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Medical
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The First Symptoms of Death
Tired feeling dull headache pains
in various parts of tho body sinking
nt tho pit of tho stomach loss of ap
petite fovorl8hnes8 pimples or sores
aro all positive evidences of poisoned
blood No matter how it becamo
poisoned it must bo purified to avoid
death Dr Ackers English Blood
Elixir has never failed to remove scrof
ulous or syphilitic poison Sold under
posltlvo guarantee T G Juliak
The New Discovery
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Tou havo heard your frlontJi aud
neighbors talking about 1L You xnv
yourself bq bno of Jlo many wht
know from personal experience just
how goal a thing it Jh If you havo
over tried It you us ono of Itsstaunch
friciulR bccutisn tho wonderful thing
about it Is that when once given a
trial Dr Klilgs Now Discovery over
after holds a place iu tho house Jit
you havo novor tried it and should be
afflicted with a rough cold -or tany
throat lunar or chcet trouble secure a
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JamctPartoniH writing of
mua WaitL gives the cause of hiscarly
death in theso words Wherever ho
lectured whether iu New England
California or London there was uro
to ho A knot of young fellow to gather
round hlm and go homo with hlm to
his hotel order supper and spend half
alngjng
songs
To any man this will ho fatal in
titno but when tho nightly carouse fol
lows an evening perfuhnence before
an audience and is succeeded by a
journey tho next day the waste of vi
tality is fearfully rapid JFirp years of
such alifofiuislied poor diss Browne
He was not a dep drinker IU wa
not a man of strauir aDDetites It ws
tho nights wasted hi conviviality which J
his system ncodcu for sleep that sent
him to his grave forty curs before his
time
Sox men of his profession for all
editors literary ncr and artists there
is only one safdy Teetojallsm He
should havo taken tha advice of 9 stage
driver on tho plaliiH to whonhc once
oSercd some whUkcy and X commend
it strouglJo oycry young man I
dont drink t wnt drink and I dont
like to see anybody else drink Im of
the opinion of those
your top cooL Theyve got snow and
Iro got brains thats all tho differ
ence
Eupepy
This is what yon ought to lave in
fact you must have it to enjoy life
Thousands are searching for it daily
and mourning because they dud it
not Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by onr peo
ple in tho hope that thay may attain
this boon And yet it may bo had by
all Wo guarantee that Electric Bit
ters if used according to directions
and the use persisted In will bring
you good digestion and oust the de
mon dyspepsia and install instead
eupepsy We recommend Electric
Bitters for dyspepsia and all diseases
of liver stomach nd kidneys Sold
at 50 cents and 1 per bottle by TV S
Lloyd druggist
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Underground
Pr
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Th catacombs of
mous extent They werfl ong
stone quarries and moroy than one
tenth of tho citys extent i houeycom
bd by them Some of them are sat
to htve been in existence for fifteen
centuries but it is only within tho last
huudrcd years that thoy havo served
fwr purposes of burial Of tho old
ceinclerjes of Paris tho largest aud
most popular was that of tho Innocents
comprisiRg not ouly vaults beneath tho
church but great pits for the use of
tha common people where hundreds of
corpses were burled together aho
place became such a hot -bed of disease
from over crowdiug that tuccessivo
edicts were issued prohibiting further
burial there but it vas foutiuued un
til tho place became absolutely loath
some In 1ST0 it was computed that
tho cciactery was turcaty six fcot deep
In dead bodies and at that time after
it had been used for nearly sovi huu
dred years it was finally closod
That Terrible Couah
Iu tho moruiug hurried or difficult
breathing ralsivg phlegm tightness
in the chest quickened pulse chiUncss
in tho cvouing or sweats at night all
or any of theso aro tho first stages of
consumption Dr Ackers English
Cough Remedy will cure thcso frful
symptoms aud Is sold under a positive
guarantee by T G Julian
The Frt 8tasi
Perhaps yoo are run down cant
cat cant sleep cant think cant do
anything to your satisfaction and you
wonder what alls you You should
heed tho warning you are taking tho
first stop Into nervous prostration
You need a ncrvo tonic and in Elec
tric Bitters yoa will find tho exact
remedy for restoring your uorvpus
system to its normal healthy condi
tion Surprising results follow tho
U60 of this great ncrvo tonic and alter
ative Your appotito returns good
digestion is restored and tho liver aud
kidneys resume healthy action Try
a bottlo Price 60c at W S Lloyds
drugstore m
Do Not Suffer Any Longer
Knowing that a cough can be check
ed In a day and tho first stages of
consumption broken in a woek wo
hereby guaranteo Dr Ackers English
Cough Remedy and will refund tho
Bioiioy to all who buy tako it as per
directions and do not find our state
ment correct T G Juliak
DrvAcker8 EnKll8l Pllla
Are active rffccllvo and pure For
sljjk headache disordered stomach
uie uuii compiexwa aim
oy nave never been
meicii or abroad
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LAND STOCK AND CROP
It Is poor business policy to bo stingy
with the cows Thoy will make re
turns proportionato with tho liberality
with which thoy are treated If this
maxim was belter observed leas com
plaints would bo hoard about the cows
not paying
Those tarmers jajrs tho Massachu
setts Ploughman whoaliow nulmal
bones to lie about the premises are
neither tidy nor wise If they can
not bo broken up they should bo buried
near grapo vines or fruit trees the
roots of which willgiadually appro
priate them for food Grapo root
will after a little penetrate into boucs
and pulverize them he best way
howerer is to break them into small
pieces with an eoce or sledge hammer
and theu bury them or allow fouls
to cat the finer portion of which thoy J
are vory fond Freh bones are espe
cially palatable for fowls
Comfortable shelter for stock should
no longer be- neglected Feed is high
and it may be greatly saved by keep
ing the stock warmly stabird at night
and stormy days Asido from tho
humane interests it pays in dollars
aud cents in the continuous growth
and development of young stock All
admit tho value and importance ol
good shelter aud it valu is doubtly
import nut now There is time yet to
provide more and better shelter for
all the farm stock if wo act promptly
upon this reminder
As regards tho period of time that
tho milch cowehould go dry before
calving that depends upon tho animal
itself aud the care taken of her If
shn is from lino of ancestors that
have been bred for milk and fed for
milk and she has been so kept as to
stimulato the secretion of milk to the
highest point it may bo better that
she should not go dry at all If the in
bred from a line of scanty milkers
she will naturally go dry or nearly
dry for some months beiore calving
and it will be almost a waste of grain
to try to change her from this tend
ency But with the ordinary good
coy the time that she will remain in
milk may be lengthened by judicious
feeding and care and if th
irP wWixounff it will not only
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eunJJ3jr but she
will transmit it in a stronger degree
to her offspring With the present
opportunities for selling milk iu our
manufacturing villages and the
creameries for making butter which
enable one to do nearly as wall iu
winter as in Spring or fall it will pay
to keep the cows In milk as long as
the milk is sufficient to pay for tint
grain given for this purpose feeds
of wheat braa or middlings aro better
than richer graiiis rAuicrican Cult
vator
on this subject iu the Breeders Guide
as below
have been farming nud raining
hogs fur market the Utt eleven years
aud wish to give my experience and
observations x itli lefttreuco to the so-
called disease hog cholera For
three years during wy operations here
I have like many of my neighbors
lost socio hogs from tho disease but
think I have vow discovered a cause
as well as the preventive It will be
observed that tho disease makes Its
appearance in the early full when hogs
arc bying fed on now corn aud runs
its course iu from two to three months
I have no doubt but that the new corn
is he true cause of the disease It
comes at a time when tho farmer has
about fed up tho old corn and he com
mences to fatten for market on the
new Now the past season Ttllsed a
Urge lqt of pumpkins and fed two ra
tions of now corn and one ofpumpkius
of tho latter all they would eat and
while a number of my neighbors far
audiiear lost the bulk of their stock I
lost none Again another farmer tells
me that the disease broke out in bis
herd some died the others sick he
then changed their food to that of oats
and pumpkins and every sick one
recovered 8omo experts may differ
with mo about the cause of the disease
and tho cure or proventivo I used
claming that as an epidemic it must
cither run its course or recourses must
bo had to medicine disinfectants etc
that extreme cleanliness and removing
tho sick to a separate inclosuro is nec
essary to a complete euro or salvation
of the herd I do not take much stock
in such doctors opinion and advice as
1 havo tried noarly all the remedies
offered but will risk tho hcaltt ard
lives of my hogs on the diet I fed thorn
this season I hope that fanners will
profit by my oxperionce and glvo tho
pumpkin diet at least a fair trial
Feed thorn plentifully every day in tho
parly season and I think you will not
bo disappointed in tho result
If you want to buy or rcnt Iioubc
appiy 10 Alios iwntu age
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Tho cow that returns heowner the
greatest profit all other jnlngs being
equal is the ono that enjoys the high
est degrqo of contentment aud comfort
indoors and out TJicse factors cut an
important figure lu tho balance sheet
and it should be looked tpthnt they
are always prcsonL
That choice becfcattlo sell well Is
showu by the iao at St Louis of thir
teen 2-year-old Hereford stesrs at
050 per hundred tho highest price
paid for years They averaged 1524
pounds realizing 98 per head of beef
This is encouraging to farmers to
grado up to that high class standard
of rly maturity and superior quality
Scrub cattle still sell all to 3 cents
and strango it is that tho markets arc
yet glutted with tho poorer class ol
cattle The wido range of pricee
should indicate to our readers which
kind of cattle to raise for the market
hi grade up to the full -blood sires of
the beef breeds Theso high gradci
begin at last to find an apnreciativi
market demand But how few there
are who have any to sell Let us lore
no time raising all we can St Loult
Journal of Agriculture
According to a report of the Statis
tician of tho Dcprrtncut of Agrlcu
turo about one tenth of our agricul
tural products is exported Tho sum
is however mado up from a ary few
articles These are cotton tobaaco
meat breadstuff and cheese Seven
tcuthiofthe cotton product goes to
foreign markets All other articles
I except those above stated when pin
together aro but 3 per cent of tho ex
port The exportation of tobacco L
not increasing materially or so rap
idly at home consumption More
cheflse could be sold if its reputation
for quality ehould be kept up and
there wcro more disposition to cat r
to fastidious or pccnliar foreign tasles
Butter exports could bo mode larger
if they wcie of better quality Our
great American crop corn is chiefly
consumed on the spot not more than
one sixth it is said going beyond tin
boundary of the country in which it U
grown and only 2 to 3 per cent being
now exported Nearly two thirds of
this crop is produced in seven States
Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa Mis
souri Kansas and Nebraska fen
others producing more than is re-
iqlrircdathome and the lararrj por
tion having a defldener Allcd
by those sevon etatcs iWorlil
One important point in keeping n
farm clear from weods is to sec that
tneso germs aro not imported in pur
chased seeds Weeds arc often in
troduced by tho farmers own ani
mal Horses that have been fed at
-the town stables and cattle that have
been allowed to forage on the high
ways may each be the means of
briutrimr obnoxious weeds onto the
A breeder of frogs tlvcs his opinion frk or tLo Loc1 cwm coiin
vatlou is the antidote Cut the woods
off at the surface of tho ground at
time when they are t their beet that
is at the time of flowering and before
the seed has grown sufficient to germi
ute This is the best method qf deal
lag with seeds where they have be
come a pest iu meadows aud pastures
In the latter sheep are very efQclent
weed destroyers b they will browse
closely iiuuy varieties that cattle will
not touch Iu Foine countries it in
said there are fields entirely free from
weeds owing to very high cultivation
and careful selection of seeds and
manures Such results are not to bo
expected in this country and wo shall
continue to have weeds as heretofore
but they cau bo kept in such subjec
tion as to reduce their injurious ef
fects to minimum Whero they
serve no better use they at least give
ewatfw Lths solis fertility Un
less rich ground is closely covered
with useful plants it is quito certain
to produce weeds Nothing surpasses
clover for smothering weeds If
sown thickly and stock is kept
off from it aftcrMhg mowing so
that some of tho seed from tlrerieCrtdJ
crop will be scattered It will
complete possession of the field to tho
exclnsion of weeds Exchange
Our Very Beat People
Confirm our statement when wo say
that Dr Ackers English Remedy is
in every way superior to nny and all
other preparations for tho throat and
lungs In whooping cough and croup
it is magic and relieves at once Wo
offer yen a sample bottlo frco
member this remedy is sold on a posi
tive guarantee T G Jumax
BuckleiVa Arnloa Salve
The best salve In the world for cut
bruises sorer ulcers salt rhcum fever
sores tetter chapped hands chilblains
corns aud all skin eruptions and pos
itively euros piles or uc pay required
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction
or money refunded Price zo cents
per box4 For salo by W S Lloyd
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JOURNAL- IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE
-MT SEBLITO KENTUCKY TUESDAY FEBBXJA3RY 10 1891
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Broke the Dianas -
Men complaiu of the partisanship of
our politics and predict that It vtjill
injure the national life But asAmer
Icaii politics havo always been marked
by intense feeling this view is a littlo
more gloomy than tho facta Justify
Tho political campaigns of -grandfathers
and our fathers wcic filly as
exciting aud bitter as those of the
present yef
Our Presidential campaigns arcdls
graced by fierce assaults on the private
characters of public men But dis
graceful as they ar they arc equalled
by the calumnies which Whtgeiid
Democrat hurled at each othejc fifty
years ago when Clay and Jackson
wcro rivals An amusing btory illus
trates tho violent feelings which then
swayed the partisans of these political
leaders
In Daviess county Ky at tho tlino
when Henry Clay was leadIugtho op
position to Gen Jackson who was a
candidato for tho Presidenpy there
Ihcd a plain industrious farmer Ho
was an ardent politician noted for his
hostility to Clay and his party
But his interest iu politics did hot
make him indifferent to his wife h
happiness While iu town one day
ho thought ho wlsurnrhthcjjood
woman by prcsci with 1 V
of new dishes Ho selected a p
pattern and being in a hurry flfeT5
examine tlicin closelv bnt had t
packed and p accd in his wagon
wife was delighted with the gift
no slight examination satisfied
feminine curiosty In turning ovt
dish she discovered on the under A
a portrait of Henry CUy Every piece
was mus mariceu xiuiiKiug to tease
her husband sho nskod him if lio had
looked closely at the dibhes
No said he Anything wrong
with them
un no j nut 1 was a little
prlsod at your sudden change
politics
Changs of politics I What d
mcau t liouted tho husGaud as ex
cited as if he had been charged with
a crime
Picking up a plate he saw the por
trait As promptly as if he wero
punishing a robber he gathered up
tho new dLhcp and carrying them to
the doorbroke them into fragments
rthe ston3 stepi
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Ho purchased an-
not ifnt sPfTnd nRMrdilaui
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was no political heresyVpnintcd
inoraL iixenangc
Pronounced Hopeless
Put
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From a letter written bMrs AdJ
E Kurd of Groton S D wo quotl
Was taken with a bad cold wh
settled on my lungs cough set iu a
finally settled iu consumption
doctors gavo me up saying I
live out a snort time I gave ins
up to my Savicur determined i
could not stay with myficf
earth I would meet my slit
above My husband was im
get Dr Kings New Disei
rnfioiimnnnn jvitirvl iA
gavo it trial took la nil r5 I
ilea it lias cured rue and U AgH
Trial bottles A co at W 8 HQl
drug store regular size CO waryii
Mr bottle s Ijll
Old Virginia DaysV A j
1 mam m f 1
Iu the letti n of the British
written by William Writ there L
ornate description of a - uAji
1
rroacuor wnoso wonaenul sliirjii
hold spell bound tho congregatlol
a rustic mectlng houi
aea
Va This Bliud Preach
Rev James WaddvlWlKf
been destrojed by catar
time when ho preached
before his bliuducs he
of a small ccandar ail
row minded and contiv v
During hU resldenc
ada the good clergtj
fondJW conee Attj
BtiJi i
beverage1
As coiTfewJ
vallnv enrrtrt rS
en
moughtittoij7iki
me miuistcrrof Jdc
luxury iiuruM
case tney nitirmcd thm
nui umy on wuck tiat
morninrrs also aiKKtiSSra
XIMTER
vTho good ifiatf gfr
cusation ami then JulcUj
Wliat do you havo for brckCT
Sunday mornings V 1
Mush and milk they n
Is tho mush cold or hot4
Hot of course -
Well answered Ha im
smiling at their fall jo hi
when you haveold ipwJt o
I will driak cold cogee
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