~dol i pca. WEAK del%eof
edol yano ini-impntired
m11, and( Vi( who (s com- * atl will-.power,
endition anid stago We tionus arisi
dlisenso lhas nmndo - iious11, 801
hlomical and(1 micro- and( permlanenlthy (1ured,t
ed1i1c which aro We, Imanuy yearn aigo,
infumru in others, treatment of t hese (151'
iiles f0or a(cOlnl)oto tie most skillfuil phlysie
rinadies, wvritten in a that all who apply to ui
thed(i arnge, Illuas- full Coumcil of the mloijt
be sent to any ad1- W
ps. E FFR a t
F' TIlE BLAD., W FE btteie
Ir. uADnEn No APro.gy, to
'rostate (Jlatad, inn u Ibest
and Jindrcd affec-. which
mg thoso in the cure intent on doing good
'0 achieved extraor.. 81uch cases, we anoSiOt
iln our Illustrated it othqrwiso than most
for10 ts,in tams, maladies which afihie
UIUINARY FEN. which physicians in ger
es of t~i o ort orn thlereforo, continte, ns
ntrena in 1 t 1 < ration, ypattn
LIig false l~l CURED ATOiME. * at
too diflocult for tho A Clompleto Trentli
ported in our illus- sent sf-dla, in ,Tl, C on
e refer with pride, of onlIy ten eon I,in sig
f small experience, and screts confidd to
ns been ruined for All lottoe of Inquiry, o
e their lives throughl
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to expel the impurities which have accumulated
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as the warm weather comes on,treate an appetito
and promote healthy digest'on. Try Hood's Far
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A Good Appetite
"When I began tasting iluod's Sarsaparilla I
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to Cat." EMMA SIHEPARD, 1 Coral Street, Wor
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Passaiu City, N. J.
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ii sill, ali applicants who aro sulfering
of theso cases can be treated by us when
iistane" as wvell as if hero In person.
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