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Educating Youmo Horses. Rev. r u Miirrav eives. In the Golden Bute, th following directions' for educating or toudK horses: "If you have a colt to Uoh, and have the habit of spoaking Iharply and loudly, corroct vourself of It at once. Colts are timid, high-spirited things, if they are worth any thing; md be who manages them should be of ouiet habits, and have a low, pleasant toned voice. The trainer that yells tands in the same oatcgory as the driver in the publio race who screams aud hoops like a Comanche Indian wheu coming down the home-stretch; thoone boula be banished the track, and tlio other turned out of the gentleman's sta bles. Our method of educating a colt to the harness and wagon is to educate him singly, by himself ; and this education ihoiud begin very early. When the colt i, twelve or fourteen months old begin to put the harness on him. In a few weeks he is accustomed to it and ready for the shafts, But, in doing this, do not be in u hurry. Give the youngster time to get thoroughly acquainted with every strap and buckle, as it were. Lot him see evory thing and smell every thing. The senses of sight, smell, and toucn are tho great avenues of knowl edge to tho horse, especially tho last two. The ear and eye give tho alarm. Thesn two organs stand, as It were, on piokot for the animal's safety. But if yoar horse is frightened at any thing, let him smell and touch it, and no will fear no longer. If your colt is afraid of the har ness as it comes rustling out of the harness-room, lot him touch it with his nose, and smell of it a few times, aud he will soon understand that it will not hurt him. If he is inclined to kick or jump if the breeching-band or any strap hits his hams or legs, by gently rubbing them against the sonsitivo places he will soor become indifferent to them. By tho time the colt is two years of age, or even less, he should be educated to go be tween tho shafts, either forward or back ward, and be thoroughly familiar with the harness and vehicle and ordinary road-service. Renovating old Pastures. The worn-out pastures which abound in some of the older and especially the Southern States, have previously been exhausted by severe cropping with grain, tobacco or ct.tton. The land is cropped until it will no longer pay for cultivation, then turned to grass, and the failure of that marks the smallest possible degree of fertility. Bushes, briars and hedge take the place of val uable grasses, until their decay furnishes material for a revival of fertilty. Such land is however richer in plant food than is generally supposed. Cropping rare ly exhausts more than one or two ele ments, and a soon as these give out the land ceases to produce and arrests the process. Nine times out of ten phos phate of lime is the lacking ingredient. With this, good crops may be produced, 6nA if a aiiifaKln ror.af.inn lnnlllflino WIU c. OUlWCfW . W ... . 1 """ (-3 clover, is adopted, fertility will be in definitely maintained. It is only thus that we can account for the wonderful results of improved farming on some of the so-called " worn out " lands of the Southern States. If the soil were really deficient in plant food, it could not be so easily restored to fertility. Undoubt edly fcfter cropping ceases, the decom position of plant food continues, so that after a few years of " resting," fields once fertile may again be bi ought un der cultivation for one or two crops. In the old settled parts of the South this process has usually been repeated once or twice before the land has been given over to scrubby trees and bushes. To bring such land np requires greater outlay than where only the first or ori ginal fertility has been exhausted. Many Northern pastures are gradually failing because milk, cheese and wool, all rich in phosphates, have been sold from the farm. There is a difference in the manure from a milch-cow and that from a fattening cow. The fattening animal takes mainly the carbon and al buminoiils needed to form fat and lean meat. A cow giving milk, or a grow ing young animal, abstracts from the food the phosphates to form milk and hone, aud the result is a deficiency of this element in tho manure. Selling butter does not havo this effect if the buttermilk is fed on the farm and the manure saved. Excepting the oil, the buttermilk contains the strength-giving and flesh-forming elements of whole milk ; but the whey from curd is of lit tle value for feed, neither doe? it make valuable manure. The discovery of Phosphate rock in the South is of im mense importance to its agricultural fu ture. Of course its first use will bo on cotton or other cultivated crops ; but th improved farming, ruoie attention "1 be given to renovating old and worn-out pastures, and when this is atp tempted, phosphate in some form will j found the most essential clement. Oountry Gentleman. The Emnresa. of Austria is now a grandmamma, and yet no one could, with Justice, give her more than 30 or 32 J at the outside. Her waist is still J "wind and as small as when she was Voun Pr.ncess, and not, as now, her J"y- Sometimes her face wears a rt lovely color, and, after gallop rS op and down two or three times "long avenue of the Prater, she looks ranger and prettier than ever. She M a strange life for an Empress, and ds society as much as possible. t all hT our Txrxxtmtxtxmt' hnt twi OM rWri to heir mia H.h th I mrt la know, tint Dr. Bull's Baby Ejmp "ooc tufctlt. orn m cha! aines u rivalry of pocket. HOTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Canned String ifcans. String them ; break in pieces; cook in boiling water 10 minutes and can like tomatoes. Canned Quince. Pare them, put them in water, boil them till you can pierce them with a straw; skin into a can, fill it with hot sirup ana seal. ' Spiced Grapes. 6 pounds grapes, 4 pounds sugar, 1 pint vinegar, z laoie spoonfuls each of cloves, cinnamon and allspice. Boil slowlv until done. Grape Catsup. Take, 6 pounds grapes Doiieaana coinnaerca, 24 pounas sugar, 1 pint vinegar, 1 tablespoonful each of cinnamon, cloves, allspice and pepper, and i tablespoon salt. Boll until a lit tle thick. 1 Canned Sweet Applen. Take ' 10 pounds of apples (after they are pared and quartered) to 6 pounds of sugar, 1 pint vinegar, spices to suit the taste ; steam tho apples till they, are soft; put them in the sugar and vinegar; cook a few minutes and then can. Bisen Flannel Cakes. Intol quart of flour put 2 tablespoonfuls of salt. Beat 2 whole eggs, ana pour in a quart of milk, first boiled and , cooled to prevent its souring. Beat the batter quite light ; then add 3 tablespoonfuls of yeast; beat again, and set to rise until morning. Bake on a griddle. . Pickled Peaches. Rah the down all off with a coarse towel ; ' steam in a steamer until they can be pricked with a straw. Have ready a jar and some whole cloves : stick 3 or 4 in each one and drop in the jar. To every quart of cider-vinegar put 1 pint of white sugar, 1 ounce of stick cinnamon ; boil all to gether 4 hour, then pour on the hot peaches. If the vinegar is good these will keep nicely all winter. Those which are to be saved for use during the next spring and summer put in fruit cans and seal. Baked Apple Pudding. 6 moderate sized apples, 2 tablespoonfuls of finely chopped suet, 3 eggs, 3 tablespoonfuls of flour, 1 pint of milk, a little grated nutmeg. Mix the flour to a smooth bat ter with the milk, add the eggs, which should be well whisked, and put the lat ter into a well buttered pie-dish. Wipe the apples clean, but do not pare them; cut them in halves, and take out the cores ; lay them in the batter, rind up permost; shake the suet on the top, over which also grate a little nutmeg; bake in a moderate oven for an hour, and cover, when served, with sifted loaf sugar. This pudding is also very good with the apples pared, sliced and mixed with the butter. Plain Buns.l pound of flour, 6 ounces of good butter, i pound of sug ar, 1 egg, nearly i pint of milk, 2 small teasooonfuls of baking-powder, a few drops of essence of lemon. Warm the butter, without boiling it; beat it with a wooden spoon; stir the flour in gradually with the sugar, and mix these ingredients well together. Make the milk lukewarm, beat up witn it tne yeiK of the egg and the essence of lemon, and stir these to the flour, etc. Add the baking-powder, beat the dough well for about 10 minutes, divide it into 24 pieces, put them into buttered tins or cups, and bake in a brisk oven from 20 to 80 min utes. Chow-Chow Take 50 small pickles, 2 auarts of silver onions. 2 quarts of green string-beans, 1 dozen green tomatoes, 3 heads of cauliflower; let the onions stand in brine 12 hours, then peel. If the beans are large break them. Slice the green tomatoes, cut up the cauli- . ..... 1 - 1 ct 1 flowers ; let ail scana in onne z uuurs. To 1 gallon of vinegar use one pound of mustard (common is the best), mix it with a little vinegar, and add it to the rest. 1 or 2 tablespoonfuls of oil of mustard, 1 tablespoonful of cayenne pepper use more spices if preferred. Tie the sDices in a white cloth, and boil in the vinegar, before adding the mustard. It can be put in preserve jars in alternate layers ; fill i full ; when filling the jars add here and there a lit tle red and green pepper; fill up with the mustard; make air tight. An Old Crime Recalled. Tim Heath nf Jane Cunningham, a tiont. nt. llairvienr Asvlum. at the age of 73 years, says a Baltimore paper, ends a somewhat remarkable ca reer, and recalls a startling tragedy of 50 years ago, in which sho figured prom inently as " tne woman in mo uaao. ShorifV Snwarinrrfir. of Washinffton County, a young man of wealth and high social position, had just taken to his residence a beautiful bride, when he met by accident Miss Cunningham, then a charming and accomplished girl of 19. Tf xx. a a o naaa nt Tmit.lin.1 lovfi at first sight. A criminal intimacy followed, knowledge ol wnicn nnauy came 10 me Ho Khurrlv after Cilia Ul HID TVUllg " ' i v . .... . I this, Swearinger, while horseback rid ing with his wife, asfced permission to leave her for a few minutes. She re- f.xaaA in irrant thn nrivilep-e. and after upbraiding him for his intimacy with flliss uunningnara, inreiueneu w iimuw if ha Infi. her side. Findinir her in earnest, and anxious to free himself from the alliance, lie hurled ner irom me horse, and she fell to the ground -.,jn Tho killinc occurred in Allegheny County. He threw the body among avian ru-Laa i rn..;i.,ut ih. h.ircfl. to winvev the impression that the animal had fallen and killed its rider. This theory was at first accepted, and tne murdered wnmn v.. hiiriotfl from her husband" home, he appearing in the role of chief mourner, suspicion km uusutunj excited, and threats of an official inves-! fiction nmmnlnl the murderer tO CV from the State, taking bis. paramour ... . ... ,4 i. I il 1 XX ntn nim. tie w purncu, New Orleaos. returned to Allegheny County, cocvicted of th crime purely on circa msUntiJ evidence, and hanged at Cumberland. On the scaffold he confessed the crime. Miss Cunniajr- ham lived the life of a prostitute in the South for many years until ner beauty faded, and nearly a quarter of a century ago she came to Baltimore, and, becom ing insane, went to an asylum and re covered. Being without friends or means, she then entered the City Alms house, aud for many years has beeu a devout and professing Christian. She was connected with some of the loading families of Western Maryland, and was a woman of education, culture, bril liancy and beauty. 1 The name of Disraeli was assumed by an ancestor of the Premier, who, in the sixteenth century, was expelled from Spain with 600,000 other Jews; Bea consfield's father withdrew from the synagogue in London, beoause he had been fined 40 for refusing to serve as warden. j . . ' Thousands of boys would go dirty all summer if it were not wicked and dangerous to bathe in the river, Bays the New Orleans Picayune. - . , -' The festive Roata nd portive oowi , I Can never, never knit their browne. 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