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FARM AND GARDEN.
A. New York I-ady Describes How They
Are I'ut Doun.
Did you ever watch mca laying; un.
asphalt pavement? This morning a
crowd of men are finishing-such a lave
ment in front of my window, i'irst
there apjeared, about two weeks njro,
some nu'ii with picks; and in a litlle
while all the paving1 stones were loose,
and soon they were picked up and curtcd
Xext carts appeared having coars-e
pravtl and dirt which were spread over
the street. This was left for a few day.
This morning a crowd of men appeared
with shovels, brooms and euriou!--!ook-ing-
tools. A big- pan on u ln-eis w;:s ut
at the corner. 1'uder this p:;n was a Hat
pieee of iron in which were holes; a fire
was made on this, and the pan was filled
with a soft, tar-like substance of about
the consistency of coal dust. A little
further away a pot filled with liquid
tar was placed over another
fire and was soon boiling1. This
tar the men poured from a
pail nt the point where the surface met
the curbstone; they were followed by
others who had tools like a flat hammer
liead in an iron handle, and they pound
ed the tar until it was hard, looking like
a black seam. Xow the coal-dust sub
stance was taken from the pan and put
in carts, from which it was dumped
smoking hot on to the coarse, cinder
like bed of the street. How hard end
fast the men worked in this smoking
stuff, spreading it with shovels and
smoothing it with rakes! Other men
with red-hot iron smoothers, which
they pressed on with all their mif lit;
followed the rakes. The space treated
at one time was the width of the street
and about 15 feet in length.
When the surface was smooth, twe
men appeared, pushing a heavy iron
roller. When it reached the edge of tne
asphalt, a man washed it off with a wet
cloth and it was pulled back. This
smoothed the surface, but the men
with the flat haniniar heads and the
smoothers also worked all the time at
it. Xow came the most intererting
part. An engine on big rollers ap
jieared. on which snt p. man. At hi side
was a wheel just like the wheel of a
yacht, and it was used for the same pur
pose to guide the engine. The man
moved the engine in any direction by
moving this wheel. As you can imagine,
the road was soon smooth and hard.
When the engine had passed over the
soft asphalt a few Ti-.i:es, a man a;
pcarcd with a wheelbarrow in which
was a dust exceedinly fine and a lip-lit
brown in color. This he t hrew over the
road, and it was tossed with a light
brush over the surface; then the cng:n
with its heavy rollers passed over it
and it was rolled into the asphalt.
Tar w::s poured at the edge agrsin. n: 1
the engine passed over it right again:-1
the curb. When the 15 feet of mad bed
was finished, a man with a rake broke
its edge in curves, and the engine passed
over this broken edge until there was a
slanted surface to the unl:r.::-!iei! loncxt
to be done. The reason for this was
that the joining might not show, lie
sides, if a straigiit edge was left be
tween every 15 feet, it would be a
crack, and the rain would settle in it
and destroy the road bed; by this meth
od the joining was not unlike a piec e of
dovetailing in carpentry, and the road
was perfectly smooth and unbroken.
The men examined every inch of the
surface after it looked tinished, and
every uneven place or marred place was
scraped with a knife, and the men wil h
the fiat hammer heads and the smooth
ers, both heated very hot. passed over
the place where the defect had been
until it reached the standard of smooth
ness and equality. A bevel like a nrpen
ter's bevel and a long, thin board, were
passed over the whole 51 feet to de
termine its equality. It took two hours
to finish each 13 feet of road, and about
15 men were working. They worked
like soldiers. Kaeh man had his work as
signed him, and did it as though he were,
part of a machine. When his part was
finished he stood out of the u ay of the
other workers. The horse t hat d raged
the cart in which the asphalt was carted
l:ot knew perfectly well what !: was tc
do. He backed and turned without a
word being said to him. lie had a driver,
but apparently he did not need h::n.
Asphalt is mined, and there are secra!
states in this country in which it is
found. The mines in this country have
not been worked much until the las
few years, most of the asphalt we used
being imported from Trinidad. The
industry in this country is now being
developed, as there is a greater demand
for the product. Mary Willis, in X. Y.
Step In the Right Direction.
While the movement for improved
highways bas not yet accomplish' d
what was exacted of it in some f ac
tions of the country, the agitntion of
the question lias served to eilucate
the people not only in relation to ine
value of good roads, but also as to
the means of preserving- servieeaoie
highwajy w hen once secured. It is uow
generally recognized that the use of
wagons with wide tires is one of the
indispensable aids to '.he maintenance
of permanently good roads, and the
uear future will undoubtedly witness
the practical desertion of the narrow
tire for all heavy wag-ons. Colman's
Tuberculosis In Calves.
In some of the experiments in Iowa
it is found that calves born from tuber
culous mothers, when allowed to take
milk from their mother developed tub
erculin, but when raised on milk known
to be healthy, did not becom" affected
with the disease. This has raised the
ques'ioH whether the children of con
sumptive parents could not escape the
dieae if it once remoxed from their
care. The point is an interesting one.
ns it involves the question of inherited
tendencies, and we hope that scientist
will endeavor to shed more light upon
FARM ICE HOUSE.
Vlans of One That Has Proved to Be Per
The building1 is cheaply made of
matched lumber, the two walls being
one foot apart and both lined on the
inside with tarred paper, such as Is
used for lining roofs.
Fig. 1 shows a transverse section of
the building after it is filled, and shows
the dead-air space (A) between the
walls, the ice (15) as it is piled in an l
the sawdust packing (C).
Fig. 2 is a detail of a corner, show
ing how the studding for the two walls
is arranged. This studding is three by
six inches, in order to make the walls
strong and rigid.
With these drawings as a guide any
carpenter can put up an icehouse that
will serve every purpose. I'ackingmay
be sawdust, spent tan bark, or even
chaff if nothing else is available.
The iee should be cut into regular
blocks of the same size and piled up
compactly, leaving a foot or 18 inches
between it and the inside wall. After
the ice is in the space between it and
the walls should be filled with the pack-
t ..y-i- ?-vv.-.--.--..?..
!ng material, well packed down, and if
the work is well done the ice should
The lloor of the house should lie at
least one foot from the ground and well
covered with sawdust before the ice ii
In the gables of the house there
should be two doors one at each end
to allow a circulation of air to carry off
the heat radiated from the roof.
The door should reach as high a-s
the square of the building and should
i be double, the inner one being merely
boards sawed to slip inside as the build
ing is filled and taken out as. it is
Some prefer to pack sawdust or
fli.r- ii.iti-(-il twtwein ttif. Willis tm.
the model we are describing has roth- j
im between the walls, as the dead air i
is as good a nonconductor as anything,
and if the packing gets wet it allows
the heat to enter and rots the siding.
We have known ice to be kept very j
nicely in a single-walled house, but it i
is not safe to trust it in such a one. j
lee is ulmiit as cheap a luxury as the ;
farmer can indulge in. and the one wh j
begins to store it will not soon give it i
up. Farm and Firrs:de.
SOME DAIRY DON'TS.
Don't think scrub sires can produce
choice stock for any purpose.
Don't keep calves ia dark, filthy
places and expect them to thrive.
Don't lie afraid to spend money for
a sir:" from a first-class family.
l)oi "t make your cow s drink witer
that you could not drink yourself.
Don't, feed a calf grain before its flge
is sunieicnt so. it chews a cud.
Dw;t't try to be called a large dairy
man by the number of cows you keep.
Don't keep a cow a month without
testing her to see if she pays her way.
Don't think that strainers or sepa
rators can tak soluble filth out of
Don't run or worry cows going- to
and from the pasture or in the milking
yard or stable.
Don't think to raise t calf for a milch
cow and feed it up to it time of partu
rition for a beef animal
Don't have pastures so short that
cow.-, must work every hour of th-i day
and night to get enough to eat.
Don't forget that a cow is decidedly
& creature of habit and in al! ways try
to conform to her peculiar habits.
Don't feel that your cows are wasting
time if they lie in the shade and chew
their cud for a few bouts, each day.
Don't leave cows with cracked or sore
teats day after day and then beat them
because they kick w hile being milked.
Colman's Kural World.
England Abolishes Toll Roads.
A few years ago England had 20,000
miles of turnpike roads, but it has grad
ually made them free, until now the
last toll gates have been abolished.
Free roads are desirable, but it is much
more important that a country should
first have g-ood roads, and if the toll
Ifates make the roads better they
should not be condemned. However,
the combination of poor roads and toll
(rates are too frequently foi:nd in this '
country. They are an abomination and i
should not be permitted. Troy Time.
HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
linked Onions. Iioil in salted wa
ter until almost tender. Lift out and
lay in a baking pan; salt end pepperto
suit the palate, and on each put a bit
of butter. Hake in hot oven 15
or -J minutes. When tender and
brown sci .e on a hot dish. l'rairie
l'n'.r.pkin V:v-. Pare a small pump
kin. ta!;e out the seeds, steam until
soft and press through a colander,
beat in ti!;'eeegs,tii:eetaMespoonfuis
of molasses, two teaspoonfuls of cin
namon, one of ginger, tv.o teaspoon
fuls of salt and tv.o quarts of hot milk.
If more sweetening is needed add a
little s;s gar. l.i.ke with an under crust
oniy. !:ist :: T.tid'.". t.
suet ;.-:e. a' d
(pared, cort 1 :
one-four; a p
three lemons, r
-f one pound of
r.'l pound each of
a:: I -runts, apples
1 ::(; .pcd) and sugar,
i.r candied peel,
re;!, and a little brandy
if desired. Tnis sln.ulu be made some
flays before using for pastry. Make in
buttered patty tins with tine crust and
mincemeat. Iiake well. Liverpool
Chocolate Creams. Grate half a
cake of linker's chocolate into a bowl,
place in a pan of boiling water or over
a stesiuii-.g kettle to melt. Form small
cones, cubes or any desired shapes of
the fondant and dip from the end of a
wire or long pin into the chocolate.
I'laee on well-buttered plates to cool.
If sugar is mixed with the chocolate a
very little water must be added or it
will harden too soon. Farm, Field and
To boil a potato so that it will be
white and mealy, wash clean through
several waters, pare once around; be
sure the water is boiling hard when
the potatoes are put in; add a pinch of
salt to the water, boil until they drop
from a fork thrust into them. Pour
off the v.ater. remove the lid, and let
steam on the back of the stove. If the
jmtato is a good variety, the result will
be a beaut-fiii. liaky, appetizing dish,
lit for any table.
Fairy Putter. The yolks of four
hard-boiled eggs (the whites can !e
used sliced as a garnish to the oyster
salad), one tcaenpful of the best but
ter, three heaping tablespoonfuls pow
dered sugar, one teaspoonful orange
extract or any preferred llavorijig.
Kither grate the yolks or pound or rub
t hem s!.;ioth in a bowl, mix in The soft
ened butler, then the sugar and flavor
ing. Set the mixture where it will get
cold, and afterward rub them through
a sieve. It will look something like
vermicelli. Pile the fairy butter on
the middle oi" a cake dish, cut the snow
cake in sd ices and lay it around it.
Tiny are to be eaten together like
bread and butter. Chicago lteeord.
HAIL TO THE MUFF.
Almost Ii:iIis;i-n-;ltV fart of a Fashion
There has in-cn a united effort be
tween f'.irri rs and modistes to rein
state muffs in favor. Last season bon
nets and mu:Vs to match were extreme
novelties and were worn by a few of
the uitra-fasiiionabie women. The
style was so pleasing and picturesque
that it l::.s grown in favor and muffs are
preeminently to the fore.
With ali fur capes and coats muffs
are sold to correspond and no fashion
able toilet is complete without the com
fortable adjunct. The slr:ht awkward
ness pertninit g to carrying a muff in
the hand has been obviated rf. chains
or ribbons with jeweled buckles are
used, by v. Inch they are suspended
ab':it t!ic neek.
The very latest means of carrying the
mult is by :i string" of pearl beads,
i'.road ribbons matching the hue of the
gown .-re also tied through the mtiiT
rt-.d v. iin around the u.i-k. A round,
fuil mu:'f or fur to match the wrap, of
the sa-je material, is (piite common.
Hat. cape and muff are frequently of
the same material. Almost all the cloth
muffs are trimmed v. ith lur and lace,
and are madj in ali sorts of unique
shapes and pretty styles. The flat muiT,
with t:ipie liov.ing frills of lace, satin
and cloth, is cxt-eedir.gly artistic.
Artificial iioe.eis no longer adorn the
outside of the muff: instead, a single
chrysanthemum of favorite color or a
cluster of natural roses may he fastened
high up on the l"it corner, allowing the
stems to fall at will. This iifle caprice
is somewhat aesthetic, but the effect is
When they are made- of material
other than fur. a pocket on the Hat side,
which may contain kerchief and purse,
makes them useful as well as orna
mental. So great is the variety of style in this
latest fashionable article that bits of
riblton. lace and velvet made into a re
ceptacle for holding the hands, in any
form or share, is acceptable.
Muffs need not necessarily 1m? round,
like an abbreviated bolster, but may be
Hat. In this case a few thicknesses of
cotton batting, sprinkled with a little
sachet powder. lined with satin and cov
ered w ith the desired fabric, may form
an elaborate creation. It may be sewn
toge-ther in a flat seam, which is con
cealed by a series of animal tails and
beads or by band or ribbon tied in a
fascinating bow. X. Y. World.
Wanted More Noe.
Sculptor (to the lady who has com
Missioned hini to execute a portrait
bust of her late husband) I can change
it in any particular that you may de
Widow (regarding it with tearful
eyes) The- r.ose is large.
Sculptor Large nose is an indica
tion of goodness.
Widow (wiping away her tears)
Well, then, make it larger. I'ick-Me-Vp-
It is the ti iumphof civilizationthat
at last (omteuiiities have obtained such
a mastery c 'er natural laws that they
drive r.nd control them. Th-; winds,
the water, electricity, all aliens that
in their wild form were dangerous, are
now- controlled by Human will, and pre
made useful servants.- IL W. IV.--.her. '
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
It has been decided by an Ohio court
that wives are legally responsible for
the support of their husbands when the
husbands cannot furnish the support.
The Older of the Society of Cincinnati
in Philadelphia has decided to place the
long-delayed Washington monument
at the Green street entrance to Fair
Five years after a fall through a
skylight Daniel McCarthy, of Xew
York, was operated upon and a three
inch piece of glass taken out of his arm.
After several years of tireless war
fare, and the payment of many thou
sands of dollars in bounties, the farm
ers of Uerrien county, Mich., have given
up fighting the English sparrow pest.
The night police of Girard, Pa- are in
structed to arrest all boys and girls un
der IS years of age who are found on
the streets without proper escorts after
eight o'clock in the evening.
The heaviest horse in Xew England
is said to be one owned in Somerset,
Yt., and used in lumbering on the
mountains. It is a Clydesdale, is five
years old, stands 13 hands high, and
weighs 2,100 pounds. A horse weigh
ing 1,500 pounds is noticeably big.
An Arizona prison has an extensive
apiary w hich is under the charge of
the inmates. A single hive is said to
have produced 200 pounds of honey
last year, and it is expected that the
industry will prove exceedingly profit
The nse of contrasting side sections
in skirts seems to be increasing. There
are also fronts of entirely different ma
terial. A dress of putty-colored cloth has an
Eton jacket of wine-colored velvet with
velvet sleeves and collar. From be
neath tho jacket, entirely across the
front, is a full-puffed vest of cream
nair-dressing has become elaborate
in the ext reme. Puffs, f cathtrs, combs,
nigrets, ornaments and ribbons are
mingled in what might become inex
tricable confusion were the arrange
ments less artistic.
Shades of yellow are in demand for
evening wear. A very rich costume
is cf a copper-yellow satin, brocaded
with small designs in rose ccdor and fo
liage in natural tints. The trimming
is of very open jet passementerie, w ith
a full fringe made of extremely fine
A very rich and handsome opera
cloak is made of cream-colored velour,
elaborately embroidered in silk and
pearl beads. A fringe made of ostrich
plumes falls from the lower edge, and
the shoulder cape is similarly trimmed.
The hood is edged with the trimming,
'snl enormous bow s of satin ribbon are
set on at the front and back.
THE WESTERN STATES.
There are only M0 Chinamen in the.
whole of Xew Mexico, according to
the registry certificates issued under
the new law.
An oil-burning locomotive is run
ning in regular service between Los
Angeles and Santa Darbara. Cal., and
works perfectly and economically.
San Francireo spent ?1,E4S in try
ing to persuade the republican national
committee to hold the next republic
an national convention in that city.
Phoenix, Ariz., is congratulating it
self on the metropolitan ways the town
is growing into. "Five cent shines
have appeared on the streets," a local
paper chronicles with much pride.
It was the Chinese laundrytr.en of
Montana that fought and defeated the
license law of the state, but Montana
is one of the states in which Chinamen
are supposed to have no rights.
Idaho's population has increased
from &0.000 to 25.000 in five years
since the state was admitted, and the
assessed valuation of property has in
creased from $25,730,000 to $2!),332J10.
THE WORLD OF WHEELS.
Chulalongkorn, king of Siam, has
been experimenting with the fashion
able toothpick shoes now in vogue.
Already he rides a bike.
"Pedaleurs" and "pedaleuscs" are the
terms which the "Gaulois" now em
ploy to designate cyclists of the two
Xew Youk. January 20.
CATTLE N'ative Steers i 3 7. f. i tl
FLOUK Winter Wheal 3 (J
OATS Xo. i
.... ; 3.V,
.... (, M
10 so (a li oo
BEEVES Film y steers
Medium 3 10
KOGS - Fair to .select 3 SO
feHEEP Fair to Choice.. S 50
fiAJLK Patents 3 35 6j
Fancv to Extra do... S TO ,
WHEAT -Xo. t Ked Winter
t OKX-Xo.2 Mixed 2V-i
OATS Xo 2 ... in
XfclE, o.2 31
XOUACCO-Luire 3 00
Leaf Hurley 4 to
HAY Clear Tnnotby 10 tit
UL'TTEK Choice Dairy 1(5
PUUK Standard Mess (Xew)
64 12 K)
Or. 13 U0
it, 10 4.
UACOX Clear Ki b r
LAKIJ Prime Steam 6
CATTLE Shipping 3 TV ft.
KOGS Fair to Choice 3 T3 T
SHEEP Fair to Choice 2 Si) H(.
FLuUK Winter Patents 3 3i
Spring Patents-.... 3 in
WHEAT No. i .-priin: ST-i i.
No. 2 Ked fc-i-Jt
CORX Xo. -t irj
KJ- 1 S .-So.
fOKlv Mess (new)
ki. 10 15
CATTLE Shipping Steers. .. . 3 15 ff
HOGS All Grades 3 S3 Gj,
WHEAT Xo s Ked ((,
OATS Xo. t 16 a
COH.V-Xo. 2 a to
FLOUR High Grade
3 4t m
(74 3 75
1', '0 SO
fi l'J 01
OATS Western 21
HAY Choice CO tw
POKK New Mess ..
BACU.t sides iii
COTTON .Vliddlia' TV
WHEAT No. 2 Ked r? e.
COKX Xo.2 Mixed 27i
OATS Xo.2 Mixed. 20V4
POKK Xew Mess. .
BACON Clear icib
COTTOX Middling.. ..
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EARLIEST KADIS HES AND PEAS.
The editor urges all readers to grow
the earliest vegetables. They pay.
Well, Salzert Seeds are bred to earli
ness,they gTowandproduceevery time.
None so early, so fine us Sslzer's. Try
his radishes, cabbages, peas, beets, cu
cumbers, lettuce, corn, etc.! Money in
it for you. Salzer is the largest grower
oi vegetables, farm seeds, grasses, clov
ers, potatoes, etc
If you will cut this cut and send
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co, La
Crosse, 'Wis, with 10c postage, you will
get sample package of Early Bird Kau
ish (ready in 16 days) and their great
catalog. Catalog alone 5c postage, (k)
Self-control is promoted by humility.
Pride is a fruitful source of uneasiness. It
keeps the mind in disquiet. Humility is
the antidote to this evil. Jirs.,SiKOuraey.
"This Is a sad occasion for you, sister,"
essayed the comforter. "I allow it is," as
sented the widow. "But it is a heap sadder
tor Bill." Indianapolis Journal.
I am entirelycuredof hemorrhape of lungs
by Piso's Cure for Consumption. Louisa
Ijndamax, Bethany, Mo., Jan. S,
TThex asked why she rejected me,
Her reasons were most frank;
Bhe weighed me in the balance and
1 had none in the bank.
In taking the chances, first look out that
they are not against you. Truth.
Beecbam's pills for constipation 10c and
E5c. Get the book (free) at vour drupjrist's
and go by it. Annual sales 6,000,000 boxes.
This is the course of every evil deed,
that, propagating, still it briugs forth evil.
For relieving Throat Diseases and
Coccbs, use "Uroicn' iiroiichiul Irocha."
A tyrant never tasteth of true friend
ship, nor of perfect li berty. Diogenes.
To MASTER is
rji cum.'a o.nj. cn,.i
tin od 1 ti x oeaus ouuut
iAv j Ibftt's their recoru every
t iv1 o'W'l w p 1 w wm postage.
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STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE.
Also CABLED POULTRY.
"We manufacture a cotnnlete line of Smooth
represented. If you consider Quality we can save you money. CATALOGUE i'llEE.
DE KALB FENCE COmSS
The Personal Side
Of George Washington
Not the General nor President, but the lover,
the man, the husband and neighbor. Three of
such articles by General A. V. Greely, the
famous Arctic explorer, will shortly begin in the
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
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Ten Cents on All News-stands. One Dollar a Year
VVANTFH Agents to aer renewals and new
f frill 1 11 subscribers. Profitable employment ofteied.
Tb Curtis Publishing Ccmpuy, Philadelphia
Hundreds of ladies write us that
they " can't find good bindings in
It's easy enough if you
Look for "S. H. & M." on the
label and take no other.
If your dealer will not supply you
Send for samoles. ihowir.j label and mi;e
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UriUlfl UK. J. Sltl'DtAS, iIiaoa,Uhi,
Brings comfort and improvement sn4
tends to personal enjoyment when;,
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest,
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in ther
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting:
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fever
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free fromk
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gists in 00c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Sjrnp
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, yon will not.
accept any substitute if offered.
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in every statu nd every rlime. ere the larjrest p rowers r arm ard V wri
table Seed in America, Our Mammoth Plant and S-etl Citnlnffue ana 10"n.
Pies of new rrratinnx in crain. fra it rid furaire nlants. i mailed V'j'J Upcn r-
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CABLED FIELD AND HOG FENCE.
GARDEN AMD RABBIT FEKCE.
Wire Fencine and jnmrnnte eve-v sTticIo tstwu
THE A ER MOTOR CO. doe half tbe worM
wlodmlll bwioeu, became It bas reduced Uie cost eC
nod power to l.(J m bat It was. It has aiaoj branda
houMe, and auppllee Its erode and rr pairs
ml yuor door, it caa aitd does rornjsa at
oMtcr article or lrs mooey Ihsas
others. II makes PumMnc aoat
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