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ronltry Hoimo ml Terinlti- I
v" vAn Iftborate and expensive lionno It
not nnoassity, but a iliumtvaiitajje in
xm!iry keeping! Tha 1 wo rent oIikIii
; ! in the way of sncrsss itt this bnxU
'. are voniiiu ami ctKtlav (Tlio costly
hotKt alorrW ni jirolention auainsl
- eitlior. Of I ho' tit roe liml) of insecH
v which Infest tU' commou fo I, the mite
' in : the worst and hnntast to irrt riii oti
' The louse, bod or fi-nlhnr, is rolled olf
i- In the dust bHth. nnd nmv bo killed or
driven itvat by applying IVriai insect
powder to tlie fowl; "nn.l besides, they
seldom breeJ iu such nnmbt'rs a, to
04mjluU!ly verrun ft fowl. "Hut tin!
"mite breeds' In the hoaso and but rm (ho
! fowlv doesn't even wur to need the
, presenile ot a lwl to eontinnn in life
- 'nnd rop;;rnta' . 1( U 'ima'.oou. to tlio
,,.bol bnjj ami purtukus ot lis habits in
r- atlaukiiii Its victims while nt rool at id
' jenvln them when thoy Rro out. arain
v in the murnln?.' , 'Jliis is the insect
'which is so destructive to silling hens;
' they hnve no ehunce to be free from It
in the daytime. A thorough dustini;
twiih Persian insect powder once or
' (wlcc a week, i a great help to tho hen,
t hut it tloeti uot lieslrov : the myriads
which dwell In every crack m tt board,
v!jot joint between, or tho crevices o a
Mono wall which frequently forms the
' fniiinlatiun of the house -The lirsttime
"' the hen Icsvs hor nest' tdio shakes tho
insecticide from her foathors, ami then
4 the Insects renew their deirodntion-".
j'..'." The sitting period, as ever, poultry
luan know, (pnta freipiently teara'a
lieu all to pieces; she comes out of it it
nierc skeleton, the lurpo' "hih-coioroil
"comb which Rite carried when she bf;m
her tusk is sickly ami shriveled, mid tho
- bright color 'faded out. Iter feather
are in about Uie saiuo condition. This
, dcittmctioU of ho hua is not necessary,
in many a hen will prove that has sat
f her tltreo weeks in some oti'-of-thu-way
place nt R distance from the poultry
iiouse. She has lost weight, ler comb
. and fenlliers are somwlmt dull "and
smudgy, but a week or two will put her
ponditloit "ajra'n. ' Few" chicks are
hatched In Infested nests; the hens can't
sit closely enough to keep up the loipii.
site temperature. ? Tho constant twist,
ing about of tho heart o pick the bitten
tps)t leU A little, oolil hu to the es,
nnd t Ira embryo dies iiu conseiueii'e.
Auil'wUen an czfj gct.s rotten; (U rot
tenness being fuo in nine i'hs'-s out of
ten to the death of the chick from this
)? lack of heat), its commits begin to ex
udo through the pores of the shell, and
tho mites hasten to the feast. Season j
in which eggs fail to hatch well (the
poultry journals inform us that there
- are such) are probably seasons favor
able to the propagation of tho mite.
v Now the larger and more complicated
tho poultry bouse, the more cracks and
'small hiding iilsoes for the mites to
v breed in, and tlio more ditlicult to ap
; lIy any insecticide effectively. 4 Such
houses require more aUentonand work
than one man in a hundred will ever
. devote to them, and moro than thi
)iroliU from the poultry would pay for,
if it wore done. ; If wo wish to raise
-H healthy, piiok-grwing '.'hicks, they
shoulii uevor bti allowoi to approach
ueh a sUuctiiro., ,i
The liability of a fowl or chick to
tak cold is the other great drawback
in this- bitsinoss.1 Years ago it was
' m"eh more eornmon to see fowl roost
tug on - trees In winter thnn it is noWj
and, if tho ovidenfft of old fieople is to
be takuo, roup and .. cholera were un
known iliseiu-es, Hut W. Xeop a lot of
fowls and ' allow, them, to roost in tha
trees In winter, even admitting- that by
? so'" doing they would never "contract
.ronpand cholera, is too' outrageous to
;' be tolerated. Wild birds live out of
doors all winter; yt mu't fcelp it ami
are not responsible for it; but when wo
come to tho common fowl, we aro deal
ing with animals either educated or
snscoptiblo of education; nnd if they
bo decently educated, thera will be no
tliliieulty in Indueing them to sleep in
doors. We should provide a roosting
house for fhem wlitcli which will retnin
1 tho healthy conditions of the tree, and
nt tho same tlmo protect them fron
' winds and storms. A very large amount
'' of. fresh air is absolutely necessary ; and
"( a closo house will not . admit it. IX wo
. build partially, underxi'ound to seeura
- ... wanut-li, it will be more or less damp,
' , , tuitl a damp roofting plaoo is a fruitful
t . source of roup and cholera. Fowls aro
- : disposed to hnddle together as closely
- as possible on the perches; by so doing
may uooome overiieatej, and When
' they go out In the morning the sndden
' ness of the ohange of temperature irt-
uuces coius. jiencq ia arranging porcn-
culation of froih air should bo left bo-
tween t-hem. ,, .-,:,..
i)ur oiodul )oultry Louse, then, will
, stand an the surface of tho earth, and
not be an incipient mine; it will not bo
largo, and not be expected to house
' moro than twenty or thirty fowls. E
' perience is clearly against large flocks.
If we desire to keep more we should In
' creaso tho number instead of the size ft!
our houses. Six loet high and six feet
by eight feet on tho ground will bo
large enough, leuvo tho south sido en-
tirely opon in summer and partially close
it in winter; put in one sash and that of
... moderate sine; glass allows the heat to
." puss throngh it so rapidly, that if tho
' whole front were of gloss the fowls
''"Would cet about as cold In tho lour
' nights aa they would were' tha front en
-tll.. C.. .1. - 1 . t ,
- ( viici.v open., oucu a uuusu can oe reaa-
My moved to a clean place; which is
much leas work than properly cleaning
a permanent floor; and besides, oilers
miuy advantages in getting rid of ver
min. (Vr,tf. . Tribunt. ,t , ,
Tho Prussian Government has or-'
doreti the provincial authorities to send
detailed infonnatiun of the extent and
causes of emigration, which, however,
lias somewhat slackened in some dis
' " trict. ' . " " "
HOME, FAltM AM CJAUDEX.
it-Chm tTatsup. One pint of oherry
Juieo,, thrue-fourlhs Ktndof eueat, n
teaspoonful o ich of firound olove and
tiiiinamou with a dnsii of cayenne pp
I or. Co 1 until a thick sirup, then hot
t!o Vhd seal. ' , '
' '- Stewed Onioiis l'eel tiie onions
and boil them in failed water with a
llttlo -milk, until they are perfectly
tender, then drain and put them into a
while saiico to simmer, for ten minutes
before serving. ' , 4 : . . ,
To prepnro" mii'-tard, let a pint of
good vinegar come t a boll, stir in a
quarter of a pound of mnstaid.two tsMe
spoonfiibi of Hiigar, a tablosHonful of
salt and a small spoonful of whito pe
jicr. Let t ho mixture boil live minutes.
To I'reservo I'lunis. ImW them
over and pick out all that aro imperfect
or" unsound. 'Make a sirup of clean,,
brown sugar and clarify it. Wlieu
perfectly clear and boiling hot, pour It
ovor tho phuna Let them remain in
the sirup two days, then drain it oil',
make it boiling hot, skim it and pour It
over again; lot it remain another day
or two. thou put over the lire nnd sim
mer jiimtly till tho sirup isj lliion and
rich. Use one pound of suar to each
pound of fruit.
Tho American Ajri'ulturil utters
a timely warning against the use of
iced water, or oven of largo quantities
of cold wator from a well, when one 1
overheated.'' It is better to drink mod
erately of cool water frequently than to
wail until olio is excessively thirsty, an t
then drink very cold water. The best
way to keep wator cool in a jie' in tho
open air is to wrap several thicknesses,
of. carpet about the vessel ami Veep lb
constantly moist.' If there is a free cir
culation of air about it, the rapid evap
oration will keu the water as cool as it
otilit to bo for safe drinking.
Canteloupos. When the fruit be
come tho size of a list, place under
each olio a piece of slate, to be obta ncd
where a building is slated, or at tho
yard of the slater, or a piece of shinglo
will answer. ' This keeps the uicKui
froin contact with tho ground nnd will
prevent tho.ground from extracting the
Havor from any portion of it, n is gen
erally the csso witli watermelons nud"
cauteloupes which wo buy in the luar
kols, as, wo all know. vFor private do-,
n ic's tie use, tho little trouble which th s
protection gives is repaid nr hundred
fold in tho. excutienue oi the Havor of
tho fruit, and wo think causes them to
mature earlier..- (iriwiutijum 7iV
yrttih. : Stewed Cucumbers. -Cut the en
cumbers fully half an inch thick right
through; put tluuu in a saucepan, nisi
covering them with, hot water, and let
them boil slowly for a quarter of an
hour, or until tundnr, but not so as to
break ' them," then drain them; you
want now a pint of good cream, nnd
put your cream with a tepnimfu! of
butter in a saucepan, aud when it is
warm pop in the cucumbers; season
with a little Milt ami white pepper,
cook .live miuules, shaking the sauce
pan all I lie time, and servo hot:. It in
just as delicate us asparagus, and a very
nice dish indeed.
l'orlublo J.eaiouade. Press- your
hand on the Iemn and roll it, back and
forth briskly on tho table to make it
s uce.e more easily, then press tho
juice into a bowl or tumbler ncver'nso
luT-nrrain out all th seeds; as they
givo a bad 'taste. Remove all tiio pulp
from the peels atd boil in water, a pint
for a do.cn pulps, to remove the acid.
A lew minutes' boiling is onouuh; then
strain the water with' tho juice of tlio
lemons; put a pound of white, sugar ton
pint of the juice; boil too miuiiles: bot
tle it, ami your lemonade Uready.: Put
in n 'teiispoonful or two of this, Hii upinto
a glass of water and you huvo a cooling
and healthful drink. . ,
Blind SLiggers. Tho stomach of
the horse and tho brain aro directly
united to each other in the ties of sym
pathetic relationship through tho great,
sympathetic nerve,' and, whenever de
leterious food i.i fed or where the
stomach is overburdened with nutri
tious diet, it thun becomes incapable or
performing its normal fnuetiou and I ho
intelligence of disturbance is suddenly
communicated to the 1 brain and the
brain becomes secondarily affected nnd'
ataggern are developed-," Tho Htonmcji
when m a normal condition will to a
great extent overcome the evil effects
produced by either indigestible, fer
mented or decayed articles of food on
the nerves or mucous membranes of
tho stomach. As soon as any disturb
ance takes place in tho stomach
whether produced by corn meal grown
on old or new ground (both of which
when fed clear and in meal frni ami
without mixing with' other kinds of
cereal grain are wholly Indigestible),' or
any other character of unsound, as
musty and docnyed grain, or provender
food an attack of gastritis,, in Humilia
tion of the stomach, or staggers or dys
pepsia will be tho result sooner or later.
Almost every species of constitutional
disease with wtiich domesticated ani
mals are afflicted is cau .od by negleot
or oversight in their aauilury or dietary
care or in their general maiiHgement.
M P. World -
There Is living on Staten Island,
In California,, a cTiine.',e leper who has
been tliero abont two years. His fellow-countrymen
takfj care to shun him
and he lias built a tint for himself In
which lie lives alone. , People of that
soction are anxious to rid themselves of
him, but do not know how to effect his
removal. He Is kept alive hy food left
by hi countrymen at a distance from
hU but, ,i I ti. ; ...
Richard II. Dana, who wrote "Two
Year Uefore the Mast" tifty years ao,
ie In Paris in poor health.
Italian needlewomen of the sixteenth
and seventeenth centuries were renown
ed especially for their fkill in what was
known us applique work. Very much
of this was done In convents. Two
fabric Wv e ') c! d, as, for csainplo,
vilyoi and Mlk, nud the came pattern,
it-ually a conventional one, was traced
upon enuli, nnd then caielnlly cut out.
The two were then carefully laid one
upon tho other, and theedtres concealed
by a une of tine cord or silk, or worked
over in buttonhole stitch. This style of
work was very much in demand in the
decoration of churches, nnd some of tho
old Milanese work is very beautiful, the j
selection nnd the ari'stiinng of colors !
f:t ing tho effect of deep relief upon
: The Choice of a School. Mrs. He
resford Midas: "I am so glad wo'veput
down riatitsipenet' name ' tor Kton,
lleresford! Ifere's tho newspaper ftys
there are more Ixirds and lianmets there
than ever?" lbuesford Midas, Ks., .1.
1'. (brother and Junior partner of Sir
Ccorgius); "Ah! but only one Dunk!
Piiy thoie ain't a few more loks, Ma
rial" Mrs. Hercsloid ALilas: "Perhaps
there will bo when rUulai?oucl'4 of an
ngc to go there." Mr. Hrrpsford Midas:
"Let's 'ope so! At all events we II put
down his name for 'Arrow as well; and
whichever 'as most IVoks when the
time M onies, we'll choose that, ycr
know!" J.oiulim 1'unch.
' A good mother, whose five-year-old
boy is csecptbuially conscieniious nnd
devout, has often been Miiillcn wiih t
panf of uppl'elii'iiMou .lest her darling
tuilit be too nud for this world. The
thmighl came into her mind the other
llav, hen her head was bowed by the
Mdc f her child' ut church in prater
li.ie: but this liain wait (pilekly haniMi
( I by a very diffeient feeling When the
jiltle b-iy said to her in a low whisper:
"Mamma, can't 1 go to tho circus to
morrow P There's going to bo a horse on
An inland correspondent writes
"Is canned lobster be tier than the fieh
article?" Oh, far better! Par better.
You can holler rivd times a loud in your
1-lcep and ten times as often, on canned
lobster. And you Ii-el infinitely worse
the next day. Oh yes, for carrying out
fill tho known purposes of lobster, the
i'lt lined ai tide takes tho purse and the
)lue ribbon by a whole utc.k-r Uurlin-
' Luck is ever waiting for something
to turn up. Labor, with keen eyes nnd
frtrong will, will turn up something.
I.nck lies in bvd, antl wishes the post
man would bring, him the news of a
legacy.- l.sbor tnnis out a t o clock,
and, with busy pen or rintring hammer,
lays the foundation of a competence,
l.uck whines. Labor whistl.es. l.uck
relies on chance. Labor on character.
CuUUn. ' ' '
Adveroity is tho trial of piineiple.
VitbouLU H-.nutn hardly knows wliclhor
lie is boni'.rt or not.
' Who never walks save where he
fees men's tracks, makes no di-coveties.
-J. i. UuUatul. i ;.. ' .
.; Xotning makes men sharper than
want. Atlimmi. -
i '""--llchdy money is Aladdin's lump.
Jliinji ' ......... -
f .f,i !..' .: Uaalmn4 Aiala. ' '
. I saw to unicb sitld hImjuI the merit n of
Hop Hitters, and iny wifu who was alw
doctorliur. and novnr wfll, teasrd nie o
tiricnitly to Kt her lome, i cundudad to tie
humbugged ajjaln; and I am k'"'! 1 '"r
In loss ihsn two tnouttiit' line of the Ttiiters
my wife wa cured and ho has remained o
foret;hteen innnthit slm-ertttlctrHui'KTiiim-bu:gHH(.
II. T. , bt. t'aul. l'umetr 1'rtu.
' Tna elothlna! men nr advertl!ni "m
iner suits." Hut It don't suit the fellows
who have to wear Inut winter's clothes dur
ing the but weather. It'it ltd H'uUvih.
Rrddiso's Krusia 8i.ti ha proved lu effi
ciency by a teat of three-quarters of a century.
A liKATKO teum " I'll make It warm for
" ' .. . ;
A Si lKNTM' icedltor exclaims: "What idiull
We ilrinkr" Ho luitit wait until somebody
ask him up. 1 '.
A JIjiooklvk man speut seven hours writ,
liiK an essay to pruvo that wuinau ia inferior
to iuiiu, and tlii u spi ul IWsi hours inure and
a heap of profanity in an inettecluul attempt
toitutjuda needle, a Jot Mhi'b a woumu
Dually did for him in about two ehalivit of a
It Is a serious time when the ibK star
faucs, iiml tin. only man wliu Keeps m-IiooI Is
tlio peiUigoguv teaebiiiK a sunnier term.
"Katukii," asked lit tie Joliuny, "when yon
was a toy did you use lu llitnK what .1 threat
Diun ynu'would be when you grew uij" "I
Siii4we so," kald I he bitlier: " why do yi
akthallr" "1 don't know," repliuj .lohn
B,"only I heiird yim y lust niitlit th.it
lite wan full of dinaiiuolntuu'Uts; I hat was
tH,. . . ... . . , .
f TilK bankers will meet In convention at
KUxat Kails. 1'Uiiy can afford to stay ovur
aiuht and take a
back to tbo depot lu the
" Mu," said a little four-year-old, ''I saw
touietliiiiK rua aorosa tlio kitchen floor IhU
nioriniig witlioul uny leK What do oil
VI in k it wnoi" lliu uiutUir Kuai-st'd lariou t
li gU-m worms and tlinix and tlien gave it
up, when the little fellow said; "Why, ma.
It was water. .',' !.
Kvkhy yomiat ninn at M'est 1'tilnt aif'S W
cllllli h Hi'intliiv. Jilts Would bs iiiiiter a
uoiiiiliiiiuiil tu the preaeher If tba yoi.ux
nieu wum iu4 obliged to go. .1 .
; , snrrr? -r-r..-' e- .--.--i
' As a-.tliftlc otiserver savt pink and ulilte
(,'liisa maki.a a IU'H allraollve luncheon dis
play than mlwr or dueorated porueluiu. Tlio
uenKu lua h rteud, iiowuver, dm anot idand
on ttie d!pluy oi dlnbas so lung as the
quantity ot tia.-h, liver and beaua is ample.
A kaik frlrnd akai ' ' Why do men rail
evenitiiDK Umt women wear on tbo head a
bound r' W uoAuuollie; uieu do not know
a hai-etiet. '
SM a mffi'nir from kidney tmuMn when
atikinltotry Kiriitev-Wort fm mniwlv. " I'll
try U. but It will mv iititii." ft eurfil
lilm mid imw he ri'ivoniin ii'ls it t i nil. If
you hvr ill-orilrri d in lie don't fll to try
It. liduma Jlu.utrX - I
iv s mini eniiiiot tn curf I by smnklnif, ho
Is h'Mi tuxwiitUile than liiuu. .V. . a
ynn. Kiln and lloqulloit.
JNl box " li ni.rli n Ki" ki- s lioii free
from IIIps, bcl-tni, miiiSifh, ruts, mti-e, Ati.
Ir nflllc't l t'li ! I'.yi", io Dr. t'o
Ttni"n' Eyff W(t. lU iii'lf ! m-11 it. Ahj.
KRS. LYQIA L PIHKHiM, OF LYKK,
LYDIA E. PiriKHATlVS
- Mmbwi ! vtvb4l (VmhiIm popHiRtlnaa
II will rur euutalv fi worH f"rm of Kittwk On.
l'n, Til'iim aUll Hixi'lru-i'iwntaj, ftl,l ttl CuflalUO,
Hi mI WfknM. fil t iinicaUit.AitftrV1 to Uw
I'l t'ti tit Uf,
11 will dljoW fttitxptiimurfnmthQtnMla
M rif Mait ff tfwT')' (wnl The trn--fWj U ri
e"Tu IiumonitfMnti dMyHfM reryr-wHlU f iu hm
it rvcuurm ruHnms, IUiulW, doairiirill omvutf
farrtimaUntu, uil tVvr rt.t,-nMa jt 1 pUhuacU.
It eitrw Jtl'XLUtig, UauvJiuriM, Ks-rtmi lmvtriTlrrit
anct taM-kAchf. to ftlmt taortTtiMMntlr rurtvi tor it um
It will M. All t'iiciutt umlor Ml.nlrtnjtKjiUm l
tarTntnjr with t.f Iamb that powm trmnlc KjMnn,
'ortficurol Kliltiy iituoUiuU t riliamw axtuM
Oo it i 1 1 ml in n,rjm.w4.
1TIU PIMI ! VTAri Altl.r CM-
l.rnn.M-VMi, I'n htx trrtttiHCr .'Wut Uy mul
Uitlirinn of pilK mlMt Inth funn of lmcri-
nKijt of prior, $1 prrb-s rort(hr Mra. iV'.nrnua
rt bmii.t iwwiti)4mvi(lA K. Pi nkhami
IA'-1.H rrU-i. cnr cnatlaiktioo. biikHiMeaai
Uk4 tfiydll ot tiie tiTr. X ceutf per UuA.
Bold by KICHAKD90N A CO.. 8t lonU. Mo
f FOItVKlC UV lUl HiIMS.
Feeble and Blcklr laraona
Ri'torrrttialrTtuilly bji ior'uli a oour of noe
letwr'i ktamwa BUUra tlio inuat pvpular lnrljcomci
and alirraUra niialllua In iih. Omrral d' blllijr, . r
and ague, da;'apla. euaatlpailoo, rheuia.ittMa an4
olhrr maladla are conipMaely nmoiad by It. AaK
thun1 bo have a It what It baa dooa for tttfm.
Fur aala.br all Drmnlua oad Dealora aooetaltf.
For Oliillai and 3Toxrsx
ano all otaiaaaa
aMaaeal by Miarii I'oiaouiua r lha lllooa.
A WAHHANTEQ CUUU.
I?rlee, & 1 .OO. rot aaiatyait nmnitta
ttrMla tka WirM. tin ika oIm Ev
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Racine College, Wis.
For terms, apply to DR. PARKER,
EacLua College, Racine, Wi.
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