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.O' ( . I A Ghaitly 1 la ever, but In to la It nort t oj be dreaded than tn that of tba lonmUabla ; Rptr a e itialadioa which attae. the kidneys and bladder. Brlghfa disease, diatetVs. and fraiel may alike be prvvvned, if tna.-tty of the kidneys 's rectified !u ikne with r Mou.ach -, ittt ako iu sotreicn eaves of rLeuiuutbm. otitp- t.oa, uiaian, buliousm nanj.epvia, , and nervousness. llo-ti- FOR LRCSTING CHAPTERS OUR RURAL READERS. -vt, llu litrmrri Ojnrate l't The Tolc of Animals. lie ro.ir of tba lion can be heard fiulier than the oound of any other living creature. Next cornea the cry of a'l Hint I U4i4i tnitt of to the Ioultri- the hyena and then the hoot of an oaL After these the panther end the JarkuL The donkey can be heard fifty times farther than the horse, and the cat ten times farther than the doir. Strange as u may seem, the cry of the hare can be heard farther than that of either the doff or cat Manaon's Mngdo Com Salvo. to eura or atone; refudOil. it Af 'farm the Tf.p trv A of I He Moik Lafe J HE GROWING patt.trv should be pushed lo maturuv 1nliss the pullets are well matured before cold Weather. .they "'ll! not la fore la If ri jour ; i i PiUiUtMU, The present ciar of Kussia, like hia father, n a great uorst reaiiar. ' ' ! legis-lut.o- ! s s-- s, I i g i ! eon-slM- v 1 !i , -- well-beate- first-clas- j good-size- d, seml-putri- Judgment ! LORiLLARDS PLUG. th DR. WINCHELUS inch-hole- s, TEETHING SYRUP o: ly . t I I i Absolutely pure d, I re SmlEll and alfalf i t'uvriiel. The tetls were not lonsiderel rr reliable, however, for the ttason that both the cattle anil sbeep were cuuhned in pens so small that there was no room for exercise, and conaK)uentl) the appetites of the animals weie unpaired The steers were divided mto three lots. Which received v diffeient foods One lot was fed at the rate of per day. A Mmn Mrao. ' another lot was fed native hay at the He ssfe. s tnie rate, aid the third lot was A French paper tells of a man who The 4 yer-ol-d ton of a well know' given the same weight if alfalfa. ought to be set down is the meanest naval officer was the other day eullght-encThe test lasted fiom April 20 to May man uptiie time. on the death ot a friend, aa to is name is Kapi-uea31. a period of about 40 and he is the happy father of w hat constituted the real ergo, which days. At the and of that time the first lot had con- threo children. His chief claim to' Was Indestructible, 'as contrasted with sumed of timoihtr hay 1.972.23 pounds meanness lies in the fact that he has the perishable body. It was evident Biid had lost In weight 121 pounds. The lately discovered a plan to reduce his that this lesson sunk deeply Into hia I fond lof ha ! (Yen fed 2,0x8 25 of native weekly expenditure. Every morning, mind, as appeared soon after, wbeo his av bad lost 49 pounds In weight. when sitting down at table, he makes mama had occasion to spank tbs small ' Lo 3 JvaJ been fed 2 OMK75 pounds t)ie following proposal: "Those who man for some offense or other. Lookof alfalfa tnd had gained 27 pounds in vv ill go without breakfast shall have ing up through his tesrs be stammered wm be seen Ty TUB table two fie tire." right" "Mrmr - r xriainr - the out; '"Mama, yoo cant hart tny sh is; that the lot . timothy hay did poorest youngster in chorui ilaproesu gives And under my skin is ne!" Ths llttls nnd the lot nn the luterne hay heat. The them the money aud suppresses the fellow did not know what tremendgreat disparity in gain is not explained breakfast. In the afternoon when the ous truth hs had stumbled on. i bv the different amounts of food eaten. children were anxiously expecting their Tobacco i Triumph. Those retching timothy hav wasted first meal, Uapiueau calls out, "Those day e meet men who bare apparently lli pounds more than the othtrs and w ho want their dinner must gjve two- kmtEvery all interest la hia, but chew and consumed over l'tu pounds less of food, pence;" and they all pay back what smoke all the lime and wonder they any the eu me le not bright and tbe eweet but this 10o pounds of food would ac- they received in the morning for goiuff olrde eong diecordanL Tobacco tskee ewey tbe . count for lesH than twenty pounds dif- without their breakfast, and in that eounds ol life and leaves Irritated asms cenpleasures a ference in gain aud goes very little to way Kapineau save a meal day. ters in return le tbe easy war out. tlLuranteed te cure aud make yeti well q relieve the disparity In the gain of the Harpers Round Table. DrtursUU by strung, evsrywbere. different lots. Font rolling the bulletin says: REV II P. i'AUXOV, Scotland. Doll., ssr ths Homing Aatelope. ure c romplcuny Our experiment with tlie sheep was, 'Two bottle ot llatl a slurrh i On the prairie succetxful antelope Sulu by Druggists, Too. as with the cattle mentioned in the lured IK) little girl hunting It no child's play. Ths game opening of this artU le, in pens so small nearly always sees you first, and reThk Ilvlort. that appejite was reduced beyond point H here." inquired tl.d tourist, "if 1 tires In good order, but on double of matntsnance The results are simito some high knoll a long raile lar to those in the pm edmg trial With mav axk, does your majesty get your quick, from which safe distance yott sway, for taste living? good the steers the amount eaten was subIn our neck, retorted the barbaric are carefully surveyed by ths keenest stantially equal, and jet some of the monarch eyes. As you try to steal op within promptly. steers gained where others lost. With who laughed long rifle range, the band suddenly ' those the (if courtiers, sheep the amount of timothy and wild with down the sideof the knoll, seemconspicuous zeal were at once glides hay eaten was substantially equal, raised to knightly rank and adorned ingly without effort, scurries across the while the sheep did poorer ou the timwith the Cross of tlie (Shirt Waist, next flat, and presently halts on anothy hay. Unlike the nicer experiment while those who, to the number of other high point at tho end of another tlie sheep ate more of ltieirne than of four, had to be pounded on mile. the other varieties of hay and made u U.reeor The tints was when antelopehad so tiie buck to save them from choking to positive gain. Detroit Trie-- much curiosity and so little sense they enuobled. were death Both experiments eoncur, then. Tn I, could be brought up within gunshot by tine. showing that lucerne in the barn Is a waving a rag on a ramrod or wriggling more valuable food thau either timothy trltlt,! tltywlas I'RntySitrlrv a No. 10 foot in the air; but that peson- - t t I Hf- -, T i li uu.l- k or wild htty. This does not agree with CkkUli.N Mil- -. 4,. t . u. Clark (k. , .Xtv lluveii, riod has gone by, at least in Montane. our pasture experiments. He tried it repeatedly, but found the Invariably in the pasture green lucerne has been Tlie Horse Canning tar lory. was not half the fool he had pronghorn v found less valuable than the other been represented. In tbe broken bad The building being erected just Linn ton by the Western Hacking lands, where eoulees ere deep end grasses for grazing purposes. The shetp fed upon lucerne consumed company for a horse abattoir is rap- sharp ridges numerous, it Is an easy The matter to stalk antelope, and to shoot only 1.7 per cent of their live weight idly approaching completion. per day, and yet made a gain of four- foundations for the engines and boilers them also provided you are a good teen pounds. This 1.7 per cent of live are all in, and the machinery is onHhe shot, don't get the buck ague and can weight daily Is a little less than is re- ground nnd should be in place la a few judge distance reasonably wall. An-- " garded as a maintenance ration. Those days. The buCding and plant are on gust Kt. Nicholas. that were fed on timothy and wild hay nn extensive scale, and .Will probably WINTER WHEAT, SO Ills II ELS TEH ate considerably less than a recognized be ready fof Operation soon. Tbe first ACRE! sound the will of the which whistle shriek accounts for the ration, entirely Did you ever hear of that? Well there failure to grow, and rests not In the death knell of 5.000 cay use now roamkind of food, nor in any other factor ing the plains of eastern Oregon and are thousands of farmers who think but that of appetite. might better they will reach this yield with Bslxere eating good grass.-whlThe moral of this experiment ts that be turned into beef and mutton. Mr. new hardy Red Cross Wheat Uys 40 one of tbe first factors In successful Swilzler, who raised these horses, as bushels per aeret Crimson Clover at feeding Is tbe maintenance of appetite lie lias many thousands before them, 43.80 per hushel. Lots and Jots of grass for tbe consumption of sufficient food will now retire from the business, and and clover for fall seeding. Cut this out above maintenance. Experiments that has expressed hia determination of and send to John A. Salzer Seed cn.. have been from time to time reported buying a bicycle, and. If he likes it, La Crosse, Wls., for fall catalogue and In the bulletins of this station have will perhaps start a bicyels factory, sample of above wheat free. (W,N.U. shown that the amount ot food con- lie says that tbe bicycles hate driven has extended tlie ala Bj privilege of copy-riu- lit sumed, palatableness remaining the the horse to the slaughter house; but to foreign authors. run out the hoa when U almost in direct ratio same, by stock something nejscr to the amount of exercise taken. In bicycle it cannot be utilized for ran IWi Cure for Consum; tion has no the horse now la lortland equal as a cough medicine. F. M. Abbott, as both Instances with sheep It was wholly nit.ff, i(M benet bt. Buffalo, N. Y.. May 9, 1894. a question of quarters ample enough Oregonian. for sufficient exercise and pure, air to Over 8100,000 was ut in improvinq ths For Knight Templar. excite a good appetite. upper MissiKsltq I river last year. Low-rat- e via Boston to excursion SUMMARY. FITS 1 0 Fit rtoppea free Sv Hr. gttnes Orest Nickel Flats road. Tickets on sale Aug. Xr liMturer Xu 1. The experiment with cattle aptt tim uny umw Trwutiwff Lowest rates; 25ih Inclusive. XtrvvtouRcurt'ft, to fnw t 9lh n! VsBBtHU pears to show that lucerne is a more through trains; palace sleeping-car- s; toiJf.kUOw.liol A.tviifcU.iiriifc.pifc valuable food, pound for pound, for unexcelled service, including dining-car- s Be I've a good mind to i ixs you. Rhe-Ygrowth, than timothy hay or wild hay. and colored porters In charge of il letter mind what vou re smut. 2. The above reported experiment day coaches. For particulars address with steers appears to show that n J. Y. Calahan. General Agent, Special Exewrslaa to Boston. I1L The Knights Templar conclave will pound of wild hay is more valuable, Adams street, Chicago, be held In Boston from Aug. 20th to 30th pound for pound, than a pound of timKjinpat Inclusive. Tickets will be on sale via othy. lien Judge Buxton of North Caro- the Nickel Plate road from Aug. 19th 3. The above experiment with sheep to 25th Inclusive. Rates always the appears to show that a pound of lucerne lina as a young lawyer made bis first lowest; through trains; drawing-roothe the at solicitor, asj bar, a more 'valuable is much than ; bay unexcelled dlnlngears; isLcusumiary in that state, ari.cd h.m sleeping-carspound of timothy or wild hay, trips to Chautauqua Lake. NiagThe side 4. The experiment also appears to to take charge of a case fur him. addiand without ara Falls, Saratoga show that a pound of wild bay is more young lawyer did his best, and the jury tional expense. For additional Inforfound tlie defendanL who was charged mation call on or address J. T. Calavaluable for sheep than timothy bay. with some petty misdemeanor, guilty. han, General Agent, Ul Adams street. 6. It adds another proofto those secured at this station, that exercise 1 Soon after one of the jurors, coming Chicago. UL round the bar, tapped him on the M. 1 outs Pasteur has refused a German Indispensable to appetite and growth. he, "the dot oration. shoulder,, jury did not think that man guilty, The Srnffle Hoe. tiutwedid not like to discourage a This useful weed killer is described In young man," Green Bug. a recent bulletin from tbe Maine exlooking After the Trifles, periment station. It will cost not over 30 cents, and can "It is only by looking closely after be made by any blacksmith. All that tha trifles that a profit cin he made in le necessary for material Is an old d those days of dose competition, said pitchfork, a piece of the plate of the grocer to his new assistant an ordinary wood saw, and a rake stale. Yes, sir, I understand, replied the Cut tbe saw plate seven and one-ha- ll inches long, file off tbe teeth and turn boy. For example," continued his employinches of each up one and end to a right angle, this will give a er, when you pick the files out of the flat or cutting surface of six Inches. sugar, dont throw them away. Put " Spread the fork tines in the form of a them among the currants." square having the sides four and one-haInches apart and six Inches long, the ends to be flattened and have a hole Neatness and Health. punched through them. They are then Cleanliness is tbe safeguard of health. riveted onto tbe plate at such an angle who are not clean catch all manKNOWLEDGE that It shall lie on the ground when People the shank of tbe fork is raised suff- ner of unpleasant things. The history Brings comfort snd improvement and iciently to carry tbe handle to the hauds cf plagues is the history of unsanitary ot a man of ordinary height conditions. When tho cholera shows Its tends to nereonal enjoyment when The handle should be six feet long hideous claws tho authorities begin at rightly need. The many, who live bet- ter than others and enjoy life more, with and securely fastened to the fork. With once to clean up the foul neighborless expenditure, by more promptly both edges of the plate sharpened with hoods. Is frail, but its prethe worlds best products to the bevel on the npper side you have, servationMortality adapting is neatness. the needs of physical being, will sttcet i sword, as it will literally, a cut both ways, and all light weeds the value to nealih of the pure liquid will flee before it. The handle should laxative principles embraced in tha Married st last. be quite springy, as It aids In changing remedy, Svrnp of Fig. M. Merrike Thirty years ego, August tbe cutting side ot the blade. Its excellence is due to Its presenting nf lAnorte. Ind.. asked a lady of 20 in the form most acceptable and plcae-an- t to be his bride. She refused him. He to tlie taste, the refreshing snd truly Feeding Male Colta. to her, and the beneficial properties of a iwrfect laxattentions his continued The Southern Stock Farm says: system, While every owner of inulcs knows that other day he won her consent. She Is ative; effectually cleansing the dispelling colds, headaches and fevers they will repay the best of feed and now 50, and he is 9L ana permanently curing constipation. treatment. It is nevertheless a fact that and Choir of Boatrs. It has given satisfaction to millions the mule will live on coarser food.than via Boston, medical To conclave, of the the Templar with met approval the horse, deriving this trait from its tbe Knights Nickel Plate rood, embracing IhauUn-qu- a because it acts on tlie Kidmore hardy parent. Coarse hay and Lake, Niagara Jal , lbout.and la and, profession, and Bowels without weak- - -Liver the poorer corn fodder, with a little fU)iis neys, of the EL Lawrrnre, Saratoga, a and 1 them mule will it is perfectly free from and while Boosac keep of the Hudson, nnnel, working, grain ening substance--Byru- p Ha good condi tion; and lt Is eatimated ride tlircttzh the J.rrl since Hiia .by objectionable every In'lickete on ea'e Aug. 49th to of Figs i for sale by all drugthat Its necessary food need cost only clusive. Low est rates, qukk time and two thirds of what Is required for in 50q and $1 bottles, but it is manunexcelled, including palace keep- gists horse. Mule colts have especially good rervlce ufactured by the California Fig Byrup Y. J. Can ing and dining care. Address digestions, doing - well in weedy pas- ban. General Atent, Ut Adams street, Co. only, whose name is printed on every of Figs, tures or wood tots snd not requiring the C hiengo, lor further Information. y. package, also the name, Byrup will not winter grain feeding which colts mttsi well informed,jrou and being 1890 was in of line total Our C, product have In order to thrive. The mule colts substitute if offered. any accept 683 short tons may be fed the same rations that the stock cattle and calves receive, and is not enoutbto know, one must also It Par straw or coarso hay may be freely fed be at le to Impart, HAIR BALSAM fcMlililH toe hale, to them if they are allowed plenty of 'roowrt as once thought to be a sign i hturaai frovtk. exercise. As heavy mules bring far the of Freezing Falls to Favtora CFray Inclc good Hair ta Ita Toothful Olo. most monevr'bowever, cheap grain mip 4 wm B half taioa The only joys whUh livs anil growers hVand should be fed to mule colts, but choice flJtjfftv?t others. with hay at present prices is unnecessary, those vs share s they will thrive by adding the ' W. ff. Omaha for I illiard tab e, serond-han- i, coarsest roughage on their grain ration. cheap. Apply to or addresa, H. C. Asrr, YhfeB AQfwcrtop ttlrertlaomoaU 'til B. Ulh Ft., Omaha. Ke'a 8tiuoti Ut paper Blessed It the farmer who revels in Tried chicks this early in tbe season. 1 1 i v Latest U.S. Govt Report rlt ing tinkers and ducks for the tall m.nket reniemlit r it lstlie large tow Is lijut (ring the most If the Baby is Catting; Teeth. ' :i ouev and fhey should be foretd In Ssnir and osa that aid and will mad ramady, Maa tiottih asmu b as possible. Tin- - faster a aanow'a Soorvm Svavr for Cklidran TaatlUn. li.tj gti v the better the nn at. and the I rg, r they grow the more morn v they Papa Mlraed the Blessing. I)o not feed coin, the ob-- ; Little Jack prays every night for x. .It hr ng Hi an is . t ro. is growth, not fat. every member of the family. Iln. fath( Hunt food-fo- r grow mg fnw hi, but lic deceived. er had been away atone time for a an short journey, and that niffht Jack was It h ..lid lie we.l scalded or .t will cauue The consumer is thus dtframled and bur tt oitlile cbt "ted but everjbodv is a consumer. praying for him as usual. Illesspapa, Do not induce the lint to wean the ami take care of him," he was begintherefore In tilts connection the terms I e earlj. The chli ks that tern tn consumer and the public are one aud ning as usual, when suddenly he raised his head and listened. "Never mind wit'; the hen until lhe are will fiath- - t! e Fame thing. will grow fa.-tc-r and thme bot-- r about it now, Lord," ended the little : I.ut lion seeking to protect the it fellow. "1 hear him down in the ery wa than whop the In it public herd, from fraud Is nut class legisla-- 1 . hi ns a old s tin m . "s c:rlv hall." Albauy Mate. n'l n i.ill mi- - w ean ther ehh ks until tit. tire non and It is timber true, that t fraud is not class lcglsla- again! Health once Impaired ts not rSatly rrfnlned, :t;. well grown, aid for this i.i'i.nuit non rsei v o irg r 1 , uic tiss itttsl uctl tb s nuu is o yri lf-itu tiiuiijr male bitter mothers than do tiuod fur every seau-s- s nuud sties. AVhenevfr a pound of olt o Is sold at P'. e! , a fund has been n Aitions sjieak and jierMiaile, while mere He 'itf- - to Imi the growing pulhla the p ice of but r on the words without kindiv deeds are but vatu. fteo fioni lhe, as that prst in it - If is euuiMiitnl ceruoitted not only oppor-tuii'l- v pioduttr v, 'o D deprived of an t1 ' t tio-of i.u.re d';H!ts at'iOt! ; glow-leItti Is more tbnn wenderfat to e.u-.- sixlein (1C1 cents and In pe 'im' unrwite corn-(let If howys'te I'ouliry than arvthinr, i ,( sndtumfurt by leuiovuig ii.tmalib iliud, p'ei i;s place h;s an opportunity to earn eiiiwth has hi, n (lucked b- - the po 'r only three (3) or nts. but also on the Oiean te.egraplnr cables io.t about fl.lXK) u t of h,e the joung fowt v. i al-who pavs the sixteen (lfll cents er take p In bfs wo.dil tho vigorous than and gets only vhe value of three (3) h i t'd i t ven it they had not bt t ti ini llomeae, ksrs. m n turn cents het-1 e de-itl iliet l Thick, sweet ream is to dlroi t jour attention to the Therein lies the fraud. to greii't the hiadr ot joung fowls Gult (. oie-- t ol Alalmin Our motto "it you ant i c ate u i haue m lot alum or for : (JMi led with lice than melted laid, it lnvt-tiAn I'HaI ut, win not pet the evt 11 e ha e v t.l kill the hoe at d nut injure the it, ami in order to veritv our statemetit tow I, as lard is apt to do Probabiv the most ideal dairy in exwe are niukini extreme y low rate to istence is that of tlie Princess of Wales, A very critical time for grow lug poul-- t homeseekera and lu t. tors that thev mav in which not on she, but her various i n makes personal For j ari, the time they shed tl.etr downy daughters, have ylearned to make the ticular and ow rat road rates address 'lhe (our.t.g and before they ate fully The walls arc Luion Laud o , Mo! t e. A a , or Maior T. feathered At this time they should most perfect of butter. covered with tiles presented ta, the F C.arkaon, Northwestern Agent, Omaha, be well fed and kept well sheltered at Prince of Nel r Wales, who placed them here night and during damp weather. They as a surprise to the royal dairymaids. are more liable to roup at this time, Nebraska has thirty three daily j,acrs. atid exposure to cold and dampness Is They were made in Bombay, and are tf a deep peacock blue, the rose, shamThe Latest Sensation. apt to result in this fatal disease. and thistle being Intertwined, offered low rates The surprisingly by l.lme water and sweet milk will as- rock, with the motto, "Ieh dicn. the Nickel Plate road to Boston and re- sist la feathering. will 'A diet that A white marble counter running turn account Knights Templar conIn feathering is prepared around the room holds silver clave and a choice of forty routea. greatly assist pans of as sweet To a of follows: Incluboiling pint milk from the Aldemeys grazing withTickets on sale Aug 19th to 25th n boil two milk add let stricteggs, sive; longest return limit; service out. Above this on broad bracket shelves s, bleeping car space re- until the consistency of Jelly, add a of marble is a collection. In every ly to served in advance. For further Infordash of red pepper. When given of cows, bullocks, mation address J T. Calahan. General the fowls place in a cool place in the imaginable material, and calves; Italian and Parian marble; Agent. Ill Adams street, Chicago. shade to prevent its becoming sour. alabaster, porcelain, terra cotta, and silGrit of some kind is as essential for ver all gifts. A long milk can, paintjoung poultry as for adults. It Is one ed by the Princess Louise to match the of the requirements of nature. Place Indian tiling, stands in one corner, and grit where they can get at it and see opposite is the head of the Princess' how eagerly they devour It, and you pet Alderney, with a silver plate rewill be convinced that it is a necessary cording her virtues. Here the Prinpart of their bill of fare. The lack of cess sometimes churns In a sliver gut will cause indigestion and" bowel churn, and In the next room the butter trouble. A constant supply of it within for the family Is made and sent up reach all the time will cause them to fresh every morning when they are In consume more food nnd thereby make London. The days supply Is made up a more rapid growth and reach maturinto little pats and scrolls ail ready for the table, and the Prinro requires a ity earlier. It Is important for growing fowls special order of pats. Not a grain of to have shade, where they can retreat salt is allowed In them, and they are Fair Sailing through life for the person out of the hot sun. The extreme beat made the size of a half dollar and the who keeps in health. With a torpid liver of the sun is debilitating to growing thickness of three, with either the and the impure blood that follows it, yon fowls and will retard growth. Duckcrown, the coat of arms or the three are an easy prey to all sorts of ailments. of feathers stamped on each. Ex. to heat sensitive are the very lings That "used-up- " feeling is the first warning the sun. Farm, Stock and Home. that your liver isnt doing its work. How to Keep Clirese. That is the time to take Dr. Pierces GoldCare of Dnrkiinff. en Medical Discovery. As an appetizing, Cheese must not be kept in a warn, restorative tone, to repel disease and build Thesp little animated, orange feath- and dry place. The best place Is a ceup the needed flesh and strength, theres ered downed. we should snyoblects llar such as would be called dry, which nothing to equal it. Jt rouses every organ have will anyhow have some moisture in It, very little need of a mother, exinto healthful action, purifies aud' enriches som to the is necessary the blood, braces up the whole system, and cept to brood them at night, and except and they are hatched quite early, when the proper keeping of cheese. Darkregimes health and vigor. d hen can ness Is preferable weather is cool. A to light, and care for a large flock of them as many a not low but temperature. as fifteen or twenty, perhaps. When lower than 55 degrees. Is desirable. The first hatched. It is better to confine cheese will become moldy on the outthem in a low, movable' pen made of side; the mold Is permitted until the boards, say six Inches wide, and any surface Is covered, when It Is scraped The pen may be off and the cheese is washed with water length convenient. made either square or in the shape of at 80 degrees and all the mold Is rea triangle. In either case it is a wise moved. It la then wiped dry and plan to nail thin hoards across the corgreased with sweet oil, or butter, to fill the pores in the crust. It ners, thus affording the ducklings a shelter and refuge from sudden storms is thus left for a few weeks and this Is If the coop be placed repeated. In this way the cheese slowand the sun. where some tree will throw Us shadow ly changes its character, improving all across It so much the better. This is the time In flavor and texture It beespecially necessary after the latter comes fatty by the change of some of part of May. Water, in shallow ves- the caseine into a kind of fatty matter, sels, should be plentifully supplied, and and a peculiar mild aroma Is produced in order that one may be perfectly sure quite different from the' intolerable d that the birds will be all right In the smell of the coarse kinds of morning, an empty barrel should be cheese known as Llmburger, or some of placed on its side within the pen, with the overcured German cheese. The cura nicety-fitte- d and ventilated cover for ing described is that practiced with the a door, and the ducklings closed within Brie and the Roqueford cheese, as well this temporary yet quite serviceable as that finest of all kinds, the English Stilton. As a rule we do not give requistructure, otherwise one may be missIt is better to site attention to curing our cheese. ing In the morning. keep them within this enclosure unarl hence its want of high quality. The til they are large enough to get out, by curing of chpese is a slow process that which time they will take care of them- requires skillful control, or it become selves. The enclosure can be shifted decomposition. about, so that the ground need not become befouled. The secretary of agriculture has IsFrom every tobacco chewer is wanted Ducklings are not very particular In sued a bulletin relating to the extenthe matter of food, as they will relish sion of the trade in American agricula? to the merits of nnd thrive upon the coarsest fare, provided only that it Is always given fre&h ture and other products In the worlds The following is a for- markets, Germany being the country and sweet. Consular treated of In this bulletin. mula for a model food for young ducklings: Ground white oats, sifted, three reports from German commercial cenparts; sharps, four parts; bran, one ters are appended to show the feasibilpart; ground oil meal, one part When ity of extending the market for American products In their respective fields using it, first mix the different Ingredients in a dry state, then take only of observation. During the six years a sufficient quantity of the mixture for December 31, 1893, the foreign ending one feeding, and after salting it slightcommerce of Germany lncreased'8.7 per ly, scald thoroughly with boiling water, end when cool enough, feed. It should cent, as compared with ah increase of of 1 per cent In that of All good judges of chewing toMoco not be wet enough to be sloppy, but one-tena decrease of 3.6 per have thus far been unanimous in proGreat Britain, sufficient to soften and swell the only cent in that of France during the same broken grains. Mark Lane Express. nouncing it the best in quality, the in flavor, the best in period..-an. most deli cion an increase of 3.3 In th at every way. Its Loriliard'g. Liming Eggs. In liming eggs the of the United States for the six years Ask the dealer for it. most tedious and ticklish part of the ending June 30u 1891, work la puting the eggs In the pickle. This may be greatly simplified by using A Lockjaw Remedy. A writer In a tin basin punched full of Horse Review gives his exClarks ar d large enough to hold aix docen egga. in lockjaw. In which perience The edges of the basin should he cov. he says; "If curing a nail is picked cp, get ered with leather, and it should have a it out, of course, as soon as possible, incident to handfe about-thre- e feet long. Fill the then It the best medicine fortheall diseasesassists dentt-ttoget a half pail of hot water as bowels; children. It regulates both with basin under eggs, the put hot as the horse can possibly stand it cure diarrhea and dysentery In the worst forms ;cures canker tore throat : lea certain pre- pickle and turn the eggs out gently? pour In plenty of vinegar and also ventive of dinhilieria ; quiets and sootliee all pain they will all go to the bottom without This Is all,-onIt plenty of salt. Id vt rates lite stotpacu and bowels; corrects all ba3la-wi- ll be This found muBt be so hot that at first when jou acidity: will cure griping In tlie bowels and wind breaking. In useful the dipping eggs out put the horse's foot into It he will pull colic Do not fatigue Voursclf and child with equally s nighs when It Is within your reach to when It Is desired to remove them from the foot out of the water; put in again cure your ch'i-- l and saveynor own strength. N. Y. Vorld, he pickle. and keep on doing fo until you can hold Dr.Jaqueg German Worm Cakc Hold It In half the foot In destroy worm k remove them from th svstem Look qut for vermin now. there is an hour or steadily.and repeat Jt again longer Frrpared by Imwert rsFfktoy Cj , Chicago, Uk eo'ihicg that retards the prosperity of after two hours. Do thTs four times , BOLD BY ALL PHUGdUTB. a flock of fowls like these pests, and the first day. In nine cases out of this la the season "they multlp'v. ten It will save the horse. Iwr Highest of all in Leavening Tower. tim-olli.- nine-lj-fiv- lug aie fair- llmulht. Mil.! liny, or The Ltah xperiment station some linn ago Konio experiments in iU-e- r and slits p feeding to ascertain the rel.it! e a!ueof timoihv hay, wild hay nal' - r- WtrranieU lflf? Ilutter. OlcomrMrlnfl These arc some figures given out by the Produce Exchange. ChicagoIn 1884, li the Fulted Sta'es. there were n'diiuf.icturevl 70,t0".0i0 pounds of ob hmureui iue, eoual to the product of fiM.tK'O towK. of which. In Illinois, thtre were made about Gd.OOO.OOO pounds, equal to the product of 470 OoO cov.s. the agriculDuring the above period, tural producer forthe raw material en-- i Into a pound of butter received hikteen (ltd cents while under the same conditions, for the raw material entering into a pound of oleomargarine he received three (3) cents. This difference n presents a loss of thirteen (131 cents on every pound of o.eo sold anil con- -' Mimed in, butter- - over $s,lHKi,0.)0 In the I'mied States and 7,5tMHK In Illinois. It is a conservative estimate that (95) IT cent eighty (80) to of the oleo consumt d is consumed as and fer butter at the price of but- tor Kvr-rpound of oloo thus consumed tal es the plate of and dustrojs tile sale a ponmt or unur, It is further true that it Is the yellow color or the shade of jtilow color artificial, y givtn to oleo that enables it to he sold and (ontumed as butter at the price of butter In other words it is the means whereby the fraud is committed and the pub- DAIRY AND POULTRY. 1 ir o-- t-- I ch uu lu-tl- m two-tine- one-quart- er - lf two-edg- ed . Fat-Bo- ..day-llfih- f. Kirs iiFRfl It I.. t93.