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TkAINING HIEmRs.-It is a very easy
matter to train a heifer to stand quietly
to be milked, but it is an easier matter
to train them to jump, kick and run.
The way to teach them to stand still Is
to always require them to do so. If
there Is naught to hinder a wild heifer
from running, and if her fear prompt
her to run, she can and will, run. On
the contrary if she cannot run, in a
short time she loses her fear and
stands from habit, and habit is one of
the most powerful influences in this
world for either brute or man. If you
want to transform a wild heifer into a
well-behaved well-trained cow you
must ba patient and exhibit no temper.
Never strike or kick lier. She must
first of all. get acquainted with you,
and learn that you will not hurt her.
he must learn not to fear you. If, in
Winter, It is best to milk in the stable,
make as little fuss and as few alarming
motions as possible; handle her very
gently. Be careful not ;o pinch the
teats. This is the great source of trou
ble. A cow naturally wishes to be rid
of her milk. She stands quietly until
some careless milker has given a
squeeze that hurts, when she kicks and
runs. By following such a course a
few times the habit will be confirmed.
The best way to manage, if you have
no stable, is to have a tall, well-fenced
yard, and teach your heifers to stand
for milking In that; or, next best, to
tie them, using them very quietly. No
man or boy is fit to handle animals un
less he can control them and control
himself. Neither is it right to chas
tise the ignorant.
Tun AMERICAN VS. TiHE ENOLIs
DAIRY.-WO have on previous occa
sions, says the London Liv-Stock Join
nal, pointed out that we in England
were losing ground in the race, and
that America was gaining it, and that
the differetce was owing to the fium
proved methods and appliances in gen
eral use In the latter country. The
. disparity Is only less marked because
the soil, the herbage, and the climate
in this country are oech and all bettor
than those in Ameriea for cheese-mak
ingpurposes. Itis purely a question,
then, of practical ability, superior man
agement, anil we say so advisedly. Ten
or a dozen years ago the quality of
American cheese sent to this country
was such as to cause our own cheese
makers to smile; but now the smile is
on the other side of the face. At that
time no one thought for a moment that
we had anything to fear froim the qual
ity, whatever we had to do fron the
volume, of American competition in
cheese; but now we are beaten all
along the line. And this Is not so
much because the quality of English I
cheese on the average is lower than it i
used to be, as thatthe quality of Aner- i
loan is so greatly improved. Careful I
inquiry Into scientific principles an(;
scrupulous attention to details of mana
agement are tile means by wilth1c our
American friends have so much bet- 1
tered their dairy products. lncrealed
knowledge, quickened energies, and i
incessant activity in adoptiig every
Improvement in appiliancecs and modes
of management, will alone enable us to
Cows.-Treat them generously and
kindly, but do not keel) tei fit, un
less they are to be turned offinto beef.
A cow Is a machine, a laboratory for
converting raw materials into milk.
If little be given, little wlll be received.
All animals should have exercise, es
peclally those kept for breeding. ome
of them are naturally lazy, but they
' will be bether for stirring about in the:
open air. It Is cruel to keep animalsI
tied up o'r shut up for days at a lime.
They nieed light too. Direct sunlsinIe
.exerts a powerful Influence for good on
animals as well as On plants. D)o nlot
overlook a good supply of' pure water
two or three timies a (lay, or good v'ent-1
ilation and( proper cleaning of stables.I
When the ground is fruzeni and covered
with anew, It may be well enough, on
Pleasant days, to scatter t,he fodder and
alw the stock plenty of room to i)ick
it up; but when it is muddy, no one0
but a sloven will fodder on the ground.
Good racks should be made for the sake
of con.venioee and economy.
REPAIns IN ReADs AND PATuls.-It
should be remembered that the worst
spot in a p)iece of road, whether p)ublic
or private way, measures tihe capact.y
of thle team ior huiling loads over it.,
or in other words, a team cani diraw be
twen two given p)oints only what It
can draw over the hamrdest spot, wheth
or that be a steep lill or a muddlly
slough hole, no matter how perfect, the
other portionus of tie way may be. A ny
- man would be considered a fool who
sbould keep a good pair of horses for]
hauling leads aind then perisist, in using
themi on a one-horse wagon, (drawing
but half load at a tIme, and( yet that is
'just what we are all doing, w lie, year
after year, haul manure, farm products
and merehandise over roads that, by 1
the expenditure of a small amount o1 4
labor, would enable tus to haul doublei
the weiht we now drawv. April is
oftentimes a goodi month for miaking]
repairs in roads and p)aths.
The ordinary coloring matters used
in cements usually in jure the setting
power more or less, anId 11a11 to produlice
pure tints, According to experiments
made by a German chemist, however,
this difficulty may be overcome, and
permanant color washes be produced,
by mixing equal volumes of the diry
pigment and burned and washed IlIit
with milk of lime, a litt,le wvater glass
being advantageously a(ded. Thei tint
thus produced is described as very
agreeable, and, If sta ble mine,ial colors
are used, as durable as the ceminent it
self; surfaces of great beauty are po
ducd by em ployinlg finely powdered
marble and 11 ht, wit,h t,he faintest tint
of chrome green. Tihe wvash is applied
as soon as possible after the cemtent, has
set, and, if practicable, in one coat
only, but if two are nlecessai y the see
ndIs madie with the adlditioni of w%ater*
glass, in order to be en'etve,
In an essay on magnetic strains, a re
cent solentitlec writer describes a meth
od that may be resorted t tor' (letecuting
the contact of micrometer screws, andl
which is of value, as it la apphicalble in:
very many physIcal and mlechlaniceal
exeimet.In a test of this operat,ion)
temicrometer scre w had sixt,y threads
to an inch, and its h1uad was gradluatedi
to 800 parts, so that the unit of inlea
inurement was 2the 0one 18,000th of ani
inch. The iron' bar, micrometer scr'ewv
and a telephone were p ut in the circuit
of a weak Lelanchoicell1. When the scr.ew:
was turned up to loose contact wvith tihei
bar, uhin familhar boiling soundi ora too
sensitive miorophmone was hieardl, which
ceased the Instant firm contant was
made, the change to silence being ab
rupt and sharply defliedl
t nenglner says, that from one-half to
thre-furts o apound of borax, put
ler-cal. Aterputting in the0 borax
be advised to run the engine a wveek
and then blow off, when the scale can
be soraped out from the bottom of the
101 OREAM WITH Eos.-Two quarts
new mIlk, ten eggs, one tablespoon
corn starch, beat the eggs, wet the
corn starch and cook it in the milk,
then stir in the eggs and cook but do
not let them curdle one and a half
pounds sugar. Cooi the night before
so it will be thoroughly ool, add two
teaspoons vanilla. It you wish straw
berry flavor to the cream, mash and
strain them, and add ,sugar, one
pint of berries, for ounces of sugar to
wo quarts of cream. Put the cream
into the freezer and set in a tub or pall,
fill the pall with broken Ice, strew
,oarse salt in large quantities between
ach layer of ice, taking care that It
lose not get into the cream. Break the
Ice by putting It iI an old grain sack
ind pounding with anl axe. As the
3roain freezes scrape it from the bottom
%nd sides of the freezer with a knife or
0poon. A large size lard can or tin
pall may be used instead of a freezer,
but in that case the creamn must be eften
icraped from the sid'esand well-beaten,
;o make It fine-grained.
BOSTON BHOWN BRIEAD.-HIalf pint
lour, one pint corn meal, .'alf pint rye
lour, three potatoes, one teaspoonful
ialt, one tablespoonful brown sugar,
#wo tablespoonfuls Baking Pow
]or, half pint water. Sift flou, corn
neal, Irye flour, sugar, salt and powder
,ogethor thoroughly; peel, wash and
well boll two mealy potatoes, rub them
1hrough the sieve, diluting with the
water. When this is quite cold use It
o mix the flour, 0to., into a batter like
.ake ; pour it into a well greased mould
laving a cover. Place It in a sauce
pan half full of boiling water, where
lie loaf will sinmmer one hour without
,he water getting into it. Remove it
'h0n, take oft the cover, finish cooking
t by baking iII a fairly hot oven thirty
The Greatest Blessinw.
A simple, pure, harmless reiedy,
hat cures every time, and prevents dis
mae by keeping the blood pure, stomach
'egular, kidneys and liver active, is
,he greatest blessing ever conferred
1i)1oni man. Hop Bitterh Is that remedy,
tnd its proprietors tire being blessed
.)y thousands who have been saved
ind eured by it. Will you try it? See
Inother colu In.-Eyle.
LouSTErm CitOquilTT-s. - Mince tile
lesh ol a lobster to the size of small
lice, season with pepper, salt, sples
ti1d as mluch cayenne as will rest oil
e point of a trussing needle. Melt a
)leco ol' butter in a saucepan, mix with
t a tablespoonful of flour, then the
obster and some chopped p:trsloy;
noiston with a little fish stock until
lie iixturo looks like minced veal;
lhen stir into it oil the fire a couple of
elks of eggs, and put it by to get cold.
Whien neliarly so sha'pe it Into the form
)f corks. egg thei, aiid roll them In
)aked bread-crumbs. After the lapse
>f all hour egg and bread-crumb thent
igailn,taking care to preserve the shape.
AIter a little tie fry them a nice
solor In! hot lard.
Tn . purest article is the chealpest in
he end. Dobbins' Electric Soap,
imade by Cragin & Co., Philadelphia),
8 perfectly pure, snow-white, and pro
lerves clotlies washed with it. Be sure
Lild try It.
'1'EA B'scurrs.-One quart flour, one
.easpoonllut salt, half teaspoonlsful
Baking Powder, one tablespoon
ul lard, one pint milk. Silt together
lour, stalt, sugar' and powder; rub in
he lard cold ; add tile milik and form
nito a stuoothi, coni1stent dough. Flour
he board, turni oult the doughl, ro0ll It
)ut to thie thickiness of three-quarter
n1(eh, cunt with am small round cutter;
tny themil close togetheri oin a greased
)tking tini, wash ov'er with mlilk, bake
ni good hot oven twenty mlinlutes.
31ILK-Y EAST iIREADI. -Take one cup
uui of' milk, add( hlot water to warmif tihe
ilk ; mix s1ifted nour to make a thin
ponige ; let stand over night Inl a wvarm
11ace1; ini the mlornling aidd one half
pu~luii of butbter and( flour to sufhicient
y stiffen f'or breadl, kneading thor
igh ly ; ll pans11 half1 full, and in a
A'arim platce allow the loauves to rise to
lie tolp of the pans15; bake in a steady
>Ven1, nOt too hot, one0 110ur1.
J F you want your' chlickens to grow
aist feed them 0on oatmleal scalded with
weet or sour mil1k. Donl't make tile
13ed( Wet, or sloppy, 1n0r give more at
meeC than wvill be eaten up clean). Only
)reparle as much at 0once as will be all
iatent befor'e an iy fermen tation takes
>111ec in it. WVhere oatmeal enn not be
tnd, lIne cornmeal or eraekedl wheat
11111ilarly treated anld adminlistered will
mlswV.er' a very goodl purpose5.
BOSTON CREuAM CAaEs.-hlalf pound
)lutter, three-four'ths polud of flour,
night eggs, onie pint of water ;stir tile
Jutter inIto t,he water, whichl shlould be
vaurmi; set it Onl tile fre in a pan atnd
et it boil, stirrinlg it often ; wvhen it
oihs, stir' inl the flour; let It cool; beat
lie eggs light and1( stir4jnto tis cooled
laste ; bake inl smaiull buttered pains tenl
InIutes, filllig them) half (ful.
Sw EFr APPLE U PU DDINo.-One quart
>f scaiiled mil1k, halfI pint of Indian
neail, CIup of' molasses5, 9Ipoonfull of sailt,
uweet aIpples. Mix these all together,
md1( cuit the aplIes (pared) in small
11eces anld stitr in. Bake Rnot less than
.hr'ee hours inl a mnoderate oven.
V EAR SwEEITIREID.-Scld in salt
md1( wa'ttr and remlove stringy part;
lut in-c(Old wa'uter a few iniulter, dir'op
in a clo1.1thil in egg and brecad cerumtbs,
'r3 brown in butter; take out, p)our I
,he pan11 a cuip Of creaim, a litt.le chop
11ed parsI'ley, Ppepr, sailt, anid a litt,le
'lour ; loll!lup and pour over the breads;
Th'le poetry of Babyhlood Is turned
into tihe blankest kind of prose when
)ino htas to walk thle floor all niight to the
acaseless mnusic of a colle-suf'orlng
baby. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup prevents
ill such scenes and1( troubles by Its uni
cea CluEAM wtIrnoV-r Eoos.-T1ake all
the creami youm cani spare add new milk
Lenouigh to maiRke thle dhesIred quantity,
sweet.enl and1 tlavor to taiste; both the
sweeteninIg and1( flavoring seem to
"freeze out." If' desired a little arrow
root or corn'I starch may1 be cooked In a
little mil1k tand st;irred iRn.
Pit )ir.RDEIruA IC CIRAM.-DissOlye
one pound of whlite sifted sugar In two
quatuIs of fr'esh pure1 cream, 0110 table
spton extra'tct. When linished, d~rain
oil' the water, relpack with lee and salt,
cover' wit,h a woolen blanket and let
standmt two or three hours.
OmIT HID 01F ONut Cof,D before 01 ouContract an.
DShier o n top of It, or you may secuirely ost ablish
the seicdsof a verious Lung ComplaInt, before
you as-o consciouis'of danger. Bettr prudent,ly
resort to Dr. Jay no's ExDpotorant, an efreot,ve
sure for Couhis and 00 de, and helpful also for
itsheaininnnna~ on ithe Lung. and Dron
"I'M gon' right in this river," said
he, saggering toward the string piece
as the policeman clutched him by the
collar. "Lemme go, I tellyer. You
emme go. I m just golh right in th's.
river and Im goin' ter to rown my
sorrers. I've busted oround 'Byer
country till I'm finished. Yer heai
me! Lemme go, will yer? Oh l just
lemme get inter the swelln' tide. Let
go yer hold; lemmealone. I'm goi
to bust a hole in mortality,"
But the policeman lugged him off.
"Say, ol man, yersaved ni'llfe," said
the would be' suicide, as he khooked
his hat over his eyes.' "You'r a square
f'ler. Now lemme go to bed. Y'ear
me? lemme gohome Got two ton dol
lar bills? Got 'em "
The policeman said he had a ten and
two fives, just to humor the man.
"GoodInuff. That'll do. Gimme the
lon," and he pulled out a twenty dol
lar bill. "Glimme the ten, y'ear? Goin'
to makeyer present ten dollars. Take
this and gimme ten. Yer saved m'life."
Once more to humor him the police
man gave him the ten and took the
twenty. He didn't want the money
but the exhibition of gratitude showed
a dawning interest in alife that should
be encouraged. Then bidding him
good night the policeman walked-off.
If the drunken man who was rescued
from death by a tall policeman will
scnd his address to headqtfarters, he
will receive back his counterfelt twenty
dollar note and hear something to his
IN one of the Western States a case
was tried, and at its termination the
Judge charged the jury, and they rA
tIred for con.ultation. Hour after hour
passed and no verdict was brought in.
The Judge's dinner hour arrived, and
he became hungry and impatient. Up
on inquiry he learned that one obstinate
juryman was holding out against
eleven. That he could not stand, and
he ordered the twelve men to be
brought before him. He told them
that, in his charge to them, he had so
plainly stated the case and the law that
tihe verdict ought to be unanimous, and
the man who permitted his individual
opinion to weigh against the judgment
of eleven men of wisdom was unfit and
disqualitled ever agin to act in the cap
acity of juryman. At the end of this
excited harangue a little squeaky voice
came from one of the jurymen. IlIe
said: "Judge. will your honor allow
m to pay a word?" Permission being
glven, he added: "May it please your
Honor, I am the only man on your
Given up e)y Doetors,
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at worir, and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it is true that lie is en
tirely cured, and with nothing but Hop
Bitters; and only ten days ago his
doctors gave him up and said lie mist
"Well-a-day I That is remarkable!
I will go this day and get some for my
poor George-I know hops are good."
'HEY were sitting about the stove at
the grocery listening to the yarns of
an old sallor, and the ancient mariner
had just remarked: "The next we
tackled was a right whale. and he was
an ugly one and stove all three of our
boats and killed the second mate,"
when a sad-eyed main In the corner
timidly observed, "it seems to me that
instead of a right whale you tackled
the wrong one." And then they ali
rose and marched out in single file, and
the ancient mariner was so mad that
ho tried to kick a saw-horse and barked
his shin in nine places.
4 FEw years ago the State a A ttorney
of a northern counity in Vermont, al
though a mnan of great legal ability,
wams very fond uf the bottle. On 'one
occassion an important crimiala case
was called on by thne clerk, but the at
torney, with owl-lIke gravIty, kept his
chair. "Mr. Attorney, is the State
ready to proceed?'' said the Judge.
"Yes - hie-no--your honior," staim
mered the lawyer; "the State is not
in a state to try this case, to-day ; the
State, your honor, is--drunk 1"
SEE TO ir that your child meets with
no neglctl when sick, use for the dis
eases of babyhood l)r. Bull's Baby
Syrup ;--it never disappoints. 25 cents.
A scnOOL. teacher who had just been
telling the story of David ended with,
"'And all this hal)pened over three
thousand years ago." A little eherub,
its blue eyes opening widie wvith won
der, said, after a moment's thought,
"Oh dear, maim, what a memory you
have got I"
"Is Christianity a Failure ?" It is
not, of course-especially to the man
whno starts out on Sunday morning
with a fishing-rod disguised as a cane,
and to thne woman wvho has a $35 new
bonnet anrd is driven to church in her
own carrirge, with a coachman rigged
out in livery.
VEcoETINE has restoredi thnousanids to
health who had been long and painful
IT is estimated that the time wasted
by women of the Unilted States in look
lng under beds for men at night if de
voted to work would result. in a year's
time, in making over 47,000 pairs of
suspenders for tihe heathen.
MARY BEANE deemred herself neglect
ed by her lover at Denver, and shot tine
man with whom she found him play
ing cards when lie ought to have becen
visiting her. Tihis shows the wicked
iness of laying cards.
ANY circus which puts more on the
wall than it can perform under canvas
will run a chance of being struck by
SOME day or other~ a mani will jump
into the arena of life with a successful
flying-mahineo, and fnvite nil wvise old
heads to take a ride.
A sUREg cure for corns--Kiek your
corn through a window-glass and the
panoe is gone forever.
CLAMs aind bivalves--"Steamn" valves
when cooking, andi "safety" valves
wheii not eaten to excess.
Thne age of Miracles
is past, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery wvill not raise tihe dead,
will not cure you if your lungs are hall
wasted by consumpt ion, or your sys
tem sinking under cancerous disease,
It is, howveyer, unsurpassed both as a
pectoral and alterative, and will curs
obstinate and severe diseases of the
throat and lungs, coughs, and bronr
chial affections. By virtue of its
wonderful alterative properties it
cleanses and enriches thne blood, thus
curing pimples, blotches, and eruptions
and causing even great eating ulcers to
heal. Sokt by druggit..
CO16NyATIoN haS been called the
father of diseases, therefore ' it shotild
not be regarded as a trifling ailment.
It is quite as rnecessary to remove -In
pure accunfulations from the bowls as
It is to eat or sleep, and no health can
be eXpeoted, where a costive habit of
bodylprevails. Take a half-tablespoon
ful o Simmons, Liver Rtegulator after
each meal, the bowels will be gently
moved, as if no medicine had been
taken. Regularity in taking the medt
clie daily will effect a permanent cure.
"HAVC used Simmons' Liver Regula
tor for Constipation of the Bowels,
caused by a temporary Derangement of
the Liver, for the last three or four
years, and always when used according
-to the directions, with dealded benefit.
I think it is a great medicine for the
Derangement of the Liver; at least such
has been my personal experience In
the use of it.
Chief Justice of Georgia."
ROLL JELLY CAKE--Four eggs, one
cup of sugar, one cup of flour, one tea
spoonful of baking powder, a pinch of
salt. Mix all well together and roll
out on long tins. As soon as baked,
spread over any jelly and roll up im
AMOUNT OF FLAVOR FOR TWO QUARTS
CRHAM.-- Vanilla-One tablespoon of
extract. Lemen-One tablespoon
extract or juice of one. . Straw
berry and' other fruit-One pint
finely strained juice and four ounces
sugar. Chocolate-three ounces Baker's
chocolate, four ounces sugar melted in
four ounces water and finely strained.
TiHicit Ls but one way to cure bald
ness, and that is by using CAUDOLINE
a deodorized extract of Petroleum, the
natural hair grower. As recently im
proved, it is the only dressing for the
hair that cultured people will use.
"WHAT," asks a communistic paper
"are kings good for?" A man never
appreciates the real value of kings'until
the other fellow holds.a pair of queens.
"I GUEss you must have been kissed
by all the pretty girls In the country,"
somebody remarked recently to Com
modore Nutt. "I guess I have," he
replied; but it Isn't such fun as you
Fhink. It gets awfully tiresome." So
IT is said that a baby will cry no
harder If a pin is stuck into him than
lie will if the cat won't let him pull her
tail. It is therefore' cheaper to pin
Froi the Chase County "Leader."
COTroNwooD, Chase CO., Kansas.
"Anakesis" is the name of a Pile Remedy
introduced in this section of the State upon
the recommendation of those who have tried
it, by W. W. Jones. William Barton says he
tried every remedy recommonded, but "Ana
kesis" was the only one that offected a perma
Samples of "Anakesis" are sent free to all
sufferers on appli ation -to "Ana4tesis"Deot,
Box 8940, Now York. Also sold by druggists
everywhere. Price $1.00 per box.
is a dry, vegetable compound of wonderful
efficacy in all diseases of the liver and kid
neys. One package makes six quarts of med
ioino which contains no poisonous liquors,
being prepared in pure water.-Eouo.
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t(at wil rf ioua mbnod. e_ OIila-A This great
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A Valuable (lf Free.
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Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Mt adache, Constipation, Dyspep
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Broadway, N'ew York city, N. Y.
The Voltato Belt Co., Maraball, Mieb.
Will send their celebrated Eleotro Volt e
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All1 Writere, and Their Namnee are
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Reader, Have You Got Sorofula, Scrofu
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Druggiste, Ohemists, Speak, Indorse and
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H1. 1. 8TvavNis, ESQ.-iea si8r: i do not lke
to write testimonials for advertised medicines,
but the great'- eneilt that so many of my cue
tomo's liyc obtained from the use of Veget,ne
Compeis me to say that with an experience ot
over 2'. yearsi, both in Oreat Britain and this
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