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WEDNESDAY, MAECH 28, 1883.
7 end' nfarlfwin .! . - foeeocby-tbeirwasee, - A decoction I knew of which vow mar know Br the name ef Caarewiiie Teat- - . A stuff which waa b-ewtd with no other end . Than to plague and be drank by me 1 wae h fchltA. w mere Mt of a child, Wbea 1 tired In that cot br the aca: Bat I hated with bate which waa more than hats tbm toMNt caworan8ir A b t that wn t sibie, 1 bare no doubt, To the eyes of my Aunt Magee. And this la the reason, I happen to know, w hy rh al ways waa down on me, whenever I hwd the least malady, flllina; A tumbler with Camomile Tan. Aad drenching me three time a day with the WW The borrlb'eat bore that eonld And ahurtina me an la my bed-room for hoar. With a tract and more Camomile Tea. The ell verm, not half eo weary at work. It VBHl Went And what waa enow. -nvtIOWC Whr-ifceT left me rlmlAhnt If aa-ee.' A wretched young' solver, "by day i i and Camomile Tea. by rnrtat. Bwiiftng and swOUna- 4 Bat mf hate it waa stronger, by far thaa the hate ,.-.. v- Of a Tmplar for neaf tarn aia, Ct m .Taw a Tile iluwla.a And neither my Auati who mote early and lace. Nor ker myrmidon old Doctor Was erer aoeteeerae-mete Inapire WltS a lUOnr f or Camomile Tee. Bveaaow, strange as It seems, I hare hideout areama rtf that twirvTMa Camomile Tea Of ltstate when 1 thlak laoil shudder and shrink At tk at MiMnnl Cammntle Tea; 1 mnee la asaaae as thaa a woman On the toothing-, the loathing- I felt in thoae days. .' . ' V . -1 : J! t . ; ' ween & utvu in an co vj tw ae In that out wi h my Aunt Hageev the girla I often think t tbwm hi the eoaunondable e Sorts to -rapport them-j eiTee. oumo uay a ncn younir genue man wQl rooe along- calling for them., and when they bid good-by to tie huttlaaand the spool theywiU-wever regret iaa lessons mey learned when struggling collar girls. " r a Another romantic :eae, wSlch.- like: the foregoing, la true in fact; had for its neroiae a comely -collar gri rrom trie poorer ranks. 8 A. youngs maa of this city' who also was the possessor of a wealthy father eogag 'd himself to mar ry tho lass. The parent, who was i-n invalid, refused: to sanction the vows, and under pa n of disinheriting his son ordered hi n to renounce the enga -e-menCHe re'usl'dV'' The father tipd'ng' entreaty va n proposed a European rip lor the wavward boy. To this hot con sented. The divy he sailed there ap peared in the Troy papers an announce ment of the young pnan s engagement to the handsome shop girL The old man's In ftrmities became of such ia na- tu -e that death was but the questibn of a short tune. His son was recall eo. Two da a after hie arrival his father died repentant aoi bless wz the son and bis in termed wt l Xhe wui Deuueathea tothef tountr inan tluO.000. and he and his wo-thy-txnter-half T0 now on their wedding tour. ' Has the wearer of a collar or a pairox cuffs ever thought of the?- operations through which- the linen 'bands pass Hie fore ready for the market Firft the cutters" hew from 'the rolls of .linen the proper skes; then the 'runners1' titok .the pieces '' together; i the the turners" turn and press them) into shape; then the "statchers insert tlie row or rows of top stiuhes then the buttonhole s." with and without m' chines, as the work may demand pre pare the . buttonholes; then . the fore women' examine the worlt 'min itely, and if any defect is found it is rettirnod to the fantty Operelire to" be rectired: then the work goes to the laundry; thon npoa its re Him it hi again Mrutifized. counted into dozens, tied with riboaa and placed in 'boxes . Then, and not till then, is the article ready for citiliza- tioa a aaoromena , r In several of the shops the ru'es laid down for observance by the female help bear Ohe-' appearance : of ' tm posit on. They are compelled to buy all) their thread of their emp'oyers at a priee five cents in advance of that charged at the retail storea. t Five cants pea; week are deducted from the earn'ngs of thej gir for; a weeping and c'eanoig ,the nop: five cents for oil, whether it is needed or not; and in the summer-time five cents for ice - The' girlshavn resUted these e - tortious ."manfully." and with such success; that'inany: of the phops have a olished the obnoxious rulea. , . Tho laundries form another, braach of the collar and cu t indnstrv, and give Balslng- Poultry for the Xarket. The crrnwth of the collar and cuff in dustry in Troy has been am a -in g. Thirty years ago there were two of these manu factories, emuloying about twenty-live bands. To-dav there are one h nd.ed diuerent ellar- shops, furnishing- em ployment to 4,000 females and 1.000 males. Thousands . upon thousands . of dozens of collars' and cuff are manu factured daily, and no less than 38,000. 000 yards ' of "thread "-are consumed weekly. It is computed that to emale operatives alone at least f J0.0J0 Is pa.d every week. The girls-t-no matter Jiow ancient the femtnines, if tl ey are collar andcu.f perauTeV they "are invariably , called enrlaXarn ell the wav Irom S4 to 935 per wKvr,ne x ciasa roumim employment to i,uw more ris. i ne one rerjre nuu ve. ana sue is mown throughout the different shops as "the boss collar girl of Troyl This fort i nate person is a jolly, bright-eyed Irish ' woman about' thirty-atz years of age. Her name ia Airs. Haggerty. and she tips the scale at 240 pounds. ? ghe has followed the business for years, and a month ago, upon tier marriage to a cigar merchant of this city, paid $4,000 in cash tor a residence in. a central part of town. This and other money stored a wav she earned by bard work upon the pieces of linen that encircle the necks and w ists of civilised humanity. The eeoond day attar .he .maxriare she was in her accustomed place at the shop, and matrimonial cares do -not prevent her from still creditinz to her no oont S35 every aivdays. This woman alone dis pose of weekly 2a 000 yards of thread. Tbje female members of some of the most aristocratic families of Troy are collar triris." . Of course they are not numbered amonsr the inmates of the latter are generallv not -o refined and drossy as the . ebl'ar giris.? bet for cheerfulness, familiarity, mischief and slansr -"they .collar the runV-V. Cd aum mer'days when sturd men fall pyeyto the heat, the laundry girls sing and la bor in stldingMeam with arms bared to the elbow. Trog (AT. T.) Cor. Chicago -A UisUken Idea. ' A short time since a paragraph might have been seen "go ng thV rounds, as it is sa d. to the e .ect that, a ia mer. to be Btteoess ul m hi, business, shoald be a sort of ' muluun in parvo." a walking cyclopedia, a pervetuai merkmeit ma chine, a jack o all trades, so to peak, having a scientiU.- and practical knowl edge not onlyoi his own particular lm-i-ness. but every other man's as wJl He must be a farmer. ' w.tfa thorough knowledge o the science and pictiv e of his art. a carpenter. art. a carpenter, a mason. 4 t..;, km Kohini finad hi nde rwi 1 bniklera Wawksnnth. a surgeon, a ma in pear rooms of ' their wumptuoualy- furnished houses their slen er tingera are husr upon the same class of work performed in the crowded shops. The question will naturally be asked: Why should these ladies of leisure invite self enforced toil of this nature? S'h! Listen! There is a skeleton in some of those mansions. Your correspondent knows of a gentleman that socety favors largely. He is a stock speculator- His ventures have been dis astrous, and have slowlv but surely re- -dneed what three yeeaw-egowae-e-e-pectable fortune. In a little apartment removed orom theeletrant varlors of his noma, his wife, an estimable lady, sits fcnnr a t- hani working unon oollars. She earns large wages and lopes by her humble "mite to save hef hftsband from . being obliged to for.'eit his stock, which she trusts some dayr will : be in the . as cendancy. Then Giber ladies are en abled by their co lax-work to dress more Javiahly .than the portion allotted ; for tia purpose ' by the husbands w mid permit, ..It waa only last Saturday,that a lady turning to her companion and " pointing to a fur-lined dolman envelop ing the form of a banker's wife in ad vance, bbserved. , 'She earned that in Vtwo iri""'" tmrnhig collars.. The wife of a proprietor of one of the fact ries do ing a princely business works on cud's five hours out of e ery twenty-four. i All he receive for her labor she gives to the po r. lliese nome operaaves ?o tain and return cbihin)engilt4er, a surveyor, h law- tnie. m snoTt.-ex" epiine a cap.iai at. a banker, ana a leerisiator or statesman: these were, curiously enough, omitted from the list, as though the tanner were to be an endless worker and tot er for the benefit of these privilejre I classes. who were to do the law-making, the financiering, an I the governing lor him. It is uite unnecessary to remark that this idea could have originated Only in the brain of a person who was entirely ignorant e only ei the business of litis j tanner but of all industrial economy snd'cf tire dtistory-ef-taidustrial prog-' resa, andihat u' W athin is an utter' On TOSslbSity. r A Me- ime too shdrt for a mail- to. become aequa nted lully! with- ear-onv btneT. ana wnen be re acnes i ne ena a man v. he is hot a -fbol-i-begins to learn how much there is be;, ond him that be ought to know, but has as -et too little-utan to-learni .Aad all the-iodotrwf arte agriculture is the one n 'which 'experi ence is at the same time the .mos indis pensable, teacher .and. jitostt ilwlj gathered m: Certainly at farmer Should be well in ormed; that goes wi hout saving,' , Kvery man what wishes tto his place, in the woridi wisely and well most be that; but to" be we I in formed in general matters does not re quire that a man should be an expert in every other ptr$nesr than-his own, which Would surely oe the Tesu"t nt Raisins: poultry for the market oan be made quite a profitable business if prop erly managed. By faulty management the profit can be made very small or be made to disappear entirely. In raising chickens for market it makes a great difference whether thyttain a good size and are sent in eari&ln the season when poultry is scarce aua mgn, or are marketed late when there Is plenty of poultry off ered at kiev' prices. The prices of chickens in August and Sep tember are u-naiiy uiiy to one nunarea per cent, higher than they are In Octo ber and November. By having the chickens hatched early ia the spnng thny may m-1'y K" "y for the market early ana tnen secure ine. nuta prices .lir)sJrealdnrttg-theiU part of siimmexaod Brat part of autumn. In order to succeed in, raising poultry extensively, plenty of room must be pro vided for it.- -T There must , be eoitable shelter, and plenty of yard room.-' -The vard should be lam caoosTB' to ' that a bxra-a nart of the srround can be kept in irra-M. to afford the poultry a supply of green food. ' They need a daily supply of green vegetables. ' Cabbage and let tuce are best, but-young. ana tenaer crass is sood. Shade is needful in the vard to afford the -birds a cttance to re treat from the hot Thys of the sun' In summer. Fruit trees - may advanta geously be placed in the; Tard, ' They wilt afford the needed shade, 'and the presence of the fowls will help to pro tect the trftes from insMU and lnare their thriftlness and fruitfulnesst -Poultry yardV are generally too small.' It-the yard is large enough the fowl will keep health. A Hew Tork' hotel-keeper a tew yem ago! had a poultry yardwhich contained fifteen acres. In which he kept larce nu moors of turkeys, ducks and fowls. They had the range of thv lot anaannng toe summer ootaineaaiarge oart of their food from the yard, and were free from diseases usually incident to poultry. The owner was wont to de clare that' ne could raise a 'thousand Bounds of poultry c as . easily . and. as cheaul v as he eould a thousand pounds of beef, mutton or pork. ..Under good management it is probably true in a thousand pounds of poultry can be pro duced as cheaply as a thousand pounds of beef, mutton or pork. , The iaot that poultry usaauy sella as two .or .wree times the prioe of be-f. mnttn or pork. suihciently iodicatea how much greater the profit.must.be in poultry raising than in raising Deex, mutton or. poxxj la ratsinff poultry i or toe maraec we mtmrtance - of - having the -chickens hatched early shoald be. insisted .upon Vex- UeinpOrtanjMta. the ie4ilg..l. tnem to insure tner rapia ana continu ous growth, The.,Jood for, the .young chicks 'ihttfld be sach-as la' adrfptid to promote irrowtn." aad. should be abun- laot in quaqiity.,. Skimmed mUaeitbet: sweet or sour, is svn - eutwuieuk - feed young chicks,: along with Indian meal or oat meat or. bread made of the-e articles. JThe'ehiokena should.be given about all the food they will eat so as to keep them 'growing .thriftily, all the time. . - Many - allow- their y mng chiokens to be only about half fed for the first three oc lour. months and then by . extra feeding endeavor,, to bring them into condition for the market. By feedinz well from are hastened to maturity condition and are ready tor the market at an earlv aee. - If poultry can be brought to ma urity early ia tie season and sent to market when there-is a scarcity of poultry offered, a high price -will be obtained for it. The quicker poultry can be grown teady for market, the cheaper can it be produced. , A cer tain am rant of food daily i required to supply the waste of the system,, main tain animal heat and so. forth, and what consumed In' excess ef that amount Increase growth and flesnr,.." W floes: of chickens can be brouirht to maturity ready tor the market in four months instead of six. the cost of keeping them alive or-simply maintaining their oon- diLion far two mnnlhs "Will' be saved The m re the chickens , eaa be made to eat and dicest the faster thev will mOw aad the less will be the cost of maturing them.- Neglect to feed generously is the cause of many, failures in raising poultry lor the .market. me .greatest profit is ob tallied only oy leeoang aii ww birds 'can eat. while the least profit is obtained by keeping them eboatiJkalf starved. Generous feeding and profit m toe-ether and that fact should be suf ficient inducement to secure enoa treat ment of poultry w-x'raoi farmer. iinanend. a nromlnent citizen, and pleading that exposure meant the ruin of nerseix ana ua wauoK uwimx her family.. She said that she had plenty at money, was wuimg-ewpaj ior ar ticles, and also to pay but any sum that mirht. h named A ootapromiae -the matter: This woman VigAed a admis- ston oixer gmit, ana a ugiuwuu mitci to 'enter the store again. -To-day she nccnriiea a conspicuous position . in Brooklyn society, lives in splendid style on a fashionable thoroughfare, and none of-tiartfripwda not sen ner nusoana knows of the occurrence wttlcn t nave described. So it is in most of these cases. The women don't mean to steal. Thaw BftnersJiv are well brought up. serreended -by home infliiftnopa. andj have abundant resoarceS"at "their eom- mand. " They are snddeaiy Mazed with an irresistible desire to eteal and they give way to it. : Th,t r,. why I think my HI rillMI . . rvmm - : What . Brave 8nrf mem ( 'Accomplished. The" surf men at' Smith Island; on the Northampton shore, rescued the orewjaf the Albert Daily, of Angus' Ma., on the niffht of January.'.. Un the following day Mr. Cobb's wreckers went on board in spite of the protestation of Keeper tlitcnens, oi vne uam "service. Thai night the storm waa terrific The surf men succeeded in reaching a point nnnnaite th wreek. at two a. m. of the 9tn. Unly the masts appearea in aun. outline, while the hull was eompletely 'shb"merred: Several iighals were" eurned enable the , auTfroen -to determine more accurately the position of the .vessel. It was determined to make an attempt to rescue them with the boat, but after Droceedinar some distance the surfmen could see nothing - of the schooner,' and. were forced to return to toe snore w aen it was light . enough to see the vessel, the . safety line aiacharred . from the Lylegon, was twice thrown aecroas the jibbodm of the Teasel; bates no attempt was made oy tnose on ooaro, so gee use. line, it- was hauled in ay tne aunmea. and each - time it., parted. . Two , more, efforts to shoot the line over the .wreck proved unsuccessful, owing to a strong adverse wind and - the frosen condition of the line, which caused it to part be fore it reached the destined point. Had the line been thrown full across the ves sel, it would have availed naught, as, Mr. Cobb stated that they were too beP numbed with cold to have hauled it otv board, even if it had been placed in. tnesr nanus. -.- .-. . -fi i . Seeing then, that the only hopa.oj, siaav-tnrv th. imnAinlail man I. In rtMsLnh Ing tiem . withthe1 surf -boat,' Keeper5 Kitchens and hi crew, a soon as. the ebbing tide allowed them to launch. out throuaht the storm and the sea which was running half -matt high, to, the rescue of the nine men (rive of t&e schooner's and four of the Cobb 'Wreck ing Company) who had been left on the stranded vessel, and who eould now be seen lashed to the rigsringi !t .'' .-? t f Keeper Hitchens and his men, though, thev had been out on the beach all nizbt in the terrible storm without fire of food, drenched to the skin from their1 first effort : to board the vessel. aotH keeping their feet from freezing only !bp H0XE AXD FARX. -Celery vineirar 4 made by soaking one Ounce "of celery seed in half a pint of vinegar (white wine . or-good cider. vinegar)4. This Is much used to flavor soups and .gravies. . Save the buckwheat chaff, says a correspondent of the Husbandman, and use it as an aosoroeni in me cow scaoie. Beinc fine and dry it makes one of the best absorbents for this- purpose. He finds a corn rba-iket. full rone and a half washelawiU absorb all the urine from ten cows over night and keep them dry and clean. He" has made a practice of saving all of his own and DuyingTfhis neighbors for one dollar per load oi nny baskets,, ana it pays wen. - It is usual to sow about about a peck of clover seed to the acre when the ground is ia .fine, smooth, mellow con dition to receive iu. .Bather leas is re quired foa white clover. Sow very early in sprinror as soon as the ground is in meUovaaMMditton at the suTiace. a very light brnshiiur. oovering it half an inch deep, or less, will make the crop more certain! -Red clover is a valuable crop in farming white clover is chiefly used for lawn, w ior- pMtarage in certain cases. Country Gentleman. IVotrMcBrfde tells how to admin ister medicine to swine. Take your pig. halter htm as you would for execution and tie the rope end to a stake. ' He will pull' back until the "rope is tightly strained . When lie Jbas; ceased bi up roar, apd. begins, 'to' rettect, approach hinvfind between, the back part of the laws insert an old shoe from which . yon haye.cut the toe leather.... This he will at once . begin . to . suck . ana cnew. Through it pour medicine, and he will wallow any quantity jou p ea-ie." t In the spring, when para-dtie pests are troublesome to stocc, ana me weather is warm enough to permit, take common bar or soft soap, heat . with a little water until melted, then add one 'ounce of carbolic acid crystals for each pound of soap. When cool make a strong suds by mixing about one and a half pounds of the preparation in a pai iui oi warm water, and . wash the infectedi animals with the suds, uontinue to wash them at intervals of five days un til the enemy is conquered. The prepa ration will not take off the hair, but it will drive off or kill ail insects, and cure matare or other Bkin diseases. Ciicago Journal. -, , .. . People wishing their teeth to look white, Tae TeabeiTy" dally t morning, at night; It sweetens the Breath and reddens the gums, Enhances the beauty of daughters and sons. Bases rr. Tour system for work. Zopesa, the new Dyspepsia and Liver remedy, attends strictly to business by correcting the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. Sample bottles, 10 cents; large bottles, 75 cents. Ask J. W. Houghton. HERE AT LAST. A GREAT BBDWoS? ION! 1 LA In the prioe of - In order to make room for a differ ent class of roods, I will offer for sale only for a very short time a Large aai bpkls i:::rt:::t -OP THE- .,:- - waste In Land. j More thaa half of the land in occupa tion is waste. If I raise eighty bushels of corn, per acre, and my. neighbor raises but forty, although my neighbor may think he does well wmcn ne aoes, eiuf better than is oommonlv done vet it requires double the amount of land to equal my yield. This is a loss of inter est and taxes on half of my neighbor's land, or virtually so much waste land. The difficulty is, his land is half fed. Ic therefore can do but half the work. But usually land doe much less than this. and can be made to ao more man in toe other case. . This shows what an enor mous waste there is. Really, over two- thirds of our land is idle, the interest. pU i om J I f "i th- ..1. --- ft these. vaa I taxes ana repairs loss, anu uiis iue a the first the chickens 'DjfjB "L ff? constant drain. . And vet this is not the laturity. kept in good and Ttar'on worrt; . farmers, instead of disposing of Fashionable Wemen Tnlrvear .-3 j anager,oi;a, P$ tKir work thr no-h least ao :et as nis own 1 eonoerneu u . . . 7? - ... ..'tat.il ia'lAtvfAMra. va.,a wrm rT in. nun woivbv luwivu i ... . ?Z5?ESr?Z il nlish - it- Kxert persoa should -have a lrZ J - : neral knowledge of whatr ht going on rrTrrrrei. hardlv about him. and as much in regard to prac- . . X'r'Z VTZi. .v. ,v,.r tical matters a wUatK nim to r- WW WriKlAtat AUw - aueijvv aanda i.f irlrls who report at the shops . t seven o'clock n .the morning and - often Labor -until eight at night are of the poorer class. Many of then are the sole support of families of widowed mnthem- drunken lathers, or feeble - children. In the infirmary of this city. -Is a man who seven years ago was the proprietor of a collar-sbop. giving em ployment to three hundred persons. r.lnna:ana ousmpauon rtuucu DroT. th- mlcOBMful men in the scooxn Die lemur w : danghter. who in her fathers prosper- ,rt at ihe shoos ry on his own business economically. rLl, end " A young man can easdy accomplish all this if be has a fair education. 01 ine right kind, which has taught h m to 00 urre. think. rea-Kn. and apply his knowledge and experience widely and shrewdly to his own bust Dees; and it be is able to do this he will see at once the folly and ' the -UDtru hf'o the remark auoted above, or he win see on every handle ound him evidences and facts to word are those who give their attention to one th DZ. o one d -zmess, ana, e- p - . moDi in u w?2. . - rot nsr themselves to lha . leirntoknsw ?.irl"mvt;r: , "theTna at J V- ' f Jt thoroughly ejrith the aid of an elder brother, her in valid mother and two small children. The minority of "theglrla" are re Uy not obliged to spend tber days in collar hopa, out a common desire "to earn worn thing" being strcnger than a false pride they willingly consent toetthe weeks out at sewing machines. 1 heso representatives of a more sensible t-las of the gentle sex dress elegantly, and, in fact, when they are on the streets it would not be suspect ed that tl ey shape and make their sbere of the nine-tenths of the cuffs and collars so d in A er ca. Occasionally, however, threads clinging to their clothing betray their occupation ao as to conduit it economics ly ana ntr ectW and so make 's success of it. There was a time in the early settle ment of America.- it is eretfenow the cm-e in seme farts of the country, when and where e rcumstances obliged eve y man to do many th ngs that were neces sary, in a rough and unsatisfact ry man oer generally be ause soc e y whs ia a trans tion ajil-growings sta'e. and he. had no other way of , helping h mssu. Knt in a mature co adit on of society there is an abso'u'elT neceary -divis ion of labor or the economical practice of all the indntr es which is an ine vita-' v. anurrowth of that maturity of con H' tion. and not only so. hut it helps to- and furnish the street gamin a never-o- , - ... - nn1 elL 1 A be-missed opportunity to sing on n : JLnIeto .d oerfer condition of so- orhrinal producUon: " u one n which everv member is There goes Susie. Oh, she s a collar- --j ana ndis ensableto ever o ber butcher." na m which "Susie" and her class are members . of good soc ety, and to them fall the lot of creating the most o those romances that have distinguished the lives of col lar girLs and the best part of it is that their romances are usually re aii ties. They frequently leave the busy shop aad hummn? machines to marry into wealthy 'ami lee. At tne isensseiae ' nana totbe foot- and it is to this stale roivtecnmo inswuiinuj-i7 .w-B f ,. . er mun an a pi nim- 1 ona 1n which th'et e is a mutual depeud- .nm. an I in which no one industry ran w. .nanul wlihnnt di.-t rbinir the bal- and o-eneral order of affairs. And n tw mndition we have now come. It s Lke the per'ect bodyof a man. to use an old simi'e, in whi h the head can not say to the hand I have no need 01 1 h: nor the ear to the eye. or the i-. trentleraan. the son of a r tired mer- cnani living tnen in tuity- a four or five years ago with high honors, j He had formed the acquaintance of a handsome young lady, who, having nerved her time at the sewing machine la a collar-shop, waa appointed fore woman. It was a case of true love that . . - teaohed' a climax at the altar. The " lady, now in the lap of luxury andwith . out doubt as true and good a wi e as a Chics goan "or - any other mao ever promised to cherish and protect., m a " recent letter to her former employer in i this city says: "Every time niy hus band buttons hi ' collar or ciifts it re inindsiLe of the. dear old shop. Ted self as ensily as he can. just as the oth er persons I nd themseh es obliged to depend upon h tn. And this adapta tion la ne essary w mo jariucr yvm perity. as it is in vol ad m. the success ful isa e of his owa industry that is generally and not ndi idually as prao tiocd - in diuerent localities. iewrjf bUwmrt, in A. -1. Times.-ii . iv hristian churches in Ind a ano) Ceylon are slowly beoom'ng self-supporting. Oi the seventy-ono e&urobea in those countries connected with the American Board, fifty receive nothing from lis treasury. CAtooo 2ttMa ' " .' A nramiDeht manaeer' oi -bne bf greatest ary-gooai aiorea ia " in. conversation witn a wnier it the Eagle a boat the subject of thefts ia rr.MIt is an amazing, but' nevBrthelesi an established Iaot, that nine -tenuis pi the thine stolen are taken .by women who are not prole-'S tonal tnieves. vrnv, the revelations that could be -made In regard to this matter are so startling that they wou'd hardly be credited witn- run aotnal observation. 00 oommoa has the nreseaoa of what is called klep tomania' become-that the large-it and wealthiest ;: dry-goods houses we have are compelled to adopt a definite line of ooliov in the treatment of ac cused fiecson. Wljen a woman of re spectable atandlsg Ja .detected she ia taKen to tne 'Omce aua euuuuiaui .ura proceeds of her thefts are taken from her,' and she is required to sign a con fession that she has stolen such and such articles, that she is liable to jjrose- o nt ion. and that she expects to oe prose cuted if she ever enters the store again. In the possession of our own establish' ment are ' several 1 hundred of these documents.' -- A disclosure of their con tenta - would earTv. consternation, into anma of onr most fashionable social cir ole-t. and people would stand aghast oy the disclosure bf the names that are nnnn the roll of ruilt." ' . - 'f Ara iheseaaahjonable shoplifters ntrer prosecetedf' " Rarely, If ever. It does not pay to nroeecute them. It would create scandal, carry ruin into the families of tnose accusea anu prejuuim uio lukcii e.te of tna house. . The system of com- nellino- a confession almost lnvart'iDiy prevents the woman from ever. wealing as sin. 11 is a matter ' 01 oonuy w un- Itkv the course I have indicated. . Do I think there is resile such a thine kleptomania? ,- Beyond a doubt there is. I wilt rive vms clear illustration of it: A woman, ' well known in society, the wife of a conspicuous eitiaen,' came into our store not long ago. No suspicion has ever heed rnurtauedregarding her. but by the mere-t chance a floor-walker discovered tnar sae ao-oa strangery, uu the attention of the detective employed by us was oalled to her queer ooudnct. He kept an eye upon her until she had mna in. a. dozen different Counters. stolen articles an'd-eoBcealed-thetoi Just Mshs ew sasalnir outot-tbe tora door tiMiKMilM said : -Mad4ms. the V-wish to see you in the office.' She immedi ately became very much agitated. It teemed as it ' she was paralysed with fear. When she reached the office member of .the firm said: Madame, you have article upon your person which : were stolen from this store. Yoa .have been seen at the act. Yoa mast shew ns what you have taken and give it up.' ' She made no at tempt at concealment or denial, "but he was pale with fright and overcome with shame and mortification. She searched her pockets and took ont what he had abstracted from the different departments. She ' had three doien pairs of kid glove, several pairs of h-we, a large quantity of ribbons, some fanoy lawalrv. and anma tO-Xh-brushes. ' The wretched woman. -It t paroxysm of boat was launched and started on its, perilous journey, but the current was to ttrontr that the men were out to leeward and the boat forced inshore. - Launvh insr the boat again, they got far enough, out to reach the line, which was fast en, board thf wreck, but the sea was run nine so mgn tnat it was snatcnea iron the hands 01 tne men wno neia k, ana again they xwere driven asnore. as other powerful effort was made to reach the wreck, and thistfmetney succeeoe-i., , One of the, men oq the .wreck, Edj ward Hunter.' bf MaTnrf the steward rof the schooner, wno re rosea to g p in the riffdns'. had- been weahedeoverv board and lost about .davbreakr: .-.The .remaining .eight men, .: wejre.'", carried asnore; lour at, a time areaoiuuy oe numbed by their' long exposure to the cold. - Richard' Gordon, a member of the Cobb wrecking ere wit died from the effects of exposure lust about the time . 1 1 . t. ir.'. . ne reacnea;Uie snore, yntc .r- qintan. , - . (,. , a . The Comets ta' thlna. : The appearance : withih- the last - two years of (wo oometaH bee been - regarded a a most menacing, pprjepv oy vunwa Doliticiaas.. TJieicreMmbianoe to nam ing swords Is. regarded as emblematic 1 of the vengeance of Heaven on an an worth v nation; It is4tated that in conse quence of the last come an argent de cree has been promulgated in the name, of the youthful monarch, stating; that it T 1 1? .! '.n. .V. .ffl.l. IS a eiesr lauiuaiiuu uuh uiv ji ... ,u.v are lax in makhur proper reports to the throne, ajutnaveibean; keeping tne em peror in "the dark, as lo pestilences and other calamities among tWpeople.. His Majesty has reason to sbjeueye tnat im proper qfficials have been appointed ; be hits, moreover, subject . his- imperial heart to.a rigorous examination , in- the seclusion of his palaoe,.ABd he is much disquieted at the result. .The people. he finds, are poverty -stricken, and await relief, and the present is a time of great anxiety and em oarrassmenU . The orisii must-be met. with prmpt'meaqires and a reverent heart rxhe- Ministers are ac cordingly enjoined to exbibit loyaltj and justice; tnd to -strenuously guad themselves against the thraldom of offi c al routipe. . They are to dl-wover the real sute 6f the country- aftd to mace such dispositions as may give nse to au possible advantage' and eradicate all DOSSlOie evil. . XI su (iais oe , uuuo, we have the imperial r aasuranoe' that the people will live, iq peace and puietness till heaven, be' ia narmbny with earth and all harmful inauenoes allayed. 11 decrees were always obeyed . the. comet will have exercised a .beneficent, Inna ence on the condition lof j thB. Chinese people. Hatutt; 1 !;." some of their land, or working: to its full capacity what they have, grasp a'ter more, thus increasing the wate, and too often dect easing the profit, with sometimes loss of the land in the end. which ia usually a relief. If you men tion improvement to them they know it all, and will even assume to instruct vou, assuring yoa ' that some land i "too poor to do anything with," ana pleading a lack of manure, or the too great oet of enriching the land with purcn-ised manures. Ana yet it may oe that round-about' them are those who never lack for manure, growing large and profitable crops, on land originally as poor as the land they eimouun 01. Good tillage ana nome-maae manure are the most successful mens of raining full and profitable crops. The manage ment must be to prevent not oniy wasie in the land; but in labor, in manure, and in many other ways that my seem small, but in the -agreg te amount to much.. This mut be done, as the aver age profit per bushel or pound of" pro duce is nece-warilv email. ' Economy is a valuable aid here as in everything else, and the farmer can not well practice it - too much. Be-id.ss, he must have knowledge and experience, not only in a general way, bu directly applied to hia own land. 1 He may grow large crops the largest, if yoa plewe that will cost more than they are worth, as is often the cie with premium crops, or with corn grown from the silo, or par ticularly where commercial fertilizers- are nsed. I ne ground, very highly ana deeply enriched, will lose some of its manure befoie it can be appropriated, taking years t do it, with lo.-s of the Interest and the risks which accompany ovenrrown crops. Less manure might. on the whole, have grown as good crops with Jess loss, .tne best way is ana this experience must largely decide to e manure enough to erow xuii crops. or such as will secure the most advant age, all things considered, in which rase there will always be enouirh manure lett in the soil to favor the next crop, which may not need additional fertility to grow it, depending upon what U grown. some crops requiring less manure, anu to some extent of a changed character; but there should always be enough to tax the full capacity of the soil, so that the greatest profit, all things considered. may oe reaiiAcu. huh as uioiv tuou this is , a waste, to some extent, of manure; what is less is a lack and im plies waste in land. F. O., in Country Uenueman.. After Lons; and Weary Waiting- Keller la Brought to those who Need it. "Well, Pat," ald an Orange county Physi cian to a complaining Irish patient some vears ago, "for that pain in your chest you had bet ter ao home and pat on s nmstard plaster. I can't think this minute of anything- better. And by the wsy," a ided the ductor tnrnlrg to a frh-nd, "I wish somebody would Invent a real good plaster something; actually help ful for such cases s Pal'a Maybe tbev will sometime, when It too' lute for me to ne It." When BENSON'S- CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER was placed on Ihe market about ten vears ago the doctor's hope became a fact. Because of the rare medicinal virtues Inherent In it, its rapid action and sure re sults, the Cspclne is fast displacing- the slow acting plasters of former dsvs, for all affec tions to which a plaoter is ever applicable. Prire 23 cents. Ia the middle of the genuine Is cot the word C 4PCINE. Seabury A John son, Chemists, New York. 2St4 The Doctor's Secret. . Probably no new developement will more surprise the public, than to learn the secret of success of certain lea-'ing physicians. When they have a difficult r-ase of throat or lunar disease tnat oar' fles their sclen ific skill, thev prescribe nr. Kinsr's New Dlscovrv fr Consump tion. OotichB and Colds, having ais- imtgeJ In a prescription boitle, with iholr own directions and name attached. The patient Is cured and they get the credit. TIDiine. atrial Domes iree at Hoiurhton'a Drue Store. Large size $1.00. 7-ly Fruit and Ornamental Trees. I would respectfully announce to my old natrons and friends that I am per manent! v located in Weill nirton, and am prepared to furnioh all kinds of fruit, shade and oruamentil trees and shrub bery to order. I shall canvass my eld territory thl winter and hope those de sirlne anything- In my line will hold their orders till I have an opportunity to call unon them. Orders lor orna mental trees and shrubbery will receive especial attention. 11 C. W. Bikcr. A Word of Caution As is usually the case where an arti cle of true merit has attained a world wide reputation b it wonderful results as the celebrated Electric Bitters have done, certain Unprincipled parlies bave endeavored to imitate them, and expect to induce the unsuspecting public to niirha.se their fraudulent wares. Ask your druggist for the genuine' Electric Hitters, tnat are gnataniee-i 10 cure aiitf t ike no others. Sold by J. W. Uougn ton at 50c. 7-ly Consult Tour Own Interest. Recollect we guarantee relief with one application of Hil'on's Great Eng lish Pile Ointment, and a cure if di-n-ctionft are followed Woser & Adonis, r'rig l8is, Wellington, are our agent" for the alc of these goods, and wo nly ak you to consult them iefore trying ny other. One application will convince you that what we a you can Trv it. 60c. Use Ur. u unti s Best Eastern Stoves n the market. i. ; - c CALL JLTST 1 ": - -' . .: 7 , , :li . Bo Convinced that I can make, ft an object for you to ouy mm. . WELUHGTOU, 0 Common-sense Rem.edy SALICYLIC A.-' No more Rheumatism - Gout or .NeiiraliA.' Fersisent.srs' .niristeei.' rrva TaABsagraBUsBan axb nvn knowjt TO ran. ia ibisolscibi tCDiloiCHann. anna Mm pbokobi pktsicujis axd PBCeOISTS FOB THK BTASDIHS i.F SAUCTLIOa BHOH.ET. THE ONLY DI80LVER OUS URIC ACID WHIOH EXISTS IN THF BLOOD OF RHEUMATIC AND GOUTY PA TIENTS. 8ALICYLICA is known remedy, becenee It strikes directly at the cause of Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, wut.c mv HI.UJ rv-viicl BpccXDCS MUQ SUD posed panaceas only tiest locally the rffecta. It has been conceded by eminent scieo ists that outward appllcatlotis, such as rubbing with oils, ointments, linimeits,and soothing ' loUons will not eradicate these disrases wbich are the result of the poisoning; of tne blood , with Urlf Acid. ' SALICYLIC A works with msrvelous effect on this acid and so removes the disorder. It Is now exclusively esed by all celebrated phy- ! alciaes of America and Europe. Highest Mtel--calAcademj of Paris repot to 96 per cent cares i" tmym :..-m . XTTTVTEJVCJbtJil-H.. that SALICYLIC A is a certain cure for Rhen- uau-m, uouiaou xneuralaia. The most In tense pains are sntadoed almost instant It. refunded. . Thousands uf testimonials sent on applica tion. . rr ti s Box, Boxes tor 5. Sent frre ry niHi oi. r- rlpt ,. ninnrv. '-' Aj"K TOUR DRIJf50lT trnu it But do nlt be deluded intu takinu-iniit.U,.n or sabstitutes.or soeietniita-mwiumendert as "Juat as kimkI !" Insist on the rnulue with the name of WASBBURNE & CO.. n .- h " box.whit-b is guaranteed ctiemicnlly pure un. -der our signature, an Indlapensible requielte to Ins re success in the treatment. Tke no vuici ua pquu HJ Usa. - 13-ly WA-HBUR5TE4COnPoPrietor; 287 Broadway, cor. Rede 8t., , Nbw York. For Sale Vr H. G. STARR A. Co. NeirvotisExIiaustioiii i " Prematuio !cay, i Xossof Hemory. . An avpage Cloth-bound Book of whclesome ; Advice to Vijimt Men, by a Keeular Physician. . 8ENT FREE -???' -' ieaa a aSSasawawaasT 1 l aw sWannpsa, AuWMg THE HEALTH aOURKAL. UtLWAUaTr. Via. J. W. H 'OUGHT ON, 5GS.0 ..! i mii i PBALBB IS ... t - i -. Patent Medicines Dye Stuffs; Trusses, and Snoulder Braces. ' - ; ; OUR STOCK OF PATENT MEDICINES embraces all of the standard goods, and is fresh, "beins; purchased direct of . ' Manufacturers.' We' keep a ful line at all times. We have ' ' ' 1 '" also a large and well selected stock of consisting of the finest and bes ' Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics, rlair Brushes, Tooth Brnshes,VCombsMu-rdrs, etc which are all first-class goods, .., and which will be' sold very. low. Our stock of re-ly on. Irixh Liniment. lOyC Cora Keal aatl Linseed MeaL "What is the value of ground oil cake as compared to corn meal ior cows in ... . . ... ... ... , mile, tat'euinir oacue ana uonr- asas a eorrespondenu . The average of analy sis oi American ou caae is as xoiiows Ash, 7.13; protein,' 32.48; crude fiber, 9.70: nitrogen, tree extract, 3..ob:tai, 13.03. The analysis- ox corn meal la ah, LoS; protein, .iu.t; crude noer. 1.73 : nltroeen. free et tract, 69.69 : fat. 6 59. Now from this we find that the a buminoids ate present in the linseed meal to a larger degree thaa in the corn meal, and that oonsequeaUy as a food for the tissue of the animal body, it is sunerior to corn meal, and that in the fat-giving element U is poorer than the corn meal is. . The value of linseed meal is not in iu fat-eiving element, but as coarser fodder. .There ia nothing better in Itself for fattening animals than corn The difference in price v may- make so m thing els mora desirable and;mtre profitable, out corn or corn meal u tna great fattening iooa ox tnis ooaciry.i - Th price of linseed meal as earn oared with prices of other fo-ids. must al-o be ttken. into, consideration ia de ciding who her it will be profitable' to feed it. The same results will be reached by feeding m II tuffs as will come from fee-ding line-d mnal, and. the question of con must decide the question of which to nse. Western Rural. - f ;t..-i- . -r To make .fine coffee, retaining all of its aromtttio qualities ' have a coffee pot containing the desired quantity of boiling water, into which plunge the coffee, tied up in a muslin bag. and' let it infuse therein for not less than fifteen pot .standing in ra t hirtv minute, the rrief. fell upon her knees, and in agon- j a hot situation, but aot allowed to boll taed tones impioreo, uexvj, aiuim - v . Buoklen'a Arnica Salve. . The Beat Salve In the worl-i f.r Cut, Brulx-s, tsires. Ulcers, Salt Khuem, Kever -Sore-, IVtter, t'hat pfd haiidf, riiiltiUin-. C-rns'and all Skin Erui- ti..na. a-xl ixiiiivtly cures Piles. It In triiaraiiteed oeiv Baliffiictiou or nion- reiuii'ied. Prire 25 cent per box. . For t-ale by J. W. HoiighUin. . 6 ly A CARD. - To all who are autferlnit from the errors aud iudliicretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, kc-, I will wnd a reclDe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Tnia ureal remedy was dls h a mlsslonsrv In South Amerlc. , Send a self addressed envelope to the Rzv. Joseph X. Ismah, button D, New York t itj. will be closed ont at actual cost, aud will afford all an opportunity to pur. - chase at a bargain. We have also a very large line of the , best manufacturers of . .. . which we are offering at a great reduction all warranted. A fine stock of . . Put 'laa ajid Xfiquos for medicinal purposes ' only. ' We cordially invite the public to call and examine our goods, confident that we can show them ' As Good ;Croods:: and; as,. Low Prices - a as any house in the State can afford. ' : .' V'!. . '' " ' - West side Public Square Wellington, Ohio. T. W. n07CH701T. A Sew American Horror for Europe. How fortunate it is that in the earlier and severer days of our national de velopment Europe kindly forbore to tell us. now entirely dreadful were some American products on wmcn minions oi lives were absolutely dependent ! Strong men would have failed hopelessly, and the heroes of our Revolutionary period would bave died ia infancy had there been any one to tell them that Ameri can pigs were alive only with trichina:, our beef was unfit to eat, our mutton destitute of nutritive qualities and our weather worse than anything outside of Scotland. But a more startling ana terrible decision than any of these has just been announced by an English con temporary; it is tnat corn iue-u iasusi like the smell of mice, appears to the tongue to contain a large quantity of sand and that those who habitually eat it go mad. This is simply aw fuL par ticularly as Americans have never sua- . i ! . r . I I A A fif. PCOMHI IU tor two nuuuira " "-j er a larire proportion, sometimes a majority, of the A lue ican people have suboi-tted on corn meal almost to the exclu ion of flour, and found it so pa'a fable that many of them preferred it. I hey have g- ne mud but tboy never knew it, for the proportion of insane r-ersons in localises where corn-meal bread U most used it noticeably sui.-ul. Still, perhaps, our people do not know raadnas when they -ee it. Three Amri-c-ins quite famous for euiavagtnt fond' ne. for food made from corn meal wei e George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Hubert E. Lee. The world admits that there was something unu-ual in the If vou have a Cold or Cough of any ki-id. buy a bottle of Hill's Peerles. Cough Syrup, use it all, if ot satisfied return the empty bottle anu we will re- fuid your money. We also sell the Peerless Worm Specific on the same term no cure no pay. Cobb's Little P. dophylliu Pills will cure headache, tiilllousness. constipation, etc., or no pay. One pill a do-e. 43 ly H. O.. Starr & Co. THE REV. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind. .- -noih ntvaelf and wife owe our lives to eUlLOH'S CONoOMPTION CURE." For sale by J. W. Uuughton. ARF. VOC MADE nilaerable bv Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow SkiuT Bhiloh's Vltalelzer la a posi- tln t urn. For sale bv J. W. tlouKUton. WHY WILL YOU c uitb when Bhiloh's Cure Sole Agent f OT Wellington will s-iie Immediate reliel. rnce iu cis. au CU. and l: For sale by J. W. Uoughton. fJHILOH'S C ATA RKH REMEDY a positive run tor Catarrh. DhJtherla and Canker Mouth. For sale by J W. Houghton, S.:Y. GARPENTSR, ; . pBALBa ur . Watoh.es, . Clooks, ' Jewelry, ' and Silverware, North Side, Liberty Street, . WEttlNGTOH, OHIO Regulates tha Watch with Certainty. : Afphed m FIVE minute. . t.r ,;1V Repairing a Specialty. sKf.atcio SESUUTES for Teske'8 Regulator. Patent Watch ' "ratcli CBPAlMTf. SalatgedTwioa) Applied . MINUTES, "IIACRMETACK," a lastlno; and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. For aale by J. W. Houghton. - BHILOH'S CUKE WILL immediately relieve CruUD. Wbuonlnir UUKh anu tironcniua. For sale by J. W. Hougbion. vnn nvPFPATA ana l.iTrr Comnlalnt. vou have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Bhiloh's Vltallzer. is never laus 10 sure. For aale by 1. W. Houithton. A NA8AL INJECTOR f tee with each bottle of Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy, rnce ou cenie. For aale by i. W. Houghton. s:..ei)issf-a ir i f $ r. M.! In endless variety, al the Furniture 22ooms of A. Ct. & a. L. COUCH. LECTURE TO On the YOUAG MEN', osa of - tf r Ffilkst(t? The largest and finest assortment ever shown in Wellington. iljLi-rAMXJlrOWLl Come and see onr Fancy Patent Rockers and Easy Chaii s, . i w.tnre. Treatment Kattcii bamboo and willow : CaiBD and Othce i'hatrs ior laaies, iren- i tea, m- l a - tlemen and children ; Stands, Brackets and Toilets, Foot Rests and Ottomans, Wall Pockets and fancy Woods, at low? st puces. niental ortranizauon of l he-e men could it have bi-en merely corn-mea. madness N. T. H ratd. lecture on in duced by Mif-snuae. luvoiuniary bmlHluna, Impo- teniry, Aerroui ueDimy. ana imjwuimeBi. w mmr nams aeiieraiiy; U.... t.t . ..1 i hn i., ....,ti. u n utiiurof ih- 'Orees Hook i-K M.i.m..wnftt uthur. lb thla ailiiilnbie LO ture clea- iy i ruvea frum bl owa experU nee that tba awful .-o eaueoceaof.e.f aiHiM may be . e taaily i.m.iM4 witti.Mit jAnneroua Minrlcal up-ratloaa. bou ales, tQ.lruun.nta, rtuga or ord a.; point I.ik out a m Kle ol cur.- at once certala, aad eRectual. bT .kt... - WHH ... IY..r..i- n. 11) dl IP . W hi. CUullit Oil " J . - i . .i dui be, may cure oitnu cucapiy, im lcij. r i irtMm Lactate will prors a boon to laoasanda and ttiou.anuK. a. , , .luiiMini . niata .nn-liiM. to anr aoarpaa on receipt ot tlx ceois o two youait .taaipa. Adrem 1 . THE COLVERWEU. MEDICAL CO.. 41 AnnSu. MwyoTK.k.T.i Po i Office Box.i3U- lltndsome girli make successful thieves, for no one like to snspect them of wrong. A bright bruut-tte illuUraUid this at Ast ria, N. Y., the otlier day. She went into the choir of a church dor ins service snd wal'-oil off with th sea'skinn and ge tr of Hie singers. N I.Uerald. A. mmMmmtUm mf e latBMM Jrow, jParwaieM Jiaric mm fXwwl yaiatmUt wi., Jor DmbiUt, Xa f Upp tue. froia-eHaai c VUmt Pumrm s is indiiptmtm SrloortiiXpuRiFiES OTl take pleeenreX " THT J $72' A UV hi.iI. .thnffl.tlTtlltllldaitrtOM Beat bueiDH a now oeiorv tuv iwwhn . mI w. will ttan yoa M. n.w. .men. twirl -as rrawBurairoj- . . i. ... v..w I. t..e tune. 1 ou can wort In p.re timtf.or a-lve your whole time W the boalncu Soother bnrtneM will pay oa " well. No one can fall to ae enormou. pay, b ta-B-wli' at once. Ccatl. outfit and tcrun free. Mooer 5,.,! f.T nd liunorably. Aduraaa Taca 4 Co.. Ausuata, Maine. - rw- Wetl.ilnif Cards a specialty at the Eai'ic&FHisa Office. &BV.A.Z. After st tn ' TRDH TONIC, I take pleeenreX " THC tn statins- that I bare been ny rtflT U npauoni wiu una . ot the .rreatest value . where a Tcaiiels aeoae I reoonunena is EBV. 3. L?TOWirEa, Industry, HL, ee,ys- "Ioonaider it moet excellent remedy ior debilitated -vital roreea. - aa a tellable lemxlfarl event, noeeeasinar doubted nutritive and leetoratlwe itiopeitlee. f.mrfn JC.U ok. x. usa. ZSBtXB IT TBI DR. BARTER; BCZBICIKS GO,, CSX. IU2X R. tflflli. '