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The farming world.
REMEDIES FOR CHOLERA.
Which Have Been Tried mitt
More or Less Suecean.
1. Equal parts ol the tincture ot
opium, red pepper, rhubarb, pepper
mint and camphor, well shaken, dose to
be increased from 10 to 20 drops several
times a day when not immediately re
2. Two ounces each of alum, resin,
copperaa, lac-su!phur, and cayenne pep
per; pulverized, then mix 3 tab'.espoon
fuls of the powder with one quart of
cornmeal, and dampen for use. This
Js sufficient for 12 fowls, and may be ef-
' fectively used either as a preventive or
cure for the former. Once or twice a
week is sufficient. Eye or wheat soaked
in high wines or whisky is a!so said to
be a pood thin;
3. liiue mass and caj enne pepper
. each one ounce; camphor gum one-half
ounce, and a teaspoonful of laudanum,
well mixed and made into a pill of ordi
nary size. Give one pill every hour un
til the purging ceases; also a tea-spoonful
of brandy morning and evening.
4. Cayenne pepper and prepared
chalk, each two parts; pulverized gen-
-tian and pulverized charcoal each one
part (measurement, not weight). Mix
well together and form a paste, with
either Iamb or sheep suet. Give a pill
the size of a common marble once a day,
and keep in a warm and dry place 4S
5. Carbolic acid, one drachm; gly
cerin, one ounce. Mix thoroughly, add
ing one quart of water. Of this solution,
use two tablespoor.fuls to one gallon of
water, allowing the fowls access to nc
The fountains and feed boxes should
be disinfected with carbolate of lime,
or Civbolic acid. The water must be
kept cool, plenty of shade provided, and
free use of green food indulged in for
those not attacked. Xo food or water
with the exeeption"of soft or moistened
wheat bread in warm milk is needed
for the diseased birds. Western Plowman.
FALL CHICKEN CCOP.
It lVlllServr Well Intll Very Colo
Wentlier Set Iu.
At the beginning of September the
small coops scattered about get too
una 11 for the growing chicks, it is not
convenient to put them into the perma
nent quarters with the older fowls, not
is it wise to allow them to shift for
themselves out of doors, roosting ou
fences and in apple trees. A simple plan
to meet the fall requirements of chick
ens is shown in the accompanying cut
ill! II LJ
AUTUMN CHICKEN COOP.
Four stakes are driven into the ground,
and a bit of roof frame nailed to the
top. Over this is stretched aud tacked
the cheapest kind of cotton cloth, a
door and ventilating openings being ar
ranged as shown in the sketch. Perches
can be nailed from corner post to corner
poet, diagonally, and the growing
chicks kept there till the Weather be
comes cool enough to make winter quar
ters accessary. The cloth can then be
taken off and saved for another season
CLEANING THE STABLE.
li AfltnmB Daly Which No Dalrrmu
Besides keeping the cow stable clean
day by day when used, there should be
a thorough annual cleaning, and there it
no time when it can be better done
than at this season of the year. In this
process the whole stable should be
emptied and all remnants of fodder.
manure and litter be carried away. The
whole stable is then to be kept clean
including corners, cracks and crevices
in walls and floor, and all cobwebs be
removed. The sweepings and litter
should be buried beneath the manure
heap or plowed under. If there is a mow
for coarse fodders over the stable, with
cracks or holes in the ceiling above
the stalls, any remaining fodder iu the
mow should be removed and all swept
clean. After cleaning the stable scrub
all woodwork with hot water and theu
whitewash it. liy whitewashing, the
stable becomes lighter and more cheer
fulthe woodwork is ptesered. and the
development of micro-orgaaiana, to im
pure future milk, is cheeked. If any
contagious disease has appeared in the
tabic, then it should be thoroughly dis
infected. Evil micro-organisms are so
plentiful in a filthy stable that it is im
possible to even get one milking from
a cow within it without having the milk
well charged with these destructive, in
visible organisms of evil portent. Prac
Proper Storaare (or Em.
Eggs should not be stored uear any
odorous commodity, as they have al
most the proclivity of butter for ab
sorbing odors. Especial care should be
taken in shipping. In one instance a
shipment of eggs was placed near a
large shipment ofapples on the ship
and became almost unsalable, because it
was complained that they had the odor
of apples. Pickled eggs are not so apt
to be affected by odors as other eggs.
In the pickling there seems to be a de
posit on the shells which tends to fill
the pores; perhaps that is the reason
why the shells of pickled eggs al
most always burst when boiled.
Doa't waste any roots or apples. No
food does winter hogs more good than
cucb food, because it acta as a laxitiva,
A HELPLESS FARMER.
Wllllaca StlmpiSon Stricken wit
Paralysis of Ills Lower Limbs
laaed oy Overwork.
From the New Era, Grtensburg. Ind.
Many of our reiders may remember at
item in this mper a year ago last fall which
stated that Mr. William S-tunpson, a well-to-do
farmer, living near Uugby, Ind., had
ieen stricken with paralyses of the lower
limits, and his recovery was doubtful.
'1 lie ease which wan an unusually severe
and complicated one has at last Ieen entirely
cured, to the utmost surprise and joy of Mr.
JStimpson and his familv.
Mr. Mimpsun was pleased to relate to a
reporter the particulars regarding his case,
and his subsequent recovery.
"A year ago last tall." be;an M;. Stimp
son, "1 diil a large amount of work. My
hired help left me in the miiidle of corn cut
ting and I tinihed the fail work myself,
doinj; an unusual large amount of work. I
put up several hundred shocks of fodder,
and also husked all my coin. To accom
plish tli is I had to work early and late.
'"About the lirst of December, as I was
getting my fall work about done, I suf
fered a stroke of paralysis, which the physi
cian said was brought on by excessive labor.
My left limb was entirely" helpless and my
right limb was fast becoming so. My phy
sician became uneasy, and after attend:::;?
upon me for a week or so, lie brought me a
box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People, saying that he believed they would
do me more good than anything which he
knew of, as he had used them with great
success in a case very similar to mine where
all other remedies had failed. The casein
question was that of L. Phillips, of Peters
ville. "Almut the time I began taking the second
box of these pills a decided change was
noticed, and when 1 hail taken two more
boxes we discovered that 1 was actually get
ting well. You c an probably imagine what
a relief and feeiitig of gladness this was to
nie, after being confined to my bed for
nearly two months. Well. I kept on tak
ing the pills according to directions, until I
had consumed nine boxes of them, which
completely cured me.
""I am sound mid well to-day. with not a
sicu of the returning atilii-tion mid ran
nliirin th.it Dr. Williams" Pink Pills for
Pale People did me a wonderful pud aud
probably saved me from the grave. '
To alby all doubt as to the truth of his
statement. Mr. Stimpson made out the fol
lowing Ev.crn atiidavit :
Kriinv. Isr.. Feb. 2. 1S;7.
'"This is to certify that I do hereby .-wear
that the foregoing statement is absolutely
tru-. WILLIAM MIMPSOX.""
C'ot'VTT OF R4nTllO,.lIEW, s
Static of Indiana. t
Sworn to ami subscribed before me. a Jus
tice of the Peace, in ami for siiiil countv iu
said Sta.e. AHNKI! OIiMAX."
Justice of the Peace,
The Xew Kra was also informed that Mrs.
Charles Williams, of the same neighbor
hood, had been cured of rheumatism, and
Henry .loim-iii. of IIartsiile, who was
troiiblci! with neuralgia, was also cured by
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. It seems that
this remedy is in great demand in that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
contain, in a condensed form, all the ele
ments neeessarv to give new life and rich
ness to the blood and restore shattered
nerves. They are also a specific for troubles
peculiar to females, such as suppressions,
irregu'arities and all forms of weakness.
They build up the blood, and restore the
flow of health to pale and sallow checks,
n men they effect a radical cure in all cases
arising from mental worry, overwork or ex
cesses of whatever nature. "These pills are
sold in boxes (never in loose hulk) at 50
rents a box or six boxes for $2.50. and may
lie had of all druggists, or direct by mail
from Dr. Williams Medicine Company,
Schenectady, X. Y.
"Flo-a had a dreadful time last evening.
She didn't come in town until after dark."
'"What was the matter?"
"She lost her powder-rat? somewhere ont
on the road, and couldn't fix up fit to ba
seen." Detroit Free Press.
ABOUT POSTAGE STAMPS. :
It is said that the lS-cent stamp of
Seychelles, issued some months ago, is
now being printed in two colors, and
speculators axe already at work boom
ing the price of the old stamp. The high
values of the 1SS9 issue of Uruguay are
also reported to be in line of a material
advance in price.
It costs the United States more than
(175,000 each year to pay for the pro
duction of three and a half billion
6 tamps. The ordinary stamps cost five
cents per 1.0C0. Special delivery stamps
cost 11 4-10 cents per 1,000. Newspaper
and periodical stamps cost 11 4-1Q cents
per 1,000, and postage due stamps 6 1-20
tents per 1,000. Postal cards cost the
government 32.87 cents per thousand.
The collector who is in search of
minor varieties viill find a very good
field for study in the 15-cent stamp of
1SC0. There are many differences to
be found in the periods after U in "V.
S." four varieties having been discov
ered thus far. One variety shows a
single period after the U., a second has
two periods, a third three periods and a
fourth a colon.
The German post office department
has decided to introduce, experimental
ly, automatic stamp-selling machines.
These machines were exhibited at the
Berlin industrial exhibition last year.
They will be placed at prominent points
where the demands for stamps are the
largest, and operate, on the deposit in
the slot of the proper coin, to furnish
the purchaser with the stamps de
sired. The newspapers of Xew Zealand are
printing many paragraphs on the fact
that the new governor of the colony
Is an ardent philatelist. These para
graphs are received with the heartiest
kind of approval from collectors, who
are leaving no stone unturned to induce
Lord Eanfurly to become honorary
president of the Xew Zealand Philatelic
society, or to identify himself in some
way with the philatelic fraternity.
NOVELTIES IN THE STORES.
- - - Slain by Poison.
jNot the poison that the covert assassin ad
ministers in the drink, the food, or some
other guise, but the poibon of malaria short
ens the uvea ot myriads. 1 here is a sate and
certain antidote. Honetter s Stomach Bit
ters, which not only fortifies the system
against malaria, but roots out its seeds when
tliev have germinated. Jhspepsia. consti
pation, rheumatic, liver and kidney trouble
are conquered by the Bitters.
Dunmore I'm surprised that you call
Flabler an expert accountant! What
ground is there for paying him such a com
pliment? Didmore He's just got away with $100,000
Ot his employer s money. Koxbury Uazette
the best cough and cold remedv ever discov
ered is Dr. Jiell's Pine-Tar-lioney. It is
pleasant to take and perfectly harmless.
One dose at bedtime stops the cough all
night. It is guaranteed to cure croup and
whooping cough. 23c at all druggists.
"What does that man.Slitky do for a liv
"For board and lodging he does the ho
tels, and for clothes he does his tailor. Out
side of that he docs the best he can." De
troit Free Press.
Ilenfne.. Cannot He Cored
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inllamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tulie gets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inllammation can be taken out
and this tulie restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will 1-e destroved forever;
nine rases of of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inllamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars forany
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
Send for circulars, free.
F. -I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold bv Druggists, Inc.
Hall's Familv Pills arc the best.
Passenger This is a very clow road.
"Do yon suppose it pavs?"
"Yes; pays as it goes." lp-to-Date.
Slinke Into Your uoes.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet.
It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and
instantly takes the sting out of co ns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery
of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes feel easv. It is a certain cure
for sweating, callous, hot. tired, aching feet.
Try it to-day. Sold bv all druggists. md shoe
s'ocs. 2.V. Trial pac kage. Fl! KE. Write to
Allen S. Olmsted. I-I!r.y. X. Y.
A Careful Borrower.
"Pa sent me over to Ixirrow your lawn
mower. An' he says wouldn't you prefer to
sharpen it yourself?"
"Why should I prefer to sharpen it?"
" "Cause pa savs he is so awkward about
such things an' lie might turn the edge."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Can't lend. Got lumbago? Don't try.
Try St. Jacobs Oil. It cures.
When some men have nothing else to do,
they argue religion. Washington Demo
crat. Take the Air Line
To Louisville and Eastern Cities, 53 miles
the shortest from St. Louis, makes quickest
time, Pullman Sleepers, Parlor and Dining
Ora. All trains leave from St. Ixjuis
Union Station. For complete information
address .1. K. Tapp, Traveling Passenger
Agent, Kansas City. Mo. R. A. Campbell,
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
"Did you ever run after a ferryboat only
to find that it was coming in ?" t
"Oh, yes, and at the time I was courting
my wife and thought I was winning out in a
hard fight, she and all her relatives wen;
combined in an effort to make my escape
impossible." Philadelphia Xorth American.
is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honev will cure it. and (rive such
strength to the lur.s that a cough or a cold
Will not settle there.
is early every man at some time has let nur
foil beard grow. Washington Democrat.
We have not been without Piso's Cure fo;
Consurwtion for 20 vears. Lizzie Ferre'
Camp St., Harrisburg. Pa., jry 4, '94.
Lots of men find out two or three thinir-
about the Bible and then tliev nut in thti-
time arguing. Washington Deraccrat.
Fur boas that are apparently entirely
made of tails.
Trimming braids of every possible
width and style.
Iiomaa sashes of a short length to be
used as throat boas.
Xeck ruches on a band with a cravat
bow in front.
Cloth capes in golf style with a fur
hood and collar.
Black Chantilly lace flouncing for
Fancy sets of a muff and collar of fur,
velvet and lace.
Long evening and driving cloaka
lined with squirrel fur.
Long sashes in striped, plaided, flow
ered and plain ribbons.
Cloth suits trimmed with fur in curv
ing bands as braid is worn.
Tiny gold crowns in raised embroid
ery effects for velvet bonnets.
Fancy collars of chinchilla, ermine or
sable fur combined with lace.
Ulsters of light cloth with short cape
of fur edged with the cloth.
Mink fur capes having a ruche of rib
bon and bands around the neck.
Black silk cord bands in passemen
terie patterns from one to five inches
Long black mousseline neck scarfs
having white applique lace ends.
Girls' plaid frocks trimmed with plain
cloth, accessories and vice versa.
Bright red kid gloves with yellow em
broidery and cherry pink with white.
Black silk brocade skirts with blouse
of velvet, vest of chiffon and sleeves of
Blouses of white mohair braid con
nected by embroidery stitches in white
ilk twist. Dry Goods Economist.
Pastry brushes should be washed aa
soon as used and put in a warm place to
A little water in the tubs or buckets
will prevent them from falling to
A quart of line sand at two cents will
do the work of three pounds of scouring
soap costing five cents each.
Pieces of brown paper should be
folded and put into a little wall pocket
an the back of the pantry door.
New York. November 4. 1H97.
-ATTLK Native Steers 4 01 &$ 4
KL.OUK-Winter Wheat !75 m '
WHKAT-Nn. S Ked 1
'HKS-XaS to '-'"i
PORK New Mess. 8 W tu, 9 iu
COTTON Middling SH M
UEKVES Steers 3 & It 5 111
Cows and Heifers.. !SO O 4W
CALVES (per 100 lbs) ft Oil i(. " W
HOGS Fair to Select 3 Si ds 3 70
SHKEP Fair to Cboioe 3 dj, S
KLOL'K Patents 4 H5 44 4 Sft
Clear and Straiuht.. 4 15 & 4 60
WHEAT No. i Red Winter W"i
COKN-No. S Mixed & MH
OATS No. S 1
KYE No. 2 - 44 46S
TOBACCO Lugs .- 8 00 m h so
Leaf Burley ......... 4 ftO IS Ul
HAY-Clear Timothy 7 W ft 10 IM
BUTTER Choice Dairy IS fo
EGOS Fresh W
PORK -Standard (new) fo
BACON Clear Kib fo H
LAHU Prime Steam 4i,
CATTLE Native Steers S 85 S S 15
HOGS Fair to Choice 3 SO n 3 75
SHEEP Fair to i.oice. 8 .SO dt 4 60
FLOCK Hard Patents 4 9u fo S I
Soft Patents 4 55 fo" 4 80
WHEAT No. x Sprint; KH fo W
No. Red (new) 97 fo 1 U0
CORN No. '-''
OATS No. S If
POKK Mess (new) 769 fo 785
CATTLE Native Steers 3 59 fo S in
HOGS All Grades 4 3 ii 57
WHEAT No. 2 Hard M MS
OATS No. S White 1S'
CORN No. t Si 2
FLOTJR-Hiirh Glade 4 70 S 3"
CORN No. z 38 fo 37
OATS Western - So fe !4
HAY-Choice 00 I4 Wl
POKK -Old Mess fo 374
BACON Sides fo -
COTTON Middlinif fo S!-i
WHEAT No. I Red. 98 97'4
CORN Na S Mixed SS' 2
OATS No. i Mixed W-, 23
PORK New Mess 8 SO fo 9 25
BAC-ON Clear Rib '4' S
COTTON Middling fo '
There la a Clnns of People.
Who are injured bv the use of coffee. Re
cently there has been placed in all the
proeerv stores a new preparation called
GRAIX-O, made of mire prains. that takes
the place of coffee. The most delicate stom
ach receives it withont distress, and but
few can tell it from rofTee. It does not cost
over as nnteh. Children may drink it with
(Treat benefit. 15 ets. f"d 2.T ets. per pack
age. Try it. Ask for GRAIN O.
"Your wife doesn't seem to improve in
"So; as fast as she pains streneth. she
uses it up telling people what is the matter
with her." C'hicaen Record.
A Serloas Position
is that of a person who through nealcet of a
seemingly trivial c-ouuli or cold is threatened
by that dread destroyer of mankind con
sumption. !o not neglect a cough or cold,
however tritling. It is a menace of con
sumption. Dr. Hell's I'ine-Tar-Honey will
cure a cough or a cold in one night mid ex
hilarate the lungs against the inception of
There Are Others.
"Are you a stockholder in any of these
"I guess you might call me a stockholder."
said the man who had Knight while the fever
bad hold of him. "but I'm beginning to think
that stuck ho'der wou'd be the better
phrase." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Trifle with sprains and they cripple.
Use St. Jacobs Oil promptly. It cures.
The man who flirts with servant girls has
domestic tastes. Chicago News.
MRS. PETERSON'S STORY.
I have suffered with womb trouble
over fifteen years. I had inflammation,
enlargement and displacement of the
The doctor wanted me to take treat
ments, but I had just begun taking
Mrs. Pmkham s
Said I had
better watt m
me. I was
so sick when 1 la
began with her Hi;
medicine, I could K)li
hardly be on my I j;
ACCb. A WIS
stantly, also headache, and
was so dizzy. I had heart trouble, it
seemed as though my heart was in my
throat at times choking me. I could
not walk around and I could not lie
down, for then my heart would beat so
fast I would feel as though I was
smothering. I had to sit up in bed
nights in order to breathe. I was so
weak I could not do anything.
I have now taken several bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and used three package of
Sanative Wash, and can say I am
perfectly cured. I do not think I
could have lived long if Mrs. Pink
ham's medicine had not helped me.
Mrs. Joseph Peterson, 513 East St,
g y I Ut 1
r ,k m
Co-hlr Leads "to Coaawmptlom.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
once. Go to your druggist to-dav and get a
sample liottle free. Large bottles, 50 cents
and $1.00. Go at once; delays are dangerous.
Uncle Mose Whad yo' doin wif white
shoes on, yo' tritlin' black rascal
Young Sbwe I wuz jes' tiah'd uv brack
shoes. 1 might ez well gone barefooted fer
all de way dey showed up. Judge.
Itruises go when St. Jacobs Oil
la used. Xo sign remains.
The miner cannot hope to succeed unless
he gets down to business. Chicago News.
Lame's Fassllr Hetlelae.
Moves the bowels each day. In order to
be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently esa
the liver and kidneys. Cures sick beadacba
Price 25 and 50c.
The man who is always telling how p
ticular he is about his work, is ol ten so pal
ticular that he gets nothing done. Wash
To Care a Cold 1st Oae Dar
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AJi
druggists refund money it' it fails to cure. 25c
Nothing is more pathetic than for a real
homely girl to get the idea that she is good
looking. Washington Democrat.
i n n h h ns KiTBBifwmnm
is the name to remember when buying SarsapariUa. Dr.
AVer's SarsapariUa has been curing people right along for
nearly 50 years. That's why it $3 acknowledged to be the
sovereign SarsapariUa. It is the original and the standard.
The record of the remedy is without a rival, a record that
i3 written in the blood of thousands, purified by its healing
" I nursed a lady who wss suffering from blood poisoning and must
have contracted the disease from her ; for I had four large sores, or ulcers,
break oat on my person. I doctored for a long time, both by external
application and with various blood medicines ; bet in spite of all that I
could do, the sores would not heaL At last I purchased six bottles of
Averts SarsapariUa, thinking I would give it a thorough trial. Before the
six bottles had been taken, the ulcers were healed, the skin sound and
natural, and my health better than it had been for years. I have been
well ever since. I had rather h3ve one bottle of Dr. J. C. AVer's Sarsapa
riUa than three of any other kind." Mrs. A. F. Taylor, Engl'evale, M. Dak.
Get Ayer's SarsapariUa.
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