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conversation Into Hiiother chnn 41 What are you going to do about it nel by appealing to my vanity nnd re- THE GREAT TEXAN DESCRIBES HAR- Â¬ asked Whitelaw his face distorted with plied RISONS CAMPAIGN METHODS anguish At present I urn tnlklug about the Hut the tariff isnt to lilamo for it How AVoultlh UMer Holder are Deluded necessity of mnkliig tho worklngmnn The Way Alone U lUtorted l rom howled Harrison dismally renlizo tho blessings of poverty If I I Vdenil OniotnN You will have a monkey nnd parrot wero yon Mr Held Pd writo n cdlto Wiiiti Houmk July 28 1S02 time of it making the laboring men real- rial in tho Tribune reminding tho work To Judge Duify Tammany Hall New ize the fact It is condition not the- Â¬ inginnn that it is the poor mm who s York ory that confronts you happy Tho man who Is sitting on the 41 My Dkak Jimkii The outlook for What do you suggest Col Snort ground can consolo himself with the fact Harrison would bo very encouraging if asked Whitelaw that ho ennt got nny loworno matter wlmt 44 it wero not for then labor troubles at In the first place Mr President the linppens Tho position of n worklngnmn Homestead Kverything else is moving workingmen and tho farmers have not hi a hole in the ground Ih not k very exÂ¬ I havo adopted the been benefited by tho high tariff TIiuh alted along favorably one but It is much mora pleasant same plan of campaign that has Wen so far not one single farmers or working and safo than tho position of the man successful with us Republicans in tho mens association has endorsed the Mc who Is high up in tho world putting h past Kin ley law This tells tho whole story coat of paint on a church apiro 275 feet You sec we have a complete list of in The farmers and the laborers know bettor from tho sldowalk on a windy day Even fluential citizens in every town in tho than Mr McKinley what benefits them if a Mor man i sick in bed he is to bo United States who hunker after 11 Feder- Wo must recognize the fact that under envied for ho bo run over by a cant al office To each of these 1 mail a con the present administration tho laboring street car or made to sit on a jury You fidential circular indicating that in case men are getting poorer and when a man never hear of n poor man being Hiicd for Harrison is elected there will be new is getting poorer every day no amount 50000 in a suit for breach of promlso Hstmasters etc appointed I also in of campaign literature or stump speakers nor is ho over ovon run down in his 2 sinuaie mat 11 tne party who receives can persuade him that ho is getting 000000 yacht nnd nlmost drowned as tho letter subscribes liberally to the He richer was the enso with your friend Vanderbllt publican campaign fund of which I am Then how aro we going to retain the tho other day treasurer his chances of receiving a local votes of the workingmen asked White Harrison groaned and Whitelaw grit I ederal office will Ikj very good This law with quivering chin ted his teeth fetches the greenbacks almost every time There is only one way to do it Tho You must remind tho laboring man Kvery day there is a batch of letters a New York Tribune must make the work- Mr Rcid I continued that thoso who foot high all of them containing money ingmen understand that poverty is a cat fashionable dinners nnd drink lino orders from ambitious patriots who are blessing nnd the more poverty they have wines nro liable to nightmare If the anxious to serve their country Many the happier they will bo blessings of poverty aro thus temptingly 1 havo been trying to do that with of these arc doubtful Democrats laid before the workingman ho will blew The money received from this sourco the printers on tho Tribune but it is up- the Republican party for keeping him will be used in buying up voters in blocks hill work replied Whitelaw gloomily poor and ho will vote the straight ticket of five and forother legitimate campaign Mr Held you must remind the work- Â¬ every time so that ho will wcapo tho expenses ingmen in every issue of your paper that danger of waking up In Hades along This is only one of our sources of reve- Â¬ the Hible says Blessed aro the poor for with Dives nue Kvery Federal officer has to shell they nhnll have tho gospel of McKinley I looked around but Whitelaw had out a percentage of his salary To facil- preached unto them That being so vanished Yours truly itate matters I have mailed every Feder- tho more blessed they are Hence if Kill Snort al official in the United States a confi- tho Republican party is making tho Can chronic dinrrhtca bo cured Those dential circular in which I stute that in workingman more blessed he ought to case he comes down handsomely to the bless the Republican party Teach the whothink not should read tho following campaign fund he will be allowed to workingman that the mission of tho Re from Joseph McGuflln of Snailldliq retain his present position This circular publican party is to lead tho American Union county Iowa Ho says I was transforms the lukewarm Federal official workingman away from tho temptations troubled for years with chronic diarrhwa and used many kinds of medicine but into an ardent supporter of the party of wealth and we get double the amount of money Harrison nnd Whitelaw shook their nothing with permonont effect for good until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera out of him for campaign purposes than heads dismnlly and Dlarrluea Remedy we otherwise would However ho may I would say to You must follow the example of be fired all the same after we are re- Â¬ Elder Stiggins of tho Mail and Express every one in need of medicine for tho elected and publish appropriate texts from scrij ailment mentioned and kindred diseases Â¬ Having the monopolists and million- turo every tiny Remind the working try the Remedy nnd like myself you aires with us wo will soon havo at our man of the sad fate of Dives and how will never bo without it in your home disposal a tremendous campaign fund difficult it is on general principles ftir a i5 and 50 cent bottles for salo by Roso Wauamaker wants tho post office for rich man to squeeze through the eye of a Jones another term and I am negotiating with needle Hold up Divos as a warning lredeutlnl KlectloHa him on the amount he will have to sub- example to tho mill hands at Homestead 1 What constitute the Election Hoard He is not tlisHsed to be as lib- whose wages have Iweu cut down by our in scribe rime of a failure by the people to elect a eral as he was last term and talks alsiut friend Carnegie This is tho lino on President a paltry check for 75000 I was obliged which we will havo to fight out this 2 How In the Vice President elected to remind him that ho was under secial campaign Doe the party in power have the rljjht obligations to President Harrison that Whitelaw Held continued to express to Vlee Presltient by law 4 Mow U the Prenldeut elected In tho the President hail saved him from the grave doubts as to hi- - ability to over Roane N 11 Furirti Â¬ penitentiary etc If Wauny refuses to come the absurd yearning of tho workr Tho Electors chosen by tho people as Â¬ shell out copiously I know another man ingman for wealth in tho retail dry goods business who is you semble in their respective States ami Mr Reitl said I consolingly willing to pay 500000 to the campaign undertake the power of tho press It Is cast their ballots Their vote is sent un Â¬ fund to he Postmaster Oeueral for four the Archimedean lover that moves tho der seal to the President of tho Senate years A Postmaster General who has world not the New York World but He in tho presence of both Houses You must give up counts the vote and declares the result simultaneously a dry goods establishment the entire universe can make lots of mom1 if ho knows how the whole of your mind to writing edito- If no candidate for President has a ma- Â¬ rials in the Tribune describing the beau Â¬ jority of tho whole Electoral vote then to work the otlice fur all it is worth Wo have the soldier vote pretty sure ties and blessings of extreme poverty tho Houso of Representatives shall Im Â¬ The millions of dollars of public money You can do it if you try because before mediately proceed to elect a President which has been squandered on liogus vet- you married a fortune and ousted poor from tho three candidates having the erans will bring us in tens of thousands old Horace CJrceley out of the newspaper highest numbers on tho list The House of votes The money will return to us which he founded you were Kor your- votes by Suites the delegation from each State having one vote Ifno candidate like bread cast UHm the water or as St self Whitolaw squirmed around in his for jVfco Presldent litis a majority of John Wauamaker puts it seed planted the whole Electoral vote then a Vice on good ground which shall bring forth chair and Harrison winked at me and made frantic gestures for me to discon President is chosen by tho Sennto each a hundred fold There Is only one cloud on the litieal tinue the conversation but I kept right Senator voting Individually Two thirds of the whole Senate constitutes a quorum sky and that is the labor complications on You are just the man to graphically for this pursue but a majority of the at Homestead Prcidcul Harrison Mr whole number of Senators Is necessary Held ami myself held a long conference describe with your facile pen the miser jes and sufferings of the man who has to elect The candidates in such elec Â¬ Said I tin tho subject yesterday Mr President it seems to me you lots of money You yourself aro bar tion aro limited to the two having the highest voto in the Elettoral College arc very tinlortuuate in the selection of rassed ami worried to death by having your friends Here you havo been brag too much to eat You are kept awake Cincinnati Enquirer ging nlKiut Andy Carnegie In ing a xr at night by Indigestion and the dread Idnho Htork farm that your printers will eventually ac- Â¬ Konal friend of yours and yet he deliber Messrs Halo Son of Independence ately and with malice aforethought quire enough money to live comfortably Iowa writo Some time ago we had a springs this labor riot on us in the midst You aro running over with your villas colt that hurt his hlud leg so that It was A Democrat couldnt ami batik stock and fine clothe and swollen ulmost of the campaign the size of your head yachth and the like nnd you can there- Â¬ thought he was sjKilled wo have treatetl us worse sent for 44 Yes said Harrison heaving a tcep fore if you try draw such a picture of Quiuus Ointment used 0110 bottle and sigh Andy is a source of embarrassment tho perils of too much that tho Home today ho is as smooth as ever For sale to the administration I wouldnt have stead strikers nnd all other strikers will by Roso A Joiicv quit their foolishness ami long to become believed it of him A iHHtHMletid KatMttdy If I were you Mr President to uso the slaves tif Carnegie ami Frick J Megrimlne tho only perHiaiittnt cure said Harrison uneasily Ahem the language of a Chicago lady in regard Col Snort tell us alxitit how you were for all forms of headache and neuralgia her husband I dont think Id be on to squeezing terms with that fraud any captured by Jol Duffy of the 00th Now relieves tho win in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ You utes For sale pn jiositlve guarantee at more He sends you a barrel of Scotch j York at the battle of Gettysburg whiskvnnd then raises a row that threat- - have never told Mr Held about how you im IlKKAin office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cutsa box ens to but your Presidential combiua- - rude your hone up to the breastworks Â¬ 11 11 1 COL BILL SNOUT Â¬ Â¬ 44 44 44 Â¬ 44 Â¬ 41 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 44 Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 44 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 41 44 Â¬ Â¬ -- Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publlihcr OUR POSSESSIONS Tho Campaign a Continuation of ViotorioB J Dcutlf Only n McimcnRcr Who Urjjr Vn On to Dm iriitnl Triumph Sermon bjr ll v T Da Witt Tut- iiiurc D lit HAZEL GREEN POLITICAL t KY CARICATURE Parly IlUtory ef Thin Art Now So lopu Political cnrlcaturo In the United StHtcn virtually dates from the first nd ministration of Andrew Jackson There had been occasional effort to use cari- Â¬ cature as a weapon previous to that time hut they were too crude In exe- Â¬ cution too spasmodic In appearance and too indefinite In purpose to he taken Into consideration In tracing the beginning of our modern school The advent In national politics of so robust a personality as Gen Jackson seems not unnaturally to have stimulated a re- Â¬ sort to pictorial moans for both assail- Â¬ ing and delending hira Ho had entered the presidency as the savior of his country a military hero of Indomitable against the fight valor Ills United States bank his vocifer- Â¬ meth Â¬ ous unceremonious and controversies ods conducting of with political opponents the subservient conduct of his famous kitchen cabinet and it dissolution when Van Huron withdrew from it had combined during his first term to enhance great- Â¬ ly his attractiveness as a popular Idol He appeared before the people as their only champion against the oppressive designs of a huge money monopoly in which the whole world was joined He was the Peoples Friend in all crises the giant who single handed was fighting their battles against enemies from all quarters Every conspicuous act of his public life was performed amid uproar and turmoil Even when his kitchen cabinet was dissolved there was so much dramatic distur- Â¬ bance that one of the political caricatures of the time pictures him armed with a churn dasher clearing the kitch en of all opponents as with the very besom of destruction In the United States the many-figuregroup cartoon appears to have been a steady favorite since Jacksons time Its immediate inspircrs were un- Â¬ doubtedly till ray and John Doyle moro especially the latter whoso sketches had been filling the shop windows of London for two years when similar productions began to appear on this side of the water Doyle had followed Gillrny at a considerable distance however for he was a far inferior artist in every way having slight perception of humor and being hard and inflexible in his methods What Doyle did was to talte Gillrays occasional act of giving a correct likeness and make it his own permanet practice His sketches are valuable to day chiefly for tlds quality all his drawings of leading men of the period being veritable portraits of real historical value some of them the best in existence Our early American political caricaturists fol Â¬ lowed Doyles example as faithfully as their powers as draughtsmen would permit 1 hat they did not succeed very well in the beginning was not strange Drawing was scarcely taught at all in this country at the time and the only persons who were skilled in it had drift Â¬ ed hero from abroad and had little knowledge of our politics and public men It was only in very rare instances therefore that a lithograph caricature of an earlier date than IS JO can be found winch is even tolerable either in conception or execution There was a slight Improvement after that period and by 1850 a sufficient advance had been made to justify the assertion that the foundation of a school of American political caricature had been laid JoÂ¬ seph 11 llishop in Century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Ir KiiIUi n In Afrlou About twenty two thousand people of the Kaffir race are settled in ono di- Â¬ visions of Capo Colony in southern Af- Â¬ rica They have a finely cultivated tract of country there and have made remarkable progress in civilization within a few years They are of a peculiarly peaceable law abiding char- Â¬ acter and have little use for the few policemen whom they keep Mr Gresswell an African geographer who knows them well holds that they aro of a higher type than the Malays or the Maorlcs or the red Indians and be Â¬ lieves that they will become very In- Â¬ fluential In southern and central Afri- Â¬ ca Chicago Herald Not JiiiiIIUpiI arent you Lena Lotos Why old enough Rivers Ide Oh yes Lena Lotos Or rich enough Rivers Ide I think so Lena Lotos Well then Rivers Ide I am not foolish enough Lena Lotos Oh my How foolish do you want to be Puck A SiiluhrloiiN Stiito dont you marry Is this a healthy portion of the state asked a traveler In Arkansos Woll I should say It Is There has been nobody hung about hero In threo months Texas Sifting UuiilltuTJ you think Van Aukem can get Into tho smart set He I dont see why ho shouldnt lies not very smart you know Jury She Do CuuKtt for llHpiiliina f Ho never snHows that Trotter seems to be a very happy has any bills to pay Noone will over trust him Judge The sermon selected for tills week Our Possessions from entitled I Corinthians HI 2i All Are Yours The impression is abroad that religion puts a man on short allowance that when a ship sailing Heavenward comes to tho shining wharf it will bo found out that all the passengers had the hardest kind of sea fare that tho sol- Â¬ diers in Christs army inarch most of tho time with an empty haversack In a word that only those people have a good time in this world who take upon themselves no religious obliga- Â¬ tions I want to day to find out whether this Is so and I am going to take account of stock I am going to show what are tho Christians liabilities and what is his income and what are his warrantee deeds and what aro his bonds and mortgages and I shall find out before I finish just how much he is worth and I shall spread before you the balance sheet in time to warn yon all against the religion of Jesus Christ if indeed it bo a failure and in time for you all to accept it If indeed it be a success I turn first to the assets and I find there what seems to be a roll of government securities the empire of Heaven prom Â¬ ising all tilings to tho possessor The three small words of my text are a war Â¬ rantee deed to the whole universe when it sajs All are yours In making an inventory of the Chris Â¬ tians possessions I remark in the first place that he owns the world My text implies it and tho preceding verse Whether laul or Apollos asserts it Now it or Cephas or tho world would bo an absurd thing to suppose that Ood would give to strangers priv Â¬ ileges and advantages which he would deny his own children If you have a large park a grand mansion beautiful fountains stalking deer and statuary to whom will you give the first right to To outsiders all these possessions You will No to your own children say It will be very well for outsid ers to come iu and walk these paths and enjoy this landscape but the first right to my house and tho first right to my statuary the first right to my gardens shall be in the possession of my own children Now this world is Gods park and while He allows those who are not His children and who refuse His authority tho privilege of walking through the gardens the possession of all this grandeur of park and mansion is in the right of the Christian the flowers tho diamonds the silver the gold tho morning brightness and the evening shadow The Christian may not have the title deed to one acre of land as reÂ¬ corded in the clerks otlice he may never have paid one dollar of taxes but he can go up on a mountain and look off upon fifty miles of grain field and say All this is mine my Father gave it to me All are yours A lawyer is sometimes required to Fearch titles and the client who thinks he has a good right to an estate puts the papers in his hands and the lawyer goes into the public records and finds every thing right for three or four or five years back but after awhile he comes to a break In the title to a deleit to a diversion of the property so ho finds out that tho man who supposed he owned it owns not an acre of the ground while somebody else has the full right to the entire estate Now I examine the right to all earthly posses- Â¬ sions I go back a little way and I find that men of the world bad men selfish men wicked men think they have a right to all these possessions but I go further back and I trace the title from year to year and from cen Â¬ tury to century until 1 find the whole right vested in Ood Now to whom did All He give It To Ills own children are yours The simple fact is that in tho last days of the world all the architecture all the cities all the mountains all tho villages will be in the possession of the The meek shall in- Â¬ church of Christ Ships of Tarshish herit the earth Tho earth is the shall bring presents All fulness thereof Lords and tho you say Hut aro yours what satisfaction Is there In this when 1 These havent possession of them things will come before the Supreme Judge of the universe and Ho will regulate the title and He will eject these squatters upon the property that does not belong to them and it shall be found that all are yours So again tho refinements of life aro the Christians right Ho has a right to as good apparel to as beautiful adorn Â¬ ments to as commodious a residence as tho worldling Show mo any passage in the Ilible that tells the people of tho world they have privileges they havo glittering sphores they havo befitting apparol that aro denied tho Christian There is no one who has so much a right to laugh none so much a right to everything that Is beautiful and grand and sublime iu life as tho Christian All aro yours Can It bo possible that one who Is reckless and sinful and has no treasures laid up In Heaven Is to bo allowed pleasures which tho sons and daughters of Ood tho owners of tho whole universe aro denied So I remark that all tho sweet sounds of tho world are in tho Christians right Is Â¬ There are people who have an Idea that instruments of music nro inappropriate for tho Christians parlor When did tho house of sin or tho bacchanal get tho right to music They havo no right to It Ood In my text makes over to Christian people all tho pianos all the harps all the drums all tho cornets all tho flutes all tho organs People of tho world may borrow them but they only borrow them Ood gave them to Christian people In my text when ho said All aro yours David no more certainly owned tho harp with which ho thrummed the pralsesof Ood than tho church of Christ owns now all chantw all anthems all ivory key boards all organ diapasons and God will gather up these sweet sounds after a while and He will mingle them In ono great harmony and tho Mendelsshous and Heothovens and the Mozarts of tho earth will join their voices and their musical instruments and soft south wind and loud tongued euroclydon will sweep tho great pipes and yon shall see Gods hand striking tho keys and Gods foot tramping tho pedals in the great oratorio of the ages So all the artistic and literary advan Â¬ tages aro in tho Christianss right I do not care on whose wall the picture hangs or on whose pedestal the sculp- Â¬ ture stands It belongs to Christians The Hierstadts and the churches are all working for us All are yours Tho Luxcmbourgs the Louvre all the galleries of Naples and Home and Venice they are all to come into the possession of tho Church of Jesus Christ We may not now have them on our walls but the time will come when the writ of ejectment will be served and the church will possess All parts all fish ponds everything all colors all harvests all all are yours Secondly I remark that the right to full temporal support is in the Christian name It is a great alTnirto feed the world Just think of the fact that this morning sixteen hundred millions of our race breakfasted at Gods table The commissary department of a hundred thousand men in an army will engage scores of people but just think of a commissary dopartinentof a world Think of the gathering up from the rice swamps and the tea fields and the orchards and the fisheries No one but God to tell how many bushels it would take to feed five continents Then to clothe all these people how many furs must bo captured and how much llax broken and how much cotton picked Just think of the infinite ward Â¬ robe where 1000000010 of people get their clothes God spread the table first of all for His children Of course that would be a very selfish man who would not allow other people to come and sit at his table sometimes but first of all the right is given to Chris tian people and therefore it is extreme folly for them ever to fret about food or raiment Who fed tho whales sport Â¬ ing off Cape llatteras this morning Out of whose hand did tho cormorant pick up its food Whoso loom wove the butterflys wing Who hears the hawks cry If God takes care of a walrus and a Siberian dog and a wasp will lie not take care of you Will a father have moro regard for reptiles than If Goil for his sons and daughters clothes the grizzly bear and the pan Â¬ ther and tho hyena will He not clothe Come then this His own children morning and get the key of tho infinite store house Come and get the key of the infinite wardrobe Here they are All are yours all the keys So all the vicissitudes of this life so far as they have any religious profitare in the right of the Christian If you should stand among the Allegheny mountains especially near what is call the Horseshoe you would find a train of cars almost doubling on itself and sitting in the back car you see a loco motive coming as you look out of tho window and you think it Is another train when it is only tho front of the train in which you are riding and sometimes you can hardly tell whether the train is going toward Pittsburgh or toward Philadelphia but it is on the track and it will reach the depot for which It started anil all the passengers will be discharged at the right place Now there are a great many sharp curves In life Sometimes wo seem to be going tills way and sometimes wo seem to be going that way but If we aro Christians we am on the right track and wo aro going to come out at the right place Do not get worried then about the sharp curve A sailing vessel starts from New York for Glasgow Oh no Does It go In a straight line It changes Its tack every little while Now you say This vessel Instead of going to Glasgow must be going to Havre or It Is going to Hamburg or It Is going to Marseilles No no It is Glasgow And iu this voyage going to of life wo often havo to change our tack One storm blows us this way and another storm blows us that way but ho who holds the winds In his fist will bring us Into a haven of everlasting rest just at the right time Do not worry then if you have to change tack Ono of the best things that over hap Â¬ pened to Paul was being thrown oil his horse One of the best things that over happened to Joseph wur being thrown Into the pit The loosing of his physical eye sight helped John Milton to see tho Ono of tho best battle of tho angels things that ever happoned to Iguatlus was being thrown to the wild beasts in tho Coliseum and while eighty thous Â¬ and people were jeering at his religion ho walked up to tho fiercest of all tho lions and looked him iu tho eye as much us to say hero I uiu ready Â¬ Â¬ to bo devoured for Christs sake All In tho vision of that glorious constim things work together for your good If matlon I almost loso my foothold S you walk tho desert tho manna will havo to hold fust lest I bo ovcrcomo fall and tho sea will part If tho fover the glory Tho vision roso beforo br St Ish torch of sickness is kindled over John on Patmos and IIO rw it your pillow by its light you can read m uuriHb in iv Dioou rcu garment tho promise If tho waves of troublo riding on a whlto horse a dash high above your glrdlo across tho blast and across tho Rurge you can hear When thou passcst tho promise through the waters I will bo with thee You never owned a glove or a bIioc or a hat or a coat more certainly than yon own all tho frets and annoyances and exasperations of this life and they aro bound to work out your present and your eternal good They aro tho saws tho hammers the files by which you aro to be hewn and cut and smoothed for your eternal well being Here Is a vessel that goes along tho coast It hugs tho coast Tho captain of that vessel seeirs chieily anxious to keep the paint on his ship from being marred of the sallH from being torn When that vessel comes to port nobody looks on It with any Interest Hut hero Is a vessel that went across the sea with vast product and comes In with vast importation sails patched masts spliced pumps all working to keep out the water it has come through the hurÂ¬ ricane which has sunk twenty steam ers The bronzed men are cheering among Now the the rigging anchored In tho harbor boom forth their welcome through the port holes So there are some Christians who are having an easy time It seems to them smooth sailing all the time When they get Into Heaven there will be no excite- Â¬ ment there will be very few people who will ever find out they are there but those Christians who have gone through a hundred midnight hurricanes storm to the right of them storm to the left of them storm all tho way when they come up tho harbor of Heaven all the redeemed will turnout to greet them and bid them hail and men-of-war all Heaven following hlra on whlU horses What a procession Let JCU8 ride Ho walked tho way footsore weary and faint Now let him ride White horso of victory bear on our Chief Hozanna to tho son of DarUj Illdo on Jesusl Lot all Heaven follow him These cavalry of God fought well and they fought triumphantly Now let them bo mounted Tho pavel ments of gold ring under tho flying hoofs Swords sheathed and victories won like conquerors they sit on their Ye mounted troops of Ood chargers rldo on ride on 10000 abreast calvaU cade after cavalcade No blood dashed to the lips No blood dripping from the fetlocks No smoke of battle breathed from the nostril The battle Is ended the victory won Oh If there be any present who are yet enemies of tho Cross of Christ I beÂ¬ seech them at onco to be reconciled to God Remember if you are not found among the white robed army who fol low the Saviour in his victorious march your part must be with those concerning whom it is said The Lord Jesus shall be revealed from Heaven in flaming fire taking vengeance on those that know not God and obey not the Gospel of our Lord lesus Christ who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord and from tho glory of His power when Ho shall come to bo glorified in His saints and to be admired in all them that believe ROYAL INSIGNIA Â¬ Â¬ and tell you that the Christian owns not only this world but he owns the next world No chasm to be leaped no desert to be crossed There is the wall there is the gate of Heaven lie owns all on this side Now I am going to show that ho owns all on Death is not a ruffian the other side that conies down to burn us out of house and home destroying the house cf the tabernacle so that we should be homeless forever Oh no He Is only a black messenger who conies to tell us it is time to move to tell us to get out of this hut and go up into tho palace All Tho Christian owns all Heaven are yours Its palaces of beauty its towers of strength its castles of love Ho will not walk in the eternal city as a foreigner in a strange city but as a farmer walks over his own All the All aro yours premises mansions yours Angels your compan- Â¬ ions Trees of life your shade Hills Thrones of of glory your lookout Heaven the place where you will shout the triumph Jesus is yours God is yours You look up in the face of God Walk out on and say My brother the battlements of Heaven and look oft upon the city of the sun No tears No sorrow No death No smoke of toil- Â¬ ing warehouse curling on the air No vcjieo of blasphemy thrilling through that upright clear Sabbath morning No din of strife jarring the air Then take out your deed and remember that from throne to throne and from wall to wall and from horizon to horizon All are yours They get up into tho temple of tho sun worshipers in white each with a palm branch and from high gallery of that temple look down upon the thou Â¬ sands of thousands and the ten thou Â¬ sand times ten thousand and the one hundred and forty and four thousand and the great number that no man can number and louder than the rush of tho wheels louder than the tramp of tho redeemed heard a voice saying See the great proces Â¬ All aro yours sion marching around the throne of God Martyrs who went up on wings of ilame Invalids who went up from couches of distress Tollers who went up from tho work house aud the fac- Â¬ tory and the mine All the suffering and bruised children of Jod See the chariots of salvation in them those who were more than conquerors See them marching around about the throne of God forever and forever and know that all aro yours O ye who have pains of body that ex Â¬ haust your strength and wear out your patience 1 hold beforo you this morn Â¬ ing the land of eternal health and of imperishable beauty and all Is O ye who have hard work to yours get your daily bread hard work to shelter your children from tho storm I lift before you the vision of that land where they never hunger and they never thirst and God feeds them and robes cover them and the warmth of eternal lovo fills them and all that Is yours O yo whoso hearts aro buried iu tho grave of your dead O yo whoso happiness went by long ago 0 yo who mourn for countenances that never will light tip and for eyes closed forever sit no longer among the tombs but look here A home that shall nover bo broken up Green fields never cleft of tho grave Ransomed oner from you parted long ago now radiant with a joy that shall nover cease aud a lovq that shall never grow cold and wearing garments that shall never wither and know all that Is Yours the love Yours tho ac- Â¬ your claim Yours tho transport Yours tho day of tho elders Yours tho choiring of cherubim Yours tho Lamb that was slain four-and-twon- ty welcome 1 go further Crown and SrAptcr ol thu Kings of Old Srot luitil In a guarded room of tho great gray castle which overlooks the royal city ofEdinburgh are preserved the aneicnt regalia of Scotland the insignia of them sovereignty of the kingdom before it - glory of his country There is the crown of Robert the Uruce which he wore as a simple circle of gold at the battle of Itannocicburn It was afterward so encrusted with rubies diamonds and emeralds that it rested with the weight of five pounds upon the uneasy head of thu king who wore it The scepter with which the gallant King James V first ruled over his sub jects is a slight rod of silver a little more than three feet in lvngth orna- incut with three figures of the Virgin and tho patron saints of Scotland when Scotland believed in saints The handle is crowned with a large crystal beryl an ancient Stone of Power In which thu Druids divined the fuÂ¬ nothing dearer to the Scotchmans heart than these old symbols of the old time was united to England Perhaps there is Â¬ ture i be-- longing to Scottish kings Those treasures have a strange his tory When Charles I was beheaded they were in tho keeping of Ogilvy governor of Castle Dunnnttar To pro tect them from Croniwellssoldicrs they were given to a Mrs Granger wife oi tho minister of a little church ner Dun nottar She and her husband dug a hole before the pulpit at night and then buried them Duunottar Castle was taken by the Puritans and tho governor tho minister and their wives were put to the torture to force them to reveal where the re- galia were hidden Ono of the women it is said died on the rack but they nil kept the secret until Charles II was re stored At tho time of tho legislative union between England and Scotland in 1707 the jealous Scots again hid the regalln this time iu a huge oak chest In a room of the castle There they remained un known for a hundred and eleven years when the dungeons were searched and tho chest opened by a commission of which Sir Walter Scott was thu chief aud the royal insignia were found whole and unharmed It is said that a mighty shout went up from Edinburgh that day and that old men and children wept for joy Since then the regalia are cherished by Scotland as the emblems of her days of freedom and power y Americans have no visible sign of the strength and character of thoir countryX but tho Hag No cruel or brutal king can besmirch Its fair folds In tho eyes of the world but every boy who reads these lines can do it Just as lie shall make the name of nn American respected and honored among men he will add to its respect and honor Youths Companion A Hot Springs dressmaker can cut a dress to fit by simply measuring her customers neck lly and by science t will enable us to toll how many rackety thero will bo In tho neighborhood by measuring a womans tongue Arkan saw Thomas Cat Somo boys thinks they Is awful good cause their folks never misses church rain or shine but I notice when thoy has a apple they nover offers mo a bite They always chums with somo boys wots got poor front teeth Little Jolm- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ state and decorations and orders Hesido these there aro the sword oi i y- - A man thinks It Is all right for him to like money but ho has no admiration for the girl who likes another nam tho best beeauso ho has tho most AtchistM Â¬ Globe jj Tho spider probably thinks that tho boo is opting time in making honoy it urns ioru WHEN SHE COMES uy lovo nin conio In early spring s Through orchards April kissed v With uuppy uluo 1M caroling tn dreamy shies mul hush Then sing glad oriole The mournliiK of tho doves Biasing snR bobolink nml I thrush Of lovo unil lovo and lovo i MUrodMeXknS camp rowlod and auUonly I como n ranor Jnyw When neillflit nwnuimn rvsi AnJ down tho fields a Roldlluch sways Upon tho thistles crest Then blackthoat slngl You love tho bub inr ouall auild tho hoat jUd all your sougs shall mnke this one Or sho n JfySWCOH m J owcon i or My Thts su b shfno soft from golden aklcK 1W Sty happy wind to kiss Vt Jtor check and All my swonthoarts eyes V WltKolIsi and bliss and bllsii f VjlcrOBii a track of drifting snow jf the should chance to troad Pyiw lingering nRkes bail como and go b Around her darling hQad iv v tffce longing Hakes shall touch her hair ThHBnowbIrdB round her dart stag shining snow ana sinning nir sweetheaftl Swootheartl Sweothcartl fll would If sho shall como In sprlug That springtime might be hero I long for wlntor If It bring My lovo a day more near For what Is spring or what Is fall Love only makes tho skies My lovo shall blond tho Joy of all Sweet seasons In her oyua Charles ll Young In Ladles Homo Jonrnal w Ho wf pth mayfont through leafless trees muv utlr tlnio tho chlokudoes o rustling loaves i Jackson but they aro not likely to bother you I had my doubts but tho prospect of staying all night with Mendoz somo what reassured n and I started off in very good spirits My road took mo through a bccho of bewildering boauty llie tropical foltngo round mo glittered with all tho huos of tho rainbow Un- Â¬ known llowors of gorgeous magulil eonco and overpowering fragranco brightened tho roadside Suddenly I camo upon a pond of elenr water in an open spaco Hot dusty and travel worn I could not resist tho temptation Without counting tho con Â¬ sequences 1 fustoned tho mustang to a sapling and undressed iu a hurry plac iugmy revolvor under my clothes on the edge of tho water Then I plunged In uud enjoyed a refreshing swim One thing nnnoyed me All along tho way I mot with monkeys every whoro ThV nro two of tho worst men in said i Saved by an ape JYankoos Romarkablo Advonturo in Control Amorlca on my reAmerica i The quaint Spanish fash mystery ion of tho old city interested mo and I fduud it diflicult to tear myself uwny When I was ready to luavo my hriof so- Â¬ journ in the country had inspired mu rtithbo muuh oonlldonoo that I eagerly tinbrnced tho suggestion of my lund Jord to cross the isthmus on horse bade follow he said Take it leisurely the old road It tonohos various points You can make the along the canal journey in a couple of days and you will not mind spending u night in one of Â¬ Â¬ I Why I stopped in Panama turn from my trip to South -- villages canal was a pet hobby of mine 1 was anxious to sco how it was Hosides I had a friend progressing who was one of the contractors mid 1 wanted to pay him iv visit The next morning I mounted a gentle mustang furnished by my host and set out for Aspinwall the Altnntio port where 1 intended to take tho steamer As I wished to reach the camp of my friend Jackson by midday I rode rapid ly during the morning At one placo the road ran along in sight of the canal for half a mile Hero I saw a scone nqt to bo matched 11113 whero on earth Enormous machines were at work excavating thousands of tons of dirt and countless wagons were employed removing tho loose earth Myriads of workmen swarmed every- Â¬ where jabbering to each otlior in all tho tongues of tho known world Among them wore men from all the countries of tho world Americans Af- Â¬ ricans hinamen West indlaus and Mnluys The fierce looks cast upon mo by these fellows alarmed me but I pretended to be a calm spectator of the animated scene One of the contract Â¬ ors was about and from him learned that I would lind Jackson about live wiles further on Are you armed asked the con- Â¬ DelAisseps Now the Â¬ 1 tractor collected him that I had a revolver will probably need it before you reach Aspinwall said he You are passing through thirty thousand of tho worst cut throats that wero over I told You After hearing that 1 had a great mind to return to Panama but the dread of being lauirhed at made me decide to push on Assuming a determined busi Â¬ nesslike look I put spurs to my mus tang and ambled through the motley of laborers until I had tho satis Â¬ faction of leaving them liuhind me Fortunately 1 encountered no obstacle and Jacksons camp was made just in time for dinner Hero 1 was safe Jackson was a big fellow whoso men wore nearly nil perfect security been lato in tho night It must have Americans Ho was delighted to soo when 1 hoard something moving in tho mc and gave mo a capital dinner room under me Looking through tho During the two hours that I spent with opening in tho floor I could see noth- Â¬ Wm I HUed him full of news and he ou ing I struck a match and by tho flick- Â¬ tho other hund told mo a lot of wondor flamo recognized tho monkoy fl things about tho canal Ho mndo eringwretch still woro my coat and in Tho tioseorot of his conviction that tho en tho dim uncertain light his appearance terprise would drag along for years was nioro repulsive than ever Ut as ho wns making bushels of money I lay down again knowing that tho tho delay played into his hands As I beast could not get into tho loft and declined to stay all night with him commenced planning for his destruc- Â¬ Jackson gave mo some directions about tion in tho morning I was satisfied y route and nt my departure confided belonged to a species that tho animal l me a paukagu containing ton thou of mountain apes of gruat Btrength sand dollars nsklngmo to deposit it for uud terrible ferocity Their ounning I un in onu of tho banket nt Aspinwall hoard was olmost human mdthoy did 1 uggostcd in not scruple- to attack men nnd retid thut thoro was danger frying hucIi a sum of money through them limb from limb I concluded country but tho stalwart fellow when tho morning light appeared to toughed at my fears Ho said that I draw tho brutes attention and shoot jould mako tho haciouda of Don Frun one of his eyes Having set- Â¬ him cc Mendo at nightfall where I tled in this plan I wus about drop on vuld bo royally ontortalned Hy duy ping into a doze when I heard voices ilKht ho thought I could tako euro of outaldo tho hut I listened with alert Â¬ together Pg them was one of a species that I had not seen before Ho was a ferocious looking monster fully flvo feet high and as muscular as a bear Jlefore I realized the situation this great long- legged fellow swooped down on my clothes and started with them for the woods Kor a moment I was absolute- Â¬ ly paralyzed it was no joko to rido to Aspinwall in a decent rig but I had no fancy for tho role of Lady tiodivn Thoro was no time to lose Tho monkey had loft my revolver and as soon as 1 could sdzo it I fired He gavo a howl of rago and dropped uvorything but my coat I hastily jumped into my roooverod gartuonts and gavo chase It was useless Tho thief scurried up into the top of a tall uocoauut tree and in a twinkling of an eye put on my coat buttoning it round him and then proceeded to hurl coeoanuts at me with such precision that 1 was glad to quickly leap into the saddle and ride oil Hut my troubles had just begun I had reconciled myself to the loss of 1113 coat us Jacksons money was iu an in side pocket of my waist but the mon Â¬ key showed a disposition to follow me After liriiig at hitn several times 1 gave it up His tough hide seemed bullet proof nmltftero was no chaucoto kill him unless I shot him iu tho eye The declining sun warned mo that it was time to seek shelter for tho night and 1 know that in these tropical soli- Â¬ tudes there was no twilight I saw no cultivated fields no houses 10 signs of tho hacienda of Don Francisco Momlev The situation was growing serious Occasionally a stone weighing a pound or two was hurled at me from some leafy covert and then tho gigantic monkoy would givo a horrible luujrli and scamper uvyny He was a funny looking chap in my blue ilmiiiolcont but I was too angry to enjoy the comic aspect of the matter It struck me that if tho brute caught me in the dark h would mako an ond of mo in no time It was both horrible and humiliating such a death in tho tangled forests of this savage land Just then I saw a short distance oil in a cleaving a square stone hut Hero was shelter and protection 1 was not disappointed much to lind it uninhabited It was strongly built with no windows and one entrance from which the door had long since rotted uwny A stepbulder led to the loft Ascending I found a small apart ment dimly lighted by round holes in the wall which had evidently been used by sharpshooters at some revolutionary period in the history of tho country 1 My miud was made up in an instant picketed went back to my mustang and him about one hundred and sixtyyards from tho hut in tho bushes Then 1 re turned to my fortress just as darkness closed in upon me uud sought refuge in tho loft pulling up the ladder after mo 1 was safe hero oven from tho mon- Â¬ keys and I lay down feeling a senso of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ interest they took in my movemonts amusod mo not a little Sometimes thoy chattered at mo indignantly and shook tholr lists almost in my face At a wave of my hand however they iled in precipitate terror As soon as I entered the lake tho monkeys took fresh courage They scrambled about In droves and abused mo to their hearts content Among They woro of all sizes and tho I recognized tho voices Pedro nnd Juan hail followed mo all tho way from Jnckfions camp What to do was tha question It was hard to decide and I waited further developments Tho two robbers conversed In low whispers and nil I could henr was their flnul agree ment to rush In and overpower me Wonder what theyll do with tho monkoyV I said to mysoif with a chuckle I hear tho American moving said Pedro It was tho monkoy The monster was walking in the circle all tho time and tho dead leaves that had drifted into tho hut rustled undor his foot There was another whispered consulta- Â¬ tion and tho Mexicans rushed Into tho room below The outlaws saw a dark form uud charged with their long mur- Â¬ derous knives I heard two dull thuds ami know that Pedro and Juan had been daubed headlong against tho walls gasped Juan Mother of Moses Â¬ Knife him Idiot cried Pedro knUv him yourself The robbers mndo another rush Ah ah yelled Pedro Where aro you Juan This hog of an American has me by tho throat uud I have lost my knife Ho is a domonl groaned Juan Ho is pounding my head against tho wall A volley of yells followed and then a Through it all I chorus of groans heard an ominous dull thud At length silence prevailed ami I knew that all was over My last match was gone but to my grent delight it was almost morning With the first rays of daylight I peered through lho hole in tlio Door It was a ghastly sight that met my gaze Tho two Mexicans lay on tho lloor qulto dead Their heads had been smashed to jelly against tho walls and their throats bore dark blue marks Sitting in the corner was the monkey Ho was bleeding profusely and was evidently seriously hurt At first I thought I would sparo him Ho saved my life and I was gratoful Hut when I fixed the ladder and descended tho untamable boast prepared lor a spring and there was such evident malice in his oyes that I aimed at his eye mid fired One shot did tho work He rolled over dead It was no place for mo after such an adventure and at onco went in search To my great joy ho of my mustang was all right and I was soon in tho saddlo and on my way to Aspinwall Depositing Jacksons money in the bank when I arrived 1 immediately I knew that it boarded the htcamer would not be prudent to speak of tho two Mexicans and 1 hud a suspicion that a statement of tho part tho monkey had borne in tho tragedy would be re Â¬ garded by tho authorities as a story So 1 wisely kept my mouth shut until I was aguiu among friends Of course I have never wasted 11113 regret on Pedro and Juan but I still hold my horrible friend the monkey 1 cock-aud-bu- ll Will the jf o p be able to eel onlze enough negroes to stand off tk Hlood has bcon shed at the Home- Â¬ loss of tho labor vote if stead mills Pinkerton Janizaries hired doesnt come down Loulsvlllo Courier by Carnegie have killed uud wounded a Journal rY score or more of workiugmen lu a bat Â¬ It Is nil very well to soy that Mr Â¬ tle brought on by CnrnegloH determination to lower tho wages of his em- Â¬ Harrison ought not to select lobbyist Â¬ ployes peaceably tf ho can forcibly If and tricksters to manage his cam paign but there is only ou Way ia ho must His employment of these president ki tills armed hirelings shows that ho is ready elect a ropubllaaa high tariff wrong U to shoot down the wages of American country while the to bo supported St Louis Republic labor if he cant lower them by simply Clovoland will give us a grand posting n notice of reduction demooratlo administration one that It is not necessary to defend tho lockod out worktngmen in their nets of every citizen as well as democrat can violence Thoy have become pnrticeps bo proud of and he will carry for- crimlnls lu a broach of tho peace but ward those reforms in tho ffencraTKOv thoy tiro not responsible for the tragedy erniuont which made his first term at the Carnegie iron works They sim Â¬ in the presidency a notable ono in the ply fought plutocracy with Us own history of the country Niagara Fall weapons mid until Pinkcrtonism is put Journal Wall street is not alarmed lo- Â¬ down by law the hirelings of tho plutocrats must bo taught by such les Â¬ calise the republican senate has passed sons us that at Homestead that if they a frcn silver bill It understands appeal to Winchesters they shall perish that It is merely a bit of buncombe to plnoalo tlib republican farmers at lho by Winchesters Tho Carnegie Stool Company limited west and keep them from voting the deliberately and probably intention- peoples ticket It will not be signed ally provoked a breach of tho peace by by tho president but tho farmers will sending the armed Plnkertons to Home- bo fooled us usual N Y World No man who favors further pro- Â¬ stead According to their own pub lished statement they had appealed to tection for tho tnrlff mado plutocrats the sheriff of Allegheny comity for who are absorbing tho wealth of the protection and ho was acting upou country has any excuse for voting tho their appeal Itcyoud doubt had tho democratic ticket No man who favors AmnrlcMH THE HOMESTEAD EXAMPLE rrutectot llutocrncy Denis Death te Labor OPINION AND POlNTErtkoyk Crnfi -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 ilt i 1 V Atrit mmv JrWEMm A JrtH l U f -- in great esteem N Y Dispatch ftK2k Ak JMmmwmi rv -- THE PHCEN1X What AiKlentH What Protection Does for the Workingman AWout V AW f - A- - t I The ancient tradition concerning tho Phumix has introduced into almost all languages tho custom of applying that name to whatever is singular or un Arabia is common among its kind said to have been tho homo of tills fabulous bird According to Herodotus and other ancient writers the Phuiiix was a bird of great beauty and was about the Â¬ lalilo lllnvcl lUril the protection for the tolling masses from the oppression of legalized greed and posse at his command ho would have extortion has any excuse for voting tho sought such other aid as is provided for republican ticket It is equity versus in emergencies by the laws of Pennsyl Â¬ extortion right against wrong a reve- Â¬ vania Without waiting for him to act nue tariff against a robber tariff St in the regular and lawful way tho Paul Ctloje Carnegie limited Steel Company The evldonco lu the pension in- Â¬ sought to steal a march on their em Â¬ vestigation is conclusive on the point ployes by sending down 11 body of thai under Commissioner lluum pon- privato mercenaries to take possession sions are distributed In Indiana for of the works at night and from behind campaign purposes as thoy woro under the stockade of Fort Krlek overawe Commissioner Dudley Does Jlaumstay their discharged workiugmen by a dis or go Upon President Hurrisons deÂ¬ play of armed force cision of this question rests the reputa Â¬ In this they have been beaten after a tion of his administration for decent bloody battle iu which human lives government Albany Argus were sacrificed for which Carnegie and This indignant Army of workmen his managers aro clearly responsible They will now abandon their private knows that their situation with high war and wait as they should have done prices of living and reduced wagesat first for the sheriff to act I le must could not bo madu worse undor demoand no doubt will protect them in the eratle rule They are now doubtless possession and operation of their works willing to take their chances on that and tho state military has been called point but tholr present dealing Is with tho republican party That Is the party out iu order to accomplish it Ultimately of course Carucgio will that has wantonly deluded and be Â¬ win Ho has the law ou his side and trayed them That is tho party that has behind tho law is tho resistless power invited and deserved punishment of tho state If tho Homestead work Rochester Herald iugmen do not surrender and accept his Protection has made capitalists rich It bus enabled thoiu to live in terms they must give place to stranger imported for the purpose who are will- Â¬ luxury far away from tho grimy aur ing to take wlmt they can get Thoy rouudings of tholr mines and mills to must leave tho little homos which thoy maintain palaces in New York in have built for themselves and paid for Purls iu London and In the hills of Mr Citrncgio goes back to out of their scanty savings tho churches Scotland where they have worshiped and tho the homo lu which ho was born a peas- Â¬ cemeteries where Ho tholr dead Thoy ant richer by moans of taxes from the must take their wives and little ones American people than the nobility and seek elsewhere tho opportunity to wliose hereditary castles he rents He earn bread by tho sweat of their brows founds libraries and music halls aud They must move on or bo shot down lives like a gilded prince on his bounty when they venture to assort against fostored profits His workiugmen on millionaire employers tholr right to the other hund are always struggling for their rights N Y World sharcin the benefits of protection Perhaps it may ocoitr to tho Amalga Â¬ The local organs of MoKinloylsm mated Association of Steel and Iron will servo the intorosts of their party Workers that when tho Homesteaders best by maintaining a profound silence aro driven out they may bo sot to mis as to tho cause of tho reduction of wages sionary work If they wero scattered by the Iron and steel trust Tho cause over tho country thoy could impress is clear to every one who chooses to see upon tholr fellow workman everywhere The trust reducos wages because it has n most instructive object lesson upon the power to do so and the tariff gives the workings of McKinley protection in no help to the hapless workmen The making Carnegie forty times n million- Â¬ republican tariff Is a fraud It protect aire while giving Ills workiugmen tho only thoso who like Mr Carnegie choice of accepting reduced wages or need no protection but aro hungryKVv becoming tramps St Louis llopubliu more money to add to the mlllUMff The republican party Is on the which the tariff 1ms enabled themktS take from tho pockets of the unpre defensive and advancing backward tccted cousunlor Sun Francisco Ex- Â¬ with constantly increasing celerity aminer Detroit Free Press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sheriff found himself unable to protect them in their legal rights with tho Â¬ Â¬ A shining and most beautiful crest adorned tho head tho feathers on the neck were a bright golden color while those on tho body wore a rich purple tho tail was white intermixed with red and the eyes sparkled like diamonds Only one of these birds could live at a time but it lived live or six hundred years When that period drew to an end it built for itself a funeral pile of wood and aromatic spices with her wings it fanned thu pile into a blaze and therein oonsuinnl itself From its ashes a worm wns produced out of which another Pluunix was formed having all tho freshness of youth The first euro of the now Phuiiix wns to solemnize its parents obsequies 1or that purpose it made a ball In the shape of an egg out of myrrh frnuklncensM and other fragrant things At Holiopolis a city of lower Egypt thoro was a magnificent temple dedi cated to th sun After makiug tho ogg shapud ball as heavy as it could possibly carry tho Pluunix then took the ball on it shoulders and flying to tho temple at Holiopolis burnt it on tho altar of the sun Tho priests then Inspected the register and found that exactly flvo hundred yearsor exactly tljc hundred years lind elapsed since the tmmu ceremony had last takcu place Tho Phconlx is always represented as rising from the midst of names Wide Awake Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ size of an eaglo Â¬ Afttronoinlrnl Item Â¬ vsolf ears Whll0 this was going on I saw two ft n vnn Niiv Pedro this American futnl looking Mexicans at a abort dis- Â¬ is inside wo should ambush him and tance watching us intently uud confer- - shoot him when ho comes out in tho I was Now by all tho saints Juan you arc a coward tho reply of Pedro I said llko all hli i Mhn Enirllshmnn Hollo thorol Pedro and you Juan 1ih bin oyes open and Routed Jackson Got to work you countrymen drop ou us uy beggaral muy get the dont llko tho looks of thoso together in low tones rns- - 1 I Prof Snore of Columbia college is n heavy built man of slow movements whoso personal appearance Is suggest- Â¬ ive of a bear Ho is also in charge of tho astronomical department Meeting student Anjerry tho professor said Thomas do you take an interest in the movements of the heavenly bodies Yes professor I like to look at tho stars onco in awhile Well if you want to observe thu movements of tho Great Hear como to my ro in Uwilght Ill bo In Tuxas Siftlugs WFW TT fJPltfcP riliwVfiiy iwniw aid wyffff tV i j jp fl IT jT TT r 1 nuciinv f Hniie Square rfrifcWli Hazel Geeen Herald SPENCER COOPER - - - Editor I Wiiun a candidate ignores Tin llKit- - malls on the contrary they have in a a inNforiune It would l to tho lolm tlteoaiididate will in turn lo ignored number of notable instances prevented Coiumnmvcnlth of Kentucky should I lie end ofldn Young Hrown die before by Tin HkuaiH Avery natural con- - othcis interfering with mail trains and mv jcuuiu i Never neloro in us uisinry term have assisted iu getting them through What mKmmKS UWjw Ivxibwl IKVWJ BBK3C liHaJttl 9VBrBk flrraKABByBBBHffta HAZEL GREEN KY Puiday A little August H the brainy and brilliant young barrister political excitement was injected into DEMOCRATIC TICKET and ho of your own town too will bo tho August dullness by the unexpected forgiven only on the condition that you arrival of Mr Thomas H Carter chair For President promise to bo more alert in the future man of the Hepublioan National com Â¬ CROVER CLEVELAND o mittee in Washington early this week o o Of Kuw York se What did he come for wa the question Tin Wolfo county convention to For Vice President lect delegates to the Irvine convention that every newspaper man on duty tried town Ky ADLAI E STEVENSON to bo held Wednesday the Hist inst to to Hud the nnswer to nod it is by no Of Illinois nominate a Democratic candidate for means certain that any of them succeed The Deaf Hear the Blind Congressman from this district will be ed although he was followed everywhere JUDICIAL TICKET Receive Sight and held at Campton tomorrow Saturday He called at the residence of ho went For Circuit Judge the Lame Walk and the choice will be between Hon M Secretary Elkins but that gentleman D H KEDWINE 1 D Sublett was out of town he called at the White O Lisle of Clark Hon have hcen a great NiitVcrer from eatarrli Of Breathitt County of Magollin and Hon O A Bowles House but uolMidy was there but the of thu head lor sixteen years It dent roved At this writing it is absolutely guess doorkeeper and his servants he spent an my hearing so much ho that for the last COUNTY TICKET work to say who will have the call but hour or more in the olllce of Col W W your I could not hear uiiythiug even near For Circuit Clerk from tho information wo have wo in- Dudley who has thus far declined to me had to into a pencil My general con JONAS F VANSANT cline to the belief that their respective take any part in the campaign and iu dition was very had Had tried all sorts of For Sheriff chances stand about as named Either accordance with a hoary headed custom drug treatment without henelit to me wiih GEORGE W DRAKE I of tho three would make an acceptable that ought to bo broken up he called at growing worse all the time until lime 4 procured one of vour KlectropoNes hegim candidate to the party and we hope the tho General Land office of which he using it according to directions commenced FOR CONOUKSS in harmony and wiih tho official head for a few mouths We n ro mithorixcd to announce MAKCUS convention will bo held to improve alter three weeks something Elsowhere we publish and was the recipient of a gold watch seemed to pop in my ears when hearing C IIShK of Clark county as n candidate part in peace and chain purchased with money con- improved I can now hear any one in an for Congress la the Tenth Kentucky district the call of the county chairman subject to tho action of the Democratic tributed by the employes of that oflice ordinary tone of voice I am greatlv re o o pnrly Some kind friend knowing tho great Those who are trying to keep up with lieved of my troubles llelicvc it will only We are authorized to announce Hon O admiration we hold for John Young the political procession have placed Ten he necessary to continue its use to ho resC BOWLKS of Pike county as a candidate Brown on account of his fidelity to his nessee in the doubtful column which tored to perfect health Have used no other for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district iu with it I cheerfully friends has placed us under obligations appears to be unusually dark and contin- remedy connection to notion of tho Deniocratio party recommend it to sutlerlng humanity It W aubect for a copy of the Covington Post of the ually growing since the announcement V Cannon and others know of the truth 3AlYRRMVIIMt K 10 182 July To the Democrat of the 10th Congres 17th inst containing n part of tho Gover- Â¬ of the independent candidacy of Gover- Â¬ fulness of this statement sional Diatrlct On the first dav of this nors record while he was a member of nor Buchanan was received The claims July 4th 1811 month I announced myself a candidate for will be remembered that of the Peoples party men are on the in It GFO II MACOMKSIUS Congreaa subject to tho action of the Dem Congress ocracy of this district This was before I wo referred to Mr Browns record while crease they now say that they expect 1 91 Sun Jnnulnto street Dallas Texas knew of the candidacy of either Mr Ken For further particulars apply to Dulloi booming him for tho Gubernatorial nom- to carry at least ten States and to elect dull or Mr Howies I sin still a candidate subject to the action of mv party ination and that wo laid great stress not less than one hundred members of A Webb 4th and Jellerson streets Louisl I SUMKTT ville Ky upon it At that time we were ignorant tho next House Jtfr Klectiou November 8 1892 of tho events in his career just reproIt is already apparent that Washinglie runs for ton is to be more lavishly decorated for Whatever else may bo said of Gov duced in tho Post and when afford us will the G A R National encampment than WKMSS Hrown he must be commouded for his United States Senator it cs publish the part it has ever been for a Presidential inauoven greater pleasuro to veto course It were better to upset tho Post has made guration Hazel Green Heraim In addition to the decoration calculations of sotno of her citizens now of his record which the public Tho Governor never fails his of private buildings along the route of than later on two the Commonwealth JOIt HUNTING establishment is now friends nor will we tho parade which will be general and nrvitareit to execute orders for all kinds involved iu endless litigation o Minutes o profuse the committee on decoration of printingi such ns Catalogues ni m o o i o o ociicaos on iuun ig Tux Kentucky Legislature which ad- bus adopted a plan for the erection of jueuerneaos frtVWheu aaic want prlnt 2 you iCards Ktc Hal Pointer the fast son of Tom journed on Tuesday the 16th inst to forty four arches at the intersections of ling try Tick Hkhvid and save inotieyf Hal last week smashed to smithereens Noyember the twenty two streets which cross Penn Â¬ sygssgcSgcaccgas3SKjas the pacing record of 200 held by Johu meet again on the 16th of convened in extraordinary session sylvania avenue lietween the Capitol and son going the mllo in 205 to a pneuma- was week by proclama Washington Circle one for each State tic-tired sulky weighing 02 pounds on Thursday of this tion of tho Governor who names in his and a colossal memorial arch ninety five This is tho fastest mile ever gone In har Â¬ manifesto the measures to be considered feet high across Pennsylvania avenue ness DUCK LINE o vir Uovenue and Taxation Corpora- in front of tho Department of Justice DBILT o o The Frankfort correspondents of sov tions Suffrage and Elections Worlds Preparations are also under way which BETWEEN Exposition Attorneys at promise to make the electrical street ileral of tho daily papers name Senators Columbian Â¬ Mulligan Goebel and McCain and Spea Law Redisricting the State into Cir- lumination the most brilliant ever seen ana Hazel Gresn ker Moore as a quartetto who are hatch cuit Court Districts Classification of It seems probable also that the encamp ing a conspiracy against Gov Brown Cities and Fiscal Courts Under tho ment will give a name to the beautiful SuIIack leaves Hothuell every morning They purposo to nullify his veto and new constitution only tho bills named and extensive lot just south of the White Sunday excepted at SiO and urrives ut be considered at this session and House that will be a decided improve- Â¬ Hazel U recti at fi10 I M Leaves Himl down his highness generally That they can may defeat his veto is possible but it is there is a vague hope that the vampires ment on that of the White Lot by which Ireen every morning Sundav excepted Mat 0 oclock arriving at Kothwell at -- 40 l hardly probablo that they can politically may now do something to earn their sal- Â¬ it has always been known It is to be and connecting with the K fcS A train aries and not savor so much of slothful used during the encampment for holding for Mt Sterling There the K fcS A con down ono so faithful to his friends neets with train for Lexington Frankfort o nes reunions and on the 19th of September and Louisville so parties can get to the o o o o o The Stato Board of Education or at it will be dedicated with imposing cere Â¬ above places the same day they leave Hazel The Lexington Transcript has been monies as Grand Army Place and it Green least three of them Superintendent Ed Porter Thompson Prof L T Gaines of sold to Senator James 11 Mulligan and is expected that the new name will sup Â¬ 2 Washington is on its Louisville and Prof J J Dickey of Ed Fnrrel Esq of that city and they plant the old Ladies and children traveling without Jackson met ut Frankfort hist week but took possession of the plant this week mettle and proposes to show the rest of escort will he kindly cared lor We have did not do any business owing to tho Those acquainted with Mr Mulligan tho country how well and how easily it old experienced drivers Yours respectfully absenco of Secretary of State Headley know him to boas faciloof pen as heiscan entertain the half million people TAHOU A DkIUSK jut5tf and Attorney General Hendriek tho fluent in speech and this means that wit who will attend the encampment for a Kentucky Training School other two members Thero will be an and wisdom will How in the fiuid with week The leading business men of tho Mt Sterling Ky other meeting in a few weeks when all which he writes and that if he has an axe city are on the various committees which the text book publishers will have an to grind it will be ground to an exceed- - wj 8P0 tal overy visitor has a comfort Â¬ ing keen edge With Mr Parrel wo hnvo ai0 put0 to deep and plenty to eat opportunity to parade their products o no personal acquaintance but he is saut am timt no extortionate prices nro 0 o John P Buchanan- elected as tho to bo a young man of much ability and j crged for anvthing homolike Military ichool with collegDemocratic Governor of Tennessee has their journalistic success is therefore Representative McCrearyof Kentucky ia A practical Number limited room lull last year course We tip our beaver and wel stopped iu Washington while on his Apply early Major C W FOWLER Superintendent announced for re election on an indepen litem red dent ticket and been indorsed by tho come tho new team to tho tripod way home from the East long enough o Stato Alliance As ho has rendered him o o to notify tho Stato department that he P1ILL CO Nancy Hankh or Miss Nancy would imMti his appointment as one of the self obnoxious by commuting tho death aentence of the cold blooded murderer perhaps now bo proper as great homage United States Commissioners to the In Is running constantly and doing the het ot at the loweit price If Clay King and by his vascillatlng Is being paid her on Wednesday of Inst j tornational Monetary conference Speak work Special accommodations for customers courso in the mine troubles thero can be week broke tho record for fast trotting Niitu from n distance be said K 0f t0 conference Without detriment to our home trade no doubt of his overwhelming defeat by at Washington Park track Chicago ray people whero I have been have the regular Democratic nominee Sinco going tho mile in 207J Sunol who talked of the conference and regardless No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls his recont actions he is in bad odor with last year lowered the time of Maud S 0f their political opinions have spoken tho Alliance mauy members having ro 208 to 2081 accomplished the feat on f jt as n matter of great importance We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade uounced and batterly denouueed him a kite shaped track and that dont go jt j jUit0 evident that there is a very o THE HAYTOWN HILL CO with horsemen as theso new fangled general expectation among the business o o SnVKUAL battles between miners and tracks nro said to bo two or three seconds mon 0f the country They appear to W MANKKIt Manager JelTtf Miss fcej tinl f nn absolute settlement of tho tho Stato militia occurred at Coal Creek faster than the regulation track U J- - F LOCK HART Tenn laHt week over the convict labor Nancy therefore is queen of the trotting goii nmi HUver standards of currency Is employed in tho mines and tho loas to turf and all truo Keutuckiaus hoist their not reached by this conference that pro tho minora ia reported at fifteen killed hats in her honor gross will at least bo made towards such F fFlS o and H3 many more wounded whllo tho o o a settlement at some time in the near soldier loss is four or five killed and a The dato for tho meeting of WiirK the convention meets at Camp future KZKL KY like number wounded Gen Carues in ton Saturday it should confine Its choice tho conference will not be determined command has succeeded in quelling tho to delegates favorable to either Bowles upon until the new British government OMBS HOUSK insurrection and has over 200 of tho Sublett or Lislo and none other Let shall express its pleasuro in the mutter OAM1TON KY miner under arrest including the lead each man attending that convention see which It Is expected to do at once era Theso will bo tried nt once and that only tho gentlemen named luwo Postoflice ofitclrtlnnnllclpnte no trouble S S COMBS fttotiturroK there is Httlo doubt that many of thorn consideration down on the under iu forwarding the malls on account of Sit The patronage of the traveling public U will themselves get to bo convicts as a strappers and still hunters who hope to tho railroad strikes as the strikers hnvo respectfully solicited Table tho best and nmUof their crimes against tho State slip in by strategy nover Interfered anywhere with the every attention to the comfort of guiMo Aiiff 20 1802 dlgilltv of the Commonwealth o muni uc t I viu penned on me iwu oi out num Observer Really Colouol Hiieh nlwont-mlndei i i ness as you evinco in mo mmvu i mv- ctisuble Surely you know tutu in oveni of such a calamity tlio Lieuteintut Gov criior would Hiiceeodand you must know also that ho is looked upon by tho Iex iugton people as being the peer of any youiiK politician in the State That you should forget Hon Mitchell C Alford d- a 9 4 on time Krei Tuition 1 KiianKI out will have a struct ear line in operation within the next month nr six weeks and members of the IjegNhi turn who wish to commune in Caw will thus be a Horded the facilities to do sn but they should get away before n riso in the river WASHINGTON LETTER iK CRcn Wahiunoton Â¬ The trustees of Georgetown college have provided to give free tuition to three young men from each comity in the State on tho following conditions That they are unable to pay their tuition 2 That they are young men of good mural character That they have been studious and give promise of good application Should more than three apply choice will be made by competitive examination The fall term of the college opens on September fith For further particulars address Rev M M Riley D D George 1 Â¬ femxnuiaciuringuiwilr OUIlt 135 E Custom IILUiUiliLin ss MAIN STREET LEXIHGTOM KY WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS JWLFJY Solid Sillier AND ESffl Â¬ I Optical Goods their Trimble Bros WHOLESALE 1 Â¬ Â¬ 6B0GI1S MT STKULINO KY rjfrCousiintmnts of produce and the piitroiinue of Mountain Merchants respect fully solicited JeUly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wihohteTbau WlXCHKaTKK KY N Â¬ II WITHKltSPOON U I PreHident HUNTKU Cnahifr Â¬ Paid up Capital 2OOO00Oa Â¬ Â¬ Surplus 6000m Â¬ Â¬ This Bank solicits the nccnunrsof mer chant farmers traders and business mm Ketierally throughout Kasteru Kentucky mid tillers its cuNtomers every facility ami the most liberal terms within the limit of legitimate hanking oetlSlT Â¬ Â¬ Traders Depose Bjmik MT STERLING KY 30000 Â¬ ins Capital J M 200000 Suhhus Â¬ G L KI UK PATRICK Vioe Hwrident W W THOMSON Paablrr o HIGSTAFF President We respectfully solicit the hiuuness of mfr- chants farmers traders and business men gcneriillv throughout Knstern Kentucky A jrencral nankin business done Oi ui a chance to send you a bnnk hook ay par checks and loan you monev when in nrnl W W ThomiHON Cah Â¬ R S STRADER Successors to 74 K SON A fcCs J A Lau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MM IKXIXGTOX KY Main Stiiket Wholesale Dealers in Straight Kentucky Ekaaiiis Whiskies c Wines 1 A SPECIALTY CIO A KS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper OKI Tarr and Old Taylor FINE OLD WHISKY FARE Each Way EL IIGTi it lUi B t nvusv rnwo L 157 G FEDEE RACK STREET CINCINNATI OHIO S IVIUMUIMI KHY i Â¬ I l imls nf siiisll wares and oilier iooils in Notlou nmi Furnishiiii woods Line nivmi II GIOVKS IllANKKTS SUS KIIAlVI IIOh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aoiT AG Fkmhu A Co orc UK Church Street New iuSpeeial attention to mail orders mt w qwu in jrmtTTrT Â¬ TllllYTOWK WORMS VIMIEME FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all Worm Remodlei EVERY BOTTIE GUARANTEFD WHITES CREAM j i frmaT HHlUBBiWSOrmoH SOLD EVKItYWIIElltstww t CO D ROSE DeBUSK PUACTIOAI 3HC 1 Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAHEL iUEEN KY Ithicksinithlnj of nil kinds solicited We inuke n M1 work promptly done of building iMiurse wagon and guartini all work thr All who arc indebted to NOTICK linn or either of us for work iiiut and settle uidcashorsatislactory term he demanded for nil work done lureui jr J Thanking voti for pa t pntmnagtJiSiK Melting ii continuance of the UOSK A PkIH repectfullr O v v fm Y rfl 1 tdt- A tJtAA J t u m im i wi in in lann -- mm ii mi IM IWmtipmM wm fjtfm Jm Grant Hurst who Uvea on Upper Still- - fltance tho trying of n Commonwealth water took from tho counter of J T case too County Superintendent of Pulh forcer circulation In Wolfe Morgan Day Co a packngo of goods belonging lie Schools tho court is another thing til oilier iinpvni In the ITT Itrentliltt than to Henry Wilson on Monday evening that n astonishingly new I lvlllu mid Mucin late StVr nnd Hint night Geo V Drake tho SiiKlll nml H tiik njr mkiiuim throuKh J II Doling is walking around this detective who happened to bo here nnd mU loHfiMiro Moiinniin Irmle -morning with a faco ai long as a French ADVKIlTKSIMi KATKS Mr w ilson followed him to tho haul of TKANHIhNT fiddle or a lato breakfast Tho causo of leas iivrtlciiicut linertcd lor Tor thnn 3 Stlllwnter nnd nrrcMcd him recovering tho doleful expression on his mug is lliv llrt the goods 4inlh will be 7fl cents an Inch Hurst said lie took tho goods from tho fact that ono is a boy and tho ifiliin and - cenH u ila n cnen u oy mistake but ns ho lias onlv been out Irfllltl other a girl nJS AM TltANHIKNT ADVKItTIKINO MUST of tho pen about a year and Jio goods Jordan Wills and company started for JvAW IS ADVANtlt were altogether unliko those he had pur- tho mouth of Frozen this morning on a 7 r0 cnased this story would not go down 1 iMh 12 months with Judge D S Godsev before whom fishing expedition An infant son of Mr nnd Mrs Frank ho had nn examining trial Tuesday nnd l hcii Clark died last week his honor bound him over to the grand s juiy Detective Drake escorted him to John Brown la very low with fever rntPN on larger atlvcrtUciiiutiiH L Liberal jail at Campton Tuesday Lac known on implication August 22 Winoixss rTjicnl notices to lo Interaperacil among Liillni matter 10 cent a Hue with a ills Aunt July Little well known to POWELL COUNTY v I v Mint 01 our people died near Campton on Mon llnwrn llURm rwore r0bltiuirlc tributes ol icpmt etc Ilcn day anil was buried on Tuesdny For J N Lawrence hns been among us for alx words to the lino nml hciuI IflAZEL Green Herald J TAYLOR DAY t lxltfi JP JfcCt j t mi nt Wholesale- nml UoUil Dealers - ill FLOYD 04l3H Im Ti i General fcttflse OREEN KY IIAEL Largest Stock and Lowest Prices yHLk L 5 tW BHm 1 of any Live Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in oxchango for goods or on notes and accounts tucky Â¬ houo in Eastern Ken- Â¬ fijf Count Wo will write yenrs she was separated from her hus Â¬ a few days inspecting ties Kbacv with tho manuscript ft conn a lino band and mado her homo among friends KTltuurlcH mill publish at Miss Luln Young was visiting Win r eviiuig Slw leaves two grown daughters one 1 Liiii umicn uui ArrilKc McDonald last Saturday incs jolleltcd ami published ritKK Miss Ret Combs of Stanton was vis eJrlllllH KOlt IlKtUMAIl ADVKKTIKINO Richmond nnd one at this place May HYABIBQlAKTKKIV ON IlKMAND God rest her soul nnd be to her n comfort iting in our midst last Wednesday Till TOPICS OF TIIK DAY Men are talking Rhntit who nlmll be lite next PrcsN SlBNVKU JUOPKH ident TitritT Hcfurin Ac but the ludlus are talkluu of the Flue Furuittiro and how cheap she had not enjoyed for years in this Thos A Combs of this place was thuy can buy it from Ilimtl irocn Ky valo of tears at Stanton during a part of last week on ii 1 Tho Wolfo County Teachers Instituto Funny Thomiw and little daugh is in session at Campton this week with ter left Wednesday morning for thoir Prof Cord of Hazel Green Academy as homo at St Helens the instructor Prof Cords experience It wn rumored hero Thursday that in the school room and his knowledge of the fishing Plrty from Mnytown was ar- educational matter generally eminently reted in Breathitt for seining fit him for this work nnd we expect to Mrf Kelly Folks of Campion is vei- henr that tho Institute has been a big ling Mrs Hilda Day of this place nnd success under his supervision taking lessons in the art of chart dress Hon V O Mize enrolling clerk of cutting the Stato Senate came up Wednesday of Davis and Harney Hlnukenship Inst week to remain with his family until W R will preach the funeral of tho wife of the 10th of November Tho Governors however will upset his Sam Dormnn colored on the first Sun proclamation calculation and shorten his stay and he day in Octolcr will leave for Frankfort Saturday to reUncle Hilly CGr 83 is still quite ill sume his duties and Mr HigstnfT who was to see him on Wednesday evening informs us that he MORGAN COUNTY is not improving Kiel KvolutlotiM bread school commenced last Tuesday Our Good baron hams nnd first class corn either or both will be received as with the usual average attendance and cash on subscriptions to Tick Hkrald matters in the main have assumed a sat isfactory shape Some of the patrons First come first served Rut however will not send to school On Monday night September 12 Rev this is ikjI iny way of treating things Spur F Agar will deliver his lecture I at and just here wish to stato for the ben As I saw him as I heard him geon efit of Mime over sensitivo souls in and Hazel Green All are invited nnd nbout Hazel Green who have conJosh Deliusk one of the owners of the sidered themselves of two fold impor- Â¬ hack line between this place and Roth tance in our recent school troubles nnd well had the misfortune Monday to lose it seems considered me a devil of the one of his mules from overwork first water type I sny for their benefit I am willing for the teacher W H De A girl to do the cooking Wanted Rusk to now say whether or not I have wanning and ironing for a small family done anything in the matter that was Wages 100 per week to one who can not my duty to do being instructed by fill the bill Apply at this office the Commissioner to dv exactly as I did Rev F Agar has opened an office and nnd as I said from the first the Commis reading room at Mnytown free to all sioners action would settle the matter Come and read with us the latest work so far as I was concerned and I told the out Glimpses of Heaven by Rev N teacher he should have my co operation Our district merits Munhall for a good school this and it is my duty as one of the W 11 Garner secretary of the Clark see that we get it and I am County Fair and Trotting Assuciaton trustees to satisticl that so far as education is con has our thanks for a complimentary the teacher is equal to the task ticket to their exhibition which will be cerned I had thought that I would say nothing held at Winchester from September 18 in my correspondence about this matter lo 17 inclusive but I am informed that it was reported Childrens day will be observed by the in Hazel Green that I was entirely alone Now this win one Congregational Mission at Flat Rock in the prosecution next Sunday Sermon by Rev W K C of Old Nicks full grown lies yes it Wright of the American Missionary hud even gone to seed and some of his Association New York All are invited willing agents sowed the seed broadcast to come and hear Rev F Agar in order to injure me There are fifty g Of this six patrons in this district Capt O C Rowles of Pike Demo uuiiiIkt only live were against me in the cratic candidate for Congre was ad matter and two of these send no chil vertised to speak here Thursday at one dren to school and even if I had been oclock l but the hour win too Into by myself I do not see why any friend for us to Imve n report of his speech or of education and morality should blame Rive nu account of the number in ntten me for wanting the matter investigated lance and settled according to law The per rant Thomas Inn resigned as teacher son or persons who originated these f the public school at this place nnd charges should be blamed and not me accepted n portion in a snw mill at St Also the bointing and slurring threats Helens where he can make moro money alNiut suing me for damages that my d he at home with his family He poverty was all that wiywl me and that ill be succeeded by Mis s Lulu Kindt as this would in the jewelry do me up teacher who will fiil out tho term Now all such stuff us this bininess etc hIiowh to mo the exact size of souk men Accomac Kellam the little sawed Yes I am xor but I have never felt tryrocory drummer was here interview very lonesome in this country in Unit g our merchants Tuesday accompanied respect I wns left an orphan boy nnd T a gentleman named Frue who was it lun been un up hill bminess for me fotroducing coffee a new Luxury thought that though bwnd naid to 1ms very fine in flavor but I have always ho could Im honest and Thfy were the guests of the Day House a man be poor it treat his fellow mau right and I want I am one chap 1he sale t tuje nac0 u Friday nnd distinctly understood thatand whenever I turdny September Sml nnd 3rd nl that has no axe to grind trade Mch D U T A and J L Fallen will have to sacrifice principle to getDo you nupoof all their stock crop farming then and there I quit trading implements and household and kitchen hear Now these are the snyings of fcct will bo the largest sale within our Blurt whose euruaine is T FCahji iiion ledgo that was ever held in this Augusts Ifon Some of tho furniture Uespe fine and thoe who attend will get J You are right Brother when the wiso JJains The salo will be on a credit of man Solomon said there Is nothing iow JjWonthd with interest at 10 percent ho had no reference Ut tho jj Mt week printed some handsome under the mi Impelling al for the sale which see for further year ISiW for there are For in- most every day that arc new Huiculars Mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ business Rev C F Oney and wife of Lexington passed through hero en route to Beattyvillc where they will visit friends and relatives Your correspondent had tho pleasure of being among the citizens of Stanton last week while attending the Powell Ho reports County Teachers Institute good institute good people nnd a good a timo in general There wero twenty seven teachers in attendance Prof J W Newman of the A and M college licxington was the instructor of the institute and a good ono ho was too which insured us a good institute Â¬ I have hint mlded to uiv stook nf General Mcrohnndlsc tho lnrfrcat And most completi line of Furniture ever hrouuht to this country and will make prices tJ na m iiiuiivriii vi I atiti nliktt n In t an ii lk ltiitl iu llMiiAliniititH it 4vviiiiiiiit J piq Kuum niv iiu mr haaiI nuu ion nu vim uv iiui get prices before buying elsewhere Truly yours GEO W H011IN80N C2 mtt U OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 t lWfej 1892 Â¬ Â¬ Twcnty ievcn Prflnnor and Iiutruotors Klght CoumeR of Study as follows Agriculture Scientific lllologicul Civil KiiKineerliiK MccliRiiienl KiiKluccring Veterinary CIiunIohI Nortiuil School County npnolnteen received Irro of tuition Hoard in dormitories 200 per week in private futiiilicH WW to fl00 For catalogue apply to Â¬ JAI K PATTERtON Ph D Lexington Ky Â¬ August 22 GtJAiiANTi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deutorratlo Mun Convention MC MiM Tho Democrats of Wolfe county will WHOIKSALK MANUFACTUKKR8 JEI meet in mass convention at the Courtby M F URBNKLEV house in Campton Ky on Saturday August 27th 1892 at 2 oclock i M for the purpose of selecting delegates to rep Â¬ Do Business With a Hoim Institution HflZEL BCRDETn resent Wolfe county in tho Tenth Con- Â¬ gressional District convention to be held THE CLAY CITY at Estill Springs in Estill county on the 81st day of August to nominate a Dem-i md pupiutiry scocratic endidate to be voted for for Con gress at the November election 1892 NEXT SESSION I1EGINS CLAY CITY KY JOSGPH C LVKINP 50000 Chairman Wolfo County Democratic Capital S8P1 Stri 1892 ItlSSKLL FRANK FLOYD DAY Committee Cuvhier President Having completed the trade under ono No Hank in Ftcrn Kentucky linn better of the best dressmakers in tho State I vault nor better luollitloo for keeping your am now prepared to do any kind of work iiccount Managed entirely by home people in this line in good style and at reason who know you and who are uIwhjh rtnily to able prices I nave a full outfit for the iiccomiiiodate you loan on rcaonuble rutes I am aUo prepared to leach any Call fMoiiey to work on us our patronage is one dressmaking respectfully solicited MrsF N Day Hazel Green Ky Â¬ CO FEDER SILBERBERG 113 le 110 W Third Strt - CINCINNATI O iBoBrSr Mf MJjyimPJl RprS0ntd Greek y Â¬ Â¬ National banK oh mon Â¬ raQii umr K jz rs s is t3 -- 2 W Â¬ HBk is5fijw PP JKHw t c 5 Ul R fcs1 WltHAHl KuuuKNCJC r x V h BB MHbH HF UH 3 iu to t- oi - a Nov 7 1HMU f of nbovu plaou writ on The 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cmii are wild Mt toil orHce Mt 10 oentaM diaH Ih town At 5c apiece get the beat writing paper Hi thin olHue aud th beat pencil cJjf iS3iSvlB2 The jiwtly celebrated 1errylRM f4leel Mn Why Ivo lived horo myself winter nor is ready and Mrs 8eavey has just Our sent in little Katie with some delicious and summer go in on sixty year ways ltcro aint liko city ways and die cukes for you --7 A jreat pleasuro flitted over grand wanted to usk some of her mates up SPENCElt COOPER PublUher here but I could toll twos mortlfyln mas face us she stepped eagerly toward IIA3EL GIfcEEN KY to her to think of their comin to such tho dining room leaning on her cane i I do believe theyre rye and Injun a poor old place and me too so behind sho oxol aimed us delightedly as a child the times So I just says nothin and let her go helping herself from the well filled THE WHIRLING WHEEL ahead her own way fixin things up plate Ob tuo regular round Is a kind of a grind I thought perhaps yon might liko a Good land Mis Seavey I just wish you Wo rlo lntho morning only to And cup of tea too added Lydia getting could see tho best parlor That Mondays but Tuesday and Wodnosdays tho namo What has she done to it asked up from her place to put the cup down And Thursdays n chango In nothing but natno by her grandmother and trying not to Mrs Scavcy A Friday and Saturday wind up tho week see tho scorn of tho hired girl from the Tho village did not think much of On Sunday wo rest and attompt to look mock So not a firm shoulder Lydia since she had returned from city who had a great contempt for din Â¬ And push on tho wheel school a tall stylish girl with more ner at noon and tea at dinner Tho mill that woro grinding Lydia laughed and chatted cheerfully as the ludies airs than a music box Works for our weal until tho meal was ended and Mrs declared ut the sewing circle Â¬ And although tho dull round Is n kind of a Why the chairs and tho tables is Marcy breathed a long sigh of satisgrind faction all twisted evory which way Looks It has compensations that wo may ilnd I declare Mrs Marcy said rising as if a high wind hud been blowin Famlno and slaughter and Mopes no moro from her seat at last I dont know as likely to loavo their cards ut tho door Are through Tho blinds is all left wide Lot others dollght In adventurous lives open and the sun strenmin in u fudin Ive ever had anything taste so good to Wo read their sore trials at homo to our wives me out the carpet like everything Body just Those unices of I MisSeaveys wero So set a tlrm shoulder beautiful and flo enjoy borne hot Brusssols too Mis Scavcy I And push on the wheel drink in the middle of the day It kind Tho mill thut were grinding Good laud said Mrs Seavey o goes to the spot Works for our weal Shes got out some of tho best chiny Lydia drew her gently along tintll Tho regular round though a kind of a grind and stood up the plates on the mantel llrings thoughts of contentment to quiet tho piece and moro of em hungin on tho through the open door in the parlor hor glance fell upon grandpas picture mind wull Theres old shawls a danglln back in its old place on the wall Tho tmbtcs Hlecp soundly in snug llttlo beds That picture of Theres a tight llttlo roof oer tho ringleted in the doorways Why LIddy she whispered with o heads father painted when he was a young start of surprise Why Liddy The wlfos wolcomo comes with the sot of the man shes took down altogether She 1 Yes answered Lydia merrily sun Aud the worker may rest for tho days work Is says Its awful suppose the parlor is better tho way done Dear buz cried tho neighbor you used to have It It goes better with So set a firm shoulder Hut Im sure the minister used to the rest of tho house So I put all the And push on tho wheel set a sight by thut picture I never things back again as they were Tho mill that were grinding come in when ho was here but I found Works for our weal Grandmas eyes wandered lovingly him lookin at it Shes stood somo over the stiff and solemn room A Oh tho regular round Is a kind of a grind on tho lloor by the windows mist came on her spectacles and as sho Hut tho worlds scones are shifted by workmen plants Shes well I cant tell you all She took them off to wipe them her thin behind Tho star who struts central may show no more wants we should set there common r art every day I dont know what her Thau tho sturdy tlrstcltlzon tilling his part grandfather would say it he could see tv3 4J t tin i r When tho king to our plaudits has graciously it 1 expect he would turn over in his bowed Tho crowd sees tho king while tho king sees grave the crowC Poor Mrs Marcy was quite out of So sot a tlrm shoulder breath as she poured out her soul To And push on tho wheel have the sacred best parlor profaned Tho mill that woro grinding Works for our weal had been a sore trial which It took all love for Lydia to bear To sit Whontho great mill has stopped and tho work her there common would have been to Incomplete And tho vbrkers rocolvo tho reward that Is her as wicked as to carry her knitting nfect w to the meeting house Who can tell what the Master shall say W the She wants 1 should dress up every best afternoon in my best black silk and the Wo litf tfrnwtr tiiitt Mm ivntlrni wlirtu n til ml ftin wjiite net cap Sarah Sheldon made me 4 no rHKepi nis wncci turning ironi morning That silks too good to set round in nati tonight only been turned twice and Ive Who has not wrongod his fellow is not far from Its kep It nice for funerals nnd when I do right go to meetin though that aint often So sot a tlrm shoulder Ald 1uh n lh0 whcel now Why itll get all shiny in no vi if The mill jlhat woro grinding M time if 1 go to puttin it on every day I fc Shall work out our weal t let alone my feelin liko ti fool all iTiidorJohks In Christian Union rigged up so when there aint no occa Â¬ it WHY IYDDY m Young Lyddy shes different sion folks ought to rig old hands were trembling so that sho Nov Mis Seavey I dont want you could hardly hold thum to think Im eomplainin At my time Somehow she saiil to herself with o life its hard work try in to git into a sort of a sob in her throat some Â¬ iiiew ways 15ut land you can git used how I cant help feeling as if Id been lo anything It makes Lyddy happy off on a visit and was just a gcttin Poor child Its hard for her to bo home penned up here in the country There Lydia threw her arms around hor aint a pretticr appearln girl in New grandmother giving hor such a hug York or Boston Ill be bound that the glasses Hew across the room Mrs Seavey bounced up in wrath and the black cap was hopelessly un- Â¬ Pretty appearing Whats pretty settled O grandma she cried with a appearing Id like to know when bhos pesterin A our life out and just as sel Â¬ dcoper meaning than grandma knew fish as she can be Ive got to run wevo both got home and like tho back rioyifor Johns comin homo to tpeoplo in the fairy talcs were going to dinner but Im just goin to stir you up stay hero and be happy ever after I kYDIA satin the a mess of rye and Injun cakes and if ward Youths Companion N youdont have some of cm for your porch looking VV Tim Mexican 1coplc down Into the dinner anil a dish of toa too Ill come u Tito Mexicans are a very peculiar apple blossoms in iJimobyund give your Lyddy a pleco orchard all pink with Mr Iliehard Cupplcs an people A warm May wind blow tho curls on of my mind Good by OiV she trudged burning with a sense American who has spent many years in her forehead to and fro and made her feel too drowfcy to read Middlemurch of the old ladys wrongs and trying to tho laud of God and liberty recently While firm adherents to the had sunk into Iter hip with ono Anger peep into the reconstructed best parlor said doctrine of personal vengeance they are botvvocnltho leaves to keep the place as she went through the entry Lydia sat quietly after the voices had neither so cowardly nor so treacherous nndYho was half asleep when tho sound died nwiiy no longer sleepy but half as they have been painted The low of voices from tlioJshting room behind her lloatod out and became a part of amused half sad She hod been thor cast Mexicans are a mixture of Span Â¬ oughly discontented at the homely old iard Indian and negro and possess a her day dream Seems to me said a high pitched farmhouse after her very modern home constitutional aversion to hard work It really seemed to her that Treat a Mexican right nnd ho will sac Â¬ tone which she know to be that of a at school While she had shown nobleness of soul in rifice his life for you if needttio neighbor seems to mo you aint look they often have murderous lights among Mis choking down the despair in her heart in jest up to the mark this spring and trying to make the best of things themselves they can seldom be pre- Â¬ Marcy The parlor especially she looked upon vailed upon to betray each other to the Well 1 dont know as I am feolln any too spry re turned tho gentle old quite as an artistic triumph Hut no police A Mexican in my employ was I ex amount of talking and scolding could recently terribly slashed by a fellow voice of Lydius irruudmothor pect its this dreadful hot weather coin put the Marcy household on a stylish countryman but ho protested with his Plain and old fashioned it dying breath that he received his in- Â¬ in on till of a sudden so Ive been footing thlnkin Id start in takin some brim was and so would remain in spito of juries by falling off the railroad bridge Much has been said of the beauty of stone and molasses threo morulas and ull her efforts Grandma is so obstinate Rydlahad senorltas but very few Mexican wom- Â¬ then skip threo Anybody needs a little en are even passably good looking mcdiolno in tho spring I dont seem groaned in her own room to have much of any appetite and Im Tho little talk sho hud now overheard Some of those possessing much Spanish put a new aspect upon it all Sho boV blood have regular features and hand wealcas a rog Maybq its tho cookin of that hired as If a veil had fallen from her eyes some eyes but they are old women at St Louis Globe Democrat glrlf roiu the city that you aint used how her grandmother hud been sorely thirty How bewildered by the now Ideas and how to suggested the neighbor Ills Win u 1rogrcnMvu Conundrum does she take hold Is she much of a tho sweet old soul hod struggled silent- Â¬ They wero working tho conundrure ly to como into harmony with a strange hand ut a small soeluble on Cass avc Well Lyddys satisfied with her and order of things with an unselfishness racket nuo the other evening when a previous she knows moro than I do about the that niadb Lydlas trials seem trilling ly silent youth put in his oar with the way thqy do things nowadays Shes Then sho flow to the best parlor and conversation visited tho governors folks and round In a very llttlo whilq had brought back current got one ho said Ive among her schoolmates a good deal its old prim prdor Sho pushed tho What is it asked the crowd nnd shes seon juat how things ought to hair cloth chairs back stlftly against Why Is Heaven liko a baby bo 1 guess they sot a pretty good tho wall closed tho blinds at tne win Â¬ They wrestled with it for ten mintable to Uov Cobbs dows and took away overy sesthetlc utes and gave It up then ho submitted I guess they do said tho noighbor touch sho had glveu this answer Hut its kind o hard for an ohl Last but not least out of tho closet Because Heaven is home homo is woman like mo to got used to new Â¬ under tho stairs sho drugged the de- Â¬ where tho heurt is where tho heart is fangled ways There aint nothin rel spised portrait of hor ancestor In tho is tho chest a chest is a box u box is Laughing a small tree a small tree is a bush a ishln to mo in such llttlo wavmed ovor gaudy militia uniform messes I declare Id like nothin bot quietly at Its grotosquenoss sho hung bush is a growing plant a growing tor for my dinner than a good ryo and this work of urt upon its old nail whore plant is a beautiful thing a beautiful Injun cako and a nice hot cup of toa it was easily tho most prominent thing thing is a primrose a primrose is u pronounced yellor and a pronounced Id like to know what In tho world in tho room When all was done a gloomier and yeller is a babj is to bonder your bavin it cried there moro forbidding apartment had never After which ho once more relapsed the neighbor sitting up straight Well Lyddy she aayi it aint tho been seen but juat as it was grandma into bIIcuco Detroit Freu Press fashion to have teu for dinner and 1 loved it Grammar in St Louis Mother When the old lady awoke tho sun giyo In to her sooner n to make a fuss see Mis Souvey young folks is Was streaming in across tho sitting What have you been at Daisy You i aint boon doin nothing young folks When Lyddy come homo room lloor and tho bell was rluglug for Daisy How often have I Mother full I could dinner Lydia appeared in tho door- Â¬ maw from boardln school lust 4I aint way with a bright smile prettier than told you to sound your we twas hard for her boon doing nothing is what you should over lady paused The old lirooklyn Eaglo she Galled din- - have said Come grandma Thi Uousu aint uowho resumed Â¬ I I I - ae Hazel Green Herald W THE NEW HOUSE Wns Ex Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS pected to llff is nothing in this world that There fills a woman with so much enthusiasm as tho thought of going into a brand new house and fixing it up according Mv ft m or m 7 ST m - L - - Vgr ill wi Â¬ v tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Spiced Veal Chon fine four nr l of veal season with salt pepper cloves ana cinnamon uuu lour small crackers rolled fine one cg and a pleco of but Â¬ ter tho sizo of an egg Mix thoroughly pour in abaklng tln and bako two hours to ones especial denrntivo taste What and a half When cold slico thin N pleasant days are snout in planning out Y World each nook and corner in wondering A properly fried potatoo is whether pale blue would look prettier greasy is not indigestible is not not than yellow on if tho smoking room healthy Potatoes should bo fried un cocshall Imj Oriental or more up to date In iietlv Wt4 prnnnnffnq In lml1U vwiiaiju iar vwhvwwm its hangings that is Bwcet whlto lard melted and H How wo can see before our minds should be drained in tho samo manner eye the pretty furniture in colors that ns the croquetto They may bo cut into wo In anticipation have chosen for balls and fried tho llttlo parlor Wo even know ex Â¬ Baked Egg Plant Peel a actly the shape of the rooms egg plant and boll until soft purpla just how many windows in each and mash as you would mash potatoesThen and how tho sun will como in over the season with salt pepper aud butter plants In the window seat ttntil our Put into a shallow baking dish canary will sing for joy and everyone cover the top with a thick layerand of who enters will immediately exclaim cracker crumbs Hake in a moderate Wo have oven what a charming home until well browned Serve In the not however in our dream taken into dish in which it is baked Demoresta consideration the fact that very few Magazine houses unless built according to our At a pretty dinner given recently plans will be found ready made to the guests numbering forty were answer the purpose With a limit as to seated eight each at five round tables the amount of rent to be expended we Each table was decorated with ono start out and find that one by one our variety of flower and on arriving each In guest was presented pleasant little visions are disputed with a small bou one house which comes the nearest to quet of tho fiowers corresponding to our ideas the delightful bay window those on tho tablo at which ho was to looks out into u back street and right into tho stalls of a stable located too find his place The tablo where tho host and hostess were seated was placed near our premises to be pleasant an anglo to In another everything is satisfactory at suchcompany as ono command a view of the by or the other of is about four but the rent and that them X Y Times times what we expected to pay so Vegetable Soup One bunch of with a regretful sigh we turn our celery one pint of stewed tomatoes ono steps elsewhere A charmingly quaint little hall with an antique hanging onion three carrots four turnips a llt- Â¬ lamp almost decides us to take a house tlo salt Chop all the vegetables ex Â¬ quite a ways up town but investiga- Â¬ cept the tomatoes very finely and place tion proves that the former tenant lost them in the pot over tho fire with five children from scarlet fever and we about three quarts and ono pint of hot are somewhat timid about venturing water Let them cook slowly about an hour then stir in the tomatoes and there On through the list the house agent boil about half an hour longer remove gave us and in one we find the rooms from the fire and rub the mixture are too small in another too large for through a colander then return the our ideas of pretty furnishing Ono soup to the fire Now stir in a table charming brick ainiir in a good neigh Â¬ spoonful of butter and half a cup of borhood is very tempting until a glimpse milk with a little corn starch or Hour with it the at the yard and alley at the back proves mixedand it will Letready soup boil up once be for the table a kill joy In the end a house is select Â¬ Boston Budget ed that is about as far removed from To Preserve Quinces The apple the original idea as it is passible for it to be yet do not despair for with taste quince is best Select smooth ones rub and a desire to make them homelike well pare quarter and core if large the plainest rooms will soon blossom cut the quarters in two put them in a into hospitality and good cheer Phila- Â¬ porcelain kettle cover with cold water and cook slowly If quinces are put delphia Times into sirup of sugar first they will get hard instead of soft Cook until tender A NATURAL ERROR skim out in a dish put in tho skins and A Womsmn Natural ZHUttiko Coucrrnlitg cover and cook until very soft Strain lltr tliiilmnil through a jolly bag to every pint of She happened into her husbands office this juice allow ono pound of white He was out at the time sugar when dissolved put in the fruit one afternoon and the young lady typewriter in the and cook slowly when tender skim out front office said he was gone only for a in a jar If the sirup is not thick short time and would return soon So enough boil it five or ten minutes aud the wife sat down at his desk to wait pour it over tho quinces Keep them for him A tynewritten letter lay be- Â¬ covered while cooking to make them fore her and interestingly her eyes fol- Â¬ red and a handsome color House- Â¬ lowed its lines keeper Dear lack it read you want to GOOD BY TO BANGS know something about my typewriter I want to say toyou that she is a Tho Hair Must Now bo Trained in Waves daisy from ii PiirtliiK la tho Center The wife clutched hor hands convul Â¬ There are fashions in fringes as well sively and gasped for breath Her first as in fiowers modes in tho texture of impulse was to rush into the private tresses the color of eyes the shape of otllce and assault the young lady em Â¬ shoulder and the contour of the figure ployed there that one must follow rigidly in spite of Hut no she reasoned it is 7iot her natures efforts to the contrary Just fault entirely My husband is the one now every fashionable woman must to receive the greatest censure Oh that have what not one woman in a hundred I have been so blind Fool that I was ever was naturally endowed with soft Hut he shall know tho ly waving locks of glossy silky sheen to trust him extent of my hate as he has undeserved Â¬ Not the Topsy frizzle of the days of tea ly known the depths of my love lead and wire curlers not the satin I am well Then she read further smoothless of the i early Victorian acquainted with several other type Â¬ era but the shining waves and writers but none of them are in it with lightly curling dullness that tho mine I was fortunate to secure the modern hairdresser has learned to pro one I did and Im really in love with duce from most unpromising straight my selection tresses The banc is doomed aecorditig This was altogether too much for tho to the soothsayers We shall see it for wife to bear and the opportune arrival some time yet perhaps but its days are of her husband was all that prevented numbered It lias been ono of tho her from visiting the young lady who greatest blessings bestowed upon womwas in a measure responsible for all hor ankind More women havo been made misery When her husband entered tho beautiful by a dextrous toss and cut of room her disturbed and excited ap Â¬ the bang than by all the jewels aud pearance alarmed him finery that have been consumed in tho Why whats tho matter my dtfor adornment of Eves daughters since the Sho pointed to the letter For an in Â¬ mother of vanity began costume de- Â¬ stant her husband was painfully puz- signing Wo must train our hair zled Presently ho laughed heartily now big waves downward from a Then he handed her another note which parting in tho center Wo can acread complish It just as wo have squared Dkar Tom I want to buy a typewriting ma- Â¬ our shoulders aud added a goodly porchine Do you Ilk yours aud bai I bottor sot tion of tha impossible cubit to our stat-Â¬ Yours Jack that kind ure It is only of time and And then the wife laughed and brush- Â¬ patience N Y a matter Sun ing a tear from hr eheok said that sho good boy Chicago knew he wui a dear Shade Uatn Times Oardon party hats of Loghorn with soft waving brims are trimmed by one Accurately OauRod groat panacho of black ostrich feathers Customer That boys tool chest I left long laid bought of you was a fraud The tool or demicrown plumesof the along thefallof the feathers threo didnt last a week ing forward and two toward tho back Dealer Eh You must have been u black velvot rosotto holding thorn to Â¬ using them yourself gether The right side of tho hat is left Of courso braid bare Largo Those tools wero intonded for boys also called hats of Neapolitan slender tho crinoline havo not men They would havo lasted your high crown copied from the stylo oi boy a year at lenst up h Huh I handled them moro caro long ago Tho brim Is caughtbuttor fanciful curves each held b a fully than a boy would Higb No doubt Hut you sad them a fly bow of black velvot ribbon back black tips curvo forward from tho A boy would have tired of week similar Good Black rico straw hats with waving thorn in two days and a half high crowns havo thoir wide News brim quite long at tho back to curv over low braids Theso are faced with Itequeat A Plcmunt Rov Mrs Hromlo3juatdlvorcodtoher blaok Lyons tulle and four blacu By tho way Thomas ostrich tips in front of tho high crows luto husband black I should say Mr Bromloy my coun- Â¬ curving over tho brim A band of velvot holds a Rhlno stono buckel round sel has jnst asked mo to marry him and I have decided to do It Would you el to fit the front oi tho crown mind performing the ceremony Jury yers Bazar It Nrrcr Trove Kxnrtly What It -- -- Tj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UJ A tCULTURAL HINTS i Tehn M Rtattt DURABLE SHEEP RACK Tho one thing necessary to a good alias Ilrcn Kuccreafullr Used at roadearth gravel macadam or paved W tlic low Station appearance of the lock is through drainage of the foundation Tho cencrul Money has been misapplied in road jit market condition of the wool making becauso of neglect of thorough very largely controlled by tho feed drainage even when tho money has A sheop with a torn or chaffy been wsed to build roads of u material nslghtly object gTcce Is always nn give them a permanent resulting from a part that should On besides the loss character the western prairies the wool removed and the remainder where the natural drainage is poor un All drained grovel rendered more or ca unsalable roads havo suddenly be Â¬ Binttcr in a tlceco raustbe hahd come raud roads when put to tho fsrelffn sevcro ZmtAkA before it is fit for raanufne test of a long rainy spell la winter and matter when or where early spring Not the rHp and no least unfortunate espouse result thfc lsdone it is always at the of this has been a prejudice ef the producer against gravel description of a a scarcely less roads in particular and I herewith furnish pronounced distrust of TerX sMlfcfactorUy permanent roads in general jjfthat iws uecn experiment Luck of station Iowa ictl at thepast winter The cut pre- Â¬ drainage was the real cause of the fail during the arts sented represents one Kf the racks in Whether the road The sugges Â¬ gravel or macadam is to be of earth use in the eollepe barns the earth roadbed tion came from a similar rack that the should be graded crowning it twelvo writer saw in use on the farm of II to fourteen feet wide and twolvo tr McDowell of Canton O lust season eighteen inches higher in the middle The rack is eight feet long eighteen thau at the edges Along each edge inches wide and thirty eight inches should toa cut a shallow dltcli This is high This size is found convenient a correct general statement which but any size may be of course should be modliiod to or small pens DRAINAGE OF ROADS An Able tittle Kimy from tke Tea e M Hindoo Trlckitcr TXarTMt J An Ingenious device of tho mild Hin- Â¬ doo is to drill u hole in tho thickness of tt rupee and then scrape outtho silver from tho inside leaving only a sort of shell without damnglugtho iinprcssion on tho rim Lead is then poured gently In mixd with some nlloy which gives thu requisite ring nnd tho hole is care- Â¬ fully closed Only a keen and experi- Â¬ enced eye can detect tho imposture Tho sliver which is thus extracted will bo worth nearly a shilling and tho nmnipulntor has still his rupeo to spend Hut tho operation may occupy him tho greater part of a week during which time he might have earned two rupees bv honest work In fact it may be said that If all the ingenuity and talent which nro applied to swindles woro directed to legitimate ends tho rewards would be both greater and more continuous than In tho precarious und more hazardous harvests of fraud Chicago Herald Wontrrn Triumph The wonderful pi ogre of Chlongo In the manufacturing Hold dut liiR tho pant deendo lian proved a gcnuiim eye opaner toEuMcm Seople and nmnv of her own citizens whlloÂ¬ conscious of her growth In this reA AgtHt Kxoumleit Half Kat Seth nnd SeptMnbw M7th Tbo BnrlinRton RoaH wllI sell round trip ticket t half rates good 90 days te the cities and farming regions of tho Wtst Northwest and Southwest Eastern Ticket Agents will sell through UcVcs on the same tdaa Boo that they read over the Burling- Â¬ ton Route tho best lino from Chioaeo Peoria Qulnov nd HU Louis For further Information write T 8 Eustit General Passenger Agent Chicago No timk llko tho present as tho burglar murmured when he grasped little Evas wijm mkUm u m mrnrturm Kt Mt lw7DurableB whA eotmiftw jpars pttcfc mmmmmmmmmt Tvui 99 swrimrOwe U birthday clockN Y Truth J The Ladles The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladles may uso tho California liquid laxatlvo By run of Figs undor all con- Â¬ ditions makes Ittholr favorite remedy To got tho trtio nnd genuine artiole look for tho nnmo of tho California Fig Byrup Co printed ucar tho bottom of tho packngo tribute tho mouutiu scenery Boston rier J C StMrsoN Marquess W Va says Hulls Catarrh Curo cured mo of a very bad cuso of catarrh Druggists sclllt 75o German circumstances Thus hilly country es Â¬ if the soil washes easily the ditches should not be cut at tho sides as they are not necessary and 4-will become serious gullies In a hilly country it is not necessary to crown tho roadbed so high but the crowning must always be sullicientto insure ready sur face drainage Twelve to fourteen feet FIG L an width is su indent Making the road usedtoMiit the requirements Economy wider has been found a needless ex Â¬ of time and material maybe gained by pense making the rack a little wider and feed Â¬ With thoe soils and subsoils special Â¬ Fig C gives a side ly well adapted to drainage crowning ing from both sides view of the rack a it iw ucd for feed- Â¬ the roadhodand cutting the ditches at ing hay Fig 2 gives an end view the sides will secure the necessary showing operation of grain trough and drainage but where the soil and sub Â¬ soil ane not favorable to drainage ad explaining method of construction The bottom of the rack Cj is four ditional measures must be taken Iu teen inches from the ground or floor the country in which I reside a gravel The front is boarded tight from A to 3J road has been marie for twenty miles This a distance of fourteen inches and near the Mississippi river bluffs slopes inward making Tl four inches road is cuu soil and a subsoil decidedly inside of the perpendicular line A C gravelly giving splendid drainage across the This gravel road is now eighteen years A three inch t trip extend iront joining onto the bottom to pre old and has proved satisfactory The reiit chatFnud seeds from being worked only means taken to secure drainage out The space from C tm It eight was io crourn the roadbed a little iu inches gives the sheep aeeess to hay Jowipluces To make a gravel road in nnd is separated into three inch spaces this way crver the greatvr part of the Ivy narrow cleatsas shown iu Fig 1 The same ccrantry would be a waste of money for in most places the soil is a black prairie loam and the subsoil u w IF -tenacionVelay It bus been found quite satisfactory in niovt localities having a black sur Â¬ face soil uudclay subsoil to lay a drain of tile along each side near the edge of I I I the roadbed This has been found a better location thau near the middle of the roadway The ollico of the tile is B to carry off watur brought up from below rather than water sinking in from above In some localities it is neces sary to iw three drains one line of iI IV tile beneath the center of tho roadway and one under each ditch at the mde It seems unnatural to put the tile un Â¬ der the side ditches but this locution a pecially in suit peculiar very mmtrmm y Â¬ Â¬ spect nro not fully nllve to tho liniuonno beaortt which accrues to tho city by the location of great munufuL torfcn In icr vicinity 1st every day lines tuich oh pRrkiug milling and kindred Industries Clilfiijro nun long boon HalcnowlcdKcd the King Hoe but it will surprise niot people to leant that In the uiitnurituture of lnusli al Instruments also the titrgeat fac- Â¬ Uou aro avoided by taking Beechanrs Pills tory in existenoo Is located In Chicago Noverthelc It Is a fact that Lyon lived In a shoo Tnn old woman wh Heulv turn out inoro goods annually thntt ovldeutly hud neighbors wlto kept hens buy similar factory In tho world Last year their output was upward of 100000 musical HKAirn Tip Bits save wenV nervous men instruments and this year bulging by tho 1 trial lUo Ohio Chemical CoCiucluiati0 the result will bo con Increase thus far sldorablv great or The Instruments made Tin toddy Is tho stirring ovont of tho ttv litem include Pianos Organs Harps Guitar ltanjon Mandoline Drums nnd topers existence Dallas Nows bund Instruments mid the quality is so fur superior U the European product that tho Nature should bo container cheerfully pityR more money for assisted to To tho Utlnlttng the linino nuiilo article mind It Is a real plcanui o to know that our ofXlmpnriticsoftlio people have inuiio such rcmttrkitblo prog and to the West- Â¬ gross In this arthtio line blood Nothing ern man particularly it is a mutter of prldo CURES docs it so Troll so to know that to bl scctlou belongs this high distinction MALIRML promptly or bo POISON Bafcly as Tur only way It pays a person to ho his own lawyer Is to keep hia own couubcI Specific Philadelphia Times Â¬ I simply state that I am Druggist and Postmaster here and am there- Â¬ fore in a position to judge I have tried many Cough Syrups but for ten years past have found nottiing bo forclvcn easier equal to Boschees German Syrup Most nnvthinc oitn thau BcluBhueas Hums Uoru I have given it to my baby for Croup with the most satisfactory results Iris posltlvolv hurtful to uso ointment for Every mother should have it J H skin diseases Uso Glenns Sulphur Boap Hills Hair and Whlskor Dye 60 cents Hobbs Druggist and Postmaster Hntrl Holpl ns tbo lady cried nf ten tho Moflht Texas We present facts hirod girl lof t N Y Truth living facts of to day Boschees Tnn evils of mnlarlnl disorders fever German Syrup gives strength to the t Take no substitute wcaknoss lassitude debility and nrostra- - body j Ix a rnce oourso plcturo tho Jockoys conCou- Â¬ Â¬ Swup ONLY TRUE THE V thro tt TONIC 1UK IRON Will purify ItlOOD rcinilst KIDNKVS roiiuno JIVKK dimmer mum irincui rcuotT appotltu restore liealth uu Miioiuiei y orauicBicu Mlnii lirlRldenett lrata Swiff vlRoruryoutn uyopppiun iDdUeitlon tliattlrciffcol- LIFE HAD to plouso a man catch him in a crowd and ask him somo question that For thrco years I was troubled with mala Â¬ ho is smart about Atchison Globe rial poison which caused my appetite to fall and I was greatly reduced in flesh and llfo The Only Ono Kver Irlntcil Can You XMiul lost all its charms i tncu mercurial anu tlio Worir notash remedies but to no effect I could Therols a 3 inch display advertisement In this paper this week which bus no two gctno relict i then oeciaca 10 try words allKO except one word Tho samo Is A few bottles of this wonderful trtio of each new one appearing each week medicine mado a complete and permanent from Tho Dr Hurler Medicine Co This cure and I now enjoy better health than ever housu places a Crescent on everything J A Rick Ottawa Kan they inalto and publish Look for it send them tho mime of tho wonl and they will Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free mailed free Ir you want How Giihat Go rand boy go Smith pareatly overy time A - NO CEARMS ioiior iiicrcuHuu bonpi narvci mui elei rccclTo now force rrom complaint te Baffcrlnif oullnr U tliotr iex uln U llnil roio tilootu on check licautinei ComplextoB Sold everywhere All genuine kooiI bcitr bcnilui ceut itauip roraJ pas Orrrcut pauiphlot DR DARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Me dos your new er- Â¬ Tho long way ap Swift SrECino Co Atlanta Go JE1 ARKANSAS 27 October 25 1802 and TEXAS Auittut I0 Srptembrr VIA THK OURSIONS DliU Yt Oon1 1am Br LAJLIK 11 u Â¬ Â¬ Malarial colds and Dipt hoi otic soro throat are prevalent Dr Hoxsios Cci tain Croup Cure has a speeillo action on tho mucous membranes or tho throat henco Diphtheria of once swollen tonsils inflamed plamls M renin Druggists U U curative power cm got it or nil prominent wliolo alo drug houses A P Hoxsii UufTulo N Y manu facturer and Bole proprietor At tlto NenMtlo ROUTE COTTON BELT ldre For further parUcultri H O jM AgrnU PII IXHIbMLLK Kr WO ADAMS IMAst iXAHIMILi IC K W IA1IUAUMR HATCH 8 O WAIINRIL left Iaii A TieTknnAitnt McMriua II H HUTTON IIATTAMCKina Tlck Iaai Aet IMS Agent Â¬ no X grain is fed in a trough consisting of two boards joined together as shown in end t5tv one buitijy six and the other twelve inches in width and both of the same length as the ruck The trough attached by hinges to the front of the racic at a point midway between A is and C and can bolowered for grain feeding and fastened np out of the way when Ua grain is eaten as shown in Fig 1 All lumber wsed should be pluned tun one side ai least and the grain trough should be planed on both sides The hay one and fives The gruin feeding attachment isenbily had cheaply made oocupes no room when not in use and makes the rnck complete C F Curtiss Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station in breeders Gazette alone rnck of itself is a good good satisfaction used It cl lleity of ttrjt feeding of oyster shells during he laying unison where they can le cheaply obtauned is recjinmended Qee pound contain litae enough wll for the shells of about seven idoeus of fs Fine gratyil ccntafning Jimestone probably as well supply the de ficiency of lime existing m most tote but the frso of some sharper Sriixvrith it may he of advantage Long wkrrp splinters rf glass or drv bone tlioalfl bo avoided The size of particles The Â¬ has been proved best When the roadbed is to bo graveled or macadamized the crowning earth foun dation should be nicely smoothed and then rolled until quite solid It is well also in this ease to put the clay subsoil from the ditches on to the surface When rolled it makes a hard smooth surface almost impervious to water and over which will How oil to tho ntVic Mt Mu sides the rainwater that may sink through the gravel or mac- Â¬ adam When the surface is to be of earth only tne clay sunsou smiuu ue kept underneath and the natural soil be placed on top The surf a jc soil will usually ailord much better drainage than the subsoils and make a better road surface American Agriculturist A MODEL HAYRACK Suitable for tliu Convenient uml Kuiy loiullnj r Hay A wagon rack suitable for thocon venient and easy loading of huyf graln or corn fodder was built by the students of the North Carolina agricultural col- Â¬ lege last season which Is worth copying It can be placed on any farm wagon by lengthening out the reach to suit the length The list of materials which cost S7 W in Ualeigh N C is as Two sills auln by 14ft follow dressed on two sides four pieces IK four cross pieces Jlx lin Din by JJtfft ljft-- two boards lxJin by 13 JHlft by Â¬ Â¬ CnKliorllas Ulcjclra iinn unit Typewriters tnUrn in rxclntnr go round also the Love mukcH tho world yountr man about seven night iu the week A WGUMP S CO DAYTON OHIO H Y Herald I nnd tin lind nflMf a Krrlrtlv rnnflilftllf InL fnr rriilHr ami ttimnntfii Addmitllr bKTlEiuMcVlckoriiThofttroIiidtfClilcu4rolllL awi lastorU JfcwnndnrroniMinnd AsentaTTantcd Knd for Hit An Ajipenl for Mercy If vou have any regard for your physical welfare Itavo mercy on your bowels coaso deluging them with drenching puriratlves and relax them without pain with H os tot to i s Stomach Bitters Kiibdnu with it too malarial and liver complaints kidney and rheumutie ailments dyspepsiaaud nervous- Â¬ m ry fl FAT FOLKS REDUCED 1 Mill Hull trr thiir ntwly tiiUrntl CkUlovutnf Ilaml lntliumrnU Unl fMrn ii1 rjUiiinnt 400 Kin II luirtiini IncriUmi tttry niticl HEALY LYON Monrco Street Chicago v tauird Law liv llinit or Ilruin Ciirin Kliiin EnrrciM 111 IM luuuin u miu uuvra iu i uui yAiuiwiiiinN NoMnrvinitnninconYmiionra rrmodi VAI iminituon lor rniiur iuuxii ana Ilruni Major f Trlif Iff aiul a tfcltlil uil el lumi Munc no knife AND TUMOUR i V Ron t IVl jrJtAME TUll CH ory InnjMVtll GANGER lr IU tMWfiU Orationy ft Nonius Elm St Cincinnati O CURED IlooK Khxk ness tho shoe man who enjoys mooting peoplo who put their foot in tU Chicago inter Ocean Tnt Kants Horn Is published at Indian- Â¬ apolis Indiana atflW per year Its THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Tun motto of the socialistic niechnnio Iluto hours work Boston TuuscripL Tnn truth never dodges no matter who shoots Rums Horn ns tho physician reNrviut mind marked of tho born idiot N V Truth GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be USED IN EVERY KITCHEN IT IS A IMJT Y you owo your el Ciiih fa in My to uet tin- brat yiiIuii fur your iminry Kcono mlo Iu your footwriirby pur rhnNlnsr XV It DoubIum Hlioew whlrh rrprcarnt Hip beat vnluo fnr prlriM naked an - SAPOLIO x J THE A Â¬ Has a taking way tho burglar who says your money or your life thoy uotkocp their pledges m W L DOUGLAS genuine anwrd ah or that trill nof rip fine calf acnmleai Win should pawnbrokers short It Is whenN hoYis Press bo rovllcdl Do ty tbiiURRlulM will trntlf TAKE NO HUII8TITUTE long face A that a man wears a No trusU cactiosaky A Klgiitil teeth of agile Wasthd skillful dontlst to fill tho n Tnr woman tpieit ion Now isnt this pretty timo of night for you to got houiel Texas Sftings of corxi Wit had for heas better be Larger than ihnt of a kernel of wheat and should iw smaller than that of a kernel f A man may run into debt hut ho seldom comes out at any thing faster than a walk Jtural WorML Tor IMk CootUnjr mill is too far away for cuvenfeatK in grindiugfjrain it maybe Prepared tor pigs by boiJing till it is a H mush Tho grain Vell ns the water is nbfrwbed so that the bulk is ffely Increased without increase of ritlre valw It is diflkult to get Jwals toeat us much nutriment In this My shape asdiiey will if tin grain is d without cooking For hogs that attained the jago of ten or twelve feoatljs the dry grain will put on fat JasteBt lint for young pigs especially the grain be corn tlie cooking mnkes more easily digestible and lessens J w WMteColinans Rural World will often bo found tlmt our horses Ml do hotter upon a les6 juantlty of than Jdthat givethey do upon the quantity e them Where Mho Whole Grain Washington Star A mavs mind is a scrap book and tbo tough things ho pasted in it when ho was young uovcrfudo Atchison Globe by lit 5 0fL four two boards lx4Ki Hide pieces lx4in by 8fL six bows lxilln by rt 1 dfU Tho two ladders tako fonr pieces lxSiu by Wt two piecus lHxSin by 24fU two pieces DtfxJln by Jft- - two rounds t 7 lift long two stakes at tho hind corners xSin l4XlfciX 0inM 12 oak pins are two blocks needed under There the front cross pieces 4xlx2in four under tlio second cross piece IfixMx 4in The bolU needed are two car riage bolts ttxl iin six xlOin four KTxnKin lfl xSlni to 7in in wire eight screws of JO Jx2hi long and 14 washers and 2in Tim check rein is a folly and so are tho blinders ou our bridles Onk of tho littrdott things in tho world is for a man who h stuck up to got down Atchison Globe Tiiriii is moro pleasure In giving than in receiving This applies to medicine kicks and advico Ix politics men holding tho balanco of may bo away down in tho scalo of Picayune ntollcct No rimsox without somo unyielding oon viotlon bus over accomplished anythiug great Galvoston News If not for aale In your plnco arnd direct to Pnctory atatlnpr Ulud alxenntlwldlh wnnied IoaiHgo free Will give rxclualvo aalu to ahne dealera rmi genernl wer cbuuta wUero 1 kuvo uo agcHte Write fer Catalogue W L Ilauglaa lirsckteB JUaaa lev imooth Indue llcxlbic morn wnifortableityllili nnd durable tbaa any other boo ever aold uitlietirlco Equala custom laade ahoea coctlng from 94 to nnd 83 Ilnnd acwrd flno calf rtioea Tho moat atyllab P fayara durable hoe evce aold at theao price Theyeual floe Import Ml ahoea coating from H to 13 HTXiiaMiaStflkV 4ft O SO lollce Hhoc vrdrii by farm era and all others who want a kooU heavy calf three aoled extension edge iloo easy to walk In and will keep tho fret dry and warm flfcO 30 Iluo Cuir SUya and J Workliiirmensi Shoe pafan will rIvo more wear for the money than any other make They aro made for rrnrlce The Increasing sales enow that work liiKincn have found this out and Youtba 8175 School Bhnea aro the I sold ntworn bypricesboya everywhere Tbo must aorvloe these able shoes 3 Ilnnil Hevred 8239 83 and 8171 I hhocaforniiaaewnre made of tho best Don- Kola or fine Calf as delred They are very stylish com fortablo and durable The J shoo equals outtoirt luuda Ladles whowUU toecono shoes coming from fU to mli In their footwear aro finding this out Iiownroof dealers substltutlnasboeswlth riA I1TION outw I Doualns name and tho price stumped on bottom ucn auiiitituiiona aro rrouuuivni ana auojeev uiprosccu OR rnntu i nnnm 1C Clinrc tlon by litw for obtaining money under false pretouccs rUH W U UUUULAo onuto Ml BEST SHOE 3 SHOE i QENTLEMEN IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY fA VJi Hi Wml aHBaaVL bMUIEiO AniKTC HsKra DAVC Dv IEWIS LYE L rownFiiKn ami puifuxkd IATGNTKD 98 ir Tho ttrongeit nnd purttt Lyo mndn LnllKC other Lyelt being aiinonawdrrnnd nackvd Innrnn with rcmovablo ltd tbo contents aro nlwtvys rondy for UM Will multi thu Ifit perfumed Hnrd Soup In M mlnuttH ulfAouf boil It I the brt for clcunnlntf was to pipes dlslnfcctlrnf itlnltM clogctH wnahlng bottles paints trees etc PENNA SALT M7 0 CO Gen Aicta lhllu aa inff ConsHnpttveo and people who have weak luncaor Aith- ma should use 1lsos Cure for Consumption It has cared thousands It baa notlnlur- tHi ono iv ii nut dso 10 lase It is the tiesteouguayrup Hoia OTorrwnere xse Candidates nro llko umbrellas always wondering if they will bo put up Boston Commercial Bullotln Jagsok says It Is strango nobody ever finds out what the wild waves are saying although ever to many go to sea ElmlrafJgrette v sraiMHMurAriaitUaMrita W K- - CycinUQ rCndlUriO rrraA W HHONHItKAIHiXS prHiX iui4 tnhi4iM - mtK nuf Uai n wa dTtlrd nftflforln rdyiareirxice CtsatkasU V lawrrtc WiriiUfU C Ji 1405 WJitJi WHrriNa tw abvjsktmek pjka8k state that yea saw tke AdTertUsataat la thle vavtfv M Hv4t mi o h4 h h4 t h e Tn ri IT MMMf mfarericiwlowilly hHiirtliHt it couicsTto w ReSpTbiiii tfuthx- Then la tutrmo- Uwhwi the record should have the dnsFblown from it Mr Qrovcjr Clcvd- land is prlteiitly act down in Ke pub Â¬ lican print an a free trader n man who la impatient to flee the custom Iiouhch overthrown and tfio whole system of duties abolished Those who de rlvuthclr political instruction from He publican papers claiming n character for veracity arc taught to believe that the ex President now tho candidate of the Democratic party for re election would had he tho power place the United States under free trade at onco that he would not oven wait for a gradual adjustment to a new order of things but would in u twinkling fnco about on a system that has governed for many years It will bo entertaining and surprising to n good ninny people who have allowed themselves to be convinced on this point by persistent pounding to look up the - ndic ilpretwlHit iWMfitfttfoti the wrier do imrlpokfifor firns Jit tho etlHorlalartUo rriht - ig decline The of tho Alliance is rotated from Shelby county Tho election of August 15 con Â¬ vinces the Shelby Sentinel that tho Alliance Is no longer a factor in the politics of tho county Ono year ago the Alli ance dominated the Democratic party in Shelby and were strong enough to elect John Notts to tho legislature over Hon J C Beckham Mr Notts was formally indorsed by tho Alliance and won by a majority of H7 out of a total of about 2100 votes In the recent contest for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Clerk the same effort was mado to secure tho Indorsement of the Alliance for Mr Card well It was only partially successful The Alliance did not hang together as a political factor and Mr Cardwell In the was defeated by 306 majority opinian of the Sentinel the Hotts victory was dearly bought diverting the Alli ance from its original purposes into a sphere of activity in which it could not hold its own Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oodld Not Hold Itn Own now familiar story of the An Knlilttitto of lllooity Vlux tho tfat Lours by thn Veto The failure of the enactment of this bill into a law loses to the Stato tho rev enue on a large amount of property now exempt by law and which can not be i8osed until a law is enacted Tho deficit January 1st next it is estimated will he about 5110000 The citiesand counties will lose largely by the failure of this bill to become a law Take this city and the bank stock stock surplus and corporate property now exempt amounts to 1441383 This mm til ji ii t ftltn MlOVUV Jl w Vltrilf itliu Jif tnvntlilt Otllllf iu bill ttrnunur nit would produce I80178 The county will lose on the same property 1106060 making a total loss to city and county of 2000778 Jefferson county loses the taxes on 251 19731 and at present tax rate would receive 8204314 The city of Louisville loses 60 46816 at their present tax rate The city ot Lexington loses the tax on 6355411 and in money at that citys present tax rate would produce 60 04263 The couuty of Fayetto loses AVImt 1 1 Hazel Green Fall HatioifK t 2 J THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sent 29th Friday Sept 30thl 1200 in Premiums iy t Warn p President to me world -- Children over 10 and under 15 years 25 Cents Over 15 years 35 Cents Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be ready for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary ADMISSION ft facts Mr Clevelands message to Congress delivered on 4he flth of December 1887 must be accepted as the embodiment of the ex President views on tho tariff ques- Â¬ tion How many people remember the salient points of that famous document How many people aro there who only recall the general fact that it was an ar- Â¬ raignment of the Republican party for a dangerous surplus in the Treasury under an exorbitant tariff And how many peopto arc there who mentally admit that because it was opposed to Republican protection It waB necessarily a plea Mr Cleveland after for free trade advocating a reduction of tariff taxation Â¬ said Â¬ Â¬ It is not proposed to entirely relieve the country of this taxation It must be exten sively continued ns the soilrce Jf tlie Governments income and in the readjustment of our tariff tho interests of American labor engaged in manufacture should he carefully considered as well ns the preservation of our manufacturers It mav he called pro tection or by some other name but relief from the hardships and dnngurs of our pres ent tariff laws should he devised with espe fLj my cial precaution against imperiling the existE flflpJMK ence of our manufacturing interests Hut this existence should not mean a condition and valley in Kentucky If the indi- Â¬ which without regard to the public welfare vidual members of the Legislature had or a National exigency must always insure any appreciation of the sentiments of the realization of immense profits instead their constituents they would resign and of moderately profitable returns As the volume and diversity of our National activ allow some one to be elected capable of ities increase new recruits ure added to discharging the onerous duties of making those who desire a continuation of the adlaws for the State Williamstown Courvantages which they conceive the present The ier system of tariff taxation directly n lords Tho Flrot lltwiiite ltlll Kvr Vetoed them So stubbornly have all efforts to re is not a Patent This is the first reveuue bill ever veto form the present condition been resisted by but the best that can be made those of onr fellow citizens thus engaged ed by any Executive in Kentucky The by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of that they can hardly complain of the suspimessage is not up to the usual strong is guaran Â¬ cion entertained to a certain extent that reasoning of the Executive on accoun the latest improved and powerful machinery there exists an organized combination all of the issues between himself and the teed to give satisfaction- Will cover one half more space along the line tomuintatn their advantage Auditor permeating its every line The than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for Here is another paragraph in the mes Â¬ Cholera infantum has lost its terrors Legislature should be the judge of a bill sage of 1887 which hita the point at since tho Introduction of Chamberlains to raise revenue for carrying on the gov- Â¬ One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon issue squarely Colic Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy ernment and all constitutional doubts town Send for color cards etc to Our progress towanl a wise conclusion When that remedy is used and the treat Â¬ should have been resolved in its favor KY will not bo improved by dwelling upon the ment as directed with each bottle is fol- Â¬ and it should have become a law -theories of protection and free trade This lowed a euro is certain Mrs Fanny When SPENCER COOPER Agent Hazel Green Ky fito tho question was determined that savors too much of bandying epithets It Lauderdale of Rock Popo county III his agents to the Auditor should appoint is n condition which confronts us not n says it cured her baby of cholera infan collect the revenue then Governor Brown theory Relief from this condition may intum and alio thinks saved its life A sharpened his veto ax and destroyed all volve a slight rcductiou of the advantages WITH n prominent merchant at Frankfort the work of the session whloh we award our home productions W Walter Livery Feed and Sale Stable but the entire withdrawal of such advan Waltersburg 111 says it cured his baby Argus tages should not be contemplated The boy of cholera infantum after several Chmuborlnlun Ky mid Skin Ointment HAZEL GREEN KY question of free trade is absolutely irrele- other remedies had failed The child A ckrtain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes vant and the persistent claim made in cer- was so low that he seemed almost be frDoulle ami Single Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Rijs and Saddle Horses tain quarters that all efforts to relieve the yond tho aid of human hands or roach Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch for hire Parties eonvey people from unjust and unnessary taxation of any medicine but Chamberlains Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles oil to any point on reason are schemes of so called free traders is mis Colic Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy ablu terms It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of chievous and far removed from any consid 25 and GO cent bottles for him cured yttirl will also attend to nil calls for auc cases have been cured by it after nil other tioneering and solicit business of this kind eration for the public good 12 14 WEST MAIN ST Jones sale bv Rose treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Itesiiectlullv A Vending tho writing of the letter of LEXINGTON KY JOHN II IMKUATT and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose Iiiiiuiitunt IuKlMlutorii acceptance tho message from which the oct9yl It U not tho fnult of tho Governor Jones foregoing quotations aro mado is worth thin serious and mUernblo outcome of Should ll Spottoil putting un parado occasionally It shows CO Every member who has failed to attend for one thing that Grovor Cleveland is the seven months session of the General Assembly of Kentucky nor tho fnult of regularly the sessions of the Legislature not a free trader WIIOIKSAIK DKAIKKS IN tho Democratic party but simply ami should bo spotted and forever relegated No doubt though there are skulls through which tho vast difference be solely tho fault of an incompetent legis Â¬ to private life Their services may or tween tariff reform and free trado can lature utterly unmindful of tho interests may not have been woith much but of the people filled with candidates for they were employed to do tho work and not bo drilled People will stand a good deal in a Congress for Judgeships ambitious to instead of at least attempting they havo warm political campaign but the oxcit bo Commonwealths Attorneys divided shown a total disregard for it Critten Â¬ Third ltace nnd Union SK CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES from tho beginning of tho session by per den Press O ing point in tho canvass of 1892 has not CINCINNATI been reached when it is safo for Governor sonal animosities and distinguished from We rnrrv the goods that will suit vour A SURE and CERTAIN CJJRE Intkln In Alilllty known for 15 years asthoBESi trade and onr prices are TIIK LOWEST McKluley to assert his familiar favorite tho beginning by absolute and painfully If the Governors objections to the Special attention to mail order rrtpirrdbj KlCHflmuiTATmMRtl f STrl f theory that under our present tariff law apparent lack of capacity to attend to Corporation bill and the Revenue and rsowport Journal lorcigu nations aro paying the taxes of public business valid it Taxation bill are found to bo DINGFELDER the people of tho United States CinT II PHILLIPS will show that the Legislature is lacking A Oimrnutoml Koinoily WITH cinnati Enquirer Megrimine tho only permanent- cure in ability to grapple with these Impor 7 CO for all forms of headncho and neuralgia tant measures and that 250000 of tho Given Te Frlvullty W CO M relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ States money has been worse than Had lesa time been given to frivolity JOIIIJKILS IN Hopkinsville New Era Importers and Jobbers of and mero to tho study of tho now Con Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at wasted Agricultural ImpIementSt Hardware stitution this seven months would not Tun IIkkald oftlec or sent postpaid by Muat leel Very lrouit MAjiTA perhajm havo been wholly lost to tho mall on receipt of price 50 cents a box Governor Brown sent in Monday to DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS OLIYER CHILLED PLOWS h A- f ITIS Ill or uvu nnniia M taxpayer who have to pay the expenses tho Leglslaturo vetoes practically nulli StnnttA On It Willi lcith Pct ORATORS CHAMPION KKAl of- - tli I idle ami self sufficient Legisla Â¬ Governor Brown was elected on a pre fying tho result of seven months work Nos 537 530 and 511 AND MOWERS STODDARD AM ture that has given far moro thought to Constitutional platform He still stands nt an expense to tho Stato of 250000 a ACME HARROWS fcr w -- West Mntn Street jJtUeir personal enjoyment and proferment on it with both feet tho Leglslaturo to Tho members of that august body must DOORS AND SASH A fciPEClAWJO XOUISYILLE KY um to the interest of the people Eml- - the contrary notwithstanding Busscll feel very proud of themselves j 110 and 112 SrcoNi Struct Bullitt IRONTON 0 uoiuiitutioHalhit Pioneer Job printing cheap at this oiliec villo Ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Last summer tlie 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 ono dav Tlie doctors could When my do nothing with the disease I went to Walters family were taken Brothers of Waltersburg and told them the situation They said give Chamber Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Â¬ edy that they had sent out several hun- Â¬ dred bottles into the infected district and ovcry day we hear how this medicine is curing them So far we have not heard of its failing in n single instance I went to giving it and could soon see the good effects and a cure was the re sult Any ono in doubt about these facts may writo to me L C Ellis Rock Pope county Illinois For sale by Rose Jones A Training School for Lrgixjntor The State finds itself in much the same position it was at the beginning of the session with the exception of a quarter of a million dollars it lias paid out in operating a training school for legislators It was hardly more than was to be ex pected however nothing more than it Knowing as every man did deserved who had sense enough to know anything that this was the most important Legislature since tho organization of the State Government we yet elected as members of that body to revise the laws of the Commonwealth a set of men two thirds of whom had no knowledge whatever of the law or the devious processes of legislation or the duties of a legislator They were entirely untrained and unfit for tho work before thorn Wo do not impugn their motives but we condemn their incapacity and moro severely still the senseless sentiment which prompted their Shelby Sentinel election Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J14104 is Â¬ It safe to say that tho cities of Ken tucky will lose 73568212 This is based on a total value of 73568213 and the average city rate is placed atone dollar on the hundred Then add to this 22070464 which is a low average for counties in the State and we have a total loss to cities and counties of 05638677 This does not include tho loss to the State Treasury which will be nearly as To the Trad large Frankfort Argus Â¬ D S GODSEY W T SWANGO Secretary Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Green Ky May 10 1892 GREEN HUFFAKER CO Uoth Ignorant mid Incompetent Governor Brown with one stroke of his pen has swept iway the work of the Legislature for the past seven months The revenue bill and the corporation bill have been vetoed and the Legislature ha adjourned until the 15th day of No- Â¬ vember Pitty tis not for good and all The session of the Legislature has cost the State hundreds of thousands of dol- Â¬ lars It has been in session for a period of more than seven months and has Never in the accomplished nothing history of this world has a Legislature met that was more incompetent to do business By its ignorance and incom- Â¬ petency it has throttled every interest of the State tied the hands of capital and stopped development in every mountain Â¬ We have this day completed arrangements with the above named lirni and will handle their goods in large plan tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and allprices quoted in of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxvillc Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a trial Respectfully c DAY CO Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green Kv J J Â¬ fUPN Paint MADE Paint IS THE BEST Â¬ Best isthe Cheapest It Paint It Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Â¬ J H PIERATT -- JR an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t PEARSOInCLARK WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ tK Â¬ LOUIS STIX TABLER Dry Goods notions o t BUCKEYElJLt Spll OINTMENT Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I J ROBINSON W M KERR 3