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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 h*t jr.  •a*day Sr hoot it It rn. ever J itll  o'ojooiu*     ,Tmr T    rberedey  VOlA ME XIII. BUSINESS DIRECTORY  MKMIOATlOint, CimCW-gerrtoee MU  Hobbs* M a e’etoah a. -    -  lam horn— —oh Kolbolh eveaire,  O. VMW, r> T> . PMIOI    ^  0KHi!*r» WL b nr, fica—tam— 0—7 ■onto* o« lo JO o cloes a rn Pro*, ti Im every •4h.r huedsy —  Pni'itiy Pro Inc ot  OK RMA H MmtKRAK mr urn terriers wvsry tehbath ol to*; oci<» o. in. Ann lop •chout tmaao.tlot.tr oftor morning Mr rte.  M B CHH ROH —Rev, J TF Fcrsrth. rooter •er-tres no) hut, tor OUI o clonk o in and to Dp m (’lo.* moot lag ot 19 a’tlnol a nj. every hobbiUt. Kror.r wmIii>| ovary Tuesday awd Thursday .roe lac*  JB*~"  T I—[ III    —......-'I—      .r:.-..-...    OO.  •ocnBfrai._  RADIANT I/ODOR No. M.t.r ti M. yin moot in regular cawu&awieatlnw on tho KH-Coy •*.mug on or betorn th. fuji moan. ot mo •note Holt. Al ton town. Vittling brethren ore medially Invited to ottend. H. L. rioree W. NL; It w ( roohoi Roorttory.  AI.DRN It NR ARY AND RRADTND NOOM-10 Rormend Building upon over? dor oat eve* I wa. Monday excepted T.orlr ouborrtp-Unoo S'—to. Mi*, r k Furry I'reewUbi, Mlot I ai Kl. Tor lur. her rotor.  AI.DRN ISIDOR. NA Md, I. O. O. R Mo— Oaery Wednesday sventnr of t'Usy A Bolt. Vining broth r tm ore cordially ta ti tad to ot toad. Ii M. Jo OOO, Her rotoi r.  ALDEN LO DOR. No im A. O. V. W,~ Meet* ft Ut ley'* Holt. R.fo<nr meetings second out toot Tnoo*Ior evenings  vt.I! ing member* of. Mal I a  of »o.-ti month. All rontiolir in* iud ta m Huger* M. W , J. Tumtinoon. Re  a. K Of r Uwiinn  iv ovortngo of oo4 h X oiling hut*lit. OI.  Kuoar, C. C. V. IL  eerdsr  DIKIOO LODOPK Sn ho fir** ou t thtr I T>t#i  •tenth In (Tttep‘0 lion. on o wetr'imo W J •vonv, K. of H. mad ti  ]£ AUK J. Kl HRT,  Attorney and Tnenoeler ot l4tw.  Pc met site .Ur n r' rn tor* Ile Ton* OiTrm free I Ut' A Hr"»u o Bt, re. Aldtn, Hard.a "Oust;, moo  SIMPSON &-COASH  -  -DEA.LERI Od. ...  Grain, Lira Stock,  COAL,  ALDEN,  IOWA.  Winnow, 111., CddL, Warranted M PW OnL IWL  PETER MOR.  -DEAZ.BR DI  p r rniHBiE. m. d.  Phyetetan cad lart—,  Iowa OlBae ever hooting • Hor!wore  Alloo  »?#.  T. J. RICK.  BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  Age** /tor NdlNeo— Mf tm ■OOM JomOoooo tm.,  on .A if* /Ane and Omr-mf >Vw)wH. IU.  I ooh ooll steamship    on    I    ran bring  P° ,r  /'tends >t or Bd them AI wsjs mot/ to tiro nfoitnoun. r. J. RICK. Al J on. lo.  A. BUTTON,  ALDEN, IOWA,  Notary Public, Real Estate, to  IAN! KANZIG AUKNT.  Form Inane negn’laed on lone i*p short time ot low rot.- f lnt-*«oi.  A iorgo Hat bf improved oui I ut Im proved Joudo for oole.  DICKSECKER’S  ll PERFUMES  IB sums] ill Cnicin a QU1UTT md SITU.  Th< toriro -suety rr-jij 'lo . I,.co s<vl it* int ensll'r rf (ti».e PorfmiM* (.ore Im .< (bn roI-Urotod OOO MUHOkoimtrMburn man Thor or" .rofOrrod '*04 I for lh* » r bn-«s, slt-gsi.ee on,I s Mw" b n    Alinit    t    j    mr    dmggw for Ilion pod  too* oil tool lo .leirood  ■ICKSEOKEK'S TOOTI FONDED  Shuirttlil; (i i." in 4-1 tho Hi *.i Powder la esloO-e ll gesrs-rtr — r---441*—th re—-I nrootO sn* ruCf  BO thy end ut lf y<>U ere But already nsisg >*•  RICKSECKER'S FACE FONDER  loo* I roe tho bin**.* lednr-eineet »»-r» eh-rn. Tho ilt|rtl>r r*> emir inriolhlo. |io"(Ur   *—  Live 8tock f   GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  ALDEN, IOWA.  WTT.1.1A lf KEA.TTWO.  Dealer in ‘  Heavy and Shelf Hvdmre,  PocW ul Tibia Citfsry.  rinware & Woodenware,  the tor—oat iud fin oat otneA af  MI HEATING STOTTS A BARGES  AI.DKN IOWA. FRIDAY, Al (ii ST 22, I8«u. DOMESTIC ECONOMY.  HOUSEHOLD AND AGRICULTURAL TOPICS DISCUSSED.  A nudge! of I r-fnl Information ItoloMng ta the F orm. Orchord. stable. Parlor and Kit* hen.  lo the market.  CHICAGO, IOWA ARD DAKOTA  Shortest, Quietest and Only Direct Line  ■mr ebb  ALDEN, IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, AMI < ll IOACO, Mil, WA IR EE  ama all bastebx points.  tiif: r tun.  ^hrtnkog- of liar In the Mina,  Tho M'«rtk>n so iifli'ii ttiDilr by *1* alert in hay ai to tin- omiMint of -brinkobi' Iii hay iii th** vt#, k nr ninw wtmn jila. id th«-r*' In tIt** < • >fi*lltIon In which*It iv untidily drown from the lichi. -m/gcoD <! lo tho ('ht'inhl *»f tin* Katxa* Ktpcri-mcnt Malhm th>‘ pD>|irl«*ty of making Rome mitten at ion* <*n Hic DtjbjccI. A< -cordlngly, *ay* Hj»' Fuiwri' HrvUnr, a* iippurtunlt)' pn***«nt#d, thirteen sample* of hay w>ni secured fur tho puri«n*e.  Tho plan of the experiment wa* to AH a bag nf very thin mti-lln with the hay while It wa* being hauled from the field, and to bury it in a mow of hay aad l» a*o it until the whole wa# t mainly air dry.  hen tho hag wa* to t»> weighed and its per rent. of lo** or gain determine*!. Acron put yin* this, and is a rn > --ary part of Un> experiment, determination wa* made of tin-total amount of water lu the ha* at the time It **as hauled in and the *ampl>' taken; ami al-o that yet con tai nei| in It at the conclusion of Hie experiment.  The thirteen sample* wars a* folio**» No. I, blue grass; 3, orchard gra-- .iud clover; 4. millet; 5, ditto; ft, clover hay; 7, prairie hay; *. P. IU, ii, 12, ami I I. ditto. Th** -amp** - ** cr** twirled al dot* *\ ranging from .l>;ii>< 4 lo Aug. ti, and eleven_ of them w.-re taken out on the lftth day of December. The tir-t nam pie*. therefor** were kept In the mow for .» period of almost month-, while th** short* 1 *! turn* an* **a- k> pt wa* four month*. The -ample- v*> re weighed put into the moo ami again alien taken >>u!. and fmm the ditfercr . l»etw**en tin **• two weight* the gall; or lo*- wa* calculated. No* I. J 3. md t showed i loss Aa follow- No. !. '« Ti p< r> ent.; No.  IO 05 |ht * 'Ult ; No. !. JI.ul ja r cent ; No 4, 14.23 pi r en! . N >. p Inver > -ho**..I < ' Ut. The sample* of j > d an average lo** of 3  rather thin in texture, arid Has a flavor | when ftr-i gathered decidedly resembling  a weak d   of the plant, and it is  I a* little it., lined to granulate a* an? other horn with which I ant acquainted, -ays a cnrrcspondefit lh the „4merP<i»t ! lire Journal I have ha*! it remain I if u Id a >' »r or more, hut It t* not often j that we can get It free from mixture with other hour • hecau*>' boneset, wild  1  < clandlne, vs id asters, etc,, all bloom atmut the -.line time with golden-rod.  | Honey fr th vs I Id asters will granulate I in a VIT", -hurt time, whether Iii the comb or out of ll. Aster honey. ** hen free from admixture. I- very white ! think thai it I* a* white a* linen honey, ! and. when first gathered, it ha* a -ort of | -pl'v flavor, which J- *. r, J !#• i-.*ut, but it dlsapp> *r* aft« r granulation.  I HK -KWK K INCH,  Nntrtll** X Mine •>/ F’mMer Xrilclo.  Fodder ani' It * in one r< «|H < t are much like commercial ferUllxers. The commercial value i* unlike tho agricultural value In in.* I.*Mer, and in Hie former the market value and tho feeding value may lie very unlike, The money value of fodder I- governed lay the *opph and demand. While Hie feeding vain*' depend-ujxm varying conditions. l'ntfeMor (r>H-ssmau, of the Ma--#' iiuwtt* Experiment .‘cation, in inx*-tigatl'Hi-of tie feeding value of fodder artlc|*'s, ft nil's oindltlnu a- follow*: Th*' age fram tlon* atui organi-xiton of the animal; the phy* teal cond it bin, stage pf growth and mechanical preparation of tile fodder, aud de diet or assis lated with Therefor*', the com par.*-va hie of one and the -ame e can not Is* **xpre**ed by a erica! value. Economical  whether > -olio r on I. ii tlxe feeding fodder ai ne single Run fe**ling r> qnir ieiwever. tie- I iatlve nuti itiv existing et peri ne In format  a gain of 2.IT J" r prairie hay -how per cent.  Commenting <u p*>rt -ay*;    I. *  13. the I * -' i  ment. y Cl, til th shrinkage s- n, .- h POSCy^-NP. «  mean- that a ton ■ would W' Igh .inly winter, aud that  these results the root! og No*. I. 2. t. *od nfling to be of mo-;  • -<• < x< opted t i*-* * th*' ie** than many unpin p. r cent, Thl-f th*' hay a* hauled in I,VSI pound- ill lie' if a ton of till* hay  Oh ll us. * and JU Hill aw It al "HJO.  VUU. IICIBE6KEK, PltfUMII, HW TOIL  ML HAU. em rn int  NOTARY PUBLIC,  Bol Enate, CsDection and Ismrana  AGENT.  ALDEN, .... IOWA.  Farm and Town Property  KOR AALS ARO BINT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  bks; birdsall a boh.  Aldwn, Hardin Counts, Iowa.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  CalleciioBf made a Specialty. Ifkcj  • Lmb mr Beal Estate.  Passengers Can Save  FROM '  2 HOURS TO S  •ETW EU  CHICA60 AND POINTS ON THIS UNE  BT TAKING  —  THIS SHORT ROUTE.  Weighed in mid-winter is worth $4. Upton weighed at th*' -ame time tile -ample wa# buried would have ln-en worth 83.*»o. Thi- i- w"jr'li ui-niering. bul in most ca**** lh>' lo*- I* mnch Se** than this. In two case* tin* sample weigh'*! more when liken out than wit ii put in. It I* nothing more than npght ne experted that a ver\ hot -un and a bri-k. dry wind would so dry out .the her thai it would  at'-'ir’i r placed in • The f these rn ohx iously shrink ag< g'reat lo-«*a*e the stem*, gr* n* laired  ol-tun 1  i tiarn.  ii en ti  air, wiien  vision to be drawn from i*. that lf th** hay is not *n ami ill-cured no gn at ii ic feared, amt there Is no weight fntm drying. In - coarse or bas many large 11 ■ iud tone are ohs lou*ly rh cg it."  lr a i  examln I** tween ii - i.« ».  I '#K ll*»r-i ; IT wh handling ha ll« billian hm>d |"'ss. r.  Cf I VK ti .Many a ' rise. It  (Miriam ti  FerD ti enough to Do not  once, and w^l not rat it ail.  A sort : \V. fern i a! that“bn they jilm Latten th fatten ai Wry to four moc  food * CC.id I OU*UMI'  the farmer w nill get t pre > - in having ^i.;» ear;i r than ut .■ r*.  Bt .art'ful of • tie ti" Who cr k the r« -  1  > rn.id » be sen*il'i> and Im v. lilt plat *-d I ie have a Jerked by -4»nn ss .. I enjoy giving p i J* xworkT niak' - the a Ii r-e, and it i- r> File* vs Iii not aiMiund < -tnt.ie t**dd"d with ft'  th*' -a ss dust I- from p s hich are oft' ii  the taking into account, e net coat of fei-| and the reive or feedi Mg effect under all Instance.. A' 'unI f< * din ’ alone eau give the desired 'n rnuiiitmi ii I ’ 4    */> ,  I III* HVcMfH Mitt NMA.  . get# lame when It i* muddy. lid you vs iii often find gravel  never a I fo va* d t*> lease the nest. He bs* a in, < up whn water and one with corn twfori Hmm constantly. HI* sucres* ho*  ' ii s, ry good for year* This shows that eggs raved no ■ oollng. a# some m-  lleve.  Kl "til of a S'." table kind mn«t fie soul I and not decayed when fed to tsuiliry We lias.-known a number of in-tom • * where de* ayes! potatoes killed th' tlil'k'-rt* If you don bt ft, fe**| It and you will perhaps account for a few sudden deaths. If yon feed at all feed the 1m'*4; nothing -as.-l t>y ft' ding a ' le ap. Inferior article,  TMF. IHM sF.HUIJk Csmvf Thln|i («» Know  1. That «alt w ill r-urdle new milk,hence in preparing milk |M*rr!dge, gras ic* et* , the salt -hould mil h*‘ added until thd dish Is prepared.  2. That clear honing water will remove tea -lain* and many fruit stains. Pour th*' water through the slain and thus present it -prcadlng over the fabrfe.  t. That ripe tomatoes will remove ink ami other stain* from white cloth, al-o fmm Hie hand*.  4 That a teaspoonful of turpentine bolled with white clothe* will aid In the whit. uing pr<" • -*.  ft. That boiled starch I* much Improved by tim addition of a little sperm -alt or gum arable dl-solved.  Ck That beeswax .*ml -all will make rusty flat Iron- m dean and * mix Rh as gin—. Tm ;v inmp of pee-wax In a rag J and keep ft for t hat purp"-e When the Iron* are hot. rub them lir-t with the s*ax rag. lin n -cur with a paper or doth sprinkled with -alt.  T, That blue ointment and mixed in equal proportions and  NUMBER 22.  THE NATIONAL OAKE.  WESTERN ASSOCIATION CLUBS IN BAD CONDITION.  Th. tatoat Tale «f Wnm Few# D.»»ar HS. Pool a Nmtj loa.r TIM Stoat (ll/ •"Option r«mwlltM Moro at Wort* Stoa>1ln« »r Ut*. I In Int < MMM rot h« IMI Via a a.     W-vsre, J J ||    Stnnm**~    JI ti      Miivsalo* .' X, SBI Hlnri#t(K>!l* ... DSW a sterns cur »> * v/x  ... th «# MI **4"it »1||j rj ti tm, ‘tmtat ... ai i; ut    ftr"4>tiju ____  I'hil* l-.pbl»  Bn*tow .........  CIM 11.nail ... Chi tee N#v Ii nek    si ss se*  sa a **e  rn et em - » W ■JI * t M 4* * 4*3  WMK tai  re?f mw      tuarnln ... UVl W  at Feat.... mm im    ' l»*»l*nd , "i I. bere .      *-*»•- 'J] SS    Aassire#    IJ ii      ■eetna.... ... W'W ss* Fbi lade! phi* I U MS  Br "Sir*...... Mi« WI  We* tf'irs ...... an W  cai cm* , ms w l*m«burs ... i,' iv tar < Tv** I an J ...... MXI (ai    Ixinlevirie .... si Lerna... AthlMti-a ... i "I urn bee ...  inMfl ......  K4*4-h»ei»r ... arr*.-#*#......    srir BBT u r, mi ««ii? %m rn a sn in Hi im is mb  I#      ■tiff*") r. rn ma    tlr-ihiro______    n a» 414     I-is an unfailing cit of s* hitewa»h i  ut po'-ihie In I ami is quicker  iilion plenty of erei ti nes ef ha - -uflii lent. rmnon- to uegh cl thi  to the Ie d-r« un «iy. it* a » "#i ss iii- of a log hot * That lo r -• sh»«*s that bac I ami render them 9. That kef -, kettle* a* bright woolen rag and al-o remove -tam lure,  JU. That *-i»4t rn n s*#t remove machine grease fabric—TTu -on in irk in  ■ > rose ne applied ("-thug i for t he  vs Iii soften I t hard 1  pllabli will t net  and  «1 iiy water,  I- a* new. make tin.tea-. Saturate a roll with It. It will from varnished furiil-  r and -**la will from washable  In as  nil  cuing sheep just them impros tug -t lit to fatten lip rn a1 g their appetite that t  r- have jot-/row Steer-' They f«. mg thy line. ttten I a ut l>* for instead of *ix? ,    till'  Ie hrecsler -ax'd the time w Io n tir-t and then I to grow and  Hint- lo llnu>fhM>p.rt.  <irx!f while paint with whiting sprinkled on a pf**.. of damp flannel.  Ut stove me lune "ii from new muslin garments by wa-hing the -|*ot- in , lear, cold water.  Hi re Ionia toe- ■ it in half and rublHHi on will remove ink. fruit and vegetahte  mark* * in No more way, and •lit of tie?it r mar..' fftnie  itll Ii.  it),  Men  UMI  A "  "nd  -tain* from the I lemon.  Save tea leave* them for an hour, liquid lo wash sari »t*d wi*dt»w panes  Dii'i'iso f<-It in -ca) cause the se#!,.* to come hut if tho li-h are to Im • must on no ai count b« -{/our over He rn x nu gar r> lit. Salt Ii-Ii ss iii -i  a- will a cut  a few day-. • rain and used paint, uii-o  . ,,  the  "Lh*  ss a Si  w til  aft very easily, 'ailed down they ah ti. You may sttth the -attle ►ak fr» -b much  • w st'ht  fit t  I in -our ltiiik than drawing of the fret  It w ,  bv  Illest littei int of Ins.  nil ii iii ae  assdmst. ai  for  cl*.  can  a if  Hi  lr'  >t" a  - I* belter Chan rat < rop purpose-, n of America I-  ■ to Hie enUrv prte  CONNECTIONS AT  ELDORA JUNCTION xvith the Chicago  snd Northwestern Railway for Tama ( By. Cedar Rapid*. ClioloD, Chicago, Milwaukee, Dc* Moines. Council Bluffs, ML Paul. Minneapolis and all points Id Dakota. Nebraska, Kansas and the West  ELDORA with the Central Iowa Railway for points North and South.  IOWA FALLS with the B. p  C. R A N.  and Illinois Central Railways, for Waterloo. Dubuque. Fort Dod^e and Sioux City  For all inforation about Freight or  Passenger Rile*, apply to our local agnat* or address the General Freight snd Passenger Agent at Eldora. Iowa.  The rn Tier ' • that of hor -■ - tor «'"n<  The egg prod net in equal in motley valtji duet ion of Iron.  The price of 2 " td cuttle ha- steadily Increavsi. and tic re is prurpect of pruht in cattie raising  Biter DI Ye ewi - — 11 on id not he allowed to get jeer In aux i-on in flock* where mutton I# the chief hast* of jtDtfit.  Ti nprxTiM ."hi* d to tobacco decoction, In the {>r«»p4*rtiou i to a pint. make* an .-v  scab in sheep "Em cation. Fanner, "Is Ie think.” That’i-farmer’* boy -in Tnt;he ar*’ el-.  >f a tablespoonful client remedy for  flea*. to lier Tut grout! in the  Ie- foil  un I 'lf  -Hell  hone ccw I:  J. V the ti  clover for fox silo-1  will re|e»i  -terms of Im. ■ I  I. Horne claim t ground. At iii  d there if inu;-grwuttd. Then. -•round he mal > his own hog- i rat.  t y (roo *1  .. I a get to  It tin y "rn  XI ii!- ' lie  itll choler a mon vs a arr' tie-ll!- f" t ~  -Ollie  -o t he dilate * will a arc  n- "ll  . milt i -I-  fruit ft  it -Ollie  ivy cs imrfc* it. w - 5 . Sue] r that M-r.  Sn I "i  I'"  -Ii  - Of turps'!!* Uig h***eos i. in ti Hiked quart I xo i 11  tiif; nil i Tut v VICH.  Ftntll'kg" tor I owls.  Pi'T' . of peru, I ml., writing to fringe J mid Fanm , roninnini-tm! corn ensilage for winter fo*<«l sis, and tell* how to make four r SI. Ho say*:    'Bus    four    Coal  dale  gx  and n • he i, if  the    I mill na  to ob-'rxe and education every  oil barrels at the drug - *ri. out on the Inside and* i e tin Go to the clover held when I June clover is in bloom of J crop, and cut 'Wu-half ton ai j eight-ton of ; the feta x cr'  It.  hum ’ head the “call Hie -I end out Hire#*’  JOHN PORTCH,  tin*'I Jhfiafrr,  W. 8. PORTER,  a. r. mmi r. a.  PERFUMES  ROBERT HOLMES,  -—DEA LEB IN-  Lumber,  Brick,  Cement and Lime.  JULOXX.  UVA  a  ■LANO of FLOWERS I  r DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South  bi I ow, bub totes Taw Rotate*  BACH ga CKNTt,  Amo on mu ran inouuns:  ITS BES HMM I AMM MST I LBHABI KVAM! IMPBRIAL MNK I BOUMBL BOM KOHN BOUQUET I ULT OB TNK VALLEY I  t^5ssi3reMsite55M  mw« nom ratmnxro*!  say xrnlng the ti Id g<-  twa    t    ii    ! eight* of an inch In length; also one-half  -fan r ll    t"'> of -wijet corn,    ami run this through  rllSi f    If i I Where til" the feeiUijUter. Pot into the barre! 3  E o Lt!^ k . ,,n . i. r i  r,,,l, ',u Kl"*    f    Hover,    then    a    layer    of - urn.  to a sclenee and made pre .table,    'I he     1|:IV1 „ L ,  dotH> th| ,  tI|k( ,  a     ,    , llllld .  undxVhr I    ?«* ral '*     ln « » '    |,r«"*w    th- -    d"W„  u * i  1 ' /V rint-h. d off for mar- as tlrmlf aspomJble. Thruput •»»» thi* kctat the ag- of leu week*    | #  v . r)  light sprinkling of pulverized  British ex* liange* report that a most charcoal, and keep putting in elov* r and stringent law for the reprcssion of fraud*  1  corn until you get the barrel a- full a-In the manure trade has Just gone into will admit of the cover bring put ha. operation In I-ranee. As long agua- After your four harrel* of * I hut are ii lh *d February, 1Hs8, a law was passed by the tx* 11 them out Ixsido the barn aud cover Legislature, enacting that any one found them with hor*" manure, iii iwieg t; rn guilty of selling adulterated manure- tor- ain there thirtx <1    I i - u j. '  •hould ba punished by Imprisonment at them I .say. I os erin .* xx th cut ir;i« or  front six day* to one month, together hay U him th hi • iiiiimg. sTTtTiF  with a lino.    Der mixer tome,    o;> n    out of.    th*  The time to lie solicitous atvout the **ia»uUrymeii’s silts*.' tak< il»>ut tw< tity growth of young farm animal* is now. pound* for inn hen- i ii! ' qua! part* of and an th" time until maturity. Tho I potatoes and ground i; c.d winterrye. Idea that young -lock can profitably ba! and place sanic in a K> '! and bring to  kept on rrfu-e fiMlder all winier. In bleak barnyard, or on poor and scant pasture in summer, I* silly- about a-silly as It is to suppose {hat Fongress and Ntate Legislatures xvfii legislate in the Interest of farmers wiien the,latter vote the "regular” ti* ket at coch election. Without question.  A COLOJXT system has been Introduced into Southern California which attracts favorable attention. Tracts of land are laid out in small holdings and apportioned among a body of immigrant*, who, upon arrival. And everything ready for WOrtt. A body of colonist* from Holland who arrived not long ago at Merced, found houses built aud gardens and orchards arrang'd, more than two thousand acres baaing been planted with fruit trees and vine*, and fifteen English families ware established a few weeks eld, hi Kern County, each a forty-acre holding similarly  pre;  OoLDBV-aoD honey, when free from admixture with any other kind of honey, hi of a peculiarly bright straw color.  a bijiiii-g -late. feed warm in Hp morning. aud the first thing you know you xx ill ii* ar along ala* it 'J a. in., a grand (•horn- from your lasers.  Poultry Xii!''*.  Ti you have any old liens to sell tlii-nea-oit the probabilities are you wilt real I/' a* much for them Just now a* at any time.  Systematic work mean* regularity and carefulness. Every tiling come* in the regular order. There -Mould bo a time for each branch of labor.  Tit*, farmer who grow* poultry for market should have egg* to sell when  ii-" one of ' chilblain*, svelter weather I with thfek sol*-- are : except in the bessi agaiu-t all dainpm I..r healthier ii' ss ii,  ' -hoe worn with a rn  * VJPJTERA# <IT*-otvi xviii in-tanily cItaji->* iron drain*. A few drop* of -pirn tine mixed with .stoVchia* k labor and add- polish. K r>«i -tan Ii (a tca-poonful to a prevent clothe- -ticking to ti glxe- I glo--; tho sc-ut ex ap drying. (Powdered Imrav one decidedly objects to the *uu*il of kerosene.)  Du. Mf.N!»k -ay - that to tic im prod'nr act of getting out of tied without proteer int tho feet. one -<> commonly eouimitted by women without thought of the’ eon--equencea, may !*• traced many an attack "f <■ 11 ii I i tilire I lf lit on by tin* -udilen though momentary expc-ure of the fo t to I old. It Ila* eau#* >i more di-ea*e* to women-previoo-iv In althy titan could result from any other -ingle act of nu-prudi'DCC.  THS. KIM MKN.  Hour Milk ( "ulti/ft.  Two cups of sugar, one cup of butter. Olm of -OUT cream or milk. three egg 1 ;, one teaspoonful of ->da; mix -oft, roil thin. When the cookies are « ut out -ift granulated sugMMFteUStlieut, and roll it *n by i>re-sing th cdilng-pin gently over the cake-, taking > an- not to flatten them too much.  I nror for Xnixp.  An agreeable flavor I* sometime* im- r  parted to soup bs sticking -oui" j !ov< * into the meat u * d for making sto. irs; a »' few slices of onion- fried very brown iii butter are nirr; ?,!-.> flour browned by -imply putting It into a saucepan over th" lire and stirring it constantly until it I* dark brown.  !(" ic v-41 j lur Xlatari^  Dr. Crudelii. of-Borne, gives tlw* follow-lug direction- for preparing a renifdy for malaria wldeh ha- proved otto ae touts hen quinin" isas given no relief:    Cut  up a lemon, {end and pulp, In thin slice*, aud boil it in a pint and a half of water until it i- red to t*I to half a pint. Strain through a iiM.-n * loth, -pn-'uug the remain- of the boiled lemon, and set aside until cold. The entire liquid i- taken fasting.  Western tsaociatioa frooototms hove not this year proved to bs a to non se for their owners In fort, it is revealing no secrvl to state list *1 present the Weston) moo-elation to to a moot "shaking" eoodjtioa. and it would he no surprise lo tho## oe-'{oamted with the att Dittos to I so rn of a disbandment.  First. Dos kl ox nes threw ap lh* epongv •od Lincoln -ec tired the frauen lee. There is some mterewting history in this conner-tion. Mtnnespolt* and Mdwankee ore the only teams which have made monav for their owue/s. Tbs owners of these teem* coaid not afford to have I tm Moines to drag out witbont some town tolling its place, os there woald litre beeo on off day for ".wh team. Lincoln paid aothiog for the iii# AI.lines franchise, and the shortage at this "0.1 of the season ie to tai paul Hie men now handling the frwncfaixe by Milwaukee and Minneapolis.  Stool ( tty made the next cry. Th ■ committee of ciiM*ns who agreed to raise the M.OoO neee«sarv to carry the team through the season is to-dsv soliciting snhicrip-tlon*. Thev are meeting with fair success.  The surprise of th** season, however, us the new* from Denver, that that citv’s team ta running twbmd snd wniess aided by the people will be dishend- d or sold. It was the general belief that Denver was the best base bali togo in the assedat son • od that the *team was making money. Dave Bowl', manager of the jean. bas ie-sued an address to the people* He st »tes that they n net put up fA'/cO. To « He -pullunn reporter he makes this statement: 'l eaver shonlATa a good hall tows now ta I Vcttoi one WWWWysss Sett* psopte wee’t pat-  r als# the cai' • ii i if ».■ tee no ta tm snienV X * ten aln I.rn why(bust mak« oShe? ar-range monte We cai*!., s sfnrt So b* fn tho  I .sine*# fir plsaojrc The |.  r |*. aho *au-t.’.c I. un ar m * c: y that t a# > a.I soma I os* t -ll this year sod tost It on sec un* of tea de-n.!-c / the I-ague >f ah; h ti - city was a Utealter A Ka*I Ii we* LfUl to* f <% - n»!l Btl* of til. ' .tines# men "f that <l>> met urn st ' aha OB.I ' . I la*#! to I izjc.'tn, trying So in t ae me S> etoee a d< at than and there t j Itnaity told him that I would TIV* him a definite s.'.-xrwt Al e' S) .f t.jr thai t ine t -e . .. pin , I., re ar inil.Ycrent ** In wto-thar or Bet the* case ani- n ire bae# ball g<o,as we will eleaa ti.- deal » a ira,  St. Patti has lost more tunney than aav Cir team in tho association, xnd w.joiA I- disj'aii'!' I « r. it n 'I for the fact that a* long a* Mi "Heaped# keel,* a team u th.* field ."-t. i'anl must do so a1*".  It ta evi t- utthat next stnu. ii there will bo a revolution in hare hall cir lea aud . that the Weetern ae- elation ai l n< I -on-lain the cities whit h comprise it now The Itare for th., flayer-' Leon us fen n oat.  A Chicago corre*|'indent soys ‘Bv lh# way what a remarkable rare th- Players’ League club# are making for the pennant. .Vo such contest has ever l-een known in the history of bs-., boll. Here it •• the home stretch and fire club# veil in the rare with aimo«t equal chance of wmniug. As to tho final result it is a matter of conjecture. I have never thought Boston or Brooklyn contd win because the former has not the {ntchers and the loiter bas hardly the materia) for a braising race at the finish. Radbotxrne is pitching wonderful hall for Boston but Kilrov »f shorn i deal wa# expected ha* proven a failure. He has been lucky enough to bare his team kit w c il in the gaul. * h** has pitched bqt inch luck cannot last always, un I if (he Boston* "trike th* toboggan the* will go I pr. Ut f»-t. New Y .irk hts vr-eq pretty badly wrecked by the loss of Ward ani Tiernau. Still I w .afd not Sa surprised lo see it forge to th* front. It# pitch ire ore getting into good form sod I heil*,# the final struggle will I # tetwe-n Haw York. Bostoa sud t'hieogo. with Bro a',ya snd Pbiisdslphia close no. *    «  (Vest Year - llivilurhuod.  J. E. Wagner thu ks 'ha! "ext j«*•* the brooklyn Flayer# ( lob alii Ie* It- tired at Washington, and lh it Lbe 1’itisi urg an i ClevelanU I^agae ClrJ * will be pi weed in other crip • st. Lcuws and Mqxaewpoiis for iratauce. That • ald give 'n* league St. Louis, Chicago, bdianapoiia and Cm-«luna ti in the West ami rfcoUdrlpbi*. Brooklyn. New Ycrk aud liokn in the Kan. rhe Play*is* eiu-s a^uid ctn-cagsg Buffalo, Cisveland, l'XUburg in th* West, snd I’hUottoipbia, W'aahtngton, New ifoik and Boatou IU the Liset. Each would have four open and four ootvlictiog cities.  Salad t>rrais«.  A -aiad dressing line ii u-« d in Italy la , ,    ,    ... i midis in this xvav:    The    yolk    of    one e*g,  the season Birl re*, and gmxrn fowla to ■ , lx  t,h|.n.fa#.nfuls .*1 sdl. three cd v iuegwr;  put thi* into a bott)" and -disk"  market when the winter wind* bkiw  Ider. do not fancy wading up to their | {# white and creamy balking. WheR this chin* iu fine dry a*he* *nd lime over - simple dn -sing is u-.«d it I* ut* "weary to  walls and roosts. It it well Jo have two sets of roowting pole* Chang* every few days. keeping one set out lo the weather ai) the time.  A farmer raising several handtvsd chicks each year sets his bena la small coopt. During three week* thwv ara  dry lh** salad after washing. A wire basket i* a convenient r.* .'placid to put the *alad into after washing, aa it will drain perfectly tburo, aud can i«5 lightly shaken. AB salads, whether simple or plain, would bw improved if care in drying sufficiently were observed.  Milua Esdy’x Taoli,alai,  Mike Krily, th" famous hare hail player, wa# taal weak tormsLYy p*>-"Ut"d with th* fit) .OOO Loss" and lot which tis friends bar# purchased for him. al South Hingham, Mom., together with *3,500 worth of furnish*Jigs A Lure- aud carnage, billiard it until it I tebis and bowling alley are i .eluded in the gift. About twenty.five gentlemen and tad tow were present at the house-warm’ng.  fssfhl an the F'ty.  Joe Crotty ta in Louisville, disengage I. Pitcher Keefe, of Buffalo, is oat of condition, which explains h;* poor work ut   

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