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RAGMCN7S. Fried Apples. ("'elect only mod crately tart apples, cut in slices across ho tliut lliey will lo circular; let tlie slices bo half an inch thick. Brown in hot fat in a frying pan and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Prairie Farmer. -Uingor Cream. Take four ounces of preserved finder, cut in small slices, two spoonfulsof the ginger sirup, four yolks of fyps and a quart of cream. Placo over tho (ire till it thickens, but do not boil. Sweeten with a half pound of sugar; whisk until eold, and froezo. Harper's Uazar. Tema to Catsup. For each gallon of ripe tomatoes une four tablespoon iuls of black pepper, three tablespoon f uls of ground mustard, one teaspoon ful of allspice, one teaspoonful of cloves and a wee pinch of cayenne. Simmer slowly for three or four hours, then strain through a sieve, bottle'nud cork securely. Ono feels safer if tho corks and the tops of the bottles are dipped into hot wax. Farm and Home. Pinoapplo Sherbet. Peel and chop ono largo or two sinull pineapples, and put tho fruit in a saucepan with ono quart of water and cook slowly half an hour. Tal;o a ironoroui pint each of Migar an I w.iter, place in a pan over the fire and lot it come to a boil. Unb the on o I pineapple through a sieve, and a. Id the boiling syrup aud cook for live minutes longer. Cool and freezo, lees are best served in glasses. Boston lludget. Miss Duniell's Custard. One quart nf milk, yolks- of six egsrs, one cup of sugar, one pint of eronin, one teaspoon ful of flavoring. Make a boiled cus lard with mUii sugar and eggs; strain, and when cool, add cream and more sugar. If desired, toother with the flavoring, Beat the whies of the eggs, and ad I just boloro freezing. If the cream is to bo mol loci, add ono table spoo.iful of gol turn that lias been sou I; 0-1 ono hour in ouo-half cup of cold cream tii.it has been reserved from rule. Iloilsoliecpel' -Lg; Timbal. -Brat six eggs well, mix with thorn a tenciipful of chicken broth or stock, u Id a teaspoonful of salt, a dash o. popper, teaspoonful oí chopped paisloy and lifleen drops of onion juico, obtained by cutting u hlieo from a largj onion and pressing tho remainder against a grater. Pour this mixturo into a buttered dish niter all tho ingredients lire well iacorpi rated. Set the dish into another con taining hot water and bake. Norv. with tomato or cream sauce. Ohio Fanner. Coffee as a Deodorizer. A sprink ling of fresh-ground eoffoe will keep gamo sweet for several days. Soo.i after tho gamo is shot, wlpo off the blood, covor tho wounded parts with absorbent paper, wrap up the heads, and then sprinkle ground coffee over ami amongst the feathers or fur, as Ike ease may be; pack up cnrefnlK'. and the game will bo preserved sweet ami iresn in me most unrvoruil weather Oamo sent npo'i and loo cannot, of nourso, bo trvod In tlii uiim.T, but all ;(iim p;....' i i:i 1 ; hampers i,. , ..... til of oolTee is enou'it . n- a brnoe of birds, aud iu this pro, ii n ; ion for inore or 'arger birds.-Liverpool (Kng.) Mer cury. WEATHER IN HIGH ALTITUDES. Signal HtHtloim In Mm Mountain of Eu rope mill AllKTK'H, I In a paper recently road before the I Boston Scientific soeiuty .Mr. llotch, of the Jlltie Hill observatory , makes some statements about high-altitude sta tions for nioteoroliigieal observation. Tiie lir. t siimniit elation in tho world was Unit established in IS70 upon .Mount Washington, at no elevation of 1,'.': II feet. Some remarkable observa tions have been in; ds there, such, for in. .lance, as a tomp.Taturo of ti.ty do fives below zero during the progress f a gale blowing at 1 S4 miles an hour. The station at Pike's Peak, 14,131 f.-ol ligb, has been closed, and there are now but two summit stations iu the United States where observations are made regularly, viz., at tho Lick ob servatory and at l!lue hill, near Bos ton. Tho highest meteorological sta tion in the world is that maintained by Harvard college observatory in Peru, at the summit of LI Misti. i.i,:iihi .'et't. It U visited several times a : .tin t li by ono of tho staff of the ilur vrd observatory below, at Arequipa, .vim attends to its self-registering in .;iuiieiits. checks tho readings, etc. A i-nle tlid chain oí high-altitude sta v n . t :: id i in France, includiuir those .i .'lo'iK.t Venton.N. r.,,',"it) feet, and the .o ,ii Mi li. Ü.44D eot. Tho highest of i,.i stations established by M. Valiot o,i or near Mount Blano is at the noicr- tl'.'s Bosses. M.li'.'U feet, which rov iL'il with sol . -recording instru iioiil i capable of running two weeks , u.ioitt attention, and is in use during to v.- summer. The Mont Blanc obser vatory of M. iJansson is not yet in op or. t.o:i! it has an altitude of 15,780 feet. T.io highest permanent observatory i,, w :u in e in Europe is the Sonnblick 0. alioa, 10,170 feet, in the Austrian Alps, which has given valuable results. 1. Witzerland and Italy have well lo ci. ted and equipped mountain stations, and the one on lion Nevis, in England, t!ioii;rh not so high, hns given a ten yi'arV unbroken series of hourly ob .crvutions. Of course it is possible to iioiul seli-recoriliiig instruments up in -.iiloons to a much greater height Laa:i a person could reach and be able to breathe. An iillitudo of ten miles rnd over lias been reached by this means in Franco, and last July in Ucrmauy, with very valuable results. Kites also havo carried anemometers tc considerable heights with good re sults. Dr. Bcrson last year reached an altitudo of 30,01)0 fcut, or nearly six miles, making from his balloon some very significant observations upon temperature and humidity, winds and clouds, in a seldom visited region, lie is said to have suffered little from the diminishing pressure of the atmos phere at this great- height, probably because of his inhalation of oxygon from time to time. St. Louis Globe Democrat Gold Silver - - 11777' - - greenbacks THE MOSEY 0E THE PEOPLE. The Rocky Mountain News (A METROPOLITAN DAILY). Is the oldest and most widely known newspaper printed in Colorado, it adopts, regardless of cost, every facility offered lo keep abreast of the limes. It pay.- special attenlim to the unparal leled rei-oiireosof itH ow n and adjoining tutes and territories. Its mining stock reports are full and accurate. 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