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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- S vt EF-- t- - JBc r Fife - i j -- -- -- W - 1 The Hazel Green Herald THE HEEALB OF A KOISY WORLD WITH STEWS FROM t fv 3 su -- 4J SftNCER CQOfEllj Owner and Editor Alii NATIOHS 1886 100 A YEAR Always in ANMt 31 IV VOLUME II -- HAZEL GKEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 how it was made no one snows THE DAIRY MORMON NUMBER -- r The professorships Greck literature ethics art is lost The Hcidclbtrgcrs nre as physics mathematics poetry and eloK e Is a guceticm the maidens are tskin fond of their cattle as of their univer Â¬ quence and who o enriched the library Mow tn welajTUi ourselves fair Ott eikiaks that her cheoko arc u little too sity and a few 3ears ago they founded that it is often said that he created it a society for its preservation called and who built a palace in the old castle AsGtWer le nuzzling her pretty bead Sehlossvercm or Castle Association the ruin of which is a wonder of grace To Know iiow to curl her Htrahjht hair Another attraction is the long bridge and beauty Another picture was the Thtejaesies chefcs arc a little too pals across the Neckar river Heidelbergers young light hearted Friedrich V with Mow cw re make them red are never lit ad of repeating that the his bride Elizabeth Stuart the beauti- Â¬ AthfcjRiie ladraihandu are not qnlte As fMeof b ad slender and soft nd white great Goethe said it was the most beau- Â¬ ful grand daughter of Mary Queen of A iRdys should be be said tiful bridge in the world Scots at his sfde as they rode through trifle too The old university buildings arc in tlie Hauptstrasse to the great castle on Ad tits ono thinks shes a too smell plump Anotner one thinks sbes the geographical the A young the heights quite as Jer teeth axe notvedo lorpretty as pearls They front a little center ofcalled town English woman who wasand beautiful square Afed nlvat shall visiting the Lud these poor poor itls She sat on wig s platz The oldest of the buildings town simulated the bride Ttiut cita not e happy at all were built in 1712 15 to take the place a spirited horse and was covered with a of the old structures which had been re Â¬ blue and white canopjon four upright And I who look at them can not see Why ibey are dissatisfied moved The buildings are of stone shaft The colors of the Palatinate Tley look Ukc a warden of roses In bloom Yet over thjm all there Is resting the gloom and are high square and homely They and the three feathers of the Prince of Of some ancled beauty denied are absolutely without modern con- Â¬ Wales were at the four corners of tho venience The universities in Bonn canopy and a royal crown in the center The mystical secret Is mine to Impart and Berlin are palaces in comparison on the top The lady wore a cream Listen all who covet the power Of icautys magic The wonderful art Irrom the time of its founding the colored brocade dress embroidered Lies down In the depths of a gentlo heart university nourished for nearlv with pearls and a high ruff trimmed Aad shines Irom the eyes every hour years three hundred It had with rare old lace The hands that do charitys gentle deeds the finest library of any university Some of the windows of the Darm Arewbkeas the ansels above in Europe The most expensive tomes stadter House were rented for high And whether the cheeks be rosy or fair If insocent blushes and health be there were bulky parchments bound in costljr prices The costumes for tlie proces- Â¬ Thoy are pretty enough to love leather velvet and silk fastened with sion are said to have cost over 150000 If over the beautiful Upa dear girls long chains and locks to long desks in There was a set banquet in the evening Hut pintle words are said the still existent galleries of the Church at which the Grand Duke presided in And whether the form be plump or slight of the Holy Ghost where no doubt the uniform of a Colonel of Dragoons If only the heart is pure and lipht Toa are pretty enough to wed students while mass was celebrating Every bodys health was drank begin Abbe JCinne in iVL Y Ledger below stole np the winding stairways ning with Kaiser Wilhelm and ending on the outside of the church to study w ith the students in arms A grand When the Reformation had swept over ba 11 brought to an end the grand iubi HEIDELBERGS JUBILEE Heidelberg University and left it a lee Chicago Times Protestant institution the country was A Notable Gathering at the Old overrun by Tillys soldiers in the thirty A VALUABLE METAL years war and for twenty years no stu- Â¬ vUniversitysTour dent matriculated and the university How Quicksilver Is Obtained and the Many had no rector which is the office of Uses to Which It J Tut History of tho Village and Count Ru Â¬ highest academical dignity Quicksilver forms part of a soft red The world renowned library was sent precht Founder of tlie Crcat School to Pope Gregory XV hy the reigning rock called cinnabar composed of mer A World Kcnownod Library Bavarian prince Duke lax after Hei- Â¬ cury and sulphur The cinnabar is Customs or the Students delberg was destroyed A part of tlie crushed and exposed to the heat when ceremonies last week in Heidelberg was The romantic town of Heidelberg in the presentation bv a Papal ablegate to the metal in form of vapor passes into South Gentian v has been in a whirl of tlie rector ttie Crown Prince of Baden a vessel suitable for the purpose where excitement in celebrating the live hun Â¬ of an exact catalogue of the precious it is cooled Then being reduced to its dredth anniversary of the founding of manuscripts once in the university libra- Â¬ liquid state it is pure and fit for ue in the When Vatican library The Heidelberg University The Crown ry but now in thehas now over 300000 heat the men workingquicksilvermines will rocks the university library Irince of Germany has been so gracious volumes among them 3000 manu- Â¬ sometimes roll out in drops as large as 5to be on hand The hereditary Grand scripts a pigeons egg and fall on the ground Duke of Baden has royally entertained The university has faculties ot theol- Â¬ in a million sparkling globules It is his guests in town The little place has ogy law medicine philosophy and said to be very beautiful against the been so filled with visitors from all science It is only in tlie last ten years dark red rock glittering everywhere while every living direction the with parts of the civilized world that the that it has grown in the medicine ofThe crack this crevice silver filled with it is also and natural sciences and hotels could not begin to contain them prefessors and lecturers number 120 Just as wood floats on water because it and guests have had td go away in trains Over 1000 students matriculate every is lighter so large stones thrown into a to stsy all night and to return to the year in the academic course kettle of mercury would float on top it Like all German universities Heidel- Â¬ is so much more heavy a substance than festivities in the morning There were many Americans among the visitors berg accords great freedom to her stu- Â¬ the stone dents The professors have their own There are only four important local- Â¬ The Johns Hopkins University of courts of law called special courts to ities where it is obtained California Baltimore Yale and Harvard colleges try offenders In fact the univerity Peru Austria and Almaden in Spain Oxford and Cambridge in England and in all save the gravest offenses is a law Tlie mines in Peru were discovered in a when the Edinburg University in Scotland unto itself VTnls is an inheritance datÂ¬ curious manner Cinnabar were represented Delegates were sent ing from the very foundation of the ground very fine makes a beautiful red from the universities of Bologna university The country was overrun paint The Indians used this to orna- Â¬ Upsola Lund Leyden Utrecht Amster- Â¬ by robbers and while Count Palatine ment their bodies on great occasions dam Moscow the French Academy Ruprecht L maintained two robber This caused the country where they from the Pope at Rome and from the bands with headquarters near what is lived to be examined and tlie cinnabar universities of Stockholm and Brussels now the town of Spies yet he decreed was found The Romans ued this The jubilee began with services of praise that his students should not be molest- Â¬ paint hundreds of years ago in decorat Â¬ jto the Almighty for preserving the uni Â¬ ed Whatever any one did to offend his ing their images It is of great value neighbor the faculty of the university now in our times and we call it ver- Â¬ versity intact while the town itself has been pillaged and sacked again and should consider and inliict the punish- milion again and its beautiful architecture ment Efforts to change this law have This wonderful quickslver is very destroyed Following honorary de-Â¬ proven unavailing It is said that the useful in separating metals from the grees were bestowed upon distin Â¬ noblemen who have tlie power to change rocks to which they cling The rocks guished persons on both continents tlie laws will not do so partly because are crushed fine sifted and washed un- Â¬ Then there was a grand banquet in they have enjoyed the freedom from til as much of the gold and silver is re- Â¬ Iscckar Hall at which the Grand Duke outside restraint when they were them- Â¬ moved as possible Then it is placed in of Baden presided The Crown Prince selves students and partly because their a bottle with the quickslver which of Germany was present and healths sons are at the universities and the gov- Â¬ seems to absorb it at once separating were dranl in high German fashion ernors want to have the boy have a it entirely from every particle of sand Afterward there was a procession in good time while they are young The or rock If the metal to be cleaned is whiehfthe historical Counts and Barons boys have not been heard to complain of gold you will see a yellowish mus of a were represented in appropriate cos Â¬ this way of looking at the question sort of paste or amalgam This i tume and the celebration closed with a As in other German universities the heated and the mercury or quicksilver jirand ball and a special performance Heidelberg student are divided into fiies away leaving behind it pure gold at Heidelbergs only theater societies There arc two clascs of It is only after years of patient toil and The town is of small consequence societies the corps and the burchen very many unsuccessful attempts that commercially or politically It is situ Â¬ schaftcn To the corps belong the sons this wonder working process was ated in a picturesque and fertile Tegion of high Government oiiieials and they brought about a few miles from the Rhine on the are conservative in tone to the bur Not many years ago near the rich river Ncckar The nearest large towns schenschaften belong the liberals who gold mines of California there were dis- Â¬ are Carlsruhe and Minnheim The are usually not so rich as the corps covered large mines of quicksilver IfNGckar narrows as it approaches the members and who like the Irishman Previous to this all the quicksilver had town and flowing between precipitous that land at Cattle garden aro agin to be shipped to this country from for- Â¬ steeps passes on to the broad open the Government on general prin- Â¬ eign shores which made it verv hard to country bilow When the university ciples Each corps is dstingui hed by obtain and very expensive Now tlie was founded the whole region was wild its colors There arc five colors at tables are turned For we after supply Â¬ Every mountain pass was infested by Heidelberg the Saxo Borussia whose ing our own demand can supply other Tobber bands and property belonged to colors are blue white and black the countries ourselves plentifully liira who had the strongest band The Suevia white green and black the Although mercury is so useful in many founder of the university was Count Rhenania blue white and red the was it is alo a deadly poison and its Palatine Ruprecht It was tlie Counts Westphalia green while and black vapor so dangerous that in the search fine old fashined way to confiscate the and the Vandalia sxeen white and for it many persons have lost their lives treasures of the merchants of the South black These colors arc worn on a rib- Â¬ Not many years ago the mines of AuMria ho happened in his direction as they bon worn over the waistcoat and under took lire and thirteen hundred work carried on a trade with the countries the outer garment and parsing from men were poisoned many of them d ing of tho north and west of Eu Â¬ the right shoulder downward diagonal Â¬ in consequence and the water used to rope It was the fashion for powerful ly across the brea t to the left hip The quench the flames pumped into a river nobles to found institutions of learning colors are also shown in Intrknoten or near by caused all the fish in the river in that age when the new studies1 as beer knots worn like a charm on the to die disputations according to the Aris Â¬ watchchain On their caps also i an Have you ever seen mercury carried totelian method were called rose in insignia of the corps The students about It is put in sheepskin bigs and the estimation of thinking men and official uniform on formal occasions is cast iron bottles It is so heavy that in Â¬ scholars Carl of Prague was so en- Â¬ a corevisia cap as it is called shaped stead of an ordinary cork an iron stopthusiastically fond of the new studies like a round fiat pie pan and worn tip- Â¬ per is used screwed in Sometimes that he held disputations in a kind of ped over the right eye and these bags do sad havoc as in the case tournament in his palace at Prague fastened in place by an clatie of a storage of several in the hold of a Count Palatine Ruprecht L felt the in Â¬ under the chin else it might ship bringing it to this country Some fluence of his cousin and he founded tumble offschhujer gloves high top of the bag leaked Everybody on board the University of Heidelberg aided by boots white leather breeches and a was poisoned Every bit of metal was the gold he had squeezed out of the un Â¬ black velvet short coat In drinking covered with a silver coating of quick lucky commercial travelers of that age beer and dueling with scliiaqer the silver Interior The university is the oldest in Germany Heidelberg like other German students Those of Vienna and Prague only are takes a keen delight It has been the GREAT PROVOCATION older It was a Roman Catholic inÂ¬ practice of many great families to send stitution originally and was opened by their son s to Heidelberg for two years Why a Dakota Justice Discharged a Man thexielebration of mass attended bv ail and when they get toughened to transÂ¬ Charged with a Serious Crime the students on October 13 1386 The fer them to Bonn or Berlin You arc charged with an attempt to jubilee was held in August in order not The crowning spectacle of the jubilee to interfere with tho work of tlie school was the procession wlrch marched two kill said a Dakota justice of the peace year miles along the Hauptstrassethe Broad Â¬ to a man brought before him The town itself lies principally on way of the town It placed before the Yes replied the prisoner one street which is about three miles spectator the historv of the last five As I understand it you shot at the 3ong It was once renowned for its hundred years of the old town Nearly man several times cnased him around a magnificent architecture but this has two thousand persons were in the line block and set a large vicious dog on perished in the bloody sieges wars and The banner of the old Gorman Empire him conflagrations Irom which the town has was carried in the van and that of the Yes I believe I did buffered The important buildings arc Kaiser Wilhelm in the rear Historical Then you plead guilty few The largest is the Church of the characters were represented by the No sir there were extenuating cir-Â¬ Holy Ghost in which the religious artists who arranged the procession and cumstances services were held and the conferring of by the handsome sons and beautiful This court can not recognize any honorary degrees took place Another daughters of the wealthiest resi- Â¬ thnif of the kind when the offense is so historical churoh is that of St Peters dents of the town After the figure serious Your bail is placed at five on the door of which Jerome of of old Count Ruprecht L the founder thousand dollars the companian of the came a triking group of knights Prague Hold on Judge that man abused martyr Hmss nailed hi theses attack- Â¬ surrounding the figure of Friedricn I j me ing the Pope Every body has heard of who was elector from 1452 to 1475 The Mr That makes no difference tlie ruins of Heidelberg caaile formerly knights were clad from head to foot in Sheriff remove the prisoner the residence of the Electors of PalaÂ¬ suits of black armor Fritz as he Wait a minute your Honor he said I tine and which in 1764 was set on fire was called was represented returning didnt have P and consumed Every American vis Â¬ in triumph to the town on June 30 Remove the prisoner to see the marvelous ruin and 1462 after conquering the Margrave of But he told me I didnt haye sgnse itor goes he does not neglect to see the tun in the Baden the Bishop of Metz and Count enough to serve on a Chicago jury cellar whieh wjII hold two hundred and Ulrich of Wurterfiburg Then followed An well this is new light on the eightvlfcree thousand two hundred Otto Heinricli who reigned from 155G case and makes it entirely different I 3wttles of wine The tun is tx 1559 friend of Melanotiiou who did didnt know your provocation to shoot jm lairty ixfwthigh and ws made in j way with tho Aristotelian method ia was so great You aro discharged 4 ikcliii century En lis uiYsrdiy 2 BU ad iauroduesd 3vs giteltins Â¬ Â¬ - PETTY GIRLS OATHS How Let the milking be done quickly and quietly regularly and thoroughly Farm Field and Slockinan A small cheap centrifugal separator is wanted It is a wonder that no inventor has yet made one for the use or individual farmers Rural New Yorker Do not attempt to dry off a cow that is in good flesh while she is giving any considerable amount of milk It is much safer and less injurious to milk them till they calve Farm Field and Â¬ as salt as possible with washing it while in the granular state in strong brine working and packing it im- Â¬ mediately and vet it will never be streaked j nor will it have the objec- Â¬ tionable mottled appearance if addi- Â¬ tional dry sal t is added after it is washed in brine We take this statement on trust because it looks reasonable American Dairyman Never tolerate a slow milker and if a cow holds up so that she can not be milked rapidiy turn her off to the butcher If the milk flows rapidly a good milker should be able to strip a cow in between four and five minutes The quantity given has not much to do with the time required as cows which are nearly dry or give only a small quantity need a good deal of stripping become hard milkers Probably nothing will produce this effect quicker than dragging the udder through mud or muddy water The cowmay wade th cough mud to drink or in crossing a spring run and the same application for one that milks too easy and leaks her milk would bo far better than alum water or oak bark tea It will make the skin as rough as a toads back in a short time Troy N Y Â¬ Stockman It is said that you can make butter Boston Globe Some easy milkers will suddenly Â¬ Peculiar Obligations Taken in the Salt Lake Endowment House What oaths must be taken in the endowment house Well there is the first oath of tho Aaronic or lesser priesthood The can- Â¬ didates must swear to obey implicitly the laws of the Mormon church and all it enjoins in preference to those of tho United States The penalty for break- Â¬ ing this oath is to have Your throat cut from ear to ear and the tongue torn out by its roots After taking this oath the candidate is made to draw his hand across the throat as a reminder of what may be expected in case of its violation There is a grip which is made known to those who take the oath In consists in placing the thumb on the index- finger and clasping the hand around The second oath is the second degree of the Aaronic or lesser priesthood This is tlie oath of chastity The woman is to have but one husband but the man can lake as many wives as he wants and tho more wives he takes the better Moi mon he is and the greater will be his reward hereafter The grip of the oath of chastity consists in placing the thumb between the knuckles of the index and second fingers and clasping the hand around The penalty for breaking this oath is to have the body sawn asunder and then The candidate is thrown into the sea required after taking the oath to draw the hand sharply across the middle of the body Then there is the first grip of the Melchiscdee or higher order of the priesthood of which the order hold that Christ was a member Those who enter this order are made to swear to avenge the deaths of Joseph Smith the martyr and his brother Hiram on the American nation and to teach their Valuable Pluiries Ostrich chicken feathers afc ttsetess until thoy are a year old they are rare- Â¬ ly cut before At twelve months they are cut off The stumps dry and after a few weeks the bird sheds them or they call be drawn outwithout pain and with ease The feathers then take six months to grow before they can again OSTRICH FEATHERS the Health or th Bird Affect Its PITH AND POINT Pasteur ought to come to tirs coun Â¬ try and tackle the picnic Times Lady to servant whom shonsaboufc to engage These arc my conditions do thev suit von Servant 4PmIlJ see I always take ladies on CriaLv -- Times Â¬ Let a drop of fresh milk fall into a If the milk glass of pure water promptly disseminates itself through the water the cow that yielded that milk is not with calf but if it sinks to the bottom of the glass as it falls upon the water and does not produce but little of a milky cloud the cow is preg Â¬ nant The specific gravity and viscid Â¬ ity of the albuminous milk being heavier than water thus retains- the drop of milk and causes it to sink Field and Farm Much of the poor butter we get in the market is poor from the fact jthat the cream had been kept too long before it was churned Some portions of it probably began to decompose Cream is but animal matter at best and when decomposition commences must neces- Â¬ sarily be bad and unwholesome aa would be putrid meat Cream kept too warm will not make gilt edged butter If kept warm it needs to be churned at the first approach of milk acidity but if left too long it then floats on a thin watery whey which is a sign that de- Â¬ composition of some of its parts has set Western Rural in - children and their childrens children to do the same The grip consists in placing the thumb on the knuckle of the index fin- Â¬ ger the latter being placed straight along the palm of the hand while tho lower part is clasped by the other fin Â¬ gers The penalty for breaking tlrs oath is not a very slight one it is dis- Â¬ embowel men t There is one more order of JMelchise die Whoever enters that order must swear absolute obedience to the Mor-Â¬ mon priesthood Li giving the grip of this order the hands of the two persons clap each other with the end of the in Â¬ dex finger resting on the wrist and tho little lingers closely locked together The place on the wrist where the index linger rests is supposed to correspond with the place the nails pierced when Christ was crucified but as tho nails tore out at first and the Saviour had to be again fastened to the cross you place your second finger beside the in- dex finger on the wrist Tlns is caiicu the sure sign of the nal These arc the oaths that all who go through the endowment house must lake To He for the church is consid- Â¬ ered in the Mormon religion not to bo a sin on the contrary something to be commended AN OLD A7 MACHINE MADE CREAM Butter Made from Separated Cream En Â¬ joying Universal Popularity Y Morninq Journal Three pluckings are obtaina Â¬ ble in two years time The process of plucking continues for many years but it requires the greatest caro to prevent The feath- Â¬ tho feathers deteriorating ers from the wild bird are tho longest and finest but rarely more than three on one bird are sufficiently perfect to render them fit for commerce Hence th necessity of the farm A male bird turns black at about the age of eighteen The black and months feathers are pulled from different parts of the body the white feathers come from one row only in the wing tail feathers are never as white as those in the wing and are usually bleached So little is known about for tips the habits of tlie ostrich that people are surprised to find how the health of the bird affects its feathers In manvof the best feathers is what appears to be a line running across the feather This is not caused by the may be tightly packing string being too tied but by a days illness So delicate are the feathers and so inti-Â¬ mately and so wonderfully connected with the organization of the bird that a dnys dvspepsia from overfeeding or un-Â¬ derfeeding will leave this mark A del- Â¬ icate bird has its feathers more or less marked throughout Ostriches are not camped out for breeding until the male bird is four and the hen three years of age They lay from ten to fifteen eggs and incubate forty two days The male bird is a pattern husband and father if accident should overtake his mate it is most usual for him to continue the sit- Â¬ ting and he has frequently been known to bring oft the brood successfully mothering them with the greatest care until they can peck which is not until three days after hatching The nest of the ostrich is always in the sand and is scratched out by the male bird the hen forms a perfect wall of sand round her with her wings before the The ostrich knows eggs are hatched no fear and is a most formidable and dangerous opponent Their cry which answers to cock crowing is a deep bel-Â¬ low that can be heard for a couple of The miles and is called bromming depression in ostrich farming has been caused by an overstocked market Naturally those in climates suited to the bird imported them from the Gape When the steed was stolen the Capo Government locked the stable door but alas the one hundred pounds premium on every bird exported was too late a measure to prevent thriving farms growing in Australia and India and it is with chagrin bordering on despair that the Cape farmers find the retail Chicago trade gleaning the profits be cut black-and-whi- te Hast thou a grievance It ir aKatlw thing to carry around SeH yonrgriev- anco for a song but do not sngthe song Little Reck Ark Gnzeife Now that creased pants ant raugh l edged paper are fashionable the needful to complete the edttora thing happiness is a craze for frayed Free Fres Teacher Johnny Sunday school do you understand the parable of ths shepherd and his sheep Johnny YcsT sir Teacher If you little children ar big the sheep what am I-- Johnny--- A sheep eir Chicago MaiL A modern writer says man fe In a great romantic to a woman many cases judging from the number of hard worked and worn out wives man ia more of a tragedv to a wpnian The romance is all beiore marriage i Patient So glad you nave come am in such pain I Doctor doctor Patienfc 1 Well wheres the trouble suffer so dreadfully from my cosnsc Doctor Corns eh ahem meditative ly just show me your tongue JV7 1 cuftan-r-Buriingion l Teleqram He insulted him in the deadliest wayinvited him to dinuer and offered him calfs brains a la Knickerbocker for the Town Topics entree see Lucinda thev are gqmirld I have a new music pugoda at Manhattan Beach We must go down ncxtf wegk I dont think I care to Henry 1 tatnt bear pagodas If they were goingjto play waltzes why I wouldnH mrorf Pagodas are too classical Country editor to assistant In your editorial on the murder cube Mr Smith you do not make uae of the ex-Â¬ pression forging the links iii thcdsuwi No sirr I Assistant of evidence Shall I stop the press and forgot it Cor Country editor work it in Ar 11 Sun tainly She after a private theaincaFcn How cleverly the prto tertainment Rome and Juliet were played Mr of Very almost equal to He Smith She -- Did you professional work know that the gentleman and lady who played the parts are husband and wifo Ttd-Bite- 1 ber is going to call Brown out Why what is the trouble lieve it is At the Dudery Is it true Smith -- He wife Yon astonish me Husband jfcni Whv it was wonderful acting Life A young lady reading in a newspaÂ¬ per the other day of a girl having hjion made crazy by a sudden fcss calltMl H attention of her uncle who was in the room to that singular ocGurreua whereupon the old gentleman gpitly demanded what th fool had gont era iv What d d she go cray for for archly returned the ingenuous mniflen A4 I Why for more I suppose Ledger Mamma INVENTION Â¬ Â¬ -- l j Vmttci Various speculations and notions concerning cream from the centrifugal separator arc being indulged in just now and mainly so we think because as a people we know so little about it A great many have the true Hibernian faith in what they dont know and so fall to speculating rather than reasoning from facts Facts are hard to get but notions come easily It is quite evident that separated cream like every thing else in this world has an identity of its own and consequently is a Out of this and be Â¬ law unto itself cause many butter makers treat it just as though it was separated in the ordi- Â¬ nary or gravity way has come certain features peculiar to it which are hard For instance the yield to understand of butter with ordinary milk is some- Â¬ what greater This has led certain writers to claim that the yield wis caused by the addition of caseiao We will not assert that it is not but we can hardly see it in the light of the fact that the final act of churn- Â¬ ing is that of separating the butter fat Buttermilk is from the cascine nothing more than sour caseine and water A certain amount of caseine goes with the cream in all methods of separation but is separated from the butter in churning It will require a chemical analysis of the two kinds of butter to prove whether more caseine is retained in the separator article than in the other Some havo thought that they had detected a certain loss of grain or texture in the separator butter In this opinion we have shared with others But that can easily be accounted for on the ground that the separator lakes more of the smaller globules of butter fat than any other process Small globule milk always makes butter that is somewhat deficient in body The larger the fat globules the more body will the butter have In ordinary processes of cream raising a considerable portion of the smaller globules are left in the skim milk The merciless separator takes them will to that extent and all modification of a there ensue the body or texture of the butter Whether or not the heating of the milk to seventy five or eighty degrees previ- Â¬ ous to its separation together with the great mechauical force exerted by the separator may not have a subdividing effect upon the fat globules is an open question If this is the effect it will go far to explain the loss of texture We have long been of the opinion that centrifugal cream should be cooled to a much Tower degree as it comes from the separator than many are in the habit of doing and further if it is desired to preserve the skim milk sweet for anv length of time that should be cooled to at least forty five degrees as soon v t is separated It re r -- ins a fact however that but- Â¬ ter made from separated cream sells well in the market and largely so we think because the best butter market requires a fresh flavored article and does not care for long keeping quali Mss Hoards Dairymaiu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Description ol llookes Telephone Used in the Year 1GG4 And as glasses have highly promoted our seeing so tis not improbable but that there may be found many mechan Â¬ ical inventors to improve our other senses of hearing smelling tasting Tis not impossible to hear touching a whisper a furlongs distance it having been already done and perhaps the nature of the thing would not make it more impossible though that furlong And should be ten times multiplied though some famous authors havo affirmed it impossible to hear through the thinnest plate of Muscovy glass yet I know a way by which it is easy enough to hear one speak through a wall a yard thick It has not yet been thoroughly examined how far Oto cousticons may be improved nor what other ways there may be of quickening our hearing or conveying sounds through other bodies than the air for I can as-Â¬ that is not the only medium sure the reader that I have by the help of a distended wire propagated the sound to a very considerable distance in an instant or with seemingly as quick a motion as that of light at least in Â¬ comparably swifter than that which at the same time was propagated through the air and this not only in a slraght line or direct but in one bended in many angles From Works of Robert Hookc Bublisied in 1664 The Wheat of the Pharaohs There is a proverb which says that there are more false facts than false Indeed false theories in the world theories spring from mistakes as to facts or a wrong interpretation of them An instance of this is the ease of wheat found in the cotlins of Egyptian mummies It lists been stated over and and over again that such wheat retained its vitality for over four thousand years and had sprouted as fresh and green as the seeds of last years planting Minis- Â¬ ter S S Cox wlio represents this coun- Â¬ try at Constantinople had this matter thoroughly tested He sent a package of wheat found in the graves of mum- Â¬ mies to responsible agriculturists in this country who planted it under the most favorable conditions but it would not Indeed it was found on germinate cutting the seed that it had turned to dust BemoresCs Monthly three persons father and son and a neighbor were recently indulging in a drinking spree near the town when the neighbor suddenly conceived a desire for a wife At first the father and son proposed to sell lum the old lady but she was objected to because of her ex-Â¬ treme age The son then offered the man his wife to whom he had only been married a year for 3 cash or 5 on time The money was paid and the husband tying a rope around his witos leg placed the end of it in the hands of the purchaser with a formula duly witnessed renouncing all right title ami claim to the wife The woman was then led away by her new husbandi A remarkable story is related by the A party of Norwood Ont Register what are you looking asked Little Mamie Flapjack 9 for WHOLESOME Pni her mother the widow Flapjack A Simple Keceipt Which Is Certalnlj looking for my wedding ring Pto Worth Trial hunted for it high and low I wouldnt I wouldn tbpfih It is strange that so manv people lose it for anytlrng so litttc about the prepara Â¬ er about it mamma If it comus jio tlie should know tion of really good food It is useless to worst you can get married again Twit a what going to do when Plii point out a few shining examples here widowIm Texas siftiiys and there- - go east or west or north or HIS PRECIOUS TRUN3 south and good bread for instance is coffee who has Eperinc of a Oeroit Tsx Parer Who Is almost unknown And uot shuddered time and again at the Perecuted Iy IU uck I served under that name decoction There was one man who didnt VaZc have drank it when I could not have kindly to the late accident on the told to save my life whether I was Shore by which a dozen or more truajc drinking coffee or tea or both or some- Â¬ were smashed and their contents When the passengers wue thing else But to return to bread To ruined good it should be white notified to exhibit their checksand make be really damages this maivexs spongy and lough with a dark red a statement of piece of brass and declined crust that melts in the mouth with an hibitcd his that nothing less indescribable sweetness and leaves but dollars would make than three hundred him whole one wish in the heart more bread To Pretty valuable trunk remarked make it but two things arc necessary the officiaL good flour and goou hop yeast No Yes sir I was going to Europe for one can afford to use poor flour for it a year absorbs so much water that it will not passengers gathered at the wrecks go one half as far as flour of a better edTlie to identify what had been skvad car Â¬ grade The next requisite is home and as the parcels were banded down made yeast The dry kinds in mar Â¬ the checks were called the ket are seldom fresh and yeast oft number of out came a thin lean Pretty soon is so easily made and so easily whfea did kept that ft is poor policy to buy it cadaverous old carpet bag than a shirt not seem to contan more The following receipt I know to be and a pair of socks and as the mtmbr good Four potatoes two handfuls of was milled the oftiufnl con hops one tablespoonful of ginger two of the check list and remarked to the sulted his of salt half cup sugar and one half cup man of good fresh yeast Boil the potatoes This is Your baggage air and hops together and scald half a cup I think so of flour with the water as soon as Thats the sufficiently cold add the yeast sugar salt and ginger and ferment twenty trunk going to Europe with you 11V four hours and then bottle It will There was a general laugh at Kl ex keep six weeks in the hottest weather pense during which he retreated to tfis Haifa cupful will make from fonr to pasaeuger-car- Some one presently six loaves The bread should be set askpd him how he came to make suchr over night and thoroughly kneaded in mstake and he replied the morning the longer the better but from half to three quarters of an hour car Why dont ye know inI supposed th it had btrn and every thing Bake well and just before anyway hed to bits I never did have fir k takingfrom the oven wet the tops of sma the lqaves with cold water to insure that nohow in these ralroad smasli ups Detroit Free Press deep dark red glaze so dear to the good bread lovers heart Never use a par- Â¬ Just Like Mamma ticle of butter or lard in bread for it Ohio Cor destroys the crustiness If mothers could altvavs realize the Farmer ideals they reprcseut to their children they would be greutly- newiraged in Why the Old Man Was Slow their arduous dtcs A lady riding said a young upon a street car s aw a little boy whom Helloa Uncle Boggy A negro speaking to an old negro whom she knew So you have a little sslcr Willie Wynt yer she remarked pleasantly- - Xs she a he overtook in the street me pass yer dis pretty baby walk faster an not let way She looks just like mamma jwaa Hole on er minit the old man re- Â¬ the smiing answer asketf the What do you call her Yerve seed er man totin er quested lady sack o con haint yer Shes named after mamma an Oh yas sah swered the little fellow promptly An yers seed er man totin er Everybodv was smiling amL to re Â¬ empty sack I spoze lieve the fadys embarrassment hies I sho has Ah hah an didnt yer alius notice friend inquired the color of the babys dat de man whut aint gotnothin in his hair Its the same color as mammas sack walks faster den de one dats got a he responded timidly full sack A gentleman who had seen amused Yas sah by the dialogue asked tile wee man if Wall verse fs one o dem men wid Run er long son fur the new little sister was a good baby er empty sack Yes sir was thn prompt refTyi yer aint got weight ennff on yer S is just lik U5aTOoiaiXcfc2 hoi yer on do groan shoulders Id Arkanmw Tmvcltr m m Tribune m BREAD lL -- i Â¬ Y-c- -s threc-hundred-doL- ar - tltlk Â¬ - Â¬ tCft sfci j - sa r m Geeen Ebraidl Year Always i Aree fiPEffCES COOPER g11 r HON V Democratic TiSket- lijT Censrre Tfcth DiMrioL ST TVf vi r on iountya IEE OfX Equalization Fr Jord of of Menifee Conatv - Edttoe - will be worth considerable more in a few The Tenth district of Kentucky lying months while others who speak of the low PrepfacsicH a GreatfEarth ITtbL Wigginstlio South Several JLargery - in the eastern part of the State andrep price of cattle and the caruityof hogs Ih Cities to Te Destroyed resented in Congress bv Hon William think corn will advancebut little The P Taulbee is remarkable forthhomcK preentTpricc te 1 ajbarrel J f PREPARE FOR TROUBLE TO DAY Truly wo are the American People i t 91 K HMrliaJ DQM tre H STA fctfS igs Ba tri k SSx JTaTi RSTK2S i3 sn KJ3 sassa ssszz tO Ki thz L ii I K r i in 1 4 fc The Celebrated fir rt ff i lM n V k v- SA-J- - L his prediction is of Winchester and Mt Sterling In six- Â¬ regarded as worthy of weight Being teen counties with a population of 105 o seen by a reporter last evening he said 656 there are only sixty one foreign IK If is certain that an earthquake will horn people In teu counties with a L --JFr Conre Tenth District visit the Southern btates on the 29th of population of 75986vthere are only fifteen this month The disturbance will cross forein boru In five counties out of uait wji ju hu kst the Atlantic and will in all prpbability i 30lOf THnnlf thomarpt nnlvtliw u hnco uueut ooumerji xurup ouuia America nativity is not American Board f Equalization Jiel lircath- hable tobe aflected jitt Tetcher Pcrnvand Wolfe counties OELULH PATRICK orilagSffiu Cbtrnty and the upheaval will be a severe one have each onlv one foreign born resident - earthquakes in Leslie and Harlan counties have none Tfce jpress of tlie State seems at a loss Then- is no danger from Jncf anH Amnripo O til trip Qfl V v uuv vivu ovti aj lru l Ulii- kJUIl fted suitable candidate as standard then tlie earthquake force will move iMtrerof the Democratic Party in tlie jfrom east to west on a parallel a few de- Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve xt tterHatorla race We can help crees south of Charleston If Charles- - The Best Salve in the world for Cuts is- visited this tinie it can only be On Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Xhet4eciekm John T Haselrigg jton day that bores letter Chapped Hands Chilblains West Liberty vill fill the ching Being asked as to the parallel of latiÂ¬ Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ soki we now therefore nominate tude on which the disturbance would tively cures Piles or no pay required take place Wiggins r Governor of the Commonwealth tivity would be replied that the ac-- It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or confined to the thir- money refunded Price 2 3 cents per box iMCttriaoky Eastern Kentucky iscn- Jtcenth parallel of latitude and would For sale by all druggists Siii to iiis recognition in making up extend trom ocean to ocean The shocks A Coincidence ttbe rosier for the State slate and John would also affect San Prancisco and the Pacific slope North of parallel eleven weeks ago a fourteen year old X Jlaaelrigg more than any man in the disturbance will be mcteorolojricaL Two Mr son of Ambrose Wells was thrown ail the de Eafltars Xentuckv possesses ana will consist of a terrific storm in from a horse near his fathers home in serts Tecraislte for an Executive- - He fact a vast hurricane The disturbance the Salt Well neighborhood sustainsng parliamentarian throughout will be terrific and can not injuries that resulted fatdly From the ae a lawyer learned a giant in genius ian to cause widespread devastation time of the accident to the day of his witk scarcely a peer UMMia geeros gentleman His salient The force would be far greater than that death the boy had been speechless and which caused the recent disturbance so On that day Wednesday acMttUtioas and sharp satire remind one disastrous to Charleston city and coun Â¬ unconscious he suddenly revived aud as of last week tfee lamented Marshall while his un- - try would be alike affected The destruc the clock was striking the hour of twelve bofUMied love for and loyalty to Xen- - tion to property would be something ter- deliberately counted tlie strokes Then rible Jacksonville Macon Atlanta turning to those in the room he said Jtckj iarreas us with the image of the Mobile New Orleans Baton Kouge oclock and It is just ju etily Clay Under Hazelriggs Houston San Antonio and Galveston must die twelve enough just at two I at that Sure laiBHHietratkm the outlaw would find a would in all human probability be more hour he breathed his last The boy was loe d the orphan a father Good peo- - or less damaged He predicted that New a cripple from white swelling and had throughout hcState wcfuld rejoice Orleans Macon and Mobile would be been an invalid from early childhood ruined as these cities were right in the Owingsville Outlook raiid iad ones regret his elevatioii to the of the subterranean and uieteoro 3gk office ot Executive Mr HazeT- - ogical phenomena and that Louisville If your kidneys are inactive you will a istiosiiualion would insure harmony Cincinnati nd Memphis will also be in- Â¬ feel and look wretched even in the most amd as Governor he would rescue us from volved When Prof Wiggins was asked cheerful society and melancholy on the to what cause he attributed this terrific jolliest occasions Dr J II McLeans he impending rum and the ruts of which submarine upheaval he declared it was Liver and Balm will we reaCL The Heraud appeals to the produced by a shifting of the earths right again Kidney per bottle set you Sold by 100 feople to acclaim him the nominee and center of gravity and that this displace- Â¬ G B Swango Hazel Green and J N closes with a Hurrah for Jlazelrigg ment would be brought about by a con- Vaughn Campton junction of Jupiter Saturn Mars and olie noxt Governor of Kentucky our two satelites one being the visible We Live in a Great Country and the other the invisible moon The The work done in the United States The second number of the Grayson latter is a dincovorv of Wiggins last year would if done without the aid Walter H Smith President of the of steam and water power require a popGazette the name uuder ivhiclx Wallace Astro Meteorological Association for Can ulation of 227500000 The actual popjGrelle succeeds the Leitclifield Sun agrees with in substance lea has reached our office and is a ada says the shock Wiggins ushered in by ulation of the United States is f5000 He will be favorite exchange It is full of good a heavy storm in the West and North- 000 It would taketo 54000000 horses do the work now and men things and if the people of Leithfield west and rough weather on the Atlantic done 15000000 in this country by 29000 locomo- Â¬ aad Grayson county do not give the pa Â¬ coast He looks to see great damage tives and 20000 men It costs to do done per a handsome support they will be di teenthin the district south of the thir- this work by rail 500000000 a year To parallel of latitude do it by horses on a common country relect in duty Wallace shows in his road would cost 11300000000 Thfs The Verdict Unanimous arork in the Gazette a thorough training is the age of machinery The machine is W D Suit druggist Bippus Ind displacing the man in all branches of jh the ways of journalism and we wish testifies I can recommend abundant success in all things ex- Â¬ Bisters as the very best remedy Electric industry Every cept In his effort to defeat Willis for bottle fold has given relief in every case There are One man took six bottles and was cured which affect many accidents and diseases Congress from the Louisville district Stock and cause serious in- Â¬ of Rheumatism of 10 years standing convenience and loss to the farmer in Mr Will E Estill has purchased the Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio his work which may be quickly remeaffirms The best selling Owingsville Outlook He is a new man have ever handled in my 20 medicine I died by the use of Lr J H McLeans years expe- Volcanic Oil u us but if the improvement inaugur- rience is Electric Bitters Thousands Swango HazelLiniment Sold by G B Green and J N Vaughn ated in it2ic first issue is continued that pa of others have added their testimony so Campton per will soon be a jim dandy in journal- Â¬ that the verd ct is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE ism At first glance we thought Hcc Liver Kidneys or Blood Only a half Jhad been enthuKed by the enterprise hej dollar a bottle at all drug stores The schools at Paris have closed for two saw In Kausas and was trying to impart weeks on account of diptheria Prosperous Kentucky joaae of the inspiration he had imbibed Congress in tho Second District beating Every indication points to an increasThere are over 100 moonshiners in the Tiie Herald sends greeting to Bro ing prosperity in Kentucky Our correEstill and hopes soon to see excelsior spondent in Washington reports to day a Louisville jail awaiting trial in October Polk Lufoon has been renominated for gratifying increase m the business of the written on his escutcheon Quinine Jim McKenzio by 2500 votes National banks of Louisville and KenThere have been sixty dcatliR from flux A novel plan is suggested by He v E tucky which is a reliable index of good times The spirit of railroad building is at Bereft in Madison county in about a G Scott formerly of Ohio for the ben Â¬ rife in the State which is another sijjn month efit of the colored voters of the United both of the pnaence of available capital Cattle weighing 1500 pounds and upStates which is this Ever time a vote and the awakening among the people of wards are selling in Clark county at 4K ns cast the voter is to deposit 1 which a new enterprise The county fairs in cents per pound the State have been referred to in these s to go to the Government to pay for columns already as showing agood condi The Lexington Artillery Company had received about 3000 for services in the rpublic lands in the West for the benefit tion of the farming interests It is probOf the negro race and in eight years able that the Assessors who are now at Rowan county war D N Prewitt of Boyle ennnty bought jtbey will own more acres thau there were work listing the property of the State under the new laws will report a large in Lincoln 121 wethers averaging 110 lb slaves on the day of the Emancipation advance upon the estimates of valuation at three cents per pound JVoclaaatiou made for many years past The growth Win Ameliug engineer at 1obinsons of the State may be slow as compared faeiory Louisville wan crushed to death in PloanHpueumonla is having a full with the wonderful development of the the driving wheel of the machinery on the sweep imong the cattle of Chicago and Northwest but every advance made is a 21st inst substantial one and will leave a lasting icisiity and all efforts to stamp it out effect for good There is much reason for Win 2hcter wants the Kentucky Wealy jhave thus far proved unavailing It an abiding faith in the future of Ken- an College now located at Millersburg and secius thai the only remedy is to kill all tucky as there is reason of being proud it is understood will give ix acres of ground x the cattle within a radius of many miles of much in its past There remains one for that purpose class however which persists in denying Mt Sterling is soon to have a 100000 fisul the loss will be immense that there is any good in the land and hotel A cheaper one even would be a in asserting that everything is depressed CarKth news after the Louisville pri and hampered by thepolicy of the Gov- Â¬ big improvement on her present accommoary that Willis wins and the people ernment at Washington The Free trader dations in that line Marcus D Ilichardson an aged Foldier is the exponent of this class He can not IrjuMph afford to admit that any interest is in a living near Milton Ky has been paid 11 The law which became operative on prosperous condition for that would shat- 500 back peuion for injury to his eyes The ter Sept 1st Tegulating the sale of mor thisall the arguments made throughout pension date back to 1363 country for It is claimed that land near Hurricane jikme and other salts morphia is misun Â¬ of protection throwing down the policy to American industry Crittenden county will produce forty bushin some quarters There was derstood The timc3 are hard hecomplainsaud els of corn per acre without rain from at bill passed during the late Legislature To concede that any Â¬ planting to cutting up time the tariff is high Which required all preparations of opium body is prosperous would be to admit that of which morphine is one to be wrapped Henry Wattcr on editor of the Louisthe is in Jjcarlet paper It was discovered that tion tariff freenot a wholly bad institu- Â¬ ville Courier Journal who has been sojourntrade newspapers never The Ithe bill was wholly improper and would take any trouble to show that the State ing in Kurope for several months will rework great inconvenience and expense to turn home about 2ov 1st and resume conidruggists and would be of no benefit to is growing they are blind to any facts trol of his paper the the public and it was repealed Later illustrating men prosperity of the people who do well their work Lynch V OConner ex Captain Police passed requiring morphine Meanwhile on a bill was world instead of wasting their Lexington was shot and killed by Eugene 4ind all salts of nioqihiue sold or oflered in the to be sold to be wrapped in scarlet wrap Â¬ time in complaining that their lot is not Fogle Fogle gave himhelf iip and Henry pers or envelopes and all bottles or vials a happy one add more acres to their lands Beach present at the killing was arrested jorother packages used by dealers in med or more comforts to their homes and as accessory They are in jail Scines for keeping morphine or the slts make the State richer as well as a more It is proposed to hold a reunion at Pcr of morphine shall in addition to scarlet desirable home for themselves and pos- ryville of those who took part in the battle Louisville Commercial wrappers be labeled with the name of terity at that place Oct 8th 13G2 between the he particular preparation of morphine no Being parked in plain white letters The law In January DrunkK F Excuse shot Confederate forces under Gen Bragg and 1884 Burchett the Federals under Gen Buell Ss ost excellent and will contribute Frankfort is making extensive preparamistakes often made in and killed Albert Auglin in Carter counlargely against with morphine the ty and was tried and sentenced to im tions for the celebration of its centennial confounding quinine appeal was iwo drugs being very greatly alike in Erisonment for life An the opinion ta October 6 The programme of exercises Pryor in of and also in taste to the uned Â¬ appearance the Court of Appeals thus states the will be very elaborate and the occasion will drugs Capital ucated in case andthcopinion of thecourt There doubtless be one of note in the history of GENERAL NEWS GOSSIP is no effort at self tsefense and the only the State After all said the late Legislature f reason assigned for the cruel and reckless The sausage faetary and butcher ehop murder is that at the time of the killing Kentucky increased the fee for marriage li of George JJeif at Cincinnati by fire Loss the accused was under the influence of cense from 150 to 200 leastwise the State 0000 insurance 16500 liquor This is no excuse for crhne and Auditor so construes the law and has inThe Cincinnati Enquirer has discovered to hold that the commission of the wrong- Â¬ structed county clerks accordingly This is a veyciir old negro girl who can read the ful act is an excuse or mitigation of a a shame to Kentucky Covington Commonoet difficult manuscript at ight She is still greater offense would be to license wealth the reckless violators of the law to seek now exhibiting in Cincinnati Kentucky is the only State in the great revenge in taking the lives of those who Tke Sam Jone Tabernacle at Cartcrs had inflicted upon them actual or imag- corn belt of States that has a full 100 per ville Ga was dedicated on the first Sab inary injuries The judgment of the cent corn crop Kansas had the largest bth in September It is a gift from Sam court below was affirmed Bourbon shortage her per cent being but 57 Upon -- upavalsjjevernown onthisjMntinet d44inen women and cmJdrenpMpreign Wiggins foretold the birth Most of these live in the town Immuch as Burfttusays thattHe 29thKusB williwifc theJasl census of about 152000 in all neoncbf thejnosttenjjificsuierrauen of the twenty counties there are only ULCERED COMBS ir Charleston earthquake Reincan n Ticket IJFor 1 - I J jH J 1 Hankin the notorious Kentucky outUwKcentlycapjtnrtfdihjArkanEasjnmp cd fromm Naihvillcnitd Ghattanooga tmin M Atfiile running at tlie rate bf thirtymiles an M J J er Vre arc now recti vin another LVBGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK hour and made good his- escape Rankin killed two incu at Williamsburg K about ot every variety of Goods to supply the ileiuands of all our customers at Whole two yeara ago since which time he lias been tale and Petail which we PROPOSE TtJLiSELL FOPw CASH or exchange for a fugitive from justice A reward of 50Q Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis liavealsd hotitied our frionda ami nf Hip is oSered as an incentive for bin arrest and tbdtbave as often faileU DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM aud our intention to return to the Williamsburg authorities u ueeu what we have s aid wiimi iiirii trcaxamat nmjujuiim iiiiinunam jt iujui uur usiii ess inu nine attention nas theftld given tosvstem a STR ICTIA now jyemtena toestaWislt upon thp ruins of r credit it cwitu UASU 15 L SIN ESS which wilf enable us fosfcll vou xoods Avlin Maflc dD 41 dUlilUil SCHOOL DESK S ntmrs -- A RUST RI1RMMIM v w k i - RSMPS 1- - - 516 Broadway CLOTHING Be Warned unwuiii Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before NEW YORK - lis Â¬ We in particular invite the attention of RIVER 2HEN and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are onerimr at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnest solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well lis to vourselves as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully v Li muh manufactured by the Sidney School Furnityr JOHS LOUGBILV Sole Proprietor Â¬ hi time Kidney diseases may bo prevented by purifying renewing and invigorating the blood with AVers Sarsaparilla When through debility the action of the kidneys Is perverted these organs rob the blood of Its needed constituent albumen which is passed off in the urine while Worn out matter which they should carry off from the blood is allowed to remain By the J T F DAY SIDXEY OHIO AiIujjUmI la Xcry lm This Alt the LradinfT Schools ot the Country UY T lek tfu li i ttlobes HkgisU rs Dictionary Holder Map JInp Cases Jiunu ral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Modbjr Liquid Erasers Bfcu kboanl And 625000 NOW IN USE use of Ayers Sarsaparilla the kidneyt arc restored to proper action and Albuminuria or Â¬ Â¬ llttMS Sr iilatinfr Hells Crayon Microscopes vcrvtliiitg needed ia a school room Write us fur complete atalogms- - Ad- - tgt je Bright s Disease is prevented AVers Sarsaparilla also prevents Inflammation of the kidneys and other disorders of these organs Mrs Jaa W Weld Forest Hill st Jamaica Plain Mass writes I have had a complica- Â¬ tion of diseases but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys Four bottled of Ayers Sarsaparilla made me feol like a new person as well and strong as ever W 31 McDonald 46 Summer St Boston 3Ia8had been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint By the uso of Ayers Sarsaparilla ho not only Sidney School Furniture GampanY Are first class in Material Workmanship and flOlv SIDNEY QIHO Methods of Construction They are unrivaled Gt EORUE DOLL WITH in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other Rosenberg Fjexoer Get Saccesdotrs ti llusenbenf Nitlhan A Fleuor makes ever offered in our country WHOLESALE -- ER r Â¬ 67 OO SO - -- L i VT BOOTUHD SHOES 712 Prevented the disease from acsuming a fatal form but was restored to perfect health John McLellxn cor Bridge and Third sts Lowell Mass writes For several years suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint tho latter being go severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work My appetito was poor and I was much emaciated but by using and 714 But South iDE iLiiN 7thfch LOUSVILLFKX Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KENDALL HOUSE PRESTO5BC0rGSr3h WEST LIBERTY KY Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress The Uiblc is supplied with the teat the market affords ExeriencetlIsind fa charge of stable Cnargw reasonable OB GoUNKIt 2IAIX AKB Â¬ I I f Â¬ Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion improrod and my health has been perfectly restored Sold by all Druggists AYEBSt XUNNELLY DUNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Price 91 Six bottles 5 Prepared by Dr J C Aycr Co LowelL Mass U S A TRADERS J JiDunhtp J B Dunlap V Manufacturer of I G Barrett W Main Saddle Ilarnesa 72SanI 780 - y and dealers m St U Saddlery ITanljvare LOUISVILLE KY DEPOSIT B t -- MT STERLING KY o II - Â¬ Â¬ WM Cashier FORD with J M JUGSTAFF President Manns Bros Soot TVoKt Shoe Go Â¬ W W THOMSON DIRECTORS Boots ShoesciRubberr Jo 8S Pearl Strt CINC1MNATI O Manufacturer and Dealeri m -- Â¬ James Ciioun Dii R It Duakk mrS llv ANiuiw Fcsleu J vi T IIlUHLANt Â¬ BTTsn Henry L F nr Crane Boot WILLIAMSON Shoe Go Wholesale Dealers in Hardnian Pianos Ohickering Pianos Mathus LOUIS STIX hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion IMrOKTKKS AN3 Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices CO OF JOBSKKS Boots Slices Itiibbers 93 W Pearl St CINCINNATI O Â¬ CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S XD-- 58 To strengthen tlie stomach create an appetite and remove the horrible depres- Â¬ sion and despondency which result from Indigestion there is nothing bo effective as Ayers Pills These Pills contain no calomel or other poisonous drug act directly on the digestive and assimilative organ and restore health and strongth to the entire system T P Bonner Chester Pa writes I have used Ayers Pills for the past 30 years and am satisfied I should not have been alive to day if it had not been for them They Â¬ Weft Fourth Street C1NC1MSIATI NOTIONS THI2D EACZ k U2J10S S7E33TS O Cincinnati HJ LC CLARKE witii Hardware GOi Â¬ Sievers GarsoR y 637 rex c ri tmi v- - VV IVIain Â¬ zi r 3rj w m m aaKJi LorisvUiia 10 WELIii Street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cored me of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed and their occasional use has kept me In a healthy condition ever idnce I L N Smith Utica X Y writes have used Ayers Pills for Liver troubles and Indigestion a good many years and have always found them prompt and Richard 2sorris efficient in their action After much suffer Lynn SFass writes Ing I have been cured of Dyspepsia aud Liver troubles Diphtheria Croup Astinnc BrcmcMMs Neuralgia Bhoaticm Bloedta at the Xcaca iloroua SoorsenoM Influenza Hackinc Oougb vv hoopla Uougn uaiarrn cnoierauonaaos jJvscntary otironla a ixaxogm iias Kidney Troubles anaapinoiiJiBftaaea rniBpaieiroq xir x a Diarrhoaa KT CITHE8 i Wm H Eullerton Hats Caps Straw Coodis Gloves and TJmbreJIns JOBBrK OF CHILLICCTHE O Thoaa pills were a wonderful discovery No othors Ufca thorn In the world Will positively etira or worth ofa loi cf relieve all mannor of diaesje The informUon around each box 1Oaepill tea Limes the a dote Ihutr ted pamphltt you will always be thankful Find out about Sillfl Bold everywhere them nd mail for 35c to atatnps Dr 1 3 JOilN SOif AUOJ2 CII at Boatca or sent by Notnlsz on eart Shertdaaa Condition on m Q will Ejaie hens fowdur is absolutely M llko it pure and highly conIt cures chicten cholera cad centrated Oneounco Udizeizee of hens pound of is worth Zs worth Its weight any other kind It is infold IUustrstad strictly a aaedloino to boose by sual rree Ha o4TTin vlth foaf 1 i lb air tight Un cMMlibrnaU Sl20 Bold everywhere or ent by moll for tB cento la Stazaju CO Ecataa SB I U JOUrsOi Six cans by expro prepaid for 500 t- - mi Â¬ n Â¬ mm r IP lI9eg84 Sf s ly CHICAGO Has attalaed a standard of excellence wLleH Rtlraita ot no eupcrior Jt contains every improvement that genius skill and raccey ciin prcducw inventiva it Â¬ COTTAGE ORGAH m Â¬ Using They have done mo more good than any other mediciuc I have ever taken John Burdctt Troy Iowa writes For nearly two years my life was rendered miserable by tlie horrors of Medical treatment afforded Dyspepsia mo only temporary relief and I became reduced In flesh and very much debili- Â¬ tated A friend of mine who had been similarly afflicted advised me to try Ayers Tills I did m and with the happiest results My food soon ceased to distress me my appetite returned and I became as strong aud well as ever Ayera Tills SZE3IEI T2S GBSAT mE0V31EHI IH AVT03UTZC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS The Latest Production of I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Joaea to hU present home and Is designed News for Union Christian meetings of all denomi- Â¬ nations A freight train on the Buffalo New York and Philadelphia raflraad was thrown ff the4trxck at Holland Iv i by a broken THes uiLrry UYc jovux cuju auu tin curs Are waxing a tcrriac maze ine ears 3 their contents are a total loss The Moosic Powder Mills ton miles fromiton Pa oxploScd killing Wm Jfiller tk medicine Dr Kings New Diseovcry for having fouud it to be all consumption claim for it desire to testify to that you its virtue My friends to whom I have recommended it praise it at every op- i portunity Dr Kings New Discovery - Atkins Chief of Police Knox My family and I ville Tenn writes are beneficiaries of vour most excellent J J Most Excellent ETy fVGonghs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Tkree ton of powdr exploded afrection of Throat fc k weg felt for indes aropnd and at Qhest and Lung8 Triil bottles free at I tU drugstores ggWMtoaht to he an earthquake 100 Lnrse jik the whole the corn crop of this year is three hundred and fifty million bushels short of last year Carlisle Mercury Three hundred and eighty five Warm Spring and Chirichua Indiaus passed thro Hopkinsville on the 17th inst en route to St Augustine Fla where they will be col- Â¬ onized and cared for by the Government Geronimo and his band who recently sur- Â¬ rendered go by way of Texas and will be impiisoncd The corn crop Irt till part of the country is better than it has been for years and the opinion of the fanners as to the future value ccms to be varied oine believing that it Avers Pills rnnpARED DB bv Lowell Mass J C AYEK CO For sale by all Druggists SPECIAL NOTICE If you want a first class Parlor Organ the iEOLIAN is the one to buy With it you can play at ones TLeso Orcmn am ooT1tW fnr mim1 tone design the most difficult music without years of practice and hunÂ¬ quality of finish quick response artistic mafclhg beauty in perfect expense in learning and then perhaps not them the mwt oeairablecongtxuctiOB femeal dreds of dollars ornoa for you can play at sight as no other succeed while with this xstabzjsieei miPTjTAnay can At the same time if you wish you can be learning the SHIXJLEB HTOZX3CEX use of the keys as it has a key board with BXST SEJLTXmXAX four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of music cOitBrsxD scuac nrrw but an instructor Price Send for Catalogue THE POPUMB OBCEiH J full-five-octa- TES KSCEAUICAL 03OT1N3TTB CO The Musette let Casli - - - 1600 Tlie Celestina - - - 2500 -The Aeolian Organ M Casli 22500 to fPrffsiPRBg j ve Q KEEN WADE HOUSE ISi T J COPE Iroprieior TablQsuppliod vtnh all dciiauies of tlie FEENGHBU11G KY Slcdal tttiViai 1 EMILY TRIPP BnhlipTiau Af Wncin an l Ttanlnw in DioTinp Hitrfdnc uuuJUOi Ul Juoiu woawi in ricuiuo visauj N0tg uiu Hin Iftsirsctisn Bok3 and PScm Sinfa Ktslcgues and Price IJats a pmjMemtrmm CHICAGO CITTAIE FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY r MM I Randolph zni Am 3to SI CMKJmLL r wiftVfa Jjurfe - JfeAjL aeaaSaklBA - r LS T r Sp afcyHabb-Qbee- - WSgl JC JHLUWWefftWW - r t m Ii I Married On Tuesday 23d inst at his family and attend Synod at Kicli P ROGERS residence of the brides father David mond Ky where it meetsOct 13th WITH tr alfew Always in Advance The foliowincr beautiful little nnm k the Carter to Miss Nettie Cottle Reception Billy Russell son of A C Russell of production of Jlmmfe Brown far at Eh Merely s this Lvert2nient3 inserted j ft evening Some of is sick SHIPLEY DOISYk GO e at 75 ptfs r MBct rst bwertion and 25Se an4 dish washer of the the boys will give them a grand serenade Troublesome brother-in-la- with iluac at Hiram Centers his uay House and lmlk maid of the dairy ets jMie iliecli3bseaneiit insertion J WPerry and wife James Peyton Mr James Hargis is having his new Tis a mystery to me Matthew Carpenter Arthur Carpentcrjesidcnce painted It will be one of the How friends will scatter HAZEL GREEN KY 1 and several others from this place took f finest in the count And foes remain WEDNESDAYSEPT 29 18SG Will not fill himself full when his system is not in order to dijeafcit kfc may dola4 in the Annual Meeting at West Liberty And those without money ii uiauuiua oaiunni i iiua iuceii i i up iuiu the consequence is suffering Will beg you to lend Sunday Tfor several days with erysipelas In one of TIMETABLE t- And promise to pay Miss Annie Kendall spent Monday and her lower limbs By the first of the week Ktiittify mm Sftfk AtisiiicL RaHway Tuesday in this neighborhood and went LSeldonand Eddie Hargi3 littlft Hut generally wait sons Â¬ on to Ezel to visit her sister Mrs Dr A Till the snow and the sleet StrtMUfcritiiKiiHiaiiteP lowrr thau Mt Cor 4th and Elm Streets xi nargjs nave ueen quite in ior orA B ZSickell Sterling ti me several days Cures-r-Non- e 2m 1 leaves 3ft Stalin Court Day at Mt Sterling 7 a m arrive at W W Carpenters school at Bethel OHIO G X Sewell is on a visit to rel- Â¬ CINCINNATI Hon t Roikwt H at S40 a at finely He 13 There usual in near thia ST 2 leave JUtkwell at 9 a atives in Montgomery county Drastic Medicines that are so violent in their action aa to ra4ere Kit fc kAoty at arrives at town butwas about thelittle if crowdim is giving place progressing universal satisfaction there was a anv Kt iserlas at lo50 A j nhould be avoided but a Doctors bill can be sttved very oftehy cowsmjnimt kVw 3it SterliBg xtl4U l 2 ar provement in the market J W Wilson Mrs Reuben Cox is dangerously ill Rousseau Sept 17 Our stock sale will use If anv auctioneer reports about 230 cattle on with whooping cough She is forty five which we spoke of in our last letter rive at R oik well at 320 v 31 Xo 4 leave Rothwcll at 345 P r arrive the market which brought from 21 to 3 wnrs nf nnr promises to be a grand success The fol oat JiCL Sterling at 53tt P M cents Several yoke of oxen butverv - Born To the wife of mJ of the Saturday m J J McGuire lowing is a list Wilson sales last one s Ko2 at lit JSterling with n05 A- - j few hold and bringing srom 55 to 8U aW2 w77 msF wm Jovplv to Howard 3C j a boy 4 157 V X trains ondiO rallwn A lot of also to tne wile or Alien uay a 2 year old heifer 50 extra broke mules selling from boy for Lfxiagtou Cincinnati aad Louisville IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Jack Howard to It M McQuinn one 100 to 150 with several left unsold Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Re Â¬ Mt Sterling with 1105 a J cetcts at Carpenter whom we rc- Mrs Albert mittent Dumb Ague X traia wCtO from the East and 1 3G Others from 70 to 100 Onlv a tolera Jas Whitt to Sam Patton one mule 70 00 Dengue Fever Break bone Bilious Fever or Fever Liver 1 acinus from Louisville aad Cincinnati ble lot of horses on the market selling- ported very ill last week is no better Complaint and all diseases crying from O P Carter bought of Jasper Perry Wm Lovely to Jack Lovely one 2 13 50 4fHwatgoery county court dav special for about 80 Milch cows brought from vear old heifer Malarial poisons leaves Roth well ob the 3rd Monday in each 15 to 35 Verv dull court two yoke of oxen at fair prices Jaa Whitt to John Allen 4 3 v o a 91 00 at 730 a X arriving at Mt Sterling notk CapL Jack Stewart reports the followKarpsrs S C July d ISS4 Corn 22350 far better total Keturning Sterling 9aX arriving at lea vea Mt 4JJ0 p ing sales18 good smooth 3 vear old catÂ¬Â¬ order ofcutting and wheat sowing is the making a expectedof for the short notice we For eighteen months suffthan the day at 3 I x Kotwell at X given By letting the outside world Leaves Kothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P x tle weight 1150 lbs sold for 3640 per ered with Chills anil Fever And Old Aunt Selina Day is very sick head 12 long yearlings2225 11 report to vthe merchant of whom they buy that thf r are aot all we lsdm for tim GEO B HARPER xpt know through The Herald that the having Chills every other day Whooping cough is unabated 2450 er head Plug horses low PROMPT AND EASYiN THEIRXACTION U next sale day is on Saturday Oct 9th After trying various remedies Cricket bringing from 25 to S0 or just the Saturday before the sale at wc authorize stich merchant to recommended to cure used a NEWS John M liose of Wolfe county sold On the 16th which Hazel Green each time we expect more Ezel Sept 25 d steers realizing was sale day at this place a large erowd buyers and plenty of stock This gives dottle ofAyers Ague Cure and For the Accoaainodatioa of our Mt 71 two and 3 from 21 to cents for them buyers time to drive from here to Hazel have never since had a- chill town und Sterling friend we have secured the Judge Amos Daris of Morgan county gathered in inducenentsas the crowd in- Green market and on to Mt Sterling EDWIN EARFER for King Alcohol services of Mr John Shore ax our sold 50 head of cattle Oxen brought creased the c J W Miller is our auctioneer PHEPAEXD BY were strong So he put in his appear A disordered liver means a dhaq about everything Yon cat think sor workagent at that place and he is authorized from 50 to 105 per yoke G W and J Patton of the first part ance and as he is very industrious ho C Ayer Co LowelL Ka Br J sleep with any satisfaction heifers 12 50 per head feeders i4G0 te stake coatracts for us Merchante cows 2 was not long in stirring up a row The and Sam Allen and others of the second Id by all Druggists cents 50 hogs at 4 cents were engaged in a shooting affray therefore who wiah to use the columns At John Keefs stable 25 horses were result was several pecked heads and the fart Sunday Fortunately no lives were of tkelnsst advertising medium in Fast sold at prices ranging from 100 to 160 wildest time Ezel has yet seen Jeff lost r I think applejack was the cause Mr Keef bought 13 horses from 100 to Pieratt one of the principals of the row era Xentucty will do well to see him R M McQuinn has gone to Frankfort 140 He reports trade good and prices in company with Boyd Richardson has skipped totheWe8t The other bovshavo on business connected with his logging better See advertisement For Sale had their trials and it is hard money to interests and will be abseut several Some At D S Lockridge IFOTJN OXVY very desirable property is offered cheap brought from 75 to 185Cos 30 horses pay something and get nothing but days and 25 broke this is the way this King always pays his O 108 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio Wm Lovely started out Monday with mules from 100 to 150 septl5 3mo SMITH ALLISON This paper and the Cincinnati Weekly subjects his cane mill to make sorghum for the Ratlines Enterprise The type on which this paper it printed U from Eauier will be seat to subscribers for bleAt Jonesmany horses changed handssta-Â¬ Miss Annie Woolery who has been people v1 a good th aboro foundry Kditob Huralu at 2 a year visiting her brother at this place return- Â¬ Miss Lizzie Lindon of Red River is Sou to 51bU mules brought 150 ALACE HOTEL ed home a few days ago and now there visiting her grandfather Shack Allen A OROSSilAK FRAXiC OOCVIOK jokx y vseuLEircxx Born To the wife of J N Vaughn may be seen a young man standing on Just Methodist Corn cutting i in order and the corn on the 13th inst a girl Newt says it Churchafter services at the Rev FRENCHBURG KY GROSSMAN GuUViOH GO last Sunday night J It the corners who seems to say It might is of a good average Buikton 5s a Democrat J JL WILLIAMS Proprietor sang the hymn The Lilly of have been Kendall The patronage of the traveling public i who was Marshal at James being the Public Speakiiijr A little child of Wm Tollivers liv and Valley brothersassisted by his wife this placeDennis resigned We suppose respectfully invited Table the betjt and HislHiflHHlSicr i has his two thus demonstrating WHOLESALE XAKCFACTCRERS OF Hon W P Taulbce and Hon W 5ng near Daysborough died last Monday j the love he felt for the people and his that official and matrimonial thoughts Hurst Democratic and Republican cau every attention to the comfort of guehta t something like cholera infantum regret in parting from them Bro Mur were too much for Jim to master at the didates for Congress in the Tenth ConAY HOUSE phy suggested that the congregation same time gressional District of Kentucky will adMr A Hitt of Millersburg who ff like towards HAZEL GREEN KY ppentrereral weeks in our town last should manifest a familyfeeling while the Wagons and buggies loaded with the dress the people at the following times aud and Rev ISAAC MURPHY Pitor ye xr is visiting here now a guest of the Bro Kendall sang Sweet Bye and Bye people of our town leave today to at- aud places congregation tend the Annual Meeting at Campton f n Walliu Creek Wednesday Sept 20 i Xieratt House The table is supplied with the best in the ui ii ii 3 11 all walked up and gave him aud wife a Market and everv attention given to gueaia J S Nickell is adding another house Harlan Thursday Sept 30 Rates reasonable John Shells Friday Oct 1 Alf red Cjmbs is confined to his room parting shake of the hand and many to his mansion which when completed tear moistened eyea spoke the sentiment will be a new model building Hvden Saturdav Oct 2 witkiufiaaamation of the eyes and unable soul in the It Hazard Monday Oct 4 to canva this district but requests the of the terminus to theparting of the was a T F Carr has sold his lot on Broadhappy trials year Hindman Tuesday Oct 5 people to come and rote for him all the and a handsome way and bought another on Fair View Ezel At FVSyShop tribute to two deserv- Â¬ Whitcsburg Wednesday Oct G 8a me am now prepared to do all kinds of ing christains Mav they find friends in where he will build soon W O B Bailiffs Thursday Oct 7 irepairing on WatcheH Clocks Jewelry A T Hackney ex County Clerk of their new field equally fond of them ie James Rogers and family who lived Pikcville Friday Oct 8 aSand optical goods Bring mo your vrofk Menifee county died Wednesday last at The Hekaijis wish which speaks for near this place left Friday for Virginia ffiSand it will be neatly and promptly Mouth of Mud Saturday Oct 9 at reasonable prices Hoping by J 31 Pieratt is in Cincinnati buying Forks of Beaver Monday Oct 11 FjeaLbarg He ha3 been prostrated itself and its supporters goods Shoncst work aud fair prices to merit wkn consumption of which he died for Blurt Prestonsburg Tuesday Oct 12Z N Lockhart a horse trader from jgyour patronage I remain Hometwo years Laek of space preventH publication of Bonanza Wednesday Oct 13 Yours truly T P CARR JSS Bristol Tenn was here last week buy stock Bales We could not publish those of Salyeraville Thursday Oct 14 Editor Rev J R Kendall sold most of his ing horses He purchased a nice sorrel Hazel Green S J GRVUMAN West Liberty Friday Oct 15 JAS A SlIUTTLEWOnTir x furniture c to the incoming minister horse of R D Motley at 120 a large Sandy Hook Saturday Oct 16 125 Grassy Creek Sept 27 D A Sheets Mt Sterling Monday Oct 18 as he deemed iteapor to purchase new roan horse from Amos Nickell at 8RAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTII bay horse F McGuire at at his home in Grant county than to re- Â¬ a fine sorrel fromofColumbus Gillespie110 and family will start on the 29th inst Winchester Tuesday Oct 19 and a at for Grayson county Va which place he Manufaeturernnd Jobbers of move the old to that place Frcnchburg Tuesday Oct 21 115 paying cash in hand He will be intends to make his future home He Speaking will commence each day at 5 The funeral of Mrs Margaret Caskey here again in December due notice of gave us 1 for The Herald one year 1 oclock p m promptly and all are in- Â¬ and child will be preached at Rev H H which will be given in this paper and which we will order to that place 1 vited to be present Papers in the disHENRY F PIERATT Xattle on Gillmore Creek on the first will then want two or three carloads of Most of your correspondents are say- Â¬ trict are requested to copy this list of LiiLt good pi ug horses He savs the horses here ing something about Our Pres 11 oclock a m Sunday in October at so I appointments Nice Vehicles and Horses hv Revs J T Pieratt and Rev Morris are generally of good size c but not suppose it will not be out of order for ptwo b in condition for the market We hope me to say somothing about Our Bill Nickell For Ilire at all timtra and on the our farmers aud others will take the hint which we feel confident should be per- FOR SALE The farm upon which I G miles from Mt Sterling and most reasonable terms SatisfacÂ¬ Davidson who lives on Grassy in and put their stock in order He is a Jim to Congress and stay until near Camarpo Montgomerv count v containto tion will be given at all times and this county a few days since brought to large buyer handling from 1000 to 1500 mittedget go ing 400 ACRES Price 16000 in three 605 W Mai Street times better those vrisbing to hire a HORSE and iha office four of the finest ears of corn horses every year and his visits should be J A C Murphy Dink sold a four equal payments 8 12 ths of nOOO ACHES in BUGGY or a SADDLE HORSE LOUISVILLE KY we aa e ever wen None were less than encouraged Menifee and Powell counties and on both Kill find it to their interest to con Â¬ year old horse for 11250 Henry Mur- sides of Red llivcr coal and timber land a fo jt in length and one year measured sult me HORSES BOARDED by Rev John I Rogers State evangelist phy sold a horse for 120 and Lee Cas- Price 3 per acre Cah There is Pine and THE NEW AND ELEQANT thirteen and three quarter inches the single meal day week or month Poplar Timber enough on the entire tract 33S When you vuit Hasel Gren of the Christian Church preached in the key sold a steer at 55 HIGH ARWI 10 cents per 100 feet 10 per put your horse up with me and you Blurt come to the front and tell us to bring atACRES Woodland on the road Rev W B Cooper preached at the Christian church at this place Friday 100 will have i well cared for 5 Presbyterian Church here last Sunday night of last week to a good congregation what is the matter Was there nothing aero Levee to Ticktown I will sell either from aSTWhen Ton want to hire to m rninz assisted in the services at thel He Jhad Jiustjarrived from West Liberty transpired in your locality last week piece or all Come and hcc me tit I am decan hire from ue for an hour Methodist Church Sunday evening and where he had attendee the Annual meet- worthy of note termined to pell or week or longer Monday morning ing He reports the church at that place JNO JAY ANDERSON left for Lexington Wm Goodpaster of Omer was up a SEWING MACHINE SS- - PARTIES COMVEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON Oamargo Ky Sept 29 5t where he will spend two or three weeks in a splendid condition He further states few days ago to see about some hogs he BUY ITO OTHER REASONABLE TERMH Give mc a call when you need anvthiag ia ray lint IS THE BEST findB the people of the moun- has been feeding in this neighborhood that ne with family and friends Very respectfully Ac H F PIERATT tains ahead of other sections of the State Cyrus B Perry sold a nice lot of sheep you are coustipated with lais in point of religion Bro Rogers is the to Amos and Sanford Davis When i appetite headache take one of Dr J right man in the right place Hi6 serC XI K E S Rev Jas Wheeler of this has H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney mon here was amastepiccc of logic and been attending the Association placePike DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION in Fillets They are pleasant to take and showed him to be thoroughly imbued E5TABUSHED XMT It U aaw rfr 1 txmvr yean siacc tids aicicHc wit Frank Gevcdon confined to his bed WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS will cure you 2 5 cents a vial Sold b with biblical knowledge for Worst and frost Uit time ia rrpututoa ku MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT for sometime is improving Iteidily lacruiad vxM at te prarat lijr it is f B Swango Hazel Green and J N ta oc mc smtrnrn tiwwjj ngni bipiHuimi KIDNEY TROUBLES nnwr hi rum aUcrrer tie Correspondents will oblige us by send Several persons here attended the An Vaughn Campton the pios of plemz the rtue than of OTercominttAe dhse hae bcn asaaActare aade Is fiwor aad NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM cwntry bJt theu- short liMiof life U newly cxhtusteJcause BA Fahatoct s VeraUuZe coataucs to grow result ing in their favors by Thursday aud Fri- nual Meeting at Campton arc nost fcwnUy the than vrmr aad saimt jt daily CAtWrn ofxa look fiU and ticly from no other ravcwusJy Invigorat gives NEW they are irritabl aad fererish It T and nuneri When Rev- - Mr Thompson of Harrison coun- day of each week We commence setthese X Farmers are now cutting corn and sow- IT Ing and De refiVlae wholesome det toniag rUeAly in sleep aoanta ad gruiding the teeth thetbe atsuryd tUtcsymstom n LIFE to tha ty a Presbyterian minister preached at ting type for next weeks paper as soon ing wheat whole SYSTEM Hehtful to take Mon- a3 this one is printed and when letters the Christain Church in this place by Strengthening and of great value Died Infant child of Jas McClure He will preach there reach us later than the days indicated it day evening as a Medicine for the Muscles Ton ing the NERVES again the fifth Sunday in next month is frequently impossible to print them Maytown Ky Sept 22 W T weak and Ailing ana completclyLM- Ices several We have the type in other matter and Day is building him a fine house on the Women and Chil AJtl perhaps protract the srrv caused Its death has beea entirely misunderstood and wken ircrmj hive really been tie caste It aas be pTed byomI dren ting the lood caril that worms eaist in the human system from earliest infancy therefore parents especially wMx wo are nwee M t have not the time to tear it down and lot where his house was burned Corinth Enterprise days rms tar so surely as they eihe they caa stantly with their chlSdren cannot be too obserriar cf theyfr xr tymftomff It will ftlj and sfieJily removed form the att dtlumtt infant by the timely use of B A Fahnestock s Vcraifocc s t it up again Attention to this will cost him when finished 1500 Physicians do not hesitate to recommend it aad use it la their practice and many of the most emmestof fee proei j25223 from all parts of the country testify to its uniform success In fact It never Uj It has freqaentiy been p w to cjf If you suffer priikng pains on moving nearly always insure the insertion of W W Manker is running his mill day ii rcn as a safe pureatire not snspeetine tha cause of the lUneas aad large quantities of worms were dbcharjred and eyes or cannot bear bright light and your letter save us labor and assist us and night to keep up with his custom the relief afforded Great caution must b used by every purchaser to b his own Judije In one sense and tiexaiae2i bottle he buvs of it The simple name of Fahnhstock Is not sumcUat lie out Ick closely and carefully tt find vbur sight weak and failinr yoa in making the paper better A ri inlc rm Avismof aad be 4itied with nothia v else He is doing first class work j Co Mo should promptly use Dr J H McLeans v Yrntft The LADIES PAVOHITE because Mmsk Schwartz Nkw Frankiiv Howaxdexcellent rem InlunntaHuue many yean a1 hare n hacyln r onjuui ic Haslert Pittsiurf Pa M G Dunaway has gone to LexingAy els Hair Vigotjpronu t s the growth Strengthening Eye Salve 25 cents a rav practke Gtntltmtn1 have used some of and fannd A Book Vollna it is LIGHT RUNNING- and does edv B A Fahnestocks Vermifusc that most it to have the aendinc it a for a remedy which I rttaiU aatf Tnc - by leading box Sold bv G B Swango Hazel and improves tne beauty of the hair ton with fifty dozen chickens for that - ONT AIN v aerwed no hurtful effect I think your such beautiful work Agents Tavor desired with in any family Vermifuee can not safely be dis- - ia all cases where a VenaiAire is lot market xours arc Minerals is comVaughn Campton physicians telling itobecnuse it is a quick and oasy seller penied It imparts an attractive appearance a Green and J W HUBBARD M D now to treat disdelightful and lasting perfume Whilo Born To the wife of R A Childers posed of carefully scccsssorsto eases at HOME i AHiituinv e nn selected VegetaAbnnAn I L A UU S A Fahnastocka Son Co PmsBar N S4 Prfkitri J Rov W T Eklar the minister who it stimulates the roots cleanses the scalp a bouncing big boy G rover Clevelcand ble Medicines together AGENTS WANTED IKUNOCCUPIED TERHTOW mailed with a set of band combined skillLick Skillet succeeds Rev J R Kendall was here and adds elegance to luxuriance its in- Â¬ fully making a Borne cards by new on bun gredients are harmless and its effects are last Saturday and Sunday and Heliotype process Safe and Pleasant on receipt of 10 c Remedy BREATHITT COUNTY day evening preached at the Methodist enduring and thus it proves itself to Tor ule br M DrtcxtrU ist Qrr 8Htl tblitr nr JUNE MANUFACTURING CO nails from Harrison coun be at once the best and cheapest article Church He 103 tal a fail Im Ton not Vj YOLIItA CORDIAL null Jackson Sept 24 The Jackson Lit- katCi UI b Mat fax iid ty and left on Monday to bring his fam for toilet use Cor La Salle Ayenne aid Ontario Street rmcrixiD ohlt r erary Club resumed operation Friday wrho will occupy the parsonage next ily CHICAGO ILL do aot have oysters on the half night the 24th inst It adjourned last Vollna Drug and Chemioal Company week ihell soft shell crabs BJXTMOBK BD V S A c but we do May till the first Monday in September 8c22nr3ph Brother Zimmerman of the Christain have awful nice beef and at 6c a pound but the president failed to call a meeting returned from another suc for choice Church has and it went over till last Friday night Co Presi- S Y Officers were elected as follows President of the Great cssful evangelizing tour in the mounFloyd Higgins Vice President J He had over sixty additions to dent tains NEW CORRESPONDENCE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Wise Higgins Corresponding Secretary the church He will preach at White Tl 1 1 Miss Sallie A Patrick Recording Sec- Livery Oak next Saturday and Sunday after MORGAN COUNTY Sate and Feed Stable Tells What Ho Knows of which he will go to Magoffin Owings retary W E Bryant Treasurer Miss IK 111 a Omer Sept 24 The reception given Katie Patrick Sergant-at-arm- s rille Outlook J G MT STERLING KY UUllJLU by Dr W G Carter to his son Dr L D Comb3 The retiring president Rev J General regret is the expression of the Carter and bride on the 16th inst was J Dickey when renominated for re- Â¬ people here at the departure of Rev J one of the grandest aflairs ever held in election asked the house to excuse him An elegant supper was as he had held the position for three Drovers and Traders TL Kendall and family and all with West Liberty Headquarters wish him a pleas- prepared and juit before the guests were years and to elect Mr Hijrrins whom we have talked The ant and profitable place in hi3 new field invited out to partake of the many lux- subject for debate at the next weekly 0rica or ths CouRina Jooxjf At Locavnxx of labor in Grant county for which uries a signal for silence was given and meeting is Should the general GovernThe attention of horse and nmle dealern Dr WinUrtmUk Give place he left last Tuesday The parson- with bated breath all waited eager and ment aid the States in educating the is especially invited to our fauilitics for the Sir I waive a rule I have observed far handling of stock and wc invite all traders many years the vlue of your reraedy prompt- age he is to occupy is at New Columbus anxious to know what was coming Sud- Â¬ children t do and me in reply 10 where his postoffice will be for the pres-ca- denly Jas H Burns and Miss Mary CarThere are quite a number of cases of of Wolfe in theadjoining counties to call on ngyour to say Cure Theyour rcquett what 1 know Chill private assurances of its us when city ter entered the room attended by John flux in this county but we have only efficacy I had and the Rood results of its effects I aad observed on MrR W Meredtthwhofor more W Henry and Miss Ada Kendall and heard of two cases proving fatal in the H GILLIS O Hall the fine photographic ai were joined in the holy bonds of matrihan fifteen years has been foreman of ray office C ewaBIaalast week One was Mrs Harvey of nduced rae to test it in my family The results WITH tsat who is taking pictures here at prcs- - mony Rev W B Ragan officiating A Troublesome and Willie Cleveland infant TnV first case was save been entirely satisfactory cat win oniy remain wuuv auu wuw- lovlier couple never stood at the altar son of Nathan and Margret Sally of Lost if two years standing in which I believe every known remedy bad been tried with temporary Tew as he has other engagements to fill and their many friends wish them a long Creek chills returning periodically and seemingly at MU4m Alieiruiiiao JI yOU waul with increased severity Your cure broke them for and happy IifeC Madam Rumor has long Boonville proposes once and there ha been no recurrence oftW fSre at a very low price you should call prophesied the union of this couple but to Samuelto Cole of and go into merchanaw other case was move Jackson tA WHOLESALE upon him at once He makes tin types no one was expecting it at this particu-- We forT -- Xfoed T Tti The rpruiu at Jnte fr DEAU53 Hi Atiin pantographs c as well as any made in lar tims Mar tbey go down the stream dising He is preparing to build a busi- Â¬ j since which tune -lower than of life rich in the enjoyment of the re- ness house and residence on the lot ad until vunr meoicinc the city And at prices much veen drel disappeared now several months they joining W S Haddixs hotel on the do net city artists charge-J of Loves Young Dream alization tram the opportunity east r Chill Cure f tha Wc inadvertently failed to mention J B Marcum and John E Patrick The new pastor for this circuit Rev wife Very respcctuny Eliza Perry far it If embers of the Jackson bar attended Kendall arrived last Saturday and the death of Mrswhich occurredthe the U J eached Saturday evening and Sunday of Sam Perry on No 613 West Maix Street KENTUCSCT HAZEL GEEEX urt at Hunting Creek last Saturdav jH Auffiist The deceased was a This is the first court Mr Patrick has His sermon Sunday moping 7fh of of jROTBing ELECTRIC BELT FREE KEErS CONSTANTLY ON MAN A JTLL APSOSTEENT OF the Christian Church - and practiced in for several years member LOUISVILLE KY was veil acuverea ana tfss quiu u u an estinc and re trnst tne good impression veu lived eiuiuii triumph of a living Floyd Higgins of Quicksand is teach- Ready mad Clothing To introduce it wo will for a short time give Staple and Fancy Dry Goods the E TUCK wiU in J m Wl r awav in each county to thobe likely to make made on his first appearance Sii iimuinr etiiuui lustcau nf u J i j GEORGE imi d n rl ui ie 1 faith She wis a kind a riil lovmir moth- iiiL uui WITH i ood agents a limited number of our GER Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware creaec ua u y SJack who undertook it Mr Back has 5tAN ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO-- m WHITE GREEN IIUFEAKE aunnsr me yesi hb nr a vMoA wifft MfI tnie f rncL framhk labors ifrnno Tn mannm cnmirv rn Tinrn celinl Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ RY BELTS a positive and unfailing cure fuLro Wholesale Dealers io Last 3Ionday evening Misses Anna - liU i from our old friend Teeetvd a letter UUU LUUIL for Nervous Debility Weakncd Varicocele t11 C ies Stoves and Farming rAiAF TOTF H17CT knnri DI1 Wllllft- Y JlilO TVfirC fin LnCir LUliU nCinJtJJtlaV fWK 500 Re Tirn MWOC r WVi x ww Los of Visor Rheumatism etc Ul 6uU riMKTTFiim in which he sneaks or wav to this place ma oujrey auu tneir tow Vcn here all summer working on the ward paid if even Belt we manufacture k In fact everything usually kept in a firjt clas3 country store and it BOTT03C PEIBi Jvg WXMRM the highest terms as a driver run upon a steep bank upsetting Academy doc notgenerate a Pennine electric current Also will take n exchange for Goods or la payment of aBydeVtre e auuiMsj wtfV jcec It L White 015 jf5Ufain Street Jri visited his home last week nrnw t nti n n vnv 411 awpsaTli christain Corinth the buggy Fortunately none of t- J Ii tirecn -juL4 LCountr- Produce and Live block of eTerr ileaenpUoc KY 1 O Box 173 Rruol lvn4 New York ey W B Cooper has gone to yh J A- - lIuffaJLdp 0lSYlhLE occupants were senousjy nurt f t Eekalb MsMMBsMMWsMBsMMMWMMMWli T IJ I A MYSTERY u -- cc w - ft MAN OF SENSE - I ju DBY GOODS A Medicine That Cures All Dis- eases Generally X3 Â¬ AVERS ctcte - dsar O lire I r CALVERTS - 4 L00AL three-year-ol- I - Â¬ RETURN YOUR MONEY Â¬ - 1 TYPE FRA-lNTI-IIS- Try These Pills With tne Above Guarantee C P CALVERT CO Cincinnati -- F l Â¬ Â¬ J D Â¬ Siflflloo Hiinipw tu ii BBIDLES Â¬ EPAIRING at c SiI 74 and 76 Main Street - CINCINNATI 4 a Â¬ Â¬ urn HAZEL QUEEN HY Proprietor Â¬ CLOTHING v Â¬ Â¬ bB9nHHLwsHhb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JUNE kL--Iayda- y Â¬ Â¬ JWinaCordml BAFAHNESTOCKS i - o4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 VERMIFUGE ca2 i r i c -- s Â¬ JN r - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- V Â¬ -i-- Wo ADAM BAUM -- Â¬ Â¬ McWilliarns W N HALDEMAN Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of WINTEBSMITHS Â¬ K Â¬ CHILL CURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- Â¬ J Â¬ -- w Whicli lie sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State him a call and be convinced that you as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere els can you may go i7 i n i Iu n lUj -- McGord Aydelotte he Â¬ Â¬ C B SWAN CO Â¬ Â¬ HATTE cu vt oultccnrd ---- i haja GENERAL MEBCHANDISE -- 1 1 7 us - w rm i-- w I Â¬ I 1 1 1 i I -- m Iveii EJrjrk a X f sij Ulllui - Boots and Slioes -- lmpimnts m x- -- - 1 - muMjwmyr Ae - tr- - X 3P v o - Hazel Geeen Hemeb v - - ERIAL FEATS FroKre HOME AND FARM The name rust proof as applied variety of oats has no significance It is as subject to rust as any other Troy Times Plenty of lime bone meal and gravely sand kept where fowls may have free and easy access supply material for egg shells The stains of oil may be removed from paper by applying pipe claj powdered and mixed with water to the con- Â¬ sistency of cream Leave the mixture on four hours Albany Journal Hens like to feel themselves in se- Â¬ clusion while occupying the nest If such places be providedr it will lessen tlie danger of stealing away and laying in dark corners TI eslern Rural To soften wrought iron first heat it until it becomes a low red color and cool it in soft soap Reheat it to a low red as before and let it cool in lime It is said that this treatment makes the iron very soft Plain Doughnuts One pint of sour milk one teacup of sour cream one teaspoonful of soda dissolved in the milk and flower enough to knead hard Let the dough stand about an hour be- Â¬ fore frying in very hot lard The Household A correspondent of the Rural Home says the striped bug finds its food by the sense of smell and any thing which will disguise the odor of the plants will if applied in season serve as a protection He applies gypsum by sifting it over the plants before sunrise Mix a handful of quicklime in four ounces of linseed oil boil to a good thickness then spread it on tin plates in the shade and it will become very hard but may be dissolved over the fire as glue A glue which will resist the action of water is made by boiling one pound of common glue in two quarts of skimmed milk Prairie Farmer Sunflower seeds are especially good for fowls when fed in proper propor- Â¬ tion with grains says the Husbandman They are very oily having somewhat the nature of flaxseed The usual esti- Â¬ mate of yield is a gallon of oil to a bushel of seed and the oil is said to be of superior character for many mechani- Â¬ cal uses and when suitably refined is used on the table Bread Pudding For a family of three take an earthen dish which will hold one aud one half epiarts of water In the morning fill tin dish a little more than halt full of bread cut quite fine cover with milk and add rasins Let it stand until time to bake then salt sweeten with brown sugar and spice with cinnamon The dish will be nearly full Bake two hours in a mod erateoveu Let it boil and whey Household The best and earliest grains of corn are those next to the butt of the cob they form earlier mature sooner and yield earlier and stronger plant The best fruit buds are those that form on the first third of the wood of last years growth Back pruning cuts off fruit buds it is true but the fruit that is left will be much larger and finer on ac- Â¬ count of it The best and earliest cab Â¬ bage turnip parsnip kale or mustard seed arc those that grow on the main stem of that plant the laterals should always be rejected X Y Herald Spread Eagle Having prepared a chicken for cooking cut off the neck and legs and plit it right through lengthwise from breast to back only jum enough to hold the two sides to- Â¬ gether Spread them out on a board diy the inside with a cloth spread them over with cold butter season plenti- Â¬ fully with pepper and salt and little cayenne and broil them quickly over a clear lire till done but not so much done a to be at all dried up Squeeze a drop or two of lemon juice over and Toledo Blade send to table very hot to ft IMtJfCMt s O0OM3terejiter Navigation Hurls Recent Years The most recent feats with conclu Â¬ a - of BhUgCii IlAZELfGEEEN - - ssHrucacr sive proof in the JieW bom sciencftof balloon navigation- was performed in Ktfulce on September 24 1885 by the young military engineers the brothers Rcnard from the camp of Chalons within a few miles of Paris Starting Cocoanut culture is growing rapidly along the lower coast of Florida The keys from Biscayne Bay to Key West contains many thousand new trees and there are tens of thousands from one to four or five years old Chicago Tri-Â¬ bune ii A HJGH TONED BURGLAR Wfcfct m r J j J5 of three miles each way On this jour- Â¬ ney in the outward trip the wind was aganst them opposng the advance of the apparatus toward the capital at the rate of four meters per second The revolution of the screw was oo per mmute its diameter 7 meleis The volume df the balloon was l8f 0 cubic meters tilled with pure hydrogen gas Tlie machine was of eight hore power Anll Tie pretty generally conceded constructed by M- - Gramme with a bat-Â¬ reeUere that mone but burglar of tery by Captain Renard weighing in all the TeryfSnestfeclJngsi jcbuld have writ- Â¬ 320 kilos and capable of worlrng at the ten the above and iiscistcnce is well rate gh en for two hours The whole calculated to cause the blush of shame journey was performed with perfect to mantle the cheeks of the cracksmen evenness and the balloon acted in a of the East There may be exceptions most satisfactory manner After tho but afc a rnle tlie burglars of the Atlan journey Captain Charles Renard sad tic seaboard do not draw the line at I consider the problem of a rial navi- Â¬ presents They draw it at a red hot gation solved by the results of our ex store We dqn ever remember peri meuL A journey was also made to have heard of ti burglar whose chosim on September 23 188 with much the field of labor was tlie Eastern States re- same results the only d fltrence was turning a silver card case worth forty that the wind was with tho rcrial boat dollars on the romantic ground that ft going out and against her on the return was a present and that the white w nged lourney and was light all the time angel of Duty would not sutler him to blowiugat the rate of one meter per tak anything- which came under the econd The distance covered was about head of gage if amour fivenrle In tlius voluntarily surrendering an On November o 1884 Captains Ren- Â¬ elegant piece of slver which fat had ard and Krcbs madia balloon voyage earned by the sweat of hi dark lantern from Mendon to Bellancourt and re- Â¬ and at the risk of having hi s persona turned alighting at the pjint from liberty interfered with and hs body which they started in forty five minutes filled with pistol ball the Illinois burÂ¬ This was the third attempt made by glar has accomplished two good things Captain Rcnard wHh hi balloon and Be has not only done much to elevae steering apparatus thj second having the standard of applied hoie breaking proved a failure H s firt attempt was the country over but he has gone far in August 1884 with mi eh good results o convince the intelligent foreigner as to create the geateM interest in all that the West Jof the HtaKs is bv the military circles of Europe Tho ffio means as wild a it is too often balloon was cigar shaped and pointed painted For the intelligent foreigner at each extremity ln the car were may well conclude that if the V extern seats fortwo aeronauts and the balloon burglar is so fine a gentleman as to had a directing apparatus and rudder corn to appropriate forty dollar silver The force was obtained by a series of car4 cases the dominating forces of that electric accumulators of ten horsesection of our country must b- such power and the balloon was operated as to stand for the highfst for four hour civiUzataon the most clarified ethics On October 29 188 an experiment We are aware jin impression is abroad took place at the ilace de la Defense 3n England on the continent that there Oourbevoe Paris under iL Brisson as wickedness in Chicago that Cincm but the cable apparatus failed and the siati is no better than she might be that result was consequently unsatsfactory In June 1879 Prof Grimly anda St Louis is given over to world lines and that the abandoned sign pool for newspaper correspondent started from he drinks may be eeen in sundry oth Montreal for New York in the air ship Ser Western cities After this it wll be Canada but they had a fearful ex Â¬ xceedingly difficult to convince the un- Â¬ perience and came near losing their prejudiced mind that such tories are lives owing to the poor quality of the The burglar gas used siot malignant falsehood whose houor was sosensitive- - that he In September l7i Prof C R Rteh would have none of forty dollar pre- ells ar hip was eut up at Hartford sentation card cases has damped them Conn It coiimVW of a balloon above and a ruL name of tills lugh -tone self i power vertical screw- worked bv hand- Tlie beneath for lifting purposes and denying burglar is not given Nor a horizontal bcrew for steering The is if intimated that that hi portrat o result was any thing but a sneers in appear in one of the illustrated papers a four mile breeze it could be steered jit is not even rumored that he is sts- - but at a little increase above that force jpeeted of an intention to lecture to go t drifted miles to leeward A Y Her- Â¬ lupon the stage to accept an engagement ald at a Bowery rau euni lie would ap- Â¬ pear to be a plain unostentatous perVALUABLE MOSAICS son averse to having hs left hand know what card cases his right hand re Ilisf ovcrr of rlisti Itelics of AiKirnt turns caring only for the commenda CHrlh jpo tnl Rom tion of an approving conscience S Y Xot long ago some highly artistic rel Tribune ics of ancient Carthage were disponed of at an auction in London Two of FACTS ABOUT SHRIMPS the finest of these are moacs in splen Their Great Importance In I he Incomjire did prefer vaton each about three feet henlbl fcconoinv of Nature pquare The one represents a woman If you take a portion of tlie compound rolled and wearing a crown of flowers oyc5of a bluebottle or a butterfly clear with a youth sUing beside her and the 5t from the pigments and fit it to the other a youth csimTug on his shoulders iriieroscope you will find that any thing an cigle The e have been called wbich is seen through it will be multi Peace and War but there seem plied in proportion to the number of to b no author ty for this Both works early Carthaginian and facets which come within the field of are evident must have lylonjied to a period when vision Does then the creature see Canhage held a hgh position as a nurs many image j or only one ery of art especially in the beautiful art Tliere hadbeen much controversyjre of mosaic work of which ancient specting the theory of Mosaic Vision Grcece hns left not a trace whilst the u it is called from-the esemblanc of mo acs of Rome are of a much later the lcnes to the little squares of date It will be lviivmbered that CarÂ¬ Mosaic work 1 think however that thage was celebrated for her beautiful thercjean be no doubt on the subject colored marbles and for the wonderful If wef who have two eves onty sec a skill of her artist and workmen which single image tliereSsno reason why were known throughout the civilized the two hundred or even two thousand world for Carthage was a large city lenses should not have the efleet of pro Â¬ one hundred and lorn years before the jecting a single image upon the optic foundations of Rome were laid It nerve of the shrimp is possible therefore that the peculiar Now for the gills which are substi- art of working in mosaic may tutes for lungs have been in Car Â¬ originated If you wilFlift uj the carapace you thage and have may found wfll see on each side a row of white its way to Rome where it might have foaiJjur-like objects closely pressed been pracfed by Roman or even Car Â¬ against the sides These are the gills thaginian artit But as a rule the which to all intents and purpo e re Roman work is very inferior to the Car Â¬ fcomlJlc thoe of the fishes In the lob thaginian These specimens were with ster they are popularly known as many others collected ijy Count drfer iadios lingers In theea where the isson from recent excavations made in water i always iu motion the shrimp a irarden at Danar-e-Scinear Tunis lixs no trouble in breathing but in the and situated in the midst of the ruins of itiifl water of an aquarium the creature ancient Carthage Of the authentic ty is obliged to kcn some of ifS foot iaw3 of these relics there can be therefore in rapid motion soa to drive a current j no possible doubt as they were brought of water over the gills drect from the site of the city itself Of what umj is The two referred to together with sev- Â¬ Another question the shrimrj except to be eaten with tea eral other interesting specimens were and bread and butter purchased by Mr Edwin Long R A Here we find that the creature playf Whilst on the subject of mosaics we no unimportant part in cosmic econo- may mention that a valuable discovery my The sea is filled with living oeing has just been made at Chiusi in Italy myriads of which die daily lnle- - Whih t some workmen were digging oiit ome means existed by which their dead a watercourse at the foot of a hill near foodies could be removed the water Monte Venere they came upon a mo- Â¬ would be polluted and unable to sustain saic pavement about nine feet by six feet life iso the shrimp forms part of the in size The center represents a double groat army of cavengers which ha hunting cene in the top row are three bean appointed for tho purification of tags a hunter with a spear tJheja and although individually it below pursued byfollowed by two hunt-Â¬ is a boar may swni to be invgriitieant it is col ers carrying each an axe and lance GctivoJy of the highest importanc and The whole work is in perfect preservacould not be spared without disturbing tion well and carefully executed with tho whole economy of nature Argosy much fire and spirit and is interesting t as being the first piece of mosac pave- Â¬ A Brilliant Grafting Operation ment tnat has been discovered in Cliiusi Chambers Jour- Â¬ Apropos of the recent accident to Dr or its neighborhoodnal VonGuddcn a Munich paprtr recalls the unhappy fate of one of his sons A Collector altonstall of Boston re- Â¬ fewyoart ago thisyoung man a prrm cently refused to admit a tricycle free of Ssiiig art tudit visited a masked ball duty although the Boston man who in a peculiarly dangerous costume with brought it from England claimed that it the avowed purpose of showing that an was for his personal use and that he other man who not lon previously had had ridden it once in England The lost Wis life by wearing Mich a costume Treasury Department has just reversed and coming near a candle owed hi the decision of the collector and sus-Â¬ misfortune solely to his ignorance is to tained the claim of the importer that the the management of Ham tiuddeu machine had been in actual use abroad boldly played with candles until sud Boston Fosl donly his costume caught lire and be fora it could le extinguished his arm A canal seven mile long with a wore Uy ribly burned The doctors sub carryinir capaoltv of live thousand inch Â¬ iuqiuoitly decided iliat his arm could es has been completed at Azusa Los be parHy rcMoretl U usefulness if Angeles County CL to vater a new Mvin could be gradually grafted from the San Gabriel river take irriga- Â¬ for on them from the arm of other perÂ¬ tion purposes sons i5fvcrallmnlrel tudent iinme diatclyvounteered to gve a portion of The remains of Mrs Confer who heir Skin andto dav the vounjr man to write althougn he died ten years ago near Portland O 5aole were recently exhumed and found to bo has lwiottlJgwl to abandon his profr--- Chicago Burglars entered the liouaeot Couaty Attorney Jlaw last 3Ibnuay and BiORg other things stole a silver card cae worth 40 a present to Mrs Law A mail carrier to day handed to Mrs Law alarce paelcage aadrsesed lo containing tJwf Tbe ord case anaTter Jer letter whs as XOliOWS Mk Law Dbb Madvks Inclosed von ilJfindyouraKftease- - KWo wis that you appreciate it hlgtriv as a gitfvee return ftto yotu We never take presents Yours at twenty five minutes after four oclock db5eao that there is not In theafteruoon the seronnuls reached mylioior among Illinois thierea but Point dtt Jout after live oclock return- Â¬ that the beoer f tfeHeate vrtcty ing to the camp at twenty five minutes Here is the telegram referred to to Bix theffiame afternoon a distance pjireia His Self Denyiny Action Ha Duna Jm- - tk Wild TTcitern Sratei It wemld apesr from a jecent dis- - Health offlcfals of Brooklyn Philadel- Â¬ phia Baltimore and other cities indorsa Bed Stak Cougu Core Twenty five cents bottle Was tho man intoxicated who fell ia tne areas tent last evening asked Mrs De Groof of her husband Ko the man was all right was the reply Hs was walking a tight rope Life m GaAThair however caused is restored to its original color by Balls Hair Bene wer Persons suffering from Ague of long standing will find a specific in Ayers Ague Cure M Anew game of cards is called matri-Â¬ mony If the man wins he takes the girl if the girl wins she takes the man JPMa ddphia Call - St 5jsr Those Nuisances Rheumatism and the Gout are- relieved by Glenns ScLrnoa Soap Whisker Dte Black or Hills Hair Brown 50c at What would a woman do without a i3 asked Use anothers looking glass You cant stick a woman as easy as that Chicago Ledger ZJZ TW Â¬ Bronchitis is cured by frequent small doses of Pisos Cure for Consumption Tes we should like to have write for our pappr Address your etter to tho business office and it will bo sont to you Jf T Independent TElSURGGAL INSTITUTE Viot Arthur Â¬ It afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr Isaac Thompsons Eye Water Druggistssell it 25c A New York newspaper boasts that it owns a tomahawk We should judge so from the character of its illustrations Burlington Fret Fress No 663 Main Street BUFFALO K Y a Hospital hut a pleasant Itemed fal Home organized Willi PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS treatment of all Chrenic Diseases - A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN And exclusively devoted to the Think of Tnh ofnnmorln the blood till the foul matter has be one so powerful as to cause terrible scrofulous ares awful sufferinR and finally as tho system becomes drained of all its strength death Borne have neslocted distress after eatinjj heart fevra occasional headaches and other early symp i of dyspepsia till this painful disease baa be aosae incurable and the victim barely sustains a saturable existence Othera neglect that tired feeling pains in the fcck weakness languor till general debility and kidney or liver disease becomes flrmly fixed upon thtm and there is no hope of recovery Bo wiso in time Hoods Sarsapanlla will cure wbea in tho power of medicine scrorula salt rheum boils pimples dyspepsia headache bilious nass catarrh rheumatism that tired feeling and any disease or affection caused by impure blood or lw state of the system B sure to get tho peculiar medicine Manr people have neglected slight manifestations This imposing Establishment was designed and erected to accommodate the larare number of invalids who visit Buffalo from every State and Territory as well as from many foreign lands that they may avail themselves of the professional serncei ok the Staff of skilled epecialista in medicine and surgery that compose the Faculty of this widely celebrated Institution FASE SMiB BUmW -- LIKE OFFER TO INVALIDS We earnestly invito you to come gee and examine for yourself our institutions appliances advantages and success in curiny chronic diseases Have a mind of your own Do not listen to or heed the counsel of skeptical friends or jualoua physician who know nothing of up our system of treatment or means of cure yot who never lose an opportunity to misrepresent and endtvor to prejudice people against us We are responsible to you for what we represent and If vou come and visit ua and And that y we have misrepresented tt any pcrticular our institutions advantages or success we will promptly reinatl oS We court all expensescandidyour trip we are doinghonest sincere Investigation hava ao secrets and are only too grd to aitoam all people what interested and for suffering humanity Â¬ - By our original system of diagnosis we can treat many chronic diseases just as successfully without as with a personal con- Â¬ While we are 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 we have not seen one person in fUe hundred whom we have cured The per-Â¬ fect accuracy with which scientists are enabled to deduce the most minute particulars in their several departments appears almost miraculous if we view it in the light of tho early ages HOT ALWAYS EEAMY Hoods Sarsapaiiiia field y all druggists 81 six for f3 Prepared only by I HOOD CO Apothecaries Lowell Mas4 a IOO Doses One Dollar JOHM OB BULLS Â¬ r 5 lis Tonic Sot FOR THE CURE OF Take for example the electro magnetic telegraph the greatest invention of the age Is it not a marvelous degree Of accuracy which enables an operator to exactly locate a fracture m a sub Â¬ marine cable nearly three thousand miles long Our venerable clerk of the weather has become so thoroughly familiar with the most wayward elements of nature that he can accurately predict their movements tie can sit in Washington and foretell what the weather will be in Florida or New York as well as if several hundred miles did not intervene between him and the places named And so in all departments of modern science is the what msnKsccns signs is required eviciuiitsknowledge of certain rrom inese ufuutv ureuraie tou S- IGHS Gr elusions regardless of distance So also in medi- or eymptoms and by reason of this fact we Disease signs been enabled to originate ana penect a sys- Â¬ have Li tem of determining with the greatest accuracy tho nature of chronic diseases without seeing and personally examining our patients Ia recognizing diresses ritbout personal examination of the patient we elaim to poooeog no miraculous powers We obtain our knowledge of the patients disease br the practical application to the practice of em cine of well established principles of modern science And it is to the accuracy with which this system has endowed us that we owe our almost world wide reputation of skillfully troarJa lingering or chronic affections This system of practice ami iae marvelous success wdicq una acvu aiuuum it demonstrate tho fact ptoELOUSi through certain phenomena which that disease being ab display analysis furnish abundant 1 jected to scientific 1 Success and unmistakable data to guide the judjrmeet of the skillful practitioner aright in1 determinism the nature of diseased conditions The most ample resource for treating lingering or chronic diseases and the greatest skill are 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 particulars of our origi Â¬ nal scientific system of examining and treating patients at a dis Â¬ tance are contained in TTfee Peoples Cosmos 5eiM By K V Pierce 31 D 1000 paes aa4 mredlcal Adlser 1M over 300 colored and other uluatrationa Sent post paid Or write and describe your symptoms inclosing ten cents im stamps and a complete treatise on your particular disease will be sent you with our terms for treatment and all partlculn TO SEK PATIENTS A Ir 1 1 FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES The proprietor of this celebrated mediciao justly claims for it a superiority over all rem Â¬ edies ever offered to the public for the SATE 5 It a well known fact and one that appeals to the judgment of every thinking person that the physician who devotes his whole time to tbo study and investigation of a certain class of diseases must become better qualified to treat such diseases than he who attempts to treat every ill to which fiesb is heir without giving special attention to any clasa of diseases Men in all ages of the world who have become famous have devoted their lives to aomo special branch of science art or literatMre By thorough organization and subdividing the practice of medicine and surgery in thi3 institution every invalid is treated by a specialist one who devotes his uudivided attention to the particular class of diseases to which the case belongs The Medical 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 ia the treatment of every malady incident to Jmmaity is - AB APPLIED TO aSEBICINIL -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CATTLE PEST 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ at Â¬ -- i Â¬ - Â¬ Inoculation as a Kelinblc Preventive of Plcuro Pneumonia Tor the past three years Pennsylvania ha been the only one of the State in Â¬ fected by this disease which from time to time could be pronounced free from it aud which could trace all outbreaks to infection from other States Much of this success is due to the plan pur- Â¬ sued anl this is practically acknowl- Â¬ edged by the fact that the special agent of the Governor was recently summoned to Washington for consultation with the National authorities as to a course to be adopted by all States in a general attempt to get rid of the disease As oon as the herd is taken posses son of by the State officers all diseased animals are killed and the others inocu- Â¬ A portion of the virus from the lated lung of a diseased animal i inserted under the akin near the end of the tail and in the course of from eight to ten days the peculiar symtoms are to a very limited extent exhibited Great care is necessary in the selection of the virus for inoculation If the disease in the lung from which it i taken is too far advanced there is danger of blood poisoning If not far enough advanced it will fail to take effect Thu far it has been found to bo an ample protection In performing the operation the hair is first removed from a pont near the end of the tail and with a needle made for the purpose a seton of woolen yarn saturated with the virus is drawn under the skin and left there in about one week inflamma- Â¬ more or les tion is shown and in bad cases the portion of the tail below the inocu- Â¬ lation drops oil after having reached a certain pont all symptoms subside and the animal is found to posses an im Â¬ munity from the disease in exactly the same manner as evicts in an animal which has had a light attack in the natural way and has recovered In three years experience no inoculated nimal although purposely exposed in some cases to infecfou has been known to have the disease in any shape or form It is claimed that this inoculation give immunity for a considerable length of lime but how long it may be depended upon the State officers are not pre- Â¬ pared to say It is claimed in this way many ani Â¬ mals have been freed from all danger and that the saving to owners has amounted to several thousand dollars In all cases it has saved much expense to the State After a little experience the operator assisted by a novice can inoc- Â¬ ulate forty animals per hour and in Europe where it is practiced it is com- Â¬ mon to charge five cents per head for the operation the only skill required beiuir in the selection of the virus from the diseased lung It is possible to cul- Â¬ tivate this virus and by repeated culti- Â¬ vation to reduce its power but after careful experiments it is not found to entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of tho assertion that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if the directions are strictly followed and carried out In a great many case3 a single dose has been sufficient for a cure and whole families have been cured by a single bottle with a per- Â¬ fect restoration of the general health It iSv however prudent and in every ca30 moro cer- Â¬ tain to cure if its use is continued ia smaller doses for a week or two after tho di3oase has been checked more especially in difficult and long standing cases Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep tho bowels in good order Should tho patient however re Â¬ quire a cathartic medicine after having taken three or four dose3 of tho Tonic a single dose of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will bo sufficient USE no other pill Price SLOO per Bottle Six Bottles for 55 CEBTAIN SPEEDY and PESHAHEHT cure of Ague and lever or Chills and Pever wheth- Â¬ er of Bhort or long standing He refers to the DRa JOHP1 BULLS LOUISVILLE SMITHS TONIC SYRUP BULLS SARSAPAR1LLA BULLS WORM DESTROYER Tho Popular Remedies of the Day Principal OGlcc 831 Main St KT ELYS UHtAifiLlALftl It is how quick Flys BjS F6MXU tS Cream Balm has helpd and cured me KAYFEVEPil suffered from acute 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the removal of a Illustrated Treatise PXIjES FISTUIiE and other diseases affecting the lower disease which does not exist Our Complete Treatise on Diseases of the Digestive Organs will be sent to any address on receipt of bowels are treated with wonderful success The worst cases of pile tumors are permanently cured in fifteen to twenty days ten cents in postage stamps DIABETES and T3KIGI2T5 sajJ kindred maladies 332SEASZ3 very largely treated send tea cents for Illustrated Treatise nave been Organic nervous debility premature RIOHEY and cures effected in thousands of cases which had 1 Oeugite S decline of weakness the manly powers involuntary vital been pronounced beyond hope These diseases are lrtccoa imtwircW mrffcmri v trTita1 flTrfotr ov0npl I Diseases readdv diatrnosticated or determined bv chemical nsoraoco 1 of wUI power melancholy weak back and ila- S rtrrrt ofTrfvtinn J analysis of tho unn without a personal examina r UC4GtO art srwfdilV- - thnrrmcrhlTr mnri tion of patients wno can incretorc generally be SBBSBonaM manentiy cured The study and successfully treated at their homes is hardly necessary To those acquainted with our institutions practice of chemical analysis and microscopical examination of to say that the Invalids Hotel and Surgicalit Institute witb the cases with reference to correct branch establishment located at No 3 New Oxford Street London the urine in our consideration of diagnosis in which our institution long ago became famous has England have for many years enjoyed the distinction of being naturally led to a ery extensive practice in diseases of the urinary the most largely patronized and widely celebrated institutions in organs Probably no other institution in the world has been so the world for the treatment and cure of those anctions which largely patronized by suffers from this class of maladies as the old arise from youthful indiscretions and pernicious solitary practices aud world famed Worlds Dispensary and Invalids HoteL Our We many years ago established special Department for the specialists have acquired through a vast and varied experience treatment of these diseases under a the management of some of great expert ness in determining the exact nature of each case the most skillful physicians and surgeons on our Staff in order and hence have been successful in nicely adapting their remedies that all who apply to us might receive all the advantages of a full for the cure of each individual case Council of the most experienced specialists These delicate diseases should bo carefully treated I We offer no apology for devoting so muck n OAUTIOm f by a specialist thoroughly familiar with them and UfFFR I attention- to this neglected class of diseases competent to ascertain the exact condition who is DCJicvingdo conuitioa oi Humanity is too and stape of advancement which the disease has fOpf ftfjy 8 wretched to merit the sympathy and best J4i ULucl fi cervices of the noble profession to which xn made which can only be ascertained ty a careful chemical and microscopical examination of the urine for medicines which are belonsr Many who suffer from these terribla curative in one stage or condition are known to do poUre injury diseases contract them innocently Why any medical man intenS therefore mothers We have never druggists attempted to putup anything on doing good and alleiating suffering should shun such cases recommending to cure these we cannot imagine Why any one should consider it otherwise for general sale through diseases although possessing very superior remedies knowing full than most honorable to cure the worst cases of these diseases well from an extensive experience that the only safe and success- Â¬ we cannot understand and yet of all the other maladies which ful course is to carefully determine the disease and its progress in aflLet mankind there is probably none about which physidsne each case by a chemical and microscopical examination of the in general practice know so little urine and then adapt our medicines to the exact stage of the dis- Â¬ W e shall therefore continue as heretofore to treat with our ease and condition of our patient best consideration sympathy and skill all applicants who are sufÂ¬ To this wise course of action we attribute the fering from any of these delicate diseases Wonderful marvelous succe33 attained by our specialists in PliDCn IT Unuc ilostof thesecasescanbetreatedbyuswheH that important and extensive Department of our UUncU Ai IJUiSt at a distance just as well as if they were hers institutions devoted exclusively to the treatment inperson Success of diseases of the kidneys and bladder The treat-Â¬ Our Complete and Illustrated Treatise 16S pages oa these sub Â¬ ment of diseases of the urinary oreans havinar jects is sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in stamps constituted a leading branch of our practice at the Invalids Hotel Hundreds of tha most difficult operations knows and Surgical Institute and being In constant receipt of numerous t SUBSiGAL to modern surgery are annually performed in th inquiries for a complete work on the nature and curabilityof these ts most skillful manner by our maladies written in a 6tyle to be easily understood we have pub- Â¬ Large Stones are safely removed from tb lished a large Illustrated Treatise on these diseases which will be I Practice f Bladder by crushing washing and pumping them pent to any address on receipt of ten centa in postage stamps out thus avoidinjr the irreat daneer of cnttincr TNFJLAirciTCATXOX OF THE BLAD Our specialists remove cataract from the eye thereby curing blind Â¬ BuqqebI IER STONE IN TSIE BliADDER ness They also straighten cross eyes and insert artificial ones I Gravel Enlarged Prostate Oland Re Â¬ when needed 3Iany Ovarian and also Fibroid Tumors of th and kindred affections Uterus are arrested coupled IDisejsesJJ tention of Urine those in the cure of which with other means of ia growth and cured by electrolysisdanger oC may be Included among our invention whereby the great our specialists have achieved extraordinary suc cutting operations in these cases is avoided Especially has the success of our improved operation3 for Vari Â¬ cess These arc fully treated of in our illustrated pamphlet on cocele Hydrocele Fistula Kuptured Cervix TIterL and for Rup Â¬ Urinary Diseases Sent by mad for ten cents in stamps alike gratifying both to ourselves and our STRICTURES ATI URINARY TIS- - tured Perineum beenhave been the operations TULiiE Hundreds of rase of thoworstform patients Not less soCervical Canal results of numerousfemale gen- Â¬ TRIDTUOE a condition in the oi strictures many ox cnem grranyf aggravated for Stricture of the erally ntoilting in Barrenness- - or Sterility and the cure of which fha ranlnca ilea ef inztmrnta RI5 painless operation removes this commonest of im Â¬ of inexperienced physicians and surgeons causing false passages by a safe and the bearing of offspring pediments to urinary listuke and otner complications annually consult us for A Complete Treatise on any one or the above malsdies rill be relief and cure That no case of thi clasa is too difficult for the eent on receipt of ten cents ia stamps skill of our specialists is proved by cures reported in our illus- Â¬ mi trated treaties on these maladies to which we refer with pride To aiiaouga ttb nave m tne preceding para Â¬ intrust this class of cases to physicians of small experience is a 111 Ghhomiq graphs made mention of some of the special dangerous proceedinsr Many a man has boen ruined for life by so ailments to which particular attention is mvpn by doing while thousands annually Io5C their lives rhroash unskillful Diseases I Hotel and the EDedalistn at the Tnvtw Sursrical Institnti wfc th tna treatment Send particulars of your ca3C and ten cents in stamps tution abounds ia skill facilities and ap ItJllLUUC muoiinMvi muwo vvuuhumuj luauj lW3tmuUJiU3 UrCWIALil i paratus for the successful treatment of Epileptic 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