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FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.
H TIMELY GUCOESTION3 FROM
H GOOD AUTHORITIES.
H fjalllnc Mock In Mlitrrroaltri' Jlin;
H Katmlrs-Art.lrrtriJ OrrhtHi Jlllklnif
H loana; (Vms f.'eneral lnrr.i
B Hints tnil Mori oln,
H HnUInc In Winter Time
H In tho winter tlmo llio lmport:incoof
H n rognlnr und constant rfuppty of salt
H ii not fully nppreclatod by till stock
H (jrowors, nml cspoclnlly by thoso who
H kcop only 11 fow miimiils. Tlio uvorngo
M (armor gives the salt to the nnlmals
H whon ho huppons to think of It, ami
H this Is somcllmoi not vory oflon. The
H best results can bo oblulnod from rook
H or lump suit plnced In tho feed boxes.
H Tho clnnjfor from tnklng- too much salt
H comes not from huvlnc It on hand all
H of tho time, but from denying tho
L anlmuls of it for n long period. Thon
R. In their cagornoss to satisfy tholr
r nntnrnl cravings thoy will sometimes
mf -nt mnro than tholr systcmB roally ro-
T quire. It is soldom that un animal will
H tako In rnoro food or wntor than thoy
1 really require. Thoy know when to stop
von If their maitors do not. Salt is
H m cBscntlut constituent of tho blood,
H nud salt liunjor may lead to oxcoss
H when tho animal lssuddonly permitted
H an opportunity of supplying Its lack.
H Many of tho common foods given to tho
H nrilmuls aro lucking lu salt constlt-
f uonts, mid lionco tills ossontlal'raubt
1 bo supplied artificially. Animals on
B Jno farm will nood more of It than on
1 Another, for on homo boIIs it Is lacking
B a in tho soli Itself, and tho grains grown
M on It must necessarily bn dollclonu
, Halt l ulco a common constituent of
" milk. d If nnt given to tho covr It
1 must bo drnwn from Ujnt stored In hor
H blood tissues. This cannot bo dor.o
1 without seriously impairing tho honlth
of tho unlmal. Una cannot thus toll
how much tho nnlmals need. Tho
qimntily must bo left lo them, mid this
1 can only ho dono by hooping rock salt
H near thorn all tho tlmo.
WWW Kiirmlri lo I'oultrj-.
m A correspondent of tho rn.otlcal
1 l'ntraer says. .Minks, nkunlcn, wonsols
m and Hlnnl.ir ddpi-odutors m-o grout
nnUan.-o loliio poultry rnlsor, und In
siuiio plaeei) it U necessary to wugo
R, . ' jj'lirYrT'l jw- 1 Thoy'wll' find
HBbfljiioino way to gt iAto tbwinOs In-
f, goitl(miy contHVod hoii-lioiiao, and
H - Jonst ou" the best ogg or tho fattest
H "jui 1'oultry houses constructod
1 near wifler'o.mblo tho sly cnomlos to
H sut'til: up nud do consldorablu dumago
to tho Hoc-!; in tho dnytlmo, but as n
H rule tho grunlijat dumago is dono nt
fl nlghU A p.ilr of minks in u poultry
B lioiiRo over night would do mora dam
H ago than all tho uhldccu diseases put
H togetlirr. Whero theso miNuuues mo
H npuciitily nctlvo nml numerous It would
H bo well to sut trnpi for them tho com
M man ntwl trap being tho best and nt
H tho sunn tlmo put some protoctlvo
M Wire iinmiirt tho poultry Iiouhu. 'J'hls
H can bo dono vory canity und cheaply.
H Euciiruly c'o:o tho huii-ltoiuc, either
H luslda or outside, with u tftrong, cIoao
M niya netting. Kvon tho lloor Insldu
H should bo cuvomd with It so that no
B inlco'i-.m ontcr. If u ventilator Is
H u;ed cover that also with tho wire.
HJ .'MIIIiIjic Voiiiib llnlror.
The fact that young holfor.t will not
H choo tnueh nor so rlrh milk as tho
H Buino unlmal will when fully matured
H I roll known. It 'should not, how-
H over, prevent good feeding und caroful
H milking. Mori' than usual pains should
H )o taken to mill; eloan, by whloh Is
B Jnoaut getting tho last drop that tho
m tifltlor ptiiduvni. Too iniiny careless
H farmers only milk holfori while thoy
H" "ly produco ronsldcrablo amounts,
H nml if tho milk comes slowly thoy stop.
H Ihiiiklu lo maka tho holfer grow. As
H thi. last mill: Is tho riehoit. itsubnorp-
H tlnn in. k'cs tlio ImKor fatwuthor than
H llirl.'iy, and this tondoncy to futten do-
H signet tho cn.v's vuluo m a milker
H cvor after.
H Tho farmer or dairyman who doos
B not keep u dally record and tin account
HJ book In which aro outorod facts mid
HI obfi'ivatlons and all monoy trausae-
ticHi. falls to prictlca that economy
'.vhlclt Is tho fundamental basis of
H lro!tierlty. The ino.U interesting
H booii In a fanner's library is tho small
voltimo In which ho hn.3 written dawn
B fV' 'V evontng tho ovonts of tho day
imt tho facts of Interest ho has ob-
riiivcd. Tills writing not only malws
BH 41 iici'in.iuoiit record bat llxus tho
HB jiii'vloJgo guiiiodon his mind.
HHj Vt'llnWl III lV.K'll Trcrt.
HB 'I'hu btt piMS'outlvo )i this dl-joajo
HB !( Iibora) tupplloi of hard wood nshuH
BB 'tr potash In other .'urm w'uciv this
H vamio'. ho !..il. In o:r.o way, tho
H nlii)i tu.t on!y fuedi the tree, but
BB nci'.irulltc.'i tho condltlo.'is under whloh
H tho yolliiw.. irnal. if tha yellows Is
H nut too i'.u' piuro(4JJ. It has somo-
H times l'.;.i trrilft by osttM lurgo
H Uvtcj of pyU'U a k'. cut'.in. out r.To::-
od parts. Do not uho kulvos that have
cut diseased trues to prcno others
without caroful cleansing.
Klofk mill llnlr Nolrn.
Tho butter oxtrnctor gots rid of
nvcry old faililoncd implomont and
utensil between the milk pall and tho
butter piickngn and what 11 world of
labor and trouble and nnxloty Is thus
Dairying and innrlcot vcgotublos
may go together very conveniently
und profitably. Tho wusto of tho
crops, as dofecttvo vegetables, will
alTord excellent foodlng for, tho cows
whllo tho manure will pay for all.
Thoro Is no reason why horsos nnd
cows may not bo kept in tho same
building, but thoy should bo kopt In
separate stablos. Tow horso stables
aro free from tho strong odor of nm
monlu nnd this would infest tho cows'
milk oven through tho breathing of
Ono by ono tho bugboars which
huvo boon oxhlbltod to the dalrymon
by so-called oxports are dissolving
from view Hko morning clouds. First
tho polliclo of tho buttar globule faded
away; thon tho churn dasher, and somo
others, and now tho swoet croain
butter which noeus only a similar pro
coss of rl ponlng for a day or two to
acquire all the uromu of tho Cost rlpo
croam butter. When wo loaru why
things should be dono wo may muko
tho how to suit ourselves.
Do you hear anything nbout tho
gonorul purposo horso? ono to plow
and mow, go In a carriage, or under a
saddlo und sell for u roadstor? Not
much or ofton. Kvory man who buys
11 horso wants tho unlmal to bo 6ultod
for his special purposo, und if for
draft, it is quito a dlfTcront horso from
tho naddlo or driving anlmnl. Ana
yot tho old lad ubout gonorul purposo
cows, good for milk, buttor and boof
is still tojsod ubout by somo of tho
dairy experts, who nolther milk cows
or mnko butter or cheeso oxcopt oh
Hint tit IIiiiMrheriM'Cii.
To stop hiccough, toko a lump of
sugar Biituratod with vfnogar.
Put bits of camphor gum lu trunks
or drawers to prevent tho mtco from
doing nuy injury.
To brlghton c.irpots, wlpo thorn with
wnrm wutor In which has boen pourod
a few ilropof ammonia.
To fresTlHRKMIMtchalpf Hcat9,wnS
lUos bags, etc, rub thorn with tho
woll-bo 1I011 whllo of 1111 ogg.
It Is not generally known that tin
donned with nowspupcr will shlno
hotter Ihan when cloanod with flannol.
A clothes wringer can bo oaslly
cloansod from tha Hut thut collects 011
tho rollers by saturating u cloth In
koroscno mid rubbing it over.
llutter or cans of milk may bo kopt
porfoclly cold by bolng wrapped in 11
clotli nnd sot lu u Ucop dish contain
ing a little wutor, whero air is circu
lating. Do not fun 11 sick persou unions you
nro roqulrod to do so or thoro Is a good
louson why you should. A nervous
porsou Is ofton mado vory uncomforta
ble by It.
To mnko good mucilngo without us
Ing gum arable, tuko two p.irts of
doxtrlno, llvo parts of wutor and ono
part of ncotlo uold. Dlssolvo by boat
ing, nnd add ono part of alcohol.
Koop tho back, especially bctwoon
tho shoulder blndaj, woll coverod; also
tho chest wall protected. In slooplng
In a cold room, establish tho habit of
breathing through tho nojo, und never
with tho open mouth.
To muko 11 convenient arrangement
for drying collars and cuffs uso 11 ploco
of muslin, on which you sow buttons
lu numboVi and pdsltlons to suit, nnd
fasten thut strongly on to tho clothos
line, and tho linen articles will not got
torn und lost.
Tho last porsou lu tho world to pot
tho panics should be tho farmer. Ho
can the least afford It Yot ho doos.
Throe or four years ngo farmers had
tho sheop punle, and thoy had it bnd.t
Thoy all said, "Sheep don't p.iy," und'
then thoy tried to soil out, und thou
sands did sell out, or rathor gavo out.
After tho paulo, like a fovor had had
its run, mou and women too begun to
think sheep were usetul 011 tho farm,
and If tho wool did not bring much it
told readily for cash, mid this cush,
camo at a good, tlmo. It has been
found ou! that a good owo will bring
from :t to $1, with ordinary euro, und
with a llltlo extra attention It will
bring from ? I to if5 when four lo six
Almost ovory farm noods sheop tq
holp to kuup down tho woods and
bushoj. Thoy aro busy partners In,
this 1'iuJucjs, and I huvo found out
that thoro Is a gain lu turning weeds
Into mutton und porlr, und bushes into
mutton. Thoso uro llltlo economies,
but Ihty count Kvory farmor can
liinuau to lmvo saiuo clovor hay, and
tho more tho bettor. And with this
ho can wlntor Ills sheop ana convert
tlili hay Into vitlusblo raauuro
HIS FIRST THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Kmnrr Hlorr Ilrllorril a Ynunc Mao
Nlmulil hprml It In Trutfl.
While Luther I.alllu Mills was going
through Mime old piper the other day
ho found n very Intonating document
from the pen of the lamented Kmory
A. Stori'H, which U teproducuil below.
"I do not know e.xaetly what called
foith these intern nces fro'm Mr. Storrs,"
snld Mr. Mills, 'but I apprehend that
thoy were In reply to soma young mati
uho wrote tho brilliant lawyer for ad
A Ice us to tho best way of Inventing a
sum of money which he hud in his pos
session." The manuscript Is ns follows:
"There arc several answers to your
"One boy takes his $1,000, spends It
cither in foreign travel or In the culti
vation and improvement of his mind
nnd manners at home. At the ago of
III, If he is coiulstoiit lu this course, ho
has laid the foundation for a long
career of usefulness and honor, nnd,
whatever at his death his bank account
mny be, ho has achieved something for
the good of mankind for which tho
world will always gratefully remember
him. Tho high spirit, the clear head,
tho sharp intellectual discrimination
between right nnd wrong which travel,
culture nnd education huvo glvcu him
is n capital as much hotter than bank
Block as gold Is better than brass. No
vovorscs of fortune can tako It from
him. No lluunclal panics can rob him
of it. It is his and his children's for
ever. "Tho other boy lays up his (1,000;
ho doubles it, he triples it. What of it?
What kind of a man Is he at the age of
thlrly-ono? The moro monoy-gottcr is
tho sorriest spectacle on Go'd's green
earth. Leisure is dreadful to him. He
loaves nothing behind him but monoy,
nnd that his cnlldron waste. Tho glory
of this world is not lu corner lots no'r
bank stocks. No great man whom tho
world to-day roverences is remembered
because ho was rich. Tho saddest
spectacle on this earth is that of a man
dying on his pile of greenbacks, which
he cannot carry with him. while his
legatees uro counting his coin oven as
tlio breath escapes from Ins body.
,"llut suppose that your saving boy
loses ids stock; suppose, ns often hap
pens, through no fault of his values
aro molted away. Where is ho thon?
A bankrupt, hopelessly ami irretrieva
"Which shall tho rich man's daugh
ter marry? I answer that tho man of
cultured mind nud that broad and
liberal spirit which travel and educa
tion give caros but llttlo nbout it. If tho
father desires to sell his daughter, that
it is his business and his daughter's.
to may fitsrt by, nnrrrlog tho compound-Interest
chap in a palace, bit
statistics show that in uinoty-nino cases
out of one hundred shu will wind up in
u hovel. This father of this daughter
can take his choice.
"Finally.no mcnrecognlzothe worth,
value and splendor of strong na
tive business genius half so much
us educated men. Don't dosplso uor
underrate it. It will always help
you. It will never hurt you. Stocks
und cash and corner lots nro well, but
thoy are not all that there is of thir
world, nor nearly all. Our great men
have lived without them and died with
out thorn, hut tlio world loves them
still. Croesus was very rich, but tho
generations of 3,000 yours have do
Hpised him. Socrates was wretchedly
poor, but for 2,000 years tho world, has
loved him. 1'oti buy and soil cnttlo and
nro at liberty to do so because of what
ho taught 2,000 years ago." Chicago
Defacing a Counterfeit Hill.
I happened to bo in the United Stales
sub-treasury on Wall street tho other
day, says a N. Y. Star gosslpor, nnd
was rather amused at a llttlo iucldont
I witnessed. A gentleman ontored,
and, approaching ono of tho clorks,
handed him n 20 bill and asked if it
wore counterfoil Tho clerk took it,
wont awuy. und in a fow minutes re
turucd nnd handed out the bill without
n word. Cut across its face with a die
was tho word Counterfeit." Tho
rugo of tho ownor know 110 bounds.
Confound you!" ho shouted. "I
didn't nsk you to destroy tho bill. I
simply asked you to toll mo If it wcro
counterfeit. It's worthless now."
"It novor was of any value," mildly
responded tho clerk, "and tho rulo of
tho department Is that all bills olfored
In this way must bo defaced when
counterfeits beforo returning thorn to
tlio party presenting them."
"Now that," remarked tlio examiner
to me, "is an almost dally occurrence.
A man gets a counterfeit bill passed on
him ami, being in doubt, ho conies In
hero to nsk ubout it, and it isdostroyed
for him. Ho is naturally Indignant, us
doubtless he gave value for it and
.would Hko to liavo a chauco to pass it
off on somo oue else. llt the law is
Imperative on us and wo must destroy
nil such bills under penalty. If that
man had taken his bill to a bauk It
would have hcon returned to him O.
IC, but ho made the mistake of bring
ing It hero. Tho national banks uro
supposed to deface counterfeits us well
us tlio treasury. They seldom do It.
however perliapn not nun caso nut of
1U0. They are afraid of insulting a
IiOtiK-nUtiinco I'lleotilo Itonils.
It would be singular If the llrst long
distance elect lie voad should be estab
lished in far-away Itussla. Such a
tnlug, however, scouis more lluin prob
able, for 11 project is now on foot to
connect St. IVitowburg with. Archan
gel, a distance of 600 miles, byau elec
tric railway. 1 i ,
"When the roblo nnt igsln," raid she,
"I Uipoo my tote! Mill gut well." 8obo
felt cry rail, tint ruuilpnly lietliouplit him
of Dr. IliiU'a Cough y.irup Tlie cough was
cured ami tboso tno were ntippr.
l'ut one bwl man among tcven good men,
nml nt the mil of a mouth you have one
guoil man ninoug town bad ones.
I'coj le rail It backache and do nothing foi
It tint 1 the doctor la called ami be pro.
.ounces It rlciimatltin. if thev had used
f alvallou Oil In tlmo tlio doctor'! hill could
hac been taicd.
I'uropenn countries huvo built largo
numbers of torpedo bouts. Italy lias
now about 200; Knglund. 17fi; Franco.
1:0; Ilussln, 130; Germany 100, und
Spnln 20. On this sldo of tho Atluntlo
tho Argentlno Hopubllo hns 18; Urnzll,
15, nnd Chili, 10, Of course you wish
to know how mnny otirown nation has.
Well, wo huvo one John M. Elllcott
In St. Nicholas.
Vlgnroii .ilcti and Women.
The vlgorotii aro they who iy attention to tha
laws or health, of which one of the foreinoitli,
Tako rare of )onr digestion. Should a tempora
ry attack of the enemy, dyspepsia, surprise you,
foil his subsequent assaults with Hosteller's
Stomach Hitters. From the stomach come the
fundamental supplies which minister to rigor,
and thoroughly transmuted Into blood ictlrely
-.lrcuhitcd, are the maintenance of the system.
Pallid In countenance, nervous, attenuated In
figure, appctltcless, poor sleepers, are tho dyspep
tic. Jtclnforced and built up hy the great stom
achic, the wan and the thin Inc'caso In color and
bulk, appetite Improves, nervous symptoms dla
nppear. sleep crows tranquil and refreshing, and
lb" liitrainiullllty of mind and despondency nota
ble In Invalids gives place to light hcurtcduras, a
rapni-lly for racy enjoyment of the good things
of this life. Use tho Hitters for malarial, bilious,
rheumatic Md kidney troubles.
One man's blundercalU out greater Ingen
uity ou tho part of another.
Do jour clothes last as they used tot If
not, i ou must be using a fonp or vahlng
iioi cr thai iota them. Try tho good old
inshloned Dobbins' Klcctrlc Soap, perfectly
pure to-day cs In 1SC5.
The eagle Is tho bird of freedom, but tho
turkey has tho most friends In tho fall of the
Hook on Tarlfr Lnir,
Doycmwsnt to Iniwull alwut las new tariff rates
and other customs legl.latlt.nl 1L F. Downing; A Co.,
Custom Hon. Ilrokera, New York, hava pjbll.lie-1 a
Imntlaomo pocket sited book with all tariff rates
alphabitllealljr arrangwli articles on how to llauro
dutlo'i foreign eipreas ratesi drawback of dalles and
all Information on Imports and export. With this
book you am a tariff eipeit. No other book so com
plete, handy and reliable bu yet appeared and as all
aro tntereiitcil in tho tariff alt should have a copy.
Bend SI 00 to It. r. Downjng & Co., SO Excfcanga llaco,
New York. ' '
If the Elhtopcan could change his skin It
would throw a cood tunny men out of em
Being conceited Is tho only satisfaction
omo uicu find lu life.
How patient nmancaa ho In 0 photograph I
We offer Onis Hundred Dollars reward for
any case of critatrh that ciunot ho cured by
latlfigMlarrWCatrtnh Cure, , , .
. .1. C1IKNIW & CO., I'roju., Toledo. O.
Wo, U10 undersigned, haio known F.J.
Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe htm
perfectly honorable In all business transac
tions, and lliihnclaHy able to carry out any
obligations irjado hy their tlrm.
WtesT A Tuvix, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
Waldino, Kinxan A Mauvis, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces ot the system. Tistlmonlals sent
freo. 1'rlco 71c per bottle. Sold by all
How easily a man n hips an enemy In a
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
When aha waa a Child, alio cried far Caatorja,
When she became Miss, ahe clung to Caatoria,
When aha had Children, she caTO tfcem Castorla,
HEAOAOHE tf BEST sw
TORPID LIVER J LITTLE
BILIOUS I At- As.
BAD BREATH WAYS W
BAD COMPLEXION CURE V
a -.l .T I l,oiH'i cured bj
lMrVI LflLJ . Thayalao relieve DU
waei StsltV tress from Dyspepsta.In
plllLb HaUng. A perfect rem-
I I VLK Drowsiness, Sad Taste
H null ln tb Month, Coated
TOltl'ID UVEIt. The)
BsMkH regulate tha llowols
1 Price 25 Cents;
0ASTEB MEDICINE CO., HEW YOilK.
Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Price,
J. J. THOMAS & CO.,
Wholesale Ehlppers of
1000 t'uiii. Nt., meruit, C01.0
Epeclal Kates to Clubs and
B8K?f&l ULJCfllf 'rom Norvona Debility. VI.
&W EHtUal Wasting eta Send for mv
""" freellonknt Itemevlles nnd cure Tour
selvosatliocie.llr.J,Ucnnert.lia.aarkit.,Chlcai;o PNf.1 CrSillm"or"t'ln','Jl- Bin lent, work two
UIIUI.IOU boii.rorbo.rl and room SuiMl.nl
liutlusu Coll, f, iti lloor N. V. 14 U.U ar. W. I. Lar.
toon, J"iss', Omsaa, Hsu.
Both tbo mctliod and resulla wlicn
Syrup of Figs it taken; it is pleasant i
and refrcHtiiug to tho taste, and acts j
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, 1
Liver and Bowels, clcauses the sys- j
tcm cflectually, disjiels colds, head- !
aches and fevers and cures habitual j
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho 'J
only remedy of its kind ever pro- J
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ao- 8
ceptalile to the stomach, prompt in a
its action nnd truly beneiicinl in its a
cflccts, prepared only from tho most m
healthy and ajrrecablo Bulistnnces, jl
its mnny excellent qualities com- fl
mend it to all and hava mado it fl '
tho most popular remedy known. a ,
Syrup of Figs is for snlo In COo M 1
nnd 81 bottles by nil lending drug- a '
gists. Any refiahlo druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro- 11
euro it promptly for any ouo who S
wishes to try it. Do not accept M
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 1
3AN mASOISCO, CAL. 9
LOUISVILLE, Kt. HEW YORK. H.r. 9
GRATEFUL-doMFORTINQ. "' 1
"Dr thorough knoTtrtiga o( the natural lawa
whiciigOTfrnttie operations of digestion anil no g
iritlon, and bf a cnreful npnllcatlon of tho flu 1
properties of well-fetcctcd Cocoa. Mr, Kpps haa j
EroTlded our break fan tablos Uh a dellratel J
aroured bofortige which mar 'are m many heavy ?
doctors' bills. It ts tr the Judicious uvo of suen
articles of diet that a constitution ranr bo gradual
)r built up unlit strong enough t resist orerjr ten .
de tier to dlsesno. Hundrettsof subtln maladies ar
floating around us readr to attack whero erthera
Is n weak point. Womar escnnnmanrn fatal shaft
by keeping oursoUi a well fortlQed with turu blood
and a properly nourished frame. " CitHi Berries
Made f Imply with boiling water or milk. Hold ;
Only In hlf-iiund tins, by (irocors, labelled, thust
JAMES EPPS&C0., Homoeopathic Chemist I
London, England. I
Oar Well Uarhlnesara tha most r III U II la I
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ntkaUIIKAlKIt rilllFIT. TV if J!
liter jtinikii r.n hcrr Vn H VTJHP1! f
then KAILI' An rlt. 1 JiUi ' 1 ' VBll V
inches toss inches dUincttr. GfvK ffljH ' S
J.00MIS & NYMAN, Jm ct0.oBue Ki
.aSfjTsSBftkw Q r.teaistriaaeknowlf)t4 1
fssRaaijfl leading remeily for all lb E
'.cSireHliiH unnatural dlscbargea anA n
aSBBri Tn a ua. Y8.W Prlvatadlsraseaotmen. a tt
sftWusLoMa-iVsl certalacureforthpHebll? f
HsV sum BuUisrt. " tatlns; weakness peculla k
M tOMooen. . . J
IsaSI iiriwitlr I prescribe U anil feel sat I
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