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HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
Raited Cauliflower: Take any cold
reraccnta of boiled cauliflower, with
stutterer Cream ssuce may be left.
Chop the rentable, stir into it the
sao.ee and two or three beaten erps,
according to quantity; pat lit a baking
dihh, cover tbe top with bread-erambe
dot with bit of batter and bake brewa.
Ohio Farmer. . .
Stewed Beef with Tomatoes: Eury
the meat in a stew-pea with the toma
toes, and add a small on Ion chopped
finely. Seasoa with pepper and salt, a
dash of cayenne improrea it, and as
sists dijrastioo. Add bits of butter
rolled in floor. Cook an til meat is
done, and the tomatoes red need to
palp. It may be made of cold roast
beet, or veal. Housekeeper.
Orange Marmalade: . Take . large
ripe oranges (dark colored ones are
best); allow to each pound of oranges
ooe pound of loaf sugar. Peel the or
anges and use one-half of the peel on
ly. Soak the peel over night la salt
and water; next morning pat the peel
in a kettie cf water and boil until soft
tnong-h to pleree with a straw, scrape
'off the soft white part, and cut tbe puel
la thin slice. Quarter the oranges
and take out the pulp; remove the
teed, tbeu mix sugar, peel and pulp
tad boil until It becomes transparent.
St. Louis Bepublie. '
Creamed Oysters: In the interior
where fresh oysters are expensive or
ttot easily obtainable. very nice
creamed oysters may be made with the
canned goods. Put two table poo nfu In
of butter in a aauoepan; add two of
flcur and stir and cook for a moment;
add the juice from a quart can of oys
ter and about a pint of milk; stir care
fully until it comes to the boiling
point; season with salt and pepper,
add the oysters, give one boll, take
from the fire, add two beaten egg
yolks and a tablespoonfnl of chopped
parsley and serve in shallow oyster
plates. Orange J add Farmer.
Chocolate Souffle: People who are
fond of chocolate will And this a deli
cious, delicate padding. Put half a
pint of milk in a double boiler; beat
one tablespoonfnl of butter to a cream
and beat two spoonsful of flour into it.
Pour the hot milk on this, stirring all
the time. Return to the stove and
cook six minutes. Put two ounces of
shaved or grated chocolate, three
tahlespoonfnls of sugar and two of
water in a pan over the fire and stir
until smooth. Pour, into the double
boiler; add the yolks of four eggs well
beaten. When cool add tbe whites
beaten to stiff froth; pour the pudding
into a buttered dish and bake in a
moderate oven twenty minutes. Serve
hot with cream sauce. Farm, Field
FARM AND GARDEN.
GOOD SHEEP BARN.
html Thins to tta Coaaiaorad Reran)
tag Location sad CaastraeUon.
In building a permanent sheep bars
tberare several things to be consid
ered. The location should be high and dry,
facing the south, if possible, where
plenty of good, cry yard room can be
had. . . . i . t .
The building mast be so constructed
as to be free from dampness, drafts
and foul air.
A very good barn for 100 aheep of
medinm size may be built thirty by
fifty feet, either with a stone or brick
basement, ail above ground, not less
than eight feet high in the clear (and,
better, nine or ten), with many large
windows nesr the top, so arranged as
to open and close easily, and with
three doors ten feet wide on tbe south
side. These will allow teams and
wagons to pass is and out in hauling
out the manure, and should be kepi
wide open, exeept in stormy weather
and when the wind blsws In. .
The barn above may be sixteen to
twenty feet high, and can easily be
filled with hay from an end door by
means of a hay fork and track. -.-
We have two such barns one thtrtv
by forty that accommodates eighty
large breeding ewes, another thirty
by sixty-four. We are often asked
c$l CnmLcml -aTk-jL -4,
0 B O
TWEED FOR AUTUMN WEAR.
A Costaiae Had of tat repalar Material
aad a Caatrastlna Salt.
Although blueof a vivid, Intense tone
is still the shade of the year for cloths
and serges, those of us who are up-to-date
are preparing to accept a-pepper
and -salt tweed for real autumn wear
in preference to this most pronounced
color, which has been rather exhausted
in ere pons and other summer fabrics.
One or two tailor gowns seen the other
day were fashioned in this pepper-and-salt
suiting; the skirt fitted the hips
so closely as to suggest that the four
buttons which ran down either aide
the front were there as much for use
as ornament, while the basque of the
short, open-fronted jacket just cov
ered the hips, and undulated suffi
ciently to warrant a black satin lining,
which ahowed as the wearer walked.
Two vests Tent with the gown, both
double-breasted and rather low, the
one In a heavily-grained Holland-colored
pique and the other in a soft chine
silk covered with a blurred floral de
sign. The companion costume was
equally well turned out, and the com
bination of coloring just as clever, al
though not to me, personally, so gen
erally attractive aa the first. A smooth
faced bottle-green cloth was tbe mate
rial employed, and this was arranged
with a strapped seam skirt and double
breasted reefer eoat, the collar of which
waa faced with a deep magenta-colored
tniroir velvet shot with green. A sim
ilar silk lined both eoat and skirt, and
fashioned a plaited silk blouse, which
had the fullness at the neck and sleeves
set into folded bands of the velvet,
while the waist looked very smart en
circled by a deep black silk elastic band
fastened with large glided hooks and
ejea, N. Y. Advertiser.
Baby Bath Blaaket.
A pretty blanket, either for the bath
or for a carriage afghan, is made of
double Germantown wool in white and
' blue, or white aad pink. - With a coarse
crochet hook make a long chain and
work la single crochet, taking up only
the back loop of the stitch to give a
ridged effect. At the seventh stitch of
the chain .put In two stitches, and at
the fourteenth aklp a stitch and so on
throughout. This alternate widening
and narrowing .makes a series of van
dykes which are very handsome.
Three ridges of white and three of the
color alternating look well, and no
fringe ia necessary. This work is easy
and pleasant and quickly done. If tbe
workers prefer knitting to crochet, a
similar blanket may be made on ordi
nary woodea needles by Vnitling the
body of the btanket of white, and hav
ing two or three narrow rows of the
color at top or bottom.. In changing
from color to white, and back again,
put the thread over the needle and knet
two stitches together throughout the
row; this does away with a rigtit an.1
; wrong side, and makes a row of loop
which are quite ornamental. Boston
Fluid WaaUeaata for FalL
Tailor-made walstcoatsof heavy plaid
silks are selling in the shops. They
are rather startling in color, aad are in
be the enrly fall substitute for the pop
ular lihirt waist. Those waistcoats are
fastened with small black or gilt bat
tons. Tbey will do much toward tank
leg the serge outing gown permissiMi.
U town until tbe fall free is par
brTsd, Eos'-on Globr-
ienocito flax or sukkp babs.
why we did not build them wider. I
answer that fifteen feet on each aide
is far enough to move the hay dropped
in the center, and a wider barn would
be harder to ventilate. Our hay doors
are m tbe end, are twelve feet wide by
fourteen feet high, and hung at the
bottom on heavy hinges, have a staple
and ring near the top on the inside to
which a rope is attached to fasten to
the hay-carrier to lower and ralss the
door aa needed.
Where atone and brick are scarce
and expensive, the barn can be all
frame except a foundation, which
should be as high aa the manure is al
lowed to accumulate.
Twenty-four-foot posts can be used
and the first eight feet, taken for tbe
sheep stable and the balance used for
tbe bay barn. If ensilage to wanted it
can be built longer, and as much at
one end used or a silo aa to necessary
to supply tbe flock with a succulent
ration each day.
It to a good plan to build in the form
of an L aa this gives shelter from the
prevailing winds, yet there to one ob
jection to this lack of yard room.
The thirty by fifty-foot barn with
three wide doors can be divided into
three apartmeata, with long feed racks,
or with movable panels of fence where
the round racks are used. Two or
three hay dhutes should run up through
the ceDwerof tbe barn; these should be
boarded an, with doors on sides that
ahould be kept ahut when not feeding;
these act as ventilators and should
pass up to the ventilators in the cupolas
on the roof ef the barn.
To illustrate the ground plan of such
a barn 1 give tbe accompanying dia
gram. S .
AAA: Compartments of barn six
teen and two-thirds by thirty feet.
BSD. Yards thirty by sixty feet
(The middle one will be aa much less
sixty feet long as to taken off for path
way to watering place not more than
ten feet) '
CCC Doorkof barn ten feet wide.
DDDD. Oatea to yards.
EE E E E EE. Large windows.
F F. Chutes for hay and ventilator.
O. Well or watering trough for all
rds. I ;
H II. Better, place for watering
I I L Round! feeding racks If panels
of movable fence are used to form 'he
In stormy aid windy weather this
barn ahould be Closed ion the side or
sides from which the storm ocmes and
opened on the 'opposite sides, giving
plenty ef fresh kir at all times.
Our thirty by forty, foot barn men
tioned above, frith eight and . a-half
foot atone baseifeent aad sixteen foot
hay barn abovi. aided with matched
dressed sheeting, cost us about four
hundred dollar, and' one ten feet
longer could be built for five hundred
dbllars or leas. George ' McKerrow, la
Farm, Field and .Fireside. ,
Da the Boas Knd Baltf
On account of the avidity with
which bees take salt' I had supposed
it as necessary to salt fcy horses, hogs
and cattle, says a writer. If one does
not keep a salt trough for the bees
they are apt to swarm about his stock
and well trougha aad many are
drowned; but so long as salt water is
given them they do not' go or bother
anywhere else. Where there - are
streams or ponds eonw-nieat bees,
especially if not salted.vill resort to
these for water; bet ewa there are
certain spots that seem to yield min
eral or brackisli water I they go to
suck. Thia shows their seed of some
thing more 'than ordinary pure water,
and since tbey leave all other water
ing pieces for a salty one. we can fair
ly conclude that it U best to give it
Br.r.rs and carrots can be kept In
bins packs i n dry dirt They ahould
be perfectly dry before pacliug, and if
exponed iu a close place the fames
cf buminy sulphur they will keep a
year if the dirt la which they are
tckl is cicau. !
A KOBLE FIGHT.
An EailDCut Eontnern Lawyers)
Lcnjr ConClsi wati Dlsa asa.
Twoaty-nve Years of Prosperity, Adver.
slty aad Salfertnc. Tko eras Tie.
tory Woa by artaaea Ova a
Prvm thl AJUaia. Ba.:,Coniiititm.)
Foremost amona: the best known lawyers
and fanners of north Carolina stands Cot
lasso A. Sugg, of Greenville, Pin Co., a
nun who has been on the ven of eternity
and whose life had been measured by min
utes. "It has been twenty-two years since I be
came a resident of this town," said CoL
Bug, ia telling his story to a reporter,
"eves then tbe first symptoms of Gravel
were asserting themselves but were slight
Gradually, however, my disease' developed,
and fight it as I would it seemed to gain a
stronger foothold day by day until my mis
ery was complete. For sixteen years I
never knew what it was to be free from
pain, not pain as aa ordinary man thinks of
it but agonLdng, excruciating, unendurable
pain. Tortured from head to foot, at times
thrown into spasms when it would requlr
tbe suited strength of four men to hold me
until I was stupified with stimulants and
opiates. IootUd not sit, lie or stand la any
one position but the shortest tune. Sleep
was out of the question unless brought about
by the strongest stimulants or opiates. Ok
bow many, many times have I thought o!
putting an end to that Ufa of suffering. Bui
then my mind would revert to my wife, my
children, my borne, and I would restrain ay
hand with the hope that some other meant
of escape would be offered. I searched the
archives of medicine for relief. Doctors
were consulted, lithia waters, mineral
waters, drugs, opiates and stimulants of all
aorta were tried without avail. Why 1 sent
dear to the West Indies for medicine and
yet tbe result was the same.
"I kept at my work aa long as I could but
nature gave way at last and I succumbed to
the inevitable. My entire nervous system bsd
been shattered by the stimulants and opiates
I had taken, my blood had actually turned
to water, my weight had dropped from lit
pounds to 123, sod it seemed to everybody
that the end was in sight Why I could not
bear the gentle band of my wife to bathe
my limbs with tepid water. I waa simply
living from hour to hour. I had made my
will, settled my business and waited for the
tost strand of life to snap.
"It was at this time that a somewhat simi
lar case aa my own was brought to my
notice. This man had suffered very much
as I had, his life had been despaired of ai
mine had and yet he had been cured. Thins
what that little word meant to me
CURED. Tbe report stated that tbe work
had been accomplished by a medicine knows
as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
I investigated the report thoroughly ant
found that it was true in detail.' Then I pre
cured some of Dr. Wil hams' Pick Pills anc
began taking them and began to ge
better. I began to sleep like s health! a
child, sound, calm and peaceful. My appt
tite came back and m y nerves were soothe
and restored to their normal condition and
felt like a new man. But the greatest bleat
mg was the mental improvement I bega
to read and digest to formulate new plant
to take interest in my law practice, whict
begaa to come back to me as soon as mi
clients realized that I was again myself.
After a lapse of 10 years I ride horseback
every day without fatigue.
"That Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills saved mj
life is beyond doubt and I am apreadi&i
their praise far and wide."
Inquiry about tbe towa of Greenville sub
stanUated the above facta of Cob Suggi
case, and that many otbera are being bene
fited by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Psle Peopk
are considered an unfailing specific for suet
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paral'
sis, St Vitus' dance, scUUca, neural, a,
rheumatism, nervous headache, tbe after Jt
fecta of la grippe, palpitation of the heart,
pale and sallow eo mplexlons, that tired feel,
ing resulting from nervous prostration; all
diseases resulting from vitiated humors in
the blood, such as scrofula, chronic erysip
elas, eto. : Tbey are also a speoiflo f of
troubles peculiar to females, such as sup.
pressiona, irregularities, and all forma of
weakness. In men tbey effect a radical curs
in all esses arising from mental worry, over
work, or excesses of whatever nature. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all dealers,
or will be sent post paid on receipt of price,
S0 cents a box or 6 boxes for tiao they are
never sold in bulk or by tbe 10J) by address
ing Dr. Williams' Medici no Co., Bcbeneo-tsdV.N.Y.
Keep Off she Grass, '
Some park policeman lately clubbed
a party of ladies and gentlemen for
walking upon tbe grass in Central
park. "They're killing men and women
thero for wearing off the green."
A Friend What ails Mrs. Akehardt,
Friend I am unable to diagnose
definitely at this time
"Why, haven't the winter styles In
diseases been announced yet?" Truth.
The .tV roes' Door.
Girl (Jokingly) I'd like a place whera
111 have everything I want, nothing1 to
do and no one to boas me.
Clerk This, raiss. to an employment
oGce, not a matrimonial agency. N.
Tho Woman 111 be ready In just one
Tho Husband Then 111 have time to
run down town and get shaved before
we start, love. Puck.
Where Do FaUad.
Hobbins Dltfbcb to a genius.
Bradford Can do anything, I sup
pose? Bobbins Tes, anything except make
a living. Truth.
Gas No Koodoo.
Dentist What! You dont want gas)
Yon insisted upon having gaa the last
Victim -You haven't been .eating
onions this time N. Y. Weekly.
Looked That Way.
Forrester Docs Howler's wife prac
tice her pieces at home before singing
them in the choir?
Lancaster I baagine so. Howler
never poes to chcrch. Life.
' Fcrjuson Miss Ilihstrikes to quite
a stately girL She takes after her
Cankinson Yes, and when I go there,
blamo him, he takes after mcl Chica
- A Mapld Ttsaa. '
"What kind of a time did yon hart
at Miss Beacon's literary soiree?" .
"Oh, stupid. None bat clever peoplt
there." Sate Field's Washington
A Kesaar Titloea,
"I understand," said the detective,
"that you had a dew to the where-
boats of Crackles, the famous crirn
inat" "Yes," replied the brother officer; "a
slight one." '
"What was itr
"A man came to me and raid that he
waa Crocklee, and wanted to give him
self up because he was tired of eluding
"What did you dor
"Nothing. Be couldnt prove his
Identity." Washington Star.
"Swlggles books are very well spoken
of, are they not?" asked the timid-looking
"Yea, sir," replied the bookseller.
"Some of the critics praise them
"And I suppose there will be a pretty
active demand for them in time?"
0."yes," said the dealer. After
Swigjjles is dead everybody will be
wanting to read them."
The timid-looking man went softly
away. Be waa 8 wiggles. Chia go
. Tlie rook to the only bird that re
pairs bis nest in the fall. The aame
birds use tbe same nesta year after
year, and just before' migrating they
touch np their nesta and put them in
order for the winter. .
' N YORK. Nov. , 1
CATTf.K Natlm S leers f t u A
COTTOJt M. Milling
PLOOIl Winter Wheat t S O
OOKN-No. .. ....... ... O
PORK NevMoas M W at I
BfcKVKS Shipping- Steers... I0 O
Medium (a A
HOGS Fairto Select..... 4 t
SHKKP t'airtnCaotoe t 00 a
t'kOUIt Patents t
Fanoy to Kxtra do.. !W Q
WflEAT No. fled Winter
COUN No. t Mixed ... .. .. O
OATS No. 1 ..
TOUACCO Less IM k 1
Leal Biirley....... TOO (II
HAY Clear Tlmottiy lit ft I
UCTTKIl-Ctaoloe Dairy. I ft
t'.iiUS FrenQ ... O
POUK Standard Mem (how). U SO I
IIAOOS-CtearKih. T &
UAUO Prims Steam .... O
. V OHICAUU
t m a
HOOS Pair to Choice ....
SHKKP fr'alr to Caoiae. ..
t'UXJit Winter Patents.
WUKAT-No. spriBg- .
. No. feed.
OATS No. i .... a
POUK Moas (ue-v) 11 87H3
CATTtE Shipping- Steers.... I a
HOGS Ail Grade 4 )' &
WHKAT No Itod ! a
OATS No. H
CO UN No tih
rLOCR-Hlgh Qiaos t 4ft a
COK.V No. M a
OATS Western a
HAY-Cboloa M Is 00
PORK New Moss..... ..
WHEAT No t Red
COKN No t Mixed S4 a
OATS No. t Mixed (New).... kt
PoilK New Mens IS 10
BACON Clear rio 7X't
COTTON MI-MUok .... 4
A SeJOpte Package (4 to 7
7b muy one undittg nrnmt mnd mddrcu to
lit en postal card.
ONCE USED THEY
ARE ALWA YS IN FA VOR.
Hence, onr object in senditf them out
ON TRIAL as
They absolutely enre Sick Headache, Bil
iousness, Constipation. Coated Tongue. Poor
Appetite. Dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the Stomrch, Liver and Bowels.
Don't accept some smistUuU said to be
"just at food."
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It easts yott ABOUT the same.
HIS profit it in the -just as good."
WWEJSE IS YOURS f
Address for Pace ttaiu.
w'erWs Dispensary Medical AisocUtios.
Ma, t6t Malm St, BUFFALO, K T.
The latest inve3tigatio;i3 by
the United States and Cana
dian Governments show the
Royal Baking Powder supe
rior to all others in purity and
Statements by other manufacturers' to
the contrary have been declared by the
official authorities falsifications cf ts
ROYAL BAKIfMl KWOCR OO, TH WALL IT, NCMMTOVK.
V &- J
Am As-rteultwral Past.
Farmers are perpetually grumbling
at the annoyance of sorrel, and have,
after many experiments, found lime
and potash their best assistants in ex
terminating this weed. In some .way
tbe idea has become prevalent that the
alkaline properties of these two sub
stances have something to do with de
stroying the sorrel. This to true only
because they stimulate other and
stronger plants. Clover sown over a
sorrel field and liberally fed with lime
and potash will soon make auch a vig
orous growth that the sorrel will stand
no chance of life, being actually crowd
ed out of existence. N. Y. Ledger.
Doat You Soef
That vapor creeping up from the marshy
lowlands. Itisladened with the seeds of
chills and (ever. Do you thick you can
breathe these without danger! Not much.
Protect yourself with Hostettor's Stomach
Bitters and yon will be safe. Or if you find
dyspepsia, rheumatism, inactivity of tbe kid
neys or liver, or constipation coming on
apace, use this thorough aad beneficentsale
Mistress "I think you handle those fin
china dishes vere carelessly." Domestic
"Dont worry, mum. They are so light thst
tbey wouldn't hart even if I dropped 'em on
my toes, mum," . x. yveeaiy.
A max who used to keep a dfrar store re
cently went into tbe butter business. He
stagsered his first customer by asking if he
would have it "medium, mild or strong."
Jnxsox says the jrirl wboseadorw trfbr
be loves every hair in ber bead wiii be fooiml
If she thinks be won't kit k lute a bay steer
if bo snould happen to nud any of t -era inv
tlie biscuit after toey we married. i)aSak
Get Dt 8mt "By tbe w.y, Eostetter,
bare you two fires for a teal" Eoste'-ter
"I have. " OusDe Smith "Tbeu tend me
ase of 'em. "Texas SJtiogs.
ru can eas?y h ST-tbci J
you only irr M vptm it.
Tbey are mad ore-irf snJ i
hetri (if .ineveryxwiei;' 4 '
rtti prtei'ifrcw MO yj.
Theml.iaJ kevilJiti i
svara5n.j-tTiwi na ' .
f-iamite. f ; nM- id mrrcfci.u I
everYtwr bam ie
umtrrr mmi t ssn . n mvu
0 - f ( .; ' i.t. M m -. . -.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
V THE COOK HAD NOT USED
QOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS,
SAPOLIO SHOULD BS USID in every KITCHEN
Ws aaod TWENTY or M0RB orinal Ml
striking e-w'.sna for KepBper Adyrti
m.nts of cuAisrrrn or'. tl m-
lacuirors, Tt. ti. K. t airtxmk Cwwr, n
tboriso as to pay TEN DALLAS. S EACH IT
approved drawings witii uppnpraio rau
ing or$5.maacfe fur decides or vMrt'cf m
teronly. IhisoOerlsopen toaii. Ib.ocic
petition wld eioM Desember 1. As soon as
pout bl. altar tia data ill p y f or aouepu
ed designs and rwtnrntb.otnara. Remember,
for eomploto, aocptabio advarbasnMafcs
$10 Each i
D tract leas. Max. drawlnc wl h blaek Ink
on baavy w!!U pener, oreard bourd, DoUio
work laoutiiao. kUaoormto sbading WUI not
prtntaelL Huaeei. paper. will biour lne-
sqnaro. Draw to large' act le Ifyoa prefer, bet
bav. dec'sn aquare. IhoiJeals inootimpor
tant. If tht 1 rood w.caa have 11 rdi-awa
andstlilglT. yoaeradit Ayold ioiry. (i
upon ad.inruirrrvi irako yoaba;-tbe artic'
PolotA-CLAU trra U a pnro, b.3b-rac
Stfr mcde lor lanndry and gorul hmim
noidttsa alirorlio whorererkDo.n. , -tth
gensroos prsiso. Koid by ail growrs, wooia
sal.andr.bill. Do yonr tat, and sand rasolts promptly.
N. W. AYER 4 SOM,
Newspqwr Advertij!ng Jwis,
oisgSis and older,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lecgs, General Debffitj and
all forma of Emaciation are speedily cored by
CSoasomptivEa olrsja find greai relief ty taking it, and
consumption is cfleu cured. Yo othsr nosrishment restores
atrength bo qxdclly and eSjctiveJy.
Week Cabbo end Thin Chl'drcn
are made eirong and robtsst ly Scott's Emtlion when o'Jier
form of food seea to do then no good whatever.
Tha only genaina Scott's Esulsion ia put up ia talMn
ccltrrtd vrrefper. Hefr.se chorp aubstltctss!
SmJ Jsr fami-L'rt en Z:ifi Emiiieu. FKEZ.
Csott at Eow no, K.T. Atl Dru- Ttst. C3 cenla enl SI.
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