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AflVR'IILTlRAL. Mixed Earmhm. an Experiment. The following for which wo are indepted to the Newport Herald, is one of the many instances which verify the argument in favor of mix ed farming. It says: “A farmer living in Big Bottom after trying rotton for several years without making a financial success of the business desired a change of crop. Last year, from one acre of ground he cut a ton and one-half of Hum garian grass hay, and then sowed the pat:h in turrnips, which yield ed eighty bushels. The lniy fur nished food for his team, and the turnip crop brought him forty dol lars of the “filthy lucre.” The cost of cultivating and harvesting the two crop* was less than half the cost of cultivating the same amount of land planted in cotton, and his returns much larger than those of the farmer w ho raises the ‘lleerj Btaplo.”—Rural and Work man. Farmers, are You lteadjl The following which we clip from the Clintor. Banner, is a most ex cellent and seasonable article. Read it, farmer friends and then ask yourselves, are you ready ? “Planting time is rn'pidly ap proaching. Are we farmers ready for it ? Have we repaired all our fences? Are all the grubs and sprouts dug up burned—the fence corners cleaned out ? The logs, are they all burned or hauled off, and is the new ground all ready for (he plow ? Have w e made and put in place all tho rails and hoards we needed? Aro our dwellings and out-houses all in good repair? Or have we been doing nothing at all since we gathered our crops, hut to complain of hard times? If we fanners would pay the samo close and unremitting attention to our business that merchants, bankers, editors and other business men are compelled to do, mortgages would cease and Hard Times take its ev erlasting flight.”—Rural and \Vorkinun. Artichoke a* tlog Food. As planting time will soon be here we would advise onr fanners to plant a pateli or field of arti chokes for their hogs. They will find them valuable during tbo win ter to feed their hogs. On good land well cultivated— theseasoti being forward—as much as two hundred bushels per acre eau be made, and it in claimed that four bflshels of artichokes are equal to one bushel of corn; but of this we do not know of our expe dience. Hogs do not eat artichokes well as long as they cau get other, but they can be learned to eat them Rome hogs cat them, but others re fuse. They can he starved into eating thorn—then they do well on them. They require bdt little culti vation, so try a few. We must raise our own meator ruin will follow “all cotton/’ It la a shame that the best county in the state, has to send North for its meat.— Uura and Workman. jiwnn|) Muck. One ton of swamp muck of ove rage quality contains from JO to »f>< pounds of nitrogen. This nitrogen notwithstanding the slurs that have been east upon it for its inert n*s» and unavailability is of equal value to that contrived in several sub stances generally considered to be of ralue as fertilizers, such as roast ed leather scraps, wool waste and Other matters containing nitrogen, and chiefly valued on this account. From the experience of farmers Who have used large quantiles o< swamp muck it appears to bo ol sutlicient value to make it north while to dig up as much ns possi ble during the winter, and to be stow it where it will do the most good in every jxissilde place and way—in the fields in heaps, com posted with lime, in the yard spread sufficiently deep to absorb all the drainage from the manure and to be decomposed by Its help in in the pig beds, in ihe fowl houses, and stables to mix with ttit Manure ami to add to its bulk and so en large the supply of this indispensi blc and valuable product of the farm. There Inis been great improve ruent in the treatment of fowls with in a few years past, and the time may come when the farmer who allows his liens to be out in cold uiidstormy weather and to eat snow to quench their thirst, will be con sidered as barbarous as lie who should tredt his voung stock in the 'Same way; and a flock of lousy liens will he considerd as disgrace hil to (he owner as a herd of lousy cxhcs. nmoRocs. Our Picayunes. —From the Nov OrUmu Pieavun*. Home rule is not good for Egypt. Masons meeting on the s<iuarc do not complain of the cold. They have a Rand of Hope in Selina. It cortirnly cannot be | brass band. William Toll’s son may have been ; an adopted child. History is w eak on the subject. Lectures who come here to make expenses should bring their audien ces with them. Tlie Arab lias not yet learned the use of dynamite. He goes out and tights w itii a gun. Place limiters should first And I out how many people the I’resi I dent’s cabinet will hold. The Governor ought to he jeal ous of a jury that prevents him from exercising his pardoning pow er. Herbert Xewton should be a toe martyr in bis own church. He has not enough religion to talk about. Minnesota papers say college graduates make lirst-rate (arm bands after they learn the busi ness. Justice is riled when a trial fails through the cussedness of a jury, nud not from lack of evidence. The “jungle monarch” is the ti ger in India. In this country it : might lie a washing machine or pat ent churn. The Daft power that is used on [ tramways in Philadelphia may Ire the Keely niortor, which is about 1 as daft as anythin#. | There is one thing to tie said in ! favor of Stonewall Jackson’s war i horse. He has never attempted to i write a history of the war. Henry Irving says: "Much of the mortality of this country is due to buckwheat cakes.” And bad acting, he might have added. Editorials in the Richmond Whig are all numbered. They are gen orally on tire subject of Mahone, and numbering them is a conven ience to tliv reader. It is easy t r point out on a map the places where British troops ought to be; but how to feed them there is the question to he decided by clerks in the war office. An exchange says: “If Gordon is dead Ids blood is on bis Gover inent’s head.” That is a mistake. His Govermcnt keeps too faraway to get any blood on its bead. Providence News: “Are you sure yon are converted?” asked Mr. : Spurgeon ofH devout housemaid. | “’Deed, sir, I think I am, for 1 i sweeps under the bods and in dark j corners.” j Some of the papers have it “Sou | diu,” and others put in “Sudan.” The correct spelling from an Eng lish point of view is Sourdan. It may be Soured on before England j is through witn it. | Richard R. Fox offers a diamond belt and a purse of »J >00 if Sulli ! van wilt nJcct Ryan and tight at New Orleans. Richard should be suppressed, lie and his Police j (Jazetto arc not good things for J any community. For sixty-six years a boatman at Newport, Rhode Island, has been , iu the employ ol the United States tJovermont. It ts safe to say his ' position is not a profitable one, else it would have been given to ti politician years ago. Pittsburg Reader: “An Alleghe ny man lias patented what he calls ‘a fluid regulator amt cut off.’ A I tiling like that ought to be handy for bar keepers, as it can yank the bottle buck on the shelf and jam in the cork when a man conics in for a drink on tick before there’s any chance for a row.” I * Roston Courier; A parly of Is ravVitos went out iu a small yacht oil a pleasure excursion . A gale arose, they were blown off the land. They wcto several days without food, and, desparing of being res , cured, resigned themselves to die. , They sank into a state of lethargy , and were nearing dissolution when the captain in charge of the little craft espied a vessel, lie sprang to his feet, exclaiming, “A sail, a sail!” “A sale?” echoed one of the i Israelites feebly, “a Gale; vere isli de cataloi’gef” To (Ikj theatre going public it makes no difference whether ac | tresses and siegers come here iu their own palace ears or in a wheel barrow. The stage preforinaitce is what the people want to sec. What particular car may be hired ; from railroads for the transporta tion of pet animals, husbands and servants is of no importance to the \ wuild at k»rge. The Great Men who are Going Out. Washington. Fkb. 16—The un iform practice under the Civil Ser- : vice law has been to coniine the j operation of it to clerks between I the lowest and highest grades up j to¥l,SOO per annum. Above grade examinations have not hitherto been required, though permissible under the law. All the depart ments are now ^grading the clerks so as to bring in these outsiders, and plainly with the intention of einbarassing Mr. Clevland at the very start. Hut it may ho found they are overdoing this business of protecting partisans in office, who are unworthy of any confi dence or leniency. The president and Cabinet are preparing to gi\o up the places which tlrcy all would fondly cling to. (Jen. Arthur is to open a law office in New York. Mr. Freling huyseii looks forward to a provi dentil turn of the wheel of politi cal fortune by which he may get back to the Senate. Mr. McCul loch will settle down on his farm in Maryland, being independent in j fortune. Mr. Teller has had the good luck to he elected to the Sen ate, despite Mr. Hills violent opposition. Mr. Lincoln will re sume his law partnership with Mr. Ishani of Chicago, which lie relinquished against his own jndg- j incut. Mr. Chandler will return to the*obby, where, as thc«fentof John Roach, he was a eonspicus ous figure for many years. Mr. Brewster will seek to revive his law practice in Philadelphia, and has rented a very modest house in th'ft city to pursue it. Mr. Hat ton has a newspaper to fall back upon, and the affectionate support of the Burlington and Quincy Rail road. 1 he break in tlie personal rcla lions between the president and Mr. Conkling has not been healed, though friends have intervened ! with the hope of bringing about a ' reconciliation. Their former terms are not likely to be restored. It i may bo said hero that tho Presi I dent never urged or recommended the late Judge Folger to he a can didate for (Jovernor. llis judg ment was adverse to that step on account of the divisions in the Re publican party. The Judge had j been persuaded by other friends I that success might be attained without difficulty; and his ambition j accord with their persuasion ! against more candid advice, and eyen remonstrance.—N. Y. Sum Transforrlnjr n Lien Yesterday Senater Crittenden in troduced a bill in the state senate transferring to the holders of the stale aid railroad boridi, which have been declared by the supreme court to ho void, and payment of which by the state has been forbid den by constitutional amendment, all right and claim which the state i may have by lion, or otherwise on the railroads to whom tiiA bonds were issued under the act of July *J1, 1868. Those bonds amount to $5,J.>0, j <H)0, and were issued to tho follow , ing roads; viz: Memphis and Little Rod?; t.Rtle Rock, Pine Bluff and New Orleans; Mississippi, Ouachi ta and Red river; Arkansas Central ' Little Rock and'Fort Smith. The act authorizing their issttauce was passed on tlie 21st of July, ISdS, and a subsequent act passed au thorizing the sequestration of the earnings of the road by the state on tho failure of the roads to pay the interest on the bonds. This act was afterwards repealed by the legislature, and the supremo court declared the bonds invalid on con stitutional grounds. Recently the ; state constitution was amended ! forever prohibiting the payment by I the state of any of these bonds. \ T1 le bondholders art slicing the | railroads in the United Sta'cs j coart tor the payment of the uu I paid interest on the bonds. I The bill gives to the bondholders all the lights and claims which tho state may have under the seques tration act in the way of lieu or ! otherwise.--L R Gazette, 2R’th. a.-.._ Josh Hillings says: “Ask my ; opinion of woman, and 1 am ortlior j doX; buzz me about horses, and 1 | aiu lucid; tap me about morals, and ‘ 1 leak like the bungholeof a bar !rel; approach me with a; sabecrip tion paper, and I melt; Hatter ifte, and I weaken; abuse me, and 1 oorruseatc; intimate a brainh i smash, and I succumb. Hut in ull l political matters I am a nursing child, an Idiot, a fool on a fulough, aoohdoscript—a man too jealous of big ease aud reputation io toss it into politics and let the rabble (play at foot ball with it. j A Call for Aid. I learn with much sadness that Mr. William II. Vanderbilt’s once princely fortune has shriveled., down to 8150,000,000. This piece of information emr.es to me like a clap of thunder out ot a clear sky. Once petted fondled and caressed William II. Vanderbilt, shorn ot his wealth, and resting upon no foundation bnt his sterling tntegri tv, must struggle along with the rest of us. In conclusion, I do not know what to say, unless it be, Appeal to the newspaper men of the country in Mr. Vanderbilt behalf. While he was wealthy he was proud and arrogant. He said: Let the news papers lie blankety blanked to blank, or words tothe/t effect, but we do not care for that, Let us forget all that and remember that his sad fate may some day be tnr own. In Wnr affluence Ictus not lose sight of the fact that Van is suffering. Let us procure a place for him on some good paper. Ilis grammar and spelling are a little bit rickety, but he could begin as janitor and gradually <vovk his way up. Parties having clothing o funds which they feel like giving may forward the same to me at Hudson, Wis., postpaid, and it the clothes do not fit Van they may possibly fit me.—PiJl Nye. Carl Pretzel’s Weekly: A Mor mon editor of Salt Lake City had the following in a recent issrtc of his paper: “The unknown woman who was killed at this place about three months ag<^ by the cars proves to be one of the wives of the editor of this pa per.’ A new count appears to have revealed the fact. Klugfetou Freeman: “A young lady toucher in one of our city Sun day Schools, whose class is com posed of youngsters, after drilling them on the plagues of Egypt for some tin'fc. asked one of them: “What was the third plaguct* Af ter a sligh* hesitation he answerd: ••The people were all turned into (leas.* To cleanse the hair.—A teaspoon fill of powdered borax in a quart of water forms a shampooining liq uid; but still better is the yolk of an egg, worked i tic rung lily into the hair applying a littlo at a time, and then washed out. The ejrg will leave the hair surprisingly clean and the scalp soft and free fro in dandhhl*'. ‘•A sociable man is one who, when he has ten minutes to sp ue goes and bothers somebody who hasn’t,'* says an exchange. This item is correct except in respect to the number of minutes the socia ble man has to spare.—ltulingtou Kress Press. The old lady who asked a ring sixteen parsnips tine was pro bably related to the elderly gentle man who said his daughter was at tending the con versa tory of music. — Boston Times. Pols nod by a.Nurse. Some oight years ago 1 was inoc ulated with poison by a nurse who infected my babe with blood taint. The little child lingered aloii£ un til il was about two years old, * when its little life was yielded up to the fearful poison. For six long years 1 have suffered untold luis I ery. 1 was covered with sores and 1 ulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity I prayed to die. No language can express my feel ings or woe during those long six jyears. 1 had the best medical treatment. Several physicians successively treated me, but all to 1 no purpose. The Mercury and ' Potash seemed to add feel to the awful flame which was devouring me. About three months ago 1 j was advised by tricuds who bad seen wonderful tures made by it to try Swift’s Specific, We goi two bottles, and I felt hope again re vive in my breast—hope for health and happiness Again. Hut alas! we had spent so much for medical treatment that we were too poor to buy it. Oh! the agony of that mo ment! Health and happiness with in your reach, but too poor to grasp it. I applied,however, to those who were able and willing to help me, and 1 have taken Swift’s Specific, and am now sound and well once more. Swift's Specific is the best blood purifier iu the w orld, and the greatest blessing of the age. MkA T. \V. Lek. Greenville, Ala, Sept. 4. 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M- Neill, Mrs. Maud Kirkland, Mrs. A. F. (iriffith, Mrs. ( . Watters, Mrs. J. M. Mont gomery, Mrs. W. It. Story, Mrs. Sam Scott, Mr. and Mr-. Isaac Moore, Mrs. J. Ii. Moore and a numlier of others. Ask them about1 this splendid medicine. 1 can he found at my rcsidedec at all times where parties can sec me and get medicine, or if preferred it can be procured at Milner A -Vlilburtt’s Drugstore. Satisfaction guaran teed in every ease. I will pay agents a lib eral esmuiission. Correspondence solicited. Address me ut Prescott. _ B. If. a KEEN Now Blacksmith and Wood Nliop. Having just ret urned from Indi amt, tiul Itronght my brother, who is a Blacksmith, with me, I am now prepared to make New and i Repair and Paint old Wagons and J i Buggies and all kinds of repairs in 1 Wood and Iron done in the best of i atyle, and satisfaction guaranteed, j Horse Shoeing a Slu r in I fy ' It is important that every man that I off ns Horses should have hia ! Horses shod by a good Smith, and i one that understands the anatomy j of a Horses hoof. Many a good! | horn* s feet has been ruined in i ! shoeing through ignorance on the |vwt of the Blacksmith. Give usalriaf land we will Guarantee Satisfac . >ion. J. it. H.ntic r.i.i, KeVy 2nd, ISSo. Old paper* for sale at tins office 1 at .M) cents per hundred. In the County Court of Nevada Conn* | tj. In the matter of esl'ing in outstanding | warrants for cancellation re-issue and class! II eat ion. | In the opinion ot the court it is deemed j expedient and for the best interest of the . county to call in the outstanding warrants | fur the purpose of cancelling* re-issuing and j eiassitving the same. ! It is therefore bv the court considered and I ordered that all the outstanding warrants of. Nevada countv issued prior to the first day of Jnnnarv, A. 1) 1885 be and they are hereby called in that the same may he cancelled, re issued and eio-tied, and the ladders thereof are hereby ordered and directed to present Ihe same to this court on the 15th, 16th, and 17th da vs of April, A. J>. 1886, that such warrants may he cancelled, re-issued and classified. It isfuther ordered that the elerk of this court certify this order to the sheriff ot said county t<> the ?nd that ho mar give t he notice and make the publication u» is requir ed by law. Statu ok Akican'sas, Col-NTT OK NEVADA. I,, Ororge AV. Terry, (1crk of the circuit court Mid ex-officio clerk of the county court do hereby certify that the above and forego ing is a true and perfect copy of an order j made by tliu Nevada County'Court on the 6th day of .January, A. I) 1885 calling in the . warrants of said county, for canedlaation j and rc-isue as the same appear- of record on the county coHrt record li on Page 86 !. In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court at my office in Prescott, Nevada county, Ar kansas, this, the 15th dav of January 1885. tl IX). AV. TEflKY, Clerk. Bv virtue of the above and foregoing or det and statute in such eases made and pro vided I do hereby give notice to the holders of Nevada county warrants to present the i same to said court hi the time aid place fiv <1 ' in said order for cancellation, re-issua and 1 classifl catkin. OSCAR PHILLIPS, SnicitiKF. Notice lor Publication Land Office at Camden, A ftn.,1 Feb. 11,1885. I ! Notice is hereby given that the following-) named settler has tiled notice of his inten- 1 tion to make final pinof in support of hi» claim, and that shu! proof will l»e made be-, l fore Register and Revisor, at Camden, Ark., I on March 27. 1885, viz: John AV. Hendrix Nevada Co., Ild. ’•477, tor the L.} N\A J See 10 T. 15 SR 28 AV. He nnm s the following wit nesses to prove Ms continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Hezekiah Clark, John M. Caliiott, James II. Blankenship and AVil liain C. Hacker, ull of Falcon. Neva la coun ty, Ark. S. W. MALLORY, Register. Notice for Publication. Laicu Outr e at Cami eh, Atk.,1 Fvb.ll, 1885. 1 Notice is hereby given that the following naincd settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Uegister ami Reviser, at (JamJe i, Ark., on Mareli 27, 1885. viz: Ilezekiah ( lark, Nevada I'o , lid. D922, for tho KJ N VI’} and NJ SW} See. «4T. H SK 23 W. lie names tin- following wituisso* to prove his continuous redideoco upon, and eultiva tion of. said land, via: John \V. Hendrix, John M. Calliott James 1!. lllankenship, Zion .VI. Hendrix, all of Falcon, Nevada Co.. Ark 8. W. MAId.ORY, Itegister. Sheriffs Sale. Notice is hereby given that by virt'o. of an execution issued atul to me diTovted by tie Clerk of the l 'ireilit Court of Nevada county . 1 have levied upon and will expose for sale to the highest bidder, on a credit of tlirer months, on Kildaj, >4.trtli 114, 1Sh5, between the hours for legal sales. In front of tho Court House door of Nevada county Arkansas, the followingdeserilsrd lands to* wit: All the right, and title and interest of John F. Wallis in and to N K J of Sect. 11 and the N W } of Soot. 11 and the N } of S W J of Sect 11 arid the N .} of the S E } o! Soot 11; also tho N W } of Soot 12 and tho N A of S W } of Soot 12 and tho S E } of tho S W } 12of Sect 12 all in township, 11, South in amigo 21 west and being situated in tho county of Nevada, state of A rkansa*. levied upon to sat isfy an execution in favor of John Jones. Ust Ali PH 1LLI PS—Sheriff Hy Ed Hood, D’p’ty Sherri Warning Order. A. L. Hymen, V Plaintiff, against • Anchor Milling Company,) Defendant. 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