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PLATTSM0UTI1 WBKKLV IlKRALD, THUHflDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SS7.
r ilhllsmouth gjtchln rald
Publishers & Proprietors.
A CLUAK IIOO.
Tlio lioj; can prolmblj endure n much
hardship ns any of our doruchticfited an
imals hut is tliinany reason why it should
receive abuse, or be aubjected to liarrl
liij in any fortnt We think not. Hone
of our ani mils responds mora promptly to
kind treatment aud clean Hurroundings
than the hog. It is popularly considered
filthy. This arises from the f.ct Hint the
hog is usually confined to filthy quarters.
Is thia tiie fault of tht hog or of its own
er . Why nre ita quarters filthy! Tliey
WfVc clean when tlio lio was first put in
to them. Was it the natural liltliincss
of t lie ho nbora the other animals that
made its quarters liltliy, or was it owing
to the narrow limits in which it was con
lined? What could it do in such quar
ters but make them filthy? True, the
hojj likes to roll in the mire in hot weath
er. Ho does the cow like to ptund in the
running stream, pond, or mire in hot
weather. The hog will take t clean
water if it can get it. Both do thus for
the same reason because of the grateful
coolness of the moisture anil the fact that
tlia portions of the animal organism un
der water are free from the annoyance of
flies. This hog lik the bovine, also
likes to lie in the cool shade. Give both
a fair chance to keep clean, and they
will do no. Confine them in too narrow
limits, and rhey will get filthy. Give
equal chances, ami there is not much
difference between the two. But the
custom is to crowd the hog into narrow
limits and compel it to remain there.
Lacking human reason, it may not do
the best thing possible to keep clean in
its confined home; but in this respect it
will not display much more lack of rea
son and hog sense than its owner in not
providing more ample room and better
natural facilities for keeping clean.
Give the hog a clean bed, with free loco
motion, and it will keep it cleau. Give
it a wild field of cloycr to roam and root
in and it will keep itself clean, healthy
and thrifty. Both the hog and tho
owner will be benefited by the compara
tively wide range and the succulent, ni
trogenous food available for the use of
the hog. A little corn meal, aud
it will hav all it needs, and- be
us happy aud respectable as well-bred
Tiogs should be. It will put on muscle
as well as fat, and develope a healthful
mcaS for the food of tho genus homo.
So do not complain of the filthiness of
the hog. and condemn it to wallow in
unclcanlincss, until you havo given it a
decent chance to be a decent hog. Prac
THE DRAFT-HOKSH TKAD'i.
People who talk abont "over-doing"
the business of raising good draft stock
in this cauntry' apparently loose sight of
many facts which must betaken into con
sideration in dealing with such a question.
Tho following from the third edition of
the Oaklawn catalegue for 1887 6cts forth
Mr. M. W. Dunham's views in relation to
the extent and permanent nature of the
It is well known that prior to 1S3 no
attention whatever was paved to the
breeding of draft horses in the United
States with a possible exception of a por
tion of Pensylvauia. Oxen were used
almost exclusively for lumbering and all
kinds of heavy work on the farm, the
horses in use being light, active animals,
It is not astonishing, therefore, that the
proposed introduction of draft stallions
to cross upon small marcs of the country
should meet with vigorous opposition.
although there was a growing demand
for larger horscB to meet the requirements
of improved agricultural mcahinery, the
extension of commerce, and rapid deye1
opment of the country. Notwithstand
ing this urgent demand, however, but
few people accept as feasible the new
method of imprevment prior to 1SG0, and
not with any degree of confidence until
fifteen years later, during which period
experience had taught them that th"e
crossing of compactly built, well-formed
fictive Percheron stallions upon the com-
' .... . ti
raon stock or the country, proaucea an
inials remarkably well adapted to the
wants of both city and country.
With thirteen million of horses in the
United States (at least three-fourths of
which would be increased in value by
increased size), and with no means of sup-
nlTitjc ourselves with stallions best
r -j a
suited to the purpose of improynicnt, cx
cept by direct importation from France,
we can readily understand the slowness
f the progress made, and realize the
impossibility of over-production. One
million five hundred horses must be pro
duced every year to keep up the supply,
requiring the service of at least C0.000
stallio ns; and the records thaw that oly
2,000 Percberofi stallions are now alive
on1 in nervicfi in tlu3 couutrv. These
facts accout for the coafideuce iay
have displayed in developing great es
tabliahmenta for breediag fc-U&
Percherons in this country, and show
the necessity for iacreasinf this Industry
to an extent that will make us indepen
dent of foreign countries, an event that.
however desirable, will not bs realized
during thia generation. Mr. Mark W
Dunham in Breeder' Quzette.
Flora the Hanitary Engineer,
The great majority of the people in
this country obtain their drinking water
from the moving sheet of water which
l'es at a greater or less depth beneath the
surface of the earth, and for this purpose
they use wells.
The question as to how far, and under
what circumstances, well water may be
dangerously contaminated, and how such
contamination-may be best recognized
when present, or be foreseen and guarded
against, aro therefore of constant interest.
The Journal of the Chemical Society
for June of this year contains a papcp by
liobert Warrington, entitled "A Contri
bution to the Study of Well Water,"
which is of more than ordinary value and
interest. In this paper is given the result
of ft continuous and systimatic examina
tion of the well waters of liothampntcd,
England, and of the connection between
the composition of rain, drainage and
deep-well waters. Taking a (series of ob
servations f"r several years it was found
that the rain contained, in 1,000,000 parts.
an average of 2 parts of cholorine, 0,67
parts of combined nitrogen, and 2,52
parts of Hurphuric acid. By drainage
through 5 feet cf bare soil tho quantity
of cholorine in not increased, but tho
combined nitrogen is increased about
nine times by oxidation of the organic
matter in the soil. The production of
nitrates occurs chiefly in the summer
months, and the first considerable drain
age which occurs after summer will con
tain the greatest proportion of the i.i
trates. Nitrates being assimilated by plants
are generally ahscut in drainage from
land bearing an actively growing crop.
The proportion of cholorine in the pur
est wells at Ilarpendcn is about eleven
er million, and it varies very little.
Wells in soil much contaminate! bvscw-
ge may show the commencement of a
rise in the chlorides one or two months
after the active autumn drainage begins,
and two months before the water-level
n tho well begins to rise. Wells little
iable to contamination show a . rise in
chlorides later in the season. When
soil has been long contaminated by sew
age, and then fresh contamination ceases
for a number of years, the proportion of
chlorides in tho well-water may be con-
sielerably higher than normal but it will j
remain nearly unaltereel through the I
In contaminated well-waters the pro- I
portion of nitrates and chlorides increas
es at first at an equal rate, but if actiye
elrainaga continues the proportion of i
trates greatly increases. The sowags of
a poorly-fed population gives a high
proportion of chlorides to nitrates, wkile
stable sewage causes the reverse. The
chloride contamination is more perma
nent than that by nitrates. Th probable
average proportion of nitrogen as nitrates
in drainage -water from cultivated lanel
is 3.8 per million.
The examinations of waters made by j
Mr. Warrington were almost entirely
chemical; the only exception vraa a series j
of experiments which indicate that nt-
trifying micro-organism is contained in
deep-well waters, but in xery Bmall pro
A Curious Item.
Cincinnati Exprtss-Qazette: The
American Express company at Cincinnati J
saves the nails taken up fram the streets
by the feet of the horses in their service.
The collection far one year of these nails I
and oddly-shaped pieces of iron fills aalf j
a cigar box and is very curious to laok 1
at, as well as suggestive of pain to the
animals from whose hofs they were ex-
tractedandof incidental lameness. It
t,, oimo. Unmn tim atr.ivi f tha onn. I
pany's veterinary surgeon to preserve the
nails and turn them ovr to the company.
As the American uses about seventy
horses it would be a curious calculation
to figure out how many Bails are take
up in a day by all the horses. Ik is thought
that tho laying of granite and proper
street cleaning will decrease the tranble.
Omaha World: Omaha man (looking
up from his paper) I'm not surpriseel;
not surprised a bit. The fact is that the
United States with its puny army and no
navy is absolutely helpless.
Wife In what way?
"Every way. There is no protection
for Americans anywhere."
"It's true, though. Just look at the
case of Mrs. Cleveland at Marion, Mass
"Why, what's happened to ker!"
"The paper 6ays that Mrs. Cleveland,
the wife of the president of the United
States, is followed around by a poet who
insists oh reading his verses to ber."
A funeral procession of 20S carriages,
and a utile in leagth, whick took place
ia seras caaniy, rennsyivaaia, suowea
that "funeral reform" has not become
generally observed. . .
Tempering Steel With Eloctrlcity
The Western Electrician reports that
at the shop of the Sedgwick Main-spring
Co.. 19 and 21 South Canal Ptrcut, Chica
go, can be seen a very interesting appli
cation of electricity t tho arts. It con
sists of tempering watch springs by taeans
of tho electric current. In one part of
the room stands what in known to the
trade as a one-light dynamo. The eon
ductors from tho dynamo lead to another
part of the room, to a bench on which
stands an ordinary oil tempering bath
One of the conductors connects with t
point within the oil bath and the other
to a point without. The piece of flat
soft steel wire that is to be tempered to
the blue color is fed under tho contact
point on the outside of the bath first and
then tinder the one on the inside. When
it reaches the latter the circuit is complete
and the wire immediately and uniformly
becomes heated. No means have been
taken to measure the current exactly for
the purpose of doing the whole work
mechanically. The variation in the per
centage of carbon in different pices of
steel forbids the delicate process of tem
pering from becoming a purely mechani
cal piece of work. Therefore, with the
electric current as with a fire, the coler
of the steel determines the length of time
that it shall be heated. Several advan
tages are claimed for tics process of tem
pering. The chief one is that the steel
does not have time to ox'dize after it has
been heated to the proper celor before it
is under cover of the oil, and consequent
ly that the steel wire is of the same thick
ness when it is tempered as it was before
it entered the process. The heatinir is
uniform throughout the hngtli of the
spring, and there is less liability of de
fective spots. The process is a rapid one,
the springs bring heated and passing in
to the bath at the rate of four inches a
second. The large watch making con
cerns look with great favor on the new
process, and the Sedgwick Ifeinpriug
Co. are j'ist about to double their capaci-!
tv for the purpose of keeping up with '
the orders. Industrial Gazeltt. '
Drunkennottertht Litunr Uebit Posi
tively CuPOtl by Ad i i n ilH uy
Dr. Haines" Goldm
It can li given in a eup of coc or
tea without the knowledge ef tbe jeron
taking it; is absolutely harmless tnd will
effect a permanent and dY cure,
whether the patient is a lodnratc drink
er or an alcoholic wreck. TUouaaads of
drunkards have been made twiyerate
men who have taken Golden Specific in
their coffee without their knewledge.and
to-day believo they quit drinking of thwir
own free wilL IT NEVER VAILS. The
system once impregnated with tho 8peci
fie it becomes an utter impossibility for
the liquor appetite to exit. For full
particulars, address GOLDEN SPECIFIC
CO., 185 Rce st.. Cincinnati, O. 83-1 y
Dying Under Difficulties-
New York Telegram: First actor
(pulling the trigger of a rclolver six
times) "Die, you miserable villain!"
Second actor "Your pistol has missed
firo, Sir iiudolph, but I am smitten with
remorse for my crimes and will die ac
cortling to ys-ur wish!" Then he rolled
n the stage in agony anel "pegged out
straight." The curtain fell amid roars
CATARRH CURED, health and
8weet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Romedy. Prica 50 cento. Nasal Injec
t9T free. gcia fey Smith A Back Bros.
It isn't the number of immigrants
who reach these shores which i3 affecting
the country so much as how they behave
after they get here. They all seem to
want to start a saloon or run for office.
TIIA.T HACKING COUGH can ha
so quickly cured by Shilo's Cure. AVo
guarantee it. Sold by Smith fc Black
Bros., Plattsmouth. Neb.
"VTilliain McDiarmid is probably the
oldest printer in the United States. Ho
was bom in Edinboru crh in 1792. and
helped to "set up" "yFlter Scott's novel
from the original manuscript. Item.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
Hard. Soft, or Calloused Lump and
blemishes from horses, Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Splint, Sweeney, Stifles, Sprains,
Sore and Swollen Throat, Coughs, etc.
Save $30 by use of one bottl. War
ranted by Frickc & Co. druggists, Platts-
The potato bugs of Iowa have been
the death of three women who stepped
on them barefooted this summer.
lfea Baby mi sick, we pv her Caatarla,
VWi ah wae a Child, b otied for CaAlorJa
Wlioa ah became Muut, aha along to ttnaan.
Vfcan she ba! Children, the gava tliem Caatoria,
Over 4,000,000 pieces of mail matter
were handled by the Pension Office of
ficials last year. Item.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspep-
sia ana iiver uompiamtf touaou s vi
talizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold
by Smith & Black Bros.
SniLOIl'S COUGH and cor.siunp
tion Cure is sold by us on gaurantee. It
urea Consumption. For sale by
Smith Black Buoh.
A V&luabta Kind.
Nebraska State Journal: "Is it true,
Mr. Crow, that you have found a long
stretch of the best kind lire-clay on
your property south of town!"
"Do you intend manufacturing fire
"No, I have fold nn option on the clay
to eastern capitalist."
"Who nre they?"
"Manufacturers of imj ortcd French
vtt t itasT cwsTrriTirmb ei-sec?.
Tr nihility, T yTpiit,
Wf)iKt9i, l.nngrntth', ImpAv
rrlhd nnit fllejmlrh Clrrnla.
rfllc, nrrnncrmrnl or lh
.ler, !Vrrruuett, I'nli.ldi-
imn rr the lirnrt, eiild l-Vt-t-
ri nad In fix' I all illxirden
nrlfclncr from st I.v Klul f
fll blomj, nml 2 lrloi4rtll
4'nntUlioik of tlio Xi-'Mtt'Q
lis cUer.t on tlio human Ejstem Is
V.w exr-tUng thn ptonmch to porfect
dictation of tooil. it enrU'hcK and
trnUinn the MimmI. (.'ivlui; tuna
ml Tljr.ir to tlio w holo i: u-m. the
.i n.mnjuilT henlt.h, rlnslic ni'es mid
'T TnrrnT n 1 "noTwnt Bnim. civmir iimpio BV.
It roiiPtiiuttiM list 1 losst.-lrnth's
I V '"' f ilRtiiii-C;o;U'd Hlood mid 1,1 vn
K mmi1mL?ri rIHp. 'lhoy coat no more than ottu
r"ijr-lT fi n'T';" pills, Htid aro cri-nll
(.latmi-e;o;U-a niooil nua I.lvnr
Imp. ITi oy curt no more than ottur
nrrlor. Atk. yonT PniirlM forHoKsPlrotli
lh tof Iron (Pnee ft reMlottlo; Mx bi:tii,'8,s5l.
r.rt Hlrth' llool r,1 I.ivur Pills Cfc. per
box: At box. 10, or ecr.A direct to
lY,UHC& nSoELKTB. 107 Chicago Ave, Ciiicago.
a-afwit1 of Patcat Choaa and Checkerboard
VcrUaiLX h tl?brtod Srnvtta Block UoiihmIIi
Jnd KtWAKB P Sl.&OO. If you fail Vi
rid It oa thia auiull board rail on your druggist fot
all-ala. Uaudsomsly IjlthoKraptiuU UyiuU,
Of aMh4 N Xor pootaga to ua.
rrom Mason Lena, tho Converted Uamblclb
Fort Wat'E. Ind.. April 6. ISSt I have elven lh
Eynvita Cough Blocks a thorough trlul. Thev curuil
my little Birlci yearn' old) of Croup. My wife antl
txiotber-lu-law were troubled with coujha of lonif
aianuinif. uoo puciftge ox lue 15iocks na CUTuix
IUcm w tikUt "& QUiy voniert do."
ITHA. O., Jan. 25, 138T. Tho Pynvlta Worm Blocka
ftcted liVe a charm lu expelling worms from my lit
tie child. Tho child is now well arid hearty. laute&tL
oi puny aud sickly it UoXyra,
Jonx O. RonBci
TV Irtat DlarraMia bji Drscntarr Ckscfeecv
PSLPaToS. O.. Jolf Ttu, "ac Our alx-montha
rit 141 kad a Mvera attack of Bummer ComDlaloU
fhTaloiana eould do nothing. In despair we tried
Svhvita Blackberry Blocka recommended by
friend and few doaea effected a complete euro,
Accmvt oar haaxuCai indoraement of your Black
Ewrryfllo. Mn. Ai Uks. J. Ci4HiVt 4
Tac ByaTlia Block Remedies am
The aaatPBt thing oat, by far.
Xlaan, Cheap. Convenient. Snrq, ;
tiaaay, jteuaDie, uarmieas una nrq
Ifokozi o teaapoon or atlcky bottle. Vat
tmtant Dackaaea. aV IX)kart IS CENTS.
rantad to cure or money refunded. Ask yoiu drugr
S. U yoa tan to gei taexu awuu priuu
THK 8YNV1TA CO., Delphoa, Ohio
X2TD IlECErvB TUSM POSXPAXD.
ganapfi xnufip suns, yam eua oztpeg.
ffefon, Buggy, Machine and Plow tv-
siring, axd general Jobbing
arv no- preparea to do all kinds of repairing
of !rm and othc-r roachtuery, as there
Is a good lp.tlic In my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon anov
Ho Is well known as a
NO. 1 WOEKMAN.
TO THE LADIES!
If you are aRIieted with rheumatism, iicural-
Bia. nervou extiaust ion, (lyspeii:i. or wiih eli-
ifts or tn aver, Kitiuevs, neatiaeiie or com
fenf, swell? or weak aukli-s, orsv.o'.k'ii f'et,;tn
AlutomiuiU lUIt aud a p;iir of MiiLrnctic l'oot
li:ittf tics have no siitn'iior in tlie rclivl and cire
of all these compii.uit". Theyearry a poweilul
niatiiH't'.c torcc to tne.seat oi r no uiscuse.
For laiuu t;i:k. ucmKik'! o( tlie siniii', f;t!linff
of tho womb, le!n'oir!nt';i,rlir(inic inilammat iou
and ulceration or the womi), inculcntal licinor
rhuuc or flooiliuf;, painful, suppretsed and ir
regultr wenstriiatlon, l:trrounes.s and elitne of
life, this Is th Best Applianee and Curative
Price of Supporter with Magnetic Foot Rat
teries.sio. Hent hy express C O, !., and ex
amination allowr'J, or by mail on receipt of
price, and if not found satUfaetory even after
six months trial they can hi returned and mon
ey refunded. In ordering, sen I measure of waii-t
and size of shoe.
They are worn over the underclothing. They
hold tiu-ir pnwvr orcrer.
, Send Ftainu for tlie "New Departure in Med
lcat Treatment Without Medicine." with thou
sands of testimonials. Send for circulars.
Write us full particulars as regard your dUU
culties order direct.
THE MAGNETIC APPLIANCE CO.,
W,-lr 134 Dearborn St., Chicago, III.
which will bnnir von more
rnony ri?bt away than anything elfe in this
world. Anyone can do the work and live at
home. Either sex ; all i;es. Something new,
that just coin money for all workers. We v:ll
Mart you ; capital not needed. Tlii Is one of
the genuine, important chances of lifetime.
1 hone who are ambit ioiin and enterprisine will
not UJay. Grand out tit atr. Address Truh
& (JO,, Aujutta, r.iaine. 3oly
ra&alwitla nt Pitnat OtMa and Chpcknrhna.nl. ftit
R a fl Kl rll tobe tnade. Cut this ou
li 1 I I il I If 'eturn to ti and we
a 1 1 fil I" wiI1 sen1 'ou free soine
n I I IB tiling of preat value and
I 1 ivl lit I In'l'ortance to you. that
S0m I 1 ttm m will start von in lmsmeid
11 1." "y-y1
r""TV 'v '.'.T'.V 'T r'"t"r" ':i4'f ' 'J' 'paian'OPTup
7 i...-- r ..v :.--.nf1.-1 r a-1 T t '1 -1--
for Enfanto tmd Children.
1 rtciimiiitn.1 ltnRiirrinrLiiinMTM-iiiij I
111 So. Oil jXu Li, lirooUyo, M. Y.
Down Witfi High Prices I
80 TO 70 TEB CENT. OFF
CHE THOUSAND DIFFERENT ARTICLE
Sold Direct to Consumera I
The "liiile piifiivC MM
I. D. I'ostal Klvei; Tootafro In CEST
Wclflia from H or, u 3S lba.
FAilTLY SCALES, 240 lbs., $1'
Platform Scales, Sllto320
Forges and Blacfsmitlis' Tools.
FnriuePa Fortrn, Sl.
Toriro ur.il Kit of T.oIa,
'ai'nii-r enn ilo nl ;oh, aayinn Uiaa
aua inuumr. Auvll.-. Vlsoe, ic, iAi.
OlllV Iu:i!ltlf.lf'trTrr In A nturt
tHlni; tiotlilnjr hut tlir- tirst of f-'-iil' J
biAi.-l ruri)KrlUKof nil Kciiluai
'Sncnm Bos find Hi-ass Heam wlib
ii !! S:il.-.riiii) i.i hfr Yftrlclli-H. AUci,
- '1'ruckK, WlM-elliutrown, Corn Slu-U-
c rs. Ki-,1 Mills, ( 'dpy 1'rei.Kea, Mon
ey HriiwerM. i If.tliurt AVrlujura aud
all liHrdwut'u ,Si'Clultlca.
rnur s to sis.
A l a':;:ful Machine, f
ly- 1 uli Ijfl, l:nnrov4iiU!iiK
nine sjuver putlurn, lihiuli
V.!il;i'.it Kundluru. comulu-
i fu;l srt of liilebl, liu
l'f 'M d AHarlniicnti. Vr-
rautcu x:rfccU eavc money,
oud lor Circulai'H.
Ghlcc Seals Co.
u 151 SJcJrcrxonSL.ailmoo Kl.
A X. V. J : K. U -OC -: H FGri THfc'f.71
At the great St.Ixuls Fair. 7?.-3.hcdel by roitTUXU
20x), by !?:r Kichard and. f- IU KVKLVri 90, b7 Lorl
WUton. GIKJVI3 ili by Tho Grove 3rd.
DEWSBCKV 'nd 1Vj77. by Ijolloy, half brother to
.Archibald. Herd numbers 273 head. Per.d for pricer
and catalogue. J. K. JIAVES,
Colcny, Aiid-jrsua Co., ILannai.
lias nttrtlnerl a FtAndard of cicellcnco which
admits of no superior.
Itcoutain-j every imprCTomontthatlnvcntlvp
Genius, Bkill oud money cau produce
fJt;'. y & V-',? itl
Thei-e excellent Or.jais are ceiebrated for vol
ume, quality of tone. qr.iclc resjioaae, variety of com
bination, artiftic desi-n, bruty in tininh. perfect
construction, nuikiiifi Uiem the most attractive, orna
mental and desirable organs fur homes, ecuoola,
churches, lodges, eocieticj, etc.
COMBIITED, UAKS THI3
THE POPULAR OBSM
Instruction Becks and Piano StoGte.
Catalogues and Prico Llst3. oa ppllcatlan, CSH
GK1CAS0 CGTTA8E CR8AH CO,
831 BLUE ISLAND AVE.,
Worlii Classes, u
parel to furni-h all chutes with employment
at home. the whole o the time, or for their
spare moments. I'.u-ines now. liititai d prof
itatile. 1'ersons of either sex easily e irn troin
JOcentf to P.iiu per evening, and a projortion
al sum lv devoiiuz rid ihrlr time to t4ie busi
ness. P..s an 1 irirla earn nearly as muo.'i as
men. Thiu all !m fee th' may fend their
address and 1 t thu business, we ruake this
offer. To -tue;i :n arc Lot, well sat!!V'd we will
cud one dollar to pay f r 1 H" trouh e of writ-..
Inn. Kull m rtiiiulars and oi:T :il free. Aodrea.
Gsoiii-iii Sliir. & (J'J., 1'urtLuid, Maine,
WWM SAFES OF ALL SIZES.
h ifej 5j: ? J.I No. 4. weight 1,11)0 lb sa
mm SEWING HACKIHES,
I v J v . r,,-,.y' 'X-.' ;'" , fr -
iw: i v. -t. v i' 'I'-V-
m"'w;i 'if ! s ,' ,i ? -
' j-i-. .
Cbtetsrlik enrca Collr). Oonrttpftt'iii
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