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H ntAJnnr nuu E it en ww buuor SPENlirf rnnDFD -- Hazel Green m Vf f f f i Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing nt His Back Jll E IIAL 13 Sl00 w A YEAH Always In Ativan Kiaillll hii HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1S92 1 IT NUMBER 26 The OHtleek SPEECH OF JAMES H SWANGO The Greatest Effort OF t HHBTEB 1QVAUD IN THE o An 1 V 1 o all-jiumj- - History Lexington -- - Louis in Gus Straus DiSPUioSilCffli This is not a Every Department Overllowing to its utmost capacity catch penny sale of iny kind but pood honest values and qualities at fai reprices Durinc the coming week we wilHisplay full lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nevyears standing in Lexinuton er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT U tho tinpKt in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first We are doimr the largest business we have ever done class artists Come and make your selections early OUR L o0Co-cfro-000-frfro0 C STRAUS fi J ftfrtftfrO0 0O LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 9MMMM4M4H 06 yj UlTUllf EQ9B9Itkademabk PriwglSO W U K HHHBH t i pabr fliirkorr 3rovo Farm home Itiiclne Win wys After trying j of every known remctly I removed a lurge IJuneii of two year mantling from a 8 year old fllly 5 S with three applications of Mn Jny-Ks-e-S- QUINNS OINTMENT Itl8tbebe8tpreparatlonIhaveeyerudorhearl5 of 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen hundreds CO S ctuch tcttlmonial If ho AakyourdruKittttforlt Icmonr or silver for trUUxix Whitehall N Y iBAOT 0PBItIHe AT THE English Kitchen No 12 W Short Street Lexington Ky Kegular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from 0 A M t J a m Dinner from 10 a m to 3 p M Supper from ft v M to 9 i M Oys Open from ft a m to 12 fcr Llmb Frie i Pish Chickens and Quails a specialty i m CUS LUICART Proprietor B uosie CUHBBAIi JOB PRINTING JOHN m rose G JONE DEALERS IN JONies -- IfflROHAOTISH HAZEL GREEN KENTTCKY Uirrv acomnlcte lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents VIVILIIIIlMl Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi- Saddles Harness cf and sell FUK CASH at prices i nil vu nww i il wer tlian ever before seen in Jfcazei iireen guaranteed as represented or money refunded Sa CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE Send your order THIS OFFICE Stcomllnc the Xomlnntlurt of lion C II llrook nt the Irvine Convention Mr Chairman and gentlemen of the convention I bespeak the utmost stretch of your courtesy in asking tho indul- Â¬ gence of this honorable body for tho few words I may utter Requested by tho loyal democracy of Wolfo county I mako bold to present to this convention the public sentiment nnd political con- Â¬ victions of tho people from whom I como Never since the morning stars sang to-Â¬ gether has there been manifested that party zeal and political ardor as has been displayed by the invincible democracy of Wolfe county No longer blinded by our local prejudices we seek to shun tbe snares nnd pitfalls of unscrupulous poli- Â¬ ticians and to take our stand firmly upon the rock of political truth as marked by our great leader Grover Cleveland Pursuant of this state of affairs wc desire the nomination of a man whose dignity integrity and ability become the trust to which he aspires and whose loy alty to tho party which we uphold is A man who is able to unquestioned meet on the stump or in the forum any manner of man the broad empire of Ken- Â¬ tucky can aHbrd A man who by his masterly effort has climbed high on the slippery steps of earthly renown and proudly stands beneath tho folds of that venerable flag of our fathers the flag of Washington of Jefferson and of Equal Jackson emblazoned thereon rights to all and special privileges to none Fellow democrats I claim it is our duty to sacrifice local interests for the well being of our party and to vote for a man whose nomination means election and whose election means valient service and whose record in congress will stand as a monument to Kentucky statesman Such a man sirs we And in the ship personago of the Hon Caleb Ratcliff Brooks and in behalf of Wolfe county Although he I second his nomination suffered defeat his faith has repeatedly in democracy has grown day by day until he stands a model democrat armed with the truth of his cause and ready to do battle in behalf of his party Gentlemen of this convention I have never had the pleasure of casting a bal lot for any man but nevertheless I am proud to stand before you a democrat I inherited the principles from a sire whose democracy has never been dial lenged and it is not strange that I should love my party with a passionate devoI love Kentucky tion akin to idolatry My fathers pitched She is democratic their tents in her lonely forests when she the dark and bloody was indeed They watched by the cradle ground of the infant commonwealth beset with In behalf of her dangers on every hand they gave the best blood of their hearta Their sacred dust mingles with her soil and death alone can take from me the memory of their heroic deeds Wherever there has been a battle Ken- Â¬ tucky has always furnished a soldier Wherever there has been need of a states Â¬ man Kentucky has always furnished one her glorious manhood her beautiful and virtuous womanhood serene and majestic she stands the queenliest and haughtiest of all her sisUT states With in this congressional district are our own mountains covered with as fine timber as ever pointed to the heavens beneath their surface are beds of coal and iron rich as ever was dug from the earth The energies of our own people backed by the capital of our own bluegrass will till our valleys with the music of mills and make our mountains to resound with forge ami furnace We feel sir that the competency ami abilities of the gentleman to whom we have given our hearty endorsement will bring aUiut all we have asked and agiin I take pleasure of endorsing the name of C II Brooks lleveime lllll Will Not Ill There will lw a new revenue bill intro Â¬ duced in the house today from the revisory commission and wor will begin on this If those important law immediately who are in favor of a county treasurer exemptions to private formations equal taxation upon all proja rty both real Hrsonal and mixed and upon all frail chiifs could have a provision to suit each all would be satisfied and a reve Â¬ nue bill would Iw easy Hi mm but it can not Ik Iti brlieved that tliU short will not pass a revenue bill Kifion Frankfort Argus Â¬ Tho Duty of tho Hour Tho courts must dctermino what is tho final passage of a bill in the meaning of tho constitution and the issue is nt hand to solve tho question Tho appropriation of one hundred thousand dollars to tho Worlds Fair exhibit by tho legislature will le the law upon which the question must be determined Tho issues raised by tho governor aro not in our opinion well taken for tho reason that the decisions of tho court aro against him and practice and public policy aro on the side of tho legislature Tho situation is a very critical one to many interests in tho state and is more especially damaging to tho new constitution and tho latter seems to bo what is demanded by many In tho first place if the legislature sustains the governors position the Worlds Fair bill can not again be passed and Kentucky will not be represented nt the exposition Then again if the courts sustain the legisla ture tho necessity for an extra session did not exist and this great expense will fnll upon the chief executive Then again the great waste of monoy will injure tho Democratic party on ac Â¬ count of that partys control of tho executive and legislative branches of the government and each will try and shoulder the responsibility of this great out- Â¬ rage on the heads of tho other Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The now revenue and taxation bill which the genera assembly is expected to enact into a law during the present called session is now the subject of care ful and intelligent study by the member Wo have thought that it would be im Â¬ possible to reconcile the contending fac- Â¬ tions and bring together In harmony tho widoly separated opinions on this sub- Â¬ ject Recent developments Induce a dif- Â¬ ferent opinion and we now have reason for belief that if tho wishes of a majority of tho members of the general assembly can bo carried iuto effect a bill on tho subject of revenuo and taxation will be matured before the ICth of November next of such character as will meet tho approval or nt least rccclvo tho support of a sufficient number of tho members of each houso to enact it as a law Wo may be mistaken in our estimato of tho present temper of tho general assembly on this subject but such is the situation now as we seo it Frankfort Capital An OtiUltlera Opinion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The present administration has not benefitted the futuro outlook for the democracy in the state The great ex Â¬ pense of an extra session has to bo shoul- Â¬ dered by the administration in power and already he cry of the tax payer goes out for a halt Tho governor should have met tho general assembly in a manly upright way and solved the issues in a manner that would have done credit to both departments He should have requested tho general assembly to pass all the vetoes over his head thereby curing any technical defects as to the maimer of passing the bills leaving the policy of their passage to the legislature This would have saved nearly one hundred thousand dollars to the tax payers and the democratic party would not be charged with any responsibility for this waste of public funds The legislature can not grasp tho situation because of the friends of tho executive who stand by him and the future will open wide the gulch where the Democratic party may be ditched on account of tho inabil ity of its leaders to work in unity Frankfort Argus Â¬ In the judicial district just cast of us there is a prospect of a race for tho cir- Â¬ cuit judgeship Judge Lilly tho present incumbent is a candidate for ro clcction He is an extreme partisan republican and has shown much bitterness in his politics but poses now aB an independent nnd insists that there is no politics in tho judgeship Ho has tho republican party so completely under his thumb that it Tho does not daro to call a convention democrats havo nominated Hon D B Redwine of Breathitt a very bright plucky industrious young man who has qualities that admirably fit bin for tho position He has a clear vigorous intel- Â¬ lect a firm decided will and is withal an excellent lawyer and pleasant and cour- Â¬ teous in manner That district is grow- Â¬ ing in wealth and importance and ought to have a capable wide awake good judge such as Redwine certainly would make Winchester Democrat The Pardoning Power The taxpayers are interested in the number of pardons issued to criminals inasmuch as they have to furnish tho money to pay tho expense attending tho convictions Tho number of felons re Â¬ leased from the penitentiary by pardons during Gov Bnckncrs administration wan 110 this covering a period of four years From the commencement of Gov Browns administration tho number of Â¬ pardons issued is 80 This covers a pe- Â¬ riod of less than one year and fifty four of this number have been pardoned since Arcliltmtnl Dentil the first of January last Tho parole Last Sunday evening John Sewell of board was declared unconstitutional by Spencer this county started to church Gov Brown and there has boon no re Â¬ Beon a hand car with several others leases under this system as tho board fore they had proceeded very far an olw has never been called together Frank- Â¬ structiou in the shape of a plank was fort Argus observed lying across the track and Mr Sewell no doubt thinking the car would Vonlnt tint Van of Fruiuttntl Every citizen who has any respect for be thrown from the track jumped and fell in front of the car nnd was killed himself or his neighbor should cry aloud instantly his neck being broken Tho against a certain clement that has for obstruction was swept aside and those years been governing or trying to run who remained on the car were uninjured tho elections in this country If men Mr Sewell was about ofl years old and want office let Micm mako a square hon Â¬ leaven a wife and several children est open light The class of men and Among the latter are J Davis Sewell candidates that sneak around and work agent at EwingUm J J Sewell agent upon a certain clans of men by influencat Salt Lick and U W Sewell of Lex ing them with money and whisky aro ington Mr Sewell had been a regular far from worthy of the oftico which they attendant at the meeting at Spencer and seek A candidate that will flood tho wo understand had recently united with precinct with money and whisky to gain the church His remains were interred his election is the man that will be reÂ¬ at the Kemper burying ground Monday pulsed at the coming election by the The familv have the sympa honest sober thinking citizen Mt Ster- Â¬ afternoon thy of many friends in tho sudden and ling Gazette awful death of Mr Sewell Mt Sterling All Doubt Dispelled Gazette If there were any doubt in the mind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KhII HI FrnyrrN While attempting to avenge the wrongs to his daughter and niece Charles May nard was killed by Ed Queen in Wayno county West Virginia a few miles from Louisa A year ago Queen married Mil Â¬ liards niece and soon deserted her lie ceutly he induced Maynards daughter to run away with him Her father swore to kill him at sight and upon meeting him Mnynard presented a revolver and gave Queen five minutes to pray Queen prayed a short time and made a rush at Maynard who fired a ball which cut the Maynard the skin on Queens face drew a short loaded club and struck Queen a stunning blow They clinched ami Queen wrwted tho revolver from Maynard ami shot him in the mouth tho Iwll pninr upward through the bralu The murderer cscaod and May uards friends offer 100 reward of anybody that the original tariff plank introduced into the Chicago convention by its platform committee was good re- Â¬ publican dootrin it will be entirely dis Â¬ pelled by the presidents letter of acceptance Mr Cleveland says he knows no Â¬ thing about the protection gospel that was sought to be injected into the demo Â¬ cratic party law Now who ws it that attempted the fraud and how came tbe We should committee to be so misled be in a pretty fix truly if tbe conven- Â¬ tion had not cowe to the rescue put its foot upon the moHtroity a ad substi j tuted a declaration clear riagiMje and unequivocal ioHrier jouniai The big tight at New Orleans oh Wednesday night of last week resulted I tit e if ttltm Taiaui T stiltnAt California who knocked out Sullivan in the tweuty lrst round 7T2Z Ilazel Green Herald BPENOER COOPER PublUner ILZEti GREEN t KY THE EMPTY NEST 1 round to day An empty upnt Tho pretty robins hud flown nvmy Tlisit loved It best Lnat HjirliiR it wan wrought with IovIjir euro With 11 hlp of straw enlaced with hair A twig and n fcuthcr here tiad there From tho mothcrH brciiKt Inst spring they twittered the v hole itny long And now not 010 1 list In vuln for tho robins nonir With tho morning nun Do they over think of tho rmpty newt J Does a pitiful hWKlu till fault liroam In the hawthorn tree -- approach of its expected owner ami tho tent itself for the revnlntiou of a possible inmate If it should bo occtt pied by a man and his wife only the man would return ut evening from tho hunt and ere that time tho woman would doubtless appear outside the tent If several men were within 0110 or more of them mightsootiBhow themselves Absolutely motionless ho lay prono in the warm grass and waited At last his patience was reward a3 The nwlnglng door was pushed usldo and from within there stepped a young and handsome woman Iter dress was Â¬ of fine dcorskiiiH For tho luinthuriihomr when they When tho day in ilotie ncNt fly to rest And 1 A Kroup of iirHlllnpi u mothers breast My mul tears How Konio fell asleep mime flow awuy Ifku the lttllo robins that nuiik all dny In the Ucur old trto where we utod to piny In tho lon ago think of nnother empty 1 loved It so And think of tho soncs the children stint With a milled hljh And tho walls whore the pictured nice hung I know not why llutl dreuiu of tho empty cradle there The old time clock tho rocking chulr Whore we knelt to lisp the evening prnycr In the days tonu by And the bloomlnp lowers and drantiur bees I cant forget Tho jKind we waded the spreading trees 1 remember yet Tho ono with the name cut In tho side with boyish pride He cut It there the boy that died Tho household pet I would not sou Tho baby faces updtibt tho pane To welcome me Tho mother nlan across her breast They folded her tired haiuls to rest And homes like ihc desolate empty nest I I cannot ko to the place again In the hawthorn tree Hut there at laM I fain would rest When tho vaco Is run llltu a tired robin that seeks i nest With Ihc sotting sun For thq angf spirits w ill meet mo there We will wing our wnv t tho haven fair From the empty licit O Rrftnt my prayer When the day is done Ida Jack Hal it Louisiana Koview 1 broidered but of a fashion unlike that of the Sioux women her jet black hair was arranged In two long plnlls that fell over her shoulders and her features were the prettiest and most delicately formed that the delighted youth had ever behold Shading her eyes with her hand she gazed earnestly out along the horiou as If expecting some one and then retired once more within the tent Satisfied now that the woman was alone and her husband out following the deer or the buffalo the young man rashly resolved to surprise the fair oc cupant of the solitary tent before the hunters return He stole as noiseless ly as possible to tho doorway and placed his hand upon the tnssolcd door his heart beating violently meantime partly from fear of the sudden approach of his unknown enemy and partly from his eagerness to see more nearly the charming face that had captivated lijs fancy Suddenly with a last hurried glance over his shoulder he Hung the door aside and bent his plumed head to the low opening His eyes fell instantly upon the woman seated on i buffalo robe and embroidering n moccasin She lifted her eyes at his unexpected entrance and greeted him with u charm ing smile which greatly increased his confusion Purely he thought this is an elk or deer in woman shape or else one of the fairy sisters Any mor- Â¬ tal woman would scream nt the sudden appearance of a stranger whllo ulono uud unprotected in her lodge Who are yon he exclaimed at last Are you a Dakota The girl smiled tigtiiti and shook her head Where is your husband ho asked She told him in the sign language that she understood not the Sioux tongue that site wis with her younger brother wlo will soon return from his days hunt She also informed him that she was the daughter of a powerful chief whose village was several days journey to the north and that on the third morning they would return Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ elaborately em- Â¬ aside incredulously Finally tho youth boldly asked tho maiden to become his wife and to accompany him homo Sho appeared to consent but stipulated that he should first return with them to her fathers lodge To test her lovers faith she proposed also to conceal him in a largo par Heche rawhide trunk there to await her brothers return Although the young warrior fully realized that he was placing him- Â¬ self in a perilous ami even humiliating position for loves sake he submitted ono evening to be crowded into the narrow space within ono of these painted trunks where he lav helpless and unable to move breathing through u small opening which was turned to wan tho outer circumference of the Â¬ Â¬ -- IT na to Its ussc Stulllng at her ignor- Â¬ wonderful weapon possessl by tho A QUACK IN AFRICA ance ho made signs expressive of lt stranger called the mysterious iron death dealing force but she looked The Sioux professed his readiness to Ho Took Cattlnai IVrs and KoonAc ft meet them all and challenged them toil Contempt uously and incredulously they offered their best ponies for a mark and this time tho offer of one was accepted The Sioux fired and the beautiful ani- Â¬ mal leaped into tho air and fell lifeless Some of tho people screamed othera fled and all were persuaded of the wonderful gifts of the stranger who was believed by many to bo an Impersona Â¬ tion of tho thunder The wedding was celebrated by feast Â¬ ing and gifts and tho triumphant youth carried homo his beautiful bride and her dowry of many fine horses laden with rich robes and ornaments Soon after his return to his own people he trial or its magical powers Â¬ Â¬ lodge The hunter returned at the usual hour and v as informed by his sister that a stratige young man of another tiibe had called at the lodge She described vividly his Hue appearance splendid dress and the strange weapon he car Â¬ ried but omitted to mention his pro Â¬ posal of marriage and his prose in tho hwlge The concealed lover felt very tncomfortabtc as he listened to the conversation not a word of which he could understand ami in spite of his passion lie dreaded some perfidy on the part of the smiling lilnckfoot mnidcu He clutched his gun to his breast and lay still Darkness come on and all slept the adventurous Sioux far from soundly owing to anxiety and his cramped position At daybreak the young hunter arose saddled his pony and went out after deer having agreed with his sister to return verv earlv and if tins- sible to surprise the stranger in their lodge Accordingly she released her lover us soon as she could and gave him an abundant break fast after which they sat talking for a long while Â¬ Â¬ THAVKMNO UOMKWAIin WITH HIS IlltlPi sion distributed Have a great feast and upon this occa- Â¬ these presents among the trlbq Subsequently 1111 equal number of horses burdened with blankets guns knives powder beads and other articles obtained from the white men were sent as si present to the Ktackfoot chief OEMANDED Hut the CAnDAMOM bEEDS - sj- - mmH After promising to come again when the brother wiih at home the young warrior took his leave with a lingering look behind him which sutileicntly announced to the girl the Impression she had made lie now resumed his watch from be Â¬ hind the tuft of sagebrush and as the sun was near betting a rider appeared a moving speck on the horiin sight WIN boys were born to ti zon In at11 few a handsome certain woman of the Sinnv young man rode minutes up to the lodge and tribe in tlic midst of u torrlile thunder- Â¬ dismounted from his pony is sister storm In accordance with the old cits immediately came out to meet him re- Â¬ toin tho children wore named from this leased the body of the young doe from ci re ti 111 st an ec after tho deity Or jier his saddle bow removed saddle and aonltlctttlon of thunder The elder was bridle and watered and picketed the called pony She then followed her brother and the younger into the tent from which a of They grow up in close com smoke fooh Issued and lost thin trailthe itself in panlonshlp but at tho ape of about blue air twelve years the elder brother fell sick After they and tiled The other wus for time peared and had supped the pair reapthemselves inconsolable and ho never coaled to the sunset seatedthe cool of to enjoy and evening communicate with the spirit pf his They held an animated conversation In other as though ho were still upon accompanied by the most the earth At an early ape the youth gestures all of which were expressive closely obannounced his determination to go served by the unseen watcher who forth alone upon the warpath u undertaking among the Da Â¬ kota who seldom attempt a solitary expedition until they become experienced warriors This feat wus to bo undertaken upon the advice of the el Â¬ der twin who had promised success to his younger brother if hu would follow strictly hlK directions The young xnn accordingly set out on foot upon Jiis hazardous journey carrying with tBLnBto iMg iff v Vtfji if lilm his gun and ammunition and sev Â¬ eral pairs of inocenslns On tho Kecoud day ho shot a deer and having cut out tho tonguo and heart for food offered tho entire ani- Â¬ mal uk u sHcrllieo to tho thunder god after the manner of his people He htretched and pinned It to tho ground by the four extremities offered praters for a safe mid victorious return and then hlept beside the embers of the lire At dawn he resumed his journey toward rou iovch akk hk siumittkix the north concluded that tho girl had said tioth- After muHjr days of wearisome trav Â¬ UK tu eling tho wanderer discovered 0110 terioushit uromor concerning nor mys- Â¬ visitor morning in tho dlbtanco u Military Tho night passed without incident tepeo It seemed to flicker white through the Mintlllntlng heat jilong and tho young Slonx watched the the far horizon Ho approached it lilnckfoot depart in tho morning bo fore presenting himself at the lodge of more nearly It proved to bo a Uat of his beloved She smiled archly as she akliw tnnnetl to beautiful whiteness saw him and ccused her embroidery and painted with ymbollc figure A long to man and woman wore depleted at full guage enough didask in tho sign lan Â¬ Why you not come as you length on either hide of tho doorwaj- promised lie fore mv lirntlwr iVm Cautiously the youth crept still near Tlu responded an er to tho tent but without dctectiag otherartful youth Why did you with tellÂ¬ questiou not anv siirn of Ufa In its nelcrhhn lwi your brother of my visit yesterday save tho pitseuce of a horde of beauti- Â¬ Upon this both laughed aloud and con- Â¬ ful spotted ponies which were grazing tinued to converse with more freedom near by No smoko issued from the Tho maiden exhibited her finely aperture in tho top and Hot oven a dog worked robes ami other possessions thrust his nose under tho gayly tas-Â¬ while she coyly took note meanwhile sel ed door The young Indian accord of tho brilliant point unusual equip- Â¬ ingly concealed his body behind a tuft ments and handsome face and form of of sage brush on a little eminence the fascinating stranger which commanded the mysterious rotniing to his gun which was al- tepee and soanued the horizon for the ways within roach she questioned him Â¬ Â¬ 1 thither Tlir lIKAlTim ANIMAL A III IKAlTIl IN Till 1 Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ -- Suddenly the shadow of tho lilnckfoot darkened the doorway The in- Â¬ truder did not betray his surprise by the slightest start and the two young men cordially greeted one another and eyitered into conversation by means of signs When the young Sioux presently announced his desire to make the maid en his wife and his intention of return ing with them to the tribe 01 the mor row there was a silence Krieiid finally exclaimed the you will expose yourself lllaekfoot to great danger by returning with us My sister has many suitors among the young men of the tribe and some one among them may be induced by jeal ousy to kill you Tho other smiled and pointed to his l am able to gtii saying in effect di fend myself What is this singular weapon de manded in surprise the lllaekfoot The owner of the gun replied bv ask ing him to set up a mark which he would pierce at a distance much irrcatyr than that at which an arrow would prove effective The Hlaekfoot offered the white pony which he usually rode but was refuted A willow wand was thrust into the earth and instantly cloven by the bullet greatly startling by the unaccustomed sight and sound both the youth and girl the latter cf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ other as they had a great dial to say to each the hero of many an anecdote but nev er of a more amusing tale titan one in connection with the department of agriculture On one occasion before il was converted into a mbiuct depart ment and was still only a commission iiii Kevre went to the commissioner and preferred 11 request for some seeds What kind of seeds he was asked Now whether or not le Ievre really knew wliit he wanted when he started lias ahvavs been a question but at all events when t lie commissioner asked him he didnt have a erv ckar idea of what he hail been sent for Howensithe kind of seeds he was most fainihu with was cardamom seeds and he promptly told the commissioner that tlic were what he wanted Cardamom semis stiid tho uiisoi phisticaTed commissioner What kind of seeds are those anyhow Who wants them What are they for For congressmen Le Ievre replied The commissioner didnt know much about cardamom seed but he ordered up the man whoouht to have the cardamom seeds ifjtliere uvrtfunyl They reTodl wjtfhfLlu subject for some time while T lvrc sat demure ly in the corner Finally the commis sioner gravelv informed him that the commission had none on hand and were not prepared to supply tlum just then Whereupon L Ievre vowed it was a queer agricultural department that didnt keep cardamom ceds and went off to the capitol where inside of a few lours an mm 1 Itttlt i II was ordered to loolclnto the nutter There was a Igoifa deiUof joking firs and last over j ho cardamom seed committee but they heldMno meetings that anyone ever knew of Kate Fields Washington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NiillInuThiiii rin K11111I of New York has been Jleu Ie oiuiuUsptipi- of Agriculture Did rrc A Oorman agent In the Routluvei fl rican possessions of Genuanv headquarters in llerlln that confides men and scamps huvo invaded that sparsely settled and half eTa reiflon lie sues tlnif n v man went wan lering through the coZ try carrying on his back a bug fliuj with medical nostrums Little lion was paid to him but it was toSl later Unit he knew nothing whatoverlr medicine and that his little ploT wafers and drugs wore worth no mow than so much fetish Ho heralded hi coming everywhere just as the quMJ lectors do In tills country mid thosim pc mlndel natives Hocked to him from far and near to secure the benelVu of his wonderful treatment Ho remained rnly I wo or three weeks in a plnCo nnd then would seek other fields He t pu incut In cattle and from place to l ate he drove his herd which costlum nothing for food and kept rapidly n creasing in sio Finallvhe icappciired on the coast with a he l nf about one thousand nix hundred cattle out of which ho had I uukoed the natives As he hnd no medical skill and the contents of the nnstcrious bag probably were not worth touilolnrs he found tho business a paying one The natives after ho had swindled them made up their minds as to his true character anilth tttoiman agent writes t lint it probably wiihiu not oe saie now lorany ituiernto dealer in medioine uud cures to travel through the country however honest ami competent he might be Thutigcnt says however that there is a tine opening in southwest Africa for sonic ming prat tit ii nor who is hav ing hard work building up a practice In let many lie names the town where the young man should settle aiuffitrs he is confident that a few years practice aiming the natives theie would enable him return to lermaiiy witlia hi u ir little fortune The agent will ex enise great care to prevent any more quacks and humbugs from getting into the country and giving the nitivean unfavorable impression of all uhite J r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men Chicago Times AN ADEPT AT RESIGNING Â¬ The Aeiiiuitttiitt Novel Method r Taking n lu iitliiu Living in a fashionable town within commuting distance of New York Is n gentleman who invariably attracts at tention bv his long hair strangers alwa s conclude that he is nothing less than a great lawyer or bank When the more curious ask his fellow townsmen about him they are told the following story Due day the gentleman whoisnncof the best accountants 111 the metropolis stepped no to the president of the hank by which he is emploved and nidi he had decided to resign and that hi resignation mustgo into effect iintueJi Â¬ pa-si-de- ntelr THE KINGS DWARFS A WED Murrlauu That Took 1Iaeu With Keul Splendor being stood before her The Sioux however by carefully explaining the mechanism of the wonderful gun and putting a few grains of powder on V u tire dispelled all superstitious fears The Hlaekfoot was now persuaded mat mo stranger was a personage whom it would be an honor to bring home as a guest he therefore sented to the lovers proposition wiAy insisting that the youth must bo con Â¬ cealed in a bundle of skins and con Â¬ veyed secretly to tho chiefs house on a travois lest he should lose his life by the rash action of some jealous brave Accordingly they set out next morning at daybreak for the Hlaekfoot village tho adventurous Sioux hidden in robes upon his rude conveyance bringing up the rear At nightfall on the second day they reached tho village and the chief welcomed them hospitably only warning tho stranger to beware of tho disappointed suitors of his handsome daughter In the morning the wholu tribe was assembled to hear tho announcement that the chief would give his daughter in marriage to a young warrior of another tribe Hero some hot headed youths were ready to fall upon moir suocessiui rival but were held back by tha chief and told of the whom now fancied that a supernatural tn Little Ciibstm was attlie christening and saw-- the small Anne decked out 111 great splendor and although he was still rather young to think of matri mony he fell in love with her then and thm g The affection was returned and uuuuu course me King aim queen gavi their7 consent to the marriage of the two dwarfs Srcat preparations were made for this wedding which was celebrated In tho chapel of the palace of St liPncs and everybody who was anybody at all was bidden to the ceremony Hen netta Maria who in more senses Mum one was the rQlgning beauty of the ItritisH court toqk great merest in tin festivities rtnd nmiycll iTorsolf In nll her splendor and loveliness to bestow her blessing on tho little pair Tho little bride looked charming in white satin dress with a very long train while the tiny groom wore a white satin waistcoat with trimmingof satin His hose and bruuuhes wtjm of white silk ami diamond huekh sparkled in his tlnyshoes The dwarfs were a dainty pair and created a sen sation as they stood before the clergyman exchanging their vows KUfi Charles very hnutls ojiu vefy gracrful ana looicing every inch n king gave away tho bride St Nicholas 11 Â¬ Â¬ The president was loth to lose M valuable a man and urged him to reconsider the matter He talked w itli hira for an hnurinit to no purpose The employe whose shin as a matlicinn tick 11 was beyond anything ovoivmyt with by the oflicinlK of the bank was bound to leave the institution llut absolutely refused to give a 113 ronton for his doingsj The accountant left that day onaahe bank was obliged to get along ns llbt it could without him Ten days later the cashier was astonished on entering the bank to find tho accountant hard at wqrlnt his old desk Tho mathematician said good morning just as ho hail done every day for y ears before hu resigned but offered no explanation The president mid cashier decided to let their stramre acting employe koe at his work-- and ask no questions f Three months Inter tho atcotinlant went into the presidents oHleo ngnin nnd telideied his resignation It wns accepted and the man was absent for a week or more Then he suddenly ed Â¬ The same thing wos repeated again Now it is a standing jk in that bank that tho accountant has resigned It is his way of talcing vacation HoyiiQver stitvs away niore than vo wecjks NTY CommoiclaU and again Somen hut Ilulit Squires Youre naturally a kind hearted agreeable fellow dohti Why is It that you never smile Old lionuyfaot I tried it once and it took mo so long to got 1113 face back Ive been afraid to repeat it Judge more than William Astor said u solemn looUinj tramp to another in the city hall park Oh come off yesterday Yes sir did when I die ho Â¬ Ill leave only left sixty millions and Ivleavu the whole world K Y Journal have heretofore been nulto missive but it is stated on good authority that thejTi are now likely to proceed against all labor typewriter manufacturing com panics In Mime cases purchasers of ma chines which infringe Uemington pat- Â¬ ents may also bo proceeded against tot infringement Until these cases dcHnltely settled this action will deter many people from purchasing type writers which aro colorable imitations of tho Hemington To save a few dol lars a man does not want to buy cnjne wim a law suit attachment racially when tho other machine is tM best N Y Journalist Juuo 18 1W Â¬ Â¬ gfjypewriters Important Typewriter Decision Imlge Lacontbe sitting in tho United States Circuit Court here has on the motion of the Unington Typewriter Company granted an injunction ngalnst theiigeits of the Franklin rcstniiolng the sale of that machine ou uecouuto infringement of Remington patents The decision is an important ono as It proves the yonp ol of tho fundamental patents and may affect other innkcrs Thoomlnglonpoo0 n j 4 is a disastrous failure tim aro frauds the fat friers aro contldonoo Tariff lllll rrovca to lie Mlgl men and tho manufacturers Iriutt Jltnuhui that fur thopo who passed tt and nlshed the fat have been buncoed It Is Louisville Courier Journal raised H ns tho perfection of hunmn iLiom tell the truth Thoy tntetuletl GLAlMNQFRAub iii o Inctyase prices but thoy say now Th vny th tlrpulillonn AilniltiWtrittloit tno contrary clYeot ut it lias onduet Ml servlro Itc lorni reason for tho change of tone is Tho No party ever had a fuller opportu- Â¬ Tho remarlcablo revolt nity to redeem Its at obscure pledges than tho re Slnst MeKlnley prices which occurred publicans had during the JtlK November election 1SD0 opened when they controlled both two years houses of h tuxors and thy tl eves of tho hlft coiiKroM as woll as tho executive fit IltlCO to hodLO Slllle llimi Iheir newer was Man complete I fliavo Qt heard so much of the diro structed their responsibilityand unob absolute hat the outcome has been wo know cheapness regard for On tho credit side of tho account ap The republicans have such short mom pears a striet observance of tho civil jrics when they are anxious to forget service law as far as it reached tho In it may be necessary to recall some trodcetton of the system into the navy of the expressions which indicated the yards by Secretary Tracy a few small purpose for which the Mclvinley bill extensions of tho scope of the law In triMJcnactcd It cannot be forgotten that other branches of tho service and tho while a candidate for appointment of an excellent civil Qtn Harrison tfce presidency four years ago took oo service commission Hut what do wo rtdon to deprecate the depraved taste llnd on tho other side of tho account A Mat refusal iu spite of for cheap clothing which he attributed tho urgent remarking that a recommendation of tho civil service to the democrats dwapcoat implied a cheap man inside commission to extend the system to the Maj MeKlnley in his census bureau and to a Inrirer nnnihor coat tho pecchcs before tho election of IbUU of the post olllces and reveuuo otltccsf stated that cheapness is a badge of pov iu wuiou u certainly was applicable Henry Cabot Lodge the republ- the protection by members of thifad- rty laid down ministration of employes who lmvo ican scholar in politics the profound principle that cheapness vnuaieu mo statute against political These casual obser- - assessments tho failure to repeal any ii un American A DI5AC3I HUUO FAILURE Kniiitt THE MOJAVE INDIANS bl -- - -- Â¬ Â¬ tt Â¬ A i s iY i -- li r I ft V y i3 in L l f x -- I TIIEIK TIME HAS COME AGAIN Tho protected monopolists tolmve homu inoro fat fi iod out of them Puck rations sullleiently indicate the trend opinion among republicans prior to November 1VJ0 havo got of j I we are not confined to mere expressions to indicate the pur- - j and removals and finally tho most pose of the bill When Maj Mclvinley unblushing employment of persons in i i reported it he presented also a report me puoue service in running cau to nccompanv it In this report lie cuses and local conventions to pocure twos such expressions as these the election of delegates to the natlouul We have not hei n so much eona med about convention favorable to the nomination tto prices of Uu articles uu consume us we of President Harrison for a second late heen to cneotinice a system of homo nroterm and in controlling the national iwtlon Harpers Weekly The Mnunlttee will rolinlt that freo trade or Convention itself tnctiuo duties would temporarily diminish tho POINTS AND OPINIONS wd of product uomumeil hy tho eolv but K Hut casual i - law at variance with tho object of ox isting reform legislation a glaring disregard of 4tho spirit and purpose of the reform in executive appointments Â¬ CTulsphicu Cliertjier t TH Democrats are standing up for the union Attacking the integrity of products from nbreml to the Amer separate sfites is an assault upon the ican cfiiisuircjs menus cheaper labor at homo nation Kansas City Times tail lower rewards to the domestic producer ltli no permanent beneilt to tho cmisiimor When the Harrison republicans TJia country is the least prosperous w hero Mud a y to win without New York lew iirliis and low wuijes preall and Indiana they will begin calcula Your lomtnlttee has not soucht bv tlie l iciklslnllou to further cut flow a prices at tions to see how they can get along ttecxpensenf our own pusp rlty but to pro without Illinois Iowa Wisconsin ami lowor vouldfliily le because tin foreign product ut u prlrt would force down the home product ltnltothcr Â¬ pro-pos-s- Illtor from other countries whoe conditions Now it is said that Secretary Fos rH uplt are unwilling to udopt We lme ter of the treasury is to be forced out roi lcPived that inr people ulreudv Mifferln fr11 low lirlii s enti nr i iM h wi IUIIi u h of the cabinet because ho couldnt de ilatiu that will reinilt la lower price No liver Ohios vote to Harrison ut Minneantr tver suffered when prices were fairly apolis Mr Harrison Ifns no love for JtmunerAtno In very Hold tf labor aed I Ins wn the puriws of the committee to mj adjust the man who cant bo useful to him Indiana polls Sentinel ills upon cc mpetliiR foreign prod ids a to personally wtcu ir pioplo from ruliioiih competition from Harrison thinks that he can carry ttroiul The cxtntuts present the views of the New York without the assistance of The absurdity of ays and means committee clearly Ilatt and Miller your Incle Henjamins coutidenco up- tnough Tho eominittee did not b pears to tlie fact that lie could not liov II i UTU U Aoriela earn- - the state If llattand Millerunited Wh Wi KKIhVn ffort to help him Detroit Free raaice jirices therefore I ICSS a bill whieh would not make Stevenson is a ligure that grows tlicin lower Hut now they say that visibly in the public eye His New these assertions about the bill were visit scored for him a palpable wlsehoods hlle we aro about it we Yorlc He talks with Muency and thinks hit make this clear also The repub with vigor Democratic hopes for tho lican platform says distinctly Wo tisbert that tho prices of manuumircd electoral vote of Illinois rise confidentÂ¬ i Â¬ Â¬ with cirtnlaty ucaiiid tlmtlncrcsIiir com Kansas St Louis llepublic ard A These superstitions and traditions are in many eases serious obstacles to the establishment of and success of the hospitals at the government schools and agencies where the people may be intelligently treated and supplied with proper remedies many of the more con servative preferring the methods em ployed by the native medicine men to those of the white physicians Some of the more advanced however arc glad to avail themselves of tho treatment of the government physician Soon after the establishment of a free bos pltal in connection with the Industrial school mentioned above a young girl who had been given up to die by the medicine men was brought it distance of eighteen tulles through the broiling sun of an Arizona summer upon an improvised stretcher carried by two men to receive medical treatment at the hospital She wa carefully treated and nourishing food prepared for her but she was very ill On the day after her admittance to thr hospital her relatives and friends gath ered around the building and began the death wall all eJTorts to iiniet them proving ineffectual They de manded that the patient be given them in order that they might take her to the river bottom where wood was more plentiful and her body could the more easily be disposed of when she should die The situation called for con siderable Mrmness on the part of the superintendent and the physician who resolutely refused to comply with the demand of the importunate relatives telling them that they could have their kinswoman back when she recovered or would be given her body in ease of her death Finally this ar rangement living satisfactory the death wail ceased and the crowd dis porscd leaving the young woman to re by cover undisturbed the visions of the funeral pile and its barbarous fes tivities In ten days the patient was delivered to her relatives cured and her recovery has been a potent factor in weakening their faith in the old heathenish rites of Hie medicine men and breaking down to a degree at least some of the strongest barriers to civilization and enlightenment StandÂ¬ Â¬ iremedtes would do no irood his wife pould not recover as she had some years before eaten the Mesh of a beaver The Mojavcs have a nuinW of tm dlHons concerning the origin of tho world which date buck many Cen Â¬ turies though how many we have been unable accurately to uncertain but tho traditions seem clearly to point to the existence of these clans In prohlstorlo times Some of the old members of tho Mojave tribe relate with much awo nud reverence a tradition to which they still cling regarding a rugged mountain peak north of the val- Â¬ ley known as Hiost mountain The story says that many years ago before the Indians came to this region a large volume of water covered this part of the earth temporarily that there was a small boat or raft which Moated upon the surface of the water many days saving the lives of a small number of persons tho rest being drowned At last the waters receded and the little craft rested sufely on the highest ledge of ihost mountain and not a brave among them will ever visit the spot nor are they willing to have their white neighbors explore the mountain believing Mutt should any one ever reach the spot where the boat rested he would suddenly be stricken with death Among other strange beliefs held by the Mojaves Is one resembling that of the East In dians of the transmigration of souls It teaches that the evil spirits which have Inhabited the body during life are transmitted at deatli to tho body of some bird or animal The physician at the Herbert Welsh industrial school being summoned on one occasion to at tend a young Mojave woman who was very ill with a fever was told by the young womans husband Unit his Â¬ Among Tltnlr Trndltlon Thry llnvo Ono ConrnrnliiK tho flood AGRICULTURALHINTS PEACH LEAF CURL OUR COUNTRY ROADt Thoy Iflolatff T4f the Varmitr Mtt Are a UreM Watto of Mewoy Tho 8L Paul Pioneer Pros in re A DUfunf Mhlrh Oticuim Whrrtiver viewing an article In the Forum by 1eiHhc Are l ovn This peculiar disease Is Widespread John Wesley Hookwaltor Kays Witlhf both in this country and iu Europe oc Mr Hookwaltor Is right wsorlJlHH curing wherever the peach Is grown much of tho tendency of population te It often severely Injures nursery atook move from the country to tho eltjr tOjcm young thrifty growing trees uto more iiiu isuinviuii ui inrtH tun kiiu WHiieMPv t Httbject to its attacks than those more pinn or navuig tarm lanus mo surveyed mature The curl Is limited to the that there wouM b a village In th4 period when tho young shoots and center of each section whoru all the leaves ate most tender after the tis Â¬ families might live has excellent fea- Â¬ sues of these parts are fulry formed or tures we think that ho hnA scarcely nurtured they are no longer itiToetcd given duo weight to the evil olTeots of The disease shows Itself as soon as the our country roads In creating and en- leaves are expanded Hy the first or forcing almost absolute soulusion for f middle of Juno the only signs of the country dwellers malady are the withered leaves on tho Tho worst diflloulty about rural iffe ground and the shriveled shoots ou the Is not the distance that soparutes ona tree new loaves have already de Â¬ habitation from another it is the fact veloped on tho lateral twigs The Illus- Â¬ that this distance to be ttaverscd Is a tration Fig 1 shows tho character- barrier during certain seasons of the istic appearance of n peach leaf af Â¬ year almost as Impassable as a moun- Â¬ fected with tho curl and tho same en- Â¬ tain range or a swollen torrent Farm- graving Illustrates u twig diseased ors as a rule are well supplied with from the same cause Frequently tho vehicles and horses Thoy are not wedded to it llfo of solitude but love cheer and sociability even better than other folks They tlud these denied to them by the condition of tho country roads during a large portion of the year This Is loss marked In our prairie country than it Is in sections ut the east and south where the soil changes under the Influence of rainfall to a tenacious mud that practically nega- Â¬ Hut even here tives all locomotion there Is a considerable portion of the year when a drlyo of from three in ten miles Is anything but a pleasant under- taking In the most unfavorably situ ated communities there nrq f ulljt six mouths when neighborhood intercourse is denied to all but pedestrians This is tho great saerlilce which lie must make who decides to try country llfo Â¬ no 1- - iir cum -- aki uim KI lKAP AND TWtfJ Â¬ Â¬ entire leaf Is Involved tho diseased part being somewhat thicker and of a more Meshy texture than that Iu health The under surface Is usually smooth but the upper has it more or less mealy appearance When the leaf stock Is af Â¬ fected it swells to several times its normal thickness and seldom attains its full length These portions have a pule green color the surface Is swollen and uneven and turns black and dies The cause of peach leaf curl is a minute fungus called Taphrlua deformans It is closely related to tho fungus which causes plum pockeU The mycelium or spore producing part of this fungus forms a net work of threads resembling u string of bauds In the tissues of the peach leaf This is illustrated in Fig U From these threads the spores or seeds aro produced by whieh the dls ease is spread from tree to tree These Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ no fi -- IKAK CTltl niAMKNTS MAONI- - IlUll Â¬ hil1 I THE DANGLE DRACELET Â¬ 5 iSJ of general Xinivr th coisumptlon have lven re ojcrttilon of tho tariff act of the ways and means committee Ril ti0 hill would not do the publlca n platform of IS1W says it has P The law was praised in 1S00 be tise it would not cheapen and is Praised in 1SJ2 because it has cheap nctl it Is hernlded as a magnlMceut Recess because It has accomplished That It was Intended to prevent This tho measure of republican statesman of lWO What liip organs draw this inference if tho tniittee do not Comment on this Port will be in order when It Ls re ced hut tho republican papers are aklngtholr comments in advance on iaev parte statement of what It shows 4 their comments nro directed to JJftw that It has done what It was said FJforo its passage it would not do and reh tho American people would not gPprove According to its friends and ffrooates therefore the Mclvinley bill flui Mnley bm lllIM0 report of tho senate finance com not yet accessible Is of tho we general tenor if we may judge v tho advance notices that havo been nt out Prices they say aro cheaper ml wo are left to infer that the Me The ttee tlum HO pu rcpub- - Ianhlon Crae Unit Innl to Make lie lender lltippy There was a time within the memory of most of the jewelers now iu business when no article of Jewelry was more popular with a certain elass of cus ly the better Stevenson becomes poputomers than the bangle bracelet At larly known Kansas City Times llrst the ornament consisted of a simple iov MeKlnley claims that his chain from whieh was suspended a coin tarilf bill has brought about a deelluo or a medallion with one side smoothed AGRICULTURAL NOTES of Ill per cent in the cost of the neces Â¬ and engraved with initials or a monoTm Michigan Farmer says an Eng Â¬ saries of life He also claims that un- gram Afterward other bangles were his bill the average rate of duty added to the ornament until the chain lish gardener who has hud great sucÂ¬ der was reduced to Oili percent Then could scarcely be seen ou account of its cess in raising radishes mixes his radish beds with one half soft coal ashes tarilT reduction does reduce tho cost of numerous peudnuU nud soot Inder this plan his beds aro Why not have after a necessaries The fashion amounted to a craze more of itV SU Paul lobe Hrls and young ladies solicited from not infested with worms Many tons of manure are transported The tin plate liar is still ubroad their friends gifts of raro or curlotiK in the land anil despite the fact that coins and having accumulated enough from our cities which contain less than the metal will come Into the country to satisfy their ambition took them to a dollars worth if soluble food This Is lSiM weav Â¬ a jeweler to be perforated and engraved may bo benellelul as a mulch but is free until duly too often a very costly way of preserv- Â¬ ing marvelous yarns of the ben with the Initials of their owners MeKlnthe of Within recent years the Inlted Statea ing the fertility of the land Elmer E eficent results four cents perjxiund government enacted a law prohibiting Suminey ley law A tax of It is best to grow a variety of corn will be Imposed on imported tin for two the mutilation of coins either by perfo If it Is struck by years from duly ISM This duty will rating them or by grinding away tho that will mature naturally increase the cost of the metal design for the purpose of engraving frost after it has arrived ut the glazed to the manufacturers of silver plated Hy this means tho fashion came to an stage it will keep as woll In the silo and untimely nud and tho Jewolors were make as good fodder tut If It had not ware solder and certain other products and will enable the Ihigllsh owners of deprived of an important source of 4 been frozen that ls our experience Prof nobcrUon the San Jacinto California and other re venue Jewelers Weekly At the first appearance of blight hill tin mines in this country to sell their An iperti Opinion your potatoes as high and steep as you limited product at an advance of four llootblaok Shine drV Tho fungus Is washed down can cents per pound which increase will Gentleman Impatiently Can not through the boll by rain If it reaches of course have to be borne by tho conthe potatoes it causes them to rot Hy sumer The Mclvinley law is u greatÂ¬ you see that my boots are blacked Bootblack but its a bad Job hilling it will be washed botweatt boon to the manufacturer and capitalQuean yeu did Ityrsolf Qood JJvw the rows away from the potatoes ists Troy Observer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 5 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Y-o- -s curl up and Munlly die So little is really known of the life history of the curl that little eau be ssid regarding preventive measures Heiuoviug anil destroying all the leaves and young shoots as soon as they show signs of tho malady and at the proper sonuou cutting well back the branches whore the disease existed is the best course and ought to mitigate the evil As an experiment it is suggested that the trees be sprayed iu March or before the buds begin to swell with it 51U or 40 per cent solution of sulphate of Iron Orange Judd Farmur trate their substance and cause them to falling on young tender shoots pene Â¬ the United States It Is hardly doubtful that n largo share of tho average Englishmans passion for residing in tho country unda still lijrgcr sharo qf his fqnilncHsforu j long w alks and rides Is due to the fact that he does not know what a poor road Is Such a high wit In Grout Hrltalit as the best of our country roads would provoke the natives to an insurrection From one end of the island to tho other the traveler Muds everywhere the same beautiful uven surface for driving equal iu comfort and very like In ap Â¬ pearance to our asphalt streets though It is only it superior macadam Over this tho heavy English carriages which a horse could hardly move iu this coun- Â¬ try bowl merchants up hill and down dale On ono side Is the graveled foot- Â¬ path for walking people on tho other the dirt bridlepath for those ou horso buck And between them the Ideal highway stretehes its glistening length free from mud or stones or dust at all seasons of the year It is small Won Â¬ der that people love the country and that short distances do not dolor them or compel them to live secluded whore the facilities for travel are such aa these Yet tho difference between tho coun- Â¬ try roads of Great Hrltan and those of the United States is rather one of In- Â¬ telligent interest and painstaking than one of expense The Englishman has simply learned how Ut go about roiul makiug He prepures the surface with almost or quite us miiuh eare its we do for laying a pavement Then when the macadam is laid on hu sees to it v that It has constant attention A little break a slowly forming depression in not allowed to ruin the roadway Stocks of Muely broken stono are ready prepared everywhere and tho slightest defect is repaired immediately We think It can bo proved that in many of the older communities of this country the people have actually paid out more money for highway construc Â¬ tion and repair pcrruilo Hum it huHcost tho English to create ami maintain their almost perfect system of roads A good deal of the money has been wasted by political spoilsmen Most of the remainder has been applied tin intelligently a lot of men digging dcop ditches ou either side of the highway throwing the earth from those Into the center and thinking that this convex surface of newly dug mold could be called a road nud this process road mending There are signs of an awakening of intelligent interest In the subject In some quarters Professorships havo even been established in somo of the colleges to teach the itrtof roudmaklng nud peoplu aro beginning to understand the frightful economic loss of putting an embargo on travel during a good portion of tho year or else compelling all beasts of burden to consume vital force and exhaust themselves unneces- Â¬ sarily It will lie a saving to be counted by millions of dollars annually nud it wilt be a marvelous gain socially and morally us well as Industrially wheii we shall have such scientific roadumklng In the United States that the rural dweller will possess so far aa private conveyance ls concerned the same advantages that are enjoyed by the residents of cities in Â¬ -Â¬ Onjv about ten per cent of the an pie trees planted ever come Into bear- Â¬ Parmer ing This big waste Is ascribed to a combination of causes the chief one lack of care tho first year Nebraska It is better that those owning from one to four or five cows should jola mh4 buy a partnership animal pf high Merit farm rather than buy a ohwap bull for ack IIazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER Editor iinpolitical tip following MiweiijKT of Innt wuefc from the Morgan and wo publish thorn nlmply to 1iowl - i - i limi Tin - work of the uwn MiigcHt u remedy etc ntcinbly - mill to wlllJliwia mini imaiuiur Tiinlenoorntu l Iiiivi- earrlel Arkiiiin W Cures all DISEASES by causing the bndv to absorb OXYtKN It Is u h e trenl incut No shock no dnuger No uicilh Lit or doctor needed Write to us for eln nlar ami testimonial from the best people ail HaM aaaaaaaaaaaac iaVKKTN vivfmxMH waaav r iv aaaaaw iih iJtfr4v -- i aaBnMiTit aK pwtv KY 1G HAZEL GREEN H lepi lMtiir nil tho cniMlWiitcH heforo that eonven- tloti eiidorrtd the nomination oi Mr WASHINGTON LETTER If LImIo iiml promlMid him nuppnrt Wabiunotox Sept II Tho letters of they could do o what earthly excus c President Harrison Mr Ululiie iiml Sen Â¬ can tho editor of our contemporary Iiml ator Sherman have this week wanned not to do mo republican ldo Â¬ wing lomcrnt Ah wo lorHtMl l SAFBEDJHEII12 mtsa IS Manufacturing Jewelar 135 E Custom MAIN STREET llouif Square LEXINGTON KY Fill day Sept 1892 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For IreMdent C ROVER CLEVELAND Or New York For Vice Ircntilciit over the country up things political on the IOMTICAI THU and added interest to poliWonder If thu llnli will Idle in November of thu fence tics on all sides President Harrisons What do vou nay lira lfde Kb anil lelb r ttn streets Louisville Kv letter was received with astonishment by A few lionrM Sunday lane lith at the everybody it was so different from what Morgan IIoukc and ihenVprcliiKliulneHS its pred cessors had been It was more Wonder it Mowim In verdant Elliott like a mesnge to congress than a letter 801 democratic miijorlty will lie any Induce accepting tho nomination of his party ment to to make iin a more extended visit Dubois webb J WATCHES -- DIAMONDS CLOCKS Â¬ in die luture We want the dissenters from Klllott to come over and help u rat t IV the disappoint ed and heart lirokcn democracy of old M or here are powerfully demor pin for thin alized The services of Col Houston Kim aro now In jircat demand He Iiiin liiforina tiou alioiit the winning tjuulitifH of our can didates thai our people stand in rt iit need Â¬ ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illlnoli Â¬ Â¬ For Congress lOtli District JUDGE M 0 LISLE Of Clnrk County Â¬ For Circuit Judge D H KEDWINE Of Hrenthitt County of at this writing Kendall would have been nominated rocity and the currency during the at Irvine If the delegate from Klllott had rntllled him but they preferred a better campaign COUNTY TICKET Tho opinion is general among men of Mighty men were tbose diskept citizen For Circuit Clork all political beliefs that Mr Harrisons senters from Klllott JONAH F VANSANT letter is one of tho ablest and most skill- Â¬ For Shorlfl If you want to get the democratic nomi fully written documents of its kind ever nation for congress in this district the one GEORGE W DRAKE put before the public He has made the tiling needful is cash conspicuous as faith best statement of thu accomplishments ful party service U a featherweight against For Circuit J uilRti Alas for the two Wn and our Sublett of his administration yet put in print We are authorized to announce Jutlc Ho bus tickled the Hlaine men by giving IIENHY C LILLY n n candidate lor Clr Where oh where are they the entire credit for tho reciprocity pol cult Judjjc In the Twenty third Judical tlln Howies went down from blows from the icy to the ex secretary and he has pleased triut cunipofiuil of the couutie of EMill hands of the representatives of old Morgans the large number of republicans who Lee Wolfe Hrenthltt mid MnKofllu favorite daughterhut It was not Kedwine were opposed to the federal election bill or the two Vausnnts who smote us hip and more familiar as the force bill by the News and Comment thigh but other mighty men of Klllott clever manner in which he has covered Why not elect Corbett to congress was qualified every one concedes the subject by the advocacy of a non 8ublett from California John Mordancy repre Howies pre eminent nbility and we all con partisan commission to consider and re tKintcd a New York dintrict and Corbett fess the eminent fitness of the handsome port upon tho question to congress In certainly has the call on him in point of genial and talented Hrooks Why refer to short whether ono agrees or disagrees morals for he wan a blackleg of ebon them when you have the manual of success with the deductions drawn by him nil in the hue aro compelled to acknowledge that as a o For President Morgan county will give writer of o o htical literature Mr Harri- Â¬ in an allegation Orover Cleveland a plurality of 800 votes I AM a democrat had few if any superiors son has that tho editor of tho Morgan Metncngur for congressman of thu Tenth congressional Notwithstanding the cholera scare bids can not now apply In his own cane adopt Â¬ district Marcus C Lisle under the advertisements issued by the ing in ho does tho following an tho acme The nominee of the Kstill Springs con postoffico department last spring for carof bin allegiance vention should have the undivided support rying ocean mails were opened this week of everv democrat In the Tenth congress For congress 10th district He has earned it and has a A number of bids were received and as ional dfstrict right to expect it Clay City Chronicle faf as thoy go they aro satisfactory to Of Clark county o Hight you are Hro Lilly Hut you will Mr Wanamaker and nearly If not all of o o Gkoroe Fouirz known an Animal find the nomination was n walk over them will be accepted All of the lines compared to the 8th of November next George the keeper of tho tigers with bidding will run out of Now York und o o o Sells Rros circus was pounced upon the foreign ports to be touched at are in Joo Kendall could have been the Cuba Central and South America Eng Â¬ and torn to pieceaby ono of tho tigera on That Mr WanaWednesday of last week but lived until nominee of the Irvine convention goc land France and Helgium Hefore he withdrew maker expected bids from lines sailing Thursday night Ilia homo was at Roy- Â¬ without saying al Center Ind and ho joined tho cireua from tho raco he was the favorite against from some southern jHirts and says he tho field but having withdrawn prior to regret i there were none but that he did four years ago at Columbus 0 o that convention ho had no rights before all he could do when ho included them o o And why did he in the advertisements for bids The citizens of Hayes Valloy in tho it as a candidate Sickness Was only a subterFrisco district of California now that withdraw I the peoples party gaining or losing fuge to hide tho scheming of some of his ground in the south I hear that quesJim Corbett has won the championship be side tion asked a dozen times every day that Hrooks might from Sullivan want him to stand for friends congress Ho was raised in tho neigh tracked on the congressional route and Democrats from tho south insist that the borhood and it is said ho would get a tho right of way open to an aspirant on force bill issue is taking democrats away good majority Ho would command tho a short line Joe Kendall knows this as from the peoples party in thut section respect of that body should ho becomo a well as he knows or ought to know every day and that it will elect fewer had he continued on tho track no members of the next house than it has that mombor o man in the district could hnve defeated in the present house At tho headquar Â¬ o o Wiikn Joo Kendall made tho race for him for thu nomination Aye and others ters of tho peoples party they smile when congress ho was afraid of defeat though closely allied to Joe know of the circum asked about tho truth of this and say there wna no apparent cause for alarm stances connected with Ids coming oil We Wait until tho returns aro in What did Marcus Lisle tho present His birthright was bartered away by his havent tho support of any of the big nominee do on that occasion Thats all there is of it and newspapers but well get votes enough Fearing frieuds Mr Kendall might have cause for there is now no use to kick that to surprise those who believe everyo his auzloty he beat tho bush and brought o o thing they seo in tho newspapers that out overy voter in Clark county Did steamship Scandia from Ham are interested in belittling tho third The any other county do as well Wo will lamely in burg nrrived at New York quarantine nartv movement o o o Friday Tho ships o Ulcer report thirty crease our representation in tho house The Morgau Messenger to the contrary two deaths from cholera during the trip from the south and well get a respect notwithstanding it is said that Joo Ken- Â¬ and there were soven cases on Ixmrd on able number of electoral votes too It dall promised Hrooks his support and the arrival Three deaths also occurred on Is perfectly evident from these widely mipport of his following and if so ho tho Wyoming another ship which arrived differing statements that a great big surowed Hrooks nil allegianco and was him on the samo day Local health authori- prise is iu store for somebody self not n factor in tho fight Others ties are using every precaution against a Tho citizens committee in charge of liavo told us and thoy protended to spread of tho dread disease and Gov the G A R encampment arrangements know whereof thoy spoke that Joo Flower has issued authority that no ex were compelled this week much against Kendall was bull dozed Into backing out pense bo spared to make quarantined their will to turn down an application 0 o o for free sleeping quarters for 1000 men passengers comfortable o Tjiior to tho convention The IIkkali Tho cominitteo regrets from Nebraska o o was no more an advocate of Lislo than TnuMt Sterling Advocato has inter- this all the more locnuso the number of of Sublett and Howies Hrooks was not viewed lion 0 It Hrooks about the applications from Nebraska has been mentioned though wo are tho best kind action of tho Irvine convention and he smaller than from any other stato ex of frionds because of tho old saw love authorizes that paper to state that Mr cepting of course the south but it was mo lovo my dog The Hiuuli was Lisle won his nomination fairly and tho simply impossible to furnish the aceom ignored and in turn ignprcd him In democracy will find he is no laggurd in laudations all having been allotted that justice to those who patronized us with tho raco Now if Mr Hrooks sees it in were at tho disposal of tho committee an announcement wo could not couhcI this light and ho was certainly an inter- Months ago notice was sent to every post cutiously do otherwise ested party what cause has any of tho in the United States that applications o Cabe will aupKrt for freo quartora must bo in Washington rank and Hie to kick 0 o Every man who enters a political Lisle as will all other democrats by September 1 and al received up to o convention passes through tho portal that time were honored although there o o above which is inscribed politics is Frankfort Capital is responsible were several thousand more of them than Tin hell and ho goes in to kuouk persim Â¬ for tho statement that a popularcouveu wro expected or originally provided for mons with tho longest polo Failing to tiou is to be held in Frankfort at an Tho latest novel feature agreed upon for reach ho retires or should do so more early day to be composed of representa Â¬ encampment week is a monster outdoor strongly cemoutod to tho man who cap tive men from every county in tho stato concert to bo participated iu by all of turtw tho prizo On tho man who comes irrespective of party affiliation to consid Â¬ tho ISO or morn brass bands that will bo out otherwise youll not find tho label er and discuss tho alleged chaotic condi Â¬ In the city Prof Sotisa lato leader of Im a democrat and if you do it is a tion of tho public business and ascertain tho U S marine band will bo the con if possible the cause that retards tho ductor counterfeit J M was dignified yet it was partisan to the core and ns open in Us bid for votes as the talk of thu average stump speaker Its boldness in taking up questions that might have beet left alone without exciting serious comment was unquestionably a political novelty with which Mr Hlaine was not altogether in sympathy or he would not in his letter have advised thu republicans to Htick to three issues protection recipfor tlte presidency Â¬ It JWlLrtY Solid Sillier AlU Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLES 4LE tares 0ldf0oiibtl8or Thrtt 0reaplnfluan A bo Wboopiajr Cough BroneblUi mil Atlhm etrUla eur for Coasuraptfon In flrittUftt nj iur relief In kdtnee4 tatei un t onthe Ukln Ton wilt m the McelUnt tfltet Brit doM Sold by dotlcra Terywhere Lirst koUlM 60 otsti and 100 Â¬ tt SBOCEES MT STERLING KY tSrConsiirnincnts f produce iiml the piitniniiLe of Mountain MitcIiiiiiIn ripcrl ftr Â¬ fully solicited jellly Hazel Green Iieiiiy Â¬ WINCHEOTBANK wiNemxrat ky K Normal and Preparatory School NEXT SESSION BEGINS II WrrilKltSIOOX President It I Current HUNTKlt Cashier Â¬ Â¬ Hay Sept Sifi 1992 Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Tit in Hank nolirltn tin accounts of titer fanners trader and htihiucM men Kcucraily throughout KaMcru Kentucky and ollerh if n cmihioioits every facility mid tlic most liheral terms within the liiiiiUof leuitimatc liaiikini ocll8lv chant Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY JHOOOO Â¬ Â¬ Capital J M 200000 fcjuitnfs Â¬ HKSSTAFK President G L KIItKPATPJCK W Vice Prvslilenl THOMSON Cashier Â¬ Wercfnectfiilly Holicit the liusineuM of mefarmer trader and luisim m men enerallv throughout Kasteni Kentucky A live ux a ueneral liaiikim lnisiuess done chance to hcih you a liank hook nay your rchants checkH and loan vou iiionev when iu nertl W Â¬ Tiiomison Cnsh 11 A school unsurpassed by any other in Kustern Kentucky A full course in every department Teachers awake to the interests of both pupils and patrons -- 00 100 1M Hates of tuition low 1JA per month music f0 cents per lesson Hoard and lodiuL ut the Academv Home only 200 per week New building new lurulture ood eatables Teachers have charge of ull boarders iLSeiid for catalogues WM II COHD Principal S 8T11ADER Successor to SON Co KY J A Lam 74 E Main Stiikkt LEXINGTON Wholesale Dealer in Â¬ Â¬ Straight 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trWiCJInelriMatUfiU fromljay toirohd tUK fitliit poihtR north thereof nnti eoritkspondliiJiy cheap mtejt ifom ivri Intermediate point Toronto tfill bo lOii higher and Thousand IluhUsS50i ro than Mugnru tickets Vbt Weep- I1 ibk Twvrr nrrjTT irifwfc iiwjUurabiKaint tH0Tro wwiinr Mrs kcMUa or rwm HickM villi very wrtlm mft 1 - qunrt of wn 1 1 1 1 iO i tat oSXniv2SHT ftato 1 HOMES FOR HOMBLRSS CHILDREN in r THE CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY HELP A CHILD ts nl TO FIND A HOME V lT rtilltlrrna Homo Mnrlety cliarlorcd At th Auioiliiiti Kdnrutloiial Aid AnnHtitilOn nna pro All viiiid 3jiO rlilldriii wllli lipiue In fnuille rlilldMMi rccolTfd unilorlbn nnu of thin AMorln Inn mmi of MltllVI IKOUIHU In lutrlll viMinu nnd lititltli und am In nuo from omimnntlt to nt IltlUlio ilmo rvcrlr twidvu inr nnd nn trlnl Hnleta it uprclul liiii lliom tin ninety dnr coiitriiit It itliorwlto tniido pruvldluic fur cxiienara ro wnntf d for I lie fnlloirlnit nrilldraiu lotiipa n 1 I 1 nulUJudwrtui r iggita iiii- I TTk serving--Housekeep- Amtws I il 1 A liiToly liuf 6 iiiouttii old liitk blue oyuannd fntr akin A fl montlia old tmy light tilun oyc nnd clpur Vln A HiiHIlillia old ltl A lilimiln And uiunr otliur rtilldnui trimi monitin to yimrn old M II V VAX AUKIIAIfi ltl iiuiii ill Niiiii lntwiiitrnt Konin II Ulltl ln N11II0 Mtevl CIiIciiro ply limi Im fJfHriid 1 1 j MAIt llllt TAIIKW In m Kin I - t Flowei and TEXAS ONLY TRUE THE r4 COTTON BELT ROUTE I Ii 11 TONIC Will IRON 1 11 tra olhpjuas I purify ItLOOn rrsnlaln KinNKVS ninovo lIVKIl In illmrilir npiviiic BBCYCLES m I 1 lrfr - Â¬ 1 11 I -- painplilul DR lit fiptidv rum itiiuriu uni rouliliiiiiioiiiliifllitaiilliliCilnxlnii Hold rvnrvwlirrc All jfoinilno rondii hear Hiiad uiU cent itnniii lor UUjiaao rr rent mnlTrim n lid ttrviinlii rvnuir rcioru iiiniiu nnu iKoioryoitili DyHpniiKlii JIIHKt llllll IHRllirOU llUIr liieflimolutrlyurninrntud Mind lirlKlilOiiod Iirnltt 11 n r nna nil 1w1w11 Illlta l II1A fnri a rlffifl v lint culler in tliidr not utlinrtttfluil ri riliiltllllrlllif CO i THe 11 jt fyr 1 Eating of Clothes HARTCR MEDICINE 9t Louli Mo Â¬ lit f - Harvest mmm Excursions ml August 30th and Sipt 27th ynoai Noxious A wholly duq to the products ofmigrohic action the older the cheese the more numerous the microbes hence the greater probability that its presence in the stomach will set up termentntivo or putrefactive changes in the food sub stances which have been eaten Prof ViuijfhunK researches have shown that cheese always contains 11 larger or imallor amount of tyrotoxicon and doubtless also the microbes by which this powerfully toxiu itffout ia pro- Â¬ duced house- muKtlcurluinly bo re garded ns a questionable article of diet It should bo mentioned howover for the benefit of those who will insist upon rotuliiinjr it In thoir dlotry that lti most noxious properties may be neu tralized by cooking If the sterilizat- Â¬ ion of milk is wholcsomo and advan tageous proceeding certainly the sterili- Â¬ sation of cheese is 11 dietle duty which ught not to be neglected since milk contains only about fliioouooooo mi Â¬ crobes per quart while the proportion these organlsuiK in cheese is vastly fnato QoatnitiilUi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ticle r lllrl writer on microbes who is inclined to view tho matter rather fiicutiouslv says Tliero arc thirty illuVrcnt IcIihIh in pIiooho Ho If ver yoifnury any of tliisi Ilavo thorn eddied of let thorn froese Kron then youll risk dispnv That cheese is indigestible is not to he wondered uL- - lioi osuopial and bue terloloical studies of cheso shows that it swarms with microbes of various sorts and ns is now well known the flavors characteristic of the different varieties of cheese are lrnirtlM of 11 Jupntloiuihlo Ar- Â¬ npt to tell ijion if you keep at it Tho things to prount tlio liver thUiuv Dr Pkrces Plcasnut Pcjlcts Tnkeottoof ftu so little Pelletrt foraj cornwtlvo or geutlo laxatlvc-r-tlire- o for u eUhrirtlc Theyre the yiiall cst eahlobt U iiiau uvixa tiikb pkftiinut nut Â¬ most natural in tho way they act ConstiThey do Tiirtiirif good pation Indigestion Illltous Attnekn orUiliouslIcnikighe and nil derangement of It ho lPvcr stomach and IkiwcIb are j reventcd rellevud and ourtsl Thivro fiionnifrrff in pHvo Katlv faction in ovury wise or your monoy is returned Sii J Now isnt it better not to run any r sw m risk it better to an w znrrM article Isnt Pcarline trust tohas like which been tried and tested and proved r i 1Js Vy1 A wtl II wZrl VJ w kiuiJiiuuiiii ii inu jutiiHu viiiiui wilii i yuai s ui ntuubs fS Hundreds of millions of packages have been consumcdAll the other so called washing compounds arc followers and imitations of it ft fl B -- 7 1 isrsio ryri at once Chicago -- Peoria and St Louis to th Cltion nnd lnrm Dlstflot throutfliout tbo South west w s 3es and u Northwest ltonml trip tlokota will lio oll by your lociJ tlokut iitront on tlmna datvi nt sss 3 HALF RATES floothnt tlioy rend over tlio llurllnitton Rout from Oiloiiifo Iunrli ur Hi Louli It la flia dlrnrtlliijto lliotnrrltory in quratlon Homl for pntiiplilnt with inun niidoompletolnfonuiv p 8 EUSTI8 O P A Uou to OinqAao I LI HriuMa Â¬ CftJ OcnU rcdillcrtrnd wmiunicrupuioui croccrs will tell you MthUUfti pood ru tho same aiilrenrlmc andlf your croccr tend Honest or ITS 1ALSi lt jDaClC you wimcthini rearlino Is never peddled tun rirtBwi UMrMviK WiV A in idnco of Pcarline ho JAMBS lVLU New Vcrk S9jrjj Tlio worst tarrh in tho eics So cerSagos Catarrh liemedy offer 500 tain is it that its makers of ChroiiioSCv Head yigiaSJg Ur Â¬ chimluu JoiiuIhHho ulilili rrprcrni tlio urrt vii Inn for prlrrx nkou an tliuiiHiuiiW ITIH A piT V run own rowi nrlfiiuil fiimllrtn kt Ihf bunt mi I m for iiurmiiiirr Koouu mlrn In yourI fiiutwenr by iur V W I SHOE DOUGLAS UENTLEMEN ttiiiforialiltllli reward for an incurable case vvv5 BRIGHT GIRLS EXPENSE OTTAKE NO 8U1IHTITUTE THE nlll ifidO HOW 40 won their college course and edu- - cation in music WITHOUT with beads silver Pper etc tho out jet garnitures are too tempting to bo passed over Jet i fact still the nlge with no likeli Â¬ hood of Its losing its hold for a long tjtne to come Jot nppllquehin Venetian Favorite iiirnlture Notwithstanding tho lavish and ele- Â¬ gant array of Iucck uud silk cord trim A t Girls Who Have Push A 28 page wiyulhcr lixti vir old atUivrlco iiual cuitom nmdoiliuo nmliitf roiii H 10 f 2lA ntiil 5 1 1 untsrrril flnrrnlf hor Thn mott itxtUh my hiil iiuiiiiiooHiur told ni ihftoiTlci TJieycfiual P flue lttioriil liK 1 iik Irom t N K 91 O 3I IolicKtodhlioi wi ru iiy fnriiif r and nil otlirriwtio liptirycair ihrrt Milidrxitntlou cdeu boo wtnl a Puerto WMlk In mid will kci nthe trrl dry nnd firm o inn nil iiiHiiiHiiirirn tinoc 2 I an 111 J plto nciff tisr for vm incmry limii any ollirriimkci w GXJ A tin Tlicy aro irjuln tor Mrvlci- - Tlio Incrtmlnif falvi how Hint otlc Jnitnien lvn found IhU out - nll ViiufliM 171 Hehool Hlinnv nrn I O rrirn ty llutoyt etiryulure I ho mott vrvlc nnd 8J73 Yk Q Vl HnntHvritnruSiilO 82win imjiv won mm Mirn k ktwimkuh niuueci a turn C srry com- Kijfc ifcfc irotnoi ntmCnlf n ikilml Tnry rn t ortAUln Add IJUMUItt lilP 50 lllMi 1ijuni IUMOIll niBll JjidlM whovrUli toecuno hoe roulnir fr in 94 l Mhn In thrlr footwror Mv flnillnic IUIi nut Itownroof lcUTiUljlltutliifhoriwUh VK ITIOV linuulki mirin anil tlionrlriitliilvil on Ixitldin AuU Kuril ulitllutlrii urn fraudulrnt nnu mlijoct iiiroo 1 AOr HJri W L nnnni OMUtO UUUULAd ounce tlon liy U fur nhtnlnluit tnnnny under faUn irctencc nlnrn an If net tar anlrt t h rnurWill lvo ml dlrcrl inanInrlnrv atiitlnir lilml tidalvn nml width In to Hin ilnBlira n mintnil Inalnitn frr rxrliiatvn uminrnl cbMuia wkoro havu no ascuta Write fer Cnialauuc V L DuukIuk llruckteu III u an iH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY A eftmliir nhnr that tr nn rip lino mlf fiaiute and durable lliun f mouili lui liio llrslljic niiiro 3 OrlOK IEST rvit S m f VI ff Hied by Wlrcn Chlldblrtlijirove A remfldytrhlcli nbouttooxperlenco tlio pelndil ordeal nt to ml nt upon an Infallllilo enecl floforandobviAtef tlio tortures of con cl druKiTilta Hontliy cxiirooa on rocolpc rniM at rj ium tliodJOtrerntliercoc toliotliHtethernnil child hold by all ftiierucut loiojnlnK BRADriCLD HCqULATOR Iaiu CO lotUocliariwiro An NT A QA WL vija DIVC Dw fi t GU iTARS ahoMANDOLIHS I Vutitr iuw THKLAKcaipr i Hk illh OnlltM front I W uawdt THC MAROUCTTC iMtDdollhi fiM THCAHIOM I tlltiiimtrl MA 1 MtJinfuajr An MxlluVinllM THr CoNatNVATenv Hi 1 icirnDui id All lli tUii nJ4 00 WO f our our ownfutrtaU iMinimiiUln km Vnr UtUi hid udtr for o On blnditif ntnbiiriitil hiIaiMh LYON AHEALV 84 Monroe CHICAGO inrltl wJfVrlltill4t4 t i nir tags intermingled Illustrated jr pamphlet will be mailed THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED rv Swim isujwsssm ffiM f I 3 tol ha w mouth by jiarml lift bU VamllM lottanrlntfnnlnconrfnl ae And no IiaiI affweta HlrlcllvciHillitaFi itfal M FREE iirabesques are used not silk net and grenadine tolets but upon fancy surahs cash rcs ponllnii Hrbt cloth trowns and wna of the most stvlish and oxucn3lve fanner wraps H Y Pout y en lace ersllln niwt Ike Spanish lttlr livlnnu unit 111 lfire- - I to any girl sending her address to TXX LADIES ROMS JOURNAL phlUdelphU 1 GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD bk used in every KITCHEN SAPOLIO IriRon Keinedy for Catarrh in tb to Uio and Cbuupest BJ by dmititlatN or IRoW K V Mwellliw Dnt by Hall H Wwrrwi V BJ A N VtHK ataUtbat ya HK1T1NU T KK 140i AHVJCKTjaKM fiKAHK U IM law U AtrrUattt J Working- n Sew Helium fcr Ml Write AA few wekg The republicnm- - re working a new fco It wmh announced They scheme In campaign journalism tMtMr BUlim would conic to thy weekly party jl JMr HarrMoti In h serlen of mucccIi find that tho daily and Thin whh journals do not meet tho require incuta of Mi WrtHiftlMatt the country conducted whin qtMllfWo1 by the explanation that the situation as they are not the nechc would be made but would upon a plane Hufllciotly high to com be confined to the ntAte of Maine Thin maud public respect and confidence ww In turn revised and tho apecchea They are therefore eeeking to reach tho publica Â¬ limited to one Still later it wna given public through the channel out that Mr Ulalne would not speak at tions of h higher class Tho American all but would write a letter in aid of Economist tho official organ of the American protective tariff league and Mr Harrinona cause Kconomlxt u monthly maira- Well tho letter in out And never tlm Sod once is Mr Harrittontt name mentioned 7ine and being used for this purpose and j therein Mr Ulalne simply submit bin are kept loaded down to the guards with viewa a to tho Iiwiich which he thinks republican campaign thunder Then the the republicans can beat urgo beforo the republican daily and weekly newspapers people Theao he regard aa only three copy tho articles which appear in tho tho tarifl reciprocity and tho question two publications named and palm them Ho would not mul- Â¬ oir on the public as the utterances of of a atato currency Neither one of tiply these he advises nor be diverted non partisan periodicals is an Economist save in these papers from them la Buperfluoufl Tho demo- Â¬ tho publication of the truth For inHis advlco Â¬ crats will see that the issues or really stance the American Economist pub protected tho issue of a protective tariff and nhiim lished a list of twenty eight reciprocity in not ahirked by tho roptib firms which it said had raised wages on 1 leant As to tho state bank iratie Mr account of the McKlnley bill and tho Ulalne has fathioned that to suit himself New York World after a careful invesAa ho chooses to draw it theru can be no tigation of each case showed that tho story was a lie from tho beginning to tho such issue Tho democrat will also see that the end Covington Commonwealth ono other great issue of the campaign Mr Van Pelt editor of theCrnlMn tho force bill which Mr IJInlno ignores Meteor went to a drug store at Hillside ball also bo fought out and decided Iowa and asked the physician in attend- Â¬ Mr Blaines letter can be dismissed ance to give hi in a dose of something for with but few words Never fell m flat cholera morbus and looseness of tho beforo a public paper from tho pen of I felt so much lnt bowels He says this remarkable man It is entiroly de- Â¬ tor the next morning that I concluded void of tho characteristic vitality audacall on tho physician and get him to city and brilliance which have been wont to I fix me up a supply of the medicine to distinguish tho outgivings of Mr was surprised when he handed me n litt-Â¬ Blaine It is perfunctory stiH lifeless of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Thcro is nothing of tho old time Illume le Diarrluva Remedy He says he prescribes in it Mr Harrison will derive no com regularly in his practice and finds it fort from it and tho only purpose it can it the best he can get or prepare I can servo is to add a lust melancholy leaf to testify to its efficiency in my case at all tho wonderful volume now virtually For salo by Rose Jones closed which recounts tho career of this events A Lorn of Over SH 00000 knight of fortune Tho legislature would do well to be Â¬ Thin ftlowl Itail ware of Mr McChords revenue bill No Lives there a mnn with eotil ho dead 2 It took six months hard work to get Who uovcr to himself huth mild 1 Into acceptable shape and that Ill take St Patricks Pills beforo I Ko to No experience should prevent a second ex- Â¬ bed McChord seems When a mild cathartic is desired ono periment Resides Mr subject to strange lapses of memory that will cleanse the whole system and franregulato tho liver and bowels you can touching the taxation of railroad has been not do better than take St Patricks Pills chises It is feared that he hoodooed by Mr Milton just IxHfero going to bed They do not hypnotized or At nny rate the failure of nauseate nor gripe and leave the system H Smith his bill No 1 has occasioned a loss in in splendid condition For salo by ltoso state and local taxes of over 700000 in Jones addition to over 200000 lost by the eon ThU U the Wiy the Moary Goon test over the bill in the legislature and The houso yesterday on assembling at that is quite enough to be sacrificed on 11 oclock a m found itself without Mr McChords account in one year clerks and without a quorum of members Covington Commonwealth Messrs Koller and Stono tho clerks A carpenter by tho name of M S Pow- Â¬ wore detained at homo by sickness and flic fifty members of tho houo not at ers fell from tho roof of a house in East tho capitol wore absent for reasons doubt- Â¬ Dos Moines Iowa and sustained a painwhich less good to themselves The corpora ful and serious sprain of tho wrist he cured with one bottle of Chamberlains tlon bill was ready for report from tho Ho says it is worth 5 a committee having it in charge and could Pain Balm bottle It cost him CO cents For sale bavo beon read tho first time yesterday Mr 8tcphensons bill extending tho dato by Roso Jones of assessments under tho Hewitt rovonuo Tlie Secret of Ills Strength law waa ready for amendment commit Â¬ Since Gen Jackson was first elected ment or debate but tho absonco of a president of tho United States there has quorum prevented all business never been a candidate for that offico in Comment is unnecessary If either party who owed his nomination so tho people are satisfied and tho general much to the rank and file and so little to assembly Is contented it is not for us to the leaders as Grovcr Cleveland He protest nor oven criticise was nominated at Chicago because the The senate was also without a quorum voters at homo in tho fields and in the but as the record will not disclose that shops insisted upon it with a vehemence fact tho routine business transacted yes that did not brook refusal They forced terday was not thereby dolayed Frauk his nomination and thoy can be relied fort Capital Sept G upon to ratify their own choice by elect VhnraherlnlHH Kjre nml HUIh Ointment ing him There is probably not a man A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes in the country who does not believe in Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Grovor Clevelands honesty and his fidelChronic Sores Fever Sores Enema Itch ity to his publio duty as he understands Pralrlo Scratches 8oro Nipples and Piles it That is tho secret of his strength It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of Philadelphia Record cases have been cured by it aftor all other Stuimit In Walton Ky treatment had failed It is put up in 25 J C Robinson of Walton writes I Htid 60 cent boxes For salo by Hose have removed a knot from a horses leg Jones oclQyl that was left from a hurt The leg Is DemnernU Made No MUtnkt now perfectly smooth and natural I The democrats of the tenth Kentucky havo a very high regard for Quinns congressional district did not mnko any Ointment which has accomplished the mistake when thoy nominated Judge M above result Sold by Rom Jones C Lisle of Clark county Ho is not Joe Iyklitu Marie h IimI only a gentleman of ability but is do Judgo Too Lykins of Wolfe was not wrvedly popular and will reflect credit as big bodily as most of the delegates ilon the constituency ho will represent but what ho lacked in physical strength In the national house A rousing meet ho mado up in vim and always had tho ing at Winchester ratified his nomina- Â¬ courage of his convictions Judge Ly Â¬ tion Courier-Journal kins is tho elector from the tenth district and will bo heard ou tho stump this fall llatlly oar 1IU The nominee Judge Lisle is the pres Â¬ Wo hope to have tho pleasure of hearing ent county judge of Clark and made tho him in this city Winchester Democrat fight spring against Jos M Kendall A Ounrnntreil llomvtly for the nomination In our opinion it Mcgriminc the only permanent cure is the weakest nomination that could for all forms of headache and neuralgia have been made and if tho Republicans relieves the pain in from 16 to 20 min- Â¬ will put up k strong man they havo a utes For sale on positive guarantee at ftfhtiBg chauce to wia Mt Sterling Tin IIkkau office or sent postpaid by OftMtte mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box - - Ml lf ggrmiMIIIMU mi V T tV f B OK -- V W lazelten Fair flsseciation THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION k w m Jk if II m Every mm HtMll AH Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 8th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 30ttiPi CATALOGUES MINUTES PAMPHLETS ENVELOPES LETTER HEAPS NOTE HEADS HILL HE US STATEMENTS HALE PROUIUMS 1200 in Premiums HhflSHllIBi Children over 10 nml under 15 years Over lo yetiM DODGERS 5ARDS WIIS ADMISSION 25 Cents 35 Cents TAGS Â¬ Ac Ac Â¬ Executed with neatness and dis- Â¬ patch and at the lowest prices consistent with good material and first class workmanship Wa Count Comparison and When yotiwantany printing of any kind at any time cull on or address Catnloues giving premiums in full will soon be remlv for distribution and may be naa by addressing the Secretary B S GODSEY President W T SWANGO Secretary Chaiiknok Competition SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green v 9t09ftCOfrCfr Ky jflHk Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY To tho Trndo of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green GREEN HTJFFAKER Hakl Gkkkn Ky CO Af 8Roy far May 10 1 892 t Â¬ OOPVRIQMTS etc For Information and fre flandbook write to MUNN A CO 961 BBOAIIWAT Mkw Yohk Oldest bsraAa for securing patsta In America Brer patent taken out by us It brought before the publio by a notice given free of csarge In the DiaiON PATBNTS We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named tirm and will handle their goods in large quiiii tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices pioted in Jfrwmiffc JVtneriean Larrest circulation of any scientific paper In the world Splendidly Illustrated No Intnlllitent man sboald be without It Weekly 9369 year fut six months Address MUNN k CO VubIishkhs 9G1 Broadway New York Louisville Cincinnati or Knowille 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 DAY CO Represented bv ED GREEN Hazel Green Kv J f Â¬ B A Sfe G Kknton Co Ky Ovt 0 Â¬ ftHM pA I NT MADE It is not a XIL vs la our orphan aaylmu here there la a olilM tliat hail boeu suffering for years from nervousness to suub au extent that she oftUaoea in the nlybt dot up and with tear de pleted oa erery talurt and in a delirkme oon ditloa would seuk protection among the older people from an imaginary pursuer and con Id only witk great dJdlculty bo again put to bed Last yea Kev K KoaJg while on a visit here happened to obeorvu the ebild and advised the uae of Pastor Koeaiga Nerve TuakCtyd kindly furnished us several botUea of it The ftrst bot Ue showed a madded improvement and after using Um ceeead bottle and up to the present UM the ehJM la a happy and contented Wng All those BUaTeriag from nervousness should eek refage la Pastor Koeatgs Nerve Toulo ftHV S HILLKUKANU lit Johaa Anyluaa Happy Orpbaa IS THE BEST pmmEFWME fj As esK4 BTVaBsHa IUP The Best isthe Cheapest Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be mtule by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery IHs guaran teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more spntr Â¬ Â¬ Yalttabl Bosk um Karrooa tease sent free to ear address peer pattern eaa also obtain and titta medicine frae as attars rscaadyhaa beeajsrepared by the ivsrsod ThU Pastor KoeaUr ot rort Warns ud slaee IS1 by FREE u now pcepawa under hla dtrectlou the KOINIQ MID CO Ghtocgo golelhyBragglTfaf tparBetUa than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for 150 per gallon SOne reliable dealer wanted in each Send for color cards etc to town 111 MmtM Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON 8TSPENCER COOPEK Agent Hazel Green Ky KY IrvwlMMXlS Battles for t c rjr Ittaeatd J H PIERATT and Sale Stable jPBIouile nml Single Iligs mid Suiliilv Horse for hire Purlieu convey eil to any point on reason utile terniN R H URYAN WITH Livery Feed lAKE jr tVI HAZEL GREEN KY PEARSONCLARK WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ Jk rly UKU V N Y will also attenil to nil culls for nue tioneerlng ami solicit business of this kind mWCtBBWBf 12 11 WICST MAIN ST Â¬ ltcflpcctfnllv Sn JOHN ll CIEUAIT LEXINGTON KY NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER Mr doctor says It acts trsntly on ths etpmarh Ilrer U tbli aadklilac7SandUailaMuit lsistlva uss aa drink as mads frotn herbs and Is prprvd for THE tea LOUIS STIX W1IOIKHAIK DKAIKIIS IN CO TABLER you eanQotKetltssndfouraddress for free sample lb bawrUraeh Lasss raatllr krilMae dar In onUr to be timllnr IhU la necrassry Aim LAHESMEDIGINEIf AlldruwIttssellltatSScandllXOapaektBe mm IDW AH Dry Goods Third Uuee mid Union Sis CINCINNATI O We enrrv tho goods hut will mill vour trade mid our prices uro THE LOWEST Special attention to mull orders t buckeyelUJ SDII OINTMENT known for IS SURE notions c CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A and Â¬ Caveat and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat ent bailneis conducted for Meikrits Ftet 8wr 0M U OaaetHi US Patent OMee tBd we can secure patent Ib less time than those remote from Washington Head model drawlug or photo with description We advise If patentable or not free of chanre Oar fee not clue till patent Is secured A PamaMtt How to Obtain Patents with names ofaetual client layourState county or tows lent free Address Â¬ rrrirl hj RICHlUeilOSTATI JI PILES REMEDY FOR JIKD 10 HTIWJ JH PHILLUV WITH yars as tho BEST CERTAIN CURE I J DIKGFELDEK WITH M ROBINSON Importers and Jobber of CO W M KERR 5 JOIIIIKIIN IN CO lt CASNOWCO OffeeHs PakM OMn WatMagtofl D C Hardware 1 Agricultural Implements T1IK -- OLAUKXDOX Cor Liineatoiie unci Short DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Mts Xfxinotqk Ky Ntw 537 530 and 541 W H B0SWRLL Troprictor There hat been milled an Annex with 20 lnre well ventilated room Street Cars Pm the door everyoftire tulnutet Located wlthlu two iutirt8 depot -- Ve8t Main Steot IOUIfjVILLE KY Job printing cheap at thin oillce llKATOnS CHAMPION lKArWg AND MOWEItS STODDAKP AM v ACME HAllKOWS Ac DOOHS AND SASH A SPKCIAIiTi--- i 110 ami 112 Skcokii Sninirr I UilUii v VKU CIIILIiED PLOWK COOKS lIOVA MA J1 MIUi t hjA -