The Clarion: Wednesday, April 4, 1883.
House, Farm andGarden.
America produce alxttit one fourth
of the wheat grown in the World.
Good farming gives to each noil
and crop its projtcr tilth. The stillest
and poorest soils require the grealcHt
amount of tillage, yet even light
noils are rarely over-cultivatfd.
Much plowing and pulverizing of a
naturally light soil will not make it
more loose and ojmmi, hut luivc tin
contrary effect, making its natural
porousness less, and its density
greater. It is of course, possible to
have a soil too Idom, since it must
have a certain consistency to retain
moisture and support plants. 15y
harrowing the light land while it is
still damp, and by heavy rolling n
it becomes drier, the RdOMMfY de
gree of firmness may always be ob
tained. New York State farms have thus
far given quite conclusive evidence
in favor of the terminal portion ol
the potato tuber, so far as resardi
certainty of growth, early sprouting,
healthy vegetation and vigor.
A correspondent 01 the Wefltero
Rural recently sent a sample of sugar
bought at a country store for good
cane sugar. An analysis instituted
by that paper showed that 50 per
cent, of it was grape sftgar (made
from corn, and worth about 4 cents
a pound), and it also contained larpe
quantities of sulphur. The chemist
pronounces it a vile compound.
Millet is an excellent fodder plant,
of which cows are exceedingly fond.
It is a warm weather crop, and needs
to be grown on a light, sandy soil.
By manuring well it may be made
to produce from two to five tons of
hay to the acre. A copious flow of
milk is produced by cutting the mil
let, salting slightly, moistening, and
sprinkling wuh a little meal.
New Cotton Inventions.
Scientific American, j
A cotton picker of simple and in
expensive construction, and designed
to be operated bv hand, has hern
patented by Mr. George N.Todd, of
Little itoca, Ark. 1 ho invention
consists of a light frame with sides
converging at the front end and pro
vided with canvass on the outside to
prevent the cotton boll from be
ing thrown off and falling to the
ground. The machine is mounted
on wheels, and is propelled bv
hand directly over the cotton
row, so that each plant is brought
successively between the inner sides
of the machine and in contact with
the cylinder rollers, which are rotated
by the revolution of the wheels of
the machine. The pickers arc ar
ranged horizontally one above the
other in two series on each side of
the passage way, and being eared
together by a continuous train ot
wheels are made to rotate toward
one another in pairs, so that the cot
ton will no etteetually stripped from
the bush and lodged in spaces on
each side of tho case, whence it may
be removed ami placed in baskets at
the end of each row.
An improved cotton buneher has
been patented by Mr. .James L.
Qoodin, of Montgomery, Texas.
The invention consists Of a wheel to
roll along the rows of cotton and
crush down tho plants, except in cer
tain places, where cavities in the
wheel leave tho bunches of plants
that are to bo preserved and culti
vated. The wheel is also provided
with knivcB or cutters at intervals
along its face, between the cavities,
for cutting and otherwise destroying
the plants and weeds between the
hunches to he retained, and to pul
verize tho soil. The wheel may be
used alone or in combination with
cultivators or plowB at its side.
Hot Water for Dyspepsia.
A gentleman who is in businos in
this eitv has cured himsalf nf .,
chronic and ugly form of dyspepsia
ju u verj oimpio way. jrie was given
up to die ; but he finally abandoned
alike the doctors and the drugs, and
resorted to a method nf hu,.i
- T- ilUULIUCUb
which most doctors and most persons
wouui laugn at as an "old woman's
remedy." It was simply the swallow
ing of a teacupful of hot water be
fore breakfast every morning. H
took tho Water from f ho wink-'a fno
kettle so hot that he could only take
it bv the spoonful. For abont three
weeks this morning dose was repeated;
the dispepsia decreasing all the while.
At the end of that limn lw aM
v ..v uuuiu I .11 ,
he says, any breakfast or dinner that
any wen person could eat had
gained in weight, and has ever since
poen nearly ana well. lti3 weight
is now between thirtv and ftuHt
pounds greater than it was durine
ujoiiuyBiu suiierings; aim ur
several years he has had no trouble
with his stomachunless it was some
temporary inconvenience due to a
late supper or dining out, and in
uch a case a single trial of his ante-
Hrtanlffnat romailv umn . 4 11
things right. He obtained this idea
from a German doctor, and in turn
recommended it to others and in
cvei v case, according to this gentle
man account a cure was affected.
How to Met a Farm from Lacle Situ.
Mr. II. A. Haigh describes in full
in the American Agriculturist for
April the four methods of obtaining
land from Uncle Ham, from which we
clip the one by tree planting.
There are four principal methods
of acquiring land from the Govern
men'., namely, homesteading, pre
emption, tree-culture and purchase,
The timber-cult ure act is liberal in
its provisions. Under it any person
may got a farm of 160 acres or less.
He may do this, and also acquire
title to another Kit) acres, under the
homestead or pre emption law, but
he cannot make use of both the home
stead and pre-emption methods, ex
cept in the Territories, nor can he
use either of those methods twice.
If tho tree-claim contains the maxi
mum entry of 160 acres, at least five
acres must be plowed within one year
from the date of entry; the second
year five acres must be cultivated
and another five acres plowed; the
Hunt year the lirst live acres must
planted in timber, seeds or cut-
tings,and lecocdnve acresoultivated ;
the fourth year the second five acres
must tic punted in timber, seeds or
OllttingS, making at the end of the
fourth year ten acres thus planted.
These must be carefully cultivated
and protected for four years more,
at the end of which time, on making
due proof that at least 2,700 trees
were planted On each acre, and at the I
tune t,t making proof at least 075
thrifty trees are growing upon each
acre, a patent for the land may be
obtained. Perfect good faith must
be observed. If the trees, or any
of them, are destroyed one year, they
must In; replanted the next. It
grasshoppers or drouth destroy the
trees, seeds or cuttings, tor one year
or a term of years, the time for plant
ing is extended one year for every
year that they are so destroyed. The
Land Office fee for entry of 160 acres
is $11. Only Western prairie and
treeless lands may be taken by this
method. The trees planted must be
those properly called timber trees
and among these the cottonwood is
Steamed Bbown Bread. One
quart of Indian meal, one nint of rve
Hour; stir these together and add
one quart of sweet milk, one cup of
molasses, two teaspoonfuls of soda ;
adil n little salt, and steam for'four
Salad. When you cannot obtain
celery for salad and this is some
times the case cabbage may bo used
instead, with the extract of celery
for llavorinz ; or eelerv salt miiv he
used. Choose the firm, white Dart
i . i it . ...
oi tne eatiiiage, and chop it hue.
A Cure fob Corks. Take one
fourth of a cup of strong vinegar ;
crumble in some bread let it stand
half an hour, or until it softens into
a good poultice. Then apply, on re
tiring at night. In the morning the
soreness will be gone, and the corn
can be picked out. If the corn is a
very obstinate one it may require
two or more applications to efleet a
Wooden barrels are now converted
into tasteful rostiny nkena f,,r
dogs by beiner cut down to the height
of some six or seven inches from the
ground, with a space entirely cut
away on one side for the entrance,
and then painted with a wreath of
nowers ami atterwards varnished.
A padded linimr of nrettv ernionnn
and a circular cushion made to fit,
completes the whole.
THE cultivation of rico has spread
with wonderful rapidity in Louisiana,
and in the past ten vears the produc
tion of the State has doubled. There
arc still millions of acres left unculti
vated, just adapted to this crop. It
is the same story throughout the
South. There is no reason why the
South, and Louisiana in particular,
should not increase its production at
least tenfold. There is no damage
to be feared from an overflow, as with
cotton ; no possibility of a loss from
a freeze, as with cane. Tho crop is
much earlier than sugar, and the
hands on the sugar plantations can
be employed to cut and harvest rice
(and this is the only important labor
needed on a rice farm) at a time when
they have little or nothing todo with
the cane. There is 110 necessity for
machinery or any other expense usu
ally attendant upon an agricultural
Goon Medicine. Mr. .1. Wyntt, t,f Rock
mslmni N. l. has a little boy, live years old,
who has been suffering with skin disease,
brenkinK out all over, ever since lie was
born. He informs us, he sow the advertise
ment of Dr. J. C. Ayer'g Saraaparilla in the
Danville Times, ami bought a bottle of it.
He administered it to the boy, and states
there has been a wonderful improvement.
The breaking out la rnpidly disappearing,
and the boy 's.nppetitc is good for the first
time.-Dauvillc, Va., Times.
Ayer'a 8areaparilla is sold by all drug
gist, and is a positive remedy for imparities
of the blood.
Success in Life.
Cincinnati Trade List.
Without unrrmftting labor, success in
life, whatever our occupation, is impossi
ble. A forinas is not made without toil,
and money unearned comes to few. The
habitual loiterer never brings anything
to pass. The young men whom you see
loitering aboat waiting for the weather
to change before they go to work, break
dow n before they begin get struck be
fore they start. Ability and willingness
to labor are two great conditions of suc
cess. It is useless to work an electrical
machine in a vacuum, but the air may
he full of electricity, and still you can
draw no spark until you turn the
machine, The beautiful statute may
exist in the artists's brain, and it may
also be said in a certain sense to exist in
the marble block that stands before him.
but lie must bring both his brains and
his hands to bear upon the marble,
and work bard and long, in order to pro
duce any practical result. Success also
depends in a good measure upon the I
man' promptness to take advantage of I
the rise of the tide. A great deal of!
what we call 'luck" is nothing more nor!
less than this. It is the mini who ke eps
his eyes open, and his hands out of his
pockets, that succeeds. "1 mised my
chance, exclaims the disappoint d man.
when he sees another catch eagerly at
the opportunity, lint something more:
than alertness is needed ! we must know
how (o a vaihourselve - of the emergency
An elastic temperament, which never
seems to recognize th
fortrel 1 it at once and
fact ol defeat, or
begins the work
over again, i
very likely to insure suc
t Kreat orator h.-.s mail.' a
a terrible hrenk-tlown m his maiden
speech, Many a merchant loses one for
tune only to build up another and a
larger one. Many an inventor fails in
his ellbrts, and is at last rewarded with
splendid triumph. Some of the most
popular novelists wrote very poor stuff
F. ... 1 . .r. . ;
in tne Beginning, luej were learning
their trade, and could not expect to turn
ma first-clans work until their appren
ticeship was over. One groat secret of
success is not to become discouraged,
and always be ready to try again.
The new suits for walking are nar
rower than ever as to the foundation,
lint draperies on them, as on more dres
sy toilets, are very bouffaftt. l'aniers
are much worn, ami the back of the
skirt is held out by a half hoop, run in
casing across the hack breadths. Jer
seys are m furor, of all colors, in wool
and in silk, for morning, afternoon and
evening, Headed Jerseys are very 'stylish ;
indeed, beads continue on the top wave
of fashion, and fringes, ornaments and
laces glitter with sparkling jet of colored
beads. Sateen has become il standard
material, and will be used to excess dur
ing the coming summer. Many new
styles sire shown in these, and tney are
among the prettiest things offered. Ot
toman satins and twilled satins are new
this season, and the designs copy those
used for foulards and satins, In the
newest French satins, instead of the
white and dark backgrounds us affected'
Last year, terra cotta, strawberry rod and
partridge brown have taken their place,
and the designs are dots from the merest
speck to those an inch and a half in
diameter, as well as lines, cheeks, discs,
etc. A; pompons have been the rage
during the winter, so will dots most like
ly he popular in washing fabrics'. Large
white balls nearly touching each other
are to be seen on the new pale blue, dark
green and red sateens,and the balls stand
out well in relief.
We all know w hat our duties are, but
we dodge them; we all know what our
rights are, and we arc bound to have
Mr. J. K. ClaVFORI), Summit. Pike COUn
tv, savs: "Brown's Iron Hiiters saved niv
life.' ' '
A IjCnrilllB- 1 llllllor.
1 mn office in New York
.far tne cure of ,
"Prom An. Journal of Medietas.
Ab. Meterol ft ate of London), who uiakr ama.
flalty 0 Bpllopiy, Iim without dottbt treated and cured
more cum than n other living phytk-lan. Ills me
cum hit simply been MtonlamnKi vro httre heard of
raws of over to yeare' itandlng aarfffRBftilly cured by
him. HehM pnbtUheO ft work on thlt disoaao, whirl,
ho aenda with ft large bottle or Ma wonderful cure freo
to any tufTerer who may Mod their exprea and p. o
AddrMa, W9 ad viae any one wishing a cure to addrMft
, Dr. Alt. MiatAOLB, No. M Jubfl St., Mew Terav
FASHIONABLE COLORS AND DESIGNS
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(Sunday sacepsed.) Sweated adj udleatlons 07 Fed
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5,006 WW of SO each 12,000
10,000 1,000 of 10 each 10.000
:!00 each, Approximsli m Prizes
XOOeaeb, Approximation Prize
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Royal Havana Lottery
Which takes place at Havana, Cuba,
There are only l ",ooo Tickets issued iui.1 701 Prizes
(GOULD & CO.'S)
Is Decided by Hoyal Havana Lottery.
EXTRAORDINARY CLASS, No, 1126.
April 9, 1883.
Number for Number, Prize for Prize,
Willi 1,500 Additional Prizes.
Only 15,000 Tickets and 2,204 Prizes.
1 Capital Prize, .....
l Capital Prise,
1 Capital Prise,
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'1 Prises, BS0 each
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L'.'JOI Prises amounting in H. s. Gold to fM,07Q
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114,000 ends with the figure 7 then all tickets end
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IHHTB SEASOS FlIEW ORLEANS,
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-i EW O M,MA AS, IjA .
Author of "Practical Oliservations on Nervous !V
bility," "Essay on JIarrlage," etc. lotttrerol
Aniitomy, Physiology, etc., at the Missouri
State MuatAtB! Of Anatomy, St. Iir.is, la.
lieirs to in 'oriii the citizens of New Orleans nii.l vi
cinity that h ay be consulted till 30th of April
next at his Hoonis,
No . 7 RA Ml A II T S Tit jE? ; T,
Betweon Canal and CaatoniboiuK streets,
UAH.T, from 10 a. m. till :; p, k., and front fi
till l at
int. DAVIESON, hating adopted as his lino ol
practice the treatment ami cxtre it
NERVOUS DISEASES !
batmen! years of study and research in that branch
ol Medical Science hearlu sneelally oil the suiier
ings arising from youthful follies or Indiscretions
causing nervous, mental and physical debility and
the loss of all vitality, and his ion and varied ex
perience In the lust European hospitals, banther
with years of the most suCOMafal practice Isith in
Europe and America, enables him to guarantee
RELIEF TO ALL SUFFERERS
who consult him. Dr. Davieson has been specially
and remarkably successful in Ilia
Treatment by Correspondence.
It is, however, desirable that e.t least one personal
interview should be had, it practicable
int. DAVIESON'S work. "Practical Obserra
tions, now in in its 160th edition, will be found a
valuable guide, and may be had free on application
to the author.
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to order, and in best style, CJJW ,
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