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SPENCER COOPER Ownor Hazel Green and Editor Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring nt His Bnok 100 5 1802 A YEAR Always In Advance OUTll YEAH wmniiFmmiLuimawwWWT UAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUXTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST NUMBER 20 and tho Senators spouted away just as tho session had just began niul tho weather wna perfectly comfortable Somttor Aldrich opened ball with a long speech and an nblo tho one too in favor of protection ami pointing out tho decrease iu tho cost of living as shown by tho report of tho committee which ho said had in ado its investigation freo from partisanship and tho greater earnings of Americans as compared with Europeans Senator Vest was tho next to mako u sot speech His speech consisted of a general attack on tho protective system rather than an answer to Senator Aldrichs ftatemonts Senator Carlislo having announced his intention to reply to so much of it as referred to tho investigation by tho committee of which ho was n member Tho feature of Mr Vests speech that attracted tho most attontion was his as Â¬ sertion that under tho protective system agricultural lauds had steadily decreased iu value an assertion which was denied so far as it concerned their States by a number of Republican Senators includ- Â¬ ing tho two Republicans who voted against tho Mclvinlcy bill in tho Senato Paddock of Nebraska and Pottlgrow of North Dakota Tho other Senators taking more or less prominent parts in tho discussion wcro Allison Palmer Halo and Davis Senator Cameron finding that ho could not defeat or hang up tho nomination of Mr Shiras of Pennsylvania to bo Associate Justice of tho Supremo court withdrew his opposition and allowed tho nomination to be unanimously confirmed by tho Senato President Harrisons nomination of A H Hepburn who has boon National bank examiner at New York city for sovcral years to bo Comptroller of tho Currency in place of Mr Lacoy who in becoming president of a National bank has follow ed closo iu tho footsteps of sovcral other comptrollers was not altogether satisfac- Â¬ tory to any ono but Mr Hepburns per- Â¬ sonal friends not becauso of anything known against that gentleman but be- Â¬ cause tho peculiar circumstances sur- Â¬ rounding tho examinations of several of tho big National banks of Philadelphia and Doston which failed a year or so ago a Congressional committco is now investigating their failures had caused conservative people to think that a change in tho tnothod of examination would provo advantageous and they know that such a chango is not likely to bo inado by one of tho old forco of ex- Â¬ The Greatest Effort OF rrr -- ttttt09Ctt POLITICS IN GEORGIA The DiMuocrntW lor HBVSR EQVMSD IN THE HistoryofLexington Louis Gus Straus DPiGCMl Thin 5h not a Every Department Overflowing toils utmost capacity penny sale of ntiy kind but good honest values and qualities catch at fair prices During the coining week we will display full lines of Mens and B7ys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty years standing in Lcxim lon We have never failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That wc will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 TAILORING DEPARTMENTS Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists Come and make your selections early OUR MERCHANT This issue is muddled and mingled up in our politics that I am afraid many good and true Democrats myself among this number dont sco it in its truo meaning I have a silver certificate or hank bill which reads This certifies that there have been deposited in the United States Treasury five silver dollars payable to the bearer on demand and my under standing is that men take these silver bills at the same rate of grains in their silver ores or bullion as is in the silver coined dollars that is that there is when coined just as much and no more nor no less silver grain in the five dollars of bullion rcprc cnting the five dollar bill as there is in the five dollars in the United States Treasury which the bill entitles me to on demand If this is the correct view and I so understand it to be where is the sense of our demanding more or free coinage when in fact our silver certificates already in free circulation represents every dollar of silver ore or bullion that it could or would represent if it was all coined and it certainly is more desirable in circulation as paper than would be silver coined dollars Silver miners and kings and their henchmen want our government to make these silver treasury bills a legal tender the world over and are demanding this sort of legislation in order that they may mako fortunes and grow to be millionaires like other protected classes at the expense of the masses and we have been blindly following and are now following their leader although it would not make us one dollar more per capita in circula- Â¬ tion and would udd millions of dollars in taxes upon us to mako good the depreci- Â¬ ated value of silver in foreign lands Until we can get foreign countries to agree with us to maintain silver and gold on a parity it seems folly to demand free coinage when we now have our treasury vaults filled with more silver coined already than our government am Â¬ niir so mixed Tarty Their Only llopn their goods wo need for ours which thoy need and in consequence of this mean vicious and unchristian legislation Eu ropeans have developed wheat interests in India and cotton in South America and are trying to become independent of us If silver had resulted injuriously to our cotton and wheat interests from 187 to 1S77 there might be some reason in the argument that free coinage would help us farmers Wo will novor again have a prosperous agricultural class in America until our farmers North East South and West beeomo solidly united and lay aside all other issues for the one issue of tarill reform or freo trade Lets let all other issues slide and ecuro this one of vital interest now if wo can Clevelands election means death to the Force bill and protective tariff and means prosperity and happiness for all classes I wish the National Democratic party at Chicago had announced just what it did on tarill issues and in a few words opposed the Force bill and declared in favor of all reforms needful in half the lines uttered All true Democrats know that Democ Â¬ racy hasnt had the control of national legislation since 18G0 and is not responsible for existing legislation and they will not desert its cause now The Peoples party in this part of Georgia is sure of utter defeat in our next election Out of a membership in the here of about 0110 hundred or more there is not twenty and I almost said ten who will vote the Peoples party Â¬ Â¬ Sub-Allianc- ject for discussion e ticket Tho Peoples party leaders nro using the Alliance order for partisan and per Â¬ sonal ends here and in consequence the Of the Sub Alliances arc disbanding fivo miles of here Sub Alliances within not one of them has had a regular meet Â¬ Thus wo see a noble ing in six months and good organization being disintegrated These leadby designing demagogues ers are making a death struggle to preÂ¬ Â¬ vent their inevitable destruction this L C STRAUS fWWWWVVVVVVVVvrjjM LEADING CLOTlirERSand FIXE TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY JAY-EYE-S-EE t t fiilntrnn Jrnvn Inrm home Huclne Wis wiys Arter trying 2 of every known remedy I removed n larBO Bunch -from a 3 year old Ally of two ycurH standing of three applications with i- noc eoj Wi f - QUINNS OINTMENT I I A Ituadkmark lieiirtlfy recommend It to all Horsemen We have hundreds cf such IcttlmonlaU ho Price 81 50 per bottle AMc jour ilruBRUt for It If dow not kf Itm nd iic diumi ur nciii CO Whitehall N Y W IS V of S I tlat ho best preparation I have ever nsed or heard S I UM IIY - WM 3lX ft A JLMM JU USTTlft bywMmm - AT TIIIC English Kitchen No 12 W - m fi Meals 2r Cents finals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from a M Oys A M Dinner from 10 A M to 8 v M Supper from fi i M to i ft A M to 12 Uw Lamb FrieFish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from Short Street Lexington Ky l9 riK gnlnr IM CUS LUICART Proprietor 11 JOHN M KOSR 0 JONES IftOSJS lJrUO JOSJIGS IN- T iMPm nniPV UVXV KY ttorry a omnloto lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress ats Patent Modi- tyoda vJenty Clothing Hoots Shoos and sell FOR CAblT at prices Saddles Harness IfOOllS Un il fiAll u umu over ueioru setii in IT vol iviUMI Slvnntol as represented or money refunded 1 i- - J j11 1 y IflD UULj nninTTinirr rKIIM lllb I XBVriY CHEAPLY and promptly exe Vend your order CUTED AT THIS OFFICE fall but their doom ia fixed now and I get into circulation believe they sec it although to hear them Why should the country every few talk and speak and read their papers years spend thousands of dollars in they ignore this fact and declare thoy arc building new treasury vaults to hold sil- stronger now than they have ever been ver coined which we ret use to takeout S O H Erwin of Erwin On in Louon our silver bullion isville Home and Farm All over these United States our silver WASHINGTON LETTER dollars whether represented in coined Washington Inly 29 The House silver or silver bank bills pass in trade at fully 100 cents on the dollar and how by a vote of 118 to 107 decided in favor Fair appropriation but could it be any better if we had free of the World of the appropriation de coinage than it is A sensible man wont the opponents manufacture more goods than he knows clined to give in and moved for a reconhe can find a sale for and a well man sideration and then began fillibusteriug aged government ought not to be requir- to prevent a vote being taken on that It is claimed that about fifty ed to coin silver only on demand but motion ours is to give members of tho House have agreed to should be required as silver or silver paper money in exchange keep up the fillibusteriug until a majorfor all the silver bullion presented to it ity of the entire House shall vote for the appropriation or the Senate shall agree at its true value Silver is not the issue that is hurting to adjourn without its being passed A us farmers but it is leing used hy dema majority of the entire House will not gogues and corrupt designing protection vote for the appropriation because many advocates to divide distract and defeat of them are away and will not return Democracy and perpetuate the damning for that purpose and the Senate will curses bred ami fostered under a high not agree to adjourn until this appropriprotective tarill which is enslaving the ation is agreed to by the House The labor and the agricultural people and illibusters are binding very bravely but making vast fortunes for those protected it is not believed that they will have tho backbone to actually carry out their under this robber legislation threats and the prediction is made that I am not a defender of the dsmnniti 1878 and always have before this letter is in print thoy will station act of advocated tree coinage but I never have have weakened and tho appropriation been able to see how or why its demoni have been made There is no discount upon tho pull tizution in 1S78 1871 187ft 1875 and 1877 injuriously allected the price of the National banks have in the House cotton wheat etc I remember distinct Â¬ When a resolution calling upon the Sec- Â¬ ly that the price of these products retary of the Treasury for a statement of during this period of total demonitiza the amount of taxes paid by them to tion remained good and I also remember National State and Territorial govern in 1878 the year we parsed the act re ments and for other information which moueti ing silver coinage at the rate of had been referred to tho Ways and 2000000 per month I sold twenty odd Means committee but not reported back bales of cotton at seven cents per pound to the House was called up as a privi- Â¬ and that other products decreased in leged matter il was promptly laid on value and we have pa ed an additional the table by a vote of 101 to ol The Senate has passed a resolution act increasing silver coinage to lr00 authorizing tho committee on Territories Hut cotton and wheat both per month steadily have declined until no longer are to visit New Mexico Arizona Utah and Uiey found money making crops The Oklahoma during tho recess to person true cause which has depreciated the ally Investigate their condition As if it was not already hot enough price of these farm products is our prohibitory or protective tarill which pre with the thermometer at 100 in the vents European nations from exehaugingl shade the Senate a body which usually their manufactured products for ouri tiikcH things cool and easy resolved itpolitical debating society V raise more self into agricultural products with the report of Senator Alilnchs com farm products than our home markets j can cnmjumoninl our tarill laws prohibits mittee on the elltcts of tho tarill upon foreign people from a free exchange of earnings cost of living etc us the sub Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- aminers Tho new Canadian retaliation law has whetted the appetites of tho retaliation ists who now ask that tho Grand Trunk railroad be officially retaliated against becauso of discriminations in freight charges it make against Americans A Senate committee will investigate Moro Colonnto Wtmlth Tho mining excitement of Colorado seems to havo boon transferred from Creedo to Pitkin For some time won- Â¬ derfully rich strikes have been mado in tho latter camp especially iu the Hindoo and Tycoon mines and properties adjoin Â¬ ing The influx of miners and prospectors is wonderful and it is estimated that at least fi00 new men havo gono iu during the past month Among tho new com Â¬ panies located upon claims of considera Â¬ ble oxtont are sevorol from Hoston and Halifax Some of tho assays made from mineral sent down run as high as 1800 per ton Â¬ For curative effects ono bottle Ayers Sarsapurilla is worth three of any other name Knell Hliot to Kill Grant Sellers Deputy Sheriff of Pu Â¬ laski county on Thursday of last week attempted to arrest John Coffco 0 noto Â¬ rious character at Flat Rock twenty miles south of Somersot Cofleo saw Sellers first and drew his pistol and shot Sellers through the breast indicting what is thought to bo a fatal wound Sellers returned tho firo and probably fatally wounded Coffee Tho man who painted Repent Hud saved on Whitelaw Rcldrf front fence probably tendered his kindly ad vlco too Into Ho is in for it now on tho 8th of November Cin Enquirer Imj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 11 Â¬ Halls Hair Renower movents dan- druff and Hops tho hair from falling mw Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER PublUhor HASH K PROMISES lmv rxtrnrtn from Mr Dipowi Nomt niitliiK Speech HAZEL QREEN A J KY STRANGE ATTACHMENT R UtuiftUMl AflVrtlon Ilrtwrim niid u Yiiunic Ox Tot Iloor Four years ago Horace P Albright of Knob mountain caught a malt f iwn in tlio Compton wooda and petted it un- Â¬ til It followed him to his home more crop Hcforu starting in to harvest than two miles distant The little ani- Â¬ care should be taken to overhaul ina mal soon answered to the name of chlncry that has been used before und Dick and in a few weeks became very see that It is in good repair anil rcail much attached to ono of Albrights for work All bolts should hi i tt calves At first the calf was shy of the and If any have been lost new ones fawn but Dick chased it around the should bo put In their place The work pasture cornered it up and licked it on ing parts should be thoroughly cleaned tho head until it became fond of him up mid well oiled so that thev will work and after that they wcro almost con Â¬ smoothly it Is always good economv stantly together Dick didnt pay the to use good oil and plenty of it at tlie slightest attention to tho other calves same time takiugcare not to use an ex on tho place and during tho summer c s as too much in many cases isncarW and fall Dick and tho calf fed and aiad a not onough playod together in S i far as possible avoid leaving tho llelds ma REPUBLICAN SITUATION and woods near When by ehiucry standing out in the hot sun tho cattle wcro yarded in the when not in use One of the best winter Dick stuck close to the calf and ing investments on the farm is n tL lay down in tho straw with It and if shed under which machinery that fa any of tho other animals came near used more or less through the season his chosen companion while thev were can be kept when not needed in tho resting under the shed Oleic would field bristla up and drive them away The Tlie failure to give proper care to hr W tf3 calf grew to be a steer and a year ago the machinery needed to carry on the CItOsS SIX HON OP lIltlliOlXlltAI TKD work cotts last winter Mr Albright began to work the farmers a good deal of TltKKS him with a mate lie wasdriven on the money that could readily be saved A off side and Dick walked by him when inches wide around the tree It nut few days exposure to a hot sua lj ever tho team was at work He licked out a sickly yellow foliage and lived nearly or quite as Injurious as one or tho steer on tho head and neck and the through the summer The next spring two hard storms and in many eases it steer did tho same thing to him If noticing that nature was making a des would save time to bring it to tho uiclc Happened to wander away in the perate effort to save Its life and moved house and store under shelter rather woods to browse while Mr Albright by a feeling akin to pity I concluded than let it stund out as more or less was lagging tho steer would low for to lend a hand to help her and try an time is required to adjust It properly him as a cow does for her calf and experiment in tree surgery Accordiug In a majority of cases machinery will Dick would come bounding and Incitin April selected some thrifty scions prove cheaper than hand labor nnd ing through tho brush and he and die from another tree and stuck them in can readily be made to pay a good steer would lick each other as the ground in a shady place to keep profit on its cuit provided of coarse it though they had been separated inein alive but dormant till the bark is eared for so that it can be made to all day Dick never noticed would peel About June bridged do what should reasonably be expected tho other steer in the least over the darkless portion of the trunk of it In harvesting and haying es and when Mr Albright began to stable with nine scions In doing this the pccially machinery is necessary when the steers Dick made such a fuss over dead bark was cut away and an incis Â¬ it is important to push the work as being kept out of tho barn that Mr Aion made above and another below the much as possible taking all reasonable lbright enlarged tho oil ones stall so girdle about an inch long in the live advantages to save time It is very that Dick could lie with his companion bark which was carefully loosened often the case that machinery is dam at night Tho atVcction of the buck aged more by want of proper care than with the knife and steer was never lessened in the It costs less to buy machin The scions were bow shaped and cut by using slightest in fact it became stronger slanting so that their cut surfaces ery in good working condition as loug right along and Mr Albright allowed were in line to fit the tree I pushed as it is worth repairing than to use as them to bo together the year round the butt end of this scion into the lower long as possible without any work and A few weeks ago while Mr Albright cut in the bark and then bent it till the then be at the expense of giving a was drawing a load of logs down the point slipped into the corresponding thorough overhauling saying nothing of the increased risk of a breakdown mountain tho oil steer lay down in the at a time that a consiilcrndii lnt road and began to groan and froth at would be occasioned the mouth Mr Albright immediately It rarely pays to manage machinery on the make shift unyoked him and tried to get him to plan it should either be kept in good stand up Dick was walking by his workiug condition or bo discarded for sldo when ho lay down and the mo something that is worth keeping in ment tho steer began to groan and roll good repair St Louis Republic tho buck got down on his knees licked the steers face bleated mournfully and HANDY POULTRY HOUSE showed remarkable sympathy for the suffering brute Tho steer grew Iti Dcslnor lias UmmI It with Siicrrss for worse Souk Tunc and in a few V minutes r stretched The accompanying sketch shows a out on his side and died laying bouse which 1 have been using Tho buck continued to moan s with success for some time It can bo and lick tho steers head and Mr AV- The workingman is ready to throw off tho crushing load of taxation while lbright left him there drove the other made of any size ami for any cost 3ou atccr to the foot of the hill and went off tho Republican opposition to Harrison and tho union opposition to Uoid aro a so may feel able to afford i U Theouc illu7 J to get a man to help him skin the dead great weights on tho candidates strated shows accommodations for sixty Detroit 1roo Tress animal When he returned Dick was hens or about what any farmers wife mithoi or uitinoi oitvrnxo still on his knees by tho steers head will care for fur the house and what Crafting wax may be Unexampled prosperity has crowned cut see Fig J Ho was bleating pitoously and licking principles run counter to the welfare of used but I much prefer soil held in wise laws and a wise administration tho faco and neck of his lifeless com- the American people The course of the republican party says Mr Dcpew On the contrary one place about the girdled portion by sods panion Mr Albright drove him away several times but ho came back repeat- Â¬ has not been changed by the nomina half of the population of America is or a box It is th Eight of the scions lived aud the tree groaning under the burden of a debt edly and seemed to be determined to tion of Harrison and Kciil party of plundering paternalism of from which they see no hope of relief which was as good as dead for one stay by the carcass Then they started It to skin tho steer and when they had blundering financiering of class legis- Â¬ Hlessed with unexampled crops tho year was restored to vigorous life removed tho hldo from tho head and lation the party of extravagance in- product of unexampled labor the re Â¬ has borne bountifully for years and no chopped tho horns off tho buek bleat- tolerance and greed the party which turns for this labor are diminished by one would suspect from appearances extra dozens she may have to sell or ing furiously stamped his hoofs bound formulated the force bill appropriated the vicious system of tariff robbery that anything had ever been wrong trade It Is convenient simple of coEach pen is Jaxlli feet ed back and forth and acted as though in two years over a billion dollars fos There has been a vast increase in with it Last fall when heavily loaded nstruction hard wind broke off the ample for a Hock of twenty laying hens ho was crazed with grief Tho spot wai tered trusts established subsidies in the number of failures ami immense with apples was curious to see a section of or pullets and affording them moro throughout top half a mile from Mr Albrights place creased the tariff aud dissipated the losses and stagnation my experiment now grown solid with comfort than a smaller space would surplus tlie country m have been saved and every day Dick visited it sought The republican party said Mr from llnaueial collapse by a com- 17 annual rings I sawed out a section provide The nest boxes are placed everywhere on tho farm for the steer refused to eat and became so thin that Dcpew must appeal to the conscience bination of circumstances that we a photograph of which is shown at Fig along the floor and roosting perches ho couldnt walk Mr Albright tried and judgment of tho Individual voter of cannot hope to have repeated and we 1 It has been said at some of our provided with each compartment Each Hut in its retain to day a portion of tho currency farmers institutes that trees girdled by pen is connected with the other by to forco food down his throat but it every state In tho union platform the republican party makes of the world only because as happens mice are not worth saving by bridg means of a door opening from one pen was useless and one morning he found no such appeal On the contrary Its not once In ten years tho nations of injl as they are sure to become dis- to another The floor is of wood this poor Dick lying dead in tho barnyard expectations of success seem to be born Europe this year needed bread more eased hollow and unproductive Here being preferable in a laylng housc to N Y Tribune is an object lesson for teachers of such earth If anything Is wanted upon the of a belief that conscience lms- 1hii than they needed gold Neither the platform reported by Mr theories 17 years and no hollow only eliminated from politics and that the Scorpion Nliurp irn ILLllLLq FMfffi I have studied tho habits of tho scor- Â¬ judgment of every Individual voter is Foraker nor the claims advanced by two years lost under treatment 15 sss rrn ih Mr Dcpew will enlighten the judg years of production with a promise of pion for many years and havo often no- Â¬ controlled by his greed aud rapacity BOOSV RtMli HOOiS Germany and England says Mr ment or satisfy the conscience of tin many more but for the casualty Let ticed how very sensitive scorpions are OVIST those who say bridging does not pay have learned In Samoa that American people Louisville Courier to tho most delicate sounds musical or Dcpew Un ilgurc out the difference If I had re the United States has become one of Journal otherwise Under the thorax tho scor Â¬ y A Zb plaeod that tree with one from the nur Â¬ pion has two comb like appendages the powers of the world OPINIONS AND POINTERS sery and be convinced I havo in my floor cloun sharp gravel is the best We favor says Mr Foruker In the which aro tho antcniuu poutinatio It is pretty well settled by physiologists platform the maintenance of the most The exhortation of the Harrison orchard several trees that have been articlo to use us it can be easily re aud entomologists that In Insects the friendly relations with all foreign na leaders now Is to get together anil saved In tills manner but no other was newed aud it provides grit for them to I use in grinding their faod The build antennw represent tho organs of hear- Â¬ tions aud entangling alliance with not try to kick the Hlaiue men out of left over a year before treatment ing These delicate structures are easily none Yet our whole relation with the party at least until after tho elec- Â¬ neglected this because I thoucht it n ing should be about twelve or fifteen hopeless ease on account of its great feet high with ventilating windows in affected by tho vibrations of sound and Samoa is due to an entangling alliance tion SU Iaul lobe Leroy Whit ford in Rural New tho upper cupola the windows being there can bo no doubt whatever that with Jermany and England for the pur Now that the Vanderbllts have size they arc also affected by sounds quite pose of governing Samoa without the got the presidential candidate they want Yorker opened in hot weather giving pare air inaudible to tho human ear The slight consent of the people of Samoa aud perfect ventilation to the building they will have more time to devote to LIVE STOCK NOTES V Caughoy eat vibration of tho atmosphere from Tho Dehrlng sea question which convincing Kansas Iowa and tho wost in Farm and Home any cause whatever at once put in was an insurmountable obstacle in generally that a farm mortgage Is a docs no harm to work mares that It motion tho delicate Htruotures which diplomacy with Cleveland and Hayard blessinir and that It Is a luxurv to tmv are with foal If they are not worked Tho Collar Vout llutluii compose the antenna to which organ has been settled upon a basis which eight per cent Interest on It St Louis hard Ventilation of tho collar Is a probuisuuis owe mo power or protecting sustains Americas nosltion until arbU Republic Somk of our exchanges are calling for lem In the summer the windows may themselves against danger as well as tratlon shall have determined our Whttelaw Held wants votes to get more pasture and hay aud more stock be kept opeu but In building a barn or tho means of recognizing thu approach right declares Mr Dcpew As a mat- Â¬ him into the vice presidents house with a cellar underneath veil- Â¬ chair So With the cattle market glutted we of ouo another Spectator ter of fact the Hehring sea question is he suddenly makes the nonunion not seo the wisdom of the advice can ttllltioil tti wtnrii mni1 li iiiiiwtilirCU in exactly tho position left it by Mr printing establishment of the TncitK is one way to compete in a Of all methods that have been tried Unit New An Old lliioltclorn MUtnkt Cleveland and Mr Hayard The situaork Tribune a glutted cattle market aud we may of a chimney with an open fireplace union nrintinir You was never married tion to day Is tho same as then with house for five mouths and pusses around have one for a long time and Ixriiovu has been found the best as u fire not No I was never married tho difference that tho pending arbitra- Â¬ uio nai lor printers votes Rather meed and feed the very best that Is to only penults of ridding tho cellar of cattle Thats a little singular isnt it tion has been agreed to under condi- Â¬ gauzy llutValo Times Wk pro asked if there Is any differ- Â¬ portion of the moisture but creates a No not at all You sec tho first tions that make a retreat almost Inev The function of a republican can- Â¬ ence lu jacks so far as breeding quali- Â¬ draught which carries all foul air uptime I fell in lovo I said to myself T11 itable ward didate for the vice presidency Is to fur Â¬ ties aro concerned Just as marry her or none The navy is rcbullded upon lines nish money for tho campaign Mr Held ference as there is between much dif bulls or Doits It pay to buy feed for stock Why didnt you marry her then that will protect American citizens was asks a subscriber It depends of course Well you see nftfir I had becomo American interests and tho American this nominated by acclamation to do stallions because nobody else Tin ordinary man cannot judge a upon clrcumstauccs If we purchase batter acquainted with her I said to my flag all over tho world is tho procla- Â¬ who could bo there was upon depended to pay horse when he first sees him lleforo feed wo cau keep more stock and that wilf Til marry none rather than her mation of Mr Dcpew Hut this re- Â¬ nearly so much for tho distinction of you purchase a horso lead him down moans an improvement of the lnrul Slnoo then Ive got ulong very well with habilitation of till Ainllni tint i Mo being beaten by triumphant democra- hill drive him uml watcli carefully Still feed may bo so high aud stock K inaugurated uuder Clevelands admin- - cy-N nonTruth Y World every movement low that it will uot puy Â¬ - In promises tho republican orators mil platform makers wcro actually ex ravagant to tho point of recklessness Mr McICInlev in his address and Mr iorakcr in his platform claimed and promised everything Mr Dopow in his nominating speech lellnod tho principles of the republican party and pointed to Mr Harrison as me ucst exponent 01 those principles Thoroughly to understand the platform ulopted we must Interpret by tho ad Ircss mado before its adoption by Mr McKlnloy and tho address made after its adoption by Mr Dcpew Furthermore tho battle will bo fought over the platform The Issues for 1WI2 aro not personal they are political Tho republican nominations ire of a character to command the re mcet of the neonle and thev will lu beaten If beaten at all by elucidating tho principles declared in the republic in platform and by showing how these istration lender the rcpiifni an pic dents and secretaries iiotwitisUimlnig the expenditure of hundreds of mil lions of dollars the American uivy had been practically destroyed by robbing contractors and the first step In tho construction of a modern navy were taken during the administration of Mr Cleveland All that has been done since is to execute the policy then formulated The public debt has been reduced says Mr Dcpew maturing bonds havo been paid off As a mutter of fact maturing bonds have not been paid off They havo been renewed and extended Tho surplus revenue left at the close of Mr Clevelands administra- Â¬ tion lias been dissipated by the billion dollar congress The resources of tho treasury department have been frit Â¬ tered away The successor of Mr Harrison will bo face to faco with an immense deficit between revenue and expenditures though the burden of taxation direct and Indirect is heavier than over before in our history -- AGR1CULTURALIIINTS ABOUT BRIDGE GRAFTING Virtually lloud Applo Tree Wu IttHtornl to liri It was In the spring of 187 that I found a Northern Spy tree In my orchard here in Chautauqua county X YM ruined by extreme cold on Immature wood The bark near the ground was split and bulged out from the wood It was tho only tree of that variety in my orchard and although six inches in di Â¬ ameter it had never borne much fruit so slow is this kind to get to bearing Feeling i little indignant from hope deferred with my knife I cut off the loose bark making a girdle about blx it 1 IN GOOD CONDITION How missing screw will often eiiustxiloa or i many times the cost of a new one Is not always this damage to tho ml chlncry that Ih all or even tho greatest part of tho losi as in harvest or havlno the damage to tho machinery bv break is Miiull compared with tho L of time and after the damage to tb Tho Imiiorlniieo or KriilinrMiiotinor- Proper Trim During tlie busy season at least it Important to keep all tho iitnclilucrv good working order A loose bolt t THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fBWTf Â¬ IfBl m zrva -- C Â¬ cri -- tls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ jwa k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ up from u gin collar in tho lowest part examine His foot Thoy want to SCHOOL AND CHURCH of your city Xo you say I would fcol for thomselvcB where those not bemean myself by getting into foot are really uplked Thoy put out pcv Er The proscribed course of medical audi a contest Thon think of what their hands and touch the spikes and structlon in tho Mexican National uni- Â¬ English tho King of J leaven and earth endured bring them back wot with blood and versity is seven years hour after laying aside tho robes of when he came down and fought tho wlpo on Heaven dressed inn wrapper of coarse gnrmonU The cheap food dopot of tho Salya intUoiio WhOIovimI to Tcnrn My tho great wretch of holl and fought him in Women them there their weep but cau utand and A Trtv tlon Army in London has supplied a6o6 VOUd mvo Kotril rniiclHTH ioHHiicio PPosed that tho wilderness and on top of tho t8hiplo do no good It is no place for Uirlst would have made a more gradual inciiiloiM aitillltuilo IIntcim y Hut 1 bless Cod that in tho triumph tender hearted women It wnnUtho 048 meals to unfortunates to tlin Mormon descent coming from Heaven first Wonderful progress has been made to u over temptation Christ gives us tho as Â¬ heart that erlmo has turnod Into gran-a Â¬ WorM In this country of lato years in tenahv f nnt nKnltiue preached by spec inl tn- - then tottesurs palace then to a merÂ¬ surance that wo also ahull triumph ite Tho waves of mans hatred and of ing the dumb to speak Last year ar-Â¬ nr Tolmngo Having been tempted Ho is hells vengeance dash up against tho Parker tho colo- - chants emtio In Culilee then to u able to Himself all thoso ticulation was taught to 4335 pupils ii lnn of Rov Jos succor who are mangled feet and thu hands of sin nnd private homo Ltctl EnglM divine in tho City Tern Hothuny then to a tempted In u violent storm John 1 Rockefeller dropped M0 at sea tho pain and torture oluteh for His holy 000 in bonds In 5 London Sunday forenoon Long fishermans hut and last of all to a mate told u boy for tho Tabernaclo Hnptiit the rigging had be Â¬ heart Had Ho not been thoroughly No It was one leap from tho Lforo the opening hour a denso mass of stable come entangled at tho mast to go up fastened to the cross thoy would huvo church contribution Jbox In New York top to the bottom the other day and they didnt muko ocoplo besieged the doors of tho temple and right it A Let us open the door of the earn- - on the deck said gentleman standing torn Him down and tramplod Illm with nearly so mueh nolso as tho special con was so tightly wedged that Ho crowd Dont send that both feet How during tho strugglo for vnnsary In ltothlohom tributions tfomen fainted ii v UUilY boy up he will be dashed to death arched their necks tho cavalry horses gation from tho rest of tho congre-Â¬ and champed their ine camels Press on through the group The mate said I know what I am bits etriinco and reared and unuffcd at tho Miss Joanna linker has for several nr Parker introduced Dr Tulmugo of dlers and loungers What Mary about The boy raised his hat In rec- Â¬ bloodl Hod a Homan oflleer called out o light nnd greeted him in lov years been a successful professor of No light she says save ognition of the order and then rose for to tho audience a light his voice would not have III I 1Vlltfll ing conlulity Talinagus sermon moved mo handover hand and went to work and been heard in tho tumult but louder Greek In Simpson college Iowa and vwiib kuruugu II door At tho conclus- Â¬ hat Mary no food None tho auditory to tears she as ho swung in the storm the passengers than the clash of spear and the walling her sister Miss Myra llaker has re- Â¬ Parker took the platform and ad says oniy umt which was bmiivht wrung their hands and expected to see of womanhood and the neighing of cently become professor of modern ion languages In Napa college California dressing tho audlenee said with mueh in tho sack on the journey Let him fall The work done he the Hothlehem woman who has down In safety and a Christian came the chargers and the bellowing of tho Hoth ladles are unusually accomplished feeling man eruelfyers there comes a voice crashing linguists That is the most holemn pathetic como in hero with kindly utten said to him Why did you go down In through loud clear overwhelming An Interesting colony of Fremiti impressive appeal I ever listened to tions put back tho covering from tho forecastle before von wont im nd terrific It Is the irroanlmr of the dvlmr Protestants descendant of the Hugue Â¬ kindled tho lire of enthusiasm in the babe that we may look upon It boy I went down toprav Son of Cod Look what a scene Look iihm Ahsaid the nots has been gradually formed iu It JOOK LOOKI rnenvor viiiit-- it ml My mother always taught be before world at what yon have done imr souls that will burn on forever Let all voices be hushed I undertook any thing great to pray It consists of hasunfohled the possibilities of the pul- Â¬ Lot us kneel I lift tho covering from tho mal Â¬ Groat Harrington Mass It has stirred Son of Mary Son of Cod Child of uday What Is that you have In your vest pit never before reached treated Christ to let you count tho about forty famtHon mostly farmers Monarch of eternity In that eye the said the man Oh that is the New wounds und estimate the cost Old who have come from the eastern part of tJl hearts with holiest ambition I thought I he said Then lifting his eyes heavenward glance of a Cod Omnipotence sheathed Testament when tho nails went through Christs France They have formed themselves I thnnk God in that babes arm impressively That voice to he would carry It with me if I really did right hand and through Christs left Into a church he nihkd changed from the feeble plaint to the go overboard John it Mlddlemls of Salt Lako How well the boy was hand that bought both your hands fcr Dr Tnlmtigos life and ministry despise tho man who can not ap-Â¬ tone that shall wake the dead protected euro not how great the with all their power to work and lift City has given to the Presbyterian gen- Â¬ and I Hosnnna Hosanna Clory be to Cod heighth or how vast the depth with and write when the nails went through eral assembly one hundred acres of preciate his services to Christianity May he preach in that Jesus came froui throne to manger Christ within us and Christ beneath us Christs right foot and Christs left foot land iu that place worth three hundred Great opphuisel that we might rise from manger to and Christ above us and Christ all that bought your feet with all their and fifty thousand dot tars His pur Â¬ this pulpit again service and as the congre- Â¬ throne and that all the gates are open around nothing can befall us In tho power to walk or run or climb When pose is to expend one hundred and sixty After the Christ himself having tho thorn went Into Christs teniplo thousand dollars lu building a Presby Â¬ gation was being dismissed Dr Parker and that the doors of Heaven that once way of harm embraced the American preacher in the swung this way to let Jesus out now been In tho tempest will deliver all that bought your brain with all Its terian college and to utilize the remain- Â¬ Let those who put their trust in Him power to think and plan When tho der ns an endowment fund pastors study and fervently invited swings the other way to let us in Blessed be his glorious naino forever Arrangement huvo been mode tn him to make tho City Temple his head- Â¬ all the bellmen of Heaven lay hold tho spear cleft Christs side that bought tho rope and ring out the news Heboid quarters The third installment paid for our re- Â¬ your heart with all Its power to lovo tho musical department of the Hlblo in I bring you glad stltute In Chicago of which Mr Moody tidinirs of irrent iov demption was the Saviours sham trial and repent and pray When Dr 1 aimngo ien mo enuren no iniislo found that a great audience remained which shall bo to all people for to day I call It a sham trial- - there never has Oh sinner come come back If a Is president to have special and an almost impassable is bom in the city of David a Saviour been anything so Indecent or unfair In man Is In no pain If ho Is prospered if classes throughout Jlho summer which outside He was im- Â¬ which is Christ the Lord crowd blocked tho street any criminal court as was witnessed at ho Is well and Ho asks you to come will meet the needs of ministers teach The second installment paid for our the trial of Christ Why they hustled you take your tlmu and you say I ers and others who during tho vacaby the crowd mediately surrounded souls clearance was the scene in Quur Him into tho courtroom at U oclock in cant come now Ill come after awhllo tion wish to take advantage of an op- Â¬ which was kept back by the police while the doctor guarded by police- Â¬ nntaniu a mountainous region full of the morning They gave Him no time There Is no haste JJut If ho Is in want portunity to study muslo reading and men made a brieJT-- address standing in caverns where tnero are to this day for counsel They gave Him no oppor and trouble you say I must go right singing The Chicago papers are boasting a carriage when ho spoke In the coach panthers and wild beasts of all sorts so tunity for subpuMiing witnesses To day Jesus The away I must go now that at least thirty different religions were Miss Maud Tnlmnge and Dr and that you must now go there armed with ruillans were wandering around through stretches out before you two wounded knife or gun or pistol It was there the midnight of course saw tho arrest hands and He begs you to come Co will be represented iu the congress of Mrs Louis Klopsch of New York city that Jesus went to think and to pray and went Into tho courtroom Hut and you live Stay away nnd you die all religions that Is to form part of who are with the Tulnuige party After his remarks there was a season and it was there that this mouster of Jesus friends were sober men respect Â¬ Oh that to Him who bought us wo next years Industrial exhibition ten of handshaking At last the police suc- Â¬ hell more sly more terrific than any able men and at that hour J oclock in might give all our time and all our Asiatic religions including Huddhlsm thing that irrowled in that country tho morning of course they were at prayers and all our successes ceeded in clearing n path and the enr I would four Kuropean Including Greek ortho Â¬ Satan himself met Christ home asleep Consequently Christ en Â¬ we could think of nothing else but doxy four African including fetich ringo passed through tho multitude many running after it to get a glimpse The rose in the cheek of Christ that tered the courtroom with the ruillans come to Christ He is so fair He Is so ism and twelve American Including Oh look at Him of the Tabernacle preacher No one to speak a loving lie is so svmnuthlziueDr Pal- Â¬ Publitis Lentullus in his letter to tho Hols Mormoiiism 1 lift thu lantern until word for Him so good I wish wo could put our arms Tho regents of the university of mares stay in London is uncertain as Roman senate ascribed to Jesus that I can look at His face and as mv heart Â¬ he leaves soon for St Petersburg to dis- Â¬ rose bad scattered Its petals around His neck and say Thine Lord Michigan have appointed Adolph Hall AbstiOh that you could Jr of Washington university us pro Â¬ tribute the cargo of the Christian Her- Â¬ nence from food had thrown him into beats in sympathy for this the best will I bejorover ald Russian relief steamer Leo Would that I could fessor of astronomy vice Prof William emaciation A long abstinence from friend the world ever had himself now begin to lovo Him Dr Tahnago entitles his sermon who resigned to liecomo food recorded in profane history is that utterly friendless an oflleer of tho take this audience and wreathe It Harrington The Immense Cost for the text 1 of the crew of the ship Juno for twen court room conies up and smites Him around tho heart of my Lord Jesus chief of the United States weather bu Â¬ Cor vi JO see blood stealing Christ Ye are bought with a ty three days they had nothing to eat in the mouth and reau and Israel C Russell of the J Jut this sufferer had fasted a month from gum and lip Oh it was a farce When tho Atlantic cable was lost in United States geological survey to fill price lr do you remember that the Croat the chair so long held 13 Prof Alexan Â¬ Your friend takes you through his and ten days before he broke fast of a trial lasting only perhaps an hour taluable house You examine the Hunger must have agonized everv and then the judge rises for sentence lkistern and tho Medway and tho Al Â¬ der Winchell as professor of geology It is against tho law to give sen Â¬ bany went out to find It Thirty times nrcnes mo ireseoes mo grass puns me fiber of the lody and gnawed on Stop fish ponds the conservatories the parks the stomach with teeth of death tence unless there has been an adjourn Â¬ they sank-- the grappel two and a half i EXTINCT BIRDS of deer and you saj within yourself or The thought of a morsel of bread or ment of the court between condemna Â¬ miles deep in water Afternwhllo they you say aloud meat must have thrilled tho body with tion and sentence but what cares the found the cable and brought it to tho SpoclmiMiH Tlmt UlvitliMt lit Hoc or Mini- What did alf this cost You see a costly diamond Hashing in an something like ferocity The man has no surface No sooner hud It been brought Turn out judge for the law oIlllllNfll to the surface than they lifted a shout car ring or you hear a costly dress a pack of men hungry as Christ was friends let Him die says the judge Those who have rend the storv of Sin- rustling across the drawing room or a hungered and if they had strength and the ruillans outside the rail cry of exultation but the cable slipped bad the Sailor and who has not will Aha aha thats what we want you see a high mettled span of horses with one yell they would devour you ass back again into tho water and was be Interested to know that there Is some Him out hero to us Awav with Him lost Then for two weeks more they foundation for the supposed-to-b- o harnessed with silver and gold and as a lion a kid It was in that pang of fabu- Â¬ Oh I bless Cod that swept tho sea with their grappling lous stories he told of the roc and Its you begin to make an estimate of the hunger that Jesus was accosted and Away with Him ralue Now change these stones amid all the injustice that may have hooks and at last they found tho cable monster eggs Ornithologists have fig- Â¬ Satan said The man who owns n large estate can which look like bread into an actual been inflicted upon us in this world we and they brought It up In silence Thoy ured that It was a monster specimen of not instantly tell you what it is worth supply of bread Had the temptation have a Divine Sympathizer The world fastened it this time Then with great the Kplnorls family of birds which aro can not lie about you nor abuse you us excitement they took ono end of the known to have formerly lived In Mada- Â¬ I will estimate so much for come to vou and me under those circum lie nys the house so much for the furniture thread mueh us diil Christ and Jesus stands to- cable to tho electricians room to seo If gascar stances we would have cried The prize takers among tho o much for laying out the grounds so It shall be and been almost impatient day in every court room in every house there were really any life In it Hpinorls stood according to skeletons Uy and when they saw a spark and which have been found in guano beds ouch for the stock so mueh for the at the time taken for mastication but in every store and says Courage barn so much for the equipage adding Christ with ono hand beat back the all my hours of maltreatment and knew that a message could Iks sent a fraction of twelve feet high and laid up in all making this aggregate hunger and with the other bund beat abuse I will protect those who are then every hat was lifted and the rock lKK specimens of which are now in ex- Â¬ And when Christ for ets flew and tho guns sounded until all istence which were as large as a two Well my friends back the monarch of darlcness O ye trampled upon I hear so mueh bont our mansion In Heaven about its tempted ones Christ was tempted gets that two oclock morning scene the vessels on tho expedition knew that gallon jug and had a holding capacity furniture and tho grand surroundings We are told that Napoleon ordered a and the stroke of the rufllun on tho tho work was done and tho continents as great as one hundred and forty eight that I want to know how much It is all coat of mail made but he was not quite mouth and tho howling of the un were lashed together good sized liens eggs Tho giant moa Well my friends Sabbath after Sab which did not become extinct until worth nnd what has actually been paid certain that it was impenetrable so he washed crowd then He will forget you forJt I can not complote in u month said to the manufacturer of the coat of and me in the Injustices of life that bath Gospel messengers have como after Captain Cooks visit to New Zen searching down for your souls nor in a year the magnificent calculat- Â¬ mail We land was larger in point of wolglit and Put it on now yourself and let may be iullictCvl upon us ion but before I get through to day I us try it and with shot after shot with Further I remark- - The last great In- Â¬ have swept thu sea with the grappling bulk at least than Sinbads roe Tho hope to give you tho figures Again and moa was but nine feet high but ho Yo are his own pistol the Emperor found out stallment paid for our redemption was hook of Christs gospel bought with a price that it was just what It pretended to be the demise of Christ Tho world has again wo have thought that you wore weighed oror a thousand pounds It Then the man seen many dark days Many summers at the surface and wo began to rejoico was so clumsy that Cooks sailors had uith some friends I went to your a good coat of mall tower to look at the crown jewels We received a large reward ago mere was u very dark day when over your redemption but at tho mo no dlflleulty In killing several of them walked around caught one glimpse of bless God that the same coat of mail the sun wnseelised The fowl at noon Â¬ inent of our gladness you sank with the hand spikes which wore used them and being in the nrocessionwero that struck-- back the weapons of temp day went to their perch and we felt a back again into slit To day wo about the ship The great auk an- Â¬ compelled to puss out I wish that I tation from tho head of Christ we may gloom as we looked at the astronomical come with the Gospel searching for other spcelos of bird now extinct was Wo apply tho cross not so remarkable for Its slzo as for tho fonhl take this audience into the tower now all wer for Jesus comes and says wonder It was a dark day in London your soul when the plague was at Its height and of Christ first to seo whether there is fabulous sum of money now asked and I have been tempted and I know what Hods mercy and strength that you toKht walk around just once at least it Is to be tempted Take this robe that the dead with uncovered faces were any life left In you while all around given for specimens of Its eggs In the jrnd we the crown jewels of eternity defended m and wear It for yourselves taken in open carts and dumped in tho the people stand looking tosee whether year 188tf an egg of tho great auk sold the work will be done and the angels in London for two hundred and twenty Whom their brilliance and estimate I shall see you through all trials and I trenches It was a dark day when tho of Cod bend down and witness and oh five pounds Philadelphia Press their value earth opened and Lisbon sank but the through all temptation Yo are bought with a shall see you price to darkest day since the creation of the If now we could see only ono spark of says Satan still further Hut Tim Itullnir 1amIoii Now If you have a large amount of Jesus come and 1 will showyou some- Â¬ world was when the carnage of Calvary love and hope and faith wu would send up a shout that would ho heard on tho A gentleman found himself ono oven tooney to pay you do not pay It all at thing worth looking at And after a was enacted 0tiee but you pay It It was about noon when the curtain battlements of Heaven and two worlds Ing in delightful with a fair half days journey they came to Jerusaby installments much the 1st of Tanuurv so mueh lem and to tho tup of the temple Just began to be drawn It was not tho would keep jubilee because communi Â¬ graduate of a well known finishing J cation Is and tho young ladles She showed Je 1st of April so much tho ilrst of as one might go up in the tower of Ant Â¬ coming of a night that soothes and re- Â¬ soul andopen iKtween Christ has been school forcurriculum of your nature that nly so much tho 1st of October until werp and look off upon Jelglumso Satan freshes it was the swinging of a great him tho the institution sin has o entlro amount Is paid and I have brought Christ to the top oi me lempie gloom all around the Heavens Cod sunken iu the joy ofbeen lifted into tho and he after simulating a profound in- Â¬ tho Gospel terest In tho matter and knowledge of toll this audience that vou have Some people at a great height feel dizzy hung it As when there is a dead ono light and J the subjects being In reality a little bought with a price and that and a strange disposition to jump so Sa- In the house you Ikiw the shutters or I am lu an awful fix A Jl rnco wnspaldin different installments Christ in that very crisis turn tho lattice so Cod in the afternoon Whats up A I have nothing to eat awed by the cvldenco of her largo stat-Â¬ tan comes to tho first installment paid for tho Standing there at the top of the temple shut tho wisdows of the world As It is and I huvo nothing to pawn except my ure asked her rather hesitatingly with cearnnco of our souls was tho Ignomln they looked off A magnificent reach appropriate to throw a black pall upon false teeth Now if I pledge them to referenco to tho various courses of birth of Christ in Hothlehem of country Drain Holds vineyards tho eotllu as It pusses along so it was get a bit of food I shant bo ablo to eat study In what sho hod graduated j Oh she said sweetly I graduated In enough wo may never bo earefullv olive groves forests and streams cattle appropriate that every thing should bo it Its tho very llrst tlmo such a thing white Swiss Cincinnati Times Star foked after nftcrwnrd our advent Into In thovnlloy flocks on the mils and vil- Â¬ sombre that day as tho great hoarse of has happened to mo in my life time the earth rolled by bearing the corpse of Lend me flvo francs will you Lo Per Now norm is earefullv guarded We lages and cities and realms Irofwrrel fujia Into the world imild kindly attent- Â¬ says Satan Ill make a bargain Just tho King A mans last hours uro ordina- Â¬ roquet JJno rily kept saered However you may have Mother at a reception Why didnt 1 know It Is a great way from ions Privacy nnd silence are afforded jump off Said a dolt to a philosopher I you noeompany Mr Nlcefollo out to Ood launches an immortnl soul tho top of the temple to the vulloy but hated or carrlcatured a man when you should like to know how It is you never Hitppor hear ho is dyingsileucoputs its hands on the world Even the roughest of If you are dlvlno you can lly Jump You would like to talk to me Sweet Girl I prefer to go with pap know enough to stand back Hut off It wont hurt you Angels will your lips and you would have a loathing the reason This is It When you know 1 naro Mother Mr Nlcofollo is devoted to to tell you that In the village on catch you Fnther will hold you for iho man who could stand by a agree with mo I am sorry for you dont Your ant you and seemed much dejected by your Milti of tho moke you a large present deathbed making faces and seofllng when you do I am sorry for uiyRolf hill there was a very Hesidos Ill J His Hut Christ refusal I thoughtyou or rather liked f Pronr when Jesus was born If vou will Ill give youAsiu moor loft alone inWhat last hour can not bo Lo Mosque do For In pursuing Him yet htm you hthl fe accommodating Ill give you China Ill give clPnu onl- Anxious for Information Miss Sweet Girl blushing I do U Italy Ill glvo you after so long a pursuit You have been ou mndrod people many opla Ill give you tho I art passionately Mother Thon why didnt you go give you Germany Ill give drinking Ills tears Do you want to Laker of Chicago amtnnl P00PU were crowded anil Spain Ill drink His blood They come up closely fond of music Miss Manhattan You out to supper with him hostlers and muleteers and cnmol you Hrltain Ill give you all tho world nvers Sweet Olrl Well if you must know yelling at stupid beasts Wiifit n temntatlon It must have been so that notwithstanding thu darkness know Unlfos Hohomlim Girl I nup ana get in an they can glut their rovengo with tho poso Miss Laker Well no or are its because Im ravenously hungry union tho Messiah appeared No Co to morrow morning s N Y Weekly Detroit Frco Press c o privacy A adapted I altercation with some wretch crawling contortions of His countenance Thoy they cnguged 1 1 IX LONDON place hath the eaglet In the eyrie hath p U I0IW Ilr Tho exllo Tnlmngo Preaches In the nLVCnr1uth down Poii straw The nghl out from tho pnlnco of Metropolis Â¬ 1 I 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ teto-a-tot- o 1 Jn Â¬ 11 better gWTMHiaiilAUUIMMH Hazel Gkeen Heiuld SPENOER COOPER - Edjtor JCfl mtrmSMKc JlvVKUasB i taaHTlVil tucky yiT nml judge euiinenently fit him for tho piHitlmi to which he aspires nml If nominated mid elected we have no hesi- tuney in predicting tlmt lie wlU make n model Judpe nml wear tho ermine of his ollire with u much eclat nml dignity w nny iniiii who graces the bench in Ken j j j HmtAMi six months send to E S Sam ple Levee Montgomery county Ky We are truly glad some of our people have considered the hard times after harvesting a fine crop of wheat oats ryo and grass and never had a finer pros- tlflff - Â¬ That Your Hair KifeFfiEDJOEIlIll dress It dally ifjBpl ManufacturlngJBweler 1 with I lgy Ayers Hair Vigor MjlBrTTi M and stimulates a new growth of hair its youthful color fullness and beauty may retain IfIMJI HAZEL GREEN KY Fi day Aug 5 1892 TICKET DEMOCRATIC CROVER CLEVELAND Of New York For Vice President Ir President Of Illinois ADLAI E STEVENSON COUNTY TICKET For Circuit Clerk ft nnvt Inii im mountains of Kentucky and has a strong FOK CONOKKSS His experi Â¬ gresuuu oo ior ine people wnai no was following in Wolfe county Wu are authorized to announce MA HITS Ins experience to ence as a legislator and his knowledge eminently luted irom C LISLH of Clark county as a ciiuilitliite do needs well equip him for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district of the districts Wo have several honorable gentlemen Â¬ subject to the action of the Democratic for the duties incuubciit upon a Con who aspire to tlie nomination tiy our gressman and if elected he will make a party party Lisle Brooks Sublett and Bowles We arc authorized to announce Hon O very acceptable representative all good tried and true party men and C 1IOWLI of Pike county ax a candidate bright legal lights whose legal and socia i MORGAN COUNTY for Congress in tlio Tenth Kentucky district standing is above reproach It is difii subject to action of the Democratic party Cmiey Cotitrlliutluiiw cult for us to chooe because in select Â¬ SMYKKSVII1K KY July 10 1812 Green Stacy has sold out his mill at JONAS P VANSANT For Slierilf GEOKGE W DRAKE Jordan Wills says he has two stalks of corn with fourteen ears seven on each Capp O C Howir8 Pike county stalk candidate for Congress for this district Mr Curtain late of Lexington is putwan here last week making tho acquain ting up a machine shop in town and tance of our people and he improved all when completed will let the people know who met him very favorably Jle U i through Tin Hkiiald what he can do thoroughly identified with the interests He has brought his family here and gone of tho district and if nominated and to housekeeping In behalf of the peo Â¬ elected will make us a very acceptable ple of this community wo extend to representative Mr Howies is a gentle Â¬ them the right hand of citizenship man of good sound common sense a WiNOLias August 1 good talker and possesses all the energy PREFERS SUBLETT necessary to make a working painstaking Mr Howies has several warm J V member of WiihIiIiiIoii I C In the SfntlHtliiftiiiHrut iluly o admirers in this county Hon Jo M Kendall having withdrawn from the race for the nomination 1 D Srnirri of Magoffin candidate in the Tenth Kentucky district leaves us for Congress from this district was here many good men from whom to choose Monday and Tuesday shaking hands Jo has done well during his few months with the boys and renewing his acquain in the House and 1 doubt very much if tance with our people Dave is as well there is another man in our district who known to our people as any man in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itlftlt llilllU tlldtl llfttl niiii iiuiii - fl- - cleanses tho scalp cures humors It H 135 E MAIN STREET Custom House Square LEXINGTON J WATCHES Dr J C Ayer Co DIAMONDS AjflVH CLOCKS Lowell Mass THE WINCHESTER BANK WINTHKVITlt X II JEWELRY golid gtllier AI KY Optical Goods WITIIKKSIOON President It I JIUNTKK Cashier raid up Capital tnbn 11 tin ivnrL- - in I lio Surplus 6000000 20U0000 Trimble Bros WHOLES LE j This Bank solicits the uccoaiits of iiiit- HiimtH fanners traders ami Imimik iihii irencrally tliniiiilioiit Kioteru Ki ntiirky and ntlt rs its iistiinicrs Ivory facility iiiiil tlu most liln ral terms within the liiiiits nl legitimate Imnking octisiv EOCEE IUT STERLING KY i J KSMatiifil IUi oi urllltn in cmi ills tniiviiiiui i fialrlil Jl If jou ullJom iinl llll Inllllzcnt flntl I Magoffin county ComuinmvflnlthN Attorney Wo are authorized to announce JOSKPH Bros bought of John W A Burton M KASII of Hazel Green as a candidate Patrick of Magoffin county two mules for Commonweidths Attorney in the 2Jnd for 250 Judicial district composed of the comities Falcon July 30 of llreathitt Kstill Lee Magoffin and Wolfe subject to action of thu Democratic party Krel Involutions S G Kenner of Boyd county candi Democratic Convention date for Judge in this district was in At n meeting of tho Democratic Dis- town last week It was his first acquaintrict Committee of the Judicial District tance here but all are pleased with what composed of tho counties of Magoffin they have seen and heard of him and as Breathitt Wolfe Lee and Estill held he has no opposition something a little nt Jackson July 25 1S1I2 for the pur- uncommon in a new district his election pose of calling a Democratic Convention will be both sure and satisfactory to nominate candidates for Judge and A T Pieratts son Frank owns a very Commonwealths Attorney for said disshort legged dog weighing 2S pounds trict it is ordered that Mass Conventions bo hold at the county seats of said coun He has harness made specially for him ties on Saturday August 6 1SD2 at 12 and has trained him to work in a small 100 oclock m for tho purpose of appointing cart He has several times drawn is very amusing to see him pounds It delegates to tho District Convention to perform be held at Heattyvillo August 12 1S92 Henry Cox and Willio Kash candi Â¬ All Democrats will bo entitled to vote nt tho County Conventions and each dates for Circuit Clerk spent several county will be entitled to ouo vote for days in town last week They seem to each 200 votes or fraction over 100 votes be very jealous of each other Capt J T Henry of West Liberty cast for John Young Drown for Gover- Â¬ was in town last week buying mules nor John Goit steers cows etc lie bought one mule Chairman District Committee from J M Pieratt for lf0 Tho Democrats of Wolfo county will D D Sublett of Magoffin county was take duo notieo of above call ami act ac- in town last week sizing up his Congres cordingly Joseph C Lykixs sional prospects which are very Hatter Chmn Dem Co Com ing in this section Died near this place on tho 20th ult Notice wife of Med Hayen She had been in Tho Democrats of Wolfo county will meet in Mass Convention at tho Court feeble health for some time Houbo in Campton Ky on Saturday Charlie Stewart and his sister Miss August 18 1892 at ono oclock i m to Maggie of Missouri were visiting at this select delegates to represent Wolfo coun place Jaat week ty in tho First Appellate District Con Rev James Fugate is teaching a sing Â¬ ventiou to bo held at Catlettsburg on ing school at this place which is largely August IS 1S92 to nominate a Demo- attended cratic candidate to be voted for Judge James II Swango was up from Frank- Â¬ of tho Court of Appeals of Kentucky at fort last week visiting relatives at this tho November election 1S02 place Josiih C Lykins Mrs F M Carter and daughter of Chmn Dem Co Com Farmers wore vMting in town last week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lower Blue Licks and has moved his Mr Stacy family back to this place has again embarked in the lumber busi ness with W A Burton it Bros The Patrick They firm will be Burton immense amount of timber on have an hand For Circuit iutlg Miss Maggie Elam who attended Ha We are authorized to announce TIIOS C zel Green Academy last winter has been JOHNSON of Wolfe county as a candi employed to teach school in Magoffin date for Circuit Judge of the district embracing llreathitt Kstill Lee Magollii and county at a salary of 2 per day Miss Wolfe counties subject to action of the Elam will enter tho Academy again this winter Democratic party son We are authorized to nunounce Judge Died on the 26th the JIOIIKIIT HIDDKLL of Irvine as a candi of Stephen Wills Also on the 28th date for Circuit Judge of the district com wife of Elijah Allen on White Oak posed of Breathitt Estill Lee Magoflinnnd James Williams has bought a saw mill Wolfe counties subject to the action of the of B C Stamper and is running it in Democratic party Â¬ Â¬ To the Democrats of the 10th Congres ahuml District On the first dav of this month I announced myself candidate for Congress subject to tlie action of the Dem ocracy of tins district This was before knew of the candidacy of either Mr Ken dall or Mr Howies 1 am still a candidate subject to the action of mv party 1 D SumKTT O KIectlon November 8 18U2 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ten-year-o- ld Â¬ vember I with all other Democrats have my choice but if my man is not the choice of the majority as shown by the county conventions of the party then I am willing as I believe every other Democrat will be to bow to the inevitable and cheerfully support the choice of the party I am personally acquainted with one of the aspirants while I know one other slightly but have not the honor of the acquaintance of the other two Mr Bowles I have seen a few times Mr Rrooks and Mr Lisle I do not re- Â¬ member ever to have seen but D D Sublett I know intimately This being the case it is but natural that the sturdy uprightness of character and sterling good qualities of the man should make me incline to his favor Dave is a man who if nominated when he comes to the city of Washington will not forget nor neglect the interest of those who sent him He will be ready night or day to seo and converse with his constituents and the humblest farmer who seeks him will bejgrceted cheerfully and his busi ness attended to with fidelity and zeal as though it were his personal affair I speak nothing disparagingly to tho other candidates when say that Sublett will certainly make us a good sober honest sociable clever friendly and working Â¬ Â¬ 1 17 N ing one we necessarily have to leave other good men without the desired reward It is not a question of expediency for BaaLBij we know full well that whichever gen tleman wo nominate the Democracy of the Tenth will triumphantly elect We know that either gentleman can poll the party vote which has a normal majority vua v fti b of about two thousand and also has per sonal friends in the Republican party MaW CLzwzaszrrr7T who will give him some support therefore when the smoke of the contest for aaLQHaSttdaS EMH fifes f r the nomination clears away our nominee will carry our banner to victory in No- vr5mmaim rirtrAA wuiiiiiinaiiimOMKwZ tMg Â¬ Â¬ roniio j wnH rriml I mi Itlllltiill Irriiku In lul ilv mIi any ftlrljr mi HIM tltfl I j my I I I rTotisiminient of produce and the pntriimiue nf Mountain Mvicliiuits rcsjifft tally Milicitcd ji Mlv i iEH ir7 Hm uort rnrin ifVr Iniriit tiiMi lll iMik In Int lilnmly hnv lo jmi Hurt I liou Jiil Dollara a iiiii Ulilr iiii rrail tint 1111 Iki 11 iiili nt rniirr rtnn ii uij DME i tiirir onn i ram tlMt I clurzr nulliliir 111111111111 tin Iiiiiilnii iiijitntHHMir wlili ti I i ml 7 Hill nliii flfllllh or tin at Â¬ r Ini rtirite 11 11 1 er fill Nilliliic to Irini Â¬ lull nit or Oil iniictl llnio I iliiir Iml 01m irrin from turn tiiiiiii or 1 lintfl at fount tiuolit nit nt nic nliairs nolb- - Caveats and Trado Marku obtained and all Pat t nt tmsliiojs conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office Is Opposite U S Patent Office we can secure patent In lesstlino than those remote rrom Washington Send model draw Ing or photo with description We advlno If patentable or not free of charge Our feo not due till patent is ecured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patent with namca of actual client Inyourtttate county or town sent free Address Â¬ reiilrr CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington D C Â¬ maklnKCTtr llir IliounanJ Uollarta cli olljnirr hull pirtlrtilart Vet AOrr toii know Alliintrr all If too a t nni liiila In HV 11 Mn tMiiuri it I 117 n mi ii none Aniiitai f AIIK il llox Vr l nllh tuw ilnTiiiiiit a litjt niniibr who art rJr rn Traders Deposit MT STERLING Bank 80000 KY 4 JO muiiaiii Alulae Capital J M 200000 Sikimus m G L KIKK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cahrr BIOSTAFP Irvftiilent Hazel Green Herald S52S3S503CG ingtryTllK IlKltMI Wo respectfully solicit the hnsiness of iner chants tanner- - trader- - and linsiiiess men genernllv throughout Ktistorn Kentucky A general hanking luisinc s done Oiveiun chance to send you a hank hook nay your checks and loan vou inonev when in nml W W Thompson Cash and save inonevy 11 74 E S ST11AUER Successors to SON 1 1 J A La Co KY Scientific American Agency for Maix Struct LKXIXCTON Wholesale Healers in CAVEATS DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS ato For Information and froo Handbook wrlto to munn co aa nnoADWAv new vokk Oldost bureau ror securing patents In Amorlca Kvory patent takon out by us Is brought before the public by a nottco given froo of charKO In the isssics mntidc Straight Kentucky Brandies A Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY SPECIALTY OKI CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Tarf and Old Taylor ftantita H fjlMlio G FEDEE Cut Price House 1G7 Lare pst circulation of any aclentlflo paper In tho world Splondldly Uitintrated No liitolllcent man ihould bo without It Wookly joil a ynarj tM six months Address MUNN CO Vdulisueus 301 Uroudway New York RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO 1IOSI SlT Cj2 I KUY C0MllsH6utE S I CAMPTOX KY D3 member S COM11S PROPimrrou Â¬ The patronati of the travolim public is would be pleased to know that Dave is respiottiilly soliidtid TalU tho host and nominated but if some other favorite j ovory attoiicion to tho comfort of snoot secures the plum I cheerfully recommend U F LOUKHART my friends in the district to yield him their support both in time and influence If this is tho will of the minority I PKNDKPS and all kind- - of mnnli wares and other gooils in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line II O rniiUiMi 5IOVKS Frnrit u wrrc HI AN Kins Co i Church Stioet Now York Special attention to mail orders 300 QCmiTT IIKSIINQI D H0BT IX DEITOTJ MiGriRE DUILI HnCK RET WEEN LINE STAMPER KZKL KY WORMS VIMiEME FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE rrtpartJbj Â¬ WHITES CREAM Â¬ issue wo publish tho an Â¬ nouncement of Judge Robert lliddell of Irvino Estill county and invito tho at- Â¬ tention of our readers to the same Judge Kiddcll is too well known to the people of this section to require an introduction at our hands as he served tho district in which Wolfo is situated as Circuit Judge very acceptably once before lie has als6 filled sovoral other positions of trust and honor and nil of them proved wor thy the trust Ilia expeiionco as a law- Â¬ With this August 1 Uluut IMnytouii MWhIIcs K A Childers is to his Will practice in the courts f A H stampku of Wolto and the adioinlntr i v v iii 9Haek leave- - Hothwell every morning ooiuuie- - All hii iness entrusted toourcare Miuilav excoptedi nt S 0 and arrives at ill receive prompt attention iniTi vm-i-ihi iriu r ii ieaves nnei Jreou ovory morning iHuudny excepted at Kentucky Training School il oclock arriving at Hothwell at 1110 p M Mt Sterling Ky and connecting with the K S A train for Mt Sterling There the K k H A con uocts with train for Lexington Frankfort and Loin villo o pnrtios can get to tho above places tho same day they leave Htuol Uroon Rotnwell i m naze m CAMPTON KY Mr GUARANTEE 1 SOID EVK It YW KI1 KUiSTLO CO ltlflliKDSONTtYLOIl -- ROSE HAZEL DeBUSK Pit ACTUAL otllco to tho storo bouse of A C Swango Co 2 already large dwelling house Ladies traveling without E B May postmaster has moved the escort willanil childrenoared he kindly lor Wu have old experienced driver- - adding another story FARE Each Way julotf Your- - Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers fREEN KY Illaeksinithirg of all kinds Millrttitl ami work prmnptlv done We make a speendt of hnilding Ldioise wagon and giiuuuih all work NOTK i All who are iudihted to the linn or either of u- - fur work nm t ciine practical homelike Military school vslth college late course Number limited rooms lull last year Apply oarly Major C W FOWLER Superintendent A ropoctfullv H Repass and family left this morn H BOSWELL PiioiMUCTon 5i Tho iu tlv Lololmitod lug for a months visit in Tazewell Thero has houa added an Annex with SO 2 Porryiaiisted nous county Virginia well vontilatod rooms Street Cart are sohl at this otlico at 10 oeuts a tlozeu larothe door every rive minutes Located pav-Please find enclosed fiO cents for Tin aul the best pencil in town at 6e apiece within two muhu of depot TAHOK it IluMSlC CLARENDON THE Cor Liiiiuatone and LuxtvtiTON Short sts Ky rSaiya and ettlo aiideashorsiitl lactoryttrniswiu he diMiiaiided for all work done hereilUr Thniiking vou for pa t patronage nml M llciting a ituitiituance of the ine we arti respectfully Rni Di HI Nr -- Ar ki mm ulu mail mi ni ffAZEL OEEEN HEKALD oil tho Hicstatr of this nWn I following lettor from one of life lurirer circulation In Wolfe Morgan unuer ir iliiiii till ntlinr liinwii u lit li ouimay school scholars in Mis- m1 iiit s souri and as she is tho daughter of u itr Lexington Koulivlllu mitl Cincln- - lady raised here we take pleasure in puuiisiung a Mch to secure Motmtntn I nulu nirriKit Mo July 24 1S92 TIIANSIKNT iv -- intu inverted fur len tlimi 1 til In Ti KimtD mi hum or tin Ornf an inch for uaeh sub Hiisurtiou iiml J j cents Wmiilll lliserin ii 5 AlX TltANSllKNT ADVKUTISIXII MUhT itiK lAII IN AUVANCK IH iiivil nVMllTlllM1VTU visited Hazel 7 oO li inch - months Jrceu when I was five years old It makes 50 Ktnnhes W us feel like you was nearer to us than ever J IS tncbos 1 being located among our relatives and i fi inches 22 00 friends K lies i I i the ndvertlsoment of tho Jackson Collogiato Institute in this issue and write Prof Goff for catalogue This educational institution is among tho finest in Eustorn Kentucky and tho facilities afforded by their new buildings will this year give thorn many advantages which Mil It ltKiSTAll they did not possess during last year A My Dear Old Sunday school Supcrinten corps of seven teachers will enable this dent Wo SLe in tho Uazki Giikkx lluit school to give pupils proficient instruc Â¬ AlD that you have permanently located in that town Ah that Is mamas old homo and tion and parents should investigate its merits birthplace and as I once Seo Â¬ Hon Jl waawmwiamiiwriL 9tmmt sT TAYLOR JUY w nmmt iii im wwwi n rgwww jhhb i JtMII Vholositlo ntid Itctnll Dealers in FLOYBtTAfr j General fciiaifc Â¬ Â¬ JIAZliti OltEEN KY V 41 Liberal rate on larger advertisements tihiule known on application u Local notices to lie interspersed among mLuHiij matter 10 cents a line with a dis 16 liicuis i- - ii Oil fcountof 2 per cent where they run a month mon tor more I will e a lespect tributes i Obituaries six words ot the line etc send pened tell you a few things that have mid to since you left Summit towjishlp Jillne Count We will write are still living money with the manuscript on the same old place tbltuiiries and publish at f cents a line are Mr Shubert Mr Kisk Mr Winsett Marrmge and death notices not exceeding Sevier Mr Gentry Mr Mitchell and tea lines solicited and published IKKK KKGlMAIt AnVKItTISINU piYlllKQUATKItIY ON IHMANl JCfl-lM- guess yotl will he surprised to receive a letter from me know you have forgotten me hut I will remind you of a little girl once but a big girl now called Carrie Har 1 1 Â¬ hap We So Mr Mr Fire destroyed tho store and dwelling of Hobert Cecil and the church building at Goodwins Chapel on Thursday night of last week and only by a heroic ellbrt was storo of Goodpaiter Stamper saved from the Humes Tho origin of the fire was undoubtedly of incendiary origin as it was first discovered in Cecils store where there had been no fire for months W The loss is about 2500 to 3000 but we do not know the amount of the insur- Â¬ ance Alonzo Hrookshire who killed Tipton and Howard was captured Thursday of last week by the Jailer of Madison coun ty and placed in the jail at Lexington for safe keeping It is probable that an attempt will be made to mob him while en route to Frenchburg where ho will have his examining trial Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any house in Eastern Kentucky Live Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in exehango for goods or on notes and accounts WWf iMHMMMMnMIMiM Hazel Era Fail Assoc a on WW IOi Address SPKWKR COOPKR Hazel tireen Ky Jeff Wells has his pacing gray mare in training at the Hazel Green Fair track Remember that the sale of booths for Hazel Green Fair will take place on the 13th inst Miss Linda Murphy daughter of Miles Murphy and wife has our thanks for gotue nice sweet apples Willie Swanjjo of this place left on Tuesday for Mt Sterling with 172 sheep for Unit market lambs ewes and wethers Â¬ The Preachers Institute will convene at this place on Monday next and the indications arc that there will be quite a good attendances The big Methodist meeting at this place closed on Sunday owing to other engagements of the ministers and the revival was twenty odd additions The funeral of Mrs Isaac Murphy and two sons will be preached at the resi lience of Rev Isaac Murphy on Sunday Revs Adams and Savage olliciating The ladies of give an ice the Christian church will cream festival and supper at the Academy Hall on Tuesday evening August 9 from 7 to 10 oclock All are invited H Deliusk will commence his at Ezel next Monday August S All the patrons are solicited to be present on that morning especially the Board of Trustees Win school tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Richmond DeBusk opened his school Now I expect yu at the Caskey school seoooMiouse Mon reading all this but I day with thirty one scholars in attendmore and that is we want you to visit Hates ance and will give the people a number once more The friends are all well and all one school the family joins me in best regards and well wishes and prosperity for you among our Uncle Hilly Cox S3 of the Cox Mill mountain friends neighborhood has been confined to his Please remember us to all our relatives bed for bix weeks past and his feeble and tell them they may look for me to visit condition and old age cause much anxi- them before long So by by As ever your Cakkik Haumox ety among his friends friend Â¬ Mover Mrs McCiitchcii lives where Mr George Graham lived when you left Mr Orear lives in Kansas Cits Georgia Orear is still single is now on a visit to Mr Shu bert Mr Shouse has moved to the Indian Territory and Charlie Sevier married Ktta Lynn and lives where Mr Shouse used to live Lucy Glover married in June a Mr Uoone a barber by occupation Mrs Winsett died last Christinas and her daughter Mrs Minnie Lattimer died this spring Julia McCntclicn came home in May from Kentucky where she bad been visiting for eight months The church at Elizabeth Chapel is still prospering so many young members since you left We have a splendid preacher Hro Warren of Kldorado Springs and a splendid Sunday school all the time I sup pose you hear the general news from others so I will wiitea little about myself 1 have been going to school at Warrens burg Normal for the lasUwo years until the middle of February I came home and taught a spring school Mamma takes the Giikn Hkkaid and I sec in it that they bad as assistant teacher at Hazel Green Academy Mrs Sal lie Neal of Warrensburg She was attend ing school there while I did I would so much like to visit Kentucky How is Grandma Swangos health Uncle GrcenbeVry Swango is living in Frankfort Mamma says Hazel Green would not be the same old town without him Give cousin ltelle and Dm Godsey our love and Henry too They used to live in old Hates and remember us to cousin Lou Willie and Carl Mize and visit Uncle Willie Swangos family tor us It seems to me that almost every one in Hazel Green is a relative ot ours but I have one cousin I want to see worst of all and that is Clara lieratt of Kzel She and I have corresponded for ten cars and never met since we were live years old Â¬ THIUD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 80th J O Hall the artist expects to leave for Ezel in a few days He is an expert at his trade and did some as good work while at West Liberty as can be done by anybody His prices are very low for the quality of work he does 2v 1200 in Premiums r Coinjetitiflu to He Worn iph Open -- ADMISSION 25 Cents Children over 10 and under 15 years 35 Conts Over 15 years 8Cntalogues giving premiums in full will soon bo ready for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary D S GODSEY W T SWANGO President Secretary Â¬ IIii Â¬ JJ25 u gJa KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drng House in tho Ohio Vnlley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES tlmt are Sold by tho Dozon 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed x jCilTSoh proprietors of the famous N F O V P k I n n t f The only mildly that is sold on an abso lute guarantee to cure nil Pains and Aches Crainpoand Colic Diarrhtea Iyn Csicd internally and uxter j ne nest uinuucni in mu wonu PRICE 25 CENTS WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Collegiate Institute OPENS SEPT G Sole proprietors of tho renowncd 1S92 Â¬ Seven Teachers Large Brick Huildings New Three story Boarding Hall Jentery etc oiiaiiy For the permanent euro of Pains in the liaek and all disorders of tho Kldneysj mill Irinnrv OriMiiiM Tlinimnnilu nf fer4 Xtilieates of those who have used tliisJ S remedy will he sent on application PHICK HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL 60MM4MMO0fix 10 Latin Creek German c Complete Normal Course All Common Branches BSTCatalogues free are getting tired of Pjiof GOFF Jackson Ky must say one thing BFon Salk hy Dkuo Storks and Country Storks Evkrywhkbk w HHZEL BBEEK HGRDEjnY reiira GD W Saspts iii lip CtampiosAp 2r THE TOPICS OF THE DAY I Men are talking ahnnt who shall ho tho next Presi ident Tariff Reform e but tho ladies are talking of the Fine Furniture and how cheap they eau buy it from Normal and Preparatory School HblSXSQSa NEXT SESSION BEGINS Hon M C Lisle of Winchester was a guest of the Day House Tuesday night but left for Campton early Wednesday morning and we failed to see him He was here in the interest of his canvass for the Congressional nomination and has quite a following the advertisement of Hazel Green Aiademy which appears in our Usue of today This school under the supervi sion of Prof Cord 1ms become one of the foremost educational institutions of this part of the State and the one hundred ami fiftythree matriculates during its last session attest its popularity with our peo ple Send for a catalogue See Â¬ Â¬ liminie Swnngo whom everybody was Rlad to see came up from Frankfort last Alf Kash of Stillwater was here Mon Â¬ day delivering the Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker for which he is the agent The editor of this paper bought one for his better J and to say that she is pleased with it is but small praise for we heard her remark only a few days since that she would not take 100 for it As they cost only a fraction over 4 it will thus be seen that every person who buys one is just 9li ahead provided of course that all are as well pleased as our better It is I with the way the cooker works all that it is represented to be and every man who wishes to relieve his wife of i some of the burdens of cooking shouh see Mr Kash and purchase one Hay Sept st 1892 I have just added to mv stock of General Merchandise tho larcestand most complete Hue of Furniture ever brought to this country and will make prices as low us eau be had at Winchester or Lexington So eome and see uoods and get prices before buying elsewhere Truly yours JEO V ROIHNSON MM III FEDER SILBERBERG 113 115 W CO VNUFACTUREItS iiiujiii tfrfilf Represented imriff LJILJa jjijjfrjiL- - WlHI0fM W by M F Third Street - CINCINNATI O BRINKLEV FKCssirfiH ZMtML- - mm w llPNpr and this week he and Henry God rusticating on Coppers creek As they are both fine fishorman and out for io sport we expect a tine pike or bas s lieii they return Indeed theyll have l produce one or the other to prove that are professional anglers 0a the ninth of July the one linn Jedth birth day of Uncle Silas Hatlille Eastridge the photographer of this place availed of tlm niinnrtmiitv and lalo poveral pictures of the centenarian lliese he proposes to sell for the benefit ir Hatlitle and as the price is small Wjy people will buy The picture is izMd a good likeness ey week re ro t uVPon the hack Tuesday night much im- Proved by the trip He gained fourteen hund ivhilo away and as ho was any- ng but a J lightweight before he is now e picture of healihaud ready to begin school duties with renewed vigor vction at points in tho blue rass and tn old home in Mason county came Cord who has been spending his The Wolfe County Teachers Institute will convene at Campton Kentucky at 8 oclock A M nn Monday August 22 lbJl William 11 Cord principal of A school unsurpassed by any other in Hazel Green Academy will conduct tho Eastern Kentucky A full course in every department Institute All teachers are requested to Teachers awake to the interests of both The be present as a failure to attend works pupils and patrons All trustees -- 00 a forfeiture of certificate 100 lr Rates or tuition low friends of education are invited to SJfiO per mouth music 50 cents per lesson and can bo mado is not i Patent Paint but the best Paint Hoard and lodging at the Academy Home II X Homox Co Supt attend only 2K per week New building new by an expcriemled Practical Painter with the assistance of itwi tMulit lltwlilHVtin iurniture good eataldes r is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery Having compiciew me iiiub iuiuvi Teachers have charge of all boarders best dressmakers in the State l of the Will cover one half more space teed to give satisfaction QScnd for catalogues WM II CORD Principal am now prepared to do any kind of work oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for than lead and in this line in good style and at reasonOno reliable dealer wanted in each gallon 150 per able prices I have a full outfit for the town Send for color cards etc to I am iiIm prepared to teach any work Your patronage is Is running constantly and doing the best o KY one dressmaking work at the low est prices solicited arSPENCEU COOPER Agent Hazel Urecn Ky tfiW respectfully Special accommodations lor customers Mrs F X Day Hazel Green Ky from a distance Without Uetrlincni io our hiiihk irmnT F Catr the little jeweler of Kzel I BltlS Offered I H B 81 HOllS I ha a luiiidHomc advertisement in OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1802 demand IVU ClI nmkl tj1m wlllj iwne to which we invite the attention e l TwtMitvsnvcii Prollssors and ImttriictorHj Klght Conned nf Study a follflwn Agri of our readers Mr Carr luw built up h for them in ur trade culture Scleutiliij IHologlcal tlvil Kiiglneering Mechanical KngiuccriHy VeteriiiHrvyftJ Countv appointees received ireu of tuition JJonrd iu doriHijJ Clasitical Norintil Helinnl in hbt liuoincM iiml by handsome trade Typ UAYTnWM Mill Rfl A tctL torles 5J00 por week in private families 1 M to 100 For catalogues Hpply to fair dealing honest goods and low price v JA8 K PATTERSON Ph D Lxlngtn Ky W W M ANKER Manager Jel7tf to retain it he intends Paint MADE IS THE BEST vwrwmes i kf Best isthe hekpest It that m ll It j TflnTfolTiLTcI - Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON thiJO IH uu fiU 8StwfelI A M Hazel Green Herald SPENOEU COOlEIt PublUUor HAZEL OREEN OUR WHIPPINGS KY Conic ilnrvoy lot u sit aw alio and talk about tho tlirvri lloforo you went to hoIHu clothes nnd 1 to pert- tUliiKT rlivmoH Vliodrtva ftlirn we wcro llttlo boys ns naughty llttlu boys As ever worried homo rollts with tholr ovcrtnst- lnc noise Ktd nnd wore wo ho disposed Ill venture wo could show The sour of wallopings wo got some forty years What wallopings xportfy--Motliar- I tncan I think I need not whippings oh my didnt hurt but father The wny that wo played hookey thoso many yenrs ago Wed rtthor give most anything than havo our children know Thu thousand naughty things wo did tho thou sand libs wo told- Why thluklnjr of them makes my Presbyterian blood run cold How often Dcuou Sabine Morso remarked If c were Ida Hed ttn our peaky little hldos until tho blisters rlx Its many a hearty thrashing to that Deacon Morse wo owo Mothers whippings didnt count fathors did Yos and we must manage to got it before the rust of this follows Unci out Tho troublo is nbout it said Tacit that being right tltere by the gate theres most ulwuys somebody around Ill toll you what said Oil woll go to night just between daylight and dark while tho folks are at supper lack agreed to this and about sundown tho two boys might havo been seen hud anyone been on the lookout crouching behind the high board fence on the north side of Prof Sloanes gar den watching their opportunity to climb tlto big elm Its still as a churchyard said Oil at last cautiously raising his head Walt just a minute said lack and making himself as small as possible he crept along in tho shadow of the fence till he came within range of the dining room window Nows our chance ho whispered hurrying back Theyre all at the supper table and look as if they were having a regular good time You go up Oil and Ill stand guard The elm wjis tall and straight towering over the gateway like a giant sentinel but Oil hud no trouble in Â¬ nTjJTT p though Wo used to sneak off Bwlmmln In thoso euro loss boyish days And come luck homo of evenings with our nocks and backs ablaze How mother used to wonder why our clothes were full of sand Hut father having been a boy appeared to unÂ¬ derstand And after tea hod Iwckon us to Join him In the shod Where hed proceed to tlngo our backs a deeper darker red Say what wo will of mothers there Is nono will controvert The proposition that our fathers lickings always Â¬ hurt front door suddenly opened and out on tho wide veranda stepped Mrs Slonne Aunt Hctsy and Madge while behind them came the professor carrying an armful of camp chairs Gil drew back in dismay for the house stood scarcely twenty feet from the gute and besides Prof Sloane was In after years poor father shriveled down to tho principal of tho high school and flvo feet four Hut in our youth ho scorned to us In height Gil knew only too well that ho was eight feet or more already in disgrace with him Oh how wo shlored when ho quoth In cold But they wont be likely to stay suggestive tone there long he thought at the same Ill see a In tho woodshed after supper all time congratulating himself that the alone Oh how the legs and arms and dust and trouser heavy leafage furnished so good a buttons flow screen theyll find it too cool What florid vocallsms marked that vespor inThe family however seemed to have terview no disposition to go indoors Yes nftor all thin lapse of years I feelingly How pleasant it is out here re assort With nil respect to mothur It was fathers marked Aunt Betsy taking her knit Â¬ whippings hurt ting from the bag that hung at her Tho llttlo boy experiencing that tingling noath belt his vcut Its delightful said Mrs Sloane Is often loath to realize that all Is for tho best leaning back in her chair with such an Yet when tho boy gots older he pictures with air of comfort that poor Oil wedged in delight Tho buftutlngs of childhood as wo do here to- a narrow fork of tho elm could not help night envying her Its so still and shady The years tho gracious years hao smoothed Seems to mo the old elms more leafy and beautltlod tho ways Â¬ That to our little feet seemed all too rugged In than usual this year she added look ing up admiringly at the spreading the days Hcforoyou went to selling clothes and I to ped- boughs dling rhymes 0 mamma cried Madge 1 do be Â¬ So Havvcy let us sit nwhllo and think upon lieve theres an orioles nest in that those tlraus tree I saw an oriole flying in and out Chicago News this morning I hope none of those wretched boys IN THE BIG ELM will find it if thero is said Mrs Sloane Its shameful tho way they Boy aro robbing tho nests Tho Unpleasant Truths Theyd better keep off these prem- Â¬ Hoard of Hlmsolf ises If they dont want to bo arrested said tho professor savagely NE summer not Tho situation was growing critical m a n y years If only a swarm of mosquitoes ajro nearly ev would come np from tlto marsh and ery boy lu tho drive them into the house muttered Sand Have n Oil but not a hum was to bo heard school was Neither had he anything to hope from seized with the the coming on of night for a full moon aSXTYSTN V V ambition to high in tho east just opposite tho elm i mako a collec was growing steadily brighter and tion of birds making every feature of tho landscape stand out with frightful clearness There wore Meanwhile Jack tlrod of acting as two boys Jack plckot had deserted his post and gone Kennedy a n d home to supper Oil saw him as he Oil Crompton darted from his covert and his heart whoso zeal for sank within him Tho knowledge that this branch of Jack was crouching behind the fenco ornithology loft had given him a comforting sense of them but llttlo companionship and to be left in tho time or thought for tho pursuit of any lurch lu this way completely shattered other soicuco Jack was an export In for the time his faith in Jacks friend Â¬ finding nests but Oil could outcllmb him in fait Oil was beyond question ship llow much longer wcro thoso people the best climber in Sand Haven and going to sit there ho wondered as stiff with a view to equalizing matters thoy and hungry ho peered down at the cozy hud entered Into a partnership tho group on tho veranda The town clock chief articles of agreement being that struck eight tlujy wero nevor to take moro than Suppose we go in and have some two eggs from ono nest and that music said Madge presently thoy wero to go on halves Bless her llttlo heart ejaculated fludB all tholr So each was Oil under his breath but just then iuhonor bound to tell tho other there was a click of the gate latch and whouover a new nost was discovered Oil to his horror saw Miss Martha nnd otto morning while tho roll was be Â¬ Parks from across tho way walk in ing called Jack telegraphed to Oil Now Miss Parks was tho assistant in across tho aisle that ho had some good tho high school and Oil had good reason news to suspect that sho had como to report What Is It asked OIL But Jack him to tho professor for scarcely a day shook his head it was against tho rule passed that ho did not try her patience to communicate after roll call and almost beyond endurance Jack fioldcm broke tho rulo except But Mtss Purks showed no disposition when ho forgot to discuss ochool affairs Sho talked of The moment htwever that the the tiuo weather and tho moonlight scholars wero let out for recess the nights and seemed to forget for tho two boys had tholr heads together time that sho had anything to do with nest in tho blgr teaching But jubt as Gil was beginning Jta d ahuiu front of Prof Slotmoa pate said to take hoart tho professor startled him fuck excitedly by saying Whowl whistled GU thatd be Witt have you decided to do with 1 that muattthimx vrerth clitublnjr lor youeff reprobate Miss Parks I Â¬ mild That she Inclined to spare tho rod although she spoiled tho child And when nt last In self dcfenso sho had to whip us sho Appeared to feel those whippings a great deal moro than we Hut how we bellowod and took on us If wed like to dlo Toor mother really thought sho hurt and thats what mado her cry Then how wo youngsters snlckorcd us out tho door wo Blld For mothers whippings nover hurt though fathers always did For mother was by naufro so forgiving and so xows climbing it OUlt CHANCn on one of the highest branches soon had his cjrgs safe in his cap But as ho v is about to descend and though tho nest was he tho Crampton said lteally professor I dont know what to do with him Jlo is a sad trial to me 1 must confess Still I should be sorry to havo to resort to extreme measures Just as you picnic said the profes- Â¬ sor in his curt way You have the hurdest part of it but If he doesnt turn over a new leaf soon he may know what to expect 0 I dont believe Oil means to be I bad papa said Madge eagerly lllte Oil ltes so generous and he is smart too Ho can do every ono of those examples in interest and thats more than can do Tho professor smiled Madge was his pet Im glad theres some one to say a good word for the young sea np he said pulling iter curls I wonder if I am a scamp raid Oil to himself Im afraid Miss Parks thinks 1 am for some way or other Im always getting into scrapes But then Miss Parks with her low clear voice arrested this soliloquy No sho was saying no I dont think Gilbert means to be bad Its chiefly thoughtlessness and excess of animal spirits Very likely it is partly my fault for Im afraid I dont under stand boys very well But if you will give him a fortnights grace perhaps I can find come way to reach him 1 think it would break his mothers henrt to have him expelled Im not going to bo expelled said the boy to himself not if 1 can have a fortnight to redeem my character in And in his sudden penitence he slipped the eggs back into tho nest and was half persuaded to slide down the tree and throw himself at Miss Parks feet But at that moment Mrs Sloane mnde a break in the conversation by excusing herself and Madge saying that it was Madges bedtime Tho mention of bedtime recalled Gil to tho consciousness that ho had not had his supper And then he wondered if elm leaves wero good to eat A fellow ought always to put some- Â¬ thing in his pocket when ho goes after I hope birds eggs he said to himself mother has a bushel or two of cookies baked up The prospect began to look a little more encouraging At last ho ejaculated with a long drawn breath as the professor followed his wife and Madge and now Miss Paries will be likely to start But Aunt Betsy had heard that after- noon that ono of MftWVu Miss Parks nieces was to bo married soon and finding Who Oil Oil Miss Parks slowly 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wmti iV V - xi Â¬ SSi fs wt iv UI Ta vvniii vS MlliI tS 4ly iihIiVtj In a wall In the British house of par- Â¬ liament are burled or rather enveloped in masonry a solid bar of bronze and a block of platinum Both aro packed carefully in cases but the block of plat- Â¬ inum is guarded with especial care It Is inclosed in a ease of silver gilt which is itself inclosed in a ease of solid bronze Outside of this are other cases of mahogany lead and oak Moreover the platinum block is wrap ped in silver paper which contains no silica to protect it from any sort of de Â¬ composition These two articles are the Knglish standards of weights and measures The bronze bar is thirty eight inches long and one inch square in section thirty six inches having been marked oil on it The platinum block weighs exactly a pound Though its dimensions are scarcely more than an inch on either side the metal which it contains is worth two hundred dollars in the mar- Â¬ ket These standards aro taken out of tho wall of tho houses of parliament every twenty years by the warden of the standards in the presence of the president of the board of trade and several other oflicinls and formally compared with tho weights and measures in com- Â¬ mon use in tho standard department or bureau of the government Extremely delicate and elaborato ap paratus for making the comparisons is used and if the units in use aro found to have deviated in the slightest from these standards they are changed to conform to them The cavity in the wall of the houses of parliament in which these precious standards arckept somewhat resembles a tomb It can be opened only by tear ing away the wall and when the com parisons havo been made it is solidly closed up again by masons In April last the wall of the houses of parliament was opened for the lirst time in twenty years and the compar- Â¬ ison mado with the oflicial standard in daily use All who touched the stand- Â¬ ards wore clean white gloves The com- Â¬ parisons wero made by means of a test so minute that a variation of ono part of an inch in the length of a yard or of ono ten thousandth part of a grain in the weight of the pound could have been detected No change was discovered After the test the masons again closed the wall Youths Companion Â¬ And her faith had its roward RATHER BROAD HINTG But to JaclcH disgust after that even- Â¬ ing in tho big elm seemed to lose all Reason Which Influenced n Colored inn tlotnnn to llollovo Hhnsclf Insulted Interest in the search for birds eggs Dat Peterson nigguh nln nogemlen Mary B Sleight in Christian at Work 6nhi an old colored man exclaimed Why do you think that WEIGHTS AND MEASURES unelen bystander asked llow thn KitglMi Standards Aro Kept I fink it cnso ob do way he mLsbe filiform haves hissef Oil Has he done anything to you Yes Hah he hob Hes dono ttxxny out sinervation whut wuz onenllcd fn and whut no gemlen wouldnt a done He Insulted you eh Yes Mth It pears to mo like ho hab Perhaps you are too sensitive uncle What am dat sub Why may be you are too quick to judge people and it may be that you imagined tho fellow meant to insult you when he intended nothing of the kind I reckon jous wrong dar snh p slow bout takin hints an wh n a geninln suits me I waits as lony as I kin fo 1 takes hit up But whii a pus son goes fernoughyosboun toknmvl edge he means to sultyo sah Then you tire sure that the Peterson negro meant to insult you Yes sah Is most sho he did You dont think it possible you ein be mistaken in his intentions No sah I reckon dors no donifc bout his Mention to suit me Yo sv I didnt take de hints when he fits Km to throw em out but hegotsopussonul toads de las dat l des hod to see v hat he meant Ho des kep slingin out Â¬ hints sah Â¬ He did What were tho hints Wal sah fust he stepped on man toes den he slapped me in met-- niouf den he blipped me side der head vi I his lis nnnrtcrdathc kicked me nut on de house Toads de las sah nm up mah min dat de fool niggah meant to suit me cause dempear like tiiouty broad hints Chicago Tribune 1 ELECTRICITY PROOF a Â¬ Â¬ The Subtle Fluid Has No Terror for Down Diamond mm mt S NO BUNDLES ADMITTED Senator Aro Tearful of Kiit omittTlng Dynamite Cranks Recently I started for homo with a minute parcel under my arm contain Â¬ ing a gossamer flannel shirt that I had At the the fervors of summer time capitol I paused to see what was going on and as I stopped into the senate Here gallery tho doorkeeper said put down that bundle What for I asked No bundles allowed m here he said I Inquired by whoso order such trifles as my gauzy environment wero pro- Â¬ hibited Sergennt-at-Arm- s Valentine I wont out of that door he answered and into tho next Como out of that ex- Â¬ Stop there claimed the lively doorkeeper sorting mo from n crowd making its way in You too he said to a youth who had No bags or bundles a small handbag can go inside Why not I asked You might blow up tho whole sen Â¬ ate he replied with an expression of After that anar Â¬ alarm on his fnco chist threw tho dynamite at Russell Sage and old Vanderbllt an order was glvon that nothing that could hold dynamite should bo let in here You must lay it down in tho hall 1 expressed to tho old soldier a doubt of tho wisdom of such an order Why you see yourself he urged opening tho door and waving his hand within that a dynamite fiend could fling a handbag or a bundlo there nnd kill half u dozen senators He couldnt fling it scarcely without killing a millionaire But you dont examine skirts or coat pockets I suggested or even cloaks or overcoats anybody could carry dynamite in there if he wanted to And how a bout pistols Then I walked over to the house gallery and went in Can 1 carry in my parcel I asked tho doorkeeper ho exclaimed in Why certainly Why cant you astonishment So I took u front seat within easy reaoh of at least a hundred members Washington Star - z - 7 sn- f- mu V V C just purchased wherewith to mitigate T iXi i lsat- T7 11 SJifZ herself alone with Â¬ proved the oppor- Â¬ 1 tunity to ask all hk slutul tick koos hack into tiik ous affair Miss Pnrkssho im Â¬ 1 the particulars concerning the moment- Â¬ xist The townelock struck nine and still tho talk went on What a tongue sho has growled Oil But at the cud of another half hour Aunt Betsy stopped her questions anil permitted her guest to go At this Oil began to stretch siq cramped limbs But Aunt Betsy btill lingered I declare it is too pleasant to go in she sighed looking meditatively ut tho had a battery and workel the innocent Kanakas with the old trick of the live dollar gold piece That is Id place the piece in the bottom nf a jar of water connected with the battery Then Id tell the native hoys that they could have the money if theyd pick it out of the jar and hold the handle on tho other pole of the battery at the same time Of course the moment their hands struck tho water the circuit was completed their lingers would be doubled up and they couldnt touch the money if their for tunes depended on getting it I hui many a laugh and achieved quite a reputation among the boys as a wizard who controled the devils in thevaW One day when several young ladies were in the oilice a lad came in pushed on by a number of companions who had attempted to secure tho five dollars and failed He had been persuaded to try for the money and I explained this trick to the ladies in an aside as ar ranged tiie apparatus The boy tok the handle and we all prepared for a great laugh lie put his hand into the water slowly drew out my fiver and quietly walked on with it while I stood with my mouth open afraid to face hose girls and praying for a volcanic eruption to turn tho tread of thought The boy had tho leprosy and tho San electricity didnt affect him Francisco Examiner I Â¬ Â¬ at Honolulu said Harry 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ moon Gil was by this timo fairly desperate There was no danger that Aunt Betsy with her failing sight would recognize him and pulliug his cap over his forehead ho boldly slid to tho ground But Aunt Betsys hearing was still good and startled by the sudden commotion in tho branches she fled shrieking into tho house Â¬ Probably it was a cat said the professor coming to tho door accom- Â¬ panied by Aunt Betsy and Mrs Sloane Either a eat or an owl said Mrs I thought once or twice Sloane when wo wero sitting hero that I heard a sort of fluttering in tho branches Very well replied Aunt Betsy stlllly you and the professor can call It what you lllce but I know It was a boy Cots and owls dont wear boots Sho hurried across the street before breakfast tho next morning to tell Miss Parks about it nnd reiterated her conviction that the apparition was a boy As ing These delicate structures are easily alfected by the vibrations of sound wid there cm be no doubt whatever that they aro also affected by sounds quite inaudible to the human ear The slight est vibration of the atmosphere from any cause whatever at once puts in motiou the delicate structures which compose the antenna to which organ insects owe tho power of protecting themselves against danger as well M the means of recognizing tho approach of ono another Spectator An Old Itnchrlors Mistake You was never married I believe No I was never married Thats a llttlo singular isnt it No not at all You see tho flrt time I fell In love I said to myself Til marry her or none Why didnt you marry her then Well you see after I had becoffl hotter acquainted with her I said tons self Ill marry nono rather than her Slnci then Ive got along very well vvltt Scorilon Sharp Knrs I have studied the habits of the scorpion for many years and have often no ticed how very sensitive scorpions nw to the most delicate sounds musical or otherwise Under the thorax the scor pion has two comb like appendages B which are the antenna pcotinatio is pretty well settled by physiologist and entomologists that in insects the antennie represent the organs of hear Â¬ Â¬ Nature Kvlrient Intention none Truth Discouraged Parent That boy of Itollitblo Information mine worries me ho hasnt a particle Lieutenant Totton says tho world of acutencss doesnt know anything nnd you cant believe a word ho says coming to an end soon Whon Lieutenant Totten What can I do with him when ho grows Hos tho er er why he tM up comlnfr Friend after a few moments reflec- Â¬ fellow who says tho world Is Judgo tion Well from your description ho an end over a new leaf IMeaso forglvo mo and dont ought to mako a first class private de- Â¬ No Extra Charge try any now rucaurc lust you tective Puck Yours with regret Mr Wircdge In olden tlinoa barb GiuncnT CoAMrooN used to pull teeth and they pre Miss Parks wiped a tear away as she Professor Dido ot forte dux4 aomo of feha methods yet sllppod tho bit of paper Into her pocket Fresh le Thoy must havo been awful Hcrr Kutt Vat motoda d fey W 1 was suro that ho did not mqn t llttlo ducks or else sho was awful lain- serve bo bud she repeated to herself gyt Belware College Journal Mr Wlredgc Thoy give gas cat They are not very much alike thnts true answered Miss Parks and when on reaching tho school room she read the cramped llttlo note that she found on her desk sho was convinced that Aunt Bctsj was right Dear Teacher ran tho uoto I know Ive made you lots of trouble but Im going to turn if I couldnt tell a boy from a sho said with a scornful sniff - w Tv HOME -- Crcnm HINTS AND HELPS a man of many wives Â¬ IU Hurled Nine IIHpmcrta nml Married Tenth cup of sour oroain and one wear ono Mr lurcher was once called quite a nutinojf ono tcuspoonful of soda d half ft stance from town to attend the funermitlloioiit to roll Sprinkle and x y al of a farmers eighth wife Why this ffith sugar niul bil0 lcldy man should have been so unfortunate World in losing his etrtoil Hoof Mince flno the stcnlc easily tilling wives and so fortunate in tho place of the departed ml a small piece of suit season wlth was a riddle none could solve Salt popper Mijro and thyme or a HttlcT Ills two or three ilrst wives left him cummer savory aim mi kk aim one or with large families He could not cer two spoonfuls of cream mix and work tainly have had himself sutlleient atenough Hour to keep It tractions Into a roll with for one to venture to take the together In a pan like roast beef Slice care of such a household unless his of Â¬ fer was made to those who through nhcn cold Good Housekeeping Flour should be kept In a cool dry great lack of personal charms or ad Â¬ place H possible have some kind of a vanced age knew their chance of secur It and do not pro- - ing a home close receptacle for through marriage we ro Â¬ Tido too large a quantity as u some small The mau had a good farm w as too long It a LOOd OrOVider mill times spoils by keeping tfiimtn r v kind watched to see that It Is free 10 ms family - and ghoukl be therefore perhaps Â¬ found little dlflleulty after each loss in from mite as these arc more destruc mice tive than securing another wife from among those Proceed ex not likely to be offered a more desira- To Tie a Shoestring as if you were going to tie an or- Â¬ uuie nome actly About two months after Mr Ueeeher dinary bow knot but before drawing it up pass the right hand loop through the ofileiated at the funeral of this eighth knot then give a steady and simultaneo- Â¬ wife the farmer came to our house took us pull on both loops and your shoe- Â¬ a scat in the parlor and resting his When you arms on his knees stooped forward string will be tied fast wish to untie it pull the right hand closed his hands together and twirling one thumb over the other rapidly as if string and you will have no ditllvulty -- Ladies Home Journal greatly embarrassed said hesitating Cockle shells have recently been between each word as he spoke Iaison I thought I thought Id utilized In the decoration of hall lamp come come and try and see if I could 0 roups of these small and shades scallop shells ate set get you to ride out to S isitely-marked this afÂ¬ ternoon on clear glass shades interspersed with Why Is there to be a meeting knobs of colored glass in different The light shining through the there asked Mr Ueeeher colors No but still stooping forward with shells displays their exquisite delicacy his arms on his knees and twirling his of coloring and altogether the arrange X V thumbs I thought Id come and try ment is unique and effective try and sec sec if youd come to my Tribune For mutton broth take three pounds house For what Any of your family of the scrag end of a neck of very fresh it im in several nieces sick mutton cut No Mill m the same position but I wash in cold water and put them in a Fl try and see if if if saucepan with a quart of water place thought it on the tire to boil skim and add a youd come and marry me Why num Mr Ieecher said spring Â¬ couple of turnips eut into slices a little salt Let it boil ing to his feet I buried your hihl wife parsley and a little slowly for an bmir and a half skim off only eight weeks ago Wall I know but parson I have a the fat from the suraee strain through and must have some a fine sieve into a pitcher and keep for large lamiiy one to take care of them Boston Imdget nse And Mr Ueeeher went with him and Buffalo Cream Cake One egg one married him to his ninth wife Some Â¬ cup of sugar one tablespoonful of butleaving the west we saw in ter two thirds of a cup of milk one years after baking powder one and a western paper the marriage of this teaspoonful of two thirds eups of Hour a small pinch same man to his tenth wife and not many years later the husband also died of salt season with nutmeg or vanilla Ladies Home Journal Cream and bake in jelly cake tins Heat one pint of milk add one table I A Clara Welcome Hallelujah spoonful of cornstarch or two of Hour They never saw such a friendly choir dissolved in milk two eggs one cup of stopped right in the middle of the an snpir all beaten together boil until it thickens split the cakes when cold them this morning to speak to me Aunt Huldah I didnt notice my dear add the cream Detroit Free Press lut they did I wore my new cloak to church for the tirst time and as soon as SILKEN UNDERWEAR 1 came in the choir sang Hardly A Luxury That Ih MiKh Ikiiiiit TIiiiii knew you Hardly knew you two or I ormcrlv Tribune three times Many women of refined tastes who in T cant un Â¬ times past longed for the delightful Very Popular Mac luxury of silken underwear can now derstand about Clara the men all say revel in it for in all the stores are to bo that she tire- - them to death and shell found good strong surahs and wash have two when the rest of us have none ing silks white and tinted at as Mabel Well you see itS this way tonishingly low prices and these silken Theyve all made an agreement that garments are so easily cleaned and when she gets hold of a man iui other freshened that the price that was asked fellow will come to help him out Jes for freshening the old stylo rattling ter starched skirts bedecked with Hounces CommUsionor A Strong Denial frills and insertion issaved over ami over under arrest for defacing United again by the adoption of the silk gar Â¬ You are What have you to say for States coin ments in their place The modistes hail yourself Prisoner Im not guilty these skirts with great satisfaction for I have too much respect for there are few toilets that do not look your honor In fact I n dollar to deface one sir and hung better over silk skirts and have the pleasure of meeting the present sheath style of gown really seldom demands them Of course there is and one ihvays will be a sense of neatness and Darling said the young man freshness about line linen and muslin your eyes are like diamonds your lips underwear and in their place for certain like rubies your teeth like pearls your she inter uses they lmve no rival tieorge In morning hair like jet dress for example many women still rupted remember that you woik in a Wash prefer them daintily laundered how jewelry store Dont talk si cp ever and done up in the new meth ington Star od with only the very thinnest of water Bca stories Tho docks itareh which only gives them a slight tody and no stiifness whatever Still Pieci and plenty Half tho pA for general uses silk is supreme N V dogs of war are not Wast Polntora CooUios Ono ogff one cup of flr Â¬ Â¬ 1 V Â¬ exqu- Â¬ At tint liintiuua Mouth Experiments were made during tho last trial trip of the armed ernlsor Ueowuf to determine tho alr pressuro at the mouth of a gun tho moment of discharge Uabblts were placed near the muzzlesof tho guns and shots fired In every ease the animals fell dead at once In order to test the probablo effects of the enormous displacement of air upon human beings figures made of straw were used These were torn to pieces in every instance The trials were made with long bored twenty four centimeter ring guns London News Nlngimi la IN Kcumtou 1 illy 2H The C II fc D whoso magnificent excursions to Niagara Falls Toronto and the Thousand Islands are always the banner excursions of the Rummer season will run this yearn fromCinein- - Both tho method and results when IMin mil In tvill Syrup of Figs is taken it is plcnsnnt nnl 1Miiiici1ik liilt be via Detroit and Michigan Central mid refreshing to tho tnsto and acta The rates from Cincinnati to Niagara yet promptly on tho Kidneys Falls and return will be 0 and from fently and Bowels clcauses tho sys Davton 450 Toronto and return will be a dollar higher and to Thousand tem effectually dispels colds head islands and return 5uu higher neuets nehes and fevers nml cures habitual will be good for a week returning Make constipation Syrup of Figs is tho you arrangements to spend your vaca ot its kiud over protion about this time ami join the C II only remedy excursion There will be plenty duced pleasing to tho ta6to and acOf sleeping ears For further particu ceptable to tho stomach prompt in lars address any C H fc I agent or its action and truly beneficial in its li O McCoriniekti l T Agent Cin- Â¬ effects prepared only from tho most cinnati O healthy and agrccablo substances its Kvuky man expects to got his reward in many excellent qualities commend it Indithu licicafUr but UQPN his desert to all and havo mado it tho most anapolis Journal popular remedy known ltcforn Von Tnko a 1uclfU Slope Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o your For tho far west beforoyou go aboard Bteainer Pullman palace train or emigrant and 1 bottles by all leading drugcar see to it that amonir your outlltis an gists Any rclinblo druggist who adequate supply of Hostetters Stomach Hitlers a medicinal safeguard specially may not havo it on hand will pro suited tnlbo wants of tourists travelers euro it promptly for any ono who emigrants and summer sojourner Cures wishes to tryit Do not accept any nausea dyspepsia languor heartburn malaria llicumallhm etc substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO A mans political friends are not always UPffil3S Md rlnta which UU injur m iron na Burn oo CuuslnBun State 1olU U rlUlwit04r lor fcotta leu Durable and tha coiuuner or glaw packAjjo with my purthw Uifi ibLS ryi orm ENJOYS I J ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profes- Â¬ sion These ingredients are combined In a manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS FRIEND MOTHERS FRIEND Is n scientific- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Is claimed for It Shortens Lnbor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book to Life of Mother and Child con- Â¬ mailed PREE MOTHERS taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sent by optes on receipt of rtice 160 ptr both WILL DO all that It AND MORE MOTHERS FRIEND DHADFIELD REGULAT0H CO AllantaGa SOLD 11Y Ai1 DIIU00I8T8 Â¬ ONLY TRUE rtu THE Â¬ I tho men lie would like to trade horses with Columbus Post Tho Only Ono Kvcr Printed Can You find tho Word There Is a II inch display advertisement In this paper this week which has no two words ulluc except ono word The same is true of each now one appearing each week from The Dr Darter Medicine Co Tills hquso places a Crescent on everything they make and publish Look for It send them tho name of tho word and they will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Tho school of lOVMIUE SAH FRANCISCO Kf CAL AIV YORK Hf Miss C G McCiave School- Â¬ Tm host business college teacher 753 Park Place Khnira N Puck experience Y This Spring while away from F J CnnxrY Co Toledo O Proprs of home teaching my first term in a Halls Catarrh Cure oiler SUK reward for nnvcaseof catarrh that can not be cured country school I was perfectly taking Hairs Catarrh Cure fcond ror testimonials free Sold by Druggists Too wretched with by - August Flower TONIC Will purify IRON ltlOOD 99 roo h DR L L10IES nt pauiplilat uimnliT ilium npiictlto restore IiuaUIi niul littlROiloti that tlrctl feci- lua auaouiici v oriiiicniuu Minn iiriKiiiencu uraui power lncroaiod lioiu4 m rvps nill clci rcei h o now force enlTrrlnif from CGIlllllalnta 10cullnr to tliolmox tislnff it rind r iw tiit Ilffnma loom on cliciUWauililes Complnxlon l avrrvwlirro All peniilno aooil bear boml uiV cent tamp for U pagq -- KIDNKYI remote 11VKK ktrungui renew rcptiUta DARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo Â¬ that human agony After dieting for called dyspepsia A onrrv old ape Is all iklit is the two weeks and getting no better a It dangerous Gal- friend gicen voung ago that wrote me suggesting that I vestoa News take August Flower The very next P1MIMLW are InexpressdiJy mortifying I am deday I purchased a bottle Soap Remeih ilenns Sulphur SO cents Hills Hair and Whisker De lighted to say that August Flower so that I have quite reOni of the great hemes of life is t lie iniin helped tue has the norve to get up early lu tho covered from my indisposition wlio Â¬ GU 1TARS amdMANRCILINS Tur MAamirTrr fluilitt torn IH I jOufniiili 6jltn Â¬ Lakcbioc kk Theillnl It dlAita lnlltt in Pi 100 M uf nr n tjtnlf U imlf cur M th ali w li oiJfl Ut ou t IDiUuiiifiitt in r lli r ilutMlfUillsu umh ciumlirurJiiinil Ri CHICAQO LYON A MEALY Q4 MoNnoc St i f 1 -- tiuc svitioi Umi iiitioin III WuprJi Yll Aainu lint nniin mi Tur CoNBrnvATonr I Hi fill Mntih AHC morning Pencil ms PiiisAtiniiilnte thcptynliu In the saliva ruinuvu depreshion give appe- Â¬ tite and make the sick well Wiikn ono jump1 at a conclusion ho rarely roaches it Dallas News llrwTiiTm PiTsnvo weak nervous inun trial box 10c Ohio Cheiuicul Co Cincin 0 1 tills IAllKlir MHU Washboards Â¬ Â¬ ursi riTi I V C Tin fctaniling army should bo sent to the seal of war Tin Rams Horn Is published at Indian Â¬ apolis Indiana at 10 per car Mt rsidIZZ 7 Bobbin1 up and clown over them is pretty hot N work That rub rub rub on them is the kcst thing m tnc world to x you up and I vVP llc ou out anc wcar holes in light and v delicate summer garments Why dont you use Pearline and take it easy i ou can keep cool and yet have the work better done Pearline takes away the rubbiirg and the washboard and the warm work It gives you r77 Yti r more time to yourself and saves your money - Make It Warm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1osL Itathrooiu Appointment Immense powder boxes as large as a Sod sized llower pot of Coalport chiua r the latest addition to the bathroom furniture They are without covers for hvo reasons first because the covers re continually being broken and sec cud because the newest powder puffs uave handles which are truly works o irt Small carved statues of Ivory oi lver surmount these puffs and it is not to be wondered at that the owuers like them to be seen Almond meal sifters convenient but expensive twelve pilars Wing the price for one of out with a peforated top of solid with Individual ice breakers ndlcs of Ivory or bone ure useful ns either for tho bathroom or tc ko ttway with ono during the hum Ml-er- IuxurloiiH script smash Ho who takes n wlfo Said Franklin Thorofore my sou take core takes care Boston Iran and do not take a wife ll tho poisonous irritating snufTs and strong caustic solutions that simply educator Think Euctmcity Is a great men so things lu palliato for a time or perhaps drive what It has done to mako tho disease to tho lungs but with a now light Kliiilru Gazotto IJalUmoro American Well Docs vour father keep horses hut ho has tho nlghtmaro reg- Â¬ notcxaetlv Vluludelphla Record ularly land Fveuv thrifty furluor will keep histo he n l naeini hut ho has no reason ashamed of a strawberry piitch lxuvcli Courier Yn everv uiuu uns Ids prtro hut ho cant nioke his grocer agree with hlau ColutnhUH Tun fraprant ailut liaa ngatu made Ito np ncarauco hut as usual it la going all to Youre through with Catarrh finally and completely or you have 8500 in cash Thats what is promised you no matter how bad your caso or of how long standing by tho proprietors of Sages Catarrh Remedy Catarrh can bo cured Xot with n place of rcarline tell tir1 IciUllcrs nnd some unscrupulous grocers vDCllU you this is its good nsor tliofauicns rcarline u o 1 ITS FALSlrcarliiic U never jieddlcd 1L you JDaCrC nnd if your grocer sendsJAMliSsomething in LK N bclionct itnJttluk W 1 IK fuMMty LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES Knr Lnrtlafl nnd Cnnta fill atftas Pnoumntlc Cushion and Solid Tiros C4maI including nMMHr4 ninn Fnimnci ffil aMA TubiireAdiuiUbl Bill Dealing lo ill running partf Tf ml i iiik strictlv fl ream Ir JOH N P LOVELL ARMS CO Mfrs nif jf i ruioi lopuo of Jam IIIIIck BIGII GRADC in Every rarUaular ntTn iurapi for our lOO jpaKo IllnitrateJ cato1 ItCToWr r 147 Waihlnffton St BOSTON MASS suiptnuon siaais fijornnpJooiliif tcJ THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Post JuerPhihaolphia Press Summer V Silk DrtiiHr s silks mako pleasantly cool sseathat need not cost much If mado un 11I1IV twelvo VILllirt ill eaed nnd many pretty silks are to be formjventy tlve cents np one dollar jard There are irood 11I nmv lit Ilium tllu c prices but it is poor economy to Ip cheaper qualities than thoHe The 50tsurahswlth fimall figures Jlowera natural eolors or white dotted lines favorlto iS speckled choice and tho ntripeel taffetas are bebig mado up r house dresses Tho trimmings are i Whlto or black laco in open pat 7w and satin ribbons of tho color pre theslllcor else whlto or Jffin the luce Harpers Uazarbluck fcatch Transcript oven Tim justice may not cajoy himself 1 alls Is having a ilau tlme Gloas when ho Republican o Bticky AVucs a fly lights on a sheet n roauzos huh pupor ho iglmuiton Louder Mrilonr Klrl a cat boat is notueccs Bo ton sarifc made of IHBsy willow - both aides Bnpposo Tun world Is full of people who in art or convocation consists that the of a man has nr nhvavs praising who troild tho his bo those friends become hlseritica instead eonorullr Rot what thoy dosorvo When a Uusudlv pretty good reason Puck family row is tnado nubllp thpro or blaming The worst cases yield to its mild soothing cleansing and healing propCold in the Head needs erties Catarrhal hut a few applications Headache and all tho effects of Ca tarrh in tho Head such as offensive breath loss or imnairmchl of tho senses of taste smell and hearing watering or weak eves aro at onco relieved and cured In thousands of cases where ev Â¬ erything olso has failed Dr Sagos Remedy has produced perfect and That gives its permanent cures to mako tho offer proprietors faith Its 500 or a cure Thoy mean to pay you if thoy cant euro yon Rut they mean to cure you and they can Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Sagos Remedy Â¬ GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN i SAPOLIO ollUjr ro fullnOKH I dolilllty nin by tho tio of uro moved Hint tlon to cxurtlon or Ixnly or iiilmlj Irrllablllty of trmiMjr Kiiiornl wrl- - Sour Eructations - m uftor ontltifr with tlUlncllua- Pullman VESTIBULED SLEEPERS VIA Tiny Liver Pills land srooil nppctlto atronff ulfcrntlon nrtlvl of body nml mind aoclnblllty huoyuncy of aplrlta anil lualth nnd BrMicth tko their pluce Irlcv ISB conta TUTTS a V A ST BETWttH luuis ana DENVER AND CHEVENNEr Thla la tho Only TIIKOUOIE OAXZTKK bwa bov p nta and tnakaa tho TJU1 in 03 lluura Kscura Ha3 now in Huct front nil point 1 w ggIENaRd Salt Lake CityT Jf rnrMLlJ UWrE wUhoar fa me an Well ntarblHrrr Tbaoolr MffCt Mlf clMBlBr d Usi ilroBVlB took iaiM thcohio DRILL omcrOOiirarkriacXY isadlea I Heat Easiest to risoa Itomcdy for Catarrh it the Uu and Cbcnneat Sold by drucglsts or aeat by ittalL K T lJuzcltluo Worraa WELLS A UOc la Hj 1rorin V9s 15 to 36 lbc par maath bylnrmU Bnd B NotrlnBOlBconTileBe htttud i WHEW oyTaut Mihvaukec Journal L00MIS rurriH NrMAVMMmWtjtv jtukb erne 3 kraxMi VJHrrDRB for A N IC K WHITlNflTe ABVeKTWKK 1402 VIKABK nui rrt -- i Mm puptr imiMimmuiu on the CampnlKii aro BnK lo 8 vo tnc Ilopubllcuim r liaril rub in thin campaign said Hep rCHOtitatlvo Cainlticttii and we will mnko extra cfTort to carry tho legislature There aro a number of local questions that will provo a thorn in the nido of the Republicans this year and wo believo they will help us Tho Republicans in California in fact all over the Pacific coast arc not united You know lllaino wan the idol of the Republicans and when ho was turned down by the office holders at Minneapolis it made them sick About eight tenths of the California Republicans wcro for Hlalne while nine tenths of tho Democrats arc for Cleveland so you see our chances in California aro better than tho Republicans Tho Force bill is a prominent issue in our State and tho Republicus aro not at all enthusiastic over it All my information from home is of a most encouraging nature and I am convinced the contest in California will be very close Wash Cor Courier Journal A CrttlfornliUin View Â¬ ut luawjuwuum Â¬ Tho Wilmington correspondent or the Courier Journal of Friday had the fol- Â¬ lowing about tho speech of Senator CarSenator Carlisle will lisle on Saturday make his tarill speech in the Senate to- Â¬ morrow in answer to Senator Aldrieh It will undoubtedly be one of the great Â¬ est speeches ever made in tho Senate on the tariff question and if the heat was not so intense the galleries would be As it is a large crowd will be packed present and tho lloorof the Senate will be crowded with members of Congress Unlike Senator Aldrieh the speech of Senator Carlislo will not bo written out and read Senator Carlisle never pre- Â¬ He speaks enpares a speech that way tirely from notes and his notes that the Courier Journal correspondent saw to Â¬ night were nothing but thousands of figures covering many pages of foolscap paper Hut in those figures there is a mine of facts that he will explode nor will they be juggled like those of Aldrieh Senator Carlisle will begin his speech about half past 12 and speak about an Â¬ A Orcnt TirinrSimili ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA o8T4 Yearling exhibition 2 if twn ycnr Id rec ord 22ii three year old record 2v2lyA third liviit fourvenr old record 222 five year old record t20j fourth heal six year old trial J 17 Illaek horse ljlt luufd liiijli foaled June 15 18St Itred at Ashland lurk SIUKDIIY IIANKKU4IU Own brother to Lysunder sire of Jvsnudcr HoVJiJlW WnUIK William Rearncy J0J4 and Ly mmler Chief ltlltl First Dam Puttie 1atelieu trial -- itSnimlnui liy Mumhriuu of ChcHiiut Wllks JJ latchcn sire of the dam of iuy Wilkv JlV4 Astral 18 Hum Wilkes lt84 Klvim 118Vj Oleora J18X Hour J17 and twenty nine others in the -- iIO list Seeoud dam Maudy by Stanhopes llloods Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 21 I i and Aley Wilkes 22W Third lain lattle ly Downhills Vermont sire of the dam of Cnignia VJO Mitmhrinn Bruce 2WA sire of Kit Curry 2WA M Gills Vermont sire of Bell Wilson and sire of the dams of Homier llov Â¬ 15 1 Hnuker2Hh Flora Wilkes oncer 2 IU J Tom lingers 220 e First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two vcur Hny Stallion foaled Mny I Aulil old Hamlet stakesjin lSTnbv Hamlet sire 1 HAPPY WEST I I KM m I t l I Â¬ An Kililuiiite of ltloiMly Flux Last summer the flux raged here to a fearful extent About five miles north of here at the Whiteside graveyard there were five victims of this dreadful disease buried in one day The doctors could do nothing with the disease When my family were taken I went to Walters Brothers of Wnltersburg and told them the situation They said give Chamber- Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy that they had sent out several hun- Â¬ dred bottlcH into tho infected district and everyday wo hear how this medicine is curing them So far wo have not heard of its failing in asingle instance I went to giving it and could soon sec tho good effects and a cure was the re- Â¬ sult Auy one in doubt about these facts mny write to me L C Ellis Rock Rope county Illinois For sale by Rose Jones Â¬ hour and a half but should the heat let up he may speak two hours Tho great- Â¬ est of interest is felt here tonight among the politicians over the expected speech The Democrats are confident that the able champion of tariff reform will furnish some good campaign literature against the McKinley bill and the Re- Â¬ publicans are apprehensive over the After tho speech is delivered prospect the Senator will revise it himself and it may be several days before it is printed in the Record Â¬ A Nowitiinpor Mnn In Luck Young for many years in the newspaper business in this place but of lato years in tho real estate business in Middlesborough and other towns arrived here Sunday and remuincd until Monday afternoon Mr Young was on his way to New York where he has a half interest in two very valuable inventions Ono of these inventions is an automatic weighing scale which will certainly bring its owners wealth and fame In fact they have been offered a large sum for tho right to use the principle in other machines This invention is now past the experimental stage and will bo large ly manufactured in New York with abundant capital behind it Tho other invention is a steam cngino of which wonders may bo expected Mr Young speaks modestly but confidently of his prospects Few men aro more deserving of good fortuno than Tom Young Owingsvillo Opinion Â¬ T J Can chronic diarrhtea be cured Those who think not should read the following from Joseph McGiillin of Spaulding I was Union county Iowa He says troubled for years with chronic diarrluea and used many kinds of medicine but nothing with permonent effect for good 2036 until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera Oct 9 1885 22M trial I would say to Hay Exhibition hands t inches high foaled and Diarrhooa Remedy horse every one in need of medicine for the Mny t 1878 The handsomest son of his great sire and the handsomest of auy trot mentioned and kindred diseases ailment ting bred in the United States try the Remedy and like myself you SI UK I BY UKOKUK W ILK ES 222 will never be without it in your home Sire of Hnrrv Wilkes 213J Guy Wilkes 2ISVf Mike Wilkes pacer 2 IS tf Wilson 25 and GO cent bottles for sale by Rose 2ltiK So so 217 Wilcox pacer 2UilA Wilton 2IVA Joe Kosa Wilkes 216 Jones Â¬ Oatlaw 229l4 Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas Jellerson He Is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands IfvK hand hhth and is it perfect horse all over haviuehutii none and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well repre sents viz Hainblctoniau sire and Mamhriun Patched bun This cross stands us the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of itsinany repre sentatives not one is the superior of Hermit da for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from yenr to your begin ninu with the yearling form None are better bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured as out of eight his first crop two entered the list last year as two vear olds namely Hermuda llov 2211 half mile track and Bosemary 225Hermuda Hoy being one of the largrst winning two vcar olds of 1811 bis first units be ludgud at this age no iug foaled In lfvSt stallion ever sired more uniform natural lie gaited colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 1812 at 200 TO IXSriil- the money to be paid as fid 100 at the time of service and the lows other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parties wishing to breed to him had better book their marcs early Â¬ Abel Mi Col HrutUhuw 2i20Ji Ncllv L 22VA thiinbettu JJU The King 22A 1 ljl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 1 Â¬ NOTKHappy West is a rich tuahoL anr bay Hi hands 2 iiches high and a honi of cleuiuit stvle with as good action as any sou llapin- - Medium ever sired as at tw i v nrs nM In mil inn io i uini i ii ii ill ii nave trotted in 2m at three wars old laid it not been for an accident on the enrs lr which one of his hind legs was injureif causing him to have to be thrown out of In ilU Imrv l I v ti ii nimn eoutideiice as a rent sire helm bv Ilniinv Medium one ol the most mi sons of llambletonian and out ofitiiui a daughter of the gicat Allie West the second dam in the dam of Miss Mabel and Hapidan who islur 1111111111 j HS ilniinv iiinreioriue pur ursi coii produced locKlinrt with a reconl hisc im aseeriaiuing u ne was entirely re of 214K It is my intention to stand Ilnimv covered than with a view of testing his West the season ot 182 at INSCHANCr speed In a lew months he trotted a full thus allording an opportunity to farmers nml mile in 238 and half in llo The season breeder to secure the services of one of the 18M he served a few mares of inv own greatest spced produeini rtpresentatives in and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as heuillle iis iiiosi remarKauie limned 10 o marcs 1arties wislunir to liretil He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apjdy early No other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Haniiy Medium out ot as eoml n training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure bat tun twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test hi merit of my own at f0 INSURANCE Monev as a sire believing in the near future he will due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country -- Truro M tine 224 Hrookside Flora 22 dams of Thornless 218 M 220s Camille220j ll Cveloue 223H R Uranhy Brigadier 221V Harry Medium 2 mT Graceful 22SJj and Ham IMhli 222 letla 221 First Iove 222 1 ruut Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 22fi Maltravers 222i v Cap tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of First dam Mamie West lilnm nr i Marlowe pacer 21 three vearold record 23- - Adiliiic23l a by Cauadn Chief U est Hank 237 three years sire oi dams of Governor 2 UI and Jut tj Allie West Hunker sire Maud Maeey iVe of fewett2 ley Frlel 210 Third dam the dam of Sofo that produced Frank t I ft Charley West 227 Kncbel H UkiAR Hlanehe 22V by Imp Yorkshire sire of also sia-- dams of Mollie Wilkes the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlaek Cloud 2174 Allie Wilkes 222 11 Haven 221 Wilkes 228 1 Ac Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227j ten miles in 2S0SK Seeoml dam Madam Headlev dam of Mi Tfie fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the Mabel winner two vear old Kentiickv reach of all and lower than that of auv Breeders Stake 1881 and Hapidmi tlam of Ioekhart 2M JJ by Stanhopes t horso of equal merit in Kentucky Seasoii 140 or20tTOINSlTKK riirn si om isire 01 iiarrv atiili hum i son oi rtiwin IorresMMreofHillvlloi ii kins 225 Champagne 230 mid L dams of SoSo 2 17 dam or AIK CLOUD 5122il4 Mambrino Dudley 21W lmC Out of the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217K Ids 220 j ifce sire out of the dam of Wilson 215 h v Miiinlirinu ini Mr II sire of Lady Thorn 21S4 Vm Hay horse foaled March 11 1SS1 Hied at ford Mambrino 221 Ashland Park and four oihen His sons sired London 220 Paneiiut KY ARDALLAII WKST 23SS SIUFD 221 sire of Patron 21 14 ami 7itl Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217 217 14 Director 217 sire of Dret by Pilot Walker pacer 218 4 paeing 200 Margaret S 21U Second dam the Clnke Pacing Mare Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Notk Abdullah West 2 SI bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2 ltK dams of Commodore Belmont sircofur by Mark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Belle 2231 Doneaster 22S 4 Sent- American Clay third dam brought from nium 2 28 Ac and Mambiunellosireof Ohio and represented to be bv Hrowus Sadie Howe 22 Tom Britton 225 Ac Hellfounder Abdallah West died at six Fifth dam by CoiincrlMittom triinilMn nl years old He was the most nrouiisiiiL dam of Rosalind 221 and Donald 227 i nfLoretta V 20 F218A LadvPanlliud 2 Leon pacer 222 221 SIKFD BY HAPPY MHDIFMoo Sire of Vaney Hanks Miit Cohl2Mu hddiu C 220 Norunui MP and the 2i 22i Â¬ 27i 1 1 lJ 1 Siii liuv 1 1 WEST 1 1 Tlr SlVlt 1 1 1 loud is a rich mahogany bay 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks He iT a nowerfullv built horse for vkii nil i mis nit iiuisi uuisueii sei oi feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse of any breed As a twoyear old he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handline he trotted a hall mile in 118 1 miimI miles in his work in 21JM At three years old lie was not i trained owing to a very severe attack of pink eye He also did no work on th traek as a four year old Asa five year old he mis 1 - wni hands I i 1 Stntu of Affair It is scarcely safo for a lady to venture on the streets of Milton at night and even in the day The Milton saloons are not responsible for all the rowdyism but whisky is the cause and the people who vote for whisky are morally responsible As long as the whisky traffic is permitted lawlessness vice and crime of every kind will reign You may execute the law but a man crazy with drink does not re gard the law Milton Free Press A Hurt I breed sound highlv fmished Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return trotters tiral have for sale high bred colts and tillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the hind For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved 1111 es For further iiiTor -mntioii see VV Catalogue which can be had 17 AohUnJ Dorb Crm I 011 application ilares kept at regular rates um 1 9 Momaiiu ran laim lcaiiiiuii B rcac-- Do Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY j Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazhl Gkkkx Ky 3May 10 1802 To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green AVe have this day completed arrangements with the GREEN HUFFAKER ninr iji CO St IJel iiiiA i a Â¬ Miller Sibley of Franklin Pa own ers of St Bel full brother to Bell Roy Hinda Roso Chimes and Palo Alto Belle write Wo have used Quinns Ointment with great success and believo it fulfills all claimed for it Wo cheerfully rec ommend it to our friends For salo by Roso Jones Troulilo lliuvlii- - lii Trlmlilo Peoplo ought not to blame Governor Brown if ho does not send troops to Milton to keep tho peace Ho is somo ilia tanco away and is kept tolerably busy and may bo ho hasnt heard that every- Â¬ body comes hero to fight Ho may not even be awaro that local option has been repealed in Trimblo When the Gover- Â¬ nor shall have been duly notified that troops aro needed in Milton to help the citizens keep tho peaeo you may rest assured that he will send them Milton Freo Press Â¬ Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since tho introduction of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy Whon that remedy is used and the treat Â¬ ment as directed with each bottle is followed a euro is certain Mrs Fanny Lauderdale of Rock Popo county 111 says it cured her baby of cholera infan- Â¬ tum and 8ho thinks saved its life A W Walter a prominent merchant at Waltersburg 111 says it cured his baby boy of cholora infantum after several other remedies had failed The child was so low that ho seemed almost be yond tho aid of human hands or reach of any medicine but Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhwa Remedy cured him 2C and GO cent bottles for sale by Roto Jones Â¬ Â¬ A Oiiiiriintieil lteinetlv Megrimine thtfonly permanent cure Capital for all forms of headache and neuralgia Floyd day fuank b cashier l above limiicd iimi a lid will handle their tTOotls in laruc 1U1U1- min- Â¬ relieves the pain in from 15 to JO rresleit- cities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants utes For sale on positive guarantee at vXt s ft prepared to duplicate any and nil prices quoted in Tin Hkham office or sent postpaid by iifwriimt Mhiiutim1 entirely bv home neonle 1 Miicunllrk Piiwiiniiif Ti nnfi ilb u uci i iitiiiis run Km mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box i iiiil tflwt uii filtviivtf rMlilVtn ltvti these goods almost at their doors and save large treiuht hills accommodate vou May Uracil thn Three 1ork reusomlle 0 lom are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods There is a good prospect for the Rich- CanTnMuey in any and every tjualitv size and price All we ask is a 7Z mond Nieholasville Irvine and Beatty Respectfully c ville road reaching Beattyville soon At Repre eut the road is in the hands of a f Represented by ED Hazel Green Ky ceiver Judge Hurr df the United States Court is to be asked to make an order HRYAN permitting Receiver McLcod to continue WITH building the line from Irvine to BeattyLivery Feed and Sale Stable ville It is thought the road can be NATUItAL ItEMEDY FOH put on a paying basis after it reaches HAZEL GREEN KY Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ the Three Forks of the Kentucky river ics St Vitus Daucc Ncrvonsuess VI Sir Double and Single Tho consent of the bondholders will be Rigs and Saddle Horses Hypoclioiulrla Molnncliolia Iu Courierasked at the meeting tomorrow for hire 1arties convey Dtl fTf fTHVv ffr ir ed to any ioint on reason Journal July 121 cbrity Sleejilcssncss DIz able terms zlucss llrnln nml Spi- Â¬ Chainborlalnn Kyo and Skin Ointment tTI will also attend to all calls for auc12 Jt 14 WEST MAIN ST A cpktain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes nal Weakness tioneering and solicit business olthi- - kind Respectfully ifce Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old LEXINGTON KY JOHN H IlFRATT Chronic Sores FeverSorcs Eczema Itch This medicine- has direct action upon J Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles tho norvo contors allaying all irrltaoui- OfTTTTV O ATTTfi I tho flow and power I M I It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of ties and Increasing A AT A Aik J0 UKJ kU cases have been cured by it after all other of norvo fluid It Is porfoctly harmloss wiioiksaik i kali us IN treatment had failed It is put up in 25 and loaves no unpleasant effects A Vnlimbo Itook on Nervous U U U Bl La fi and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose IJIsoiihcs sent ireo to any auiiress patlonts cin nlso obtain anil iMxir Jones oetUvl this iiicilicino froo of clmrKO This roineitr has been projiaroa by tho Itevorond Pastor KoenlK oi Fort Wavne IuJ since UP and IliM Hukh lit Stanford IsuowprtjparoduudorhlsdlrooUuu bylUo A Stanford KyA t pecial to Fridays C KOENIC MED CO Chicago 111 Courier Journal says The livery stable GURES H0THIR8 BUT PILES Kucc and lruiou Sts SoIdbyDraxKistsatSlporllotUo OforSC Third of Mark Bruce at the east end of WaMMi CINCINNATI O Site 8173 OlJotUosfor S9 ltons Opera house square was set on firo Lars A SURE and CERTAIN CURt We curry the goods that will suit vour known for 13 years as tho BESi at 2 oclock this morning It was soon H MAUPIX trade and our prices are TlIK IOWKST REN1EDY FOR PILfcairl ashes Twenty two horses were lost Xx in WITH Special attention to mail orders PrtpirHhj Kllll IK11SOS TAV1 Oil rilli O M Wl w im 1 m riMBHin and a largo number of vehicles russell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D zzr Km pAKPDfIBBtrial X 5aHbtt WM J HHil rutsWc llff GllEEX J J DAY CO H PIERATT 4- - RIL PEARSOiUCLARK IOITSAtE wmww Â¬ - v tr t iilf vvtj SHOLtfldiJ L FREE Dry Goods 0iTKECT NOTIONS 1-- Â¬ Arroatoil In South DuUotn mmm Robert Bartlott who killed Mrs Cur- Â¬ ii if 1SD1 Ayors Ague Cure is a vegetable prod- Â¬ tis at Carrollton Ky in March has been arrested and placed in jail at uct and is a novor failing remedy for all Huron S D malarial diseases Warranted Owsleys building adjoining occupied by W B McRoberts as a drug store and Mack Hoflmaus furnituio store were also burned as was J B Fos ters grocery The heavy walls of the opem lionso chocked the flames or the entire block would have gone As it was that building su lured considerably The total loss is estimated at SGOOOO with only about 15000 insurance Dr B J D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTtf SHOES feCly CATLKrrSItU UU KY I J DINGFELDEK WITH c J C0iW 1 PHILLIPS WITH Â¬ M ROBINSON Importers and Jobber of 1UI KERR ioiuunH ix CO ImnlntnentS H D AY HOUSE LOU This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and tho table is at all tlinuH sup plied with the best in the market Hates Nos 637 f30 anil reasonable Sample room attachud and spe Patronage is cial rates to commercial men aOly respectfully solicited Â¬ Mlts Haii DAY 1ropriotress Okkkk Ky DRY Hard warp Aarimiltiml GOODS AND HOTIONSoiivBneiiiMKiPuw jiawa Â¬ -- Wcst Main Street DONT forget tho fact that yon can best writing paper at this olllce LOUISVILLE KY EVAj LOWS COOKS MILLS WATOKS CHAMPION AND MOWEHS STODDAHI A ACM E HA HKO WS c DOORS AND SASH A SPECIAL Ify UE-VPW-- r 110 and 112 Siuond Job printing cheap at this oflice I RONTON 0 Sikiit i