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HOME, FAKSl AND (UltDEN.
Planning and system snvo labor and
If tho cucumber that grows nearest
tho root bo saved every year, an earlier
anil smaller varioty will bo the result;
if saved ni'ar tho ends, a larger and
later variety will bo obtained; molon
seeds are also easily saved. Massachu
Wheat does not mix liko corn by
foreign pollen, for tho reason that wheat,
as well as rye, barley, etc., are her
maphrodites, having b'oth stamens ami
pistils in tho same liowor, and fuL'tilitca
tion is accomplished boforo tho anthers
appears on tho tmtsiuo of tho glumes.
Nothing is better to clean silver
with than alcohol and ammonia; after
rubbing with this take a little whitening
on a soft cloth and polish; in this way
oven frosted silver, which is so dillicult
to clean, may bo easily made clear and
Writing of tho eflfoot of food on
llesh and eggs a correspondent of tho
Toronto Globe cites the. fact that these
products of fowls kept on supplies of
an unclean kind, such as swill and de
cayed garbage, will in one case quickly
taint and in the other taste unsavory.
For hoar.sonoss take tho whites of
two eggs and beat them with two toa
spoonluls of white sugar, grate a littlo
nutmeg, thon add a pint of lulcownrin
water; stir well, drink often, audit will
cure tho most- obstinate caso of hoarse
ness in a short time.
When fattening an animal for beef
let tho process bo as quick as possible
Any stint in feeding will make tho jeat
tough and dry. Stall-fed animals will
fatten more readily than others, and
j'oung animals roquiro richer food than
older ones. In winter fattening much
depends upon tho warmth of tho stable.
The warmer tho cattlo aro kept tho less
food will bo needed.
Cod Cutlets. Steam tho cod until
nearly done. Cut a slice and have a
battor of solf-raising Hour ready. Tho
batter is good when mixed with one egg
and water. Put the piece of iisli in tho
battor in the pan and fold it over when
it sets, having first sprinkled popper
and salt on. Make tho cutlets as well
shaped as you can. Havo potatoes cut
in small balls and steamou in parsley
sauco ready with it.
Evcry-day Soup. tho bones of a
leg of mutton, or those of six or seven
!)ounds of roasted loin or sirloin of
jcof. will make a quart of excellent
soup. Break up the bones, also a
bacon bono if you havo it, fry thorn a
nico brown; fry thru3 onions until
brown, put them with tho bones and
two sliced turnips into two quarts of
water, boil gently for two hours, strain
tho soup, toko oil' all the fat, lot it boil
up, skim it well, season to taste. Havo
, ready two ounces of vermicelli pasto
boiled, put it in tho tureen with tho
soup, and serve.
Green Corn Pudding A most deli
cious accompaniment to a moat course.
Tako ono quart of milk, live eggs, two
tablespooutuls molted butter, one table
spoonful white sugar, aud a dozen largo
ears of green corn; grato tho corn from
the cob; beat tho whites and yelks of
the eggs separately; put tho corn and
yelks together, stir hard, and add tho
butter, then the milk gradually, beat
ing all the while, next the sugar, and a
little salt, lastly the whites. Bako
slowly at first, covering the dish for an
hour; remove tho oovor and brown
Delicious Cucumber Preserves.
Gather young cucumbers, about tho
length of your middle linger, and lay
in strong brine one week ; wash and
soak them a day and night iu fair
water, changing this four times. Wipe,
and with a small knife slit them down
one side; dig out the seeds, stull' with'
a mixture of chopped raisins and
citron, sew up the slit with a lino
thread : weigh them and make a sirup,
allowing a pound of sugar to a pound
of I'tii'iimbor, and ono pint of water.
Heat to a boil, skim, and drop in the
fruit ; simmer half an hour; tako out
and spread upon a dish in tho sun,
whilo you boil down the sirup with a
few slices of ginger root added. When
thick put in the cucumbers again, sim
mer live minutes, aud put up in glass
jars, tying the in up when cold.
There is a mode of packing eggs by
which thoy may bo safely carriod auy
distance, aud over rough roads, with
out any damage. And there is another
mode by which half of them may bo
very easily broken. The secret lios in
solid packing, with an clastic material
between the layers. We have watched
many barrels of oggs opened without a
single broken one in them; and many
badly packed, which wo would not
have handled had they been given to us
for nothing. The propor modo of
packing, either in barrels, boxes, or
baskets, is to place lirst a layer of long
hav or straw three inches thick in tho
bottom. On this scatter an inch of
cut hav or straw, or chair of oats, or
whatever packing is used; then place
tho eggs on their sides, not touching
each otlior, and wlion tho layer is com
plete, spread ovor them anil between
tho cut stuff or ehatV two inches deep.
Press this down gently with a pioce of
board, and put another layer of eggs,
taking caro that thoy do" not touch
each other. Exchange.
Mr. Theodore It. Davis, who do
signed tho famous White Houso dinner
service, is engaged on a design for a
vase which is to bo called "America in
1881," with a sub-titlo of "Union and
Peace." Tlio panels and surfaces will
bo decorated with typical scones in tho
lifo of tho country from actual studios in
the urti&Vs wortfolio.
Tho Modern Cook.
What are somo of tho things that ov
ary cook who prepares a meal for auy
family ought to know? Unless tho
whole routine ol her work bo haphazard
and unreliable, sho should havo intelli
gent and well doilnod opinions concern
ing tho relations of food to physical
growth, so that sho can furnish that
which is tho best adapted to tho wholo
household, lit to build up healthful aud
symmetrical bodies for tho children as
well as tho maturo workers in tho family,
tlio nutriment necessary to keep irood
the balanco between supply aniT de
uiaud. Tho children should not fail to
develop properly on account of her ig
norance of their needs. Tho father
should never give out more vitality in
his strmrglo with tho world than she
can raitko good to him as sho prepares
his daily food. All this implies a prac
tical application of tho principles taught
iu physiology aud chemistry, as wollas
a knowlodj" of tho kind and tho qual
ity of nourishment stored in plants,
llesh, lish and fowl. Earth, air and sea
furnish hor with materials which she
must understand how to prepare, so
that it can be transformed into bono,
blood and muscle in such proportion
that each shall have its proper devel
opment. She must bo both too wise
and too humane to concoct any disli or
brew any drink that will induce dys
pepsia, headache or dullness.
Never until cook gives more time to
tho mastery of such studies will cook
ery tako its proper place among tho
sciences, iheso uouies ot ours aro ex
ceedingly complicated and delicate ma
chines, not to bo safely tampered with
by bungling. A blacksmith can un iur
tako with urcator impunity to inuk,o a
watch than an ignorant and untrained
housekeeper to build up, without
knowledge or skill, a symmetrical and
perfectly-developed human body, .And
when tho valuoof these bodies, not only
as physical organisms, but as related to
mental growth, is fully appreciated, 1 ho
work of tho skilled cook will rank vith
that of other groat scientists, and more
than that, with otlior groat philanthro
pists. It is not oxtravagant'to say that
tho progress of humanity toward tiue
Eorfection depends largely upon this
ranch of domestic economy. How
much thought and study aro given to
tho propor food for lino stock. Surlily
wo owo as much caro to our children as
to our herds. It is certainly truo that
just in proportion to tho advance of any
people in civilization will bo thu ud
vttnoo of caro and skill in tho prepara
tion of tho articles of food. It Is, there
fore, worthy of an absorbing study.
Health, mental vigor, virtuo and hap
piness are more closely dependent than
we aro apt to imagine on tho cook that
reigns in tho kitchen. Mrs. M. 11.
Welch, in College Quarterly.
Kimlly Treatment of Domestic Animals.
Nothing can bo more foolish than the
attempt to catch either a horse, cow,
pig, sheep or dog by running after it.
How many futile attempts to catch a
horso havo been made in pursuance of
the above method. How many times
has the horso, just as the hired man was
aoout to walk up to its head and at tho
point of catching it, made a sudden
wheel and shown tho brightness of its
allocs. At this juncture we havo seen a
littlo boy, who had never struck the j
horso with a whip, but who had given !
the animal many an apple in days gone I
by, stroking him and playing with him '.
at the time wo havo seen even this
littlo follow tako tho horse quietly by I
tlio loretop, ami together tlioy would
go to any desired point. Or perhaps a
hidy makes her appearance, in whom
tho horne recognizes a friend who has
frequently regaled him with a lump of
sugar, lie does not even wait for tho
lady to come to him; for ho goes to hor,
ami the simple lump of sugar will en
able his mistress to lead tho noble horso
to his stall, a task which all the chasing
and yelling of the hired man has failed
to accomplish. Tho intelligent animal
i attracted neither by tho personal ap
pearance nor tho tone of voice of tho
rough fellow who strives to rule by
Another individual attempts by run
ning and yelling to catch ids cow or
cows. Why do thoao naturally gentle
animals run away from him? 'Because
they remember full well that on former
occasions, when ho has succeeded in
catching them, a series tf blows from
somo heay cudgel has been their re
ward. Is there not some bettor way of
securing tho good w.ll of our herds and
in managing them as wo wish? There
is a hollow place on tho head of ovory
cow, just behind tho junction of tho
horns, which is commonly full of dust,
short hairs and tho liko, causing tho
animal an itching sensation. It is a
source of extreme pleasure to tlio cow
to have tho spot scratched and (since
from its location the animal herself
cannot reach it), hence, wlion her
keeper approaches her, either in tho
stable or in tho pasture, an era of good
feeling may at once bo established if
duo attention bo paid to scratching this
hollow spot. If, at your lirst ap
proach, the cow is a littlo shy, oiler her
from ono hand a nubbin of corn whilo
with tho other hand you gently scratch
tho particular spot in hor head men
tioned above. In a very short time,
whenever you go into thoir pasture, tho
whole herd will como to you to havo
thoir heads scratched, and you will soon
bo satislied that it is as easy to havo
thorn follow you as to resort'to driving
and loud noise. American Cultivator.
"Organ grinders aro allowed in tho
streets ot Chicago between the hours of
nino a. m. and nine p. m. only." A
man who demands more than twelve
hours of fitieh music ought to get em
ployment iu a boiler uho).ATorri$loivn
Kindness to Anininls.
It is a fact beyond dispute, as any
observing naturalist will alllrm, that
the closer tho relation botwoon animals
and man, tho more intelligent and do
cile will tho animal boconio. Upon tho
farm thoro is ovory reason vvliy ani
mals, and especially horses, should bo
treated, not as "dumb boasts," but as
intelligent creations of tho same lloing
who mailo their master. Tho Arabs,
who aro the most successful horso
trainors in tho world, appreciate tho
valuo of kindness, and by making thoir
horses equals in ono sense dwelling
with them in tho samo tent, bestowing
upon them almost tho samo lovo and
caresses as aro bestowed upon thoir
children, who aro allowed the colts for
playmates, tho Arabian horse has bo
conio tho most intelligent and easily
controlled of its race. It is not enough
to feed an animal and give it a coni
fortablo bed; it lias feolmgs as woll as
its master and can appreciate kindness.
It must bo uniform kindness, however;
a pot to-day and a kick to-morrow
aiiiountinir very nearly to continued
abuso at least, so far as tho horso's
temper is concerned. Manv a horse
has been injured, if not spoiled, by bo
ing placed in the caro of a half-grown
boy, whoso only indea of driving, and
showing his authority, seemed to bo
jerking at tho roius and veiling. Un
feeling or impatient hired help, also, do
much toward making ugly or 'tricky"
horses. An animal' treated with un
varying kindness will soon learn to havo
confidence in its master, and is there
fore more readily trained. In Belgium,
horses aro so well trained that thoy aro
guided almost wholly by word of mouth,
tho driver rolying upon the intelligence
of his horso rather than upon tho bit.
A Belgian plow-horso in an awkward
situation will obey readily as many as
livo separate and distinct orders, tho
single cheok-roin meanwhile remaining
attached to tho plow-haiullo, leaving
thu driver's hands free for the harder
task of guiding tho plow. This certain
ly illustrates tho ocouomy of having
trained animals for farm work. Thoro
is much in lindinjr out tho peculiarities
of a horse's disposition; ho may have
somo whims that it will pay to occa
sionally indulge. Make him feel your
friendship, treating him firmly but with
uniform kindness, showing that you arc
not only his master but friend, and ho
will return tho kindness with interest.
Charles 11. Dodge.
Tho American Consul at Aix la
Chapelle writes that as a result of tho
enormous wheat importations from
America, pure wheat bread, which two
years ago was considered a luxury in
the home of tlio Gorman laborer, has
now become an article of every day
Lightning struck a pine tree at tin.
head of Colvin's Creek, N. C, and kin
dled a firo that swept 7,000 acres of
land, destroying timber, crops and tur
pentine. Follow the example of treos keep
somo things in the shade. Syracuse
Cured of Drinking-.
" A young friend of inlno was cured of
an Insatiable thirst for liquor, which had ho
prostrated him that he was unable to do any
biiBlncsp. He was entirely cured by tho uso
of Hop Hitters. It ailaved all that burning
thirst; took awuy the appetite for liquor:
made his nerves stead,and he has remained
a sobor and steady man for more than two
years, and has no deslro to return to his
cups; 1 know of a number of others that
have been cured of drinking by It." From
a leading it. It. Ofllclal, Chicago, III. 7Wiiw.
Ikon Kyks, tho father of Bright Eyes,
has six wives. Did Editor Tibbies roalizo
when ho married how many mothers-in-law
ho wiib getting? Hontou J'oat.
1VII the Nick.
Thousands of lives aro destroyed by dis
eases of tho kidneys and liver. Kidney-Wort
would save them. Tell tho sick of it, and
that It Is for sale by all druggists In either
dry or liquid torm. London Jimen.
JOINi:h says that, after trying tor years
to photograph his girl upon his heart, all he
got from her in the end win a negative.
' I in:ri.Alir. I never was ho impressed in
my life with tho nohslmehi of Hies," ex
claimed the boarder t ills landlady, as a
couple of winged voj.igers embarked iu hi
soup-plate. "I do not understand you,
sir," sho added haughtily. "Well," lie
explained, "those two poor creatures un
doubtedly Mipposed that this stuff was thick
enough to (lout 'em."
1U)H Lnokiimim. say- that tho State Pris
on is full of "only children "
A i.uatv background, two noblo trees, a
hummock swingiiiL' beneath, and sin: on
whom your heart i fixed lazily swinging in
tho same, Is a very pretty picture, young
man, very protty, ami wo don't blame you
for being attracted b a miignet of Mich
wondrous power, lint ooiihlur if your
means will enable you to keep that picture
all j our days, or whether In the coming time
it will not bo supplanted by a chrome of a
wornout, Jaded woman fring doughnuts
over ahot lire in the middle of a hot Miinmer
day. The two picture- aro Intimately con
nected. yew IJiuin Id i ter.
A man must be mighty hard up
would climb Mount Wane for accent.
" Look hero, Unclf Mnxo, you nilKht to
Hhoot tlut iIok. Ho is ifvvlno tcr h.ib livdro
phobia, hiire," nitltl .Inn Webhtcr. I nclc
iMose, homuwliitt alaniifd, uskcil whitt wen
tho ByniptoiiH. "He .1111 afrnrtl to ilrlnK
wutor. Dnt 11111 11 certain hIkii." ,t(w(ty,
tool ulKKor! Von liuln't tlruiik no witter
yei'sef In do lubt ton j tars, mid you hain't
bit nobody yet. D001 o want 1110 to tako a
Kim and bhoot bofoof'jo bokaso yor don't
drink water." Tixat .Sitti,.
'o itooM was over initdo large enough to
hold both a fat man and a mosquito.
Am'IIOnhij Cahh, referring to food adul
terations In Franco, mice hald: If J
poison my grocer 1 hliall bo gent to tho pen!
tuutlary, but if ho jiolions mo ho aula oft
with .flu lino."
How to fleenre Ilenllh.
It seems strange nay ono whl Buffer from
derangements brought on by impure Mood,
wlion Bcovitxs' Bausai'xiiii.la. and Stillim
oia, or lii.ooo and LiVKii Sriivr, will rcstoro
health to tho .hylcnl onjntm.Htlon. It Is
pleasant to tkc, unil the Hkst Hi.oon Vtuti
riKU ever discovered, ourlnir Horoluln, Weak
ness of the Kldnovs, Kryslpelns, Malaria? nil
Nervous disorders, Debility, Hllloiis com
plaints and nil diseases of tlio Blood, Liver,
Kidneys, Stoinnch Bkln, etc. As ti health
renew er, It acts MKr. a oiiaum.
1)aki:ii's 1'ain I'anacka cures pain In Man
and lk-ivst. Uc externally mid Internally.
Dn. Hooeii's Vi:or.TAiu,i: Woiim Sviiup In
stantly disti'os worms and tumovus all tlio
Secretions which cause them.
I'llr mill SIomiiiIIop.
15c. box "Homrli on Kats" Keeps a house froo
from tiles, bed-bun, roaches, r.its, mice, ifco.
Faumkiis teamsters, don'tcxperlment, but
use Fmzor Axle Urease. It Is tho best.
HnoniNO's Kt'HHiA Sai.vk meets with won
derful success In all cases of skin diseases.
Ir nflltctcd with Bore Kyos, ufo Dr. Isaac
Tliomp.ou's Eye Water, Druggists sell It. B5c
M" T. 1)1! (Ml IXTAIi ACAUKMV, near Wheeling. T.
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It cure Illoatlnfr, tlfnilnclirn, Nerrous I'nmtrntlon,
(leneral Debility, BlecpIcr,no(w, Dvprvulon anil lm!l
That feeling of bearing Jnnn.cautlng aln, weight
and backaehe, It Mwaya criiianently cured by Itn 11 no.
It wll at all time and under all clrcunmtanrcn act In
barinonv with tho laws that Kotern the (rniMo nyntetn.
fortnecureor Kidney uomplaiuui or citncr mix thin
OomtHMind In unmirpwixod.
I.YIIIA K. PINK1
:HAM'8 VF.OF.TAIII.I: COM.
POUND U prepared at 233 and 33S Wcntorn Avoiuio.
Lynn, Man. lricot. BIx bottlei for $5. Bent by mall
In the form of ptlln, alx in tlio form of loienge, on
receipt of price, tt per box for either. Mr. I'lnkham
treoiyaniwer. ail letten of inquiry. Hend for pamph
let. Addrt'M aa abor Mention thli lijtr.
No family ihould bo without LYDIA K. l'lNKlIAIPS
IJVKH riLI.a. Tliry euro oorutipaUon. Ullouoiioaji
ul torpidity of U10 liver. 15 couu Dor box.
Bold bj MOKRISOX l'LinniKl; i CO., Chbgo, III.
FOR MAI.K 1IY miUdUINTl.
nerannoltnctaoti the MVKIl. ltOWKI.SI
aud KID.NKVS nt lliotnnm time.
leoauts lttolanmea the ay item of tho poijon-
I ou humor that dovelopo in Kidney and Ort
Inarr Dlaeara.Illllouineia, Jaundice, Conitl.
Ipatlon.rilei, or In Itboumatlem, Neuralgia,
INorvoua uliordeni and Fomalo uoinpiomu.
DEE W1IAT rUOPLB BAY I
Etlffene. II. Rtotk. of Junction City. ICana,l
1117, Kiuney.wui l vill en nun nicer 1 rguwr 1 ny
Iclan hud been trying forfouryeaiit.
Mr. John Arimtl.nr Wnnlilnaton. Ohio. ayl
I her hoy wn given up to din by four piomlnontl
ni7ieiniiaiiu iuai.110 uai aitcrwuiuieuruu
,, ,, n ., 1.. .. .,!... 1.. i. u.i .-- lil.
ayiho wniiiot ripeeted to live, lining liloatodl
ai. pi. ji. ,iiiuumii. mi ruiior 111 iiiiiiiimi. w.,
beyoiiuijuller, inn Kiiiney-fvoii,eiiieii nun.
Anna I Jariott of floutli Halctn, N, V ayn
that een yeai nirei lug f mm kidney trouble
and other ciiinplU'utiuliii uuj ended by tho lino of
Jnhn II. I nnrmirn of Jaeknn. Teiin.. ilTerrd
for yearfioiii liver aud lilduey tumble and
after tnklug ' Iphi rein of other medicine,"
Kidney woitmadulilm well.
iillTreil i'llit jruiH with kldiiev dlltlciilty audi
wo iinabla to woik. Kidney Woit mado him I
JUICIia"! uoio m piiilltKiiinrrT .eiurr. vv.,y
"woll a over "
ConRtlnatlon and Piles.
tWH Upilt up In Dry VegetHblci l'orm III I
tin cam, 011a packagoof nhleh inakialx iiuoru I
centrnteil, for tboio that, catmot rruillly pro-
or nipiiirini. Aisniii i.iniiiii rurm. irrTi,un-
tVltaeteteith equal rfflclcncv tn either form.
QET IT ATTII11 DllUaUISTS. I'UICK. )1.00
WKM.S, KICIIAItDSON A Co., I'rop'i,
I (Will end thadry pout-paid.) Ill' IIM.QTO.r, TT. I
ID A linnnd H'loiaentO-O. I). anywhere, Wliolrcmle
H Bi I II and Itotnll. l'rlco-IHtr. (loods gijaraa.
II HI II tied. ac.HTllKHI-lB7 Wuboiill av.Ulilcago.
iTS ". V'l elllng nn lelei m t lie. world : 1 H.tinpli! fret.
twrwZJ AiUlrcN.liy lli'ouon, Uetrolt, Mlcti.
THIS AUCCH MAetS.
v" 3rrgKwsrr , ., 3
srr prn hour.
scnh roR ca m. ocuc
A. W.MOPCANA nrr.
AOi:.NT WAXTKII for the licit and Fastest
Helling l'lriurlHl Iloukj nnd IIIIiIch. I'rluc reduced
Si per cent. National I'lilillalilng Cu., Chlciigu, 111
tnCllTC Coin money with Ir,
MUCll I O Kicelnt Koi.U. New
Newly icvlsed and cn
Puii. i fr..i. .1,. it
mrgt'd. liy mull, $J. Addreau Oliusu Tub g Co
A. N. K. "08
iritnx wmrrxfi to auvkktiskhs,
Vlettn.ii nun you gVH. (te .UUcfltitcutent
in thin vvcrs