A MILKMAID ECLIPSE. The Cow of the Future WUI Probably Ba Milked by Machinery. ' An ingenious inventor of this city, says the Philadelphia Record, who . passed his early a J"i hfe on a Bucks 11 county farm, has JW sV I) 3US P11' ou the if PVi If mar'je a novel f I v f In but useful ma-Jr ma-Jr v-' ll! chine. A glance ' jl at the cut will Ji snow the pur-yTjf pur-yTjf Pose ' be in-; in-; s . j S.' mention and its ,,' ( , I construction. It -Sr . -j' '' b if'" is to enable one I BI !, J vr f lB "31 to milk a cow in f (vA:ss?y:, an iniproved I fcl'y'F'3 manner over the ? - laborious and primitive method, which is just the same now as it was when man first pressed the cow into service as a food supply. - " 3 Every one who has ever milked a cow or attempted to milk one knows that it is -not such an easy thing as it looks, and that the milking of any number of them is quite a job. By the invention the work is very much simplified. Four rubber ends of a tube are placed over the udders of the cow, which they .f7Tl j clutch firmly, ajd pressure is then everted ev-erted on the tube. The milk flows, and the Btream U kept up by pressing and releasing the tube just as in the regular way of milk.