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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - f sgr - - - rt xi v -- a B WMP - t- - t S V3 jrt 2 l jJ4 KV 3 i fefT v- THE HAZEL COOPER r J 14L Green WOBIiD WTTH STEWS PEOjM Alili - 1 tj J tcf fcJ Jf - B H B B B B I fc jH - B B r 3r M xtWMi X- r SPEHCER Owner and Editor THE HEBAIiB OF A 3STOIST ATIOTS 15 1S85 100 A YcAtV Aiws w VOLUME PAPS OLD I SAYN HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY INEXPENSIVE DliESSES Some Pretty Conceits in the Way aK Attir That Uo Xot Exhaust Ones Pocket ISook NUMBER 26 -- f C- tf contamination it remains to remove any causes tending to a poSsble poliu ton of the atmosphere around the house The lawns and walks the yard ana the garden constitute in summer time the playgrounds of the children Let every possible precaution be taken to prevent any accumulation of rotten vegetable matters or kitchen offal of any kind Remove manure heaps or accumulations of rotten vegetation see to it that all ventilation pipes for drans or the sewage tank are carried to a safe heght above ground abolsh any privy for the servants or farm- Â¬ hands substituting for it a and well managed earth closet Let barnyards and stables near dwell- Â¬ Never ings be kept scrupulous clean tolerate the throwing out of any slops from the kitchen windo vy Even puio surface water from rain storms or snow falls should be carefully removed to prevent undue dampness and rising mosture Where ram leaders do not deliver into a storage cistern they ought to discharge into earthen great care pipes lad with grade true and a with on a firm foundation delvcring the water into some convenient ditch open water course or gutters of roads Ram water should be removed at least to such a distance from the house that soakage into the subsoil will not cause dampness of the cellar walls It is in- Â¬ admissible to connect rain leaders to the house drain discharging into a cesspool and it is quite important to ascertain that no rain water pipe ter- Â¬ minating perhaps near upper bed- Â¬ room windows acts as a ventilator to any foul drain That portion of the ram falling directly on the ground sur- Â¬ rounding the house must be diverted by proper grading so as to protect the dings foundation walls rouTi household thoughtlessly located moreJ We shall conclude our remarks with advice that no country house should SeJtctiBff a Eoac The Water Sopplyrl oiten tnan not in close proximity to the the well A leachng cesspool is at best a be purchased or leased the santiry Hoaeholtl ATastrs ind sjejrerajje make shift and an unsanitary device condition of which has not been carePure Air Around the llorne Few persons pos- Â¬ It is much safer to establish a rigid fully examined intoknowledge requisite rule that wherever a neighborhood sess the technical While rural life possesses in sanitary must depend on wells or springs for its for determining whether all the exist- Â¬ respects certain undeniable advantages water supply leaching cesspools must ing conditions are satisfactory and it is therefore safer to employ where not be ast compared Avith life in cities the before tolerated at all In auyacase possible the services of an expert permitting the water from well mere fact of living in the country tends to be used in your household have a TFt2 Paul Gerhard G E in liaby with many people to create a false sanitary examination made by a com- Â¬ Ivood sense of security so that they are apt petent chemist If this reveals any pol- Â¬ SONGS toioverlook the presence in the vicinity lution bv sewage use rainwater for cooking and drinking purposes With Profits Made By Some Composers of Pop of their abodes of fruitful causes of the exception perhaps of the smallest ular Ditties disease Much sickness arises in the houses the rain falling upon the roof The frequently made statement that cityifrom impure air but we find in the yields water sufficient in quantity for country a greater danger from con- Â¬ all ordinary household purposes and the sales of a popular song will some- Â¬ tamination of the drinking water by if common piecautions only be observed times enrich a publisher or bring to impurities passingirbugh the soil m collecting and stormg it rainwater an author untold wealth etc may be moreover thatf5osphere in the vicin- - is perfectly liealthful Care should be accepted cum qrano salts This is taken the roof and gutters jiy oicojmry nouses ana tne air cn- - clean to have first washings containing nothing more than suppositon based and the probably upon precedence in the ease VTVnnrV 1irTicn rlrrT e uj itr n dust and some organic matter wwi air inletsonI windows and throush the of ought always to be allowed to run oft of the famed song Put Me in Mv Lit- the heating apparatus may also be on the surface by a cut off or separator tlered ou the sales ot which its vitiated if uo regard is paid to the worked by hand or arranged to act author andpubl slier CharlesA White proper disposal of waste matters from automatically The cistern for storing is sad to have realized some 2 1000 the household The removal of sew- Â¬ rainwater should be built thoroughly The competition and rivalry in modern age from habitations the introduction tight and be protected aganst any songs against the sales of wh eh in- Â¬ of a pure and never ceasing supply of posible pollut on It should be ventf numerable means are employed to water for domestic purposes and the lated and thoroughly cleaned every thwart their popularity by tho e who Temoval of garbage and tushes are sani Â¬ summer The overflow pipe from a challenge and deprecate it and others tary measures carried out in cities by cistern must never discharge into any who frequently go so far as to boldly the public authorities and the house- Â¬ foul drain pipe or cesspool It is a good imitate title words and music has holder may confine his attention so Jar plan which adds only a trifle to the succeeded in greatly depleting the asjiis dwelling is concerned to the sim- Â¬ cost to build a partition of bricks with profits which would otherwise accrue ply of air in other words principally loose joints dividing the cistern into a their copyrighters In the face of thee to thc heating apparatus and the large and a small compartment circumstances however cons derable plumbirigT In the country on the which dividing wall will act as rotifc is realized by wide awake pub others hand his care and exertion a filter In summer it is a good ishers on a good song The pub- Â¬ -- Wait Tdf the Clouds lishers shomld -- first of all be directed to precaution to boil the water first next Moll By of two enterprising young of drinking water the well to cool it with ice and aerate it before cistern spring or pond as the ease drinking The proper way is to have New Yorkers are said to have netted may be and to the means of removing water coolers with outer and inner some S1S000 from its first years sales and disposing of the waste matters chambers the outer for the melting and the author of that quondam hit Cradles Empty Babys Gone who from ihc house ice the inner one for che pure water fortunately cop3righted and controlled Drinking water may be purified by ISSENTIALS OP A COrNTK HOCSE the interest of his song a comfortable household In selecting a country house an im Â¬ means of they must filters but if such total of 6500 a statement verified by arc used in care not portant consideration If the character of 33ibughtless servants be leftthey re the testimony of certain dealers through since of the soil on which the house is loÂ¬ quire to frequently cleaned other whose nauds its numerous editions be cated Preference should always be wise Exank Howard author of their purifying action ceases and psissed givento dry sandy cr gravelly When the Robins Nest Again made water clay soils must be avoided tne mtereato the soon acquires a bad 8000 out of his song whereas lames taste due organic impurities reas tending to be damp and chilly tained in the filtering material If a C Stewart who wrote the beautiful Careful search should be made for Jennie the Flower of Kilgare aud tank is abandoned cesspools or overflows fixtures arranged to supply plumbing many other popular song d e I recent- Â¬ the from cesspools into open ditches or att c in it should be located in pro Â¬ ly in a poor house Occa onally a some accessible place ponds As regards the external sew- Â¬ tected against entrance of dut or verÂ¬ writer who hasassufficient confidence inÂ¬ erage one may safely assume that the in the case abo e menhis work will drains- - unless they were recently re- Â¬ min and ventilated by a suitable open Â¬ tioned copyright and personally con- Â¬ modeled are not as they ought to bo ing into the outer air This tank must trol his composit on ami trust to luck the water in order to prevent contamination of never be used to supply always re Â¬ for a good income The chances for closet bowl which latter theubsoil and accumulation of putre- Â¬ success however are invariably so fying organic matter in the pipes The quires aspecal flushing cistern meager that such projects nowadays PKOPEK DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE next step should be the careful exami Â¬ are considered hazardous as evinced Concerning the best way of disposing by the numerous adventures in thi re Â¬ nation of the house itself It is well to begin the inspection in the cellar If of household wastes and of avoiding spect and the few hits made about there is no cellar make sure that the the cesspool nuisauce the aim should two per cent only of the man song house Is well raised ahove the surface be first to remove them from the cop3Tighted by their authors realis ng level on p ere that there is abundant house and its immediate vicinity as fast what might be termed a profitable re Â¬ air space between the ground and the as practicable and next to utilize them turn Philadelphia Press bunding otherwise ground air is liable as much as possible for agricultural to rise into your rooms furthermore purposes The upper layers of the AN IMPROBABLE ASSERTION see that there bo ao rank or decaying earth have the power of destroying vegetation underneath the house Light within a short time the noxious A New Joko Said to Have Keen Invented and air should always be freely adÂ¬ elements of all buried organic by a lUlnstrcl Troupe mitted into a cellar and nothing kept matters because the oxygen of the A correspondent of the or stored m it that might taint its at atmosphere has free access to the Chronicle positively asserts Washington Â¬ that a minmosphere for any impure air is ure pores of the soil near the surface of the troupe has actually invented a A good substitute for the strel to rise and perrade the whole house ground The tioor and walls of a cellar must leaching cesspool in the case of smaller new joke It is hard to accept so wild Â¬ show no signs of dampness A perÂ¬ country houses is a tight sewage ly improbable an assertion but the fectly built house should bo com- Â¬ tank to wh ch the liquid house story though we feel quite sure we pletely separated from the surrounding wastes are delivered and from which heard it years ago in a little different soil by a water and air tight cellar they may be pumped by means of an floor and by damp proof toundaton ord narF garden pump with hose at- Â¬ shapeis funny enough to bear repeti walls to prevent ground air and soil tached and distributed in the vege Â¬ tion It seems that a gentleman named moisture from rising The whole site table garden This may sometime be Balcom from Boston every now aud objectionable where the garden is near then runs down to New York to look sary it shoula be well undardrnined the house If the dimensions of the after the eastern end of his stock inter- and all subsoil water especially if cesspool are large and tuc sewage is ests and one time when he was there there is a Hillside sloping toward the stored for a considerable space of time he went to Thatcher Primrose and house shonld be cut off and removed this means of disposal raay be more Wests minstrels There were a num by special drain trenches or bstler or less oftensve In such cases a bet-Â¬ ber of his New York and Chicago tile pipes which latter ought to bekept ter system and one capable of wide frends in the audience and one of them isolated from any foul drain or cess Â¬ adaptability is the subsmface irriga Â¬ W C L Granisey had put up a tion system in which the liquid is dis- Â¬ game on him The opening perfo-rapool gravity at a depth of about It Is hardly necessary to sav that the tributed bybelow the surface by means ance was in progress The burnt ten inches cork gentlemen were singing Yan house should receive all the sunlight porous tile Tnible Boofs of hrond rrazzas ofln of small lines under drains laid in kee Doo Ue Came to Town when sud- a lawn or in a denly the music was interrupted by the rob the rooms of toomnch of their sun j parallel orm ilon The ewage should be dis- - entrance of a messenger bov on the and sometimes the mistake is made of encircling the house too closely wih charged into tne aistriDutmg pipes stage Wtth a elegram He handed it trees That room should be selected m large quantities ana at intervals - to Thatcher am d an intense hush aunimwii discharge is desiralor the nursery wnicii receves rao t An to allow the filtered liquid to soak Thatcher glanced at the addiess We sunlight and is least exposed to damp aud advancing to the footlights Is Mr Uri Balcom in and wind Special attention should be away in the ground while the game inquired Balcom jwnped pad to the arrangement of pantries impurities attaching to the earth are the audience1 Thev should be well being rapidly oxidized and assimilated to his feet and waving his hand and exclaimed attention lighted as well as perfectly ventilated by vegetal on In a properly arranged to attract Yes sir thats my name Here I prolific cause of dirt Rstaa the irrigation field will been for darkness is a The end man quietly put the Special cleanliness should cxit whom- Â¬ tireh free from noisome odors and the am food is stored for it is purification process will go on even in telegram m his pocket and the min-Â¬ ever infants strels struck up their tunc just where wcli knowo that in Ik very rcadL ab Â¬ severely cold weather PUKE A1K AUOlJXD THE DOUSE thev had left off Uri Balcoms come sorbs any impurities from the sur Having a properly arranged system to town etc It is needless to say nmruiiur air and becomes unfit fyrve Snall rcfrlgeraiors for storing artiies J of disposal of the house sewjige md a that something seemed to presently uf iuyl 5liJiM rcv r h a any coimee- - water suppv ample n quantitv of per- - j suggest to Balcom that he had been tioa With pipes carrying foul sewacj tcci purity and well guarded against sold Uirisium I nioiu 1 well-ventilat- ed Warm air furnaces should not take the air from the cellar but have large TV he wwd to liave a sayin well constructed fresh air boxes taking That Ill sever quite fergit And tbejre seven crowecf up chlldrcu - a supply of air from outside prefera- Â¬ Or wsreoollect8 it yitl bly from the sunny side of the house Settis roHBd the diaer- - table The inlet of the cold air box ought not Gosfripite of friend perhaps Er al3tote of oar aelghbors to be located near the surface and care IMa liear them trsnlB of Paps should be taken not to let any garbage Steet p aad cat your vittals or filth accumulate anywhere near the Pap hed sever arzy with vlb opening 2er cut any subject short A sanitary inspection would be in- Â¬ VMle we all kep hetof ja 3rtr complete without a detailed and thor- Â¬ And wras act In as we ort JBat ef wed R t of order ough inquiry Into the condition of the Like eosetbaes a fatably Is house plumbing but want of space for- Â¬ PaHltiB folks er OBe another THen yoad aear tliat voice of his bids our referring to It at length 3 Sfce t xp aad sat your vltt als V THE WATER SUPPLY Wae o liaad htesef at talkln Two subjects of great importance in y 2f ever aadat msch to say the case of country homes and imme- Â¬ OaSyss I snid pervidin Witt wed xJle him that away diately connected with each other re- Â¬ Thea hed alios lose Ills temper quire particular consideration the wa Â¬ Spite o fate and Jerk his head ter supply and the disposal of the Asa 1abs down hia caseknlfe vlcioui VsUe he grK his teeth and said household wastes A public supply is Shvp aad eat your vittals seldom available and drinking water Mind last time when Pap was allhV must usually be drawn up by buckets WHh a Bikery ia Jiis side or pumps from a well on the premises Ad3Bfd hobbled in the kitchen sunk to only a shallow depth and often Jest the very day he died Xtaary Jane the ups and tells him liable to be contaminated from surface Pap youre pale as pale kin be Hlatyoaiered them there cowcum washings or by careless dippinga into it bers unclean vessels It sounds like truism HaiBt good for you And says he to say that wells supplying drinking Shet tip and eat your vittals water must be most scrupulously watched and kept free from contamina- Â¬ W ell Ive saw a many sorrow tion yet how seldom is proper care Fortv yar through thick and thin bestowed upon this matter The drain and Ive pot there and Tve got tuckered which carries the liquid wastes from Time and time time ayinl Uut Ive met a many trouble the house to a cesspool often passes That J feaiat ran onto twice near the well and unless it is laid with Wfeea taira to overhaulln Tliesa there words of Paps advice unusual care aud forethought by ex- Â¬ Shet up and eat your vittals perienced workmen its imperfect joints em9B Whcotnb JlUcy in Indianapolis Jour and broken pipes will allow the slops aL to leak into the soil from which they pass by filtration into the well SAMTAEY PEECATiTIONS J3ut the most frequent and most dangerous cause of con- Â¬ tamination of wells is the Country Houses and Their Sur cesspool that vast receptacleleaching of do 1 While it is considered economy to ouy a new dress entirely of one fabric the sagacious purchaser often finds two remnants that will combine well in one dress and will be sold low because they are remnants Thus a fancy for younj ladies street suits is that of having a postilion basque of cloth of Ight weght but dark color requiring onlv a yard and a half of the cloth with the slightly draped skirt of a dif-Â¬ ferent materal that may be cf a plain aud lighter shade than that of the basque or t may be striped lengthwise or across or else of bordered goods For instance a skirt of beigs mado with panel in front and on the siuoj a full short draped apron and pleated back with a pouf at the top is very pretty in a light tan shade worn with a darker brown postilion basque of the lighest quality of tricot The biege need not cost more than fifty cemts a ard and all cloth remnants for basques or jackets are sold very low at mere at the same pree may be ued for the skirts in gray tan or fawushades and ten yards of this material will make the whole dress To makt 1he3e dresses ot the smallest possible We lit pleated fronts are abolished and the three panels hitherto described are used With pleating only in the back The panels may be trimmed with sev-Â¬ eral rows of narrow mohair braid j ass ing around three sides of tho iront jmnel and only on two sdes of the others but if th s also is considered too weighty buttons can be used instead moulds covered with the dres goods four rows are required two rows on the side of the front where it is lapped on the side panels and another row at the farther edge of each side panel As it is not an easy matter to cover button moulds the inexper em cd dres maker should buy the lasting covered buttons about the s ze of a silver quarter of a dollar for these panels The alpaca for the fcun datian skirt will cost twenty five or thirty cents a yard and should bo of the exact color of the outside skirt The dress goods fk not meant to cover this smoothly as that makes the dress too warm and too heavy but should be sewed on after the lower skirt is nil finished except at tho top where it is now the custom to cord or bind it rather than to sow it to a belt The abolishing of this belt is liked by stout ladie- - and by tho e who aie ven- - short waisted as it enables them to push the skirt quite far oer along their largo hips and thus show the natural and graceful curve where the waist jons the hips Among other inexpensive woolens the mohairs that cost fifty live and seventy-five cents a yard can bo mado up very stylishly in gray blue or fawn color without other trimming than a narrow pointed vest of white wool braided in rows across for gray or blue mohairs while tho fawn color should have very pale cream or ecru for the vest This is to be the traveling dress for the summer and has about tit such an English style that it will be worn by brides on their wedding tours Already crv handsome dresses of black mohair are seen on the street with w de black mohar braid edged with silver for their trimming A small rough straw bon- Â¬ net trimmed with bows of velvet rib- Â¬ bon and a bunch of flowers sweet peas blue ragged sailors carnations or heliotrope should be worn with this dress and the wrap is a Gladstone jacket of English homespun- or else a checked cloth jacket is made with a loose sacque front while the back is held down by a belt buttoned in ulster fashion For the house are pretty fabrics that do not claim to be all wooi but aro partly linen and arc called challi though they are not the old time fabric of wool and sdk known by that name These new stuns have the advantage of be ng prett3 and low priced costing from iifteen cents upward and their de- Â¬ signs are rings sprigs rosebuds leaAes or Lines of clear bright color on wnite cream or blue grounds Thev Will make economical house dresses for ladies who do their own sewing as they need only a narrow plastron or vest of velvet wth a collar and culls to match and for the drapery some loops of vel- yet ribbons of two colors red with green or blue with brown represent- ing the colors in the material Hur-phced waists and shirred basques or those with darts omitted and the goods stitched there in pleats are liked for these dresses For those who object to vests many basques are lapped two or three inches to the leftside and but- Â¬ toned thence diagonally to the waist line The thin veilings sold at forty or lifty cents a yard will again make pretty dresses for the summer evenngs provided they are not overtrimmed A tucked skirt is in good style for these soft sheer woolens and should be made in lengthwise tucks for older ladies and in horizontal tucks for young ladies maTe-of-wooden -- lhs season Instead of beige cash- Â¬ r -J- Â¬ fn - 1 he-sources -- - soils--jUhmaPa- Â¬ -- i -- j and misses Harper ps Bazar i -j j i 1 tore-rooms An English Lord who visited Scot- Â¬ land was at a dinner given in his honor at a private residence A little daugh- Â¬ ter of his host who was too well bred to stare but who eyed him covertly as the occasion presented itself fiviury cntured to remark And you are re- ally and truly an English Lord Yes he responded pleasantly re- airy and truly I have often thought that I would like to see an English she went on Lord and aid And now vou are satisiied at last ho interrupted laughinglv -- no replied the truthful little grl Im not satisfied Im a good deal disap- pointed One Andalu au sa d to another I say mate I must have dropped off to sleep all of a suddeu fast night for when I awoke this morning I found my hand on my forehead just as I left it when signing the cross on lying down Why man thats nothing Ill tell yon what onco happened to me One morning as I awoke I found myself resting with my frauds on the bed and my body stretching out in the -- I What air nnui have gone to sleep in the act of jumping into bed Dublin Times PITH AND POfNT THE HERBALIST THE DIARY A bicyclerin this ciy teciare In our experience in producing A Tory Plourishluff Professional VTanderer milk we have succeeded best by using ae intends to go air otar liw wurtkm in Great Britain from sixteen to twenty pounds daily of The conservatism of our country his machine IfMae Is a begtuME4w JRwtfT a feed composed of 100 pounds bran will probably succeed Bo fifty pounds wheat meal fifty pounds folk in the matter of medicine com- Â¬ An editor says that vrhm fat iws buckwheat shorts and fifty pounds of prises it may be said almost all their m prison for libeling a Justice of kfc corn chop says a correspondent of the conservatism They are beginning to Peace he was requested by tfe a4irteSfc At ari Dairy World rrrva nv pnsoa a thih wmrm regard ghosts and bogles as stuff and bo jr Should a cow always be milked by nonsense they have learned to be Tribune the same person A writer in the moderate in thehr estimation of the A young man never tfcorou Bfcfa r Agricultural Gazette England says no Londoner regarding him as appreciates what big hands he neither a or to give his own words On no ac- Â¬ and how clumsy his figers are uatit very marvelous nor a very terrible count if it can possibly be helped hw young lady asks him to httoa jlie they have forgotten their old cus- glove ought one man constantly to milk the Z2 same cow If he does jt often happens toms to a very great extent and their Before they are married she will cow becomes attached to him old songs entirely but to awonderful carefully turn down his costfc collar that the and if anything occurs that he is away extent they believe in the efficacy of the when it gets awry but afterward shell there is frequently quite a scene in con- Â¬ reniedies handed down almost un Â¬ erk it down into position as i she sequence If a cow shows partiality for changed from the days when the monks throwing a door mat out ot th wiiiP any one he should milk her as little as were the sole depositaries of medical dow IT Y Graphic and surgical knowledge possible Our simple A new paper in the South is Uftri gatherer is therefore a sort of doctor the Epidemic The editor probaHy He believes firmly that in his way CHOICE BUTTER thinks observes the New York Jour- - JT Â¬ llovr the Fanners Wife May Make a apoplexyareparalysis gout and rheu nalt that everybody will tak3 matism to be alleviated by use of Good Article at Home the wall flowers that the canterbury bell But he has apparently lost sight of dies Whilst various breeds and the indiÂ¬ or throat wort is good fot swell ngs or fact that an epidemic generally viduals of that breed differ in butter inflammations of the throat that golden out within a year Korrufaicit Her-y making propensities both as to quality rod stops blood flow that Jesuits bark aid and quantny it is to be regretted these cures ague that the golden water Are you enjoying your dlsser propensities are not put to the best use made from lilies of the valley is good asked Bobby of the minister who w and much is lost in improper handling to strengthen the limbs of children takhijr a Sunday dinner with the fw Vac TtnKJvtr of the milk before it becomes butter i i j njujj J iuirannm thft uiul reu vaierum peony ana coiumDine ilv The quality of the butter is affected by are invaluable peony in especial has- - minister pleasantly Mamraa satd he food Grass and clover should be tening the growth of childrens teeth I tms morning that she tuougnc you succulent and tender that grown upon its dried roots being tied round their j would as she didnt suppose that wtk high land is preferable to low especially necks He can tell us all about the your suiau salary ana pig laiuiiv umix when the latter is swampy It should carm native hot and cold seeds the got much to eatfrom one weeks ed be cut when young before becoming opening roots the emollient herbs the woody Corn fodder bran linseed and capillary herbs the sudorific wt ods xras reading v 1 Houston inebriate rape cake are valuable for cattle and the cordial flowers the vast ol to his wife about theEngl sh enrich the butter Cattle should if in flowers and roots which cure diseases ue remarKea ine caiaci oan wors pasture at all times have access to pure of corresponding form such as nettle- - steauuv ior ten aays wunour ucmsiag fresh running water Failing this a tea for nettle rash worm root for Isnt that strange No she rcpU liberal supply of pure water should fre- Â¬ lunacy liver wort for liver compla nts calmly there is nothing fery sfc aHge quently be given This is too often saffron flowers for scarlet fever He about that Ive known laea whoUr neglected If the animal is stabled it works hard early and late for his oc- Â¬ could driuk ten days stea fily wiwont should have exercise daily but not ex- Â¬ cupation necessitates a good deal ol working Texas Sifting posed tc intense cold in so doing CleanÂ¬ trespassing Long before the wood Â¬ x reiets easu io xaise 3fc4 ing manger and stall as well as curry- Â¬ man has shouldered his ax and started s totor tame let voatnml poetssin ing and brushing the animal every morn Â¬ for the copses the gatherer of simples Pd rather that the mns troiM briau K ing systematically gives a clean skin may be seen creeping along the batiks Sle my reward In soUd QSJh adds to the health of the animal and of sedgy- streams or knee deep in to Ill gladly leave the famenot those hence the quality of the produce W ho for a living need the grass and flowers of pleasant toil- Fame wont buy me a Bait of clothes Your dairy utensils should bo clean fields or drooping along hedgeways te Or make the family kettle boiL scalded directly after use and sweet- Â¬ or pushing his way through thick A little girl aged four aras sittingr ened if possible by sun and air rinsing undergrowth always in a shamefaced with with cold water beforo use Dairy sort ot way for his chief enemy the water a doll in her lap and a basioofcs by her side What are y otfgch- utensils should be as free as possible keeper can not be persuaded that a ing to do with the dolly1 said her from crevices and corners which are man carrying a stout stick anil a mother Christen her replied- - the difficult to clean Directly after milk basket is not after rabbits or any other O you must not play at child tng before the temperature of the milk marketable creature that comes handy christening1 returned the mother itir AU the Year Pound falls materially strain through an is a sacred subject Then SllfcYaer srf ordinary double strainer having loose cinateher mamma that is notasacreaLft SNUFFING ring over top and bottom over which to London Truth stretch an ordinary cloth This enables Southern Girls Who Make Believe that subject Jinks I dont believe I willbe the whole to b taken apart and cleaned They Use The Tettllatingr Narcotic home before eleven oclock Strain into dishes or pails thoroughly A High School girl in a West End my dear You see its initiation mgliiiii not wooden which you immerse in Mrs Jinks YbttexfF car yesterday afternoon took a flat at our lodge cold or ice water allowing the milk to pect to be home before twelve thcnjJG stand about an inch above the water oxidized silver box from her hand bag suppose Oh yes about deveiLorri surrounding it You now have the carefully removed the cover pinched a half past1 Well in that case yoi best possible conditions for raising few grains of snuff colored powder on will be awake and I wont need the4i cream The globules of fat being larger the pink tips of her dainty fingers and No key The key The v etc they are not acted on as readily pushed it up her nostrils with a dexter- masque ball closes about midnight cold heat expands and lessens by the their specific gravity and they in the ous grace that a confirmed snuff taker Jinks didnt go Philadelphia CalL Cicely had just dropped in tocon Half a dozen pascooling milk become comparatively would have envied lighter and rise to the top more rapidly sengers stared at her in amazement gratuiate her friend on pleasant pro O Im so Cold well or spring water will do She smiled placidly brushed off her pects directly after Lent glad for you my dear Augustus afc- especially if changed once but most upper lip with a lace handkerchief anc1 O1ways was such charmmgeompany farmers can at small outlay store ica remarked to her companion hes real nice He paid me marked at-in straw for summer IS ice is not used Oh Eve such a cold In-tention half a dozen years ago the outer vessel and water should be Sove I was the meek response deed I believe Ive heard huxv sav yt covered in say with sawdust to keep it Off came the cover again the silver cool I have frequently tried this raising box was passed over as a man hands something about your being a very dear The cafleefrsf of cream and find under the first named out al paper of tobacco and another friend of his mother conditions it rises practically all in pinch of the brown powder vanished cream froze in the quaint little pitcher twelve hours and there is a much largei up another charming little nose Both on the table So did the moraingsra s percentage than by merely setting in girls sneezed once very mildly and conversation Philadelphia Press f pans independent ot temperature Much got off the car ITALIAN TEA cream is lost bjT allowing the milk to A fashionable jeweler said We have partially cool before setting If the frequent calls for snuff boxes silver The Cultivation of the Cheering1 Shrub In th Italia a Peninsula cream lies apart and you can clearly see and gold ones from young men as well the milk when vou draw your finger as young women It is simply what The French Consul at Naples giveal over it it is time to skim this will be you might call a notion1 I cant say an interesting account In his last Pe twelve to twenty four hours when above whether anything is put in the boxes attempts which have beetvjj conditions are obtained Place cream but I do know that young people buy port of the to acclimatize the tea plant nnx4 made in a crock in a cool place and allow it them and carry them A druggist said Oh no it wasnt Italy The first is said tohave beerfto slightly acidulate many say churn when sweet Now here is where peo- snuff The girls have an idea that it is made by the English during theiroxjcaple make serious mistakes and a man fashionable to carry those boxes and pation of Sicily at the beginning of tneJ with one or two cows is at a disadvant Â¬ naturally enough they want somethng century when the plant reached rf T age Never mix the various skimmings to put in them Genuine fermented to- Â¬ height of six feet in the open air j namely to days skimming with to- Â¬ bacco snuff would make them sick There is no proof however that any morrow If ybu allow the cream to get We mix them up a harmless compound crop was obtained and no further ag very sour yon will find in the butter perfumed like sachet powder put in a tempt seems to have been made untif nasty white grains difficult to get rid of little pearlash to keep it damp and 1871 when some seeds were sown- - at jf Twenty four to thirty six hours after just enough Scotch yellow to tickle Caltanisetta which is in much thefamVy skimming is generally long enough for them a little and make them sneeze latitude as Jamascioro in JapanJ the cream to stand and at a tempera- Â¬ When a girl puts one of those boxes on from which place they wee brought x ture of from fifty five to sixty degrees it the counter and says that she want The seeds never sprouted and a rresn will be ready for churning if cooler it something to clear a cold in the head trial made In 1875 with another variety Ni Yi the Thea sinensis also proved a failure will take milk longer to churn The we know what she means object of churning is to break the glob- Tribune The Government however which had r ules of cream and obtain the fat sepataken up the question was not ds- BOSTON CULTURE rate from its surrounding coat Now couraged and after weighing the the simplest way of doing this is the best The Penalties of Hub Culture Often Very various opinions which it had elicitedto keep the grain from being destroyed made several fresh plantations of Thea Severe therefore a simple dash or a churn with the zone A lady in New York recently sought sinensis in Naples comprised between no interior device is the best The exnd Sicily These Florence perimental daiiy at the Ontario Agri- a friend who was an acknowledged lit- Â¬ plantations also came to nothing Tsafr cultural College uses the revolving box erary authority and asked in a tone of Sig dAnrco a landed pronr etor in churn When the globules are broken deepest anxiety Will you tell me the province of Messina was able to and have gathered sufficiently to whether you would say I shall do a exhibit at the agricultural show held d be distinct from the milk run certain thing Saturday or I shall do at Messina in 18b2 more than a oft the larger portion plants of the Thea sinensistfereo H of the I should never years old which had been grown- in1 milk and add cold water which it on Saturday difference of ex- Â¬ the open Prof- - Beccari too- whokaji hardens the butter then gather or give a thought to the better still have a large tin pail which pression replied the lady addressed been to India for the purpose of mres1 revolves by a simple crank and is per-Â¬ But the Bostonians are so particular tigating the growth of tea is of pin- forated into this pour the contents ot you know continued the inquirer ion that there is no reason why is the churn the globules of butter will Now I have a very dear friend there should not succeed in Italy if the plant3jft be left By pouring over a liberal sup- Â¬ who used to write to me frequently and the seed are brought from a ell-V ply of water and revolving the pail by but for some time I have hardly had a mate similar to that of the peninsula means of the crank all the milk and letter from her at all and when I asked for the fact of its growing in thev ope a r water can be thrown off by centrifugal the reason she told me it was so painful along the Riviera upon the shares- ot and at Floreaee prves I force better and without danger of Tle to her to read my letters when used stroying the grain You have now a of instead of in or when I in-Â¬ that it Is to a certain exfceafc a hardr ri eea sor8r4r first class quality of butter and the advertently substituted the pres- Â¬ plant If it has not ia Italy hith- participle p ensrallv grown management now must depend upon ent for the perfect Becearusw Prof is this the object some prefer butter without that she must with reluctance relin- - erto t the modi of cultiyatluiu salt if for such and immediate use quish the correspondence Mv thinkSr because been all wrong The Italians hav smL Jk work into rolls etc otherwise one half dear returned the literary lady con has ounce to one and one half ounce per suited I should not consider her let- Â¬ thought that the plant wanted shad- pound according to taste and length of ters or her friendship of any value I whereas in India and China it is growav time to keep Only the finest salt would rather have a friend who would in very open ground and upon a soil- should be used and this previously disintegrate the whole language and which contains a large proportiee of Hereeomrv crushed Care should be taken to sep- Â¬ use a plural noun with a singular verb sand and oxide of iron arate all milk jfrom the butter but tins or vice versa than one who would ex- Â¬ mends therefore that it shoaWVbe s But planted in land not too dry and kept in view ic less the butter requires press herself In that fashion aUr persisted soil preserving enough naoisturei to be worked the better Squeeze the my friend is so cultivated Now shewroteme thatshe ment the plants such as the olive- butter do not slap it If cattle are on the lady pasture when it fails help them with had never been so nearly satisiied with growing fields of the Bivsera th it- bran and gree i fodder if the flow onco any English as with that of Mr How remma and Southern Italy mA that at Jnmgh decreases it s difficult to resrain it ells and that after havingmade a criti Â¬ the plants 3houkl he i Fields and all feed should cal examinat onof his writingsshe found coldest provinces be kept free lrom wiiu onion mints anaotuerstronop- - only one error a sentence where ho Ian Minister of Agrielbtr hi tasting herbs as they taint the milk had used in instead of mi It Is a great mined to ac po Pre feUooracfg aJacj f report and has already and may prod lice an interior butter In deal in life to have a friend like that she sighed rerretfullv in- - der to Japaa besides byiMr a jv It is winter keep stables well lighted and and so tho animal deed lacdnlcallvrepliedthe lady ad-- of pTantsfrom a landed pcopmiar aJLii ventilated bun warm A deeper siemificance ran Palianza ia the rovme oc machin i give its energies to milk dressed secretion uut Heef producing Be gentle through the terse little sentence than who1 has met withafauraGUKLaKC -t i i me aamirer oi Boston culture inspect- - cess m uut anui ninna io vow vtiuteiturai Ifmcs nLosfon Traveler dtan ftjr 1 -- -- - v rf -- being jl JJ it 1 illi -- 1 I 1 VS lit iuEpt arm I ISEf - -- -- -- Â¬ Â¬ -- - -- - i 1 1 ffl n n Jl ia - Â¬ - v Â¬ Â¬ - -- -- Â¬ huu--dre- - - -- - i j j k brf oJtt I ISV JL jjv -- t - a- sn f Ti- - f I - - j vT -- - ijv - f -- 3 f V J - j- - tr- - C - THE HERALD lYur Ahnys -- in fthisce a- pBTb safest mj to irauait mosey by MtHii fcy registered letter pwt-oflicbc p erAer r rft on CieHiiutL 3oney seat ia Am way uriM fee at er risk -- lettered sMMJ ciBS mail COOPER t ifee Hsael Greea Pastoffice as atter BE8CE Editor KY JULY 15 1885 T HAZEL GREEN 1TEDNESDAY TTT1 mv TTTD A TT ever S e every week kb Its circalatfon is In taring trit eck it Is therefore t 3v Tttw THE BEST wk bt 4gre THE HERALD Democratic Ticket WHsi KentHclry afid the rates arc fealC thae charged by others as laoal family newspaper do not ADVERTISING MEDIUM ia For BepresaBtative from KeaifW Powell PKURY S COPSEY Dr FELIX M THOMAS ad Wolfe counties Montgomery IiMtepcpdMit Republican Ticket For Representative political aspects of the trouble We see no politics in it If Judge Finley has as a partisan abused his position we would be glad to have the facts to subÂ¬ stantiate the charge For ourselves we have nothing to justify such an accusa Â¬ tion We think he has not been severe or rigid enough we think he has not beenquick enough iJ punish those who have by their actions shown contempt of his authority but at this distance and reÂ¬ alizing to some extent at least the nu- Â¬ merous difficulties which embarrass him we rc not disposed to insist even on this wjth any harshness Truly his responsi Â¬ bilities are ereat but so are the responsi- Â¬ bilities resting on the legislature on the on the press on the church fovernorno great discernment to see how in this matter we have all come short of our duty as good citizens Neglect and indifference can no longer be tolerated The condition of afiairs in Bell Letcher Khott and Eowan has not been in the least exaggerated it is as bad as it can well be There is in fact no law there except the law of the shotgun The courts are not interfered with but their decrees are not often executed and often they are not entered Plainly the reme- Â¬ dy to meet the emergency must go be-Â¬ hind the merely superficial appearance and change the whole order of society We must nave a system of laws which can be enforced of the peo- Â¬ ple doing their work That he did it faithfully fearlessly and impartially is the unanimous verdict of the people of this county We doubt if Judge Cooper will haye any opposition for a second term and it would be but justice to give him the nomination as a reward for his excellent record as a circuit judge fact that he was the- - servant Crowell an old darkey on the farm of John P Cuttino twenty miles from this place while chopping wood yesterday morning was taken violently ill Dr Sal Â¬ ly of this place was called and found the old man in convulsions He kept grasping at his sides as if something were gnawing at his vitals The physician observing this administered an emetic Soon after taking the medicine the old man began vomiting and within ten minÂ¬ Lizards in His Stomach Orangeburg N C July 8 Samuel thousand copies of this act upon a sepa- Â¬ rate sheetand deliver them to the Secre- Â¬ tary of State who shall forward the same to the County Clerks of the various coun- Â¬ ties in such numbers as to provide at least two copies of said act for each voting preÂ¬ cinct and said clerks shall deliver the same to the Sheriffs or other officers act- Â¬ ing in place thereof and it shall be the duty of such Sheriff or other Officer to post one copy of said act at each voting place for four weeks prior to said election and another copy at some other suitable public place in said precinct and any Of-Â¬ ficer failing to discharge the duties pre-Â¬ scribed in this act shall be fined for each failure twenty dollars to be recovered in any court having jurisdiction 9 This act shall take effect from its passage Approved January 19 1884 duty of the Public Printerto print five J T General T F DAY -- THE JOHN YTliolei SfllLLiTt GQWMT aaKRfaa Beaters i - DEALERS IN-- DRY GOODS CARPETING Eace Seventh George Streets pi fi Meiclioiidise KY - HAZEL GREEK Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OP GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN EENTUCKY Having the expe-Â¬ rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail thatwe io can and will meel the wants- of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense stock of Cincinnati 0 LYTLE 0 CO fe r i la Kentucky calls vividly to mind the his-Â¬ Comrier Joumal sgain to direct public tory of Breathitt county In view of attecuoB to that section of the State and the fact it has occurred to me that a word to fix it there until some remedy effective from this county as to its present condi-Â¬ sad permanent is demised and forced tion might be of interest to your readers tferosgh tie legislature the history of Breathitt county can in Tke trouble is not superficial it is not If way aid in solving the problem of any to partisan psdonsand misdoings it what can be done for Southeastern Ken- Â¬ can sot le remedied by a change of a few tucky then the earnest desire of your indres by the punishment of a few ring realized Breath- Â¬ will leaders or by the occasional presence of correspondent day isbe quiet as any coun- Â¬ as county to itt a select body of State troops ty in the Commonwealth Lawlessness We caa aot indict a whole people is a thing of the past Our people are The SMjority in any judicial district in hard at work trying to make an honest the State is law abiding and anxious for living Isot only has violence disappear- Â¬ that protection the law is supposed to ed but the people are taking a deep set give Yet in two judicial districts the interest in the education of their chil- Â¬ criminal law is of no effect The State dren There are sixty school districts in gives no protection to life itpunishea no the county and schools are taught in Murderer an indictment an arrest and each one of them True the houses are imprisonsaent are three acts in a farce very poor and in many instances the Each saan knows that the law has no ter Â¬ teachers are incompetent but there is a ror for his enemies that if he is protect- Â¬ rapid improvement going on in this direc-Â¬ ed at allj ie must protect himself Thus tion The people are taking great inter Â¬ Danrders increase in number and vindic est in religious matters Arrangements tiveneas The lieart of the people is are already made for building several hardesed their consceence is seared and new houses pf worship in the county the law of force displaces the law known The statement so often made that there ekewhere i3 not a church in Breathitt county is Ordinarily the remedy would lie to misleading It leaves the impression Hasg several murderers and intimidate that there is no religion among peo- Â¬ the others but according to existing laws ple True there are no houses our erected the Max charged with a crime is a privi Â¬ exclusively purpose leged character He has to be tried by hand used are divers for that built for houses but there la peers by his neighbors and friends Â¬ schools and church purposes combined by those who know him to be bold fear and are many devout worshipers less rereogefuL He wants no change of who there statedly within these to worÂ¬ gather venue and asks none while the State has ship Most of these houses are unfit for so choice in Hie matter either school or church uses and newer Am another means of protection the ac-Â¬ better houses are greatly needed cused is allowed twenty challenges and The gospel has been the power which can thus quite certainly exclude compe- Â¬ has wrought the great change that has tent jurors as well as personal enemies been made in Breathitt It Â¬ while the State is allowed only five chal iest of all civilizers Where is the might- Â¬ it is faithlegefiand after that is helpless though fully preached and truly exemplified in it sees the plans of the friends of the ac- Â¬ evenr day life results will surely follow cused for fixing a jury Education has been a subordinate The remedy for this is just to extend These two forces combined can factor do all the territorial limits from which a jury that mankind needs no matter how des- Â¬ is to be chosen The Eederal juries are perate the case may be summoned from all sections of the State better element of society has come and juries in criminal cases should at least to The front and are in buoyant spirits the come from all the counties in the district This is a long step forward There was Next the number of challenges for the a time when given up The State should be the same allowed the ac-Â¬ world will hearthey had from Breathitt in the fu- Â¬ cused ture Her youth are possessed with These are not so much steps toward these are being severity as they are steps toward justice bright entellects and demonstrated the trained The past has There is nothing severe savage brutal existence of power that be in punishing a man for hi3 own deeds properly directed andhere Let as potent it will be and yet in hundreds of instances a jury of for good as it once was for evil mans peers which usually means a John Jay Dickey mans friends and often means his con- Â¬ a difference of opinion federates sJiields him from the conse- Â¬ Editor Lexington Precs quences of acts of which he is comfessed I see a communication in your paper ly guilty from my esteemed friend and co laborer We speak of the Jury system as the palladium of our liberties and it was so Prof John Jay Dickey in which he says statement is no once It tvs the shield of the subject that thethe bounds ofthat there countv Breathitt church in against the tyranny of the king It was a grand device for thwarting the designs is liable to lead the people astray PresI Â¬ have had the honor the of the government against the private byterian Church in to represent since last that county citizen - xn tnose aays me people were fall and have made the assertion repeat Â¬ not the government and they had more edly that there is not a single church to fear irom the exactions and usurpa- Â¬ building in all that vast territory and I tions of superior power It is a noble de am sure that if your readers could see Tjce it is more than this for it may by wise adaptation to these times be made the structures in which we worship they say not been the noblest institution of a free people wouldthem that the half had his report told Prof Dickey in butwe have to fear now not the malice of church work identically of the king but the malice of the assas Â¬ same statement in makes the Methodist the Central sin aot the oppression and usurpation of very I might further add that in those in authority but the nugoverned county scat of Breathitt there the not a is passions of the criminal classes and the solitary church rude jury system as at present constituted is a or otherwise butor school building that is that everything stumbling block in the path of justice Â¬ of in and Another difficulty is that our judicial done is the way on teaching courtpreachhouse in the ing districts are much too large We with which is carried a dilapidated condition in such others have been disposed to censure that is considered unsafe to occupy it Judge Einley because of the prevalence The it to church I of disorder in his circuit but a careful represent has whichthehave the honorthe laid foundation of examination shows that no judge could very first church edifice ever projected in ia so large alistrict whatever his dispo that county and the prospect is good ation or character or legal learning that our will soon do faithfully execute the laws measuring likewise Methodist brothers see all chris-Â¬ We hope soon to out justice between man and man tian denominations erect houses of wor-Â¬ There are twelve counties in his district ship The work to be done is vast and and if he held court each day in the year all to enter in he could not in three years clear his dock- Â¬ we cordially invite them in building up and co operate with us et though no new indictments were found and no new petitions filed For the Redeemers kingdom Bespcctfully c lids the legislature and not Judge Fin W B Cooper ley is responsible The facts were duly presented to the last legislature or rath- Â¬ Judge John E Cooper er they were put before the judiciary Sentinel Democrat committee but no action was taken Last Tuesday closed the summer term This district must be divided before of the Montgomery circuit court after a permanent relief can be afforded De lone session of five weeks continuous layed justice is often the grossest injusÂ¬ hard work To say that the people have tice and always it is deprived of its re Â¬ been pleased with the court and the ex- Â¬ straining power cellent business and judicial habits of its We believe that ss soon as thorough presiding officer but freely expresses the sseaeures of reform are adopted the state of feeling in this county Judge counties which are now under the ban Cooper came here a comparath e stranger wili redeem themselves As soon as the TTis qualifications and business habits good people see that the law can no long- Â¬ were alike unknown quantities to our er be wrested to the defence of crime people This term has weighed him in xkey will themselves put down it spir- Â¬ the balances and he has not been found it which has so long dominated them wanting It has sifted him like chaff The forms of law and often its machinery and nothing but good wheat has bpen have been used as instruments to further found remaining Judge Cooper has the designs of the malevolent and the re shown himself tT be the possessor of a esgefuL Stricter measures must be sound legal education of fair and impar- Â¬ adopted for the punishment of officers tial judicial mind of great firmness of who Begksct their duties or abuse their unquestioned lionesty of purpose and a powers If one judge refuses bail an Â¬ capacity for steady hard work that has other judge is applied to or failing in never been equaled in this district He the act two justices may issue the writ came a stranger he left with almost ev-Â¬ of nabe corpus and on a mere nominal ery good citizen in the county regardless bosd turn loose some murderer or assas Â¬ of politics Juis active friend and support-Â¬ sin These officers who abuse their pow Â¬ er In his official conduct Judge Cooper ers should be rigidly and promptly pun Â¬ draws the line between judge and lawyer ished and deposed and in an other com or litigant clearly and distinctly On mmaity they would be so punished but the bench lie is the judge the representa- Â¬ iu the region we are now considering the tive of the law He knows no man in whele judicial system is paralyzed and the discharge of his duty When dilato- Â¬ esdy those laws can be enforced which ry motions and flimsy affidavits were filed pre further latitude to crime before him to delay justice he would The Cburier JourasJ is seeking in these prick them like bags of wind He was ihrimnioag only the good of the State never idle From eight in the morning jh mm as seoponai no partisan no per-- until six in the evening he made the law Â¬ wo would treat yers and juries work and Saturday made involved iJisiey with exactly the same con no exception to the rule You must fcteei we tpobW shnw finv try this case was the slogan of the term thinV too much strese is put on the and in every respect he emphasized the ftfiurs Eastern Ken tu key Editor Lexington Press Cowier JournaL The scenes now being enacted in Eow Farther revelations of the condition of an and others counties in Southeastern Eastern Kenucky lead the The Eastern Kentucky Broils Jaczson Eeeathitt Co Ky July 7 de utes had ejected from his stomach six PROFESSIONAL full grown lizards The old darkey soon began to improve and in a couple of T M KASH hours was able to get out of bed Investigation proves that four years ago while ATTORNEY AT LAW drinking from a spring the negro swal- Â¬ Hazel Green Ky lowed what at that time he said was a lizard but as it gave him no trouble lie Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining counsoon forgot about it The one he swal- Â¬ ties Collections will receive prompt atten- Â¬ lowed was doubtless a female and the tion we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS and GRASS others were born in his stomach Dr SEEDS ATTERSON HAZELRIGG Sally has preserved the lizards in alcohol and they are the talk of the whole country ATTORNEYS AT LAW John Henry the picture man was in Ac- Â¬ Campton Monday with his photographic so- Â¬ MT STERLING KY outlay and did some very good work He will be here in a few days and our AMUEL McKEE T readers should wait until he comes They shadow ere the sub- Â¬ can then secure the March 4th 1S85 ATTORNEY AT LAW and have the work done stance fades in good style He took ou picter No 441 W Jefferson Street G B SWANGO V T SWANGO LOUISVILLE KY and didnt break the instrument but many of our friends think he run a ter- Â¬ Practices in all the State Courts and rible risk So if you are no worse look- Â¬ special attention given to business of all ing than we you can get a good picture kinds in the United States Courts if you will only wait for John Henry A PORTER LACEY J DEALERS IN Louisville Commercial What is most ATTORNEY AT LAW needed now is the appearance of Dick Tate on the stump says the Covington NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF Commonwealth in regard to the treasur DEPOSITIONS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY ership race Mr Tate announced in his TTAZEL GREEN KY EEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORTEENT OF card that he had never made a canvass of the state so that mauy voters have LYKLNS UILLIN Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing One for never seen the gentleman K J M Quillin J C Lykins whom the people have been instructed to Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware vote should exhibit himself in public Attorneys at Law and Real Estate Agents Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ Campton Ky and give the voters the benefit of his Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c It UliuuUj W 96 6 H Pear St KITE POLLARD P S GTNCmNATI O DEAH Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all Mns of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and counts Your trade respectfully E DAY licited J Importers and Jobbers IN Qriieensware at Glassware H e O SWANCO BRO W cor Pear and Walnut Cincinnati LEON MABXS GENERAL MERCHANDISE CO Clothing AND f jisgs y irff Titles examined taxes paid for ies Stoves and Farming Implements Collections a specialty Real Estate In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES S bought and sold on commission Will prac- Â¬ W COR PEARL AND TLNB STKEETS CHAPTER 27 Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties AN ACT for taking the sense of the good Country Produce and Live Stock of every description people of this Commonwealth as to the R B GARDNER CINCINNATI O necessity and expediency of calling a Convention to amend the Constitution PHYSICTAN AND SURGEON and to ascertain the number of persons entitled to vote for Heprcsentatives HAZEL GREEN KY Whereas experience has pointed out WITH the necessity of amending the constitu- Â¬ Offers his services to the people of Wolfe tion and the necessity and expediency of and adjoining counties calling a Convention for that purpose therefore J M KASH Be it enacted by the General Assembly of IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OF Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and the Commonwealth of jvenntucy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictlv Wrought That at the next General Election held for representative to the General Tenders his professional services to the citi Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a styleÂ¬ Dry adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most subAssembly it shall be the duty of the sev- Â¬ izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly Offiice at residence on Broadway eral Sheriffs and other Officers of Election enhanced in beauty and value Onr Machine department is supplied with the most mod- Â¬ Third Eacf aitd to open a poll for taking the sense of the HAZEL GREEN KY ern machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honeat per-Â¬ people as to calling a Convention to amend formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a Union Stxebts TAULBEE M D specialy of the Constitution and make a return to the CINCINNATI O Secretary of State for the time being of HAZEL GREEN KY the names of all those entitled to vote for No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same Representatives who have voted for call- Â¬ Physician Surgeon HATS CABS Accoucheur SrSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information ing such convention Catalogues furnished on application to Â¬ 2 That for any failure to perform Tenders his professional services to the peodfrGjb S ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties the duties prescribed in the first section Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights The Old Reliable of this act every Sheriff or other return- Â¬ ing officer shall be liable to a fine of six HOTELS hundred dollars to be recovered by indict- Â¬ ment of the Grand Jury in any court hav- Â¬ ing jurisdiction and shall also upon con- Â¬ Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would viction be subject to removal from office HAZEL GREEN KY here express their thanks for past favorite DEALER IN 3 That it shall be the duty of the D S GODSEY Proprietor all their old customers and still ask a con Â¬ Officers of said Election to propound to tinuance of their trade Do you vote every voter the question Patronage is respectfully solicited from vTe always keep a good stock and Uncle calling a Convention or not And everybody more especially the traveling for such voter shall answer in the affirma- Â¬ public First class accommodations and if Jim Fant with his good looks will at all tive his name shall be recorded as voting satisfaction guaranteed times be ready to wait upon you for said Convention NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STERLING KY IErcJkKTK3LIK 4 That all Assessors are hereby re- Â¬ quired to enroll in a column which each HAZEL GREEN KY in shall open in his Assessors book for that CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP purpose the names of all citizens having JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor to vote for representatives for the right 2 00 One Day Clock strike 168 Tine Strict Cincinnati Ohi the year 1S85 But said Assessors shall table is supplied with the best in Eight Day Clock 3 75 3The not enioll in such column the name of any the market and first class accommodation Eight Day Clock ALLISON SMITH 3 75 and Album The typs onrrMeh tbU pupar U printed Saitresv person unless they shall at the time know will be furnished for man and beast D 00 the above foundry SOLID SILVER WATCHES EDcroa Hzsjxd that he is entitled to vote for Representa- Â¬ 1 00 Silver Plated Spoons A2T tive of said election and such knowledge Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods shall be founded only upon 1 the per- Â¬ WEST LIBERTY KY sonal acquaintance of the Assessor or2 JOHN W sufficient information obtained by him di- Â¬ wrrn JAMES H COLE Proprietor rectly from the person whose name is en- Â¬ rolled or 3 a satisfactory statement un- Â¬ Patronage of the traveling public respect- Â¬ ESTABLISHED IN der oath from other credible persons who fully solicited Table always supplied with know the facts necessary to the qualifica- Â¬ thebest in the market Stable attached tion of such voter Any Assessor enroll- Â¬ WHOLESALE ing in said column any name without NEAR POSTOFFICE such knowledge or information shall be OE deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and find LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Dry in a sum not less than twenty nor more SO of Agency Total RATES REASONABLE than fifty dollars for each and every name FIRST CLASS 1885 Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire J 729 731 and 733 thus improperly enrolled which fine may of Liverpool 1S36 Liverpool and London 9260000 00 John A Carter J James G Carter SONS H E BOSWELL 1810 Hartford of Hartford and Globe of England 36875000 00 4541240 00 be recovered in any Court having jurisdic- Â¬ j MAIN STREET Proprietors 1849 Springfield ot Springfield 2585633 00 DA Forline Mercan Â¬ 1809 North British tion and shall be for the benefit of the Jo C Bethel Â¬ 33301000 00 1S63 Firemens Fund of Cali tile of England common schools Said Assessors shall be LOUISVILLE KYt fornia 1791 Ins Co of North America 1473026 00 J G Carter Jr j governed in all cases by the laws then in 971696 33 1869 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 11548S9 00 CAMPTON KY force to prevent illegal voting Said col 1710 Sun Fire OfEceJof London 5S63000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 umn written in a fair and legible manner 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 1782 Phenix of London Alex J Asbury Proprietor HTTH V shall be returned with said Assessors book Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known to the Auditor who shall make out a copy The table is supplied with the choidest Sievers Carson Hardware of said columns and deposit the same in viands in the market and the charges are corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice Company the office of the Secretary of State to be reasonable Special inducements to com- Â¬ The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they reported by him to the next General As- Â¬ mercial tourists would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the 637 W Main Street sembly A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully LOUISVILLE KY 5 It shall be the duty of each As- Â¬ Office At Traders and Deposit Rank sessor in office for the year 18S5 before he GTLLIS shall have entered upon the duties of his WITH B F MCCORMICK office to go before the Judge of the Coun- Â¬ J M Cox ty Court and make the following oath I McCORD AYDELQTTir HAZEL GREEN KY MODEL PLANING MILL do solemnly swear that I will faithfully FROZEN CREEK s Horsc Shoeing a Specialty Buggies ascertain the number of persons qualified Breathitt County - Kentucky to vote for Representative in the district wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED for which I have been chosen Assessor for ana repaired in the best manner LOUISVILLE KY the finest line in both quality and variety of the jcar 1885 and will carefully report the Manufacturers of and Dealers in same in the book returned by me as Asses- Â¬ B GREEN sor of tax by the first day of May 18S5 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS HAZEL GREEN KYr WITH Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors 6 Said Assessors are hereby required WHITE 6REEX HUFFAXEJt to examine on uath as to his right to vote ever brought to the mountains and will sell goods Wholesale Dealers ia SASH BLINDS for Representative any person of whose gf ilakes and repairs all kinds of Farming them cheaper than the same class of can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky right so to vote such Assessor has any Tools Buggies and Wagons And aix kdo3 of Building Material doubt whatever and any one thus exam- Â¬ Horse Snoeing will receive especial atten- Â¬ Money Saved is Money Made 615 West Jfaia Street R L White ined who shall knowingly swear falsely as tion Therefore be wise and place your money MT STERLING KY J B Green to his said right shall be liable to all the the most good WE where will LOUISVILLE XT J A Huffaker J J N VAUGHN WILL itSELL do youMORE GOODS FOR pains and penalties of the crime of perju- Â¬ S S C0J1BS YOU JOHIST ry and every Assessor shall write oppo- Â¬ COMBS OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we sav and if you are at all doubtful call site to the name of each person thus DEALER IS at our new store and satisfy ypurself that we DEALERS in sworn the word sworn IN THE OLD RFJJEABE have what yon want all you need and will 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre- Â¬ not ask the earth moon and stars for it tary of State to have this act advertised PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY Our store is a bran new one located at in one weekly newspaper in each county AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS mouth of Frozen creek immediately on the mount of the Commonwealth for four weeks Cor Main and Marion Streets OF HARTFORD CONN the banks of the Kentucky river and the is bran spankin new also con- Â¬ nearly or next preceding the election and stock in it CAMPTON KY COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPEsisting in part of in one of the daily papers of the City of CIALTY H D SPRADLING SON Louisville for thirty days immediately Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats prior thereto and in every county said j3Aay one wishing to visit Cincfnnati are now prepared to manufacture NOT CHEAP INSURANCE secretary shall cause to be posted at the or Louisville can leave their horses with c Boots Shoes Hardware Court house door a copy of said Bill print- Â¬ me and rest assured that they will receive ed in handbill form for at least four con-Â¬ First Glass Flour and Meal No store in this section would be complete everv attention be watered fed groomed Time Tried and THE BEST IS THE CHEAMBST without having everything lor the accom- - and bedded Soliciting your custom I re Â¬ secutive weeks before such election main Yours truly One Eichth Toll and will do WOOL modation of the people hence we carry S The Public Printer is hereby re-Â¬ At JOHN KEEF Cash Capital CARDING at their old stand at quired toprint five hundred copies of the Staple and Fancy Groceries H C HERNDON Ajarrr Spradling Ky iourth fifth and Sixth Sections of this Co in such abundance and variety including HaseT Grat Xr r act and deliver them to the Secretary of flour meal bacon Bait coffee sugar c Wholesale Dealers in State whose duty it shall be to transmit that we can sell them very cheap or will ex-Â¬ THE HAZEL CREEK them to the various County Clerks and at6K cents per pound The old wool-cardchange with you for country produce Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods An Independent Locai Nswapbk G W COX will run the wool machine it shall be the duty of such Clerks to place Those Owing Us Must Pay Us 715 and 717 TYest 3Iain Street them promptly in the hands of each Asses- Â¬ SSCame one come all and get your and well have no monkeying about the Tloirnfor in fVrt Corral tvasa ai A iltA 7 - Between 7th and 8th sor of tax for the year 188o in their re- Â¬ flour meal and wool carding LOUISVILLE KY matter Hespectfullv c oi xosteru AeHiaciY Kme mwb wk spective counties It shall also be the SON June 11885 DAY BROS H D SPRADLING Represented by J I S3JCOCK be maikd ts art addras foe 169 GJUSflC views non-residen- ts CLOTH HOUSE J P EOG EBS yjR THE MT STERLING j yR m Fbicb Foiotj Mili Co Louis Stix Coi Goods and Notions JB Gumming and Hammering Saws H T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky W 46L0VES Dickinson m DAY HOUSE JOHN W HAT HOUSE PIEBATT HOUSE lite Jewelry ai SilTerware v Largest Stock of Clocks Eastern Kentucky TYPE B E EOBEBTS M0EG HOUSE JONES I 3845 ASfiLAND HOUSE The Leading Insurance Assets Carter Bros I Cbf Agency Goods and Notions MT STEELING KY 8143848780 ASBUBY HOUSE H J CLARK - --- FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH J T PIEEATT DAY BROTHERS -- WH ED Mccormick cox Wholesale Hatters Boots and Shoes- BLACKSMITH VAUGHN KEEF Insure Your Property General Merchandise FINE HOESES sterling ky A i L - WMcIl deals in Beliable Indemnity FirTtd HAL Davis Mallory 200XX -- ALL WOOL CARDING er r I k rs V V W J As i wV 4 ft ftw lQiHiiinihiifaj njtaftliri -- it ii a4t L r r svJ -- irimifcft --- -v - c -- S 5 v - - - -2SFT CjiCKU - - J V Stjfe v - - - S v s j EBE HERALD PS JiYw Afwiys m m r t v fF v T J Hendricks of Catawba 3vywas EASTERN KENTUCKY - NEWS BY The Methodist church house at this COUNTIESregigtered at tke Pieratt House last Thurs place is nearly completed so near in fact dav that there was preaching in it last Saturday want a oarioedeBt ia very Bruce Trlnible vibfted friends in Xce Itepqrtccl by Special Correspondents from and Sunday The services were conducted precisctia the coantks of Wijlfe Mor couaty last week xeturning to this place by Revs W B Bagan and Isaac Murphy All Points la the fountains jfas Bnaaaritt Menifee Magoffin Pow Â¬ on Thursday Frank Tyler G N Candler Noah ell EIKtt Esdll Perry and JBIoyd Is JDsses lieHeTarner and Sue Godsey WOLFE COUNTY Spencer and quite a number of young gents fact t every point ia the mountains viseitedMr3 Emma Swango at Lazy Mans of Hazel Green and Hon W W Helm and Haven last week Lacy Creek July 13 Write Iw terms to arei Ac Judge Duncan of Louisville paid our vil- Â¬ Wellington Payne of Xexington is Â¬ lage a flying visit last week on a fishing ex- Â¬ D Kose was registered at the Day House He is here to ter Mrs James Sr Elkinsvisiting his daugh cursion but just how many of the nnny B of Lane last week tribe they carried off we use the water of Swango spring TIME TABLE are not able to sav A Stamper of Xiaurel Creek was vis-- though we understand that Nance caught dimmie wiison remrneu nome IMickjiHNiSnii Atetic Railway Thursday from Mt Sterling wlierc he last Hhuj some f the fair sex in this vicinity a turtle Ok The Wikg has las weeic Standard tieS2 wiaafcse slower than ML oeen sojourning ior three weeks past BREATHITT COUNTY SterJiS twe Alex P Xacy is en the sick list and airs W 15 Yelton and daughter JMiss Ns 1 leaves ML Sterlixg at 7 a is arriving j Grace of Covington are registered at the has gone to Grassy Creek to receive medical Eeozen Ckeek July 9 t k w a hi Pieratt House Their many friends in this treatment from Dr W L Givedon of that 2 leaves Htkwcll at 9 a xa arrives at viciniiy ymx oc gxau w tenia vi weir pres- Â¬ place Calvin Hatton is preparing to distil all ML Sterling at 3Ck50 a m ence here Bev James 1L Little and wife of Gill- - the fruit X Sleves ML Sterling at 140 pm arÂ¬ Xexington Press Mrs Spencer Cooper more were visiting menus and relatives Milton Gibbs is visiting his rives atSotkwdl at 320 p m of The IIazel Green Heuaid is in the here last week Bro Little has for some G W TrenL Ke 4 leaves 31thwell at 345 p in arrives city soliciting advertisements and subscrip Â¬ time been laboring for the cause of the Pres Â¬ Born On the 9th to the wife CaptA at Ml Sterling at 330 p m tions for The Hebaed which Is one of the church at Jackson and says the Xe 2oecteatML Sierline with 1105 a beat papers in Eastern Kentucky Our mer- Â¬ byterian the church building is rapidly pro- Â¬ C Cope a boy work on m juhI 157 p m trains on C O railwav chants should make an effort to secure a gressing and when completed will be an or- Â¬ A T Hurst is up and all right again forLric1m Cincinnati and Louisville share of the mountain trade and we ktmr we are glad to state Ke 5 cwtceets at ML Sterling with 1105 a of no hetter wav than bv the liberal tir of nament to Jackson James H Stamper Jr of Campton m traia wCiO from the Easr und 136 printers ink in the papers of Eastern Ken-B A Hurst attorney is visiting rela- Â¬ was here last week selling fruit dryers for a tives on Stillwater tuckv county court day special company at Knoxville Tenn We think the Blackberries which we have an From Hazel Green to Itotnwcll tkwell on the 3rd Monday in each fruitgrowers of this country would do well abundance leaves are getting ripe Â¬ to buy these dryers and dry their fruit After many months of labor and apraoalih at 730 a bb arriving at Mt Sterling when at S a a Retarding leaves ML Sterling at peal The Herald has succeeded in getting they can realize from 5 to 10 cents per James A Sewell and S H Hurst will 3p m arrivine at Kothwell at 40 p m a first class stage line between this place and Eoiind for it instead of selling it to the leave for Perry county to morrow maker If it was not for the ardent Leaves Rathwell for ML Sterlinjat 5 p m PvOthweli Station oa the Kentucky and Crops look well but are South Atlantic railroad This will be glori- Â¬ spirits made our community would be more slightly on account of dry weathersuflering GEO B HAEPElt SupL ous news to our friends in Breathitt The civilized and our jails and prison houses Isam Brewer has moved back to his stage leaves Hazel Green every morning in would only stand as monuments of ages HAZEL GREEN KY the week except Sunday arriving at Poth--we- ll gone by We can boast of our mountain old home near the mouth of Boone in time for the evening train for ML country for it can not be excelled for its TVEDNISDAT JULY 15 1SS5 Fielden Hensley boss farmer for S H Sterling People from above therefore can vast quanties of fruit its pure waters its im- Â¬ Hurst is just getting his corn laid by come to Hazel Green in the evening stay all mense quantities of mineral products Transieot advertisements inserted night take the stage next morning arrive in in fact abounds in everything that is and Â¬ Wm L Hurst has just returned home J cents confrom the courts in the upper counties at 75 per Inch first insertion and 25 Mt Sterling at 530 transact their business soling to the heart of man cents an inch each subsequent insertion and return to Hazel Green next day The S H Hurst sold to D B Landsaw 27 Prof J Z stage is a two horse covered platform spring will commence Haney of Grassy Creek head of sheep yesterday also one cow and his school at this place July wagon with cushioned scats and cushioned 27th a heifer will be glad to have LOCAL backs capable of accommodating without midstand we for he is a shining him in our again light in a C L Terril has just returned from the o crowding five large persons One stage community As an leaves Hazel Green at 0 a in and the other few as a moral man instructor his equals arc bluegrass where he has beensojourning for J Miles Xyttle commenced his school leaves Kothwell immediately upon the arri- Â¬ he has no superior for some time on Grassy Creek last Monday the school room he can not be Sterling arriving industry In and we heartily val of the train from ML A Sabbath school has just been organ- Â¬ here for supper The fare is onlv 200 eith surpassed of this district commend him to ized on our creek and promises to be a suc Buy your bacon mutton and beef of the patrons and assure them VAKBERBILT Caskey PieratL Spot cash to one and alL er wayand no one can afford to travel any oth- Â¬ that if they will send their children to school cess er way than by the stage line at that price they will be benefitted thereby There should Upper Frozen We are informed that James Lacy lost Messrs Spradling and Collinsworth the gen ce more interest manifested tne common Crops are good a fine ness of fish on last Saturday morning tlemanlv proprietors of the line superintend school system than there is in should be but hogs are scarce mast will be plenty there it in person and pay the utmost attention to better sehpol houses only first class teachers Died On July 13 Elford infant ladies or children traveling without escort employed and a great change would take There is a good deal of sickness in this daughter ef Gus and Elizabeth Steele aged In short the stage line is a big thing for the place in an educational stand point from the community mostly fever traveling public and we hope always to see present condition of affairs Parents should about tea aaonths Eliza Arnett a granddaughter of J B it well loaded with passengers Another ad Â¬ bethey ICss Susan Goodwin commenced teach- Â¬ vantage is that it carries the mail through in educate their children that insteadmayrear-Â¬ Wilson was recently bitten on the ankle by Â¬ come useful of ing school in district number 14 in Morgan one day and people in this section wishing ing them in men and women and immorality a copperhead snake but has recovered ignorance vice county oa the 13th InsL to purchase anything not bulky can write Parents go to work and try to promote the Strong an account of whom was given to ML Sterling one day and receive it by the not interest of your children while opportunity in The Herald as being snake bit isfore- Â¬ Breeds Liniment removes knots and stage next evening The Herald rejoices is afforded you and then it will not be said well Dr Taulbee amputated his left all enlargements on horses or other stock that she has succeeded in getting the line that the free school system is a disgrace to a finger 2To cure no pay Sold by J T established that the people all along it and P Day Jay James Cope Sr has been quite ill but at either end will be benefitted Remember community is now convalescing and hopes are enter- Â¬ Casipton July 11 Cooper and one stage leaves Hazel Greeu every morninsr Circuit Judge John E to Hon J W Kendall of We3t Liberty passÂ¬ at 6 oclock and the other leaves Itothwcll J P Hall and G T Center have fin- Â¬ tained of his speedy restoration perfect health Â¬ ed through town Sunday en route to Camp at 9 oclock ished moulding the brick for their kiln and ion POWELL COUNTY will have it ready to fire on next Monday Campton Circuit Court morning It contains 160000 brick by all Breens Liniment is pronounced Clay City July 10 Circuit Court commenced at Campton Quillin our enterprising young who have used it to be the greatest remedy last Monday Judge John E Cooper presid Â¬ J M who Corn is looking well but there is no for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc ing with John S Mahan Esqr acting Com- Â¬ lawyer has been confined to his bed Sold by J T F Day some lime with hemorrhage of the lungs wheat worth cutting monwealths attorney The following is a for Miss Lizzie Powell of Irvine is visit- Â¬ list of the cases disposed of on the first day was out to day much to the pleasure of Ms There is considerable excitement at Littleton Hollan concealed weapons jury many friends ing relatives here this week CamptoH over the appearance of a strange and verdict not guilty G T Center has 300000 feet of first Died On the 6th inst a child of B animal in that neighborhood recently which John Alexander tippling jury and ver- Â¬ class lumber on his lumber yard at this R Patton aged eighteen months aany think is a catamounL dict 60 place There is no excuse for Campton not Thompson Hall will visit the Estill James B Banks concealed weapons jury improving now with Hall Centers brick S- - S Combs of Campton on Monday and verdict 25 and 10 days in jail kiln G T Centers lumber yard and the Springs in a few days for his health presented us with some specimens of the Wm Spencer concealed weapons jury prospects of the early completion of the The lumber mills at this place are all wild plum and sweet gooseberry grown in and verdict 20 fine Kentucky Union railroad to her corporate idle on account of the lack of timber bis garden which are very fine Elsberry Little bondsman for Wes Strick limits Tell the Campton correspondent to lin surrendered him to court and he not be Â¬ S S Combs A J Asbury and E S wake up and give an account of his long nap Breeds Liniment Is certainly the best ing able to give farther bond was remanded Congleton were appointed on last county combination of remedies for corns neural Â¬ to jail Trains are now running regular on the gia pains in the bck and sidetc ever Shang Spencer disturbing religious wor- Â¬ court day to view and survey a road from Kentucky Union from Hedges Station to Campton to the Powell county line on the Clay City making two trips per produced Sold by J T F Day ship jury and verdict 10 day M Wilsons case Mr MaÂ¬ route to Clay City They returned from Upon call of 1L H G Walters of West Clay City is Bev E P MIckel jreached at this han Commonwealths attorney pro tern their trip last Thursday and reported that place on last Saturday night and Sundav at stated to the Court that he was related to they had loaded a line via the licNabb Hill building an elegant depot on Main street report can be over good It oclock towas a audiences His sermon Wilsons wife and therefore declined prose- Â¬ Theyhill at a that the road degrees made road which will be completed in a short time Â¬ This grade of 5J particularly interesting cuting whereupon J Banford White was said on Sunday The special police at the picnic on Juwhen will vast and entertaining one appointed for the case Judge Cooper be Â¬ to the completed Wolfe be ofPowellimportance ly 4th have the thanks of everyone for the travel of counties prompt and efficient discharge ot their duty and ing engaged in a case growing out of the Bev J T Pieratt brought a bunch of Wilson case declined sitting in the case Our enterprising hotel keeper A J Asbury There is a great deal of sickness in this will start a stage over this road as soon as it pole beans to our office which measured 8 and the bar elected Judge Irvine Halsey vicinity but most of the patients are improv- Â¬ Sipteehead is completed does not inches each Deans Mr Pieratt A full report will be given in next issue of ing under the skillful treatment of our phy- Â¬ claim to be a gardener this Is a good display The Herald MORGAN COUNTY sician Dr Leming and a hard one to beat A Beautiful Tribute Horace Faulkner has the contract to Maytown Jqly 10 C E Testerman of Upper Grassy was build the new school house here which will Licking Valley Scorcher George F Byrd of Laurel Creek was be done in first class order It will be the in to see us Monday last and informed us Departed this life Saturday June 20 that he was euiploved to teach in school dis- Â¬ 1SS5 at Peeled Oak Bath county Ky Da Â¬ in town last week best school building in Powell county trict number 61 in Morgan county where vid Sorrency Hazelrigg aged 7S years and J 2Neri Swetnam of West Liberty Subscriber be will begin next Monday 27 days through town last week en route to LEE COUNTY sorrowful lines memory As BevY J Tharpe an aged divine of wafts I pen these sable pinions across the ath county me back on Miss Maggie Clifford is rendering good Lewellen July 5 the Christian Church of Powersville Brack- Â¬ waste of years to my childhood home and I en eouaty bas heen holding a meeting at look again upon the cheery merry faces that service and general satisfaction as teacher You will please ask Ich Dien of this place beginning Saturday night last gleamed with gladness in our family circle at this place Stanton why I G Proffit is not as much en- Â¬ and closig on Tuesday nighL all happy in the possession and enjoyment Geo B Harper superintendent of the titled to the appellation of professor as is of our fond fathers protecting care and our Kentucky and South Atlantic railroad pass- Â¬ J A Cox also if Prof Cox is going to teach At Campton Monday we noticed that devoted mothers ceaseless exhaustless love ed up week on to Swango at Russell Furnace where is e going to the Campton House had a large number of Golden links in the chain that once bound Spring last will return his away days take up his school in few He guests and many of them were heard to us together have been broken by the unspar- Â¬ Hon D S Godsey of Hazel Green of the accommo- Â¬ ing hand of the remorseless spirit of the J M Thomas superintendent of com-Â¬ speak in the highest trmt was a passenger on the hack going down last mon schools for Lee county and board of dating landlord and his cuisine glass and scythe and now the sun and cen- Â¬ week It seems from 2iesent indications examiners will on Saturday the 11th insL out for- Â¬ been ter of Harlan McClain will teacli the Bear ever that circle has he hasblotted gathered that he is going to have an easy walk over meet and examine a number of Prof L L been Full of years Kinsolvings students who anticipate teach- Â¬ Creek school in Lee county this year The to the grave of his fathers to await the for legislative honors school has seventy nine scholars and is con- Â¬ coming of those he so fondly loved and for Mrs E B May who has been spend Â¬ ing also all others who may desire sidered one of the best in Lee-- We predict whom he toiled so grandly m life to dwell ing a few weeks with her father of Bath Mrs A H Thomas who has long been that he will prove an acceptable teacher with him forever in the mansions of the county for her health will return the last confined to a bed of sickness and who is no was visited Jane Mc in week of Hon D S Godsey brought to our of- blestGod the eternal city of our Father and at next place asShe has abeen greatly missed better and cousin Gby her aunt of Beatty A Jamison our this she is lady of that class Guire J T Hazelrigg fice oae day last week a bunch of oats cut who make every body around them cheerful ville also by her grandson Logan Thomas off at the jjroand which measures 5 feet 33 Officers of Election who has just recovered from a severe attack Â¬ There is more sickness in laches the heads of which measure one foot The following is a list of the officers of hood than there has been for this neighbor- of pneumonia quite a while ia length J was grown on his Lick branch election appointed by Judge Swango at the Farmers are very busy laying bv their Fever at the present writing seems to be on farm June term of the county court for the en- Â¬ the rampage RobL Day and J W Rodgers corn and preparing to send their children A-- H Lacv of Lacy Creek brought suing year have been very low but at present they are to the public school this fall which is their District No 1 S P Murphy H D Sprad Â¬ thought to be convalescent Dr Dixon is only chance for an education in this vicini- Â¬ three heads of wheat to our office Saturday that measured respectively 5 5 5 and GJ ling judges Stephen Swango clerk showing himself equal to the emergencies ty the knowledge of which ought to stimu- Â¬ Â¬ District No 2 J C Stamper and G H inches an average of about 6 1 16 which to build up the H T Spradling of Mt Sterling is lateordercitizenswhere their a school of high- Â¬ beats any we have seen or heard of and he Lacv judges J M Little clerk one children can reer District No 3 J W Horton and W P stopping a lew days with hi3 brother-in-lahas foarscres just like iL ceive instruction all the year round R P Dennis preparatory to going to the Lacy judges C M Hanks Jr clerk DOOHTTLE District No 4 Isaiah Spencer and B D celebrated Swango Springs Mr Spradling The following Indication of civilization is very low with rheumatism sb says Dr A 3fiaivo from 3Iossvilic is displayed upon a board tacked to a post Cox judges Porter Hobbs clerk about foar miles from Hazel Green on the District No 5 H C Elkins and Wm Drake of ML Sterling but Dr Dixon of this Mossville Texas July 3 Landsaw judges John B Hollan Jr clerk place pronounces his disease dropsy His Campton road Com is looking as well as it has for District No 6 Harrison Browu and D L friends are anxious for his recovery COBS Wh -- tec years past Williams judges Wm Chambers clerk ISkey QyiAT 100 yps Alex Patrick has cut and saved an im- Â¬ The Herald is G Hose and J H Amyx mense amount of clover hay District No 7 R When asked May success attend it a welcome visitor A Porter Lacy of this place brought judges Elias Shockey clerk by your corrrespondent win he was saving to our sanctum s few days since a branch District No 8 Gentry Mullins and Cas- Â¬ so mucn of the stuff he replied I am sav Â¬ The worms have almost destroyed the each from the white oak and the beech per Cabel judges J K Cockerham clerk ing it for the republicans who have been cotton crop in this section which are filled with acorns and nuts re Â¬ turned out of office and the democrats who Corn is current at one dollar per bush- Â¬ spectively and certainly indicate a prolific Every week we hear some complaint have been disappointed in getting office el something verv unusual in the Lone crop of mast lor this season about the lack of mail facilities between So you see Mr Patrick is a very liberal man Star State this point and Hindman in Knott county Prank Johnson of Lacy Creek this and we would like for our Congressman but I fear his clover hay will not last long better this Wheat and Joe M Pieratt is building a new and than ever before oats arebut it is feared year count- - has downed the bakery and takes Hon W P Taulbee to give the matter his known that the pastry He brought to The Herald attention We believe the route can and roomy barn and also making some needed the wet weather we are now having will se- Â¬ office last Thursday two onions which weigh will be established if he will take cognizance repairs on his dwelling house T M Can riously injure these crops despite his illness 1 pound 7 ounces Just now we are anxious of the matter and it would indeed be a boon noy his brother-in-laF P Henry who moved from Morgan to hear from the blue gras3 people if they to the people in a thrifty and populous has been prospecting for a plan for Joes new barn and after taking in the picnic at county Ky to this county has just cut his anything to come up to this Next have country Detween the points named if a route wrere established Rousseau in Breathitt Flat Gap on the Fourth and staying over crop of wheat which will yield him 500 TJncle Isaac Murphy of Grassy Mor Â¬ couaty at the mouth of Hunting Creek on the Sabbath says he has found the fairest bushels How is that for a Kentucky boy Subscriber gan county broucht to our ofnee last Friday Quicksand is immediately on the line indi Â¬ Sample in Kentucky But rumor has it on the first jump some oats of the Russian white variety the cated and the people there do not get mail that Tom wants the Sample himself Why Was Floyd Williams Itospited headfi of which measure 19 inches A great leaving this point on Wednesday until the Hello Mr Beattyville Enterprise called at The Herald office to following Saturday This is inexcusable in Licking Valley Editor it seems that the aany have Scorcher and Sentinel-DemocrThe Hazel Greek Herarld in see the oats asd other agricultural products the mail service and Ave hope Mr Taulbee on account of your arc pitching into we have aad all say it is the finest they will call the attention of the Postoffice De- Â¬ article with regard 3ou Williamss respite words the wayfaring man though a fool need to ever saw partment to the facts in the case and use his Our people did not understand you as ob- Â¬ not err in understanding voices the opinion of this country on the respite of Floyd Wil- Â¬ We ask special attention to our new influence to have the line established at least jecting to the respite but simply that if the liams And now we ask why that respite governor wanted to interfere he should have Was it that his paramour and guilty accom- Â¬ These pencils while tri weekly Matchless PeBcik are we claim equal in very low in price Miss Lou Gillmore left on Sunday last done so sooner As an outside party we plice Mrs Stricklin might be convicted quality for all business purposes to anv pen Â¬ for Long Branch In Morgan county where would sav that you voiced the sentiment of and the two shoved from the same gallows cil in the market not excepting those ot the she begun her school on Monday morning the people eractly The people of Wolfe on the same day in company for the eternal highest cosL They excel particularly in ab- Â¬ bue will be sadly missed by the citizens of and adjoining counties are not and neverÂ¬ burning If so is there not more of poetry sence of grit sad strength of lead Send Hazel brccn during her absence as she is a have been clamorous for the blood of Wil- Â¬ than justice in the plan This country has Jansen McClurg fc Co Wa general favorite with all who know her liams but they have and do enter their sol- been longing for a striking example to warn ibr price lisL Madison SL Chicago Miss Gillmore passed a good examination emn protest against the respite coming at and deter to check the abounding deeds of bsa ave aad before the board of examiners for Morgan such a late hour I am informed by one blood Nothing is better suited to our wel- Â¬ Licking Vallev Scorcher The Metho county last Saturday and will enter the who knows that on the 3rd of July there fare than the lawful execution of law the dist Church at this place was dedicated last list as one of the best teachers in Morgan was about one thousand people at Campton sufficieny and certainty of punishment Saadsy by Bev J S Sims of Flemingsburg county or in the mountains of Eastern who came to see the hanging Why did not Where does certainty come in wpen th emur the governor grant the respite sooner Then derers and those who would be such know that assisted by Bev Wrightman of Hiiisboro Kentucky for that matter there would not have been a murmur But executive clemency i3 ready and apparently with the beautiful ceremonial prescribed by let no man insinuate that our people are anxious to give them plenty of time for pre Â¬ - the Discipline of the Church Bro Sims Co Chicaero in Jansen McCIunr preached a dedication sermon which for vite special attention to their new Match- Â¬ barbarous and take delight in the misfortune paration to meet their dear Jesus when These remarkable pens combine of any one but on the contrary a more they climb the golden stair This judicial force eloquence and beautv was equal to less pens aavthiug we have ever heard He endeared the elasticity and freedom of a gold pen lenient generous hearted liberal mindedÂ¬ circuit under the firm administration of our felaself to ear people while here and we with the quickness of action of steel pens people never breathed heavensfmre atmos- peerless Judge Cooper and his able prede- Â¬ Duster cessors has been kept in as good condition iope he will visit us again at an early day They are the best pens made for all work phere Grassy Creek July 13 where a smooth point and perfect elasticity as any other in the State better than most Mt Sterling Gazette Mr J G Trim- - are required and will last as long as two or We had a good rain at this place this They have done their duty promptly fear-Â¬ -- ble haspr4fered t give to the Baptist de- - three ordinary steel pens lessly and while the peace secured may be Send lor samples morning and price list of the kind that reigned in Warsaw it is Born To T H Testerman and wife nevertheless peace But when men come to sjost sightly locations in the town valued at S M Tyler living near town in Mor- Â¬ of this place a girl 400 asd 100 in cash to go towards a know fully what they already know in part - okmroh building Bev J M Wells will go gan county on Friday lasbrought us a We are of the opinion that J L John- Â¬ that the hardest thing to do is to hang a murderer how long will this peace remain tiere sfcsrfcly isr the purpose of holding a sample of sapling clover which isthe finest son wants about one hundred warrants jacoting aad orgaaizing a church He will ever seen in this section Ittmeasnres 5 feet Flovd Williams was not only convicted of a M B McClure is very low with fever cold blooded murder but has confessed in the cut JRstraithe ground Je take suet steps as are necessary foris a 2 isInches and wasknownaiu rectie ef the building Bro Wells It of the species sapling clo Â¬ and E B McClure is alsoon the sick lisL detail As there could have been no linger- Â¬ jess f ability aad scholarly attainments ver Let us hear from our exchanges if Wm 3l Murphy who was employed ing doubt of guilt in the executive mind some time ago by the Singer Sewing Ma-- what was the cause of the resDite 34wiU deuhttsse receivea cordial welcome they can down iL Mma Thos Jones and wife of 31k Sterling are the guests sf Mr and lira J T Day Persaaal Pararraplis C0EEESP0EDENC1 chine company as agent returned home a few days ago sick At this writing he is very low with fever lrWe n VwoMfi VTnmurfiu OSBORNE onaiip ojJllllii of Life 0111 Mowers The Watsr Humanity for Afflicted iBON J The Best Most Durable and Lightest RiiTming Machine on the Market ismyq yjkti -- ir Every Machine Fully Warranted le jtweii son-in-la- w HANLY JUDY G eneral Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky These spriags are looaid thmi of a mile frosa the beautiful twa r TfTwl Green Tha water centaans a centajre of iron thaa any o4hr wattr hence it 13 the most vaiRAVk la A tm disease used internally cr extersalijr Among the many diseases wkiak SmA U heir to and forwhich this wwnSerfkl watat i3 known to he a positive aad ymmmmit cure are the following CONSTTPATIOK DYSPEPSIA SEES DISEASES SCBOFULA KETJBAJLG1A CA- TABEH imEBMATIS34 - -- SMtery tf tenders The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of timonials which have beeadisease m the efficacy of this water in One lady writes I am so thaafali- te Medicinal Eoots Herbs and Barks Great Giver of all Blessings that I triwt Swango Springs Freely do I giveaH Uw time and money spent there for the bealtk Except Ginseng and strength I now enjoy - We append a few of the hundreds ef tes a -- Â¬ i J T SHEEN SON HEWS Importers 1 Wholesale Druggists ain Street Mt Sterling Ky A gentleman of Illinois says xthiuk tJ water of Swango Spring did nie Horemi than all the nostrums L have ever trieL I will certainly be withyou again sext sprwr References R T Snithv J G Trhahk P L Reese ML Sterling Ky F MHiukW Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Pluia lick A large hotel is now being builtwhicTi will afford ample accommodation to visiters For further information in regard to beard HARRISON SWANGO Ac address Hazel Green Ky office Or this AN ELEGANT STEM WINDING STLVEX r Ky NICKEL WATCH FREE The WaTerbury t ABAiV b BAUM 1 Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of JT slil TiH Pi R MuUUllu Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a calljand be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N H TRDIBLE ROBT M TRLMBLE 0k ll- TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN lfeyyr xBEEHr tH Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any F McGUIRE KYf house in Mt Sterling at head of Stands erything you want In Desiring to wind up my business I have decided to present a splendid watch cnt a3 above and as GOOD A TTMEKKEPER as many which sell for 5000 to each of my old friends and customers who wiU come forward and pay off their notes amounting to 2500 or over provided the note was for merchandise bought of me while in busi Â¬ ness And in order that all may be accom- Â¬ modated I wiU discount the watch price 350 in proportion to those whose notes are less than 2500 This offer is good until June 1st Call on or address W O MIZE Hazel Green Ky I HAZEL GREEN Low Prices with evÂ¬ the Wishing to devote my time to my other business I will sell my For A Saw Mill DEY GOODS N0H03SB Boots Shoes Hats Clothing GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Â¬ Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Consisting of a 25 Korse Power Engine and Boiler a ISTo 1 Circular Saw Edger c Everything is in Eirst class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS c FLOUR BACON The money is what I want and I wHIgive MORE GOODS FOR ADOLLASLN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange For goods F McGUIRE r EOE SALE House and Lot m 1TAYT0WN KY The house is a boxed frame two story3 high and contains six rooms with khchea There is a half acre of ground attached which is set in A Variety of Fruit Trees Berries c ENTERPRISE PLANING- MILL - LEXHTaT01NF KY OF A never failing weU of excellent water ix the yard This property will be sold very reasonable Apply to J P LOCKHART Maytown Ky Or this oifice w F BUSH SON5 Proprietors MANUFACTURERS R A CHILDERS MAYTOWN KY Takes the lead in Low Prices with every Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c AND DEALERS IN thing you need in the way of DRY GOODS GROCERIES MOTIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Hardware Drnga Plour Bacea Is Jfce e Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths W T CASKEY c c Money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any house in Maytown Country produce taken hi exchaage for goods R- - References Jugde G B Swango Hazel Green George Eice ilaytown or any Business Man of Lexington Ky A CHILD w n F PIERATT CASKEY PIERATT Valuable Farm for Sale Holderby place lying BLACKSMITH MAYTOWN KY E J SOGEES --- 1 i I I offer for sale the farm known as the HORSE SHOEING A SPECLALTY 4 Wholesale and Retail at GIRIO C EIRIS Containing 423 Acres Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Wa-Â¬ Makes plows hoes e Satiafae- gons uon guaranteed in all cases c HAZEL GREEN KY Green on the state road miles below nazel it A This farm has on w T DAY ut containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS ing room There is a good well of fine wa Â¬ Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup ter and fine springs which yield an abun- Â¬ Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils dance of pure stock water an orchard of Wooden- - and Tinware In fact 65 bearing apple frees of assorted winter and summer fruit young and thrifty good EVERYTHING YOU NEED barn and out buildings about 100 acres of jSGive us a call and be convinced that bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 you can buy more goods from us to the Dol Â¬ acres of which i3 now a corn 60 acres of lar than at any other house in the moun Â¬ improved table land and the remaining 263 tains We also desire to buy a number of acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover- Â¬ Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay ed with very finest oak and poplar soil the highest market price rich and productive and underlaid with Flour Bacon Lard Salt Cood 2 Story Frarno Dwelling Marshal and Genera Detective MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminal In any part of the country and guarantees satÂ¬ isfaction in every caae where employed- Orders by mail promptly attended to For Sale Italian Bees Bees which are hearty and thrifty heady makers Persons wishing to bay can caul aad see them or order by raalL All order promptly attended to M G DUNAWAY I have for sale several hives of Ine Italia -- 3 NEW BUGGY WOEKS mt sterling ky Price 3500 K cash and remainder in one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Herndon or W O Mizc at Hazel Green or the under-Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell county Kv May 27 1SS5 Fine Bituminous Coal Maytewnriy E YOUNG Wholesale Conroy Shore ores special attention SHORE I W MAPEL 4 JU1 - Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECOND-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP GROCER AND 3BATKK XX - - ti SIGN PAI NTING Give us a calL Wines and L9fMr- J vky vq Tsar V A M N1CKELL DAYSBOEOITGH XEXTNGtCjS kiads fane Willreceive Mr CONROY KY eutky yachna v2Caa paid Swr eggs chick A f a htter t i -- - 4 If - J Tkt tTi -- - rtaidiTTigaFJmrt T frit i ta L if- - T VC - r - f 1i - teC -- VJ T ililM HAWLjKREExj Aa - SIM HERALD KENTUCKY HOME AND FARM Prehistoric Has The Union Mtdicalt announces a discovery of the highest scientific inter Â¬ est and which if it turns out to be real will show that prehistoric man is nc longer myth On piercing a new gal- Â¬ lery in a coal mine at Bully- - Orenay a cavern was broken in Â¬ to containing air fossil human bodies in- Â¬ tact a man two women and three children as well as the remains of arms and utensils in petrified wood and stone and numerous fragments of mammals and fish A second subterranean cavo contained eleven bodies of large dimen- Â¬ sions eeveral animals and a great num- Â¬ ber of objects together with precious stones The walls were decorated with designs of combats between men and an- Â¬ imals of gigantic size A third and EtHl larger chamber appeared to be empty but could not be entered on account of the carbonic acid it contained which is being removed by ventilators The fos- Â¬ sil bodies have been brought up to the surface and five of them will be exhib- Â¬ Pas-de-Calsis Ke Grtea fa His Eye TvTiat do you call them things ste ed an old farmer pointing across a hotel table at dish of lobsters and address ing the waiter Dats lobsters sah None o your nigger talk around me Why dont yon say crawfish but I reckÂ¬ on though youve put em here for ma to eat Thought I was one o them drummers thatll eat snails an frogs an bugs an sich Didnt know that I live whar them crawfish come outen the swamps an set on the fence I reckon Want to call em by a different name an git me to eat em Take em away Ive hulled too many crawfish tails for the chickens not to know the critters when I see em If you will insist that I must eat a reptile fetch me a water mockisin Â¬ 9PBCKIt COOSEK Pabli lion UNSHOD HORSES A good farmer harrows in his clover seed and secures a catch every time Turf Field and Farm uanure on me surrace serves as a mulch in summer and protects aga nst drought to a certain extent Ex- change r l- - - Dfjmoerifr thai so many others should - tkisk aga ust ihelrown common ense whether t js 705slble to use horses withnt hhoes or not and many have made thesr horses suffer xa n trying the exerjBCBt In nearly every part of the world where horses are used the at tempt lias been made without success except in countries lke Algeria where the ground is sandr and soft Not svLhstauclinj the fact that it has been proved to all intents and purposes that horses must be shod people still try to work them without shoes and make the uafortuaate animal that happr ns tohe theT property suffer needless pain-While hordes suffer without shoes it is to le ieared that with them thy often liave to bear much pain through the carelessness of the black atks As a general rule there is too much irosTput in the shoes and what la worse the foot is often made to fit the shoe instead of the shoe fitting thB foot Wh le the foot is protected by the shoes the ioints have to bear the coucassion canted by the hard mtsvl and the ground meeting at the force they do and promisng young horses eftcH Ism lame from navicular an I other dseass from this fact A new style of shoeing lias been tried and found to be a great improvement but taepublic notwithstanding thry know the present stjle of shoeing is to some extent wrong are loth to try any thin g Â¬ CRfateiv men trrto save the expense Itciaufscmicybat strange that Oftes Tried and TRtuout Sceess A 1 wars rla relation to the ventilating of bed rooms Horace Mann used to say that since the atmosphere was forty db- mdes deep all around the globe it was a useless economy to breathe it more j than once X Y Tribune During the summer when the earth is ury score away a quantity oi airtxor Winter use It is an excellent absorbent and may be used in a dozen ways Have it dry clean and fine and kei p it where it can atnotimebecome damp Prairie Fanner There is a way to enrich ourlands that is by plowing often and raising clover and all of us can keep more stock and make more manure if we Will only try We can increase our forage crops each year by a little calculation beforehaud X Y Herald Breakfast cako Two tablespoon3 of sugar tw tablespoons of butter two eggs one cup of mdk one scant quart of llour one teaspoon of soda two of cieam tartar Bake twenty minutes in a quick oven Eat hot with Â¬ te W0 1 Ji Bill Iff kbuBI WL JaJ Ji- CTaffigrlWaftiaaii - Philadelphia states that there is neither morphia opium nor minerals in Bed Star Cough Cure will cure it 2xv Chas P WnajAMB Ph D of PTMi- - ited at the mairie of Lens the others are to be sent to Liilie in order to un-Â¬ dergo examination by the Faculte des AS A CUHE FOH SORS TlTROAT AXU Br oxens Bronchial Troches Sciences Representatives of the Fac Coughs ulte des Sciences of Paris and of the have been thoroughly tested and maintain British Museum having been telegraph- their good reputation JSolctonly in boxes ed for are expected to be present A7a A girl gets into a narrow glove by Â¬ A piece of lemon bound upon a corn Sort of lemon aid as it were Detroit Bost turc slight of hand Bittsbitrgh Telegraph WJBMSDMlMQprTij iVigTr ir Pt- - TTirrr-- -- -ja- -wiL- u I yiijaidrti iy iwa bntter The Household -- JiCW part that requires protection and why is it necessarr to cover half of the foot put on or a narrow piece The wall of the foot is really the only careful owner will generally have tips of iron put half way round the front of the hoof This prevents the wall from heing broken away as it often is when the ground is hard and when the animal is brought in again the foot is found to be sound the frog has become pliant and considerable expansion is to be no Â¬ ticed at the heels The frog there is no doubt was meant by nature to save concussion and prevent slipping Why can jftbtlt be used on the hardandslip peryfroftds This has been tried and withgreat success and the shoes that are eed last much longer than the ones used at present and save the horses 3egs t a greater extent The shoe is let intotlie wall and round the sole of the hoof to within two inches of the heel and the frog is allowed to come in contact with the ground It has been used on both carriage and draught horses in some of the largest cities in - the world but has not become generally known owing to the fact that blacksmiths as a rule object to give up their old style for a new one that they fancy not so profitable and difficult to with iron When a horse is turned out into a pasturefor any length of time a Overfeeding and exposure is the cause of mlk fever In every case of loss from such difficulty an examina- Â¬ tion demonstrates that forcing the cow though productive of good results for a short while ends in dsaster from milkfeyer X Y Tribune For whipped cream sauce take one cup of cream one teaspoonful lemon or vanilla half a cup of powdered sugar white of one egg Mix the cream vanilla and sugar and whip it without skimming off the froth Add the beaten white of the egg and beat all together Serve it on any pudding usually beaten with sugar and cream Y Independent Be cautious and cut hay at the right time Xever allow it to seed Pollen causes dust Let all your hav be kept in a clean condition until stored i for use Cutting after seeding injures the quality and causes the stock to refuse it after being fed on it for a length of time The more tender the hay the more palatable to stock Rural Xeiv -- y Yorker i- fi ft - 5r - fc v - The frog in its natural state is soft and like rubber and if the knife is kept away from it it will become of great benefit on slippery roads and do away with the most injurious things of alf Lameness is or heels corking often caused b3 contracted heels pro- Â¬ duced by careless shoeing and if more owners would only go to the shoeing shop and see that shoes are made to fitC CHEAP PORK the noble animal that not only gives them pleasure but also puts money It Costs Too Much Because It Is Ton Long in Making into their pockets would be saved many wests of unnecessary torture Pork as a rule costs too much and Jxaiisas City Journal this is because it is too long in making It costs too much when it requires more SEALING LETTERS WITH WAX than one years growth to make 300 or It is not so much the A Furore Tluit Js Rapidly Spreading to 050 pounds quantity of feed which makes up the All Parts ol the Country The furore for closing letters with cost as the time in which this feed h A pig 250 days old may have fccaling wax and stamps is at its height used eaten 1500 pounds of corn and made a Â¬ iu 2ew York City and must in the nature of things soon find its way to weight of 300 pounds on it which profit while lesser cities and towns for these fancies leaves a good may consume one 450 or 500 days old the same sweep over the country like great quantity of corn but it will weigh not waves touching before they have ex- Â¬ more than 200 pounds which will loavc pended all their force remotest regions a loss And this is because one winter Sn all directions Of course our wideÂ¬ is passed through during which either weight or awake manufacturers have taken ad Â¬ no gain inloss m fieis made will there is di an actual not pay It vantage of this fancy to introduce an now if it ever did to throw away feed number of pretty conceits on which the in the mere support of Lfe Unless the required seal appears There are some food is spent with the most profitable very beautiful watch charms of gold results monej is lost and a winter which diseloe a stone seal ready io feeding mostly results in loss of weight be cut with the writers monogram or at the best requires a large con initials crest or fanciful device Mimpton of food to supply the necesas mav be required There sary loss of heat winter feeding can arc also desk seals of gold in attractive not be profitable form as well as seals in other and less There is never any wisdom in going expensive materials- - Paper knives of to extremes The happy mean is al Â¬ brass copper nickel and slver are ways the best Forcing the feeding is finished with a seal at the end of the costly and a larger quantity of food handle A popular form of paper knife crowded into an animal than can be by the way is one representing a healthfully assimilated and turned into feather rising out of a chickens foot flesh is a u eless waste just as much as which latterfonas the handle When the too slowly matured animal i In placed ob the impressionable wax this rearing pigs then it is aivisablo to foot leaves a sentimental iorget-me-nohave a system and arrange the meth ods of keeping them to Miit it For Seal rings are naturally revived at instance no pigs should be fed over this time both for ladies1 and gentle- Â¬ winter but the breeding stock The mens wear It is quite the correct brood sows should have pigs in March thing for a lady to dash off her initials or earlier and the e pigs reasonably in her own peculiar chirograph and well fed should weigh 250 or J100 Jcave with a jeweler to insure a fac Â¬ pounds by December It is plain to simile of her autograph on her ring every expert pork grower that thee Ths s a newer style than the mono- Â¬ suggestions implv a good deal more gram and at the present time is taking than appears at iir t sight To have very well As seal rings are becoming pigs so early suitable pens properly to the hand especially a large weli warmed must be provided and this is formedone it is believed that they a point which requires a good deal ot will have quite a run consideration and preparation and to There is quite an art in sealing a letÂ¬ feed pir reaouabIv well is a matter ter so the following d rections upon which a volume mijjht well be by aleading manufacturer may written But some tew suggestions be found convenient When the letter on this poin should be made just here is ready to be closed light the lamp or More pigs are hurt and more pork feedcandle lay the seal on the desk at the is wasted by unreasonable directions in both than right hand in such position that when ing used the impression may be square and in any other way Overfeeding pro- Â¬ right side up Then hold the wax duces disease which puts back tho pir above theflame of the candle but not and wastes both time and food Spare near enough to burn A burnt wax feeding merely prevents lull growth makes a brittle streaky seal and is and loses time What are needed are hard to manage When the wax has full feeding of perfectly whole ome and gradually softened apply it with a cir- Â¬ appropriate food This means a varied cular movement upon the place to be diet of green herbage such as grass sealed rub it well around and down and clover or other green foruntil you have a circle of proper size age as rye barley peas or com and thickness- - The wax has now with some grain or ground feed and cooled -- o that it will not take a clear lastlv full feeding on corn for a finish impression Hold therefore- - the en Â¬ only It means ako sound corn and velope some little distance from the not half matured innutritions gram flame until the wax has again become which is only lit for food after it has soft then moisten and apply the seal been matured by cooking Too much the result Will be a clear cut impres- Â¬ corn feeding produces the worst of dis- Â¬ sion Jewelers Circular eases the intestinal fever caused by One of the trustees of the Provi the non assimilation of a large part ol decce Public Library who is a welt the food and the consequent excess ot messing jean has made a scrap book carbonaceous matter in tho blood and tho meningitis which oi the adventures of runaway boys an spinal frequent paralysis produces hind of the veiy related Ta the newspapers Ills object warn young readers of the mascn quarters So that the most profitable always in lie geader against the pursuit of way is to keep the animals ueauu ntiu ICUL-S11 wuuuu vuu kwtedre la vicious dime novels to finish with the corn feeding as rap Frcidence Journal IdJy as possible X 11 Times Â¬ U Â¬ fur--msh- ed learn nourishing healthy pie is made of carrots sup- plying sulphur iron and other sub- stances needed to make rich and pure blood Boil the carrots soft and mash through a colander For onp pie use four large spoonfuls of carrot two eggs a pint of milk and flavor with nutmeg and sugar For crust mix equal quantities of white corn meal and flour with a little salt and mix with enough sweet cream to roll out like dough Bake carefully eat fresh and if you are dyspeptic you will make it again Boston Budget j sausages After prckingtho Baked sausages put them into a basin and cover with boiling water Boil for ten minutes then remove from the hot water and put into cold water for two minutes Boll in beaten egg and then in line dry bread crumbs and lay Â¬ ing them in a shallow pan bake in a hot oven for fifteen minutes An eg and a pint of crumbs will answer for a pound of sausasres Serve on n hot dish with a garnish of triangles of crisp toast Baked sausages are more deli- - j cate than fried ones If the meat be not in cases omit the boiling and pro- Â¬ ceed with the breading and baking Exdianqe I Â¬ I Carrot pie A Yonitpj Men Kcad This The Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mich to send their celebratedELECTRO Voi It is a mistake to eat quickly Mas- Â¬ offer Belt and other Electric Appliances taic tication performed in haste must be im- Â¬ on trial for 30 days to men young or old perfect even with the best of teeth and afflicted with nervous debility loss of vital- Â¬ due admixture of the salivary secretion ity and all kindred troubles Also f orrheu with the food cannot take place When matismneuralgiaparalysisand many oth- Â¬ er diseases Complete restoration to mass of inadequately crushed vigor and manhood guaranteed No health a crude muscular fiber or undivided solid ma- Â¬ curred as JJ0 days trial is allowed riskin TVrit terial of any description is thrown into them at once for illustrated pamphlet free the stomach it acts as a mechanical ir-Â¬ Women are not as a rule ritant and sets up a condition in the have no eagernessinventive wrinkles They for new Chi mucous membrane lining that organ cago Tribune which greatly impedes if it does not altogether prevent the process of diges- Â¬ Pikes Toothache Drops cure in 1 minute23e tion When the practice of eating Glenns Sulplwr Soap heals and beautifies 25c quickly and filling the stomach with un- Â¬ Gebmax Corn Remover kills Corns Bunions prepared food is habitual the digestive quilt manufacturers Motto organ is rendered incapable of perform Â¬ Blessed for crazypiece makers are the X Y ing its proper functions Either a much Herald larger quantity of food than would be A Book on necessary under natural conditions is Cure Dr Free ford the Liver its Diseases and San Sil Broadway New York required or the system suffers from lack of nourishment Those animals Â¬ Tnn blacksmith strikes when the iron is which were intended to feed hurridly hot were either gifted with the power of If afflicted with Sore Eves use Dr rumination or provided with gizzards Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell itIsaac 23c Man is not so fnrniGhed and it is fair to CuANBERitiES will euro dyspepsia assume that he was intended io eat and slowly London Lancet Thats sour opinion St Bavl Herald Hurried Dinners INVALIDS HOTELHSURGICAL INSTITUTE No 663 Main Street BUFFALO N Y a Hospital hut a pleasant Remedial Home organized WitM A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Wot And exclusively devoted to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases widely-celebrated - This Imposing Establishment was designed and erected to accommodate the large number of invalids who visit Buffalo from every State and Territory as well as from manv forelsrn lands that they may avail themselves of the professional services inatitutkMu tho Staff of skilled specialists in medicine and surgery that compose the faculty of this A FAIR AND BUSINESS LIKE OFFER TO INVALIDS We earnestly Invite you to come tee end examine for yourself our Institutions appliances advantages and success in ccriff chronic diseases Have a mind of your own Do not listen to or heed the counsel of skeptical friends or Jealous physicians who know nothing of us our system of treatment or means of cure yet who never lose an opportunity to misrepresent and endeavor to prejudice people against us We are responsible to ymi for what we represent and ir you come and visit us and nod that wo have misrepresented in any particular our institutions advantages or 6ucces3 xve will promptly ref bb1 t yeat We court investigation have no secrete and are only too glad to show aili all csponoes of your trip we are doinffhonest sincerehumanity for suffering interested and candid people what TOMIG If we want to get at the genuine WILHOFTS FEVE3 MB A warranted cure for all dlseasea unadulterated primitive man1 says a caused by malarial poisoning of scientific writer we must go back not the blood such as Chills and Fever Fever and Ague Sun Fains Dumb for 250000 winters alone but perhaps Chills Intermittent Remittent for two or three million years into the Bilious and all other Fevers caused dim past of the Tertiary ages Some by malaria It la alao the safest of our readers may be anxious to get and best care for enlarged Spleen Fever Cake General Debllltv at the genuine pi imitive man but we and Periodic Neuralgia DTFor Sale by all Druggists advise them not to go back to inanv CHAS F KEELEH ProD Chicago 111 years into the dim past to do so The probabilities are that they would find LADYAGEHTSSen employment and good salary the man dead anyway Norristoiun PcDIng Queen City Hklrt and Herald Stockings ttpnorter Sample mi MM outfit frtre Address Cincinnati Suspender Co Cincinnati O By our original system of diagnosis we can treat many chronic diseases just as successfully without as with a personal con- Â¬ While wo aro always glad to see our patients and sultation become acquainted with them show them our institutions and familiarize them with our system of treatment yet wo have not Been one person in flvo hundred whom wo have cured Tho per- Â¬ with which fect accuracy particulars fjcientlsta are enabled to deduco tha fa their several departments appears most minute almost miraculous if wo tiew it in the light of the early ages Take for example the cleetro magnetio telegraph the greatest Invention of tho ago Is it not a marvelous degree of accuracy which enables an operator to exactly locate a fracture in a sub Â¬ marine cable nearly three thousand miles long Our venerable clerk of the weather ha3 become so thoroughly familiar with the most wayward elements of naturo that ho can accurately predict their movements He can sit in Washington and foretell what the weather will bo in Florida or New York a3 well 3 if Eeveral hundred miles did not intervene between him and tho places named And so in all departments of modern science wnub m ruquiruu m mu lujusvit uyu ui wruun signs From these scientists deduco accurate con 50 aiso in mcai I oitiiso ur 1 clusions regaruiess or aistance cal science diseases have certain unmistakable and by reason of this fact wo msPASP i UIVhHWkl 1 signs or symptoms to originate ana penecti a sys H nave been enaoieu tern of determining with tho jrreatest accuracythe nature of chronic diseases without seeing nnd personally M - NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIENTS ejmmining our patients In recogIlIzng diseases withoat personal examination of tho patient we claim to possess ro miraculous powers Wo obtain our knowledge of tho patients disease by tho practical application to the practice of medi Â¬ cine of well established principles of modern science And it is to the accuracy with which this system has endowed ts that we owe our almost world wide reputation of skillfully treadajr lingering or chronic affections This system of practice ana me marvelous success wmca nas oeen arcaoea it demonstrate the fact fikmousi through certain phenomena which that diseasesÂ¬ being subdisplay jected to scientific analysis furnish abuadant S and unmistakable data to gnide tho judgmentof the skillful practitioner aright in determiningthe nature of diseased conditions The most ample resources for treating lingerinsr or chronic diseases and the greatest skill arc thus placed within the easy reach of every invalid however distant he or she may reside from the physicians making the treat Â¬ ment of such affections a specialty Full particukj s or our origi Â¬ nal scientific system of examining and treating patients at dis- Â¬ tance are contained in Tbo Peoples Coamoa Semia D and Ulcdical Adviser By BV Pierce M postKXX pages 138 paid for over 300 colored and other illustrations Sent Or write and describe your symptoms inclosing ten cents In stampsand a complete treatise on your particular disease will be sent you with our terms for treatment and all particulars - i The possession of imperial fortunes and the host of lesser millionaires who ape them in their thought and actions are in the main responsible for the notions now advanced so frequently that riches should in some way give a m a political advantage The rmcrald Â¬ hl9 whole time to tho study and investigation of a certain class of diseases must become better qualified to ireat such diseases than he who attempts to tieat every ill to which flesh is heir without giving special attention to any class of diseases Men in all ages of tho world who have become famous have devoted their lives to some special branch of science art or It AS APPLIED person that the physician who 60MM0M SENSE to tho judgment of every thlnMnirTO MEDICINE devotei one that appeals is a well known fact and A itaGazixe writer says the Indians an increasing in number This must bo an jvor 2ot nearly so many Indians arc Bttiiding in Iront of ciprar stores to day ai there were twenty five years ago The girl of the period and Lase ball players have crowded them out Xorristown Her- Â¬ ald literature x created By thorough organization ana suoaiviamgr tne practice or meaicme ana surgery in tni3 lnsniunon every invaua a au uciwips ju ny a specialist ono wno ocvoics nia untuvxuua auenuon to xno panicumr uiiiis ul uiy wuim tu 3Iedical science offers a vast field for investigation and no physician can advantage of this arrangement must be obvious within the brief limits of a life time achieve the highest degree of success iu the treatment of crcry malady incident to humanity nm Statistics show ihat the mortality anions children is far greater in t le summer months than at any oth Tseasnn He Utli and perfect acMon of the bowels a i assured bv the ue of Ridges rood It Is neutral In I a action isreadny taken by the Httle oucs occasions no tax upon the digestive orpaus and 13 assimi lated when the btomach rejects all else 1 M UBl It is a somewhat remarkable fact that the Western cyclone is frequentlv charged with shop lifting Burlington Free Bras However strong may be the bonds ol matrimony they are often broken by a ciau the club the husband belonirs to I hiladelphia Call Thb difference between a plav bill and a landlord is one i often stuck on a bill ooard and the other on a board bill JonxxY it would be a good thing for you toremember in life that we never get anything in this world unless we ask for tt Yes we do pa answered Johnny Â¬ promptly I got a licking in school to- Â¬ Â¬ HI fit cciiitltffia It Is fcQr AT t T ri H B M1 H SVinntnins nmm niofit Moisture SSjfeOJiTMFNT sure cure at psles Intense a ErFK At lOlS tn CI IUlp3 ALL snrii as 1iinpies motciiej naii Kheuni Uo matTecr Itch Salt or long standing ter huyrobstinate nox Dymniijv un Swatse SoNPhila Pa holdb Druggists C3BiBIBaBMCHBSmAUCBK3B4fi913T3BV9CSSU DISEASES ifli I JUL g day and you can bet I didnt ask for it Yvnlcers statesman do remarks a philosopher TMs is true especially if his wife happens tx say so Button Bust Theke are some things man can not I am a coppersmith by trade and the smallipartlcles of brass and copper from flllnBBot into Eores on unarms and poisoned m whole system Mercury administered brcught on rheumatism and I became a helpless invalid 1 1 ok two dozen bottles of Swifts Specific ily Icrs arms and hands are all right apiln I use them without pain My restoration is due to S b S PetehE Love J au 8 1SS5 Augusta Ga Â¬ Â¬ the young men and the scenery are mora natural Brooklyn Eaqle - y of paper yet the small boy must not preForIx maturely rejoice thereat Lowell Citizen right leg orI eight yearn I suffered with ulcers on my was treated with Iodide of Potassium and Mercury and I became helpless Six bottles of A Brooklyn girl says she prefers Pros Swifts Specific made a permanent cure M D Wilsox Gainesville Ga sect Park to Central Pork because both Feb 23 18S3 Â¬ Slit feus are now manufactured entire - - - Shifts Specific is entirely vegetable Blood and fakin Diseases mailed free The Swift Specify 159 W 23d St N Y Co Treatise on is much in favor with A chix-uest violinists So excellent a device should not be confined to any particular profes- Â¬ sion or calling Roxburij Advocate Drawers Atlanta Ga or R U Lorillards THAT AARE OHmas Johnson pointing to a passing millionaire She looks like a maid of forty aeiress Chicago Tribune xaswered Simmons Codxd stealing a mans pocket book ba called a purse nal attack That girl is made of money cried Ping bearing a red tin tag that Icrillards Rose fietif fine cut that Lorillards Navy ClippincaBd that Lorillards Suullsare tae best aud cheapest quality considered GANGER Treated and cured without the knife Book on tn atment sent free Adsess I L POXD M D- - Aurora Kane CoIU If You TefepSione For the doctor and find ho is out of town just ask your druggist to send you a bottle of Aps It Sarsaparilla will relieve all those tired feelings and prevent serious ill- Â¬ ness Mrs jI 51 Lewis A street near Â¬ Â¬ l VlVeX1 I 1 Prepared by Dr J Av C Aycr S Co Lowell Mass ers Darsaparnsa l new Sold by Druggists Copyrighted Boirell Loicell JIass I suffered from Headache Indigestion aud Debility and was hardly able to drag myself about the house Aycrs Sarsaparilla has worked a marvelous change in my case I have taken lets than two bottles and now feel strong aud well as ever Mns S Emtjosy 11 Xeicton Blace Holyokc Mass For more than two years I have suffered constantly from ileadachc and Indigestion A little over a month ago a friend urged me to try a bottle of Averts Sarsaparilla I did try it and before I had finished the second bottle my headache disappeared my ap Â¬ petite returned my food digested proper- Â¬ ly and my health was completely restored 31ns S Fiske Chelsea Mass I have been troubled with ec ere JJeadaches for years but since taking Ayers Sarsaparilla have not had an attack Trice 1 homo physicians has the benefit of a full Council ccmpOKd o skilled specialists Our Department and rooms for ladies in tha Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute are so arranged a to be the afflicted of our land without the most very private and free from the annoyances so common in ether ftun I Send ten cents in postage stamps for our larga perfect complete and extensive provision for institutions Complete LUHSDlSBSS tho most improved treatment of diseases rous woodTreatise on Diseases of Women illustrated with ncaae cuts and colored plates of tho air pussagos and lungs such as tfhroiiI Nasal Gatarrlt Inrvnp eases affecting the region tis Bronchitis Asthma and Ccnsumptioii wo have bowel Pile I largely treated and with of the lowersuccess ara made this branch of our institution one of the leading Depart- Â¬ marvelous by ments We have every kind of useful instrument for examining specialists who give their whole time to the study and this class of affections We never the organs involved such as rhinoscopes laryngoscopes stetho- Â¬ TuhorsJ fail treatment oftumors however large When the scopes spirometers etc eta as well as all of the most approved to cure pile patient can come here for treatment Tire will Mnds of apparatus for the application of sprays fumigations ntomizations pulverizations inhalations and all other forms of jpiarantee a enro approved medicinal applications Fortunately for suffering humanity a method of treatment bag we publish three separate books on Nasal Throat and Luntr been perfected and thoroughly tested in our Institutions by whica diseases viz A Treatise on Consumption Laryngitis and Bron- Â¬ in from six to fiCteen days radical and perfect cures of the worst chitis price postpaid ten cnits A treatise on Asthma or forms of piles are effected without causing any severs sufferingPhthisic giving new and successful treatment price postpaid Send ten cents in stamps for our large illustrated Treatise on Piles ten cents A treatise on Chronic Nasal Catarrh price postpaid ot aeruia nreaca or Kixpsrare no matterage B how long standing of what two cents or what the 3 oi tne patient may be If not under four years is J HPT1RF ma Oygpopsia liiver Complaint Ob Diseases of stiuate Constipation Chronic Diar Â¬ case undertaken bv our gfeeialitx rhea Tawo trornis and kindred affections are among those chronic diseases in the suc-Â¬ wlthout the fen lfe withoBt dependence w ti4t j w nnd iriMsmt 1971701 9 cessful treatment of which our specialists have IvnssnsL Disestioh f attained unparalleled success Many of the dis- Â¬ TuanW kuilV There is no longer any need of wearhyr clumsy eases affectmar tho liver and other onrara con i nnLtr SnQI awkward chafing old trusses which at best give tributing in their functions to tho process of digestion are very TnnoBro only partial relief which never cure but often intuctr obscure and are not infrcqently mistaken by both laymen and nUo juO great injury and induce physicians for other maladies and treatment is employed directed tion from which thousands annually inflammation and strangulaÂ¬ die to the removal of a disease which does not exist Our Complete Treatise on diseases of tho Digestive Organs will be sent to any - us1 11 There is no safety in depending upon any kind of trues nu tuougn no uouut vvvry man wno aas sunereu tse SKOfiies address on receipt of ten cents in postage stamps of a strangulated hernia and died thought htrr i BRIGETBS UISSASE DIABSTES And Psrr Both the runture and the truss keen ira a mental straingafe Qfiru an largely treated i KiQHE I kindred maladies have been very cases which had induce nerous debility and various organic weakaesea of tha and cures effected in thousands of kidneys bladder and associate organs been pronounced beyond hope The study and CX7KES GUARANTEED I Disuses I practice of chemical analysis and microscopical Can any Euffcrer askrf or greater in every caso HncrtJllcaH inducements than these examination 01 tne urine in our consideration iuiUtt mi inn iiii iV Notwithstanding the great number of ruptures treated in the of cases with reference to correct dlaemrais in which our institution long ago became famous has naturally led three years past many of them of immense size and of such a plan of could to a very extensive practice in diseases of tho urinary organs character that no otherwhich this treatment systempossibly have every case perfected of treatment Our specialists have acquired through a vast and varied experi- Â¬ succeededthoroughly to applied has been perfectly cured Only a ence great expertness in determining the exact nature of each has been Invalids Hotel and Surgical institute la case and hence have been successful in nicely adapting their few days residence at the necessary remedies for tho cure of each individual case Abuffdnnt references by permission of those wnon we na Tho treatment of diseases of the urinary organs havinsr consti tuted a prominent branch or specialty of our practice at tho cured will be furnished to any ono wishing to call upon or write Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute and being in constant re- - them An illustrated treatise onBuptare sent to any address upoa ceipt or numerous inquiries tor a complete out concise wors on the naturo and curability of these maladies wo have published a receipt af ten cents urgamc wcaimess nervou3 debuityi nreisaimra large Illustrated treatise on these diseases which will be sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in postage stamps ot involuntary nninivr I cccune and tne manly powers are speedily vital thor INPIiAEIirfATION OP THE ULLluAit 1 losses and kindred affections 3 oughly permanently cured BZiAD3EK Gravel Enlarged ProsÂ¬ xo tnoso acquaintea witn our Invitations iiSEASES I SliOOEH j tate Gland Uetention of Urine and hardly necessary to say that the Invalids Hotel it Is and kindred affections may bo included among those with nihruiimini in the cure of which our specialists have achieved Jocated at No Sunrical Institute Street the fcrsncliEngland have New London marvelous success Theso are fully treated of for many years 3enjoyedOxford the distinction of being the in our illurtrjitol mrrrohlefc on TTrinarv Diseases patronized and widely celebrated institutions In tho most largely world for tha It includes numerous testimonials from well known people Sent treatment and euro of those affections which arise from youthful by mail for ten cents In 6tamps Send for it at once indiscretlona and pernicious solitary practices wen o We many vears ago established a special Departaent for 44JXKC9 jmt nunoreus oi cases oi tue worsttorm treatment of theso diseases under the management of somotha K of J 1 of strictures many of them greatly aggravated the most skinful physicians and surgeons on our Staff In order U LUU UUUUS13 U3UU1 UlSUlUUUiUlUfc 11 IIIIIIM that all who apply to us might receive all the advantages of a full or inexDerienced nhvrieians anfl Knrawnn nans Council of the most experienced medical men Ing false passages urinary fistula and other complications annu Â¬ 110 apology for devoting eo much atten ally consult us for relief and cure That no caso of this class is WP firrcn tton too difficult for the skill of our specialists is proved by cures re KfJ lOilinGy to this neglected class of dSeaees believicrc ported in our illustrated treatise on these maladies to which we nU arULUr 5 c0110 ol Innnsnity is too wretched to merit the and of the refer with pride To intrust this class of cases to physicians of fession to which wesympathy Manybest servicesfrom nobie pro Â¬ belong these small experience is a dangerous proceeding Many a man has diseases contract them innocently who suffer Why any medical manter ibla Intent been ruined for lifo by so doing while thousands annually lose on doing good and alleviating- suffering should ehun such cases their lives through unskillful treatment Send particulars of your wo cannot Imagine Why any one should consider case and ten cents in postage Btamps for a large illustrated trea Â¬ than most honorable to euro tho worst casa at these it otherwise diseases ws tise containing many testimonials cannot understand and yet of all the other maladies which akrJ Epiloptic ConvnlsIonB or Fits Pa- - mankind there aro probably none about which physicians la Palsy I Hebvqos I ralysi or uance Locomotoror Ataxia j cral practice know so Utilecelebrated t sleep inaouity We insomnia Dr Bartholow who viiusi threatened insanity Nervous think fully agree with tho profession that this subject says I to and It reproach to j Debility arisingevery overstudy excesses and permitteda In a measure our our own indifference to passhas bees from j Diseases other causes and by into the variety of nervous affec hands of unscrupulous pretenders Because is disaÂ¬ tion are treated bv our RDecifllLrt q for thps dis greeable competent physicians are loath to bethe subject with ifc concerned eases with a measure of success heretofore regarded as Impossible The same unnecessary causes the treataeet of this See numerous cases reported In our different Illustrated pam malady to be avoided infastidiousness private practice on nervou3 diseases any one of which will be sent for ten ohlets We shall thcrefbre continue cents in postage stamps when request for them Is accompanied best consideration sympathy andas heretofore to treat with oar skill all may know fering from any of these delicate diseases appcaata who are sufÂ¬ with a statement of a case for consultation so that we which one of our Treatises to send Our Complete and niustrated Treatise oo these subjects is sent So alarmingly prevalent are those chronio dis-any peculiar icmalcs and so nnnorr Uv I easesinstitutionstobecome for their famous have toAZiXiaddress on receipt of ten cents in stamps CHRONIC DISEASES A SFECIlITYr Althos cure that we UldbAOLO 1 our Trcre long ago obliged to create a special depart- - wo have in the preceding paragraphs raado mention of soaeot men thoroughly organized and devoted cr- - the special ailments to which particular attention fe gives by the WflyClj Ciumuii Inetharte i cZtwfreli to the treatment of these case Thft t specialists at the Invalids Hotel and Surgicalapparatus yet the abounds msbkbotiiii mi uhvuicians and sunreons in this TjpTTmpnt institution treatment in skill facilities and for tae of every form of chronic ailment whether successful cave maiie tuese aeiicace diseases meir soie stuav cure medical or surgical means Hundreds are brought to our institutions from far distant States requiringfor itsInquiry or of conaikation should be addressed to All letters of on beds and they go home well and strong Every case consult- Â¬ ing our specialists whether by letter or in person 13 given the qilds most careful and considerate attention Every Important esse and we get few which have net already baffled the skill of all the 663 3am Btrest BTJlTAliO T-- to the treatment 6uai TuanT i tion dedicated 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