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ncro contuins 4,800 square
Sugar cane, cotton, dntos. rioo and
tobacco aro to bo raised hi tho Boston
public garden this summer.
To polish a horn, first scrape tho
horn with a piece of gloss, and rub tho
smooth part with tho finest emery-paper.
Then tinish with silver polishing
powder and water, and finally polish
with heofl-wax on a piece of woolen,
felt or buckskin.
Dried-Apple Fruit Cake, Extra.
Two cups of dried apples, soaked over
night; In tho morning chop and stew in
two cups of molassos one hour. When
cold, add one-half cup of butter, threo
eggs, one teaspoonful of soda; cloves,
mace, cinnamon, etc., to taste; onocup
of raisins and flour sufficient to mako
as still' as pound cako.
Dutch Rolls. Sift threo quarts of
Hour; break three oggs into a pint of
cold milk, in which put a teaspoonful
of yeast and stir It up; cut up two
ounces butter and work it In your Hour;
mix tho milk, eggs and yeast with the
Hour aud knead thoroughly. Mako
into rolls, butter the pan, and stand by
tho stovo to rise. Bake in a quick
Apple Custard Pio. Scald tho
milk and let it cool. Grate some sweet
apples. Tako two-thirds of a cupful
6f powdered sugar, four well-beaten
eggs, one cupful of milk, one-fourth of
a nutmeg. Lino an cartltcn pic-dish
with a rich crust, and lot it bake. Then
1111 with the custard and let it bake for
half an hour. To be eaten cold.
One of tho first and most important
things to do in the spring, is clean out
tho collar. Remove all decaying mat
ter, dirt, rubbish or rotting boards,
boxes or barrels. They all breed a
doadly malaria, which rises through all
of the rooms of tho house and poisons
the blood of all of tho household.
Sprinkle quick lime, chloride of lime
or copperas, etc, as disinfectants.
Tho application of bluo vitriol as a
positive euro for warts of any size, by
simply making an incision in tho wart
and insorting a portion in the form of
powder, wo cannot corneal o in or recom
mend. It will not only fail as a sure
cure, but will cause considerable local
irritation and protracted pain to tho
animal, and may result in tumefaction
and induration of surrounding tissues.
National Livestock Journal.
A woll-laid stone drain is oqually
as good, is not better, than a tile drain.
The stone is imporishablc, and if woll
laid will not be displaced aud may last
for centuries. Somb tiles may havo
defects which may not bo perccivod,
and if one fails the wholo drain fails.
In laying a stono drain, tho stones
should bo packed very closely at tho
sido of the ditch, so that tho water can
not work behind them, and tho bottom
stones, laid in two rows, aro covorcd
with Hat pieces and tho points broken.
If a foot of small stones is then laid on
tho top and tho earth packed woll on
those, thero is no reason why tho drain
should not bo permanent.
With a view of removing tho cause
givo lirst a doso of physio, composed of
an ounce cadi of aloes and carbonate of
soda, dissolved in a pint of hot water,
and add to this solution an ounce of
tincture of ginger. Apply brisk friction
to tho Hanks and the abdomen by means
of straw wisps, and repeat this at short
intervals. Lead tho horse besido
another in a goutlo trot, tan minutes at
a time, every half hour, but not in a
gallop. If no other stimulant is at
hand, givo every half-hour, three
ounces of whisky in a pint of water;
otherwise give half an ounco each of
Jluid oxtract of belladonna aud aromatic
spirits of ammonia and an ounco of
laudanum, in a pint of cold water. Givo
as often blood-warm injections of soap
suds, ono to two quarts at a time. In
case there should bo much flatulency
or bloating, givo besides the above
mentioned laxative a doso composed of
threo drams of aqua ammonia in a pint
of cold water, every half hour, besides
abdominal friction, injections, and
walking e.orciso. Whon tho symptoms
lesson in severity givo every hour, until
all symptoms havo disappeared, a doso
of half an ounce each of sweet spirits of
niter, tincture of gentian, and tincture
or ginger in a pint of water. After an
attack of colic the horse should not bo
used for work that day or tho following
twenty-four hours, and ho should bo fed
lightly on easily-digested food. Feeding
tlto horse continually a wholo winter on
dry food, is wrong. On such feeding a
horse should havo a bran mash at least
twice a week, and salt should be con
stantly placed within easy reach.
National Live Slock Journal.
Why ltulso Sheep
Bocauso it will pay. That is to say:
A farm of a given size can bo stocked
with sheep lor les3 money than will bo
required if cattle, horses or hogs aro
employed. Sheep will como nearer
utilizing everything that grows on tho
farm than cither or all tho above
named animals. Less ljftj5r will bo
required for getting food and stock to
gether. Tho roturns wlll como in
soouor (except with hogs) and oftenor
than from any othor farm stock. Less
money is required for fencing and
sholtor when theso n supplied; and
less labor is involved in hording, where
outside pasture is accessible and pre
ferred. Add to Choso toe furthor fact
that a handsome income on tho invest
ment can bo had without tho sale of tho
animals thomsolvos, and one has tho
reasons why every farmer not excep
tionally situated should havo a flock of
elioop suited to his surroundings.
National Live-Stock Journal
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An Esquimau Hunting Cninp,
During the latter part of tho month
ox August, I visited ono of thoso hunting-camps
on tho southern bank of Con
nory Rlvor, abovo tho gato-way through
which tho search partv passed on the
return from King William's Land, in
February, 1880. In this camp wero
threo tujrics, containing four families,
and when moving camp, which occur
red ovory other day whilo I wus with
thorn, ovory ono, old and young, men
and women, had his load, and the dogs
staggered under burdens that would lul
with sadness tho heart of a mombor of
tho S. 1. C. A. Even a palsiod old
crone had upon her back tho skins that
comprised her bod. It was a compara
tively light load, but sho had to keep up
with tho lino of march as best sho
could, or fall bohind nnd como along at
her leisure Only when wo forded tho
river, which was accomplished at a
portage over and throusrh tho Atones of
which tho water dashed with gi eat vio
lence, did any ono go to the assistance
of tho old woman. Then two voting
men took hor light frame in thoir
brawny arms and carried her safely
through the torrent, lauding her upon
the opposite shore, where sho was again
loft to follow, or not as she pleased. It
is astonishing what burdens thoso peo
ple will carry upon thoir backs, by
moans of a thong which possos across
the breast and just below the shoulders,
sometimes supported by an additional
thong over tho forehead. Besides
thoir share of the load, the woAiou have
tho youngest child in their hoods or sit
ting upon the back-loud, with their feet
around the mother's neck. Tho men
seldom ofl'or to relieve thoir partners
of tho infant, unless it bo tho licir, in
which case the father will sometimes
deign to take him upon his own bun
dle But it always scorned to mo as if
tho fathers would rather soo thoir
daughters left behind to become food
for wolves than lower thoir dignity by
carrying a female child.
Arrived at tho spot selected for tho
new camp, bundles aro laid aside, and
all, throwing themselves upon tho
ground, enjoy a few moments of peace
ful rest. Then pipes aro filled and
passed from mouth to mouth, nnd con
versation upon tho prospect of reindoor
being seen is entered into by tho men,
whilo tho women orcct the tents, un
load tho dogs, and put down tho bed
ding. If there is any meat in camp,
moss is gathorod by the women, and a
firo is started in tho doorway of tho
tent to cook a potful of meat, whilo tho
men lounge about and smoke, or roam
over the hills to look for traces of
reindoor. During tho day-timo, whilo
the men are hunting, tho women and
children- generally repair to the near
est lako, aud fish for tho lino salmon
which abounds in nil the waters of that
locality, and which are oaten eithorraw
or cooked. Win. II. Oilikr, in Scriu
Causes for tho Hotting1 of Ejfffs.
It is found by C. O. Ccoh that tho
main cause of the rotting of oggs is high
temperature and moisture, and that the
various stages of decomposition fall into
seven groups. 1. When exposed to
warmth and moisture and not fertilized,
the albumen first becomes watery and
then tho membrane inclosing the yelk
bursts, allowing a partial mingling to
occur at the surface of tho contact of ,
tlio yolK anu tho albumen. i. As tho
decomposition proceeds, tho contents
becomtf a homogeneous, cheesoy mass,
first white, then yellow, and finally
greenish in color. 3. They then gradu
ally change into a yellow or greenish
liquid 4. If the fresh, unfertilized egg
is kept at rest aud at a constant temper
ature of about fourteen degrees, with
exclusion of moisture, tho yolk remains
entire, and after tho gaseous products
of decomposition and the water of tho
albumon havo escaped by diffusion
through the shell, tho residue forms a
crust round the flattened yelk, tho shell
being apparently half empty. f. Whoti
tho outer part of tho yelk is very firm,
tho decomposition is often limited to
the albumen, tho yolk remaining un
altered in form as a black mass. (J. In
fertilized eggs tho decomposition com
mences at the middle of tho egg, and
tho albumen is often unaltered while tho
yolk becomes watery. 7. All tho abovo
mentioned changes proeeod with a
rapidity dependent on tho temporaturo
and moisture of tho air and on whether
tho oggs are at rest or not.
Poisonous Cheap Canned Goods.
Tin, as tho article is usually called,
is, or should bo, sheet-iron coated with
mire tin, thus making what aro known
in the trade as tin platos. l'nro tin, or
block tin, i3 quite expensive as com
pared with load, and to save money
great quantities of iron plates aro cov
ered with an alloy mado of lead and
tin, and of this so-called tin much low
priced tinware is made, as woll as cans
for tho lower grades of fruits and veg
etables. This is a most dangerous prac
tice, as loud is an insidious and fatal
poison, not showing itself at once, but
lurking in tho system until it suddenly
carries oft' its victim. A few months
sinco some baked beans wero shown at
tho Fanners' Club of the Amoriean In
stitute, and tho canH wero pronounced
dangerous, a whito coating showing it
self inside when tho beans had been ro
movod, and the wholo can from it color
and smell presenting tho appoaranco of
lead. In Switzerland, where our canned
goods aro much used and rigidly in
spected, salts of load have been found
in the outside layers of preserved
moats, ho not buy any cheap canned
fruits or vegetables; it is much bettor
to use half quantities of an article
known to bo good and fill with more
bread rather than run the least risk of
taking into your stomachs this doadly
leud poison. Food and Health,
What is Statutory Intemperance?
What is meant by tho expression in
tho statute, Intemperate habltsP"
Habit is defined to bo 'Mixed or estab
lished custom; ordinary courso of eon
duet." It need not bo the uniform or
unvarying rule, but to bo a habit it
must bo tlio ordinary courso of conduct
tho gonoral rulo or custom. It may
have exceptions. Exceptions do not
destroy a rulo. But unless, when oc
casion offers, there is a disposition, or
probable inclination, to drink to ex
cess, intemperate habits cannot bo pre
dicted. If sobrioty is tho rule, and oc
casional intoxication tho oxcoption,
then tho caso Is not brought within the
statute On tho othor hand, if Iho rulo
or habit is to drink to intoxication
when occasion offers, nnd sobrioty or
nbstinonco is the oxcoption, then tho
charge of intemporato habits is estab
lished. Now, to mako out this chargo,
it is not ncoossary that tho custom shall
bo au ovory day rulo. Thero aro per
sons whose custom is to remain sober
whilo at home, and who, when in com
pany or visiting tho town or villago,
generally drink to excess, although oc
casionally they abstain and remain so
ber, .hi such case, drunkenness is shown
to bo 'tho rulo, or ordinary course of
conduct; and to sell or givo to suoh
p orson, knowing him to bo such, spir
ituous, vinous, or malt liquors, is a vi
olation of tho statute Alabama Su
Tho Marquis Tseng, tho Chinese
Minister to Franco, is forbidden by cus
tom and etiquetto to sleep on beds used
bv outer barbarians. Wherovor ho
goos, therefore, in traveling about Eu
rope, ho carries his sleeping apparatus
- . .
Mexico maintains tho old system of
municipal tariffs on goods, under which
duty is exuotod by cities and towns on
all wares brought into thorn.
Plnttlo Creek (Mich.) Dally Journnl.
Upon buing Bpokcii to eoiicurulutf St. Ja
cobs Oil, our fellow townsman Mr. Theodore
Wakclcc, said: I had been suffering with
rheumatism, and obtained the greatest relief
from the use of St, Jacobs Oil. It has also
been used In my family for some time, and
has never been found to fall In giving prompt
Tni! Khedlvo says ho doesn't cure how
much Turkey cuts up. AU ho wants is his
dcuserts. lioston Tramcrlpl.
South IJcnd Evening Itcgtster.
When certain powers are claimed for an
article, and everybody testllles thut It does
raoro than Is claimed for it, to frulusuy its
worth Is useless. This Is the substance of
the St. Jacobs Oil record.
The bluebird was not originally blue. ITo
was irolden and scarlet, llut hccamolna
triflo too early ono sprhfg, putting too muoh
confidence in a' weather prediction, and ho
has never since been the bird that ho was.
la It Possible
that a remedy made of such common, simple
plants as Hops, Iiuchu, Mandrake, Dandelion,
etc., make so many and such marvelous isnd
wonderful cures as Hop Bitters dot It must
bo, for when old and young, rich and poor,
Pastor and Doctor, Lawyer and Editor, all
testify to having been cured by them, wo
must believe and doubt no longer. See othor
Evitar cloud has a silver lining. The boy
who has the mumps can stay away from
school. New Orleann J'icayutie.
flood Wntches ut Low IVlcea.
Write for illustrated catalogue to Stand
ard American Watch Co., Pittsburgh, Fa.
Long ICnnge Gum
Cheaper than ever; write forlllustratod cata
logue. Gt. Western GuuWorks, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ir afllicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. SJoc.
Savk your wagons, your money and your
patience by using Frazur Axlo Grease.
Would not be without Iteddlng's Jlussla
Salve, Is the verdict of all who use it.
Mouunino glories the fashionable wid
Indians get their queer namos In tho fol
lowing manner: When an Indian baby Is
born the medicine man or some ouo of the
family looks out of tho door ahd casts his etc
upon some object. The llrst thing that ho
sees furnishes the child's namo. Hence "Sit
ting Hull," "Ked Cloud," etc X. Y. Time.
If tills rulo wus followed In Chicago most of
the children horn here would be called
"Iloopskirt-lu-the-Uack-Vard," or "Man-Golng-into-a-Suloon."
A hki'out on tho state of lellglon in Neva
da would be almost im brief as the famous
chapiter on snakes in Ireland. The following
anecdote might, however, be inserted: "At
the recent opviiuig of tho Nevada Legislature
nn Eastern mmlHter was invited to perform
tho roligious service. Ho accepted the call
and closed tho ceremony with the Lord's
Prayer. When he had finished, State Sena
tor Doolan turned to Senator Hammond aud
remarked uudlbly, 'Ho stole that prayer and
I'll bet on It. I heard it almost word for
word in Eureka at a funeral over teu years
ago.' "Hucramento Cat.) Star.
A vkkv expensive young
lady Em Ilrold-
"Pa, what Is ciisilageC 'Why h'm
ensilage, my son, is urensllao Is oh,
something like muclluge, my son; something
like mucilage; used to stick things together,
you know. There now, run away to your
play, und don't disturb me now." And that
boy thinks his pa Is a very encyclopedia of
wisdom. Happy child I Ere manyyearshave
olapscd, the boy will think he knows every
thing and his pa nothing! Happy childhood I
Jloitou Tratmcrlpt, ,
Theiii: Is a certain Galveston family that
does not attend church as reirularly as they
should, but they send tho oldest boy overy
Sunday, to keen up appearances. Last Sun
day tho head of the family said: ''Go dress
yourself, bov; it's time for you to go to
church." "1 would like to know," respond
ed tho boy, sulkily, " why I arn tho only ono
in this family who has got to bo religious!"
" Ifcruuto you need ir most, you scoundrel
thut's why!" thundered the stem parent, feel
ing for tho young martyr's huir. Uakcuton
' WOMAN'S TRIUMPH r
MHS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM. OF LYNNt KASS
LYDIA E. PltMKHAM'S
Tho I'osltlrr Onro
for all those l'atnful Complaint ami Weaknesses
a common toekrbest ft mate population.
It will cure entirely tho wont form of Female Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inrianiinatlon and Ulcer,
tlon, Falling and Dliplsceraents. and tho consequent
Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Chango of life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus In
an crly stage of development. The tendency to can.
curous humors there Is checked very speedily by Its use.
It remotes falntno, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieve weakness otthehtomach.
It cures Moating, Uoadnclies, Nervous rrostratlon,
General Dobtllty, Klecplcssnces, Depression and IndU
ThaC recline of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
barmonv with tho laws that govern tho female system.
1'ortlio curoof Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
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Iletkuso It action tho I.1VKII, IIUWKLS
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Because it oloonse tho system of tho poison
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pation, Piles, or In Ilheumnltam, Neuralgia
Nerrouo Dlsonlors and Femalo Complaints.
W It Is put up In Dry Ve-otoblo Form, In
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t y quarts of medicine.
HTAlso In Liquid Forra.very Concentrated,
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bvinnllull recintof til-hit. 'riffbM.
I. K. WllirtXK. IS Winter HU, llo.U.ii.
5, 10, 25 cent COUNTER SUPPLIES.
TOVH, NOTIONH, Ac. Catnloguu IWr.
CAUY, FULTON b CO., HO Humnur Kt.lio.ton.Mass.
DRILLING MACHINES. Tool fur all kinds of Well
iwifcTiTg. LOOMIS ii. NYMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO.
and incrsaentC.O. I). anywhere. Wholesale
and Itetall. Vtico-lMrte. floods guaran
teed. 11.UUTHKUU157 Wabash av.Uldcago.
YOUN(J MKX leant telegraphy and enrn MO Ut f 100
a mouth. Kverygnuluatn raarantued a paying ultiia
tlon. Address Valentine llriw. Maiugors.Jnntuivlllit.Wls.
UIKIP OIVEN AWAY. Sent on receipt of O.
milOlU cents In sumps, SJS.OO worth of chulcu Mu
ilcAddrcisJ, lM'crryit Co.,H Wot Bt.,lloston,Mass.
I AUTl Warrants and Soldlert' Additional Homestead.
kftnu Floats Imught and sold. Highest price pnld.
K.W.FItiaraUl. Laud Atl'y, Jlox 5K8, Wakliliigton.D.C.
A MONTH I AflHNTH WINTPni
70 UestBelilng Articles In the world i turn.
ulePM. JAY Iiiio.ttio.-V. DetrolL Mloh.
A OKOTA WANTED for tho Beit and Fast est-
Helling l'lctorlal Hooks and Illblos, I'rlccs n duccd
.rccni. naiiouai ruuusiiing tO., UH
ARFMTQ (;'n mon,,y with Ir. Olmio'i .Vet
HUbll I O ICeceliit Hook. Newly revised and en-
Surged. Ily miill.t Addruss Chaso
St. Louis, Mo.
A. N. K.
irfK.v irntTMxa to AnrnitTini!iis.
jilenm nay Wou vine the Aihvitlscmenf
in thin vawr, " '
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