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HOUSE, FARM, GARDEN.
Ink can be preserved from, mold by
putting a clove in the bottle.
Dip candle wicks into spirits of turpen
tine and then dry before using.
Ink stains on silver can be removed bv
rubbing with a paste of chloride of lime
Blankets had better be washed in a
warm solution of borax, and bedsteads in
a strong brine.
Cistern water that has become hard
from long standing can be softened by
adding a little borax.
A few drops of essential oil will pre
serve leather from mold and both alum
and lesin will keep paste in a pure con
Provide on Saturday for Monday, so
as not to take up the fire with cooking or
time in running errands on washing
Sprinkle hay with water on which
chloride of lime has been mixed, and
place on floor, and it will take away the
smell of fresh paint.
To clean oil paintings use a sponge
dipped in warm beer, and when perfect
ly dry wash with a solution of the finest
gum-dragon dissolved in pure water.
To drive away moths wash the floor
round the side of the wall with cayenne
pepper tea, and sprinkle salt just at the
edges of the carpet on the wrong side,
after dampening them with the tea also
kills the eggs of the pestilent invader.
The safesc and most effectual remedy I
have yet tried for the depredations ot
worms in soils whether in pots or the
ground :s soot. Last autumn, -while
picking out coliflowers on a wall boarder,
we were sorely troubled by worms casting
out the plants as fast as we put them in.
We gave the surface of the border a good
dressing ot dry soot, and then waited it.
It had a most surprising effect the worms
came sprawling to the surface by hund
reds, when it was no difficult matter to
gather them and put them out of harm's
way. Applied also to pot plants, say a
dessert spoonful of dry soot on the sur
face of a six-inch pot, it will be found to
bring them hurrying over the sides of the
pot as soon as water is applied. Acting
also as an excellent manure, and being
generally so plentiful in nurseries and
gardens, I am somewhat surprised to see
it so little used. On camellias especially
I have found it to have a most beneficial
effect it imparts a healthy dark-green
color to the foliage, and stimulates the
roots into a moie active performance of
their duty.London Gardeners' Chronicle.
feawrtnst Tor Cleaning Horses.
I have been experimenting to find a
way to avoid the dust that is so disagre
able when grooming horses, and have
found a way by which a very dirty horse
may be cleaned in a very few minutes. I
use oak sawdust, that which comes from
a green log is just moist enoug toh be good
I have tiied pine dawdust, but did not
like it, because after a time the pitch that
is in it will make the hair sticky and of
a dull color. Sprinkle a few handfuls on
the horse, on the side that you are on
then commence at the tail, and with a
circular motion with the curry-comb to
ward the head, curry the sawdust into
the hair brush off clean, and the dust
and dandruff will be removed without
flying around. If the legs are muddy,
fill the face of a stiff brush again, and pro
ceed as before. This operation takes off
all dirt anJ aust, and leaves the hair
clean and glossy. I would suggest that
sawdust is very nice to clean the dust
from wearing apparel but for this use
the sawdust needs sifting, and only the
coarse part should be used, as the finer
part will stick to the clothes and require
to much brushing to remove.
About Canary Birds.
Place the cage so that no draught of
air can strike the bird. Give nothing to
healthy birds but rape and canary seed,
water, cuttlefish bone, and gravel-paper
or sand on the floor of the cage. No
hemp seed. A bath three times a week.
The room should not be overheated, never
above seventy degrees. When molting
(shedding feathers) keep warm, avoid all
draughts of air. Give plenty of German
rape seed a little hard boiled egg, mixed
with crackers grated fine, is excellent.
Peed at a certain hour in the morning.
By observing these simple roles birds
may be kept in fine condition for years
For birds that are sick or have lost their
song procure bird tonic at a bird store.
Very many keep birds who mean to give
their pets all thing? to make them bright
and happy, and at the same time are
guilty of great cruelty in regard to perches
The pearches in a cage should be each of
different siae, and the smallest as large
as a pipe stem. If perches are ot the
right sort no trouble is ever had about
the bird's toe-nails growing too long:
and of all things keep the perches clean.
Novel Care tor ifenecJnmpen.
"If it wasn't Sunday," said a well
known farmer of this locality, recently,
would shoot that horse, after which I
would have no more trouble over her
fence-jumping. She is one of the worst
fence-jumpers," continued he, "I ever saw,
and I have been threatening to give her a
charge of robin-killers for some time
"Well, that's an extraordinary remedy,"
remarked the person addressed.
"Nevertheless," rejoined the farmer, "it
is an effective one. I have tried it on
breaching cows as well as horses, and with
like success and that, too, in the worst
cases I ever knew of."
"How do you proceed about it?'* was
he question. fjj*
"Finding theusual remedies of no avail,'
said the farmer, "I charge my gun heavily
with small shot and placing myself at a
distance irom the animal sufficient to in
sure against permanent injury, I blaze
away at the hinder parts. The effect of
this lodgment of the shot is electric, for
the animal appears to Instantly compre
hend its mewing, and without hesitation
or less of time jumps back into the lot
from which it came. That ends the
jumping. There is no need of yoke or
hopples any more
The following valuable suggestions
are from an essay by Prof. Beal, of the
Michigan Agricultural College: The
young trees must be treated very much
as you would treat a hill of corn. Hoed
crops will answer in a young orchard.
Sowed crops will do much harm to young
trees. It is a good plan to keep young
trees mulched. It prevents the rapid
evaporation of moisture from the soii,
keeps the surface mellow, prevents the
soil from freezing and thawing in winter,
and becoming overheated in summer.
Whether to cultivate or not can be told
by the looks of the trees. If the color of
the leaves is good and the growth all fine
fruit, they are doing well enough even in
the giass. To judge of the condition of
an apple tree is much like judging of
the condition of sheep in a pasture.
Scotchmen are generally credited with
the exercise 01 every device ot ingenuity
before parting with their money but
Mr. Gellespie of Cupar has distinguished
himself above all other Scotchmen. It
appears that Mi. Gellespie had a dog, for
which he had no license. His defense
was that he was not liable. A dog, he
contended. is an animal with four legs
mine has only three or, if my dog is
liable to the tax at ail, it is clear, as my
dog has only three legs, he ought to be
charged only three-fourths of the ordina
ry tax." However, notwithstanding the
ingenuity of Mr. Gllespie's pleas, they
were overruled by the Court and it is
now established, on judicial authority,
that a dog is liable to the tax, whatever
be the number of his legs.
Milwaukee Produce Market
GRAINWheat opened firm, %c higher, closed
firmer No. 1 hard $1.02 No 198Jc No 2 95%c
June 95%c July 93%c August 86%c No 3 86.
Corn, lower No 2 35c new 32@33c Oats, weaker
No. 2 23&C. Bye, lower No. 153c. Barley, lower
No. 2 62c July 64c.
PROVISIONSQuiet, firmer. Mess pork $8.87&
cash. Lard, prime steam 6%c.
Chicago Produce Market
GRAINWheat irregular.actrv e, lower No 2 Chica
go 93c cash 90&c July 84%c August No. 3 Chicago
83c. Corn, active, shade lower 35%c cash 35%
July 36% August rejected 31c. Oats, fair 23^
cash 23^cJuly 25J6c August rejected 18c. Byo,
easy 5214c. Barley, easy 48c. 06*8
PROVISIONSPork active shade lower
8.95 cash email@example.com July firstname.lastname@example.orgYZ August
email@example.com September, Lard, fairly active $6 70
0.75 cash 6 756.77J4 July, 6 firstname.lastname@example.org August.
Bulk meats, fair and lusher* $email@example.com@5.25.
New Vork Produce Market.
GBAINWheat, receipts 210,000 bushels l2c
lower fairly active, export and home trade at a de
cline ungraded spring $7.05%@1-08 No. 3 97c No
2,firstname.lastname@example.org No. 1 do, email@example.com N 2 Toledo,
1.08 No. 2 winter red, firstname.lastname@example.org No. 1 do, 1.13 N
2 white, 1 email@example.com: extra do, 1.24 No, 2 spring
June, 1 05, closing 1.04 bid, 1.08asked July, 1 03
1 05, closing 1.00 bid, 1 08 asked July, 1.02 bid, 1.05
asked No. 2 winter red June, 1.10@1 12, closing 1.10
bid, 1 11 asked Bye, dull 62@64c for western No
2 Barley, nominal. Corn, receipts299,270bushels
J4@lc better, fairly acUve ungraded, 41@44c No. 3
40@41c: steam, 41%@42c No 2, 43%g*44c Kansas,
435@44c low mixed, 45@46c round yellow, 54c
steamer June, 41V@41%c, closmg 41%c bid, 44%c
asked July, 43^@44c August, 45c No 2 June,
43J@44c July 4514c, closing 45c bid, 45&@46&c
asked Oats, receipts 95,180 bushels %c better
hght trade No 2, 29^@30c No 2 white 314c No.
,29%@30!4c do white, 35^0 No. 2 Chicago, 30^c
mixed western 29%@31%c white do, 31%@33 mixed
state, 29@30}&c white do, 3C%@34c, including 5,000
bvshels No 1 white to arrive at 25%c.
A. Bandy lnprormrut In cooking
The utility and convenience ef. a shelf at
tachment to the oven of cooking stoves is
now universally acknowledged by all house
keepers, who have used or seen them, and it
is a matter of choice whether the shelf is
permanently attached to the side of the stove
or opened and closed inbide of the oven by
the movement of the door. The Grand Char
ter Oak will hereafter be constructed so as
either the automatic or permanent shelf can
be ordered with any size. Our attention has
been called to a circular containing a caution
against the use of the automatic shelves,
issued by certain parties who claim to own
letters patent No. 180,001 stating that they
have brought suit against this company for
infringement on said patent, and warning all
persons not to buy or use stoves having
such shelves and made by us. 'We have only
this to say in regard to the matter, that we
shall vigorously defend this suit, and have no
doubt of our success in such defense, and
hereby agree to protect each and every person buy
ing, selling or using our Orand Charter Oak
or other stoves of our manufacture from any
damage by reason of any claim said parties
can have trade said letters patent. As our
construction of shelves is not only covered
and fully protected by valid letters patent
owned by us, but are acknowledged by deal
ers and all others who have seen them to be
much more simple construction, to operate
easiet, and to be less liable to get out of order
than any other kind the maiket, and we will
cheerfully ship a sample of our Grand Char
ter Oak with an automatic shelf to any re
sponsable dealer or housekeeper who desires
to exsmine it before purchasing, and at the
end of ten days, if it is not acknowledged as
having more conveniences and being the
best constructed, finest finished, most ele
gantly proportioned, perfectly operating and
heaviest cooking stove ever made or offered
for the price atwhich it is rapidly being so'd,
it can be held subject to our order, and we
will pay all expenses. Respectfully yours,
EXCELSIOR MANUJACTtmiNG COMPACT.
Dr. Graves' HEART REGULAROR is for
the cure of Palpitation, Enlargement and
Spasms of the Heart, Trembling all over and
about the Heart, and all tendency to Ossifica
tion of the Heart also. Rheumatism and De
bility of the Heart, and General Debility and
Sinkingofthe System. Also,forNervouB,Sleep
less and Restless Patients, and for] all com
plaints arising from HeartDisease, either or
Swric or sympathetic. Dr. Graves' HEART
EGULATORis recommended for only the
cure of Heart Disease, and it does its work.
Send your name to F. E. INGALLS, Concord,
N. H., for a pamphlet containing a list of
testimonials of cures, &c.
For Bale by druggists at 50 cents and $1 per
The BettaBAKtMIemuuwl J. &
Housekeepers are giving the cheap, adulter
ated baking powders a "wide berth," and
why? Because experience has taught them
that an absolutely pure, full strength, full
weight article, such as DOOLBY'S YEAST Pow.
DKR. which never fails to oroduce light, whole
some and nutritious biscuits, rolls, muffins,
waffles and griddle cakesof all kinds, is by far
the cheapest and most economical, S
STBCK HALL.One of the most charming
halls for concerts in New York city is the
iustly celebrated Steck Hall, No. 11 B. 14th
Street. The seating capacity is about 500,
and the acoustic properties of the building
are so excellent that they surpass those of
anv other establishment. Connected with,
this hall are the warerooms of the renowned
STBCK pianos, the manufacture of which was
started a quarter of a century ago by Mr. Geo
Steck. These.instruments are unrivaled for
tone and durability, and have taken the first
nrize at the Vienna exhibition in 1878, and at
Philadelphia in 1876. The firm in full sym
pathy with the times offer intending purchas
ers every possible inducement as to prices
and terms. 1 tt
If any of the readers of this paper are grow
ing deaf, let them get at once a bottle of
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. Rub well be
hind the ears and put a little into the ear with
It would seem that the commonest kind of
common sense ought to prevent a man from
buying ti ash, simply because he can get a
big pack for 35 cents. Sheridan's Cavalry Con
dition Powders are strictly pure, and are
worth a barrel of such stuff.
Frank Leslie, Esq of the "Illustrated Week-
ly," says' *'Foi some time past I have been
using BUKXETT'S CocmiXB, and think it far
preferable to anything I have ever used for
1 he Celebrated
Wood Tag Plug
fin PioNrs^ TOBACCO COMPANY,
New York. Boston and Chicago.
Mothers! Mothers!'. Uotiers!!* Don't
fail to procure Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
for all diseases incident to the period of teeth
ing in children. It relieves the child from
pain, cures wind colic, regulates the bowels
and, by giving relief and health to the child,
gives rest to the jther. It is an old and
The Greatest Discovery ox tne A.ge
Tobias' celebrated Venetian Liniment I 80years before
the public, and warranted to core Diarrhea, Dysentery,
Col c, and Spasms,taken internaUy and Croup, Chronic
Kheumatism, Sore Throats, Cuts, Braises, 014 Sores
and Faines in the Limbs, Back, and Chest, externally
It has never aUed No family wU ever be without it
after once giving it a fair trial. Price 4 0 cents. Da.
TOBIAS' VENETIAN HOUSE LINIMENT, In Pint
Bottles, at One DoUar, Is warranted superior to any
othe or NO PAT, for the core of Colic, Oats, Braises,
Old Sores.etc. Sold by all Druggists. DepotIO Park
Place New York.
At this season of the year the human system is liable
to become disordered from the ineffectual efforts of the
liver to discharge the excess of bile If nature is not
assisted in herTftforts, severe bilious attacks, or pros
trating fevers necessisarily follow, causing great suffer
ing and even death. A little timely precaution, how*
ever, will prevent aU this, and may be found in that
favorite household remedy,
8IMHOKS' UVDR BEOH1ATOB.
Simmon's Liver Regulator has been in use for
half a century, and there is not ene s.ngle instance on
record where it has failed to effeect a cure, When taken
in time, according to directions It is without doubt
the greatest Liver Medicine in the world, is per
fects harmless, being carefully componnded from rare
roots and herbs, containing no mercury or any injur!
ous mineral substance. It takes the place of quinine
and calomel, and has superceded these medicines in
places where they have heretofore been extensively
used. Procure a bottle at once from your druggist. Do
not delay, give it a fair trial, and yon will he more than
satisfied with the resnltebtained.
As there are a number of imita
tions offered to tne public, we
would caution tne community to
buy no powder or prepared Sim
mom' Liver Regulator,
unless in our engraved wrapper,
with Trade-Mark, Stamp and sig
nature unbroken. None other is
genuine. Original and genuine
MANUFACTURED ONLY BT
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Price. Sl.OO. Sold bv aU Drueaists.
THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
And Steam Thresher Engines,
Made only try
NICHOLS, SHEPARD 4 CO.,
BATTLE CRKF.yf, MICH,
E Matchless Grain-Saving-, Tine*
eavlns, an Mne-Svius rtirnshers of (Ills day and
Beyond all Rivalry for Bapid Work, Per
fect Cleaning, and lor Saving Grain Irom Wastage.
RAIN Raisers will not Submit to the
enormous astnge of Grain tlie interior work done by
the machines, when once postedon the difference.
E ETIRE Threshlnar Expenses
(and ofte 1 to S limes that amount) can bo made by
Extr SAVED by these Improved Machines
Shafts Inside the Sena*
r-itor tm ireI
St. Louis, Mo.
all such tim wastin grain-wastin,gBaddies-,Pickers compll
cHtioiM. Perfectly a iapted to all Kinds and Conditions of
Grain, Wet or Dry, Long or Short, Beadedor Bound.
only Vastly Superior for Wheat,
Oats, Barley, Be and like Grains, but the ou Suc-
ThresherIn PUr, Timothy,Millet, Clover, and
Ilk* Seeds. Requires no" attachments or rsbuUdtng
lo change from Grain to Scads.
S for Simplicity of Parts,
using less tha ene-balt the usual Belts and Gears.,
Makesno Litterings or Scatterings. 1
Sizes of Separators Hade* TmmjL*3
ing from bix to Twelve Hone state, aad two styles Of
Mounted Horse Powerstomatch.
TEAM Powe* Threshers avSpectalty.
special siae Separatormadeexpreaslr*r BtaaawPewer.
Stout Thresher. Ea
gines, with Valuabl Improvements and Biattamctr**)
Justuses, far heyea emermake or kind.
Flaah, rerfectfea of Parte,Oomuleteusae
Puurttcalan, call on an* Dealain
'er write to
Your money away when yon can bay cheaper ot boms
Look at tlie 3?rices!
'Octave, carved legs, handsome ease, 9138, $150,
9200 and $260.
1 stop $40,6 stops$65,7 stops $85.9 stops $100 on month
ly payments W cannot be under-sold.
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WATFBPBOOF COVKBS SIGNS, WINDOW SHADES O
Murray & Baker, lOO South JespluJ.*
St., Chicago. Send for Illustrated Price-List.
Warranted a perfect cure, (or mon
ey returned) for all the worst forms
of PILES, LEPRO SI SCROFULA.
BHEUMATISM, SALT BHKUM, CA-
TARRH, KlDNFY Dl8KiSE8, and
all diseases if the SKXK and
Blood FOWLE & CO..
Montreal and Boston bold every
where IK1 a bottlo Send for
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Unsurpassed in Construction.
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Hos. 612, 614. 616 Is 618 IT. Main St.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Adani Decker, St. Paul.
Janney Bros.. Minneapo is.
PELTON & POMERO^
Sole Agent 3or
ALSO PELTON&'IMERCY C:
We respecttfnlly invite- tl&* atteei*
tion of dealers, and ail others wi*?!-
ing to purcl&ase Pianos or Oriiuii".. to
tlie above celebrated iii*trmueim
Oar facilities lor manufacturing Or
gans are such that we are enabled *c
give extraordinary- inducement*. AIIJ
parties wishing to purchase Mi find
It to tlieir interest to write us at
once for ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUCS and
Price liists, with, fall particulars,
which will be sent free upon appli
PELTON & POMEROY.
Office & Warerooms:
150 & 152 State St.. CHICAGO, ILL.
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Awarded kw prist at Centennial ExpodOni fw
jtu ehacimg qualiiia and txaBent* owt temay rtmr
acter of nmmUning and favoring. The best tobacco
e*i aade. As our bine strap trade-mark to closelw
iautaud an interior goods, see that JaduonU Bmt
a araryplug. Sold by an stealers. Send for aasvfk
ftM to tXA. Jacuosr Co- MtrV.. PeteshmTC
The Minnesota Chief.
The Crowning Success of a Century's Experienc
Neither a Tjbnjtor, ipr^n Aproij Machine^
Brown's Bronohil TyoebMforOmgiu Md Ooldds
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ADDU ForlUcents to pay printing
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day to Agent*i| ltJoc
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Catalogu f\l UltlltX T66 application to
J. H. BUFFORD'8 SONS, Manufacturing Publishers
141 to 147 Franklin fetreet, Boston, Mass.
Established nearly fifty years.
Sanders & Matthews,
Wholesale Dealers in
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Tile,
Fire Brick, &c.
VI and V9 Kiowex* I-s-vee,
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Without Knowledge is a fool, and wisdomis not in him
You can get knowledge of the SSO Fire-Ton Wagon
Scale, sold on trial, freight paid by us, no money asked
till satisfied, by sending for FREE PRICE LIST.
JONES OF BINGHAMTON, Bingbamton.N.
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Tbe TIFFIN Well ltoriitg and Rock
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will succeed everywhere. It makes the best
of wells in any sou or rock One man and one
horse can make from $25 $50 a day.
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[From the Minneapolis papers.
1 OTH CITIZENS OF MINNEAPOLIS crar ex
jrienc i tbe handling of. Dr. E. B. HaUiday's Blood
that we aie not afraid to tell you that
it is the most wonderful "Blood Searcher" of the pres
ent age No medicine ever wtnt out of our store that
has given such universal satisfaction as it is giving to
day. For Catarrh, Kidney and Crioary Diseases,
Female Weaknesses and Nervous Debility we indorse
the statement of Dr Halliday, that it has no eq.ua
CROH8MAN A PI/DMMER, Druggists, Minneapolis
Have you weak or sore eyes, caused by Catarrh or
Scrofulous Disease* If you have, loose no time, but
cleanse your'blood with Dr Halliday's Blood Purifier,
and your eyes will become all right Try it and you will
be surprised at the result For Kidney Complaints, Fe
maleWeaknesses,and Nervous Debility,ithae no equal
the civ lized world As this medicine has been exten
sively counterfeited, see that "8 Blackford, Agent."
blown in the back of every bottle Ask your druggist
for it, and if he does not keep it be will order it for
you. or address S. BLACKFORD, 67 Wabashaw street.
St Paul General Agent NO YES BROS 4 CUTLER
Wholesale Agents, St. Paul
St. P. N U. No. 26.
jgpWheri writing to Advertisers plen.se say
v-ou savr the Advertisement in this papci
Combines tbe Beet Points of Both, with Entirely
It is Wonderful In Its Simplicity.
It is the Host Perfect Threshing, Best Grain Cleaning, Greatest Grain
Saving, lightest Rnnniiig4%
Most Durable, Economical and Profitable Machine in the Market.
For Price lists Descriptive Pamphlets, apply to the Manufacturers, jft'
SEYMOUR. 8ABIN & Co.,