Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, November 15, 1883, Image 4
FOR TIIE FARM AND HOME. I>etroylnK the fabbnge Worm. Dr. Sturtevant, director of the agri cultural experiment station at Geneva, JS T . Y., says of his efforts to destroy the cabbage worm: "We have warred against them with tobacco water, saltpetre, alcohol, bo racic acid, bisulphide of carbon, etc., in various combinations, but we finally settled upon an emulsion of kerosene oil and soapsuds as the remedy tliaQ all things considered, was the most satisfactory. It appears that one ounce of common yellow, hard soap, one pint of kerosene oil, and one and one-half gallons of water, well mixed and stirred, and applied by means of a rose from a watering pot destroys all worms that become thoroughly wet with the mixture, and does not injure the plant. Care must, however, be taken to keep the ingredients thor oughly mixed in the pot, for if tho oil is permitted to rise to the surface, so that it will pass out upon a few plants it will prove fatal to the few, while the remainder xvill not receive enough of the oil to destroy the worms." Texture of Sofia. Soils differ not only in chemical properties, but in physical character istics. In respect to texture soils range all the way from coarse pebbles to the finest and most tenacious of clay. Speaking in a general way, soils best adapted for agriculture are those which consist of mixtures of sand with a moderate quantity of clay and a little vegetable matter. When sand or other coarse material the soil, as all farmers know, is easy till and will grow a great variety of crops, but it is deficient in absorbent and retentive powers. On the other hand, when clay is in excess the soil becomes too heavy to to till and will grow fewer crops; it is retentive of water, is cold and does not facilitate the chemical changes in the soil and the manure placed in it necessary to prepare proper food for plants. Clay lands are tho most difficult to work; sandy soils the most easy. Less work can be done in a day with the same power on clay and heavy soils than on light, sandy ones, and this consideration ought to be borne in mind when stox-king a farm with work ing animals and when making esti mates in the cost of growing crops.— New York World. Churning. Sweet cream just removed from the milk does not churn as readily as older cream that has been "ripened," if any one knows exactly what that term sig nifies, says the New England Farmer Cream that is too warm sometimes gives trouble, but if it is much too cold it is very sure to. Yery thin cream is longer in coming than cream that is moderately firm, but a very fre quent cause of delay in bringing but ter is from filling the churn too nearly full of cream. Something depends too, upon the character of the churn. A churn that agitates the cream with great violence, as when the floats are small, and are revolved at a high rate of speed, is likely to tear the cream to pieces and beet it into a froth, like eggs under a beater. The churn, how ever, is usually less at fault than the cream or the operator. If cream is churned very slowly there may be so little friction that it will never come. By slow turning the temperature may change so much during the operation as to prevent success. If a plain box or barrel churn is filled very full, and the cream swells, the revolutions may go on without agitating the cream at all, and if the churn has a Crank and floats the cream may he revolved in a solid body without friction, except upon very small portions of the cream As a rule, a churn should be not much more than half full of cream at any time, though much depends upon the character of the cream. If it has been raised from scalded milk it will churn under almost any condition. It is in cool weather in spring and fall that trouble is most frequent, but very hot weather, unless ice is used, is almost as bad. Those who change from the old-fashioned open pans to some one of the new deep-setting sys tems, are pretty sure to have more or less trouble in churning, chiefly be cause in deep-setting the bulk of the cream is increased, and the churn is consequently much fuller when used. This alone is often a sullicient expla nation of the cause of the cause of the difficulty when cream refuses to be changed into butter. Household Hints. A little soap applied to the hinges will prevent a door from creaking. Dried orange peel is said to be bet ter than kerosene for kindling fires. Kid shoes can be kept soft and free from cracks by rubbing them once a week with pure glycerine. To remove egg stains from silver spoons take a little common salt be tween tho thumb and finger and rub the stain briskly. Then wash in hot suds. Artistic lamp shades can be made of pink tissue paper, cut in eight points and scalloped. To prinkle the shade double it up lengthwise and pass> tightly pressed, through the hand. After boiling a ham remove the skin, sprinkle the top with sugar and put in a hot oven to brown. This is the method followed by the best cooks and gives the ham a delicious flavor. SIX-LEGGED POLICEMEN. Tllf AlTfUt Of K Pl llllltril llilim Atioul Animal I'rlaotin KIKI l*rt loneri. "Just cast your eye over this," said a naturalist "There is evidence that among the animals there is a police department or an ambulance corps, one or the other." The reporter closed one eye. holding it shut with one hand, and with the other gazed through a powerful mag nifier. Ho saw three ants, and one was apparently in a very maudlin con dition. It raised its legs in the air, waved its head to and fro like an ele phant, and evinced a decided desire to walk backward. In the mean time the other two ants were vainly en deavoring to coax it along, at first caressing it with their artenna\ and finally, as if out of patience, seizing it and marching it oft out of the range of vision. "That," said the naturalist, "is a case of 'drunk and disorderly; $lO or ten days.' I fed the ant on sweetened rum, so that it was actually drunk; then 1 admitted two sober ants to see if they would tako care of it, and you see they have done so. "The idea of intoxicating ants is original with iyir John Lubbock, lie found that ants nearly always arrested other ants that ho had made drunk. In fact, if you asked me what was the most intelligent animal next to man I should say the ant. No, not because he will get drunk, but for a thousand reasons." "Do you suppose ants imprison their kind for offences?" asked the reporter. "There is no doubt of It," was tho reply, "as they imprison vast numbers of insects for various reasons. In fact, the lower animals have their prisons and prisoners as well as we do. Of course they are a little different, bit we must allow for a difference in tastes. Everybody knows how ants make prisoners of various species of aphides, and slaves of their own kind. One of the most remarkable cases of imprisonment is that of the bird horn bill. so called from the wonderful de velopment of its bill, which is only used in crushing fruit. The breeding season is probably not looked forward to with any great degree of pleasure by the birds, as it is a period of close imprisonment for the mother and of great labor for the father bird. As the time approaches the female search es for a hollow tree, and, having form ed a rude nest, takes her place within. The male now flies away and returns with its bill full of mud, which it plasters about the opening of the nest. Load alter load is thus brought and laid on until the crevice is completely plastered up, with the exception of a single orilice large enough to admit the bill of the prisoner. Tho mud soon hardens, and the bird is firmly en closed, and so remains until the young are hatched and well grown. The male bird is not a hard jailer, however, but works to obtain food for its mate, so that she conies out of prison in much better condition than her unfor tunate jailer. "Trees are not the only prisons," continued the speaker. "In marine life there is no end of prisons and prisoners. For example, here is the beautiful sponge called Yenus's flower basket which grows in eastern seas. They are unsightly objects when lirst taken up, the rich sheeny silvery framework that we see being merely the skeleton of the sponge, so to speak. So much like basket work is this skel eton that when they were lirst brought to Europe they were supposed to bo the work of men, and so brought fabu lous prices. In this one that 1 have you see there are two prisoner crabs, but how did they get in? Each is as large as the end of your little linger, and the largest hole in the skeleton is not larger than a pinhead." "The reporter gave it up. "The truth is," said the naturalist, "that the crabs are prisoners for life, and have served out a life sentence. In their younger days these crabs are called by different names, and in one stage—the zoea—they aro extremely small, and live a roaming sort of life. During this time our crabs must have crawled through the minute window of tho living sponge, and were unable to got out. The sponge grew, and so did the crabs. Finally the sponge was fished up, and the animal matter was washed away, leaving the bright, silvery prison with the two great prisoners crawling about—as great a puzzle as the egg in the bottle."— New York Sun. Queen Victoria's Proposal. Mrs. Oliphant writes in the Century: "There was a story current at the time, that at a state ball, very near the period of their betrothal, the young lady gave her princely suitor a rose, which he, without a button-hole in his close-fitting uniform, slit the breast of his coat to find a place for, and that this was a token to all the court of the final determination of the great event —her Majesty, as it is pleasant to hear, having shown herself a little coy and disposed to put off the explanation, as happy girls are wont to do. No more perfect marriage has ever been record ed; the Queen herself attributes the formation of her character to it, and all that is most excellent iD her life." LATEST NEWS. LONDON, NOV. 11 The anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther was celebrated at Eisleben, Germany, his birthplace, by the unveiling with imposing ceremonies of a statue of the reformer. Exercises were also held in other German cities and throughout Europe. It is both affirmed and denied in Paris that tho United States had offered to mediate be tween France and China. A republican demonstration was bold in Madrid yesterday in memory of tho first I resident of the Spanish Hopublie. It is said that the London police think that ihey have traced to New York conspirators the authors of the recent London explosion. I lie lire in the cotton on t lie steamer Spear man, at Key West, Flu., destroyed or damaged I,lt 0 bales. The greater part of the business portion of Itluffton, Texas, was burned Saturday. Tho fire was of incendiary origin. Mr. Asa Biggs and his wife, a young couple formerly of Norfolk, have been burned to death at their home in Southampton county, near Franklin, by the explosion of a kerosene lamp. The birth day of Martin Luther has been universally celebrated throughout the United States. The celebration has been marked with divine worship, as well as social cere* monies. The projected visit of the Crown Prince Frederick William of Germany to Spain ex cites much interest. Emperor William, it is leported, has written to King Alfonso tq say that ill-health nlone prevents a visit from him in person. Tho London doctors are threatening to commence a campaign against all canned goods, as several cases of sickness have re cently been reported as having been caused by eating food which had been put up in cans. Mayor Edson, of New York, has signed the resolution adopting from November 18 the new time standard based upon the time of the 7fth meridian, and directing that the public clocks shall agree therewith. The South, including Baltimore will, d >ubt less adopt the new standard time, which ges into effect November 18, in all the Eastern cities, and by all the railroads. The time is about six minutes faster than tho present regulation. In Now York detectives arrested Win. E. Brocknwav, Natnauiel 11. Foster aiul Lewis Martin on the charge of being engaged in counterfeiting. Complete counterfeiting apparatus with some completed work were found in their rooms. The tannery of James ('alley it Co., in Allegheny City, l'a., mid a row of brick dwelliug-houaee belonging to the same firm have been burned; loss SI'JS,(XO. insurance £7"<,000. Eire also broke out in the East Liberty stockyards, Pittsburgh, and did Sob.lHO damage. Tho steamboat Tallahasse. of the Oean Steamship Company of Savannah, Ga., sailed from that port on Friday with Ik'-MO bales of cotton and a quantity of turpentine and rosin on board- She had a crew of -17 men and Id pass-tigers. When off the High lauds yesterday evening she was discovered to be on fire. Capt. Fisher ordered the en gineer to run her at full speed The burning steamer arrived at pier dfi Noith river, Now York, at 10 o'clock last night. GEN Kit Ai. \ EM >. LONDON, NOV There has been another anti-Jewish outbreak in Hungary. The troops charged the mob, and a number of persons were wounded. Several arrests were made. Sixty-seven lives wero lost by the late col liery explosion in England. Tho four-hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther was'celebrated in Berlin yesterday. The Lord Mayor's show in honor of the inauguration of Alderman Fowler, M. P., as mayor, took place in lxjndon. The further prorogation of the British Par liament until the lfith of December was offi cially announced last evening. The Italian Cabinet have decided to ac cept the resignation of Admiral Acton, Min ister of Marine. The resignation of Signor Savelli, Minister of Justice and Ecclesiasti cal Affairs, is expected. Tho North German Gazette (Berlin) says that so far from tho Crown Prince Frederick William's proposed visit to Spain being aimed against France, it will bo made in the interests of peace, as was King Alfonso's visit to Hamburg. A case of yellow fever is reported at New < )rhans. Hon. Richard H. Alvey lias been commis sioned by Gov. Hamilton chief judge of tin- Court of Appeals of Maryland. A charter has been issued nt Harrisburg (Pa.) to the Delaware Water Gap and South western Railroad Company, which will ex tend from a point in Londonderry township, Bedford county, to a point in Smithfield township, Monroe county. A largely attended mooting of merchants, manufacturers and others at Nashville. Tenn., determined upon organizing a per inanent association for holding expositions iu the fall and music festivals in the spring. The work will be begun at once, and a (.0J brick building will bo erected. The report telegraphed from Pittsburg that tho brother of Blanche Gray, the dead fat girl, was on his way to New York to have revenge on Mr. Moses, her widower, for hav ing, as alleged, sold the corpse, has aroused the ire of Mr. Moses. Ho says he lias not sold her body, except in photographic form. Joseph McGinnes, a pupil of a public school in Iloboken, N. J., was so unruly that the principal summoned tho janitor to eject him. When tho janitor arrived the boy warned him on pain of death not to touch him. Halloran collared the lad, who pro duced a revolver and aimed it at the janitor. Ho was disarmed and locked up. The comments of Eastern journals on tho Utah question are received with pleasure by the Gentiles in Utah, who think that tho public appreciate the relatio.n between the Mormons and tho government. Each day prominent members leave for tho East. An influential lobby will be present in Washing ton to endeavor to defeat any legislation looking to the overthrow of the power of the LONDON, NOV. B—A bill for a supplemen tary grant of ll,f00,C00 francs to cover the expense s of operations in Tonquin was pre sented by tho minister of marine in the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday. Unusual activity is reported in the Russian army. Lord Lome is suggested for the viceroy of Ireland. The Imperial Mario Institute, Warsaw, has been burned. Croxvn Prince Frederick William wil' shortly visit King Alfonso. QTlie West India Association had an inter view with Lord Derby yesterday. Twenty-three persons have been arrested in Russia for forgery of bank notes. The President has nmended (he eighth civil service rule so as to prohibit (he np pointing power in every case to which the rules extend from making any discrimina (ions in selections for appointments on ac count of any political or religious opinion or alTlliation. Violation of tliis rule constitutes eauso for removal. The Chicago police have arrested 12 mem Iters of a gang of shoplifters, 'l'hey include the leader, a woman known to the police as "Mother" Weir, and her two sons and two daughters. It is estimated that tho pecula lions of the Itaud have amounted to from SIO,OOO to Hi:.,OK) within the past few months. At Itockport, Ohio, a Hiltimoro and Ohio passenger train ran into a freight train of jhe Pan Handle Hotel, causing a terrible wreck. Lugiuoer Matthews and fireman John Kennedy, of the 11. A O. train, were killed, and David Wilson, baggageman, was severely injured. Davis, tho engineer, and Prank Powell, fireman, of the Pan-Handle train, were probably fatally injured. The roof, inside walls and columns of tho now south wing of tho Capitol at Madison, Wis., fell, killing barney Higgins and Win. Edgar, fatally injuring William Jouen, Jas. Do well, Michael Zewark and William Rose, and badly injuring James Kelly, Miles Max well, Ed. Barnes, Arthur Lynch, Mike Bchwank and others. Tho cause of tho acci dent was tho sinking of the iron pillars sup porting the roof of the second-story balcony. The Cincinnati cigarninkers threaten to strike on account of a demand by the manu facturers that the workmen shall pay for the gas used morning and ever ing. ltigid quarantine of the naval reservation at Pensacola, Fin., has been discontinued, but pickets are still maintained to prevent the introduction of bedding and other articles into Pensacola and the surrounding country. At the farm houso of 11. Clay Mctiee, near Kansas City, tho children of McGuo on re turning from school found the lifeless bodies of their father, mother and older sister. McGee had evidently shot his wifo ami daughter and then tnken poison. McLane's majority in Maryland for Gov ernor is estimated to be 12,000. Ex-United States Senator Theo. F. Ran dolph, of Now Jersey, diedßuddeuly of heart disease at Norristown. A jury in Washington h*s given Hallet Kilbourn a verdict for st'.o.ooo damages in his suit for $: 150,0 JO against ex-sergeaut-at ;,rtns Thompson. In New York yesterday Judge brown, iu the United States District Court held, in a decision, that a minor may be enlisted with out the consent of parents into tho marine service of the United States. Due death occurred among tho victims of the tornado at Springfield, Mo. Several others are in a very critical condition, and -oino of them will die. About S2,.'OJ has been raised for tho relief of the injured and destitute. The work of rebuilding is going on. A motion made by M. Joubort in tho French Chamber of Deputies, impeaching tlio ministry, has been rejected by the com mittee to which the motion was referred. At a meeting of tho Irish National League m Dublin yesterday, Michael Duvilt de nounced the proposed system of expatriation and urged tho league to organize vigilance committees to frustrate it and to semi dole gates to the United States and Canada if necessary. A motion to that effect was adapted. LONDON, NOV. (.—No orders have yet been received in Paris for the withdrawal of the Chinese embassy. Tho Marquis Tseng still expresses a hope that tho French govern incut will assist in a peaceful solution of the complications. Fighting between tho troops and rebels proceeded in Crna lleka, Sorvia, yesterday. Ton lives have been lost and forty persona have been injured by a fire iu a factory in Uoubaix France. A Georgia correspondent gives the follow ing account of the reception of General Toombs into tho church: "General Robert Toombs was baptized and admitted into the Me'hodist Church roll of members by Bishop Pierce last Sunday. The discourse of the bishop was after his usual splendid style, and was heard by quite a large congregation. After the sermon, during tho ceremonies at the reception of the new member, sea reel j i dry eye could have been found in the .louse, so great was the joy felt by the people tvhen they know that our grand old citizen lad made peace with his God. Mr. Gabriel Toombs has long boon a Christian, and the sight of the pleasure of his face as he stood by his brother during the ceremonies is well worth one's memory for years to come." Peter baldy, Jr., dry goods merchant, or Danville, Pn., has failed. His liabilities are upwards of SIOO,OOO. It is said that Judge Hoadly is very averse to having any grand display on the occasion ol his inauguration, which occurs Monday, January 7. Frank Wilkes, of Zanesville, Ohio, grand son of Commodore Wilkes, of the United States navy, while herding sheep near the Pleasant Valley Station, Utah, beenmo lost and died of starvation and exposure. ■■■■" 'I . TIIE MARKET'S. UALTIMOEE. FLOUR—City Mills, extra.?! 00 0 $4 75 WHEAT—Southern Fultz... 110 0 113 CORN—Southern White.... 54 0 57 do. —Yellow *5 0 50 RYE—Good 03 0 65 OAT'S—Maryland 35 0 37 COTTON—Middling 10' 4 0 10^ do. —Good ordinary.. 9 0 9- T H VY—Md. and Pa. Timot'ylSOO © 17 00 STRAW—Wheat 700 0 800 111 ITER—Western prime. 24 0 20 do. —West Virginia... 20 0 23 CH EESE—N. Y. State cli'ce 12 0 12)£ do. —Western prime.. 7 0 8 EGGS 28 0 29 CATTLE 575 0 000 SWINE 6 0 Vi SHEEP AND LAMBS 3 0 5 T()BA(XX> LEAF— Inferior 250 © 400 Good common 200 0 300 Middling 700 0 750 Good to fine red 800 © 10 00 Fancy 10 00 © 1500 NEW YOBK. COTTON— Middling upland 10 © 10' 4 FLOUR— Southern com. to fair extra 500 0 000 WHEAT—No. l white 113 0 114 RYE—State 03 0 04 CORN —Southern Y'cHow.... 58© 00 OATS —White State 36 0 33 BUTTER—State 10 © 30 CHEESE—State 10© 11 EGGS 27 © 28 • PHILADELPHIA. FLOUR —Penna. fancy 500 © 505 Wll EAT—Pa. and Southern red 113 © 115 RYE —Pennsylvania 60 @ 65 CORN —Southern ye110w.... 55 © 58 OATS 36 @ 38 BUTTER —State 20 © 30 CHEESE—N. Y. factory © 12 EGGS-State 15 0 18 Tb( Wide, Wide World. LIMA, REPUBLIC or PERU. —Scnor A. do Lit E. Pclgado, L. L. D. and Counsellor, Tribunal of Justice, Lima, Republic of Peru, says: One single ap plication of St. Jacobs Oil, cured mo completely of rheumatic pains in my left arm. 1 recommended it to two of my friends, the Mrs. Dona J nana (Jar eia, widow,and Mr. D. Herman Decker, a Gentian gentleman. Madam Garcia was relieved entirely by the pain-cure from terrible neuralgic pains of ten months standing. Mr. Decker \v;is cured of inexplicable pains by a single application of the cure. My brother used the great remedy for a species of paralysis of the arm. Ho was entirely relieved from bis ailment by one or two applications, after having tried numberless other remedies without eiTeet. A Drudge. A lit tic girl unconsciously and touchinuly testified to the excessive drudgery of her mother's life when, on being asked, "Is your mother's hair gray?" she replied: "1 don't know; she's too tall for me to see the top of her head, and she never sits down." The host way to discipline one's heart against scandal is t believe all stories to be false which ought not to bo true. That which seouieili most casual and snb ject to fortune is yet disposed by the ordi nance of God. If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, hve frequent headache, mouth tastes bad, poor appetite, tongue coated, you are suffering from torpid liver, or "biliousness." Nothing will cure you so speedily and permanently as Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery." by all druggists. Much of the charity that begins at homo is too feeble to got out of doors. THE BILIOUS, dyspeptic or constipated, should address, with two stamps for pamphlet, Wom.n's Dis- PKNSABY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, buffalo, N. Y. If yon would never have an evil deed 1 spoken of iu connection with you, don't do one. Who has not seen the fair, fresh yonng girl transformed in a few months into the pale, haggard, dispirited woman? Tho sparkling eyes arc dimmed, and the ringing laugh heard no more. Too often the causes are disorders of the system Which Dr. I'ierce's "Favorite Prescript toll'' would remedy in a short time. Remember. Hint the "Favorite Proscription" will unfailingly euro nil "fe male weaknesses," and restore health and beauty. by all druggists. Seiul three stamps for Dr. Pierce's treatise on Diseases OI Women (*.n; pages). Address N\ OULD'S MEDICAL A a sot I VTION, buffalo, N. Y. Win re there is much pretension much has been bi rrowed: nature never pretends. Ti c nio-t comfortable boot in town is that with Lyon's Patent Metallic HeelStiffeners. It Slnntln In Reason That an oil devoid of all irritating properties, that never b 'comes rancid, should make an t xcel ent Hair Ores ing. Such is Carl. 1 no. Ma e ftom \ uio petroleum; all druggists. ** l(ttgli i Corns." Ask for Wells' Rough on Gorns.'lsc. Quick relief; complete cuie. Corns, warts, bunions. Mr. S. Roelisler, 2'6 Court St, Brooklyn, o-? "1 had buffered for years: paid over I.' 01 for doctors and medicines, without Jp to my terrible sciatica, after which nine .tiles of Dr. Elmore's lv.-G. cured uio. Vtoilirr Swan"* Worm Syrup. Infallible, tasteh ss, harmless,cathartic; for foverishness, restlessness, worms. 25 cents. FOB nrsrarsiA. INIUOESTION. depression of spir its and general debility in their various forms . also a:: a pri venti\e against fever and ague and >th<Tintermittent fevers, tho "FerroTlnmphor ited Elixir of Calisaya," made by Caswell. •Lizard A Co., New York, and sold by all Drug <ists, is the lK>st tonic ; and for patients recover ng froiu fever or other sickness it has no equal "IlueliifPabla." The Quick, complete cure, annoying Kidney, bladder, Urinary Disoases. sl. Druggists. Our llcst Enmities. T have been troubled foro\ersix years wi'h a severe kidney c un laint. also a weakness of the urinary organs, with its attendant troubles. My water needed constant atten tion. some days as nv ny as twenty times, with severe pains in the bladder, as well as in the hack and loins. At times I i nß'ed a limited quantity of urine, highly colored wiih unnatural heat and sediment; frequently evacin'ions would bo very painful. I con cluded thnt I must do something for it, fe ir iug that nio'o serious trouble would follow. I v eat to the druggist and was recommended to use Hunt's Remedy, as it had been used with wonderful sncce-s in so\ e-nl severe eases of dropsy and kidney and bladder a'Tec ions 4 ere in Bangor. 1 concluded to try it, and >cforc 1 had usel one bottle found it was helping me beyond my expectations. My water 1 more natural, less color and scdin o it, tho pains in back and that heavy fce'ing go: e with a general toning up of the system; and I continued toure it until I use 1 six l o t'os, and il has completely cured me. Others of my family have used Hunt's Remedy with equally rs good success, and we do not hesitate to recommend it far an t near, believing it n duty as well as a pleasure to recommend so goiul a medicine as Hunt's Remedy. You n'C at liberty to give my testimony to tho public. I>. T. HODUDEX. o : smglon, Mo., May 19. ISB3. I indorse tho above statement. A. M. Rot INSON, JR., Apothecary, Bangor, Mo. A Dioxxht'i Story. Mr. Isaac C. t haptnan, druggist. New burg, N. Y., writes us: " 1 have for the ten years sold several gross of Dr. Win, Hall's balsam for the Lungs. I can say of it w ha' I cannot say of any other medicine. 1 have never heard a customer speak of it but to praise its virtue iu the highest manner. I have recommended it in a great many case* of whooping cough, with the happiest efTecta. I have used it in my own family for many years: in fact, always have a bottle in the medicine closet rea ly for use." If n cough d sturbs your sleep, take Piso's Cure for Consumption and rest well. P piSuuMuuuuiiauiiuiiu' ;jl THE GREAT GERMAN H'llilliriiilHlilrli'TilNDs I REMEDY j rnn pßlftl i iiiifi!iiiiii)iiiiiiiiiini!iKi> 1 run miii. I j IMm'V'ITISM 1 rjiii ! K " LI maiism, 1 I L JElm i c . Neuralgia, " 'I Sciatica, Lumbago, i * -•""►j J njJj||||lM< N J HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, > j S ORE THROAT, quinsy, swellings, . 'IFLNIITSLILINITIQID 1 1 I SI*N.A I AN, jllllimuiiimmtiilil 1 Soreness, Cuts, Bruises, AV FROSTBITES. T, j amSmTmnvL I II 111111 l nijj|' ,l, l| Sold by nil Druggists awl mI 111111,, p*"* K:;sJ" roc "r'°" li| njillj i> |t!l|i||ii|l|i ! i The Charles A. Vogeler Co. I I |i I.iil. ,j! jliilillii |j| (EiKMiaon It i. VOUELEK tCO ) il'lk.. .....jLLa Ilnllimore, 8.1., f. S. A. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS, taj Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good, M Use in time. Wold by druggists, fed \ CENTS wanted for two new fast selling articles So in pies tree- (J. E. MARSHALL, Lock port. 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S IE FR ACTIO ALLY ILLUSTRATED —BY A— LEADING TRAINER —AND — V" ejeri nary Surgeon, CONTAINING An "index of diseases," which Rives the symptoms, cause, and the treatment of each; a table giving all the principal drugs used for the horse, with the ordinary done, effects, and antidote when a poison : A table with an engraving of tho horse's teeth at different ages, with rules for tel ling the age of the horse; a valuable collec tion of receipts, and much other VALUABLE 1N FORMATION. o Sent postimid on receipt of 25 cents. BALTIMORE NEWSPAPER UNION, No. 2H X. Ifolliday Street, Baltimore. COM it 11 Cun 111 ALL'S FOR THE A fl A S 11 LUNGS.dAIoAM Cur PS ('•nauuiption, t'olil*. Pneumonia. In tlnni/.n, Bronchial Dillleultica, Itr.iiicliitl*. lloiirseiipos. A Minna. t rniip. \Vlioiiina ( niifth, hihl nil IHm'UMII l llie Ih'iiiiiiN. ll el lljc Luna-, inlhtuicd and pol-ioucd by llin fli-PHHp. it nil |ir* vents tbe mveiils ana iialiiiie-H nrrooH the rlie-t winch accompany it. t tiiiMiiitiniinn i. mil uu incurable malady. IIALI.'S it A LSA.II mil, cure yon, eveu though iirolca-.un.il aid lulls, '■ran 'musfrrwrMHiiy iiiivnieiUHn*<■*■■ ■"p Though shaken in 5 r ii a & everr joint and fibre f eT,,r fin<l **<•. jjjfc? CEItBRATED * or bilious rerunt Ml'. , ftt r t ll e r ITT Mi J i st iFtn. STOMACH SM£S!T ~ II t irlleviTftt oneo Burns Piles. ("happed Hands or T.ips, Oorns. Bunion*. Scalds, Uralses, Soreness of feet. hands. cycj.cte. . llchlturfr miany-wro. tKr-Aikywilrug „ 'Hi-' Cf Wl ♦ 10-W V. V- .1 >■ I FRAZER AXLE GREASE. Bent It, HIP world- del the genuine- Every package liai our trudr-mnrU ami la marked Frawr's. NOLO I VI K YWIIFR F. A PRIZE FOR EVERYBODY. A CHOICE OF FORTY VALUABLE PREMIUMS, WORTH $7.50 to $125.00. To ladies or gentlemen aellinj? Our Nfw PIIMIPS tion. You can mako $1; >.(KI to 9<MMNI per Wcpk, in addition secure a PRIZE, if you soil '25, 60, 76. !('. 150. *M. 260, sk. 411*1 or MW copies. Addrnw HAND, McNALLV AfO., US to lot Monroo St-, Chicago- HARRISUi/S STANDARD GRINDING KILLS F. r STEAM, WATI:R,WIND. HORSE or HAND POWER* |PWr PosnPM-icc grent rnpnciiv m anit durability. Every Mill tii , \ vvitrritnicil ti do Jum what Rjl t prv* we clnim Tor it. Pn S- ' i ip" f Send "o. for new Illus- F TU -J'r tcd Catalogue. Ad fcj Qt%gi ;Ajr" dress C EDWARD II \K RISON >lll,l, CO., if n ' T~ New liuicii, Cunn. S.-S. cnmsiiAS HiEmiMim Suggestions for Decorations, Enter. EfUiDlbTtild tatnmcnNi nnd Gifts. RjiHtlCl irrfAS A oollecticu of snppestioas from leading "nafc" oV Sunday-school workers tn various parts of OtCsP5M.'5 lliecouutrv, containinc: nomctUimtof intcr- Mtfir MPMO' > p,t '"l rvt ' r y Sunday-school superintendent. 'jl Not! lo;; liko it ever issued before. Price. liWUtlTiaß Bfc. Will send Uce to anyone sending us I I rvww'tLJlj-Jj- a "" ofo,l 1110 Sundav-school Superintend rnf* 'ho place. i)AVIl) C. COOK, *S '•-I Adams street, Chicago. Ilk VAT ANTED experienced Book nud Bible Agents in f f every uounty. Liberal Salaries Paid- Address, stating experience. P. <>. Boxy, K- , Philsdelpliiq. P-," kJIT X .lolly .11 sit to Vernon turn ouc-cent stamps. Mi s) I<- it- TONEY. Box til. West Florence, O. PutKNiX PECTOKAL wiil cure your oough~ Price 2>C." 1 Like a®i Evil Spirit, In olden times it was thought that evil spirits came in through cracks and keyholes. The generally approved way to keep them out was to plug up the keyholes and stop the cracks with cotton. Notwithstanding these preventive measures, the evil things had their own way and often came in as they pleased. So comes malaria now-a-days. We try to keep it out of the keyhole and it comes in by the crack. We stop up the crack, and lo! it comes from a leak in the plumbing, or an opening from some neglected drain, or from some unsuspected source and unguarded direction. We cannot always keep malaria out, but we can give it battle and drive its effects from OUR systems. If BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is taken in time, malaria has not a ghost of a chance. This is the great family medi "me. Your druggist sells it, and you ought to keep a bottle in the hou?" fl Horse and Cattle Powder sold in this couri- H Condition Powder. Dose, one teaspoonful to each pint of food. It will also urevent anrl ~u.-n SCHICKEL CHOLERA. 1 !" C, ) o,eni \ &C - Sold even-where, or ten, bv LfZ ■ VIIIVI\bei cents in stamps. Also furnished in large cans to fm breeders'use, price $1.00; by mail, Sl2O. Circulars sent i'iiEE. I. S. JOHNSOJt &. CO., Boston Mass.' Home Items —" All your own fauil If you remain sick when yon can Get hoy bitters that never-Fn. —Tho weakest woman, smallest_ child, and sicken' invalid can use hop bittora with safety and great good. —Old men tottering around from Fht-n mat sm, kidney trouble or any weakness will be almost new by using hop bitters. —My wifo and daughter were innlo healthy by the uso of hop bitter?, and I rec ommend them to my people.—Methodist Clergyman. Ask any good doctor i f hop Bitters arc not the best faintly meJictnn On earth. —Malarial Fever. Ague and Biliousness will leave every neighborhood as soon as hop bitters nrrivo. —"My mother drove the paralysis and. neuralgia all out of her system with hop bit* t rs." —Ed. < lawego Hun. —Keep the kidneys healthy with hop bit ters and you re- d not fear sickness. —Tee wat r is rendered harmless> nd m- ro tofreshii g and reviving with hop bitters i t each draught. —Tho vigor of youth for tho a ed and in firm in hop bitters ! —" At tho oiling* "f life nothing euua'g Hop hitters to allxy all trouble* insuhmt Theteto." —"The best periodical for ladies to tnko monthly and fro n which th' y wiil receive the greatest benefit is hop hitler*. —Mothers with sickly, fretful, nureing shildren will cure the children a: d benefit themselves by taking h 'p bitters daily. —Thousands die annually from somo form of kidney disaaae that might have been pre vented by a timely use of hop bitters. —lndigestion, weak stoma h, irregular- It es of the bowe's cannot exist when hop bitters are used. A timely • • * uMotbop flitters will keep * whole family n robust lieillh a year at a little ooet. —To produce real genuine sleep and child tiko repose all night, take a little bopbitter >n retiring. —Tiiat indigestion or stomach gas at nigh', preventing re*t and sleep, will disap pear by using hop bitters. —Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old ladies are made perfectly quiet and Sj rightly by using h ip bitters. __ A NOTED BUT CNTITIJSD WOMAN. [From thvwßoirton <7tot*.] )ir*rr*. T.6ltor*• The above is a pood llkencaa of Mrs. Lrdla E. Plnfc liun. of Lpin. Ma-m, wlyi above all other human beings may be truthfully enßed the "Dotr Friend of Woman," t.i some of her correspondents love to call her. She 1- zealously devoted to Iter work, which is the outcome ct a lifestutfy, and is obliged to keep Ms lady militants, to help her answr rthc larF* PorTcspondenee irhich daily pours in upon her, each tv arlng its special lurdcn of suffering, or joy c.t relcaae from It. Her Vegrtable Compound is a medicine for good and not ril p-i-jioaes. I have personally investigated it and in satisfied of the truth of t'nla On account of Its proven merits. It Is recommended - nil pi*.*r;Kd by the best physicians in the country. One says: "It works like a charm and sot* much lln. It will cure entirely the worst form of failing t< the uterus Lrncorrlioca, Irregular and painful llrnsTtiition.&n Ovarian Trouble®, Inflammation and nceratun, Flooding*, all Displacements and the con sequent fpinAl weakness, and is especially adapted to tile Change of Life." It permeates every portion of the system, and gives new life snd vigor. It removes faint new, flatulency, destroys all craving for st Imulante, and relieves weak- Stem of the stomach. It cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Proetrat ion. General Debility, Sleeplessness, Impression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight and backacho, is always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times, and under all circumstances, act in harmony with the law thai governs the fenial •* system. It costs only sl. per liottle or si* for ss., and is sold by druggists. Any advice required as to special cases, and the names of many who hare ixa-n mtored to perfect health by the use cf the Vegetable Compound, can ba obtained I y addressing Mrs. P., w ith stamp for reply, at her home in I.ynn, Mass. For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound la unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show. " Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one writer, "are the best in the tcorld for the cure of Constipation, Fi'iomnces and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blood I'urificr works wonders in Its special line and bids fair td c.~U"l the Compound in its popularity. All trust respect her ns an Angel of Mercy whose sole anibltivu to dojrood to others. Pliiladctp: la. Ta. (5) Mrs A. M. OPIUM HABIT Cured Painlessly. The Medicine sold for s small margin Shoes In* cost at ;oin|w>unding. Ad ras-s treated by special prescrtji tion." For full particulars address the Discoverer, DR. S. B COLLINS, La Port?, fnd, and business A br.W*. or dinal, cheap lantern, for projecting and en buying pli'rto.T.tt'hs cl.rotnocirda, opaono ptefnre* ami objrvtK Works like made, anil delights and niyetißee ever* Univ. Send for our full and ftrcrnearntiUvecunmle* Ml'plUY 111 l.i. Pi 'lt. Co., Box 7i>B f*. Y. City, M. L To Specula,tors. R. Lindblom & Co., N. G, Miller & Co. 6 and < Chamber of 6 Broadway Commerce, Chicago New York • CRAIN & PROVISION BROKERS. Mrmtiers of all prominent Produce Exchangee in N<'\ York, Chicago, fit. Dmis and Milwaukee- We have exclusive private t olograph wire between Chicago and New York. Will execute orders on our judgment when requested. Send for circulars ooo laiiimc particulars, KOBT. LINDBLO.VI A DO.. Chicago. G. quickest, pleasanteef, ft/K mr--st snd heat remedy lor kidney. V Bvi r. at uncli, Madder and blood diseases, and only real i a-aiiveever discovered for acute snd chronic rheumatom. gou*. lumbago, eciat- Civ*.,,*. ica, neuralgia, etc. Has cn e I hope less case-- Brigr.t's disease and dyspepsia In 3 week-—all forms of rheumatic disorders in 2 to 12 weeks—relieves inilatnnivorv in I day. 1 'am refer to handn diof relia ble people cured who had tried ia vain everything sine. Purely botanio, harmless, and nice to drink. Ask yo if druggist to get it; if he doclinea send to us for it- take nothing else. Kim wo. Adams A 00.. 105 William at., N. Y LT .I VII "k 0., rala^^H \trANTEI-LADII£B TO TAKF, OUH NEW 11 Fancy work at tlioir homes, in city or country, and earn !*< to § I 2 ier week, making goods for our Fall and Winter trade. Send 150. for parnpln and particulars- Hudson M'fg. Co-, 2t3>sivfe Ave., X. Y. EMPLOYMENTS!^ Newark, N*J- Terms only At*). Write for Circulars. PRINTING PBINNKB. y £3 NATIONAL TYPE CO, A A JBL JBdiPHiLa. TA. lno-page Book 10& "I7JKW Brooklyn Bridge in sm&Il ivory teleaeope. T Length, f<c , 15c-Cabinet Photos. Femaleßeantier 10c. , -t, - Jsc. Crawford A Co., l)oxH'.'s New Camphi >it Slm.k is the best Liniment. Price 25 cents.