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rar.a<la. i u'a. Knirlarwl, FTnnr<\ G. rt MBT. etc. We i
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CII2AP GIHTS for TUS PSCPLE-5
j GREAT WORKS, q
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109 SmitlifieU atrct. Pittaburgh, Pa.
If'llHon Mi I'ar/anr <£ Co.. Ilardti'rirr Jfrnlrr*,
"W -A-ZEnLZED I
WILSON, McFAIiLANK & CO.
STOVES, RANGES * HEATERS.'
ALSO
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes,
AND
BUILDERS'
ALMOTURXY ITftIKT, .... lICMKfT BUCK, .... BRI.I.KFONTK, tA.
f CLARK JOHNSON'S
Indian Blood Syrup
ores all diseases of the Stomach, Liver,
>wela, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
illion* testify to its effioacy in heal
j the above named diseases, and pro*
nounce it to be the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN.
tkadkmabe, guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia.
MTA GENTS W ANTE D.~W
Laboratory 77 W. 3d 9t, New York City. Druggists sell it
TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
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PHILADELPHIA
SINGER
Is the BEST BUILT.
FINEST FINISHED.
EASIEST RUNMNQ
SINGER MACHINE ever offered the public.
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Repairer of Sewing Machines,
BRLLKFONTK, PA.
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TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED I.iVCR,
and MALARIA.
Kn>m tlwn sonnx ■ m, ••• Uii • e fourths of
till) dINMM 111 111'* I.mil.1:1 I , . I*l,l •
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ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HI: ri:i:i.N i.uti: A ai.IV MA V.
"I have hod i>>-| psla, ,v .'I. i *•■ til na
tion, two y. ar,and lutvi iu, -i i. n .nil. n nt
klrula hi pills, ami Tt'TT*B an ibo fli I
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V KIONEYS.LIVED AND BOWELS. ;
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II':m,MTCH.SORC9. PIMPLES. /
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w!.t . WiN <1 if in.' . .. 11..-I-.l)' in* Iltal
tl.-? ' -.r.t; Ih -1 n* i | Ait
MtaaanS own.: I | j.nt r.n, Fwttat'a
b. i* Tit • r I . I*,J rtlr! In lli mtikH.
t ' •-/-'* r* '* ri vi ' ict 1., H<aint 4
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p Iljr. WanfTar tgr tt. Ir,™ t„ , n tk
. mitn. nnvtni ,tni man.*. ~in. I,j, and ttrlt
: t., w.ok at riglil in th. it .n I . ,liU#t. Any nn*
!I an U.t wmk |.n,f*iir r,.*m tht Artt ttart, Th*
I I, Mil,at. will I Mil m-.t thtn tan I limit ..nlfnary wmat.
I itpant,T,mi furnltli.it ffa*. No ~n* nhn
' mil is mtlia m.ay rmpUtf. Ton ran .tat.,la ~m r
| obola itrmt t* rh work, of ,tiljr ymir j t.- nnnaaiiM,
Fall Inkwatatlun Mil til Iktt ft uardnl trot traa. Ad
I lrttati,w>t A I Mali.*-
u. he (tmivt
B Iv I, LKKONTE, 1' A .
nic-u-LT-cmyiaij.
NIvWH, I'ACTH ANI> HI tiOIXTIONH.
TUETKsror tr tt ■: t ai. wplpa r t tub IfiTLLM- !
OKMi I **l PU'iNl't Hit t fir tJli: fAhMrR.
fit' fa■ >•" r '/ /<' -i " y ' per
th-. hing of value, Write if ami j
nend it to r ih ■ of J\Ji/(.r ff //tr j
I)KU - I'.AT, !'•' .I - i <l, /hittui/ff
farmer * "V /if t/ ' •' t>l /. /'t
c stnn h -to a ■ br ! Utr'/. • . fbr surr that
thrg a r hruf and wl j if
Exchanging S .'cl Corn.
Mr. I!. 11. I.ihliy writiu • in tin* N.
Y. Trihunr, Bltilcu tlr:iL front liis ill
vcstigntioii In lint l.icti •• titviin ••*' 1
that HI til rorn ennnot It.* < M iianyrt il
to inlsantni'i* bttwi i n the nortln rn
ati'l Tontlicrii 'at, as tin* lar^i-car.
dl variitics can only 1" ; cultivatctl
Hucci iTully m out Ii of latilmlc jn.
I.'at li Hl ction, in his opinion, HIIOUM
prutltu i ita own so ,1.
A Gooil Ft.rtiliKor.
A ssiityr rcoop nends as the best
fertilizer for fruits ami most cereal
crops mixture of finely ground fn -b
bones and good tvood allies six
barrels of tin* former and twelve of!
the latter to I will mixed together '
' mi a hltcd f; or. :*lding dnrii ' the
mixing twenty buckets of water and
one barrel ol gypsum 01 pla ter.
Cb- cc.l.
Charcoal haa idi ral lo m in
rial \;.lue, t-pei i i'dy if applied 011
rii h ground, the amne.iiia , f whieh
it absotb and gives out as the plant
root -ri jtiiri. It also improves the
mechanical t, xture of the soil wheth
er li .'lit or hi as s. an I it - dark color
hoi is the heat from the -tin, making
the !:u. 1 warm and earls. The re
mains of old ei,ureal ] s always
make the Is -t land m t;.,* fit. 1 for
, many years thereafter.
Tl: * I Jane of : fable Manure.
ihe wild •!, , Hcattert i from bus
and straw* are the great banc'if Htabe
i manure. It ,s 1, -t, t,f course, to
j | have no ssi e 1 need- to H Vter, for
j even a thorough fermentation of the
manure pih wtllnt' di troy th* s,
tulity of all *pt t iinens ; but if barn
floors and mangers ar, thortnighlv
cleaned e.* ry ft w days and the rub-
I I mil thrown iuto a barrel, to 1* t
I r.td into the road and 1 anted, mans
w.. 1 .(dm .1 he saved from getting
into the manure.
Feeding Cow
( nws should have as large a va*
r., ty i ! i>*o-l as p., -j),;.. The more
kinds of fuoil given the greater the
amount < at< n and the larger the pro
duct of milk and butter. Familit
that keep but one cow u-ualls have
one of superior tjuality, and in many
cases its superiority is mainly due to
the amount and variety of refuse j
Ii *b Potato and apple parings are
generally eaten, together with inans
•rids and end# that in a larger dairy
would lie wasted or thrown into the
I hw ill barrel.
Tloxv fshecp ro Without Drinking
h-liooji often go a long time without
j drinking, rs|K*cially iflqjt pre tt s g 1
• pasture, and the dews are so heavy *
that they can till it|t with wet grass
I in the morning ; but w hen they do ;
want to drink wnt< r is as nt ecasary
I to their health and comfort as to that
of any other animals. Therefore,
keep a supply of pure water in the
sheep pastures as much as In any
other, and if the sheep do not drink
from il give them a little salt once a
week. They should have salt as often
as once a week under any circum
•tanccs.
When to Plaster Clover.
Hon. (leorgc Geddcs thinks the
tiipe to apply plaster to clover is after
the plants have made some growth, '
say after wheal harvest on clover sown
in spring. He thinks that the plaster
acts directly upon the leaf on which it
is sprinkled. In support of this idea
he claims to have selected a plant hav
ing three branches of very equal and
uniform growth, each altout four inch
ea in height and standing cut alike
from the root. On the leaves of one
r of these branches a little ground plas
'l ter was carefully applied with a jten
. knife. In three days rain came. In
. a few weeks the leaves and stAlks of
the plastered branch were nearly twice
' as large and rank as those on the,vamc
[• plant not plastered. Is not this sub
ject worthy of further investigation ?
Vitluo of Ewo Lumbs.
K.i tours A'lv'fM'.
The templing prices obtainable for
really choice early lambs has y< arly
provi d a greater temptation than
I many owners could resist, and the
; result has been that quite a number [
ol ewe lumbs are sacriticcd ut the J
shambles, to the serious detriment of
llock improvement, us well us ulti
mate'lon to owners of the country.
As in a majority of instances the
sin of the* , lambs are better bred
animals than arc the dams, their
'preservation would prove a long I
■ vtiide in the direction of flock irn -
1 provemcnt, and if the owner f< ils
compelled tori Liiet the number of
animals handled a tigid culling from
Ike older ewes and liilin.- tie ir place
from the ehoici t • we-lambs should
l,e a policy from which no temporary
demand for "lamb and i-pi im: pi us"
tempts him to deviate. ,**o long a
, the ewe lamb i a superior bred ani
! ma!- to it- mother (ai. 1 the bn cd< r
I who does not have it oha mistake!
ais calling), it will prove the mor
i profitable to retain in the llock. Not
only <lo< - -ucb retention insure the
commingling of fn h and better
blood, but it reduces the expense and
dangers of managen • lit-by the mi -
'si oil of animal- v.h. i have ) *as-< i
their ] rime, and filling their places
with those that in the nature of
tiling- wdl grow better instead (if
worse, for at lea-t -> vcral succ l eding
\iar-. Those who have m t care
fully compare-i r> -ult- fail to nppre
ciat-- how materially the lo - from
'natural causes" may reduced by
a i in lal ob .-rvanec of the | iicv c.f
n taining—< ithcr by incres n num"
birs or maintaining anydesiri 1 num
ber—young ai. I growing animals,
ami rigidly ixc-ln-ling such as have
j,*,- . 1 the meridian of lift and vig
orous improvement. Th-
in tin- re-pic', aloic .- sufli-ient to
ui!-i i any temporary top price for
, wc lambs, an 1 when to it is added
the tide of improved blood that
. ,
(wry prudent flu k manage r will
warrant for it against the most
'a mp ,i.i ; i r- for v oting female-.
Farm Notes.
("lovtr . so easily inured by
-m <t!., ring that even tin raking#
■ i.otild be carefully removed whei a
! crop i# i \p - ted.
li . ~wh> at, when filling, w .nt- th"
moist, i ,ol vv, aliit r of autumn, hem,
j tin propriety of seeding with refer
cnee to that want.
Small fruit growing is la-tter
adapt. 1 1 to the inten-.ve -v-tetn of
1 farming than any other ; but it is a
goexf system for nearly ail.
Thorough drainage lies at the
foundation of all good r.-ad making,
and a Ink of it i- what is the mat
fir with nearly all our public thor
oughfares.
Some one a--cits that chinch bugs
may I*' killed v th a mixture of
kero-ene and wat-r in the ratio of
one* to nineteen. This is sprinkle-el
; <>u the corn.
i a hi,age are l:.rg< y grown in some
[art# e,f England as a forage crop,
and arc considered one of the best
green fee is to stimulate milk pro
duction that the fni mers can use.
A quart e>f good milk should we igh
about 2.15 pounds, or nearly 2 lbs.
21 ounces. If milk is weighed, this
rule will give the monthly yield in
quarts more exactly than measuring.
Fruit men all say the Iest way to
tie at trees in ft vtcel with borers is to
remove the earth alioirt tlx) base of
the trunk, fill up the hollow after
j freezing weather is well under way.
Most fruits, need a good eleal of
I water to ripen a full crop, but not
many will elo well on land naturally
wet. They want water, but it must
not stny long enough to liecome stag
: uant water.
I'o not leave any unoccupicel land
|to grow a crop of weeds. When an
early crop is removed sow at once
any crop that will keep them down,
buckwheat ami peas are good and
may be turned under before frost.
Suj>erphosphnte, or l>onc manure,
in any orta is a specific for turnips
or rutabagas. English farmers dis
covered this and now apply Iwme
manure to their root crops instead of
to wheat, as is usually the practice
here.
IT is estimated that the Georgia
melon crop this year will reacb up*
wards of 7,500,000 melous, and will
sell for $1,500,000.
11'JVJ to Keep liuttor.
The Into X. A. Willard Haiti at one
of the meeting of the Vermont dairy,
man's nNsociation, from actual exjx:-
riencc, that good butter put up after
the following direction will keep in
! sound condition for one year: 'M.'se
I for a package a tub somewhat taper
ing, with heavy staves and heads pro
vided at both ends, so as to make a
package that it will not leak. In
packing the tub is turned on the
i Hinali end, and a st< k of cotton cloth
is made to fit the tub, and into this
i the butter is packed until it reaches
to within an inch of the groove for
holding the upper head. A cloth is
next laid upon the top of the butter
and the edges of the sack brought
over this and neatly pressed down;
then the h< -a i i-> put in its place und
the hoops driven home. The pack
age i-, turned upon the larger end and
the sack of butter drops down, lcav
ii • a space on the sides and top.
Strut g brim- is then pound through
ti ■ hole in the small end until it will
float the butter. The hole is now
tightly corked, and the butter is
pretty effectually excluded from the
air."
American Cat: .e and Hogs Abroad.
Should the act recently passed hv
the hou-e of commons prohibiting
the importation to Great Britain of
.American live cattle go into effect
the matter will tx- made the subject
of diplomatic correspondence by this
govcrnm> nt. The treasury cafllc
eomini-sion is now taking steps
which, it is believed, will result in a
quarantine > effective as to enable
th government to a ert that'no
unhealthy cattle are exported fionr
the I'nited States. When this asser
tion can be ma h . and it w ill be, the *
British Government will be expected
to admit our cattle alive. This gov
crnment i- -omewhat discouraged in
its < e irts to provide a free entrance
f>r the Ann rican hog in Kurope. It
is uu ler-fXH-1 that the G rman ruin
i inU r here L forwarded to his gov-
I eminent a full report of the recent
inr< sti jafion in Chi tgo as to the
j .utility of ertain lard, as well as
■ )j < s of aii stat nu-nts detrimental
i tie- 1 ig in dcntaily made, lie
prop.,*. - to keep his government
v.. 1 s ;j pi., i w;t:. situ.lar ammuni
, lion.
Making Good Butter.
lutt-ris ,c. in the dairy, but
' t <■ - l'i> '. The stamp of the
dairy-women puts the gold in the mar
ket form : hut the work must le corn*
menced in ti;e field or in the feeding
-fabl. s ; and tleads at once to the
consideration of feeding for butler.
Buring the early, sunny summer
month, wlu n nature is juofuseof fa
\or-. there is little to Ix: done beyond
accepting her bounty. The tender
grasses are full of the needed nutri
tion. and they afford the constant
supply of moisture without which
the secretion of milk is greatly less
ened. Yet. at this season, as well a*
all others a jure supply of wat.-r is
absolutely necessary. It does not
meet the requirement if cattle have
a wet hole full of surface drainage
in the pasture or a frog pond. While
it is not probable that the tadpoles
and wriglors sometimes found in city
milk have been drunk by the thirsty
• cow. many infusions do exist in such
' pools that are hardly eliminated or
rendered entirely harmless by the
wonderful milk secretion of the ani
mal. Ihe cattle should <1 rink from
spring-fed loxes; and as often as
these, under the hot sun, arc seen to
produce green growth or floating
scum a pail of course salt may lie
in. and the current checked until the
fresh water growth arc killed: the
salt water is then drawn off, and for
a long time the trough will remain
pure and the water bright.
To keep grubs from the head of
sheep, procure a trough and spread
half an inch of tar on the bottom of
i it, upon which scatter a little salt.
The sheep will tar their nose in get
ting the salt, and the fly which do
posits tho egg that produces the
i grub will not enter the nostril.
Tin? Manitoba agricultural report
claims that the average yield of pota
toes la that country last year was
278 bushyda per acre, and the average
for 7 years 3111 bushels.

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