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The " outlook as . rogarjlas 'rvfyol
is cerfalnly dit presiit in faVor
of a firmer market. A large
purchase has been anatle
New-York within tlio past two
or three weeks by a buyer from
Belgium, at fully the current
quotations in Europe,' with'; the
hope of depressing the Ant
werp market or because, the
quality of the wool on this side
is superior to that attainable
there.- American buyers have
ajain gone to Australia, a
movement which will not be
unlikely to strengthen; prices in
that market. Some ..holders in
eastern cities are now asking
55 cents for XX ' Ohio, an ad
vance which is of doubtful con
tinuance in the opuftdii'of' our
contemporary ; but' vittL':;the
present appearances op foreign
advices, we confess wrjt
see why it should not be
Farmers, one and all,rdo not
have a vicious, barking dog
around your steers. A case
has been under the writer's no
tice, all this year, of a man who
prided hlmsrt? u l,is ability to
manage his swine and stock
with two curs that were not
worth the powder to shoot them
with. What was the conse
quence ? The sows vhad all
slead pigs. The cows in some
instances, aborted their calves,
or became so unmanageable as
to be obliged to have their legs
tied at milking time. If ever
a horse gets loose, it remains
so until tired, the whole ; thing
making every one on the farm
grow cross and sour-tempered;
the men swearing and the wo
men pouting. Remember, the
cow and horse are quiet, confi
ding animals, but get shy and
vicious if any mangy mongrel is
allowed to dog them home, and
dog them away and here and
there. Show an intelligent man
another man's cows and he will
very soon show you the man's
Let me give you my receipt
for a most effectual insecticide
One wine bottle, thirty ounces;
old soldiers (cigar stumps), any
quantum ; aqua pura or rainum
to cover the stumps. I'ut the
stumps into the bottle, and the
water on the stumps. Of course
this will not exterminate
green-house full of insects, but
for the window-gardens, the
hanging-baskets, etc., it is just
the thing. Putin more stumps
and more water daily, so as to
keen your bottle full. 1 The Ion-
eer it stands the worse it is
for the health of the insect.
. Apply with a brush, a little toy
watering-pot, or a spoon if you
choose. There is a double sat
isfaction in the use of the prep
aration viz.: tho utilization of
Adolphus Henry's cigar stumps
and the opportunity of witness
ing how insects will die before
they will get accustomed to the
use of tobacco.
Those who havo been f'ret
' ting themselves to get possos
'sion'of their "greenbacks" for
the solo purpose of boarding
them up, should begin to see
by this time that their, fears,
while entirely natural, were
wholly groundless. They should
recall to mind tho fact that
there is precisely as much cur
rency in existence ; to-day, as
there was a month ago, and
that amount was quite slillicient
to transact all , business pay
wages, discharge debls, and do
every thing else that a momen
tary currency is needed for. It
is quite as stillicientto keep the
wheels of industry in .motion,
and to do all other business to
day, if all sensible people ab
stain from looking it up.
Hints to Housekeepers.
v.Tiiu l'RK'Kr.v Peak to Harden
Tallow.-t-Take " the com mon
prickly pear and boil or fry it
in ' the ; tallow, without water,
for half an hour, then trair;
and mold.' I use about six av
erage sized leaves to the pint of
tallow (by . weight one pound of
leaves to four tallow), splitting
them up tine. They make the
tallow as hard as stevine, and
do not injure its burning quali
ties in the least. '
; ,;To Cleanse1 Sofa Covers. If
the oovers Qf sofas and chairs
are dirty, they maybe cleansed
without being removed, by first
washing them over with a
flannel ; then, before they are
dry, sponge them over with a
strong solution of salt and wa
ter,' in which a small quantity
of gall has been mixed. The
windows of the room should be
opened so as to secure a perfect
drying, and the colors and the
freshness of the articles will in
this av be restored.
; Hjpw. to Clean. Kettles.- A
greasy spider or Kettle, icani be
Cleaned as- follows : Do 'not
waste- your soap on it. Put
ashes into" it and poiir in a lit
tle water. Iu a few minutes
if nil nnt -
scrape it all out-wita a stick,
auct rinse it out with water.' It
is then ready for your, dishwa
ter and clothes without any ad
ditional soap. In that little
book called "How to Live on a
Dime a Day," Solou Robinson
reptesents Mrs. fcavory as keep
ing a jar of lie beside her sink,
into which she dipped any very
, Green Tomato Pickels. To
every gallon of sliced tomatoes
add two tablespoons of salt,and
let it stand over night. Do not
pour off the liquor but add two
thirds of a pound of sugar, one
pint grated horse radish, two
tablespoon of mustard. Put a
weight on the top ana set near
the fire or iu a warm place un
til they become sour,when they
should be kept cool. The
juice 'of the tomato forms the
vinegar, 'and if some are partly
ripe it is, all the better.' Xo
scum irises on the top and they
will keep a long time.
To Stop the Ravages of
Moths. Camphor will not stop
the ravages of moths in carpets
after they commence eating.
Then they pay uo heed to .the
presence of camphor, cedar or
tobacco. rA good way to con-
A 1 1 1 I
quer tuem is to take a coarse
crash towel and ring it out of
clean water. Spread it smooth
ly on the carpet, then iron it
dry with a good hot iron, re
peating , the operation on , sus-
pected, places, jtud on those
least used. It does not injure
the color or the pile of, the
carpet in tho least, as it is not
necessary to press hard, heat
and steam being tho" agents. "'
To Bleach Cotton. A very
good way to bleach cotton cloth
is to soak if in buttermilk for a
few days. Another way is to
make a good suds, put from one
to two tablespoonluls Of turpen
tine in it before putting the
clothes in. Wash as usual,
ringing the clothes from tho
boil, and drying without rins
ing. By using one tablespoon
Ail of turpentine in the first
suds on washing days it will
savo half the labor of rubbing,
and the clothes will never be
come yellow, and will remain a
If you havo only killed one
selfish principle by another, you
fiave done nothing : but if vou
have also succeeded in awaking
the higher faculty and giving it
free power over self-exertion,
you havo done everything.
On retiring from business, a
wise old man ' said to his son
and successor: "Now my boy,
remember that common . sense
is the best thing that you can
bring to bear on every affair of
life except love making."
fj'jjlie giunejlaws of Ohio make
a staple article of' local litera
ture 'about this" time when so
many sportsmen are scouring
up their pieces for tho fall shoot
ing. The following is the sub
stance of the Game Laws of the
All kinds of wild duck may
be killed any time from the first
day of September until the 15th
of April. Wild geese are not
protected by law.
Meadow larks and kill-deers
may be killed from October 1st
until February 1st.
. Wood cock May be killed
from July 4th until February
Quail,, pheasants, and wild
turkeys may be killed from the
14th of October until the first
day of February.
Doves and rabbits may be
killed from November 1st until
It is unlawful to catch, or
attempt to catch, with a net,
snare or trap, any quail or Vir
ginia' partridge. ';
It'iS unlawful to kill the fol
lowing birds at any time: Spar
row, robin blue.birll, martin,
th'ush, mocking brd, swallow,
oriole, red-bird, cat-bird, chew
ing or ground "robin, king-bird,
bobolink, yellow-bird, pewee or
phceba, . wren) 'kuckoo, indigo
bird, nut-hatch creeper, yellow-
hammer or flicker," warbles or
(inch.! i . : ' : .. '
The fine for violating the law
not less than two nor more than
twenty dollars, or imprisonment
in the county jail not more than
twenty days,- or both, at the
discretion of the court.
, To Preserve Honev. To
keep honey all the year round,
let it run through a fine seive
to separate it from the particles
of wax; then boil it gently in
an earthen vessel, skim off the
foam which gathers on top, and
cool it in jars. After covering
these tightly, set them away in
a cool cellar.
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar
JiiffredivnU of Vtf
tloubteil 'J'onie vulue
conjoined with the
rloli inculPlnul qimll
tle of Tnr, which
cause it to build up
lift wrilK Mlltl 4IO
bllltuloil niKt rnp.
(Jly roMlore ox.
It cluaiiHes Urn Hiom.
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in a rnptrlor Ton-
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i w Mil""" no muul. Itof-
jcltiRlly euro all
jSTew Music ! !
J. ..Peters. 599 Broadway. NY.,
Ami umiloil, iiost-imld, on receipt of iniu koil
iiicii. m aii
Above am) IH Ihw. Sncrnl Hong
Ilnck to tliu Old nic, Honir nml ( Ihj-
Ilciuitlfnl Kunu nf my Kremlin .KU'wiut.
Darling, Wuci no mure, bong nml ( Im-
l)u nut Wen to, Hlntvr ilmiii'iK.
Don't forgot to M'rllu mu. Kong nnrl I 'ho-
Polil vu our liiimU. Honir or
Duct . . . Itiiililimi.
Ciuiio to tin.' lluivvnly Ciiinlun. Hong
If you tti'l'f! I.wnlilil yonf H(iiig..Slmltiirl(.
jvim mi1, i.unnig. uro wo pnrt ptownrt.
I.lttlo lllind Nell. Song nml Cliorim.
I, llllo Dun. Hung mid Clinrua Iluvn.
lonl. fnri'vor nt J'hv Hldn Diiiik.
Mi'Cl mo, Hi'KHio, In III Dull .. . Btcwnrt.
MUi't inn, DiMirciil, Willi a Kla. . ..Diiiikn.
Mvliov ihtohh tlui Him lluva.
Oil! (ilvenuiii Homo in tliiiHuiilh. . Ilii'vx,
Oh, Hum I Hons; nml Cliorui IIiivh.
Only lor Yon I llulliid Di'llniix.
Our J.lttlu l'i't. Hong nml (JIum-iih 1 1 iivk.
l'niui, ntuy home. Tttmiiuriitive Hoiig.
Hiivo ono II rigid Crown formo Jluyn.
no iiiuy yon hiiix unit Hons, limit.
Wilt tliim Wci'ii whun I am l.owf
rol,KAH.-Hiinlwm, liy Klnkcl. IH r.UA
lli'llr ol Wivrntnga, liy victor, "1 i'tj,(
FIowith, liv Hlmoii, )ISi't,
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liol.ol'H. Cliartlc'a nml Kredillo'n liv Ken-
HIU'ITIH:HKH.-KiHhI(1Ihu(U. by Voiniif.
SOi'ta,; Mnr Aloinlug, liy Hclimlilt.WutH.i Hun.
im'Biii, ny iiiiiiini,:iu cu.ftnn tviinu auy nin
kid ; .'la.
M A lit 1 1 KH. Hello of Harntogn, liy Ilmnn.
Imi'li, 40 rt. t Molllu'i. by Kliikul, 85 ('In.
wAll'.KK. Clnilln. Uvorulu'o, IotHo',
Hnlllu'v uutl AlHKglii, by Kinkul, (uu'h !I5uU
I iti)ih of Dinv, by Allurd, 40 ctcj HuiibcHni, by
Wuxi', (lct, ,
Foil It II ANIIH.-Aiimryll", " C"! ''"'
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I'liiliui ul Woman I'olkH-llHmirko ull by
HAI.OV I'lKt'KR.nnnre of tlio llnymiv
ki'm, WIIkoii, 7Sctn. I-ove'i I nrninwii, Kin
ki'l, 40t'tN. Mny lloHonin, Ulnki'l, SO I'll,;
I'liilntoili'K Vli'iimI'imul, 40 ula., Wlilipurliig
llrmw. WIIhoii. SO rU.
Any of tho uhovi) nmllml. pot-)Rlil, on ru-
ow, .1. L. I'Kl'EUS, m nronihvy, N, Y
') Medicines.,. jTT
fJHE ROMANCE 0 CURE! "
Tho many evlrtiwct of -f xtrnordlnnry annm
that aro dally ivportcil asi'a'ertiid tln-ongh
DR. RADWAY'S ,i
Ready ltollef and Vml!ct rnrgatlvo l'illn, iu
written tiMtiiiioiilHls from nil mi-tn of the
woilil.eunm.seiln wouiloi'lhu most extravagant
ininiclcs of I'lu liiuu men I . riiyidcluita and
medical :;uin in all coiuitrivi piDiioiinac these
wondorfu! i'iiuedi: u nivnterv, that nt'itlior
tlieirHiduni'oor unal.VKin ur ol.nitli-ul Bklllcan
explain. 'J'ruo, llR-au nieiliuines cfleot tlio
moat marvelous cures, and restore tlio dying to
life, and relievu the most wrali'hcil ruim-nuf-feriug
victim of IiIm torluivH, in from out to
homty minutes, and nltliougli Ibey know some
of the ingredients of their i'(iiiiiositiou, and Dr.
Railway lias imlilisliod their formula (with,
holding only two newly din -overod rootn), still
both Krendi, German, Knu'.u h ami American
chemists and iihurmiireiitiNts utterly fail with
the same ingredients as prepared liv them. The
great suecctis, wliieh llieso woudurful reiuodiee
areetnistantly achieving, lies In the great se
cret of combining the liigredientH uigether,
after exercising duo care iu selecting the pure
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry as the
8ARSAl'AltILU AX KICsni.VKNT, KKADY
UKL1KFA HADWAV'Sl'Jl.IA are without
parallel in tho History of Jlcdiclue, for there
are some inllnnllies ami diseases that are con
uidereilns incurable, and sure death. .Yet the
most astoundinir euros have been made thro
these remedies of soniKdiscmes that have nev
er been known to be cured hv medicine.
CONSllMH'lON, SLIIOVIILA.I WHITE
SWKLIIXU, Tumors In the Wouiii, Stiiinaeh,
Uvaries, Dowels, Jtright's Oiseaso of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced Incurable,
Cancers, ricuj'H.SwclIingH, Wtone iu the Jllad
der, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and 8ors of
tho Bones, llickcts so deeply seated that no
other medicines liavo hei u known to reacn.
have, been cured bv the SA HSAPAKILI.IAN
RKSOLVKNT, aided bv the ItKADV KKLICF
l'alsy. l'nralvsis. Drv fianireiie tbr.t thivat-
ens a living iloatli dally lxitting aw ay of. the
limbs and flesh Diabetes. Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Kungi in the Jt ladder (tin
Emneror Xaoolcon's ilis,.iisi'i.'l'iiHiii inu. nni.u
when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM,
GOUT,NEUUAI.llIA-each and every one of
theso complaints tlnuigli but a few of the
many other diseases. Kinlwav'sHareauarilliau
Resolvent lias cured and U daily curing in all
parts of tlio w orld.
la ono word, any disease no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
uicrcascn uy una, impure, ilepraved, weak.
uuu, w uuirv or
hiu, MaUiry or poidonud lilooil csn lie ciirtil
iy UADXVAY'S SAKHAI'ARILMAN KK
Dr. Railway & Co. havo never claimed one
huudretlipartof the curative virtues for their
remedies as isasurilied to them by the lieople
who have used'tlieiii; for bear in ininit, only
BHcUdisiittses and cwnplaintsns Dr. Undway,
aftorsnccossful treatment with thoir remeilius
knew they would cure, were enumerated in
dlnary eases that have bu'u reported awaken
ed as much astoiilshmoilt In tha discovery of
their remedial agents n In those who liadbecu
rescued from irealh, null niiiilo whole and
As many persons illsi.rediti'd their extraor
dinary power, from the fai t of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised reme
dlcs and some bfliovcd it imuosniblo lur
simple medicines made onlv from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, e. should possess
such marvelous power. Vctthry can readily
comprolieud that the niuiple grasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed liv nature In the cow and
churn, furnishes us wilh butler certainlv the
most abundant fat, caloric or lieat-inaWi'iig
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew nml blood-making
constituents for the human bndv.
But when thoso people who' first doubt tho
efficacy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE OXLY SAFE & Sl'HE REMEDY FOR
- TAPE, I'lN, WORMS Of ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never hns a medicine inkcu In turn ally, been
known to have cured Tumors, cither of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or liowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienred surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
saparilliun settles this ijucsiiou. It lias cured
over twenty persons of Orarinn Cysts nd
Tumors, as well ns Tumors in the Dowels,
l' torus, Womb. Liver. Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, nml Culculous Concretions.
Tumor of 1 Years' Growth Cured by
llKVEIIl.Y, M ass., July 18, latB.
Dr. Radwav: I havo had Ovarian Tumor
In the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there wits mi help for it, tried every
tlilfur that yns recommended, but nothing
helped me. 1 saur your Itcsolvunt ami thought
I would try it, but hud no faith iu it, bocause
I hail suffered for 12 years. I took six bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Heady Kelief.and
thvre is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel hotter, smarter and happier
than I have for 11 veins. The .vorst tumor
was in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you fur the beiiellt of
others. You can publish it if vou choose.
JIANNAll 1. KNAPP.
k AN IM POUT ANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through,
out the United Htates:
Nkw York, Oct. 11th, 1BI0.
Dr. Raiiway Dear Sir: 1 am induced by a
sense of duty to the siill'uring to make a brief
statement of the working of your medicine on
myself. Kiirseverid years I liavo been atlllct
eel with some trouble in the bladder nml urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted iu a most terribly nlllictiuir disease, which
the pliysiciuns all said was siiasinndio stric
ture in tho iirethn, as also inhumation of tho
kidneys and bladder, mid gave it as thoir
opinion that my age "a years would prevent
my ever gelling ruuicaiiy cured. 1 nan trieil
a number of iihvsiciniiH. mul IihiI taken n. lnrun
quantity of uiedioino, both allopathic anil hu
UKcopathiu, but got no relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; unit home lour mounts ago I read a
notice In the Philadelphia rfnturdny Evening
rostoi a cure Having neen ciiortoii on a per
sou who hud long been siill'eringnsl had been
I went right otr and got some of each vour
Harsanarilliun Resolvent, Itendy Relief, ami
Keguiaung nils nun commenced taking
them. In three days 1 was greatly relieved.
auu now leei us wen as ever. '
J. W. JAM EH, Cincinnati, O.
Price one Hollar per hot lie. Hold liy Drug
gists every where, and nt Dr. Uiul way's, Ho. ii
Warren, cor. Church St., M. V.
HADWAY'S READY ltEIJKFII
Cures the worst Pains In from l.toSO minutes!
rir-NOT ONE HOUR after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with puin.
RAD WA V'S UK A Tt Y IlKUXf
Is a cure for every pain. It whs the first and
Is ths only Pain Remedy that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays inuamuia
turns, and cures eongustiousr wiiellier uf the
Lungs, Htomacb, liowels or other glands and
organs, by one upplic .thin, In from one to
twenty minutes. Sit mnlUir how violent nr
excruciating the puin, the RbeitniHtic, Ited
rldden, Inllrm, Cripiiled, Nervous, Neuralgle
or prostrated with disease may suffer, . ,
SAD WA Y8 ItF.A It i' It K LIEF
Will afford Inslunl ease:
Inflammation of I lie Kidneys, InllainmiUloa of
the liladder, Intbiminullou of tlio liowels,
Congestion of tho I.ungs, Here Throat, Dim.
cult Breathing. Palpitation of the llenrt,Hys
terlcs, Croup, Diptheria. ( atnrrh, Influenza,
Headache, Toothache, Ncurulglo, Itlieuma
tisin, Colds. Chills, Ague Chills.
The application of the lleudy lliillef to the
iiartnr parts w here tlio pain or difficulty ex
ists will afford eu.e and comfort. i
SO Drops in a liulf tuinbler WatMrwIII,
in a few minutes, cure t urnips, Spumus, Hour
Htomach, Ileartbiiru. hlek Jleadache. Dlai
rhu'a, DvsenteiT, Colle, Wind ii) the Dowels,
and all Internal Pains,
Travektrs shinibl always carry a bottle of
Itadwuy's Relief with tli'eui, A few drops In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
changa of water. It is better than i'rouch
llranuy or lllllers us u stiiuidiint.
Fever anil Ague cured for DO cents.
There Is not a remedial agent In this world
that will cure Fever and Ajruo, and all that
Malarious. Hill Ions, Hcurlct, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (sided bv Railway's Pills) so
ipilek as Railways Itendy Relief. DO cents nor
PEBFEOT PURGATIVE PI 3
Perfectly tnstcleM, elegant Iv coated, tnr the
cure of all disorders of the Htoiniieh. Liver,
liowels, Kidneys. liladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, CouHtlpnlloiCostlveuess, Indiges
tion, Dyapupsin. Biliousness, unions fever,
Inflammation of the liowels, Piles and all de
rangemeutsof tint iiilariiulviseura, warranted
U effect a positive cure. ...
eUUKLY VKOKTAIII.K. C.inlnliilng no
Mernurr, Mlneriils. or deletrrlonsdrngs. i
I"' ibserve the following symptoms Ve.
lulling from diseases of the digestive organs;
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
blood to the Head, Auidlly of the Htoniaeb,
Nausea, Heartburn, Dlsirttst for fissl, Full
ness or welilit In the Pit of ilia hioii.i.
Swimming of the Head, Hurried anil dlltleiilt
llrealhlnif. F ullering' at tho flmri. .Linu
or Huffoe.uling Heiisiitlons when in a lying I'n
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Webs liefore
, .....ii,. ... ... . iniou, i.iimur vt ens iMire
the Bight, Fever ami Dull Pain In the Head,
Deficlencv In Persiilrnlloii. Vellmtno.. ,.f n,
Hkin and Eyes. Pain in the Hide, I beat, Limbs
andHuddcn Flushes Of bent, Iliirnlngin the
Flesh. A few (loses of Railway' Pills will
free tha sysU'irl from all tlio nlsivo disonlers.
.. Trine 95 Cents per Tlnx.
KADWA Y A (X),, HI Witrin t or Church HU
tjjr-Ucsd Fnlso mid True, Hend one letter
st Slim to Kadwiiy A Co.. No. Ihl Wnrren. nor.
Church Ht., N. Y. Information worth thous-
HUUiwill uo so tit you.
i -f '.
Nowsuauer, Hook and Job
Second Story IIowkn'h Building, Alaiu Strecl
MeARTIIL It, OHIO.
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