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FAKM JJSD HOUSEHOLD.
Allow no weeds to go to seed in
fence corners and around farm buildings.
Mow and burn them. Exchange.
A nut that lias got rusty on a wagon
or plougli will start easily if kerosene is
poured on it and allowed to stand a
short time. If it does not start at once
give the nut a sharp blow and pour on
a little more oil. N. Y. Herald.
The Farm, Field and Fireside
states that when turnips; potatoes and
other vegetables are chopped finely and
lea to iowis tney will sometimes be
refused; but the difficulty can be obviated
,by sprinkling the vegetables with corn
One of the great secrets in poultry
keeping is colonization; separate the
cockerels from the pullets, and pullets
from the hens, one flock of hens from
another, large chicks from small ones,
and by these divisions you every time
increase your chances of success, and
avert many catastrophes that would
surely befall one great ilock together.
N. Y. Poultry Bulletin.
Very handsome wall pockets, to
hold papers, are made of plush. The
one intended for the back must he a
size larger than for the front. Gilt
head nails may be put in the sides, or
rings of brass, and the boards be held
together by ribbons laced back and
forth. A handsome bow of satin or ottoman
ribbon is effective, if placed in
the centre of the front board. N. Y.
Squash Biscuit: One pint of strained
squash, one-half cup of yeast, one small
cup of sugar, and a piece of butter the
size of an egg. Beat the squash, butter
and sugar thoroughly, add yeast and
beat again, add Hour till quite stiff to
stir with a spoon, let it stand over night,
in the morning put in gem pans, or
make into biscuit, let rise and bake.
These should be eaten while hot. T!u
Hani Steaks: Cut some slices of
raw ham, and put them into a frying-pan
with half a teacupful of water.
When the water has boiled away, and
the steaks (which should be turned) !
have become a lirht brown on both !
sides, drecUre them over with-flour, and !
pour over them the following: sauce: !
Take half ti teaspoonful of cream and . should be kept in the poultry house,
half a teaspoonful of milk, put them ' and a portion used beneath the roosts
into a sance pan with a small piece of each morning. But little, a mere dust-butter.
-a teaspoonful of mustard, and a mg of the plaster will be required,
dash of cayenne; let it just boil, and The road dust maybe used more liberal-pour
overtiie ham. Boston Transcript. ly. Aside from the increased value of
Ventilation above a clover mow, l the manure when the absorbents are
says a writer, is as necessary as it is used' e atmosphere of the poultry
above a Sugar or fruit evaporator. If J0llse 1S veiT much healthier for the
there as not open space and draught , i0s'
sufficient to carry away the moisture it 0ne,or twice a week the manure
is returned to the mow and mould is should be scraped from beneath the
the inevitable result. No ordinary roosts and stored .m barrels, boxes or
drving will prevent hay from fome other convenient receptacle, and
Wnminir mnrtv if vwirilnt.inn ie clint kept Wldei COVd' till Wanted. iSOW I
off during the sweating process. If a
hole is'cut through the floor at the bottom
of the mow, near the centre and
under:a ventilator in the roof, and a
barrel -placed over it and drawn up ss
the hay is mowed in, thus leaving a hole
from -bottom to top, evaporation will be
facilitated and the quality of hay improved.
Maldng Work Easy.
There 'is in most families a rood deal
of hard work at best; and some women
have oo icVja of trying to make their
burdens -lighter. One of the -first things
I to such women, is have
proper .utensils; you have no conception of the seed.
of the, tease of cooking with pry per j The manure from one hundred and
things, -if you have got along year after , fifty fowls mixed with nearly a ton of
year with anything. We will say that plaster and, as nearly as we could
you have had a hard forenoon; there guess, a ton of road dust, made a
been everything to do, dinner time tity of fertilizer that my tenant
drawing near, and there is still work ered equal in value to two tons of the
on hand that a few moments would phosphate which cost, delivered at our
finish- Xou have potatoes to boil, shell depot, forty dollars per ton. In plain
beans to warm over (l.ft from 3-ester- ! English, we had eighty dollars worth of
day's dinner;, tomatoes to stew, and
puddiiqg -sauce to make, Xou start in
a hurry and ransack the pantry 0 find
dishes -suitable for all these things,
Two orithree leaky tins present them-
selves. .At last you find iust one whole
one. .wow see the nx you are in.
Time is lilying along; the men will soon
be in, aind liave to stand around till
dinner is ready, as you can do only one
thing at ;a time, or rather two, for you
can boil your potatoes in a kettle.
Look at ithe other picture: You step
into your ipantry, and from a row of
bright ticisof .all sizes, you select two
suitable or your beans and pudding
sauce, and -from a shelf near by you
take a kettle right for
3'our tomstoes, and in a twinkling your
dinner is going on and you can finish
vour work, i -said vou could boil your
potatoes in .a kettle; if you are wise,
vou will uat. You can buy tin pans oi
all sizes, vrifo -close-fitting covers, that
are just the neatest and best things to
cook in you -ever used. No black
kettles to lift and wash any more for
me! For fifty cents "you can buy the
three sizes needed in a small famiry,
and for fifteem .cents you can buy three
more smaller ones without covers.
Then you nrost have a mixing bowl,
and pudding .dishes of two or three
sizes, and if any become broken or
worn out, have them replaced immediately.
If the good maxa breaks a hoe or
shovel, does he go without?
Then, finding yourself armed and
equipped, commence vn season to get
your meals. Tkere is nothing that will
frettme like getting behindhand. As
fast as one dish is .cooked and ready for
the table, wash the utensil it ivas coofad
in. When yon aae cooking
more particularly have a dish-pan 121
some convenient place half tfull of warna
eoapv irciter, and sdien ycai are done
witla dish, wash it Then, when your
baking is finished, you will aiot have a
table orsSnk full of dishes to wash.
There are two more utensil without
which no Sritchen sink is furnished a
"soap shafcer," into which you .can put
all the smaJi bits of soap and utilize
them in your dish-water with much
pleasure to yourself and saving of soap;
and an "iron dish-cloth." which 15 one
of ihe most desirable articles for scrubbing
any dish upon which cooking
material has clung and is hard to get off,
and upon whjh we have been in the
habit of using: a knife, which we all
know soon makes a rough surface, while
this disiWIoth makes it very gmooth.
B. Sawyer, in Country Gentleman.
' Vandals have defaced the monument
to Daniel Webster at iarshfield
Value of Poultry Eriure.
One of the things that farmers seldom
take into account when figuring up the
cost of keeping fowls, is the value of
poultry manure. When saved in proper
ehape it is a powerful fertilizer, and on
our farm it is considered worth as much
for the corn crop as the best fertilizers
in the market. We have given it half a
dozen trials, side by side with "phosphates"
that cost at the rate of $40 a
ton, and the corn where the poultry
manure was used always came out
ahead. For the first few weeks the
phosphate corn would be ahead of the
other, but when harvest time came, the
"other" had larger ears, better filled
out and more of them. We have also
found it valuable in the vegetable garden.
Its effects are soon apparent when
applied in liquid form to melon, squash
and cucumber vines. Market gardeners
fully understand the value of poultry
manure, and use all they can get. Mr.
Hawldns, the owner of a large poultry
farm near Boston, finds ready market
for poultry manure at $1.50 per barrel.
Last year he sold five hundred barrels.
On many farms the greater part of
the poultry manure is lost by allowing
the fowls to roost in the trees and other
places where the droppings cannot be
saved. On other farms it is carefully
saved, hut in such a way that its value
is greatly reduced. No absorbent is
used in the poultry house, and the
greater part of the ammonia, whieh constitutes
the chief value of poultry
manure, is lost long before the manure
gets where it would do the most good.
And not a few farmers who are old
enough to know better, deliberately
sprinkle ashes under the hen roosts, and
mix the poultry manure with leached
ashes, and then declare that "hen
manure isn't worth saving." It isn't
The proper way to save the poultry
manure so as to get its full value is, in
the first place, to provide a house where
the fowls can roost, and nextly to use
an absorbent to retain the ammonia.
Land plaster and dry road dust are the
best things to use beneath the roosts.
Ashes, leached or unleached, should not
oe used; they dissolve the droppincrs
and cause the escape of the ammonia.
A. barrel of the plaster or road dust
suppose might stop right here, and
leave the question of preparing and applying
this poultry manure to the "men
folks, ' but I don't want to; I never did
like to leave things in an unfinished
state, so I will go ahead and tell how
my tenant uses this home-made fertilizer.
When the time came for using the
manure it was mixed with plaster and
road dnsu enough to make it dry, fine
and odorless. A half-pint of this fertilizer
was put in the hill, a hoeful of
earth drawn ovc it, and the seed
dropped on the earth. If dropped directly
on the fertilizer the ammonia
. would be verv apt to destroy the fferm
fertilizer that cost, including labor of
hauling road dust and gravel to replace
the dust taken from the highway, less
than twenty dollars. Wonder if it
wouldn't pay farmers to start a
, tilizer factory" of this sort, mstead of
1 i i im
1 paying out so much cash tor commercial
fertilisers that often fail to benefit the
crop to the extent one would naturally
' expect from the outlay? Fanny Field,
, in Prairie Farmer.
Woodpeckers in the Apple Tree.
An observant correspondent of the
South and West tells what the woodpecker
does in the apple tree:
On a cold day last March I was attracted
by an unusual number of the
small red-headed woodpeckers about
the orchard; taking my stand quietly
behind a fence, I watched their motions.
I observed that they confined their attentions
principally to the old apple and
pear trees, particularly those that had
the roughened bark. I took an old
apple tree for the iield of my investigations,
and found they had made innumerable
little rings of small round holes
around the tree through the bark.
Being determined to find out what they
were after, I took a clasp-knife and
carefully raised the bark. I could detect
nothing for some time, but at length
I cut under the bark in a new spot yet
untouched by the birds; there I soon
came to several dark-colored little
lumps, which upon carefully opening
and examining, I found to be little
brown worms, closely enveloped in silk
and seemingly fast asleep. Looking
still further, I found many more, some
even advanced to the chrysalis state.
Here then was the attraction for the
often maligned woodpeckers; they were
after the worms that were destroying
the tree, and, instead of injuring them,
as so many people think, were destroying
their enemies, and thus benefiting
A business man permits a clerk to
steal from him for three or four years
without detection, but finds fault with
the detective who can't nab a thief within
twenty-four hours. The modern
criminal is educated, keen, tricky, and
a good deal of a detective himself. He
plans well, covers his tracks carefully,
and is not to be laid hands 0x1 like an
estray horse. Detroit Post.
That young man musthave had unlimited
confidence in the correctness of
his diagnosis who advertised in the San
Francisco News-Letter for a position ad
editor. He says his "capabilities are,
.. tlimiori lie
l-W M w.... w.
understands that business thoroughly. )!
The "well known' '-'drop
dently tried with success on ,a Brooklyn,
bank depositor, developed an anecdote
that is told of Judge David Davis. The
Judge was making a deposit at a Washington
bank, and stood counting a large,
pile of money at a desk. A well-dressed
young man stepped up, and with a bow
and a smile, said: "Judge, you have
dropped a bilk" Sure enough, there
lay a clean, crisp, genuine two-dollar
bill at the depositor's feet. ''Thank,
you," blandly, answered the Judge,
placing his ponderous right boot over
the bill on the floor, and calmly, resumed
his counting. The sharper, taken aback
by the coolness of the proceeding:, disappeared,
and the Judge was two dollars
ahead by 'the transaction'. 2V. Y. Sun.
The ascent of Mont Blanc was accomplished
the other day by a young
Irish lady of fifteen. Earlier in the summer
a Norwegian damsel named
performed the same feat, but she
was a year older than the maid of Erin,
who can now boast that she is the
youngest of her sex who has ever reached
the highest among European summits;
The very latest fashion in dinner
plates is square in shape, beautifully
hand-painted. N. F. Times.
Advance Step In Dentistry.
Havana, Cuba. The most popular dentist
of this city, Dr. D. Francisco Garcia,
member of the Royal "University, states,
that in all cases of troublesome neuralgia,
arising from the teeth, his patrons are recommended
to use St. Jacobs Oil, and tb.3
most satisfactory cures have followed. It
is a specific for toothache, earache, bodily
pains, and proof against household acci
Fashion hints to ladies To make your.
summer bonnet pass through the fall toss
it out of the third story window. Boston
I cheerfully add my testimony to tho
value of Ely's Cream Balm as a specific in
the case of one in our family, who has been
seriously debilitated with Catarrh for tho
past eight years, having tried ineffectually
other medicines and several specialty doctors
in Boston. She improved at once under
this discovery, and has gained her health
and hearing, which had been considered
incurable. Robert "W. Merrill, Secretary
of the Phoenix Manufacturing Co.,
Grand Haven, Mich.
- ' -
To be really fashionable the lady who
owns a pug dog should wear a pug nose.
successfully treated. Pamphlet of
one stamp. Address world's
Medical Association, Buffalo, N.Y.
"When a poet prepares a long-winded
does ho measure it by the gas meter?
?oem, be a good way to get in the
"words that burn." The Judae.
are made pallid and unattractive by functional
irregularities, disorders and weaknesses
that are perfectly cured by following
the suggestions given in an illustrated
treatise (with colored platas) sent for threo
letter postage stamps. Address World's!
Dispensary Medical A'TioNsBuffalo,N.Y.
The hotel cook should be given a wide
range. JV. Y. Picayune.
Young and middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, premature old age,
loss of memory, and kindred symptoms,
should send three stamps for Part VII of
pamphlets issued by World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Pressed for time A mummy. N. Y.
Iredell County, N. C The Ex-Sheriff,
Mr. W. F. Wasson, says: "Brownfs Iron
Bitters has improved my digestion and
Somnambulism is believed to be an unconscious
trance-action. Somerville Journal.
An enricher of the blood and purifier ot
the system; cures lassitude and lack of energy;
such is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Not what it is cracked up to be A
worm-eaten nut. if. Y. Journal.
Keyser, "W. va. Dr. "W. D. Ewin says:
" Many esteem Brown's Iron Bitters as an
Good town for a bare-headed man
After long Mercury and Potash treatment,
I found myself a cripple from Mercurial
Rheumatism. Tried Hot Springs
two ears without relief, and was finally
curt ti sound and well by the use of Swift'-e
Speoilic (S. S. S.) Chas. Berg,
Hot Springs, Ark.
25c. buys a pair of Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffen
ers and make a boot or shoe last twice as lonsr.
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) has relieved
roe of an obstinate case of Dry Tetter, which
had troubled me for twenty-five years, and
had baffled all sorts of treatment.
Jisv L R. Branham, Macon. Gn.
Cincinnati, October 20, 1883.
IVE STOCK Cattle commonSl 75 2 75
Choice butchers 4 00 i 75
HOGS Common 4 00 i 50
Goodpackers 4 50 4 90
SHEEP 3 75 450
FLOUR Family 5 25 6 00
GKAIN "Wheat Lougberry red 1 08
No. 2 red 103 105
Corn No. 2 mixed 50 J4 51
Oats No. 2 mixed 30 30J4
Rye No. 2 5SJ4
HAY Timothy No. 1 10 50 12 00
HEMP Double dressed sys.
!?llO VISIONS Pork Mess 11 25 11 50
Lard Current make 7 30
BUTTER Fancy Dairy 24 25
Prime Creamery 24 27
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Potatoes per bar. from store 1 25 1 30
Apples, prime, per barrel... 2 50 2 75
FLOUR State and Western... S3 15 3 05
Good tochoice 4 40 7 00
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 spring. 1 02
No. 2 red 1 00 1 07&
Corn No. 2 mixed new 554 56
Oats mixed 33 35
PORK Mess .- 1130 12 00
FLOUR State and Western .... 3 50 4 25
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 red 98
Corn No.2 46 46
Oats No.2 27&
PORK Mess 10 40 10 50
LARD Steam 7-47 7-50
FLOUR Family $5 00 6 00
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red 1 04 U 1 05
Corn mixed 57J$ 58
Oats mixed &5 36
PRO VISIONS Pork Mess 13 00
Lard Refined 9&
FLOUR ANol S4 00 4 50
GRAIN Wheat No.2 rad.new 1 00
Corn mixed .'..... 50i
Oats mixed .- 30 30i4
PORK-MESS 13 00
WHEAT No. 2. red, new SI 00&
CORN mixed 47
CATS mixed 27
Butchers stock. 2 75
Shipping- cattle 5 25 . r
His .Successful Undertaking: and JL'scapo
from, an Impending Fate. J ,
(Buffalo, N. Y., News.)
One morning' severatyears ago, just as
the dull gray light was beginning to show
itself in the East, a small baud of men
might have been seen deployed about a
house on Ferry street, in Buffalo. There
; was nothing special eitber in the dress or
appearance of the men to indicate their intention,
but it was plain that they had'
business of importance on hand. Sudden
ly a man appeared at one of the windows,
took in the situation' at a glance, and,
swinging himself outward with wonderful
quickness, scaled the roof of the house
This man Was Tom Ballard, tha notorious
counterfeiter; and, armed to the teeth and
fully realizing his situation, he defied justice
and the officials below him. Some of
the officers, knowing the desperate character
of the man, proposed to shoot him until
he was killed, but one of the number
promptly protested, and declared that if
his brother officers would assist him to ascend
he would capture the man alive. Accordingly
he began the difficult and dangerous
task, and succeeded in bringing his
prisoner to the ground in safety.
The man who accomplished this task
was Mr. Thomas Curtini the present Super
intendent of City Police of Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. Curtiu is a man who is known by
every prominent detective and policeman
in America, and he stands pre-eminently
in the front rank of his profession. Quiot
and gentlemanly in appearance and manners,
he possesses a courage, combine!
with marked physical powers, that make
him the terror of evil-doers and the pride
of law-abiding citizens. Few people can
realize, however, tho trials, exposures, and
even privations, to which the members of
every municipal police and fire department
are exposed. Compelled to be on
duty at uncertain hours, subjected to the
most inclement weather, and often necessitated
by the nature of their duties to protracted
undertakings, they endure a nervous
and physical strain that is terrible.
Such was the experience of Mr. C.urtin in
former days ; and it is not surprising that
he found himself suffering from a mysterious
physical trouble. In relating his experience
to a representative of this paper,
"At times when I was on duty I would
feel an unaccountable weariness and lack
of energy. My appetite was also uncertain,
and my head seemed dull and heavy. I did
not fuliy understand these troubles,but supposed,
as most people suppose, that I was
suffering from malaria. I tried to throw
off the fueling, but it would not go. I
thought I might overcome it, but found I
was mistaken, and I finally became so
badly off that it was almost impossible to
attend to my duties. I have known any
number of men in the police aud fire departments
of this country who have been
afflicted as I was, and I doubt not thero
are to-day hundreds similarly troubled
who, like myself, did not know tho causo,
orreallv what ailed them."
" Your present appearance, Mr. Curtin,
does not indicate much physical debility,"
said tho interviewer as he looked at the 220
pounds of bone and muscle standing nearly
five feet eleven inches in height before him.
" O, no; that is altogether a. thing o"f tho
past, and I am happy to say that for more
than'a year I have enjoyed almost perfect,
health, although I now realize that I was
on the .road to certain death by Bright'a
disease of the kidneys and traveling at a
v;ry rapid pace."
" How did you come to recover " so. completely?" '
"That is just what I want to tell you, for
I believe it may be of great service to many
others in my profession, who may possibly
hear of it. I began the use of a popular
remedy at the earnest solicitation of a
number of friends in this city, and found
to my great gratification that I began feeling
better. . This feeling continued, and I
trained in strength an i vigor until now I
am perfectly well and wholly through the
instrumentality of "Warner's Safe Cure,
which I believe to be the best medicine
for policemen, firemen, railroad men or
any other class of people exposed to danger
or a change of weather, ever discovered.
Since my recovery I have recommended
it everywhere, and never knew a
case where it failed either to cure or benefit.
1 would not bo without it under any
consideration, and I am positive it is a
wonderfully valuable and at the same time
entirelv harmless remedy. Indeed, I see
that Dr. Gunn, dean of the United States
Medical College of New York, indorses it
in the highest terms."
"So you experience little difficulty in the
execution of your duties now, Mr. Curtin,
"None whatever. Our department was
never in better condition than at present."
"And do you never have any fear of
some of the desperadoes whom you have
been the means of bringing to justice?"
"Not in the least. Such men do not try
to retaliate, partially because they have
not the courage, but oftener because they
respect an officer who does his duty."
The policemen, firemen, letter-carriers
and other public employes in this country
have a particularly tryipg life. "When,
thorefore, a simple and pure remedy that
can restore and sustain the health of all
such men is found , it should be cause for
great congratulation, especially when
recommended by such men as Superintend'
ent Thomas rnfn. T'uffalo.
"Walnut Iear Slatr Itstorr
la entirely different from all others. It Is
as clear as water, and, as its name indicate!,
is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It
will immediately free the head from dandruff,
restores gray hair to its natural color,
and produce a new growth where it has
fallen off. It does not in any manner affect
the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of
Lead and Nitrate of Silver preparations
have done. It will change light or faded
hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy
brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each bottle
is warranted. John D. Park & Sons.
"Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Qhio, and
C. N. Crittenton. New York.
For relieving Throat Troubles and
Coughs, " Broion's Bronchial Ti'oches'1
have a wide reputation. Sold only in boxes.
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I J W W.Uiree.AddressanNsON&CoMPorUand.Me,
j or a numocror years my nas Dcca trouoica
jtlcbvqidc rheumatism, it.bcjngla some .portjon pi
hor bo&y constrmdy (except pcrhapslif the Very warmest
weather In summer. Last Chri&'mas she contracted
a vcryfsevere coW, and a diseased copdltlon of
the kidneys became manifest, which subjected her to
excessive suffering, as the symptoms of gravel became
more prominent, her urine being colored, accompanied
by a heavy brick-dust sediment.
After trying several remedies without relief, I procured
for her a bottle of Hunt's Ecmedy, which sho
commenced taking:, -and befdre three dayi'hdd passed
she became much better. . She continued jislng.tbo
medicine until she had used six bottles, and now feels
entirely cured of both rheumatlsmi and kidney complaint.
She believes her present excellent health due
solely to the use of Hunt's Remedy.
WlLMAM C. CLEAVELA2TD.
KoEwion, Cosy., Mays; 18S3.
Under date of May 14, Mr. E. A. Thomson, the well-known
grocer and provision dealer, of 73 Green street,
Hew1 Haven, Conn., writes follows: "Several
weeks since I was taken very 111 with kidney disorders,
and an axamlnatf on of my urine showe'd a very diseased
condition of my kidneys, and I had 'also symptoms
of a diseased state of my liver. The passing of
my urine was accompanied with severe palns'ln the
small of my back and loins, followed by a"burnlng sensation,
and after having stood awhile Jn, the v.esscl, the
urine showed a very heavy deposit of a sediment similar
to ground brick-dust, and, In short, I found that I
was In such a diseased condition as to require immediate
medical treatment, and as I was anxious to obtain
the best and most speedy remedy, Hooked and Inquired
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Catarrh are cream bslh
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Agreeable to use.
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