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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 10, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Taken. 1 Tsy arts. J. V. H. Koons. C1 her and gently Kite Linig there the sweetest notes of music burst Oti the Balmy air. The Moon Langho Down in Beauty Glauco rim from Star to Star a if they whispered litter to Tho Lover s Light 4 .5 love twice Dea Refat love thro by Ope thy window no longer Darling from me " thy form angelic hide. Hack now 1 hear thy footsteps Aud Boot thy Faco i la see Tor Light love from thy window to it reaming Over me be haul my heart thy mistress hath heard thy fondest then softly pc cd the out on the Midnight air was thrust the head of Biddy with All wealth of hair so clustering and so yellow and thus upon the air out in the Moonlight Mellow in ringing tones and Clear she s wed nother it h Ino that s slam pc Chicago Ledger. Les. Grasping Down to Book i. A Man sat on a picket Fence. Picket fences were invented by Charle Magne and improved upon by Charles h. Of England. Still the Man sat on the Fence. Book n. The Fence surrounded a tall gloomy building. The building had shutters at the the Mann French Man. There were other frenchmen in the same neighbourhood. They were in bed. Frenchmen were discovered by Oliver Cromwell and subsequently patented by the author. They Are copy righted. All frenchmen not bearing the signature of the author an spurious. It was night. It was n dark night. Darkness is a Shadow that rises i Ron the ground Whon Tho Sun goes Down. The Man on Tho Fence was thinking. His unmet was Lippi air. Book i. Lidji Piatt loved Maronette. Marou Otte was a she knew Lippiatt. Shi did not know that Ujj Appiott loved her. Maronet a lived in the gloomy House. Clip Piatt did not Tell Maronette that he loved her. To was fomented to sit on Ilu Fence in front of 3ier House. He was a quiet Man. Like All frenchmen he the bravest Man in thirteen coun tries. He was a Tuii or a tailor is one who promises to have your clothes done saturday and then brings them around week after next. Lippiatt was poor. All heroes Are poor. Book re. Maronette opened a window and shied in old Boot at Lippiatt. Is that you she said. Said Lippiatt. Maronette laughed. My father says i must marry the Man who will bring1 Liim the Xor Egizii said Maronette. Lippiatt got off the Fence and walked away. Book. V. Like All tailors in France Lippiatt a Good Sailor. He stole a boat and started for the coast of Norway. A fear Ful storm came on. The world Drew on i heavy cloak to protect it from the storm. The sea opened a thousand Mouths to Swallow Lippiatt. It wus hungry for him. His to Ojard and hair were tilled with Salt. Great hands of darkness reached snatch him. Lippiatt Only laughed. Tho scene grew Wilder. Monsters of crowded against la o boat. They were reaching for Lippiatt. He steered his boat to avoid them. A wave averages Twenty feet in height. It contains 400 tons of water. It is thicker at the base than at the top. In that respect it is like a Pyramid. But it is not three cornered. It i Oval in shape. A round is a water spout. A water spout is thick at Tho top mid Bottom and slender in the Middle. Lippiatt knew this. To was Airaid of Waves. He was fear Ful of waterspouts. Book i. In four Days Lippiatt arrived at the it is fur said he. The is like Funnt-1. The lower cud of the Bottom. The Moutri is at the Rop. I is caused by tin tides. The six Reese it is caused by a Hole in to o Earth. Lippiatt knew better. He wont Down in tiie maelstrom fastened a rope around the lower end. To this rope he adjusted blocks and Pul Leys. Lion he climbed out of Tho pit and fastened Tho other end of the rope to the Mast head. The blocks gave him a Purchase. To rested. Book i. Having rusted Lippiatt pulled on the rope. He pulled the maelstrom inside out. Tho Bottom was then at the top. It spun around like i inverted top. Lippi Atic drove a Staple into it and j aet ened line. Then he set sail. The Jujia Elstrom. Followed. I shall marry he said. Book Viii. Another Man sat on the picket Fence. It was go Denay. Go Denay loved Maro Bette. Maronette loved go Denay. Go Denay saw something coming in the Harbor. What is that he asked. It looked like an inverted funnel. It was feet High. I Don t said Maronette. She was Light she did t. Book in. Lippiatt disembarked. He took the maelstrom on his shoulders. Then he went to the gloomy House. He Hung the maelstrom on the picket Fence. How do you do he asked. He knew Goa Denay. He had disappointed him about some trousers i am said go Denay. I am going to marry Lippiatt looked at Maronette. She said "1 marry go Denay this Book x. Lippiatt went to the wedding. To gave Marlaette a Silver card receiver. Maronette smiled. Lippiatt went Back to the picket Fence. To ate the maelstrom up. Book i. As Tho wedding party went Home they flaw a dead body lying beside the picket Fence. The Point of Tho maelstrom was sticking out of Tho Mouth. Good gracious said Maronette. Holy smoke exclaimed go Denay. It was Lippiatt. Her1 Rose. A decently dressed Workman came to a photographer s to Havo taken the por trait of his wife. While Tho. Operator arranging the camera Tho husband thought fit to give some advice to the companion of is life concerning her pose. Think of something he said or else you will laugh and spoil it. Remember that your father is in prison and try to imagine what would live become of you if i had not taken pity upon Ujj Young folks. Rover. Conic kit to Good Rover Conio lither to me your it a honest Faeo i m delighted to sea you face eau o have something important to Seiy what in it. Good hover come Tell Ruo i Pray. Have you come to relate your adventures this morn with the in and the Ariel cow in the Corn do you t link my Brave hover twas doing quite to give Madam Biddy and Chicks such a Friglet old not easily driven away thought i breakfast of Corn was much better liar Hay Aud the i at the last you compelled lick to yield with airs quite indignant she quilted the held. And now or a frolic All ready you Stop Etoy you bold robber come Back with my Bock. Here Irit the water and bring me this that s it my Fine fellow Tuo Ery Siu Jio our. Nov lie lows a while on the turf it my feet and Keer. Very fat ill till my task is Complete then Good by to books Well be off for a walk awhile w the the Birds emd the Flowers to talk. It int a Story Tor i lie idol los. Care of the minutes and the hours will take care of repeated master Dick thoughtfully As he closed the Book of Wise Odds and ends which he had been Reading and Tilting Himsel Back in his chair gazed with self satisfied complacency into the fire. Ashurt pause during Winch the loud ticking of the clock the cheery crackle of the ire in the great tire place and Thi he Owsij purring of Pussy in the Hearth alone broke the silence. Pretty Good advice if a body would Only practice he at length a kled with a is copy Yawn stretching himself Back at full length and ending the performance by bringing his be of Down upon the Center table a loud bang. If a body Only would practice it repeat a sister Gussie contemptuously ii thought of doing such a Loosh tiling Pixie if i just Couch t Iid Smi Gerhing also More Sensi ble no 1 than that old hateful Book i would just sit and suck my Precio is thumbs and read nothing. How you no Tiute night after night to sit and i and that dry slut and not fall is More than. I can guess. Why the the old Musty thing even make me o i Well i presume that it will continue o exist and do Well even though it is so unfortunate As to incur Tho Dis Plonski j o of your most Serene and Royal answered Dick with mock Gravity. In fact i tear that it will get along a great Deal better without you than of without it to come Down to Mattera of he added. 1 am even of the opinion that that very same Home by piece of advice t come amiss if reduced to practice by some Little Frisky Imp Tii in bodies that i know of who to re always in ironed on every Side by so terrible much work that they just can t do anything and Whoso lessons Are so Loi g that it of no use trying to get them a pretty Well put in. Blaster sport up Grund lather who dozing Over his newspaper had seemed not to notice Antl ing transpiring pretty Well put in. I q of a few of us would be benefited by putting into practical use the truth contained in those few old fashioned words. Mankind Are too prone to Dis Bourc Lemeut and faint hearted Ness stand aghast at mole Hills As mountains rivulets As mighty torrents when if to would summon up fortitude and deter mine by grapple with them they would melt away to then1 Roal proportions or flee r. And affright us 110 More. Per Severance achieve All but impossibilities Wilile to Tho weak and faint hearted achievements Are truly Mira Ulous 1 i Hsie waited to hear 110 More but with a Pettish toss of her pert Little head and something of a Pool on her Rosy lips. Clipped of to her room. Aud. Snugly Elisc need in her Coz lied wus soon far from a homely practical world of prac Lieal people and practical books Tiller with practical proverbs. A had milling to do the next Day and to lived off in Tho country a to Oil ways from the Mill he had to Start or be late in coming Home. 80, i y i it rivet glimmering i i Day in there was and stirring and had a tire roaring in the cooking stove Lio Tea Kettle tilled and simmering Over the the o. Mamma was then to Start breakfast and As she i raid that the baby would awaken at every noise which would Call her find delay breakfast she called Gus in up to help her. To though Lov ing Ler morning Nap dearly As All Young Folk do Gussie cheerfully got up and atm malting a Hasty toilet pitched into the work clean to the As con in Bob expressed it. And most of it s to had to do too for with so much baby was soon awake and crying Mother in tending to him could t else. But. Being a a Quick and by Little girl and knowing As every line Tirl should How to do her work Tho t and most speedily Brenkle i St was soon ready and smoking on the table and very tempting my Nice it Loolie too though a Little girl did get it we guess it tasted equally Good judging by the Way papa Ami the rest of the ate of it. In fact the snowy Linin biscuits the dish of Sweet yellow butter the bowl of seasoned mashed Pott toes the Platter of Bacon Fried Cris and Sweet together with dishes of tempting preserves Apple butter and jellies with Nice fresh pies and Over All the Aronia of the Rich Golden Eoff of Wou id have tempted the stomach of most any Ody. Tie men folks wore at last through and gone to their work and after hastily v Ashing the soiled dishes the next Tab to was ready and Gussio took time to sit Tith them and eat her breakfast and rest a while before school time. But just then there came a hurried rap at the and a neighbor entered with a maps for her Mother to come to the bed ride of a very sick Friend. So Leav ing a few Hasty directions and charging Gus die not to be late at school her Mother h hurried away to the sick bedside. G Ussie made no fact Didi i t think much about it at sat lazily sipping her Coffee and dreamily Rit dying the pattern of the table clot she had thus lolled away some Little 3 time when a Loti whirring of the clock broke in upon her reverie and 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 were rung out to her Gumbo thought with terrible emphasis. In an instant she was on her feet and Star no in Blank dismay about her. Six three hours till school everything in the House in the wildest confusion How could she have sat dallying away her time so thoughtlessly knowing that All this work had to be done and no shirking it and a and exacting teacher in school to Send her in disgrace to the foot of her class if but a moment tardy and she had studied so hard to keep her place and win the head Mark that night and her most dreaded rival stood next below her ready to take her place in Triumph if is 10 failed. Inspired by the thought to almost she bared her a is and catching up Tho great dishpan rushed to stove for hot water to Wash the dishes. Of horrors to her hurry she had for Rotten to fill the Tea Kettle before sitting Down to Hei bread ast and it was empty. And to worse matters the fire was nearly Oil and had to be kindled and the water bucket was empty with quite a step to the Well to fill it. At Tho same the full consciousness of All the Nikanj thing s she had to do rushed like an 11 Vul irm Che upon her. Every item Clearing up Tho table and packing the dishes an then washing and wiping and stacking them again and carrying them to Thi Safe washing All the stove utensils one by one and arranging them properly and at the same time scouring the stove then Alt the rooms to sweep and dust and Tho Beds to make and then getting herself All every item Clear an distinct flashed before her clamouring to be done right then that instant though really requiring hours to accomplish and to Cap the Climax right then she remembered that her Little Brothers were not yet up and had to be dressed and helped to their breakfast taking an eternity it seemed of itself i Don t care if i do have to record it o my Little heroine. Many much older and stouter hearts have quailed before a much less formidable array of Adverse circumstances. She was doomed head Mark Honor Pride All lost gone so just sat right Down and cried us hoi precious Little heart would break. But it was Only for a moment. Like a Ray of Sunshine the homely Maxim of the evening s before dispute shot through her mind take care of theand Tho hum s will take care of them aghast at mole Hills As mount Ains rivulets As Rose hey there was Hope for her yet. By talc ing right hold of the first tiling at hand. And doing it quickly As possible passing right on to Tho next without counting what was yet undone she might still get through in time for school. Kho would at inst try mid. If she did i ii fail trying strange How formidable things appear when to stand doubting before them Only to prove so easy and trifling when Niico to bravely grapple with them it wus marvelous How the work flew before her ringers. Tiie Rico was hastily kindled and Wib soon blazing lustily. The pump was soon primed and the Teakettle filled and Over Tho fire. Hastily the twin Broth ers were awakened dressed washed and oat ing their break if to. While the water heating. Xot to lose any time be fore they were through Gussie made some of the Beds and dusted the rooms. By this time Tho twins were through and the water hot and not daring to look up at the clock she commenced her dishes and not waiting to count them goodness Lukows there was enough of them to up pall the stoutest she soon had them All washed dried and pricked away. These finished with the pots Skillet s and pans idl scoured and Hung in their places and the stove too arranged she finished milking the Beds and tidying up the rooms. She had the last thing Dono about the House and was about to draw a Long breath of Relief when with dismay she remembered that she had not yet milked. This was a Long tedious Job and though tears gushed up in her eyes and she bit her lip with vexation Gussie bravely caught tip the pail and ran Down into the lot where the cows were two Little hands being soon at work with might and main. Somehow the cows never stood better perhaps some Kitzul fairy had whispered to them of their Little mistress trials and their great honest had pitied her. Certain it is that the milking was never done better nor More speedily and v. Sis strained and put away almost in no time. The very last thing of All the formidable array done Gussie glanced timidly up at the clock. Nihat had some Good fairy too tampered v Ith hands Stio could Kenaree y believe her senses 1 Only half past 8 a full half hour in which to get ready and reach school. Hastily arranging her hair and dress she put up her Din Ner and i caving the wondrous twins in charge of grandpa who had just happened to drop in a Tussio tripped lightly away for school. And the mistress that morning As she glanced Over the array of Bright eyes Rosy Cheeks and Cherry lips saw no eyes so Bright nor Cheeks so Rosy As Gussie s. She had fought and won a mighty Bat the and though no tangible Wreath of Victory crowned her brows the glow of a Victor was at her heart. She Felt our Little miss a proud womanly Selt Racli Auto that no Gold could Havo purchased. Her lessons were Liefer so easy before it seemed that All she attempted that Day was merely play. Not Only was the coveted head Mark carried Oil in Triumph and her rival completely discomfited but her teacher s commend for her promptness in the morning and her excellent Les sons Tho Day through. Gussie never told of her hard fought Battle and glorious Victory no not even to her Mother. It was too sacred too holy to he known of any but herself d her god. Laid away in the inner most shrines of her heart Safe from pry aug eyes it remained to cheer and strengthen her through Many a hard ought Battle in after life. But master Dick when he was ready or his Book of proverbs that evening was surprised to find it always before so much abused and sighted oct spy no the place of Honor on the Center Able Over and above All others while a it of Bright ribbon marked the place ind proverb which he had last read. Chicago eventide. Gold and Silver product annual v. Tho Quantity of Silver produced i Molly in the world amounts to not loss Han pounds Troy and that of old May be estimated at More than idol too pounds Troy the value of the Silver being above and that of Gold not less than the Abor expended in mining for the Silver Ore in the deep recesses of the mountains red that which is devoted to Tjie washing of alluvial deposits the relics of the cataclysms of former Ages and to the Edious exploration reefs rep a vast expenditure of vital of Ort. Even then we have still to draw upon the trained skill of the metallurgist before either Gold or Silver becomes fitted for Ytse or ornament. The a City built of shells. Perhaps you do not know that the City of parts is built mostly of shells he cast off of uncounted Mill Long of Little sea creatures. Each Shell not so big As a Millet seed and Tho ittle creatures lived in them Ages ago. There were so Many of them in the sea hat they settled into real mountains. Mccame cemented together and now tiie mountains of shells form Tho quarries where most of Tho Paris building Stone s procured. The Sheila Aro shaped Liko let of it Snail and arc so plentiful in Jig Paris Stone that one Inch cubic Nch is said to contain of them. Beside this they Are found nil Over the world hot Only in Stone but in the Sands on the Shore. H. Mow wanes the Golden Light of Day As slowly Bilka Tho my to rest Aud leaves behind a Golden Riby the Emiil to cheer tin sight to bless soon will velvet to spread by clerk plug Cal goddess Oluic night and brother of the weigh a Vii the by Liis might. From Bruin Blo quickest hedge is Board the w hip poor will h Lone while in the ancient oaf o Rhead the hooting of t their High notes try the Flowers i Oil their tiny handbag if to breathe a prayer to him who gave them All their brightest hues his Earth to deck i Ulde to Gem. The weary Gnu Fer slowly plods his Houseward path from daily t do of Hobby our o or the Sun Bautel Luda to gain his bread from off the soil his Good Dame Mart of All Cook governess and Usu Kincaid stands Ealing at the pasture bars the cows that answer with a bawl. Tho Mart is All aglow Avith la Inch that supersede Tho Day anti from their shopworn go a Distant Vonnda the noisy Dray the tradesman Low o or Day Boole Bent recounts again his daily Bale and ree Kona Obs Ami Gaia and rent that he like others May not Lull a lout mean those Sweet strains of music that gently flout upon the air through the window of your Jane Iii where s thronged the Gay 1 of within there s a Ball to night in Honor of the eldest son whom court both left and to Day a the Latt of Twenty one the night if spent in Gayety Wilile flying feet to music Sweet keep time with regularity. Until the Bandage is carefully unwound the Lead cuticle i which there is so much Leing abraded during Tho process of in Linduig. When the foot is entirely in sound it is not unusual to find ulcers ind other abominations. Frequently we Are told a Largo piece of flesh sloughs off Tho sole Zuj it sometimes Lappens that one or to o toes drop when this happens Tho patient consid himself amply repaid for the Tumi anal suffering by having smaller and Nore delicate feet than her neighbors 1 indeed the desire to have Small feet a so n tense that girls will slyly tighten their in bandages in spite of the Chambers journal. How to cure a Toothache. Some months ago on English tourist fingering in a country churchyard was present at a funeral and observed among he group of mourners a Young Man who particularly attracted attention by his Wollen face and the utter dejection of Lis appearance. Here at least is one Rue thought the englishman. While this thought was passing through Lis mind the supposed Mourner took in a Skull which Lay on the top of a leap of dry Mold and crumbled Bones. In raised it to his lips and with his Teeth extracted n tooth from it. Horror filled the stranger As he watched this proceeding and saw urn throw the Skull carelessly away while he wrapped the tooth in paper and t if in is pocket. Can Yoli Teil to y he did that asked our tourist of an old Man who had stood beside him luring the funeral ceremony. A surely your Honor the poor boy was very bad i the Toothache an it s a3 owed to be a cure if you draw a tooth Rae a Skull i your oin Teeth. Hell sew the tooth in his clothes an Wear it As Long As he you Don t Tell me so do you think the remedy will to it s like enough re slide the old Man showing where n Ooth was sewed in the lining of his own vast boat. It s five years since i pulled hat Ane the same Way an t Dover had i touch o the Toothache the year remd. Facts and fancies it is Naid the Vassal College girl who cold by drinking water from a Damp Tumbler is convalescent. It seems to be a Universal practice that when Bridget conies in to sweep the whole family will get up and dust. A boy recently hanged himself be cause somebody found fault with that boy was certainly not born to be an editor. A Man has invented a chair which can be adjusted to different positions. It is designed for a boy to sit in when having his hair Cut. Did t you hear me is mum but be told me the other Day Niver to answer be i did you have some Cream and glucose i your is the question now propounded from the maternal end of the breakfast table. Answers Pater families Anil pass the Oleo mar Garine. To Many societies i or the promotion of things Are established that Johnny wants to know Why somebody does t get up a society for the promotion of boys in school without making them study so. To keep away mosquitoes dip a piece of sponge or flannel in Camph rated spirits and make it fast to the top of the Bedstead. A decoction of pennyroyal or some the bruised leaves rubbed on the exposed parts will effectually keep off these troublesome insects. Tinn were sitting together siriday evening with an album or two Between them when she pleasantly asked How would you like to have my Mother live with in just fifteen seconds he had hat half Way Down Over his face and was bolting through the Gate. After. Family prayer a few evenings since says an Exchange a Little boy asked Mamma How can god hear folks Pray when he s so far away be fore the lady could Frame a suitable re ply n sunny faced Little miss of five Buir Nurs vehemently said ill jes bet he s Dot telephones a Runnin to every in the manufacture of tobacco molasses i Cuncic paste a decoction of figs and Glycerine a used to impart a Sweet taste. Common Salt and other salts Ore used for Flavouring and nitrate of Potash or soda is added to increase combustibility. Anise and other Ai o Matics Are added for their flavor and smoking tobacco has odor if not in Ste improved by the introduction of Casear Ihn bark. Cabbage and othe r leaves Are often used to adulterate Chew ing tobacco. A Uttilie in by 4 years old having often been told it was wrong to ask for anything at the table was Down at Des Sert. After patiently waiting for some Irne without being noticed he exclaimed Mamma please May i have an Orange if i Don t ask for it yes was Tho reply. But after a considerable interval the Little fellow getting his Orange again addressed jus Mother with please Mamma i m not asking for an Liis time he wus duly rewarded. Cold weather horses which have been driven rapidly or have become heated from exertion throw off great quantities of Stevani or vapor. The reason of this is that the beat thrown off rom the body on coming in Contact with he i older air is condensed in the form of vapor. The principle is the same As hat which causes the windows of a close room to become covered with ice on a cold Day in Winter. The worm air of the room becomes condensed on the cold lass Smil it is congealed in the form of a. Prev to the Tiro of Queen Eliza stairs were All constructed on a circular plan and were called Turret or Corkscrew stairs. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries staircases with wide straight flights were first Intro Lucid and were made the loading feat ures in mansions of the elizabethan style. They had usually massive join s tors with carved panels and pen lots. Staircases of this description Are still in common use but Are lighter in style Light cast Iron being used instead of Oak balustrades. The geographical Center of Tho United states is at to Deg. 47 ruin West Lougi Cie which is about the Vicinity of Omaha. The Center of population con Sidi ring the United states a plane use itself without weight but capable if sustaining weight and levelled with inhabitants in Nambi a and position As they Are found and each individual being assumed to be of equal Veight and consequently to exert press ure on the Pivotal Point directly pro portioned to his distance therefrom Joth North and South and East and West s at a Point forty eight Miles East and a Rifie North of Cincinnati. A Miri land schoolmaster told a re factory girl that unless sin wrote a com position he would punish her. She a cared with two big Brothers. The i Doogue Laid a revolver on the desk and culled i or the screed. It took her about ten minutes to invite the senti ment there air various kinds of big rothers. Sunni would stand no i or h ister under any circumstances but then1 ire some Lily slivered slab sided Iii us Jirels who air a Cross Between a Gibran and a maltese jew who would sit around like a Ra-6-Hole, while n de hended Cross eyed slab of untre be Coful poverty wanders around with a borrowed pop and makes their poor Sis Vej Paw around fur Tho materials fur a tree sets out in Orchard of course does it with Tho sex Lee tation of a return in fruit. No our Jants Corn or potatoes without first con Diering if the land will give him a crop f the soil is not in the proper condition ,13 knows that he must make it so or Ose his seed and his labor. Much less ban Corn and potatoes can fruit Trees make a crop on nothing. The Trees will struggle along do the Best they can but Nch Orchards do not pay. And run iut Early. Unless the land is Suffi gently Fertile for on Ordinary farm crop t should to made so no soil too wet for Uch crops will answer for fruit Trees which to succeed need Well drained and. The blowing should be As deep As the character of the soil will allow and the sub soil plow May generally Fol of the other with Benefit. Tobacco. Anti tobacconists will find Comfort my arguments in Tho fact that parisian Why simians tire with hardly an exception league against Tho Weed which hey claim rapidly uses up the vital orces and in the further fact that most f the Long lived Tough old frenchmen lever smoked. Tilers Guizot Cro Mioux Aspall and conic the Benoi Tazy who recently died full of years with unimpaired mental faculties wore All non smokers and so and Bartholemy St. Hillaire Vic Tor Hugo and Etienne Arago. The House and farm. Pool Man s cups of flour one cup of molasses one cup of milk one cup of suet one cup of raisins one teaspoonful of soda spices to taste boil two hours use with a. Flax on experience two seasons one wet and the other dry is that Prairie Sod no matter How Early turned rots better is More free of weeds and grass after a crop of flax than uncropped Sod broken in May or june. To keep flies from horses procure a Bunch of snort wed and Bruise it to cause the juice to exude. Hub the Ani Mal thoroughly with the Bunch of bruised Weed especially on the legs neck and ears. Neither flies nor other insects will trouble him for Twenty four hours. The Best remedy for bleeding at the nose As Given by or. Gleason is a vigorous motion of the jaws As if in the act of mastication. This remedy is so very simple that Many will feel inclined to laugh at it but it has never been known to foil not even in very severe cases. A Nice piece of pork two pounds to one quart of Sauer Kraut Wash the pork and cover with boiling water and boil one hour then take your Sauer Kraut press All the water from it and place it around the pork and boil another hour. When done Servo the pork and the cabbage in sep orate dishes with mashed potatoes. Canary weight of three eggs in sugar and butter weight of two eggs in a lotto Rind of one Lemon three eggs Niflot the butter but do not let it boil add to this the finely minced Lemon Peel and gradually mix in the flour stirring Well All the time. Beat up the egg Well blending the material perfectly put in u buttered Yimsin Aud boil for two hours. Serve with a Sweet Hanee. Potato Well together fourteen ounces potatoes four ounces of butter four ounces of Fine sugar five eggs and the grated Rind of 0110 Small Lemon a Pinch Salt add one half of Brandy pour it in a Mold or dish Well greased and bake it. Be careful to Mash the potatoes As a monthly As possible and adding a Little butter at first helps to make them smooth. Calf s foot two calf s feet and add to them one gallon of water boil Down to one quart Strain Ami when cold skim off the fat add to this the Wiite of six or eight eggs Well beaten a pint of wine half a Pound of Loai sugar and the juice of four Lemons and let their be Well mixed. Boil the whole for a few minutes stirring constantly and then Strain through flannel. The wine May be omitted or added Accord ing to Choice. A correspondent of an Exchange i would like to mention to any among your readers who have charge invalids or delicate children or who ire not Able to go out during hot Vieather that the a of the room May of much improved by hanging thick towels dipped in cold water with a Little vinegar added to the open win Dowson that the air passing through is refreshed with moisture and dec nines to inhale. This is in imitation of a custom prevalent in Cal Cutta where matting is kept sprinkled 3ii the sunny sides of seeding for immediate on land slowed Latt fall or in Corn stalks i would advise sowing As soon As the land is in order in Spring a Bushel of Oats per acre with a Peck of Timothy ten pounds of red Clover two of White and a few pounds of Blue grass. Keep off the cattle till the Oats have covered the ground Tenn if you do not Stock too heavily you will have pasture continuously. Seeding Down on Spring blowing is Uncur Tiu if the season is dry. The increased interest in cattle growing will demand a largely increased acreage in grass and Many we find fire needing pasturage the coming summer who have made no move so far toward it. We Havo tried the above plan and succeeded very Well. The Oats disappear in july but the Timothy will then to Abun Jai Nfn the Washerwoman of Holland and Bel Gium so proverbially clean Aud who get no their Linen so beautifully White use refined Borax As washing powder in Stead of soda in the proportion of one Large handful of Borax powder to about ten Gallons of boiling water they save in soap nearly half. All of the Large washing establishments adopt the same Mode. For Locos Cambric etc., an extra Quantity of the powder is used and i or crinoline requiring to in made stiff a i to orig solution is Borax Boug n Neutral not in the slightest degree injure the texture of the Linen. It effect to the hardest water. Julia of four feet into two Gallons of water let it boil Down to one gallon Strain it and Kut away until Volel then take off the fat from the top and the sediment from the Bottom put the Jelly into a Kettle with a pint of White wine the juice of four Lemons and the Peel of one beat the Whites and shells of my eggs and add to it sweeten to your let it boil for a few minutes into the Jolly bag and repays until quite Clear. If needed for an invalid add a cup of pole Brandy. Save the coax is not generally appreciated How much heavy soils can be benefited by the use of Coal ashes now wasted or applied to the roads. Vick says in his estimable monthly Magazine that it is quite satisfactorily shown that Coal ashes though not having in autrial value sufficient to warrant any expense for Carriage or Long hauling May with advantage be spread upon the ground where they Are produced. Mixed with heavy soils their mechanical effect is to lighten it and make it porous and friable. A number of experiments with Coal ashes publicly reported within the last year or two leave no doubt that they have at least some slight value As manure and that mixed with heavy land their effect is very beneficial. Upon this subject a practical cultivator through tiie columns of a Lato number of a British journal gives the following advice and coi a third part of ashes to two thirds of soil will not be too much. You will very Likely not Nave enough to do this at once therefore use what Yon have and repeat the dressing again and again till the soil however wet it May be parts readily from the tool. It May require three or four years to accomplish this if you Havo Only the ashes of an Ordinary icon behold at your disposal. But Pray remember that once Well Dono it will give you no further trouble for not Only do ashes lighten a heavy soil but they also Render material assistance to one and one half ounces of isinglass three ounces of Sweet a and six bitter almonds Well pounded in a quart of milk let it boil until the isinglass is dissolved Napkin stir it until nearly cold and put it into the Mold. Fig Pound grated bread half Pound figs six ounces Brown sugar one Tea cupful of milk and grate a Little Nutmeg. Chop figs and suet together then mix in the bread sugar and milk and lastly one egg Well beaten. Boil in a Mold for four hem s eat with a Sweet sauce. A ably planting and the soil Well prepared Early sowing is most desirable with Many crops. Some tender ones make a poor Start unless the ground is warmed by the Sun and air and a late Frost May do harm. But it is rarely Wise to delay because of what May happen when promptness promises the Best results. Banting s dietary for getting rid of superfluous flesh which is said to be efficacious is As follows lean meat poultry game fruit dry Toast Good Claret dry Sherry Green vegetables and tiie moderate Usei of soft boiled eggs and cheese. By this process it will be perceived that All Farinace Ous Saccharine or oily matter is left out of Tho list. Tiie following preparation is Recci no need As food for a weak baby one Teri cup of Oatmeal in two quarts of boil ing water slightly salted. Let it Cook two hours and u half then Strain. When cold to one Gill of the Gruel add one Gill of this we non Anel one Teaspoon of sugar. T j this then add one pint of boiling a Ivr and it is ready for Tise. This can be digested when milk Aud All else fail. English. Anukow Noor Blanc Mange. A Tea cupful of Arrow Root with a Little cold milk rub it smooth boil a pint of milk with ten Sweet and four bit Tor almonds having pounded them smooth first and having blanched them sweeten this milk to taste with pulverized sugar Strain carefully then pour this milk gradually into the Arrow Root stir ring All the time boil for five minutes and pour into a Mold to Cool. To renovate Block Good take one fifth of a Pound of extract of logwood and one ounce of Sal Eratus put in a boiler with ten Gallons of water cold or hot stand Over the fire and when boil ing hot put in the goods either wet or dry let stand Twenty minutes moving about occasionally rinse in cold water until the goods drip Clear and Iron immediately. This will be found a most excellent recipe for restoring Black goods of any kind that have become Rusty or Cashmere a Waterproof worsted Grenadine or any material that will not Cockle in wetting. Press on the wrong Side. The Lily Gardener s monthly says that As a general thing the Lily is not a Success in most gardens. This is however chiefly from improper soil being used or their being placed in improper situations. The plants rather like the open sunlight but the roots Abo Minate hot ground especially when stiff eur Clayey. In prof. Sargent s grounds at brooklinc1, mass., they Are planted with the rhododendrons Anu Are a magnificent Success. Here the rhododendrons shield the bulbs from the hot Sun. It is beside an excellent idea As a Mere matter of Garden taste for the rhododendrons Are All Over Blos soming before the lilies Flower and so inc flowering of the Beautiful Ever Gri pcs set to be prolonged till Lato in the summer when the lilies disappear. Phew is a objection to the common Way of boiling eggs which people do not understand. It is this the White in three minutes rapid cooking be comes Tough and indigestible while Yelk left raw. When looked eggs Are done openly through like any other food. This result May be obtained by putting the eggs into a dish with a cover As a tin pail and then pouring upon them boiling water two quarts or More to a dozen of eggs and cover and pet them away from the stove for fifteen minutes. The heat of the water Cooks the eggs slowly and evenly and sufficiently and to a Jelly like consistency hav ing the Center or Yelk harder than the White and the egg tastes As much Richer Aud nicer As a fresh egg nicer than a stale egg. To person will Walit to eat them boiled after trying this method once. A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer says on Good ground i have raised from 900 to 1.200 pounds to the acre of Good Broom Corn and if the season is favourable will give you Al amt fifty to seventy five bushels of Good seed to the Aero. It is Good for hogs sheep Aud Young cattle. It latest to tramp it with horses and run it through a wind Mill. I have known it ground with Corn Anel it makes Good ived in this Way have known it to bring from 30 to 4.0 cents a Bushel for feeding Milch rows and have known it to to used for making whisky. It makes u vory fiery whisky. Left to get

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