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A PATENT MILKER AND A FANCLED MILK PAIL. NEW- Th- 'Torj Is m rrlriul to Man if lit) Is Ti-"(1 Half Wry Dently-Kpirlm ( iU rlriiiiia How Urooiu Corn la II irvpntml. I i 1 a to in ft patent arrangement fur mllk inr wh timt U auiiitiuios used. It is a Tir - ill invent .oa. U U not to be used Iui .. i u-.uiy t:iia:T, However, imt tor cows wl. . i-oro touta. The tubed urd inserted go- y into f.ne teat J, and pushed tfrud-1 ua upward. Tho pase for the milk ti-.. i.einj open, it win now uown ny mo ir.i.i:o iorco ot gravity, una stream thifin !i tho m(ll:er into tho pail. The g(j"' v.iii;; of no res on the cow's touts Is thud avoided. " PATENT MILKER. There I r a'njle silver tube, with holes in tin; bldo for tho milk tj conio out, that Is Bor.ictimes used in cast's of lnllauted Udder. It Is gently and gradually forced Into tho milk passage, and the lluid Hows d before. Warm Plied. The shed here ill ust raU'd isproof oalnst almost any winter's cold, and especially if tho opening Is towards tho south. The denuo mass of hny so closely p.ickixl on the sides aud tip will effectually keep out tho nor' easters. The front should v I d e d bo pro-. With ft door, and tho shed made where tho cattle cannot! warm shkd, get ut it, or they . will soon devour tho hay or strnw used as a coverins and "weather boarding." Skeleton Bheds rati bo made opening into the barn-yard, and these top covered with corn fotMcr, with the luick and ends treated the same way. If the frame is J made strong enough, etitlro crops of fod der can be stored on tho top of the shed, and used as ueedod. We have, for nev eral seasons, usetl such a skeleton shed, when wo did not have room In Ivirns and out buildings to store the fodder; the fod der kept admirably. American Agricul turist. Pig Trough. Some man, it docs not appear who, lias invented the following pattern for an Improved pin trough. Tho aides of tho tronrh are "Irmly nailed to tho end boards. 0 tt.kdin'u Tnoccn pon Pins. An upright board, which runs length wise of the trough, divides it Into two parts, ami keeps tho pigs from getting into the trough. Strips, four inches wide, natlod to Die edges of the trough, divide the length Into spaces for each pig to feed iu, and prevent one pig from crowding the next one. There must always be more spaces provided than ther urn pi..s ; to fowl, in order to avoid right ing among ' the animals. These troughs may bo 1 made of various lengths, according to the number of pigs to be fed. I'lg Partners. The way for the small fanner to make money out of his bogs is to take them Into partnership. This cau be dona in a uuniber of ways. At first they will take the sour milk and turn it Ipto money In the most profitable way it am be done. Exwriments have shown this. The kitchen slops, which often defile the back J door, can alvi be used by the active part ner, aud, if stromu'thetied a little with middlings, they will rapidly turn into cash. Then come tho weeds. I have found out what the most of t hem grow for to feed pigs. Tl' we that they won't eat will make g'xnl manure, aud here the pig Is a partner worth having. There are lots of things which lit ter up the grounds and make them look rouub and urikept which the p'gs will help to get out of the way. The only vehicle necessary to do the business of the Ilrtu Is a wheel harrow. If can lie loaded !oth ways, taking weeos i Uu pigsty ami going bar k ith manure for the crops in tho garden. Nothing like hog .manure out in the lot where it was plowed under for the fod p'reorn. The st.dks arc twice as large as they an- where the barnyard manure was put. It is so every time. -The ph will turn thu plan!.uius, tho puia lane and the lawn unss to the I --t ac count. ' A fraud bal a field full of wild momldg glories and they ran the crops out so badly that it bnrdly paid to culti vate tho laud, lie got a hint from Kirby Homestead, and looght up a M of fhoats, took them as partners mid turned them into I'm field. Kvery day some shelled corn was scattered ultoiiWiuid tho hogs ate it and rooted around for more, and so ut ft taste ot. thy nxU of the uiytiing l?lorios a"d they kept rooting for them until the field was entirely cleared. i Another boil a lare !awu full f llre-for-ever, and it defied nil cutting, hoeing and salting. , The despised pig was turned In and fed just enoun'i to keep it keen anil smart, and it went to rooting. The drxr ynrd did not bsk very inviting ;that soaMrti, mid p.t.-e.rs by wondered at the taste, but v'ie pits tleareil out the live-for-ever so thorrnigiil that not a vestige remained, and the next spring then; was the clean ground to make a smooth and handsome lawn. Pigs will worry this tles awfully in the same way, end all other foul stuff. The land always wel comes their prevnee, judging by the ex pression afterward. Where pigs are kept there will always be good crops. Pigs rJionld I takrn as permanent partners, but the haaiion should tie changed frequently. Two years ls long enough to carry on business in the same place. For this reason port able shelters arr a R'I thing, or it may . be so arraug-l that the hcUcr stall be stationary, but the fet-diit pl.t. r should be all around. -F. D. Curt' in Kural New Yorker. itpirlng Caderriralna. , is n fact which e.xperlrnr cf di'tehers jvcll know that digging down to repair ditch is less laborious than moving soil that has never been dug through before. This means, i( course, yUxa where the soil la not sainwted with water overflow ing from tho drain itself. Thl Is nil tho BtroiiKor rt'asou why tho work should not bu nok'ctol. Yet it is nn odd Jo, and lit lcst a (ll.viu'nvuhlo one. Hence miles of uiukT.lruiiilnjj uro ullowed to becomo nearly or quite worthless for Lick of tho needi'd attention at t!io rislit tiiuo. All t!ie materials for the drain, either atone or tile, an maily nt hati'l, an l it requires only labor tu put theni la pl.VP. When filling in aftr a bmak bus liooa itMciiivd tJiere will bo Btronir temptation to uso nu u-o bt!ie or to place over tho ' drutn a covrinr of 1 stmw or other coarse material for tho vvaUr to filter through, Tho less tnaU-riol Ib used, ext I'litim earth over tho drain, tlui Kttor Its chancer for I durability. Too tnany stoned urn fre.ient cause of f.ulure. Tiu y are disturbed by deep fronts, and if the drain lt.lf U loosened so::io atones are apt to cave In on It. Straw and hay, souietiiiKa u.sol, are even wort. They pruvi.-nt tho earth frora being puckeil closely around tho drain. In ft year or two they decay anil leavo a vacant space over the water conrso, which is oidy broken down when the soil is thoroughly saturated with wat. r. If soil cont.iininij any vegetable matter I packed closely around tin stono or tile there neod be no fear that water will not iliul its way off through the drain when the surroundlm; soil is sudlciently wet. Amcrclun Cultivator. Harvesting Itroani Corn. The breaker will walk backward and boI.o the corn about us high as the waist band of hl.s trousers with the left band, at the same time seizing it with tho right; then with a jerk downward aud back ward he lays It diagonally across tho row. Then the cutter with a knife like a shock kni'o follows and cuts a handful witli A shank to curb brush, a! Hint six inches long, and lays it ou top of the table, whence tho haulers gather It and take it to the sled, whero a cylinder, set full of wire teeth and run by horse power, takes the seed oiT. The latter oocrat.Ion Is termed "holdincr on." and two or U) ret! men will girt, and straighten tho brush for tbfl mini who buhls im " H v ill take a handful, and v i Lit onu knee braced asjaiust the cylinder frame will ny the brash on the rupidly revolving cylinder, and with a Hunt and left turn 0f the vi iHls will c lean the c d off. He then iays the brush in an X shaped 1mx; it Is then carrlod by the shelver and laid ,, shelves made of poles or luths, where t jM allowed to dry. Then it is "bulked," or taken olT the Khelves And put down in a pile for convfulciic9 in )alim. S.)uieof tho t;nwrrs In Douglas county Ills., luivo as high ns olX) acres. They rini a fo've of ,0 men, and no one Siands uiouud in tho house or out. Lost, year there were ab'ut IH.fSJl) acres ot bnsm corn growu in this county. This year there uro alwwt 23,OM acres. Uood corn makes alsmt a ton to throe acres, and the crop will average that hero this year. At $tW a ton it is (s(iial to an average crop of Indian corn at 30 rents a bushel. Indian corn does well following bfisiiii corn, but small grains always make a poor crop. The Wild Carrot Niilvmie. There Is no question that thu wild car rot is t he degenerate offspring of culti vated carrots, left to seed and grow for years without cultivation. It is all the greater pe.st for tho fact that it will thrive ou any kind of hind, and will both grow and seed ou sod, where, of course, its root has no opjsirtunity to develop. ISut it has so degenerated that even the best cultivation would not pnxluee acrop of eata'do rohs from wild carrot, scs-d. When comparatively svetu-ce In a clover pas fire or meadow the wild carrot may U" pulled out. by hand after heavy rains. U is easily seen at a distance by Its white blossom, standing higher than the clover, lint where it has once seeded heuvily hand pulling is inipr-n ticable. The only sure way to get rid of It is to plow and rusced with clover, npeating thi.s protNus s. long as the wild carrot continues to ! too abundant to pull. Mowiug it. down does no gissl, for it will shoot up from tho stump and perfect its seiyl. If followfvl t(s prsistntly for thi.s It w ill live over winter and perfect its seed the following sea-'T-on. Owing to the diluVulLy in kecptng this seed down carrot .seil should not be grown except where great, care is tiken that none of its seeds are scattered alsmt the. farm Then mill Now. The following is a st.-iienient of the comparative price in thU country siKty years ago: A bushel of wheat would boy two yards of calico, or domestic shirting; now it will buy fifteen r twenty yards of the same grade of grits i.v A bushel of Corn would then buy a ouiid of nails; ' now it will buy Nmi pounds. A pair of I factory blankets would c..i a cvw in ' 12h now the price of a common cow i v. ill buv live pairs of us good ouality. A bushel of suit, then reirred I went y dozen ' of e rgs Iri pay fur i! ; that numls-r of eg: Will now buy It'll bnshiK'of ulf. --low 't lifgLst. r. I'rnnini; Or up" Vine-. , 'Any time after the r.-ivf hse fallen will an.iwcr for lu imiiig ui-ir"1 vin. i. Ir is prohatdy lie-.. to It ia I he fall, no that tho vim- will be thrown d.jwu from the t reili-o-s. Nejirt.be ground t.liey will Ih1 oercil with siiow.ari'l thu- protect.il floin injury by severe frol. II, is noL Im'sI. in very cold climates to cut. back very eloM-iy. The bud next I he i-ul may tie fni.en, and it i 'x'tti-r to lean- a louder tub and cut back in I he r-j i- 1 1 r el lei lio-. riaiig'-r has Mvsed. I'tilii t. lo And to Know. The N'i-ig ir.i is the mr po(ul.tr of the lute uraji-s. Chickens ran le fattened in twelve days to tw o weeks if theyurc kept III a partly dark place and led all the) will eat . Dr. l-ormg says nothing but a horse should be called a thoroughbred, (lattle of that class, he says, should be called pure bred. Two shorthorn bulls, a tow ami a heifer have been purchased from the ijuecu'e farm at Windsor, and have gone to the l.'nittMl States. High bred horses should not be woiked in the collar, rcau! their shoulders are so sharp-pointed ami slanting iliat tlie collar will not fit over them. Hie ldnbon society for the protec tion of birds from milliner', and ladies wa turned iu New York city in Febru ary. It has spread throughout the coun try and is having sue. The Weitern farmers have rvil4ntly rciM'hert a nts'u! where nothing short of fne dried corn cjn le rebul un foraeet. Here is a ijue-.tiin we woubl like to have some of the learned writers elucidate. Teti year jo one half the seed yms taken from the t lib to the planter. To do such a thin:; now would.be to get leas than half a tand of corn. Is our ccrn like the .lrr-ry iw, o inbred IU it hno tita! tj" l'eoria Traji i t. SCIEXCK AM) PKCMilJKSS. THE FISH FROM WHICH FERTILISERS ARE MADE. Co-o'serullv l'oi'uilnu In KngUnd luter tMtliiK Scle-llrtc I'-! Tfta Little Moas bunker a, Vlih Uoue of Contention, fcvrry L'reulur U HU Enemy, A rel hut dlsmU U golutf on between the hore fishermen and the nWitmr flsherincn ens'!?! ln the menhaden Industry aloim the New York and Now England coast The iiKMilittdeii is a fUh which is Uie chief depend ni for manure ou Lon Islund and otlier jwi Ui "f tlto north Atlantic coast. The l omnion mune of tho menliaden is mossbunker. During thesunnunr months It come near tho eivistiii great shooLs for the purixme ul spawning. It is not much of a fl-Ji tor OJiting, eseept early In the spring. Dut for a fertiiiAT of tho soil, ami for furnish ing oil, the mowJmnker U unexcelled Kvery Uxly's hand Ls a'iunst it Man iimkes fUh oil of it aud commercial fertilia-rs out of what. Ls left after tho oil Ls prvtxl out Other Rh eat it. by tho million. It Ls a part of the regular diet of the warlike and much prized Lluo tldi. MKNHADF.S OR MOti.SltU.VKEn, Iii sjiitt of enemies tovurnung alwve the wator and IwJow it, tho prolillo little llsh is caught by millions and millions every sum mer. It Is a small fish of the bhad family, brouih-tiiv'U altove, white In-low and rainbow hues all over. It bat a blaek sjiot upii Us shoulder, if a lUi can bo Kaid to havo a slioulder. Tlw rnossbunker tlsheHos ai-e chancing in charscUT of mvnt yyirx, and henco tho trouble ltweei the shore farmers and tho steamers. A iwwei ful, snorliug little steam tu takes in tow half a dozen or more gn at oix-n. sdmld sx)ws. ft ht ams out aloin tin coast anywhere, fnnu half a mile to five miles from hind, anehois wlu-i-e there is a sh.vd of mosbiinkn-s an.l tlw ll. t pixxe.1 to tUi by wholesali. Tho "buukeiV are taken v the humlrwi tltoasaud in jhii-) net and tumbled into the b.iuts. Aftt-r vcral days, when all tlx; s.nvs are full, then the tl.vt UrUi home, trailing aao.lir Uhhul it which ''smells to he.ave.ii." ra.-tori.n are built at intervals alon the etvisk Hero the laden bouts are towd and their cauitculs converted Into oil and fertilizers, and bere for a toler ably steady thing lin-ro Ls smelling to heaven tbn yuar around. That is tho uow faJiioned way of tiiixt.buukcr Ashing. A relic, of the old fashioned way is seen in too illustration: MKNUAOK.N' SK(. A few years agt) the fariifra akuig a strip of cotvit i-JiilJwii together ti provide Isxita Hint a long tishing a i. A ns bU-iut. lxkout was kept, from an elvvatiil ibu-. A school of nwiihadoa may always bc. detected out at. s.-u hy the niuooth, shining slnnk of wator uUiva tiieui and in their wake. Other fish kill ami ent. ttsm so eoiisrautly that the oil rises from tiieir wounded ami dying tsxiies in quantity sulbcieut to 1st (dainly visible, anil makii tlm water iinooth anil shinhiir. When the ichool :is ilUvn-ntl thn riu'iiuu-s trsik I t.) tli. a' Ixwitn, hot isit through tlai bitvikers, , tlre.t loiij; nets ai'sii)d tUi) II -.h and sr-oopeil tlieiu in liti-udly by the im'llloo. A single haul of a ni l N.iiielirni-s brxight a million. When i bit (list were brought in they were loaded jnlo i.-arts holding l.UO a)iieoo, ami haul. -I ti the tliJds lUid seattiTeil bltabHt iijioii ibcni. A iiu-nUadeu is eihl to fourteen inches t. mg, and onu tl-h L- eon-idcri'd stinl i,i i, tifiv,.!l'ii) of UiriiV Hi'd iimiinrtv 'llirt -t.-ion in -s with tthr tows have bro- kin up largi Iv Ibi.-. protitablo Ashing, h,nr,n the q,iarrl. The farnu'i's ai iiiuWtuking to have ttie Li-am. rs pipiired by law i-,t, to fi.Ji within tlm-e inil-s of ill" shor. fter a day's lisliin in lie: old way tho nets with slici- le-d mioa ign'itic nvls alisij; thu short) to dev. I h in I niOile a iii. -tin .--n'.io ibjm t in tho Lai irl T -I1IH-. Die-of i hem is shown in the jiiusiiiiiii'ii t ii-MOer.it I v. r'lirmini; in Liii;IhiuI. .V "-Uili'Ssful ulfeli( ut in oifirutj HI III f.iriu.ng 1- ieH)i fs in Ihitl oi'l. A iijuiiiuiy i.t ci; nn l.ingnien, tnsimiiv u und nun -uues I i Jiiiil',i. win vm.iv out of eiiiJny incii', 1 1 1 1 1 ri 'u .in assi;j.iiiiin w inch ii'i:!l a run- I ovu f u iii of t-s x-i-.s, le-ar liu Ion. Tle-y I ,,.,:! a loml.uali'.ely hijh rental for su ti t 1 . 1 ' . , I land, Hit t live sliilhns x iu r, but. put .o licl I; 1 1 m - oil ll tln.r ilit. ei.l.ri.i ij. u.,.1 mi s-pss. Tlie I. Hid rtXs i-iii i, Ihi) and devoO"! kul' ly l-i ui'ii kiS -jid'ttiag and iliuryiu.', I be I liter increasing t- the hh -,.t ,uii ! urel c.l,T l! I i Ui li.lx' cows. i-iinm riy only , four liH-n were eriij-ioy.sl on tlie farm. Now I it "iv.-si ii.i.tat 'tii!o iin-ut to fui ty, with p:-oi-tii.iialj mcp asn of prSit. Thus is pos- ' sibl 3 lllg"StlVU l-HIK'l-lllK'Ilt f, ! IJUeniploy ' wofkuKMi i'l vrfiio Aiiu:rniin iitx". It is nx-npoiutively ea.y to xs.ure I nit on fvor- atls ti-rm-i. Th. UiftV'ulty woul I lthi,tij many ut'inpk'VMl MoirUingru-'ii sMld try to -Jin I. the severe or disagni-ul k. Itiimr imwHir atlo from at y farm opeintion.. Hi.i!l, u thero is no slirinkaU'1, tiw.) laubineti attempts at binning ai more likely to U sm-ci-..ful Uian unliviiluMl a'."empt olten rn.ide by disnjur aed meo with smdl -JipitnJ. 'o 0xprrion U- Ips Vt Usvnii the tmrdivi of la-k of moui'y nUuu each of lh imrtnor i' willing to do bl-t aliarw of thr work. -Am)ri'H'i Cut : v i'r, t -ti of Inlfint. tjinioi- surveys in.licate that 'h N'c Knland mast m slowly risua;. Ill Iierllll tile health aU-h-N UWIS (IOK-se ti) pstdldish two great -iry "unlk IwJla, ' where undoutus) pme tiulk can m by the jaior This is i:. l'i-5 lioji.: g ,ilni:u-Lni i.'oif iier- tality. A lieniL-t 'eeeiitly niy..l a hiii.jI uf a certain wiMy jvl TrU-l "net vn f o I . " ajal fouixl It to be iwwteol at-r flavr.rnl with ni- and ooa rr t tit'.er KibsTjictx. That aii thrs . t It Ls buAJ bein di-X)Vne-l thai the addition of aujar or niolss- to mortar in. iM u rrw er of bol'luig t.vtlier to an oitramuimu-y d'Jc'. It is bsbeved that the is the sec ret of lh underfill old Ruait ev'iiaiit and tuwrtai From Washington: ( I'rom our Hrxular Curniunieiit ) Washington, Oct. HO'.h, 1S8. It is remarkuhle but true thu the Govern, ineot offices of the United States, here and elsewhere, with their 130,' 00 emplev e. are going on in their work with industry and regularity. This state of thlDgs is unparal leled. It had no existence except in the (d reams of enthusiasts. Hut to make the nurprbe more surprising, this reform has been brought about by the unredeemed and Irredeemable, toe utterly, unspeakably bad Democrats, lias the tongue of the rudic u bx. rangaer lost its lubricity? Have the fictions wiih which he was wont to rally the raral Republionn bec'inio threadbare? Why Is this thus? lut mean tbese moss grown stumps, no longer prcsced by the number nines of frontier Blaiuites ? Where Is our onue untamed and rampant for bread and buiter Hi publican oratorical uieudacitv? Come wrh nie, reader, and you shall see him. Here he sits In the Talent Oilico ex. amining an application for a patent on a churn, or bustle, or an improved baby walk er. There he is in the Tension (fliei, hard at legitimate work under Democratic Com missioner ltlaek, who with a smaller force passed many more pension cases thitn any Republican commissioner, aud paid $3,000, 000 more in p nshms than Republican Dud ley, his predecessor. You see him in the Treasury Department, in the Land Office, the Indian Otlice, the Tost Office Depart menteverywhere bard ut work. How tame he looked. He will not hurt you. His ma Ign e nefgy is pcorche I. There Is a restless pent up.uess about him. It seems abnormal to him to be c -tinned to honest work during a political campaign, but he will get used to U; it will not kill him. Hy and by the novel idea that he is paid to work for the United States, and not fur the Republican party, will take root in the worn soil of his moral senc. His Inocuous political desue tude will be a blessing to the country. What wonderful changes have taken (dace in twenty months 1 They have overcome ns like a summer cloud, not dark and porteu tious, but big with salubrious showers. Twenty months ago the property owners in Washington were despondent. It was predicted that a Democratic Tresident would dismiss all the office holders, that five thou sand owners of homes in Washington would have to sell at a loss, and that a fall In rea' estate would follow. Tho result has been the reverse of that predicted. Instead of wholesale dismissals, only the Idle, tho in competent and the dissipated were cast out. The health, the moral tone and efficiency of tho public service were greatly improved. An improvement in real estate and in gener al business followed as a natural result. The Government employe and his dependauts, who compose fully one-half tho population of Washington, no longer feel that their living depends upon political service, or up on the ins and outs of political parties. He has become ft changed man more respected by othen., having more respect for himself. His credit Ls belter, and no, instead of sell ing Lis home, he holds it at a higher price. Hundreds who have heretofore rented prop erty or lived in loarding houses are buying and huUdimr. One more term of honei Democratic administration will place the' naiioiiul ertpitul on the solid grouud of as- snred prosperity, ll will require another term to enable the tree of politicul life! hlcfi t levrlana bas'pianieu anu wuieiei to 1.1 take rooJ and bear fruit Should Ilhiine, or, ,kas t on.iiKKr. at n. actum 1..10, or Sherman cmiio in two years heneo ( j 1 oht'"''', ni,?-!k ii 1 ........... ...I teal nl I'ourt llirti.. ii-B.sn 11 iumi l pui.-ij im iiivh.',. I 1. lir u thul a lare majority of oili. e " is J ' L.iUeis here arc no lottier Republican. are They enjoy a security tider civil eriee rcfol'ln 'bat Ihey hiiVO never known before , , , ,, , , .. i nd ihey are compelled to see the every diiy iiipr-ivernenis which the Cabinet offiuers ni.d 'he hcids of iliL-ji ns iinjer .Mr. t 'levelun I have introduced. They are made to do tnvre werk for lie Otivertitnent, hut tl.ey are nu lni::'i' rerpiired to do dirty and dirdniiie-t woik f .r the Republican party. They hi e nut l.nri aised day and nijihl w i'h the rr-th-c- t ii n i eit uii,is thev assist in the re tlfcti.iii el ! li'n ii elide r nf ennLTre-s or that -emit shcy will lose I. is iiifbieuee mi l 1 'S e their In i i I n a 1 I a ! r. For r !rip i-d hands, f ire ntnl T cent-, of K. Y. liriggs. ie, i K,l The fi.;il.-.-e e'..) at aitl.Ugton. r-- , . r . ii i -,i centlv trie I the exis-t llin-Iit ot t.i.Klllg w Itll I ei.l. rnfi.se was a l0,n,.r r..; r.-serit iti ves of the "tVlesti,,! kin, , i.. .ii ...i 1 . ... .t r.i ..'. I...: I 1.1. J oini, " at N.-w . oik, :nli-":iiv e i f :',1. niiles i They d.iilL' the lall'ltii- o! (Villl'.iclii-, j b w k iu'l f'iri!i with p'rfM t rwkb's-iiicss a- to tie 1'r.iili ti; ii the wires of this bur-1 ImroUs Hugo. This treinen lous test sctil. ij Uie piw-is of etKtUrance and capabilities l of the tviei!,nii ( ulirornl.t i:curslon tin N. v I'ilh and 17ih the llnrdng'eD Rou:e ('' , B. y. fly.) will -ell rouu I trip eiiii"na tickets from tttiws to Sin Krsn r.sca or l-es Angekx. I'hI , n ei'retrelr liw rate". Tickets p'od thirty ilu . - j 'injr ir. J gvivl i e'ut Iii tig sit tiiotilhs fn a. ; i ,;.r -1'-Knr fm 'tier parti, ul.irs apply lo (If). K km, Ai;'- A wi !w in IliliKils left ii Mu kW contain ing thir y :iv d U irt in h-r canii.,'-. A young man bmnd it and rftvitnl it to it owivr. sni she marril him. And yt tnora'i-ts ji-it in sjj iti tbsf hooes'y i th- le-t jadlcy. M lrx:uloui rjw ir VV . W. IC.cd,!)niiALit, of Witu I. s i r, Jnd.. wiitce " of my i iis"inei , Mrs. I.oU;s I'U'-, K.ti-'.onin, HjnJ.i'.jti Co., I ml , bi 'en' L.fT m ith Coneumptior , snd wart ir't n u lo !'. t.v her phyiii-iiin. Mi- beard t IT K'.n'a New Ihscu'err fir Coniumptin. and trepan Imying Hot me. In all niontt.a' tore she w alloij to this city.a Uiataocr of ait mile, and uo o roach iuit.rnvcd ahr has ijuii ti-tniri'- t,e feci she o- t r !.f: tu it." Kn-e Tt'a! U'.ttle nj It I.orr;m- Dru 'ore. Imaginary 111. A Philadelphia mewleal journal reports a c) ulcal doctor ut tint city us saying that "oue-.iaif ot the .caped cases of cardiac disease are dva,iiM , pure and simple; nue lialf of tiie cases of inalsri.i re lazi ness, aud twotiiirJs of the cases of nerous prostrtM"U "n'y Imd temper," and adds that the doctor ou'uht not to ylve awsy" the secrets of Ills profession; that while there ls much truth in what the cynic stys, the truth should e -t be spoken st all times. Uut "Our Faintly Thyslclsn" will tell you hew to treat all ordinary diseases which arensl troubles, quickly aud effectually without tu u e of a d a-tor, Huy It with the Fkkk Tiiauer at if i for 511 page b xk sud papei one year. A birrel of kerosene oil burled ten feet under ground will, It Is siiid, contsmlnate every well wlililn a q tarter of a mile, and the oil will be appsre ittotlte taste. The ac cumulitioiis of jirivy vaults will extend their pernicious Influence even a greater distance, although the water which It af fe ts may Uot indicate to the tsste the presenceof ntiy iiupuiity. Whether privy vaults are opeij or plastered w ith cement they can not keep the poisonous sses and substices from penetrating the tutrouud ini,' soil. OF OTTAWA. Cnpittti - 1 oo.ooo. lnMi'nt . ..Vte I'rinldiint. I'Mhler. U. M. HAMILTON M. H.SW IKT JOHN F NASli PI HECTORS : Mtltnn II Swift. I I'hix'ts) M. lliiKhuell, Wui. Cullt-u, I It M. IUmllUm. Ui's'no Inland, K. V. Orlrv. Julia V. Nmo. Rxchsnftr en Crtir-iifpi, New York, ml nil the jvruio pl cltie nf the t'nlted SUtm U'l'glit nd )IJ. Rxehsnce on EtiKlsnil, Ireland. ScUnad aiid UU0 ot-btMl Riimix1 drnwa la ouuia le anil. Coiled Stun lniJa.ll'jld atid Sliver tsmM od "W Our fiielllUc are aueh Dial we en offiv linliirvtueoti to euKtoinera. aud we aliall ue our enSnanini to re atsiafaetlati to thoe entrontuig u wtili Unsr liusluuea Banking buura rrau 9 a. m. Utl p. m. JOHN K NASH. Cwriurv. 'ATlONAt ITV HANK OF OTTAWA. (Formerly City lUuk uf Eiiih Alln I f. R. C Atl.RN lisodeni T. D. CATU N VU ITmldaiiU KO. ('. ALLFX, J Cwliti-. A. F.SC lUa ll AmiH. Cwltle. Kxihaaite on ChirB ai4 New Vork and all Us pruiclpHl clUen ewt and Wml rwuntit aud aolit RxchanK on Kn!nd, Ireland, KoSIiui.l and all Im Hirtaut puwai in CouUuenUI Kun, ilranu In auiaa a null lurclianert. C. 8. Kevenun Stiunpa of all itfU'imluaUuiie intaul ly on liand and for aale. t'lillwl State lluiuU, Luca! Wi:unnr, " 'I and Slln r boiiKlit and aold. Ualiklng busra fruin 9 a. a lo 4 r. H. A. K. SOIIoCU. AmIhI. ChkIjut. professional ffarn. ATTORNS V. jkih n. ncoSB. s.Knsrus RU Kit .V li 1 1 . 1 It ;i N . Alturi.i vit t nun wlnrmil Ijiw; ali. Nulsry I'uhlU'. oitlie In til tcivr & Mi l wi" UWk, i nm "I court taie. fi lit (i W. W. lltA U K, Atturnef and luniimlKi J. l IjlW. ;.III . Kr-iliil Siir, I eU'l MiM!.!,OlI i a. III. All li-rfiti IjUKiintm ininuil) aiirmlnl In. Jan.0 'V IIIIS, O. Kltl.til'llt'ltiN, Atr.irtiey at I oiiima. I!,llii,l otlliv lu liiwliui l, niua a JaiiM ait i'f l oin! Ileum- K. HV I HT, Aliei iu-ir ai iw, Anieirt liiixa. -cm, niii'iiiliiii k-o'u le imitiiiie iniiUcra. J. . I.I'M an. .. J. o OiiNOB. 0tl.Nv:..N .V O'COMIlt, Atlersn) at l.ii. i Mln e In Ku'l'-n-r A- Mei.i r' lil k. mw. ut uiin liiiiuu-. iniawa. llllnnu. Jul F I. I'll. IRHlkX II.H1K.. IAS I '. HI'Ull Hl'ti, H'l'KA W N ftc Ut t Kit, Attr ue h,l Cuiim-.liirii at Law nmc uver jt) I ...... at. I 4.1 . .s.l Ull.. .Ipuil. IM uwa.ni. iau.i 1 - ' U. .l U' . V. . . . , . T ..... . . . ... . . - . . - . i i . VI N. wMs'i ie N , Anru. kjhi c.mii. ' .11. iw'ler ill (j,.iiti. 111. .NuixTf i t.Mli . orrli ! in o.im.)' til.s ii. I "tia. JtmS.'st- UiltN It. KU'K, u..nu- nl Uw. I.M1 t Ul.x-k. elly nl lltlaxii Will vrm tlie law 10 t sll.; ami mlJ.ilnliiK i-uuma-a, and ;u O.y Ahm-1'hi. : mil Supn im- I'ouita. y r . . A. . Wll.I.IA.MslON, I i wjri-l , OM.twa. Illlnma. rrnliiilc iMKil-rs a 4ntiI'.) . oei llu:C lli Oi-l Hon- Juiil'Tt ort'.i I'l" tt IKKNAI1V. Atlorni'V ai IJ1W rmi I . nili I W. n.-TMVf, 1..X.HUI 1, 4 IH. UjM'Itt IliiUM llniU Hl.H k, IXtHWH. Ill .'una IW. HltKW Kit, Alt-ri.. r ii1 inif n.rai J. Ijiw. anil N.itur) I'lililn.. Uim.im S. n A I". I ! Unlliw- llH'i k. otlnwx. III. !1 4 l I ISs, AlVinn j si.. I .,i,i.. n.r l lv r 1 " Otllo. Ill Lybi ti n lii. . V,..ii :n i,. r h!h. ill l M.il M l '( i , I .1 A'l s-nry ,, I aw, t Htii. a 1 Ill oifli In il.' 1 V. LINCOLN, i.vn. Ni, ' Im s-i .Ml.irnr) si Ia. orT.o :i-t m'lr- -t ti. ! I f irt lloiu1 . Ottawa, tl. 1 'KOHO K s. t ,1 )1 1 . I K 1 K. .rtr.rnn t Otllirlli I'.Kl.i:-':.' 'I!';, k (Slaw, ill Mirl I naavavi '' ' e ' i A Y Ax WIUM ! H. Alt.n..y at U ' t'fll.: ill .VaM'.i,.-.-'-- i!..4 k. rernrT .rf I Alhi tis.-( fr..re . ,- ,n riioiv... 1,1 PHYSICIANS. It. II A 1(1 IV -..,. I !. I -s. -i to In- A ,-unl Aur, ii. lev..- of n, il -i I) XI. '- . ei i l':i 1 i. I'.-. ,.,(. .N -I U'; Ut I. M. Ii lit I N ; r H'.ium- i.i' k . In i . iM. r im i illii I' !-' AI 1 li,.lil. f M. II srtiM, M. !.. M!lx lliiurs. i t 1 if1',i' Al.ii l-nl.li ! e, AJwayi- In erti., during ,.1'ln hciirs. V.L: HU K nit. K. W. WK1H, rOKMrtuw fXA-tof.) lati fliyalclan al.,1 Surx.n tii 'So hi. Loota Yn. II lp'.. o r.c uvxr MU'ifhili C1.iO.UjK Suire, eoewroi Main ant ia.: iirvitt. !w.l-itca acaih !CiB mk Mra ki ts! r" OU. . Mll.l .Kit. ai4 Avrioi. wum, 1. tM well kn.iwn la-uCa iR,;!. "- I .! l't H. M. IMlllKHK, M. 1 ., t 11 C. I tCllnSnr li ".,!. in na,:i iww buJul:jj. fl Mdle t'rss. liwJ4tnra :1 Wtur o . V. ltlr , rmutr, ivu ki-iw and St i. Uor. or. oiuwa, 111. cwmd . In Htlars ll-ot. u!li 1J Ot CKir Hii- S-i'uan). M. K. N Kt 'i-os I rm u inrew a-io Kpn cat , ti'.i.' a-id r-ti:,i H rt .iin-i, n.:m arw. 1::. I rr. t lis. cenuw . r rvnrn wu Ilrwvll-w. W" .. r llt. WM.SIli" I lA K I I. M -m-jT .1 On ; 1 ' Hyw-v C.M'orr m trti.ary Sitnsi.Ra. Kiia aeii . ynliow f ir Lun-tei .ivnivj .i uo a:i, I ' Vi-wrTmrt Krli ee Miun' "crU 4t . . T ran 1 cocltr4 ai hu Jr. mr. Laoil V. anal I tat i SinemitfinileEt sf PDWic Scbeobi ! G. B. STOCKDALE i m ..tti , aJSm a., ta .. i" . . Uansti V . t OUi riariofl-tjt 'ua w i.pii ' i ' - w . w . on mri l f irt(. tnrcr ol -mch i.nt I nUCDTICCDC IV 0!c awt ,1 isi t iiTKM v HV W all I Ivbllw tKi. (sojt'.o' wet4n pt,K',i j vi nmtx in " .n Cs-eaii, fcod .t on f.ta at l '9 4 B'4. f . LORD & THO HAS. AJ.. . 1 A. .-. .1 T JACOBS immmim n Cures Rheumatism, NeertSQia, U VI Mill AT I I1. ills IX Ml PKI.KKS. Tiltcu.niis .iM.Kii.K tu-mianemt-.a. iex mark. Ift..,i.fefu "WtM rrrr ftum Opiutr, I.inrUct i.i l'oliinn. SAFE. n, SURE. ISCtS. PROMPT. U-rr AC I'l su .. H..M..XA. tiik tiuiu.rs a. tiNiHr.n tn.niivntinF,i. GEO. W. RAVENS," Passage Tickets, Foreign Exchangea ASS Insurance Business. ir MOWKV TO I.OA.fr. ontheaat enrnar ioMtfflee mock. Utuwa Uliasu. OTTAWA MARBLE wlfS EMIL KUYL (BCvea TO Balpwim A KCTL.) FORKKIN AM) AMEIUCAN larMe and Granite. Oiiirtaal DaigLi Bant Qrade of StecC I Fin Workaacihia Bottom Prices Yard in Clinton Btns, op.iatU! .lonea'a CttrrU!- 6bu. OTTAWA ILLirtOIN. Farm for Sale. One of tho nnwt and ti'st liiiprnved furtiw .a ine SUU' nl lllinola. I'.iliKisliiin ut 110 ajrfu ot fann laml and Ji wnw l UniN'r, l liof ti Itireaat K of liraml Kaelitaand -t aide ut llniukneld, eialit MUI- lk ol Mapn-iilea. al inllea from Khiumiiu and nine 1 1 1 1 1 -(r.'in (iriiiit HUliei. lhero nr.- ilin-e inl litii IiiiUh'H. tb Soil twti-ii. ifini' wkkI r'riti. ! liTHiKirlc tunl iSln-r oni nulldiinci. Ki'iio isixxl, l.ind i'Ii'kii nmi title iert-i l'Vni ot it'iil wnler. tlin-x in.liinU ami all k niluf miia 1 ti nu. Will 1H1, le no the land Into two ur U.r fines 11 iiureliimTt are found fur Uie wli,'. Oanri J, !!-. In ki ( i Hlltiiriilii I'ur (ua Icallll. W 111 Kv' iiuieliawn. a itn lili-l liiiryiitn. For U'riii. , k-c-ioi ll . I.IMll..V,illl,i. III., r W. A. MK't'l 1.11 M. m the tiu-tn. r. O. inidis-M, llnici Tille, La Sul'e rmin I, Illiiioia. aei'H t'li-i ' for sale. I it vfc ; Kon sM.K siiMf or tiik fim-ni f u;m 1 IM, I.ANI'SIN I.A SA1.I.K (.ot M V. l u ie lu !' er I'arl.. ii .irr.- In Dei-r I'ark. I si r in II it 1'ark. rM a, i , . in I it loll. If.' H'T-'i in Iiio Ion. Ill Here. In SiMitli oteiaa. Si m no III M ,ltl:lll. !H AlTi III I'llll lllli"-. HI aiTlK III I'llll UIVtT ,an in n in s.Hitii oii.twii. i iicrii in Allen i iK-i-i-A In llrm'k fli-lil. ! ai r i in Kurt "ii 'M-ri' in I m in lliiU''. Ail svi: litipfivist furnii Aimiiifn'r .i:ti 1,i.i:. o, l.i 'all' . I..i.ik'slili and K'r, ri.iiiae 1 ' .r i- I ee III'1 II ",! II.' mi tni-!l,'..i' 'lie! M'lnr ! li'CVill'. I".. I . I I M ill V a':ir 'f oitsaa, li'. Farm for Sale. l I'M'in'a'.'n,!, "f I ti iw'-. :.i t;, u . t C. It '.'(,(' DM'. i..tl I til" 'I I 'Ii f ,'ll ('! tl'", 'nri 1 '" ii l; (, 1' i ' ii. i m l h'. ri"'''v;' f t.u' f.il, .Hllia. , u u l-'l.-fl till ' ? IVr flKli ! 1 r iti . i -t li v ; i -; t .ti : "t. ' 'n ( i' U v HI t u.i' I la t if 1 -tl i"f(. I1 !' Im 'fl Utrt Iv ! t ;.:ifa'ft" I' l ' ' I-i-.' IJw t;. "l.-nr -uif j.d i I .r ' i ' .' tilir. t i.t t ' i T'.i rtt '!' f jtmi, f ,i'i ;-. is- a :t.i- n -i in-. t." -i i. I.t .-J f"tri- tv. i a.-,, n i, Mini l l s w a For Sale or Ml. ' i , i . i.t '. i ',-; 1 1 u. !.;'' ('' 'i. J A l r i.' i.t:i i.'i i 'i it v '"t-.tf ! t .- . r en .im', ti r?i"a. 1 !'.' t r -)' v... t- . M ,i -I..i: -i M.llN Kr ',M Farm for Sale of Heal " TV- KU "f s;i,i s.', ..,!, s,) ,rn lr "I ., T-, -' . Ii s., t-.iii.ij . I.i. I h'- h. " iu 1 -AM.-. s-l .-. . .- - '! f.-l. .-!. I'c ' u i i'l -r ' nco i.Tl'.n, an.l :..,M . n ... 1. .-'e-' -f - .If iii Ih-::i;m!-r'sWMMia- i,.,- !. -M.n ;. u- r It ii. -t - ,,i . 'i. :! V rtT.ri .l f..i '! i' - w i. A ler, . i.r.i.W.l l'.!:V. Nr1 !l. I"l- i. -;i: .u " A Very Desirai Rosidencs FOR SALE CHEAP. Jy5 i?.psl .-'i--t,,r il.-r'rv. i'"ri.-iuini V2 :i.. Sl',i:i -.f: w. U'I .'..;. i'r.'l wil.'i Artri-iiui wr. K-.sl ls..k I' W .-1'i'r.t i ..s. Inrv '- nr ki, ! i , i-i. iiyr'vi'.iu "'i thn i-a' a-r aJcI ".'il..l. a --'h' r"-' et h-ulit-r, Ar. : . ..!.. I,. ! : !t-.I ' n-t'-I .Il W'-:l, tl- ei tirn; 1:1 l .Vr-s-in l n 'in-ni l.-'U-': a'.tt. jri.-l ri', .r, .rn ...vl :irTi-s,;i haIit Koi f" rrirr. tt-rma. .v. ''ii'i'i.r.' "f VIRs Ii KtlMl CO iUi, n ttw .r.-ir!. , ;! U- 'h" r-isi j.-ac ,( aX Jui.ii t . -1 . '"' A v .,r i i i 1'Ih1h,I..M-iKIS UoWM W DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist, n to N i rat;twd in uu ct"j i: ' ;s"s. c i tw en;;!te4 AT TI'.K t lJFTOX HOTEL. OTTArt t, fiL '.Ur fn sAtciajr cf i-aib month, a. flluan. swii-ursl.iy June rt slrurt.vv. Tuly It ,tir.ty AuKu-t 7 Hlurl - s-it-intir -4. Stursly (k lolwr U s4.,ii til iy .... Niiv.-inl'.r 41 11 all "Cut f it.'. . m U'a '.a the onrr place tuf'sa.'AiiuCy I he a.ar tw fovsd la CbJcaf uPFK'R AND DISrSSSABT: 83 WaalLiUi StrMt. R. W. Ocmt ti PssiWm.