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Summer Care of Horses.
A correspondent writes:
"The horse is of more value
-..to man than all the other aui-
.,iaU o(hs earth; he has been
the obedient and constant
friend of man for near four
thousand years, ever ready at
his master's lidding, rewarding
him with his labor in proportion
o the skill and kindness of
using him." Treat him kindly
. and gently, and he will come
from the pasture at your cal
ling; he has confidence in you;
but treat him with harshness
nnd hrntft force, and vou awa-
ken in him the worst feelings
of his noble nature, lie does
not obey you only as he is forc
ed to; if you waul him from
the pasture you must got help
and corner him and catch him
by force ; he does not like your
company; by your roughness
with him you have awakuued
his vicious nature, and made
him a dangerous and unprofita
But his health and comfort
we should look alter when we
require his constant labor in the
long and hot days of Summer.
Many farmers do not appear to
think or care about the comfort
of their horses, they will im
prison them of nights in the
stable on a hard floor, and even
tie them up with a ropo around
their neck, and feed them on
dry corn every meal all Sum
mer, with salt once a week.
Reader, just think of this
matter lor a moment. Suppose
you were to work for me this
season, and I should set before
you corn bread, meat and coffee
every meal, without change and
without salt, would you not
think that I kept a poor board-
ins-house ? Your horses have
the same opinion of you.
I feed my horses in the fol
lowing manner: For six horses
I fill a barrel with corn. I then
cover the corn with water, ad
ding a handful of salt I feed
them corn for breakfast, and
feed a cut mess of sheaf oats
and bran for dinner, with a very
little salt added. For supper I
feed oats. Occasionally I give
a feed of corn not soaked, and
in this way I manage to have a
chauge often. My horses are
contented; they eat all I give
them; arc never sick, and are
always ready ai?d able to do
what is required of them. I do
not imprison my horses in the
stable, but let them have the
liberty of the pasture, field or
stable, as they desire. When
convenient, I water my horses
between meals during the hot
days of Summer, but allow
them to take but little at a time
A New Poison.
There has lately been discov
ered a poison called in.ea
which is said to be more subtle
than digitaline. It is obtained
by pressure from the seeds of
strophantus hispidus, an apoc
ynaceous plant, found at Ga
boon; and from experiments
made with samples of it, taken
from arrows, upon which the
natives pluce it, it appears that
it acts more powerful than dig
italine or antiarine, and quickly
paralyzes the heart. Three mil
ligrams kill a frog, a sparrow,
or a dog, though the resistance
of certain animals varies. A
snail, lor instance, requires
five milligrams ; a mouse has
withstood three milligrams .of
the extract (obtained by mas
cerating'tho 'sced3 in alcohol),
while the latter doso kills a
dog nearly a thousand times
, heavier than a mouse. The
heart comen to a complete
standstill after a few irregular
Crullers. Six tablespoon
fuls melted butter, six table
spoonfuls sugar, 6ix egge, and
flour enough tofroll.
Soda Oake. Four eggs, one
pint sugar, one tea-cup butter,
one cup sweet milk, one quart
Hour, one teaspoonful soda, two
of cream tartar.
Mountain Cake. One cup
sugar, two eggs, half cup. but
ter, half cup milk or water, two
of Hour, one teaspoonful cream
tartar, half teaspoonful soda,
PuESERViNG Chickens. Pul
verized charcoal sprinkled over
dressed poultry, after the. ani
mal heatls expelled, will pre-
serve it irom spoiling lor some
time' in hot weather.
Cleaning Kids. To clean
kid gloves, take one part of
curd Boat) and three Darts of
water. Mix with heat, and
then stir in one part of essence
of citron. A little of this rul
bed over the kid will readily
remove all dirt without injuring
the glove or leaving any un
Tea Cake. One cup white
sugar, half a cup butter, one
cup sweet milk, ouo egg, one-
half teaspoonful soda, one of
cream tartar, and flour enough
to mako it like soft ginger
bread. Flavor with the juice of
a small lemon. This makes a
Butte r.Viilk Muffins. One
quart of sour buttermilk, one
teacupful of sour cream, two
eggs, one tablespoonful of soda,
little salt, Hour enough to
make as thick as pound cake.
Bake in muflin rings placed
upon tins in the oven, from
twenty to thirty minutes, ac
cording to the temperature of
Beeswax. Melt the comb by
boiliug it, in water. When cool
it will form a cake on the sur
face, which may be taken off
and remclted. The impurities
will settle to the bottom, and
may be scraped off If the
first melting is not sutlicient,
remelt until clear. This makes
the yellow wax of commerce.
Washing Powder. Dissolve
two, pounds of soap in five and-a-half
gallons of nearly boiling
water, and to this add three
large tablespoonfuls of ammonia,
and one of spirits of turpentine.
In this the linen is to be soak
ed for three hours, when it is
readily cleansed, requiring but
little rubbing. Ammonia docs
not affect linen fiber as soda
Pineapple Water. To make
pineapple water, peel and slice
a moderate-sized pineapple, and
beat it to a pulp in a mortar ;
put this into a basin, and pour
in a pint of boiling sirup ; add
the juice of a lemon ; stir to
gether, cover up, and set it
aside for two hours: filter it
through a slit seive or jelly-bag
and add a quart of clear, cold
Orange Pudding. Take four
fair sized oranges, peel, seed,
and cut in small pieces. Add
one cup of sugar, and let it
stand. Into one cup of nearly
boiling milk stir two table:
spoons of corn starch, mix yith
little water and the yolks of
three eggs. When done let it
cool, and mix with the orange.
Make a frosting of the whites
of the eggs and half a cup of
sugar. Spread over top of the
pudding; and put it into the
oven for a few moments to
The contract made more than
year ago for the construction of
chain bridge over the Poto
mac, near the Little Falls, has
been annulled and relet, and it
will possibly be completed this
year. It will be entirely of
wrought iron, and will consist
of eight spans, six of them be
ing one hundred and seven-two
feet each, and the other two one
hundred and sixty feet each.
rpHE ROMANCE OF CURE!
The ninny evidences of extraordinary cures
ttiut hio daily rejiortcd as effected through
Ready Relief and Perfect Purgative I'IIIh, in
writtun testimonials from all purls u( the
world, surpass in wonder the, most extravagant
miracles of enchantment. Pliynicinns and
modioli r.iea in all countries pronounce these
wonderful reniodi"., a mystery, that neither
tlieirseloneoof analysis or rhcuiicui .-kill run
explain. True, those medicines ell'ecl the
most marvelous cures, and restore the living lo
life, and relievo the most wretched ptiln-sui-foring
victim uf III tortures, in from one to
twenty minute!), and although Ihey know some
of the Ingredients of llmtr composition, and Or.
Railway has published their formula (witli
liohlingonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, tieruinii, Kng'otdi and American
t heniistsnnd pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the sumo Ingredients as prepared by them. The
great success, which these wonderful rente lit s
hio constantly achieving, in the great se
cret uf combining the ingredients together,
after exercising duo care in selecting the pure
Sticlt wonders of .Modern ChcniMiv m, the
S A US A I' A It 1 1,1,1 A N II list ) 1. V KNT, ItIC V I V
m-.i.ir.r HAiiwAi'B I n.i.s, are without
parallel la the History of Medicine, for there
are some inllrinities anil diseases that are eon .
sideredns incurable, and sin e death. Vet ilie
most astounding cures have been made tin.'
thesii remedies of some diseases that have nev
er been known to lieeured hv medicine.
( UNSl MITION, St ItOrTI.A, W1IITK
S KI.MNii, Tiiinoin in the Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries. J'.o.K Plight's Diseiti'C of the Kid
neys that liar.; been pronounced iniurnbU',
Ca-ireis, I "leers, Swellings, stone in the Mad
der, ( 'iileul.ius t onci etion. I leers and Son-sot
the Hones, Rickets so decplv sealed that no
other ineilii'i :i -s have been known to i-eni-h.
have been cured liv tho SAUSAl'ARll.l.lAX
ltit)I.VKNi',iiiitUh the HEADY HKl.IKF
and PI U.S.
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry (..mgeuu that threat
ens a living ileatlt daily rotting nwuv of the
limbs, and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the Madder (the
Kinperor Napoleon's disease). Torturing pains
when discharging urine, ItllliU JI.VT1SM,
HOOT, X Kl! U A I.GI A each and every one of
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, lladwav'sSursaniirilllan
Resolvent litis cured and isilailv curing hi all
parts of the wot Id
Inone word, any disease no matter ttiidei
lint name designated, that is nourished or
increased by bad, impure, ilonravod, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can lie cured
by RADU'AV'S SAliSAPAltli.UAN liK
SOLVEXV Dr.liadway & Co. linvo never claimed one
hiiudretli part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by the people
w ho have ued them; for bear in mind, onlv
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Railway,
after successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enuuienued in
their eura live list, so that many of the extraor
dinary cases that have been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial agent as in those who hnd lieen
rescued from death, and male whole and
As litany pet Minn discredited their extraor
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use nf other advertised reme
dies mid soiiie believed it impossible lor
simple uieilii ines made only from vegetable
substances-mots, herbs, &c. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readilv
comprehend that the simple grasses of th'e
Held, afterundergolng the chemical process of
distillation designed bv nature in thecownnd
churn, furnishes us w ith butter certainly the
most nliiindnnt fit t, caloric or heat-iuaki'ng
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for the human body.
Hut w hen those people who' first doubt the
efflency of these remedies commence their use,
t bey become their most earnest advocates.
TlIK OXI.Y SAFK ft 8UUK liEMKDV FOK
TAl'K, 1'I.N, WOJfMS of ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE,
Never lias a medicine taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either' of the
Womb, I' tents. Ovaries or Dowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced 6itr;:eons but Dr. HioUviiy'a Sar
saparillian settles tills question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns' well as Tumors In thii llowels,
I' tents, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Kll'usioii,
Ascites, mid Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured 1y
Itudu uy's Resolvent.
ItuviMti.Y, Mass., Julv IS, l.stw.
Dit. IIaiiway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
saiil there was no help for it. I tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent anil thought
I would try it, hut had no faith In it, because
I had sullVred for 12 years. I took six bottles
of lliu Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and imeil two buttles of your Ready Relief.and
there is not a sign of it tiiinor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I have for li years. The .vorst tumor
was in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I w rite this to yon for the benelll of
olhers. You can publish it if von choose.
II ANNA1 P. KXAI'l'.
AN IMPORTANT LET TIC It
From a promlnunt gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to (he new spaper publishers through
out the United Stales:
XnwYoitK, Oct. lllh, 181(1,
Dk. IIaiiwav Dear Sir: I Riu induced by it
sense of duly to the sullering to make a brief
statement of the working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I have been ulllict
eil with some trouble ill tho bladder ami urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted Pi a most terribly iilllleting dbense, which
the physicians all saiil was spasmodic stric
ture in the uretha, as also iiillaiiinlioii of the
kidneys and bladder, and travu it as their
opinion Hint my age Ti years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. 1 hail tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a large
ijiiautily of medicine, both allopuihic mid ho
iiiicopiithic, but got no relief, J hud read of
astonishing cures having been maile by your
remedies; and Mime four months ago 1 read a
notice in Hie Philadelphia (Saturday Kvening
Post of a cure havinir been effected' on a nee-
son who had long been sulTeringas 1 hud been
I went right oil ami got some of each your
arsiiiiiiriiiinn iiusoivcut, iteimy i.ciiei, anil
Regulating - Pills and commenced takm;
them. In three dnvs I was greatly relieve,!
and now feel us well ns ever.
J. W. JAMKS, Cincinnati. O.
Price one dollar per bottle. Kohl bv liruir
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Railway's, No. Hi
it arreu, cor. murou nu, a. l .
Cures the worst Piiins In from 1 to 20 minutes!
ttfiS-NOT OXK HOUR after rending this
advertisement need any one suffer witli pain.
HA I) WAY'S RKADY XKI.lfiF
Is a cure for every nain. It van thn imt. ntnl
is the only Pain licmedy that instantly stops
iiiu niosi i'.eriiciiiiiiig pains, nnays iniiamnui
tions, and cureu congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Htoinach, Rowels or other glands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating thn pain, the Hliotiinatie, lled
ridden, I n II i in. Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may sutler,
Jf A J WAY'S JIKAJJY RRL1KF
Will iifTord Instant ease:
Iiifianimation of the Kidneys, Inllammiitloii of
the liladdcr. Inflnmmntlon of the llowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, More Throat, I i 111 -cult
llreathlng. Palpitation of the lleurt.llvs
terlc.s, Croim. Dlpllierin, Catarrh, lnlluen.n,
Headache. Toothache, Neuralgia, Rhe a-
tism, Colds, Chills, A goo Chills.
The application of the Ready Relief to the
part or pari where the pain or tlilUoully ex
ists will till'ord ease ami comfort.
20 lirops in i lmir tumbler Wiitnrwill,
in a few miniitus, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diar
rhua, Dysentery. Colic, Wind In the Dowels,
and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry it bottle of
Iladway's Itullef with them. A few drops In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or Hitters ns a stimulant.
EBVBE .A-ItTID A. 0-IT 33.
l''ovr nnil Affiiw mired for CO cents,
There is not a roDiudlal Agent in this world
Hint will euro Fever and Ague, and all that
Malar hois, billions, Hrarlet, Tvphold. Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's i'ills) so
itiiek us Railways Ready Relief, tu cents per
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure of all disorders of thn Stomach, Liver,
Rowels, Kidneys, Jlladder, Nervous Diseases,
Hcadacho, Constipation, CoBtivoness, Indiges.
tion, Dyspepsia, biliousness, lllliotis Fever,
Inflammation of the llowels. Piles and all de
rangements of the internal Vlscern,warinnted
to elleet a positive cure.
PVRKLY VEGETABLE. Coulnlulii(r no
Mercury, il In wills, or deleterious drugs.
ft-iir-Olisorvo tho following svmiitoins re.
uiun:f irom Diseases oi uio in
s, Fullness uf the
CmiHliimt on. Inward Piles,
Mood to tho Head, Acidity of the Mtomaeh,
frntlsen, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight in tho fit of tho Htoinach,
Swimming of thn Head, Hurried and illllleiilt
Ureal blnir. Fliitterinir at tho Heart, ( hokluir
or Sullociitliig Sen sal Ions when in n lying Pos
ture, iiimnesnoi vision, nuts or wens before
the SI it ht. Fever and Dull Pain In tho Head.
Deficiency in Perspiration, Yellowness of tho
Skis and ICyes, Pain In the Hide, Chest, Limbs
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Burnlnif In the
Flesh. A few doses of Railway's Pills will
free the system from All tho above disorders.
Price 35 Cent per Box.
UA DWAY & CO., 33 Warron cor Church Nt.
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stump to Railway A Co., No. Kl Warren, cor.
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Tho nidst perfect protection against nccl
dents ill t!') world.
jBfjXew and elegant Dav Coaches una
ro dally lines of Pullman's Palace Kleeiiimi
t ars are run through from KANSAS t'JTV
10 i;uini-y, uaiesnurg, juemiotii and
Also, n daily line of Piillnuin's Palace Hleeii.
Ing I ars tVoin ATCHISON ami ST. JOSICI'll
to.Iacksoiivillaiid8priiigllold, and new and
elegant Day Coaches from Kansas City to lu
dianapolls and Cincinnati w ithout change
fry-To seeiiro all the modern Improve
nieiiis In Hallway traveling, purchase tickets
via the JlANNiHAb & St. Joskimi hiiout Link,
avoidlnir all tvutiHrcvn Ci-i-ii,. n,i .,1
fifoy Through Tickets for sale at all prin-
elnnl onicnu. Vnwi nl,,',,v. ,.u u 1...
routo. IWggago checked through to nil pi-iu-clpitl
points. o. S. J.VFOHI),
. tleneriil Sup't.
ii. .1. t-Alllvblc, Uen'l Ticket Agent.
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
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llne and arrive at points named below ns lol-
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Clevolanil.Lv A,7:iKIAuA4:rsUi'M 10:45 PM
Erie ArlU:l 7:10 lSftAM
Diigklrk Il:Nl 0:10 a -.Ml
llull'alo d 1:10 pm HI :;tt 4:05
Ilnf. (vl' 'rle)I,v 2:31) Fii . . 7o1o0-am
HornellsvillcArS B:I5 8:85
Corning 7:'J5 1l:ii
Elnilra 8:00 10:1
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itoehester. .Ar J4:20
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Close coiineetions made nt Columbus with
tho Columbus ,t Hocking Valley It-iilroail.
Through Tickets for sale at Athens.
Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
On All Train.
For particular, iiilorniution in regard tn
througli tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East. West, North and South, apply to
or address E. FORD, Coliiiiibiis, Ohio,
K. S. FLINT. (Imii. Sup't.
General Agent, Columbus, Ohio,
T'lissongei- A gout. 'oliiiiilnis. Ohio.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Llnototlie Lakes and tlio North
TWO EM'KKSSTUAINS DAILY,
(1:10 a. 111.
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1:10 p. 111.
2:15 p. m.
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7:10 a. 111,
11 :45 a. 111.
Spi iiigileld ..
I 'ay ton
( loso connection made at Lancaster for Clr.
clevllle. Znnesville mid all lioluts on the Cin
cinnati und Muskingum Valley Itailroad.
Direct connections inado at Culiimbus fin
Dayton, Sprlngllcld, liidlniiiiiolis, Chicago
ami all points West. Also, for Cleveland,
llull'alo, Pittsburgh, and nil points East.
Take the Hocking Valley and Pan Handle
route to ( hii nuo and tho Northwest: it is tlio
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving pnsscn gets
the benefit of ipilcker time and lower rates
than by any other line.
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B. A 1K-KL!.. tien'l Ticket Aicnt.
Is 0110 of tlio best inanriL'ed
Insurance Companies iu Ohio.
Hates as low an any No. 1.
Ijokscb promptly adjusted
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