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MisSissirrt WAYS OF WOODPECKERS. T!si roa4mm M rji.Wl.h. ST ttepli Expartaaaat. It U not always easy to tell why Oolrpokrs select one tree rather th other of the unto kind !o U forest to begin their pperatioas upon, or whj ther attack one side of a tre aad leave the other untouched. Com mon! v it will b found, do doubt, that worms or ants are coaoealed beneath tho point selected, and that the wood pecker U (fuided ia hit search bj ths ewnse oi Bearing. But there are circumstance which go to (how that the woodpecker ia aot earchlng- for food or guarded by sound. Id the winter, when worms mod anU are dormant and silent, ha A HUMAN CUCUMSft. The ijiMat Xi.iit Oatiluaa la raaaafKl ilaanrta- It U well-known that when cucum ber are first cut fro to the Tine there b a piece which exude or bleed from the iiom. One of our prominsut north ern truck grower. Jared llviioon. cut hi baud a year or two aro and thl juice got into the cut and hi hand commeawd to inflame, and aa erup tion limllar to eryiipela made it ap pearance on hi hand and extended up hi arm, and finally spread er hi whole body. Strange to aay. there wm no paia attending these eruption of erysipelas, and ha to rather and Dark hi t- &scic mi round the lint of the waist, la three rows, to hp it to the figure the euttitij twlus; required only under the arms, round the ai-m-bole. and upon the hould,r. A iittl.j dra- peried effort U giten t the left aide. inlch U til in ith ribbon in the color of the stripe, and the skirt I oiniply flnUhed with tuc!u and a hem. Housewife. GENUINE HAPPINESS iDLiiiiO AGuItTLTlfiii. tA hatei. Tie beo are eonioed tc the coop till the brood if t i or eren week eld. but the young turkey are allowed to leare the coops at will after the dew ha dried off, unless it throat- en to raia. The young chick are fed Bv or ail time a day on bread (i-h cake preferred) crumbled in freo butter-milk, and the remnant of each meat removed. They also receive a daily ration of onioa tup, lettuce or food chopped fine. At a BED. To You" Farmer. So miK'h U said and written about farming nowaday, the subject aeem exhausted with old men, whose brain and vision are not a active as our Toung farmer, whose hope, energies and ambition are in the spring-tide of life. It is a much as the old men ess do to carry on their farm a beat they other green can, for their activity and energies ar pretty well gone, so all they can hope for is to make a crop wHh as little trouble and expense a possible, aad are satisfied if they make provisions sufficient for the use of their farm and a money crop to pay the expease A ratals mmrm-m ftw Iks raall-riaaov aa t kraal Uroa.kl.ro. It is the custom of some Individuals to forever measure out ia their mind the good gift that come to them, even eucum- ln" lor and generosity of those who ben and prepare them for shin. I hould be best and dean-t to th.m aw uj grew surprise of everv I yrmvum usually imainne thev are I .- i -j '-.,1 .... I , , body the, litil. .rv.irw,!.. nimni.l I cheated in life, and .1.. ao-..... V. " "y them .mail feed a-umed the appearance and form of ty receive. They forever ask. .hat that Is all I attemplTand to far I hit .mall cucumber, and continued lo I gain, or the old question, U life been sucWuL B Z. JVl grow. Although Benson kept well aad ""th lMf. and. narrowed do., to Z? gnToa In flmin, XfZ haartr ti. a,.. vi their aa-a J . . mw g1D OB 10 inrmlng, which ae.f and .... 7u r K O T'JZ 1-r thogT.Vd7te.7el Uh7. " V ' hl wUlwaka everv ...hn f,.r .i.,nj... thea.m-.of .1,1 of IluL .in,, n.j r.,L . ' vPg. wor lor our T I " ss.u..wwijw puCUUIUCUUq i aallHI g IIIfTT WHO sT si taaoe around by tapping on a dead. pred Ur and wide, and the doctor. do"- he rain on the Just and 4. IVj .Z'r 2ut . .if dry branch, or on the hollow trunk of uleutlflo men vllt4 him from "e unjust, that we should all help one bl.""' .1 ' tree, lie does not then apply hi I riou. sections of the country. One other, not foolishly, but la a useful, war lo the bark to listen for the noise I prescribed one thing and one another, enduring way. J un, helpfulness, in of worm, beueath. but hi. object seems I ,)o wished to bleed him; one wished thl recognition of the brotherhood of to oe to mate ail the noise he can him- to cut the cucumbers off: another said 104 raco all the happlne. that thl not to let him have any water and they world fan give. No man who love, would dry up; another said .tick ahole hu neighbor, who U aa Industrious In each cucumber and they would die cl"e. loving his country and his and a aew skin form; another wished (ioi er8r ka " those on whom be to wrap him up in a mammoth poultice 6M onferred benefits ar grateful, or oi Darn-yaru manure, and draw them aa "m measure out elf. The yellow-hammer, winged woodpecker, I. tuated, because be 1 most fearless Wnd most nearly domestic la his habits. n here hollow trunks of Irece are easU or golden auost easily work are young and Id have the am bition, energy, perseverance and will. to take advantage of circumstance, and make farming a success. To do this, they must read as well as work, and make theory and work practically beneficial. My advice to all young armor would De, not to over-reach. oav .man farms, and month old they will digest whole grain. The ben. an released from the coops after the brood Is six or seven week, old, aad drives to the nearest field where grass and grasshoppers are abundant, and bo special care is now given the young birds except to give of grain, morning and sight, and seeing that they an aot caught out In a rain before they an tea weeks old. Now let us see if these birds can b grown profitably. Up to seven week. of age they have received a little mors feed and rather more attention than young chickens, but from this age un til frost they will forage for their liv ing, needing only a spoonful of corn night aad morning to keep them gentle and to induce them to come home to roost. Mr turkeys during the summer and fall forage over perhaps a hun dred acre of land, and. In my opinion. ftiuAB.tR j 1 1 . . lB W ror grain consumed by ",""" ". u.-usve vstcm. ana t a , t v.....i .i... .l th'. lov. and ' " th. keeping J. m'oM Bot , BFQ ,ur. all to on head: auoth.r said thev ploasure. of life A Derson mar h-. .V I. '" 1D 16 ?r ,art"lty Mr. Grady would think It well wortb ought to be scattered. come luch a eon.titutlonal fault-finder .7i. JT .v Proauc,l0B l tbe trip to tb. farm and back to see Kach had a different remedy, but t he destroy, the love of hi. chll- utoi wZZJOZ- !. T forty or fifty turkeys, In September or they all digreed. 8o Utere was some "". whatever they do. and he Is eer- .,, V T!L K, ""7 October, deploy as skirmishers (al- hoim that tbe patient would get well. tal'y en In the way of losing all IS iJ.T-i u Tf' most Ilk drilled soldiers) and drive But the small cucumbers grew Into big .. of bapplne. or hope tu th , . 'rlnlnJf- because their acros. a .tubble field for cricket, and ones, and hi. whole body was com- HI. au Impossible thing for ! i'urmlng wa. a fallur boppera. They will cover a breadth pletely oovemd with them from head any family, however rentle and .. Lll",a ai. ttl":X ,boul, n" of forty or fifty yard. andcatchWnety- OM of these birds working with un. to foot and the commenced to rin.ii tufforing, to endure with n.il. .....h ,Be n1 "ubJbi 'h young farmer five out of everv hundred hooDen usual racket upon one side of aa oak and turn ydlow and bang down, and '""bnoss. While a few thus tnak ,ho"1J Investigate and .tudy, for ef- within that breadth. board, when by moving six Inches he man assumed the apiwarano of a er9ry body around them miserable, !" U " ,h" r"ulU ' m" cause. In October I begin to feed liberally wa at perfeot liberty to look over buge bunch of bananas. When they lt ' S"'to common for many generou ko tMan ,hl Hoouragod him, night and morning, so as to have them U1u s umer siue oi tne board and g rlP ny began to .brlvel and dry P""11" to expect special gratitude for I ne piaoiea wen futted by Uhristmas. I do not investigate whntovor he could be bop- up and so did the man. Ill .an was ibu'r enroslty. If to th worker a no1 m conulllo " yl'd a re- think it Ukes more grain to fatten ten wg to reach by borlug a hole through all gone and he died. The docton pro. C0011 ' It. own reward. m,'ner"T croP- ne. effect was twonty-pound gobblon than on two- ly found, he usually confine bis at tentions to them; but In prairie region, be bore bole4 through hollow pillar, .teeplc of churches, and other structures which promise an opening into an interior. But then must be some other motive at times, for the writer ha watched Ik Indeed, it wa. poi foctly Immaterial cured the ooniauit nf th. u,n. . , linnn arKlak .1.1.. ..I t. i i , . "J K" t , ui i. uq SIIOUIU negin if be does not find th. .ti wllur. If a fullun should be th hundred-pound norker. mnt an aiiL,,lu. . iu i .... .t . faction of harlnir dim. ik. i. , i I result of some causo, termed Provl-I Last fall mv tni-lr.va rnr,. r- w HuwB, iur me " . imit- i . ... . i j - - " bonefll of science, and thny cut Into "'" euouKh. be has not learned yet J00"1' ,uc" " efrem drought or chiefly on chufas, and I think they operations. One year the wrltor occupied a house Which bad large hullow pillars In front. Some smooth, round holes In them, about two Inches lu diameter. Indicat ed what freedom the yeltow-hammon had used and would use again. In the arly aprlng they begun oporatlona, and It was impossible to sleep la that houte after daybreak. Th bird, would not have been harmed for this, even if It had become necnuiarv to remove tb house and plioh a twit on .prln g some of the children picked up worla U 10 b the .pot; but some experimenting was mm of th sued which bad dropped (io, No1 uune a. moir expense. It wa plain that nnlui a-h.i him with their kulves, and to their loa 'Pnabel of tlirlstian living. It Is amaxement found no flesh, no bono., M BC0"m thing to find th closaof no muscles, no sinews, no velna, uo Poron who wo't need help grateful, arteries; but found only one solid mats "", Bln capable of auob sentiment ,of cucumber seeds. It wu so remai-k. nM 'ay. something to lt superior to able that lt would be useless t, eommon clay. Almost tUo rem ail it .nurrl mud foolish to 11 la lrU0, U -mpuUIvaly moved by . . al. iLrlnil aa k... a a 1. 1 . S .. I of the house. Tb yellow-hammon could make no progre If their Intontlon was to per. forato the staves, hut thoy could get out of that empty cask a wonderful volum of noise. They quitted work on the pillar at once, but th Joke of th thing became apparent when It was found that, whereas they had bofor disturbed on housohold, they now woke up the whole town. Youth'. Companion, HI3TORI0 FRENCH DUEL. h Meeting Bstwsaa Tsulls and Hal asv la 110. Row. In th French Chamber often from storms, or sickness, be not in the were finer flavor) th.. .k.n tA east aisoouragea. for that arise, from grain. ( Was an easy to grow and cause thai could not be averted, but It is very little trouble to pull up a take heart and try it over again. I bav cart-load at a Urn and dump them met with a great many such reverse, where the poultry can find both food i my long experience at farming, and exercise lu scratching the tu. which I expelod from my thought, sock, to pieces. bar them cremated, and the widow 'nlnesa, but thl. la quit a dlffonnt :7 rouln' . mJ energle to try Bofor disposing of any of my tur. concluded that sh would keep them In 1 ",n,r ,rom ,amall gratitude. A good , u " ,ns I weigh them separately, so as to the house, blie bad th corose hunir wrlU)r h"" wlly said that th highest WIU . .m ."ny nut "'"'butabl to I select the heaviest and best formed up by the balr la the barn. The nest l1"W a man cuu exporlcuce In this ,ny '"u', 0 . ' own' 10 Judgment or hen. and the finest gobblen for breed- to be a fellow-woikor with 7 , UM, agnuis h In en. livery second or third year the drmDed ''0,, i for t iltiv sorki . .. . . " t011, nou'l be exqhangod with on th floor and planted them. ,roin '"" but '"e child, who doc , my PT , 00. ,a ma other c1-e'ul breeder so as to They grew rapid I v and matured a"00" ".e h love, the food. N..t '' -"iuuonoe. uo. avoid Inbreeding. ... " I I. It . w IA,, WwiiMlla SIR wmiM Aa.a I . .uurus, i nave never set turkey-02g under and male, the farm a. aolfupportlng common hens, and I do not think II a. possible, first, by raising all your advisable to do so, a the hen will not own ood .upplles, and make all your leave the yard and the vounir bird. lt won t will not leave th mother to forage Id tne neids. Where 1 have written (I) I mean we. especially my better-half, who usually they cared most for. as thev - iv pi viii btyt ' w sua oore bole within a few Inches of one of cuoumber. they wen pure pickle d"6 the mlloB ' most of u. lio. but which wa already formed, and which and needed no vlnogar. no pepper, no l our h""dl mon he lowly path, would answer eveiy possible purpose .alt. nothing but simply packing Into ,'oun, "M our "'e'a work, and a well a the new one. To try them barrels and shipping to market and heo W6 h've lorned thl. truly .hall on thl point, a .mall, empty oask, wiling. Of course, news of the dls- wo know thfl J0' 01 Ing and the Joy r.w.., . whs set Doitom covery apraad rapidly and multitude. K,Tlng' mo fruition of all joy N. i i. i-ji"ur s uniiun in ironi I i applications for seed flowed In like uuno. tne incoming tide, and thus enabled PLUCKY YOUNQ (ertlllxei-s as far as possible. do to depend on merchant and manu fnoturen to supply you with food and fertilizers. If you do, failure Is Inevita ble. Depend on the plow to help you out In fertilizing, by rotating crops, and turning under all vegetable mut ter on the land to decompose, lly this mode In a few yours you will see your fields reouperatlng and producing bettor crap. Keep all the stock you can without Incurring expense to do so, and Hint will help greatly In making manures, a. well a. put your land In bet- anting and cultivation. oxpcu vfhen you can Th. widow 1. the scd at a dollar a ravin, and besieged htm at the " lg! d h ,1 01,1 ' T, ' pape (irlffln (Cia. N ews. I um. AfiAy awKil I........., . I 7 1 ay wuu iur 1116 fcea (lie disconsolate widow and children to turn the causa of their beroavemeut Into a moans of maintenance and sup port Th wind of affliction was thu. tempered to these .horn lamb. Th., told .mall packet, of seed fnr hlo prion and oould not supply th do- manu. WRAY. Uall.al nslit with Indian. a,M ,.rwnviiuiug flUdS, Threo day. after the battle of White Klver. In which the gallant Thorn burgh lost hi. llfo. Freeman Z. Wray, an elffhtenn-vnnr-nlit k, -l... i- rt , - - . , - " 'j "iivwm in ... grown irom the now cnaige of cattle forty-five mllos north aoed I. a Perennial evt-irn nfWhit. i ... .. . .1 be Drooaiatcd fm. e ,T i.wT. k J" h . Z Z m "?d enabling you to 7 . . wwrni - . hisjw no contr ved to tor ordur fur nl In the IDrlns and bear In th. ... . 1,1. mis. ....i . i . . ur"or ior pi . . " ""u.jr i a". o uu kj uiime ao good a UO- I Slock la nn a bouutlful crop of uorfuct nlcklna fenac that thev h,,ii. .i .. 10 play, a leading port In everv thlna mat i. a success on the farm. I). N. Sanders, In Southern Farm. HERE AND THERE. Look over the trunks of peach tree, for the borer. They ar at work now. Cow pouse may be grown between the hills of corn, as the same cultiva tion for the on crop 1 suitable for the other. The best and cheapest food for pig. that are confined In pens, nt thl. season, I. a llbonil .updIv of vouiib After awhile be got tt of am. they coumo. eapooialty now when ao W?' r C,10MR "n 09 kcP ln Ion and w forcod to ollmb Into much work 1. don by machluervi J''""'" condition with little or on.tiol a new smiiilv. .ki..k i ... . . r o grain. luv.li i. ' "iinii iwiiiiitjs cAira SUH'H to WOrK, H....U 'W,hllo,h" wn wuUng this move. Ut coin, oats, rye and clover be your v "u1 ?r ry bone"t fn9"u' . ment a bullo struck him th. culf of specialties, and the cotton your .urplu. ?or!f by Pnltln or sluggard FAMILY FASHI0N1 lead to itn.ia h,i. k. t. I - . , . , CiiV-uuuinnger rrsiiy aa Pra.lloal (lawns and meeting was not a parliamentary I arr-iiar Wi-m. I. .tlj .. . . I A . . . . I .1 , . - um not grow out " ,uw uit.. in mack aud white 1,18 "'a. l'tg directly through. In j of tuch a quarrel; .till lu motive "wire bi-ocnde and black .ntlii finn. InsUuit more another ball caught i WM pur,)llr l,olltl,'l thai it Clll made In prlncesae style, with him at tho hip and knocked Mm down. ha. a right to be classed among those vo,t aud panol of satin frnucitlsc, or- Wllh hoop mid a yell the savage hni-orjjrtiuitcd u woru, ,xoialljoJ namcntnd with very rich pnssemon. r toward the spot, exporting to tnko , during a heated dobnle. The first of torlo In black and white allk cords, tllI"' plucky foo prisoner. Hut they this sort of anenmitnM l !.. .1. . steel anil t.,1 Th. ...n wmw mrnln f,, 11.1 f..- Mr . . lole. of French legislative bodies had and plaited lo form det. env down temnoimllv. and m,ui ... ki w'th il'Wly ! dya by fuimlnfr. Its origin In the nieotiu ol the Nmiim. also to civ the iiii..n. r i,i.. feet niritln scnimbl.,.1 i.,.n ti.. I lhey owi no' "empt it; al Assembly of August 11 1790, Th black, only the sutln frununls be- w,oro luy his amraunltion. He pulled waa uouaung in responsibilities I "lf visime. i no oack Is partly formed mc n'""' " i"t of him and Of th event, pt October 4 and 6 of the by 'ld. laid In tho .tuff, and .iifllclent P""d a bug of beans on top of that and crop, paying proer attention to rotut- lug your crops, lly such a system you will Improve your crops, and succeed as a furinor, at the anmu tluio obscur ing a judicious economy. No farmer run expect to accumulate prevlou. year, and Ootlard mndo a .peech repeling certain Insinuatlou. indulged In by Chatelet, which raised a veritable storm of angry prlos. The -Black." (it wa. the nam then given to the Royal ists, who are to-day cullod "Whites") behaved In such a manner that Ca mlll Desmoullns was led to exclaim they "seemed like so many devil, on whose bare heads a bucket of bolv water had been suddenly dashed. " Casalla retorted that all members ot th Left were brUrands, and be looked ao fixedly at Boruave that the latter shouted; fullness Is laid ln the skirt to form a f took hold of such other artlcUia within touriiiire. The oollur Is of the black rPHl''1 B ,lm,e for him a bni-rlcuilo Ilk. There 1. no viilblo plaiting at ATitiiBt tlio itromUnd shower of balls, the bottom of the skirl, but a narrow Hnphlly cutting a hole in the canvas ,nu un iuiiicuni, ",-, uicr, no suit mo inmnna ap A pretty, summery duslgn Is given P''hlng. Leveling his rlllo, he fired as an example of an embroidered cot- 1,18 loremewt or his pursuers, tho ton, made up simply for a young girl, bl, "'king effect. This throw the lu a "summer cotton gown." The '"d'an Into contusion, and thoy ro- .klrt 1. plain and straight, but may treated Into the ravine. They threw a have a border of the embrolderv. and hailstorm of bullets Into tho woiron. three tucks as a bending (spaced ntl on of these caught young Wray between), If liked. The bodice Is '" the rlfht y. and lodged there, an old-fashioned "French" waist, Tno Indians Anally retreated. After plain on the shoulders, high and Protracted delay the boy', wound. garnered baok and front Into a belt. we "",o and the bnlli In the harness with him. wlsolv savs the Northwoslorn AgrlculturlsU Nor an ugly-tompered brute In the wngon to drive him; .ay we. Make the hills of your lima beimj very rich. Fine compost Is the best material, but manure 1. also oxcclcut. Tu. ...(& i . ... so they need not attempt it; if . T r ,,, . " '"lnljr OI lna tomptod. failure is th, resulu Farm 7.". 0,1 Mry ' "W". " t,,ere to accumulate by .low and suro proo- "Jf.'i ,noy of -Vftl,-l8 Pl"t food ess, that Is, mako the furm self-sup- r, '. . , , , . . . .. r I tin rich lmiil am 1M.i 4A - -. . v, ,1,1111 tU nil.ln, anil .! t-,tt I nl,... - .. 1 I . i L.i.., "... " ' " I."'" brought up to a high state of cultum go. by gradual increase 'of crops, kud . Y t" """" e' stock, by aocumulatloiUnafewycan w"!!',,?" 'n ho, e"Jl the Increase I. so much added to your IlT ' '? c",nvon BB however, very capital, which keep, increasing under SrtStJZ Judiclou manngoment. Farming Is ,v. ., not sneculn'lve business, and al...l.1 V "cu."" 'vmna cmP or clover Is not be made so. It 1. a rem,!., h.,.i. Vl P1" 11 "d8 for the use of th ncss of system and methods, to be pur- Pk . P u,h wint""-' ..... . ' ' I chonned (Inn. juuiclously and perseroringly, THE OCEAN'S II DiiiiiiI ran lu UaaaUUaa If aS B Sltnah Despite the faaciful plctu? whl .-h some writer have drawn of the ocan bed.lt deolation.at least la it deepest parts, must be extreme. Beyond th first mile it i a vat desert of siime and ooxe, upon which U constantly dripping a rain of dead carcasse from tb urfaee, which earcasso uppl,' th nourishment for the scanty fauna inhabiting the abyasal region in some places more than five miles from the sunshine, and the mkroscop re veals that the slimy matter corenn" this deepest ocean bed is very similar In composition to the ancient chaik of the cretaceous period, while mixed with it here and there are minute metallic and magnetic bodies which have been proved to be dust from Uie meteorites. At long intervals a phosphorescent light gleams from the bead of some passing fish, which bas strayed hither from a higher xone. But it is not until we have mounted a good deal nearer the surface that the scene change, for the better. We noi meet with forests of brilliantly-colored sponge, while the phosphorescent animals swimming about are much more numerous, and the nearer w get to the littoral xone more and more phosphorescent lights appear, till at length the scene becomes truly ani mated. When only 1,200 feet separate u. from th sunshine we come upon the first seaweed and kelp, (1,200 feet Is the deepest limit of piaut life ln the water); but we must rise still another 1,000 feet and more, and gut as near th top a. 120 feet before we find auy reef-building corals. A. plants do not live ln the deep sea. the deep-sea animal either prey on one another or get their food from dead organism, and plants which sink down to them. Thu. Maury says: "Th') sea, like the snow-cloud with Its flakes ln a calm, is always letting full upon Its bed showers of microscopic shells." And experiment prove, that a tiny shell would take about a week to full from the surface to the deepest depths. Bine sunlight doe. not penetrate much further than the littoral xone, there would be beyond this perpetual darkness, except for phosphorescence. Many of the animals Inhabiting the continental and abyssal tones have merely rudimentary eyes. But these blind creatures have vory long foolers, which help them to grope their way along the bottom. Other deep-sea animal, on the contrary, have enor mous eyes, and these very likely congregate around such of their num ber as are phosphorescent, and many perhaps follow the moving lamps about wherever they go. And .0 bright Is thl. light on many of the fish brought up by the dredge that during the brief .pace the animal, survive lt li not difficult to read by it The reason why fistic, and molluski living more than three mile, uidet water are able to bear a pressure oi several ton. 1. that they have exceed ingly loose tissues, which allow the water to flow equally through every Interstice, and thu. to equalize the weight When the pressure 1. re moved they perish. In the Challenger expedition sent out by the British Government, all the shark, brought up from a depth of a little less than throe-quarters of a mllo were dead when they reached the surface. Hnn.attnM Wmnli Ceataclou Tllaed Diseases, Ulcers, sores, nfmnles. Itah. salt thanm. etc., ar evidence of oontaeiou. blood dis ss. It Is manifestly a Uuty to eradicat. blood poison front the system by a use of B. B. R (Botanla Blond Balml. thus mahtlnir th son places to hesl, snd thereby remov ing all possibility of other members ofths family becoming liken-in filleted. Bend to dioou Dsim uo., Atlanta,. Ua., for book that Will convince. J. H. Outlaw, Mt, Olive, N. C, wrltesi "I Wax yon n"'t from dVipepsis. heart bora, nulinai aJectioos, k-iioey (LeA hrer ctiuiPiaiiit sod oihet wishes; disaases. . u ... ,u,H h. h'fvwt and Inun'T ti.s STsu-m -orai.y. Vihtn you remove u leetiEjf oi ttnmew pun Visit weariness, lacs: of energy, try a botiteoj Brown s ima B.uer- st;d se bow greauy i i k-ri wiMi. It siiroasaes au Known remwiits s an eoririier of tht blood, and a !-rfe-t rei'i stur of the various twduy functions. "Ask your druggist A ewtc er a partrkig runs arooad look in for its aisst a sooa a it tut oaiteB itM.1 loose from its livinf prison, but aa owlet d jft not for a monta er avare know watch t jot u put ouittnu Happy !, Bm-.'s s ItailtS lo f ha viva, aa las awtacr w h, sit i yr Soswtiyi'J. n-lar : TT-i r. . .j wBa 2ej srisiitaii turousra Ta aours issi so dr'hintf mwy. V isatr .t P uu I''" ' fiadaasv Thir av.ru b-i l lb. (uiliseM ot b ias Taat oamso.. riidow Slid avlnat. Aa4 aaatfiaal a awn Uiaa taur But how can thi hppiness be kept! Wtut shall protect thoa we love, those who make s Heaven of tbe Home, Irom tn raraB of disease that is often worse than deata. thai is, in fact, a iwriffdeaihl The quest no is easilv answered : Dr. Pierce's Fsvurue Prescription the standard remedy f,ir .11 of thoaa ueculiar diseases to wbicn women are subject is wbal must be relied on to preserve tbe health of wives and mottt- era. It imat those diseases, sod It si them. It is a blessing to women aad there fore a National blessing, because it give health to sboe about wbom the hanptnes ot borne centers, and tbe strengtn oi a Ksuoa is la its happy homes. A Noted Divine Cava- -I bin aeai uioititi, 1 1. 4 a f Wr.a.... v.... y,',r,'"s kta all.ltleU. Mtsfeaj Wk aa a wa w wa i iitrs n s A SPECIAL BLESSING KfMatasaaw am tTr?i mm ABE lawver I gaaw. X&m w aaadlela. tm ami...... - Slav. . M. ONWI U. J, T.,k SOLD EYEUTWEE22. Ofllce, 44 Murray SL, New York. 'or two t, v. Bdaaowin.,,,- t.lStOM,, rzr -a uma Dr. Pierce' Pellets, or Anti-bilious Gran nie ; In vials, is cents ; one aaoae. druggists. Tub leadiDf New York hotel-keeper hsr cambinad to set ap a printing office which is to furnish th printing and stationery seeded tot th hotels of that aad stbar hsd running sores on my shoulders and L. Johnson, BelmnntStation, Miss., writes t cured me en- arms. One bot tle B. B, tireiy." L.Joh "H. B. 11. haa wnrWe.l on til. lilr. . nlij.m My head and body wss covered with sores, and my hsircame out, but JB. B. B. healed me quickly." W. 1. Kinnln, Hutchens, Texas, writes :"B. B. B. has cured my wife of a large ulcer on her leg that doctors and all other medicine oould not cure." M. J. llosmsn, a prominent merchant of Greensboro, G., writes! know of several esse, of blood disease spedlly cured by B. B. B. Two bottles cured a lady of ngly scrofulous skin sores." W. C. Birchmnie ft To.. Masnv. r . write! 'B. B. B. in eurlnir Mr. Robert Wsrd of blood poison effected one of most Wonderful euros thitt ever cam to our knowledge" and front Into a belt. we uressea and the balls extracted. Are you .peaking collectively P If ln .leeve. are full at tho ton, but "UQ ,Mkr nve month.' nursing he you are you are talking like a fool and "haped down towards the wrist, and a "",omol to be entirely well, although l .ball not notice It, but if vou wish Mascot collar I. laid flat and mlimd n" "ad lost tho use of one eve. One to Insult me personally I will not inf. roI "b embroidery, A aosh of of hl "onni broke out afresh the lawn oreambrlo 1. tied In a lage p1Rloen m0""' after the fight, and "What I have just said." answered DOw l the back, and a rustle straw c""ed hls death Cor. Philadelphia vuaus, -wa. intended for vou imp. nat i. eogod and trimmed with Unlit "". tonally." daisies. Barnave replied with an Insulting HaU are lowered, but the difference epithet, and th next morning they 'B lh effect produced la emphaslxcd went to the Bois de Boulogne with by lh cbnnge In tbe arrangement of their seconds. Barnave .hot Brat and th trimming. It must be mid hnw. missed, BLIND BUT HAPPY. Teaching Ntorv ol a Maa aad Wlr Wh "aw Kara othar. Kvory pleasant evening, In that hour It 1 onoppedune, walded, sprinkled with ground grain and food liberally. It will save food, and both pig. and (puuitry win tnriveon it. Cork-dust, ln which Malaga grape are shippod to dealor. all ovor tho country, and which can often be had from local merchant, for the ask tng. is .uggested by Orchard and Gar den a. excolent material ln which the home consumer may keep grapes. -eour.wiu Is not ss suitable for .Wine na la avwut Im.1, K..11. 111. Rocently an Intelligent farmer re- whev. Msnv ailment. ..- , I w J . , a v o w 1110 kl T marseu in my noaring mat any one due to feeding the hogs continually of SIH1 M .l.ul .II Ik. mI-a I. , i I ,,, .... . . - ...... ... ... .u. .oj nans uu uis swiu mat 1. under a nigh dogree of place without letting hi. wife know It fermentation, much of It being entirely he would pay him a dollar for each one unfit for any purpose but to be thrown .ii.iuii. tf uaging irom tne general ah. on me manure benn. 1 - - 1 sued paying strict attention to details. Like all other business It require, .tudy and calculation and constant attention to make It a .uccess, and no business 1. so much under the self-control of lt. proprietor n. that of a farmer. Young men can choose no better occupation than that of a former If thoy sot about It right Jnix H. Dent. Turkey Raising. .1 ,. 1 . , ....... 1 ... - ii.. uuur 1 ... . . 1 n-eu. wane v azaus pistol hung fire. evr, mat, opart Iran the exaggera- Just before twilight, which we all love Z . ,UKe3, round I"PIB n0"8 -Give the early sweet corn a thor- jr"' 3 wu 1 owe you every """. mo uigo enecw are more gon- to idle away with Inconsequential '""""""""P revaiennnat moy arc oiigh hoeing thought. passes my as soon aa It la M.,k unprotltablo to raise. enout-h. Tho (lrst wnrklnt.h... Tl t , 1- .... I . a " J""" K" 1 oogan 10 Biuay tne important, aa it loosens the soil, krwna ly interest me. Tho lady Is but a t uel,llon " n 1,em of P"t in tbe weeds bock and gives the plant an vounir irlrl. lt snnms. ami .k. v. v. tbe farm economy, giving special at- oooortunitv to nn.h k .- Il-J ti . .k. lut.- ... " 1 I II " .lT ". " . r. n wg .v,,llcu uarnav. ana rioTOn-inmmea nat par- a pretty race, .0 white and ponceful " tney wore coo- next crop of weeds can Interfere with tort or an apology," .aid the latter, as erally becoming than the low, round bit second, St. blmon, was reloading 'nee, which lack distinction, and while th weapon. . useful for .ummer. and lo the country, "Say nothing about It That', what are not adapted for town woar. Oilo 1 am nere for. ana obsorvallons, thore window a couple that irreat. -nay oegan con venting amicably. "I xe. ot the characteristics of both win oc orry u I kill you," .aid Ca- hat and bonnet The brim I. rounded ; rails, "but really you are very much and project. In tbe old "cabriolet" form, la our way. What I would like to do would be to give you a wound which would keep you nway from th assem bly ror a few weeks." 1 am more generous." rnliat 11 1. laced interiorly with an Inch wide corded ribbon, and trimmed with a ribbon .tripod and shaded In brown and pink the draw being brown. The arrangement of th trim. Barnave; "all I want I. to graxe you, mlng I. apparently caroless; It 1 soem- ior you are me only orator on your '"g'y tossed on, twisted and fastened aide, while my absence would hardly loosely with "tlgor eye" pins. A few b noticed." His bullet struck Ca- loop ascend almost straight from the fall, on the forehead, but, as It en- back. countered tbe .tiff brim of tbe bat be Small wreaths are again ln vogue wa wearing. It only produced a i 'act, the Empire styles have bruise, and ever after they were good brought back all the simple, rustle friends. Memphis Avalanche. Potatoes browned! with the roast beef make an occasional pleasant change, and tht. Is ao especially good , way to prepare new potatoes. Parboil ' them for about fifteen minute, in salted water, drain and bak until brown aad tender, turning once or twloe. They will require about thirty minute to bake. ' a. Young weed, and gnu. come up per eacn rain, no matter bow often ' be ground may be cultivated there eems always to be a few mora seed of Wl left, and they germinate at In terrali during (Be se&sou. To destroy i;,ir tftVw ftSt with something of a sadness ln It somntning or joy. She has groat eyes that stare strange ly at you, and, at the sound of her companion', voice, their lids, are aroopea, ana the long, graceful eye lashes fall upon hor checks. Th man reminds mn or one of the old Saxons. He is big and strong, and has the curly golden hair and the big blond board of that race of men. HI. com panion hangs on his arm, and yet he seems to depend upon her ss much as she on him, for they cling very closely Indeed together, while he care fully picks their way out with a light sidered hard birds to raise, and of them. doubtrul profit even should they escape -Melon, will grow rapidly now. and the numberless dnngere that threaten ashes are excolent for them. Fcatter imir inmncy. nere i. tne result of the ashes on the surface of the ground. my experience! not too close to the hills, and thin out When the laying season approache. the plant, so as to leave only two on pine brush are placed about tbe fence the hill. Do not grow melons or pump. wurcrs iu oner goon resting places, mn. near eacn other, a they will and the hen. are allowed lo make hybridize. their own arrangements. A. the nest To destroy the striped cucumber are fouud, the egg. are removed from bug. take half a peck of plaster, one day to day, one or wo hens' egg be- and a half tablespoonful. nf cavnnna Idea, of yean and yean ago, and we cane. .V .11 1 II a- at ... I . .u... uu a permanent hold Both are blind. I Inquired about upon some of them. them th other day. Neither ever,. w .ir" , y d. bodice' wilb the of dT' No111""1 ca" ever blrt sleeve, and falling ruffle at know how glorious the sunlight Is, how the neck, is a pretty, youthful design prettily blend the beautiful hues ol the for girls, and easily made. It Is pe- Dowers, how grand all nature looks. ciully well adapted for school and sum mor cotton dresses, with straight skirts tucked above the hem, or It may be made a. an independent waist In fou lard, black, cream or striped, and worn With different skirts. Two and a half yards of yard-wide material will mttko it A gathered diffs for a girl of .even or eight to ten U of striped wttgn, blu 0,-id whin, pick acd it hits, or brawn Hi Wt . it iWrrt. "lib gorp. at JaMo Blade, Neither ever saw th other! and yet they are a bridal pair. They only live In a world of dark ness and in each other. They met long .go, became devotedly attached to each other and were married. And so now every evening when tho weather is fine, they go out for a stroll, and . they slowly, eurefuly walk past my wiudow I tbluk "It Is a sad and yot prwtt sight- & tliud brUtAl &!'' Ing substituted Covered coops, four feet square and two and one-half feet high, are pre pared for each ben, and as soon a they begin to vet these coop are placed in the corners of the yard or garden, where the young chick, will have a good run, and the turkey hen I. removed after dark and placed on a nest in the corner of the coop, and fifteen or twenty eggs placed under her, and food and water placed lu the coop within her reach. The earth Inside the coop should be slightly elevated ftltov the sur rounding soil to guard against rain water. The neat is hollowed out just deep enough to hold the eggs, and a handful of straw placed in the bottom U keep the ggs out of the dirt If a turkey ben Is removed after sunset and gantly haudlttd. b IU tak kindly to htt mw Q,uartr J U ftl way I rarely foil to our pt'pper, ana mix the substance well. Sprinkle a small quantity on each hill and the plant. 1 have used thl. rem edy for year, and never lose a vine from tbe bugs. A subscriber wishes to know how to destroy anta ln the garden. It 1. very difficult to destroy them or drive them away, as the substance, that are disagreeable to tb ant. often Injure the plants; but one of the best reme dies Is to fill their boles with strong soapsuds to which a smalt quantity of kerosene has been added. Tbe hens should be kept at but very small cost In summer Instead of feeding grain give the hens chopped rass. Cut lt up fine, give them a trough full and they will need nothing else if they are la good condition. Hover I. oxcelent and th hen. will eat Hifite larg quantity Jti a dev. It nuiy-qfcopFl frasi it ti,n Uwrt food, lo yoau rjtyek Tb Offensive habit nf anitt.lna tohaivw. ulos hss received recognition as an illegal offense by a grand jury of Philadelphia. tnat ooay nas round true Dills snlnit i JoBn r. Berg tor malicious mischief la ton spitting en tbe front doorsteps of several houses in ths northern part of th city. Dishonored Drafts, When the stomach dishonors the drafts msd upon it by ths rest of the system, It is necessarily because its fund of strength it very low. Toned with Hostetter's Btomscb Bitters, it soon begins to psy out vigor in th shape of pure, rich blood, containing th elements of muscle, bone and brain Asa sequence of the new vigor sffordod ths stomach, tbe bowels perform their func tions regularly, and th liver works like clock work. Milan has no effect unon a system thus reinforced. Tin lover spend men on th engage ment ring than h spends on his wlf ia a Jar. Prisr-hiss and purity are Imparted to the complexion by Glenn's Bulphur Boan. Hill s Hair and Whisker live, 60 cents. A Bostow young lady define lors as "aBinxpresslbility accompanied with OUU war4allavrlhna" Bu GARDEN GLEANINGS. tut an y to th future .hane ef th tne, and timely remove .mall, needles, crossing or crooked limbs. This will ob viate heavy pruning ln after years. TI5T Ctmniun spread their webs. and thus put out a sign that they are doing mischief. When this is first seen, pull oft tbe tent and stamp lt under foot Various washes an used, but the hand, gloved or aot (tbe caterpillar can neither bit nor sting) Is sun. AxircaLs, especially asters, xinnisa. stc. may b started in hot-beds or window bores, to be set out ln settled weather. Sow abundantly th seeds of mignonette, canuTtuii, etc., in a place irom wtucn all the family an free to cut Also rjlant tweet peas early and provide with sticks. 1 your garden Is not already stocke w4th grapevines, currant bushes, raspber rto and strawberries, mak your list at osos snd send to some reliable dealer. Or der only tbe old and well-tried varieties. As a nil th high-priced novelties an profitable only to the man who sells them. Eisxr beets should be sown aaaarlv th soil becomes warm and dry enough to work well. Tbe young; tilanta an not In. Jured very much by May frosts. Th arly turnip beet Is considered by msny te b of the best well-established early varieties. As soon as the plant an well obev ground th little black fly should b looked after: a little wood ashes siftad on tb plant will protect them from this nsrsy. Tb. location of a cat-den for earlv tables should be on a southern slope, sheltered from the northerly winds, with a warm, loamy soil. A gardes thus located, with proper care, will mature crops several weeks earlier than if ths location b aa un favorable one; but earliness la usually at the eiper.se of Quantity, therefore tb urln. cipsi garden te furnish produoi for bom Bis shock! b on strobg, moist sou, k te4egentrtJop Wlh north. - . Periodic Headache and Neural pis; cold hands aad feet, aad a general derangement of the system, including imtaured digestion. with torpor of the liver, &c, are, in certain localities, invariably caused by Malaria in the svsten in quantity too small to produce regular ehuls. Ifany persons suffer in this way snd take purgatives snd other medicines to their injury, when a few doses oi enai lenberger t Antidote for Malaria would cur them at once. Bold by Druggists. E Titty man has a natural right whatsoever he wills, provided tost la th right to d doing thereof h infringes aot on th soual right of any other nun. Do xor suffer from sick headache a moment longer. It is not necessary. Carter's Little Liver Pill will cure you. Dose, on little pill, bmall price, bmulidou. UmsilpuX Tbosb things which ugsge us manly by their novelty can not attract us for any length of time. Oracoa, th raradlM ar ram are. If lid, equableclimate, certain and abundant orops. Best fruit, grain, grass, stock country lot be world. Fu liufurmatinn free, aitrfr... Oregon Immigration Board,Portiand, Oregon A KTMBB of ladies in Boston an leading a crusade against the practice ot "docking'' horses' tails. Toe can't help liking them.they are so very nslland tneir action is so uerfect. Una nilla Carter's Little Liver PUl. Try them. To break a looking-glass a sign ot Mth la th family before th year do. A Atll la tutntlal to (oodhMlla Hooa Baraainrlll Is a wonilrfiil aitdldns fcit nallnf sn sppttlls, lotting th digestion, snd ilv. hi strength to th whol srstea. Bt sort Usui flood's BarsaparlMa. Preparad only by C. L Hoo a ia, apoumosmss, Lowell, Uus. Finally I took Swift's tpeehv, aad soua iu.u,k Attn a whm. wu as ai past .ve Breaths Save tw-o as wr trass tits afacti of Built' Spsofc. ova. aimv awsu wu Sii work, sod .re sneatbs Save be?n as wi-H as i vt ""-wewarau,; yasSTSJ ar.awettHcojTS BK)m -Mil.B teu.Jlba,WatiaS ea.y to stow won? vtt-4 Jaa..l.' 11,7 and Sk!a Dtaeaass satflea fras. Bwht Ursolic Col. A&ia. 6a. PsusiylTasU Ajricultwal 7orb, Tori . tsrsakar'S bUadar taglae aa aaw But. i n iadras A. B. ragqciUA A SO I, lark. Fa, a-!naimair4rsannaw.Mk FARQUHAR V1BRATIN0 SEPARATOrT j n isi. , aus sea cutuosui. a.s.ruiua,iw,ra, H- DANIEL PRAT x COTTON GINS! 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H"1- o not lio rented b aavlrtTS iheiS nS'Ji SH.Tf,! f "1"" ,h" " - I Minol1 rist Ka . f !.... . . .""'"'W. Mil) i.. v""r " art.- nn vom r nr lo t full valt.. tn ...IJ.1J If tour tlcim win nul vt v TT Will Bill. ltt .. St.. L. . . to lit rMr-trv ,.:. . ? "r m,Tm y 17' TW 'ml, nA roar nrrtn mi WUUI hn you lu too i.A sa.i.4.1 .T. NHIItH Itat a.... . .1 .... 9 VVsavlrati Hwi