Alden Times, October 31, 1890

Alden Times

October 31, 1890

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Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Alden, Iowa vol; me xiii. ALDEN IOWA. FRIDAY, 0(TOBER 31, 185*0. NUMBER 32. "™l JL I ■“ BUSfNESS DIRECTORY cmmourM. coNdWWUT: )Nai,rumen turn.-. fiat-oath at ll a ..look a. bi Beads? VwHonI at Ii DI '«r*1. al tach Phalli •▼•DID,. IU, J. a. Mew »‘.f» . jnnO r ut; jim an m. r. cinmcn urn?— NuiMlft, al IO SO o'clock a. ta. Fr«*a. tun, cry (ith.r Him.lur. Nunda, He bool at 'J a na. ever. Mi Hind*,. Pt»W lUMl In, at I o'clock. In, Cory TburaJft> aim fiKBMan i.irrnrntN rnnnm aver? Bab!.atli at lo 11 o'clock a. rn. Hun lay # hoot irnm«wila»e|y altar morning ccrricac. SIMPSON & COUSIN. OK A I. KR 8 EN- Grain, Live Stock, COAL, ALDEN, -    •    IOWA. M R. OlltniCn-IU,. J VV Fourth, raator. Amo I M every Hun :at at ti o'clock a. Bl and at iv kl i> rn. Cle* meat tag at in o clo lr a, rn. a,, r • -abb-th. Frarer meeting eery Tut. l.y ai. I I huraday av-eainga. SOCIETIES, ll VHI A VT Loma, No. VA. A 7. A A lf. will mud In rajr. la, conin -n *" it OU like I'M-ga. Avenine on or liefora lh-* full moor, at -la-conli Hall, Ablet). Iowa. Visiting t»r#!h*~n «re cordially In,Had to attend. N. I,, fierce VV M.; It W o -aket, Kau alary. ai.! )Kn Ll an a it v axp meant tm nooxr-In Hapnnnd Building. Open e,er, day and • ••ton*. Munday e soc rd ad Toady »ut.*erij«-tlnn*, I cant#. Mi*. V. K l urry Freer leu, MI** I<ottin Taylor, Hecretbry. AU) ICN LOOUE, No VAI. I 0. 0. F Vt-eta •mr, tvedn •la, event's et t tl«ve Hail Violin# bvnthren are <• •«<tlaily In,iud to attend. IL It ■ , donee, Hoer alary A I.PKN LOT-IIF. No IM. A. 0 0. W Meet* at ft ley * Hall. luna'ar timet lie* ascend an I lank Taoadai rmmtagn of ->a<.& month. ah vletr. •« mer.i’ ra an* cordially ln»t!«t to at tent TP. i Huger*. hi W , J. TvOiUneeda IU Cottier to moo IXJPODI' No rn. K of P Meet me* the ftr»« an I tbli I tuesday *•*■ nUwc of na-h • i nill In t’U-r e Halt. V Hilting tiuUbtc al* • ai* areicome M J. luau#, C, C. F. II. Ti KOT. K. -lf Ii V I 8. MAUK J. FL’UPV, At tor it*' and f’onr aelor at few. Prom-t ettr> Hi n et rn Un • lie t on« O" no tier I tie. a Urn e I, ■ Moi*, .intel). Hardin oouaty. iowa. Winona, III., Coal, Warranted 95 Per Cent. Farl. PETER TAMI, OCALF.n TS- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Goal. ALDEN, IOWA Fa Al !»n Bi .ce. ntitoir. v d Pkyileiau mud Snrgma, >t SL I Hardware Iowa. or.ri- T. J. n RICK, iyrat /t»r I’m nil(i IImhb.I Oit-lima /max, ante I u,. u{ X'rrryert, ill. I ccm -ell Bt rain v !*> t rkcte aal can hung ftvtr I i»t>H nr rn od to A .lr a ye ready to giro ufo nr*.1.< rn T. J. HICK, Al lan, la. J. A. al: BUTTON, ZZ, IOWA, Hotair Ti Lear i.NM r: v *«. i AHKNT. Farm Inane flin&nt low lair* id. ta ai on long or chon :if tit tarot*. A large its' of im groved and unimproved laude for lain. V7TLLIAM KEATING. Decoct la llsaiy and Shelf Hardware, Pccket and Tabla Cftterj, Tinware & Woodenware, the I'--eet aud fin aet clock of HGI SEATING STOVES I HANGES la the market. TBHMa Vt ILLI AM UATMO. Aldan, lava CHICAGO. IOWA AND DAKOTA XI A TX »WAY. DICKSECKER’S ll PERFUMES I a SWISS ill CcrniCk. In QUIUTT el STTIL Tfc*Unr*Tari«tjr.#*Q*i    *n«Junmjrf*4U«j Af ihFto CirfKttia    rn*    *<* lh* rn cwlNinlt*! iti4 NKA! li.h***l Use lr bb’* rxwr* » h rr Tftey *rw prrfBfTB* • herrI. r ut# J for t*"tr r; iwbb,    su    i    *    n«®m- •wha i*FFtBtf«. Aft*-/ I i j ar (Irug'fUlfor ilx*m ui4 Mi BltUBitirUit a. RICKSECKER} TOOTH POWDER ll fnt*rl Uljr prt iiiKiSMd th*    in    #it*u kB F iieuirinlrwiflixui !*»♦*Bi • bFHil ifi4 t\Jbj nm*. Bey Ar. 4 try if you aru not irvndy u* in* it* RICKSECKER^ FACE POWDER kirr> th** hn|Ural l#dt rtfW'fll tv* rf Bl r Feet Mw. ytl    in    »MIU*, p%>* *10* flu *4*. II («at« null you will uwb it IHIO. ftiCKSiiCKER, PEBFURII, REW TOIL XL tKT. oncxJHjrrr, NOTARY PUBLIC, bal Estate, CoIMoi a1 mmna AGENT. ALDEN. ...    -    IOWA. Farm and Town Property FOB IAU AMD BSKT. Stolid, OoiikKt ani Only Direct Line BKTWKCN alue>, iowa Falls eldoba, AM) CHICAGO, ii 11. IV ACKEE AMI ALL KASTLE!! Phi M S. Passengers Can Save -1 FROM 2 HOURS TO S ‘HETW CEN CHICAGO AHD POINTS ON THIS LINE UT TAK DEO THIS SHORT ROUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUNCTION with the Chirn*o aud Is'ort Ii wee tern Hallway for Tama City, Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee. Des Moines, Council Hluila, Hi. Paul, .Minneapolis and all points In Dakota, Nebraska, Kansan and the Weal BANK OF ALDEN, BZVJ. BIRDSALL * SOH, Affton, Hardin Countv, Iowa. EXCHANGE SOUGHT and SOLD. CellecUoBg made a Specialty, e Lour en Bool Estate. Money ROBERT HOLMES. CULLIS DI- Lumber, Brick,' Cement and Lime. • OTA, ELDORA with the Central Iowa Rail way for points North and South. IOWA FALLS with tho B., CRAN. and Illinois Central Railways, for Waterloo, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux City. For all InforntJdn abont Freight o* Passenger Rates, apply to our local agents or address tho General Freight and Passenger Agent at Eldora, Iowa. JOHN PORTER, Urn'I Manager. W. 8. PORTER, a. r. -PERFUMES •—Blam nog Flows ae rn na— LAND OF FLOWERS I DOUSSAN’S Sweet South KACH 69 CENTS. mat hist i LYS MS MMS I ISMA!! ■an ii Milt I EPM "Miff Mil* rmft I ■OWIKL HOEK EDEN BOSQUET I ULT OF THE VALLET I 4UUEJMhMMJBm FICCIOLAI ne weaadaBaaaaae^l ■■■•I junsm»tsHMiE3 OSSSSS Ft EMCH KtftlMElY Ste DOMESTIC El’OXWlVa HOUS KH OLD AND ACniCUL-TUR AL TOPICS DISCUSSED. A Hint gal af t'.afnl Infnrraallnn ItrlxMng lo lh* fat tit, Hr, hard, M.l, l«, far tar xml KIU-lira. TMK r Vim. The llOIIM*! the wi prieto > inn barr,! Ilitu.#**. new *.v-i« -ii of numhrrltig eottntry h lnvt-nlftt bf Mr. J. ll. Powell. Il-known how brt-edrt ami |tr»»-r of lilt’ Miadt‘Iiirul .Stm'k I .inn. tut iii ut' ti to reeotnmnnd It. The plun 1« to name < v< ry road in a count)* and divide every ..tile Into ten inmginar) bim V- Hat h biol k ba« two number*. one on each aide or the mad. Cai Ii hon«■ I, given tin* RlimleT of it* block. Thei.    are but f<    w block* that contain    I «w»ll, I ut uxibi    tbiMi on**    i.iii)M‘ t ai    ti, Itut whell    I their Ho - -ii* h *    occur,    t ho ext rn    house* have    * Give tin ie let tern    n (Titbit tn    tfte titnrt;    v umber, ie*    j *tnrt wt 'n they an Ic* lucre! the feed Mid the The I watched other*, ii I of field f tai look in lug anil. hoi grow a* ra need a little moat. SS ii there v.ili i lug Huh fo rbid I their I quenl \ tlo« you are filii after (Ii VV Itll **» it with i i OII ti IHI lean the diet o *ed, hut if tie -* horrid he brid -loud walk. ■in idunl p e* t! . .in m. tie ii I Ii will not c *ow. Tie fter, and bv, tii'*y eat Idly a* tho [•rh at** help n •ii ro Ii * -rl.ii -•I 'Ie* ' rl!lit toil a- *h-»rJ and •took pl I upon th-’ mar ket, aud (ting fat I their 1.111i - yids toed. If ton-r v.-ry lo* j. pi! \ * IO •n them j ram i ' ,r ii I -<• iii j * , p. -lr ' ON K !e r- of ade and • n* ji< -V < 11 v tho' ell* the a adult fowI* I I1"" I turn l‘!i in irl* lo* gra •' l! * when kept I id thi- Im a fa in a mu t. * J , tim*- ■ th- l». J' f;( ille from the nature of 1 w:‘"“ I Un I ground contain i* *omo n»*de to ' 1 >** ' ill) „ - ->tir id- - J w cai if «l, I ,, 111 kl -p j 1 , to lid. lit ra! (Ital h- <1 yid - -, ,!,i ii-*! for . eau (lilt it. -<»* them to l*le I* j I* alw iv * - I ’-11*1* rn un Id no ,t otto r fowl* ach. A l! In the * In -ii*- - i at«>nt i If Iv duck - ar- • kept, boded | 1—td— « w ill f re- J Mud ’ it her v vt ta !>|e* niiv--i wit o I-ran. ow, :v- -I - Undo ml mca* I* *-v< - lieut food. p. md. I ***'* VV .Ii - r I ii a ii -• lo-- - - ti. I-. TI,* it I l! I' bv** lo I, - lien* lint ch duck • i,.(, 1 * -•'• Duck ling' - *1 iou Id n-»t hav - ;(< <-« - - , ary lug J !” i“ ioi * -I I. o«o. until scv<•;sit w* -k* otd. and in-! ! - » try Ins r ma tb r for the old i ii -;k* to • -rn :l • I«I , *• ’*• I* r* * i ?i Hi** vv At. r *•• loll I* VVI. ai a lilt. lier Creak T-iir,*, a« va * 11 a* indirnluaK; have I ll * ii nil »vi . fa,*!,'*, then cliaracter* anti iii- ir iiivtoui t flea * - dramatic and ; peculiar to I bet r-dv v tliat liicy might i*» --a! i <1 J or*ot:ftl. I hero I* a one * lit!'n oihtirb <*f 1‘liiladciplra, winch narrowly tuiaMbl the higie-if di*tfiction whicn I any American tow ii ,* lid achieve, Ii v* *i the iii , eof ' - - rniantown. a ham* | let <>l ie*I J-v    *, a;,,1 *»tlr " Iftle I* i rs front Pm* in the tiuii* of Will* ■ roe l*«>r>>. Ii w), ih-**( a- ji ,, row, a I - net c ll- n of cr iv «t ne -1 va. llinga I Mitrroiindi -I l-v f- r- A tree* ati-1 atrce* plu g for ti*w im t j art* along the hilly >1 u..* lent u*l imp In cr*:)' I HSA. I ill,It. and *o on principle* which have * matter of finding |h opt*- iii ell ta- appled to the I oral district' plan will great!) help th* mutt tote tot nny Wirt and -tep toward a cntiniry f«-er> • v **t«*m am h ;i* already England and un the • -inth.- ni. Part of the plan la lo have I of I lie road at - v • ; v core- r botHM-nsmht-r on the fei every fatm. When a Mtrang- r d- *irr tam fiinn-hou**- Ie i* pot three or four tulle* until barn. end then take the mad to tile right, follow i In far dm i*l t ta , t he I d I -eft*- to I the I • a I *tcn< ('HiHr if-.i attn . ..rn the rem* I'. Smith, ii, day*. tut ton to e*t Inttrb •it Un »r trio fir-in I ll I HOI si HOI ll. Ill I III. ll Villi Nat*I-or Cream w -1 h—-I I, •I -I-. * th* iii fn Odd lf - ond A r, -I d wi to a rl«*' of gi tho other *id< ab-iig un’ii fie m • pant ut- aud tie :i a* no-U when- t«i go ie to know I* thai th'* I N*. «r** I,aii tai r»*a*i wliei- I,;uir*(1 n-a-i .« tx numi-i r* <■ tip b to the hole, he know I2..1 * from ti Th" Id. j I.» I, ever pl** 'CIIted lN*fol thin* and int* air- .el Contra Co*la Count latter count v, lion - v the - r«*dit of til el-whom It I long*, c b ranej*eo re-w-papci the fate of lf* .-p.-tie rn *tolen or - -tint w I t irn b a Mg , /4S AS* st. * a t. Alt that hr un * he I* aft ii.- map 1*41* aud it* then We t i i* bon - r ■ > SfWM lit* ! suit bim cise tin - Ic dii a* live th., o-it^hin rile tip' South • tj/inttn. I I VV held tbs' et j-f.i d with the r< «u lf he lift* (wWimI 4*ul I I nan he ic VV hi ii * *rv man * of an thai [i me one f to d aleut obtain UUU. --1* that mak, lil-g !* MI if III pllailf ol - t i. lice of .I na. u* given t *,i>»: It ha* cunioetieed I my dairy to Al- • that tin 11-* a mail |e .ai- he I,a* found I Iii* we here i Mrtbllhg, ii Ho ird'-* fan been ulmtil a MTiea of CV-itl l- rhlllte how I • ll >■ OII V mot - urb him; ♦ lo *1 no Mon -<f (at*. "'♦itlljr the iw-Mf nu stun --I -i I* -I'.-l MVI tt inc t he ■ a k< * vI ii r*- i moo* *av or r Itta lard. .**..»! . f* !••*! with I nixed good. •n frying < >v .ti r in I ounaeL it it I* often f- tl- r to rid. *indi aa beef fat for M,m*. other po rf*-M a it - onomiea1. but more *isnre fred, to ii**' :• In frving doughhRf*. fritter*, for which if lard ic taken, if a - I iii* - Iv i cpl fat* dine that of mutton, i- d mm ti r 'In-r. ami NS hen i'hdad -- --alas, un a”*, the yes tow f.-.ei officer - of j* vet ! t hi beal I ti V VI big* Washington became w I.en tiongr, ** t-*‘k v tho future (air rn ammi eminent, that ii** »* claim*. Win*a the maftee * Northern ami I ’ waie vote I ic while th**South vrta the natl--cal ** "|t, (i ne, ” a* alb I. ilrov. ’i.e out < if t ae to vv ii it im abl that tiwdieil to IL and - Ute que-non of , of of th,- (jui Bg iv mg 0.1 it* wa*) voted on the rn tttafe* with Deja* for fiertuaat vvu, State* op’*,*ed it. fie W lu ll f ! *h i». and ti in (i a I. ill id I, i I 1111 sc * ha •r is him I- ii ' ■ ji I we that i iiii< i I* i- informal ru*c* creamer-tee vrrth In. and -rang In-' degree* .im from milk. and I general, for my ow n lot I .lf on* tine ri*l. tie r than |*1 fat * if in],I I M. a the f* t odd ar I III*- *li»ih*w r at It degree id the milk mp*-n»ture fr* tir-,1 tie* .• d f an* I ii —-d to -el ftotk vv Itll water. ii no to I'to mu line* a* a deart Ii .tm in or loee the had OU : it Ii I ll to* ham fat. and lard. To th*- partake a, the ovn* III.',*1(11) KIMI. t In t In* .i< lard vv »- O', d, a* i v iMN-intion of an fin lull. Itll* lo IV i*d . tin.* rn I, r* *i clued ii tun -* t It, v l>« -‘tar. it Ira- I Pall r, In*!, a i t*i Mr ell w her* irganira-,ptcd by la. The . : in vin ' 'ow ell. to o a San ti! HT Itll to ii i-1 st an-1 t * • ii w• igli- -I ftie butter. I It vv..- al-- fi*iin ol that He Itll Vet! nit* found thai (bf I - r -1 cream line *a> tw-- ! VV I I c lo - I V. . il -oui-- ti me had clap*. <1 nj* I hr- • I - ..fn r '< ’ < ii! J "I deep - an* I fan u*o a I lh, ii. A] ut tv -ii fit:, not annot l«• de i’tik .)•-').» r of an Inch [ g--i -rally ti', -i '« r : rv in j. - iii fweh - I ,r». Ti- it I*, ii woubl Hot I I--- tell. , veep- I, V t v IM ti*. lf lta! f iur-i <>r mea*IU- a* ■ mu- ii at twelve hours after other fat I' mix- *d with it. '•■ttlng *i • would at two or three hour* I ♦»- . vc I!, ut I IO! I ’n - hr • • ’ ** r 'ani -lo* in awn- in- •an.. . •*-. I -juil Hic m- a- j 'av.-I alt lot mutton fat f*»r fry mg iin-mcnt' -■ ( i r- i . ai.-I w. ut to th-* but- I (iouginoii*: but Ull\Cl| -I VV ti I * vt h- r 'it' ♦<-r -ow:- * ( or r .ii*. Iii* ••-experiment* , vvitluMH r* jard t.. -inantHi- ■ Mer plan wer#4 shit. t fiat- : - Vera! biti- - before | wa* pi has•- i Mi - -to ir I ii* -arllu u 4o- Sot. Ic itll (ii Hint v. I ann Hotter** mai In* W clov cr hay and con WllKMt. VIK to ethaucUon or animal I* In tie- ; I hoi to lie alia h A Ok! vw vBf dairy farmer ba** »-ja he beep!* bu*y. aud sui potting bf rn to work tte.ld mitt. nndmaktmi ing for the • • Uiliti-hn,, * It >*‘c»fi* tirot Va caught Mullet one*. I ii,- folio lug tell* the *lorv . Si veral < farmer!* ha*** lieen up aga game. ray* the .-Ito* ,.»*fH ( ,, man conc * around aud writ, - wloeb Mr. Ma*l. ii brocqht toraard a* an argument again*! it. that “land in Mer I uiAhUjVU .'Oniomtdod the wiufBOUS price i f JIH) ) * i acre," and urged that I tho., a*- I i**i* abl I ■ delayed . nut ii next term ftiat tIi** “eve of America -liould l*e ai! vv, I Jo contemplate thi* town lad ire it he, th,- ti .e«l air- *le of tile nation." In rjuteof tin* protect, however, the l ilt pa .. (I tile s> ate, aye* ten. nay* ceveii. It wu-, tlieu tai,* :i to the Hon rn ami aller a here** debute {-K**,-d there. -wee thirty-one. nave twenty-four, With an amendment, which earned the bdl back to the Sci aoli I' ctati-d thai th, member in >-barge • of *hc bill m the ~-cnnte mw j-rTttcd to a dmner-party where lie hoj cd to nu et a foreign The Senate bud but twenty-flour hour* of life before a*l-j-oimuieUL Six of the* • he cav,- to Iii* dinner. Hic diane, uoh lo*t. when lie returned to hi* -cst. ai. I wish it <»er-niautown lout forever her chance of the rind rank among the cit,,-* of the world, v At the next *e*cion the capital wa* I - cd on the banks of the Potomac, the location of the “fcdiTui dt*tnct l»eii g left to Washington'.* lh cis ion.    Y^utW* i ompainon. d of ltd. *t rae kind w a- dor •(.ta, iii 0)»|s«»r I un! lit There i* no pOMvibie “rn.gnt (lave been of life * Ii. tory *->    a-1 a. tile op- I*>rtnmtv, forev«»r, of being xii-d to *ociebody who i* dead. There is no WI frow that can match Ute aortnvv- of a heart which rec g-iized to** late that it 'bt 'n IVC I  .:.    , , d ...ll V .lip t.»    . WI iota (io*l hath taken. Tiiere no tear among the many which mortal eye* might -lied winch eau boder an ! «*irrode like the tears that fail when remenjl»ering harsh words spoken **r tender can-cm.** withheliL Iii* a *mall a th g t-- ay a pb-.v ant wonl instead of acre's doe, or to give a smile in place of a frow and yet h< w strangely reii-eeni. we are iii such matters, “Oh, aho know* i low her; I y;an‘t bo bothcnsig th av so all the tim, " say* Ute le.s-band, aud meantime the heart of hi* wi.e craves the word that ii never spoken, until ita echo comes line a (rhea I bu ha lint the memory w lmn death na* forever removed love * opportunity. It i- *<> little we can really do for one another in the march of life. We are all under march I fig orders, and have burdens to carry. There is no naif for noonday dream* nor twilight rest. It :* iten, step. step—right onward through dust and 'COIAmonplAOB with - ut mnsic or (>anuer* «-r present glory, aud vet to each Moldier has been given a canto- .I full of never-fading water, a cup of which we may | n-ffer with in* fear of a diminished store all tim way through to the end of the long march to the sen. Is our comrade discouraged ? Do his feet fad ami his baud* grow heavy? A cheering w-iril, a loving MTTH-e, a friendly suggestion, Is-rn of the desire to help and encourage, wdl revive lorn Uke nj arkling water in the desert In at. Such thing* cost nothing, but not *11 the go,d ami diamond.* you could pack into your bundle would match them for n*dac* on the long and dusty march that stretcher fur each One oi un led ween tho cradle and the grave. Toiiiiiiy’c S«>i| ,ln*WFf, “Father,“ said the minister's young**,! boy, “Tommy Jooe* saya that he don't believe what you told os rn Sabbath •uduxd la»t Holiday. V- u know that von said that a soft answer woald turn away wrath. Tommy says that diortly alter he got home from Munday-school Ins father got (earlill mad at him just because he wan chasing - ne,*! the cows, ami lie giablied up a btgattck and enroc for poor Tommy like a w mn wind to give iniu a thumping. Of cour*e Tom my Cut sticks aud run for dear life. Rut tile old man wa* after him like a locomotive. Just a* tiiey were going through a tomato field the old mau jelled: ‘Tommy, when are you gum a to stop running, you ra-« al?* * “Wpil,-" said the minister, “did Tommy give him a sou answer? “Ye*, sir,” replied the boy. “Tommy said that just as the obi man yelled at him he baiuained t > Honk of what you had said about a coft answer, and stooping down he quickly picked up the m./i-e*t tomato that he could find, and just as the old gent came up he let him have it plump between the ove*. Rut Tommy sav* that the soft answer iLdn'i lurn the old maa's wrath away or a cent. lf anything he woe eveu uiadior than I <-forji, ami he whaled i»oor Tuan av for over teu uuuute* after he caught bio,. Ho Tommy *aya that nereafter he »hail trust wholly to hi* beet* when hi* (arhar-is after him, and take uo stock ta played-out onmm*." *1 for -I th for i this h fat*. fat. IT tl.M oil of V I. ll f. bv r for and f-milk 1 mfrt i bt •f fart! get Sinn warn* -iine- ti- ut list a ii-vv j I. F**«M„r, k | in tw a harm!- , *!m> top ir h hNikiiig aer-'-iii-ut with * double foar.t aln pen and i; to sign VV 11 ii I‘H* Olh-T , with which th, ngr- - no-: soon fadi’v aw,tv comp!* t*-l) •nil if a dim I tie et* Ii Mid. The Md ti? i* writ sci The -agha lure Ink hoTd* It* cotnr. and comr* around by ami by at the bottom of a note the sharper ha* got di ->-ouut,’d M>wwh- r»\ Tnt:lur i* an In, r> a«ing d«-itiai I for young men to take charge and over-H,* the farm* of wealthy owners. To lit oneself to sui'It u |io*ition. whi-*h alw av* pays well, say st ii** <h-rmaiit,*vvo 7V-'». graph, liiduatry, sobr—ty and hone-ty must tx- lirst. then a c'*--l know-.f all the point* of'farm':.v a* -un ti -a -u r* are sensible, thinking no re. .-* kiuc'-scientific knuwiiHlgc a* |Hi*'ib|i it,u-*t lf a I cominaml. Rook* o-j fanning, "ar-deoing, horses, calili-, slieep. I. ,gs. poultry, -sol', for;HI/ r*. etc., nill t be thoroughly studied. Such po*liion* ar<-honorable, -prolitable aud highly i-,-*i« < t-ablc. Here Is a - hance for mail) a man to get out of hi* -Mb-pr- ' toil-'’ Ic I bim obtain iv fgisiUun and -< II ut,I lo* ui.| rof* ttabic farm. HIK i-ii.I.Kin. ga- de# •lee gin water al it t that it ha*!,-!,* about from tw-.I list AS goes! re ive hour.* by -ill S»-r cent, of v. at-j iii water at *iv lie setting in dr at OO d, gr- * g.(v<- a (» rcepiihi, •ver d-M*p - a-.- ii *, but uoio- civ, en*, wa I. r • ai (J. e than ruling t, TITTd l! IIT*-, lo Ute i and I-a : lb,ll- -« I Mcrv. -I ‘ gravI- '. After t I all the r with ar-- wasted i •«i bam are int what an* eat ,* f*‘ ft UMH* .* n gravicM. loll better led waler * folluws: ic lf.-'I at i- in- it t* tai;rn fmn tired off exeopl n the pan, a min-. -■ quanti! j I'- ll mg water )' ti SMI (NMI! -I ’ slued lulu the IMH*. -OI alitv to a , vv ti ii; little in ore I bn lCUVer tilt l«ll lorn of Ho • sand >h. Th , VV .1. I- 'ho iii be made to flow ami fun-, ar-1 ov - r the pan us in ! tie Wa*ll • IT Hi-' ii,bu-' drawn from tit*- dry i<water at diluted milk IHI IK* IM j the err i-cow* ai*-ten yr tw • -ow* an- ■ fell on si pasture t i- and lull iv an tug, one *»r re XIV to ■ to two lie lltlik-d Hie hoi r.-d der ll! i me a I miner a part of th addition liny and w inter. nu at, w hieh cooking priN »•>« it should In- -em hnif- tall it mt*t2 up, ami (m ready (da* i d in t lf mueh fat i* ! -,r from dotrjlii clean'd up t.s -ii tin* pan during th«-I f it w ill not di*-oke ;■--ti with a spoon or M ’tli. llicxi gn.ti it uno mr ii ,-v er tin- lie ut. alit- dl-li for tin- table. -•ft after frying meat, nits etc.. It may be hi-IUng It In wat* r. and TOT* v RI ll •VI seiciielfle live of tin •ti iionev , ■t* N <»•«»«*. ii- -lie) -evil .I- of Is-.*, >r, make i.ttliuiidaut that all may --I Nature's purest iioth as f«M»i and umdi-It Im* alw av * Im - u c*!-mat£il a —Uus food .ii Liney liOtciLlll "malI llt.vrv I* on sweets, valdabh elm bl M Tho* llroiMl Sima, Discaao of pig* ran fre-ju-'i-tk tic* traced ba-k to the hrnod mw Fn -t that may not a (feet tin* In-aiili of til sow very materially nut) be the mean* of killing Hie young suckling pig.*, or at lea*t of Implanting into th- o y t-hi germs which in the course of tim# w iii develop and Injure their health and con* sequent growth. The brood MOV I* n, such |N)or heailh thai Ute sticklin,; pig* soon make such a heavy drain on l„-r svHtem that the milk become* jNxir, weak and unw holesome. L icking nourishmi ut th)’ sucklings never attain a strong, vip-orvil* growth. Therefore, the .how should quantities will) Ollie nourishing, aud fftvoti i1 v disease* and < oi it i* vt erne- ,,r p mo A it aud iv Un’ bv long .JMlkell of, traced to are very and for a d, Their distance. f- Ih •ase* ami fold*. K-r.tsg i* fr«*|ueniiv origin no doubt can be * th- insehc*; a* llicv aud eau flv v ,-ry fa*t me w I til-, ut taking ti re eye* ire made lo se,- a great a,i,i u he!) away from lie ir iiabitation* they mount up in the air ui iii they see tile place where the hive* are siru:it(*l| and ilien fly fovvunl it In a might line w -lii go at velocity: heil' e tie liorte't lim- between two given rH'lnt* K often r-|i-’ red 11 a* a   line." .1 tarn''vim lh -• J< mull. id: .Nor TH a BH. of Kttlum.i, one of tin iii.fittest aud must ca peri L’ei’-kc-p- *traini!ig water and fat logetiw-r into a V,-'—-I to cm,!, when it can is- used again. Turii- v,--ui, ken, and duck fat '♦ootid he r« - r--I 'Jowly, strain, C ana put to us,- for batter cakes, aud otic r - ak--* In w-i butter or la rd is u*,-I. In hatter, or -ginger rakes, ehicken sud turkey fat are espeeiiilly nice. ♦ loose fat is e\e,-ll,-ut for inedleine, 1-, -ing Vi ry In-im Ueiai for rubbing over bruises, or -tiraiii'. or limbs sore from fatigue. It i' - ■- ecitlly k«s>(, if warmed, for l-atliiiig th-- i Ii,-st aud tliroai to remove the soreness produced by cold*.— dot, I /fog wk cr pi 7i{;. of lltntB lo ll«MiF«skF>r pmriB. To obviate tip- shiny apfNfarancc silk. sponge with unsweetened gin. To ha sigil r*-ii ants from the pantries, -tr-w whole elm - around the siiein-M. The same I* ni-o ctusidered a gissi moth exterminator. To ax mo VK spots on velvet, the trimming must Im- unpicked on enc side, aud put over hot w ater to *!• am: then'brush up tile nap. Wiiex washing flue, white flannel*, ald a tablesp'Ninfiil of pulverised borax iou pailful of wvP-r. Tiii* will keen Hi,-in *oft anti wiiit,. XHE KIK HEV. be well rounded up with c-KRt; hrxlthy new of thoiUv. u*oU to doubt tim WU fat liefore furrowing tim,. aud thi* eau be dom- oui) by a varied diet of uoiirtiOi-irig food. Corn in too heating for anything like an exclusive diet for the brood sow, and a great mistake I* made tn adopting It. Food that will not produce so much heat and fever must be fed to the sow. aud this can bn done by gtvmg bran. oats, shorts, and similar food. l orn can come in for its share, for it ha* Its gom! >r ie ytiew. Severn! veer- ago, how-ovi r, when every IhhJv'* 1-,-,-s all uv --r tile i-ouutrv Fathered much houcy-dew, and were a1! going bi perdition with it (■Nuts al ll,ilO-O Oat*. Soak two cup* of rolled oat* for five hour* (or over night I In I \ cup* of sour milk. Add cur b-a*|NN>hful (level) of office to perform, and it is greatly liked Dig lioncy*dew exclusively, wintered a* by the sows.    nM''‘    tt    l’*n-    ,,a"    ®w*n    demonstrated The altar IrcfltJue ut u| liieifnws u |J. thai .diarrhea among bee* (tho oms only most as important as the young, lier health    and Vtrmigth are essential to the    pood growth of Hie until they have attained an age when pi tic winter, tho doctor thought he - mkIo, un« teaspoonful of salt, one-half WUU bl like to know- MimeUthig positive teacupful of llghi-brwwn sugar, one tea-abmit it; so he saw to it that live or j cupful of sifted flour, and two well-six colonies had nothing but honey-dcw. j beaten egg*, in Hie order given, the soda ii- winter* Hum out doors, and usually : dissolved In a little water. Hake in hot. lo.**-* hilt one (lf tc-> out Of » liuniln-d, : w«|i-gn*a*ed gem j-an*. in a pat oven, and. sum enough, tie- liv e colonies hav-' for twrnty-flve minutes ladlau Meal Mu>L they can be s,-puratisl fnon the nmther. For twelve hours after furnos lug, the sow should not madv„ aux thing to eat, nor even rich swill to drink. It Is safe to fire hor a drink of water, greasy w*to+ preferred, with a handful of lif*ht shorts In IL There Is more danger in overfeeding than under feeding the so* after farrowing. After the first twu/vookt, the diet must be regulated ac emf r to lh# appearance of the youn^    \ ll j classes    can be made To each teacupful coni meal add atea-vmiim of winter Iiihni *h I* not caused by 1 *po«uful of salt. aud a half teacupful of ., MinM h-\ -dew nor cider, nor anything of the c«,ict water; jvext. odd fiv e teacupfuls of young* kind, but by the consumption of nitrogen : boiling wate’r, stirring steadily. 1‘laco from liee-br<-ad or floating pollen. Well-ripened buckwheat honey Is a* good store* for winter a* any in tho world.— Kjrcho.q^, _ __ I ME rot UUll A 111*. hllltry NoInm. Tits farmer can, b> tin* lime, la- able to Ii*-W over his growing flock and see when) he stands whether Hie majority are good or Imperfectly marked. Two a few months later, over tho fire in a smooth iran kettle; stir steadily until it begin* to bubble, cover tightly, plai n on bal k ut stove to bubble steadily for an hour. This is a great Improvement upon the tedious pro, »•*.* of sifting the meal through the huger*, fermiug a few lumps with the greatoai care. Resides, there is uo danger of I adding too much meal for the quantity of water, which, of coarse, prevent* a full expansion of the granules, resulting In a raw, un pleasant flavor. ;