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AT communications should be addressed to
K. A. BL KJtit I T,
Ppilifber and ProDrlelor.
W. W, Corcoran, of Valiinrton, ha
survived tliroo of the physicians wlio
pronounced lii.? case hopeless in 1871.
A Fort Ke-'gh, M. T., tlir-ptitch snvu
a horse tumhled l,.10n feet down the
side of Sheep Mountain and walked oil'
There are 7,G0'8,OOO women in Eng
land and Wales who figure as wage
earners a fact which would seem to
indicate that tho right to work at least
is being granted to women with cheer
M. X. Toster, a farmer living near
Hayward. Cal., has a hog which
spends his time with a flock of geese.
Kvery day when the geese go into the
pond for their accustomed swim, the
hog plunges in at the samo time, and
remains as long as thn geese do.
The. state authorities of Massachu
setts have consented to allow another
Sunday train to bo run through the
Hoosac Tunnel, thus to enable the Wa
bash line to run a train through from
St. Louis every day iu the week.
A German industry is the coloring of
meerschaums. The'pipe or cigar hold
er is suspended in a tightly closed box,
and smoke from damp, strong, black
tobacco is blown over and through it
until the desired color is gained.
While the business of canal boat nav-.
igation has been very largely overshad
owed in this country by tho introduc
tion of and development of railroads it
is still of siitlicierit importance to sup
port a population estimated at CO.OiO,
a number about eipial to that of tho
persons engaged in our coasting trade.
Many tenement-house cigarmakers
receive from thciremploycrs 100 pounds
of tobacco, for which they hare to re
turn in.' pounds of cigars. Complaints
are nade that when the tobacco falls
short, cigar stumps, willow, oak and
ilm leaves are used to make good the
deficiency, and that in some instances
1"0 pounds of tobacco have thus been
made to produce J00 pounds of cigars.
A llronklyn girl writes to the papers
that in her o inion "strict fathers are
at the bottom of tlic-e elopements.'1
She savs her papa finds some fault with
all her young gentlemen friends, and
orders her to "give them their walking
papers without either rhvme or reas
on.'1 And when the "riLt one'1 comes
along she declares .-he will elope with
him, if she can't get him in any other
One of the newest and most helpful
electric inventions is the dental and
electric lamp, for the purpose of il
luminating the mouth arid other parts
of the human anatomy. Tho battery
ii.-,ed to produce this light is only six
inches sijuare, but the light it produces
so-brilliant that it penetrates the skin
and actually shows through it the root
of a tooth, enabling a dentist to know
at once what causes any of its diseases.
Some years ago travelers in Dalma
tia noticed large tracts of land covered
by a wild ilower, near which not a
sfgn of insect life was visible. Tho
bloom was the pyrethrum, whose odor
deals death to the lower forms of life,
and whose powdered leaves form tho
bais of "insect powders.'' Tho seed
of this ilower has been distributed in
the United States, and a Dalmatian has
been growing it with great success in
Much interest has recently been ex
cited in Knglish eng'u ring circles by
the announcement of the discovery of a
new motive power by Mr. Kdwin
St urge, w ho has patented the means of
application. According to report, the
new motive power threatens to dis
place steam as the motive power for
driving light machinery and fur all
purposes of light locomotion, cither on
land or water. Arrangements are in
progress to give the invention a public
The Schneetadv i'ltiou tells u Rad
story of how two lives were blasted bv
a llv's misstep. A couple were mar
ried two years ago, and have lived Imp
jiily until a few thus ago. A few morn
ings since a lly fell' into the wife's cof
fee, was pulled out by her husband,
and accidentally tossed upon her plate.
She became ungrv, got her bonnet and
left tho house, ller father has siuco
removed her (fleets to her parents1
home. The separation is final,
Although tho nineteenth e.tate in the
Union in population, New Jersey is
seventh in the amount of capital in
vested in manufacturing, sixth in the
number of workmen thus employed,
and sixth iu the value of her manufac
tured products. Of tho seven great
manufacturing states she is second only
to Massachusetts in the proportion of
her total population that is directly en
gaged in manufaetu ing, and second
only to Massachusetts in the relativo
valuo of manufactured products to
Klh Wheeler, the poetess, s;;ys that
when she began to write she' didn't
know a soul connected with the pre-s,
not even a country editor. She did
not even know where but two or three
well-known literary papers mid maga
zines were published. A little girl of
her own age went to a book storo and
copied oft' tho addresses of ecverid of
them, mid she sent out poenm to inot
of them, coolly reoucsiinjrth litorn to
send their papers as pay for the poem
f Uiey were accepted. 'The very lust
one fccnt t0 responded favorably.
NViitlng of the Kecly motor, tho .S' t-
rnifln. .!. . .i ,
tcriii llio liiHtory of thi time-worn,
StOCk-jobbill!' deci liUon Vil lntelviwnn.
ploted by a public exhibition nt 'Sandy
0A1KO BULLKT1IJ; FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER lfl, Jg4.
Hook, K y. on September 20, of a
pretended 'etherie force1' gun; but
which In reality, to our eye, wa noth
ing m ro than u clumsy air gun, from
which a few bullets wero discharged.
Kcely was present and performed aa a
juggler, much to tho satisfaction of the
assembled crowd of New York stock
brokers who seemed to relish the Keoly
jargon and tho muddy clarity of his
The Arabs of Sahara aro very par
ticular as to the color of their horses.
White is tho color for princes, but does
not stand heat. Tho black brings good
fortune, but fears rocky ground. The
chestnut is tho most active. If ono
tells you ho has seen a horse fly in the
air. ask of what color it was; if he re
plies "chestnut,11 believo him. In a
combat against a chestnut you must
have a chestnut. The bay is tho hardi
est and most sober. If one tells you a
horse has leaped to tho bottom of a
precipice without hurting himself, ask
of what color it was, and if ho replies
"bay,11 believo him.
On the shores of the Keuka lake,
New York, the culture of tho grape
and the manufacture of wine have at
tained a development not elsewhere
reached in America. There is a pe
culiarly favoring quality iu the sunshine
and the soil thereabout. Eight thous
and acres are devoted to grape culture,
tho annual product averaging about
i')0 per acre, or nearly $500,000. Tho
Pleasant Valley company consumes
annually 1,500 tons of grapes, from
which aro mado 250,000" bottles of
champagne and 2j0,000 gallons of still
wines, sweet and dry Catawba, choice
brandies and a port made from choice
black Oporto grapes. All their wines
are pure and true to name. Boston
Three or four decades ago tho Amer
ican men and women were generally
lean and bony. Our women especially
were lank and thin. Of late years,
however, a change in the shape of our
people has been noted. The change is
not yet very marked in the men, but
the women are growing round and fat.
At our watering-places, where people
from all parts of tho country congre
gate, a bony woman is a rare sight.
Most of the women are plump and well
rounded. It is to be observed, how
ever, that sleekness and curved out
lines belong to the well-to-do and leis
urely classes of society. Among hard-
workers and the people on the fron
tiers the lean and bony type still pre
domiuates. yf".i.-.(' Constitution.
fluking Artiilcial Fuel.
Small slack of lean or boiler coal only
is used for it, as coking slack finds a
cheaper and better Use in the coke man
ufacture. Some material to cement
the coiil powder together has tn lie em.
ployed; with rich coal it is possiblo to
do without, as by heating it about 400
degrees centigrade the bituminous com
ponents would sullieiently melt to ef
fect the binding, but the attempts mado
have not been successful because of tho
rapid wear of the machinery in consc
ience of the hi'.'h teinnerature. Sev
eral cements have Wn tried, but tho
most general one is hard coal-tar as
phalt or "brai," which is left as a by
product of tho coal tar distillation. Tho
percentage of asphalt varies from four
and one-half to seven per cent., ae
corJiiiLr to the nature of the coal, tho
latter determining mainly tho heating
value of the fuel. The practicability of
the manufacture depends chiellv on
the quantity of asphalt re-mired or a
certain kind of coal, as this kind of
material is costly, the cost being from
7 to ...W per ton in Westphalia. Tho
cost of manufacture averages twentv-
live cents tier ton, including denreeia.
tion of plant. Tho selling price of the
artilicial fuel is still very unsettled, but
probably it will be in Westphalia as it
is in France and Belirium. about two-
thirds tho price of lump coal. The lat
ter being at present $1.75 per ton
wholesale iu Westphalia, the briquettes
wouid sen ai doom Vl.z:. Taking tho
latter price, and reckoning ,7.5o ner
ton for asphalt and 25 cents for tho
cost, the line coal used in tho manufac
ture would bring it about 55 cents per
ton where six per cent, asphalt is usud,
and G5 ccnts.where only live per cent.
tsoino Southern 1'rults.
In Florida while tho oranrro is kin"
there are varieties of other fruits that
are not only delightful for homo con
sumption but will bring good prices in
market. Limes and lemons aro among
tho number. Tho former aro now
ripe, and I find tho linieado quito as
refreshing as tho lemonade, tho limo as
useful in tho culinary department as
tho lemon. Grape-fruit, according to
my fancy the be t of tho citrus family,
matures in four or live years. There is
quite n outer taste, ir eaten like an or
ange, hence those who do not wish to
have their lips well puckered, soon learn
to remove, carefully, every partielu of
the white skin covering tho exceedingly
uicy pulp, an operation easily per
formed. Separate tho lobes, with a
sharp knife cut down the renter of tho
broad side, foH the divisions of tho skin
back, and then bite, and, if instructions
in preparing have been Implicitly fol
lowed, I think, orders to Into will not
have to be repented. If tho ship that
brings my future Florida fortune Is to
come by the grape-fruit route, 1 hopo
my Northern friends will cultivate a
taste for this delightful though litllo
known fruit, when 1 think they will
agree to place it a step or two higher
In their favor than the orange. It
makes beautiful jelh, marmalade and
wine, iwnl Is also eaten nt t,,. table
with sugar, In nee we prize it not only
for its beauty, but for gi neral utility.
It is n very fin.dsonie specimen of the
citrus family, being, In color, palo yel
low wiih very smooth tkin ami twico
as large us our liliest orange, so In eat
ing we llml one almost equal to a good
meal and very refreshing to thn inner
man.--t'lnruk for. M. louit JlipuUi.
Tiii'iieiMY Evkkino, Dec. 11, 1884,
The wosthiT, by comparison, Is boantly,
Afier o ki urn le up ol clesr, bshny and
beautiful nyti. It thurified to on to dsy
that Istibseliiti ly aulcldal. A ln-iivy rin
lit in about three o'clock thil tuoroing and
tmi cot vet lot up,
Tbe market shows soma little alga of
improvement, and the the shaking branch
es ore stribtoning up again,
FLOUR We note considerable 'nquiry
in lowest grades and a stiffening in prices.
Choice gtad'S are dull.
HAY Tho demand and supply are
aheut i qunl, both being fair.
CORN We note some inquiry with a
gnod supply offering.
OATS The mwket is fair and the feel
MEAL-Dull sad unchanged.
BRAN In fair supply and good de
msod. BUTTER Unchanged. Low grades
are dull. Strictly choice is In fair demand.
E003 Scarce and in active demand.
CHICKENS-We note a little demand
for choice large hens. Small chick
eos will not sell.
APPLES Choice shipping stock
scarce and in good request.
GAME All kinds are in good demand
Sales and Cluotations. .
NOTB.Tne price ner aiven ate tor sales from
first hands In ronnd lota. An advance I
chanted for broken Intern HulDKordtr.
!W0 bh'l Tarlou gradei a 50ffi5 Of
J ) bhls chol e .. i ma jn
huts family 5 S 75
100 bbls extra fancy. .,.8 73 SO
8 cars strict prime.
! cars gilt edite......
4 cars choice ...
1 car mued .
4 cars choice White la bulk.
Scars mix inhnlk....,
S cars white In bulk
5 ears In bulk
1 car mised In balk
4 cars choice
. . ...MM.
Nn. 2 Medlteranean
No. 8 do
l'fl Mil Ctt on order.
SO bbUCltr .,
3't" unnnr eholo dairy ....
Sun onnd. fancy o earner?
tiue pounds rbolce country
80 1 j'ouuds cookie butter
.in fOTJl 00
7 00 c
S coops large bens
10 coops e oice mixed
7 coopa media -.
Wild rfnrk mallards p-r doi
Wild docks mled
v II I tune. ech
ijnaiu per d' z
V nlou saddle . . . ,
Verimon rarcaess .....
Kabbita per doz ,
Fsccr RhlpD!n Ben Darla &c bar bbl... 8 iO
Ch' iCH varieties per bbl ... ... 2 VV2 7ii
Common country pkd .. 0U&2 ED
Potatoes, per bushel
.1 SO&l 65
fotaioe per bbl
Oranses, per bbl 7 floS 00
Orani!e po- box 4 . oU ,v
Lemons per box
6 00ii5 u
Choice per barrel,
Choice per bushel
75 i 00
Pur 100 choice .
...9 CO&10 00
Fancy Canvassed Ham ...
t ier sin.
. 1 05
t bushel burlaps.
nusnei 1 " ....
OKI EI) KKCIT.
fescues, nalveiaud ijdarturs 494
Apples, brUht , 8il4
Clinic hand picked navy
....1 Wl 75
ooumry 7&5J) 25
Factory , , M
10 to 0
10 to It
10 to 4t
Ml to 8 (H
78 to AC
near r per pouuu.
8 to 5i
Hur 1 00 to II 0
Hi 111. h
Calf, Omen ,
Dry Flint choloe
., 1 '
4 7IWM "
4 til?', 8 01
4 7f3 5 (
7 50 9 'I
Plum Union -
Sheen Pelts, ureon. ,,.
Damsnnd Hides tM4i (
Oood 1 tut
stedlnm beat ,
Oo' 4 Loaf.,,,.
KATKM OF FKEIOHT.
Ms phis . Silt
Helena, Ark IS
ly Flonr Pork
Tyiewt. bbl. 8Jlbh.'
in lis 85
17i HO 45
YO M 45
2T 15 7si
& 40 W
All other wav point
CONSUMPTION CAN, BE CURED.
Read the evidence. Go and
see those who testify. If this
is impossible, write to them,
If you are interested in the
subject, cither on account of
your own condition or that of a
friend, send nt once for Dr.
Schenck's Book on Consump
tion, Liver Complaint, and Dys-
Bepsia. It is free. Address,
r. J. H. Schenck & Son, Phila
FROM ASHLAND, MASS.
Or. J. R. Ecrenck.
Dtar Sir.- In the month of December, 18S0, 1
took a heavy cold, which finally terminated
la Pneumonia, My lungs were soon very much
weakened by the strain of my cough, w hlch wax
almost without cessation. I had severe pain In
my side and back and between my shoulders; my
breathing wa quick and there was great oppres
sion on my chest. I could not lie down without
coughing. At this time my physician told me that
I bad Consumption. I ruied large quantities of
matter and bad several severe hemorrhages. I
became much emaciated and very weak. I wax
confined to the bouse for five munihs. After the
doctors bad given mo up as Incurable, I con
cluded to try your medicines. I began using the
Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Syrup, and In a short
time saw considerable Improvement in my worst
symptoms. I could lie down without bringing on
cougaingpell. My breathing at all times wax
easier. I bad no more hemorrhages, and after I
bad taken the medicines for some time, I got so
much beUer that 1 could walk a few rods from Die
door. 1 am now well but yet my lungs are weak,
and I am told by the physicians who first attended
me, that part of one lung is gone, but that the
cavities are now healed. Tbey also lay that your
medicines have wrought wonders for me. Doctor,
I cannot tell you bow sick I was in a letter, but
if any one who is afflicted will call on me, I will
give them all particulars gladly, or, I will answer
their letters in case they can not come to see me.
MRS. JENNIE M. JONES.
June 16, 1S8Z
DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMV IN THE LAST
STAGES OF CONSUMPTION.
CURED BY DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES.
Statement rifUr. JULIUS B0 YDES, Providence, R. I
1 was discharged from the U. 9. Army in June,
1801, as an Incurable Consumptive. My discharge
reading thus: "Advanced stage of Consumption
of the Lungs." I was advised by the army surgeon
to live out-doors as much as possible. He in
formed my friends that I was incurable, but that
with care I might be made comfortable for a time.
My cough was almost without cessation. I raised
matter from my lungs in large quanUUe. and I
had all the other well-known symptoms of the
disease. I took many remedies without benefit
In September I went to see Dr. Schenck, and soon
after began to use his full course of medicines. I
soon felt their beneficial eflecta, my cough grow
ing less and lew, and my strength coming back to
me very (kit. In the fullowine April I was entirely
weU, and came to Providence and went to work.
Frrm that time to this I have been entirely well,
not spending one dollar for doctors or medicine
for myself. I therefore know that Dr. Kchenek'
medicines arc; good and reliable in Lung Dle&ie.
My cure was considered almost a miracle by those
wno knew ue when I was diMharged from the
""y- . JCLIUB BOYDEN, ,
Of Boydcn fc Whelden, Grocers,
No. 574 N. Main St., Providence, R. I.
Formerly of South WaJpole, Mast,
CURED OF CONSUMPTION AFTER
YEARS OF SEVERE ILLNESS.
Da. J. II. Schenck.
Coir Sir: I feel that I am flolna; good to
other by telling you what ymr medicine have
done fur me. f was sick with Consumption for
over two years, and after trying many remedies
ami employing the best phytdctan In thin city,
without benefit, 1 was induced to use your medi
cines. I had hnrdly taken the IW bottle before I
felt much better, and after continuing their use
for some tinin was entirely cured. This wax over
alx yearn ago, and as 1 have continued to enjoy
good health Klncc, I feel that tny cure Is xr
lunnent. I am hnppv to add my testimony, with
many others, to the Hraoy nf your medicines. I
know many other in Newburgb who bave been
benefited by their use.
MKS. SOPHIA M. LAWSON,
No. M Ann St., Ncwburgh, N. Y.
FROM MR. ELI P. F0RBY, OF NEW YORK.
Sou Vm k, December 12, 18h3.
Dn. J. If. ScHRNCK, Philadelphia, Pa.
iJtnr Sir; I wish to tell you what your medi
cines have douo for me, because I believe that
tinny lives may be saved by my doing so. I
already know of one who has been Influenced by
mc to use them, after having been told by several
physicians that her case was hopeless.
Hut to my own raw. In the year 1875 I was at
tacked with' Inflammation of the Lungs, tho result
of a heavy cold. It was a severe attack, and I
grew worse very fast. Among my friends it was
reported that I had quick Consumption. I had a
continual cough from tho flirt, and soon began to
raise large quantities of phlegm and mutter from
my lungs. I lost my appetite, and, of course, soon
grew very weak so weak that I was obliged to go
to bed, Weakness brought on nlijlit-fwents, and
luck of nourishment great loss of flesh. In six
weeks I lost over thirty pounds. All this time I
was taking tho medicines of two cf Albany's best
physicians. I do not wl h to blame them, but I
do not think that they had mado such a study
of lting diseases as is necessary to treat so serious
a cose as mine was. At the end of these six week
I lost faith in everything; I was satisfied that my
time hail come, and so I told my doctors.
Then, as is usual, after all rise had been tried.
Home one sugexted your medicines, niul I, neither
expecting or hoping for relief, began to use them
in Pulmonlo SvniD mid Seaweed Tonic.
weeks 1 whs so uiueli belter thut I i;"t up frem bed
and went down town ; and in lour woeK.': I lelt
well, in the next ihreu months I gained over
thirty pounds or llei-h, and I nm very hi'l'py to
any that I have been a well mnn ever lro my
recovery, which I comddur ia entirely dtiu Wl'oti.
I shall be pleased to see any 0110 who nicy tie
lntereled In tny ease, or will irludly answer leileis
from those who find it Impossible to cull on mo.
ELI P. FOUBY,
No. 274 Fourth Avenue, New York City.
To anv one who is ncquuhiteil In Albany, N.
I can refer to many who know of uiy case.
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w ben hi a healthy condition, purines the blood for
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siesseed Tunic should bu used lu cuuuiictlon
wiin these rum.
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