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HOME, FAM AND GARDEN.
Mosquitoes are said to be expelled
or disabled by placing a little buhach or
insect powder on some burning paper in
the bedroom. "'
Milk in any form is good for poul
try. Mixing it with ground feed is not
only nutritious and healthy for chicks
but is one of the best articles of food
for fattening fowls and for producing
Milk Lemonade. Loaf sugar, one
and a half pounds, dissolved in a quart
of boiling water, with half a pint of
lemon juice, and one and a half pints oi
milk. This makes a capital summer
Remove the corn from the ground
and plow the stubble under if land is
f to be sown to wheat. A freauent meth
od is to sow the seed upon the stubble
and then cover it by plowing alightfur
row. The surface is then Harrnwori nr
i left rough.
& Molasses Cookies.--One cupful of
I thirds cupful of hot water, two-thirds
R cupful of lard or butter, one egg. one
I teaspoonful of alum, one teaspoonful of
saleratus, and two teaspoonfuls of gin
ger. These ingredients will make ninety
. to 110 cookies.
$ Beef Hash. Two tumblers of hot
(water, a large spoonful of butter, three
tablespoonfuls of grated cheese and the
i same of fine bread crumbs; then season
highly with cayenne pepper, adding
three tumblers of cold beef, minced.
) I It should all be stirred well together
and served as soon as hot.
c Excellent White Cake. Two
cups of granulated sugar beaten to a
i cream with a scant cup of butter, then
I add a third of a cup of sweet milk, the
whites of eight eggs beaten to a stiff
frotb, and three and a half teacupfuls of
1 sifted flour, with two teaspoonfuls of
, yeast powder mixed with it. Flavor
and bake in a moderate oven.
When puffs or wind-galls appear on
the ankles of young colts, they may be
considered as the result of constitution
al defect arising from breeding mares
similarly defective. In this case the
blemish" will be incurable. The only
treatment is to prick the puff and put a
bandage with a pad over the part so as
to keep a constant pressure on it.
French Rarebit. Take three
ounces of cheese, cut it in small square
pieces and set it to fry with a little
piece of butter. When your cheese
begins to melt, have three eggs beaten
up with salt and pepper. Four them
upon your cheese. Stir and roll it all
into a sort of muff and take it off. The
whole operation should not take more
than one or two minutes. Try it.
Eggs can be preserved in lime, slack
ed as if for whitewash. The eggs are
packed in barrels or brick vats, and
kept covered with the lime. Or they
may be preserved equally well for do
mestic use by smearing them, when
. perfectly fresh, with linseed-oil, so as
to cover the shell with a complete film.
They are then placed on their ends in
boxes or barrels in fine cut hay, straw,
chaff, oats, or bran, and kept in a cool,
Butter-milk Cheese. You can
make delicious little cheeses by warm
ing up buttermilk until it quite curdles,
r.rmn straininor it. thrrmorh a. haor. miTino'
the curd with a little cream, butter and j
salt, then pressing it into a small basin
or cup for a few hours. It is very nice
for breakfast or lunch. The best
scones, teacakes and plain cake are
made with buttermilk instead of sweet
milk or water, using a small quantity
of carbonate of soda.
Onion Soup. Cut a number of
onions into dice or very thin slices.
Toss them In plenty of butter till light
brown; moisten them well with broth,
and let them simmer gently for an
hour, adding sufficient water from time
to time. In the meantime fry some
sippets of bread to a bright golden
color in plenty of butter. Throw them
into the soup when done, with sufficient
salt and pepper, and serve immediately.
The yelk of an egg well beaten, thor
oughly mixed with twice its bulk of the
liquor, may also be added to the soup.
The best method of applying liquid
manure is to spread it from a large cask
or tank mounted upon wheels. It can
only be conveniently spread upon grass
or young crops, and" it is hardly proba
ble that it can be done economically.
The better way would bo to absorb the
liquids of the manure by the addition
,4V of litter of some porous kind, and if
nothing better can be procured, earth
or sand may be used. This can be
sprea'd with less trouble than liquid
manure, and unless it is required
for garden or market crops, young
corn or grass, or similar purposes, the
dry manure will be most convenient.
At present it will not pay to use such
laborious methods with common farm
crops, because the ordinary methods
can be applied as effectively and more
The common adulterant for vinegar
is sulphuric acid, which is used on ac
count of its intense sourness. Its pres
ence may be detected as follows: boil the
suspected vinegar in a glass or porcelain
vessel with a little solution of calcium
chloride. This is made by diluting hy
drochloric acid with four times the
quantity of water and adding powdered
chalk or marble-dust until no further
effervesence is caused by adding chalk
or marble. The solution is filtered for
use. If sulphuric acid exists in the
vinegar, a precipitate of gypsum (sul
phate of lime) is thrown down on mix
ing the solution with the vinegar.
Vinegar is also adulterated by adding
infusion of acrid substances, as pepper,
mustard-seed. etc. These may be de
tected by evaporating a small quantity
of the vimegar to concentration, and
.' - 'the taste win reveal tne loreign suu
Among the passengers who arrived
in' Paris at the Orleans terminus, re
cently, was a gray-bearded man of about
fifty, in Oriental 'garb, with eyes wide
open but void of expression, being blind
irom cataract. Be was led by a gii
ten, ot interesting appearance, also in
Eastern dress. The child guided her
father outside the station ana then, ad
dressing a bystander, said, "Hopital!
hopitalT" This was evidently the only
word in French they knew. A railway
servant assisted them into a cab and or
dered the driver to take them to the
Hotel Dieu, but there they could not be
received, as the affliction from which
the man was suffering was not one of
those treated there. The cabman then
took them to a police-station, where the
police gave them food and allowed them
to rest on the couches. The inspector
on duty questioned them, but the only
reply he could obtain was the words,
"Mahmoud, Telia, Jerusalem, hopital."
Later the Commissary tried the old man
in Spanish. The latter understood him,
and then related the circumstances that
had brought them to Paris. His name
was Mahmoud and that of his daughter
Telia. He was a small shop-keeper at
Jerusalem, and while traveling in the
desert had contracted a blindness, from
which he could obtain no relief in his
own country. He resolved to come to
Paris ; and, leaving his business to his
wife and younger children, he started
with his daughter, carrying with them
some carpets and perfumery to sell on
the way. They sailed from Jaffa in a
trading slup and landed at Bordeaux.
Finally they had reached Paris with just
six francs and two carpets worth about
60 francs remaining. The Commissary
of Police obtained their admission to the
Rothschild Hospital, where Mahmoud
and Telia will be kept 'while the opera
tion for cataract is being performed.
The next "new thing" is likely to
be glass type for newspaper printing!
Experiments have just been made in
Paris with glass type, and the result is
said to have been very successful. The
type preserves its cleanness almost in
definitely; it is said to wear better than
metal, and to maintain its sharpness of
A Nebraska 'Sunday-school was on
a railroad excursion. A boy leaned out
of a car window and fired a revolver at
the same instant that a girl put her
head out at another window, and the
bullet killed her.
NEW YORK, August 21. 1880.
CATTLE Native Steers. 8.50 a 10.00
COrTON Middling 11
FLOUR Good to Choice 4.10 a G.25
WHEAT Red. No. 2 1.07 0 1.03
spriii!', No. 2 1.03 & 1.0o
CORN No. 2 50 50?i
OATS Western Mixed 38 O 40
PORK Old Mess 1G.0O a 1C.25
COTTON Middling S 11
BEEVES Choice 4.70 & 4.85
Good to Prime 4.50 4.05
Native Cows 2.25 3.00
Texas Steers 2.50 3.00
HOGS Common to Select.... 4.50 5.25
SHEEP Kiiir to Choice 3.00 4.00
FLOUR XXX to Choice. 4.25 & 4.80
WHEAT No. 2 Winter K U5
No. 3 ' S5 0 S5
CORN No. 2 Mixed. 35 u 35
OATS No.2 25 26
BYE No.2 70 71
TOISACCO DaikLugs 3.30 3.60
Medium Dark Leaf. 5.25 6.75
HAY Choice Timothv 12.00 a 12.50
BUTTER Choice Dairy. 20 a 22
EGGS Choice 10 a 11
PORK Standard Mess 15.75 1C.00
BACoN Long Clear 03i 0S2
LARD Prime Steam 08 a- 08
WOOL Tub-washed, Med'm. 45 a 47
Unwashed " .. 28 a 29
CATTLE Native Steers 4.30 a 5.00
HOGS Common to Choice.. 4.50 5.25
SHEEP Common to Choice.. 3.t0 a 4.00
FLOUR Winters 5.00 a C.00
Springs 4.00 a 5.00
WHEAT Spring No. 2 87 a S72
Red No. 2. 92 ic'Ji
CORN No. 2 39 39Jf
OATS No.2. 24 a 25
RYE No.2 68 70
PORK Mess 1GJ50 a 16.75
CATTLE Native bteers 3.25 a 3.75
Native Cows 2.40 at 2.70
HOGS Salesat 4.40 4.75
WHEAT No.2 0 79
No. 3 72X
CORN No. 2 Mixed 27K
OATS No. 3. a 27
FLOUR High Grades 5.00 a 5.75
CORN White GO 65
OATS Choice 33 & 40
HAY Choice 20.00 0 22.00
PORK Mess 15.75 a 16.00
BACON Clear Rib 09'i 10
COTTON-Middling a 11
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Mr. A. W. Wetzel, of Nauvoo, III., suffered
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I have spent over two thousand dollars,
said J. D. L. Harvey, Esq., of Chicago, to
cure my wife of Rheumatism. Two bottles
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medical treatment and other remedies failed
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Prof . Morse, of the University of
Tokio, has just issued, in the Science
Memoirs of the institution, a most
elaborate and exhaustive treatise upon
the prehistoric "Shell Mounds of
Omori," in t Inch he shows conclusively
the existence ot cannibal practices in
ancient times among the inhabitants of
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All housekeepers who have ever used the
Charter Oak Stove are enthusiastic in its
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The large flues and heavy castings, exposed
to the fire, make the Charter Oak especially
adapted to onr soft coal, which is destruct
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operation, heating water just right.
A Brooklyn man is so bow-legged
that a dog which tried to run between
his legs came out on the same side of
the man that he started in on, and then
when the man went to kick the animal,
he hit a man on the other side of him.
Several Good Things.
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If you want a good square meal,
Buy a Charter Oak Stove.
Every Farmer and Teamster should know
that Frazer Axle Grease cures sore necks
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WanoFT's Fever and Aeue Tonic the
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Advantage of Heavy Plates.
The soft bitdminous coal used in the West
is so destructive on all cast-iron that the
heavy plates in the Charter Oak Cook
Stove will be appreciated by housekeepers
as well as dealers. This advantage, with ex
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make the Charter Oak the most desirable
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Bedding's Russia Salve meets with won
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