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Orchard and Oardcn. Cherry trees usually need very little pruning. Never cut out a limb or branch without good reason. During the Winter is the beet time to apply ashes in the orchard. The only remedy for blight is to remove the limbs as fast as they show the disease. Apples soon spoil if kept too warm; the nearer freezing they can be kept the better. With good treatment the quince can usually be depended upon to bear the fourth year. Peach trees suffer most from standing in thick grass and cherry and pear trees least of any. In Winter never ventilate the cellar or fruithouse when it will wake it materially warmer. Grape cuttings should be cut from 7 to 10 inches long, with two or four buds to each cutting. Trees may make a growth of leaves and wood on poor land, but require mineral manures to perfect fruit. One advantage in manuring the grape now is that in addition to its acting as a fertilizer the manure will also act as a mulch. Some good strawberry growers claim that the sun should never be allowed allowed to shine on the bare ground between the rows in Winter. The strawberry can be grown on small plots that are not large enough for a tree, and it produces food one year from the time of planting. By a little planning and work it is possible on nearly every farm to have a supply of fruits from June until October and plenty put away for Winter. The perfect Winter apple must be large and red, of fine flavor, a good bearer, a vigorous, healthy and npright grower, hardy and a good keeper. Because fruit growing pays, do not go in too deep at first. Start on a small scale and plant out good varieties; then increase as ex perience and success warrant. A peck of lime, half a pound of copperas and half a pound af glue, with sufficient water to make a good wash, is one of the best ap plications to keep rabbits away from the trees. The old grape vine that is doing poorly and is not yielding plenty of fruit, should be cut down close to the ground. Apply plenty cf well rotted manure, work it well into the soil and allow not more than two good canes to start up. Undesirable fruits, or those that have proved unfitted to the climate, may be changed to good ones by grafting. Grafts spread over the heads will soon form bearing trees. With large trees it is usually best to divide them through two or three seasons. With apples for home use set out good varieties enough to keep up a constant succession, from the midsummer kinds to rough Autumn and Winter, until Spring; but for market choose only such as bear good crops of suitable varieties and those that can be depended upon to keep well. Or. Price’s Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Modal and Diploma. Meat Market. Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal ers in the San Francisco market: Beef—First quality, 5@54c; sec ond quality, 4@4^c; third quality, mHc V »>• PoRk—Live hogs, on foot, grain fed, heavy and medium, 4(a)4je; stock hogs, 44@5c; dressed hogs, 6@(>ic tb. Mutton—Wethers 4$@5c lb; ewes, 4@44c $ lb, Spring Lamb—5^@6c. Veal—Large, 5@fic; light, 7c. Planning for Rotation. By having the farm divided into suitable fields, and these numbered, at least three advantages are gain ed. It is much easier to keep ac counts with the different crops and with the farm. A better system of manuring to improve and build up the land can be followed and a bet ter system of rotation can be plan ned and carried out. For the farmer working under ordinary conditions, that system of farming is best which permits of a variety of crops and the feeding them out to different kinds of stock. Select the crops and the stock that can be kept to the best advantage; take the character and lay of the land and the convenience to the market into consideration. The same system of rotation and the keeping of the same kind of stock will not answer on every farm. The only certain way of knowing what crops pay best and the kinds of stock that return the best profit is by keeping accounts with each. Having the farm properly planned out and the fields numbered will lessen the work necessary in keep ing accounts. Even with the best management it is difficult to secure anything like enough manure to keep up the fertility. About the only way that it can be done is by buying feed | and feeding it out to stock on the( farm, making, saving and applying the manure. In nearly all cases,1 a better and more economical plan is to follow a system of rotation ; which, although it may not add to the fertility, saves what is already in the soil to the best advantage, while it admits of growing clover and other crops that can be used in building up the fertility. In fact growing of clover and other green crops and plowing them under is one of the very best and most eco nomical ways of building up the soil. It is not, by any means, necces sary to have the farm cut into fields with fences. The less fence the better, as it is a heavy tax on the farmer to keep them up. So far as the lay and character of the farm will admit, the cultivated field should all be together and the pas tures together. There should be two or three pastures, as more stock can be kept in proportion to the acreage than if it is all in one. Of course, the character of the crops grown and the kinds of stock kept must be considered in plan- j nine out the pastures and the I fields. j It is not necessary to fence each ! field; a furrow as a turn row will answer for a division line. Now is a good time to plan out the farm if it has not been done be fore, to commence keeping accounts and plan out a system of rotation and improvement. ——■^^mmmm—■■ , Notice of Assessment. Golden eagle mining company.-lo cation of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; location of works, Dev il’s Gate Mining District. Lyon county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 15th day of September, 1894, an assessment (No. 1) of Fif teen Cents per share was levied upon the capi tal stock of the corporation, payable immedi ately in United States gold coin, to the Secreta ry, at the office of the company, Room 50 Ne vada Block. No. 309 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. 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