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rTlfSCUMMA,' MO., TIItmSDAY, APRII 14, :'l881.
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'm1 Tlint Ftlll Mlnrmi nd Olhr.
-"I'U.il frnl- t ill. M rijlhrr -It.utlr. '1'hnt
V,trt ftilltfUt l'T Mttly .I4U4U on. In till
.t U' tav oimu'rh to Ln'n wen'her
I JlfOJilH'l. All joo'Vo ant to do ih to
j k'ti,i tour tyc on I ho ikt. rit I jt w;ll l.n
avcrv -tly Muna 'liuli tual sti ;i!n a
IB an-). Ol) m." - ,t ,
he spciVi-r it gi-iitleman living
oil t'l'huii a lIcij;S'M. Ilrooklvn. -uho
liiiit ilmis tw'ruiil di;al of sky j;a.inj;, tut
)nlii frayn In ha no ilcsiro fur a juiIjIio
lei'iila! ion lit a wi"a(lu;r wiso man.
'Lik out i't tlic niiuiIj wimlow. Do
miii nolit'O tlioHO )fii, iiarrotv, mity
loukili :1oihU ill utraliM town that
iM'iii to 1 a IVHiiciiit; npw:iTil firiiu l
liml Statim lhinl tf,"h iho prtfisinti
:iuJ "Steadiness of a line of lintlio? Tln-y
ro thoadvanoH guuiil of an appVint h
. "i if storm. Tho l)aroniti'V has not
; jTivirti the uliylrtoit i'H, ami it trotnihly
,' Hill not. until thai skirmish line has
t-i hed the zenith, whii h niav take
' .'hourii, and yet I am an I'crlain that a
t alorm ia coming iu tliouh I saw tho
v fain fall 11;;." ....
"'lio yon mean that vihi crtn forctt'U a
Istorm liv the clouds sooiu r than by
aromiair?" v i
"An iioiiy i an. I iieaw- wintrralormn,
oflieoially, announce 'their approach
Komctiines two or thru davs in: ad
vanee. Whenever yon see ilios,) par
allel sti'i( ir of i UiiiiU rising in the
southwest nnd moving iujanki !owly
across the skv.jou may l e sure that
w.-t or snowy wca' her if at hand. Why
chould tint tfio'olondsforetell thowoath
'f? : 'i hfro l nmipt b: a utonn or any
on.siderablo change ol weather.)v.ituout
? t-londs, and there is' almost us much
h iTffcroncel -j er-opt lild 'in elottds as in
faces, if people would but notice Diem
Do clouds ajivavs foretell storms,
"No some clouds jrive assiuaiice of cirro-cumulus couMsld of JiUl round sh : fell lowu the heoond llight, ami the man
fair weathor. A very httlo practice white clouds, iloaiin at n hijrh eiuva-' in the net room licked his wife, and
will enable anybody- to read this tion, and often resembling a (took, of : th" water-pipe busted on the floor hn-
. lanjjmajro of tho clouds. It la more Ike sheep resting upon the blue backrouiHl ' lotv. and the Keutlenmn in the hack par
htiiituna lanijiiiijre than you would of the sky. Iu winter these clouds ir4- l"r jiavu a lit Liu supper, and there was
suppose. You know in l.atih a change quently appear ladore a thaw. Uolwcon ; some musie In the third story, and the
in the termination of a word hanji'is its aunimer sliowom -tliey aeuompany iii-j cats got out upon the back fence, and
meaning. .Juxt so a change in the form ;creaed heat. Thev are common la dry j 'lie littlo girj up the third pair died in
' of clouds changes their meaning. It Is . n-ea'her. '" ' : j tlio uight, but he never moved. Mesa
no mere iliaitco woik, but a certain "The cirro-stratus tommonly ap- ( your heart, ho was tho quieieat man you,
change ti'wiiy tiienna the same thing. ' pears in shoals resembling fish In shapo. ( ever sawj''
11 'ciiri'tii'n into 'cino strati,' every , Its popular liatno islho mar-karel sl;yi'-j "Quite right; . quite right; did you
.' mctoiidogist koovt'S what that '.means ll is almost a uie indiuattuit r(, a)- 'givu iiiui the pillar''
' Jest as well as the l.ov nl the head of piom.hing klortny weatUor. When It ; - "Sly gracious! I forgot tho pills, but
the Lrfitin ' lass knows iht' d flcrem o be- settles down into a Uiin mil. covering I gave him all the powders, eight sed
'twimi 'tlio. and Ho ins' : , - -; the skv, and making tint sun and-mow lltz oowdi'rs, four J)over powilers, and
ThuiKiloiiiUofe nolallofonekind?" ; luok Jim, it is ca i'ta n fibt followel by ! all th quinine powdein nnd tho miv
"'"IU no no'itus.' A' o it-eiuhtv' tears mow dr riln. " Yon will hoA it iuthat ! turcs, three of 'eiu. and all but the uills."
" ago l.nkw Howard, iin I'nlish Quaker,
.i aa'7v I'U, n Ki.un.U Mill f.inu IIIW IISIII 111 I HO IUI.'MIITUnv m'lVl'
t - Jong walk ; In the open atr. completed ' Ing tho sky before tho storm conies.
a elaBsiJieat'oii ot olouils that has ever " D.d you ever see ,n liatlle in the
i-' inov heen in general use. One of the oloudsi' "'h cirro-cumuli und c'iito
most wonderful phenomena ever wit-; str.iti are natlnal enemies. The tirst
ne.ssod,at)ltf sky Joti Howard to study ' named is a (air weather and tho lat a
. tho-clouds., .Tips wsin the ere at 'dry
reae.ifng to the summits of .Uie , Alps,
. and IttMting fv.TO one to' '"three-inonths. . encounter in mid-heaven to setllo tlio
''ntVording to the locality. The greatest "question whether sunshine or storm
terror; mev.toi.'dYjtnd tJteijiid of the'Lclntll prevail. If. the cirro-cumuli sue
world was thoulit to e at liamL j (iced tho weather, will clear; if tlio
' "Howard -t noticed tJiat there are . t.rro-strali are vit toriwiis, iheio will lie
. three brinctpal kinds of 'cloud. . which more tool weather..'" It i-war of d.
jft'.i'W cfillct f irnivvum.i)!us h4 . stratus, struetipu. and tlte bawUe lUiia'ty ends
I 4nybrti!y eaa .me the difletvuee! bit- by the total disappearance of one or the
I lwee;Y iLi i, e!t.iid it a Vluure.. The other of tli two kiadfi of cloud, all
? eirrtw i itte ibiyliojit. of jtV tlU olo)uU.
iHjiirmVa h'lA Mlanntiit-., joBietliiieii
tidloi i .Jalfeilltdciit?!' t ills.'
Sirttched acioss lha Line sky like 4olU4
cate . Jaee, Worlt. it,. is very beauiirik
Travelers sav'j that on the -summit ol
lofty mouutitiu. oaks, from which hey j tho CaUkiil you ) HM ;1'VC seeii this
could look dov.'u UKa' the .heavier J trtoml ilroppln $$ $h m'K'64ii top
clouds, they have seen these wispy i au I l.idiu)t thi rit f, H:ak hko a vat
cirri Uoating overhead, apjiarantly as,- tntxtutn, . WI,ilu(Vor'.'i yu0 i a thesu
. far away as when seen from tho ,earth,M clouds looming up yn may he jurthat
Iu cdhu summer eveulns, lonjf aft of T ft vjluut yhauj(J jin ilia ,u''here i.
'tittudown." these clouds tiny be" seen re-jclyy. at. huiul- XIh, fuuiulofHtratas.
'Jleotinff tho most delicate tinta of color consists at la,er of foundylioa of
i from tie last rata of sunlight that il-"' dilik-colorfd straliis cloud uearesrthe
. , air- ;-- - i n .
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lrtmlniMlm higher iturUmii of Ilia nU
iHDsijkcro. " , " .". . V"' V '
f"ibo oiiTi a tit foiurHMjol of litlln 1
en M.H.i of 'J'liiB tliii.!fi kwI thcif ;
U. r!vaUv;i otu-w tJm baloa . that ra j
ia..tinn. men atiKtil tho huh ami ,
!fl"ort. Jf pntbWy ,cirm-nlnit
wctj th gr.:av 'lii)fy.uf ruK.n
!!,'? ri'i'l circli-i t!in othfr ilnv at isni .
yer, CfrOu f!)U'L1iiilie!tti!lii!h form i
auU Civcr .ttuuil.t'AaiWw Jiiix tt (lu-ir t
appeamnc. If thef appmr in titoir
W( i(lnr, th:Y arc a 'fn t'mt A
Uiey kuuw tuviitst ivi's ii . Jmj-tilol
(ureaiiii atlor fair tvcutliur iin LiM' tl
fir 5irr.i tinif, tliov arn tl.e ftrt lnIU
l altnii (if iiiiro:ii liiiia uh.'iiii'i'. Cirri,
whou really t.mnifii nti'l knot toil.
f.liow Mormy wen! In-i- clno nt li.and. If
tlicir lioflcrs jrnv fuint and iiiilintiint,
thi;rt? id riiii funnn.
"Cumulus cliiiiiis urfl charnclpri-tic
tii mmimi'r. Th fiintiors cull thum
thiinilitr lifmln vhrn thv iiokc their
Kmooth, white, rounded uuinilt. 'Hit-
loriiifjj in tho riiii like silver, above the !
j hori.on. In that form they are the (
I forerunner of local thunder giornis. j
Jlhesn tnoimtainoim lookiriir' clouda
aotnetmies actually ovceod tho greatest
j peaks of the Amies or Hiin!ans in Bie. '
lien cumulus cloiiilnaiiiiear m a warm,
pleasant day, jjot verv htr-'O. distinct
ihou'h wi't in outline, and re-emliliiisr
cotton bivlU, they indicate continued
fair, dry weather. On the other hand,
when Ihev eror larger, darker and
more f iiiiii-hibledookinj they foreiell
storm. Just before a rain they wrnio
tin;e sifm to throw oil little lleecy
cloud.' arnBud tlieii'e lj:es. (joelhe. the
preal (ierman pm-l, n ho was; fond of
stinh in the clouds, nid that a long
as cumuli hav sharply dolinod . Ixirders
uli t awhile color a continuance of iood
weather may 1m expeeteil.- Cumulus
clouds olten form soon after sunrise and
temper tho heat of a midsummer dav.
Jf they praduftHy disappear toward
evening the weather will remain serene,
but if a;i the sun goes down they prow
darker and morn numerous, .then look
out lor rain. The enmi.li are the capi
tals, or ootid' ned sunmi.t. of invisible
coliimiis of vnpor risinj from tho earth.
They do not attain- nearly o (jroat a
he'p-ht ns i he cirri.- Cniuntl are gener
ally from halt a mile to two mije.s hij;h.
Cirri vary iu height train two or throe
miles to six or eiht.
The Nt i n ins is moKt common at inelit
'11 t"S t
and in winter. Thos lonjf rank of , worthy as the prod dions of Old Proba
tion! that J txiiiiledoul o voii in the bilities." A'. J'. . Hun.
soulhwtsl, ami wuicli allow a Coiiime;
norlhua.slitorm, are a vui iet v of i rutin.
Thev alwats niiear in tho form of
stripes or broad; low curtains, cmerlnj;
more or less or the nm j no. niirm
at rains is formed of misU'lrom swamp,
j-iveis and moist ground. It jjoii'-rallx
rises and chani'es into sniatl cumuli on
menu r nioniins. The other, k'nd of
stratus, nppearitic at considerable
heights iu the fall, winter and c'irh
spring, is, as 1 hnvn said,, an invariable
forerunner of aloi-my weather.
''I huso three kinds of clouds do not
alwius appear in their simple fiMim.
Thev are frequently mingled together,
and four varieties lf these deriva ive
i clouds havo boon distitiL'iushed. The.
: form following tho Htieaks that am!
j fieal-weatber cloud. When they mecf.
) Us ihey nomoomtJ Uo alter a suiiiincr
fstonu'lias partially ehvired- thcro is
war In thesky. The cloudy aquadrons'
' assuming- thu form, of suoccssfnl
" Cumulo-Ftratui Is ' Iho grandest of
nl cloud; and so il is the appropriate
loi'nwiBMfr of -gi;at torruss, .-If. yon
t cTerjiapjieocj to i.'0 ubisoii
i wlien a thiimlor tna Batlictiii!' in
rlh, siirmmntl , by bulky uiUti J
iry li nso rumiUu, 'not white, ami
stnooth liku tho lAr-m-Ai li..r ..i.m.,i,.
but nni(;b. !rk i 4Uriijuiinir. . ,
"Oim ut the undest iplii iu' tho
worM h tlio iiujiotic. uutinii of Ui
oumulstrntu t.u:M aonis. a-liilW
foinitry JTtrii't i 'nOvaia-o ol a viuU-ut
utormi AniinuU t well . as niou... are
im miilntoil hv ij, f...,r,.t .... ............
of tlio lieavwiu.Oul luw tlie'lffaf kr
tn r-iVluii: nU Imnrinjr to ilaic of
jlmltciv , T)ieM!j!iil commonly m.ikfl
thntr IIMI'fi'iin"i .' J. in ftiw tfM lKt
', Inn ioii. Simiii tlin rimMin of i -avy
IlinniliT ia hrnrd, aiai na the ulotuh i-
proai'h thetcuiih, Uottinj out tho nn,
! tilful trusts of wind ar'se, followed hv
1 jmt'kiiIs of oppri'ssiv calm. . Sometime
' a whirling motion lisaen iir the cloud.
' Then lonk out! If ii blaek funnel sei'ms
I to drop from the c!ud to the earth, it
i a tornado, and nobody can tell what
I damajre it ma- do.' Tho cumulo-stratt
I foretell a utorin nerirnl hours in ad-
f Taneo. 1 Tha loDcr- thev linger near
the horizon the mora riolentthe storm
ia apt to be.
I'he la'-t class, or rather Bub-cla,
of clouds ia the Dinihus, or blai;k rain
cloud, which spread over the heavena
just as the alorm tret ins. It is luade up
t of a mixture of all tie other kinds
appears in every RUrm. but is seen in
iu most charnett'ri.stii! form in a thun
der storm. Sometimes it approaches
within a few hundred loot of the earth,
and at other tinu-s it is 2,000 or :i,CW
feet hiirh. While it. always appears
bhu-k or (Tray from beneath, it is, in
fact, surmounted by ft snowv-white cap
of cirrus or cumulus. 1 have some
times, in the hills of Central New York,
aeon from an elevated atation tho pass
age of a storm through a distant vallev.
'Jhe ulitterinfr upper surface of the
clouds then preserve a beautilul appear
ance, while underneath they are dark
and foi'lmMiiiL', and the pouring rain
hiiles the landscape.
"On account of the mixing together
if the various olasws of clouds, it is
(sometimes dillicult to accurately diatiu
l"uh them aiiart. A little practice,
however, will cnali'e any observant per
son todeteot the prevailing chara Moris
tics, lndieations vary slightly for dif
terenl locnWcu. --.ift wntio horlvli)
of liKai piMiliai itleH is Ihrroloro noces
sarv. Any one who w:ttehcHie clouds
can farm m:inv we' her rules for him
self that he will iii.d at least as trust-
Kri-pluir fin Fallout (Jjiitrt.
"Ho seems to bo much worse to-,
day," said the diH,'tor, as ho eoiitom
olalod the patient. " '" Did yon keep
iiiin perfectly quiet, as 1 directed,
"Sakesa massy! of course I did,"
replied the nurse.' "tioo.lness gracious!
he li;i!t"t inoveil alt ui-rlit,"-
Anything; n;nin;r on in the house to
disturb him?v . .
"My sakes, of course not. They had
a ldlie" da::ln purtv in the parlor, aud
a ftV'ht up ot airs, ami noma bu.rflura pit
into the OuscmeuU sua Hie servant e;irl
set lire to iler bed. and the lat boarilcr
Just so. Dnl you chauge the band
ugoi on his heady
, "It wasn't any uiSu. II wouldn't
keep 'em on. You never mw an. thing
like him. I put lour pillows ou his head,
and he kept still as mice af.er that."
'l see. i VS'as he delirious during the
night?1' - - r . .
'Ohl wasn't lief lint ho hasn't hoik-red
much for two hours, lie's been
prettv quiet since ho full out of bed, Ho
fore that lie was resjless."
"Ot oimrse, naruriilly: Any ol his
Iriends been to see himl" -
''There were Km or a dozen hore all
night, plavinsr canls and enjoying them
se lves. Hut ho jntld no attention to,
tlieiu." , , , , k " ' ' . .,
'1 4 suppose hot.; Hasn't asked foi'
anything, has ho,?"
Not for a long .t;i s. lie's doing
well, isn't he, doutor?"
Yes. ves, as well as could lmi'X-
piietefl."vtltat"'as I can VdKo, lie has
nivn-'deii't ' atiottf twelve 'Innirs. You
n,.,.,l i' L fj.iii.imiiv. tha. misitieltierf. .Inst
riuuftliiui quiet, aud tinu't tut anybody
t,i!k U . ilm. '; M tsat, n vants npvy is
rrott,"' ",'.' . .' ' .' . '
L" Aud Iho t)ovUr ourliliod to tha relia
liillTi.j (iii., imtWi ana oeparieft.-
f I i i'i 'f
. Mrs. Millionaire Ai kay' lalnsi
frnll in Tails Is said to liayo. oost -U-
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rERSO.ML' AM) UTERARf.
; Ro Bonhenr, the artist. Is Itf very
poor health ind is recruiting at Klee.
ft Is proiKied In London to erect 4
statue of Carlylo on the Thames cm
b.iukment opportilo CIipvdo row, aud to
plaue ft bust of him in Westminster Ab
oev. , t . - , .. . .
-cTbe United Slates Census ol 1880
is expected to be Die most oomplete and
exeollehtln i5rtneA, and Hstlh'est, by
PmtejNH.rK.-A. Walker, in .t trailed tvitii
great inlntivit. ' . s " i
I'.viny it-Mm4pw 'JaSjS?'!' fr .
ill have a long fraln of trove iriw.iit
t u cKihcrateu- vnnamtjd w:'.!l -Jaa l.e o.
To make tho Wat'ive s.' i jIl ', ,
spun into Jino threads and tiicn woveij.
The new publio building now going
up on the -Government Square nt Den
ver, Col., is .to be ono of ihe finest
Structures in the West. One wing is
designate 1 lor tho Hih School, the
other for n lice public library. There
win also tie a lecture hall with a seating
capacity of 1,(100. '
There has been sonio snrprise that
nothing was left in her will by George
Eliot to her husbaud, Mr. Cross, but
1 hat all the money went to the family of
her lirst husband. This was, however,
an arrangement entered into previous
to her second marriagu, by tho exoress
desire of Mr. Cross, who is himself very
Mr. Oliver Wendell Holmes. Jr..
Is known in lio-ton as a worker of
wonderful embroidery. She has jut
sold a bit ol her own design for i00.
It represents t he Iowersxsh of a window,
through which the starlit Charles Itiver
is seen. The surface js dark blue
satin, in three frames of ebony, to
represent the window frame.
'A fiery sleod Tho horse radish.
"The poor yo have with you al
ways," but the rich go away In summer
" Dunna; this cold season one needs
all the clothing ho cm get. It is dan
gonitis to leave o'J any habit, be it never
so tiiul. hostvn ijiuoc.
Sjiiio pimple may think that the
il ol iuiti -s-u tiiu fcttfety-valvo is a
U:as:int one. but I can assure them it
is not." Alexander III. (Jiiaj't
Country irrociM'vmon have hud to
furnish an extra Riipplv of sittiiiij ae
commodations around tho stove the
past winter. St an-rite Hr,ilil. '
Tho editor wrote the headline: "A
Horrible Wonder," to go Over a ra-lroa I
accident, but, though it was the printer's
fault that it got put over the accouatof
a weilil cs:. the editor .was the ..man
thrashed. Hunt Mi lVt
There was a dance at the North
Had the other evening, aud the only
musician present, was a fuddled tiddler,
whom a witty participant in thu exer-.
cist's of the floor characterized as a full
orohcsini.-i!ox;;it f 'o.-i.
"Deacon," said the widow, as she
pentty stroked In a feline manner tho
maltose tabby that evidently lay in her
lap for that purpose, " don't you long
for sprin.-j, with it balmy hrrtth, its
warm sunshine and its gentle showers,
which awakens' nature, and puts. life
into everything that has laid cold and
dead during tho long winter, and brings
evervth ng up out of the cld. Cold
ground into light and li e?" " Well,
hardly, widow, responded the old dea
con, - ",'you know 1 buried my second
wile lnsi fail."-iWAtacr lkrtiUt. .
lien lii'.l-Haired lints Should press.
. Now that ro.d-headod girl are iu
style, sngeiitioti are beiug nuide as to
the way ihey should 'dress. ' A fashion
writer says: "There axe .three types of
mibiini-lutired women brown-eyed,
blue-eyed and gray-eyed. Strange as
you moy think It, 'even the. bluo-evod
rossas should never wear blue, for blue
intensities the color of bluecyc. Hero
is a fabric, for ihstancc, on which art
red, blue and green spots. I fastciijon
it a pio o of blue ribbon, aud you in
slaulantly ee that the blue spots bo
come more conspicuous Uiun either red
or green ones. Now, 1 put ou a bit of
green ribbon, and tho green boots take
your aye; now a red ouet and the red
spots stand out. This gives a hint to
bine-eyed girls who are not red-headed,
TuVdrto girls" with greenish gray eyes,
with prominent "transparent: corneas,
who can, by wearing a blue dies or
blue ribbon, or turquol jewelry, en
hance the blue of theiroyus. ..To return
to the rossas, they, can never wear
pink, albeit there ia a shadow ot falo
yellow ich piak i that can bu Ventured
upon provided yon hare an artistic eye
for color to guide vou In it selection
and application. ..They must oonline
themseives to white id a creamy hue,
pendarmo blue of a deep tone, Invisible
or a boUlegreOn,, ohvij-fcraun, gray
green (never bright, green), stone
gray, claret, matvou, plum, amethyst
or brownish-purple,, dark amber, rods
with an amber tint, palo yelloty, and
dark brown. ' Velvet in the fahrlc above
all othsra which should be freely used
in the toilet of the rossas. T'earls,
amber and gold ornament are boooin.
iug to thcui, Diauioud aie tooUasby,''
HOME, FARtl ASP (UKPKV : : t-
To clean ainc rub it with a pioce ol '
cotton cloth. dipped ia keroeene. .Alt., .
erward rub with a dry cotton :cloth and.
it will bo as bright as wfcrn new.;
-i A delicate white ' sponge cake")?'' '
msilo thus: Take, ena tumbler and a"'1
.mil of sugar, one, funiblet of flour, the.
woll-beateu whites ot ten eggs, two tea- ' ',
spoonfuls of cream ot. Xtrlux (no soda)
flavor to taste. - , , .
' ,-Cre.un J'uj. Ot.. .it ssivn-c, one
etrg, pieoe of butrr t.f a ti. ut3l,.
ta"'l WhIm .; ,jMfslvrri ', V-flvrT1
telhortwo (Mkip-iiiiiw i.-.f-y.. mm. -Led
in tlirfif'i .ips ol ll'ti" and- bakH iu
ujicp y iy enKc
- Tne dripping. from npnmtohrttuhosv.-
a floor can be removed by lirst covering
the spots with eaustio potnshr leave
this on until the paint is dissolved,
which will bo from twenty-four to
thirty-six hours, according to the time,
the paint has been on.. . Then givo the
lloor a thorough scouring. '
Cottaze 1'uddinir. Jly. taking two ..
teacups of flour, two teaspoons of r
cream-tartar, ana ono ot soda mixed .
through it (do not use baking powder), .
ono ojjg, ono teacup of aweat-milk
littlo salt; when nuxetl, put it in ,
round pie-tin and steam twenty mUutes. '
A cup of fruit makes it very nice.-! To bo
eaten with dressing. -
For cribbing, give the horse' in' his "
feed, daily, for a few weeks, one dram
of copieras and half an ounce of ground
ginger, nnd feed, hjm npoa cut. feed.';
with crushed or ground grain, and an
ounce of salt in each feed. This will do
very we!l during the Incipient stages of
the disease; but when it has become a
habit the bettor way Is to arrange the
stall so the "horse ' has nothing to crib
upon, and fix his manger low so he will
have his head down, which naturally,
indisposes" the horse to cribbing. .
Beefsteak Smothered in Onions.
Take a juicy beefsteak two Inches thick;
broil , it nicely; then ' have ready six
onions, sliced and fried in butter; be
careful not to let them bum; fry them a
light brown. When, the ste;vk is done,
and ready to serve, put several lump
of butter upon it, nnd pour two taMe
si.iKifuls of boiling- water over it; then
Hiur on the hot onions, and servo im
mediately. The onions should be
allowed (olio in salt-and-water for an
hour, and then wiped dry before putting
them in the butter to fry,
Haw linseed oil Is recommended us
a physio, for cattle and horses, and wise
ly. A man railed at a Koehestor paint
store and ordered a pint of linseed oil.
" Iloiled : or raw?" was asked. I .. ;
. don't suppose it makes any dilloronee
which," was the reply. Uu was given . ,
boiled oil. ..Shortly ho returned aud re
ported the death of a valuable cow,
charging the dealer with -carelessness.
Often oil left at painting is handy when
a cow or horse is Bick. Whether it is
boiled or raw has been forgotten, but
as both are supposed to be harmless, tt
is given, and the result i ottou disa-
tioiis. boiled linseed oil contain puis-
omnia (ngredieuta called dryers, nut in
to make it. dry rapidly. Jt should be
staled that iho oil is for a medicine when ,
purchased, a many Unies raw oils are ..
a lulterated. CliarltS A. (Jrutr, to A".
)'. 'l'rifatnc, ' ' - ' 1 ' " '
--Rhodo Island Chowder. --Cut six'
ounce of pickled pork Into ilve- Put ' '
it, with two' large onions sliced, Into ,
tho pot, fry 'till tho onion begins to j
brown ; remove the pork and onions
Slice five or six medium-sued potatoes .
and three jiouuds of fresh cod or Other
jiriit lisli. 1'ut into Ihij pot a layer. of '
potatoes, then one of linh, seasoning
each laver-s you proceed with j a
sprinkling of the fried onions and pork.
also a. littlo soup herb.' pepper and
sajt. 1'our on eold water enough to '
barely .'cover tho wheby null boil '
twenty minutfs; then add three iarge
hip tilseuits'soiiked.Jn ntiik, tilsol half ..
a pint of hot ijiilk. A soou as it boils',
again .remove it from tho . tins' and .'
scfvo it atiini. Clams aro frequent'
lyii-od instoati of lilirou which ease a
tiiver of sliced or canoed . tomatoes
added. 'J ' ' :.,..,': i,-.
! r Ho Lived There.' ..:)
. ' '""Are you tho Tax Collector for this'
ward?" he asked, as they rode together
ou the platform of the car.
!" No." 1 ' ' '"
"Assessor?". .! . ' ' ytX.
' "'No,!' v-.f-i ,..,-.-
" Waterworks man? '.. f
,. V l ' '
. ,fAntthng to do with the oensns?" " l
. "Nothing of the sort. ,: Why do jott ' '
tak?" .. '..: . t; ... : , . ' .-'i
i" Why, 1 saw you coming, out. pi a
house ou Sproal utruut the other day .,. ;
with two chairs,, a broom and an vtto
man ilj leg after you, ami' I said to my- , '
self that you were an official or" agent.'
of some sort, and had unintentionally
i.ltnnHi.l llm wnmill " II : . I -1 . - ,IV
No. I'm no, ollielal or axenU" - re- .'4
pneu me mivi; w a iunt-ui tvvh, , i t . i
"l live inero, mm wai wtunu. p ijr . . f
-1fe. SaveyP" .'..,.,.' .
,"Y6n bet!" was - the sympathetic
rosponne, aud Ihey crept closer io ',, ; -
gether and took, a chew-out ot th '
same box tvirM I'r4 tte' '. ? .; ,,': '