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USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
Keep ft cup of powdered borax on
your Wiishstnndf'ittwilUdo wonders in
tho way of softening the kin. If you
liavc been working in tho gnrtlon, or do
inir tliinjrs about tho holiso which havo
tended to tnnko your hands rough, when
tlliftrtlft 4 It it -. !. a m J! - -- X . i I.
uu wium mum mil juttr unguis ill wio
iorax, and rub your hands well with it.
iV. l . t'ost.
Pork fritters can bo niado in tho
following manner: Have at hand a thick
baiter of Indian meal and Hour; cut a
few slices of pork and fry them in tho
frying-pan until the fat is fried out; cut
a few more slices of tho pork, dip them
in tho batter and drop them in the bub
bling fat, seasoning with salt and pep
per; cook until light brown, nnd eat
while hot. Chicago Herald,
Velvet Cako: One pound of sugar,
half a pound of butter, one pound of
Hour, one pint of ice water, four eggs,
two tewpoonfuls of baking-powder,
sifted well with tho Hour. Uako in
jelly-eako pans, and spread icing and
grated coeoanut between tho layers.
Pastry cream may bo used with tho co
eoanut instead of tho icing. Or it may
bo tlavored delicately with orange, and
put togcthor with orange inarma
ladoi It may also bo baked in a loaf.
Thiar-eako is excellent, and is suscopt
iblo of as many variations as you h.avo
originality anil good taste to bring it to.
. In cleaning matting, wash twice
during tho summer with salt and water,
a pint of salt to half a pailful of warm
soft water; dry quickly with a clean
soft cloth. Treated in this way, tho
matting will not grow yellow. Or, if
preferred, apply a thin coat of varnish
to the matting. That will make it more
durable, and greatly improve its ap
pearance. If varnished it will not need
washing. Now and then wipe witli a
wet cloth and dry quickly. Use white
varnish on tho white matting. Ho sure
and have thevatnish thin or the mat
ting will crack. Indianapolis Journal.
An old farmer writes to tho Country
Qcntlrman as follows: "Tho value of
corn hu-ks in tho art is much greater
than that realized by the generality of
farmers in feuding, although as a fodder
I consider them worth as much per
iioiimi as tho average hay for cattle.
J'liey are used for a variety of purposes.
If our farmers would pick the corn from
tho stalks, husks and all, they then
could safely house it in good weather
and pull tho husks under cover, thus
saving them by themselves, either for
sale or other purposes, as desired. Tho
busking could be done at times when
out-of-door husking would bo very disa
greeable or impracticable. Good, clean
corn husks are sometimes sold to up
holsterers at high prices, and are always
in demand by them."
Too Tnany papers arc repeating, in
rather a glorifying spirit, tho stories of
enormoujj farms in Minnesota, Dakota,
Texas and California. These cases are
evidently held up as oxamplos worthy
of other men of largo capital to follow.
AnuL yet the largo farm businoss is a
curso in many wa, s to any country. A
certain number of men aro absolutely
necessary for tho cultivation of a cortain
number of acres. They must bo either
owners or hired laborers. And the
greater tho number of hired laborers
congregated without tho salutary in
fluence of tho family relation, tho worse
the state of socioty. It would be far
better for the prosperity, for tho morals
and intelligence of tho country if tho
farms which occupy a township or moro,
hud one hundred and fourty-four inde
pendent families, each owning and cul
vating ono hundred and sixty acres.
With hired agents or overseers to direct
and manage one hundred and fifty
hands to cultivate these largo domains,
the tendency is more or less towards
serfdom or servitude.
When our editors aro parading these
large farms at least monthly before
their readers why do not they hunt up
tho history of such farming as practiced
in ancient times, :is managed in tho
South in the das of s'avorv, or even in
California in tho timesof Chinese labor?
In large farms is involved all the trouble
in Ireland. And tho whole history of
large estates shows that t ho tendency
has been to oppression and aristocracy
on the part of tho owners, and to culti
vating sentiments of communism on
the part of those who do tho work on
the farms, either as hired hands or
We aro informed by historians that
Cyrus, who, if ho had lived in theso
days, would have been called a great
General, was also a groat fanner. On
his landed possessions ho had JJO.OUO
horses. -10, Out) cattle (and nono of them
Short-horns or Jerseys), 200,01)0 sheep,
15,01)0 asses, anil, as a natural conse
quence. 25,000 slaves. And Ninirod
must have beon a larger farmer, or ho
had a -mall number of pens, for wo aro
informed that Ninus, his son, inherited
from him 120.000 cattle, 11,000 slaves,
and GOO.OOO.OOO in clean cash as a
working capital. And et under these
statements wo aro informed that tho
old farmer and King Cmsus, was very
rich in comparison to the formor cases.
The large farm system formerly in op
eration on tho steppes of Russia', or the
larger farms which aro rapidly increas
ing in this country, are tending to cramp
and degrade the working population.
Tho man who tills tho soil ought to own
it, which tends to tho establishment of
the most intelligent and independent
population. Wo rather favor a Govern
ment plan of discouraging largo farms,
such as has beon put in operation in
I'onus.Uvania, and as has been recom
mended to induce owners to divido and
sell their largo estates in California.
This is by exempting from taxation in
part snialWnrms, ami adding it to larger
ones in" proportion to tho sizo. Iowa
Tho Increasing Cost of Living.
Wo aro of greater intellectual and
moral staturo than our fathers; and our
children will bo tailor than ourselves.
Tho augmented tastes, desires and em
ployments, which mako us so different
from our rudo sires, entail an oxponso
that has to bo mot by all but tho lowest
among us. Incroaso of income, montal
or monetary, is followed by a superior
stylo of living. Tho artisan promoted
to a forcmanship leaves a poor dwelling
for a better; tho foreman risen to n
successful employer goes into a higher
social region. 'So Tn like manner, a
nation like our own, under tho persistent
lovorago of thrift, ascends en masse in
tho scalo of being. Gurth, tho swine
herd, lived in a condition but littlo re
moved from that of tho beasts
ho herded. Gurth' s present descendant
is housed moro comfortably than
Ccdrio was, and is much moro lord
of his person and fortuno than was
the Saxon thane. Tho rising tido
of British and other capital lias
elevated Gurth, Jr., to tho position ho
enjoys. Ho llnds, however, that his ac
cessions of dignity, right and freedom
havo to bo paid for. Hence tho in
creased cost of tho workman's house
hold. Whilo wasteful ostentation is
disappearing among patricians, and
millionaires aro rebuked for thrusting
their metallic superiority under our
noses, the toilers of tho Holds, tho forgo
and tho factory aro compelled to live in
a stylo never known to the sons of labor
before. Dignity needs substanco for its
manifestation; thus tho workman de
mands wages adcqttato to his exalted
sphere, llouso rents increase, food is
dearer, education is a growing tax,
amusements and holidays dip ueojior
into our pockets. Limited incomo fre
quently means unlimited anxiety in
making both ends meet. Tho prcssuro
of obdurate, circumstances compels fur
ther economy, or further efforts to in
crease income, and whichovor mode of
relief is sought, tho result is to augment
capital. Chambers' Journal.
Mr. Mackay, tho millionaire, was
mentioned in a story that went tho
rounds of the press somo weeks ago as a
very ungrateful man. The gist of tho
story was that an old fellow who had
befriended Mackay, the boy, is now al
lowed by Mackay, tho man, to end his
days in the Ulster County (Now York)
alms-houso. Mr. Mackay rises to say
that he never saw or hoard of tho alms
house porson, never was in Shankaden,
as tho story has it, anil never was
helped to an education. When about
twenty-ono years of ago ho found him
self an uneducated youth at work as a
laborer in the mines of Sierra County,
California, and since then his days havo
been passed on tho Pacific Coast. Chi
William Gaylord Gordon, aged 115
died recently near Mount Giload, O.
He was a confirmed slave to tobacco,
which habit no doubt hastened his death.
Tho quarrying interest in East Ten
nosseo has doubled within tho last sovon
ii m m
A Sad Fa of.
There Is no cure for consumption, nnd yet
consumption of lungs, liver or kldnoys may
bo checked nnd tlie decay arrested by using
Dr. Guyeott's Yellow Dock and Sarsnpnrllla.
It strengthens every organ of life and restores
all lost or Impaired organic functions to their
normal condition. A single bottlo will con
vince you of its great merit.
A man recently returned from Cheyenne
Btiys It is dangerous to keep tho mouth open
there The high winds are liable to blow tho
roof oil. Laramie Boomerang.
Mu. Ci.dmkns Kkowlton. of Falmouth,
Ky., writes: "I was quite an invalid, alllicted
with a complication of diseases that showed a
tendency to weaken and exhaust my brain and
nervous system. I found myself quickly cured
by using a bottlo of Dr. Gnyeott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparillu. It has given perfect
tono and real strength to every part of my
body, and my blood is free from all impurity."
'SanFiuncisco Is clamoring for brass
bands in church." Extreme measures must
be taken to keep San Francisco pcoplo awake,
evidently. Chicago Times.
Advlco to Conmimptlves.
On the apparance of tho first symptoms as
general debility, loss of appetite, pallor, chilly
ensatlons, followed by nigh t-sweuts and cough
prompt measures for relief should bo taken.
Consumption is scrofulous disease of tho lungs
therefore use the great anti-8crofula,or blood
puriller and strength-restorer Dr. l'lerco's
"Golden .Medical Discovery." Superior toCod
liver oil as a nutritive, and unsurpassed as a pec
toral. For weak lungs, spitting of blood, and
kindred affections, it has no equal. Sold by
druggists tho world over. For Dr. Pierce's
pamphlet on Consumption, send two stamps
tO WOIlLIl'S Dlsi'KNSAUV MEDICAL ASSOCIA
TION, Buffalo. N. Y.
Tun wedding of two pcoplo who havo been
married before is naturally a re-church-y
On My Hr.Anl Sick headache, nervous
hcadacho, neuralgia, nervousness, paralysis,
dyspepsia, sleeplessness, and brain diseases,
positively cured by Dr. Benson's Celery and
Chamomile- Fills. They contain no opium,
aulnine, or other harmful drug. Sold by
ruggists. l'rlce, CO cents per box, two boxes
for 1, sir boxes for $2.50, by mall by Dr. C.
W. Ucusou, Baltimore, Md.
Tiik circus performer is the esthete of the
! period now, for hols in tents most of tho time.
Tho term hydra may bo used to represent
any manifold evil. If you would battle suc
cessfully with this many-headed monster of
disease you will And It expedient tokeop Mrs.
Finkham's Vegetable Compouud always at
baud. Dr. Banning.
Mit. RKnnnrFKU lives iu Morton, Fa. Gall
.in. iw.wiit.cci.il tivus iu .uunuu, i a. tun
ing a man Hcdheffcr sounds very much like a
JSr The wonders of modem chemistry aro
apparent In tho beautiful Diamond Dyes. All
kinds und colors of Ink can b inado from
thorn. Try them.
If a hotel Is built In four flats, what key is
necessary to open It? Musical Jlerald.
Iff afflicted with Soro Eyes, uso Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. 25c.
Thy tho new brand, "Spring Tobacco."
A ctmious Incident occurred at Farls tho
other day. A couplo had cume to bo tnnrrled,
and the Mayor, having completed tho cero
inony, was proceeding to read tho regulations
from tho Codo on Civil Mnrrjago, when tho
bridegroom, interrupting, said: "Pardon,
M. lo Malro, but I think, now that we arc
really wedded, it is needless to read us about
tho law of marriage. Pray let us hear tho
details of tho now divorce bill; that will bo
much moro practical." Figaro.
It lias become so common to wrlto the be
ginning of an elegant, interesting artlclo and
thon run it into somo advertisement that wo
avoid all such cheats and simidy callnttontlon
to tho merits of Hop Bitters in as plain, hon
est terms as possible, to Induco pcoplo to glvo
them ono trial, as no ono who knows their
value will over uso anything clK .Providence
Tub hair of a Providence girl Is so full ot
electricity that when sho coinbs It tho crack
ing is ns loud as tho snap of a whip. Shock
lug, Isn't Itl Lowell Citizen.
Tho iVenkor Sex
aro immensely strengthened by tho uso of Dr.
It. V. Plorco's " Favorite Prescription," which
cures all female derangements, and gives tono
to tho system. Sold by druggists.
An English physician says a man can stop a
fit of sneezing bv crawling down stairs head
first. Almost anything can bo cured that way
if the stairs are steep enough.
Youno and inlddle-ngcd men, suffering from
norvous debility and kindred affections, as
loss of memory and hypochondria, should In
close three stamps for Part VII. of World's
Dispensary Dituo Scries of pamphlets. Ad
dress WOHLO'8 DlSl'KNSAUT MEDICAL ASSO
CIATION, Buffalo, N. Y. ,
Tur.T raise nothing but foreigners In tho
Castlo Garden at Now York.
Fues, roaches, ants, bed-hugs, rats, mice,
crows, cleared out by "Hough on Rats." 15c.
Tub ball comes through tho crack "of tho
rifle. Boston Transcript.
A BOTTLF. Of WAKEFIELD'S BLACKnEltUT
Balsam, costing thirty-llvo cents, will effect
ually euro the worst case of Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, or Flux. It has becomo so popular that
It is almost a legal tender In tho Mississippi
Valley where it has been in uso for tho past
thirty-Seven years. It can bo had at tho Drug
Tun green turtles aro thoso that allow
themselves to bo picked up on tho beach.
Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Bcncwcr" ro
etores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. $1.
When a dead fly works his cold and rigid
remains on a nearsighted man as a dried cur
rant In a rlco pudding, he calls It current hu
mor. Burlington Ifawkeye.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will
send Dr. Dye's celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Appliances, on trial for thirty days,
to men (young or old) who aro alllicted with
nervous debility, lost vitality and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing com pi u to restoration
of vitality and manhood. Address as abovo.
N. B. No risk is incurred, as thirty days
trial is allowed.
A man that is dead broko can't bo any
, Sold everywhere 1b Frazcr's Ax .T Grease.
Superior to all others. Try It antVlio hnpr)J.
Irwn nM'iei'oh womsiu who cxclalnud,
holding "up a gins of sparkling fienh water:
"Ah! If it !.- only uleked to drink this,
how nice it would t'lste!"
It Is a cold mouth when something doesn't
happen to make Victor Hugo declare that the
planets shudder with Joy or throb with agony.
In "refusing to purehaso his wife a $4 bam
boo easel, the wretch of ii husband accused
the partner of his bosom ot trying to bamboo
easel him. Lowell Courier.
On the question of the next potato crop the
tycs have it. Lowdl Courier. On thequestiou
of the onion crop tho nose will have It. Box
ton Advertiser. .
A Chicago woman couldn't tell another
woman walking on the street ahead other that
she was In danger of filling bricks because
they hadn't been introduced, you see. Nor
Time; midnight. She "George, aro you
going to exhibit In tfic dog-show 1" lie "No;
why!" She "You are such a lemarkably
flue setter." Exit young man. Chicago
Fitor. Bai.t. now estimates the age of the
world at 4, 000,000 years, but It is only within
the last five years that u man dared wrile
'.' Ilou." before hla uuino after presiding at a
ward caucus. lhlroil Free J'rcsi.
A Connecticut man aged seventy-four, and
once worth $15,000, bus been ai rested for
stealing eight cents' worth of spruce lumber.
Poor old man ! Not enough left to pay for hie
board. Louhvllle Courier-Journal.
"AN honest man's Hie noblest work of God.
Nothing Is said about an lioncut woman, be
cause she Isn't such an astounding variety.
An Iowa man In Chicago was In great luck
the other day. He procured a llcciii-o to get
married, but was arrested and taken to Iowa
before he could molt. Chicago .cieu
- - .
Musical Maiden: "I hope I am not borln.
you, playing bo much?" En.unoied Youih:
'Oh, no! Pray go on! I -I'd so much 60onei
Lear ",ou plav than talk."' Punch.
Frank & Jesse
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Employment for Latlios.
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tyI.TTii B. llNKiiin's I.trim Pius cure Consttpo
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Cured my dnughter of epilepsy.
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I ! ff wustotlmo. Scud for circular.
10 ll). ootl Itlnck or mixed, for $1,
10 11. l'lno Mingle or Hllxod, for 8i!.
10 lbH. Choice IIIacltorlTIIxud, lor $3.
Bend for pound sample, 17 rt. citra for postage.
Then get up a club Choicest Tc In the. world.
Largest variety -llce ivrrybody.-U dest lea
llouso In America. -So rhromo .So Jlumbug.
Blralght business -Value for money.
11011' I W KLI.S, 13 Vesey St.,..l., l'.O. Ilox 1287.
IWW,'0 OX 111 II.1M.M1, IMIXTIXO,
JUUJVn I), "uraling i e I' r "M., eighty psgt
Illustrated C.itiiluijue Aildr si nelolng tliri-o.'l-real
staiuis Wm T CjMST.r1 Aslur PIbu' NeworlC
Hiiltlt Cined In lO
.No pay till ( lireil.
reieruicts fruin persons cured.
6 wiiLwiNP VH.Nrwrc4 -J WIIAIl OUT,
Cfr T by Watrhtnakrrii. Jty tnnll, UctH. Circulni
OVIjU i-1u:k. j h. iui.ch k co., aHiioyHt.. n,:
I''ir luimnhlets ties crib's
til. gnut Uuiuis Ctoo.
'm llullinil Atttirhmfnt
write TIIK API. TM AN A. TAVLull CO . Manslleld, O.
tA MONTH-AGENTS WANTE0-oi't
1 Ik 1 1 lllni n rf LPIen f m ! hi tfnrbl I at it tnnlrs fs
fJVrWCJ'AdJri.s .Juy llruiismi, Detroit, Mich.
(CI. 'On pertlaynt hmiie StinipleH worth gf
43 VO ZU free. AJilrenanNsus kCu., Puttland.Mo.
A MONTH and board In your county. Men
ir Ladles Pleasant busluiss. Address
P W .IKdLKllit'o . UuxtM, Chicago, 111.
voled. American behool oT Telegraphy. Madison, Wis.
A WEEK In jour own town. Terms and
IG outntfteo, Addf s U.IUllutt it CoPortluiid,M
-v3r- jf Forlltislnesant tho l
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Oldest & Ttevt
lalo li Itotall. Price list" free flood guaran
itoixl. U.O.BTBKHL.157 Wabah.avChlcago,
1t7nS lVitnjtt bnnt n t 1. nnvivlinni Itt.nla
ff7Q A WEEK. $12 a day at homo easily inado
4) 1 tjCostly outfit free. AddrowTruu k Co, AugusU, Me
A DAY. llnwtovutke U. Komelltlng Non Toi
A. N. K.
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