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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLUME XIII.  \ LOEN IOU A. KUI DAY, OI TO BFK ti, IM*>.  NI M BKK 2*.  IUSINESS DIRECTORY  CHUKCHr*  )KOHr,^.\TlON*r.('HT arn ftsrvfcma»<w*h  Itll M ll oil . k a. ti. MJI’ ho- . .I  miitiih t'Kj! i.. ii»t. J  »» iii* ).*(.»  tnXIVN M. I I IT* !><*!? s#r» M »r-rr  if a1 )• Ii* •••!.» s    y    a    .1 »*r»  San<i*T ’ .-ut ai • I--<ol » !  'i o im, Ut tra.sr malting ,.,r> Thura-lsrae**  *    "    'clo-    h  SIMPSON & COUSIN,  ——Dt.AI.KI;* nv-  Grain, Live SM,  IK>MF:sTlf Kt iiVOM’i.  TCH*NSI or FA#? Mew  • NTL REST TO THE AND H O U S Iv W11' K  iHAt t-vmvKHAM < irnm *«rru«.«  at lit (tel », in Rot it; (illume W --Iv afb,t in,' nmfiMftoM,  R. fHrRTII Ii, t. J IV fnr»irt)i, Pmo*? no** aiery H ta, At 11 i k • * »n I V jt. rn. OMI laittMf At ii) ut lo- * t iii  ■ Habit .Ilk I*r Arar moating tin > i »l»j. bur May •Tarnal*  COAL,  ALDEN, •    -    IOWA.  HornV»1ii*M, or»i mall ■„ hi Ut* n»« man, Alia Lriian, l*«.nll. i or, X inoarj-•nun. tint I,i>,iiIhkI| I iiiiiim ,*1 Aith th* fat in.  <ft<l f HIU.  AA Im-at him  it  r-i|»  ..ft.  SOCIETIES,  Winona. III., Coni, tVnrraatril Hi I’m Ont. Fuel.  tin ' rn**  I t»H I wli  Hi  FWllHg  i i* mon *• % ti in*! ifiQ  ic .cut,t* It ti partly >11 th»* mill, a* wolf aa  Si i-t .ii ii ii ll if ll tim  pn ■ >-iiina .* a nro aint  quality it '  i ti Att III I  fr»—htiia I Intr lit r 0 •»f indigo-  mi Rtni'b f 1   drinks. I»  th a IIT it;  Hit -milk. -t*'|i in a>  Hun. lt<  tho I IIM '»  -Im* |iri«i' in »h-' nit I i i<- a .1,1 (iii  tor Hindi*  I ti.,  iii ii-in  >i. r.  *T Weight Aint sr'tour It*  WANITA BLE JOMES,  "Al / I |,| I* I,  ‘ii. lh  IIJI*) .I of.  Thin ti ill the ion,i v  • tho prod!  ■ •th  in 1 »*  in  I iii  mi' Will la* I  lid not i Ii  • mi"  {laciw  •♦f.raM.  ■ of th la  r ......  tho.-a* Amal - t f f I»Tii 1  th* (wtid a to bt  mflp do  Hi.'!*    ,.f  ut mi do/- o A In tin iv  A v** Kill'll it  ll 'hl|i|»d Ii*  tun lift S  MIL**' NKI ll.  lh .{111  Iii.  • ll I  (ill ill  ! th.  s 11-1 e 1  It ADI A NT LOOM, VU Tri* A. F A A M. Ann w»*i*t in rafuiAf r« nstmim a n • i,. : *,. day starling on or babas W.a fntl mruti, At ha •ottl- llU, Allan Iowa t tatting hr* hrs* ar* eofWiaOY rn .-<-1 to i ta l h l l’.ai.-,. VV *ii ; & W i roc Vat, (mkt a Lr.  PETER TAYLOR.  i-.-i  t ft  dam  (hi  Ifean • nip. ■r Mo ..In,  1   Ii I rd.  ALDEN LTBExrt Avt» irxmvo nonw  VB Ila*in,'1 ut Hull,ling Upm totr .tar Ani •santa* anntay ritti'al Coart) nihu 'ip Nmi*. J an-a, Kl*. > K i„rr) I*, sad.ii , Mlaa I ai tv-a I Al im. Ho. rata. a.  lf I  Dr.ALr.r. is  ALVUS t.ODiiK. Nu. ilia, I. O. O. T XI-, ta «*ar* Wadn-wtaT av tai I fig At I Ila** Mal Vialling hti thrall Ar a caul,ai!) ImiUU to At (Md, ll M Juno. hoer it ai y,  ALD EN T/’DrJN Af,, im. A O. tf. W Vaata ll tilllt'l HtlL Hag liar lerlli*! IrrniW *1, I ital Tu*m»v    af    aa-ti ni>>n'h All  •tatting tm-to'M'a »o- mtinlr >dln»i •arrt IS. C. la .ar*. XI W. , J Totul.aauu. R» MNH-r  Pl HIHO UU'MDf, No **;, K off WaatingA •la Bm ml I' ft J*.,*•!»»    af    as    h  **'>nttl In I'llsJ • Ital) I I*.*.1.4- .IU.vt, al-Arb!• wa" rn"*' M J. I VI**-, C. C. I". h.  Ti rut. h. of K. Rad A  Mark J. FERST,  Live Stock, GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  anti  t * 1 * 111* 1.  111!    f|    >    a  tilt kind iif t I • pi* it) mid fro  VVI.  t Ii-  I- ii itijurt' plant I a in dnrittn tt»«> 1 top, (cav.-a wu>d« »rt* norni'A tiirauar* thrill psi introits to make Hi grow 1 h. lint lf ny Rf.»tlt< r. u u I ti* • if 1 fat rn!h r *1 ill ma kl* (hi Mtil lull wlinl a ie«.bsf, and a  tire—tng 1 *f - ti per ho* | that** intl nuktri' the 111 i r 1 ii ut t< rf ll 11 v that lim Iran crop ba** t.iki'tt frtjtn ti '* Hdi.  wt«*> %    ,  In jut?  I,-  I kin a    If  'ii*.*re f  - in It, an •ll M 1 ll 11 lf It d» ■ and w • it might  i. Sn t hi*  bt dafntd tat to h»* mark*) t'  leu.!- nf amit hr 1 >t»> if tiffik • n bm-*.  • Itnugh id 11" -• nu k iii intn a < rate, t larai* enough -a, ttdfr* It. whit apa k -l«*w11. anil **•  tit.  nut  fruui  mal]  with  that  pant  it by  marh Ha th—tinntmn •in* rd tht' iKM’knpt hw amt where  trrtv  d.  ii iii j  til rat In rn til. r •lnTi v albin  kind 1 ir lait.  Atturn*, aud I uaiailir at I tasr,  Prom' t atta" linn 1*1 rn toil Hr run, 1 tit na Tar I ti* a Mr,.a I *    I1d.11,    Marlin  huMr, to*a  ALDEN, IOWA.  Y r rn1spiR ti ».  Fkyticiaa aid Surg*i>R.  i**R hffla, oTor heat 114 • IItH**rt  WILLIAM KEATING.  I'aairr In  Aldim  At-Ma.  T. J. RICK.  BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  Keaty and Shelf Hardware,  Pocket led Table Getter#.  rill ware Si Woodenware,  Ne  yr! f Tfcojr n fur Intl  fnipe*rh-i  will ;iI.    \  it t*j pri -  aa thi p. 1 fWMV RMH tai abl.* th.* pip* w4v«**, ll h a ill PAL 1**1'  1 It*- |a a* hi .-In in rip uv (art ab** I lf* tm It tv# (rrna iii .'ti lim 'I*, thu put a in Man it id 1 ki*«*p thi -  *iirfj< ti ttii dmppintt** va iii,'I* ti « i lug MgRillAt a* RL It* ’I  1 Ii urds ami f<*d tin >i tl»i*ri' UyoRji * a urn*!  : r- • ii, 1.    1  IV** t„r  f gmiti i*  nhig h«K . !• la'  4 thrifty  tm it ml". pat' I, in *ly fur t *v * an* firl from piai  •u ital vi nib  and  »%A  N il* r h  1, than !  I lunk * si. an tht* lif*aiti • (dan I' in  tit! tutti" f ! Ax t*a 1  ! 11*lfTtl|T*V *!  ] i|«arti*r ■,  « atrr in it I in r *all * ’I  I wlilt nm  j    I tntu:m  tov .-rat -j  i A tm*fit*a n . I’uity St mi  I in tin ti ll I t in* t rad*- I  Tilt mn si mil tv  tin  Th  >«r a  pt<» • an.  :i  IO D  in  aud 1 1 ti Mi) i  ,"d nurtiing. I ■ iii unit turn S* Hiland lutv •if sin*!! Hid • •rii'r*. Th-* Sh.  in lh * .-mu,fry nm a " gri at I) atlatl  in id) ftfili ptMiM'A  tiand  *1 ain rdh  in ta uitrfi pig*, and  I nil n* n a  i* bi ytla. • will .*«• >t tin t*f«p llji Bu Ti—-ti an ^r 1 ti tin . ha vt av, lilt I a * a* Kilt a*  11,1*  '.if  I -.Ii  II till piL'-' i"**' a an "vi - lii-n* 1 ami tin* nr,iii,  1 at tin d grain * lu w and ii iv i r thi uiaki*. IhtiA im,ir ti *n»w pi'*' in 1 w til I tv, I with hug VV IV uf kl •••fling till  a ga, ii ptr Aafiiia*, tf^m ii, t p / Im* un.I U*r~ ■aaa ,„«ri,«,-| t'*.. mf f rvmpmrt. IU.  lh* U’-aat an t tint ttnck of  I eon art! St»^im*hfy 11 irta un ! ain 1 mi fA> ir (■!•■»>,* nr a ud thmn Alway* nam to ft to toro. ut.UUU. T. J. PICK. Ai.au. ta  :00K I EATING STOVES I GANGES  la th* mark**!.  J.  A. BUTTON,  ALDEN, IOWA.  TsnMa  WI 1.1.1 I VI  KT ATING. Aldea. I***.  I . 1 it,hr tin , 1, t urn.  Im*.»1 urrt*A|Mind«*nl of tl,«* li<*h -a >i'iW#niil, In ri btl un tu fissiiriR «ri • I  I ain titii* of ; liu*u v* ho N’ili-vt* that in* h illariii 1 ar' I* dn,i:g nmrt iu*>.vv>- -ivInt* friiin dtM*#"' than all tin* D*titHtlit*» att i pr»*vi httv •• vt nth r thn «un. Krui.i tin* liatt-iiarunl nt«*th<w|A of fifty eras ago ha.' srtiwti up ava!* matin t-ii thivdA fur tin- 1 arn t»f «iiK-k. Aud the* tttutn Intnl*  WffiK’Vi  Siirurtahir • . min It apii I* pl, a*, d v» mutt,m am un las iii t Murillo 1* ■ > !**;• r I v tntii-d fur -a du nut I in v<-I >nIv tin !;»»  ovurdftAi' n Sway n j * h tn -git th, I  • ti l*»*r In th hail- an ■ *a  with tt iv.•:  •Id  anil I,u  nun-  • ••In  Wad  .,"j,  I a •. IU,  ntl The arni"  ,» mr'  I Im ting  »y thn av  id. 1 ti  t<nd and f tt-  »• rvi ratpi 'Rrmi-r iii aa limy iWitslil.  if ll WI.' lim' Mi  tiiruwi, u. Ii,rn. it it (a ilaiiK**rmi, it to tiii'ta iiailv  .rn  • iv. i  buri  i iii t tii 1.1 let -i tnt*.  Wmulli,* a C.lotNv.  I '••• fu| lu'v in ^ ti ifi it inn a fi u mi  i ni giuvi* arr givi'ti in .tit tstAturn pa,n-r: I’.v* tv urn* iv Ii., haw attnmptud the* i.tAk u 1 iii tv a ii,.,• it rei,iiin*i a parth nlarij eh ft turn*Ii to tui-fid a runt to a glove 1  pnts mva-fullv Ll, the* pl! tum uf llihl.k. 'Jin Sn fwiito rd thn **Mafbh- Faun,’’ e-uttagiii in memdtnir her gf«iv. tt&wtburtH dfavtta at irntton ti, the* grai-e- of thiA |m«*uiUtrty fi mi ii IIH, biali.    The* twat glm i-mi * «!• r-  ii *h>* world* unfurl-inaioi- fur 'li* **M*tum*nt, arr mi*n, “prufi-A'lueiai gbiv.  •* vvufw," a liif Im in in fin K.d ami tin db a th nm Imd Pit I iii* ii rltv. \ ripi-a simple* niRtti*r tu tin iii; it i» in iiiundinp -t * :r hi thi* Md That tln-v .!,■.« >h. i, a!. :JI. Tin* eadur of tim glove* i« i ip fully 1 ’• •Ii Leal Iii --ilk tatfi-ta or atli *dk guuda  ■ I arm. itsMe|ltatttv. ami in -i wing iii*, i V po a ai of Hie* »ilk l« run un tim ln«ltii ; 1 ir- fully n mi* -1 tin rn til ai ,1- *.. ttftlig ' ' 'n id CUI tuguth' r. bul nut ii aa lei -liiiw un tho nut*kin of th,- gluvu, grid tin' i  • 'IS' * uf tin- kid nr. limn drawn loge thi r iii a bin ml im Im Mf atltrbos, a*- A vkilb* nu r eh I no iii|a rhitli.  l*ru(K*fiy la 1 bb. d with lite* hi :**-r. fN* run* barth- al,HWi lf it la tint iii s* plaia-iib>;i tim Mill ai, an etirirln'ti * ta n  .'.ii. N worn. Aftur a Huh p. i"  '■ r- ii •• anv mn- run ■ at* It up til!- art of a* bi -1 rn* od lug and Si aru to do tim vvurk  • fit ■Hiinnthing of tho akin of an i-vja-rt.  A fip Iii tho Aijti hitlg e*ve*ti rn.tv Sn'  net  '*• it| I III Ft til  •tf t**d ii.  *V I"* pf4»*ii( lf Mf* fart' iiiwpl 4% e**eiM (iviV *.  W». I « it Ii *• ft Va’Is Ills  rlkttl  It*  HtiS  T e  t l3*“lf UflOF«i!‘|. I Ii** fra-*a4  t*rr»ftt iHft fimttry on ft1* rn.  M ‘aa vt,» /"ntri rm»n arib-i * •  *i a vest vrilh  I*lt of Alik, w h»*re |i- • ,ti «train. ami rn lo the- way fnntt hr»*s».f"r  W a  it Sa I Im HOt  .Yurtfuri ■ follow In,  f .i*a,,,—  dim.  null 1t"r> •< ■.UA fur Urn  Hint* I.. l(-ti,%,*I  Kit  In  duo *  Notary Panic, Real Estate, Im  CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA  lignin ll" .-I  II HI-I I  I,  Ul  lin,It and  aa. True,  handling avv tim are.  'I i  ISHt  — *.u>— HAM K  AliKNT.  Farm luana «i>gn la « ! ob Jo-g < r ahorl I.ma at luw ra' » . f Htomt,  A !ar.;a IU* ut improved and uii itvproTrd laada tor rain.  R  ICKSECKER’S  alertest, Oniclest aal Gulf Direct Lice  ■rrwKi.x    ;  A I.UUY. IOWA FALLS* KI.DORA, ▲bU I HH ACO* Mll-W AFK KF AXU Art EASTKH!#  A *01 NTS.  -,i> ,i  not, tit  tor a Ilk- pr  Mood Yen, I  twk.-n  I’oultr*  * half Iii** *1  edfi Ii.  Tim ir ■  -if , nod .  Ne;w trull r r»l; it w .  i I IIVI I I III  'mr we kkI in  I,.mid tm ! md in a in"!' . rh. i ’ iii.  in i;1 d  at, or par md  rut  vt Sh ti  tm-' .v int «*««i I tat g.Kiri  Ami nm fur,rh iii  dug - ..-'I    '  Tbintr nrnim lu.vrtifal that  igli  ii  *W|I A|,«|  »td»ai v* I  •V. it w .  Uffll SMS.  * ha.. wall r Int)  ..It in 'I III  Kr. rn  ..ti I.. pan *•!  • pin -ith an 1  pull'll VI  nmt hud Millrun 1 imut.  gradual ii tike Iv to ■ i n k.  • Mill,It t»A I,111.'I, ;,a  i im wa a1,,*| wait,  iv. wip'd dr. and ■itv ut.uh t h 11h .-Ii HIH, • 'kin. of    J n:iii i- r ‘     VUU MJIait I    kiu    •ft* iUlU      W till fullfil        i ti lh iii      nib•’ in . in        Ai .it aft I *>  v * 1       t htiflll win    • Im     !  ft* a ii I      TU* ti*n>?wa  I* ? lr# i    a dt          V Mi I Lf*rt”, I  * * iv % tllJfl **f    fait    r!.**»• f halt      •* * . u Int i Lair    I***!    I tutti**!      V uf in>k**\    I ii**    b**r hair      % Ult •K'feftWf    f h*    t* hit It      ^ n ’ U f « fir        il-ida     r lim tat.  tei jKtnr ll  ring • oil  .it*  Lr*  th t#*i ht»H ti  «! Ii  it 11  •flint?  * nr*  nm;  (It  PERFUMES  SURPASS iii Uapi'.iai ic QtlAUTT id 3TTLL  ta* nrr«  »f lh - I  Mf* lr av tv  »,v,‘    n*  • et I *W MR.***    I    *.    *Lr*t>4    NfkH  »u .; • I . r i w    T*t»: ai'T i*r* fFFfFvi  i fdb- lh 1  - rtT*-'*u a* w ;*„•)• •* dim! it ac «>***• *    •    I    ,    9    A    j    5.    AVT il.*Uk AAvl  RU IU! id  DIGKSECKER'S TOOTH POWDEH  &n,y- r’ * , I-*i—t iw.-'i ta* f»i^,t i'.hili' ta.'til A,|ljiur*»)iot IM I-. IR. "I- H n,t, A,. I -ut,/ SMB... 4*7 aj>4 Ira II, a aik I.. I «lMagy Ritag it.  RICKSECKER^ FACE POWDER  Iiaam a rw Hr** fHfWt*#    I*    tthff    •*»##*.    tbf  «9ort fffirf T Fe, Y9t ftm twiif Iii»Ii*! i**,    ^    f    RUvla,  tim it CO a* «mJ S ”** Witt KWH WWI*-  (HIO. R10K8LCAEN, PUrUMEI, HW TORC  Passengers Can Save  FHf)M  2 HOURS TO S  ■ l-Jr  it. ’ ll  I ii  CrliCAQO AHD POINTS ON THIS LINT  BT TAKING  f. ti-  THIS SHOUT HOLTE.  I tn  I in'n,  v > t ti 1 od**  1  lull  in. w.  Or^OOHJDTT,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  % ■  Seal Enate, CoUectioi ail tomaa  AGKVT.  ekJLDICN. «... IOWA.  Farm and Town Property  CONNECTIONS AT  I.KLOHA JO( TION with the Ch;r nce end Hortkwc&teru lUiilway for Tama < ;itr, I»clar Kapii t*. f’linton, Ch ire go, Mi I Waukee*, Idea Moinot, Council Hluui, hL Ptiul. Mtnnuap iiiv and all poiuU in Dakota. Nebraaku. Ka ti aas and the Weal.  tit,, I tm pi.* leu, a uurt, .*«  Au ut fnarmnt alw :iv~  • lid not have. ait  Im w u'    1 lug.  auatutniual uvpurt btiklUK ah.mt wimn 'ti human '.riel tim ho,.' v,a< un pr.ti) Mini it un iii.- a N-ing a.', I jkimi! 1 ii,' int mu ny. hitman alevtum h "harrt-fa. k” di« I fur ai uvilt. h Mot.I- illy lo -M-i withmit d. iititly ruvoit * ihiu radical uhaug., that  I'M  I in  tint  'ill ii  ll PMT t*>  * lit. •ti Int  irr  , 1.OW  him Im kl  tide  w hut  I til ll tfllt t> W ll ll ,1  that the J  Ibuy are J «*) *ay that th*. ,  • r.A or. pultun J  iiiu- plan. 'I’ll At j iTugatlnn: I low > 'Itl»j» '-leal to I, j y rn."i 1  ti- . o,iM s-atrn gre-i-n .nim J Yr* it la juat half tim In  I  if'  .Ii n  t .,i  mini  WKrtiA vi'iti r  tat).  In  thru .ut  in ;  •■hi* k'-fia pal  ■ uhi.’bi 1' ii itll Ll III IM  w filimit an) ••  . iLafng Tow ta ll  ■ ai’ 1. a shunld  • artal! Iy aa a  • I filii -i/u, ,' I  4 ra)mn. .  IAI IV, .,"1 |l  i OI bur pri v. ara trial  Paia -ti  BANK OF ALDEN,  ELDORA will, the O.-itral Iowa Railway for points North and South.  IOWA FALLS with the B., C. R A N.  and Illinois Ct ntr d Railways, for Water-loo. Dubuque, hurt Dodge and Sioui City.  For all inforaUos about Freight en  BEHJ. BIRDSALL A SOH.  Alden, Hardin Countv, Iowa.  Passe,ape r Rate «. apply to our local agents or address the iirnerrsl Freight and Fag  senger Agent at Eldora, iowa.  W  JOHN PORTEN,  Orm'I ttnmrrjrr.  9. PORTEN,  6. F. ,  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  -ssrj  PERFUMES  -—Ma— IMM PKOWnS TW TU-  LAND OF FLOWERS I  CaOMUoM made a Specialty, daaaj  a Lmi aa Baal Frltlti  ROBERT HOLMES.  DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South   DEALFK ill-  Lumber,   r  Brick,  ii  Cement and Lime.  ALD**s •  SOWA*  ■ACH 60 CENTf.  AMO ODE EXTRA FME SFRCl ALTTKS:  in sa MMU 1 mmmn  LSKUI KVAOAI IMPS*#al rarer noussiL nose  th*- • uuutrv n,pat • nil .n :r, ii .    - %i\  bu i*k- I nm daily (ut—f;* it —>1<- hill I fu d hit v * 1111 ii it: i n a Mimu hut) In adof hnfpi and alieiata. It ta ow m d bv a gtuHi  farmer, tin* world rim a. but h** .a hidlt un th.- a hurl horn plan and I in mo ne, umrit in an vtii in a irnt un I Hr. Thi a lot la barren of allude' and .u* frou of grit* - a-I tim a,,p. of my ahi*-1* of hair A tniugii fua| fn,m thu overflow of sUnitibdiraiiMl lei I in* more favored stork, fttraish* a n,  J Ini. rail!tent wale*r (and mud) auppTy.  I Dry .-ar rom twice a day la the dict. I ex purl iv, sue cut ap gruen ,xirn tukc Un-f place of fbi* dry corn. 'Mea sodden transition of olm to tim other m»v not raiiaei i pestilence aud death, but twice, in tim ; [ma! six \ cur a "cholera” ha** swept lhi*» hug Int shortly alter grw-e corn dirt win j Intrmtaced. Now thU muthud of feuding I and earing fur lioga (a not at all Mlngular.  I it is the rule or at least tbs custom on . many farmn.  I liavu no doubt at all but tnueh-— j probably 50 |«*r runt of tim cholera of ; iii* fall ami winU-r M-MOO la dun to tliia | ruckle'^ f,a-din*<. la green fmid Irijuri-sud yon nay ask. Not at all w lien Judiciously used, I at) do tao all that i* claimed In behalf of the mufti blo use of green food. bul Its ul na.. ,a whnA I rnvil ut. Don't violate the plainest laws of common •.-rise. \ gradual change of food* Is tim praetfeal and aafn way, and In ebanfing over rn green on rn lf ram is nard the fall ca'es of choh'ra will bu fewer than beretofure. lf turm*d from Other green feisl to green rom there need not be SO nitieh car.- used, hut In all Change* of diet sudden mid radical measures should bo avoided.  V" I  pr.s’ur d  lie i (.lid-I '•   1  ra fat. nfng r market, , -. a  Lf_ hl'.lrU aa na. is.ti as tliey h iv. im,j ls'ti*-r pr 1 ' e-than liter in  "PI. v V I*.h '. I  I’m, rye.^,tjvh*A  and bring* a I, git-k l iv la and egg -In . re-liar!.,g  • !•» (xredHop than ika*i , r av.-rige pr 1 ' vre always In ilemand. 'Ir> for ie vrki i .in -a a-, nicety a* possihh-.  For scalding poultry, the water sh.mid  (k- la lie ,r tile l*U,ling .V' (M-"dee, S,!ll-  iM • ti M; illy boihngi :i»i '.it ii Im mg li.-l.i by th • brad ami legs, should ta* im-m. ra -i and lifted up and down In water  I hi e. 'I nil',; this 'Ii I ken pit tljg e.V')  Mu*! bf the poultn auld in we, pjehrt, ami an- Ii I- goner til) preferred.  In pfeparlug fi ,1*1, jsj.jllry fur fat. market, dr> k the ismltry, ,* it will k*s»plonger, J,old >i* m <r ln-'ii'r, and ummanib hotter jirtees; ti,.- bead should be left on, va it liMik * l*i*t!.-r  : • .ti itisiii .i woodwork e I tim v.trued, I. — ti,at, sui ‘ tli.ii, a- piatv.sf bv man)  'gill.'"' Up oflei.itliS !•• I* t»|, lh. Ill .iv. r w Ih akin,-milk ;,ft.-r cleaning.  Tori np hi. eiiugli' 'it em I aud .Milati I Uh* lungs foliv.* I'imii. ret«ining the I iir.-atb, IK-fi.l forward slowly until rte j « h.-At nice I' the knees, Aft. T -low I) j ruing again to tim en et po-it ion. 'ho*!-vhah* tho I'M allu Kept at Ibis pro. • — ] j -.a «.nit time, and tim nerve- will Im I found to have ll I tied an * VII " n.-rgy that will enable them to J* rfortu I, ir naturti fttBetion-.  Titi nm iii.v.  Itrrakloat I ak*'.  Tw.r tnhh-spvions of -ugar. two la hie S[M>oUS of t,utter, two « k’gs, on*- elin.if milk, one    quart    of flower, .in.  le»'|MM>n of -.Mio, two of < ream tartar. I blk.- t went v minute- iu a quirk .iv. :. Hat hot wit ii buller.  I -i .1 *urpri—' ea-r l !*-' tie    .  tkuc-  lle  1 III. .XI I,VI"  Uh* I*d.M1D(.  Oih' and on.-half cups of -iig&r* on.  • up of Hee. a piece nf butter half tim -i,i <»f sn egg. put in a two-quart fioslri. ami till tim lia.-iu with giMsl. rich milk, put in a alow oven and bake two hours. Mu  • wo or thrts- time*.  Mil.Uat>l« Ii ii*-..  tx I h sad lie,mm ii •  ■ Ie*, ■ ■ i I. re de*>r:nu. l r lack'd I ' ,«» ming*  in pair »• I a in s-.  JP r P i f hail twAu, ;n-plr;n?  * MU.ltMuliL  aououm sa VAI^H  TUI. moi k KA NCU.  LILY OF TNB VALLEY  FACCIOLA I  Our i nda hniIi BAlEBtNi aa >■■■ ■  wa wa m    ami VTRIJ WW5>  "VSZgSZSuSt*  NUSUH FRENCH PERFUMERY Rip  Para llalrr for l uwa  At this seas.ni the yr«r the quality of milk I* often unfavorably Influenced by poor water, w hen tim canso in frn-qneutly supposed to be the Inferior dried-up pasture.-- un which they food. Cows are no! fWtmWM about the waUir they drink provided only that It bii warm. They will often drink stagnant walor flBXU puol abn. r J '.. a * :!,.**.s or Hr :  Mara. ling floury.  Kvefjr prodm-.-r ahimld lntorview bis rustoinerw, and vs.-rtaln the slim Im prefer- tie hm.ey to be in. iud whether as prefers comb or < vtraeUvd. Tho editor of UUnnimg* in Deit f’lUtUTi lab.ly in-tervlewed tbs coinmlssion men of l.arg. ( el Hrs, win, I,hi,die honey, to :k>i i ri vin I tim size of s. I Hoi, tin- trade prefer. Their replies show, almost o,jai,lino ,-Ty. tliat the weight preferred i* a trifle ira* than a pound: preferring it t*. weigh Mite, n to ai-veiitcn in..ii is, aa retailers sell by (im piece, and buy by w eight.  bT.xKDAnn sits.--Tho aim d«,t.*nulncd upon by uuivej-sai cottseuk ii inches. As this no doubt will I*, the standard, it will sax a pre vt deal of "Vexation of spirit’* lf alf adopt it. Hhqe fdng . .va*.** and ' I a1* - for Imftfitrg kt-Hoi,a outlie hives, will lie manufactured u» a ult this, and when odd size* arc ordered, delays will necwsarttjr ensue, which might cause the producer to Ins.' his whole crop. I would prefer a arc lion thai W'»u!*l boid just a> near .anc pound as possible. Irately I Interviewed Umil-er*. who trivo to do a sl. sight buslnea.a, and that s what tfsy prefer. Anotiicr Oco of the .snide order prcferr>-d lighk  l ur I lo va . r*.  Hir»*h-bark rain* * vnrici^ '•i/fb ar* •'harming flni\ ,-r holders, (me Iii).al with • lark-purple paqsle- Is effect Iv. til. <•< trasl of cohir ls-ing d.'llghtfuL Y.r. small .'uihm's, six or seven inch'*** fens, in- i.ai the thing for holding violets.  ,M'Wll<>|*C<l ft.lMl.M*-.  Take buiirii poiaUit -. like. th. ,n thn, pot in a pi diliug dish a lax cr of potato* * a .thin layer of mik'd erackera^ kprhikk-wlti, -0*11, p**pper and tIii-.-. )>r four sn,.iii pi.-. i s of huiU-r. ti,. ,, add another hi - * r of iwitat.Mf, . rackcf*, etc., until ti,. .Ii it is lilied; over all pour a cup of cream '.r rich milk Hake fww mm-half to iIim-i— ipuirter* of un iHiur.  tlr«aX(s>l IlsJl,.  A ItHie e**hi *«m*f or -niit+*.n. or hntt.. i  slice of ham or salt pork. a -,*iii 11 «j, ui ti 11 > ,  of bread crumbs, a little p,ux*o|tv (tf have it., a little 'USI : . hop all tov.-ttn and add seasoning to taste, a Itll I. melted butter amt an egg well b. aum, Take a tablespoon 11 ii of the uvvxturo, dredge it Iii flour Hhd mike It into a ball. wide I, fry a quick brown. This is a good way of getting rid of cold meat and !« a I,fee Tweakfu-t disk.  gun* ii VV CL  ■*Don’t tell me about Staider and Africa. ' ewlaiinmt a valiant old lady. who is a1 wa vs ready in defense of thn  east. "Foonle ttavel.il >n nu  too. :<nti made no fuss aimnt it. Duln'k vonr ct ,nth. r ami** I g" to Hnukar Hill?"  “I (lout sis- any need of runnioif maud aft*-, strange sights and foreigu I wo pie,    remarked another dear old  soul. **OAft* mui»try s as g.sal aa another. if not tmttert”  Urn the older generations are not alose in this .qiitii.m that it ta nanar-•wtM.vrr to Tie* the world at large. An English gentleman who ha seen all the rights of l*onih>n again and agata, was especially delighted with Philip-jKdeuiu’a “Niagara falls.' a picture of tim size and scope of “The Hattie (rf (.cit v-burg ’ nod ’"Hunker Hill " .Nut long ago fhts Lnglishuiau found that it woald in* neccs'arv for him to take a trip to America.  “I -.uprose you will visit Niagara Falls '” ,a,.l a friend.  “Oh. u<»,' he replied, innocently, “I have seen mat in London."  j C’v.v it Tie said that a young ma  r  I heartless jnst because he ha* given bin, heart to a T*eauilftii mailt"’   

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