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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1875.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
OFFICERS OF THE ALLEN CO. GRANGES.
COUXTY COUXCIL. POSTOTTICE.
ICCoppy, Master, Humboldt
AG Jones, Secretary JJ
BD Allen, County Agent, JoU
COVSTT RELIEF COMMITTEE.
James Faulkner, I. ...Iola
Bl) Allen, Iola
DEER CREEK GRAXOE.
J G Jordan, Secretary,
J Martin, Master Eliiabethtown
G L Smith, Secretary. Elizabetbtown
CRESCEXT VALLEY GRAXGE
J C Kelso, Secretary, Ilumboldt
ELM CREEK GRAXOE.
3 1, Arnold Master Iola
J Delaplain, Secretary, Iola
J W Donahoe, Master, Elsinore
Al stout, secretary, rasuiun:
I, C Manger, Master, Iola
S Young, secretary, Iola
, iXDOSTMAL GRAXGE.
Wiw st.nlev Master Iola
Alex straubeumuller. Secretary, , .Iola
Sallie Lackens, secretary.
J Y Young, Master, Jeddo
J T Spruul, Secretary, Jeddo
XEOSIIO VALLEY GRAXGE.
NHanktns, Master Iola
Jas Woodin, Secretary, Iola
MAPLE GROVE GRAXGE.
JAG Saley, Master Humboldt
EL Moore, Secretary Humboldt
W E HoTbrook, Master Geneva
C Knowlton, Secretary Geneva
K V Blair, Master, Odense
S V Wisborg, Secretary ,, Odense
ROCK HILL GRAXGE.
A Cosine, Master, ,
E Lowe, Secretary, , ,
01VL CREEK QRAXGE.
I C Cuppy, Master, . . , , ,
J Lansighot, Secretary,
limit rmb ltresibc.
In the GotWs Lady Bool "Recipes"
the following culinary couplets are well
calculated to make one hungry, while at
the same time they convey useful in
Always have Lobster sauce with salmon.
And put mint sauce your roasted lamb on.
Veal cutlets d ip in egg and bread crumb.
Fry till J oil see a brownish red come.
Grato Gruyeie cheese on macaroni;
Slake the top crisp, but not too bony.
In venison gravy, current Jelly,
Mix w'ih old port see Francalellt,
In dressing salad mindth's law,
With two hundred yolks use oje that's raw.
Roast ve.il with rich slock gravy serve,
And picked mushrooms, too, observe.
Coast iork, tant apple sauce, past doubt,
Is Ham'et with the Prince left out.
Your mutton-chops with paper cover.
And nuke them amber b.-own all over .
Broil lightly your beefsteak to fry it,
Argues contempt of Christian diet.
Kidneys a line flavor gain
By stewing them in good champagna.
Buy stall-fed pigeons; when you've got them,
The way to cook them is to pot them.
Woodgrouse are dry when grumps have marred
Before you roast 'em always lard 'em.
To roast spring chickens is to spoil 'em
Just split 'em down the back and broil 'em.
It gives true epierres the vjpors
Tosee boiled muiton minus capers.
Boiled turkeys, gourmands know, of course,
Is exquisite with celery sauce.
The cook deserves a hearty cuffing,
Who serves roast fowls with tasteless stuffing.
Smelts require ejgs and biscu't powder
Don't put fat poik in your clam chowder.
Egg sauce few make it right, alas!
Is good with blueQsh or with bass.
, Nice oyster sauce gives zest to cod
A flsh, when fi-esh, to least a god.
Shail, stuffed and baked, is most delicious;
TwouM have electrided Apicius.
Hoisted in paste a haunch of mutton
Might make ascetics play the glutton.
But one might rhyme for weeks this way,
And still have lots of things to say.
And so I'll close, fur, reader mind,
Thiols about the hour Idine.
How to Can Corn.
'Mrs. Emma Moody, Lady Assistant
Steward, Mt. Vernon, Ind., Grange com
municates to the Hoosicr Patron the fol
lowing plan for canning corn :
1. Get the best sweet corn, scald it on
the ear and cat it off while hot, put a
pan orer a kettle of boiling water, to
keck it hot until you get enough to fill a
can. Have some weak brine boiling in
a porcelain kettle. Fill your can within
an inch of the top with corn ; cover the
bottom with brine, leaving room for it
to swell, seal the can while boiling hot.
2. Dissolve one and one-fourth ounces
of tartaric acid in one half pint of water,
cut the corn lrom the cob; put it in a
vessel over the fire and bring toa boiling
point-; to each pint of corn allow one ta
blcspoonful of the solution. Boil one
half hour, stirring occasionally, then put
the corn in quart fans and seal tightly.
When wanted for use, put the corn into
a bowl and stir in two thirds of a tea
spoonful of coda to each qnart of corn.
Let it stand one hour before cooking.
3. Cut the corn off the cob and pack
closely in quart cans.; then solder so that
every particle of air is excluded; set the
cans in a kettle of cold water and bring
to boil,; let the. corn boil two and a half
hours in this sized cans (larger cans will
require more time); when done, pour
cold water into the kettle to cool the cans
and enable you to remove them carefully.
Protection to Sheep.
It is requested on behalf of Fayett
County Council, that all Kentucky ex
changes not opposed to the views ex
pressed in the following preamble and
resolutions will copy them, and the gran
ges in every part of the state take action
in the matter.
The committee to whom was referred
the matter of the protection of sheep from
dogs, have had the same under consider
ation, and beg leave to report as fellows:
There is nothing which brings a surer
and better return to our farmers than
lambs for the early market.- With our
fertile soil, fine grass and favorable cli
mate, we can always have our lambs in
the market in advance of the western
What better could we desire than $4.50
for lambs from ewes which cost $3 the
August previous? Nor is there much
danger that the market will not continue;
on the contrary it is constantly increas
ing as it seems that this is the best and
healthiest food. But our farmers are de
terred from this business by the vast de
struction of sheep by dogs, and the con-
stant apprehension of los.ses from this
source. The attention of the legislature
has often been called to this matter, but
no adequate remedy has yet been de
vised. The seriousness of the grievances
to the farmer does not seem to have been
felt or appreciated by the legislature.
The grangers are now in a position to
make their wishes known, and to demand
adequate legislation on the subject.
We know that the actual losses from
the destruction of sheep by dogs is enor
mous, and we know further that this
business would be greatly increased in
Kentucky if there were any security
from such destruction. Not only on our
costly lands, but on the rolling and hill
lands throughout the state, this business
would be rendered most remunerative.
The grangers of this State then can do
no greater or better work than to secure
the passage of such a law as shall effec
tually relieve us from tbe depredations
of worthless dogs, and shall make sheep
husbandry a safe as it is sure to be a
profitable business. To this end, be it
Resolved, that the chair do appoint a
committee of members, who shall
have their expenses paid, and shall wait
on the next legislature and secure, if
possible, the passage of such a law as shall
effectually protect sheep from destruc
tion by dogs.
Resolved further. That the secretary
shall cause this report to be publfced in
the newspapers, and have also a printed
circular thereof, which he shall send to
the various county councils and granges
in the state, requesting their co-operation
with us in this matter, and requesting
them to notify this council of their ac
tion in the premises. Lexington Home
A warning te Widotvcrs.
The Toronto National says: "The
Hamilton Spectator chronicles the ap
pearance of a specter at Grimsby. The
haunted man was a widower -known as
Old Kitchen, whose deceased wife had,
before her death, a year ago, threatened
to haunt him if he ever had anything to
do with another woman. He promised
to comply with her wishes, and kept his
word until oeliort time since, when in
company with a man named Taylor, he
drove to Smithville to visit a couple of
young ladies. On his return home, late
at night, Kitchen became very uneasy,
his agitation increasing as they ap
proached an old church, in the graveyard
attached to which his wife was buried.
When opposite the spot "the white-robed
form of a woman was seen to rise from
the graveyard and float through the air
toward them.' Kitchen screamed out in
an agony of terror, tbe horse gave vent
to a wild snort of fear, and ran down the
mountain at breakneck speed, and the
apparition continued to follow them,
floating through the atmosphere in terri
ble proximity to the faithless widower.
The other man states that it 'looked like
the corpse of a woman with dead clothes
on. The iace was quite dead and ex
pressionless, and the eyes were closed ;
one hand was extended toward Kitchen,
almost touching his head, and the other
pointing toward Smithville.' Finally
the buggy was smashed against a tree
and the occupants thrown out, and when
they recovered from the fall the ghost
Hnngarian Oarss For Cows.
The following is the testimony of Dr.
Loring respecting Hungarian grasses : I
believel can make more milk with this
grass, cut and mixed with cornmeal and
shorts, than I can with the best timothy
bay cut and mixed in the same manner.
And when you remember that you can
raise on ordinary land, by sowing the
seed of Hungarian grass late in June,
from two and a half to three and a half
ions of good fodder to the acre, and that
this crop can be sown after we have as
certained whether we are to have a good
crop of hay or not, you will see the value
of the grass. I have such a high opin
ion of it that on my farm I have this
yearand last year raised from 75 to 100
tons of it for the purpose of feeding to
my milch cows during the winter.
In France, tbe gardeners cut off the
stems of the tomato plants down to the
first cluster of flowers which appera on
them, thus impelling the sap into the
buds below the cluster, which push up
vigorously, producing another cluster.
When these appear, the branch to which
they belong is topped down to their bud
and this is done five times successively.
By this means the plants become stout
dwarf bushes not over eighteen inches
high, and they are kept erect in ihe
rows by sticks or strings. This treatment
-produces fruit which ripen early and is
The Improved Poultry.
It is now pretty generally admitted by
most western fanners that the improved
poultry pays as well in proportion as
the improved breeds of hogs or sheep
that is on general principles. Of course
the great mass of poultry is raised and
sold by tbe farmers. The car loads of
poultry and eggs shipped from all over
the west, come from the farmers, ana
since the introduction of the improved
breeds, the supply is rapidly increasing.
No farmer can long afford to raise the
common chickens. If you can't have all
full bloods, get a thoroughbred rooster,
either a Cochin or a Brahma, and you
will be so pleased with the cross, that
you will soon wort into tun diouus.
They mature quicker, grow larger, sell
for more money, lay more eggs but re
quire a little more care, with warm,
clean food, not too much corn; eggs may
be had all winter as well as summer.
Enterprising farmers who havo not al
ready got the improved breeds of poul
try on their farms should now prepare
suitable quarters for a few of these popu
lar and profitable pets, for you will be
sure to get the poultry fever if' you at
tend the fall fairs; but when you get the
improved breed, don't try to get fancy
prices until you propose going regularly
into it, and take five or ten years to learn
how to breed them successfully, and get
a reputation as an experienced breeder.
It will pay better to leave that alone to
the professional breeders, but as farmers
to raiso poultry and eggs to sell. But
you don't like to kill these fine chickens;
only keep out the best of them for breed
ing, and sell them just as you did the
others, and you will find it will pay you
one hundred per cent, better to raise the
improved breeds of poultry for market,'
than the old barn-yard variety.
Cheap Shelter For Stock.
Editor Rural World: Now is a
good time to begin to think of preparing
shelter for vour stock. They will need
it next winter when the cold northwest-
era come, bringing snow, sleet and rain ;
tbese make our stock feel very uncom- f-
fortablc. A good and cheap shelter for
stock, especially sheep, may be made by
putting forks into the ground, and lay
ing on poles and covering with corn
stalks, always having it face to the south
and east. On the north and west rick
up your fodder and stack your hay.
This will be a good wind-break. Such
shelters cast but little and arc worth
very much. Many farmers that know
the value of shelter are often deterred
from making them, because they don't
have time and means at hand to put up
nice sheds and barns, thinking that by
next year they will certainly be able to
get up shed?, and thus their sheep and
cattle are suffered to stand out in the
cold every winter. Try it yourself next
winter, and sec how much it will pay
you on the investment. Two or three
days and a few loads of stalks (fodder)
will not cost much anyway. The time
for cutting up corn will soon be here.
Don't forget it. If you think stock
don't need shelter, just go out next win
ter into your feed lot, when there is
neither tree nor climb, and ttand facing
a northwester for an hour or two. Its a
very convincing argument and one that
is sure to make aniinpre-vsion. Think
about it now and act accordingly.
L., Linn Creek, Afo.
A gentleman, anxious to ntccrtaiu the
effect of transplanting by night, instead
of day, made an experiment with the
following results : He transplanted ten
cherry trees while in the bloom, com
mencing at four o'clock in the morning.
Those transplanted during the daylight
shed their blossoms, producing little or
no fruit, while those planted in the dark
maintained their condition fully. He
did the same with ten dwarf trees, after
the fruit was one-third grown, Tho?e
transplanted during the day shed their
fruit; those transplanted during the
night perfected their crop, and showed
no injury from having been removed.
With each of these trees he removed
some earth with the roots. The incident
is fully vouched for, and if a few more
similar experiments produce a like re
sult it will be a strong argument to hor
ticulturists, etc., to do such work at
night. Rural American.
The Mormons of Utah have started a
new cherry. It is across between the
cherry and the "wild plumb produced a
dwarf tree with willowy branches. The
fruit approaches the size of a plumb, but
retaining the distinct shape of the cher
ry. The taste is a combination of both
the plumb and the cherry. It is very
prolific and trees a year old are full of
fruit. Mr. J. E. Johnson who writes
about it, says that the best plan for mak
ing a well shaped tree is to bud it into
the limbs of a two or three year old peach
tree, about four feet from the ground,
and then clip in the limbs, so that they
will not reach the eround when loaded
with fruit. So says an exchange.
A simple, yet yery effectual remedy to
heal the poison ot ivy can be lounu in a
solution of copperas water, applied by
immersing the wounded part into it. or
by bandaging it with cloths dipped in it,
and wet as often as they become dry.
Make the copperas solution by turning
boiling water upon the green crystals,
and let the water take up all that it
will; then pour off from the sediment
into a bowl, and dip the hands or feet
into it Great relief will be experienced
in even a few hours, and repeated appli
cations will never fail to complete the
enre. The same remedy will apply to
poisoning by oak -and sumac.
"Silver threads among the gold," re
marked a dry goods clerk as he drew a
gray hair from the plate of highly-colored.
butter at hi? bparding-housc -table the
STATE OF KANSAS, Jet,
Coltitt or Aiaix. l""'
In theDUtriet Court TthSudicial District within
and for Allen county, Kansas.
Michael H. Moore Plaintiff, )
Elizabeth Berry, Defendant. )
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed and
issued out of tbe 7th Judicial District Court
In and for Alien county, Kansas, in tneabow
eniuieu cause, 1 wiu on
Tuesday, October 19th, A. D.. 1875.
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said ilar. at the front door
of tbe court house of Allen count), in the city of
loia. nansas, uuer lor saie at puuiic auction lo
the highest and best bidder for cash in hand tbe
following described real estate, to-wit:
The west half and north-east quarter of tbe
soutn-west quarter oi seeiion eiguteen (is) in
township twenty-four (21) south of range eighteen
(IS) east, in Allen county, Kansas.
Said real estate to be sold without appraisement
to satisfy said order of sale.
sheriff's otUce, Iola, Sept. 13th, lxTT..
J. L. WOODIX,
38 Sw Sheriff Allen county, Kans.
Ar i. iftnn ite:
lierday. Agents wanted All classes
M U OZU f working
of working lieople of both sexes.
j ouiig and old make more money at work fur us
m their own localities, during thfir spare mo
ments, or all the time, man at anything el.e.
We offer employment that will pay tundsomely
for even-hour's work. FuU particulars, terms,
r.. sent free. Send us -tour address at once.
Don't delay. Now is the time. Don't look for
work or business eW-vherc until you have learn
ed what we oiler. G. stiov.V Co-,
3 lyr Portland, Maine.
Agoztts 'Wanted to Sell
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it. You will ner regret it.
WOULD NOT BE WITHOUT
FOR TEN TIMES ITS COST.
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in its favor. I believe it to be not only of great
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of diseases peculiar to tbe spring ami summer
I would not be without it for ten times its cost.
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the Craftsmen's Life Assurance Company, No.
43 Sears building, Boston, Mass.
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of his had taken them without effect. On being
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inquired and found his patient had not been taking
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What happened this physician may nave hap
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pare Oil in tne Dent ana raeaprst iorm.
DUNDAS DICK CO. use more Oil. or San
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OIL OF SANDALWOOD is fast superceding ev
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1S73. As follows: To tbe getter up of the
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7th largest club 50.00 in gold coin
Sth largest club 25.00 In gold coin.
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uu no on 10 ine ixmi largest ciuo.
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