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.-1 CURIOUS INDUSTRY.
The statement recently made, that the supply of ostrich feathers from Africa is gradually becoming far inade quate to the great and constant demand for them by dealers, has led to seme in teresting explanations of the methods of treating and disposing of these arti cles in the -workshops of Europe, where iliis curious industry is almost exclusively carried on. It appears that the feathers plucked from the living ostrich are far more beautiful, as well as more durable, than those taken some time after death ; but the feathers ob tained from recently killed birds have the same qualities of adaptation as -well as the living ones, and are far superior to the cast or dropped feathers. The plumage of the male bird, as is gener ally the case in all varieties of the feathered race, is very superior to that of the female, the tine drooping plumes on the back and near the tail being of the purest white, -while those of the fe male birds are never frae from the -well-known tinga of gray near the tip. The preparation of these feathers for their ornamental use is an industry peculiar in soma respects. They are first tied together in bundles, plunged into tepid soap and water", and rubbed with the hand to free them from grease, and, af ter remaining in this for a few minutes, they are washed several times in pure water, as hot as the hand can bear, to rid thorn of the soap. Then they are bleached by being placed for a quarter of an honr in boiling water, holding in solution Spanish white, the solution be ing frequently agitated during the time, and the feathers washed in pure water on their removal. The next process is to pass the feathers quickly through a bath of cold water tinted with indigo, and the final one consists in sulphuring them, and then hanging them up to dry. The ribs of the feathers are scraped to render them pliant, and the filaments are curled by drawing the edge of a blunt knife over them. They are made to take a variety of beautiful colors, and of these rose color is given with safllower and lemon juice, and deeper shades of red by a boiling bath of Brazil wood, and subsequently a bath of cudbear. Indigo supples the blues, and tumeric the yellows. THE TRAP-DOOR SPIDER. A Boston boy, who has in his cab inet of curiosities tho nest of one of the quqer spiders that have their home in India, gives this interesting account of it, and. its builder : "The trap-door spider is a native of India and Austra lia, it is about an inch in length. It dig3 a hole in the earth or clay of the country, and lines it with silk almost the same as the silk with which our common spidor spins its webs. In the top of her little house she forms a lirtle trap-door from which she derives her name of silk, and stiffens it witli gum, and on the outside it is plastered over with clay, so that when it is shut it can not be distinguished from tho ground around it. It is hung on a little hinge of silk. Tho spider sits with the door open enjoying the fresh air and sun, and if she see3 or hears any one, she closes and holds dowu tho door. There is another kind which collects ten or twenty thorns, from an inch to an inch and a half lonp:, and gums them to gether in a circle with the sharp points down. Then it spins its nest or cocoon in it, and closes it up when it has laid its eggs in it. There is a curious water spider which lives in the water. Its house is built of silk something the sz2 and shape of a thimble or a little bell, with the open side down. But spiders need air as much as we do ; so this spider goes to the surface of the water and dives down again with a bub ble of air and puts it into the house ; this is repeated several times until her house is full of air, and she can live there, way down in the water, as well as we con up above.'' FIG- COFFEE. A coffee substitute of roasted figs has been in the market in Austria for ten years, and i3 also prepared at present in Berlin. Becent tests of it irdicato that it possossesa more agreeable flavor than tho chiccory substitute and has thus far been brought into the market free from injurious adulterations, often present in chiccory coffee. Samples from Berlin, in the form of a coarse brown powder, including yellowish particles, formed an adhering, slightly gummy mass on being lightly pressed between the fingers, and possessed a sweetish, bit ter taste, like caramel, and a correspond ing odor. Austrian samples, although mainly similar to tho preceding, were slightly more pulvelurent, and of a sourish taste, which fact, together with the chemical analysis, , render it prob able that cheaper, inferior, perhaps spoiled figs, had been used in its prepa- ration. Atits first introduction, wonder ful medicinal properties were claimed for it in Austria, especially in affections of the limes, etc., and it was recom mended for nervous persons. Although it may be serviceable in such cases, it can hardly be considered medicinal, and the Berlin manufacturer claims that it is more wholesome than pure coffee, be cause it is less stimulating. In all cases it is recommended to employ an equal quantity of pure coffee with the substi tute, and the color of the product is said to be exceedingly fine, as well as the llavor. a nolTniuLE 'jsa'ecutiox. Tlio hanging of Lewis Jams and Elbert Jacheon, near New York city, on Friday. Jan. 15, was one of tho most blundering and ghaatly judicial njurdora that havo ovor oc curred in a civilized country. At 11.15. eayj an account of tho affair, they were taken from tho jail and raarchod to tho gallows. No time was lobt, onco arrived there, in get ting ready. Within live minutes, tho rope that fiiibtaincd tho weight was cut. Jacknon wan jerked violently up, and esrno down with a '"aiian" eufticiont to havo broken bin neck, if tho first had not. JJut Jar-vis wad raided only about a foot above tho flooring, where ho hung a moment, and then tho rope broke, with a noiso like tho report of a pistol, and ho fell, landing on his feet, and, lurching, over, would havo fallen had not souio of tho aseiatanta seized him and hold hirn up. A now rope wan im mediately procured, tho noose wan quickly readjusted, and another attempt made, but thid timo the rope clipped out of tho latch ring, and tho poor wrote1! btill btood upon his foet. ' For God's. ake." ho whined. " make it iniro this timo." Ho stood alono. though ho mnst havo been tenibly weak, and ho trembled. Now camo tho horrible narfe of tho performance. Acting upon his advice to "mako sure," Sheriff Sammio' aseiatunia eeized tho rope and actually hauled him v.u by hand. Ho ros-o quietly, then squirmed, ami drew his legd up with a quick, nervous mo tion, in the throes of strangulation, the gurgle and wiieczo of Iih dying aaans V;i:ir i";' audiblo to thoso v,h: stood nearest him. After a wliilo ho wai atnl. and at 11:13 ho wao pronounced dead. Stop at the Sherman House when in Chicago. "With its superior advantages and recent reduction of rates, its claims for public favor are unequaled. The past year was a busy one with Maine ship-builders, the record show ing the total amount of tonnage built to be 1112,5 1!) 71-100, an increase of 32,720 97-100 tons over the record of 187:5. A Beautiful Woman. The percept ive faculty of women is usually keener than the same phrenological organ in men. Woman knows that beauty rath er than genius is worshiped by the sterner sex. A man may talk with his lips of the latter to his lady-love, but the keenness of the woman knows that he is thinking of the former in his heart. All women have an innate desire to please their hcav.x. They are fond of admira tion, hence one oi' their longings is to be beautiful. The grand secret of fe male beauty is health the secret of health is the power to eat, digest and assimilate a jnoper quantity of whole some food. Take Vinkgak Bitthks. It will cleanse tbo ttomach, tone the vital organs, give a perfect digestion, purify the blood, clear up the complex ion and produce a state ox mental and physical electricity which gives symme try of form, bright eyes, white skin, glossy hair and a genuine type of fe male loveliness which no -cosmetic can compare with. 19. rl!i:ru Wo:ncrj. It is a sad commentary upon our b Darted civilization that tho women of our times have degenerated in health and p'lysique until they aro literally r. rac of inv.ilni-i rale, nei von.", feeble and "back-achy, with only hero and t;;or a few noblo exception' in the person of th-j robust, buxom ladies characteristic o the sex in days gono by. l".y a very largo experience, covering a period of yeais. and embracing tho treatment of many thousands of cases of those nilmcnts. peculiar to women. Dr. Pi n o. of tho World's Dispensary. Buffalo. N. Y , has perfected, by the combina'ion of certain vege table extracts, a natural specific, which he does not extol as a cure-all, but ono which admirably fulfills a singleness of purpose, being a most ositivo and reliable remedy for those weaknesses and complaints that ailli t the women of th. prc-eii', day. This natural sptcif:cc-mpound is called Dr. Pierce's Faor ito Prescnpon. Tbo following are among tho.je diseas'S in which this wondeiful modi cine has worked cures as i by maif: and with a certainty never before a'.iaiued by any m j-.li-cines: Weak back, nervous and general de bility, falliii".; and other displacements of in ternal organs, re-ultii g from debility and hick of strength in natural support, ;ntornal fever, congestion, inliani nation and ulceration and very many other chronic diseases incident to woman, not proper to montion hore, in which, as woll "as in tho caes that have been enumera ted, tho Favorite Prescription effects euros the marvol of tho world. It will not do harm in any state or condition of tliosystoni, and by adopting its usg the invalid lady may avoid that Hovsrest of ordeals tho consulting of a family physician. Favonto Prescription is sold by dealers in mediciuos gonorally. WiiiiTOFT's Fever and Ague Tonic. Thid medicine is mod by construction com panies for tho benetitof their employos, when engaged in nralanal districts. Tho highest testimonials havo been given by contractors and by tho Frosidontb of somo of tho leading railroads in tho South and West. When men aro congregated in largo numbern in the 'cighborhobd of satana and rivers, Wilhoft's Tonic will prove a valuable addition to the stock of modicines, and will amply reward tho company in tho saving of time", labor and money." We recommend it to all. Wheelock. Fislay t Co., Proprietors, Now Orleans, for sale by all druggists. The most stylish collar that is worn now ia the Improvod Warwick. It fita better than any othor on p. low-cut ehirt. All tlio edges boing folded, and tbo enrfuca looking to much like linen, wo recommend all to try it. Ask your geuta' furnisher for tho Im proved Warwick. TheIsokthwestern HonsE-lTArxi Co.'s " Finished' Nail is the beat in the world. On the death of ae of England's J most eminent plsysioiini.ill his effects wore sold at auction, and amor: oUior things was a seaVd packet, umrkel" Advice ti I'hy-i- j cianV which brought . great price. Tho j purchaser on op-mug tinp.ickt-t. roul as fol lows : "'Koep tho hwd o tho bowels open I and the f;ot warm." If ihysic is necissarv, j use Pan-ow? Purgn'icc J'illa : ihcy aro the j most scieiitiacailv nn-naiul pill that has ap- ' pearod in the last hinnitd yr ars. j We received n very pleasant letter of thanks from our old fnoii Kendall, since his j return homo, f jr a butt Is of Johnson's Al dinr J.inhniii' which wo avo him. and whih 1 he says bin entirely curec hint of tho trouble- i somo and daugntoiis cuih he had when lime, j (njwvamimthtoafft'iii'c-verywhere. Adtlius-s ' 15J.'V' Excblsiok M'r". Co., Huohanan, Mich, j $520 S&x NtsoN i Co., Portland, Maine. CfcS" t'KK DAY Comstsaion or3Uaweok , 'AJP? tialr.ry.aiidcxiieneB. We offer it ami will liayit. Apply now. 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Wo want men, women, boys and v-i Kinn aiier u;u ctiuniry 10 sen our rinu W!jy itxajr Stsl I-"iiravini?s, Chromos, Crayon Draw ls vB' imrs. l!Iuniinat:on-.Pliotocraihs.ete..etc Wo now publish the ririeatiiawrtmentevcr placed before the public, and our prk-.M aro marked dowu eu low ns to defy all competition. Thoso who cannot civo tha busi ness ttieirwh'di) time, or ro faraway from home, can add a li.inil.-oim: little stun to their income by working for us in their owa localities during their spare time. V'o havo many old itfnt& at work for us who hare mailo canvassinR for book?, papers, etc.. their business fir years, and they all report that they can make much more ironcyat work for us than at atiythiui: else. Our price's are so low that all c-m nflord to purch.u-o, and thereto!!! tho plctifei sell at Eishf at almost every lionse. New beginners do as well as agents who have had larjce oprience. fur our beautiful utijfctsand law priceF are appreciated by all. Tomako l iri;e sales everywhere, all an aR.-nt ha lo is t s!iow tho pictun'S fnmi houeo to hou-e. Don't l'ok for work elsuuheru until you have seen what ureal, indiicements wo offer you to make money. We hivo not sp-" f explain all here, but send u your address nad wo will send full particulars, tree, by mai;. Don't delay it you want profitable work foryosr lei.-i:re honrJ. or lor your whi.le time. Now is tho favor r.b'ie time to ni'cac" i-i tnis buiness. Our pictures ere thel:uet and iiki- p!.asim; in this country, and are in d r.eii by all the Icuiinc paper?. includm-c the N'ew York llrruhl. Ttn-e u ti' canni.t irivo the bucinesb their entire ctteati n, can workup their own localities and make a hand-oni-sum with.mt everbein;; away frt.ni hf.mo over n; tut. Let nil who want pla'ant.proritab!eeiiipliijiiiont. wiini ut ri.kin!r canifal.M-nd Ui- their ad(lref s at once, anc le.e ii 11 oout tfcu. bu'ine?. for themielves. Please iu.m; c.u.'iV paper Jo!la.1f ui.a t2i.,Rljnt iN, SKOilcaiTINSOX CO., Art 1'nblislicre, I'oitlnnd, Elaine. I mill; , . ;iifj ni .ftp or iiuhk io uio win. ivu prepay i!liillS-''23 Esprcss charcco. Send for circular - and price list with 1.0C0 references. Addrcsn C. A. COOK & CO.. Chicaco. 111. rs S10 PER DAT. To sell the HOJIK Sill Wt.K SK V G JW l'allr. "lilt .-i .. HeatJer!! vin can male mei.ev sennit' the fJOHs' M'tl'TTIiK.'' whether you are EXI'UKIH CKI in the busi jiei i not. If you wisli to buy a SKWIKO SIA CI11NE f..r family up, our cirrubira will show you now to save moi'ev Address .JO!l yot. C-.AUIC t to . CnrcAoo, 111. ysiL! a isti2 c2 eaauii nn'AEs The Cn!S' Reliable CiJi Distributicn ir. the Country! 375,000.00 I I2T "VI.XjJvi LK PLMZES! To he Drawn HZonriny, Kl. '-i, isrn. TWO GRAND CAPITALS OF 55.030 EACH Mi CAJiil Aaeutt" -n-antfid to sell Tinkots, to viriiom l-ihcral Prrm-iims will to i-atd. 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No uoKlnirc on tito IrIurH2iiji nrxc IRAWGEFZS ISv.J'S " SlllUIl-rt SlJKl 10 CvtllS. C, u -M. r'.V-.'-'.r' to.'?S ... "titsluuc Addrcf, very TLe '-vTl-'S"" flv.ri'rt. nit ImwruO. - ail th.- n't ' i itf of 1'i'Erir. t-.iL i L-ih Model f, ( CtG Wcare selling annually over One Million Wholesale Prices, and for Cash, in any quantity desired. We have the Lirjcst House and the Large Stosk of Gccds of any firm in the United States devoted to SUPPLYING GHANGERS. Send Stamp for Printed Catalogue and Price List, WOW READY, and save from 40 to 100 p;r cent on your Winter purchases. Address MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.s Nbs. 246 to 254 Kinzie-st., Chicago. Dr. J. Walker's tUiiioniisi Vin -tiT.ir UiltlM'S are a purely Vo-rah.o picparntion, mttdo chiflly from xlm na tive herbs found on the lower rnnjres i the Sierra Nevada niouiittiins of C-difoT nia the medicinal properties or" whte are extracted therefrom v.-itiior.t the itst of Alcohol. 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