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PuBE milk condensed to one-third will
remain sweet from five to ten days in
TEMPER in animals is hereditary as
well as in man; it is not desirable to
breed from a vicious sire.
Ma. ADAu ScoTT, a prominent Maine
sheep-breeder, last winter fed 330
wethers, and to discern how rapidly they
were gaining in flesh secured two which
he weighed every month. On the '12th
of January they weighed respectively
120 and 136 pounds, and continued to
gain steadily up to the 12th of Aril,
when they weighed 150 and 170. The~y
were fed one and one-fourth pounds of
corn daily with all the hay they could
eat. The total cost for feed being
estimated at seventeen cents per mouth
-an increase of about twenty cents per
month for each sheep over the value of
A REASON for the application of salt as
a fertilizer for growing crops is that it
contains both soda and chlorine. Nearly
all plants contain these substances to
some extent, and neel to be supplied;
some plants contain more than others,
as, for instance, white clover contains
five pounds of soda and two pounds of
chlorine in 1,000 pounds; beets, cabbage,
and turnips contain from four to six
pounds in 1,000; tobacco contains seven
pounds of soda and nine pounds of
chlorine; beet seeds contain eight pounds
of soda and five pounds of chlorine, and
all these are greatly bonefitted by an ap
plication of salt.
TREES should be generally set the
same depth that, they previously stood
in the soil, allowing an inch or two more
or less for the settling of the newly
stirred earth. On heavy soils they will
be more injured by being planted too
deep, than on those of a light sandy, or
gravelly nature, and where greater depth
is needed to preveut the effects of
drought. On lands inclining to be wet,
settig trees upon the surface, and rais
ing the earth upon the roots is a mode
that has some advantages, among which
are the greater depth of soil thus made
and the prevention of water settling
among the roots.
T HE raising of cattle, sheep and ponltry
for the supply of our village and city
markets is every day becoming a matter
more deserving of the attention of the
agricultural community. The demand is
becoming more and more difficult to sup
ply, as larger quantities and finer quali
ties are being continually sought after.
As raising supplies of beef, mutton, veal,
lamb and poultry attracts more and more
of the attention of farmers, in like pro
portion will all information be welcome
which furnishes accurate and reliable
details as to the worth, economical meth
ods of fattening and getting ready for
market any of the above products. The
breed of animals most easily fattened,
and the kind of feeding whichi is at once
most effectual and most economical, are
points upon which we may yet obtain
considerable increase of reliable and use
THE age of horned cattle may general
ly be known by rings on the horns till
their tenth year; after that time they
give no indication of age further than
that the animal has passed its tenth year.
The first ring appears on the horn after
the animal has passed two years old
soon after, as a general rule, though
sometimes before that age. During the
third year, the ring gradually increases,
and at three years of age it is completely
formed. The second ring appears during
the fourth year, and at the fifth year it is
complete. After that period anl additional
ring is formed each year. This rule is
sufficiently plain, and even a young
farmer needs hilt little p~ractice to enable
him to read a cow's age on her horns.
A cow with thiree rings is six years old;
with four she is seven years old. No new
rings are formed after the tenth year;
the deeper rings, however, and the worni
appearance of the horns are pretty sure
indications of old age.
Fon CURING BEE'r, PORR, MUTrON,
H~Us, FErC.--To one gallon of water,
1 1 lbs. of salt, j lb. of sugar, j ounce
saltpotre, j ounce potash. In this ratio
the pickle can be increased to any quani
tity desired. Let these be boiled to
g~ether until all thle dirt from the sugar
rises to the top and is skimmedoff. Then
throw it into a tub to cool, and when
cold pour it over your beef or pork. The
meat must be well covered with pickle,
and should not be put down for at leas't
two days after killing, during which
time it should he slightly sprinkled with
powdered saltpetre, which removes all
the surface blood, etc., leaving the meat
fresh and clean. Somec omit boiling the
pickle, and find it to answer wvell,
though the operation of b~oiling purifies
the pickle by throwing off the dirt al
ways to be found in salt and sugar. If
this recipe is strictly Lollowed, it will re
iuire only a single trial to prove its sn
periority over the common way, or most
ways, of putting down meat, and will
nmot soon be abandoned for any other.
Trhe( meat is unsurp~assed for swecetness,
delicacy, and freshlness of color. Omit
the potash unless you can get the pure
artfiele. Druggists usually keep it.
FArnI Ens' UNION --The following prac
t ical advice on Jhe management of colts
is from the Lancaster Farmer: Ifa colt
is never allowed to get an advantage, it
w'ill never know that it possesses a
1)ower that man can not control, aud if
made familiar with strange objects it
'will not be skittish and nervous. If a
horse is made accustomedl from his early
(lays to have objects hit him on the heels,
hack and hips, he will paw~ no attention'.
to thme giving out of a hiarness, or of
wagons running against him at an un
expected moment. We once sawi an
aged lady drive a high-spirited horse,
attached to a car riage, down a steep
hill, with no hold-back straps upon the
harness; and she asssured us that there
.as no danger, for her son accustomed
.is horses to all kinds of usage and
sights, that commonly drive animals in
to a frenzy, of fear and fright. A gun
can be fired from in front of a horse.
An umbrella held over his head, a buffa
lo robe thrown over his neck, a railroad
engine pass close by, his heels be
thumped with sticks, and the animal
take it all as a natural condition of
things, if only taught by careful mani
agement that he. will not be injured
LEMONAnu.-Four quarts of water, one
and one-half pounds loaf sugar, iniea of
eight lemons, the rubbing of one; strain
it ready for use.
BUTTRn8PONG CaA.---Fourten eg,
the weight of tie same in sugar, "mut
ounces of - flour,. six of Iztter, and the
juice of three lemons.
Fon a good'or easily maib pudding
sauce take one tablespoonful of butter
two tablespoonfuls of flotir, two-thirds
of a cup of sugar. Pour hot water over
these, stir well and boil until thick- fla
vor with lemon, wine or with uDimeg
and a teaspoonful of vinegar.
CORN MEAL PUDDIN.-TwO cups of
Indian meal, one cup of flour, three cups
of sour milk, two tablespoonfuls of
suear, a tablespoonful of melted butter,
a little Sat, any Spice You please, and a
large teaspoonful of sod. dissolved in hot
water. Beat the in edients free from
lumbs, adding the a a last. Pour into
a buttered mold or tin pail and boil two
hours without stopping. Eat with liquid
sauce or maple sirup.
IF you have not a pretty or even good
looking dish in which to serve scallopped
oysters, a common yellow dish may be
made presentable by covering it with a
napkin. Fold the napkin in the shape
of a handkerchief, put around the dish
and pin it; tuck the corners in and fold
under the dish, then set it on a plate.
Be careful to put the napkin on
smoothly, letting it come just to the
edge of the dish.
YORKSIIRE pudding to be eaten with
roast beef. as one would eat a vegetable,
is made in 1his way. Stir three teaspoon
fuls of flour into one pint of milk; add
three eggs and a little salt; pour into a
shallow tin baking pan, put it into the
oven an hour before dinner time. After
it has baked for about ten minutes put it
under the roasting beef. When the meet
is taken up, leave the pudding in the
oven for five minutes, then pour off the
fat and serve with the meat.
PARSNIPS FoR GARNISH.-With a veg
etable cutter cut them out raw to any
shape preferred. Drop them in fast
boiling water, add salt and a small quan
tity of whole pepper; when done drain
thoroughly, toss them on a saucepan
with a little butter and some parsley
finely dropped. Or boil them in plenty
of fast boiling salted water; when done
pass them through a sieve, then work a
piece of butter and a little milk in them
in a saucepan over the fire, adding pep
per and salt to them.
CHICKEN SANDWICHES. -Ingredients:
Chicken and ham, four eggs, one table
spoonful of olive oil, mustard, vinegar.
Chop the chickens (not too fine) also a
little nice ham; then braid together the
yolks of the eggs (boiled very hard) with
the oil; when smooth add a little made
mustard and vinegar, should it not besalt
enough from the ham atdd a little, stir
the mixture well and add the meat.
Have ready some thin slices of bread
buttered and put some of the mixture
between two slices: very nice.
Likewise and Also.
Judge Thatcher, who succeeded Mr.
Quincy on the bench in Boston, was a
man of stern and unbending temper.
One of the prisoners, in addressing the
court previous to sentence, used the
words " also'" and " likewise " in a way
which implied a difference of meaning.
" Do you know of ainy difference,
prisoner, between 'also' and 'likewise?'
asked the Judge.
" Yes, your Honor," replied the crim
inaL " Judge Quincy, your predecessor,
was patient, kind, courteous and gentle
manly. You are a Judge, also, but not
[Port Huron Commercial.]
Charles Nelson, Esq., Proprietor Nel
son House, speaking to us Tecently ob
served : I suffered so much with Rh en
matism that my arm withered, and phy
sieians could not help me. I was in
despair of my life, when some one ad
vised me to use St. Jacobs Oil. I did
so, and as if by magic, I was instantly
relieved, and, by the continued use of
the Oil, entirely cured. I thank heaven
for having used this wonderful remedy,
for it saved my life. It also cured my
ACCORDING to a correspondent of the
.Rurat World, the income from Kansas
apple orchards during the last twenty
years would have been quadru p'ed, if a
dozen, instead of one hundred varieties
had been planted. Early Harvest, Red
Astrachan and Red June for summer;
Maiden's Blush and Jonathan for au
tumn, and Winesap, Ben Davis, Rawle's
Janet, Missouri Pinppin for winter are
pronounced the best. Willow Twig,
White Winter Pearma~in,Gilpin, Grime's
Golden and Baldwin, had done moder
[Fort Wayne (Ind.) Sentinel.]
When about twelve years old, said
Mr. Geisman, of the Globe Chop House,
to our representative, I met with an ac
cident with a horse, by which my skull
was fractured, and ever since I have muf
fered with the most excruciating rheu
matic pains. Of late I applied St.
Jacobs Oil, which has given me almost
A wOMAN, who has accep~tedl ]ife as a
ouity, saysH in her maturity: "Life is now
a veryv serious thing to me. T1he com
lexities are so multiform. The intricate
meshes of our related life, whlich bring
to us our greatest pains and joys, give me
pauseC. I stand mentally excitedl, be
wildered, awed, reflecting on its issues.
Ordinary things and events dwindle be
fore this sweep of thought and feeling."
"I don't want that Stuff,"
Is what a lady of Boston said to her
husband when he brought home some
medicine to cure her of sick headache
and neuralgia which had made her so
miserable for fourteen years. At the
first attack thereafter, it was adminis
tered to her with such good results, that
she continued its use until cured, and
made so enthusiastic in its p~ralse, that
she Induced twenty-two of the best fam
ilies in her circle to adopt it as their
regular family medicine. That "stuff"
is Hop Bi tters.-S tandard.
THar were discusaing a very selfish
man, and some one, undeertaking his de-.
fense, remarked : " Oh, but you know
he has so many enemies." " He an en
emy ?" was the reply ; " how could he
have one ? He never rendered a service
to any one but himself."
feels tireY, hr,, a .e endsche or lack of ap
petite it 'means that something is the matter
with te kidneys,- which Warner's lafe Kidney
and IA,. nunr alone.... hel.
In the formation of our characters we
owe to-our mothers more than to an7
other human agency, for it is their
hands that first twine the tendrils of our
hearts, uide our footsteps aright, lead
us in te path of virtue, and in the
dark, dreary niight of pan, their watch
ful vigils keep beside the couch of their
dear gn & Whose but the all-seeing
eye of Jehovah can fathom the depths
of a*tiety, they feel, an&4 who can tell
of the ceaseless prayers wiich they offer
for their sin-stricken children ?
Their influence ever' shines with an
unsullied light which softensand purifies
the wayward impulses of the youthful
mind, and guides it onward in its course
toward heaven. How, then, can we pay
just tribute to otir mothers-with what
measures of gratitude and affection shall
we requite them for their maternal care ?
To those who have lost their mothers
in early life there is a hallowed spot,
sacred to memory, where they retrospect
the past-recall days and nights when
when their mothers kept watch over
their sialess years, and where they may
look forward, with faith and hope, to the
blessed reunions of the everlasting fu
Friends may be torn from our hearts,
hopes may be blasted, and our love for
others may grow cold, yet every princi
ple of gratitude and every feeling of
virtuous sensibility requires that we
should cling to our mothers and love
TITERE is no use swearing at a man be
hind his back. You might as well kick
at his shadow, for all the good it does.
SIDNEY SMITH once rebuked a swear
ing visitor bv saying, " Let us assume
that everything and everybody are
damned, and proceed with our subject."
LOAFERS are generally after the loaves
and fishes. After the loafer, what?
"Women Never Think."
If the crabbed old bachelor who ut
tered this sentiment could but witness
the intense thought, deep study and
thorough investigation of women iv
determining the best medicines to keep
their families well and would note their
sagacity and wisdom in selecting Hop
Bitters as the best, and in demonstrat
ing it by keeping their finilies in per
petual health, at a mere nominal ex
pense, he would be forced to acknowl
edge that such sentiments are baseless
JUST let the world see which way you
are determined to go, and it will set its
mighty shoulder to the wheel and help
you along, caring little whether destina
tion be heaven or hell.
MAw astonishing cures have been ef
fected by Coussen's Lightning Lini
ment. Honestly, we believe it the best
Liniment in use for man or beast. If
your horse has ringbone, galls or spavin
use it, while for your rheumatism or
sprains it is invaluable. Sample bottle
25c. or regular size 50c. For sale by ali
WHREN putting away the silver ten or
coffee pot which is not used every day,
lay a little stick across the top under the
cover; this will allow fresh air t~o get in,
and will prevent miustiniess; it will then
be ready for use at any time, after having
first been thoroughly rinsed with boiling
A MILLION bottles of CARBOL.INE, a de
odorized extract of petroleum, will prodluce
newv hair on amillion bald heads, which is
something that no0 other preparation ever
discovered will do.
UIENRY'u CARBOLIC~ MALVE
Is the BEST SALVE for Cuts,, lruioses, s',res, flIe'raq,
an~d all k inds of sk in Eruptionsi, Frockcles uad Iint qph's.
Get HENRY'S CARtBoIIC SALVE, as all othei are)
cowu:terfelt... Price 25 cents.
eR. GREEN'M 0XY4GENATED iITTrERt
Is the beat remedy for Dysptepsia, Bi liousne-es, Aldarm
Indigestion and Diseases of theo Blood, K idney~, in-r,
DUIRNo's CATARUI! SN1 FF curesi nil arrections Of the
muciaous mtemibraniu of t he head:o and :1broat.
I)t orT's LIVER rILLS are the best cathartio
INDIGNfroN, dyspopea aervous prostratwon
and all forms of genierl debility relieved by
taking MENsMAN's PPTONIZED BEEm ToNm, tho
oly preparation of beef oontaining its entire
nurtosproperties. It contains blood-mak
hug, foros-generating and life-mustaining prop
erties; Is invaluable la all enfeebled conditions,
whether the result of exhaustion, nervous pros
tration, overwork, or acute disease, parknlarly
if resulting from pulmonary sompl Ot s
well. Hasad & Co, proprietors, Ne YL
BACK ACH ,
SORE TH ROAT,
H EADACH E,
No Preparatin on earth euale Sr. JAeO consotn ii i CA f..
sUax, SIMPL.E and CUannat Exrnal Remedy. A trial entail.
but the comparatively trifling outlay of 5OCr XTs, and e'very
one muffering with pain can have checap and jrmitivo pro~fofo
itseclaims. D1aCruloi IN ILETEN LA54II4IJs.
SOLD BY ALL SUW0I18T8 AND DE ALERS in MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.
.Bal t nere. McI., U. R.
A NOTED cook boasted that there was
no kind of pastry which he could not
make, whereupop a friend said'there was
one kind of pie that he was sure he had
not skill enough to make. " What pie is
that?" asked the cook. " A magpie," was
A GOD FAMILY JMEY!
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[This engraving represents the Lurge in a healthy state.j
What The Doctors Say!
DR. Fi.F.TCr1itFR, of Tkinagton, Mo., says: "I recom.
131i.1 , u esam' in Prererence to any other medi
Ciue ftum cvughs nikd colds."
1M. A. C. JOHlNSON, of Mt. Vernon, Ill., writes of sorne
"roleu cu enres of C usuamplon in his place by the
usa or *ALjIen's I unv ng na
DRi. J. Bl. TURiNERt, Blintavills , Al ractlelni
ph. icin, of twen .-11ve years, rites:'tlt iathp boat
preparation for Cor.surmption in the world."
For Still "Dife aia r thi. Tlaront, . Lng. uinwi
F'slssoINA11-Y ss rana, It will beo Louud a
bsaust exmrIllent Steneiry.
AS AN EXPECTORANT IT HAS N') EQU41.
IT CONTA NS NO OPIUM iN ANY FORM.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
CINC IN A TE, 0.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Whsy Sufelr Nedlessly
WVi hi the e-mvtIueinu', spasmodie t ortu res of
fever anid',agne and bilious remit tent, whien
HIostetter's Stomal~eb1 litters, aeck niowledged
to be a real cu rative of malu trial fevers, will
eradIiente the caursc of n mtuch suhlering ?
No less effecetive is this belig niant alt era
tive ini cases of consti pati mJ, dyspepsia,
hiver compilaint, rheumat ism, and in general
dlebilityv and nervous wetk ness. For sale
by all Druggists and lDealers gene rally.
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advanced. WAUES Dromptly ye SL;A
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A BALM FOR EVERY WOUND OF
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THE OLDEST& BEST LINIMENT
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SALES T.ARGER TRHAN EVER.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment has
been known for more than thirty-five
yearsuas the best of all Liniments, for
Ma nd Beast. Its sales to-day are
larger ,ban ever. It c uroes when all
others fail, and penetrates skin, tendon
and muscle, to tevr oesl
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The Purext andBt eii vrae C
A co mbinntion of Hops, Buchu, Man- r
d rak e and Dandeilon,writh all the best and I)
most c ura tive properties of all other ltera. P
mak es the greatst Biqpd Purifier, Lver ai
Reg ui a tor, and Lifo and Health Restoring ~
Agent on earth.
No disease c an possibly long exist where Hop u
Biltterx are us od,so varied an~d perfec t are thoir t
They givo nlow ii ft and vigor to the aged and inartm.
To all whose e ploymecnts causo irregulari- P
ty of t he bowelsor urinary organs, or who re
quire an A ppetizer Tonic and mild Stimulant, ti
Hop Bitters are inval uable, Without intoX
No matter what your f, elings or symnptoms
are what the disease. or all ut is use Hlop Bit-. t I
ters. D)on't waltuntllyotia re sick b)ut it Vcu
only feel bad or miserable, use them at once.
It mnay savo your ir e.it has s aV e4o hundreds.
" $500 will be paid for aca so they will not
cure or help. D~o not suffer orlet your friends
suffer,but use and urge them to use H op B t
Remember, Hlop Bitters is no 'Vile, drugged L
drunken nostrum, but the Purest a nl d Rest of
Medicine ever made :theo "INVALIDS FRIEND r
and IIOPE" and no person Or familyU
should be without them.
p ~.is an absolute and lrrosistible cure
narcotics Al s'lt br o rug ct aend Nl
for Cireular. Hop bitter. Mrg. Co.,
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tho Tonic. S ince using it Ijhave done twice the Ia
d with double the ease. With the tranquil nerve
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The New Bible.
%uilk Work ^spreviouiy announced, we ae
heo great army of friends of thie Literary Revolution for
hi, iew v'erson of the New Testament, which is no
ronusted positively by the Entglith publishers on the 17th
f Mlay. Our primters witll put the entire work into type
idde tof a few hours from the time a copy can be pro)
nredl, and we shall manufacture at least, 10,000 copies a
ay until the demand for it ls met.
A few centuries ago the few Bibles in existence were
nimonli chained h the churches and accessible only toV
few. Thiose who attem >led to free thaems, translate
rem, and give thetm to time people, had the stake and
to scaffold fr their re ward. This new version of the T ut
nenit was completed, print.'d, antd bound, months ago ini
nigiand, but that thre English publishers might bo able
mono pohzo its sale and make a few hundred thousand
>liars Ihe more, it has been withheld tromn the public.
lie Copyright Law in England is such t hat at least two
wspapers which, by sonme method, secured copies of
rtions of itand >ublishedt extrarcs, with commente
ere ompl e to esst romrepeltiion of the t"crime 'I
ad to publicly apologizt. for their "wron.0 g." We are'In
VOr of an equitable mit ernational en vrig Iiti law that, wvill
we authors due rewatid foir their la>or, hut Amiericans
ill not care to see such ani Entglish law transferred to
On May l'7th theoo monto polists promise to unbind the
chains'' and rele~ase probably a illion testanments to the
orld. They promise oneo edition ini very small type, in
e rps to gvewitraoe< eve before equaled ini
Leo)tistory of publishing, in ype of nearly dosube the size
il lby themn, the Ne~w Tesiztmint eomngablete Ior 10
its, the Fotur (los pela complete for 7 cents, the Glos
Is separately. eh for 2 cents ; and in mtanty various
rmns and sty les up to fhill Turkey morocco, gilt edges, for
e new an dold verslins on piages facing for $150
Rememiberin g thre past our friends wrill not beosurprised
at the mubiishersr and I ioksel lers whIo do tot like~ thle
terary Itovoluot [ont, are slaniderintg in adlvance our editionus
this work, preteniding that te e will be many errors
sulting fi omr its hasty production. In rel, we can oni
omise to thoee who have t rusted n, can have not fount;t
wanting, that it t hat I be, t ypographicali', one of tihe
toet rn-ena'ate workas ever- panted osn flat
antlnent. The pint ing house oftS. W. Green's son,
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eni, andt 00 eqiu.l ini its ability to dlo noil wot k quickly.
iey willl take doubile pains to do thes >est work posswible,
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applicant. 'We propose t print, if cdied for, a tmil
i copIes for gratuitouis dirttributioin. Piersonis who
old like this specimten lnq gantlty, for distribution,
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his country, rangi. froim the smallest Testanment to
4t elaborato Treachlers' Ilibles and the larget Faly
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~23 or the Ilargeat anid beast qiuarto Blibles wyit liIlutra
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idaird pubhlitions. Ful pIart cticlrs, wvuth peciiieaps
hety pograhy, will be ready soon, anid will be sn
mung's Great Bible Concordance.
air new edition of this ina nifcth wr
y be called the "W~tehster a Unliabridlged of tihiomay
ish readler is gventroadly access to theo infoaiu
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cessible Greek ad Hebrenw Lexicotis arm otod
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is which htave led scholars to make tilte consytg trs
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