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When enkeu are taatlu without youst
or epip, soda and powder biting tho sub
" BtituU'S, they require quick bnkine In a
moderately hot oven, and should Lo
drawn directly they arc dono or they ret
mado with ono pound of flour, etc., tho
tinio to lo allowed In baking would bo
from Inllu tn lifttf miniitiu nf f)u nut.
eido n"t more than ouo hour. Veast
w ( a, a . u i. aa ...u J . a
cakes tako longer, say from ton to lif
toi;n minutes, and will bcnrbidn;; li ft in
tho oven rather over tho tiino witliout
much injary. Very rich cakes, In whinh
butter and eggs preriuniiimt.it, take, of
cottnw, very mueo longer umo u cook,
a pound cako taking from an hour and a
half or two hours, and a hrido cake three
and a half. On no account should an
oven bo too hot when the cake is put in
that is, hot enough to brown at once;
If so, in five minutes tho whole out.sido
will bo' burned and tho interior will
ot.'ind little chance of beingcooked. Tho
old plan oi lochng tho tiaiuilo of tho
oven d(ior to test tho heat Is not always
successful; if at the end of that tiino it
id of a rich light brow n tho cako mat bo
put in, but if bumod the heat must lirst
A Michigan Liar,
"Let's sec, they raise some wheat In
Minnesota, don't tliev?" asked a Scho
harie granger of a Michigander.
"Raise wheat! Who raises wheat?
No, sir; decidedly no, sir. It raises itself,
Why, if wo undertook to cultivate wheat
in that Stato it would run us out. There
wouldn t be any plaeo to put our house."
"But I'vo been told that grasshoppers
tako a good deal of it."
"Of course they do. If they didn't I
don't krunv what wo would do. Tho
cussed stiUTwoulU run ull over tho State
and drive us out choko us up.,. These
grasshoppers aro a God-send, only there
ain't half enough of them."
"Is that w heat nice and nluninP"
"Dump! Why, I don't know what
you call plump wheat, but there are
seventeen in our family, including ten
servants, and when wo want bread wo
just go out ami fetch iu a kernel of wheat
and hako it."
"Do you over soak it in water first?"
"Oh, no; that wouldn't do. It would
swell a little and then wo couldn't get it
in our range oven."
A lady at Hamburg; tho other day
ripped open a wool-stulled needle cush
ion which she had used for thirteen, years,
and inside found 1,016 needles.
Out iu Kansas they havo "cracker"
saloons. A man buys a cracker, and tho
gentlemanly salesman throws in a drink
Trcas. Story, of tho Massachusetts
Charitable Hyo and Ear Infirmary, an
nounces that lf.52,6CO has been subscrib
ed toward tho fund of lUO.OW needed to
continue the charity.
A French surgeon has mortally offend
ed the dueling world in Paris by going to
a recent meeting on tho field of honor
with nothing but a piece of court plaster
in his vest pocket.
.Sanitarian "How can you obtain tho
statistics for idiocy for this country?"
Oh, that's easy enough. Find out how
many persons havo paid 25 cents for
A vein of copper 8 feet wide and very
rich, has been found At tho depth of 74
foot, on the Kussoll farm, near Monterey
Springs, Adams county, l'a. Work of
developing will begin at once.
A vein of coal eight feet thick has
boon reached in tho Dorrnnee shaft,
Wilkcsbarro, at a depth of ;Vr feet. It
is expected tho Iialliuioro vein will bo
reached at from 400 to 500 feet deeper.
A young man of 19, a carriage-maker
by trade, for a wager of 1,500 francs,
recently walked, without stopping, com
pletely round Paris, in three minutes
less than three hours. Tho distance is
close upon thirty English inil
"Pa," asked Fogg's hopeful the other
evening, "what kind of combs do they
uso to curry chickens with?" "Cox
combs," replied Fogg, promptly. Fogg
6ays ho believes in always answering a
child when you can.
When a sculptor digs out a statue that
is too bad for anything (dsn, ho can,
generally, by labeling it with the name
of some deeeased statesman. Induce con
gress to buy it and set it up in Washing
ton to scare horses.
Fogg can say a neat thing when he
wishes. When Miss Frankincense asked
him, pointing to a mirror, what he
thought of bur pier, ho replied: "I think
that in it alone can you find your peer
Tho famous bell that sounded the sig
nal for the massacre f St. Hartholomew
from tho steeple of Saint Oerniain 1'
Auxerrois is in possession of tho Corno
dio FrancaU1, and has been employed in
Alfred do Mussel's "JJarbarine," which
was recently produced at that theatre.
"I dunno' a heap 'bout poultry," said
old Uncle IV to when they wero discuss
ing the (potion of tho day at tho mar
ket, "hut do sweetest chicken Fso ever
cat was drawn. It wiw drawn fru do
winder of a chieken-houso in do dark of
Alawjer once said to a countryman
in a liiuock-frock, who was undergoing
his examination in the witness-box: "You
iu a smock-frock, how are you paid for
lying?" "Less than you are, unfortun
ately,'' was the reply, "or you would be
in a smock-frock, too."
Tho damage done by rats on the public-
slaughter houses of Paris represents
an annual loss to tho city of 50,000 franc.
It is impossible to cxtttriniiiaUi the do
etructivo animals. All that can b dune
Im tn thin 1)ulr L i;..i ,
I , " iiii.ii; now nun
again by organizing monster battues.
... . ..i.j imiuiu, uu: son oi August
lioluiont, represents a Long Inland dis
triot In congress. His traiu of charac
ter uro mentioued as contrary to tlmso
UKUttlly looked for in a rich man's son.
Ho is extremely modest and as studious
it a bookworm. Ho Las no liking fur
society, but is a good lawyer and a hard
Tho last French census returns show
an alarmingly small lucreaso in the pop
ulation sineo the previous census was
taken In 187Q. Tho total population.
f,..,. ,l,...ln,., A I... -.1.1
, J . fi .. WiU I. u I
nnieii oinv not iiinmucci ih rmui ...
down at D5. 4 97,683, among whom must
ha reckoned noarly a million foreigners.
Tbe increase ulace 1976 la only 884,073.
Jefferson Davis Is said to huvo receiv-
ed 121,000 from tho sale of bis book
about tho confederacy.
Ah Sam, of St Louis, having amim
ulaU'd 2,0X) in tho washec-washoelino,
is about to return to China to marry his
old sweetheart, whelms been writing lum
letters in tea-chest characters, but who
refused to marry him until ho had made
Eighteen years of Incessant headaeho
wcro endured by Andrew J. Miller, of
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ti unco, iy. rmrgeoiis muiiy nuieu
part of his skull, and thus relieved tho
pressure which had caused tho trouble.
lie was warned to stay quietly indoors
for a month, but ho was too jubilant
over his freedom from suffering to obey,
and went on a sprco, which caused his
Queen Carolino of Saxony, who is in
delicate health and is going to try tho
climate of Mentono at tho same tiino
with (Jueen Victoria, is the last renre
sentativo of tho house of Wasa. This
lady once camo near being empress of
franco. Her hand had been asked in
marriage for Napoleon 111., and court
intrigues alone prevented her from being
advised to accept tho oiler.
Fntti's latest musical protege Is a vil
lage shoemaker, whom sho found sing'
ing melodies among tho mountains of
Italy. Sho has enabled him to removo
with his family to London and topursuo
ins studies. Iho great prima donna de
clares that his voico is so .extraordinary
mai "even ttiat of Mario would havo
seemed of small account by compari
A Walla Walla comedy had a featuro
in it that was not down on tho bills. Tho
man who sustained the principal part
was a soldier, and left iruard duty with
out permission to tako his part in tho
play. At an interesting point in tho
proceedings tho audienco was olectrified
by seeing a squad of armed soldiers
march upon tho stage and arrest tho fun
ny man. Ho was immediately rotircd
to tho guard houso.
Mr. Edward A. Freeman savs that ho
has been too well treated in this coun
try to say anything bad about it, and ho
adds: "Thoro is littln use in saying any
thing of the good. There is littlo diil'er
enco, though, between England and
America. Ono would see more of a
change between England and Scotland.
Your country here is a great one."
Speaking of tho "English renaissance"
and of Mr. Wildo to a reporter of The,
Cincinnati Emuircr, Mr. Freeman said:
"I never heard of Osear Wildo until I
reached Huston. Ho may bo a great
swell in England, but I never heard of
A piteous reminiscence of Mr. Long
fellow is related by Mr. O. W. Childs,
who several years ago entertained tho
poet at a dinner in Koine. He was walk
ing to the dining-room with Mr. Childs.
ami on their way through tho corridor
of tho hotel they passed a series of light
ed wax candles placed in candelabra
surrounded by flowers. Mr. Longfellow
immediately shaded tus face with his
hand and begged his companion to
Hasten his loot-steps, it was through tho
llanie of a lighted candle, when in tho
act of melting sumo sealing wax, that
Mrs. Longfellow was burnt to death.
Fifty fears ago physicians in New
liedf ird, Mass., wero paid a fee of CJ
cents per visit. A few years later tho
price rose to 25 cents a visit, including
free medicine. In 1830 an advance was
made to 50 cents, which brought forth
an outburst of indignation from the peo
ple, and the medical fraternity were ol
iiged to explain that if they received
pay from ull of their patients they might
lie able to gain a livelihood, and some
thing besides, from their old prices. 15y
tho time people becaino reconciled to
this advance another was mado to $1,
and then again to $2, and in some cases
more. This is the history of tho profes
sion in nearly all of tho Massachusetts
cities and towns, and is said to account
for the favor with which patent medi
cines urn regarded there, people prefer
ring to doctor themselves rather than to
submit to what they term ruiuou..
A. T. Stewart's Factories.
Tho Into A. T. Stewart acquired a
great deal of factory property, gays a
Now York letter. It was his mania to
do everything himself. Ho began as a
retailer, but soon became an importer.
Then his ambition extended to the man
ufacturing business. He did not like to
tako anything at second hands, or, in
other words, ho could not bear the
thought that any ono should make any
thing out of him. Ho wanted all tho
prolit himself. Hinco, had his life been
spared, he would not only have manu
factured goods, but havo gone to raising
wool, and also silk, and, perhaps, co
ton. Thoro was, indeed, no end bi
greed but death, and tho latter not only
broke up his rapacious plans, but left a
huge burden on his successors. They
found a half dozen factories, each need
ing management, and as they did not
pOSSesS Stewart's iri'llilm. Mlrll Imnanin
ah e cnlianl. Aft..r
lesson of loss, they stopped tho factories
and determined ti h1I tlu.ni Tliiu
however, was very diflicult. Stewart
t.n.l 1...... . . .
linn oeeoino a nianuiaeturer during the
inllation, paying' high prices for tho
l"oi'i-ny, urm ms successors objected to
the inovitablo loss. After six years of
delay, however, they have resolved to
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j u anno mg uu incum
brance, Hfncfi Dm llnf
havo tai'f'M closed imt..
Soon follow. Thev urn uitnntn.l !,. .li
ferent places, and when tho change of
ownership takes place they will bo ro
opened und made prolilable. Tho Stew-
nil cuiiui gives signs oi general decay.
Iho Vast wholi'Mlfn wnreluiiikn lino ut,....l
JMiipty for nfarly fivo years at an annual
hi inn .Tii, insurance and taxes of
100,000. The retail trade, as well as
tho wholesale, has declined, and tho
project indicate that this Ih only tho
beginning of tho disruption of an im
mense estate which has been of no pub
Keep nursing ewes by themselves and
give scalded bran or oatmeal daily.
Sugar beds or potaU.es, sliced nnd
sprinkled with a quart of middlings or
bran for each ewe, will produce abun
dant and rich milk. Keep lami where
they will Imvo plenty of sunshine. When
rough, shedd v wool appears In the fleeces
or the wool drops oil in leks. the hhoep
are not healthy, or tho food has been too
?i ,l?lU" Sl0P 11,0 common!
and givo them bodjo liusucd oil-cako
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
If you fool dull ilrovrny, duMllUUid' hive frrqiiont
htailiuhii, moimi iHif "'ny. i't MMm.i mm
loni'i.u cimicd, Ju Bru KUllorlng from torpid llvur.
or lillliiunii'M,'' and doiIiIiib will cure you no i'd
ll y and piTmnnenlly to ttiko Sluimotii Liver IWg
nl ittor or Med cino.
The rheRiMwt, purest
lid lierl family ini'd-
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for all ilim'Huutiof Iho
Uv'T, Humiich mid
Kt-idllMto thj Liver
and prevent '
C'HII.I.H AM FR-
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No'lilne I o iiiiplfunt, nothing no common a
had breath, and Iu nearly every ca-tu It comcii Ir-ira
the ruiimtr.il, ami fun lie cp mniiy currecieu 11 you
will tiikeSlmtiiou l.iver ui'KUiumr. uo mi neK
leet Kiinuru a remedy for thia repulsive disorder,
It will bIho iiiiprou- your Appetite, Complexion,
and General llmlth
How many Hiiff'T torture day after day, making
life hurtle mid rolit.ttiK exigence ;of all pleasure
owiiiL' :o llieHerretfilll'urliii? from Pllea. let re
lief is ready to the bandol almost any one who will
use sTsteinnticdllv the remedy that has peruiai.cnt
ly cured thousands. tUmu.oiis' l.lver lteijulator, l
no driihtic violent puree; hut a K:ntlo as-intant to
SIIOri.D nol hu rej-arded aa a trifling
ailment in fnrt nature demands the ut
most regularity uf tho bowels, and any
deviation frum tills demand pavea tho
wav often to serious dinger. It Is qttltu
as neoesary to remove impure accumu
lations fr.mthe hnwela as it la to cat or
sleep and no health can be expected
where a costive habit of body prevails
This distressing Rflllctlon occurs most frequently
The disturbance of tho stomach, arising rrora trie
Imperferth digested contents, causes a severe pain
In tho head, accompanied with dlsagreeble nausea.
and tills constitutes what Is popularly known as
ORIGINAL AXI) ONIA' GENUINE,
l'rlce $1 00, Sold by all Druggists.
Owiie' to a popular Idea thi.t a remedy said to
cure a variety of maladies should be treated with
caution. If not f u-piciou, the inventor hesitated
some time in plai in it before the public; but from
the grai if) in assurance by a ureal Dumber of the
rare vitalizing anil health renewing properties of
his preparation of Ilypophosphltcs, under a varie
ty of circumstances, he is equally satisfied that
tl.ese i tl'ccls are secured by its use, that Its action
is peculiar to his preparation, nnd that Consump
tion Is not only curable, but, up to a certain stage,
Is as easily controlled us most other organic dis
While it Is the altn of the Inventor to r.onvev In
formation to such as require h. 8 Ilypophosphilos,
it is his lirrn belief that its use will lie valuable to
all who desire a long life or who are struggling for
health. With a faith bused upon the experience of
twelv.i years, he would not despair of restoring a
patient suiiermg from Hie above named disease.
even though reduced to a verv low statu and not
complicated by actual organic loss.
1L.NT, .mk ii., .May lilth. 1880.
I.esrSir; Allow n.u to say that I esteem your
Ilypoiihosnhites" most hlnhlv. and for those en-
giiked in firofesslnns which draw largely on the
nervous system it is invaluable. I have used it my
self wit ii the most satislaciory results and have in
troduced It to a large number of my people.
KKVKKKNU H. W. 1IAIKE,
Vastur St. Michael's Catholic Church.
For Sale by all Druggists.
l'a in Cannot fittxv Wlioio
It Im Used.
Klilieiniitinn Is cured by
THOMAS' ECLK'JTKIC OIL.
A lame back of eight years standing wsa positive
ly cured by U cents wonh of
TAOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL
Common sore tbroal Is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL.
Coughs and colds ure cured by
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Asthma Is cured by
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CURES FITS. J
Curcil my lliilu Klrl of tin. HUn wn Mo ih-af tnd
ounili, but Ii Hired ln-r. hln- can imw lulk mul iir:ir u
wollMMiyliuilf. rr.nKnii, hiirliinwntcr, Wlk
llM been the tm'an.nf curing my wlfol rtir-iiriinttma.
J. U Fi-crunKR, Kurt Cwiilus, Col.
NMAH1 T.t M:itVIE
Made.iuri; cureol rii of nt( f.,r my .on.
E. 11. UaI.i.1, llluitatille, Kta.
Cured tn of urtlo. n.-nr iiu-l.i mid iti-k li-m.larh.
Mk. All. Uk.skhn. Auiuii, 111.
NAf AKIT.W .VKUVIVE
Wu tlie fni'uniof curinu my wife nf upmrn..
1;hv. J. A. Em.. Ituvur. Pi.
Curd mr nf aitthin, ft"f irndltii otit .1 iirt wltti
oilier (ictor. b. II. U'in, vvr A.ii.mjr. 1ml
Klleclul!y cured mo of iini.
TWWmt Vaiiiliin nbt. thkauu, JX
Cunvlonr ehlld of fli aft'T Klrrn up to dt h our
family iiliynk'laii. It Ii tv Int; .11, r fi In It hnurn.
lisy Ksn. V'jrvllla, Warreuto., Tcna.
Afl lltlTAN .r.ltVlR
Cured me of acrufula ft.riifr.rln fnfliriit yara.
ALuaar DIumon, 1'eoris, 1J.
Cnrd my.ouof flu, aft.'r twnMnx n. i tih ntber
doctor.. J, W. Til'ihMo.i, Clalhorn, M:n.
RAU IBITAX .VFKVIVr.
Cowd m p'nnanin'ly t tH'P' nf a 'n'ora
Cbaracmr. iUv. W. MEiii,Mi-clittiiliiuwu,Md.
Cnrd my on nf Itin. afu-r liavinrhad IMMnMctccn
mouttu. Mk K. Fo, VVV.i I'ot.dain, .S. V.
NAM AKITAM F. It V I E
Cured me of epll t"y ..f ntn! yar.1 utandtr-g.
Mi. Om.ax MtKMui u
Owuliy. NcwtuuCo., Mj.
n pfrmaneotly curd ra nf pll. py of many yara
dura:jti. . JaixiH .Si;tk. su Jxepii, Mo.
Cured me of brouctilMa. m'hmi and g-arnl d. hlli'r.
tii.ivii Mr. Iruutuo. OUla.
IlaJ rnredtuic of aailima: a i n rufu.a nf many rart
sioudliJK. I.tiy Jiwii.b. LorlnKloa, Ky.
WA MA RITA FKVIr
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taiHLI. K. Cl'RTia. (lukta.l)(.uit:iiM(.,u..M:iiU.
MAM IHITA X KYIE
Cuwd a frkiid of mm who h i.) 0vi-ia very rvl!y
M':uailO UviMi'.it. Ul w.iy, I-.,
t NAMARITA.V XFRriB
Ilai prrmkneniiy car. .1 m.-,-,u aw n-a
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