How to Destroy Rodents.
The Los Angelos (Cal.) Star
gives the following as a success
ful method to destroy gophers
aad,squirrels. One farmer has.
just successfully poisoned some
thousands of squirrels that had
partly destroyed a grain field.
His plan was as follows : First
he purchased four bits of strych
nine, which he, dissolved,.. in a
teacup of vinegar; tbis'i he let
stand halt a day, stirring it oc
casionally. This cupful- qf vin
egar and strychnine he then
poured into three gallous of wa
ter, into which he added a pint
of brown sugar, which destroy
ed the taste of the vinegar and
poison. He then distributed
the preparation about the field,
placing it in little earthen or
other vessels as near as the
color of the ground as they can
be procured. During the' warm
parts of the day the ; rodents
went to these vessels .by'Jiun
dreds,!and never had time to
get to their holes, anffce; dead
ly is the poison that fotii'bits
worth of strichnine will lay ont
from three to four hundred
rodents. We presume that the
plan which has been so success
ful in California witli gophers
to rats, mice and other small
Factory Butter in Canada.
Factory butter is in far better
demand and at better prices
than that made by farmers.
Why? Because in butter facto
ries, skilled labor is employed
to direct the manufacture. The
milk from the cows of the farm
er whose wife knows nothing
about butter making, is as val
uable as that from the cows of
the farmer whose wife un
derstands it perfectly. Once
at the factory, it enables one to
get as large a price for the pro
duct of his cows as the other.
Thus the system of co-operation
is gradually yet surely winning
its way. It will not be long
before other products will be
cared for iu a similar manner.
The necessities of civilization,
the difficulty of obtaining skill
ed labor and the necessity of
paying good prices for that
which is available, will force co
operation among farmers, which
will result in cheaper and better
products and greater profits to
Destruction of Ants.
A valuable discovery has
been made by ar French gentle
man whose garden was invaded
by ants. They swarmed at
Rambouillet in his flower bas
kets and among his flower beds
to such a degree that it was im
possible to attack them with
boiling water without killing
the plants. He therefore took
another course. After stirring
up the ant heaps and removing
the eggs, he scattered over them
a few handfulls of guano; and
with such success that his
whole garden was presently
cleared. This gentleman re
gards guano a3 ant poison, and
he declared it to be his convic
tion, that under all circtimstan
ces its action would bo the same.
He found it useful to water the
guano slightly after having ap
plied it,but it does not appear
that this was of so much rouse-
quence to the ants as to the
. To Preserve Honey. To
keep honey all the year round
let it run throuuli a lino seive
to separate it from the particles
of wax ; then boil it ger tly in
an earthen vessel, skim off the
foam which gathers on top, and
pool It in jars. After covering
fheee tightly, set them away in
a cool cellar.
Death of Barnum's Rhinoceros.
Early yesterday afternoon
Barnum's large rhinoceros gave
signs of unusual excitement,
and presently began a vigorous
assault upon the iron Lars of
the cage, vainly endeavoring to
break through. The struggles
of the great brute divnv ;t crowd
around the cagv, but when the
wood-work begau to succumb
to the furious assaults of the
enraged animal, and it became
evident that there was great
dauger of its escaping from its
confinement, the feeling of cu
riosity gave way to that of fear,
and when the huge monster,
with a terrific snort and power
ful thrust with its head, carried
away the top of the cage, rip
ping it off as though it were
thin gauze, the crowd became
paralyzed with fear. Women
and children shrieked with ter
ror and sought safety iu flight,
strong men stood speechless be
fore the danger which threaten
ed them. The struggles of the
dyiug animal were fearful to
behold, but fortunately were of
short duration. As it was the
cago was torn and shattered so
as to render it unfit for further
use, and had the paroxysms
continued a few moments lon
ger, loss of human life might
have resulted. The dead ani
mal was the largest ono of its
species in the country, and cost
nearly 20,000. We did not
learn the cause of its death, but
understood that it died from a
fit. The corpse will be sent to
the Smithsonian Iustitute for
Keeping Eggs Fi-esh.
The most convenient and sat
isfactory way to keep eggs
fresh is to take an old tin pail,
punch numerous holes in the
bottom and sides, and, after fill
ing it with fresh eggs, lower it
into a kettle of melted tallow,
as hot as can be without burn
ing one's fingers when thrust
into it; then lift the pail out
quickly and the melted tallow
will flow out, leaving a thin
coating on every egg. Remove
the eggs from the pail and pack
them in a keg or barrel ; place
in a cool cellar until wanted for
use. Eggs have been kept
thus more than six months, so
fresh that expert judges suppos
ed they were fresh. The eggs
being so much colder than the
melted tallow, a thin covering
of cold tallow will be formed al
most instantly, which will ren
der the shell impervious to the
Remedy for Chapped Hands.
An exchange says ; "The
easiest and simplest remedy is
found in every storeroom. Take
common starch and grind with
a knife until it is reduced to
the smoothest powder. Take
a. clean box and fill it with
starch, thus prepared, so as to
have it continually at hand for
use. Every time the hands
are taken from the suds or dish
water, wipe them, and while
they are yet damp rub a portion
of starch thoroughly over them
covering the whole surface. The
effect is magicl. The rough
smarting SKin 13 cooieu and
soothed, and healed, bringing
and insuring the greatest de
gree of comfortjand freedom from
this by no means insignific ant
On the 10th of August, the
ono hundred and second day
since the opening of the Vien
na Exposition, the first million
florins received for entrance fees
were counted. It does not
seem probable, after this show
ing, that by the 31st of October
4,000,000 of florins, the sum
anticipated in the beginning as
the amount that would be paid
at the door would be forthcom
ing, the failure of the Expos!
tion of Vienna in this respect is
in marked contrast to the suc
cess of that of Paris, which in
six months received 10,000,000
The Arctic whaling licet
this season, mostly sailing from
New Bedford, number thirty
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these remedies of some diseases that have nev
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neys that have been pronounced Incurable,
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hundreth part of the curative virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by the people
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dinary cases that have boon reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial agents a in those who had been
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Asmanvneraons diae.nxlitAd their vxtrnnr.
(Unary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised reme
diesand some believed it impossible fin
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constituents for the human body.
Hut when those people who first doubt the
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TAPE, PIN, A WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken internallv. heen
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Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; the knife
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DR. Radwat: I have had Ovarian Tumor
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helped me. 1 saw your Resolvent anaUlioflght
I would try it, but had no faith in it, because
I had suffered for IS vears. I took six bodies
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief , and
there is not a si en of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
mau i nave tor years. Tlie worst tumor
was iu the left side of the Itowels, over the
groin. I write this to vou for the benellt of
olhers. You can publish it If you choose.
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astonishing cure having been made by your
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i-osi oi a cure naviug oeen enecieu on a per
son who had lonirbeensufferiuiraslbad been
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Regulating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
anu now ieui as wen aa ever.
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and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CRESTLINE.
The following arc the distance and fare
from Columbus, Ohio
Mile To Kit res.
)i6 Delowaro - KJ
40 Coriliugton - 1,45
58 tiiilliiii ................. J.05
OH Crentllno - t.to
71 Shelby - a. 60
0 N. London - 8.20
101 Wellington -- - 8.50
liift lii ea - .................. 4.40
i:W ( Icvelanil 4.60
70 Marion v.hO
1111 lielleloutinne - - - ........... S.40
14 Sidney - 8.15
1"7 I 'n Ion G.60
7ft Miiiislleld ................
lnS-Alliuiira i.. 6.80
104 Furost 8,bo
15 Lima 4.-.0
1114 Van Wert - ....... ciuj
ll Ft. Wnvne 625
113 Siindusky ............. 4.10
21 Detroit 7.8s
o9 Plltjburjrh 7.40
&td llnrvlMnirfrh ............ lit.uo
OUT riiiliulilpliia - 15.ro
5So Unltiiiuiro . ............
8'J1 Iluffalo 10.110
DM Magma Falls ........... 15.KO
824 Surotnira .............. ir,.ot)
741 New Viirk ------- ...... n.fO
U71 IJiwtou via New YotI - - - .... 211,50
61H ItiKloti via AlbRny 20.i)0
188 Indimiupolis ............ H.20
lvO t.lucTiiiinti-- . .- 4.00
4"0 St. Ixuiid ... ..... 18.00
W2 Kansas (;ity ... 28.00
750 Leavenworth ... ....... ail.OO
771 Lawrencu . ao.dO
700 Topcku 82.35
rXKI-St. Jiweph 28.00
43 Chicago ... . 11.45
4-7 Milwatikeo - 14.45
448- Purliugton ........ ... it 79
51)8 Pcot la" 15,55
7MI-St. Paul - - 20.45
524 La Crosse ....... .. 24,45
700 Ilea Moines ............. a.wio
r24 H(H-kislimil H.M5
K14 (liiinliA 81.45
Mil Cellar It:,pids ......... 20.85
570 Iowa City S0.50
2:W Ilunlcith 111.40
67.-b.in Francisco 189.46
The above rates of faro arc subject to chang
E. FOB II,
Passenger Ag't "Beo Lino," Columbus, O.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Train will leavo Columbus and Crest
line and arrive at points named below a fol
lows: COLU'Bl'8 DlV. NIOHT CIN. FA8T
KXPKK8S RXPKJCR8 KXl'HKBB
Coliiinbtis . Lv l:4SAM;ir:4S 4:O0P at
Wortliington 11:05 4:20
Wcaturviile 11:14 4:28
Lewis Centre 11:24 4:40
Dola'aj-o lAr 8:401 M 11:45 B:0u
uoiajie.. jLy g:55 ,1:56 B;05
Ashley 12:14 m 6M
Curdingtou ....8:81 12:28 5:4A
(iilcnil 12:88 5:57
Cialion 4:05 1.-08 6:25
Cresllni, , Ar 4:15 All d 1 :1 8 :80
Crcsline.. jLy 4;25 ,. . ,5
Shelby 4:45 1:50 7r8
New London... B:ii5 8:24 8:18
Wellington 5:47 T 1 8:43
l.e (iiange H:00
(irattoii 0:10 8:05 9:18
lterea 6:87 8:28 9:50
W. AO. W. Dp7:U8 8:58 10:29
Clevi'laud ..Arb 7:10 AH 4:00 FM 10:,10 PJI
Cluvoluiul.LvAn:30AMAil:4:50rK 10:45 V H
Kilo Ar 10:20 7:10 1:25 Ail
Dunkirk 11:M 9:10 li-RO
UuO'alo. d 1:10 m 10:85 4:03
Huf. (vi"ric)Lv3:30FM i:(Kj All
lloriK'llsvllleArS 5:45 ... 8:26
Corning 7:25 9:40
lClmira 8:00 10:1
Hiugliamton.... 10:05 12:0P II
New York... All :00 AH 7:26F II
Buf.(vlaN( T ..
Y C ft JI Hi LT-U0
U:80p ii5:O0 a m
1:85 A at B 7:05
AlbiMii' 12 rill 111 a!i.1 n t ill u
New iork :l.'i S:40P M 11:S0PH.
Hostou 8:80 A M 5:20 P M 6:80 PM
Clo-io cotinci-.tionB maile at Columbus with
thu Cnlmn'niH ,t Hocking Valloy K'lili-oad.
Tliniuli TickuU for sulc ill Athens.
SSTt'aluce Cay and Sleeping Cars
On All Train.
For imrticitlur inliirmiition iu regard to
tlnwili ticket., time, cntiiierti'in, etc., Uiull
point liii.l. Went, North and Small, apply to
nradtlms. K, FtlKD, Ciiluinluis. Ohio,
K S. FLINT, (in. Slip',
Ucnuj-al Agent, Columbus, Ohlu.
PiiM4.n g,.r Agent I'lilnmhiiN. Olibi.
PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS R. R.
0, ii- mviaioN.
8:80 a, m.
:10 p. 111.
S:15 p, ni,
4:10 p, m.
4:20 p. m.
Now York.. 8:85
N.York ., 9:80 a.m.
l'Mlnilelp'ia. 12:40 p.m.
Pittsburg... 1:85 a.m.
Zanosvlllo.. 8:20 "
" " .. R:80 "
Lancaster.. 10:80 "
" " .. 10:40 "
Cincinnati.. 6:00 p. in.
COLUMBUS & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lake aud tha North
TWO KaTliESsTTUAINB DAILY,
A follow! '
Athens 6:10 a. ni. 1:18 p. ro.
Arriva A iAvh.
Columbus 9:85 a. in. 5:80 11. ni.
Cleveland 4:00 p. m, 7:10 a. 111.
Plttsliurgli 8:15 " 11:45 a.m.
IndlanaiMdl . . 6:55 " 9:10 '
Chicago ,..:) a.m. 6:45 '
Nprlngilelii 1:10 p. in. 7:40 p.m.
I'ayton ........ l:oo :i -
C'ioss eiiiinei lliin madeat Lancaster for ( Ii .
clcvlllo, niiesville and all no hits mi tho C I VI '
olnnntl und Miisklnguin Valluy Itnil mnl.
Direct connections tnnuu at Cuiumbii lui
Dayton, fprlngllelil, Imllanapolis, (hlcaga
and al point West. Also, for 1 levolaud,
Iluffnlo, Pittsburgh, and all K)lnts Kant
Tako tho Docking Valley and Pan HandU
roulo toChlt-airo and th Northwest: It I the
shnrtCHt by Hlty-lx miles, giving paskeuger
thehencllt of quicker time and lowr lute
man uy liny otnur line.
X, A BuiLL, Gen'l Ticket Aveub,
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