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TILE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OIHO, SATURDAY, ITEBRUARY 25, 1893.
FARM AND GARDEN.
A DARN FOR
I'lnm of n Structuro for (Ino
unit I Illy Aiiliniil.
Our llliistviitlou la of a barn designed
to shelter "wo slieoi). It Is 80x50 foot
with n. "lenn to" Miuil on the south mid
cast. The lambing pen, 12x13 foet,
fihcarlng floor or shepherd's room,
12x12 feet, and grain bin, 0x12 feet,
occupy a sp.ioo IB feet wide across the
south end. The lambing pen ts divided
Into two parts by u partition running
north and Miuth and each half can bo
again divided Into thrco pons by mova
ble partitions indicated by the dotted
lino In the ilirnrc.
A root collar undor tho shearing
room Is reached by a trap door and
stairway. The grain bin is divided
into apartments for oats, corn, oil
meal, bran, etc. A feeding alley 4 feet
wldo runs f.om tho shearing-room to
tho north end of the barn dividing this
portion into two sections, k and o.
These two parts aro divided by tho
movablo parUUons9iidicatcd by dotted
linos. The shod, A, Is 54 foot long by
a mui:i:p iiAntf,
12 feet deep and will accommodate 6H
avorugo sheep. In tho ground plan,
tho feed racks are marked I. (live
each sheep I'X foot of space ut tho feed
rack. Should tin- barn bo tilled to its
full capacity, more feed racks would
Additional nneb can bo placed at tho
ends of the shed and along the east
and west sides of the barn for tho sheep
Inside. The feed racks under tho sheds
were purposely omitted m tho per
spective as they would have been too
small to give tin idea of their construc
tion. . In a subsequent issue wo will
glvo ono or more plans of racks
which can be used in any barn.
Two large windows and two
smaller ones above the doors on
tho east, tho same number on the op
posite side, with those in the south and
west sides of the lambing pon, give am
ple light and ventilation. The shear
ing lloor is lighted by the windows J, J
and tho small ono in tho door at o.
With this arrangement tho shepherd
can see the sheep in any part of the
C J srr
nnouxn n.oor. or dap.x.
barn without leaving his room. There
is a ha3' woll, h. at each end of the feed
ing alloy down which hay is thrown
for the sheep inside. The barn is 10
foot high at tho eaves aud tho iloorof
tho mow OK foot above the ground
floor. Tho shed roof joins tho barn 2
feet above tho lloor of the mow and the
hay for tho sheep in the shed is thrown
out through a small sliding door at the
south end of mow.
r Double doors on each side of the barn
and the movable partitions allowa wag
on to be backed into it for loading the
manure. Tho shed is open to a height
of 4 feet, liy digging shallow trench
es for the wheels a wagon will pass
under it At 0 pounds per day a sheep
would require about 123 cubic feet of
hay in 0 months. At that rate the barn
will hold enough to feed ISO shctp near
y 3 months. This mow space can be
increased by building a higher barn,
lluild tho sheep barn on high dry
ground. The dimensions can be varied
to suit tho Individual needs of different
flock owners. Orange Judd Furrccr.
, 'i'lio Hec'.i Stinc Useful.
It will be a surprise to many to
loam that, after all, the most impor
tant function of tho boo's sting is not
its stinging. 1 havo long been con
vinced that tho bees put the finishing
touches on their artistic cell work by
tho dexterous use of their stings, and
during this final finishing stage of the
process of honey-making the bees in
ject a minuto portion of formic acid
into tho honey. This Is in renlity the
poison of their sting. This formic acid
gives to the honey its peculiar flavor,
and nlso imparts to it its keeping
qualities. Tho bting is really an cx-qulsltoly-contrivcd
litllo trowel, with
which tho bco finishes off and caps tho
colls when they are filled brimful with
honey. AVhllo doing this the formic
acid passos from tho poison bag, ox
udes, drop by drop, from tho point of
the sting, and tho beautiful work is
finished. Horticultural Times.
Konioily for "Lumpy Jair."
Secretary Husk has received from
Dr. Salmon, chief of tho bureau of ani
mal industry, a report on tho experi
ments and Investigations being made
in Chicago of tho treatment of cattle
for actinomycosis, or "lumpy jaw."
Tho report says that tho remedy tried
iodldo of potassium is a remarkable
success, sixty-three per cent, of tho
cattle treated having been cured. Tho
greater part of these woro very se
riously affected when taken for treat
ment, Tho report shows the cost of
tho treatment to bo trifling by com
parison with the results, and It Is also
proved that the discaso is not conta
gious, twenty-one head of tho healthy
cattle having boon confined In close
quarters with tho disouscd cattle for
three months without showing any
sign$ of being affected.
t Iloinmnmto Unbolt Trap.
Make a square hole In a barrel about
three-fourths of tho way from tho bot
tom to tho top ltury tho barrel near
tho runways ijf the rabbits so tho lower
side of the square hole is just nbovu
tho surface. Make a square box twen
ty Inches long, Vlth both ends open, to
work easily in tho hole In tho barrel,
Ilalance tho box in tho hole In tho bar
rel so that tho outytdo ond rests lightly
on tho ground, Qovor tho top of tho
barrel with plank,i throw an armful of
corn fodder over nil for a blind, and
you are ready to dump thorn In us fast
as they cornel ttlonlr. J. A. Van Horn,
in Farm and Fireside.
A vonr good way to cover long dis
tances In country driving without fret
ting tho horse is to fvor thera on up
grades and in the unto, and make up
for lost time on hard, lcyol stretches of
road. Farm Journal.
5t4fiU-Ji iM wiVi
. r jfl ULvU
Jf'jaasstrtasftaaV sJfbaLJieUiAh ,.wk .- ; Jttti ;Oi(
AN ERRONEOUS IDEA.
Tnculmtimi I'gc Necil No .Mnlituro
Tlint of Ilio Uon'H llmly.
Tho old and oft-repeated theory that
In natural Incubation eggs nocil more
moisture than that furnished by the
hen's body is easily disproved by ex
perience. An Incubating hen does not
need to wander through grass wet with
dew or to bo out occasion) "y In tho
vain In order to have a good hatch. A
belated chicle will sometimes dry f nst
to the sheL' and needs a dip in warm
water to frto it, but that Is only be'
cause it is weak and belated, liy way
of experiment, last spring I set sovou
hens on nlnoty-ono eggs. They were
set In a room having a board floor and
opening Into an inclosed shed In which
they wore fed and watered and had a
dust bath. Thoy woro not outdoors
during tho whole hatch. They brought
outsoventy-threo lino chicks. Of the
remolnlng eighteen eggs six tested out
Infertile. Tlio lest would probably hnv!
hatched, only thoy were sot under a
foolish hen of uncertain mind, who
made a botch of the business. The
bupply of the proper amount of mois
ture In nrtillelal incubation and at the
right stage of tho hatch Is a very puz
zling question. Tliero are so many
mollifying circumstances to bo consid
ered. , Tho tendency nt present is
toward less moisture than formerly,
and to bo applied tho last few days oi
If tho incubator is run in a cellar less
moisture will bo needed than if above
ground. In some sections of tho coun
try less moisture is required than in
others. Different degrees of moisture
in tho atmosphere at time of hatching
must also be considered. Sonic styles
of incubators require more and some
less moisture. Tho person who runs
the Incubator will need to study ana
experiment for himself. If too lmicL-
molsturo is given, tho chicks will grovt
too rapidly and becomo bound in the
shelL If too little, tho inner mom
brano will become tough and dry. Ir
cither caso many chicks will die in the
shell during the last few days of incu
bation. It is a very discouraging ex
perience to find uftor a hatch that per
haps 50 per cent of the eggs have dead
chicks fully matured. If this experi
ence is repeated time and again it be
comes exasperating. Spraying tho eggs
is generally condemned, yet my last
two hatches 1 sprayed lightly twico a
day tho last thrco days, and had over
00 per cent, hatches. Tho spraying
was done Immediately after turning
water at 1011 degrees. Mlno is a hot
air machine. I reasoned that a light
spraying would keep the inner mem
brane of the eggs in tho right condi
tion, so tho chicks could easily peck
their way out into this greedy world.
William V. S. Deekman, in N. Y.
PLAN OF HENNERY.
.V l'oultry IIouho I'dbsossIiik; Jinny l'oluta
As I have seen nothing which very
much resembles my plan for a hen
house, 1 send you this description of it:
I take a sill 24 foot long to which I at
tach two cribs S feet wide and as long
as I wish the width of the building to
be, so as to leave an S-foot space in the
middle with no sill in front. I place
those sills upon blocks or piers, say a
feet abovo ground. Upon this founda
tion I erect my building, boarding
from the roof to the ground, except
front of middlo space, put large win
dows in front (south) side of cribs.
One of these cribs I fit with perches
aud the other I divide lengthwise by
lattice partition with two or more
rows of shelves twice as wide as nest
boxes, so that when a hen wants to sat
I can shove tho box its width, which
places her in another compartment en-
tirely away from tho laying lions. 1
havo a door in tho lattice partition
which I can pass when necessary, and,
also, a small opening tln'ougli which
tho setting liens can pass out into f
park built 'or their especial use. Itr
the open space in tho middle I have, or
mean to have, double hinged doors
opening inward, which I can close in
severe weather. The roost and nest,
or laying room, are, or should be,
readied by movable steps which can
be so placed when not in uso thhl
skunks and other false friends of Die
hen cannot reach them. Farm Jouv
nal. BEES IN
X Vrnmo of lloutiy Ih tho
Host 1'ood for
The best method of feeding bees in
winter is, according to a writer in the
American lice Journal, to glvo them a
frame of honoy. If all of tho honey is
in tho hives, look over all of tho col
onics or a sutllcicut number of them to
find combs of honoy to give the starv
ing colonies. It is woll known that all
tho colonics do not consume the name
amount of stores, and the variation is
so great that it often happens tlint
enough combs of honey may bo spared
from those who have plenty to supply
If no honey is available, and some
colonies must bo fed, a candy miido of
granulated sugar is the best substi
tute. It may be caked in shallow
dishes, and tho thin cako laid over tho
bcos and covered with enamel cloth
and two or three thicknesses of old
carpet, or the candy may bo "run" di
rectly into tlio frames and the frames
hung in tho hives adjoining tho elustors
of bees. "Good" candy is also recom
mended for this purpose. Thin boards
aro tacked to ono side of an empty
Jirood frame, thus forming a shallow
tray. It is then filled with candy and
tho other side covered with boards, ex
cept a small space nt the top, which is
lett for tho bees to onter.
Cooperative clubs for the purchase
rif a good stallion or a thoroughbred
bull, could bo easily formed and be
ptpductlvo of great good in mnuj
neighborhoods. There nre many farm
ers who honestly desire to improve
thorr stock, but who do not feol that
thoyWn afford th outlay required for
tho purchnso of n good animal or for
the constant payment of large servlco
fees. W purchasing and owning an
aniranl'dointly their oxponso could bo
greatly lessened Each man should
take stoMc Intyroportlon to tho service
that he iequlros, aud tho matter of
care and feeding enn bo iiaslly arranged.
mill: is the delight of the
hen and it 1
a flue food for her.
"SKaCr j , ., I, J.j kSESJ-jLJ, --Aria
To llcinovo Mud from Clothes
Scrapo it off with tho edgo of a penny,
for this Is just sharp enough not to in
juro tho material. Drake's Magazine.
Gem Kggs. l'lnco tho gem panl
upon tho lop of tho stove, and when ho)
grenso thorn with good, swcot buttoi
and break tho eggs Into tho pins, one
for each, and bako about five minutes.
Havo a warm plattor and remove eacli
egg with a knlfo and servo. This make!
a pretty dish for tho breakfast or din
ner table, and can bo trimmed with
lettuce or other green vegetables. llos
Molasses Cooklos. Tako two cur,
fnls of molasses, half a tcacupful ol
sugar and a heaping tcacupful of but
ter and work to a cream. Add two woll
beaten eggs, a littles salt and two ton
spoonfuls of ginger and soda. Dissolve
tho latter in half a teacupful of boiling
water; stir it into tho mixture and ndJ
flour sufficient to roll soft Cut out, lay
on a greased pan and bako in a quick
oven, Ornngo Judd Farmer.
Almond Macaroons. Heat tin
whltos of four eggs, as abovo; add on
pound of powdered sugar and ono tea
spoonful of lemon juice. Shell and
blanch hnlf a pound of Jordan al
monds, dry, and pound in a mortar,
gradually adding a tcaspoonful of bit.
ter almond flavoring. Add tho egg U
this paste, and mix thoroughly. Thcr
spread on greased paper, and bako as
above, first sifting sugar. Moisten tlif
paper under them with a little cold
water, if thoy aro Inclined to stick. N.
Masked Potatoes. 1'rcparo and
boil, and allow the steam to escape
For each quart of mashed potato allovt
half a teacupful of milk, two table
spoonfuls of butter and half a tcaspoon
ful of salt Heat theso ingredient!
togother, add thorn to tho potato nnc
boat tho preparation briskly untl
smooth and light Then turn it Into ei
warm vegetablo dish and servo without
molding or packing; or shape it ir
whatever form you prefer and brown
slightly In tho oven. Country Gentle
man. Cocoanut Cream. If you aro fond
of homo-mado candy this is a very good
reeipo for it: 1'ecl and grato fine one
largo cocoanut; mix together tho mill
of tho cocoanut and two pounds o!
whito sugar. Put this in a preserving
kettle ovor a slow fire; when it "ropes'
well, stir in tho grated cocoanut and
lot it boil a few minutes. Remove to s
flat dish and beat briskly until cool;
then pour In another flat dish, wlilct
has been greased, and draw squares on
it with a knlfo dipped in water. Chi
Persimmon Preserve. Tlio Japan
cso persimmon is becoming quite popu
lar in this country, and makes a delici
ous prcservo if treated as follows: Poui
boiling water over tho fruit and at onci
immerse in cold water, which looseni
tho skins. Pool thorn, and to foui
pounds of fruit allow three pounds o!
sugar. After tlio sugar has been grad
ually molted add tho fruit and a hal;
ounce each of ginger root and mace,
and the thin rind of two lemons. Cook
till clear, when romovo with a wire
dipper and cook tho sirup till it thick
ens, adding, just before taking it up,
the juice of two lomons. Put tho fruit
into jars and fill with tho boiling sirup.
THE NEW SKIRT.
Ilaro I.Iko An Uiiihi;'llii Than Anytlilti
The most striking midwinter novcltj
in skirts to bo worn on tho promenadi
is tho genuine umbrella skirt. This
skirt, as it is scut ovor from Paris, h
composed of from six to nino pointed
gores of oven size. This makes a skirl
that is quite full at the bottom, but ii
narrowed at tho top, so that it' fits th
hips smoothly with no apparent fill
ness, tho gathers necessary to fit tin
skirt gracefully at tho back being caro
fully concealed. A modification of this
skirt is being quite generally adopted
by our best ilrossmakcrs for walking
gowns. It consists of six gores and is a
little fuller at the back than is the
Parisian skirt. Every seam in tho um
brella skirt is gored on both edges,
therefore it is necessary to introduco a
piping cord or somo other trimming at
tho gores to prevent tho inevitable sag
ging at tho scains that must otherwise
occur. All skirts aro cut with as pro
nounced a flare at the bottom as it is
nossiblo to l'Ivo them. Thev are
trimmed up considerably higher thar .
thoy wcro at tho beginning of tho sea
son, tho trimming reaching to tho knees
or abovo. As many as seven rows ol
fur separated by space aro seen on some
of tho new skirts. As a single row oi
mink-tails, tho fashionable trimming,
now costs twenty dollars in a good
quality of fur, as a matter of economy
tho rows aro sometimes limited to
' Hands of fancy galloon, ribbons and
folds of black satin will be used in rows
in tho samo u-ay as fur on spring gowns.
Small bows are dotted on at intervals
bometlmes. Where tho material per
mits, ruffles of tho dross goods may bo
used. A new' rulllo which reaches tc
tho knoos, like tho old-fashioned Span
ish flounce, is cut in a circular fashion
somewhat after tho manner of a bell
skirt This ruffle is quito full around
tho bottom and scant at the top, giving
the fashionable flare of tho season, It
is usually put on with a heading of two
or three narrow ruffles standing up
right or with a band of fur. A group
of from three to five narrow ruffles
overlapping each other is also used on
the bottom of light goods such as tin
black or cream gauze with gay satin
stripes. Let it bo acknowledged hero
that theso full skirts aro lovely. They
aro becoming and graceful to tho las';
degree, and without criuolino will b
everything that women of artistic tasto
nnd knowledgo of tholr own capacity
for beauty can demand.
The dress hero illustrated is of black
gauze with narrow satin stripes in rose
color, pale blue, empire green nnd yel
low. Tho skirt of tho striped gauzo is
simply bordered with threo overlapping
ruffles of the material. Tho hugo 1830
rovers and puffed sleovos aro of black
beaver satin of long- nap, and aro lined
with roso color. Tho llttlo empire bon
net, which is pointed over tho forehead
to form tho becoming Mario Stuart
curve, is of black satin and is finished
with an aigrotto nnd feathers of roso
color nnd black satin strings. N. Y.
Shallowe I soo thnt llullflnch has
just jolncil a club.
Decpo What In th world did ho do
that for? lie didn't Heed to.
Shallowe Didn't ueod to! Why do
jrou say that?
Decpo Why Uo laa't mwrlod.
..JtAt-, , ..AtifibiALLx.M. mv,
An liMllnti Urnr Mnry.
Along Grisley Ileal river. In the Hi k
les, there nre many bqnr haunts or
wintering dens which tho Indian guides
point out to travelers. According to In
dian stories n bear will lie in n dark and
secluded lelreat all winter without food
or nourishment, sucking Its paws. Tho
bear does not burrow In the ground,
but covers himself with fallen leaves.
Over tho den tho bhow Is often many
feet deep, and tho bear's hiding place is
only discovered by an air hole so small
that nothing but thu keen eye of a sav
age could find it. Tho Indians say that
the ltoeky mountain bears Ho thus In a
torpidstate from December until March.
N. Y. Ledger.
Tho March Wide Awako
Is n vigorous and breezy number.
Koae fl. Kingsley tells about tho quaint
"Itag Market nt Ilruges," Mnrlon liar
laud lias one of her characteristic
stories, "Miss Hutterlly;" Mrs. M. E. M.
Davis has a New Orleans Carnival story,
"Judy's Mardl-Grasi" Tello d' Apery,
the boy editor, tells about his labors
"Ainoiig tho I'.uvfoots" of New York;
rredorick A. Ober continues his Co
lumbus papers in "On tin) Shoies of
Cathny." and Annie .Sawyer Downs
tells, in "Young Folks at the Eddy,"
Mow children 'can net as real hosts.
Wide Awake Athlelli-x has a brief paper
on "Handling and Training a College
llnsi'ball Tcuii," by Captain "Laurie"
Miss of Yale, and a description of
"Han and Hounds Runs," by David W.
Fentiin, 'id. of Harvard. "The Ileal
C.is.ililauca," the hero of Mr.?. Ilemans'
poem, us told by Henry liacon. Mr.
I 'aeon's picture of Casablanca and his (
father Is a splendid frontispiece.
Price 20 cents ti number, f'J.40 a year.
On salo ut news stands or sent post
paid on receipt of price, by I). Lothrop
Company, Publishers, lloston.
In n I'llth A vomit, MunMon.
"I wish, sis. you would shine my
hoes for me," tald n rich, matter-of-fact
young man to his sister.
"I'll do nothing of the bort," sho re
"Well, you ought to."
"Why ought I do menial work?"
"liecauso you encourage that Italian
count to eomo hero .and you flirt with
him. If you nro going 1o marry him
you can't begin to soon too learn to do
menial work. You should fit yourself
it once to become a foreign countess."
llv the will of Mrs. Harriet E. 1'rown,
uidow of Gen. Geo. S. Ilrown, of Haiti
uoro, tho Presbyterian homo missions
hoard receives SJO.00O and tho foielgn
board CI 0,000.
VTor i C-t Every Day
Withlii.nl ivoiK business anxiety, mental
ap;)iu'. niDii, exposure, closo cnnllncrnciit at
tho desk or the loom, tlimisiuula who full to
rcciipornto their waning .iicnglli '-glvo in"
heforo their tunc. HnRtetlcr's Stomach
Hitters is tlio finest, mo-.t thorough locnp
cnitor of failinir vltror. tho surest nrotcclor
against the lio-t of ailments which travel in
the iviilccof declining strength. Indigestion,
malaria, rheumatic, nervous, liver and
bowel trouble give in to the Bitters.
Mas Mcspavaho "1'ho Kewriclics aro
pcoplo who don't know who their grandpar
ents woro." Mrs. Huckoll "Oh yes, they
do, but they hope that no ono else docs."
Tncun aro a Iiu-ro number or hygienic
physicians who claim that discaso is always
thoiusult of u ti.inSKi'P&hinn of Kaluro's
l.i wb. Tho propvieto.-s of Qai-fiold Tea nro
both physicians, nnd have devoted years to
leachhi"; the people hmv to nrnlJ sickness
by follou-iiij; Nut lire's laws. They clvo
nwav with every p;u-Kaj.'i- of G.u-Jlelcl Tea a
llttlo bool: which they claim will enablo all
persons, if directions aro followed, to avoid
sickness of nil hunts, and to havo no need
for Oarllcld Tea or any other medicine.
As uprijrlit j'.ulcre needn't be -ashamed nf
liis sentences even iu tlio proicnco of tho
sliicteat Kiiucmarlans. Tioi i'reis.
-Cattlo Common?'1 50 Hi
FLOUIC w tnter family....
G1JA1N Wheat No. -' red.
Corn No -i mixed
Oats No. Smlxed
IIAY 1'rlmo tocholco
TOHACCO Medium leaf..,
ntOVISIOXS JIcss pork
OV 8 13
(& ft 00
fil '-1 CO
C( 12 T3
Laid Prime steam
Prlmo to cholco cnanicry...
APPLKS Prime, pcrbbl
to a ai
so ,;.). in
3 (0 401
2 4J ti '-' 05
FLOUIt-Fiilr to fancy
GIJA1N 'Wheat-No. lhaid.....
CORN No. S mixed
FOltK New mess
LAUD Western steam
ru 1 1
it ti i
FLOUR Winter natcntp..,,,,,
GUAIN Wheat No. '.'.tcJ ....
No !! Chicago spring,
Corn No. -. ..,.,..
O.its No. -v.,,,,
GRAIN Whtat-No. 2
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CHAIN Wheat No, '-'
Corn No. - ted
Oats No. -
FLOUR Winter patent
GRAIN Whtat No. 2 red....
Is that wlint troub
les you? Then It's
easily and promptly
remedied by Doctor
Pellets. They rcgu.
Into tho system per
fectly. Tnl.o ono
for a gentlo laxa
tlvo or corrective;
thrco for a cathartic.
If you suffer from
crestion. Bilious At-
4iclcs, Sick or Bilious Ilcadachcn, or any
derangement of the liver, stomach, or
bowols, try these llttlo Pellets. They
brlpg n permanent cure. Instead of
chocking and weakening the system
with violence, like tho ordinary pills.
Ihoy act In a perfectly easy and natural
way. They're- tho smallest, tho easiest
to tako and tho cheapest, for thsy'ro
guaranteed to glvo satisfaction, or your
tlStactlOll, Or your
ou pay only for
u-uiivy is ruiurueii.
tho good you got.
baivation uuTr, m onivxs.
The Royal Baking Powder is in
dispensable to progress in cookery
and to the comfort and conve
nience of modern housekeeping.
Royal is undoubtedly the purest nnd most reliable baking
powder offered to the public U. S. Gov't Chant's fs Report.
l-'nr finest food I can use nono but Royal. A. Fortin,
Chef, White J louse, for P resident t Cleveland and Arthur,
A FAit-FcTcitnn KTimr.-Wllllo Wllt
"What do you think or our friend Spymio's I
writings' llou't you think ho carries ie-
iihsm too farf" I.lnUl Marian "Decidedly.
Ho I old mo Hie other tiny that ho hud hud to
walk thirty miles to llnd u pub.isher."
Jacksom "Burton's now house was com
pleted today and tho builder turned It
over." Mr-tMnclison "Oh. how di end fill,
and to think nt having to liavo It all built
up again." Chicago Inter Ocean.
STfncvw, Teachers fmnlo or fenmlc).
Clergymen, nnd othors in need of ch.ingo of
employment, should tint fall to write to 11.
V Johnson & Co., Richmond, Vn. Their
groat success shows I hat they have got tho
true mens about mulling mnuoy. i ney can
show you how to employ odd houra profit
ably. Wunx a man Inherits n portion of a
goodly estiilo lie has no trouble in llmllng
people ready to "lalso his part." Youl.crs
TmtoiT Disrvsnscommonco wit liu Cough, '
Cold, oi'Smo Throat. ',. hiihi'k Ih onehiai
TruiliCf" givo limncdiato relief.' SuiO mtly i '
boxes, I'rice Jj els.
"That will do for tho present." as the
voting iniiii i cinnrhcd when he puid lor a
hot of cheap candy for his sweetheart's
birthday gift. Philadelphia Record.
I'r.nrtiAM's Pills euro sick headiichc, dl
ordeicd liver, and net liko iniigic on tho
vital organs. For sale by all druggists.
"A nnusii with tho enemy," as tlio fox ro
maiUcdwhcn ho left hlo tull m the trap.
F. J. Cheney
Gentlemen ; I desire to make a brief
statement for the benefit of the suffering. I
had been afflicted with catarrh of the head,
throat and nose, and perhaps the bladder
for fully twenty-five years. Having tried
other remedies without success, I was led
by an advertisement in the Sentinel-Democrat
to try Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1 have just
finished my fourth bottle, and 1 believe I
stored. I don't
the disease left.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. 75 cents.
a ,m 'T .mhia a Pi imiii
mbT&tik WlMimSMMi, ssa&u SB -'-"-".
XKHi lA'IIIn WW X v.,Y.WVirMJ.t 1 11 H. 11 1 1 .' 'Ilii y II JI t.TJl IT i Irt RS IT I .' t I J ij-l
SStXVMiSA-iy '4&-$xmw&- ?CT) ..or neaitu, Bioasuro
mmSXA Wf- '.'r. HWmMmMm mwmn, :nd Bloepins ear ser
mmmFmmmM; V-ou cannot afford to
mmmzm ihxwxtim&h wmmm w -ook. ror fodders, etc.,
,. : .
mmi mm Flewefs,
T1Q Kind nf ftmnmr-nrnt Plntlfxlttthn Wnntih
smsx&i8L: hsh 'swmbh axtii m
ticwrlptlon. Itciui lipcroi7nlniiiiyi,7liiinwini"iMlTniiiitpranluia,nn(l l-in mipcrb mliltiloii to anv col
lodion of iilnnts. It Ib til nco-npoi-ttrroviti, itUIi Lk-pnntlnri;nf nn-slini eel loavus from Mhli-hlmnR Ions,
tlircnd-lilo lllamonls plilnnt'io plant ninnitt o.ij nnU licautlfiil npivurunco. In fuel, them la notbire
L' kP 'klP ""IH vntion. riants arooafllj-mlred, as tho Hspila ei-rmliiato quickly and crow rapidly. For
only 30o wo wilt send Uy mail, pOhtp.ilJ, nil of I'm lollurlnj;:
5 Becis of thU lovely YTT.rPIKO FIlirERA TAZIT. Itnchajtcbcauty-nUlastcnljhyou.
l put. rtncocK riKSY, tao rrra-i'Mt of all,
1 rt. T0HAT0 HISED DYaitrDS, overy color,
v .utua v. tui.yii.HD, uuuuuiiu nauien corn, t wauc, i pinx, i ccariet, all tuperb varieties
1 Bulb TUBEK0SE, D0UELE DWARF ESiriSIOU V EAUL, enormous spik:s of elegant waiy bIosso-.s.
1 Bulb ZEPHYR TI0WER lovely frcoblsoaieriUreo bloescms of cscjulsito beauty.
1 Bulb OINWAMOK VINE, lino hardy cllaier. and our superb BR0SZE BLUE, CatalojUB of
ISO puirra nnd T Mueninccnt Large Cnlnrcil IMiitp.. All tho atxivu laronlv 30cl.
poitpalu. "lbOM rnro bulus und hciH Iwo-tlifl.'-'Ji will nil nowcr tills pciison,u:id nuseml tliuiii fur
?PS," ?.nLi,,".'.Vlro''Sco SJ't1" Ba'''rl.nr 'ct- iot J ow nulcliboi s to ei-nd null you, and wo will soud four
of luesu colloctlous for tfl. Order utoncc, aichlautrer mny uot itipuar uznln.
ALSO THE FOllOWIHQ 8IK EXTIIA CHOICE COLLECTIONS DY MAIL, POSTPAID.
SO OlADIOLDS, all norts, mixed and tho fbcr.coloro, fowerinp; bulbs, an unparalleled oS'er "o
6 LOVELY TUBEROSES, flowerlns bttibu, 2 TaU Double, 2 Dwarf Tearl and 2 Hew Varfesatcd Mo
3 AMARYLLIS, all elenantbloeaHgvarioUei of creat beauty zia
3 MEX10AN rRIUnOSES, dirtrent o-lor, i decant new perpetual llocmhis plants of rare beauty 30o
6 ORAND rLOWERDfO CACTUS, scrla named, including HlgM-BloomlngCe.-eus 30o
6 CHRYSANTKEinjlIS, new niaut flowered, includinsrink 0t:ieh Pluo and Cactus flowered r0o
AfiDCAT flt'CCD ra.T.17 tSI'BOwo wjllmiiU all tlio aboro six collcctons. And to ovcry order
U H t A I U r r Cn will nddim..l pno "CITTJUB o CM C tl.TUi. a lovoly llttlo sort crowing only
i iSlnchesln be BhUundbloocilumiiitLatimn. .-.
niin nunil7r: ni Mp RflTfll nfJIlP ( A sup?rl. work of Rrtlnnronroblnolnf rr.ownnand
" SftirGRv.vEJ1 r ., UHI. . .,.u.c VcoirrAUi.i.sKKiis. iiui.us, i-laatn ,i
IlAKl. rUBITS, , la tku most U-uutlf nl and completo ovor lutued. 15CjuBi.,nunrtrodsof Elrgnnt
UnBrovlnKS.HtlpploIJthotiriipliCovt.rsiind 7 I'eiiutirul Inrse i'oloreil Plotca. Waoffertbo tltiost
sianunraTanutiusuuuiioTCHiesin nowernna voiretablo pecus. lluiDsnnd riunts of all kinds and raro
now Krults. Also a ureal collection of Cuetl. Kloworlng gbrubs.Ciinnas.Aquaiio Plants, Cnrysnntho
tnums, Now Carnations, etc. Also n large llsinf tbu tlnestroses ntlOccnts each. Doo'tmlssnurGrrat
Jnnnncso Wlneborty. Troll Init Ouoen Kuchsla, Yellow nnd Llttlo Com Cullas, nnd lastly OsUAUIOLUS
CUIIiIISI. Hie crealesttloral novelty of tblscenorntlon. Klowcrs 7lnchrs nrros s. gplfcen of bloom over
iwofootlnlencth.cnlnrstboniostbi-autlfulnnil novel, surpasslne orcblds. This MAG.NTFIOENT
SATALOOvli will bo sent free o tll who order nnytblns; hero otTereil. Olberwlro send ItOo
forlt. Ulstoocostly to be sent free oxcopt to tlioe wtioonlorsometblnir. We wantacents to take
subscribers for our beautiful Horticultural Taper. 'I'lIB UATl'I.OWlJIt, 10e. per year. US
uasee unit two elctrnnt colored plilce each montli. flrcuvl'rtmluuis. Bamplecopy froo. Address
JOHN LEWIS GUILDS, Floral Park, Queens Co., N. Y.
K.B.-jsh P" wbo ordsrs uytbliir from tbls utvsrtlssmtDtlstatltlodtoour rrut palntlne- of
OLADlel.Ca Ollll.tMIXAvf, It Uy sd Aeeots to py nustsfs. 8ls. liM Incb.s Inls ooloi., Hg wVr
ssTsraist4ir st bloom. sluwsUvttBsdoUarajitlsttetliicst tblng ever prtduccd In 0rs) orb
UNun.iso.VAm.n. Dlmo Museum Manager
"U'hul's that Infornul i ticket upstairs?"
Assistant "Tlio India Rubber iniiii fell
down mid broke his leg, mid he's kicking
because thev'iu carrying htm out ou a
MutKr.T Hi:i'oTs Pons ami paper are
stntionurv. Cuilei'vls very dull. Cheese1
linn, itii'lter strong, hut Inclined to ho slip
pery. Hops lively nnd active. Gunpowder
inclined to bo rising.
"What is pillage, pnpa?" "It Is charging'
a dollar for eighty cents' worth of pills, my
son. it is a very'luir.itiro business."
rvin..!j rt ;:::.!
tvtlli TrKftHolrt '
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rtirM mmv tlin'i I
noinrp,! I.opcli'tt rrinrr!i1inr-.rii,li"y !. l-y. '
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TF.B0AVS Tf fV.TMERT FOnHlSHHC ?&? nail
OlL U. II. OI:..i uV hO.s-i, cucc'iill'lu, AtLiulu, On.
MAKE NO MISTAKE..
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t,v llt.liMlli. tin. Mt' l in ftti I 'lt l.iui.'i !
".In, I, , "hit until i i ,il lire mi tin. nit Mn in.
t ltd n l.v hi" nni'i nt mil nnl-t.ini i i.i. il l,o..U i.r
tin 1 1 nun y Air. nt - wiitiloiW'tm t ,. In if.i'ii - il.ii t m
ii.iiiiiii.H n. ml -jr. i imii F tn pin pi-; ' i-i.li ri inn
tin- 11111111 lll-it'l-li.!. rill t'D. 131 l.lAW, JU.
rc-XAXU TU19 IdlSl.avaj t-XB rcUttntO.
lloantltul IlhiMrntpd t'ntnlni-no Irrp.
'lino Irrp. ivv .,-
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CCTNA21G 1U13 f&ri.n jtirr u0 13J rVi.
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KiQi ESi & mhffilfo
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IpfpliC LlDDinGQU's Maoalne
WUxi2B&y riMfrnrc Vffiw-MI'aSVw ' fr.r MARCH (puDHshcd Tciruarj ."
C'.ip.iwrf.(t-tM.(llll.OI)ellrilLit-,y l i.
Sterling, Ky., Fob. 13, 1889.
& Co., Toledo, O.
I say 1 am thoroughly re
believe there is a trace of
BRIDGES, Merchant Tailor.
- - iVWP
wsW"'6" ' " UM H 'I st:,"i' van &&&-&.
i'C.'mi&L ' - --ix4S&'3Si2J:s'
eselables and Fraifs
rrnf l7llllnrn Palm 1 n atntnftrnnrl Urnilir,,) l.nxn.,,1
Chprmiae rcor!c color3 of unrivaled beauty.
thapo tni elzo is rcrrettntcd. A uniaue novelty,
with r.ifcte', 1 mi o1p. nnd l'ntnti which stula.
tlinhniiiH.lnJitrt'Uio reii nnu uwrn rca.
Tlio ItlMtiif MiniMmo IMllMilit militant, Odor-
lem, lluinnin itna inn coniiimor vnjn lur nutin
nr ulvits rmckni:n rllli nrtiry pu rebate.
Wanted A Dress
A pair of shoes, a summer v iap, a
tennis suit, a vatcr'uoof; link -'.urt
of money; so aie most of i-; we
have, a plan for ladies, not for tn
vassers ; wc will suggest to you b w
to suggest to others to mutual profit.
Write to us.
TlIC Cl'RI'lS I'UIlLISIIING Co.
AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR
KJCWSPAPtlf WOMAN'S STOR1! . Vj
i: i.. Jim. f
HOPE DnrEKRCt). AnlllUftratcdStr-y Hj
Lit I.IAN A. NOIITII.
SO.UB QUEER TRADES. Uy CltAS. N Poms-
A ROSE OF TilS MIRE. An Illustrati d .. : 7.
Uy KATF. JOIIDAN.
nEN OP TliH DAY. Uy II. Cnor-ro::
Alsopoonn, i-i.uj-s, stories, etc., ly r to
II ll57l?MflflT1?7I orlL-liiiitcii thec-omji
n.irriHUt;i 1 c r, ,i,r. ami. mtii 1
nnil lnii.ri.flpj i-iN,
1 m I nil!.' Of tl'f
tniriu.. -i -i , 11 -. ,
ni-r h .1 nt . i'i 1!
i p-mll-li. il. K..r
i. .iiylu mnulit-.-.
rcr annum.! . 1' '
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Hr f. ,-, -- ? "-. .
A PORTED TOT
Act I. (MrrHnj: ) Man buys paper of taclts Man
tacir.onnf!inl usn ir k -uirnws pip- riirt'iiiowi.
ACT II. (Noon ) lie c..a to clostt for brush
ltla n ttr'tr tn (lu flrvlf
A. rTt! N'ifM K nwUorn'-Kvl finds tac'cwit!! rota t
ofh'sfnt. 1 Air U Mm S?l
ArT IV. (Ntstrtpv ) Mhii ttll-i a inerchaat hi ex
perience sta u CcusUtcd to buy
mIM In t hoT rt tit arrtmcntB. fill tllfffrtnt-slzed J
( uckfl whish will tttn innniitu ilicmsclrestoall home I
I tiico. You ilo.i'twniit t.n.itlulgein Act III , you DO
wontttuSol llun.c lack
LLdo f c!ly by tj Ho-elty pt , Atlas Taci Corp'n. i
1 un PtLG-mixt It n
1 Fa;flrt Tn-oi -, ilv rTen, tlut. WblthtM, Uut
Lt-lbiT II M. 1 IfCWUti. Unf.
TCn SALE EVERVWHEKn.
He His Dutch Process
aro used iu tho
31AKE11 & CO.'S
tvlilch is uhsnliilrhj
jiim-3 anil soluble.
i titCi-ircntiiii ui ciinia imxi-u
i"'lr,-biicsr. ami U far mnro eco
nomical, cirtii'j lcs3 than one cent a cup.
It is ilelkluiiH, nourishing, ami EisiLr
Soli'. Iij firorcrs crcrj-Tthcre.
W. BAEEE, &C0 Dorchester, Han.
Q itf i'JrOcr--rf7ZJfJ2
HBfiiJa-'B EuUii y u Bo. Bad iB
A .- 'AMflt I1TP Ih
v;i' ;j am u it i an u n an i
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rpfp! I'luslralcu Pjbiica'.ions,
Vf fin R- V ITU MAP S, .i.im.i
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w -n. .c.i.un.n.'. iraiic mti'in
,"rrrs, ii loiiimiV. Uii'iU" "' k. is., at iiii,ii.
UU. 1U15 tM-V. iJ Uou "IJ.
rires (!ontinAtion. i'L'utoroi Complexion, har -i Lot:?i
wiinpiotrtc uiumwiiu1-" i " oi.i.f
1 K'wirA7Ve rJ&Un.iilrnti.cntHiyiii..
M .CnLrV- ll.ltikMlilirl. Noila!rc
I O. W, l'. SNYDt'.lt, Al. 1)., Mutt Drpt. art.
McYk'ltc-r'h Thontor, OJlcttn. Jit,
, MlfcT UflUP Acents AT 7lTCfi. Ssmpli
I tllUOl nMvu Siislilorkd'at. 18W tree by mull
I for He. Stamp lnuncnt.o. Unrlvulieil. Onlynoool
I ono ever lnvmlcd lleatiwcli;litii s ilosunimrslleled.
Sri Hi;. Il'rflcqurrl: llrohniU Mlir. Co., l'Ulla.
C7uin tuis rsrci.tiT ii jw rrt.
$"2 flft to " A DAY. IS.t0Out0tfree.Workyear
uiUU round tor man or kob.hu Wrltontonce.
I Kicciilorrortnilt llouso, 41 M. Clark bt., Cblcaxo.
a-NAMC TU13 raixn inrj urn r iivr.ts.
rm t Th
iinila tvs.il. Rj.n.1 tu In alntiirtftl 1 tl III
$75.00 to $350.00 ftZSMfiflSWr.
JOHNSON A CO i'UH-l-Oa Main bt., ltlcbmond.Va.
uriiuicTau rirm .,.tj imi iouvau.
Coiisnuitttlvce and people
wbobuvo weak lungs or Astb
ma, should uso I'lso's Cure for
Consumption. It has cured
thousands, it tins not injur
odnne. His not bail to take.
It Is tlio desicoufti syrup.
Bold evcrywuetn. sac.
A, N. K. -E,
WHEN WltlTINQ TO AUVKltTISKUS riXAaN
steU that yea saw the Advertisement ta lUs)