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— When yon wit a hen do not pick out
the eggs indiscriminately, if you hare FW, pleuty of them.but select only the tineat v ... . i , speeimens.avoidlligeggs tlmt are either over or under size. They will give by more uniform chicks. j and -When we wish to extract inicna I _ , . . . ,, J own from any tiling we put it in cold water j of and let it gradually .reach the boiling vlted point, so when we wish the viands to ! them retain tiroir juices and use the watet 2 rl , . I • . * ! .only as A medium of cooking, then the j who opposite Course must he pursued. j nil —A physician says if children arc left I to themselves to develop propcrlv. ; lf ! '»'d . .. ... . . ' 1 „• ; «null rule, they will not be able to walk bo* J fore they are sixteen mouths old, and | well that if a child seemed backward in tion, they er. —The drought in some States de- at their idol him FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. walking it should not bo urged to make the attempt until about two years old. creased «as it extended toward the for este. The importance of preserving the forests ns an aid to a supply of rain during the growing season can not be too strongly urged. The farmers ir each section should form clubs for the purpose of protecting the forests. —Fish Chowder.—Take any large fish, and cut it in thin slices, lay some slice? of fat bacon at the bottom of the *pot, and then a layer of fish, onions, cracker dust, red and black pepper, salt and butter; then more layers until you have used all the fish. Cover the whole with water and cook until well done. —Rico Gruel. — Mix together one tablespoonful of rice-flour, a aaltspoon fill of salt, and a small cup of cold water. Add the contents of the cup to .a pint of boiling water, and boil for twenty minutes. Sugar should be served separately; and, when too thick, add milk until of the proper consistency. —Is farming a success? With some pretended farmers it is not a success. Hut when it fails with a man who strictly attends to his business, stays at homo, and puts brains and common sense in as foreman, and then fails, which is never the case, it will be time to decry farming as a profitable busi ness. had to —A commission appointed by the French Government to ascertain how much salt ought to be given to domes tic animals, recommended as a daily allowance for a milch eow or ox, 2 oz. : for a fattening stall-fed ox, 2$ to 41 oz.; for a fattening pig, 1 to 2 oz.; for a lean sheep, } to of an oz. ; for a horse, donkey or mule, 1 oz. —A large number of practical fann ers report their success in dehorning in letters to the Fanner's Review. These reports seem "to fully demon strate the utter uselessness of horns on domestic animals, and their removal, when properly performed, is not at tended with such suffering as to con demn t.ie practice." The horns must go !—Farm and Home. of the lu THE FARMER'S WIFE. his Though Living in th** Rent of Air She Tukot No Advantage of It. One of tho reasons the fanner's wife is apt to look sallow and jaded, and why she grows old before her time, is that tho minute the weather grows »old she stays in the house fro week's end to another. In summet time, gathering berries or garden veg etables. or feeding the chickens, will take lier out of doors, but just as soon eis lier t(. mie on longer conij as necessity go into the open air she remains in* One of her excuses is that sin 1 Htt-door exercise. side. lms no time for This doubtless is true, for there is nr, woman so hard-worked as the farmer s out for a short Wife, but she must £ walk • drive, if somelmdv thine; has to suffer in consequence, be sure there are not the incentives for going out that the city woman lias; the • shopping that can he a walk of a few r some To a?* I j "I . means n considerable expemlituro of time ami is not done any oftener than I unie I» I ,i dire necessity requires. Peiliaps the 1 nearest neighbor is not within walking , distance conseqneiitlv a walk will be | without any excuse in the mind of the ] . ■« .... average farmers wife. Go out .nul . walk up the road, then, a lnilf fidle , without any excuse except the saving ! of your health; that is the host possi ble cxeusi 1 tlmt you could have. Yuli will come back rested in mind and You will lie able to di> twice as 1 do it marketing Accomplished in blocks. If there is to he any shojiping | and a i the "team" must Ik* gotte This drive of several miles taken. brain. much darning and patching, r with better grace, with tho ren-wod energy which you have gained from walk in the fresh, pure air. The your farmer's wife lives in the best air tliere is U) be luul ami takes the least ailvan tage of it.— Détruit Tribune. Unique Work for Women. The fact that women who do ono thing well Dnd self-support possible, is well illustrated by the success of a sandal company at Grand Rapids, Mich. This establishment is owned and controlled entirely by women. It started operations some two years ago with a capital of less than two thou sand dollars. To-day it imports its chamois skin direct from Italy, and the silk used in making them into sandals for children's wear is purchased di rectly from the manufacturers. Tho institution gives employment to lmn dreds of needy women at rémunéra allow tive prices, and refuses to machinery of any kind to be used. Ihe report for tho year ended January 1, 188.% shows a net profit on invested capital of over three hundred percent. Work begins at eight o'clock n. m. and ceases at four p. in. What have <>ur masculine brothers to say nowP Are, not women as capable as men to direct and control large interests?— Women at Work. ! FW, " w,n * r,,riun * Throo*l. ih. rt.m.e : cake, JTJ W *T 'du"', When thp Grand Duke Alexis, of Russia, » runted the United States he war captivated [ by the w,ld Ilf* of the far western plains, | j and took a Croat fancy to the cow-boys, who i I Um »J the famed Cortack. of Ida , t own country. There wore three cow bora j of whom he iecume bo fond that ho iu vlted them to visit him In Russia. Oue of ! them was Jacques D-irdeville, from Now 2 rl «"" 1 | "«I" w " Robert «tacy from ! Nantucket, and the third was Rory 0 Brien, j who came from Dublin when n baby. They j nil had nicknames, Darde vdle'a being I "Daredevil Jack/' Mucy's „ Ruckaro Bob," ! '»'d O'Brlen'e "Little Brick»" from hie ; «null stature and pamy qualities in a row. J These cow-boys liked the Grand Duke so | well that they resolved to accepting Invita tion, and as soon as they could get ready, they went to Russia, and hearing that Alexis was in Moscow', they hastened thith er. Shakespeare's Macbeth was to be played at the theater in English on t*.e evening of their arrival, and they went to see it. General Skobeleff, the celebrated " White General," as he was called, who was the idol of the Russian army, w'aH present, and Daredevil Jack, Buckaro Bob and Liltlo Bricks happened to sit in the parquet near him and hi* friend General Krapotkin. BkobelelT, who had been told much by tbs Grand Duke of his cow-boy friends, sur* miasd who they were. THE COW-BOY COSSACKS; ! t j it der tion year tops the by one ing it and of ft-J Wh m the is % \ >; mb GENERAL 8K0BELEFP. Skoboleflf, having fired a bullet through a mirror ut an aristocratic party, had been de prived of his command, anil knew that he had got to do some daring deed at the be ginning of the war with Turkey, then just coming on, to get himself reinstated in tho royal favor. In order to eucoeed, he would need some comrades skilled in horseman ship, and of un flinching courage, and he at once thought that the American cow-hoys would be just the men for him. He was about to speak to tnera, when a loud cry arose, and the scenery to bo arose the shrieks of be to 1 stage were ho At once, from every quarter, omen and the shouts tire of men. Within fif y seconds the front of the us absolutely empty, save for parquet the three Americans and the Bkobeleff and Krapotkin, w ho lmd retained their seats with imperturbable coolness. Little Bricks said to Macy, in a quiet way: ** Rockoa thar ain't much show for us, Buckaro, unless thur's The», as he glanced around at the I door under that | ro officers. ataga demoralized crowd behind them, 1 der: " Well, I awar, ef thar at last." add öd, with some w oint't two real He referred to the two officers, who now slowly from their seats and came D> w-rds tho strangers, Skobeleff was as cool as a cucumber,ns h6 held out his hand to Little Bricks, »nd said, lu excollent English, or rather shouted lnho rose his ear: " You Ilow came you here? What brought you to Russia, I mean?" Little Bricks, grasping tho hand extended if L had been that of back his a iswer in tho other's ear: tho Grind Duke. Alexis. t(. 'o•—a trove follow ! comrade, yolleu " Came to Met him on the plaina Wo three helped him his first buffalo hunt Asked us to Mil him if we ever came to Roosh.a. Got on Ihre on ir. Know any j d <■ »tear thing about the Grund Duke, stranj-er?" at Sebastopol. V'OU I he Grand Duke 1 avv, not the army. You know he Is in the will not be ublu to do any thing with/urn in this war, gentlomon. Y mi had heltor come If w > g*-t out of this fire alive, c«all at that hotel in the morn ing. Is that unders oody'' t curd. rh we. Hfi s tided, and just at that moment Krapotkin touched Skobeleff on the , and pointed out that, under the sLugp, the door hv Little Bricks he hich the orchestra went i looked bluck. ; wide open, a?* it there was no fir *, in tlmt. direction. The gesture was sufficient, and SkohoicfT touched tho three c and pointed them to tho door. I Then Jacques Dardovilie seroamod uito j Skoboleff's ear: "I 44 Go and find if it loads out nnyvriiere, . and we'll bring some girls out that way." of Skoheloff noJUml »»»auk uuU <l»rtod I down to the op,min;: In.afew n.oimmts he uaino back io shout in las companion » 1 ^ , leads into an open court If there is be | no jam wo eanget out quite n number.' ] il.on tho five men left their plaoaof ssfe- , tv, and advanced to the back of tho Blirl.k . ^ rtruffJ?ling masa ot hnaianity. that was , jj^-g^juifuroimd the foot 01 tho b:.l "ny. ! Tho lire on tho stage had »prend by the curtain, over tho roof of the theater,, was already Hosins at tho curtain» of the as it -boys successively, | a i I boxea Skobeleff, surveying tho scone with diminished coolness, pointed to tho grout entrance door, which could still he seen through the smoke, and roared into Dardo viile'a ear: , ,,, 44 Blocked tight! Get them bncK! So saying, they began to pull at the terror arid »ti-lcken ones that tliey saw runniuv t fro in the rear ot tUa crowd, and pointed out, by gestures, the dark door under the stave- but by the tim" they had escorted »boot u score of ladies off in this way, tho fire ha t crept so near the stnjro door that shuddered and shrank Skobeleff the next-comers back from the apparent danger, yelled iu Macy'« ear: "We've saved all v girl apiece and let us go Tho Americans nodded silently, ....... looked about for a woman when they heard a great cry behind them, which was followed by a crash. Looking round, they saw that a part of the roof had fallen in sparks on the crowd, and that all hopes of escape seemed to be cutoff; hut they hoard Skobeleff Hay aloud, in Enel mb: ■ Cournge, my friends. If we get out of tills, you are the boys I want to have w th me." The continuation of this thnbimr historical narrative of * The Cow-Boy t os Baoks " is given ir. number thirteen ot ,1m New York Lcdner, the great family stoij paper, which is always full of tho host and choicest reading matter, and every nuinl or of which contains something to amuse, > entertain and to instruct the reader, eubscription price ot the New Fork ' Is IKJ a year; forais months. If l.ot), and u r four months, tfl, all postage free, bub gcribers can begin with No. U containing 0 continuation of the great story ol - The Cow-Boy Cossacks" Address hnbert Bonner's Sons, Publishers of the New lcrtt Letlgtr, corner of Spruce and Wi liam street«, New fork. ono is a It ago its the di Tho Tako another » can. while we c 1 each save, Ihe 1, and <>ur Are, at t;-.o i I for ! Pbedixo farm rrops, buying corn ami oil ™" : cake, meals and other waste producta lib- , a | H beat way to make manure and , » rich farm. ! the [ Has Uee will get upon horse» when the i tu | fowls are permitted to roost in a stable, i These pests move about at night, and will , t time» trouble homes very much. GRAINS FOR GRANGERS. ! I i is <* t ext > iav It must be kept m view that frosts may Xful. j come at any time, even as late as June, and I it is not safe to put out large crops of ten der vegetables before the middle of May. of Baris green for the potato IS Colds. bceu Tub oeetle, and Loudon purple for the codlin moth, is always dangerous unless due cau tion is employed by the operator. Every year somebody has been poisoned. U* •Ten long as the Tcbeus increase iu size tops remain alive. The starch contained m the tuber planted sustains the young plant until its roots are established, hence ad vantage of whole tubers in giving a more vigorous start. Gardens are commonly visited very early by the various kinds of noxious insects that destroy the vegetables grown in them. One reason for this is that they remain dor mant in their hiding-places under weeds, pieces of boards or clods of manure. Dai un no, when properly attended to, is one of the most profitable of farm indus tries. Great care should be taken with calves, especially those intended for dairy cows. They should have a lot to them selves, be well fed, and kept in good grow ing order. Team help is often scarce, and even if not it is best to use it with as great economy as possible. It is a great waste of time to keep a strong, able team standing idle while men are loading and unloading. By having two wagons this loss may be avoided, and the amount of work be nearly doubled with little extra expense. As warm weather approaches the smell of ammonia in horse stables will be plainly i perceived, and some means should bo te adopted to absorb or check it. The smell 1 shows th:it a valuable fertilizer is escaping, and the ammonia is also vory injurious to the L'hi A Hale A dred good i In ries the sight of horses exposed to it. Moro | horses go blind from this cause than any other. Rye straw is generally supposed to be the most valuable for feeding horses, and oat straw is tbo best for cattle. Wheat straw is not eaten so readily as the other kinds, which, when cut up and mixed with ground and outs cr bran, will make excellent . meru of v u nent a and corn food for horses at any tune. With the straw about one-fourth more ground feed should be given than with timothy hay. A fat animal eats less than a poor one, other things being equal; a fat uuimal gains far faster than a poor one; qud, like saving money, it is the first dollar Vhat is hardest to save; and soit is the first pound of fat (hat is hardest to make. Every succeeding pound is easier, until the very fat animal will grow fatter on food on which bis poor comnute would only grow poorer. ripe ated see Its and his Fallowr : Dr. Tatv«ia£tt Writes lia i i has f„r mi y years "The r.u-i iad full permission to publish my sermons. I shall continue to revise them tor this pa per, which is growing with miraculous ra pidity in circulR' ;, 'n. inllueneo and moral power." The same paper is also authorized | to publish Rev. C. H Spurgeon's sermons, which are sent direct from London every week by special arrangement. Lverv issue contains the portrait of one or two eminent persons with pictures und biography; a nummary of tho week's news from all parts of tho world; part of a thrilling serial story: Sunday-school lesson; short illustrated stories and missionary scenes, anecdotes, etc., etc. In short, it is a complete and ex cellent family illustrated paper of lb paços, and is rapidlv increasing in popularity, bub •ription price is •; 1 .'»» Special terms to clubs of two or mure. Send postal card for free sample copy to the Manager. (13 Bible House, New York t'ity. Wc would strongly advise ders to'send -•*> els in stamps or cur _>r a two months trial subscription. C. D> h6 to ! our ruaev of llrrlln. Mil of on ye u-s of It us - iu have bt state The t.'z owners mrly fifty l.-'dS that Nicholas bought rs. It uns i' 1. len, thore As an of re N '. 7 Unter di any j the os lb Citiz Ml. I• V iu*.*. u 1 5,00J ducats which sum the fund for erect in the great vl.'cli institution i a.o given free n lie s V'OU fe tlmt r You to ti cil» in tide Ihe I ' ; t v ,\ «y I HI tho N '.-Ii da - of Frank 1 iirti»i' I tv-five aged .'.o: shelter that the —Randolph County, iu West Vir any tilings to be proud of. •at us til at I is area the highest ard. It has Rhode i-land. mountain in tin-State Mount R; vein of coal is the richest The Scott family, on [ vill outweigh any fam uito » is don t know wearing glasses is; ami l never have ssfe- , Wll allle R ,. t a pair that suited > . j. ..... ows and nose. 1 Second was "° Ul ,u > c -''" "ny. bpeakoi the ayes and the The Wiis, vorld. in the Roaring creek, il v in the United »Slates, and W inches- f Park, in the county, is the largest oast of the Rockies. ter Mine preserve —First Speaker—"Say, follows, you ■hat a bore this tiling of •an't expect tho latiimou's for a •'Well, v ns to be thing. "—Harper's Bazar. I —Friend of ex- IVink Cashier—"M hat New grout seen arid do you mean by appearing I>w the police are Ex.—"That's all right. and in York ; don't you km after you?" They have published my picture the police are using it as a clew." the tho that —** What is home without a mother? It's a placo where the girls call sit up with their fellows until they hear tho old man coming in the gato about mid night .—Kentucky iS'hffr Journal them, had all hut mb: of th os ,1m stoij and or > ' u r bub hnbert lcrtt street«, —A little girl showed her brother a "That star is bigger " Nuf it isn't," said "Then win doesn't star and said: than this world." each save, Yes, it is. he. ?.t keep the rain oft'?" How do YOU feel this morning, "I don't know, child. 1 — Li16, grandma?" The doctor has not come you' «(«COBS 01 ], RHEUMATISM. förroboratlve and Conclucivo TcsUviony. Lowoll, Blau., July Ü, 1S87. Oentl«n«r.---Mr. Lewis Dennis his Jnst callad t;-.o epon me, And lnfofms tr.t U.ki die luj- tnla Eublu« t-mtehes, *nd vtm who was a poor cripple eared by ßt Jacob, Oll In J381 ; th# remained permanent, Th# ] certainly proves the eücacy of Et. Jacobs Oil. rr. oco. o. osoooa, m o. tu tracual labor, So!d by Druggists and Verdat Fx<er%icher <V Tha Charles A. YogoIerC'o., Dai to., Md* un fail! cpr cur* i Parait Aüiî Bittbes Is I for all diseasea orisrinat ins' in biliary de ™" P''"'(f.fifjjfi 1 n'ot!!, ':■ mediunenow* 1 , a | H \ v iU no effectually rtmmv the diaturb , lUi , ami at the «metime tone up ! the whole ay stem. It is sure# and haio lu i tu act.ua. r ■ I Tnr plnmher who whist! i is <* p tradoxionl creature, for although ho > iav ids pirn;, yet he pipes hie lay —i'Ua Xful. v 1 I while at work b«et '■h.al Tiorh'i ' were 11 town's J> IS 1SV) introduced, and their sun <•- h as a eure for Colds. Coughs, Asthma und Bronchitis has bceu unparalleled. yon are compel led Why comp! U* change yi •Ten the world FREE! A 3-foot French Glass, Oval Front, Nickle or < 'berry Ci chants only. R. W.Tansill A: Co..Chicago bee domicile every spring?— i te 1 ^ ir Case. Mkr The rooster is n the hen is y positive I 'r l. but ■—l'i(»burgh eggiuve L'hi cU. It A Prompt Way of Easing Asthma. Use Hale s Honey of*Horchouud and Tar. Hike's Toothache Drops Cure in one mmute. baa land A lawyer's brief consif.ts of half a hun dred --uges of reiteration. Ir indicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac; Thompson's Lye \N utor.Druggists sell iL«oc. | The popnlar manic for mlsslonarie« It 1 h from Pagun-ninL A •elect: Now vs. Thou j Adolph to the he rhts to re! Our oldest inhabit ..tit <i p'n him d good old times, but when y< t hon*':div admits that ) luctaatl y that is not greatly da;, veil in thus Hood's Far«a Take fur i rill a. \\ ussibiiity to have pr >d ild ha the olden nedicinp the arti of In the prep ries which iiivt | h. . discarded, thu« is of the .mbi 'laiir-d and ; meru :al eiTcctii of tho m v get Able kingdom peculiar to tu.t tive prupcrti'-s are secured by .crn and orig l the Massachusetts College of through C. I. ■nt. stopped . Their i al that an * u process^ nent professe Pharmacy, while being show Hood & Co.'s ammoth chablis: A the and looking Mr. H ot i ferring to competing houses, Another point w«»rihy of menti hat is the pas This is tho present. right ho re: 1 t. but the I il. accile ripe fruit of Industry and study. It wus ughly educated in th ■ l made to-di.y If tho pu. h e the selectio mt ts ii ated by men tin ulation of medicines and is their personal supervision, see the care exercised chase of every article that Sarsaparilla, and tho cleanl n with which its whole preparation is conducted, they would not wond-r at its grw power or at the hold it has un p lblicj Its success is the natural r - and giving every p his money—One hundred '*"?es i ruler and pur A-j Hood's eatness i.nfiuei lent ter a ex ollur. Hood's Sarsaparilla Prepared by es, Lowell, Mass. Sold by druggists. 81 : six f > C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apotheca 100 Doses One Dollar 2 , 0 i ■ * iTisAPunturvtsrrAsLt priparhios I 0*1MWjfc • —— — - EPRICKtfPpRicXLYtf - 15 ENNA-MAN 0 RAKE-BUCHU HAKD OTHDl fcgJAUYEfrICIEST RDAEOIfS B Ithasitood the Test uf Years, t|_in Curing all Diseapes of the HBL BLOOD, IIVEE, BTÖM ACH, KIDNEYS, BOW ELS, &c. It Purifies the Blood, Invigorates and Cleanses the System. i BiTTERSi of I DYSFEPSIA.CONSTI PATION, JAUNDICK, SICKHEADACHE,BIL IOUS COMPLAINTS,&c disappear at onco under its beneficial iufiuence. It is p urely a Medicine as ; .ts cathartic proper ties forbids its use as a beverage. It is pleas ant to tne taste, and as easily taken by child jren as adults. PRlCKL YÂSHBÎTTERS CO Bol« Proprietors, ST.LoriBund Kambxb Crrr CURES ALL0I8EASES QFTNE LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH Vir of. AND BOW ELS. AllDRUEGISTS I ard. on [ have PRlCnOOUAR f for MaT. disorders or Tiia Stemadi, liver W and BswbIs i you of -TAKE um PACIFIO I PSLLS tho a STRICTLY VEGETABLE. CnreConsttufitton. Indigestion. Pvspepsia.]*nH Blok Headache, Liver Complaints, Low of Ap» , Jaundic«, etc* Price, 35 Cent«, hat New petite, Biliousness. Nervou For Sale bv all Druggist* PACIFIC ■ÀIIUFACTDR1M& CO.. ST. LOUIS. ML E>"'s Cream Balm are and I Uivea relief at once and - fetelcOLD in IIKA 1 », rtfl Catarrh and Hay Fever. up tho mid Not a Liquid or Snuff Apply Balm int ELY BROS..*SiGreouw U-h St.,N'Y iV SCOTT'S a said Li16, OF PDEE COD LIVER OIL I OLllid _ Almost as Pobtabloac Milk. ioa cf con i.ivrn on. th*t !Uy anti tolerated ter a lung time Tlie culy prej e»n bn taken bi dclleats itonmchs. .M> as A nt.)tt:t)Y r ot fovbrvPTtnv . £(],(>; I 1.01 S tn'i:i i lobs, tv.l 'i u, <iK ~ PÏÏÂT '.KbII.irf.~Yn, MIS AM» 'Ill'tI MT Ai ~. Ï t:t tb" i iu it#. It is marvol ! __ TŒ utui endorsed ly ILa bbioîT'fiyalcunfl fn the countries of tho world. «•to hy _ ttF^Send lt»r Pamtibiot <'n I» af*. Aa drtM, SCO I T cit HOHM, N**w A o-k. tu ■foTOtfbKtt :Jt#a« hom, »nfl »,k<- morewonar^ett. •nvtlnnceUf in the vrorlJ fc.itb«*r a«-w ' _ lofto*. KKKU AdUr\»», iKbïi to., ABgosU, M»*««, 1 tl'Utt titrj t.mtf-'u »«ae For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. lived th# .tiflr skill has at laet Ioqk nr Med medic d. by Wad let' snd ft r ' r .burnt# the a. with other effne »■iBciently . crt.i th* ■ UP. deb d < in*. < «1er) I remédié*. which, a.tiuir the k.dney* liver and b« Btreutfth »ad renew vitality 1 hw median* la b«et Ii* ( Npasne's S&Y ., (ombound I nnocmptM. an it mart* i th** treatment of aerveua tri üble*, iiiety. diM-aee. lay the foundation of ;«n*-nca It fill« B place bwetnf Overwork. prostration and weakness, and tuediea do act mend the baa shown that th** u»o.a! ;n and partly Recommended b j protwmon&l and buemena land for circular* of the nervous system Price SI.00. Sold by drogfitte wells. RICHARDSON & CO.. Proprietors | 1 aURLIKOToN. VT. SHOES FREE; A NEW PAIR OF j Adolph Meyer & Co.'s 1 $2.25 fated Shoes' r on no I* Goi.A. in k rn. <■ For LADIES and MISSES' : •s J* UJ T.cONOjH EN AND BOTS. ADOI.ri! 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