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JpgNCER COOPER Owner and Editor HazelGreen Herald Of a Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations LumbYlng at His Baok tl00 A YEAR Always In Arfvanca EIGHTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 29 1892 NUMBER 19 pfflJSlCiflK That Ill Robbing Peter and Cheating Paul THE FORCE BILL Vs m If It did not havo such melancholy re Â¬ Ah Act to Prevent Force ami Fraud 1h Mr McKinlcy Vlewa Then and Now and to Inmtre lawful antt Peaceful sults tho amazing game of confidence McKinlcy was interviewed at Cleve-Â¬ Conduct of Klectloaii called protection would be the most land yesterday on tho subject of the Section 7 Tho Supervisors of Elec- laughable thing on earth Homestead difficulty and wonderful to tion appointed under this act who shall The iron baron cemee to Paul his relate ho thought that the tariff had have duly qualified and been assignod to nothing to do with it one way or tho duty arc and each of them is subject to workingman and whispers confidentially other We print what ho says now in the instructions directions and detail of that if ho will help to rob Peter the parallel columns with what ho Maid in a the chief Supervisor of Elections charg public at large the swag will be divided public Bpeech in this city only thrco ed with tho enforcement of tho election and that Paul will find his share of it on the pay roll weeks ngo laws of tho United States in that por- Â¬ PPPJJJJJ AAjiYA Deluded by the barons plausible man- Â¬ Cleveland OJuly 12 New York June 21 tion of tho Stato or Territory in which Republican ners and specious promises Paul goes In regard to the The charge of the Demo- party stands to night is situated the election district voting into the conspiracy and Peter U knocked cratic newspapers ns it has always precinct or other placo whero their or that the trouble at stood for a protec Â¬ his duty is to be performed under such down bound hand and foot and relieved Hotnevtead una due tive taritl an Ameri of his valuables o o to the protective tar can tariff a tariff instructions and detail they are and IN In pursuanco of this conspiracy Alle Â¬ iff Gov McKinlcy which shall protect each of them is authorized and required said the American home gheny county Pennsylvania where iron lire- - subject to the samo instructions direcI ece Borne of the the American Dttuocrntiu ninori side t h e American tions and detail to perform and dis- and steel works and workers abound rolled up a majority of 21000 for Ben- Â¬ have been so churg workmen and Amer1 ing while others take lean industries the charge at any election general or special jamin Harrison and tariff robbery in a different view The protective tarifl that at which a Representative or delegate in 1 ft ft lt nAMAArti f J l1 tariff has nothing shall be upon all for Congress is to be voted for all the duties 1888 and in duo timo the thieving Mc- Â¬ whatever to do with eign goods enough to Kinlcy bill became a law the unfortunate oc make up the differ now imposed by law upon such officers It was Pauls stalwart blow at the currencc at the Car Jenoe in the wages under sections two thousand and neirle works Strikes paid in the United polls that made Peter helpless but when V X occur in free trade States and the wages seventeen to two thousand and twenty it came to rifling Peters pockets tho iron countries and in pro paid in Europe etc both inclusive and section two thousand baron got first hold on tho swag and countries tection and twenty two of the Revised Statutes They are con fined to without giving any of it to Paul walked of the United States and shall also per- Â¬ neither It must be off with it to his castlo in Scotland regretted by every form and discharge the following duties friend of his country Paul not seeing any increase on tho save where tho performance of tho same that there are those pay roll put in his plea for a divvy who would make po is herein confined to Supervisors serviug litical capital out of the barons agent told him ho bad in cities or towns containing a designated but misfortunes the fellows As of expended his sharo on improvements to their population of twenty thousand or up by means of which Paul would bo re- Â¬ the political effect I ward This is not a Overflowing to its utmost capacity I Every Department believe it will have lieved of much hard labor and for this uoue catch penny sale of any kind but good honest valines and qualities First To attend at all times and knees week we will display full at fair prices During the coming Common people may well ask why the places fixed for the registration of voters he ought to bo thankful on his and Boys Clothing representing the lead- ho could havo lines of Mens tariff has everything to do with wages and at all times and places fixed for any day and night for now inj and best manufacturers in tne uiuieu oiaies ana visit the libraries tho baron had when they are rising but nothing to do revision of any such registration or for time to Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty given to tho public and thus improve We have nev- Â¬ with them when they are falling They the adding of any name or names to any years standing in Lexington his mind failed to keep our promises heretofore er may also be curious to know how it registration book list or roll or for the Naturally enough Paul demurred to comes to pass the KcKinley tariff being striking ofl or dropping from any such this expenditure of his share of the best Mens Suit at 5 sell That we will 11 vou theskillfully adjusted to the difference of book list or roll of the name of any x f m ii you xi- iuest iucu a ouit xzz wages between this country and Europe registered person or for the hearing booty and undertook to mako a row uie That we win sen about it will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 all Europe that wages fall here in spite passing upon or deciding of any ques- Â¬ we The baron thereupon called out Peters of that delicate and benevolent arrange- Â¬ tion aB to the right of any person to be That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 troops at Petera expense and sent Paul ment Anybody ought to be able in the registered to remain upon the registry u That we win sen you uie uesu mvu o to tho right about without either booty light of the Homestead aflair to answer or to have hiB name changed from one or work Tho big thief had robbed the thatquestion It is not denied that the registry book list or roll to another DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT OUR little thief Carnegie Company is able to pay the whether in the same city town county And this is what makes tho Herald Rtotpa Onr Cutters and Workmen are first- - fft IT u io iin5ni former rate of wages all around In Congressional district or other place in say that as a confidence game on both doing the largest business we have ever done We are class artists Territory fact the contention is that I by introducing improved the companyis the State orTo challenge in his discretion Peter and Paul protection beats monte II Come and make your selections early machinery Second all to pieces and thimblerigging able to turn out more steel with a given the right to register of any person offer- Â¬ Chicago Herald amount of labor and for this reason ing himself for regifltration whose right Ready For Insane Gentlemen asks for a reduction in the scale of ton- - he doubts also tho right of any person Towering above the tall oaks and ever- Â¬ This may be a perfectly proper found upon any registry book list or roll wages Lawn Retreat stands contention from the business standpoint to be or remain thereon and to require greens out at Oak new building TAILORS but we have been taught by McKinley of any officer in charge or who has the Dunbartiue Castle the LEADING CLOTHIERS and just finished under the uuperintendency and others to look at the tariff from a custody of any such registry book or list of Mr Wm H Miller and Contractor KENTUCKY- quite different standpoint and to believe to mark the name of any person found Mr James A Cook The first room that that if the protected manufacturer can thereon for challenge n tho public office Meewneto6tftOftftof jMIIIMIMI Third To personally inspect exam Â¬ the visitor enters pay higher wages he will be only too nnnntiniiifinrifinfiil nrrnrfTT KCHMIHlimMi large and with all the modern improve- Â¬ W000CPOOOPgre glad to do so The whole theory of tariff ine and scrutinize at auy time when so ments telephone connecting with all legislation is that high duties will enable directed by the chief Supervisor of El- Â¬ departments With tho exception of this iMuipitMMi CMNHHHI the employer to pay high wages and that ections the original books rolls or lists room the entire building will be devoted tttMlltll BHHMOf he will jump at the chance to do so and of any registration system which does JAY-EYE-SEE- Wl to such a class of wealthy patients as are that ho will make them as high as possi not require prior to each election the able to pay for such superb accommoda Â¬ personal appearance of all the electors Farm home - v Mr t t r 1T mitknrr 3 rove iilfrvlnvi ble nw tions Dr McFarland start out with a Jay of 2 The Carnegie experiment proves that for tho purpose of being registered and Sf tSo jSK undTnV rrom a 8 year ola filly J this is a lie The company is perfectly all other or subsequent books rolls lists somewhat new idea in regard to tho management Hereafter the rate of ad- Â¬ wlin tnree ippuwuuua able to pay even higher wages than the applications appeals decisions or other mitting patients will depend on the loca scale in dispute Why does it not do bo papers of any kind or character connect tion of rooms He has also arranged Because it would not be business like to ed with the inakjngof the original regis Â¬ this building for the accommodation of pay more than the market calls for In tration books rolls or lists with the the wife or any near relative ot the pa Â¬ other words the tariff has nothing to do addition thereto or with the dropping or We have aundred ejtueh UMimonlaU tient to occupy a room adjoining It with the rate of wageB at Homestead or striking therefrom of any name or names battle Ak yourdroCTlstforlt If bo PtW si SB is a new feature in the management of anywhere else If it gives any advan- Â¬ and to make a full complete and perfect public and privato insane asylums It UU wmieuwi W B EDDY hz mum tage whatever to tho home manufacturer copy of said book or books roll or rolls places the dear wifo in calling distance over the foreigner he will keep the dif- list or lists and of all papers which in of the husband at night it places her at Indeed he must do so any manner relate to or affect tho regis Â¬ ference himself the family table with tho husband This for if he does not somebody else will try of any person to be or not to be upon new departure permits the wife to Bee come along and by hiring labor a little the registration books rolls or lists the workings of the institution the treat- Â¬ cheaper will undersell him and will drive DANVILLE MEN IN LUCK AT THE ment and conduct of employes him out of the market New York Ev- Â¬ of an Inveatment In OHtennte This building is fitted up with special 8uccaful Iuud in New Mexico ening Pos reference to the best care that the com- Â¬ The Home Ranch company composed What Rome Men Want forts of a rural home will give The While the wheat crop is the best ever of Danville Ky capitalists lias made a wonderful prosperity of Oak Lawn ReÂ¬ N y known in Kentucky yet we have some sale of tho Home Ranch at Roswell No has been in Now treat in the past few months makes it M J Farris who from 5 a m constitutional grumblers who complain M important for another building to be Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast of lard a Mexico for some time in the interest of p si Oys Â¬ because there is not a bucket M to 9 A M Danville commenced this fall In this connection Dinner from 10 a m to 3 p M Supper from 5 r a package of Boda and salt and butter the company has returned to Open from 5 A M to ter Umb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty con- Â¬ much of this great financial success is milk growing in the same field Some and reports the sale of the ranch K Pecos Valley duo to Mrs Geo O McFarland and her CUS LUJCART Proprietor men would much prefer that hot biscuit taining 6540 acres to the Company accomplished daughter Dr Anne H with plenty of butter grow on each stalk Improvement and Irrigation McFarland However it must be re B O JONES for 100000 cash This sale was aug- Â¬ memebered JOHN M ROSE of wheat MadiBon ville Hustler that tho late Dr Andrew mented by the transfer of 6000 head of Put It Up StUI Higher McFarland great reputation placed the lho Danville com Our present tariff was adjusted to raise cattle for 05000 be- Â¬ 8000 acres of land institntiou on a safe financial basis It was followed by cuts in tho pany still retains of wages his death and his successors are fore the Pecos river for keeping up his will and desires Jack Â¬ sides carpet and woolen mills and by a labor lying on both DEALERS IN fifty miles and controlling 500000 acres sonville III Courier crisis in the iron region rvmcnuy n Â¬ Kansas of Government land of which the com was not made high enough Tarai Them Dawn pany gets the use free of cost A Western editor is said to have hit Times City The Danville men interested in the upon a plan to keep subscriptloas paid HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Why DnixBt lf Vy III Mftn are M J Farris It P Jacobs up that takes the cake Every time a Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress If Andrew Carnegie can contribute to property and R funds and hire an J W Proctor J A Qulscnbcrry subscriber is mentioned in Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoos Hats Potent Medi election corruption invested in delinquent why Is he not able G Evans When they first his paper his name is inverted For prices army of Pinkertons unci sell FOR CASH cine SwMi- the ranch it was thought to be a hazard example ioqu j oum and wife are pay his workmen the wages promised gooas to aro now safely thro high uriffT Louisville ous venture They than ever before seen in Hazel Green spending a few days in Chicago Every them by the with their risk however as the original other subscriber understands what it guaranteed as represented or money relunded investment was only about 80000 and means and there is a grand rush to get or black they have now a flattering prospect of EXE A beard can le colored brown right side up again EATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY whiskers realizing a clear profit of y00000 bend your cruer by Buckinghams Dye for the CUTED AT THIS OFFICE tits f Hedie aftc w The Greatest Effort OF ttt iss H IN PARALLEL COLUMNS Â¬ HBTB THE iOTJJL IB Â¬ History tLexington iyiti Â¬ Â¬ J Louis Gus Straus i cUniSin utfiu if f ouukp ji f L C STRAUS FINE LEXINGTON a4iuMimw Â¬ v SLawJS3 ibE QUINNS OHiTMENT ur Â¬ wMANIl JPEiWIWtjr juexinum English Kitehen 12 W Short Street u Â¬ ROSE loer JONES at SETOEAL MBROHAWMSB wnfl Â¬ JOBRINTING Hazel Green Herald i SPENCER COOPER Publliher ItAZEL OKEEN BALDNESS CONSIDERED KY where Mr Mrtverlclc was reading Car in a great hummock under uic MAl tliO rivers ruu llilo the jton uud yet tbo lyle vine Khaded veranda qa la not rull KcoUlnUtl Ive caught her Meester M auvcrickP The mountain torrcntsMiantcn said he ntwl roar With cataract VCaught whom mild Mr Maverick To reach the moaning ocean And tireitk upon Hm nhurc frowning a little at the interruption as Their mystery ami tntinle he turned the page Their laughter ami their leap The girl as steals our llowers Are loMt Mithlu the hohum RIVERS Of the dark uud sullen iltop Yet the con Is nut full ALL THE v THE MORAL SENSE Ttio Tropin 8UII Keapeot Truth and Honor In Politic tVkjrIoei leged facts to support them are given These are in turn disputed and won Â¬ dered over or ridiculed and thrown Vet the sea h not full aside as valueless Amid the quiet meadows The latest idea in this line comes to The peaceful riven pllde vn from a medical author in Vienna To meet the oceuun murmur The tumult of It tide who Hies directly in the face of most of Thuy leave the woodland whlnpcrs the accepted theories and puts out a Where summer iiIohhomh lavo lnslicf of his own offering what he To inlnpl with the ripples j Of the ebbing flowing wave fucins to think are very strong corroboYet the hi a Ik not full rative proofs of his statements In the course of his argument Dr How long how loritf wide ocean Shall loe Le lout In thee Lessner declares that baldness alAnd strength and brauty ivrlHh though most common in the centers of In death h Immcneltyr civilization is not a symptom of a Ob when nliiill ring the mimic Â¬ strong or active brain lie calls atten Of the promlMover thee tion to such heads as those of Schiller The hlcxhccl musio of the try There Khali be no more eet Liszt Maclcart and others who arc reClara Th alien In Sunday Magazine markable for long and bushy hair and s ulso mentions the fact that QUINCE BLOSSOMS gypsies and the like who rarely have their hair cut are seldom allllcted with baldness His theory is that fre Captured a Bouquot quent cutting of the hair saps its v- IIow Pattyunci i Honrt itality and the air coming in through the cut ends and striking the roots Mr Mavericks quince trees had blos- Â¬ kills it somed unusually full this spring This might do very well were we tint Like tossing billows of pale pink the confronted with the fact that there are laden boughs hung over the old stcnie thousands postibly millions of men who shave every day and many mill- Â¬ wall showering rosy petals down at ions who shave at least once a week every brecc and Patty Trice stood ecstatic exclamation but for all that while the beard is cut still with aaslittle came to the turning in of delight she much closer than the hair who ever heard of a man becoming bald of tin lane Quince blossoms cried Patty claspchin if one might use such an expres Oh I unitf ing her hands together sion It is therefore clearly evident have some to model in wax llowers that hair is not at all like brush wood For Patty was a city sehoolmaaui killed by frequent cutting else all hair out fortnights holiday and would suffer alike and many a young she for a over the violet spangled cried and middle aged man would with sor Â¬ row see the glory of his luxuriant side meads laughed In sympathy with the whiskers departing in the wake of his gold orbed dandelions and kissed theÂ¬ little downy goslings in the most in ambrosial locks sane manner - or at least so her coun Â¬ Certain individuals have from their own- experience satisfied themselves try cousins thought And she had never a quince that it is to some as yet uninvestigated seen artistic eye blossom before and to her it was like a poets microbe which infests the barber shops dream o beauty that much of the baldness of men is She was not unlike a human quince due Women who habitually employ blossom herself this hair dressers sometimes lose tjieir hair cheeked young heroine dove eyed aspink of ours she but as this is worn long there is less stood there with the wind blowing back chance for destruction as there is more the strings of her white muslin sun hat to feed upon and her rose colored lawn dress lluttor One theory and a tolerably plausible ing softly one is that the marrow or pith or linNonsense said Miss Aramiuta Al- Â¬ ing of the hair is the objective point of len her cousin who had seen the annu- Â¬ the destructive parasite The hair Is al marvel of quince blossoming ever more tender and delicate in the since she was a child and cared noth- Â¬ portions next to the head and ing for it And theyre on Mr MaverIt is upon this toothsome dainty that icks land too and hes such an mcful the insect works Cutting through to old bachelor the interior he greedily eats it all up He could not eat me up could he If thoruby exhausting the strength and T stole a few gravely demanded vitality of the hair by consuming the Patty nst for my wax llowers And substance of It as fast as It appears there Is a ladder too all ready for me The more delicate the growth the more Yes said Aramiuta Allen looking quickly it falls a victim to the little de- rather apprehensively around its Mr stroyer It would be quite worth while Mavericks ladder His man is sticking for home scientist to make an ex broken bottles on the top of the wall haustive study of this subject and see Horrid old savage said Patty if It Is not to some parasite of the barberThe children climb over so ex Â¬ -shops that humanity owes Its bald plained Aramiuta and steal his stand pates ard roses and prize strawberries and The statement tthat certain men of break off his oleander boughs brilliant minds havu long hair proves Then why doesnt he give the poor nothing as far as Dr Lessuers things all they want indignantly de Â¬ theory is concerned except that manded Patty Price The idea of an as they do not havo their hair old bachelor living all alone in that cut they havo no need of barbers paradise of a place and grudging a few and therefore do not come in contract strawberries or a rosebud to the chilwith the parasites The same is true dren Arauiinta Ill toll you what of peasants and laborers Indeed It Im going to have a big bunch of those may be said also that men of eccentric minds extremists enthusiasts and ex- Â¬ Oh Patty ceptionally gifted men in Mime specialty Why not 1 can just run up the lad Â¬ almost always have long or abundant der and get them before your old cur Â¬ hair mudgeon comes out with his broken It Is the business man the banker bottles and man traps the merchant the broker the llnancler Please Patty dont think of such a or the mathematical man who Is most thing breathlessly remonstrated Aralikely to bo bald We might therefore miuta Allen who had been inoculated naturally inquire whether there Is any from her youth up with the belief that connection between buslucss and bald- Albert Maverick was the grand mogul ness and If in order to keep his head of Wcstbrook and Peter Mackenzie his covering intaut a man must be a noet gardener was his grand vizier N Y Ledger Youre not tinM V said Patty opening her blue eyes very wide Italian Hnlillcm Itutloiu Yes I am acknowledged Aramlnta Up to 188U the Itidlon soldier was fed am not cried Patty Ami like a according to the refutations of the Sar-Â¬ dinian army the scale being as follows bird she Muttered up the ladder scaled 7Stf gr of white bread 1Ja gr of coarse the heights of the garden wall and In bread for soup lSti gr of meat UU gr another minute had both hands full of of biscuit or rice and 15 gr of bacon pink uml white quince blossoms and with 100 measures of wine per annum buds I Oh dear me cried Aramlnta tor each soldier Year by year this scale told you so Theres somebody coining nH varied being ralrfcd or decreased And away she ran vanishing Into the according to the price of provisions recently when it has been do hedge Just as old Mackenzie came until olded under an improved system of around the corner of the wall with a cooking and general management to pail of steaming tar in one hand and a allow the following ration White bread basket of fractured bottles In the other 800 gr meat without bono U00 gr rice And just as Patty would havo with- Â¬ biscuit 180 gr bacon 15 gr salt 0 drawn her forces in good order ho nulgr together with 2W rations of coffee lified her retreat by briskly pulling the or 100 measures of wlno per annum for ladder uway yo the nool said he om Ive got each soldier in addition to which ho ultantly So youre the bad little las Â¬ will receive twopence per diem for veg- Â¬ sie as has broke all our rhododendrons etables or sueh relish as ho may choose otvr These allowances aro increased in war Ive never touched them cried Pat- Â¬ time X Y Post ty half terrified half indignant Kciuombor Ananias and Sapphlvy A small boy was receiving instruc Â¬ said old Mackenzie solemnly tion in slinplu mathematics and the that ladder back said Pat Â¬ Now Frank if fond mother asked Hosslo ty holding on to her bloomy treas- Â¬ yon hud five oranges and Aunt was to ask you for four how many ures I will Nae said old Muckontlo The youngest would you havo loft nao do that until 1vu reported to my thought for a moment and then an uiaHtor MJd ask Auut Ueswio if ako swered And away ho trudged to the house wanted the earth 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ farm-laborerÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Mnna HvhA IIocohih Ilko ti IllllUril Hull The subject of baldness in one that breaks out In the newspapers lit more or less frequent intervals In the course of which u great many theories and al- Â¬ The tlnntilng Mreains go hy Now gray beneath the HtontiCloud Now tuure its the ky lly bracken jjorse and heather Ily crnjf and rock and plain They hurry to the rlcr And the river to the inula Atlmart the purple moorland Where ITpon the garden wall Why doesnt she get down again Hceausc Ive tooken the bit ladder away exultantly answered old Peter Mr Maverick smiled grimly Let don and promises good behavior for the future said he and relapsed Instantly her stay there then until she asks par- Â¬ into Carlvle Old Aha balmy said he my master says yore to speer his pardon aui promise never to steal llowers again I wont cried Imlgnant Patty Suit yoursel suit yoursel said old Peter and he went to work at some tulip bulbs with the most barbarous indifference And there sat pretty Patty oi the wall her little feet hang Â¬ ing down among wild honeysuckles and Michigan roses her hair snowed over with the fluttering petals of the quince blossoms for whose sweet sake she had risked so much I cant jump said Patty to herself Its too far and I cant climb down for theres a quickset hedge on one side and a straight steep wall on the othfr And Ill necrr ask the horrid old bache Â¬ lors pardon no not If I sit here for three days At the end of an houror two old Mac kenzie came toward lit r Will ye say yere sorry demanded Â¬ himself Peter went back chuckling to The miscalculations of many practi- Â¬ cal politicians appear to result from tin assumption that the moral sense has no place In the political action of the peo- Â¬ ple Not many months ago Mr Ingalls of Kansas declared that politics was war and derided the Idea that the deca- Â¬ logue or the moral code had anything He not only to do with its contest assumed that in this kind of warfare the end justified the means the end be- Â¬ ing simply party success but ho as Â¬ sumed that the mass of the people had no more scruple than the politicians regarding the means that were used Inferentlally he approved of lying and misrepresentation of duplicity and de- Â¬ ceit of bribery and intimidation pro- Â¬ vided only they were used so skilrfully as to contribute to success Somewhat more recently Mr Quay of Penn- Â¬ sylvania likened politics to a game in which skill and adroitness were sure to prevail Ills assumption was that the lentters and managers made the calcu- Â¬ lations ami planned the moves and the people simply fell In line and cast the votes uninfluenced by any considera Â¬ tions addressed to the moral sense It is upon the belief that the people are controlled in their political action solely by a traditional attachment to party and by considerations of self interest that politicians like Piatt and Quay in one party and like Hill and matlrcd ns merely squab politic Precisely the meaning of that term not given in the political lexicons hut the Dos Moines sheet does not believe that those states are at all probable to go to Harrison Four years ago Indians was agaittiit him as shown by tliu re markably accurate poll made up to the eve of the election Then a barrel of small bills was shipped into the state nml under the direction of the Diuiwj was made to turn the scale by the tnea l ger plurality of twenty two luinilr4f Now the Australian system in la opera J tlon there and the democrats have bee rolling up majorities of twonty thou sand or more The most intense haters of the Indiana man at MinticnpouV came from his own state and thtf know that they would not be forgive I in case of his election Of course tfcfrf Iowa organ ill bo forced by Itspoti tlon to count in Iirtlluna and New York hot but It will be half hearted work und its opinions before tho nomination will be taken jus its real judgmont rSut Paul Globe Â¬ BETWEEN THE LINES Insincerity and Olmcurlty of the Hcpub Until Platrorin piece of work From the first to the last word It is evasive and Insincere To know exactly what it means it it necessary to read it between the lines It will be observed that the McKinley The republican platform is n queer hilUis nowhere specifically mentioned I wont said Patty went back to his master Shy wtiiiua say shes sorry sir said he Let her stay there then said Mr Maverick abstractedly Hut when the level beams of the sunset peered through the wistaria leaves ami danced on the pages of The French Revolution Mr Maverick threw aside his book with a yawn Mackenzie said he Sir responded the gardener Is that child up on the wall et There she is sir answered the old man and there shes like to stay A wraug hended wlllfu creature as ever ho No He i IP Ifr r llfere ill v ill MhiijiA W i Â¬ set eyes on Ill go out and speak to her myself said Mr Maverick a little Impatiently And Patty from her lonely height looked down upon a handsome middle aged face with lark laughing eyes a beard like jetty silk and a rich olive skin He started back in blaulc sur prise at beholding instead of the gaWky village schoolgirl for whom he had looked a pretty young lady with blue eyes flouting golden hair ami a I Â¬ rj rr W5r5iSafCl o - OO c - zT v tl Tun Rkasok ok Krms Nomination Gorman in tho ciltcr base their plans They take nonstock inji popular sense of what is rights pr wrong what is honest and straightforward or what is crafty and unscrupulous as affecting political results and like most people who are themselves devoid of sensitive Â¬ ness as to moral distinctions they learn nothing by the lessons of experience It was in fact the moral sense of the country that rejected Mr Illaine eight years ago in spite of the exceptional strength and popularity of the man with partisans who wero blind to the defects of rti character Hut for flic revoltof tlp moral sense on account of qualitlo8and acts which showed a lack of personal Integrity he would have been the strongest candidate ever nom Â¬ inated by his party with the exception of Lincoln and Grant What has destroyed the power of Quay in Pennsylvania is the belief that in certain financial transactions In that state ho showed a lack of honesty ami of moral scruple and In his efforts to direct the party organization he wnV indifforent to considerations of It is not justltjgnnd fair dealing altogether direct judgment upon his personal conduct but In part the re- suit of mistakes committed through in Â¬ ability to recognize the moral percep Â¬ tions ofothors Put in reality it was the revolt of the moral sense in Pennsylvania which overthrew the power of Quay in spite of an en ormoiib margin of party strength in that state Mr Piatt in this state has exhibited a similar incapacity to understand the popular Instlnctin favor of honest and straightforward meth Â¬ ods the aversion which Is felt for cor Â¬ rupt deals and underhanded schemes Doubtless the bulk of the voters In any party will stick to its standard in a contest either from belief in Its princi- Â¬ ples or from an attachment in which prejudice has much to do regardless of the wrongdoing of Its politicians but with u Mifilcienl number to make the difference between success and failure moral considerations will havo greater welgjitthaii those of turyothor kind It istlio morabfumse of the people that has made the leadership of men like Piatt ami Quay a failure It Is what defeated lMutnc as tho candidate of a powerful party in 18S4 and it is what tlefeated the effort to nominate him in 160J N Y Times SQUAB POLITICS Can HitrrUoit Now Curry New York unit I Chicago Times Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pink muslin dress Mackenzie said he there hns been a mistake Nae mistake at a sir nae mistake I at a persisted the old gardener caught her u stealin em my ainsel Mr Maverick turned gravely to the dimpled captive on the garden wall Are you the purloiner of llowers The haislened wretch that said he declines to supplicate for pardon Are you the illuty hearted old bachelor saucily retorted Patty who was tired and hungry and sunburned but resolute still An old bachelor yea but tllnty hearled no Mackenzie Sir Hring the ladder at once Hut sir she hasua spcered pardon yet cried the bewildered old Scotch- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t man Hrlng the ladder I say And then as Patty reached the ground he bowed low Will you forgive mo saitl he For I assure you that if I had known It was anyone but the tormenting li tit school in the platform although its putative author was the president of the con vention The omission was no nccM dent It was remembered that this bill had been condemned by the American people by a majority of nearly a mil- lion of votes It was not forgotten that republicans of eminence had denounced the bill as a violation of the pledges made during the canvass of 1S88 Til platform therefore was content to np- prove protection and reciprocity with- Â¬ out committing tho party to details Iletween the lines of these declarations and others of a general character w read that the republicans were afraid to indorse the McICinley bill by name They chose so to framo tho platform that it con Id be couttrncdasan indorse- ment where It Is popular and as not an Indorsement where that construction promises a better hurvest of votes The assertion that the prices of innn- ufacturcd articles are lower now than before the passage of tho tariff Of lh00 Is 7i J t children pened this should not have hap Â¬ I I only wanted a few quince bios soms to pattern my wax flowers after Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lit Â¬ said Patty with crimsoned cheek and quivering lip anil Mr Maverick glanced down at the faded flowers to which our little heroine still valiantly clung And these are all wilted said he Allow me to get you some more hide save us a commented old Peter to himself heres t master sneering pardon of t lassie instead of her to hlni Is t world a upseetl down Hut Mackenzies astonishment was nothing to thatof Miss Aramlnta Allen when she saw Patty Price come saun Â¬ tering leisurely home with Mr Maverick at her side all laden with blossom Â¬ ing quince boughs and heard htm say Ill bring you those maidenhair ferns anil oxnlis specimens In the morn- Â¬ ing Miss Price and if there is any Â¬ thing else about the place you fancy 1 beg you to consider my grounds as en- Â¬ tirely at your disposal How havo you conquered him said Aramlnta In amazement He m an old bachelor said Patty laughing but ho isnt so very drend ful after all And when the quince blossoms were all gone and the tall tiger lilies were in bloom Albert Maverick asked little Patty Price to give up her elty classes ami stay at Maverick Hall altogether And there are no more broken bottles on the garden wall for Mrs Maverick lets the children have all the llowers they want Amy Itandolph in N Y Ledger There aro plenty of mun who pay dog tax and yet do nil their own burking Hums Horn Â¬ -Â¬ when they supposed that this lcglsla- tion was in their Interest JletweenJt the lines we rend that the platfornw makers knew that the manufacturers were too sagacious to believe this hum bug and that they hoped that the masses of the people wero not If the f tariff of 1MI0 hml caused the decline of the prices of manufactured goods the manufacturers would be clamoring for its repeal Louibvillu Courier Journal Si Â¬ -- that the manufacturers were designed Unmake consumers believe deceived POINTED PARAGRAPHS The republican party to White- law Held You have the nomination Chicago now produce the stuff -Â¬ Times It was probably a Hlalne humorist who telegraphed to Col Dudley at Minneapolih to arrange the southern klegates in blocks of five and see that none got away until they had voted for Harrison St Paul Globe Tim negroes of thu south aro said to be against Harrison They wUll alwaysFu against any republican prcsm Ident who will carry out his partys programme which Is to give them nothing but promises for their votes -N Y World Imllnim tho very day that Harrison was nominated thu organs of the Clarksons at lies Moines insisted that there was no possibility of the recleetUm of the preslilont In November without thu votes of both New York and Indiana Thu claim that ho could pull through without these states tho paper stlg- On Morton was a millionaire who had once bought tho treasury portfolio and had lost it by the perfidy of Garfield Iteid is of the millionaire snob ocracy and ho is beside that tho partic- Â¬ ular enemy of organized labor Kan Â¬ sas City Times Tho nomination of Whlteluvr Koid for vice president in place of Levi P Morton is u peculiar concession to the one great stuto in the union which Mr Harrison could not control If I adds strength to tho ticket it must bo of a doubtful quantity not at present visible N Y Advertiser Â¬ J w HOME HINTS AND HELrJl lllng of feet In tho upper dungeon for to morrow morning you would bo Injr company1 It Is Jctun tho cham- Â¬ hy lnul has nn Invitation to a rattling at the gates of tho cemetery pion of all world tho favorite of all To make allk which ban tumbled banquet and ho Is going Is tho first BgcN Do you know mid wrldklcd appear like new sponjea Journey From Dark ncjiito the King Those shuffling to dine wUh crying to the departedsleptCome back to question the soul will what Short ask wlwm U comes feet uro tho tho cradle here you Come back weak Heavenly Light feet of the executioners They come to tho hall where you used to play through tho gate of Heaven I think it on the Hurfnco with n glue solutlo nml Iroa of gum arable or white and they cry down through the hole Como back to the table where you used tho first question will bo Where li it on the wrong side while damp Hurry up old man to sit and thoro would boa great bur Â¬ Jesus tho Saviour that pardoned my Irwimltlmi rrom a Trtuihloiu of the dungeon U yotfrJmt Keeping llutter lir mitiritl I ttii i re Come now get yourself ready Why glary In Heaven No no Uod will sin that carried my sorrow thatÂ¬ tor seems likely to Sweet dmwiSrSho iliinh spoil at ittliloal Kliul Paul was ready lie had nothing to not trust you with resurrection power fought my battles that won my vicwhich contains tt ItWMJlHie rntoii pack up lie had no baggage to take but ho compromises tho matter and tories O radiant onol how I would vessel water und lcoo t thorp until tVwFswt Ho had boon ready a good while I see says You can ucA bring them whore llko to eo Theol Thou of tho manger nesw oftho butter la hjtn rising up and straightening- - out you are but you can go where they Imt without its humiliations Thou of Home Journal Â¬ pi0v Dr Talmugo Is nowon the At his stiffened limbs LatWs und pushing back are They nro more lovely now than the cross but without It pangs Thou Now York on ThrgftfflpVwoU tiocoRnntjfcllje lantic hai Ing sailed from his white hair from his creviced fore- Â¬ over Wore thoy beautiful hero they of the grave but without IU dark-Sic 15th Inst for Liverpool for a preachbeaten two thlrdfi of a myful ofsugar head and see him looking up through are more beautiful there 11 PSA rT Mtr in IjIILmiuiu iLuuiuun Aiuiwuu of the hole in the roof of tlo dungeon Into SVSSffirt Tho Hlblo Intimates that wo will talk and one pint of milk one cupfuland HesldoH that it Is more healthy there IK4 1lfrt vt ltt fresh grated or desslcated oocoannt r Ill h 1wcln i thUntw the face of1 his executioners and hear for you than hero nged man letter wlthJosijs In Heaven Just as a brother a little nutmeg Lino a pie tin and till Towing I am now ready to bo ottered Now talks with a dlsposUloirjof him eSo the reception nml oh OonrcVTho and say time of my departure is at cltmkto there than those hot summers you ask him brotherI do not what will1 bake in a moderate oven half Riv hour the know first and cold winters and Into springs bet JJaked Parsnips Scrape or pareitho tho cargo of breadstuff hand Then they lift him out of tho tor hearing twttor eyesight more tonic can think what I would ask Paul first If iLrkrlStlnn Herald relief steamship Loo dungeon and thoy start with hint to In parsnips and If large cut them In quar Â¬ the air more perfume In tho bloom 1 saw him In Heaven I think I would Strfclch sailed lust week for bt PetersThey say more sweetness In tho song Iioyou like to hear him describe the storm that ters lay thorn on iv Hal baklngdlsh 4 Till i liiwl tl lw ltf rltfL- - tho place of execution mtvn- Ireviuiia iv n v Hurry or came upon tho tdtlp when thoro wero add a little water dredge with flour ttiid stenographer tho following feel tho along old man spearyou will not feel aged man sometimes us though U7 Skktcdtohls weight of our souls on the vessel Paul being the salt bake till mift and slightly browned Hurry you would like to get your arm and Lrmvcll sermon to bo road by tho vast along How far is It says Paul feel as though only man cool enough to describe tho A little butter may boputon tljQ top Do you not foot free serving Dotroll Tree Press iil Widely sonucrcu iiuuicuas huhi n we have to travel Throe miles you would like to throw away spec Â¬ storm There Is a fascination about a just before iWhlS WCCKiy liriMiiKI never shall got Is a good wav for an old tacles and eanes and crutches Potato Snow Pool and boll four Three miles Would ship and the sea that Klirourfv tho medium of tho newspaper man to travel after ho has been whippud yon not like to feel the spring and elas Â¬ over and I think I would llko to hear large potatoes until mealy Drain them from II Timo and crippled with Jpress Ho tcok his text maltreatment Hut an eternal boyhood him talk about that flrsU Hut when I dry und season with salt and JKJpper to mirth The timo of my departure Is thoy soon got to the place of execution ticity and point of which you start from meet my Lord Jesus Christ of what taste add a tablespoonful of butter and lv 0 ilty When the at Aequin Salvia and he Is fastened to this world Is old age and the point to shall 1 first delight to hear IUm half a cup of milk Mash and beat well WJ sou omy the pillar of martyrdom s i s jlDoparturo It does not which speak Now I think what It Is I shall with a fork until very light Sprlnklu juveneseonoe r In till tho Hlble Hut it is a word take any strength to tie him fast He tiirnl you i go is eternal nt the untl-- - first want to hear the tragedy of His a little pepper on the top before serv- Â¬ liiii vniii liiimls in ill ty j often wed in tho court room and moans makes no resistance 0 Paul why not ll1illlOU llliw MIV ill iPniriiii MiPimi v last hours and then Lukes account ing N Y World and Marks Ulce Pie Cook until very tender the desertion of one course of pleading now strike for your life You have a soul the crucifixion The timo of my departure is at of for another It is used in navigation to groat many friends hero With that hand account of the crucifixion and Johns one teaoupful of rice In a quart of boil describe tho distance between two withered hand just launch tho thunder I remark again all those ought to account of the crucifixion will bo noth- ing water with a pinch of salt Press rcridians passing ihrough tho ox bolt of the people upon those infamous feel this joy of the text who have a holy ing while from the living lips of Christ through it Move undjuld tQlt qucjrinrt It is a word I soldiers No in initios of a coursePul was not going to curiosity to know what Is beyond this the story shall be told of the gloom that of cold milk four eggs well beaten recently hoard applied to my do interfere with his own coronation He earthly terminus And who has not fell and the devils that arose ami tho 1Muvor with nutmeg Or lemon and lorvo part uro fn m America to Kuropo for a was too glad to gv 1 see him looking any curiosity about It Paul I suppose fact that upon his endurance doponded sweeten to taste Hake like custard nronrhlntr tour to last uiitiLSoptember up in the face of his executioner and hail tho most satisfactory view of tho rescue of a race and thoro was phi In a moderate oven Ohio Karmor In a smaller and lts significant sense as the grim official draws his sword Cherry Shortcake Make a dough It doth not yet darkness In tho sky and there was Heaven and ho says than implied in the text I can Paul calmly says am now toady to appear what wo shall be It is like darkness In the soul and tho pain bo as for baking powder biscuit adding a Tho time of my departure Is at be ottered and tho time of my depart Â¬ looking through a broken telescope eamo more sharp and the burdens be Â¬ tablespoonful more of butter than for snv Through the printing press I ure is at hanil hand came more heavy until tho mob began biscuit Roll about half Inch thick Hut J put my hand Now we see through a glass darkly 1 want not to seu that Can you toll mo any thing about the to swim away from the dying vision of address this sermon to my roaderi all over my eyes und bake in two layers one on top of I the world over and when thoy road it last struggle One sharp keen stroke heavenly place You ask me a thousand Christ and the cursing of tho mob the other When done split open aud uiU be in mid ocean and unless some and Paul docs go to the banquet and questions about it that 1 can not an- camo to his ear more faintly and bis put fresh stewed cherries between the v thing new happens in my marine ex- Â¬ Paul does dine with tho king swer I ask vou a thousand questions hands wero fastened to the horizontal layers and on top Sprinkle powdered periences I will Jbo iu no condition to What a transition it was 1roiti tho about It that you can not answer And piece of the eross and his foot wero sugar over and serve with whipped preach Hut how unimportant the word malaria of Koine to the finest climate in do you wonder that Paul was so glad fastened to the perpendicular piece of cream Demorests Magazine departure when applied to change of all the universe the one of eternal when martyrdom gave him a ohuneo to tho cross and his head fell forward In a Johnny Cake One quart of Indian continents as when applied to exchange beauty and health His ashes wore put go over and make discoveries in that swoon as ho uttered the last moan and meal add to this salt to taste and All Heaven pour over It as much boiling water as The It Is Is finished cried of worlds as when Paul wrote in the eataeomusot liome uttv in one blessed country time of inv departure is at hand Take the dough 1 hope some day of God will stop to listen until tho story Is will form n dough by the grace moment thetvtr of Heaven bathed from Now dcpav Luro implies a starting the soul the last ache lYom ship to o over and see for myself but not done and every harp will bo put down roll It Into balls press It on u heard to eyes fixed When place and a place of destination well man no prospered man and every ilp closed and all story Is form the cake It should be about the from dungeon from the biting what was the wreckof tho ulmwood rods from the now No upon the narrator until the Paul loft this world Hut the tlmu eighth of an Inch In thioknows Place I think wants to go now pain starting point It was a scone of great sharp sword of tho headsman ho goes will come I think when I shall go over done and then at the tap of the baton the board In front of the flro so as tho It was the Tullla into tho most brilliant assemblage of I want to see what thoy do thoro and I the eternal orchestra will rouse up fin- heat may brown the cakes turn them physical distress dungeon of the Matner Heaven a king among kings multi- Â¬ want to see how thoy do it I lo not ger on string of harp aud lips to tho and when brown on both shies send nuin the lower tine prison Koine Italy The top dun tudes of tho sainthood rushing outand want to bo looking through the gates mouth of trumpet thoro shall roll forth them to the table Huston Hudgot Worthy geon was bad enough it having no stretchinc hands of welcome for I do ajar forever 1 want them to swing the oratorio of tho Messiah Halted Tomatoes Stufled Cut a neat through really think that as on tho right hand wide open There are ton thousand is the Lamb that was slain to receive round piece from the topof firm ripe to Â¬ means of Ingress or egress but an opening in tho top Through that of God is Christ so on tho right hand of things they want explained about you blessing and riches and honor and matoes Kcmove the heeds and place the prisoner wus lowered and through Christ is Paul the second great in about myself about the government of glory and power world without end In a dripping pan those hollow tonin- Want Ho tlitturcil oli wlio can toll came all the food ami air and light Heaven that toes hlll them either with grated corn the world about God about everything To Mixi our souls from iloiitli unit litlll Â¬ recolvoU It was a terrible place that Uoforo We start in a plain path of what we lleTehangod kings llkowise When thoro was between Paul and well seasoned with pepper salt and butTipper dungeon but the Tullianum was the hour of death and up to the last know and In a minute come up against or with bread crumbs which luyro that magnificent personage only tho ter the lower dungeon and that was still moment ho was tinder Nero the thick a high wall of what wo do not know thinness of tho sharp edge of tho sword been fried In butter Pour around them more wretched the only light and tho necked the cruel eyed tho filthy lipped I wonder how St looks over there home Â¬ of the executioner do you wonder that some rich sou stock and bako one only air coining through tho roof and the sculptured features of that man body tells me It is like a paved oity hour Cover with another pan till al Â¬ O my Lord Jesus hu wanted to go that roof the floor of the upper dun bringing down to us to this very day tho paved with gold and another man tolls let oue wave of that glory roll over us most done when It may be removed to goon That was Pauls last earthly horrible possibilities of his nature Hemove mo It Is like a fountain and It is like a Hark 1 hear the wedding bolls of allow the tomatoes to brown I was in that lower dunresidence as ho was amidst tho pictured tree and it is like a triumphal proces Heaven ringing now The marriage of carefully to a heated platter pour ovCr seated It is made of marbles of Kgypt under a roof sion and the next man I meet tells mo tho Lamb has como and tho bride hath them any of the gravy romulnlug gar- Â¬ geon in November 1SS 1 I measured it and volcanic stone In a lin- Â¬ It is all figurative really want to made herself ready And now for a nish with parsolcy and serve hot adorned with tnothor-of-pear- l from wall to wall it was fifteen feet ing room which by machinery was kept Know after tho body Is resurrected little while good by I have no morbid Christian at Work Tho highest of tho roof was seven feet whirling day and night with most be- Â¬ what they wonr and what they cat and feelings about the future Hut if any Asparagus Scrape on the outer curiosity to thing should happen that we never moot skin out olY the ends of the stalks from tho floor and tho lowest of tho witching magnificence his horses stand1 have an Immeasurable The open Â¬ ing In stalls of solid gold and the know what it is and how it is and again In this world lot un meet where leaving the asparagus about hovoii Toof five feet seven inches ing in the roof through which Paul was grounds around his palace lighted at whore It is thoro are no more partings Our friend- Inches In length tie It up In bundhm let down was throe feet wide Columbus risked his life to find this ships have been delightful on earth with tape apd let It Ho In cold water victims who had been be night by its The dungeon has a seat of rock two daubed with tar and pitch and then sot continent and shall we shudder to go but they will be mor delightful in for two hours Then put it Into plenty mid a half feet high and a shelf of rock on flro to illumine the darkness out on a voyage of discovery whlcn Heaven And now I ctuunend you to of boiling water with a tablespoonful four feet high It was there that Paul That was Pauls king Hut the net shall reveal a vaster and more brilliant God and the word of 1Hh grace which Is of salt and boll for twenty minutes or spent his last days on earth and it is moment John Krankliit risked his life able to build us up and give an Inherit- Â¬ half an hour according to tho size of he goes Into the realm country there that I see him now in the fearful of Him whose reign is love and whose to find a passage between icoltvrgs and ance among all them that are sancti- the asparagus Cut broad an Inch dungeon shivering blue with tho cold courts nro paved with love and Kwhose shall we dread to find a passage to eter- Â¬ fied thick trim off the crusts and toast the Men In Sw Itzerland trav- Â¬ waiting for that old overcoat which he throne is set on pillars of lovo and nal slumber bread Putter It on both sides put thu BICYCLE RIDING had sent for up to Troas and which c liilonied with hlWUlS of el up tho heights of the Matterhorn asparagus on this after taking olT the itujttrt uusu nvvjnthey had not yet sent down notwith love and whose llfe tlmo is an eternity with alpenstock and guides and rocktape and servo with the following by lt way AilvitutiwP rliilmril fr tin Whirl standing that he had wriuon lor ir sauce In a tureen Put Into a atewpait Aitiiilrirn love When Paul was leaving so ets and ropes and getting half of If some skillful surgeon should go much on this side1 the nllhir of mar up stumble and fall down In a horrible Among the main reasons which bi half a pint of milk a little mux and a Thoy just wanted to say cycle riders give for their choice of loco little salt let It simmer ten minutes into that dungeon where Paul is in tyrdom to gain so much on the other massacre carcerated wo might find out what are side do you wonder at tha cheerful they had been on the tops of those high motion are tho following then add two tablespoonfuls of butter the prospects of Pauls living through valedictory of the text The time of peaks And shall wo fear to go out Hieycllng Is a popular clean health- Â¬ let boll and serve ji Housekeeper it l luaia In the first my departure is at hand tho rough Imprisonment for tho ascent of the eternal hills ful sport and a wheel Is good com- Â¬ A Nmr Mowing lliivhn Tikieo he Is un old man only two years people which start a thousand miles be pany Now why can not all tho old Among the recent inventions of note highest the stop whore short of 70 At that very timo when aged yond Tho wheel Is a t line saving machine In the nautical line mention may bo have tho bimiu holy glee as that sun Â¬ Alps when In that as and In this busy ago time is money ho most needs the warmth and Hie Charles I when he was peaks of the man had made of a simple and convenient dovloo A man doomed light and tho fresh air he Is shut out combing his head found a grey hair cent there Is no peril Kxorelso on the wheel Is better than Intended not only to propol a boat with from tho What are those und ho sent It to tho queen as a groat to die stopped on the scaftold and said walking Imiciiuso tho weight of tho sun Now In ton minutes I will body Is principally supported by tho grout facility but to ntford the oper Â¬ Why those tears on his ankles but old ago is really no In joy the groat secret hike the very desirable advantage of One minute wero gotten when ho was fast saddle Strength Is economized aud ator For the last forty know all time joke at vital functions ceased the tho exertion of force distributed more going face foremost In this arrange Â¬ tho his feet in the stocks Kvory years you have been dreading that after child he turned tho flush on his ankles start- that died last night know generally throughout the muscles of ment the primary object in view Is to to have been an little mrht iti by moans of a screw pro- Â¬ or St rethan fear and td What are those sears on his bach arms tho inttiM Yon sav vou most soul more himselfJonathanhoKd wardsI rUiuls sults logsprogressand body by farequal ex- Â¬Â¬ run tho boat shaft of which passe peller the tiled before You know ho was whipped five times Paul less reached the In the struggle at tho moment have en the exit from this world or death If through tho stern of the boat through i ssach time getting thirty nine strokes ertion or proportionately greater re packed bearing thu shaft being In- Â¬ Hut millions and body part Is to call It to the Cliristlan one hundred and ntuety fivo bruises on sults by tho same oxertlon In other that moment and may not wo as you please It Is demonstra- Â¬ words tho wheelman rldc ten miles In clined to a slight degree so that titer the back count thorn made by the dured Thoy got through with It am glorious explanation Jews with rods of elm wood each one wellcan we Heshles this all medical tion It is Illumination It Is sun burst an hour with less fatigue than he propeller wheel Is suitably Hubmorged Is the opening of all the windows beÂ¬ At a proper point In tho boat Is a verti Is of tho 105 strokos bringing tho blood so men agreo In saying that there prob It Is shutting up the catechism of would walk four in tho same time muscu- cal yoke frame secured to the bottom Look at Pauls face and look at his It ably no struggle at the last momonttho doubt and tho unrolling or an cause In walking almost all the of the boat tho frame carrying at lt rms Where did ho got tlwso bruises Is thrown on the logs not so much as tho prick of a pin alto- tho scrolls of upper portion a double crank shaft accurate lar exertion positive I think it was when ho was struggling seeming signs of distress being l ow people breathe properly They provided with a central sprocket wheel Instead of standing use only the upper portion of the lung It Information shoro amidst the shlyoring timbers of gether Involuntary Hut you say Now at tho foot of the ladder and look Â¬ Impure below this is journalod a second shaft tho shlpwrcclc I see a gash in Pauls Is and leave a largo residuum of the uncertainty of the future Infidel ing up sprocket wheel and a bevel It Is standing at tho air I think aide Whore did ho get that Hleyolo riding causes thorough carrying a God do not play the child of looking down It respiration and tones up tho general gear wheel this engaging a horizontal top of tho ladder aud lie got that In tho tussle with highwayGod has filled the Hlble till it can men for ho had boon In peril of rob Afterno more with stories of the good Is tho last mystery taken out of botany circulation It Is particularly beneficial bevel that turns a short vertical shaft and astronomy and to men and women of sedentary habits which Irt Jourrtnlcd In a step bearing bo Ho hold unund geology hers and had money of his own things ahead better not talk about theology Oh will It not bo grand to and gives thorn such exhilarating pleas low this shaft by bevel gear causingÂ¬ ww a mechanic a well as an apostle certainties tho screw shaft to rotate Tho ar Tho nil micstloiis answered iiiv and I think tho tents ho made were as ure that thoy do not feel the labor I can not hear i wuim rangement is found to be In practice I lut you say recurring Interrogation V Ledger perpetually ood as his sermons If yo satisfactory In every respect for which of parting from friends hero s In Hcav- - point changed for tho mark of exclama- Â¬ There Is a wanness about Pauls looks Who will old you have more friend All riddles solved Little Carl had been seriously It Is designed and enables tho boat to What makes that I think a part of vro i the census 1I V lust take paper and bo- - tion to go out on that discovery when warned of tho danger of putting Indi- Â¬ bo propelled In very narrow channolH fear that came from tho fact that he was for Y Him large sheet of twenty four hours on a plank In the Take some the names of those who all tho questions nro to bo decided gestible articles Into his mouth espec- Â¬ N Walking one day In tho to record which we have been discussing all our ially buttons Trullhitf Iovviik Jfedlterranean sea suitorlng terribly li shore the vo emigrated to the other Who shall not clap his hands In cemetery with his mother the boy was lives posi- Â¬ Apropos of trained gowns It Is an Wore ho was rescued he says of your school days your coundeeply Impressed by the number of tho Interesting fact that It was Queen tively I was a night and a day In tho omp a ms associates the friends of the anticipation of that blessed r y business no better than through dead lying about him after a period of Anne Hlehard Iln Queen Anne who deep recently try If It be man surely oh worn out old who more The timo of my solemn meditation ho looked up Into Introduced trailing gowns Into Kugluml you must bo melancholy no constitu- Â¬ midlife and thoseit be that thoy have holy curiosity crying away Can w it departure Is at hand his mothers face and earnestly usked nearly five hundred years ago It watt tion could endure this and bo cheerful did they all swallow but- Â¬ the same royal lady who first sot thti I remark again wo ought to have tho Mamma Hut I press my way through tliu prison not want about them and you do have been joy of tho text because leaving this tons Wide Awake fashion of enormously high peaked Until I como up eloso to where lie Is Imr Oh no There society society of ami by the faint light that streams heir Are you fond of headgear from which the luatlnco you could world we move Into tho best crowd of SenslbloMnn you have felt that through the opening I see on his face a A S whn -- nothor moment away rom the universe You seo a groat you say flowers Mr Humstoud indeed the deb- Â¬ hat is no doubt descended and also and end people In some street Miss Adlet changed tho mode of lady horsoinaiiHhlp supernatural joy and I bow before him What general utante Not particularly an admiring from tho cavalier style to the Sot Ml Who Js passing there you keep and hay with would Aged man how can replied Humstcad Well is going up there Altogether she bt respomdblo for my preference llb cheerful amidst all this gloom to this world o what prince throne in Heaven I say glance at his questioner Chicago I foe a great great deal of fomlulu wo oico Btartlca tho darkness of tho place is decidedly for buds Detroit Free Who is the focus of all that ndmlra- Tribune bo as ho cries out I am now ready to Who lb the center of that gutter- - Picas - tlon offered and tho timo of my departure kJv you resurrection power Heat hand UurU what is that nhuf- - not DEPARTURE w rHtorlIa vw J -- 1 - ivvi I Â¬ Â¬ - -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in itr - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i - mi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Â¬ tluPVou tb ingrU Mlde-nad-d- TilK present General Assembly should enact a law that members of that body all other Stnto officials will bo paid SPENCER COOPER - - - Editor and for tho time they are on duty nnd let tho law apply to all legislative assemblies after the present one The idea of get Â¬ HaisssVorljL bbbsmIh WTvvfli nBBBXffiL ting a law to apply to the members now ssssspPMft thero is out of the question but as very bsTIDbsYx few of them expect to go back again they might be Induced to voto for a law that will make members of all future assemblies attend to the business for which they ure sent thero by their con HAZEL GREEN KY both 29 1892 stituonts Some member can makecover fmno by framing a law name and ing this question and no member ab DEMOCRATIC TICKET sent should be allowed hiis per diem under any circumstances The Legisla For President ture should bo run on the same business CltOVEft CLEVELAND principles that govern the members of Of New York that body in their own private business For Vice President and It is safo to say that not one of them would pay an employe for a days work ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois Tho tax Â¬ not done by tho employe payers of tho State pay the members to COUNTY TICKET go to Frankfort as their representatives For Circuit Clerk and with tho understanding that they JONAS F VANSANT will devote their whole time to that Sheriff For business If they do not they should GEORGE W DRAKE bo paid for their services not Hazel Queen Herald j JmKVm a 1t3 are still apparently firm nnd as Sayers and Hoi mau are the House conferees on tho bill there is little hope that tho conference will reach an agreement except under direct instructions of the House but it is bolieved that by the time Mr Holman reports to the House that tho conference cannot agree that the friends of the appropriation will Iks strong to pass n motion in tho House instructing their conferees to recede al Â¬ though it is certain that such action will be very much against tho wishes of a large number of Democrats who agree with Mr Holmnn and Mr Sayers that Congress lino no constitutional right to loan or appropriate money for the expo Â¬ sition although many of theso name members saw no constitutional objection to Congress assuming jurisdiction over the fair to the extent of ordering it to be closed on Sunday the House having by n vote of 147 to Gl adopted tho Senate amendment providing for the closing of the exposition on Sundays The consis Â¬ tency of those who voted for the Sunday closing nnd against the appropriation is not apparent to ordinary observers It is refreshing to learn that Mr Geo Shiras Jr of Pennsylvania who has been nominated to the vacancy on the Supremo Court has never held a public office and also that he has never been active in politics He is very highly spoken of by Pennsylvanians and from all accounts he will make a good Judge even if it be true as reported that President Harrison did appoint him for the purpose of snubbing Senators Quay and Cameron enough Â¬ Colds and Coughs croup sore throat bronchitis asthma and hoarseness cured by 1 Â¬ epen 1 IIILUidillLin 135 E uciut f bMinHfactrlnsJwlir MAIN STREET Custom Houie Myers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effoctivo emergency medicine It should be in evory Squirt LEXINGTON KY Friday July Â¬ family WATCHES Â¬ Dr J C Ayer Co DIAMONDS Lowell Mass THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N JWtLY Solid SHlrer AND CLOCKS inessH Optical Goods II WITIIERSPOON President R I HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of tner ulinuts farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and tiers its cUNtouiers every facility nnd the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate hanking octl8ly Trimble Bros WHOLESALE o doubtless pull on their coats and work party Among those who We are authorized to announce lion O for him like beavers C BOWLES of Pike county us a candidate nro especially indebted to him for the for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district noble way he bus treated them are ex subject to action of the Democratic party Snator Spaulding and Capt Tracy the SALVRRflVILLK latter of Clark county The Governor K Y July 10 1892 To the Democrats of the 10th Congres has so impressed these gentlemen with sional District On the first dav of this mouth I announced myself a candidate for his high sense of honor and magnanimi Congress subject to the actinu of the Dem ty that they never will forget him and ocracy of this district This was before I knew of the candidacy of cither Mr Ken when tho time comes to elect a United dall or Mr Bowles I am still a candidate States Senator it will not surprise us to subject to the action of my party hear their enthusiasm is such that thoy I D SUMKTT will neither eat or sleep till the contest JrtrElectlon November 8 1892 Wo owe him a small debt is settled For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce TIIOS C ourself and you can bet your socks that No JOHN80N of Wolfe county as a candi well pay it when the time comes date for Circuit Judge of the district em man cant outclever us o o bracing Breathitt Estill Lee Mogofliu nnd o Wolfe counties subject to action of the They say that after John Y Brown Democratic party was inaugurated Governor he tendered Commonwealths Attorney Secretary to Hon We arc authorized to announce JOSEPH tho position of State Ignatius Spalding ex State Senator and M KASH of Hazel Green as a candidate Mr Spauld- Â¬ for Commonwealths Attoruey in the 22nd ex Railroad Commissioner Judicial district composed of the counties ing hesitated tho Governor urged and But just in of Breathitt Estill Lee Magoffin and Wolfe Mr Spaulding accepted subject to action of the Democratic party tho nick of time the Governor found another man and with due honor to the CUftftCNY NEWS AND COMMENT feelings of Mr Spaulding in the matter released him much howevor to the reAuditor Norman will no doubt take gret of His Excellency The gentle- Â¬ an activo part In the selection of a Uni- Â¬ manly consideration of the Governor in ted States Senator when the time comes this instance so indeliby impressed Mr for action Ho and Governor Brown Spauldingso we have been informed that aro said to be red hot f Honda ho can never forget it and never wants o o o to if Mr Brown is an aspirant for addi- Â¬ The Lexington Transcript of Satur tional honors Surely all people will day published a long list of officials and honor Mr Spaulding for standing by his appointees who will be in lino for Brown friends o for United States Senator Strange as o o it may seem neither Auditor Norninn Aa an instance of tho way in which nor Geologist Proctor appear in tho list the taxpayors of the State are being o robbed by tho present Legislature we Henry 0 Frick manager of tho cite tho following which wo clip from a Caruegio Company at Homestead Pa Frankfort dispatch in the Lexington was shot twico and stabbed by a Polish Transcript of Sunday Most of the Jew named Bergman an anarchist from members had their coats oft and collars Now York in his private office at Pitts Â¬ and cuffs were borne with difficulty The burg Frick saved tho lifo of his assail roll call showed a quorum but many ant as one of his clerks attempted to honest statesmen who had answered to shoot him and Bergmau was promptly their names at 9 oclock and got right jailed on the record hied themselves away in o various directions immediately thereO after Somo wont to the Eminence fair The red headed delegate who so gener- Â¬ ously throw his influence to the support and somo went to Cincinnati and Louis of Brown in the Louisville convention villo and a few went home These do of 91 and that too without hope of partures lott tho number of the truly recompense or reward when ho might faithful rather scant for tho purpose of havo traded it to another Gubernatorial doing business aspirant for a lucrativo position will get WASHINGTON LETTER a real phat take when Y Brown gets to be a United States Senator Washington July 22 1892 The o into upon which Congress will adjourn 0 0 The Democratic love feast hold at is dependent upon tho appropriation for Madison Square Garden in New York tho Worlds Fair as it is now considered last week was tho grandest political certain that the Sotmto will not consent event of the year Speeches wore mado to adjourn until the House agrees to that by Mr Cleveland Mr Stovonspn and appropriation Tho Republican mana Â¬ niauy other prominent men of tho party gers wero quick to see the political capi Â¬ and the meeting resulted in a general tal to bo made out of tho fact that it unification of all tho Democratic forces was ontirely Democratic votes which Cleveland and Stevenson will win this defeated tho appropriation in the House yenr and win by several lengths and thoy nro making tho most of it and o o o tho longer tho House lioUis out the more Tub noble effort of Governor Brown they will make out of it Messages from in trying to maintain tho Geological prominent Democrats in all sections of Survey will onlist tho Influence of every the country aro pouring in upon Demoman In Eastern Kentucky and all who cratic Representatives urging them to aro interested In development whenovor recede from their unpopular position he wants to bo United States Senator and it is said that Mr Cleveland has also As tho peoplo of Eastern Kentucky owo sent a strong letter to ono of his close him much thoy will keep their weather friends in tho houso saying that it will cyo on tho dear Governor and hasten to endanger tho party success if the Houso dischargo tho debt wheuovcr duty calls succeeds lit preventing this appropria Â¬ The Governor is so devoted to develop tion ment M don clier kuo that tho peoplo Tho Democrats who opposed tho ap are anxious to show him how they appro propriation undeMho leadership of Hoi elate him I mau of Iudiana nnd Sayers of Texas Â¬ FOR CONOKK9S And John Young Brown wants to be Wo are Authorized to announce MAHCUS United States Senator Well he ought C LISLE of Clark county as a candidate to have it He has been so faithful and for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district will all subject to the action of the Democratic true to his friends that they o o GROCERS MT STERLING KY - KuIaTirifil t t CUli -- lla in i yd nrittaa If 70a flfil0R rf fiiiaini Vi liaratlf iroiiit ul liiltlljfat iiiImIIhi mriitI Ijt mil tlrullml Consign tn en tH of produce and the putronnse of Mountain Merchants reject fully solicited jeUly iul jmi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The statistics in the preliminary re-Â¬ llltk li htUtlf SBBBBBBfcW j4 7 ecli anr flrlr ill lrnl IIIOB port of the Senate committee which has ii amir iiit nno an r il ii J been investigating the effect of tariff winin who flr InlturliiMi laws upon the prices of everything in- Â¬ rill Mora lnilua uliutlr tyr I cluding wages and living in this country amllir lb on SSSSSBBB Mini Dollar and Great Britain will fill a long felt In llinlr own Tr mnaHMHBBKnBMBMBflli liMlilif whir want if they ure reliable and the four rr Hit lit I III a j fHrtUk ill ilmlluii or Republicans nnd two Democrats who lTa HiptM Itilit 1 irtiU jrou rag make up the committee say they are am tUlaiiiiHtil I itir HKiklng Taken as a whole these figures indicate an rrlt uoth illfU 11 that on a general average the cost of the Oil aa aliara N II llt dlltltMll living of a family in ordinary circum- Â¬ to am or Dial raqwlra much lima I iUtr tint stances has since 1889 been very slightly 4ii iriH from aach Jiilrlel o decreasing in this country and increasing ouiiiT I hartal radr tatiflit and iu Great Britain nnd that wages in this prutlIJnUlim Mr pl17mai a large country average 77 per cent higher than nuuibar vh art tnaamr tar i araa i koataa Dalian T aaelt All la naiv in Great Britain These statistics will ollJiHra rairparHriilanO JklWr tun know all If oarlui In go mo rwrlhaf kra harm iilona liMraaa ftm be carefully studied and if they be inac- Â¬ E V AIIKM Hex 44 AuiMM JMmIm curate it will doubtless be soon discov- Â¬ - Jitrfriiial I n nt Kitl53rP err fiJTfs ftW 11 I U Hi ent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office is Opposite US Patent OMce Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat pr I and we can secure patent In leas time than those remote from Washington Send model drawing or photo with description We advise If patentable or not free of charge Our fee not due till patent is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names ofactual clients In your State county or town sent free Address Â¬ ssHSiiil Tie I I CASNOWCO Opposite Patent OMce Washington D C sgg Traders Deposit Bauk MT STERLING KY Capital J M G L 200000 Surplus 30000 ered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 succeeding The Pinkerton men are here giving KSEL KY their vetsion of tho Homestend fight to to the House Investigation committee McGUIKE The committee expects to submit a par Â¬ STAMPER uv tial report before adjournment CAMPTON KY Thin In 11 It is a crying shame said a well known labor leader at present employed Hazel Green in the Government Printing office that Mint riinMiiNu estaousiinient is now the lobby controlled by ex Senator Ma prepared to execute orders for all kinds hone of Virginia aided and abetted by Jof printing such as Catalogues Minutes Senators Cameron of Pennsylvania Vest Letterheads Noteheads Sale Hills TagsP Cards Ktc SErWhen vou want priut g of Missouri Butler of South Carolina ling try rl UK HkraiI and save moneyU and Blackburn of Kentucky should SGiESaSft2SZ2GGX2Jtt have repeated their success of two years ago in getting postponed the purchase of a site for a new Government Printing Sctantilto America office or no better reason than that A8noy for Mahone wishes to force Congress to buy bis land A majority of the 3000 men nnd women who daily risk their lives in the old and shaky building now used are members of labor organizations and it is avatar a v aana aiaiaa4aB among the possibilities that this lobby I riauaPATKMT nanaai BK81QM may find itself confronted by the agents COPYRIGHTS etc freo Handbook write to of organized labor when it next tries the Far Information tuid Bkohdway Nkw York MUNN 4 COj an Olden bureau for iecarimr patents In America postponement dodge Krerr Patent taken oat by u la brought before Allan Rutherford a Washington claim tae pnbllo by a notice gtren freo of cbarxe In tlio agout has got into a scrape that may give him a good deal of trouble if it does not put him in a striped suit before it is Lanrest circulation of any scientific paper In the world Splendidly Illustrated No Intelligent man should be without It Weekly SietJ ended byseuding a circular to the bene-Â¬ yearsLSO six months Address MDNN COa VtTBUsaxBS 3C1 Broadway New Vork ficiaries of the bill recently passed for tho relief of tho hospital corps demand flOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY ing 10 from each of them for having had the bill passed He may bo prose- Â¬ S S COMBS Propuiktor cuted for fraudulent use of tho mails The patronage of the traveling public is and for obtaining money under false pre respectfully solicited Table the best and tenses everyattention to the comfort of guests The labor organizations are trying to R J- - F LOCK HART get the eight hour bill recently passed by the House through the Senate before adjournment and they are confident of PIEJkTTXcBT BIGSTAFF President KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON 0 Cashier ial We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmer traders and business men geuerullv throughout Kustern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book tiny your checks and loan vou money when in need V W Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co KY J A LjMI -- Ijtjt LEXINGTON Main Stkket Wholesale Dealers in Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY Tarr and Old Taylor Agents for A SPECIALTY Old CIGARS AND TOBACCO Old Pugh Old Pepper Scientific mcvicau H ti Cut Price House 167 G PEDER RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO HOSI i Ijl65 ERY Â¬ BLANKETS SU PENDERS and all kinds of small wares and other goods in Notion ana Furnishing Goods Line GLOVES II G UNDERWEAR SHAWLS Fkdku 300 Co Church Street New York uSpeciul attention to mail orders OST 15 D QCiSIlTI UkSI iA Ww mm WORMS WHITES CREAM Dmnorrntlo Yenr VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD rrtaajtJSyBKHABaVaaTATLORIHI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Presidential contests this State went Republican in 18G4 Democratic in 1FG8 Republican in 1872 Democratic in 1870 Republican in 1880 Democratic iu 1884 Republican in 1SS8 ami this is the year for another Democratic inning HuiTalo N Y Courier lie Wins lit Until Kiuln Having had cheap foreign labor locked out to secure high prices Mr Caruegio I is now locking out American working men to get cheap foreign labor Ho thua makes protection cut both ways for his fat pocketbpok St Louis Post Dispatch Any Kliut of Vik Even free trado wages would suit tho locked out employes of the protected iron nnd steel mills Chicago Herald Will practice in the courts f A H stampkk of Wolfe and the adjoining w w moimkk counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention FOR 20 YEARS Kentucky Training School Mt Sterling Ky mJm SOLD EVERYWHERE CO JrCT Jr J yl jAJmmL ImLtAjLmk futt ROSE aTr DeBUSK PHACTICAL Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Hlacksuiithing of all kinds solicited work nrnmiitlv done Wo make u specwlJ CLARENDON of building 2diorse wagons and gtuininkf Cor Limestone and Short ats nil work NOTICE All who are indebted to LrxixoTOK Ky firm or either of us for work must coin W II ROSWELL PnowuETon and settle aiid cash satisfactory terinwu There has been added an Annex with LO be demanded for nil or work done heri iiHe large well ventilated rooms Street Cars Thanking you for past patronage and so puss the door every five mlmites Located Melting a continuance of the same we within two squares of depot ViMV ROSE respectfully oractlcal homelike Mllllarrhnniiiik mil late course Number limited rooms lull last year Apply early Major C W FOWLER Superintendent A HAZEL GREEN KY THE Igriculturalhin rs ilrum COLD COUNTRY BARN or One Tlmt h Given 1ulrly Good kintlJilHCtliyt row stable here in Wulworth Iftiintr Wis which pleases mo fnlrly the bottom being on a lovel with ft ground except a bank on ono side 80 feet The stable The barn is 70 by inside mcamres 07 by U7 feet p tlc fc U Brranjfed for HI cows besides 6 by 8 by 8 two box stalls a mealbin feet square for Vet and a spaco clht tfccl which drops from the cutting Tim htable htiK eight out 90m above doors and in lighted by ten win Afa dons end ventilated by a shaft running fcrthe roof The cows face Inward and arc fiust vjjfli stanchions Theoretically this barbarous method but know of k a 0thcr that combines so many advant- Â¬ ages Stanchions are safe they econo-Â¬ mise room the cows can bo kept clean and do not seem to mind the confine- Â¬ ment They are in three rows two lengthwise of the stable and one across eacd in 1 the end alley is eight feet wide anil the distance from the outside wall to the stanchions is nine feet four inches the floor upon which the cows stand is of plank four feet ton inches in length and the gutters which arc also plank are eighteen inches wide The feeding iSiio III pIMtf H3rvtta mum J5 BANK rCT3ElH FEEDING ALLY JTMM1 70 FEET BARN YARD- - I mrl tfXD KILL u 52X71 UKAKr HOUSE 1IAN and OH HA UN KOU COlI torNTTY three inches deep and the walk between the gutter and wall is three feet The Layino tiii Orr mt avi Fiooi ground was first made as level as possible The glitter was made of two ten inch planks kept level by placing short pieces of inch boards erowise under them every three or four feet Thee were let into the earth m that the gutter planks rest firmly on the ground On the gutter plank next to the wall a two by four ineli scantling Fanner is spiked which makes the backside of the WHY BEES WORK ATDARK iiuk TO YOUR TEXT Stay with the IhiMncwi Ym UiidemtiiHd It t Itrcntioc the Hnny WahIiI CrjutatlUe unit You Wilt Vln ir Mudcln the IlKhU Every senson some stockmnn feels Jlcct work nt night in the hive and that he has badly failed in what ho is build comb as perfectly as if an electric doing Ho thinks ho would like to try light shone there all the time It has homcthlng else He has lost money in often been nsked why they prefer to ono venture but proposes to find it work in the dark Everyone knows ngain in another The folly of this Is thnt honey Is a liquid with no solid sugÂ¬ apparent at a glance if one but consid- Â¬ ar In It After standing it gradually as Â¬ ers It As a rule treasures are to be sumes a crystalline appearance or gran Â¬ found and recovered where they are ulates and ultimately becomes a solid lost A skeep breeder remarked some mass It Is stuted that this change is fifteen years ago to the writer that he due to the same ngent which niters had lost on sheep but expected by per the moleculnr arrangements of the ioÂ¬ sistency to recover right where the dine of silver on the excited collodion losses occurred His anticipations hnvc pinto nnd determines the formation of been fully verified but his success it camphor and iodine crystals in bottles partly due to Increased experience In Honey has been experimentally in- Â¬ the best of reasons and with the best closed in well corked flasks some of stock one must know a business fairly which were kept in perfect darkness or must employ skilled help which is while the others were exposed to tho difllcult to get if even moderate suc light The result was thut the portion cess is to be found We know a young exposed to the light soon became crys- Â¬ farmer who grew up with eattle as a tallized while that kept in the dark re- Â¬ specialty swine and sheep as auxiliary mained unchanged Hence wc see why stock When his steurs Kre ready foi the bees are so careful to obscure the the market and it is dull he hastens tc glass windows which are placed in sell and makes greater haste to buv their hives Tho existence of the young stock cattle of the best grade which depends on the liquidity of the sacchar Â¬ his discouraged neighbors are selling ine food presented to them and If light Ills average profits on the two lot of were allowed access to this it would In cattle are always satisfactory Sheer all probability prove fatal to tho in Â¬ and hogs in equal number with the eat mate of the hive loarsoiib Weekly tle where grain Is fed are necessary The Trite Inxntlvc Principle as a rule to secure the full rewards the from a stock farm Now with abun Â¬ Of tho plants used in innntifuctuiiiig per pleasant remedy Syrup of tigs bus u dant grass following the rains even tuiuuiitlv uciienVhd ouect on the butuuu though low prices have prevailed for sstoin while thu eheup veceinble extract Mentions UMiallVBold some months it would seem very good urn tnlnerul permanently injurious as medi Heing cines are policy to keep good growing cattle and well in formed win will ue the true reined v care for them properly hi more than only Miuiiidicturcd by the Culilondu Fig a quarter of a century of experience byrup Co with from twenty to three hundred catHan ps iiiI exclaimed Old Tlmo stoni- Â¬ tle uvery year the writer knows a man ly And the frightened cluck Uuutbliugly who has had but four seasons of Josses struck twelve on cattle and hogs combined The Tin Hams Horn Is published at Indian- Â¬ losses of two seasons were on the hogs apolis Indiana al JlfO per year alone occasioned by neglect when he thought other farm work more Impor- ofA NKitvors nuYctloa A mans on Vis eve propotuL 1iiuti tant Losses result a good share of the Fast and looie A runaway horeo time from our ignorance and neglect and from lack oirsystcmatio business No mix over soil nut at hi own estimate management That which one knows A LrrT tiLiniu is iu tho pamo along with best he can do best Few men past thirty five years old can leave a line ol tho rest live stock with which they have had Tnn thief would talc things eofly if II long acquaintance and take up with woio not for the minions of tho law profit a class of stock new to them In Ir cattle hogs sheep and hoises in the find you want to enjoy tho sunshine dont fault with your shadow UmusHorn order named most farmers find good returns iti nearly equal numbers Db mini dit Stans still loses groan of each class there is small risk in the Arrrit all n man cannot contract a bad outcome of a lifetime Orange Judd Inbit too uiucIl Columhns Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why use such an irrational moans of rem edying costtvciicsKf That pare botanic nuinlcHK philosophic remedy llostettors Stomach Litter produce tho desired re sult decisively but without Inconvenience or griping uyspenMa and Inaction of tho liver nnd kidneys aro lllowia rectified by this boulgn restorntlvo of health Tborols no fiuor tonic for tho debilitated nnd nervous Cures mnlurta nnd rheumatism Â¬ Â¬ AffouUtnic Twltt Helow the WnlitbftRd Aro produced by a drenrhing cathartic that there is something engaging about tho marriage prnnoaal Ulngbamtou Leader Cnii You TttR girln cannot resist tho impression U lurllllaM UWf hUn bin Sinn FnlUtt Vrn WwnuriblostnJ the connimtr peys fee WUa or gli pcKim wan etery purtnue IUJB hTT Pv injHr i nVmeT o wn wmn MnM M The Only One Kvrr There Is a inch display advertisement In thin paper this week which has no two words alike except one word Tho sumo is true of each new ono appearing each week from Tho Dr Hartcr Medicine Co This houso places n Crenccilt on everything tlioy make and piiblUb Look for it send them the name of tho word and they will qeturn you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Turnr aro fifty one mctnh but If you havo gold you will not worry about tho other Ufty the Wont Irlntl llail BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Dealers in Military Mass Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue h i Toledo O nAMs CATAKim Ctnr Is a liquid and Is taken internally nnd acts directly upon tho blood und mucous surfaces of t no svstom Send for testimonials free fold by Drug gists 7po F J Chuncv H Co lroprs Tnn bad habit is ono thing that prows lnrirer and larger the more It is contracted Dallas News FLAGS LITTLE Hur Tiiii eruntlons icate them with HillB Hair and Whistcr Dje Glenns will return Erad Sulphur Simp M Â¬ cents lr you cant link a man be lenient faults Texas SIftlugK Nruvors bilious disorders with his LIVER PILLS 10 a Cenutlfy Suro cum UhI Â¬ sick hcnd nehe iihlicesi Ion loss of appetite and cons tipiitlon lemoved by lieccbailis 1ills Tin exeixismg of horses just before a raco is the pkouinblc SICK IL12AD- ACHK lmplrd llKrtlocjiirti- for dlt rvmoTt nu nnr ortimukii rirrci on iviu K0T onirK HOtt SICKB Â¬ comnlexlon by iwrlfylngc lilnoil IlKrtV ytUETAULK i on Pill en Th li ricly dmtf J to ult BtTrrlitoimitli tfhvmlc0itarMttrlMtmt oo ilr utTKiHl bladder bilious nurvou ui- Kitthllih urdrrliAILX AOion tut una ltUhltirKU Conquer rockit liVr romrulttif vlift S rul -- ftt tmp You rrt S3 paftookVlth itmpe DR HARTER ME0ICINE CO St Loull Ma Atl cvnunio funiH prncil hilnVni 1 iniuifl k hn mrr tlrrlfrCfticnl toldeTcry IEWIS I had a malignant breaking out en my leg below tha Imce and wascurcd sound and well with two and a half bottles cf Other blood racuiclnts had failed 1LL IEAn to do mo any e lga S gutter two by four inch joist is set up edgewise about six or eight inches front the stanchions a strip of board two inches wide is laid on the inside of the gutter plank This and tho two by four joist are for the floor planks to rest on wnd there is one inch slant to A putter and the wall three feet is filled with soil and tramped firmly for a walk behind the cows The space between the LOSV AMONG CHICKENS It lty tiilliiln tlic ArritiiKiiiimtt rn wnt Here Illustrated - Tunc fol Wnrx it comes to tulklntrof this countrys erops tlichiilr eaittiig barber unques lionably btuiuln at the hciubPbiludclphlu Harpers ltazar Â¬ TflADE critvntiMt cniioor the floor - liefore laying the planks for the lat- Â¬ ter both sides of the joists and the space to the gutter should be filled rounding full of earth so that each plank when laid will have to be pounded to settle it into the earth so that it will rest firmly upon the sup- Â¬ ports at each end This will gve a water tight floor and gutter and they will The gutter is eight- Â¬ een inches broad three deep in the frouts and two at the back and will be found much more satisfactory than a narrow one six inches deep which gives a cow a wrench every time she may step into it H is also much more convenient to clean For cleaning the stable- we use a loutr handled scoop andgenorally load tlw manure directly from the stable on the wagon or sleigh and draw and spread it either on meadow or land to be nlanted to corn pe following spring The feedinir alley with the exception lated last much longer than if air circu Â¬ underneath - Tiumi is alwavs room at tho top espe- Â¬ in company with a hen cially lor I he largest strawberries Iu llio are pretty sure to grow continually box Iiiiltiuidio Amoricaiu smaller in numbers not only from thu A man in New Jersey lighted n cipnr com casualties mentioned but from others menced smoking it and then shot himself that are continually appearing The The brand of tho cigar Is not stated carethutis thus made necessary is a Tin spider probably thinks that tho beo very considerable part of that which is Is wasting lime in making houcy Hams given to the chicks altogether and is Uoru moreover a care that is not necessary DTih cabbage crop Is about tho only thing Ciood management is as profitable here a farmer can ral o to get a headUlug- as elsewhere and one piece of such Iiauiton ucpiiuucun good management is to have such an A novs Idea of liberty is to eat tho cake arrangement as is shown in the accom Â¬ 3tul nsU his mother attorward If h may panying illustration w here the chickens buvo it can have a chance to scratch at will in the earth but are at all times safe from It has been usually regarded aR a foolish waste of- time to count the chickeus before they are hatched though with the modern methodsol testing eggs during incubation such counting has become a practical part of successful poultry raising But the count irtg of chicken after they urq hatched two or three times a day o see if oats rats or hawks have deci Â¬ mated the brood and if so to what extent is certainly very unsatisfactory Chickens allowed to run about work Â¬ ter git waml Svmu wot you keep such a roarin flab Uody kaltit pit closo tiuir to do stove JPSyif8 Xroe I was troulilcd from childhood with nn air bottles ol Tetter nnd thrco curcinioucrmnnetitly Sfe ri wr bwwt AkT MARK Ww fVTTTti The ftronwft slid fiurftt Lyq mime Liiae other LyeltbelnK irt tine pow ner aim nacKCti in a can with reuiovivtilo llotho contents Will are nlunjB ready for s innUt-- the bet inirfutned Ilnra vjlH Soup in JMniliiiites uithout loll ino It U Hip bml for Cleansing wuv U plptri disinfecting sinks closets wiiMhlnif tHittles ptilnts rvfraSStlS trees etc PENNA SALT IAT CO L 1owkimi Axn iiurunK PATRNTKtl 98LYl fl fcTAilt TUM til Ulj in Mutii file l T rmiliiifliifT Oar book on Wood nnd Pkin Plfcacei innllcd 25 CENTS Tun man who puts heart in his work will always havo work to put heart in Kuuis Horn Tiuitn is alwajs a baud of wclcomo ready to be ottered to tho sirungo umbrella Pittsburgh Press Tnn only way it pas n pctpon to bo his own lnwyur is to keep Ids own counsoL Philadelphia Times BvuTBrixuoCoAtlauUaa at will een Â¬ My niece Eineline Hawlcj was takeu with spitting blood and she became very much alarmed fearing Â¬ German Syrup GUITARS Sold b MfiWsMl Dooksollers Sent postpaid by 5 HOUGHTON CO MIFFLIN 4 Park Streot BOSTON MASS that dreaded disease Consumption Rnlih Mr CflucrtuirAiv She tried nearly all kinds of mediarlei illlli biclr Aiinfliih nflik inthu All tli cine but nothing did her any good toll un1f out iKtitrnittnlrf 100 of om- itui mMiiinm tt oral lUr mil vuUtUfytat 0n Finally she took German Syrup and tilf hi iiainrliitnil tniiinJ ilKrillittklilfklilitu she told me it did her more good LYON 4HEALY 04 Monhcc St CHICAGO than anything she ever tried It stopped the blood gave her strength Through PULLMAN VottibuledLEEPERS OETWEEN VIA AND and case and a good appetite I ST louis and had it from her own lips Mrs DENVER Mary A Stacey Trumbull Conn CHEYENNE Honor to German Srup OOOEN and ll An Ik i0 o viittlt Oultir from TMC MAHOUtTTC t aritr nl raniote TMCLAKCtlDr ahd MANDOLINS tlp0upwmM lHai iltllmtroro THC AftlON - W a tromrii fniutirn hwlios wide in front of the cows for feedinir irrain Is Wevated about four or five inches Jigyu ivi -- tfRUMELY6 TRACTION AND PORTABLE Salt Lake City TllltOtOU tAlt MM tittnrca the oIkitp xi nt and wiilf tlm TKII In III Itouri Lzrurklnn lUtronoirln flTrrt from all nulult v uut tins vxvirnn to jvanu l Tlili the OMiT NGINES ik tr copyright leqi The shadows fill your life if youre a fecblo that suffering woman can be taken out Tho chronio weaknesses of it functional derangements and pain- Â¬ ful disorders peculiar to your sex Tho ouo can bo taken away unfailing remedy for them is Dr I ere I to Imild again I would have barn six wulni so s to five be hind each row of cows space for driving aone horse cart for clearin g to whether the cows should face each other or stand with their backs to each other 1 think cows are Social and Joy standing ace to face Charles each in liurjil Xew Yorker my is - - -- ft HtOTKCTION KOR CHICKKXB Nr Threshers and Horse Powers Write for IlluMrntiOCntakEiM inalUsl Vtto LA PORTE IND- M RUMELY CO iim j M tAMi tiii r r FOLKS REDUCED Km iiiiiki lrorraoihbrlirtulhcrbl ta m ii Nt m I ffi lrcrrnl IfI n it mt Mil TtoitanrlnannlniMiittpntrrinf 0rm lllll iuhtlJhHl I I can be moved occasionally to fresh ground and if not overcrowded the broods can be thus kept confined until the chickens are large enough to take Webb very good care of themselves Country Oontleman Donitell in irown on Thro Airn Â¬ A Massachusetts man raised Inst sea 10 latu us RO many iriw no careless in son on less than three acres of land ns olng nwd dressing muttons for mar follows Fifteen bushels of green peas Athene will be a pcejudico against one of white beans ten of potatoes Button eight of popcorn ears nuy oi rcuonions seventjSheep will thrive befUr with a var-- beet twenty fiveJOOof sugar pumpkins of feed In the pasture as well as tfvc of carrots rnn ry seed aim a pasmre seeueci 1000 uintersquashes 1000 horse radish a varleitr nt imiLvnc will trvn the roots Mty ikwen ears of sweet corn -ia J J000 cabbages Lx bushels of parsnips sunflowers ono Jhehr U no remedy against sheep large quantities of ng dogs as afo as that of penuing bushel of Uochester rose potatoes from Hesays ho believes -- ep clows to the house every uljjnt one pound of txed from a sraull farm aT be Kflnin Irmililn lml In MintlV there is big living ties it will nmvn rrnnil nnnniiil properly managed- 6 Whole ormvth nf the industry of whether it Ih best to sell sheep Aft P lllisbanilrv lc iniwlonl nn the early to the wool on or luter with with a and vt r i it fnl olT can only be determined by therefore tlmf tint lwlfmnstor the wool the prices dd never let up in bis efforts to uisease in his flock An ounce At no time and with ito class of stock ruventlve is worth many pouuds of is it a good plan to wean ioo fMcniyi -i- ve imtko the clianjro jrradually btock Indicator SHEEP SHEARINGS y is lamentable but nevertheless that dog havti more friends non the Texas legislators than sheep cheap pasturage western farrn wrht to be ulte to readily com- t Uh the easterai farmer in raising Strips of board ten or twelve feet long are joined at the corners and the top strung with wire netting A small opening on one side connects with the coop which should have a hinged cover A small door in one of the side strips gives opportunity to feed and water thu inmates Such an inclosure accident LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES nnd Solid Jn Pneumatic Cushion Dipd Fcrc Tires Dirrond Ffimt Par Ladles and Cants Six atvlaa TublncAdiuiUbl Bill Biinnci to til running Including Pfdili Suipnnon SddU 6tl nit Etl pull 1 ZCSt Blfjflc Strictly HIGH GRADE in fReSil 0 UkK JOHN P LOVELL ARM S OO rflfrs rUorn- - locue ttt1 In stampi for onTlOO or uang pifro lltnitratf Tcita miifi KoTQirtri hpertmx ueoai ftc Every Partioular 147 Withbgion SI BOSTON MASS Ji Pierces Favorite Prescription 1 tho blood dispels aches and pains melancholy and nervousness brings refreshing sleep and restores health and strength For periodical pains internal lnuammaiiou ami ulcera Â¬ tion weak back lcucorrhea and all kindred ailments its a positivo spe- Â¬ cific ono that is guaranteed If it fails to give satisfaction in any case tho money paid for it js re- Â¬ It corrects cures and builds you up It improves digestion enriches THE POT INSULTED THfe KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED turned Tho great griping old fashioned Dr Pierces pills mako trouble Pel lots prevent it Theira Pleasant Sick Ileadacho is tho natural way Biliousness Constipation Indiges- Â¬ tion and all derangements of tho Liver Stomach and Bowels aro pre- Â¬ Small- Â¬ vented relieved and cured est Cheapest easiest to take GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN SAPOLIO GANGER CamtinnllTfi anil dimiiiIh U A IT Â¬ I AIh raaibonlduid IliotCuro for Conkuinpllnn It hat cured who hav wrak lunirmr umt M vtit fniioriitnT DCUClnilC tillllrrJtilUAblnl Wtvotvr rCrlwIUIla ntutt styt rcprlcnecIvfri a ATMAMB THU AND TUMOllH CnHI3 a knlfai IlooK t Ur ORATiaor it Nokhw 14 Kim HI ClB4rfBHI0 thoHinntfa It nai not Injured ono It li not bart to take OHICK mlMf 12 A WH Wtkf IhH - H C ChttotAll O fmvfil coiicouiaifrup itutueVTBrrwovrn sae Bom A N IC 1401 KHUN WKITINU TO ABVEKTISEKS VUL tat tkat 70a aw Dun AdvtrtUwMt Ut MA lltra et the Flood MpfiMouri alitor gave vent bgof - to his felftgii daring the recent flood hh fol 16wii For fmly days and nights wo have BceSUie tiersplratton ooe out from the cleidiT Had itod under the wldo open iienveiis reeervolr We are BlosHwJftOftlcing seasick and soggy Wo have grown fins and feol like we could bite a hook We aro web footed and if wo found a secluded spot in the high grass wo would make a nest Ah we sit astraddle the eft i ft n fey writing wo hear tho subdued laugh of the catfish down in the second story as they look over tho files and noto our meagre advertising Away to tho east whore patronage the yellow waves clasp their hands to gether our job press is catching at straws Our imposing stones floated away yesterday Pcoplo aro floating into the oflico on panels of barbed wiro fence and screen doors A fellow who was riding bis frontgsto just drifted by and left us tho following Â¬ Farmer Mursh and tlm Tariff Hero is another illustration of the op Â¬ erations of our unique tariff law sayH tho Boston Herald Mr Marsh owns ami oc cupies it farm which is partly in Ver- Â¬ mont and partly In Canada His pasture is on tho Canadian side while his born is on the Vermont Hide Somo timo ago Farmer Marsh bought ten horses iu Can nda and brought them over tho lino to his Vermont farm paying tho regular tariffduty on tho animals Subsequent Â¬ ly he turned them out into his pasture and as they strayed across the line while browsing Farmer Marsh was culled upon to pay a new duty of 30 per head when ho undertook to bring tho animals back to his barn Tho Board of General ApÂ¬ praisers having been appealed to by Farmer Marsh that solemn body nfllrms tho decision of tho collector who will continuo to keep an oyo on Farmer 100 every time Mnrsh and assess him he brings his horses in from the pasture Â¬ HLANDPARKSTALLI0NSXQRi892 BERMUDA 5874 Â¬ Shall we meet beyond the river Where tke dust in said to fly Cant I climb a little sunbeam And allow my locks to dry ThAt flood Medicine A OunrHntd Uuinedy D Cone attorney of Parker South Dakota aays I take pleasuro in saying to tho public aa I havo to my frienda and acquaintances for the last five years that I consider Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy tho best medicino for tho purposes it is intended that I ever tried Since I have used it I would not bo without it I was always subject to cholera morbus and novor found anything elso that gives tho relief that this remedy docs I never leave homo witboui taking it with me and on many occasions havo ran with it to tho relief of como sufferer and have never known it to fail My children al Â¬ Mr 0 Megrimine tho only permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho puin In from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For salo on positive guarantee at The Herald office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box rrosptict The negro had nt least the prospect of a quiet old age and a peaceful death before him The white slave of today sees looming up before his eyes visions of a He sees a poorhouse different character and tho potters field in the vista of the future with tho spital and tho jail as His life is a halfway houses between trouble to keep his earnings constant above the starvation point and the pros- Â¬ pect before him and those dependent upon him is as bleak and hopeless as the A Dmitry Â¬ joyless past Chicago Globe ways call for that good medicine when In another column of this paper will they havo a pain in tho stomach or be found an advertisement of a medicine bowels For sale by Rose Jones known as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarroca Remedy for salo by Rose Froiea la Hwalterlng Weather Miss Lena WiUcrmann tho village Jones of this place In almost every belle at Grovo City Ohio narrowly es- Â¬ neighborhood throughout the west there caped ft most peculiar death last week nre some one or more persons whose lives It is Sho had been suffering greatly with the have been saved by this remedy heat and conceived a novel plan to cool natural for such persons to take especial off Unlocking her fathers refrigorator pleasure in recommending the remedy to sho went in and tightly closed the door others Tho praise that follows its in- Â¬ after her The young lady was perspir- Â¬ troduction and use makes it immensely ing when sho entered tho refrigerator popular While it is intended especially but experienced a lightning change for for colic cholera morbus dysentery and tho atmosphere inside was 50 lower than diarrhoea It Is also claimed to cure chron- Â¬ that without Tho effect on her circula- Â¬ ic diarrhoea If such be the case it is tion and respiration waa instantaneous certainly a Godsend to many a poor She fell uncoacious to the floor before mortal sho could leave the ice chest which came A Ilrllllunt Young Mn near boing her tomb for it was somo We very much regret to learn that time before her prostrate form was dis Â¬ Hon Joe M Kendalls health is such covered Two physicans were summon- Â¬ that bia physicians advise hhn not to ed and It was with proa U minify tbaf make tho race for re election He is they saved her life Itwas necessary to ono of tho most brilliant young men in perform tin operation bVorp she was out the State and having only filled out the of danger Tho pain of sucHanexperi unexpired time of Ins fathers term ho enco is said to bo tho most agonizing has hardly had an opportunity to show thing a porson can suffer and yet live his talents to advantage Tho Tenth Congressional district will hardly be able Chamberlains Kjro and Skin Ointment to find a better man for tho position A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes as she is in Congressional timber of Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old rich Lexington Observer good dimensions Chronic Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles The following clipped from the BurIt is cooling and soothing Hundreds of lington Junction Mo Post contains cases havo beon cured by It after all othet information of no little value to persous treatment had failed It is put up in 25 troubled with indigestion and CO cent boxes For salo by Rose 11 For some years tho elltor of tho Post Jones has been subject to crump colic or fits of octOyl indigestion that prostrated him for several Restriction of Trade In Unnatural hours and unfitted him for business for two Free trade is not an institution pecu- Â¬ u year ago liar to any country It is a national or three days afterward About we called on 8 J Butcher druggist and rightan institution established by di- Â¬ asked for something to ward off an attack vinity when ho created all men freo and that was already making life hideous Mr equal Restriction ef this God given Butcher handed us a bottle of Chamber right can not be for tho greatest good to lains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhwu Remedy tho greatest number They are to bo fWe took tho medicine according to direc countonaBcedaa the best means in tions and not only found relief on that oc somo oases of raising funds for govern- Â¬ casion but have several times since tried mental purposesand tho day is not far its virtues and found relief in every in stance Wo take this method of acknowl distant when tho schomo of restricting edging the euro to ull others subject to infreedom of trade for tho bonefit of favor digestion ed classes or industries will bo genorally For sale by Rose Jones recognised not only as being It Suits Cnrnegle but as being a moral wrong Des Carnegie for example with his forty Moines Leader millions and his baronial hall in ScotNebraska Kcho land has beon benefitted by high taxes G D Bennett cashier of tho Savings but Ids workmen have hud to strugglo to Bank at Tecumseh write I havo efÂ¬ get wages enough to keep tho wolf from fectually removed two bad bog spavins tho door and his caso is not uu isolated with two applications each of Quinna one though perhaps it is ono of the most OintniQnt This renedy has the en Â¬ couspicuous Wo would expect him to dorsement of tho best breodora iu Ken- Â¬ be a high tax man Seattle Wash tucky Sold by Rose Jones Telegram Saw the Heeds of Oemoornoy Ayors Ague Cure break up chills Now lot the seeds of Democracy be and fever expels malarial poison from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two year eld rec Yearling exhibition ord LVJDjf three year old record 224 Yt tldrd heat fourvenr old record 222 Truro pacer 222 W IjiiIv M 223 Rou live year old record 2i20M fourth heal Mix year old trial 217 tine 223K Hrooksiiie Flora 2211 and the Hluck horse dams of Thornless 218K Cveloue 223 188 Hred at hand high foaled June Oriinby 225 Graceful 225 and Ham Ashlund Park letla 229 SIKEPNY IIANKKH4141 Own brother to Lysander sire of Lysander Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 221 Cap tain Clay Driftwood and gnindiim of Hov220X Watt 2243 William Kearney Marlowe pacer 215 bv Cuuudn Chief 22iW and Lvsandcr Chief 10 111 sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe First Dam Puttie Iatclien trial 2i8grandam Hooker siro Maud Maeev 217 by Mumhrino c of Cliesuut Wilks 22 lntclien sire of the dam of Guy Wilkes Third dam the dam of SolV that produced Hlanehe 221 by Imp Yorkshire sire of 216f Astral 2 18 Itosa Wilkes 218K the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlack Oleum 218 tf Hourl 217 Elvira 218 Cloud 217 and twenty nine others it the 2110 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Hlnod Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 ten miles in 2808 Hawk sire of the dam of Almout 217M The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the and Aley Wilkes 22ll Third dam Pattiw bv Downings Vermont reach of all and lower than that of any sire of the dam of Enigma 220 Mambriuo horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season WH or 200 TO INSURE Hruce 240J sire of Kit Curry 218K5 Dell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont siro of Jo uiii r Hoy 2 -- it and sire of the dams of Nellv Abel 221K Col Urudsliaw 220 CLOUD 5195 L 223 Gambetta 221 The King 22iij Out of the dam of Hlack Cloud 217 Outlaw 22Ki lcarl 230 his sire out of the dum of Wilson 210 Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas JetFersnn Hav horse fouled March 31 1881 Hred at lie is a beautiful black with right hind Ashland Park ankle white stands Ki hand high and in a perfect horse all over having both done and SIRED HY ABDALLAH WEST 2583 substance combined with the form and finish Sire of Wilkin 227 charneteristiu of the cross he so well repre First dam tho dam of Hlack Cloud 217 sents viz Hambletoniau sire and Mambriuo by Pilot Walker pacer Patchcn dam This cross stands as the very Second dam the Cluke Pacing Mare best because public performances have de Abdullah West 2583 by Allie West monstrated its value Of its many repre- Notk dam first Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210 sentatives not one is the superior of Hermu by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by da tor not one has demonstrated the same American Clay third dam brought from ability to train on from year to year begin Ohio and represented to be by Browns ning with the yearling form None are bet Hellfounder Abdullah West died at six ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising As a sire his success is assured as out of colt I ever bred eight his first crop two entered the list last West Cloud is n rich muhogunv bnv 15 year as two year oldsuamely Iiennuda Hoy hands 2 inches witli black mane and tail mUe track and Rosemary 225 22httlf Hoy being one of the largrst win- and black legs extending above knees and Bermuda ning two year olds of 18M his first oolts be hocks He is u powerfully built horse for Judged jit this age no his height and has the most finished set of ing foaled iu 188 stallion ever sired more uniform natural leetanI legs it is possible to get on a horse He of any breed As u two year old he gave gaited colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 182 at 200 evidence of being possessed of remarkable TO INSUHE the money to be paid as fol sppcuttB witi little handing he trotted u his work mJ inlI8 l nnd mie 100 at the time of service and tho lows w ui- mm in iv other 100 when the mure proves in foal Pur iruiucu owing 10 a very severe attack ot being limited to thirty outsidejnnres pink eye Jie also lies wishing to breed to him hud better book as u four year old did no work on thv track As a five year old he was their mures early jogged and trained lightly more for the pur pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re covered than with u viow testing his 2036 speed In a few months heottrotted a full mile in 238 and half in 115 The season Exhibition trial Oct 9 1886 223 K- Hay horse If hands 3 inches high foaled 1800 he served a few mares of my own May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his and was not put to work until September great sire and the handsomest of any trot- and his improvement was most remurkuble ting bred in the United States He reneutedly trotted halves in 110 and I urn fully convinced he will with u seasons SI11KD BY SEOHGE WILKES 222 Sire of Harry Wilkes 213M Guy Wilkes training trot in 220 I will let him serve Wilson tweaty mures season of 1892 outside of ten Mike Wilkes pacer 215 215 of my own at 50 INSURANCE Money 2lu So so 2lK Wilcox pacer 210 Joe due when mare proves to be in foal Rosa Wilkts 218K Wilton 211 1 Tom Rimer 220 o First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two vear Hay Stulllon foaled May 1881 bred old Hamlet stnkesjiu 1875 bv Hamlet sire Ashland Park of Lorettu F 218 A V iliutliud 220 SIRED HY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 1 Â¬ Hunker2lf Flora Wilkes pacer 210 HAPPY WEST fiku fVcy C 220 Norman Hum Medlim Harry Medium 1 4 M irl S nkK Mi MJrk ttildifciji 220 Canille 220 Â¬ first Hrigadier 22lK Edith 222K First Uve 222 Multruvers 222 Ac liQ K nM S mL dam Mamie West dam of C lltitei three veurold record 235 Adeliiirsigi 2 est Hunk 237 three years old K Allie West 745 sire of fewett 214 4CJ f ley Frlel 210 1 4 Frank CI p 2 i n WEST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I jua - Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES Â¬ Â¬ lord Mambriuo 221 K and Tour others His sons sired London 220 Pancoast 221ji sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 otli- ers His daughters produced Piedmont 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 212 Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of dams of Commodore Helmontsire of Doneaster 228 1 4 Hera- rie Helle 223 niutii 2 28KC and Mambriineilosireof Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hntton 225 Ac Fifth dam by Copperbottom grandsire M dam of Rosalind 221 i and Donald 227 Notk Happy West is a ricli iiuihogHiiv bay 10 hands 2 iiches high and a home of elegant style with us good action as nnj son Happy Medium ever sired as at two years old he could trot in 240 and would nave trotted in Z3U at three years old had It nui been for an accident on the cars ly uliiiOi one of his hind leus was iiiiumf euusing him to have to be thrown out of training In this horse I have the utraort confidence as a great sire being by Happy nciiMiin one oi me most noted ot the son of Hambletoniau und out of a daughter of the great Allie West the second dum is the dam of Miss Mabel and Rapidau who is her first colt produced Lockhurt with a record of 214 It is my intention tostund Happy West the season ot 18P2 nt 50 INSURANT1 thus uflording uu opportunity to farmers and breeders to secure the services of one of the greatest speed producing representative in the country at u nominal price us he will be limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed to him should apply early No other son of the great Happy Medium out of us good a dum stands at such a low figure but Inm determined to let the public test his meritsi us u sire believing iu the near future he will be among the best in the country r- Tf lm Mr8 Lady Thorn 21 Mambrlm ClueflIsireof anlP- Wilkes 222 4 Raven 220 M Wei Wilkes 228 I 4 Ac Second dam Madam Head lev dam of MH Mabel winner two year old Kentuckr Hreeders Stake 1881 and Rapidunlaia of Lockhiirt 214tf by Stanhopes Edwin torrest 851 sire of Harrv Stanhope 231 son of Edwin Forrest 40sire of Billv Hot kins 220 1 4 Champagne 230 ami the dams of So So 217 1 4 duin of AISft 220 Mambriuo Dudley 2U London Ac 220 -- unariey vt esi -- 7iC Ruche H 2 2H HrenmB of1 Mollle Wilkes Allle aJ Wood- - Mures bred by the season not proving in foal huve the usuul privileges of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and have for sule high bred colts and till es out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sdres than uny farm in the laud Foe sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor- - TapucutiVn MurTkepatregSarutM B J TREAQY Ashland Park Farmf Uxington Ky Do Business With a Horns Institution THE CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazkl Grkkn Ivy May 10 1892 To the Trade of Eastern Kentuoky Contiguous to Hazel Green GREEN HUFFAKER CO Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 FRANK B RUSSELL Cashier President Kentucky hus better No Bank in Eastern vaults nor better facilities for keeping your uccount Managed entirely by home people who know you und who ure ulways ready to accommodate you SlTMoiiey to loan on reasonable rates Lull on us i j J HS8B FfeysielaaB 8XDAM8VULK We have this day completed arrangements with the above named firni and will handle their goods in large quantities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we are propared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxvflle Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a trial Respectfully c J JB DAY CO Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green Ky Â¬ J Hamilton Co Ohio June 1839 One bottle ot Pastor Koonlua Nervo Tonio eared iu entirely after pliyau iaus bad tried simuocoasfully for 8 mouths to relieve me of nervous debility W tlUENNEFKIJ UNIONVIUTK Mo H PIERATT and Sale1 Stable 3t irIoiible nnd Single Rigs nnd Saddle Horses for hire lurties convey ed to any point on reason able terms RH MIYAN WITH Canldat Cure X Livery Feed HAZEL GREEN KY PEARSONVJLARK WHOLESALE Â¬ good I eas sincerely aay that Pastor KoouJga Nerve Tonic baa aeted wonderful siuoo my boy com menoed to uae it be bae not had tho slightest Tl will also attend to nil calls for auc symptoms ot fits ami la getting stout and hearty every one ia Bunriatxl at the rosult be tioneering and holieit business of this kind Respectfully c cause 1 bad bought olynt botCIes of medicines from Kow York at WoO nor bottle which did no JOHN H PIKUATT Â¬ January 1891 tsH Ol WS m sr 12 Â¬ 14 it Zr St a mi in1 KY 7 W WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON Â¬ DKNN1B WALSH Kansas Crrr Mo Oct 8 W Used Pastor Koenuta Nerve Tonio for uerv ousneas and general debility and waa greatly benefited by same B had ItHUB the desired effect UEO K LOUIS STIX WIIOIKHAIK DKAtKUH CO IS TABLtHSDII C ailN A Valuable Book a Nerroua Disease sent free to aay address and poor patients can alio obtain I leafca tali medicine rree or charge This remedy hai bean prepared bjrthe Reverend Koeulff ot Fort Wyne Ind Pnor prepared under nladirecUon since w ana la now brthe BIIRKFYFrlLfr 0INTMEMT riir l Dry Goods Third ltacu and Union Sts CINCINNATI O We carry thegoods that will suit vour trade and our prices are TIIK LOWKSf Special attention to mail orders KOENIO MED CO Chicago III SeMbrDTHffYista at Vlpe Bottle 6fb Lore ttUi aUTO notions c CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A 6UtUsfbr9 HB MAUPIN WITH known for IS years as tho BEST CO SURE and CERTAIN CURE PrprJfcyHICII WtDJOMV ATI OR REMEDY FOR UKH PILES StWCIS WITH D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES c CATLETTSBUHG KY fe6ly DINGFELDEK WITH il PHILLIPS CO J Â¬ M 110BINS0N Importers and Jobbers of W 1U1 KERR joniiKns CO disseminated throughout the entire the system and restores health War Â¬ country Democratlo doctrines are truths ranted to cure that can neither be mot by argument uor Protecting-- Ills Friends denied They are living truths which The seizure of sealing vessels iu Bear Â¬ must prevail if this government is to bo ing sea has begun again Tho ground perpetuated Cleveland Plain Dealer floor rights of Mr Stovo Elklns seal Ayera Sarsaparllla is recommended by skinning friends must be protected at all physicians aa the only sure blood purifier hazards St Louis Republic MR9 IOU DAY Proprietress DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Tins bouse has been recently rcllttcd and refurnished ami the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Hates Nos 537 639 and 041 x reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage is r West Main Street respectfully solicited nOly Â¬ AY HOUSE Hazkl Greek Ky is Â¬ Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA EVAP PLOWS COOKS MILLS ORATORS CHAMPION KEAPLRS AND MOWERS STODDARD AND APXIK HAVnnWS Xn At DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 and 112 SrcoNn Stkekt I RONTON O I tho you ONT D get forgotwriting fact that this can best paper at tho LOUISVILLE KY oflico Job printing cheap nt this office