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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - June 16, 1884, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                TITUSVlLEE MORNING tody Ringworm Humor and SaltRheum liATXHAM MASS Atlg 12 1ST8 C I noon Co T have hail riiiworm humor find saltrheum bidlv tiiat iny body xvas covered with row also my head anil face I Iwo bad any number of doctors In tho last seven years and none of them could cure me Ono mother was in the city of Tannton found one oj your cook books aiul n readlnt it I found many people testlhinj to cnres irom the use ot your and Olive Ointment I itIt forced to try H althongh 1 had seen many things a vert sea that never did me any good I lioe now taker two small bottles and one large one of Sarsaparilla and used three boxes of Oint ment I now call myself cured Nothing men no can be seen of the humor but tho dim oftlie sores I shall take two more bottles and then the cure will be complete Biliousness Sick Headache MASS MESSRS C I HOOD Co UeutsPlease send me by express two bottles Hoot y SAK AHiLtA and a few Cook Hooks for dis tribution Your preparation iias worked wonders in the case of my wife Who has teen troubled with sick headache mid bil iousness for vears She only took onehalf tCAspoonfnl it a dose and has no been so well for five years as now She found mac within a week after taking it she felt very Ihucli better and now entirely free irum those severe headaches She has not taken any of any account since last spring ami what little she had Is lent to io some others good and must have it In the house Yours truly IIOMEh B NASIL HOODS SATTSAPARILLA Is sold by all drncgists Trice 81 or large bottles for Prepared only by i HOOD ft CO Apothecaries lowtll JIass Use llooLrf TuoTHrowiniH p National Bank Oi W 1 ET HOB1RT3 PAID UP CAPITAL FARM TOPICS on the Management of ImwusItalian Does RccommeiHl cd as MIC Best A Novel Plan for IropajjntinR Dues it 1ay to liaise Mules LAWN MANACiEMKNT Nothing julils more to tlio beauty of ft house iu town or country i woll kopt lawu When onco prepared it can bo kept in line condition with very littlo trouble Tho clippings of tho crass aflbrd tho materials for insur ing a constant growth A London hor tiJiilturiil journal contains an article on tho management of lawns that will bo of value to people iu this country Somo of its suggestions aro as follows It has been said and with much truth that there is nothing which adds so jrreat a charm toEuglish homesteads as the lawns or grass plats that aro generally to be found surrounding hem and as this is the season to form relay or repair them a few re aiiarks as to the proper mode of pro cedure mav possibly bo Useful In forming new lawns it is hardly necos sarv that their extent must bo dependent on tho ground at command everv endeavor should however bo used to make them as roomy pos sible and toward this end much may bo done by placing tho shrubs and trees or at least tho greater part of them as far away from tho house as tho boundary will permit any that stand out ought to bo of tho best kind A lawn need not necessarily be Hat or level it may on tho contrary bo un dulating according to tho naiural for mation of tho ground In preparing tlio latter for thu turf the most import ant thing is to seo that any portion which has boon moved is well rammed for it not it will bo continually subsid ing and nothing looks worse than lit caused by the settling of earth Another important matter to boar hi mind is that tho soil of liwus should nut bo rich for if so tho grass not only grows fast but coarse and it is im possible under such circumstances to a good thick bottom or to keep it in anything a t10 Perfect order at tainable when tho roots aro less fed This being so it is a good plan to uso sand or to cart poor earth for the kv elintr and iuishing olV of the top but when so applied it should be put on regularly or the grass will bo patchy wlTiuh will spoil the effect of the whole The leveling being completed and the surface mked smooth and line thu next thing is either to sow seed or uso turf the latter being by the best wav for though it involves moro labor time and expense the work is at onco complete while if seed be sown it takes a year to get a good bottom Tho mot iiuitable turf is that from pastures or waste places by the nmdsido which IKIYO been closely fed oil anil the grass is short and tine with a sprinkling of white clover in it If the turf of this kind can be got a fine lawn may ioun be made Tho most handy turfs to work with are those yard long Jiml a foot wide nnd the thinner they are so long as they will hang togollnr the easier will theV roll and lay down again No open joints slioukl be left for thu air to get in to prevent this it is a good plan lo pass the roller over the turfs quickly after they an down so us to press them to the earth in which the grass will soon take root If any inequalities of surface should by chance exist after the roller has been used they miy easily be beaten down by of a ramfuor when tho ground is soft Where line turf can not be had and seed has to be sown it should bo got spedally for the purpose from some seedman as that otherwise obtained is full of wrfiLs and never makes a good lawn The timo to sow is about the middle of March when the seed should be scattered evenly over tho surface of thu limly raked ground and slightly covered after which if birds are kept from scratching it out and devouring it it soon germinates and grows at a quick rate if the weather proves favor able Lawns that arc in a thin patchy con dition mav be improved in two ways Jw ono by cutting out the baro or worn parts and relaying with ila and tho other by u topdressing of rich finely sifted soil to which should be added somo soot and fresh slaked lime which will not only stimu late the grass and give it a rich deep crceu color but will also kill all moss which on some lawns is very trouble some and if not checked or destroyed soon gets entire possession Daisies and plantains too aro often a nuis ance and to eradicate these weeds there is no plan better than cutting or them out which unless they arerich is no great task if set about in real earnest with a sharp and suitable tool TUT KKST ISEE3 Of races of bees l hero are now two that are very widely dillusud in Ameri old Jerman bee and thu Ital ian bee Of thcso two there is no doubt but tho Italian is on the whole much tho superior It is more hardy more prolific moro industrious and more docile To prefer the black bee to the Italian is much as it would bo for ono who ii breeding cattle to pre fer tho common scrubs to the beautiful Sliorthouis Hcrefords Jerseys or Avrshires No beekeeper can ailbrd to keep tho blacks To change from tho blacks lo the Italians is a very easy tiling To do this it is necessary in the first place to got a pure Italian iiuoun There aro several reasons why it is best to get an imported queen which can nw bo done easily and cheaply as there arc several importers who receive frequent invoices of them every Summer These imported queens vnry in price You can now pet a good ono for from to Having ob tained your queen you put her in a lit tle which may vo but a small piece of wire cloth rolled up and a corn cob stopper put in each end Or you can uso other improved cages which havo somo advantages that 1 cannot now stop to mention Having your imported queen you go to tho hivo in which you wish to introduce her open it lift out tho combs one after another ind carefully examine them until you find tho queen belong to the hive then romovo her 11 sho is inferior better kill hor at once If Him is pretty good you can make another swarm with her Having found find removed tho old queen you can hang tho cage containing your im ported qiioen between combs and shut up tho hivo and leuvo it from iwentvfour to fortyeight hours By this timo tho bees in tho hivo will havo found out that tho old quoon is gone and that there is u new queen in Llio caoe and tho caged queen will mivo acquired the Hcent of the hive Then open tho hive romovo tho corncob stopper from tho lower end of the eae and put A stopper of comb honey in Its place Put tho cage back oloso tho hive and tho bees will very soon oat through tho stopper of honey and release the queen She will be accept ed as the queen of tho hive You havo now a colony of black bees with Italian mioen Of courso all her eggs will bo Italian und tho hews roared from them will bo Italians During tho working season tho worker bees live only about mix weeks tho old ones uro constantly dyin off their places being takou by the young boos that aro reared in tho hive Hence in a few weeks tho black bees in this hive to which you have in troduced your imported quoun will bo dead nud their places supplied by young Italians tho product of hor eggs IKOlAOArrNO TUEKS Tho following novel plan of propn valuable trees is given by a cor respondent of VicVs Magazine A year aoo last July a latentbud on n lemon tree which I have started nnd rapidly grew to tho length of nboui three foot and then parted into three or four branches Last March I girdled this shoot near the main stem by removing a band of bark about an inch wide cutting down to tho hard wood Arotiml the place thus laid baro 1 built a small wooden tub filled It with earth and kept it moiit Being abroad during tho summer the brunch suffered from neglect but upon my return I found that it had well rooted Having cut tho stem I pottod it aud now it is full of small blossoms so numerous that it would bo troublesome to couut them Thus eighteen mouths since it was a latent bud and iu less than a year since it was layered as described I havo a lemontree rooted and ca pable of bearing blossoms and fruit With equal success I havo propagated tho India rubber tree in the same way and doubtless it will succeed well with every plant capable of boing girdled It seems to mo that this mode has thcso advantages By it tho strength of tho stem is unimpaired and thus danger of breakage and need oi sup ports avoided tho supply of nourish ment from tho parent plant is undi initiishod as tho upward flow of sap is through the vessels in tho now wood which aro not cut aud the return llow which is by tho bark or between the bark and the stem is checked entirely in a complete circle around the stem for tho rapid and vigorous formation of roots By thu usual mode that of making a slit tho branch is weakened tho supply of nourishment is onehalf cut off and the return llow of sap by which the roots are formed only partly impeded Suggestion Alight not even trees which have been acciden tally barked bo saved by girdling them wilh a sharp knife constructing a box around the exposed part filled with ftarth the roots thus formed finally iachiiiir and penetrating the ground could be raised around tho liase of tlio tree high enough to receive the new roots und lead them down into tlio ground In the case of injury to valuable trees thuir usefulness might thus possibly be prolonged for a time SILLKKUSINO Once in a while some writer for tho agricultural papers arousos to the Tealnoss and multiplicity of the virtues of the mulo and writes a paragraph on the subject Then the matter drops ami the excellences of the longcared musician are forgotten or aro remem bered faintly by those who believe that the worth of llio hybrid is temper ed by a yet greater eussedness pure and uiuieliled Perhaps this is tho reason that so few farmers in the North have seen their profit in raising these oncieared embodiments of energy and melody The popular notion seems to be that mules are of all created beings except perhaps the mules father ho most contrary and have the nimblest and uiost untrustworthy of iieels But there are those who know ng tlio mule well from long acqiiaint niTe declare that no better boast of inirdou lives that if properly treated uul well trained in the earlier decades of their existence they aro goodtemp jred quiet and reasonably obedient hat to raise a mulo requires less outlay care and cash than will bo required u raising a colt of liko age that when raising ino mulo will bring a better price than can bo got for tho average colt of tho samo and age and that tho mule is tougher will live far longer do more work anil somo timo or other will die harder than will tho best horso over known Kven when horses wero almost unsal able in the hard limes following tho last panic tho demand for mules was steady and strong at prices higher than could bo obtained at tho timo for horses of corresponding ago and weight Tho extension of mining operations tho opening ofnow farms and tho in creased number of animals required for working a yearlyincreasing area of will doubtless sustain and increase tho demand for mules as it has in tho past They have never fallen in price below a paying figure and seem less likely now than ever to do so as the moro general tho acquaintance with thorn becomes tho moro rapidly they scorn to grow in favor wilh those who havo heavy work for teams to do Is it not possible that tho farmers who iind the growinir of wheat and corn un profitable might find tiic raising of milos a pleasant and paying branch of business How They in Mexico It is not oasy to say how tho rulo which authorises only a light morning meal became established Perhaps it is an instance of the survival of the 1H the fittest arrangement for tho climate and tho habits of tho people Strangers soon fall into this order of things and Americans pronounce it in finitely for to that to which they havo been accustomed Two full repasts appear to bo stillicient for tho preservation oi life and vigor in thio latitude arid longitude Possibly tho Mexican plan would work well in tho United States Doubtless tho habit spending tho evening in Mio open air with late hours is not conductive 10 oarly rising or the prolongation of tin business forenoon at its former end Tho favorite hours in tho higher circles for visiting the plaza are between a and 11 oclock in tho evening And yat it is no uncommon thing to find govern ment officials busy at work at 7 iu tho morning As a rulo coffee botwecn 8 and in is the only introduction to breakfast between noon and one oclock Those who can afford tho timo sleep after dinner Tho siesta habit in form er days lod to the universal closing of business places between 12 and 8 oclock and this unenterprising cus tom still prevails some extent in cer tain places Between tho noon and evening meals there is no groat difference Both havo meals in abundance and of various kinds except sweet juicy roasts which uro rare And in both thero is a sur prising lack of vegetables No markets in thoworld contain finer displays and more varieties of vegetables than thoso of Moxico no hotels or restaurants in the world can havo fewur vegetables upon their tables The only explana tion of this singular anomaly is that tho cooks aro not in tho habit of preparing them Co tit Louis J lobeDemocrat An Ugly ArraiiKomcMU M do Langorio arid M do Montaudo both remarkably ugly men quarreled and challenged ono another Arrived nt tho place of mooting M do Lango rio stares his adversary in tho face and says 1 havo just rolloctod I can t fihtyou With this ho returns his sword into tho scabbard How sir What does this moan It moans that I shall not light Whull You in sult mo and refuse to give mo satisfac tion If 1 have insulted you 1 bog a thousand pardons but I have an iu gurniountablo reason for not lighting with you But sir ouo may know it It will offend you No sir You assure me I assure you Well sir it is this If wo light ac all appoarancos I shall kill you tnou I shall remain tho ugliest man in tho kingdom His adversary could not help laughing and they re turned to the city good A child rocontly born iu BangorMo U of tho fifth living generation of its family Its groiugroat grandmother is 85 its groat graudmolhor is CO ita grandmother is 41 and its mother 20 years of Answer Tli la thcro i personliving who over a CCHO of npruo bilioUHiiefls norvousnoiw or neuralgia or any disease of tho stomach liver or kidnojs hat Hop Bittera wiI not curt My mother nays Hop Bitters SH the only thing that will kop her from Bcviio attacks of par alysis and Oswcgo Sun My Httlc Bicky puny baby WSB chnngcd into a groat bouncing boy anil I was raised from a sick bed by using Hop Bitters a short timo A Youxa MOTHER No use to worry about any Liver Kilney or Urinaiy Troublo especially Brightn DiHoaso or Diabetes as Hop Bitters never fails of u GUI e where a cure it possible I had severe attacks of gravel ami Kidney trouble wnrt nnnblo to got any medicine or doc tor to cure mo until 1 used Hop Bittcm They cured mo in R short time T It ATTY Unhealthy or inactive kidneys cause gravel Brights diiicnse rheumatism and ft horde of other serious and fatal disenae which can bo prevented with Hoji Bitters if taken in lime LUDINOTON Midi Feb 2 hare Hop Hitters for foiir aMl tluro is no mcilicnio that thtm for bilious Ht tncKH kidney coimliiinU nn 1 nil ilUoases inci dent to thiri iiinhirial ulinmto II T MoxnoK Mich Sept 25 I have been taking Mop Kilters for inflammation of kiJnevs and bladder it hns dono for mo what four doctors failed to I me The effect of Uu Bitters seemed liliu to mo W L GAUTEH Ho Bitters have boon of great vnliio to mo 1 wan laid up with typhoid for Uvo months and iould no relief until I tiiidyonr Hop JSiltMH To those Buffering from debility or any ono in firblo benlth I cor rlinlly rcKomiiHiid thtn J HJrt Fulton street Chxjiifo Il Will Uu coiiilns Itiin piui not tie by Prof Flnl 111 hm channiuK pam phlet HUHIJH nnriivor Uiiittlioratioiiil way to uno tubatxn in throiiKli thu 1ipo All wnO that only tho IHDI tobiioio clioiiUl be unfit Whidi IM thi That U which Sutiiru luiHcoiitrilmtiul tho niout ei Hiiisltu flavor lihckwiUM Hull Utirlinm HinoliuiK Toharco lillri thu MM cuiuplohly Nearly twotlnrilH f U1 tho tohncrotrrowu uii tin lloMciiTolmivolnllof North Cnni llnii ffcxw liitiithoiiiinnifiutory of lUick wull ut Durham They buy llw piik of tho oMtlri Hiitlon HIJIICO Hull Durham Smoking Tobacco Is tins bixitnf tliat InkuTO Dont ilivoivit whon you buy Tin rmrhiun Hull trade murk In on every tr LlackwullH UcnmiK Hull Durhiiui unhn iholio nf all PERUNA HOUSEHOLD WORDS Fur Sick Stomaifyjliail tnsto UliSA hpstlou ami llvir KUNV Itnivcr Kor niiiip of tlio Sumurli r IKHUVA III larjiuilcisrs iHlnljilllblt Ttioso In lltrrary iircfissUniil iirrimi iniMlil IILltl 1KIUNA HHM lliailnclH jialii In llio iiruil Ueail ami slmly uiirbiMik un tho lluor follow I is liohiippy Iadlry If you wish strength health ami boautv sweet brrath lliiauml rosy checks taKo liuiv A lnloni cnrh fuarrli crvmib blllty dlwiSLSor llio Llviranil Klilmys Uiku Ask your IniCfjTsl fur our Uio fllSdf Life H 1 Osliorn Ohio jiroprletors for constipation 1 MANALIN KIDNEYWORT DOES WONDERFUL CURES OF KIDNEYDISEASES AND LIVER COMPLAINTS Iio7KiinaIt nets on tlio IIYKU JiOlVKLS Rt tlio KMIIO thno EOCHUIO It olonnaoa tho syattm of the poison ous humors Hint ctovolopo iu Kidney Uri nary DLioasos Jnuudlco Constlpn tlon riloa or in Bneumniliim Kor nil Poinftlo Complalnta LjrXOLIDIHUOyoI THIS IT WILL ffCTRRLV CTTRT1 CON3T1PATION PILEO nnd RHEUMATISW By cnoulnc PRFK ACTION of nl Uio crpmiu ntid fiuicLlono thereby CLEANSING tho BLOOD restoring tho nomml power to throw off diuoaao THOUSAFJD8 OF CASES of tho wornl forma of thouo torribln dlsonnca havo boon quickly relieved nucl in a iihort tiuio PERFECTLY CURED CRICK f I IKjni OH HIV SOLD IIV IIRlOCIISTS Dry enn lx iient by mail WELLS IIICIIAIUISON Co Uurllnffton Vt 3 Send muip fr IMiry lsri1 KIDNEYWORT cliiHH Fond 10 0 mnil n royal valimblo box of 1innpo gonJrttliat will put you in llio way of inikirg moro iruuoy in a few diiyn than ynn i vcr lil possible nt any UnpitKl not Wo will Hturt yon can work all tho tini or in wpifo time only J ho work is imivcrsaly to both XCH vomit and old You iiin oiisily Lurn from 60 conts to every Lvunin Thit all who vant work mny tist tho I nsinrss wo make Ihia nn paralldcil oflir lo all who nio not Hiitislicd wo will fund iil to Iay for trouble of Full iiiuticulaiH He nont fr o iur tiuirs will bo nmdi by thoso who pivo llio r whole timo to tinwork Griiat miicuH nbso IntLIv Hiiro Slnrt now Address t CO IVrthini Mo dicdOmlvw CREAM Bffl when applied by Uio into lhs nos irils wilthanbjorbed iITiMtunHy tho houd of citarrhal inllnnriiiilion pro icctd the nuinbrano of the nainl paHHagtM fromftililitioniiluoldH boiils tlio oros and restores of and NOT A LiaUID or SNUFF A Tow lUpicntions roliovo i thorough lnipntieilleure Senrl Tor uircnhir 1rico cents bv innii or ut KLY ftiJOrilKJISDrtiKBistM Owosn N if Tltusiille Furnilute Factory jLilmitecl 64 and 66 Pine Street Estimates given on Fino Joining Cabnet Work House Our intur Work und liupairing and nil oC carpiiiter work urc pro parccl to do all kinds of ordoro work or ro lriug in lino aiiwlng mid planing flono to order Fnrni tnrodookrs ordurs solicited and mailed ordorw will bo promptly attended to Wo invito dcalora or any persona iiceding Joining or Carpouter iu Mil Suppli 1 tei BAXtIFnft I KOWH KBTTXimiXi OFJMJ OIL CITY AND BRADFORD Drvrt V feuckur IfLoi t Brass Goods Malleable and Cast Iroo fitting TO ATTJCNTION ORDERS L4l4L BBU IUBMMMVW wm w j lo Mrt ud wiwiwi will turaith pmtfui U tJta work OIL CITY PA BRIDGEPORT CONN VAN WERT 0 RESCUED I Tim dlwivi cut ID from llfo Jt roiiosmiLHii laJy vho Irt hvlnx In ono tlio laiBo Cllien of Ainoiicn wiiHHiifrirliiK torrllilo I dolllo or Hwillnl Htio WIIH lir rlljly niil In iniiiiinltry druiul uf huf fitlin i lilallyiillfii f Hvliit doalli llio OHI nioilliMt iiiliiit l tli ioniitry wiw oimuluil luinilnliot dillnrsi wore but all WIIM of no uvall Tlio iiWdlllns IriLroiviixl day afmr iliiy niil week utter wnok At tlibJiiiKnirii wlimi hi won lUiinlnirfl mill Uio yjnvnol t hur hoard oC sURiversal Blood Purifier Sho noconndonoo In If for sho had lu llio tliiiHalil uiitl iiiick iKiMirnnirt hcinldcl iw HpiiiiiiH rurallUlniKuiiHiC tholtlwd hut liko n 111 IIIILIl Uilllll fit H HlrilW sllO lllVOHlnl 11 doTlir In nr liolls and liiKan tali liiLH Jjiiimilimd in ilvo Un fair ami Impar llil ulal ih fiillnvvoil tliodlnctUnirt lo u nlaly IWforo tlio llivl Imtllo Wiw sxluiusiod Him IHKIU lo liiiiiriivo Tin iinHljjIilly had tuiilmU It wiviruMlHsiiatod und ihiii tflowly linl Hiuvly lnin in iliiiroiuMJ was wild wllli Joy Ifo wlihiLiI llHiliarniHBOciinMl loiiKiiln nn loll md yarn of inlKht Il n Bioij for linr In iljo inlilHinf InnJny nnd iliank f ii I dfiu ht lllUHTiH hir mliil AHorond bolllo wufl plircluiHcd and lakcn and wiMOH Uio Inoail avuniui luadliiK lo hiiillli your caino und wont a duxon IjoiiloH ut Dr Bslls Universal Blood Purifier liid tiin noiiAiw ONIV hud etponded Hlic iho Voitre bad entirtly diiappeurtd aud llili Ii ittlio looks now MII ihu Ion i dan Smith thu roil If you ImvouGlitre or Havo Knovl ciVo that ono of your friends Is so allllctoil re iniiljui tho Clift iufirrul to nbovp Wo liavo IloiiulyB ccrtlllcato on iilo HtttlnB frth tho as wo IKIVO atatod thorn aud you should not despair lor 1C UNIVERSAL BLOOD IB tnkon nnd lln so porsovorod In It will orfeot rcriniinontcurol IC HAH MV KNOWN TU DP BSLL BLOOD PURIFIER In wlmt lln nniiiii Implies It to tho VOCK TVlV IIUAO Of UllTlllTllil IN T11K IIIOOD NO MVITEU HOW DlslKIIATK TUB CASK Illld lllllllC llntcly InKin Ha worU ot pKnniriitloii No IMM lSONKHVKIW IF Til Ii MEU1 WITH THE BLOOD PURE Billll dlHfnson ns flOITHH DlAIlCTEa UISIOIITH UK TIIH KIUNKVH KIIKUMATIMM mmi Inallnnmf nnd nil ONlp r llo skin WOULD 13 E UNKNOWX Ihcivforo U nil who nro nHllcloU Wltll dlMiiiHi if prnuiiro nsnfo md uorUiin piir irviii IIKCIH nnd pptHovur In Its uso until Una In pnio nnd wlioliwimo ASMHE Of THE LIST nt rolllO illMH now hufuro tho iubllo for dlacnaua ot tho IJIood Dfl B2LL1 PORIFIEi u nnvnr nilllnt anclmr both flnro and stoadfnat lo wliiih ail niankliul can safely nmor thu IrirUof llfo If your dons xoop It or vlll notnViUr It for you HIKI ONE DOLLAU to IIM nnd will rind yu a trial boUlo by oxpruwa or mall elmrueo OR BELLS UNIVERSAL BLOOD PURIFIER lu procured only ut tho Laboratory of Tlic New Yort London Chemical Go No 40 VESEY STREET yew York City yo order from ur jdoiuio moutlou lliln For ante in Titnsvillo by Dr C K Peck Ex Blorh J E PhillipH Jli 0 SprinK H Jharlfis U Lijipuieott Ill G S E cor linn nnd Franklin Hlu Jlie trurto Hiippliocl by K K Thoinpnon 8 and 10 Diamond HI mai27 is true i Dr A Enjjlisli iiullioriiy on air It Bhiys liko a sword Mill iiiipuni air irf no buLtir ami if onn CMIISIM nia tlio oihrr iMoalis iiir Iliu fiiniiuis linos is all viry uill pruviilui it is lakun from a iniiu Huiirci ol supply But if as in most uiisos llio box of the funincc uiitls uvor u tliiuip dirly iiixa adjoining ono of mir ami lil thy streota tlio supply is far from wholesome Dr Loumis nud othir Hpocialisls havo sincipoiutud out tin bad ciiucils of New York dust upwii lln liiiman hi 11 ITS yit llio dusiy iir from our strtois is siukinl into coldair boxes and is tin1 chiif luiii food of our population Jitcan so this nir has IxMu wanind it docs not follov thai it is wholivsoiuo It is purfeiMy easy to pruvint n draft bv raising1 tin sash a fow iuoliLs ami placing a narrow board in the place be low so that HID cold uir will enter be tween the upper and lower sash ami bo dilleeled toward tho eciling without causing any annoyance to persona in tho room Thoro aro a number of pnt cntcd devices for the same purpose but the uiTangeiiHMit hero described can bo adopted by anyone at the cost of ft fow cents Tho cliiut ilillieully about ven tilating most dwelling houses is that thoro are not sii UKion t means of carry ing oil ihc foul ami heated air If pro vision is supplied for doing this then plenty of frwh air will leak in through tho window casings uml cracks as most of our houses aro not tightly built iroit benefit uiayljo abtained from open lireplaces which lo the esthetes arc coming largely into use All lireboards should bo abolished The art of ventilation has been called ono of tho lost arts if indeed it over was an entirely developed art In our modern houses and Hals masses of upholstering and decoration to obstruct thu sunlight and prevent frco circulation of air and with tho many sources such as cooking washing and plumbing appli and still more the gaslights and steam boating apparatus the necessity for attention to ventilation becomes dailv apparent Tho almost universal prevalence of catarrh aud the worn out weaned look of Americans which Herbert Spencer noted may be justly charged to the bad voniilalion of GUI houses nnd it is time our people should take hold of the matter promptly IJret llartus Knctuics I remember Bret Ilarlc the story teller telling me that after ho had pub lishod his first successful story multi tildes of enemies sprung up around him und filled the papers with com meuts on the immortality of his mat ter His fist successful piece was The Luck of tho Roaring Camp deserib ing the baby of a castaway woman which was adopted by the camp The treatment of the story none could as sail in point of charming style and poetical insight and touch The very fact that he Tiadfproved himself to be a master made lhese unseen enemies who lie around every bright nianH path redouble all heir exertions on the bad morality of the baby of a cast away He said that the ileicosl of these articles was published in a paper where ho had once set type and he protested to tlio editor who was his friend and said that that man must be a very vio lent enemy Why said his friend is not a man at all a woman has been writing those attacks ou you She keeps a table at n charity entertain ment given by the ultra fashionables ami 1 will walk through with you Ibis evening and point her out When Mario stoodabreast of the woman he was astonished to Iind that it was one ho had known in his wilder yonlh when sho was unmarried and had bo stowed her fondness upon him Who recognized him at once and stood ready to meet him with scorn Hho had married a rich and prominent per son that ho knew of her lapses from grace had hated him with that extraordinary hale those who had sinned themselves express for thoso who sin a liltln Cincinnati Enquirer PITrSIUHUH WIWTKHN UH NOKTHJCHN DlvlIOIl Time Table Afoy M tmrioNM Leave in II i c Uullury Jiuiialon 18 Hull Si Jo Jill IrSlOWH KJr M r IdtMl f SI Il A 11 A U 7 U V Ill y All 21 H 1 I 1 C 2 Jfi i in o i Kit ty Cll ion Tleriburj Malta vlie W I slutljild Junction Anlu THAINS 11 I A i 10 HI 2 I 1 0 II H 1 0 1 5 4 w IM 4 It 4 4 r i I l IU 4 t0 in I 15 7 10 7 Ml 5 01 H 15 H 3D s U 10 9 SU Tablf RAIJLROAJJ SHUT v ff I 10 STATIONS Knni Carboni hilicllielil Iiiiicllin Win suns Mnrlnnvllie l lar en Juuctlon Ilaeks Sll K k 1iIf HI All US u n t M Iaminm Clymur on v Tllusvlllo Oil i Ity Ar v 411 lu n in an 10 5J 11 iT II 1 14 11 14 1 i a 1 VI IoxUury I 1 B IT Ii 30 S S I K s IMS V f3 JlPItOWil st liutn City Unu Arrive MI 7 ir H MI ti II iu 11 M H M i 11 l1 M 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