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WAmscTOX, June lfcThe reparto?
Ac advisory board to Secretary. Whitney
Ion its fmdirur in connection with the
trial of the Dolphin covert audi the name
ground its that traversed in the Secretary'
jdper to the Attorney General though treat
ing the subject more fully. The mint of
iutcrest in it aside from those given from
the letter are subjoined: The board Mate
that the ground covered to be, First lias
Hie Dolphin been constructed ia accordant
-with Uic tonus ef the contract bttweer,
Jnlm 1'oach and the Government?
Second what defects if any, wiietli
r of plan or cxecittioa axe amiai-
ent i the Dolphin from such
examination as can now be made in her
present completed stale? TJiird what
matters can be determined and what mat
ters are incapable of determination in a
completed ship? The Board hlatcs the dif
ficulty, in fact the Impovrtblity, of making
a full examination of e completed ship in
winch a large share oT The work is covered
nip, without the expenditure r a consider--able
sum of money in ojmujiuc up the wurk',
-and proceed-.: "The Dolphin is intended
cfor a dispatch boat, She lias and was hi
Jlviiilcd to have little offensive jmwer; ieli:i
b.e speed Is therefore her first and giealeat
ierjisiU- for ufuliie.-s. She
Mi'ST ios!:m.h this quaijtv
in all weather and under al! conditions at
sea. The Uw authorizing the cou-ttriictioii
of the Dolphin provided for a h fpt:il of
fifteen knot an liour, A dispatch boat wt
having the ability to make that sperd cna
tinuuilr in such weather as hhe may
reasonably be called upon to encounter
would at this day not answer the puqxiM!
f the service. That a boat of her size
aUnonld ioe.ss this requisite sjHed it i ab
solutely iiidis uemable that she should
have great streiicth and HtlrTiir-s to
ennhle her to make the sped re
quired under the conditions she niiwt
be prepared to meet, admits of no doubt in
the opinion of thu board." The Dolphin
trials on the bound are then ntokn -of as
at the ntt" of 15 knots, wherea. to male
that speed at sea she should have goi 17
to IT1- knots-. The report adds: "On the
occasion referred to the vibration of the
Dolphin, when subjected to only that duty
and test, vu very perceptible and of a
character to deniont-trnto inailequato
length and -stiffness. Under such eir
imstances the floors of the engine room
were observed tto surlntj severely and this,
let it be not-d, -occurred when she was .sub
jected "to much less severe duty than hhe
must le expected to encounter when
actually encased in the service for which
she was intended." The bord coutiutirs
that this evidence of weaklier was eoirott
tirated on the occasion of the second trial,
when, by the weight of an additional Jive
tons of pic-iron, the vesselwae-ao-spruiigas
to throw her
j XIACIUNnitY OUT OF'I.TNK
and cause her alter crank piu to laconic
hot, even ln-fore the. trial had actually becun.
The report continues: "Wheiefore the
j lestton ariseH, Is this structural weakness
due to a fault of plan or execution, or does
it pioceed from both? In justice to the
contractor It is proper to state that the plans
exhibited to the board and thos: furnished
to the contractor are meaner, and by no
viiieiins provide for a vesel of adeipiate
treujrth for the uses for which the Dolphin
was intended. While it is -clear that the
nkitfSre at fault, and if carried ml in the
best manner would not produce a vessel
of sufbeient -strength, yet it mvius to the
lKiai.l that tiie Dolphin exhibits a detrree of
weakness in-excess ot whaleuii be properly
attiibuted to the defective -plans. Where
fore the lniard is of the opinion that the
Sedition must be faulty in this regard.
s, JSitt it is impossible to state with exactors
the -degree -of blame that might pioperly
attach to -the contractor in this preci-e
TesjK'ct. without taking out -the machinery
and opening up tho ship." It is asserted
that no attention has been paid to the
fproision for an air pressure in the fire
room. The question of horse power is
then taken up and it is shown that on the
-first trial she showed 2.00S; on the second
her crank pin heated; on the third she
showed 2.2.VI; and on the foiutli with nat
ural draft under the lniilers 1,04S, whereas
the contract calls for ii,:;iK). Thtvse trials
a1m weio made
W1TJI I(MT FAVOlt.Vm.K COKUrTIONS
tis in water, coal and management. Tltf
.report continues: "With regard to "tho
freneni! workmanship found on board the
Dolphin the board is of the opinion that it
does not conform to the terms of tho 'Con
tract .and specifications in many particu
lars." The report closes as follows: "In
submitting this, their report, the board feels
that it can ao no further in the discharge
-of its duty under the instructions govern
ing it action, atnl has to regret that so
wuch as to the vessel's strength rests upon
opinion. Nothing abort of a trial at sea for
aorae time and in rough water can satis
factorily determine her actual strength or
-weakness, and in the absence of such trial
ar1ct so much to le desired this report
enitmdies the most that tho board ha been
able to .ascertatu, but as tho vcse.l hi,
lieeo n a reef in the East River, it i?
ecessary that she should be docked and
ker bottom examined. When this is done
the board will submit the result of uch
A MINE HORROR.
Am EE-4slSi In an KngiUfc Mine Imprlwwi
JtAJcinwTnt, 3unelS. A terrible rx-Brtosioaof-fire
damp occurred this mornhw
tt. Cliflea Hall .colliery, near this city.
There wesethrea hundred and fifty men in
the aaiae at -the time,ene hundred and
fifty C whom Jiave been rescued. Two
haadrai and thirty are -entombed. It i
feared ahoy are either suffocated or burned
toaVaau. 5reatexcitement prevails. The
scene- at the vicinity of the mine arc
Beartraawiaav The wives. Brothers and
relatives are mcregated aear the en
traaeea, eryiae, shrieking, and implnrlirc
God ta aave the 3aved ones iaiprisoned Ikv
w mum armrDRED kihtxd.
Lowtkib, Jane IB. A. dispatch from Man
chester ears a ibandred additional men
have heea reeenedtroai the m'tac and one
anadrai have baea killed.
BBara Tiasca Aw iC
rocKoaroerx, "O. Jane 19. Present in
dicatioos are that the -stacks of allahe roll-
- iag mUla hi Mahoniaff -except one will re- J
atain saietckas aeriiaps all enmmec 3ic
Cnrdy Oa An in ana Bros. & Co,, tlte
YeacstowBMinCoapaay, Trumbull Jivu
Compaqy and Brawa, Boaaell & C. asich
atated that at areaaat they would nnt-cigu
Ae scale, aad ay they eiM raesain idle5tr
jnrhilfi. The ataawfacrarers here whowrs
fihLTrr of the TTaBiia lasa AssocIatiM
aave aataaeo ta wwaaniw mm s - "- .
. chaara the Pittsburgh aaea wtah treaetieiat
m mvA xjowardiee. The Iraa aaaaafacture!!
lam irm aaeared aa oatiaa ta lease tLe
TnloaaSteet Works at SC Loai.
fe. Lorw. JuBelS. ApaWieaateof wooi
teak plaaa yesterday afteraooB at Peper's
rnaiprinr The foIIowiBf were the sales:
Twauij' ae asm sacks Texas, roediua and
jbfcie, at iSc.Jbalf price for dead wooL to
L. 4K Sauaaaaraeld; eight sacks of low
aaediuBi Taxaa M&Mc, and lour sacks al
aaxpeta at Ue, ta ate asme Bayers; tht'
awe sack ot toe taadiaai Texas, very
Jarthy, at Ua, to & Bkaaaatok A Co.;
flva sacks of aae 1T5Xc; e aack of dead
at ltc aad aae aack af Ai?fara, gtxxl, at
BVLteBaaw firaa. Thaaf ? were
WAftsrxRTvx, Juaa IT. Tht Crktemj:
Taare ia a TJailaa" Statea flag at tfca Waf
OepvtBMBt, the history of which taa
ataJtaritiaa know notainf exeeat that tt was
fauad la tba Caafaarate War DeaartateBt
Mi is marked with the bub f th "Firtj
thiri Illiaola Volunteer Infiatry." The
faff sbows erMent siffm M bari fifftttinff is
Ihi Beighberhood, far it la pleree4 in away
places with bullet , aad tbroagh the
cUrry field aad in places ia the silk stripes
are gaping holes where pieces of shell have
torn their way. There is no ftaf staff at
tached, sad the folds are deeply stained
with broad strides of blood, hinting that
some gallant -color sergeant kad torn it from
the staff aad folded it away in his own
breast to save it from capture aad had
poured out his own life's blood on the Hag
he had awern to defend. Perhaps this
paragraph may meet the eye of some one
who can tell where an how it was cap
tured, for the War Department do not know
where it was captured.
Washington, Jane 17. There ha just
been placed in the National Museum at
Washington, for -permanent preservatioa
xnd exhibition what is known as the Ayre
vhire life -car. the invention and property of
he venerable Joseph Francis, known the
world over as the inventor of the Francis
life boat and other life saving appliances.
This 'car is the one that was ued at the
wreck of the British ship A yreshire, on the
wast of New Jersey, on the night of Janu
ary 12, 18.0, in a severe snow storm, saving
the lives of 201 persons. It is intercstlag
for Its associations, and a curiosity in ta
onstructlon. It has been often publicly
exhibited in Europe and America, and has
traveled over 10.000 miles. It was trans
ferred to "Professor Baird, for the museom,
oy a representative of Mr. Francis, together
with some miniature models of various
kinds, and also the diploma preseuted to
Mr. Francis by the Shipwreck Sowe' of
:P0IS0NED BY PAINT.
TlCrcw er m NurclB Bark Sftrias
from La Folmomttig.
Xkw York, June 16. The Norwegian
bark Donner Zogea arrived ia this port on
May 27, after a forty-three days' voyage
from Aracaci, Brazil. The first mate, who
was acting captain, and the crew of eight
men, were all sick, and went to the Long
Island College Hospital, in Brooklyn. Owe
of the crew died there, and Dr. Belcher, the
house surgeon, prottounncd the symptoms
those of chronic lead poiseuing. An analy
;is will be made of the water used by the
crew of the vessel.
The bark while st Copenhagen, 4n July,
1SJS4, had owe of the water tanks painted
red, and eight days later, when the paint
was supjiosed to be dry, it was filled with
water. At Cadiz, Spain, the tank was re
filled, snd during the subsequent trip to
Rio Janeiro the captain and twoof. the crew
were taken sick with symptoms atf. olson
ing after ririnkirur the water, and had to eo
to a hospital in that port The water with
which the tank was filled was from a stream
J of sluggish water.
j While coming" to New York the ncting
uapiam ami crew oecaine in. ins xteaitn
Board chemist found the water of .a yellow
color with a sediment, the latter oontaining
vegetable and mineral matter of a poison
The lead from the paint on the tank had
also scaled off and lieen absorlmd in thu
water. The mllinc of the vessel caused tin
substances in the tank to spread and thus
the crew trot the full benefit of the poison
when drinking. Those in the ho-ipital are
in a fair way to recovery.
, Plague Making- Fearful Headwar 1u
Madkid, June 17. In tho province of
Cartel Ion do la Plana, yesterday, there were
eighty wises of cholera and sixty deaths.
Thirty thousand people have tied from Mur
cia, owing to the terrible dread of the d is
case which has taken jKissesslon of the
people. .In the city of Murcia alone, "yes
terday, there were, according to the latent
tumors, sixty-four new cases and thirty
nine deaths. In the province of Murcia,
outside of the cltv, there were fiftv caees
and sixteen deaths. The Oilirlnl Oirxtte
confirms thu statement that cholera is now
raging in the provinces of Valencia.
' Cstellon de la Plana and in the city of
Madrid. The opposition newspapers -deary
that cholera exists in Madrid, and say "that
all the testimony regarding the suspicions
rasra is insufficient to give a warrant for
the assertion that they are cases of cholera.
There were fivo new cases of cholera in
thte city yesterday and one death In the elty
ofTalencia. There were two fresh cases,
but mo deaths in the province of Valencia.
However, outside of the city there wwre
forty-eight new cases and twenty-seven
deaths. The city of Murcia reports forty
new cases and seven deaths, while other
parts of the province of Murcia return
twelve ireah cases and four deaths.
tlabarr Accept tha Prvnleraalp
anl Will Fern a Cabinet.
JjOtcpox, June 17. Ixird Salisbury has
definitely accepted the premiership. It is
stated that Sir Stafford Nnrthcote has ac
cepted .a peerage, lcaving:Sir Michael Hicks
Peach to lead the .Conservatives in the
House .of CommoBs. .Lord Randolph
Churchill will have aa important position
In Dteaiew cabinet, but -the distribution ot
portfulios will not be decided until the ar
r val of .the Queen, wba J .traveling with
all ptod. Lord Kandolph Churchill agreed
to the renewal of the conroien act on con
ditiea Xhat tt only be enforced If found im
perative. Several Liberal aainisters held an
Informal. -meet ing at Gladstone's residence
tvday to .decide upon their Juion in re
sponrle to-Conservative overteres for support.
imi ILiudolph Churchill's aetioa yesterday
fe reucralif attributed to fear that Lord
Salkbnr' and aUicr leaders would Ignore
his claim Jo office, and tn a desire to retard
the pragrei0f the scats hill, am ardcr to give
a chance if -possible to appeal to the old
eoohtituencieA, win are mure likuiy to sap
port the Conservatives.
A Wa-1 Ooea Do
3roTTEKuJhine 17. The Caaada Snip
ping Ctimiiany to-tlay received a dispatch
from CattauaX.GL Jackson of the ateamei
Lake Mauitobii. -paying that theveafel had
stranded ia nwtliwet bar on J-ktie Mi
qnllin or Laagiey island, at 2:S0 a. aa. Son
day afternoon, during a fog- The veasei is
likely to becotue & total wreck. The e
engers twenty ia nurabcr aad the crear
wero saved, hut lost .all their effects. The
steamer was ,150 tons register, was 356
feet In length aod of 4.C00 horse power.
She wa one of tlte best areasels of the Can
ada Shipping Company and was insured Jm
aubout two-tliirds of her value.
CrtMM ha KeatMfcyw
Lorrsviiax. Kv., Jaee IT. A seaUeaaaa
aat returned from Kaott Caaaty, Kyn re
Barts that the Hall and Joaea factions are
under airms, aad aa esBjageeaent aatweea
theat at baaiinent at aay aaosaaat, The
Hall pact' narabers thkty-oae aad tba
Joaes gaag eighteen, aad all are arraeal with
WiachesterriBea, and aery arrest 1 roaa aay
aad every asaaee. 3Ioaday of last week aa
Baevcr Creek, 3erry Saarwoai and Mil
Haark Sixeatorc, ae latter aaaaf tteawaat
aaaaaand bki-ta,rty litaaanitmi ia the
TBo Oraat BBaias anlwi ae w Tw aaa
aw K9aH VGB vVManl Vta9JsaVS aVaVaaVavVwW
NrwYoax, J uaesa Flags were waving
yesterday from the taps of alt the aria
cipal bulkiiags throughoat the city, ia honor
of the reception of the BarthoWl statue of
"Liberty Ealbrbtealaf the Horht" The
shipping along the river front aad vessels
in the harbor were tally decorated in honor
ef the evesL The weather was warm.
The early aaoTBingtaai os brought thousands
of strangers. Broadway and the streets
adjacent were thronged with people
wending their way to points froa
which good views of the military and civic
parade atteadiag the reception of tfte
statue can he witnessed. The harbor pre
seuted a beautiful appearance. It was
studded with tiie white sails of in
numerable yaclita and numerous
excursion boats, to await the mov
ing of the naval procession. Shortly
after nkie o'clock the flavor, the President
of the Board, Aldermen, muuiciol oQicers,
members of the reception aad other ccin
mittees embarked on special steamboat,
and proceeded down the lower bay to the
Isern. Arriving aloucside of the vessel,
they boarded her, paid their restarts to the
commander and officers, and the Mayor,
acting as sokesman, bade them a henrty
-eicome to New York. The yiuytx -then
tendered them the hospitalities of the city,
inviting them to an informal recepliou at
the City Hall. After the iaterchange
Af a few remarks, the Mayor aad city ofti-.-.ials
withdrew, returning to tic steamboat,
which swum: off and took up a jKsition
within a few hundred yards of the Jere.
At eleven -o'clock the fort at Sandy Hook
-thundered forth a salute to the French Hag,
a'hich was shortly after followed by a sig
nal from Commodore Chandlers vessel
notifying the vessels to form iuta line for
the naval parade. The vessels fell into
line as follows : Coiled -States
steamer Dispatch, with Secre
tary Whitney and Commodore
Chandler and statf on board, United States
steamer Powhattan, United States steamer
Omaha, United States steamer Alice, the
French flagship Lafiore, Admiral Iacomta,
the French transport Isere, -Commander Da
Sanne, the steamboat with the State Com
mittee on board, the steamboat with the
Mayor and Aldermen.
Here followed a fleet af yachts of the
American Steam Yacht Club, among thera
Gould's Atlanta and the phenomenal yacht
Stiletto. In this position the vessels
steamed slowly up the bay, receiving salutes
from the forts at the Narrows, at Forts
Columbus and Castle WilliauL
Thse were replied to by tie French
flagship, Latiore, and the Uuited Stales
vesaels, while hundreds .of steam whistle
sent forth blast after blast On the ar
rival at anchorage at Bedloe's island, the
Isere received a salute from the gnus of the
United States training ship Minnesota,
This was the signal tor the breakup
of the parade. The officers of the
French flagship and those of the Isere were
then conducted to the island where they
made a short inspection of the work now in
progress on the jedesial. On the landing
of the French naval officers at the island
the .Marseillaise was -sung by over five hun
dred voices, composed of members from
various Fiecch societies of New York and
lie ia ItftquMUxl to Hani! rrr tho "OUal
IVashinoto.v, June 110. Comptroller
Durham's letter to ex-Commissioner Luring,
asking him to deposit in the Treasury the
disallowed balance, is as follows: "Your
account for payments for the laboratory in
the J k'partment -of .Agriculture from June
1, 2SS4, to April H, JSS5, has been adjusted
in Ibis office er report of the First Auditot
Xu. 24C,:ttT, and a balance has been
sound due "to the United States
of S'iOj'ii'J. Your current accumt
shows a balance due yourself cl
$r.TS. Tlte balance found dun the United
States is a part of a disallowance made u
this account as is explained by the schedule
of differences herewith transmitted. As
shown by the schedule referred to. you have
piid out from the appropriation "for tht
laboratory of 1&S.V the sum of S'JO.SOT which
should have been charged to the appropria
tion made "for the purchase, propagation
and distribution of valuable seed, etc,
16SS.'r The above sum seems to have been
paid tor sorghum seed, for tay rolls, in pre
parinc said seed or other seeds for distribu
tion and none seems to have been paid foi
chumlstj, or apparatus for the use of cheni
istMormicroscopists, or for any experiments
made ia the manufacture of sucar from
orgham and other vegetable plants. II
seems very plain to my mind that alt of the
above amount as stated in the voucher!
presented, should have been charged to the
fund appropriated for the purcha-e. propa
gation and distribution of valuable seed,
and not the laboratory fund. I find aothint
in the precedents of this office to warrant
tlte allowance of said account in the font
as now presented, and the above amount ot
-J0,807 is, therefore, disallowed. The
balance found due the United States, $20,
227. you will please deposit in the treasury
at your earliest convenience, in order thai
your account may be closed on the books ol
The Stat Mi
Taka Its Owa XstM In Pay.
Mat ef raxca.
RicnwoKB, Va-, June 20. Judge Bood
of tiie United States Circuit Court, baa ca
tered a decree ia five suits brought by tax
payers who have tendered coupons in pay
ment of Stale taxes, perpetually enjoining1
the Treasurer fraaa levying upon, sellint
or returning as delinquent the property of
coraplainaats or taking any other steps tc
collect taxea. A cam is being mad up
it is uiieVrstocMl, to carry the matter to V
United States Supreme Court Judg
bond's decrees are claimed to be ia exad
accordance with the decision of the Su
preme Cwirt in April ia the Virginia caaaoa
cases. The practical effect is that tim tax
payer has only to tender tax receivable
coupous to a proper officer and any pro
ceediug thereafter to collect the "tax if
money will he perpetually enjoined.
Toronto. Oxt June 20. Ilanlan
wasnearij drovaed while testing a aew
boat yesterday. His owa account of the
accident is aa follows: I was out
for practice ia a aew boat I had
purchased from Triekett. I had rowed
out about three-fourths of a mile when sud
denly the boat broke ia two taioanng me lata
the water. Tlere was aatenouch ef the boat
left toceiher to wj Hrt , tni: wits whit
there was 1 swain toward the wharf. After
going half the distance I became exaaasted.
fioeae sailors ewidoyed oa a diaaaer jyiag
at aacbar saw aad saved ate fraai dro wains.
Skw roas, Jaaa
- ... - ca waaaw
aaweart aeide the aaffBiaaat at a X.
Be Ca, baakars aad Wakam,waa
laJaadlaraearrytwomaiiaa daHara. The
HaaitlJU tssian, that the saaitaaiisl aaji
xraBBBiw a vaia, awictaa ahat the bbbb warn oara
avta aaaaa ta par
wt ' rscarnissa ef aaa em
aidad toast aha igin it .de aad aa-
"T-1 .nc7nm "ff1?, ffnitilt. daTariBT Had peaad 1 1 naii
BMAaaM ahr a . !W CBbW aBVaPSBTT aPPla!KKaPaB'PTaB 4Ba
SfgL-S!!?- ? te rV ---,--,-, ,iMl saw! as T X
HOME, FARM AND GARDEN.
Nataaega are poiaoaaaa if rates ia
The washing of ahacp before skear
ing is condemned ay many eheefK
growers as It chills the animals "so much.
X E. Firmer.
A potato should be grown qaickly
and Ue fertilizer Uiat produces th
effect, gmng aUo a frood quality and
yieTL is what is necessary. Rural Xtw
A pretty ru for the loun-c is
made of cream-colored basket-cloth.
vrith panstes of all the rich purple and
veilow hhades embroidered upon it.
riiere is no set pattern, the Howcw
looking as if they had been dropped
ujon it br some lavish hand.
Spiced Beef: Five pounds of the
ehank boiled five hour- with celery
seed; dnim off tho gelatine, and then
chop thu meat very tine, and pepp r
i and salt to taste, and put it into a cloth
5 -in ;i ulattr. Cover with the clolh
and press it ZVte Household. -taniers- III- mzc wa about that of
For n damp clo-ct or cupbo-ird. the crown of a m:tnt hat. but h rmt
which is l.able to cau?e mildew, placu was itumen-e, and he jumtxd at even
in it a baucer full of quick-lime, and ' thing that came in Irs way. bether a
it w.ll not only absorb ail apparent crwl.4r r a corutalk. Burney imuie
dauipnc.3 but sxveeUan and Uiainf--c: ; diateh Iwcame hi- purclia-er, and -z
the place- Keuew the Lme ouce a I ing him h tiie tail, put him :u a la-Kel
fortnight, or as oftn as it becomes j and carried him to the Capitol. It u.v
slacked. To'cdo liladc j not yet eleven o'clock, and the hall was
Tr' tills way of cookiug fowl: Cut nearly vrnpty. o lie wa enabled to
the raw fowl in pieces aud put them I carrv out hi- project unob-crved- He
into a pan wita very not nutter; oooa
for t.n m.nutes, shaKing the pan con-
. . .
I sLtntly. Moisten with stock and tomato
sauce, to which add a little sugar and
f-ome mushrooms. When cooked serve
witti c outoos. Deiroit I'ost.
Rice Crusts: Cook one cup of cold
boiled nee .u tiie double boiler in milk
enough to make a thin mixture and un-
til the rice is very soft Add one table
spoonful of sugar, a little salt, one c.
and Hour enotign to make it hold to
gether. Spread ou the pan. having the
mixture one-third of nil inch thick,
liake in a hot oven. Split and cat With
sirup. Clciuila iid Lender.
A nice way to prepare a very light
lunch for au invalid, and to be taken
with :i cup of we:uk tea, i- to toast three
milk crackers; then pour boiling water
over them, drainiug it oil immediately,
spread jam or marmalade over Lhetn,
and pile them up. set them into the
oven while you make thu tea, and take
both in to Lhe.-ick one, and it will prove
uppetiJngaudrefre.sliiug if uuextect'jJ.
.V. J'. rawiiicr.
HOVEN OR BLOAT.
us of the Year in Which Tt U
Prevalent and fatal.
The first is when the clover gots large
enough to that aninials can get n mouth
fill of it and over-gorge themselves.
The other is wlien grass becomes dry
and toujjh, and stock becomes crazy to
break into corn Holds, when the corn is
in full milk, lu this State it is peculiar
Iv agreeable to the taste of the cow and
she gorge- herself. In case -of clover,
it is more dangerous when wet from
rain or dew. The animals eat more
than they can read.ly digest beforu it
sours, wliich dcrelops gas, distends tho
.-toinaclu which deranges ihe bouul.s
and obstructs the natural passages. In
this situation if relief is not poou given
the ati'inil dies. There :ue several
rente lies recommended for h.tven. Iti
case of trespas- ou corn fields, the utii-
yersal preventive is- keep better fences.
. ... ..wk., ...v .....
5-Keep better fences.
:timc- happen to the
Hut accidents funic
best fence-. I'm wheu the animal i
b.id'v -wollen bv tin generation of gas
j in the bowels, rel ef must come sion,
; for the work is rapid and generally
deutn suddenly ensuei. I he first th'iig
best to 10 done is to excite the salivarv
glands and iaduce the animal to swal
low the saiv:u It is :i valuable agent
! e -t - t
s.tion of saliva there ar several in-
gredients which aid in correcting any
irregularities in the stomach, such as i
the muriate of soda, pho-phate of so-la.
phosphate of lime, phosphate of am
monia, etc- The-e, if supplied in
quantity, counteract any acidity and de
stroy the gas. The best wav. It is -ai 1.
to irritate the salivary glands and caue
the saliva to flow copiously is to put a
stick about as large a-" a hoe handle
across through the animal's mouth, and
tie it ba-'k tight to the base of thu horns.
In this way. for some rea-on, the glands
d.schargu freely and the an 'mal by the
po-it"on of the head should be com
pelled to swallow it If the case is not
a .severe one, and not too far progressed,
this- frequently gives relief.
But if this fail-, then re.ort must Ih had
to the desperate exjiedient of the kn'fe.
inserted carefully into the side of the ani
mal between, the last rib and the hauii'-h
bone, where the distended paunch will
be felt pressing against the tiank- A
trocuar, lancet or even pocket knife, :s
to be plunged into the animal at that
spot wh.cii must pass through the skin,
the wall of the belly, and euter the
paunch. The wound "is to be left opx'n
tor awhile for the gas to be discharged,
which s .sometimes M violent as to
make a his-ing noi-o. Then the hole
will h- al. and by a careful hand can be
aided by holding the edges of the woand
together with an adhesive plaster.
Some skillful veterinary surgeons cut
the hole in the side large enough to not
only d scharge the offensive gas. but to
dip out tiie sour food which is gen"rat
ing the gas. Then they sew mi w.th s
few stitches the p.mnch.the wall- of the
be ly aud the sm- This ojeration could
only le undertaken by a scicntiiic man.
witli the nc-essary instruments.
Cattle frequentiy have the hoven when
fed regularly on ordinary food. It is
caused by indigent on. toe food ferment
ing by laying longer in the stomach
than nature de-jigns. Aad indigestion
is generally caused by an ra-mficiency
of saliva "c.ther in quantity or quality.
Aad any thing, as we said above, which
Will increase the flow of healthy saliva
wdl relieve the animal of this dangerou
complaint lotea State Rcgislcr.
There are two kinds of pork: one it
meat and the other Is lard, and in
cboosiag the hrved of hogs or pigs and
the method of feeding for his purpose
the tanner must make a proper choice.
fork is ia 4emaad for food, and fox
food s amaat araatsleaa aneat with ole
x right propanioa af tat iatimaiely ia
tersperaeal aaaaag it It k aL- at
detaand iar lard, aad tie lard twarafae-
a bc with mo aaare Biaacla
than will serve to carry araaaad taw
load ef fat For bacoa aad kanae tks
nigs are fe4 upoa grass or dorer m
large part, and ape Heea-aaakrBg
materials- Thcr aaagt alaa karve ace
siaej for lard the pigs are erawdedl
aad rfaaaaeml at taw a
of eaeaooa'a faediaw. It eewlr
.aad the regBiiaaiiiiU j af aawaaV af,
-a m a
m eorrecuwg any bchiilj oi me hioniacu j ,.,K,n MIt.bo4iv mls ln onu of lluoll,,T
arifl in ntilntir tt trrSY !- In fink rr irx. ..
i .- .
eaaea aaer t a sir sty.
A LEGISLATOR'S JOKE.
w One Owpmi Tara4 taw Laagk
du ilia .larlate.
Dr. Bnrcer. of Dakota, was certainly
the greatest wap In tiie Uoae of Kcp
nsientativeK in bi time. He wa a
conservative Kenublican and supported
J jj Prjdnt and hi tKIscv. A clofe
, t.i:rhbor of his on the iW was Mr.
i Williams, of Pittsburrrb, a gentleman of
extremelv radical v,er. Mr-Williams
j wajt jn jjj,. ua'OJt 0f laJktQcr to IJnrncv
i cf couservat-Tt-s as dead-and-alive oft
0f meru and of the radicals a, "die real
wide-awake. nappinir turtle partv."
, The Doctor one dav bethought him" of
a joke, but oulv h nted ju-: dien to Mr.
Williams thut'he'd better lookout or
1 that snaiipInp tt,rtle )artv would play
t the deuce with him- Next morning,
j while passing tiirough the market, h-
i saw a lot of turtlo expeed for ,-.ale.
among them a pugnac.ou tnapp. r
j that sevmed to be atlordinr; a great
. .I....1 f ... ....,.. . ..V,l V ,r
went directly to Williams' desk, found
it unlocked, by good fortune quietly
lifted the lid and tran-ferrcd the nap
pcr fnm the basket, to rumble and
, tumble among the foolscap aud public
' document.-, then closed the desk and
lt,fl Jt f nothing hud occurred of the
extraordinary diameter just related.
! Alter the House" had been called to or-
der, Iturnev. who. with a few of the
j initiated, had kept a close eye on Wil
liams to see if he would open hl desk,
and had been disappointed, approached
the old man. ilrid, with an air of
feigned impatience, said: Williams,
reach your hand iuto your desk and
get me a sheet of paper I'm out"
Williams raised the lid of his de-k just
enough to let his hand in, and was
reaching for the requested sheet, wheu
he experienced a remarkable setisat on.
uttered a yell which astonished half the
House, and jumped back half a dozen
feet. The 'snupper'' had grabbed for
him, caught him by the coat cu.T.- and
narrowly mihed his hand. It h not
nece.-sary to say that there w:t a big
laugh at Williams'' expense, tit the ter
mination of which IJurney said to him.
"I told you to look out for this darned
mapping-turtle parte, as you call it.
It is a dangerous crowd. lieu Vcrlcy
Fashions in Grave Yards
Fashion is potent even in the grave
yard. A marble dealer at Rutland.
Vt.. is quoted as saying that fashion
in gravestones are more arb.tniry than
almost any others. 'There is con
stant changing. he says, anil we are
till the time trying to get up -omcthing
new. as if we were milliners there is
a constant demand for iL homethmg
that is 'taking in the shape of a iiiom-
i umetit wdl become the f:i.-hion, and
j then go. and sometimes come and go
again, ju-t as a certain kind of bonnet
j might, and just a- absolutely and arbi
l trardy .so far as you could sec But
Mien there ? some reitxoti for it. Von
I ,t... ,i. ..., bull- of .,i.r".1o m..c frt
'M vontrv eenicterie the iTrowir-
5t,e ,,R. jrre:ii luiik ot raartiie roe
5n):ln couutrv eenicterie the pnq
! tion of .rraVe.-toues in all the la
ground-is comparatively small, when
;, ou come to think about it and a
do.en monument- just alike make a
! good ileal of a show in the small cem
eteries. So one kind of monument
comes in. people like it, and others are
bought, the cemetery fills up with
them, and thev grow monolouoti-.
kind that is taking, and others like
that follow, and so it goe-: and '.t
eems to us as if they all changed at
once.1' -V. Y. I'ot.
There was a wedding tour in thi
direction the other day, and the happy
couple were accompanied by three
others. It was a sweet spectacle to see
the four pairs promenading up Jeffer
son avenue with hands clasped and a
taffy-like smile spread over even face,
and hundreds of pedestrians stopped
to gaze and admire. The porter of a
wholesale house wasn't quite satisfied
with what he could sec, but stopped
the last couple and inquired:
"Is it a case of love?"
You bet!. replied the young man.
Arc they extremely happy?1
"Jest a-biling over, sir.
"Whv don't vou and this gal follow
I'm perfectly willtn. but Sarah
kerflunks on mc. I've asked her over
twentv tiroes to have me. but it's no
"Never! Never!" she firmly taid n
she rolled her cud of gum to the other
side for a moment "When a man
takes me to a circus and crawls under
the canva to save expanses, and then
can't see the man with the lemonade
nor the boy with the peauut, I
wouldn't hitch to him if I had to go
out and et a bear trap to catch a part
ner!" Detroit Free I'ress.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITT. JaneS.
CATTLE 5afppln ... U 75 Q. 5 10
Naure cows. ...
HOGS Good to choice hear
yHEAT So. 2 rcd..
RVE So. Z
FLOCK Fancr. p" c..t
HAV Lanr baled
HCTTEK t'ho-ce creamery
Shoulders.... . .
S;de... ....... ........
WOOL M.MMiri onvRshcd.
CATTLE SaippSnr Blcer. . ..
HOr;? Packlor .
HEKI Fair to choice.
WHEAT Xo-i red
COE.V Xo .. .
OATS So. S
HYE No. .
HAltLET .... .
CATTLE Good to choice
OGS Packlaa- aad shipaiaw
KIEEP-Faur to tiaC.lS.
FLCrjK Wiater wWt..
BTaUtAT "So.: red
5o.S Sfeiar ... ..
pour. it aew
CATTLar-Exaerts S3 f IS
HOGS Good cfceiee . 4tt(
SUWEPCowummt weed : :m
FLOCK Goodie Choice. & i 13J
WHEAT-Xe.2rd 1 1
OATS-BTaaBgiw aafcgad "a J ia
S7 is. 3sK
Z Vt ft. ZN
at fc tUi
I Fottic nsttuu
F BwaVVaaha-i-vrrrwAr a-t--a mr'
A SINGULAR BOOK.
aefctUtlatiaw WMat BavrrMia aa4
(TSew rorkCunsafa-nniLMcit Aaaprlcaa Kara!
' Chap. X. Haa Jlalaria: n to FIr
Ua. Chap. IL Ovrrwork!:w gotm to Ea
rope. . Chap. IIL 'Has Rhrcraatisa: gtws to
Chap. IV. Has a row with his Doctor!
i Th ebova chapter. ir. Editor, 1 Sa-1 ia
a look tsscratJy pablUbel by aa aaoar-
rooc aataor. I care rtwa a tlcai oj r-
casci la rny day, but I a?rr rend aay-
thla;; eqnal to the astram htrria coo-
tained. 1 utjxsri the expert? n- ortryrd
is a proaal one; in hort, lh? aarbor tn-
Untateas much oa pse 3L Let ra jiv
voc a xyaopjU:
"Malaria. " a it state. i the cloak wfch
' which ajTficial pbvicijin covr up a
multitude of 111 fr-r4inc walch tbrnr do not
t ua-tcrvtand. aad do aot mack rare to lave-
tisat. it i aUo & corrr for uch dira-
a they cannot cure. TVbcn tbry advUc
their patient to travel or that h La
' orerworfced anl afi rt?t and U
IrotiaLlv ufferinc from ma'arla. tt f a
cxrafrMion of ijraoraar or of iasWity.
, Tho patient jm abroad. Th chaajr l a
tonic and for a tair he feU lwttrr. OonA
home Ficil apr!tivv. fivaueat hxd
arhrs. mrvm? coL!. cramp. lKplsarTL,
J irritaluiKv, tireI ft-elinc. anJ reooral un
fttn-ns for bujlu ar nocvrnl Jn dur
i tiu br alarmmc attarLc of rheoauiUara
f which rlit atoat hue bodv respmilcsa of all
It 1 rnuHcuiiir. in h tck. Articular,
m hi joiat. lnfan:tut&orT. wr! how
he feara it vi.l flv to hi heart! Sow oit
he srorfc to tho uprinrs. Tb drctr n?nd
I hlra there, of con , to prt w!l; at to
I usie time ho d not rvally want htm to
die oa hhi hands '
Thatrould hurt hli" huatnrv
IJcttcr for a tw dav. K:urn. Af tr
, a wuiit nruraicta tranxUrrn bim. tic
bloat; can not brcath; ha pni'uroonta:
can not watV; caa not wr-j on hH left
fclJt-; is frwtful; vt-rv ur"un and irrt--ble;
i pale and flabbr; hu friniuunt ch !!
and fev?r; uvt-rythin; ntout hlra ncru
to k wron; become suapicino; mutrr
up strength and dcuiandt to know what u
'Great hfavca!" b eric, "why hav
;,on kept mc o Iour in itioratiru:
"ltocaUMi," wild tht doctor, "1 read vour
fat fiv cam ao. I thought brut to k--p
you corafortablfand ignorant of the tact."
He diamisiKr tho doctor, but too law!
Hi fortune has al'souo toftsoi.
Itut him. -what lrxmr.i of hhn?
Ttit? other day a well-known Wall strrt
banker said to tuft "it is rcill)- antonUhinc
tiow cticral bri;;ht dtn-"i i Iwrcotuin;;
Two of my irronal friend tr now dytnc
of iU But it i.s ut iuctirablr) 1 nm certain,
for my nephew was rectmtly curwl when
his pbvMcians aM rctvcr;.- wu JrajoI
ble. Thf caR m to mr to Ih? a won
derful one." Tliia gentleman formerly
repn..,iited hi cjvt-rnment in a forelrn
country He known, apprvciatra and de
clnrvj the viduo of that preparati m, Iks
cauKe 1:1k nephew, who ia n ion of Linnish
Vict Conhul Schmidt, wn pnmounced ln
curnblr when tho romwlv, Wnrner'a sate
cur, was lnn- "Yes," naid hi father.
"1 won very hkrptiral, but since taking
hat remedy the loy Is wid!."
1 rzrut to noto lhat ex-1'rrddent Ar
thur is said to h' a victim of thU t-rritile
dlM-ns. He ouht to Uvb, but the proba
bilities aro timt since authorised remetliea
can not cure hl:a, hi ph Kit inns will not
ndviio him to save his lifu, as so ronny
thoiinmid have done, by tho ui of War
ucr's finfe euro, w Li"h U"u- t'hrislianseu,
at I)rex 1, Morgan 6c C).'a, told me h re
garded "a a woutlcrful reTlldy.,'
V ell, 1 sudjx'ct the liero of the Ixvik
curtnl alms -If by th aainc miau. The tn
terun! evid.HCn"poluU xvry strongly to
1 enn not closo my notic of thU lxvk
better thau by quoting his advico to his
If, :uy friend, you havi? such an expe
rience u I nnvo" fKjrtruyed. do not jmt
your trust in ihysicinns to the exclusion
of otiier rt'iiKslfal agencfe. Tliev have
no monopoly over disae and I jurrscTutJly
know tlmt many of them are so very con
srJen'i uh' that they would far prefer that
their patients shuid co to Heaven di-"t
from thoir i-owerless hands than thnt tho
should If saved to earth by th use af auy
And that the nuthor's condemnation is
too true, hoxv many thousands dc;j-l, and
vet rescued, as he was, can jeronal!y tcs
Ufy? "Tit run are soni things mnn can not
do," renin ks a philoophor. Tlii is tru.
-sjip inlly trnu. if his wlfo happtius to say
so. Itutton J'viL
" Maocit, 1 don't like to ire this dust on
the furniture' "All rUbt. mum. I'd shut
th blind. rihtaHay." XvrrittOKH lltr-
Dl!cat disease of ofthcr sex,
however ijsdutss-1, sptMnlil and jcniia
uently ccrcnL Consultation frco. Hook
thre (Set.) sUimps. World's Dlsjwasary
Medical Association, Buffalo, 2. "i .
It has len discovered that th knots
hlrli a ves-l makvsat sea deoends upou
the tied. Troy Tir,it
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ef Mfe wkksi U aawally aaappriatd aa
til it Is Ikh fwrka? avr rtra, s
hrsatk. What a li4 le 1 t aant
hew wetmfctteecisfc K,that Uf nsay
But bo a wrtSi!r hUsk s a. af
te die Uai ii is heir to, a4 wfttaB
aaakc life ttrdasow soch cwafaaap
Uoa scrvfala v iti !sa;t) Jl otBar
scrofalcss aad aJosJ drae. fiawl a easa
rdct car ia Dr. K. V. Iwrc "Gotdawj
!edira.I Dtanrrerv" wb8 all Otkr
c Isav fil'rsL Ir. IVrcr's tsi?lut
roajcp:ioe ailcd for two taip. Ad
drrs Woril'i liprnrr Xrdrcai dwBB-ciai-oa,
UsSala, . Y.
stnu rttnoro-. d"r 14 t4r aaya
therw ar rt?ry -' rpl sdjiv
u!Jer irwtn -wircetUua a ta Lraias
A. 1. Iztff4.ltUi.
A rn-orRKK obr4 last ravw
af4rn U t yrr-"a rcsith who Jesuit lfc
Voting M'. Ka- TsK.
Tnt.Vot.TAJC itrt.TCo.,of Mrhs.n. Mich.,
CtTer t .einl lher cvMiTal' Kt-BCTa-Vo
TART Hs.LT ibd wtfcrr Ri.r-tajr ArrUCs
oa tiiaj fur 4a vs. to mm voan r od)
afarWi wit tirrH dt4lntv. W of vital
ttv aud alt i-.a-ilrwi trat4-. Alfrrb.
nx:iins. tit-urai .. r-lx s a4 ir.tiy oll
-r dt &. t niiiM't"r,UcaS-sW health.
vicir. and iHAhwi araad Nrk lt
MKTwvt. a fds trssl t a ! I. Writ
them at oner fr UutaJ-4 pajatphtrt, trr-
"I vvr haw mS tht hxi &" sM a
tramp a h etil at his t&vurd acU
X. 1'. Ucrctd
-All Mn Af Ukir-
atl Pa rid of old. ll ' j-srabaUy
procnpUxi U mate the aUTr mihark affT
trvtsc unrej allp cuiarrk roiily.
Hod bo b-n iermtttrsl to Ui ttttll th
trynt dav, and tnd I)r. tv RBdy,
h xni'bt hare had a twtUtr OfHa f
mankind. W claim J-iat n ra or
catarrh ran wthtABd the isiasic rTsjts ef
this wuuderfui medtrtne, Ua trial of it
ill coavtnew you of ita enlci-cy. By drug
gist ; fifty cenU.
Yora social standtnc wiU nl t Icjurr'l
br a pair ot Ughl boou, tt wur ht ftU yoa
lu the morutnif.
KS.sTtoxtiCiis Tenors rorelnt mlriu;-ft.
lUtnn'i SutiJtur .six hrml mim! t--auOfi-. nv
Ouima Uus Haxovs-K klh t'ru Um Josuu
A TOffO Isdy who kef ps no .uroraph.
lititn expreasl) for mat r signature r.pfa
to tt as htr "nlin-lyovik."
lr afflicted with P-oro Krrs. it Ir. taswft
"Thompson's ljr Watr. UrussU sail K Xav
lr takes a tvyl mnny strikf to mak
1 a-ball match eo oS wrll- u CUg fer
ruL. GANGER of the TONGUE.
A Cast RcMRMiag That al Cantral Ctaat.
Sotne tea jrrm o I h4 wnfilo r m
ricai ).bit siwi '.ii tl uii nm k.uuh( ti h4ut
up tif. h, SMS.lt brvhi tNl la s IShMLuxl
rvberaux4 IB crf i e ihtvxtxK - ci.k. I
tbr lr"t Wf leItV lmJi; lib lfl f.
1 iifts3 ua Hml.U, d4 n Uwf i.i- v m r
tiHir I eoafcS uftli.k. On Iru-Wr ur.t. JsM. ) n-t.
mwlHS-rl UKtSC rm' t iT Of llHIWh UlrfU
In (waif. 'oie4 sb4 l- i.ij; waUM J. and lb
Ir.rlul irr ura lu Jar thcrs. U. Um wv4 !
Brm! Wfl.J loer-thrr A r ttfMlrT l' in ftv
trrmAt.i, 4 it m-ih Ibal nt;" urt ' k n-wm
1-lv I rn tIK MlMi tut Ini4 turn r4tl
flrri'.l tnr, alt T4H . vt f-4 fuw4 ofsiit, t
tHil4rfrr Iht J--l It fi'r n i &-iJr.
at Utl diHrkl, Jl Ult T lf 4 M, of LOrwe
Os Mils. MAUV L, CUUOC
1-? e nn llat sJ u. a tMr- tH:K-J f re
WrLHOFT'S FEVER AKD A.L'E TOIrC
A wsrrnl4ciTT- lr all din
eoK! j msarul inirs vt
Uvt U'Mxt autit l,tl:j aad f f .
Ytyrt so4 Acw.hk tsln, tr?
Callla. lHmTt H-ra!tl.
lliJloH. and aU tVT r"rt rf caeaft
ti luv.rta. It ta aia lit mcgfA.
anJ l"al rur- tT .birssl Uw
tlfK- Ck" Ort-cral lwUU
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gitiit t-r 1m. aim isim tr i u i.&4i.
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t a3 r"twa rr t f afif laa?M " ata
iVrMflXts4flsCfcA Js , ja ! ara4aU U awsaiiUawajiaa,
a aomi . no, bih tt ttnr.vt
lire T int M-n -e t.adW. i eU rtrsst. &
At I' W ZtKOU:UUi.. CfaJ4acrt.il
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