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HOUSEHOLD BECIPES.
B icb F vddiso . —One and a half teacupa
o? boiled riue, one of sugar, two of a wet 6
milk, and üto eggs. Lump of butter large
as a walnut.
Ora-Eao CaKB .—One and one-third cups
of flonr, one-third cup of swaet milk, one
cap of sugar, ono tableapoonfnl of melted
1 utter, ono agg, and two tableepiwnfula of
I akin? powder.
Hie® CrsTAitOy— Tîoîl rice slowly, -with
out stirring much, until it is tender, turn
it into a mold to cool ; roako a boiled cus
tard thin and sweet, and pour over tho rico
before it is nerved.
C ocoa- N ut C am.— Bngflr, two enps;
butter, ©ne-hftlf cup; sweet milk, ihren
feurtbj of a cup ; whites of iiieggs ; flour,
two and one-hal^ cups; two teaspoon fula
baking powder.
Sotm APPLE J ellt .—Take good sour
apples and stew them tender ; squeeze
through a coarse cloth, add sugar to taste,
end simmer down as thick as desired.
PlB C hüü T . —One gill of lard, one gill
of oold water, one teaspoonful of salt, and
flour enough to make a stiff dongh. ihis
will make three pies with tops.
Qelatixk Icino for C ake .—One scant
tablespoonful of gelatine, dissolved in two
tablespoonfuls of hot water, mi* with pow
dered sugar till quite stiff, spread on the
cake and smooth with a knife dipped in hot
water.
Mikuts P udding .—-One quart of sweet
milkt three ««Mrs ; beat the flour and eggs
together, and stir it in the milk while the
milk is hot;, keeD stirring until it is thick
enough for pudding ; serve with sugar and
cream.
Y aciit O yster S tew .—Strain, cook,
and skim the juice of twenty-four oysters ;
boil celery and quarter of a small onion in
a little water for half an hour or nntil the
celery is well cooked ; then add a pint of
milk or cream, a tablespoonful of butter, a
tablespooni'uT of pounded crackers, a tea
spoonful of Worcestershire sauce, sslt. pep
per, the oysters, and cooked.juice, and boil
all three minâtes, or until the edges of the
oysters shrivel.
M ock L emon P ieb .—Three eggs, one
and OM-half teacups of sugar, six dessert
spoonfsls of cream, four of flour, a small
lump of butter ; dissolve a small quantity
of citric acid (about one-half teaspoonful)
in extraot of lemon, and add enough to the
mixture to give it the taste of real lemon
pies Thia is excellent. The above quan
tity will £11 two crusts. Bake without a
com.
O range C are .—Mix two enps sugar
with the yolks of two eggs, then add the
whites beaten to a froth r tt add a large
tablespoonful of butter, then one cup of
milk, with two teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der 4'ssolved in it, and last of all flour;
flavor with lemon extract; bake in jelly
pans. Filling: Two oranges, one lemon,
grate the rinds and add the juice, one cup
of water, one cup of sugar, tablespoonful of
oorn-starch ; boil until smooth ; cool before
putting between cakes.
T artar S ao CE .—Put the yolk of a raw
egg into a bowl, with one level teaspoonful
of dry .mustard ; one level saltspoonful of
salt, and as much cayenne pepper as can
be taken tip on the point of a small pen
knife blade. Stir these ingredients with a
wooden salad-spoon or spatula until they
are smooth ; then add, a few drops at a
time, one ((ill of salad oil and three table
spoonfuls of lemon juice, stirring quickly all
the time.. When_the sauce iç thick and
smooth, &13 tue tuuum..K luj^icaieuls toit,
and keep it cool until wanted for use : one
tablespoonful eaoh of chopped parsley,
•ners, and gherkin, and one teaspoonful
breed and thrive. JThere are instances,
however, of their living to an advanced
age. and isolated cases as long as twenty
years. Cows have an average of fifteen
years, although, as with sheep and other
domestic animals, they often exceed their
allotted time. Rings on their horns indi
cate their age after they arrive at the age
of three years. At four years old a ring if
formed at the root of the horn, and every
succeeding year another is added ; thus, by
allowing three years and adding the num
ber of rings, it is easy to arrive at the ani
mal's age. Hogs have been known to
live for forty years, though their ayerage
is much less. The average of the horse is
twenty years, but as beasts of burden they
seldom 'attain that age. When kindly
treated, however, and well provided for,
they will exceed twenty, and instances am
on reoord where they have lived to the age
of fifty. The longevity of the elephant is
greater than that of any other animal. The
average age has never been computed, but
many have been known to live to a very
advanced age. There is a white elephant
now living in the Imperial Menagerie in
llusia that Is said to be over 160 years old.
I t seems probable that, at no distant
day, the shores of the Dead Sea will be
come the site of varieus important indus
tries. The waters of the sea abound in
cbemlo&l salt of great variety—they are
seven or eight times more salt than those
of the ocean. These salts are chlorides of
■odium, magnesium, calcium and potas
sium. All of them much used in the arts
and some of them having special value.
With the prospective opening up of the
East, consequent upon the Berlin treaty,
we may rationally expect a multiplication
of facilities for travel and transportation.
With these facilities established, that won
derful region of which the Dead Sea is the
centre, offers opportunities for profitable
investment of capital that are already at
tracting notice.
N othing makes a man so in love with
purity aa purity. Many a man has been
lifted out of debasing ains against whioh he
has vainly struggled, by coming to know
and love a pure, sweet woman. It is the
sight of embodied goodness that makes us
want to be good. Many a mother by the
quiet usefulness of her life, fills her children
with n desire to be like her_ that_makes
tiieir lives utter a word of conscious teach
ing, who, by their example do more to
make people around them gentle and truth
ful and Christianlike, than any preacher
can do. It is not those who talk about
goodness, but those who are good
the light of the world.
I t in impossible not to be struck by the
origin (illty and cle verness of the Spanish
gipsies, even in their vioes. A gipsey man
wna recently at a confession one day, and,
whilfct he was confessing, he spied in the
pocket of the monk's habit a silver snuff
box, and stole it. " Father, " he aaid im
mediately, "I accuse myself of having
stolen a silver snuff-box." "Then, my
son, you must certainly restore it" " Will
you have it yourself, my father?" "It
Certainly not, my son 1 " " The fa
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proceeded the gipsey, " that I have offered
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SWIFT
SURE
SIMPLE
SILENT
STRONG
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Ii to MSG
New Improved high arm, new wechsnlrs'prlijcl
plrsandrot tj movemanis, aatt.niulic, dirtct and
perfect Action, cylinder shsttle, nalf-rcuuie needls,
positive feed, do ipriCKS, few parts, b .lolmnm
weicht, do friction, no noisp. no v ear, no fatigue,
no •' tantrums, " capacity onllnittrd, als ays in or
der, richly ornament, d, rirke 1 plan d, and
pcr/ect satisfaction, hetid fur circtilius. A "
AVERY MACHINE 05*.,
812 Broadway, New York»
Thé tfineôt Cl^aip
j ON EARTH
Is the Celebrated
With over FIFTY Chang««
OF POSITION.
A LUXURY
THAT
SHOULD BE IN
EVERY HOUSE.
' think or iti
A PARLOR, LIBRARY, SM0KIN8, RECLINING OR
"»VALID CHAIR, L0UN6E, FULL LEN6TN BED,
and CHILD'S CRIB, Combined, and Adjuitable to
any Position requisite (or Comfort or Cowenlenco,
930 BROADWAY, NE^ YORK.

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