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The Most Desirable Trees for
Planting on Pasture Land
to Produco Shade.
Failure of tho Hop Orop in New York,
and the Distress It Will Oauso.
Tlio Ilcst Trees for Shade.
Nearly evcrr fanner on tho "treeless
prairies" expects at fconie time to have
trees in his pastures to afford shailo for
his cattle, sheep, horses, and hogs. He
knows that they are essential to the
comfort of his stock, and that comfort,
ns well as food, water, and salt, arc
necessary for the formation of milk,
wool, and llcsh. Still, they are likely
to delay tho planting of them till they
have erected convenient buildings, havo
broken most of the ground that they
will requiro for cultivated crops, and
have set out trees for producing fruit.
Had they spent two or three- days in
procuring and setting out trees on their
pastures when they lirst moved cn their
places they might havo had sufficient
uliade for their stock by the time they
had completed their other improve
ments. Some, who delay. planting trees
in pasture? till after they have occupied
their places several years, set out varie
ties that mako a very slow growth,
plant them in places not favorable to
lliem, alloru them no protection, ne
gleet to prune them properly, and thus
delay tho time that tneir animals will
have" tho advantage of shade.
The best trees that can bo planted
for aflonling shade in pastures arc
those that are hardv, stately, that have
n'l f li-wi,r,mill 11 n- htnnelwi.j .mil tvliw.lt
cast a dense shade during the hottest
portions ot the summer. Uioso which
grow quickly and can be propagated by
moans of sprouts anil cuttings arc to
be preferred. Everyone has observed
that soft-wood trees grow much more
rapidly than those that produco hard
wood, and that nearly all of them suc
ceed best on land that is somewhat low
and moist. One of the best trees for
moderately moist land is tiio American
linn, or common baswood. Tho tree
is beautiful in all stages of its growth.
It is very hardy and attains a largo
size. Insects aro not likely to injure
its roots, trunk, or leaves. Its leaves
aro of remarl;able size, thick, and of
an agreeable, green color. Jt casts a
very dense shade, which is agreeable
during the hot days of mid-summer. It
is a very clean tree and highly orna
mental. If the trees aro isolated and
stand in suitable locations they ordinar
ily havo very wide spreading branches.
Sometimes several trunks will grow
close together and present a very beau
The sycamore, buttonwood, or "button-boll
tree" is another excellent tree
for land that is somewhat moist. It is
one of the largest trees found on this
side of the Rocky mountains. Along
the banks of the Mississippi river and
its tributaries it often attains the height
of eighty feet, and has a trunk from
six to ten feet in diameter. Tho tree
is possessed of great vitality. If the
trunk becomes hollow a living shell
remains around the cavity which pro
tracts the life of the branches. These
hollow trunks were utilized by tho
early settlers of many of tho western
states for grain bins, smoke-houses,
and shelter for fowls and pigs. Hollow
sycamore trunks have afforded shelter
to man families of western pioneers.
The trees can be easily propagated by
seed or ripe wood cuttings of either
one or two-year-old wood cut late in
the spring or early in the fall. The
wood is very hard to split, quickly de
cays, and is of very little value for
timber or fuel. Sections of largo
trunks mako good blocks for cutting
meat. The tree, however, is of very
little value except for ornament and
shado, but for these purjioses it is very
For higher land tho silver leaf poplar
has many advantages. It is readily pro
pagated to cuttings, grows rapidly, and
attains a large size, while its branches
extend over a largo space, and afford a
good shade. The tree is healthy, not
liable to bo injured by insects, and at
tains a large size. A few of these trees
on a farm serve a useful purpose by
way of ornament. The wood makes
excellent fuel. Tho tree, however, is
very objectionable in one respect. If its
roots aro broken or disturbed they
throw up a largo number of suckers
that aro very hard to kill or keep in
subjection. In planting in a permanent
pasture, however, this proneness to
throw up sprouts from the roots is not
likely to prove a serious objection. If
the sod over the roots remains unbrok
en the suckers will not appear as they
do on land that is plowed every year.
The silver poplar is an imported tree,
and wo are just finding out what it is
good for. When first introduced it was
planted in lawns, gardens, and on the
sides of streets in largo towns. The
numerous suckers thrown up in land
that was cultivated condemned it for
these places. It is, however, an excel
lent tree for producing shado in pas
tures and for affording fuel.
The common cotlonwood or white
wood possesses most of the advantages
of the basswood and sycamore, but in
an inferior degree. It is not as boauti
ful, and does not produce, so dense a
shade. When the trees stand at some
distance from each other and aro kept
properly pruned they aro quite attract
ive, and servo as ornaments to woh
kept grounds. All these trees aro men
tioned because they aro easily propa
gated aud grow quickly. Maples, elms,
birches, beeches and hickories are far
more valuable for most purposes and
aflord good shade. It is necessary,
however, to raiso the trees from seed,
to purchase them from nursorymen, to
move them ordinarily long distances,
and to wa t many years before they
will produce much shade. Trees that
are late in leaving out in tho spring,
which havo scant foliage, which aro
liable to disease or to attacks of insects
aro not desirable for planting in pas
tures. Neither are trees whoso foliao
is eaten by cattlo or sheep. T'fie
quicker a tree grows the shorter will bo
the timo that it will requiro protection
gainst animals, aud the less will be the
rzo to afford
Tho Hop Crop.
ISoporU from central Now York aro
to the effect that the hop crop of tho
present year will bo almost an entire
failure. A mouth ago tho prospect was
that the crop would bo large in quanti
ty and most excellent in quality. It
was thought that prices would bo
low, but it was thought that New York
would produce hops enough to supply
all tho breweries in the country ami
have a large surplus for export. Now
it is feared that tho state can not supplv
the local demand for hops, and cargoes
of hops of last summer's growth sent
to England have been ordered back.
It is understood that they will be made
to pay an import duty of 8 cents per
pound. Somo wealthy growers who
havo held tho hops they raised last
year will doubtless realize high prices
for them. Many dealers who have car
ried largo stocks will make fortunes.
The hop extract company expects to
mako money enough to enrich all its
stockholders. ror moro than six
months its establishment lias been run
ning night and day, making up all the
hops that coulu bo obtained at the low
prices that havo long prevailed. It
still has five thousand bales on hand
lint if will ncn in innL-mir nvftvif.f
Several of the principal hop-growing
towns in the vicinity ot Ltiea have re
cently been visited by an intelligent re
porter of The Herald, of that city, and
in his opinion no attempt will bo niado
to harvest a crop in most places. Up
to tho m ddle of last month the pros
pect for a large and excellent crop was
remarkably good, lho vines had made
a good growth, and were strong.
Soon lice appeared in numbers never
seen before. It was generally believed
that a change in the weather would
have an unfavorable effect on them.
Hut though the weather has changed
from hot to cold, and from wet to dry,
the lice havo continued to "increase
and multiply." They cover the vines,
foliage and blossoms. They aro as
voracious as locusts and far more nu
merous. Some of the hop-fields that
look well from a distance are lound on
examination to be absolutely ruined.
Many of the vines look as if they had
been" scorched by llamo. Others aro
covered by a sticky substance rarely
seen in large quantities before. In many
fields the leaves are yellow, and appear
to be ready to drop off. All attempts to
destroy the lico by the use of poisonous
substances appears to be of little or no
use. This reporter in giving an ac
count of the fields at Watervillo, writes:
In the first place it may be stated as
a general fact that there are no yards
in tliis part of the country that aro not
all'ected by lice and honey dew. Tho
hill yards, that lie where they get a
good circulation of air, show less ver
min as yet than others, but they an)
only in "the same conditJou that those
which arc more seriously affected were
in about two weeks ago. There has
never before been a time in this coun
try when yards could not be found that
were comparatively free from vermin,
even in what was considered a bad
year. Hut this season there are no ex
ceptions. Everywhere the vines aro
covered with a substance that glitters
in the sun like varnish, and slowly
drips to the ground, discoloring the
stones that lie about. Somo growers
assert that this honey dew made its ap
pearance some time beforo the lice be
came noticeable, and in such quantity
as it would be utterly impossible for
the few lico then in existence to pro
duce. For this reason they regard it
as something different from the exuda
tion of tho vermin, aa perhaps a deposit
from the atmosphere, appearing, as it
does, everywhere, and on the upper
sides of tho loaves, while tho Lee lie on
the under sides. Ifut whatever may bo
its cause, it is believexl to bo poisonous
to the plant and to co-operate with tho
vermin in the work of destruction. As
for the vermin themselves, noth ng like
their numbers and universal prevalence
was ever known before in this country.
It is thought that the situation must bo
the same as it was in England in the
year of the high prices. In all yards
thoro are more vermin than has been
known at tho worst in ordinary years,
while in thoso that aro affect
ed worst they lio clustered around the
vino at tho basis of the icaf-stalks ex
actly like a swarm of bees, two inches
long and an half inch deep. In yards
whore the vino is just coming into blow
the small leaves at the growing end of
tho shoot aro plastered with vermin,
apparently waiting for tho burr to bo
formed so that they can crawl into it.
In years when they appear later in tho
season they aro found mostly on tho
young and tender leaves, their presence
not being suspected from a mere ex
amination of tho lower part of tho vino.
Hut this year they camo so early that
mo largo leaves 01 mo vino hsuh uro
the chief sufferers, aud that is why the
plant is going to pieces so rapidly.
1110 toss oi me nop crop wm nave a
very serious effect on the prosperity of
numerous classes in central Now York.
Many of the small farmers have mort
gaged their places to obtain money to
enable them to obtain hop vines and
to cultivato them till thoy were of an
ago to boar. They havo also raised
monoy for tho purposo of buying poles
aud erecting drying-houses. They aro
in no condition to stand the loss of a
crop to which thoy havo given their en
tiro attention. In all the large towns
in tho hoo-growing districts there are
hundreds of families that havo been ac
customed to work at hop-p ekiug for
several weeks every year. When tho
men, women, and children all worked
in tho field during the hop harvest,
they earned money enough to supply
them with the necessities of life during
tho winter, Thoy will sutler from the
loss of the hop crop almost as much as
tho owners of fields.
Baby Had Ilia Huir.
Visitor (rogarding tho baby): "Oh,
what a dear little duck of a child! He
resembles you both, indeed he does.
He has got his mother's eyes, and his
Father (who is bald-headed): "I
guess he has; I haven't." Texas Sittings.
cost of raising it to a
shade. Clued j'j Tunes.
A Hig Gourd.
Some people atv very sens'tive aboti
the r names, particularly if they happer
to own a name that is susceptible of bo
ing twisted and distorted out of shapt
by the humorist who plays on words
Such persons, even when they werr
originally very good humored, beconif
morose and crabbed. From the time
thoy go to school until they aro wheeled
out to their open sepulchre, they hav
the same atrocious puns perpetrated ot
their names, and as continued hammer
in: on one spot is apt to make n son
place sooner or later, the victim of hi:
own name becomes a dangerous man U
An Austin gentleman tells us the fol
lowing good story about a man who re
fused to allow anybody to take impropci
liberties with his name, which was A
Gourd. lie belonged to a Virginia
regiment, weighed about '200 pounds,
and would light a cross-cut miw at the
drop of the hat. lie had been badger
ed so much in early life about li s
name, that it was not" safe to ment ou
it, even respectfully, in his presence.
Ilis fellow soldiers knew and ap
preciated his weakness, or ratlu-i
Ins strength, and governed themselves
accordingly; but when a new recruit,
who was given to putting on airs, and
whom it was desirable to take down a
peg, was mustered in, tlourd was util
ized for t lie purpose. The soldiers
would discuss gourds on general prin
ciples, and the following eonversatiot
would take place.
"1 say, Mr. Kecruit. how big was the
biggest "gourd you ever saw?"
"1 saw one once about as big as n
"We have got a gourd in tills com
pany that is as big around as a barrel."
"Hut I tell you we have. Our gourd
weighs -'00 pounds." "
"Yes, 1 suppose so. That is anothei
one of those soldier yarns."
"Well our gourd is over there in that
The soldier would at last bo over
come by curiosity to take a look at the
big gourd, and would stroll into pri
vate A. Gourd's tent, who would ask
the stranger what he wanted.
"Nothing, only I heard there was t
big gourd in this' tent, anil 1 "
Heforo tho rccru t could finish, A.
Gourd was busy fanning the sod with
very green recruit. Texas Si flings.
The Proper Thing in Weildiiig-TMngs.
In answer to a query, I write thattlu
favorite engagement ring lias a
sapphire and diamond, the two gemu
representing faitli and constancy, as ii
is supposed. A sapphire, beautiful a
it may bo in idea, is in reality a very
unbecoming stone. If of tho regula
tion depth of color, it does not ligh
up well, and a diamond or diamonds
are positively required to illuminate its
dark surface, but the blue determine!
its choice as the gift of virgin love. .A
ruby is too costly, save for tho rich,
and tho stones that resemble it in Iiud
are disliked in this association, though
they will bo welcome gifts later on.
No one thinks of buying an emerald oi
an opal for the engagement ring, ano,
pearls are so easily injured they art
rarely on the list, but diamonds, always
and ever within such addenda as t lie
taste aud pocket permit, suffice for tlio
princess or the commoner. A diamond
ring admits of great variation of de
sign and style, as any connoisseur will
admit, when the tempting array in
great jewelry establishment is undo;
consideration, iteauiuui rings on
beautiful hands are one of those com
binations which weak humanity nun
bo pardoned for adoring. The now
bracelet so much worn now is called
udscha and is of Egyptian origin. Ii
was worn moro than threo hundreii
years ago as a talisman by both met
women in J',gpt. J he udscha
itself is a largo coin covered with
hieroglyphics in enamel or jewelled,
and this is attached to a narrow metal,
and which must never be removed
from tho wearer's arm. Hence it was
customary to wear it in youth or as
long as tho size of the arm would per
in i t, above the elbow, as near the arm-
tut as possible. As the wearer grew.
increased in muscle or fat, tho udschii
was slipped lower and lower until it
descended to the wrist. CYura Itcllc,
in Cincinnati Enquirer. '
Hold and Hrave and Tender.
A slender, white-whiskered man sat
near the fare box in tho upper end ol
an F street car recently. lie wore a
high white Derby hat upon his head,
and his clothes were of broadcloth. A
high Henry Clay collar grasped his
neck, and a pair of blaek-rimmod spec
tacles hung by a string to his vest. Ho
was chatting to a lady at his side, and
his black eyes sparkled, and a most
winsomo smile beamed over his weather-beaten
face as the conversation went
on. Tho car stopped, and I was sur
prised to sco him jump to his leet aud
walk rapidly to tho door. As my eyes
followed him thoy rested on a fair
faced hunohback on crutches who was
trying to get into tho car. I saw this
slender, gray-whiskered, bronze-faced,
dark-eyed man bend over her and ask
her where- she wanted to go. She tola
him, and her face lighted up as ho told
her that this car was the right one.
Then, addressing her with as much
courtesy as though she had been the
President's new bride, he asked if he
might not help her into tho car. She
thanked him, and, putting his hands
under her anus, he 1 fted her up tho
steps and placed her crutches besido
her. He tipped his hat and then re
sumed his seat and conversation. This
old gentlotnan win Gen. Joo Johnston.
Why tho Parboil Paused in Prayer.
A story of a country parson's hide
pendenco will be appreciated by thoso
annoyed at late corners to church. A
man came into church late and started
With squeaky boots to walk tho whole
length of the side gallery. The pastor,
who was praying, stopped suddenly,
aliened his eyes, and pointing a long
linger to tho disturber, said: "You sit
down right where you are." Ho then
resumea his prayer. Boston Journal.
A I.rirltj- Wumnti.
Lo ncl-s (C l I -rces, .lime M
l'iit;in- Boiie-tHiii's-fuviirs t ho fatr nswoll
hm the linivc. Mrs. V. O. lliililmril. of this
city, took a BUddoii notion on the lOtlul.iy
ot May lnet to itiwat one dollar in the
Louisiana State Lottoty. Accordingly she
purihnsed from an agent a ono fittli ticket,
No. C!l,S00, lor tho small sum ot onoilullnr.
The drawing camo of I tho next day, tho
11th ult., anil tho ticket ot which she held
a one-fifth drew n pri.-.o ot $25,01)0. She
left the ticket with tho ivsont till thq follow
ing Monday, wheimhe camo around to pet
it, and wan overjoyed to find it had drawn
a priio. A friend ot tho agent had pre
viously purchased tho sumo ticket along
with ano her, but as both tickets were
even numbered, lie turned this one back,
and Mrs. Hubbard coming in, Rccurcd It,
and ultimately tho priio with it. Her
husband wns bnrtender at tho time
at Charlie Eaton's saloon in tho l'iro
House. Tho ticket was forwarded through
Wells, Fargo ifcOo.'n Express to tho mana
gers of tho Louisiana State Lottery at Now
Orleans, and they promptly remitted tho
cash. Neither Mrs. Hubbard nor her hus
band got excited over their good fortuno,
and Mrs. Hubbard immediately wont back
and invested in another ticket, remarking
that she was "in hopes tliatlightuiiig might
strike the same place tho second time."
Since tho Pico llouso bar has changed
hands, Mr. Hubbard has boon helping out
at the St. Elmo. Mr. Hubbard beforo com
ing to Los Angeles was a bartender in Port
lank, Oregon, where ho is well known, and
has ninny friends who will rejoice to hear
of his good luck. Mr. Hubbard has notyet
expressed himself as to his future inten
tions, but with so many golden opportuni
ties In Southern California, such a nest egg
as his cannot help winning for him a very
lnrgo fortuno in the course of a short timo.
A step to bo well thought of is a step
Drnko University advertises in another
column. No western school has innde a
prouder record, or offers superior advan
tages of location, courses of study, cheap
ness, or pleasant surroundings.
Shouldn't organists take out a liccnso to
irVou Cannot Sloop at Ntg;lit,
Uso Cauteu's Little Nuuvu Pills. No
Isn't ii pretty near timo to pension the
men who thought of going to tho wurf
If a cough disturbs your sleep, take 1'lso's Curo for
iuiiBuiiip luuanu rem icu.
Knoxville, Tcnn., oipects eoon to bo tho
great rdlroad center ot the south.
The usi: op Ely's Cheam Halm, a curo
lor Catarrh, Hay ! over and Cold in Head,
is attended with no pain, annoyance or
dreiul, wlileh can bo said ol no other reme
dy. It is not n, liquid or a snuff but is ens
ily applied with tho linger. It affords In
stant relief and cures where doctors havo
ailod. All druggists havo it. Price 50 cts.
Mv hkahi.no. which has been vory defec
tive for years, hns greatly improved since I
have been using Lly s Cream Halm, and I
feel ouite coulldent that a permanent cure
will ho effected. Rev. 11. E. Mayo, Tublo
Hock, l'awneo Co., Nebraska.
Ely ISnos.: I have used two bottles of
your Cream Halm for Catarrh since Decern
ber. A soro in my nostrl the causo of
much sufferinghas entirely healed; have
used no other medicine. 'I his spring I eel
better, can walk and work with moro ease
than I havo in any spring since 1SG1
Mury 13. Ware, Hopeful, Va.
An early riser Tho alarm clock.
"Strictly Vegetable." W Strictly Tnio
When applied to Carter's Little Liver Pills.
To seo spots on the son, get your boy
Old tilll boxes aro spread over tho land
n.y the tliousanils niter Having been cmp
tied by suffering humanity. What a, mass
of sickening, disgusting medicine tho poor
stomncli lias to contend with. Too much
strong medicine. Prickly Ash Hitters is
rapidly and surely taking the place of all
this class of drugs, aud is curing all tho ills
arising from a disoidered condition of tho
liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels.
Tenrv nmi should lin.vo n. nrnptinnl
business education. Mirny of our boys
appreciate this, and nro Inking a course
at iMiiotc s xsusiness loncgo, xsurnng
Thoso who toil and spin Tho bicycle
Many a luxuriant hoad of hair is pro
duced by Hall's Hair Itenewor.
Agun, in its lnostmnlignautform, is cured
by taking Ayor's Ague Curo.
A drink for tho sick well water.
If yon have liarbcil wire fence, keep Veter
inary 'arlolliile hi your sublet. It cures
without a tear and renews the lmir Its original
color. 0 cents anil $1.00, at Drugglstsor by mall.
Cole St Co., Iilack lttver Fulls, Wis.
Arabian coffeo is a delicious breakfast
Iiookkcepiug, law.Bhort hand, type-writing,
telegraph and rapid writing taught by
experts, at Lincoln Pus. Col lego, Lincoln,
Neb. Specimens aud College Journal free.
Sitico 1882 Egypt lias cost England ?175,
000,000. B merciful to dumb animals. Heal
all open sores and cuts with Stowurt's
Healing Powder, 15 and CO cents a box.
What Is the Use
Of your Uraenlns younclf around, day after day,
wllhout any Ufa or activity, fcellm all tired out
ani miserable, wlren you mlidit be ai quick and
lively and itronjr at eTcr? Taka cure of yourself at
once, or In the depleted condition of jnur system, i
complaint otherwise trivial, may fatten upon you
with serious or fatal result. Hood's Sarsuparllla i
Juittho medicine you nerd to build up your eutln
system, to purify and quicken your blood, and tl
tjlve you appetite ani strenxth.
"Delnj run down from hard work I tried Hood's
Sarsaparllla, and It ss built me up that I bave con
tinued its use. I have ureat faith In It as a blood
perlflerand regulator." J. A. Smith, Commercial
Bulletin Office, Iioiton, Mass.
"Hood's Sarsaparllla as a blood purifier has n
equal. It tone) the system, strengthens and Inrlc
orates, elvlnif new life. I hive laken It for kldnej
complaint with tne best results." D. II. SiUNfJtnn
tl l'earl Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Bold by all drufifliti. It; six for S3. Prepared b)
C. I. HOOP It CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Uas.
100 Dcses One Dollar
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW
t about the human body ami 1U curious orirana,
Jlow to avoid pUJalli of ignoraiu and indlterttton,
Jlou t apply Jlomt.Cutt to mtlormt f dUtau,
Jlow tt cur Ormp.Oli Kye$, Kvpluri, fhimorit. tie.,
Jlou U tnatt.lt ha pvutniaarriagtk h.ivtprlztlttlti
tunnj Hill rub. C., 10 K. 2tth BU. flew Utk.
AT ri Tr a '1 1 the bud.tt stores. THe
4 1IJ DTI rV W.' esTsrslbe entire se44ie.
I W4I D 11 r Bread" trade-nark.
ItrownV I.lttlo .Julie.
"Why, llrowu how short your coat is,"
said .lones otu' tiny t" his friend ltrown,
who wittily reilii'il: "Ye; but it will bo
long enough before. I g -t atuiltnT." Somo
men spend so much for un-dicincs that
neither heal nor help them that new
clothe is with them like angels' visits fow
and fur between. Internal fevers, weak
ness of the lungs, shortness of breath and
lingering coughs, soon yield to tho magic in
fluence of that royal remedy, Dr. It. V.
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery."
Suspended animation Tho girl in tho
The former proprietor of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh ltemedy, for years niado a standing,
public offer in all American newspapers of
$f00 reward for a caso of catarrh that ho
could not cure. The present proprietors
have renewed this offer. All tho druggists
sell this Itonicdy, together with tho
"Douehe,"und all other appliances advised
to bo used in connection with it. No
catarrh patient is longer able to sny, "I
cannot be cured." You got 500 in case ol
Why is thcro nothing liko leather? Pa
cause it is tho sole support of man.
Functional derangement of tho femalo
system is nutckly cured by the uso of Dr.
It. V. Pierce h "Favorito Prescription." It
removes pain and restores health and
strength. Ily all druggists.
The great woman question "What dtd
she havo on?"
JInrsh purgativo remedies aro fast giving
way to tho gentleaction and mild effects ot
Carter's Little Liver Pills. If you try
them, thoy will certainly please you.
Locomotives generally havo plenty of
Siiok and lnrd ware ilealen sell I.yon's Heel Still
cnors; thoy keep boots mul shoes straight.
Coin from tho mint of nature ponny
royal. IN TIII5 rOUNTUY SUM.-UKIC.
Tho man who takes his family into tho
country for tho summer should remember
that ho will suvo his children a great deal
of pain and himself a largo amount ot
money in doctors' bills if he is thoughtful
enough to carry a supply ot Peiiuv Davis'
Pain Kn.t.t:it. The medicine is a standard
specific tor all cases ot cramps, colic,
cholera morbus, diariha?a, or dysentery.
Thoro is but one "school of journalism,"
and that is journalism.
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