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ncT'ra Fanev, select package Me. tom-
lliniKlifcn. good 8e;dryialt, gooilt;dry
fllntA. rooil 7c: aheeotklnn I6c340c,
roi'i rar CUolce old hen. !.oo; apilngcra
large 13.00: old turktin. Hie to per
iuu loaiiiereu, per uwct,
Woiib Komtnnl. .. .
ltetS.n mulauea 40of(764l.
IisitD faoir Apple., blight (e; evaporated
iuc,iiacues, icaic(i juo, unpeaieuwi.
Con z Green Itlo.cholre J5ei ordinary KJ
uoaateu ennoe Aruucaie ix uoiueu
'red and cube.
oc; cut iniioo, extra u.a; ycuu ;to
ItICK Head rice per lb. Hie
I"0T4T0i Choice Michigan bulk, per bu.hel
lie; a T.r.any iumci,uu.
fruits and A!,!.
An Selected, 9 CO per ban el.
tierbnr. brleht. 14.00.
Lu n Mculna,faneyiUe,seOperboxS.SO
FLO, it Patent 1 13; Ntandard it 79,
I'o wioin Ham. per lb. li)(ofor countly,
and II. fortugarcureu; nreakfait bacon, llH'i
IJe, Choice leaf lard, per lb. ion.
Advice 'io Womek
If you would protect yourself
from Painful, i'rofuse, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation
you must use
OAriTxnaTiLLg, April M, ISM.
ThlJ Trtll certify that tv o membera of in)
Imme Hate family, after havluz tuffcred for
year, from Meiutriml Irrcaularlly,
being timated without benefit by phyalrlaus
ero at length completely cured by one bo tit
of Uiudfleld'a female llrjrulaior. It'
iSecl ! truly wonderful. J, v, Htuamoi
Dook to " WOMAN " malle.1 fltyE, which eonlalul
Ta.aaUa laXvrmaUuu tu all fnial dlMau.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
VOV. SAliS BY AlA. ltuuauiira.
Th! Oreat Qerman Medicine ! tho
CHEAPEST and tU IZS dosci
of fculpliur Hitter for 11.00, lou
urn one cent ft uose.
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irJU nrauiuiuii uiiui arrtti n a
0C.ROFULA. In j,ut J0ur tru;t
tukbpra. tloop tera. tfia rjureit
rt awted 1MM,Ma'i(ll ecji.
jfi bu.pliur Hitter .,n.r mail.
Itl i to. iwo. frriiTED with a
M.tlA.. .Ilbw anK.
tlltoiaorrow, thmraf It your
irv a uotue i llrcath foul and of-
TODAY. feneWer Your
la OUT or OnDCR.
TJo Sulphur llltter tmmdUtely.
it you ro tick, no matter Wlut
a!l you, tuo Sulphur Bitten.
XJOI1D WW UOtu JUU ujoi
to walk, cr wo lUt on your lck,
put 8t soma a i wnwBi , wiu
curayou. f upiiur a,
TDK INVALID' FRIEND.
Aormm ow mi cjrvLOiMrr o T
To Introduce a lerl. a of TlnbU
Mlnr.tlAn.l.rfi.. th. .bate
will U tent to all .rpllcmu I
Jamis r. Down; ruL,
' 04B UltOAOWAUItKWrOKK.
ffn ihmJa ,,., h Innll.Dfln ..Itn ,11.1.
water mixtures, compounded by In-
experienced lieinons, wlicn )ou Imvo
tlio oiiortunity or tctiniK utto's uuro
rice 01 cuargo. win you continue, to
Irritate your throat and lutiiii with
that tcrriblo hackliiK couah when H.
O. Hardwlck will fiirnldi )ou n frco
eainjilo Iwltlo of this groat guaranteed
remedy? Hold a boltld of Otto's
(Juro to tho light and ohicrrolU beau
tlful uohlen color nnd thick heavy yr
I'll. Largest packages and purest
goons. Jvargo uotllo ooc.
A DISGUSTED DOQ.
tier Terlod or Faroe Cot Short by a Hor
lie stretched himself out In tho hammock
with the air of a man who hu a
whole summer afternoon before him,
and means to let it dream Itself away.
He was absolutely unrnfllcd by what
had occurred. Tho rorelatlon of her
falthlcBsneas had left him perfectly
He filled his pipe without scattering
the tobacco over his tennis suit, and
Bucceded In (retting a light with tho
first match, although the hammock
swayed gently and a wandering breeze
came and played under the old apple-
Hut his little cocker spaniel needed
no futher Invitation than tho sod faraway
look In his eyes, for she sprang
boldly Into the hammook and stretched
herself out on his broad chest.
As she placed her paws around his
neck and cuddled her silky head close
under his chln.she knew that tho marks
of her feet, on his clothing, would meet
with no reproof In such an emergency.
She lay there quietly without licking
his faco In her usual demonstrative
fashion, for she was a wise Httlo beast,
and felt that moist and doggy kisses
were not tho sot he would welcome
"Good, old girl," he said, as he drew
her closer to him. " You are fond of me,
anyway. You and the pipe and I are
three great old chums, and we don't
care for anyone else, do we? Not
Tho spaniel gated at him wistfully.
"She's not worth It, Is she?" he con
tinned. "Hut you're different. I hare
nerer done anything for you but beat
you when you don't mind, and take no
notice of you when you do. And yet,
you jumped overboard from the steam
er and came near being drowned, just
to eare an old straw hat of mine. But
you're only a dog. you know, and that's
whero it alt comes In.
"But shot I've done everything for
her that a man can do for a woman,
when he loves her, and now, she's gone
off with young Do Rocks. Hut, she's a
girl, and girls and dogs are not to be
compared In the same breath. So we'll,
let her go she Is
Joit a thing of puflf and patohaa,
Made for madrlgala and eatcbei
Not (or heart-wound bat (or scratch!.
"Ah, you are rehearsing, I sea"
Tho spaniel raised her head and
greeted the Intruder with a jealous
little growl. Then she found herself
unceremoniously spilled on the ground,
nt the young man rose to his feet.
"Rehearsing? I don't "
"Oh, no; I don't suppose you do remember,
but you were to read Dobsun
to me, down by the brook, this after,
noon. Instead, I Cnd you coolly lying
here and repeating one of the, moat
cynical sentiments to that Innocent little
dog of yours."
"I did not think you would return so
soon. When I went across tho lawn
to your house, I saw you coming down
the drive with De Rocks, In ,his cart."
"You saw my parasol; but I was not
"How could I know? It was held so
low that I could see nothing else," he
"You might hare known. I loaned it
to Jennie Whiting. When Frank asked
her to go driving with him she had a
premonition that she would look por.
fectly lovely In her red dress. Hut she
had no parasol to match It, so she very
coyly forgot hers, and made him stop
while she borrowed mine, and (a little
hotly) gavo rho a chance to find out how
much confidence you had m me."
"now could I know Jennie would be
"You will learn moro about girls,
"I don't care to about that kind. It
Is the perfect woman I am anxious to
study. Will you forgive me and give
me my first lesson this afternoon V
The cocker spaniel looked up Into
the girl's face, jvnd then making up his
mind that dogs were at a discount,
started In frantic pursuit of a hypothetical
sparrow. Harry Romalne, In
Ha Wa. Caleulatlue.
"Last month," said the drummer,
blowing a ring of smoke out upon the
air, "I was down In the mountain region
of Tennessee, having an ray traveling
companion a New Yorker, who
weighed three hundred pounds, at
least. Ono afternoon we stopped at a
blacksmith shop to ask a few questions
about the wny, and a chap, long-legged
and lank, enmo out and looked
curiously around the horses we were
riding, while the blacksmith was talking.
When we were ready to movo on,
he looked at my fat friend and smiled.
"What is It?" qucrried the New Yorker.
"Oh, nothtn', I reckon," he replied
"Yes, but something appears to have
amused you," persisted ray friend.
"No, not that, I reokon," ho said, "I
wns jlst cnlkerlatln'."
"Hr or well," he drawled along
hesitatingly, "Iwuxjlsta calkerlatla'
whether you traveled on hoasback ez a
passenger, er had to pay freight rutes."
Detroit Free Tress.
Wltne.aed Ilia Own Death.
The following story Is about Dr.
who saw himself die out west and
cam. back to llfo again. The doctor
told how ho saw hluuclf go out of his
body, saw his body lying on tho bed,
with his wife and sister kneeling by his
stdo and weeping. Hu thought It a
great joka on them that they should not
know he was as much alive as ever.
He laughed outright at tho joke, and
was surprised that they did not hear
him laugh, lie went out of the house
down street, and tlieu struck off Into
tho country, thinking to himself; "This
must be the road people take when they
die." He hadn't gouo far when a voice
warned him that If he got Iwyondo certain
point he couldn't got back. Hut
the sunsatlon of being frru from his
body was so delightful, and the landscape
was so Inviting, that he felt nu
deaire to return. All the while, however,
he sevined to be attached to his
physical body by a line, almost Invisible
thread, which kept drawing him back.
He last consciousness, and whon he revived
he was again lylug on hi bed
with his family around him. Boston
Hie Ijut Chaae.
fifiM Intttntf lilin rinwn .Mvlwl'm
sure, Mr, llurdlslgh, that you can And
plenty of girls right hare who can make
you much happier than I could.
lie tmourniouyi res, nut yow
Some Foolish People
Allow a couch to run until it got be
yond tlio reach of medicine. They say
often, "Oil, It will near away," but
in most cases it wears them away.
Could they b) induced to try tho
tnedlcltio railed Kemp's Dal
lam, winch i soul on a poauire suatr
sntco to cure, they would Immediately
tee tlio excellent clTuct after taking
tho first dose, l'rlco fiOc. and 11.00.
Trial bo tlio frco. At all druggists.
Should o wifo know hor husband's
income, is n question whiotf it lot of
disputationisLs are wasting time- over.
It does not matter a particlo w bother
alio should or shouldn't sho will,
Suggestion tor a Surrimer Trip,
If you wish to tnko tho trip of a
lifetime, purchase the low rato excur
sion tickets sold by all tho principle
linos id tho uuileu stales bhu
via the Northern Pacific Ilailroad
to Yollowstono National Park, Pacific
Coast and Alaska.
Tho trip is mado with tho highest
degree of comfort iu tho elegant
trains of the Northern Paelfio
iiailroad, which carry dining cars
anu luxurious Pullman sleeping cars
from Chicago, St Paul and Minneapolis
to Montana and the Pacific coast,
without change, and Bpccial Pullman
sloopors from SL Paul and Minneapolis
to Yellowstone Park.
Tho Rconory en route Is the most
magnificent to bo found in the seven
states through which the road passes.
Beautiful mountains, rivers, valloys,
akos una plains loilow oacu otnor in
lapid succession to delight the tour-ret,
who will also find interest in tho
agricultural, mining, lumbering', industrial
and other interests associated
with the development of the great
Tho crowning glory of tho trip
through tho North" ost, however, is
tho visit to Yellowstone Park, tho
land of hot springs, geTsers and gorgeous
canons, and to Alatika with its
endless ocean channels, snowcapped
peaks. Indian villages and giant glaciers.
If you wish to investigate this
further send to Charles 5.
'ee. Qeneral Paesoneer Atront, N. P.
R. It., St. Paul, Minn., for copies of
tho handsomely illustrated "Wonder
land" book, Yellowstone Park and
Tho new sub-Treasury building at
Sau Francisco baa au electric burglar
alarm installed botwooq the rows of
bricks so that any interference with
tbobrick8or cement will cause an
Many old soldiers, who cturtiacted
chrouic dianhoca while iu tho service.
bare sincu been permanently curod ot
it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nurt
Diarrhoea llPineuy. t orsaio uy
moro Wood, druggists,
A n oman's tomlfitono is the on' y
ooo in England upon which tho epi
taph is wntton in shorthand. If a woman
wroto thoenitaphil probably bad
to bo put in shorthand to get it all on
Tho Homeliest Man In
lIoiikiil illu. as well as the
an I ullior are invited to ration
any nd g t a frco trial bot
tle ol Kemp's Ualsam, fur the throat
and lung, remedy that sidls entirely
upon It merits and Is guaranteed to
relievo ami cu call clmnlc ami acuta
cou.tlis. Asthma. Bronchitis mid Con
sumption. Laige bottles CO.. and $1
Tho Royal Geographical society of
Eugland has ouly grouted its medal
to two wotnon Lady Franklin and
Mrs. Mary Somerville It should now
prepare another budg4 ot honor to
Mrs. Peary. lo rnerita it.
The amount the Loniou Cbomiwd
Co. proposes to pay iinvouo who will
nrovo that ntiv ono of the testimonials
concerning tho wonderful effects of
Lemon Chill Tonic, are not genuine.
Any ono cau write flattering articles
and sign fictitious names, but "Lemon
Chill Tonic' stands at the head as a
lilood Purifier, n L'onernl tonio aud
appetizer. Lemon, Chill Tonio is as
nleasant ns lemonade and as large as
the regular dollar size. AsU for Lemon
Chill Tonio aud iusist on getting
what you ask for, Take uo substitute
but get a Dome, ana you win maun
this paper for drawing your attention
to its meriU. Prico 60c. For sale
and guaranteed by It. C. Hardwick,
Hopkinsviile, and Mason & Wills,
The? late census report ou homicide
shows that in those states which huve
abolished capital punishment Wisconsin,
Michigan, and Rhodu Ialund
tho ratio ot murderers is lou than
tho average of tho Northern States,
la Marriage a rallure.
Ilawiyoti been trying to get tho
heat mil of exiKloiau without health
In jour family? Havcjou been wearing
out turn- I te f.'oiu the cllt'Ltg of
tlvspfpald, l.lvcr complaint ami Indigent
on? Arc) on sleepless hi night?
Du )ou awnkc in the morning feeling
languid, with coated longue and sallow,
haggard looks? Don't do it. A
slum t in the camp tells how Aunt Pan.
nv's Health llvalo'or has cuicd others;
It will cine. win. Tilnl package f'eo
Laigu klzufKV. at C.It IUhuwick's
Ouo of the most siguiUi ant curios in
Now York is n copper globo of the Ion-ox
llbrurr. It is ouly 41 inches in did-
motor but it Is believed to bo the earl-
liostglobn to lay down tbo now
by Columbus. It dates bauk to the
first docado of tbe sixteeuth century
An English admiral Bay: "It N
true, tho lif a saving sarvico of Amr
lea is not oqualod any whom In the
world." I also truo (hat Ayer's Cher
ry Pectoral saves, annually, thou
sauds of lives. Invaluable in sudden
colds, throat, aud lung troubles,
Tbo first light houso built on this
continent was built at St, Augustine
Fla. Its chief uo was a lookout
whence tbe rlpanisli poopU of the
town could seo vessels approaching
from Spain or get notloo o( tbe coming
of foes In tlmo to ruu away,
Rev. O. p, Brook
says that bis little girl i troubled
with malaria very sovorely, and that
incq be gave her Sulphur Bitters, bo
never tbluksof leaving New York for
IN A SWISS CANTON.
Mannar, and Charart.rlltlc. of th Uana
V.e of To-Pay.
The Oencvcse of to-day I mean the
trua Oensvese ono whose ancestor
were citizens, not habitants Is1 vory
murh attached to tho traditions of ths
past Ho knows his native town to the
very smallest details; every year he
celebrates tho anniversary ot the Escalade
either by eating n trout, a gooss
or some shrimps, with the rest oi
hit family, or by sharing ono ot tha
banquets got up by nil the societies
of the town for the occasion. According
to his age and position In soelcty,
he will either go to tho masquerade or
reverently sing the old Huguenot
hymn composed for tho day In a
patois. In religious matters ha
way havo broken with all definite belief,
but he will retain, handed down
to him through many generations, an
hereditary respect for Calvinism and
hatred for Roman Catholicism! he will
froquent a church where his ministers,
as In the time of Alerabert, will dwell
rather on morality than dogma, In a
style which, though certainly Improved,
Is not yet perfect Moreover, tho
think nothing of style; they car
for no language but the correct terse,
academic, somewhat declamatory form
of speech with certain affectations ol
purism. They were very much exercised
In their minds about the so-called
decadeurs; nowhere was more suss made
about them; they were bantered In the
papers, railed at meetings, and sometimes
even anathematized. It Is not
merely theoretical and practical morality
which Interests the Genevcse; he
Is also very particular about les
couvenances; always correct he often
appears ceremonious; cold, solemn
and stilted, he stands, so to speak,
upon his dignity. I think this
Is what Victor Cherbulles calls "being
perched up;" this weighty gravity of
demeanor seems to the author of I'aule
Mere a symptom ot vanity, but Perhaps,
It really Is merely the want of
versatility which tbe era of Calvinism
quite sufficiently explains. It Is, In
fact In the history of Ucnevn that history
so f uU of struggle and suspicion
that we must look for the origin of tho
most strikingly characteristic features
of the combat-loving Oencvcse ot the
nresont day. Ills physical nppearanoo,
hU marked features, express boforo all
things energy and tenacity; and. truth
to tell, he Is energetic and tenacious In
defending what he has and acquiring
what he has not often without any
aim In view, but just for the
pleasure of being what he Is.
Whether as lawyer or as merchant
Inventor or financier, he always
displays rare, patient Intelligent and
laborious activity In. attaining the end
ho has In ylewi he know whs, he
wants, he gets It and he keeps it,
Davlty was astonished ot the extreme
poverty of the Inhabitants of Geneva;
two centuries after he wrote, Stendhal
said: "The Oenevese are the chief moneyed
men of the continent; and at the
present day Ocnora numbers some hundred
millionaires amongst her citizens.
Although there are no longer any
sumptuary laws, although the taste for
elegance Is spreading, economy Is still
held in honor, a little less U always
spent than might be; very rich men
eschew tha usepf carriages. But economy
as understood by the true
la as far removed from
avarice as from prodigality; It permits
no useless luxury, bJows,
everything that augments comfort well-being,
and enjoymentof life. Nowhere
perhaps, be exercised with more grace,
but Is It not a fact that In every country
good works seem a kind of tax to
which the rich condemn themselves
with crabbed looks, more out of duty
than goodness? This combatlvlty,
Which W a valuable quality In bulreaV,
may become a fault (q social life. And,
truth to tell, the Oonereso I sometimes
very difficult to approach, and hs has
often not Inaptly been compared to tho
chestnut the fruit Is excellent, but to
get it you must prick your ODgers. Now
and then he Is not content with standing
suspiciously on guard; he easily becomes
aggressive and launches out Into
bitter Invective about trifles. He
knows this so well that ho has Invented
a word to describe this tendency In his
character. This Is avenalre; to be
avcnalrs 'Is to be rude, rough,
touchy, punctilious, sulky, and
gruff In a word, to have every possible
f?lll U? manper pofc destructlyg qf feal
goodness pf hearty b Retracting from.
Its Qharm.. In tho sime way the hlso,
pr bitter north wind, does not destroy
the beautiful landscape qfhn shores,
of the take, but It spoils the'f nloymeni
f them. Tho word nvenalrei fa cap,
ble of many shades of expression) ono
may be ciote or les4 avenalre, and
when this quality Is not In excess Its
owner Is bearable. You must not conclude
from all that has been said that
the Oenevese is au unsociable being;
far from that; there Is at Oencva a
very elegant and polite society mode
up of open-hearted people who have
(raveled a great deal, seen and read
rnueh, and with whom, when once one
admitted to their gathering, infer-course
Is very pleasant Kdwurd Bod,
In Harper's Weekly,
TH TRICK OF TIQE.
How Tha Dof Accomplished by Strategy
What ha Could Not Otherw I.e.
Like tho western ranchman, Florida
planters "round up" tholr cattle at
stated Intervals to take account of them.
On the eve of one such round-up every
ono took sides In a controversy ns to
the ability of Tlgo, a famous old yellow
dog hero of much difficult cattle-driving,
('scarred, reckless, resourceful,"
to hrln J up to the pen Partlcu.la.rly
wild and vicious black steer, whose
lawlessness threatened to demoralize
the whole herd.
The scene opened with what looked
like a hopeless confusion and rout; the
steer allowed neither man nor dog to
come within whip touch. Tlge, to his
supporters' amazement and disgust,
kept well on the outskirts of ths
all the Ihue With his eye ou tha
pjack monster, whose bellowing shook.
the air. .
At last tha dog made on," faltorlajf
run In the steer's direction. The creature
rushed upon him, and therewith,
without more ado, Tigs started In mad,
Ignominious flight tall between his
legs, the ntetnre of cowardly terror.
while the bull thundered after htm with
lowered head and wloked horns.
"Tlge turn tallt Tlge run!" gasped
the amazed and Infuriated boy. wtlQ
jiad maintained sturdily that the dog
Was liold enough and able to perform
"Yesl" shouted th tall old planter,
their father and Tlgo's owner, as, with
herd well in hand, they galloped after
the vanishing dog and steer. "But
you shoot Tlgo notice where he's
S o, Thst Cough
Have you caught cold from oxpos
ure to tbe wind, storm or woatberT If
DgetafrOo bottlo of Lemon Cbill
Tonic and take a teaapooiiful tbroo
times a day and you will bn ublu to
break it up at ouco, It is mado of the
purost rock candy syrup with toulut
nd Is a universal remedy for coughs or
colds, neuralgia or la grlprw. Put up
in largo bottles. A pleasant to taku
as lomonada insist on getting "Lomou
Chill Tonio" aad (akeuo substitute,
For sale and guaranteed by R, O.
Hardwlck llopklnsrille, and Mason
Wilis, .Newotsaa, Ky.
IMPUaiT'C! IN WATER.
Homathlnat Ah nil a I mmnn "onree of
c.e It Large t lllr..
Kvirr one IiutiM understand Uiatof
nil the myrah'a ot 1 nctrrla about us In
earth andnlrnm! water, the great ma
jority aro hnrtnlct. With very few exceptions,
tho lactrr'n which can do us
harm are those, nnd those nlone, which
come from the i dies of men and ant
mala affile ted with disease. Ro far as
water Is concerned nnd the same applies
io Ire It Is only sewage pollution
or stagnant Dlth which we hnvc to fear
and shun. Oood, pure, uneontamlnated
water, nnd Ice mado from such water
either by nature or by man, are entirely
wholesome, and they are not made
more wholesome by distillation or other
purifying procedure they are not more
wholesome when germ free.
Bo In tho manufacture of Ico, If the
water which Is used bo contaminated
and Impure, tho preliminary distillation
Is of primary importance for the
of the lee; but If the water be
pure, tlio distillation Is only valuablo
for tho technical purpose of removing
tho dissolved air.
In point ot fact most of the nrtlflclal
Ico which tho writer has examined
and there hnve been many and abundant
samples from various sources collected,
and for a perlc' of many months
do contain bacteria In vnrylng numbers.
The preliminary distillation, If
carefully done, destroys any disease-producing
germ forms which might be
present in the water uad. But a certain
number of the more hardy harmless
forms may be carried bodily with
tho steam into tho condensers.
In most of the Ice manufactories the
distilled water Is filtered through charcoal
boforo it Is run Into the
for the purposo of removing certain
organic compounds whhsh have
come in tho process of distillation. But
these charcoal beds afford breeding-places
for such germs as may hare es
caped the onlealof the heat Thewriter
has repeatedly found that while the
distilled water before passing on to tho
filter beds was very nearly germ free,
the number was Increased a
on leaving them.
So far as the salubrity of the natural
as compared with the artificial Ice la
concerned, we may rest assured that as
regards bacteria, ono Is just as wholesome
as the other, provided
tho water used Is pure. If the
water Is Impure from sewsge or
other unwholesome thing, then
the natural ice Is nerer tit for domestic
use. If water Is Impuro, the processes
of artificial Ice-making, If carefully
performed, are capable ot furnishing
even from It a product which is harm
less and wholesome, whether It be ab
solutely germ free or net; for absolute
freedom from germs If these are not
necessary nor especially desirable. It
is not bacteria, but
bacteria, which make of practical
significance the Invisible flora of either
water or lee
Tho examinations of the artificial lee
made from the distilled Croton water
hare shown that when It does contain
a few bacteria these are not of many
different species, as Is the case with the
nndlstllled Croton, but tbey are aluiust
all of one single species, and this n
hardy, harmli form which multiplies
readily and rwpidly In pure water.
Innumerable analyses havo shown
that water does not purgo Itself wholly
In the net of freezing, as was fprfliorly
believed, from disease germ which
may havo come Into it with human
waste. This has been specifically and
repeatedly shown to be true for that
most dreaded and fatal so wage germ,
tho bacillus of typhoid fever.
The prnecsn of oxld itlon and sedimen
tation which afirntime was demon;
tratci! by must ex letcbrmicnl analvst
to be capable of freeing watt- In lakes
and mnnliu? Hihwiih from organic com-
pounds nbunda it In sewage. Is sllll
urged by srlenlUta itlid fruntlc
tradesman hTH nml there In
tlon of the- use ol Ice cut on sewage-polluted
waters. But these fact
regarding the organic products of
decomposition have very llttlo
bearing, in the new light upon
the actual producer of disease
the germs themselves. For these
arc not subject to thu simo purifying
agenclea1arvniitili,nmnlrnilc by chemical
method ami nriyiut removed from,
likes and stream,
within the limits which chemical cv
perience hive led us to u.4 safe.
Hedlracnt.Uloo not reraovo many
harmful germi from
waters. Dilution doc diminish tho,
chances to Incur for ntcry w
sumor. Mnny Individuals tiro, at favored
times, practically Invulnerable to
the IncunilaUH of theso tiny foes. But
after all. It la safe to sty that In thickly
Inhabited regions sewage-polluted
Water Is toil fit for men todrlnk without
purification, no matter how fust and far
tho river runs, or how wide the lake Into
which the icwiige drains. With the size
of the lake and the volume of the river,
the chances of haim decreases, of
course, but they stay chance still
Where n,ono nee'(l q lip, As our country
becomes moro thickly settled and
our cities larger, tha problem Involved
In pure water and Ion supplies are becoming
more and more urgent and difficult
-The manufacture ot Ice and its marketing
at prices which In many rrglins
easily compete with thoe of the natural
product huve simplified thin phase
of the water question in the most
marked way. Oth ur thlug lielng
equal, whether the householder decides
to use tho natural or the artlcU)
Ice will depend mm h upon tte. cllmato
of his home and the market price of
the Ico. The natural Ico s just as
good ns the1 Artificial whon it come
from pure sources. It Is claimed by
some1 that the natural lee melt mora
slowly than the nrtlllclal, and is In this
way, other things being equal, eheaptr.
But similar claims aro mado fur the artificial
le. The writer has tested tha
relative rapidity of melting ot the
natural and artificial Ice In New York
under tho greatest variety of conditions)
in small pieces and In large, In thu dark,
n the light, In dlgusod light und In the
sunshine, In hot phsoes aud tit wool, and
can find nnabtolutu constant dlffJronet
In tha rapidity of melting. Ouu .ecm
to 1)0 just nbmt us durnble a ths
other. T. Mitchell I'ruddeu, lu Harper's
Home-Seekers, Atlentl ii I
The United States government hai
deoided to open, Nor. 22, 181U, far
settlement under (be homestead law,
tbo unearned laud of tbo Marqiiftte
& Llttlo Bay Du Noquot Railroad,
heretofore reserved from entry, In
Northern Michigan, At the Hum
tlmo the right of tbe Ontousgoa &
urule Hirer Railroad baa been deuted
to n largo tract of land lu tbe upper
Peulusulaof MUiltati, Tills giro
an unprecedented ohanoe to locate
valuable tlrabor and mineral lands,
whlob nro among (he best In the upper
Peninsula, and aro roacbod only over
tbo North Star Routo (Milwaukee- &
Northern Railroad) between Chicago
and Lake Superior,
For furthor particulars luldross 0,
E, Rollins, Laud aud Immigrant
,gont, 1U1 La Sallo street, Chicago,
Juan N. Contareaa, tbe weather
utbouaka proplwi of Uuaaii
otjMUilnr About Ilia Manafurlnr of On
of Oaf Staple Ritplle.
Tlio principle on which tho
of Ice Is based Is exemplified In
the relation ot heat to the conversion of
water Into gas-steam. A certain amount
ot heat Is required for the conversion of
any fluid Into a gas. This host becomes,
as we say, latent that I, Is being cm-
ployed for the time In producing violent
undulations of the gas molecules.
Whenever a liquid Is converted Into a
gas, heat must come from somewhere.
In tho making of steam. It comes from
tho fire; In the ordinary evaporation of
water out-of-doors. It comes from ths
sun. When there I no special heating
arrangement but tho conditions are
f avorabla for the gaseous change In tho
fluid, heat will bo taken up from surrounding
substances If they hare
any. If you dip your hand In
water, aud then wnvo It through
the air, tho water will evaporate that
tc, be converted Into gas and you will
appreciate by the cool sensation that
heat haa bcon abstracted from your
hand. If you use Instead ot water some
fluid which more readily passes Into tho
gaseous etale, such as alcohol or ether
tho sensation of coolness will bo moro
Immediate and Intense.
Now this Is tho principle which Is applied
In the manufacture ot tec Some
fluid which evaporates readily Is forced
to do so under such conditions that the
hent which It must have and render
latent In It vapor will be extracted
from a limited quantity ot water, l.nd
this process being made" continuous, so
much heat will finally be abstracted
from tho water that IU molecules can
no longer stay mobllo, but fly together
Into crystals the water freeze.
The evaporating fluid used In practice
may bo sulphuric ether or
aclil or ammonia. Tho .last Is perhaps
nowadays most of ten used. Thcso
fluids aro kept In strong close pipes and
receivers, and can under no conditions
come Into contact with tho water to be
Suppose wo consider the ammonia
freezing machines very brlefly,.only for
Into the detail of the process It Is necessary
for us here to enter.
But In order to understand this
operation one more physical principle
must be stated which is that the degree
of pressure to which a substance Is exposes
has a great Influence upon the
temperature at which It passes from
the fluid to the gaseous condition.
Water at the ordinary altitude bolls
that is, converted Into vapor atone
hundred degrees centigrade (two hundred
and twelve degrees Fahrenheit).
But on a high mountain it will boll at
a lower temperature than this, bocauso
the atmospheric pressure is less there.
On the other hand. If you put a gas
Into a receiver, and expose it to a sufficiently
heavy pressure by a powerful
pump, or in some other way, it will In
most cases become a fluid forthwith,
and the heat which had been latent In
It. will be given out Now tht In a
general way Is what 1 done to the ammonia
In getting It ready to freeze
water. Pure liquid ammonia bolls
that I, passes from tbe liquid into the
gaseous state at a temporature about
two hundred and forty degrooa ahren
belt lower than water does. Hence
ammonia Is a substance which nt ordlt
nary temperatures Is a, gas. That
which we buy at the drug store as
Is simply a solution of the gas In
water, and from this, as every ono
knows. It Is readily given off. It Is
volatile, that Is it tends under ordl
nary conditions to get into the gaseous
form. Now In Ice factories powerful
engines are used to force tho amirtonla,
gas by pressure Into the liquid state.
and the )cat which Is thus set
froa is carried off by cool wa
ter pouring over the colls of stout Iron
pipe In which It Is aonfined. Tho fluid
ammonia kept fluid by the pressure to
wiiicn It Is subjectext, a pressure varying
from one hundred and
to one hundred and seventy-five pounds
to the square Inch Is carried In pipe
to colls In the freezing-tanks. These
tanks are simply great vats filled with
brine, and covered over with flour.
Into this brine, cans filled with
to be froien are placed, end care.
zully covered. These cans aro usually
between three and four feet deep, about
one tool ttitoK, ana nearly two (eet
wide. Colls of pipe communicating
with the ammonia pipes are Immersed
In the brine, which is kept In motion by
moved by machinery,
The brlno acts as a aarrler oX the heat
from the water In Its tight metallic can
to the ammonia pipes. Brine is uisd
beennse It does not a readily freezoas
water does, and acts as a good conductor
or distributor of tho heat
Now, when all Is ready, the fluid ammonia
under Its great pressure Is allowed
to escape into tho colls of plpo
which pass about In tho brine, and rt
which th pressure Is so much lew than
the ammonia as It rushes in becomes at
once a gas. But to do this It must hare
heat if muif hau it. From the walls
of the pipes Into which It rushas. It
seize It first Thcso take It from the
brine which bathe them until Its temperature
goes down, down, and It
bogln to draw through their Iron
walls upon the heat stock of,
the water In the cans. And so the
mimic but relentless warfare goes on.
The ammonia vapor is constantly
pumpod away from the cold pipes in,
which It had expanded to b used otcj
again, while fresh liquid o,mmonta is as
constantly forced in from bohtnd.
Some hour pass, and the heat stock
(i the water is growing scantier and
scantier' It can stand It in this way
but little longer; It I down wellul f)i
to aero centigrade, and the wild, insatiable
vapor raging for boat ia tho
pipes not far off la still sucking It away,
The only thing whloh can be done now
to furnish moro Is for the water to giro
up It latent heat, and that Is to sign
Its own death-warrant a water; for, if
one may use inch a term of phrase,
Without It latent heat waUr Ulca,
Well, at last there I nothing for It,
audUiit Suppmswivih, utipptsts?
this oltar winter night on whlhl write
t th edge of every lak and poel out,
of-doors hereabouts little tronjsrent
sptculte shoot out from tho cooled surfaces,
and the water slowly, as if unwilling,
yields luelf into It crystal
bonds. The Ice layer on all sides slowly
thicken, and at last, In about sixty
hours, all la solid. The watchful attendant
rutscs with a crane th great
iumutlful lou block, still in Its
can, out ot Its cold bath, and
trundles it oft to make way for another
molecular battle and another victory,
T. Mitchell l'ruddon, In Harper's Mag-a
May Save 860 to Cash.
At ting gently on tho liver and bow
ewls Lemon Chill Tonio .keeps tbo
oystom In a healthy condition and
whether as a geuoial ton'o for tho pre
vontlon of chills you will find it will
act like magic, giro you an appetite
and renewed energy aud stl1! avoiding
tbe unpleasant effects Qf tbo quinine.
Your chlldieu will cry for it aud wo
find tba grown folks do not object to
taking pleasant medicine when It
Borvoa tbo purpose much belter than
nausealliig sti(Z Prioe 60c, t
For sale and guaranteed by R, 0,
IJardwiok, Ilopklusvllle, aud Mason
& Mlls, Nawad, Kyr
Tlw Lord LiauteoMt of Inked res
ealvt. salary pf (100.000 a yaw, but
QUEER THINQO IN DREAM8.
Ktlraordlnary Vararlea Indnlxed In by
the llrali, While tha llodv Ilrata.
Tho difference between dream and
waking Impressions would seem to be,
since tho dreamer of course believes In
tho present actnal rcnllty of what ho
Sees, that tho Ideas or Images follow
one another a the result of certain
mental operations or noclntlons ever
which wo havo absolutely no control;
whereas In our waking momcnU wo
may begin, vary or discontinue thn
scries at will. Wo can not divert any of
our Impressions while dreaming by
reforcnee to extern il objects, for tha
slmplo reason that tho power of comparison
Is lost mid there exists a peculiar
condition of mental Impotcncy
which give rlso to every Incongruity
and absurdity of tho drenmor's experience).
To giro an cxampla of these; A man
dreams of attending n friend's funeral,
and walks nnd chats In the procession
with that same friend without thinking
It at nil odd or peculiar; and frequently,
as every dreamer knows, wo
shift our scenes to almost Incredible
distances In a mere moment without
n rousing a single reflection of astonishment
nt thus overcoming such physical
Impossibilities. It Is marvelous with
what rapidity the mental panorama
sometimes pnssp in review so rapidly
that the sound or disturbance, which
wake tho sleeper nppears actually to
sot In motion the train of Images which
produces the It Is told of a man
who nerved in our late war that ho
dreamed he had enlisted, gone to tho
front fought two nt widely-separated
times, deserted, wa captured,
carried back, sentenced
to be shot and Wa awakened by
tho report of tho firing party to find
that he had been asleep just four minute.
A medical writer records a case of a
gentleman suffering with mitral
(valvular disease ot tho heart)
who was competed to sleep In a sitting
posture, as he suffered the most horrible
sense, of suffocation whenever he
lay down. In theso nightmares he
thought he wn attacked by a monstrous
skeleton which clasped its bouy
fingers nboitt his throat and tried to
strangle him. Onra he fell over upon
the bed In h! sleep. Ills attendant
ran and raised him up instantly, yet In
that brief moment of time he seemed to
havo struggled with tho demon for upward
of an hour.
A friend of the writer dreamed that
ho went from New York to Boston by
steamer, spent several days with
an acquaintance, and on tho return
voyage, a galo arising, the seas
broko over the veviol and drenrhed
Tilm with spray. He woke to find his
wife playfully sprinkling water In
his face. He had dozed In hi chair for
less than five minutes. A comical story
I told of a naval surgeon In whom
dream of any character could bo produced
by simply whispering In his cor
during sleep, tie could bo nade to go
through the whole ordeal of a quarrel,
a challenge nnd a duel, the pistol being
diwbargrd by hlra at the given stgual
with as much accuracy n. to, thus a If
he were wide awake. Finding hlra
asleep one day In a hammock on deck
one of tho officers whUinsnsi In hi ear
that he had fallen nver'ionrd and to
swim for hi life, a a shark w:,i: alter
him. The fact that It wa principally
for the mnrlncs did not detract a whit
from tbe enjoyment with which they
witneiwd hi onntortlons. On
another occasion they told hlin a
veatel had lon engaged, that tho
lock wsro being swept by musketry
flro and tho mer falling
like leaves around him. He became
white nan sheet nnd manifested
the liveliest symptoms of fear. After
awhile they all began to groan lu Imitation
of the wounded, and upon one of
them suddenly shouting, "Down goes
Billy McCne" (the surgeon's assistant),
the poor fellow jumped up with cold
p- rsplrntion standing like bead on hi
forehead and broko for the cabin ou a
ruu. Mrange to vny, however, he had
aiterwaru not the slightest rcmemil
branca of tho dream.
That dreams are ocula subjecta
laid before tho faithful eye a
mental shadows of what has passed previously
before us, I evinced by tho fact
that they never reveal any chango
which may have token place In tho
scene slneo wo last saw it If wo dronin
of a place wo have visited In summer It
must always recur to ua In It summer
dress, but If we visit the place both In
summer and winter tha ncene Is apt to
appear In tho garb wo first saw It In, as
tho Impression first conveyed Is Ukoly
to have been the stronger.
The undiverted ideas ot a dream may
sometimes correct the. errors of the day.
A paying teller In a bank noticed
among the lino of palrona ona particularly
noisy and impationt individual
who Insisted the imtncdlato payment of
n check for fifty dollars, as he could not
wait his turn. The teller, to get rid of
hht Importunities, paid him and thought
no moroof the circumstance. At tho end
of the fiscal year the books of tho bank
showed a deficiency of fifty dollars, and,
after a week' hard work In trying to
make thorn balance, he gavo tho matter
up and drew his personal check for tho
amount Thesamo night ho dreamed,
and the whole, circumstance of tho noisy
Individual returned to him so clearly
that he went to tho party's account nnd
found where tho money had been paid
and never entered In tho books ot Interest
Scott In his "Letters on Demonology
nnd Witchcraft" relates a story of a
gentleman who was sued for tbo recovery
of certain tithes which, ho was
strongly Impreasod, had been paid by
his father, then deceased. The night
boforo tbe trial he dreamed that his father
appeared and told him the .debt
had been paid and the papers relating
to the transaction were In tho hands of
a certain attorney, whom he had employed
on this one occasion for special
reasons. He further said that should
the matter havo escaped the attorney's
might be ivCailed
a Portuguese gold piece, whloh
had been given in payment and the
change spent nt the tavern. The gentleman
hunted up tho attorney, who
had entirely forgotten the matter, but
remembered It Immediately when the
gold coin was mentioned. 1'hlladolphla
Nervous Lady HaVeyou killed many
snakes around here this summer?
' Farmer Hayseed No, I nller leave
'em for summer boarder to kllh You'll
find plenty of port, mum. N, Y.
The- condition of Prlnco Pedro, of
Coburg, grandson ot tha lata Dom
i'earo of iirazil, who booama lusatio
and was placed la the Doobllng asylum,
Austria, October 1, is unchanged.
Tho priuco is raving violently and cannot
rocogulza his friouda.
aud liow to doal with them, aud other
valuable information, will lie found
In Dr, Kaufman's great Medical Work;
elegant (XU)'td plates. Send throe -
cent stamps to pay postage to A, V,
Ordway is Co. Boston, Mass,, and re-
eel re a copy free.
Emperor William, aflor spondiug
the greater portion of tho day deer
hooting around Vieun( departed for
1 laAoilaji lubX L.WAHlnfi hh umm IswHtA
innpu iriiMi jmuiivivc jfim
.tiaa ..a aa
His wonderful success
is a boon to tlio
Hfv r Hlf
49PS0M tttRfJl HBIIIIIIIIIiWHSSSSsV'
Formerly Pvofeifor of I'rsellco of Medicine
Electrical McdlcC College,
Now Examining Physician
, Southern Medical Institute
Thursday, Nov. 17.
day only, rriurnlnc every fonr weeks
dntle the year, from V a. ia. tu 0 n, m.
aarauaaieoi l.u.vua Hi...
IralUollece, New tors. Lllr, and the
Medical ullee, Toronto, tan. lie
natmaua a ppeeiai .iiuij oi me itucaae. he
treat. Initio great llcllsvue and Charily Hoe
dl.jno.lnn nnd treating Cnronlo 111.
eaae.. lie devote, all hi. lime u Hie treatment
oCthronlo and nervous dtMa.es of both aesee
andhls.kllla.aneaoertlnltila tlaw of caw.
la well etabllricd Treats luectxfutlr and
Aon. nnd llironl Catarrh. Hinging In
Kara, Dearne.s, Ill.earra of the Fye, tar,
rto.e. Throat. Lung.. Itldney., Ullnarr
anil II ladder Trouble.,
UrlabfadlMiiMi. Ulauete llyieila,
Ilaenmall.m and rarslT.lt.
kdl.p.y or Bu loxliivelr cured
Tooer or nldifl.etted wen xitrttlnx Irora
Spermatorrhea, lro.iencr, Kruidloe., the
re.ulliof error, or e.eeiue., aliuul.t call befora
It Is too late. We fuaraniea a cur II ea
ha not iron too far.
SopetUuou. hair ami alt ernntlona ol lb fact
lliood and Skin Diseases.
AsBrphllli.Serr.fula, tjirtctnrt, uleel, ete
enred bjr never fslllnx remedies.
Ulcact of women, audi a. leneorrhea, painful
nienitraatlou.dUidbcementof womb, Lear.
In donn pale. In back, relieved Is snort time.
Tba Doctor carries all bit portab).
und mint, prepare.! tneisinlae tbo raott
obacure medical and acrglcal eaes.
He undertakea no Incurable dlMura but
cure, hundred, (tlven optmlle.
Consultation I rvc ami Confidential
J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D.
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Aleu.uorlhorn cow. and ealvM, both teiti,
to raalstiy, M firmer'
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,, PKMBHOKE, KY.
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