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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 03, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio11the Western Christian advocate wednesday october 3,1888. 635 have big address now but not for publication As be Bas not time for the correspondence a bib would be Likely to follow. The new plan is certainly worthy of trial. eggs. A a French chemist gives the following method of preserving eggs which is claimed to keep them fresh advkrti8rmrnt8. Mu8ioal. Domestic. Contributions to this department Are invited bib apr a tomatoes in the following. Frera fable talk the saute pan so-1 to a Quot a Quot two a Quot v ,�?o1uaou a att copied from q rom six to a igbo months while quite arrant on the lest syllable shallow i ,., Tayz accent u fresh they Are generally struck against each kind of frying in. Rux my of Hopper 6 a 7 be of Iron which will probably do �?o1� s?qn<1 a by seems w Deul 1, Are placed in a kind of earthen Pitcher nil a for breading the White Apple. Of a As Well to a very narrow Bottom. When the Tomato is the Beson vessel is full a solution of a Quarter of an fruity flavor. Rinse and wipe dry Cut into ounce of to one quart of water is slices about a Quarter o an no cu8 poured in. The Lime water permeates the wih Salt and Pepper. Beat an egg without a heu to reache8 first membrane ren. Separating until we m Bea it Dering the latter impervious. The pitchers table spoonful of Boi ing a r. Urn n in placed in it c6uar> from which All a Large dinner plate some Nice dried bread log it excl debt Bat a uniform temper crumbs dip the tomatoes quickly in the aware of 44 46 degrees fahrenheit is pig and then into the bread crumbs see 1 that they Are nicely covered All Over and Isy them out on a Board a few moments to dry. Pat about two table spoonfuls of lard or dripping not Batter into an Iron saute pan when hot put in enough slices to Coyer the Bottom. Brown quickly on one Side then turn and Brown the other. Lift carefully without breaking. If these Are properly dipped and salted they will be whole Crisp and dry. Serve without delay or they will influence or food on declare bad food to be at the Bottom of any amount of peevish Ness hot temper family dispute weak will Power vitiated tastes bad morals and general viciousness. How often a How often has a badly cooked breakfast caused ill temper and hard unloving words and clouded Over the Blue sky of a Day which god meant should be full of Sunshine and the singing of Birds Many a child has smarted under punishment which would never have been administered if there had not been hot cakes with syrup for breakfast. The Mother called it naughtiness. It was indigestion we have a Friend who declares she can always Tell when her children have been indulged in these disturber of the digestive peace for their morning repast and it is for these Little ones under our care and for whom we stand As sponsors in regard to the subject under consideration that i make this Appeal. They Are to carry the world on their shoulders by and by. Let us do what we can to make these shoulders Strong to Bear the Burden the head Clear to Puzzle out the problems life will bring for their solving. How much of this work depends upon the Mother herself each must determine and make answer to her own conscience Only remembering that there must be an ugly Warp somewhere in the nature which does not admit that there is no More dignified theme or worthier work than the building of these Young bodies into Strong pure temples fit for grand guests of thought and purpose and i contend that no theme however fascinating no love of science Poesy or Art should stand Between the Mother and the training of her child physically not less than mentally. I would rather paint roses in my child s face if it be in my skill than to decorate a Fiah Platter to be strewn with the vertebrate of a Salmon or upon a soup plate to be bathed in Bouillon or Gravy and Why should skill in cookery or Good Kitchen management be regarded disdainfully or As not Worth ones Best pains i Tell you earnestly the Day must come when this will not be so when to prepare a Good dinner yes and serve it too if it need be with deft band Graceful movement and womanly taste shall be no More of a condescension than to write a poem or paint a picture. There Are Many who say with an air of in difference that they have no a a Talent for these things. Why not cultivate a Talent in this direction As Well As in executive Abil maintained. In the course of a few Days a Pellicle forms on the surface of the water in each Pitcher Carbonate of Lime and that must never be broken till the moment for withdrawing the a Rural world. Up bunk g a i vines a in the Pittsburg National Stockman of a recent Date there is an article from the pen of Hon. Cassius m. Clay in favor of allowing the grape Vine to grow without any pruning As a preventive of rot and according to his statements it has worked Well with him. The Bummer pruning so much in Vogue around Cincinnati and elsewhere at one time has been abandoned and it is possible that the fall or Spring pruning May yet be Given up but the omission of this pruning in various parts of Ohio has not brought any immunity from rot so far As observed. That there May be an excels of pruning in some cases is quite probable but that Thil has any influence in producing the rotting of the fruit seems doubt Fol. Rot probably depends on some inherent defect in certain varieties these Are to be avoided in planting selecting such kinds As have enough constitutional vigor to throw off disease. Choosing a Hobs a Here Are some of the rules Laid Down for the Purchase of cavalry horses for the English army a a reject a horse whose forelegs Are not straight. They will not stand Wear. Stand behind the horse As he walks away from you and you will be Able to notice these defects if they exist reject a horse that is Light below the knee especially if immediately below the knee the conformation is essentially weak. Or a horse with Long or Short or upright patterns Long patterns Are subject to sprains Short or upright patterns make a horse unpleasant to ride and on account of extra concussions Are Apt to cause Ossi fic deposits. Or a horse with toes turned in or out. The twist generally occurs at the fetlock. Toes turned out Are More objectionable than toes turned in. When toes turn out the fetlock Are generally turned in and animals so formed Are very Apt to Cut or Brush. Both however Are weak formations. Reject a horse whose Hind legs Are too far behind Good pro Pell ing Power will be wanting and disease As a result May be expected in the Hocks. And a horse which goes either very wide or very close behind. And one with very straight or very Bent Hocks. The former cause undue concussion the latter Are Apt to give Way. Reject a horse that is a split up a that is shows much Daylight Between his thighs propelling Power comes from behind and must be deficient in horses without due muscular development Between the thighs. Reject a horse with Flat or Over Large feet or with very Small feet medium size Are the bust. Also a horse with one foot smaller than eggs and Chirkina. Of Lull dd11qc Cut cab by j. R. Murray. Tho nil Ial Raniol. But sunday school Book that has appeared in years. New music and Nero Worde. Glorious cause. A f a a a a a line collection of new tem Lmadara of Tho Temperance cause by g. F. Root. A singing class and Kmit Hopkit Book Cono irn. Periodical department. Bern latins. All orders payable in Advance. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity. A strength and wholesomeness. More economical than uie Ordinary kinds and can not be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders. Sold Only in cant. Royal baking to Webb co., 106 Wall st. New York. 48-48�?48 what Scott a emulsion has done Over 26 pounds gain in ten Weeka experience of a prominent citizen. The California society rom the of Vick. Ban Francisco july 7th, 1886. I took a severe cold upon my Chest and lungs and did not give it proper attention it developed into bronchitis and in the fall of the same year i was threatened with consumption. Physicians ordered me to a More congenial climate and 1 came to san Franeisco. Soon after my arrival i commenced taking be Otto a emulsion of cod liver Oil with hypo phosphates regularly three times a Day. In ten weeks my avoirdupois went from 155 to 180 pounds and Over the cough meantime ceased c. R. Bennett. Sold by All"pruoc18t8� the Perkins Windmill a francs music and ores it. Empire of s0n6.3b& convention Book. Has to Superior. Royal piano Folio. Music by the Best foreign composers. Titbits of musical history. Cd a us Short sketches of celebrated musicians their works and other items of musical interest. Clinef mall Ltd by Clara l. Burnham and i Viii will in. G. F. Root. A new and charming Little operetta for Young folks. Not difficult of preparation. Any of the above sent by mail on reel it of the specified Price. The John Church co., Cid Cimatu and 19 East 16th st. New York City. Or Mew s. A. Music Book Happy greetings is mow Beady. This Book is purely a sunday school Book and is amply supplied with music for the year round. Something Good for every occasion and enough of it to last for several years. Price 39 cents Ezeh $30 per Hundred. One specimen copy in paper cover mailed on receipt of 25 cents. No free copies address Ama Hull publisher Iso Nassau a tree Mew York. For Sals by Cranston k Stowe Cincinnati 0. Sparkling and Bright the 6lad refrain. Hymns of Praise. A by lbs. Lowry and Donar. Sterling hymns set to attractive music for sunday schools. $35 per 100 copies 30 cents each by mull. A by Gbo. A. Bell and h. P. Main. A Superb compilation of popular sunday school songs. $30 per Loo 35 rents Taeb of fall complied by f. M. Ploc but d. D. 341 hymns and tunes chosen for use where Only one Book is desired for devotional meetings and the sunday school. Firmly bound in cloth $40 per Loo Coplea. 7l�3r a full catalogue sent on request. Bi6l0w amp main. 76e7 ninth st., new York. B1 Randolph st., Chicago. Select songs. Very important. Blma8m observe almost error and �11 trouble in Corree Pon Dence will be a voided if Yon will not upon the following ngg Petioni 1��?let some one person be it the pastor superintendent or Secretary of the school order �11 supplies and make All remittance for the same. This will prevent conf sic n of accounts and duplication of orders. A a in sending Money always state if it 1b for order already in or for goods walled in addition. not write simply a duplicate last order a but give items As wanted now. A never order other goods on the Page or half Sheet with sunday school periodicals. 5�?if possible Send in your order ten Days before the supplies Are needed. It May save delay for printing. We Deal with thousands of schools and can not always estimate the demand beforehand. Ar-fiw�8crtpiio�j May commence Wuh any Issue hut must a aspire with the quarters ending with March june september or december. 7m�?the rates on the list below Are a trietly Cash. No periodical will be sent beyond the time ordered. A a a a specimen Orplee sent free upon application. Sunday school advocate. For Moad and fourth Mun Maya Mph month for Tho children. My Nalo copy 35 Cento m Yew. To club of a inor Hon Ono a men is Cento per y pm. The freshest finest and Best paper Fox children. The a it has been in constant use for Nineteen years with a record equalled by none. Warranted not to blow Down unless the Tower goes with it or against any wind that does not disable substantial farm buildings to be perfect to outlast and do better work than any other Mill made. We manufacture both pumping and geared Mills and carry a full line of wind Mill supplies. Send for catalogue circular and prices. Address Perkins Windmill amp a co. Mishawaka. Ind $10.00 per dozen. Choirs will find this now Book of anthems the sunday school classmate. For first and third in Nunya ends month Vuk scholars Koi in to 18 tk1iiiv am my no la copy 5 a Ente m pour. To Cabaot a Ivor More one a Dreus is Cento per Yew. This beautifully illustrated paper contains the beet Reading for Young people. Picture lesson paper. Monthly for infant cla88b8. S5 cents a year. To clubs of six or Moro one address m Cenia Yoeh. The picture lesson paper is printed on o c a i i a i i tinted paper with Beautiful engravings. Sweeney amp Kirkpatrick questions and stories for the Little people billed with the choicest i Noat attractive Little children a papa1 published. A by filled with the choicest gems and invaluable in any Church. Pries $10 per dozen Sample copy postpaid f i. Specimen pages free. Sunday school journal. Monthly for total sort Sod Yeeg people. My Nale copy so Cento n Yew. To club of Henry a. Sumner 81 Randolph Street Chicago ill. Comprehensive glowing and truthful descriptions of the proud Tlona won Lia den and Beautte of the great 11u Var West and grape culture. Ii Ostrich farming Raisin curing Gold mining. Hop raising. Prune making. Salmon Canning. Al Alakl Pioneer life. Lumbering. Fig Ana rape culture ill Ostrich farming. Tel Rel ten curing. Gold mining. 11 1 hop raising. Prune making f 111 Gnu no sneer let Feuu in adventure scenery. Agent desiring territory for this great Book write at Onoe. Address cram Mon d Stowe. Cincinnati. Q. Pianos from 8150 to $1500 famous for Beauty sweetness durability. No agents. 8ent from factory direct to purchaser. You save the enormous expenses of agents. Guaranteed six years and sent for trial in your f own Home. Victorious for so years. Catalogue free. Warchal amp Smith,235 ill stat. A a a Good egg wiil sink in water. A boiled ity capacity for management skill in be i e88 which is done will dry quickly on the letting Good servants and what is no less Shell when taken from the Kettle. The important skill in keeping them is there i boiled eggs which adhere Sny one of the Fine arts the cultivation of hich would bring such costly remuneration order place and Good digestion in the family Are Golden coins bearing Good interest every Day a May Kiley Smith Good housekeeping. In to the Shell Are fresh Laid. The dust Heap is absolutely necessary for fowls. It cleanses the feathers and skin from vermin and impurities promotes the Cuticular or skin secretions and is materially instrumental in preserving their health. The advocates of no water for Young Chicks until six weeks old seem to be increasing. And experience proves that milk in place of water up to that age produces Best results and a great decrease in mortality. After the fowls begin to Molt they should be Given ground Bone once every Day and a meal of meat at least three times a week As the shedding of the new feathers is a severe drs. Gratigny amp Bush surgical specialists for the treatment of malignant and skin diseases Les opium Street Cincinnati o. Of Huron furnishing goods. S an Blas mix or More one Odd rom 50 Cento the Best help for teachers and older scholars. The questions from All the question books will be published regularly in the journal. _ the Berean Leaf. . For Soho Lara from to to 18 year off age. A cents a Imam. The Berean Levi will contain More matter than Ever before. The words and music of a new song and the words without music of the songs with music in the senior Leaf. Coconut Psi a 42�?17�?41 Mcshane Ball foundry sus., Send for Price and Cut Alvertie. Address h. Mcshan or co. Mention this paper. Blu airs old it the agricultural Farmers and gardeners Are invited to contribute 0 0llr agricultural column.1 fast walking Good would result to the horse breeders at Large if the 80 Calle l agricultural societies would offer premiums for the fastest walkers instead of the fastest Trotters. The Man who Breeds ?lerbree.d8 tort which aid8the Farmer i the Beau aug i wac is daily us of the horse whether that on them. If the hens be Well cared for a bu8lae8 or pleasure but the one who while mooting they will begin to Lay before Reeds the latter Breeds that which brings ter. Sell off the surplus cockerel and one Good and Many much do not Tain the late hatched pallets a lmad9 in National Stockman and Farmer. They we not Foy before Spring budding peach on wild Cherry to which i it May not be known that the hens will reference was made in these columns some thrive much better without the presence of Are ago does not seem to have been known i Cocks than with them and As Scon As the a any of the Homological writers As there i Chicks Are hatched and no More Are do meneely a company West Troy n. Y., Bells. For churches school Etc chime and peals. For Mere than half a Century noted for superiority Over All others. Buckeye Bell foundry. Bel 1 of pore Copper and tin for Char thee schools for alarm farms Etc. Full warranted. Catalogue Aat free. Vanduzen 4 Tift cat Eneli. O. Bells 8teel Alloy Church and school Bell. Send for catalogue a a. Bgllacq., Hii Utor o. 18 2fteow�?16. Is no mention of it in Downing Thomas warder Etc. Bat discoveries Are be made every year in horticulture As Well m other branches of knowledge and ,. R Barnett having tested the matter Irne Elf recommends it As Looe Rafal we sired remove All the Cocks. One advantage in so doing is that the eggs from hens not with Cocks will keep three times As Long As will those suitable for hatching which is important As the season becomes very warmer National Stockman and Farmer. Met Nett Cha Thrul nutritious always Handy. Of puddings Pisan cakes. Be commended by Best housekeeper. In Pound an ,. Half Pound packages. Auk your grocer for us trial Sample free on request Croft a Allen Philadelphia 175.00 to 1250.00 working Tefr a agents preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments May be profitably employed also. A few Vao anoles in towns and cities. B f. John8qn amp co., 100� main st., Richmond a. The Tabernacle of Israel in the desert. By Jones Strong s. T. 0., la d. Price a 3 00, there Are six magnify sent coloured lithographs each 10x42 inches in sine showing every thing plainly across an Ordinary lecture room. A glance at these graphic plates will convey a More just and life like idea of the Tabernacle with its appointments and surroundings As they actually were than any other representation extant the work la timely for the elucidation of the International sunday school lessons beginning with the third Quarter which embrace this portion of the history of Israel and it will be indispensable to the equipment of every ministers and Bible students Bra by. There is accompanying these pictures a neat volume of letter press with appropriate Wood cof a explaining and corroborating the details of the lithographs and constituting a Complete exposition of the whole subject. The senior Leaf. . For Bim classes and tha adult departs ment a cents a Imam. The senior Leaf will contain each Quarter the words and music of new songs besides the words of Church hymns and responsive headings. A the beginners Leaf. Ata Teuy for the younger Soho Lara. M cents a Imam. The beginners will find in this quarterly the same songs and hymns As in the other leaves and questions adapted to their Grade Leaf Cluster. for tha Little fono. To a Imam. Ij.1i a mvam9mm. The Leaf Cluster has been enlarged and improved and is a valuable help in teach ing the lessons to the Little ones. The study que a for superintendent primary Tes Par and advanced worker of tvs. A Imam. Is qua atom a atthe study will be disco tin led after january a 1880cranston amp Stowe Cranston amp Stowe Cincinnati. Q i it be wat Fivek sum Guati our

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