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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft hfc SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Heralds Of a Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations LumbYing nt His Bnok fl00 A YEARtAlwuye In Ativan EIGHTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY y FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1802 Â¬ NUMBER 28 Tho dato just aftor your name on tho margin of this paper and if -- A6m vct The Greatest Effort OF wfrnoi W0fiftnfrtfiftOAAf iilAAAlg AN ENEMY IN GAMP IS UREY WOODSON CHAIRMAN Â¬ OF THE 2D DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE OUR JLIYES HETBB BQUAL IB IN THE History iLexington ---- Louis Gus Straus DPtiC Thit is not a Every Department Overflowing to its utmost enpneity ities wile of imy kind but good hottest values entoh pennv During the coming week we will display full fair price at lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lend ing and liest manufacturers in the United States and We will forfeit our reputation of thirty Kuroju We have nevyears standing in Icxiutnn er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ I A That That we will sell you the host Mens buitat lo That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the bestrMens Suit at 25 OUR the host Mens Suitjit o Tlmtwn will sill vou tho - host Mens Suit at 10 wo will soil you h MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENTS Our Cutters and Workmen are lirst Is the finest in the United States doing the largest business we have ever done We are class artists Come and make your selections early L M C STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY LEADING- CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS HMMMWy JAY-EYE-S-EE iAftl Bza --- home Mn J I Cask Hlckorr 3rove Farm trying After Itiielnc of Jiiy KyeMco remedy IWis says a liirCe liunch removed every known from a 3 year old Ally of two years stnudlnjj of with throo applications S S QUINNS OINTMENT 3iSTT5CTSI uWUjCCiS ilot HEnglish Kitchen Lexington Ky Street No 12 W Short before the Congressional nomination in charuiiiE the Owensboro Messenger with lcing secretly hostile to Mr Ellis while mwm im avowing loyal friendship for him Even since the nomination the friends of Mr Ellis have found cause to share The InAT TUB quirers views To all it has been patent that some change had como over tho spirit and the letter of the Messengers dream and this item is by no means the first timo that the subject of traitorism in the Democratic camp has been coupled Regular Meals 23 Tents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from 5 am with that of tho Messenger and its editor Oys ft v i to 9 r M to a m Dinner from 10 a m to a v M Supper from Why is Mr Woodson the Chairman o A M to Open from Quail a specially ten Unit Fries Fish Chickens and of the District Democratic committee CUS LUICART Proprietor discovered interesting himself in estabÂ¬ lishing a Republican paper to be run in B G JONES the interest of a Republican opponent of JOHV r niwp By Mr Ellis the Democratic nomineo so thoroughly whnt means has he become advised as to the details of the scheme How is he prepared to secure Mr Benson DEALERS IN the position if he would accept it so as to relievo Mr Woodsons office of the sponsorship Ih not Mr Woodsons connection with HAZEL GREEN KKNTlCKY scheme reprehensible in any light Curry n complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Drew the loyal Democrats to be found seÂ¬ Are TJM MMiMMiiMMMMMMd Priest nut hwWhuruSV j u rwux iobotpreparaUon I have ever used or heard i Iicurtify recommend it to all Horsemen Wc have hundreds c tuch lettlmonial per bottle Ak yourrtnicgut forit if ho u h- - i m7v or luibllrnn Newspaper Yesterday afternoon just as the last rays of the setting sun gilded the face of the Court houso clock and tho shadow of the hour hand fell nil the figure VI two gentlemen crossed over from tho Planters House corner and proceeded stealthily along South Court squaro to wards St Ann street One was a small person with a superabundance of hair and a peculiar ambling gait that wo often see affected by those who love tho night lime The other was a gentleman and of more Corbett like proportions seemed from his occasional gesticula tions evidently of remonstrance to be averse to some deep laid scheme which was being nurtured by his companion Arriving at the corner of Third and St Ann streets the pair east furtive glances around for a second then hurriedly en- Â¬ tered the door of a small frame building occupied as a printing oflice by the Rural Home Journal of which Mr 11 Benson is the editor The smaller of the two persons was Mr Urey Woodson editor of the Owens ltoro Messenger member of the Suite Executive committee Chairman of tho Second District Democratic committee The and State Railroad commissioner other was Mr George E Bridges busi Â¬ ness manager of the Messenger Shortly after entering the oflice of the Home Journal Mr Bridges retired and Mr Woodson stated to Mr Benson the object of his visit He began by saying thai certain par tics were going to start a Republican newspaper in Owensboro to be run until after the election in the interest of Dr Kimbley the Republican candidate for Congress That being the editor of a Democratic paper he Woodson didnt care to have the Republican paper issued from his office but as he t Benson was from the North that perhaps ho was a Republican and wouldnt object to arHe told ranging for its publication Ben son that if he didnt want to edit that there were plenty of fine writers ready to do that and that he Benson could act as business manager require n tele Mr Benson who scope to see small objects respectfully declined to enlerUiin the proposition in signing the very substantial reason that such work was not congenial to his taste and that his journalistic duties were by preference of a nun partisan character and that he needed all of his oflice room for the publication of his own journal Mr Woodson then left the oflice and The Inquirer bird came down from his perch on the top of a transom and fell to wondering how such things could be jtcm tfj jibove t Â¬ Interested In lie Kelieiue to Start n He Besides Mr Bensons mechanical facilities already necessitate IiIb printing tho Rural Homo Journal on tho Messenger press and the reasons which prompted Mr Woodson to seek his assistance could not bo assigned to purely business expe Â¬ diency Mr Benson is a dignified re- Â¬ served and able journalist but of limited acquaintance in Owensboro Ho is an assiduous worker and possesses both editorial and business tact Ho would prove n valuablo man for Mr Woodsons purpose save for his repugnance to any sort of underhanded methods Tho Messenger has been strenuous in its assertions of the danger that menaced tho Democratic ticket in tho Second district through Dr Kimbleys candidacy It has in so many words averred that a full Republican vote for Dr Kimbley would at this time insure his election It is this which makes the presence of Mr Woodson Chairman of tho Second District Democratic committee in the enemys camp anomalous to say tho least of it Tho above information will servo to confirm an already prevalent opinion that much of the disaster that has here- Â¬ tofore overtaken tho Democratic party in the county of Daviess has been due to tho self assumed leadership of Mr Wood son For many years Daviess county stood as the Gibraltar of Democracy in Western Kentucky It has only been in recent years when her old time Demo crats and sturdy yeomanry who have fought tho good fight in times past have seen their interests adroitly purloined that the event of Democratic defeat became possible It seems that there is a traitor in the Democratic camp Owens Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in arrears ond us 1 at onco to renew otherwise your name will be dropped froin tho list All who arc in arrears on tho first day of October must bo dropped in self dcfcnso WIckcdnoM of thn Force 1IIII Republican journals with violence of temper denounce the Democratic candi Â¬ date for Vico President for speaking against tho doctrino of tho Force bill iu the Southern States They my that Mr Stevenson goes bawling through tho South They complain becauso lie de- Â¬ clares that tho Forco bill means carpet twig domination and misrule and that It is totally destructive of local govern- Â¬ a daring attempt to weaken tho ment n monstrous mea- Â¬ power of tho people sure devised iu tho spirit of hate etc The Force bill is all this Mr Stevensons picture of it in a true one The Republican leaders themselves know it is not overdrawn The purpose of the projectors of the Forco bill in tho Fifty first Congrcas waa to annul local control of tho elections and givo Fod or- Â¬ al officials supported by military forco charge of the ballot boxes and voting The plea that the bill was an innocent Tho most puerile measure is childish defense of it wo have seen is in tho words of a Republican contemporary following What was tho so called Forco bill which Mr Stevenson characterizes in Briefly it provided such savage terms that when a certain number of voters in any Congressional district should for Â¬ mally represent that a free ballot was denied by tho local authorities and it fair election was possiblo only under Federal supervision their petition for Federal control of the election machinery would be granted It did not propose to interfere with 8tto or purely local elec tions but related solely to elections iu which the entire country i directly in- Â¬ terested What a proposition I A fair election only possible under Foderal supervi- Â¬ Tho purpose of tho bill was sion l first to carry on fraudulent elections and second to engraft a doctrino sub-Â¬ versive to our successful systom of gov- Â¬ ernment There is no such thing as a Federal election and there is no consti- Â¬ tutional warrant for tho Government of the United States taking chargo of tho election of Representatives in Congress or Electors of President and Vice Presi Â¬ Â¬ bo ro- - Inquirer Lucky Yonth ntut III Fortune quiet wedding at St Lukes church San Francisco Cal last week disposed of tho pretty young heiress Florence Blythe and of her fortune of something over 4000000 The groom was Frltx G Hcuckley a young insurance man of A A that city There was a spice of romance about the affair Florence is not of age Her guardian and grandmother Mrs Perry opposed tho match and secrecy was ob served to avoid a Bcene Tho couple at once left for Southern California to spend their honeymoon Florence Blytho got possession of the estate left by her bach elor father Thomas II Blythe after a sensational contest of nearly two years defeating full 100 other claimants Her mother was a poor shop keepers daughter whom the recreant old millionaire met in London Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dot Â¬ Ei9 but viewed in the recent cventHit is most i liuht of many The Inquirer made no bones MLiflcant unimportant WtJDbA 1HJU a wn OTMOTW KtorlhiK Turnou W Arney of Dotroit Mich Rev J who made a reputation because he raced horses during the week and preached rat- Â¬ tling god sermons on Sundays and who was thrown out of the Methodist church for it is going back to the pulpit He however will race the season out having won six first purses in the Greenville meet and lowered Guarantees record to 220 Last week he sold Montle Iatchen and Tillie S to Manistee parties for 1200 each with permission to fill out He leaves the the season with them in two weeks just in track and sulky time to ask Conference for a pulpit A dent Mr Lodge tho author of the Forco bill as it passied the House is notorious-Â¬ ly an extreme Hamiltoninn Ho is in favor of the enlargement and assertion of Federal power nc believes tho States should bo actually suhordlnato to tho Ho goes much General Government further than those who admit that the relations between tho States and the General Government have been changed by the results of tho civil war Ho wants the States completely sultordin a ted and that was tho spirit In which ho Introduced his bill Mr Hoar of Massachusetts who waa the champion of the bill in the Senate is another centralixer Both Mr Hoar and Mr Idgo were working on lines laid down by Mr Harrison and they went to such extremes as to offend not only Dem Â¬ ocrats but to displease a great many people in tho Republican party Hcnco tho Presidents hedging in his letter of occeptance A Republican Congress however means tho passage of another Force bill Â¬ ROSE JONBS lOI AMI at rein With Our llody In the littlo town of Aspen Colorado last week there wcro born to the wife of John Hughes a second edition of the Siamese twins differing only in the manner in which they were joined together these being face to face The children are two well formed boys weighing six- Â¬ teen pounds with well developed heads arms and legs but with one body The mother Is 23 years of ao and weighs but She has been married four 100 pounds and has one child The freak has years caused a great amount of interest among the medical fraternity Two lluhW Â¬ and if this unfortunate situation should present itself and Mr Harrison should be re elected to tho Presidential office tho Force bill will become a law Cin Â¬ cinnati Enquirer Found Under n Hjce Tree R Lqnccford a of George F Chapman of Louisa Ky was mur- Â¬ dered and 500 taken from his person Mr Lu nee ford waa on his way home and it is supposed that he wasasvasinated near a huge tree where his mutilated Ixaly was found by neighbors He was shot twice through the inMrt aal Ih the neck Several jwrtles have mn ar- Â¬ rested hut all were foiiadlHttiHt mhi discharged The murderer will l rough Â¬ ly dealt with if he is caught son-in-la- Goods Gents guaranteed as represented or money reiunded e and sell Junes Saddle Harness Wer than ever before seen in Hazel Clothing UUB PRINTING publication of a Republican paper U be run in the Interest of the Republican NKVTLY CHEAPLY and PllUJiriii Send your order nominees until after the election CUTED AT THIS OFFICE lrf cretly supplying the sutlers department Is there any oc of theenemvscimp A11 goods secretly casion 7or Mr Woodsmi to bo the delails of the interested in perfecting pus Â¬ Acquitted trial of Vincent Span The examining ingeraml Mrs Cole was held Thursday week in iouisville and resulted iu their acquittal The accused were charged with poisoning Mrs Austin and Mrs Sherrill the two women who died so mvnteriiinslv a few weeks aeo It was shown by the evidence of the ctiemistn that the women had died from jmiIsoii any j but the prosecution failed to present tho prison evidence directly conuecfiug ers with the crime uWvllle HtmjMiit Â¬ Hazei Green Herald SPENCER COOPER PublUber BE TALMAGES SERMON but Rags and Hungor tho Wages Paid by Satan Tlio IlountU oT Hell Started After All Yiho Itciine the KinolumciiU of Their Service HAZEL GREEN EATING KY A sailor after having been long on tho sen returned to his fathers house A loan Man Should ycr Do It In the Pretence of Ilia Sweetheart and Ids mother tried to persuade him Tho sermon selected for publication A young lady fetid that she hated this week is from thu text Luke xv 18 not to go away again She said Now oranges because one had coino between you had better stay at home dont go J will arise and go to my father nway we dont want you to go her and her lover Ho had called on You There is nothing like hunger to take will have it a great deal better here her one evening and nfter sitting tho energy out of a mnii A luinirrv Hut it made him angry Tho night be- Â¬ awhile had produced a couple of bright man can toil neither with pen nor fore ho went a way again to sea ho heard Florida oranges out of his pocket and hand nor foot There has been many his mother praying in tho next room suggested that each eat one She now an army defeated not so much for lack says that she can not drive out of her of ammunition as for lock of bread and that made him more angry He It mmd the sight of his nose cheeks and was that fact that took the lire out of went far out tin the sea and a storm came up and he was ordered to a very chin dripping with juice and he has this young man of tho text Storm and perilous duty and ho ran up the rat- Â¬ been whispering something horribly exposure will wear out any mans life lines and amid tho shrouds of tho ship similar about her Evidently you can in time but hunger makes quick work he heard the voice that he had heard in not love a girl and a citrus aurantium Thu most awful cry ever heard on the next room at the same time He tried to whistle it was the cry for bread earth off he tried to rally his courage but he One of the best remedies for an A traveler tells us that in Asia Minor could not silence that voice ho hud orangea sort of whipping the devil there are trees which bear fruit very heard in the mvt mom find tinaround a stump is to use a spoon The much like the long bean of our time ia luimsuui II1M directions advise you to cut the orange It is the carab tree Once in a while to storm niii the darkness ho said mother gathered 1I11M tllo ifMi lied Tho them up and Oh Lord who a wretch 1 have I ecu carefully Into halves taking eare to do the people reduced to destitution next morning the brother a vout gman so across the grain so that a spoon can would eat these carabs but generally what a wretch am Help me just who staved at home went out lo Id now Lord nt Ami t tl slip in reridily is 1111 11111L i these carabs the beans spoken of here li jii mr rtttft son and ha f 11 I A gentleman who has lived for years in m- umiiiuiujii uunv uiiTi may no some came where ho was vimuirowu oniy to mo who may have the memory of a fathers youn man wandering and saw the in the American countries In which the swine and they crushed them with P and down iftttnti or ti vi 9 orange grows Is waging a war against great avidity Hut this young man of vi pissing in ron t of m pnw where lie had m ightily upon tho soul and that this been the slovenly manner of cutting the my text could not get even them with- Â¬ staying and the vimr orange up and serving It on the table out stealing them So one daw amid nicy may inauo tue same resolu- who had kept his integrity said to tion I find in my text saying 1 will In such a case he recommends that a the swine troughs he began to solilo- Â¬ the older brother Here what docs arise and go to my father very sharp knife one as keen as a quize He says These are no clothes mis moonv What is th matter with A lad at Liverpool went out to bathe you razor be used and tho fruit cut Into for a rich mans son to wear this is no Whiy uo you act in thk wni v slices inllnlteslnmlly thin and built kind of business for a Jew to be en Â¬ went out into the sea went out too far The prodigal looked at him and said got beyond his depth and he limited far layer about with pulverized sugar gaged in feeding swine Ill go home uno am l Whom do you take me to away A lii bound for Dublin came oev 110 sum Since the spoon has been relegated out Ill go home 1 will arise and go to mv ou are my brother along and took him on board Sailors of modern dinner civilization almost a father Xgl am not I am 1 brute Have vnn nro generally very generous fellows seen anything of my wife and children I know there are a great many people fork is used to eat it with In southern and ono gave him a capmnduotlmr Aro they dead I drove them out last Europe the peosants always eat fruit who try to throw a fascination a ro- Â¬ IVO hlltl rt lllc nt Mint n tint liii tmii night in the storm in its natural shape and never think mance halo about sin but notwith- 1 U am a brute f it 11 of treating it to doses of sugar salt or siiiiuiug mi mat worn ijyron unuueorgo him shoes griitlonianpass5ng along John tlo you think there s on help for on the lKa7h at Liverniol found tho me Do von think T w ill- irm other seasoning Around Naples and Sand have said In regard to it it is a Mwtutr in Milaga the people bite a hole in the mean low contemptible business and uui s clothes ami took thorn home and tins life of dissipation He Knu the father was heartbroken the mother orange suck out the juice and throw putting food and fodder into the John there is just one thing that will was heartbroken at tho loss of their stop this the orange away South American troughs of a herd of iniquities that root The prodigal ran his finger child They had heard nothing from across his throat and soul people often do the same but of and wallow in the s oul of man is verv That will him day after day and they ordered tho stop it and Ill stop it before night course the American must try his hand poor- iuusincss xor men and women in Â¬ at improving nature so he puts a lump tended to be sons and daughters of usual mourning for tho sad event but Oh my brain I eon stand it no loader Xou- nujfrts can their Joy eontnini of sugar in it tho lad took slilp from Dublin and ar Â¬ That prodigal never got home An orange planter the Lord Almighty And when this Hut ktmlhtl Uh new tire thinks such a thing desecration rived iu Liverpool tho very day the gar Â¬ young man resolved to go home it was Tho Khmer lost 5s fuunn they snr THE WEATHER EUREAU Anil strike the souiiMnK lyre ments arrived lie knocked at tho door On board ship a unique way is al- Â¬ a very wise thing for him to do and tho ways a popular way to do any tiling only question is whether we will follow When Napoleon talked of going and the father was overjoyed and the Hor llhty Pit tViit or lt ulculatloni into Italy they said There they take an orange and with a him You cant mother was overjoyed at the return of Vcrltlcil hy tCcMiltH very sharp knife cut off a slice of skin The United States signal service with Satan promises large wages if we will get there if you knew what tho their lost on Oh my friends have 1aO ITr across the top This is placed bolow serve him but he clothes his victims Alps were you wouldnt talk about 1111 lll1lll rill its eieetric wires threading r continent Have vou waded has won tho respect and arousal tho the orange and skewered by a fork into with rags and he pinches the with it or think of it you cant get vottr am wadod down into sin position Holding the fork in the left hunger and when they start out to do munition wagons over tho Alps Then from the shore Wiil you como back admiration of Kuropo because of itt hand the knife cuts down the peeling better he sets after them all the blood Â¬ Napoleon rose in his stirrups and wav- Â¬ W hen you conic back will you come in adaptability ctlieienoy and success which indifferently falls off or hangs hounds of hell Satan comes to us to- ing his hand toward tho mountains he the rugs of your sin or will you come The area it covers withs onerations Is down Then the same knife cuts the day and ho promises all luxuries nil said There shall bo no Alps That robed in the Saviours righteousness three thousand miles long by two thou juicy meat thus left exposed into small emoluments if we will only serve him wonderful pass was laid out which has 1 believe the latter Go home to vou i sand wide From more than on lain- portions which are conveyed on the Liar down with thee to the pit The been the wonderment of all the yours God tojday lid is waiting for you Uo drcd and fifty subordinate stations messages are simultaneously Hashed point of the blade to the mouth one of wages oi sin is ueutn un tlie young since the wonderment of all engineers home I Hut remark the characteristic of this to the heodquurtors at Washington the eases on record where the knife man of the text was wise when he ut- Â¬ And you tell me there arc such enters the mouth by common consent tered the resolution I will arise and mountains of sin between your soul resolution was it was immediately put twice a day which describe every at Â¬ of the fashionable world The small go to my father and God there is no mercy Then into execution mospheric condition upon tho surface Tho context says ho arose and came of the Initcl States Six millions of In the time of Queen Mary of Eng Â¬ I see Christ waving his hand to- Â¬ quantity of juice that flows down falls into tho false bottom of the orange and land a persecutor came to a Christian ward the mountains and I hear him to his father The trouble in Oitji times square miles arc contained in theso thus the hand Is protected The orange woman who had hidden in her houso say I will come over tho mountains of out of a thousand is that our resolu Â¬ reports nnd every phase of climate tions amount to nothing bceauso we from the arctic regions to the tropics never eats better than in this wav and for the Lords sake one of Christs serv- thy sin and tho hills of thine iniquity is also as may be observed freed ants and the persecutor said Tho stranger who goes into this Ihoro shall be no Pyrenees there shall make thvmifor squiudistant time If it Where 1 bo no Alps resolve to lcome a Christian next literal rriWting plnce of winds and temfrom all untidiness is that heretic The Christian woman Again I notice that this resolution of year that amounts to nothing at all pest the office at Washington will bo The trick with tho orange called the said You open that trunk and you will sea vick passenger Is played the first see the heretic The persecutor open Â¬ tho young man of tho text was founded If 1 resolve to become a Christian to told that a snow storm is sweeping thing on the voyager whose stomach is ed the trunk and on the top of tho in sorrow at his misbehaviour It was morrow that amounts to nothing at across the lake region while the tem- Â¬ It was grief all If I resolvottftcr I 0 hQme to day perature has stood at the same moment suspected of uncertainty The eyes linen of the trunk he saw a glass He not mere physical plight that he had so maltreated his father to yield my heart toGod that amounts ninety in the shade in the Gulf states nose and mouth of a man are cut on said There is no heretic here Ah the side of the orange the eyes and she said you look in the glass and you It Is a sad thing after a father has dono to nothing at all The- - only kind of The Mississippi says tho clerk is rising nose being made by a slight removal of will see the heretic As I take up the everything for a child to have Unit child resolution that amounts to anything is to night and the eastern department the resolution that is immediately put has- set up cautionary signals upon the the skin while the mouth is a deep in- Â¬ mirror of Gods word to day I would ungrateful into exeouth n There is a man who Atlantic coast The way of the winds cision The orange is then put on top that instead of seeing the prodigal of How flhurpvr than a serpents tooth It Is foadjtthetyphoifl fever He aifl To have a thankless ihlUL Oh is no secret here Their coming is of n strong tumbler and pressing on its the text we might see ourselves our edge is rolled about to imitate the heav Â¬ want our wandering our sin our lost known and their going prophesied Tho A foolish son Jirl could get overthis tertibloJlittress That is Shakespeare ifthis fever world detinrt if r could bo hurricane which whirls through Haiti ing of a vessel The juice is thus forced condition so that we might be as wise is the heaviness of his mother That TosTbred to health 1 wouuVall the rest more will be traced across the great out of the mouth Incision and a very as this young man was and say I will is the lliblc Well my friends have of my life serve God expanse until it disappears in the frozen arise and go to my father some of us been cruel to prodigals miserable passenger portrayed If this not u ho fever departed lie got well north and to morrow the maps of its light doesnt at thu same time force a The resolution of this form- Â¬ Havo wo not maltreated our Father was good many people to seek their cabins ed in disgust at his present circum Â¬ And such a father So loving so kind enough to walk around the block Ho journeying will bo reproduced in every hurriedly the result is considered to be stances If this young man had been If ho had been a stranger if he had got well enough to attend to business important daily Ho woil Tho mariner putting to sea is stayed very disappointing Pittsburgh Dis Â¬ by his employer set to culturing tlow forsaken us if he had llogelloted us if was is AYJtcrotoBay- u4 well as hoover is tho broken vow Thoro until the proud waves ore stayed also ers or training vines over an orbflr or ho hail pounded us nnd turned us out of patch Jou- Â¬ keeping accounts of the pork market or doors on the commons it would not is a man who said long ago If I could and he may proceed in safety A JUGGLERS TRICK year 1MJ by that timo I will rneys arc postponed sales effected phy overseeing other laborers he would not have been so wonderful our treatment live to the have thought of going home If he had of Him but He is a Father so loving hue my business matter a1 arranged sicians frders to patients controlled 1 w Man ami IXhm lit Pretend to Kill Ivh had his pockets full of money if he had so kind nnd yet how many of us for and will 1have timo to attend to reli and clothing regulated by this marvel All 1IU llrholrtom gion and win be a good tnerottgh ous conquering of Nature by obeying been able to say I haveo thousand our wanderings have never apologized IM11 The wonderful feats of east Indian dollars on my own account whats the Wo apologize for wrongs done to our Jkmsecroted Christian Tho year UlS Vntiinc iinivo ni mur nllintS jugglers have formed tho theme of use of going back to my fathers house fellows but some of us perhaps have husfcomc January Fobruary March nnd protects his fragile fruit blossoms many u letter from tmvelers hi the Do you think I am going back to apol Â¬ committed ten thousand times ten thou April May Juno and Juiy luly half from Jack Frost because forewarned Orient hut none are more surprising ogize to the old man Why he would sand wrongs against God and never tho year gone Whore is your broken and there ore forearmed Lvcry im vow than that for which nn old sen dog put mo on the limits he would not apologized Oh says someone Ill attend portant belt Of vegetation is carefully vouches While ho was an oilicer on have going on around the old places xny character provided for and inmerrio Kngland the I remark still further that this reso- jtoHhat when I can board the P and O steamers two na Â¬ such conduct us I hove been engaged lution of tho text was founded iu a uxou up wnen t can get over my evil news of tho coming storm soften three tives cttiuc ubonrdat Madras he says In I wont go home there Is no reason feeling of homesickness I do not know habits 1 am now given to strong drink days ahead of its arrival I am given to un They wefo a junior and his nsistitut why I should go home 1 have plenty of how long this young man how many or says the man Kightv to ninety percent of the bu After they had performed a number of money plenty of pleasant surround- months how many years he had been cleanliucss or says tho man I am roauis cahulntions are uetuiillv verified minor feats and gathered quite a crowd ings Why should I go home Ah It away from his fathers house but there giyemto aisnoncs ty When I get over by tile results and sixty flvo milllonsof around them they called for a sack and was his pauperism it wos his beggary is something about the reading of my Cjty present habit s then Til bo a thor- - nconle tso umbrellas and galoshes or R piece of sail cloth My brother you will leave them at home and go abroad in lie had to go home text that makes me think ho was home- Â¬ ough Christian Theso having been providedthe chief Some man comes and savs to me sick Some of you kuow what that get worse and worse until Christ t alius sumiuer attire according as this auto juggler made u small tent like struc- Â¬ Not the righteous sin Â¬ crot of the elements shall order hy do you talk about the ruined feeling Is Far away from homo some I on iu hand ture with canvas and some stools He state of tho human soul Why dont times surrounded by every thing ners Jesus came to call On both sides of the Atlantic and then placed his assistant in the you speak 01 J but you say I agree with yon about tho progress bright and pleasant plenty of friends that ocean luself as well as its greater suck and allowed a sailor to tie of tho nineteenth you havo said I would givo tho on all that but I must put it off a little sisler Uo Pacific do those meteorolog- Â¬ century and the knot which bound him a fast pris- talk of something more exhilarating world to bo at home to night longer Ikyou know theru wore many ical observations hold sway to the safe Well oner This done the ohiei carried the It is for this reason A man never wants this young man was hopussick for his who canto just as near ts you are to the ty and comfort of all lifeand property sack into an open paee warning the tho Gospel until ho realizes he Is in a fathers houso I havo no doubt when kingdom of tod and never entered it concerned N Y Ledger people to stand back some distance and famine struck state Suppose I should ho thought of his fathers house he said I was at East Hampton Long Island then carried on an animated eonvorso como to you In your home and you are Now perhaps my father may not bo and 1 went into the cemetery to look Strongi Sociirn In intliniii tUvi with his assistant whose replies in good robust health anil 1 should be- Â¬ living The sceuo In Madison Snuuro gurdcDfaround and in that cemetery there are could be distinctly heard coming from gin to talk about medicines and about Wo read nothiug in this story this twelve graves side by sldctho graves Noyv Yorlc during tho Christian Endearthe sack Suddenly the chief rushed how much better this medicine is than parablo founded on every dny life wo lolsailors This crow some years ago oropnvention was memorable clgiuw forward picked up tho sack and dump that and some other medicine than read nothing about tho mother It says in a ship went into the breakers at thousand under ono roof all young itl it overboard where to the horror of some other medicine and talk nothing ubout going homo to hor I Amagansett about three miles away all clean all self respecting all on fir tho passengers and crew it sank out of about half this physician ami that think she wus dead I think sho had My brother then preaching at Kast with rcal At tho some time spaeioti tdght physician less After a while you died of a broken heart at his wander- Â¬ Hampton had boun at tho burial dozen other places only Immediately tho captain rushed for Â¬ would get tired and you would say I ings or perhaps ho had gone into dissi Â¬ Theso mon of tho crow came very than the garden were thronged with ward und selxed the man under the dont want to hoar about medicines pation from the fact ho could not remem Â¬ near being saved overtlowors And it was sing and cheer Tho people full belief that he had murdered his Why do you talk to mo of physicians ber a loving and sympathetic mother Amagansett saw tho vessel from and pray and exhort here thero aim and 1 never have a doctor companion but the juggler only smiled Suppose 1 como A man never gets over having lost his they shot toekeU and they snt ropes yonder until tho whole city seemed and pointing to tho canvas asked that into your houso and I find you severely mother Nothing said about her hero from tho shore and theso poor follows transformed iuto a cumi uucting it be raised This was done ami tho sick and 1 know tho medicines that Hut ho is homesick for his fathers got into tho bout and thoy pulled If a man empties his purse Into supposed drowned man was discovered will euro you and I know tho physician house Ho thought he would just like mightily for tho shore but just before squatting on the deck So realistiohad who is skillful enough to meet your to go and walk around tho old place thoy got to tho shore tho ropos snapped head no nmu can toko it from hi8 Wen ha throwing overloard however case You say llrlng on all that med- Â¬ Ho thought ho would just llko to go and and tho boat enpslod and thry wero An iuvertment in knowledge always that it was some time before thy sur icine bring on that physician I am ter-Â¬ see If things were us they used to bo lost their bodies aftorward washed pays tho host interest- - lien Franklin rUed passengers could realize that u ribly sick and I want help If I como Many a man after having boon off a upon tho boaclu OhPwhot a solemn o -J- Jlow the dust off your lliblc nwrtkr lutd qt bcu committed San to you and you fool you nro nil right in long while has gono homo and knocked day it was I havo boon told of it by aro so dusty that as Whitfield once MWt JTriiwlwo Call body and all right in mind and r1 at tho door and a stranger has come It my brother when theso twelve men you could write damuatlouou the cor m4jv iu dumi jou uhyu necu oi uowiing j Is tho old homestead but a stranger lay at tho foot of tho pulpit and he read cr - ORANGES ni - suppose that I havo persuaded you s PO you tho lT - ulroy CI worst ot all sicknesses Oh then von sny Jlrlng mo that balm of tho Oos pel bring me that Dlvlno medicament bring mo Jesus Christ Hut says some ono in the audience How do you prove that wo are in a ruined condition by sin Well I can provo it iu two ways and you may have your choice J con prove It cither by tho statements of men or by tho state- Â¬ ment of Jod Which shall it be You all say Lot us have tho statement of God Well He says In one place The heart Is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked He savs in an other place What is man that he should be clean and he which Is born of u woman that he should be righteous Ho says In another place There Is none that doeth good no not one Ho soys In another place As by ono man sin entered into the world and death by sin and so death passed urjn all men for that all have sinned 1 am Well you say willing to ac Â¬ knowledge that but why should I take the particular rescue that you propose This is the reason Except a man bo born again he can not see the Kingdom of God This is the reason There is ono name given under Heaven among men whereby they may bo saved Then there are a thousand voices here ready to say Well I am ready to ac Â¬ cept this help of the Gospel l would like to have this Divine cure how shall 1 go to work Let me say that a mere whim on undefined longing amounts to nothing You must have a stout tremendous resolution like this young man of the text when he said I will arise and go to 1113- - father Oh says some man how do I know my father wants me How do I know if I go back 1 would be received Oh says some man you dont know where 1 have been you dont know how far I have wandered you wouldnt talk that way to me if you knew all the iniquities I have committed What i that flutter among the angels of God It is news it is news Christ has found tho lost - comes to the door Tie finds out father is gone mother is gone and brother and l all gone I think this young man of ho text said to himself Per- naps father may be dead Still ho starts to flnd him out Ho is homesick Aro there any hero to day homesick for God homesick for Heaven over them tho funeral service VeJ came verv near slinrivini A Th distance of tho shore vet did not T on solid land There arc wno como almost to tho shoro of QoJv mercy uit not quite not quite TiJ uiuy utmost saved is to bo lost I will tell you of two nrnlUu ono that got back and the other th2 did not get back In Richmond l there Is a very prosperous and bennllfni home In many respects A young wandered off from that home How dored very far Into sin They heard of him often but ho was always oa th wrong track Ho would not go horn At the door of that beautiful Iiouioom night there was a great outcry The young man of the house ran down and opened the door to see what was the matter It was mliti 6w Tinv 401 ii r lltheillu 1I1II11IV Wlniw UKllXtn J hero were wife and children of th prodigal young man The fnet was ha had come home and driven them out Ho said hit of this house Awav with theso children I will dash their 11 I1 j p - 11 1 1 Itf 1 1 1 Â¬ - 1 I I tl Â¬ j 1 Â¬ Â¬ - i tet - Â¬ w Â¬ J Â¬ gt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pt WHERE ARE THEY trvathan become of the cant oft coats TXt covered Will Shakespeares back of the old rxt hat become Pirate packrow bout Of KH1 nd nH hatlt become of thu mutton bones Sam Johnson Tht come with of tho cobble- meaty tonM rtjt fc becomo That must have bruUol Miltons feotf jTjirenre thoscurf that Lord llyron wore Whefe ore jwor Sholloys cuffs tfbat has become of that wondrous store - lain tin T -- nuDjr mo use of an eletvl THE COSTLIEST CoiuparaUvw Cost of th 3C PRESIDENT kCPS 1llewrt or hen a printed tabic which shows him at just what tlmo tint S1 corded by tho clock tho latter and In that way tho sidereal I wrong clock is i regulated Of Queen Kluaboths ruffs f berooro tho allppers of Ferdinand When ore Mare Antonys clothes 6re ro the gloves from Antoinettes hand I do not search for tho ships of Tyro Tho grave of Whlttlngtons cat TCouM sooner set my spirit on tire Or even llcuu Drummers hat nd when I think that thure are spots In tho world which I can t tl nd Whew He tbeso same Identical lots And many of this sumo kind Im tempted to givo a store of gold To him that will bring to rou A jlss of earths mysteries to unfold And show me where these things be --John Kendrlek llaugs In Harpers Magn- - REGULATING TIME Tho Intrloato System of tho Navy Department An Kleetrlr Spurk Ui Sit All the lllj- - Clock the Country imtl Tell Ls When It Is Noon In Vuih ItiKton Away out at the western etui of the tfty of Washington is a wooded hill v or park which reaches down to the livers edge On the top of this hill remote from all the other public buildings in Washington stands tho United States navul observatory This branch of the navy department isof great service to the government ami plays a very important part iu the daily affair of the country for it is here that standard government time is reckoned for thc use of tho depart- Â¬ ments and for the primary purpose of testing and rating the chronometers used on the Ililtcd States war vessels and it is from this observatory that standard tune is regulated all over the Â¬ overlooking the Potomac and forming part of a large government reservation country Precisely in at noon each day it ends out electric signal to the various govern- aeat olllces ami buildings throughout he District of Columbia and by means fthe telegraph this same signal is lashed over tho United States at the ame In instant tretched from pole to pole across the artlis surface and reckoned accord i to their distance east or west from Greenwich Now this seventy fifth leridian has been chosen as the stand rd for regulating time so that when le sun gets exactly over that line it is vulve o clock at Washington eleven clock at Chicago ten oclock at Don Â¬ er and nine oclock at San Francisco r as you perhaps know according to lis system of standard or railroad1 uie it being originally adopted fol ic convenience of the railroads the mutry is divided into four sections atern Central Mountain and Pa neeach just one hour in advance of ie other and time at all places iu the we section is the same Accordingly I en it is noon at Washington it is also on at Philadelphia Now York llos- and every other place included ithiu the eastern section This of iirso is not strictly correct for it is ally noon at only such places rough which the seventy fifth morid- happens to pass as the true noon V of a place is when the sun is direct overhead Wnshiiuton for oxumnlc on the seventy seventh meridian or o degrees farther west and oonso Xtly according to its local time it only eight minutes of twelve while c true time of lloston which is four glees to the east is sixteen minutes advance Hut if every city were to - its own time it would in many scs give rise to a good deal of conflict and inconvenience and it was for c very purpose of avoiding this thut present system of standard time is adopted As we have seen the time for send- out the noon signal from Washing- is thu instant the sun crosses tho tmty Hfth meridian This however ot the sun which gives ns light and aU but uii Invisible Imaginary one Â¬ Â¬ aeridinn seventy five degrees west ongitudo which as you have learned i one of a number of imaginary lines order that this signal may be cut out at the right time it is neces ary that the officers in charge of the ororniuent time service at the ob ervatory should know at just what nstant the sun crosses the seventy ifth meridian or is directly above the or certain roasuns the true not cross the meridian at the u moment every day but during part of the year he gets over it a wo more ahead of tlmo each day and rlug the other part he is correspond 0 behind time and so this fictitious 1 1s used becuuso its apparent path uud tho earth brings it exactly over crosses tho meridian is deter tho stars for tlmo observatory is not reckoned by sun but by the stars Very clear night uu astronomer at observatory looks through a large vupo tor carta In stars which no avva must cross a eortalu lino ut ccr- same lino at tho snmo moment T ilny Now at just what instant Min tausu does td by means of tho 1 Ho hurt never put qucnt the dubs Does ho como homo his foot in one Ho goes to bed directly uftcr late model young man A dinner Just two How old Is ho madam Ah You Like It mouths ond or ten seconds before twelve Then precisely at noon the instant the sun crosses the seventy llfth meridian the signal is Hashed over the wires there Is n single throb from one end of the land to the other the tele- Â¬ graph instruments from Maine to Cali- Â¬ fornia give a final click the time ball on the building of tho state wur and navy departments drops and simul- Â¬ taneously with it time balls drop at Havana Cuba and nt all the prominent sea jHrts from lloston to New Orleans those on the IneiHc coast being operated by a branch observa tory in allforniu the hands of every government clock oitit to twelve while tho fire alarm bells throughout the city of Washington sound forth their clangorous announcement of noon and tho whole nation Is Informed of the correct standard time Clifford Howard in Ladies Home Journal Pussy OKI Son Wonderful A you uny children toutleman--lIav- e Ahl Does ho Yes sir a sou he has never 4Xo sir smoke M Docs ho fro touched a cigarette Â¬ --- tilth niiy sixin iiuy sevtMun uity eighth and lifty ninth seconds are omitted In order to distinguish tho last minute and afford time for mak Â¬ ing connections with time balls clocks etc the signals stop at the fiftieth sec Â¬ lines is at once suspended and connections made from one otlleo to another from town to town and from state to state until tho tick tick of tho clock at Washington is heard iu the telegraph olllce of every railroad station town and city in the Inited States Kvery twenty ninth tick is omitted brcaiise there is no signal goes out at the twentv nitith second so that a pause of a second signifies that the next click of the instrument will mark half a minute or thirty seconds and the first click after a pause of live seconds indicates the beginning of a minute as the ticks corresponding to thtr fifty- - require hy quickening or retarding the pendulum with a gentle touch of tho I linger r At Hftv six minutes nnd forty five seconds after eleven everything being in readiness a switch is turned on and the next instant the beat of the pendulum begin to tick the seconds on the telegraph instruments in the Washing ton and New York telegraph oflices At this signal all work on the telegraph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ used This Is sot to keep time by tho seventy llfth meridian ami U od by the standard clock before men tjotied It is in all respects similar to the other clocks except that it has at Â¬ tached to it nn ingenious device by which an electric circuit may be alter- Â¬ nately opened and cliwiil vlti beat of the pendulum This clock con- Â¬ trols such circuits one of them being used for dropping the Washington time ball and tho other one connect Â¬ ing with tho several telegraph instruments known as repeaters which stand on a case near by These Instruments in turn connect with tho tele- Â¬ graph companys olllces at Washington and New York and control the Wash Â¬ ington tire alarm circuit and the ob Â¬ servatory clock line Jlv means of tho former the alarm bells In nil nt tin tr engine houses in the city are struck the horses unhitched and tho doors thrown open all by a single spark of electricity just as is done when an alarm of tire is siyiL in for the noon signal to the engine houses is used for the additional purpose of striking the alarm for the daily practice of the lire department The observatory clock- line connects with the several hundred clocks in the government ofliccs and buildings including the white house and tho capitol and sets them to cor rect time at noon by means of a simnle mechanical device in each clock oper Â¬ ated by electricity so that whether a clock loses or gains during the twenty four hourtn tts hour and minute hands spring to twelve and its second hand to sixty A few minutes before noon the trans- Â¬ mitter is compared with the standard clock nnd if it is not found to be exact- Â¬ ly eight minutes twelve seconds and nine one huiulredths of a second ahead of the standard clock that being tho exuet difference between Washington and standard time it is set right by making it gain or lose as the case may rors but they are carefully noted and allowed for in making calculations r or the purpose of distributing tf mo a third clock known as a transmitter is duccd to sun time wliL requires calculation as there Is a differencesorao be tweeu the two of about four minutes each day a sidereal year just one day more than a consisting of sonr year A note two clocks thi nna Btar time and tho other nun tlme of very lino quality and are as aw perfection as possible Although near they cannot help being affected by changes of temperaturo and different coudL tions of tho atmosphere they very rarely are more than a fractional part of a second out of the way No at- Â¬ tempt is ever madoto correct suoh er- Â¬ ThUuLnifi it- ClavrUnit nntl AtlmlnUtrntloBs Tho Harrison administration is tho costliest the country has over had It lias cost the pcoplo of tho country V a head or tv family annually as against an average annual cost of only dW for Cleveland and Srt43 for tho Uarllold Arthur administration Kven when compared with tho Oarllold Arthur administration which was by no means us economical as it might have been tho cost of Harrison uppears in its truo llglit as unprecedented Hero aro ofticlal figures glvlug tho IUrrlu rri Â¬ Â¬ cluding sinking fund and postal serv ice and tho average expenditure por Figures Which Will ot Itenellt tho Ke youngster quiet but again the boyof pubtlritn lnrty capita under two republican adminisTho republican claim that quite as three pipes out sharply trations Papa much extravuganco was displayed dur Â¬ Per Capita Per Ytar Well you say ing the recent session of congress as Oarneld Aruvjr 41 e190l0i Harrison 7 01 You wake papa 44941311X1 wus indulged in by the much criticised Hero is an Inoreuse for Harrison over Kifty llrst congress has been mot by Yes the last preceding republican adminis certain democratic statements and Sos me tration amounting to f3 cents per capita comparisons Mr Dolman ohalrmau Yes I hear hn you areyou say pet year or a round 100000000 h year oft tho house committee on appropria- with cold sarc t What do you We give tho figures of Increase for tions shows that tho amount appropri- Â¬ want ovory head of population because some ated at tho late session was nctimllv Oh nufiln republicans endeavor to uvodo respon- Â¬ less by moro than SMdOOOOO than the Well He still and go to sloop thonM sibility for Harrisons extravagance by appropriations of tho preceding ses I Isnt sleepy papa saying that this is a growing coun- sion when no river and harbor bill Well am young man try The figures por capita show that was passed Leaving out the river and you I isnt not a bit I nay his expenditure have increased much harbor appropriation the comparison papa above the increase in population Ho shows over 14000000 in favor of tho Well has made nn increase of 0 per cent present congress Hut of tho appro- Â¬ If you was rich what would you buy over the por capita expenditures and of priations made this year nearly SS0 me over SO per cent over tho total expendi 000000 was reudcred unavoidable by I dont know go to sleep tures of the JarfluldArtliur adminis- legislation of tho Plftytlrst congress Wouldnt you buy mo nufiln I fancy so now you tration That is he costs tho people 0 for coutmuing outlays and if that per cent a head more than Oarlleldand could havu been eliminated tho total What papa Arthur cost them and in the total per for tho first session of the prcsont con Well a steam engine maybe now year this increase makes 5100000000 gress would have been loss by over Vim go to ultrji or nearly u third of the total sum ex S11H000OJO than that of tho last sos With a whistle that would sound pended annually under Garfield and slon of tho previous congress and less papa Arthur -- V Yes yes now you by 01000000 ami moro than that of Wo have made this comparison of the first session of the Plfty tlrst con And would the wheels go round two republican administrations that gress Representatives Dockery and papa Oh yes yawning Shut your eyes now I say papa 1 No answer Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ total average annual expenditures in Â¬ convention adopted its platform Daven Â¬ port was undergoing n conducted ut Washington bv Sena- Â¬ tor David B Hill and thoro admitted tho authorship of tho bill volunteering tho information that at somo future tlmo ho would renew tho bill and urge Its passage In this confession and this threat is apparent the spirit of federal aggression and partisan out rage Whatever Mr Harrison may say tho forco bill is and will rcmalu a vital issue Detroit Frco Press A FEW COMPARISONS cross-examinatio- drafting it and lent his Influonce la having Henry Cbot Lodgo father it On tho very day that tho Minneapolis n PAPAS LITTLK ABtorjr KxpUlnlnK HrcoMB Charming no a iOY hi pal You think you will pay no heed to tho imperative little voice hoping that silence on your part will keep tins tho merry prattle ot innocent childhood it Is not particular-Â¬ ly agreeable nt about one oclock in tlia morning when you aro dead for sleep Tliero aro young1 and talkative children who have no more regard foe your feelings or for tho proprieties of life than to open their peepers with a nap at one or two oclock in tho raora Ljjf ing and seek to engage you in enliven lug dialogues of this sort lrttnM Wr Fathers rrrmtttrlr Orajr n Â¬ Â¬ - - -- iiui Well what oic Ik vnil fttitil f flu vavi No drowsily I rtfcAi au llrlttk 7 Well I isnt either papa Â¬ says papa xperieuce uas tauguiyou inajxuoragVL will be no peace until you lunoWoughtf I the jink and you sourryourtotho7 bath room in the dark for It knocking your shins ngalust everything In tho room as you go Now J dont want to hear another word from you to night you say as1 he gulps down a mouthful of the water he didnt want Two minutes later he i I want a jink No you dont1 Look here laddie papa will have to punish you If I can spell dog papa republicans may the Intter understand Sayersf have joined iu a statement com Well uoliody wants to hear you how costly are Harrisons incompetency paring the expenditures of- the govern spell it at two oclock in the morning and radicalism Hero is a similar com- Â¬ ment under the democratic administradog Is that right parison for three administrations tion of President Cleveland with those n Yes yes now you lit tloirn anil 1tr Capita Itr JVir of the administrations immediately 10 to i 0 11 fiartlfld Arthur 43l0OIIiui preceding and following it Tho show- Â¬ sleep iMHM Cleveland ttVttVI4lV i Then I shall be 11 good boy wont I 7 01 HiirrlHou 4UMMUX ing of these figures is certainly one out The render will see hero a great in of which the republican party can papa Yes Youll Ihj the best boy on earth crease iu Harrisons average annual make no campaign capital N Y Good night dearie expenditures over those of both the Times Papa Cleveland and the Garfield Arthur ad POINTED PARAGRAPHS Well iiyW What now ministrations lie will notice also that Is I your little boy while Arthurs per capita expenditure i ilatt will not Ihj satisfied this Yes yes of course is considerably above Clevelands Har- Â¬ year with verbal promise of olllces Some mans havent gal any little risons is much higher than Arthurs The plea that the increase of liar from the president He wants nothing boys but you have liwont you Yes risons total is due to increase of popu less than a mortgage on the federal Albany Argus Dont you wish you had two f rep lation being thus disposed of no de patronage Cleveland redeemed more bonds nine iebeu twenty six ninoty tenrw fense remains for Harrison lie stands confessed on his record the costliest as than Harrison yet Clevelands average hitmlnd little boys The mere possibility of such a remote well as the smallest president the coun annual expenditures were nnlv SSUll- 0S14000 while Harrisons annual aver and contingent calamity so paralyzes try ever had St- - Louis Republic age is SHUit00 It is no wonder that you that you lie speechless for ten min Â¬ THE FORCE GILL ISSUE he is perpetually scraping the bottom utes during which you hear a yawn or tin two ui the little bed by your side a Jtorts ol 1itrly Doomril ltt- - of the treasury St Louis Kepubllc licrate piitilliiui For twenty yours Adlal K ritev- - little figure rolls over two or three The advice of some republican organs ensou has been president com times a pair of heels lly into the ulr thit President Harrison should re Â¬ pany and has never had a of a coal What once or twice a warm moist little hand strike pudiate and put aside thur fqrec bill a contrast to the ease of the republican reaches out and touches yor face to issue in his exnected letter of accept Â¬ cuiidldate for vice president who for make sure you are there uud tho boy is ance shows the desperate straits in sixteen years has had his old union em asleep with his heels where his head which the doomed organization finds ployes locked ouL Indianapolis Sen- ought to be Chicago Inter Ocean itself It is asking of Harrison some tinel Iloulit mill I trlli thing beyond the power of his accomp It is a good thing for Candidate To many minds doubt even as to im Â¬ lishment He is capable of accepting Held or rejecting anything that promises ad Â¬ made of the republican ticket if ho has portant truths Is a natural phase of Is his peace ditional strength to his candidacy but Typographical as claimed with the life but as certainly us it Is natural so union with which he also It Is temporary and will pass away he cannot put aside the platform was iu adopted by the delegated authority as Â¬ hardly bowar tor 3 ears mil he canÂ¬ unless it Is unwisely wrought Into con advised to pose as the labor- duct There Is u Kven could sembled at Minneapolis ers friend just vet The situation is crating power iu wonderfully llghtgen gHl conduct for to ho compass this feat thoro would re Â¬ too new and he Is sure to Ihj awkward net on what we feel Is duty makes still main tho utterly impossible one of Id iL Detroit Free Press further duty and truth plain to us turning down the dominant element iu Deujamln Harrison In order to The experience of life to tho honest his party It holds higher than any other consideration thu possibility of plonse the people of the Pacific coast heart nearly always works toward tho retaining power and making firmer its signed n bill which brands the negroes confirmation of faith dust ns fast as grip upon the affairs of the country as unreliable witnesses and on that we live nil that wo believe we shall bo It is unrestrained by tho fact that the account prohibits them from testifying Heve more than wo live Obedience to entire country Is now one and that in certain eases No other president of known truth will make duty plain and loyalty is the common possession of any party has ever In this solemn man duty performed will make truth plain Detroit Free Press our united citizenship It has kept alive ner placed such a disgraceful stigma the spirit of sectionalism and for party upon the colored citizens of the United Tim lHhur Jurttlun purposes declined to recognize the States Itenjamin Harrison may ex- Â¬ Wife from the window at 1 a in to binding force of terms offered and ac plain the matter until doomsday but tipsy husband Well whats your ex Â¬ cepted upon the restoration of an un no intelligent self respecting negro cuse for coming home at this hour It still plays the role will ever forget his deliberate insult divided country Husband Let me in Mrin Just of conqueror and assumes tho right of Atlanta Constitution como from the meeting of the labor Too much confidence of victory union iteen considering what continued dictation as against those well do who were restored to equal rights ami in November must not be founded upon about the recent strike privileges and have kept faith under the evidences of discord iu thu repub Â¬ Wife Well you just down on tha lican part iu tliishtate Victories aro doorstep and consider sit the terms of their compact what youll do It Is by this element that tho forco not won by deponding upon tho sup about the recent lock out bill is desired us a part of national law posed weakness in tho enemys ranks And she slammed down tho window and President Harrison Is powerless to but by steady nnd aggresslvo and Drakes Magazine change it whatever tho dictates of pol Â¬ united and untiring efforts that will What It Mr Ms icy in tho premises Tho leaders of strengthen and solidify the party forces She It certainly must mcaa aoaaa tho party had tho objectionable plunk Democracy would have but a sorry ex Â¬ placed in their platform uud should cuse for winning if it expected victory thing when a man put a diamond riajf republican supremacy again bo estab-Â¬ solely because Mr IHaltie is troubled on a girls flngor lie of hard experkaeo il raeaaa lished they would secure the passage with indigestion and Mr Piatt is suf- Â¬ that ho owes some jawwlfrtWQ or tknM of the obnoxious measure Harrison fering from u swelled u huadriMl dollars Llf favors it for he ulcUd Daveuport in Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H-o- They Aro Going to Try thu Old Knko Aciiin Puck Papa 1 Â¬ jf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hcad--Alba- ny - r 5 I nMtMEWMaUll tiri jimBTBTifc While we lire not yc uloiic with cal nrty also received his full shato of cicos Jmlco LIHvh record and rlwrcniioy In attention By no means the least pleasing feature we wl cunenl lxVOrt fnr Editor oinct 8PEN0ER COOPER the priscnt with BiihmltthiK the follow of the monster parade which will be ing oxtruet from Oov IlruWn incjwnge talked about for years to como by all which we commend to the careful con who participated in or saw it was tho Hlderation of the voter in this Circuit singing of 1000 roliool children who were seated on a large stand ut the south end Court district Keml It and relied There is an ninarliig dincrcnce that lias of the treasury building dressed in red existed lor yearn ami Ih yet sustained in white and blue and so arranged as to Bsissss3rASBBSgAfrw I fl i the expenses lueurriMl In the several Judl present at a distance the appearance of a mmtvPbbbW eial districts of the State for criminal prose mammoth American ling It was a tlwt JiiitMin1 Tiii1Ii1ii illtrit pleasure to see tho faces of the veterans HAZEL GREEN KY jmK0 Grace presiding the amount paid by in they marched past while the children FRIDAY Sept 30 1802 the State therein for suchjrosecutlons in sang with spirit tho old favorite war in me ricvcuiu uiiunci ini was songs and a nong of welcome comjKised Judge Mnufort presiding amount paid Gen Schoflcld the DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1MVJ in the Twelfth district Judge Arthur for tho occasion Commander of the United Stales 7H0I in the present presiding amount paid For President Fourteenth district Judge Cole presiding army was so well pleased with the sing- Â¬ and in the Nineteenth ing of the little ones that after he reach l8vS7ti CROVER CLEVELAND district Judge Lilly presiding I0UUU7 ed tho end of the line of parade he came Of New York The attention of the General Assembly is back and occupied a seat in their midst For Vice President invited to a consideration of the sharp com until the end of the parade and he join ADLAI E STEVENSON trusts appearing in these expenses and to ed right heartily in the choruses Of Illinois tin investigation of the causes thereof with Those who anticipated higher prices the hope expressed that some remedy may for provisions during the encampment For CongrcRs 10th District he found to curtail evident extravagance M C LISLE In round numbers it cost 8000 more were most agreeably surprised for by JUDGE Of Clark County for criminal prosecutions in our dm ricl middle of the week prices of every tiling ForCircuit Judge than in any other one cited and thin of except poultry and eggs were a little D H REDWINE itself should convince all friends of eco lower than they had been a week before Washington not only entertained its Of Ureathitt County nomic government that the election of is an expensive luxury well visitors but it look the Ust of care Judge Lilly again COUNTY TICKET that we would do well to eliminate from of those who were so unfortunate as to For Circuit Clerk our Judicial hill of fare and well do it get sick while here the citizens commit Â¬ tee having had placed at its disposal be- Â¬ JONAS F VANSANT For Sheriff With this issue appears the announce fore the visitors came a complete hospitGEORGE W DRAKE ment of Judge W II Holt for re elec- al lilted with all the most modern appli tion as Judge of the Court of Appeals at ances for the treatment of emergency For Circuit Jtiilga the November election 1802 Judge cases a half dozen ambulances and a Wo nre authorized to nun mi nee Judge Holt is too well known to the people of full complement of volunteer physicians HENRY C LILLY as a candidate tr Cir thiH section to need an introduction from and nurses cult Judge In the Twenty third Judical ills President and Mrs Harrison are again trlet composed of the counties of Estill us so we dispenso with that formality in tho While House having returned to That Judge Holt is a Republican in his Lee Wolfe Hrcathitt and Magoflln politics is also well known though his Washington from Loon Lake on Wednes For Aiiiiflllntn Jmtgn day And a most sorrowful We arc authorized to announce Judge W announcement docs not mention the fact was too Mrs Harrison was taken H HOLT as a candidate for re election as and it is evident that ho hopes to get J udge ol the Court of Appeals ut the No Democratic votes to enable him to reach from the special car in which she had vember election 1802 We announce him simply made the trip on her bed which was his election in a business way and havo nothing to carried to the White House in an army shall say as to who shall for ambulance she being too weak to sit up The date just after him This howeveror we cannot votejus- at all When she Jleft Washington she say in vmmsibiv your name on the tice to tho man Ho U morally and in- Â¬ was able to wulk to and from her carwmwwmww margin of this paper and if tellectually tho peer of any man learned riage supported by Mr Harrison and tier in arrears send us 1 at once in law just as a jurist and numbers in physician That tells the whole story of to renew otherwise your name his list of personal friends many good her present condition Since returning Mr Harrison has spent his time will be dropped from the list Democrats But whether Jiey will sup by her bedside and tho most of anguish look of AH who are in arrears on the port him remains to bo seen Democrats upou his face and upon those of tho seldom scratch first day of October must be other members of the family tells all too dropped in self defense plainly the fear they feel that the inva WASHINGTON LETTER lid has come home to die Washington Sept 2 Washington Somk time ago in speaking of tho by its hospitable reception and entertainMORGAN COUNTY announcement of Judge Lilly an a candi Â¬ ment of the members of the G A R Kiel Evolutions date for re election wo used the expres- and tho friends and relatives who accom Born on the 21st to the wifo of Dr sion hi record is in his favor but his panied them to tho successful National Georgo Bolin a girl politics against him Since that time encampment just closed sent out 850000 Hugh Blankeuship returned last week we havo taken aomo pains to get at the advertisements in the persons of the do from the asylum much improved facta in tho case and tho result ia that lighted visitors whose talk will forever Dock Hicks is in town with a talking his record ia oven worso than his politics put an end to the supposition which has machine on his way to the Hazel Green That Hon D B Rcdwino will defeat Mr been forward in some quarters that the fair Lilly in this Judicial district ia now a citizens of the National capital were sol Samuel E Bayea was kicked on the forcgono conclusion for tho people will fish inhospitable and lacking in public back by a horse last Saturday evening no longer stand tho wanton waste of spirit and that the city ran not take care It came near proving fatal Judgo Lillys administration Tho facta of a big crowd Tho encampment was The lodge at this place commenced wo present are indisputable and every in every respect tho greatest ever held by last Saturday to make Masons of J C tax payer bo ho ever so partisan in his the G A It As to the treatment accord Couch and O H Downing politics can seo nt a glance that tho ed to tho old soldiers and those who camo Charles W Russell the Republican profligacy of Judgo Lillys policy if per to see tho largest parade since the dis- nominee for Congress in this district was sisted in would soon make paupers of us bandment of tho army at tho close of in this week sparking the Third party indeed Mr Kedwino is a pure man in the war let them apeak when they reHow this world do move Maud S his morals uovor drinks and is at all turn to their homes has got her trotters knocked Sullivan times clear headed He is a young man It is only by silting or stnnding for got his popularity busted the Repub of legal ability and suilicient ambition more than soven hours as nearly half a lican party is pining away the Peoples to spur him on to mnko us a good judgo million did to see this memorable pa in trying to stretch over tho Uni- Â¬ and thero is oury reason to believe that rade pass that a real conception can bo party ted States has broke its puckering string in a given timo ho would dispose of three obtained of what a parade of 80000 men nnd collapsed and the editor of the Mor times as many cases as would Judge means Those who went to seo the pa Lilly But tho charge has been made rado under tho impression that in an gan Messenger jmketh his nose away that Mr Itcdwino is a young man True hour or so it would grow monotonous down into the political dust and just blows and blows and tries to cover np enough and it is to tho interest of tho and tiresome remained to the end and with backbites good people of tho district that ho is for not a fow of them were ex Confederaies our nominee for Congress and discouragement on account of which he will at all times be wide awake All from tho adjoining States of Maryland I submit the following for his scrap pcoplo of common senso know that a and Virginia No man or woman could well matured young man is far moro think what these 80000 men represented book Im acquainted with a nmn capablo than tho gray haired man who without feeling interested Bystanders Who runs a local paper lias spent his best days in dissipation bo were constantly pointing out some man He has dropped his polities that dissipation over eo slight of degree in tho parade whose name was widely And tries to cut a caper Then again as to tho legal ability of the known ex President Hayes marched on They say he Is a Democrat two Lawyers of unbiased views tell us foot with tho Ohio post to which ho Ihj In fact he told me so that Mr Rcdwlne ih tho peor of tho pro longs CjI Jones of he pays the freight Hut he Is not the kind I am aiding judge in legal loro and when it fame rode at the head of the famous ith I want to tell you NO comes to expedition can give our gray Massachusetts regiment of which he was He does not rightly represent haired friend point and beat him In Colonel and B F Butler rode in a car Â¬ This Democratic section proof of this thoy cito tho fact that out riage in the center of tho Massachusetts Well vote for Lisle the nominee of GOO cases tried boforo Mr Rcdwlne as post named in his honor and so it waa At Novembers great election special judgo of tho Breathitt Circuit all through tho interest never Hagged It is our only county paper court not ono has been reversed In the It is creditable to all concerned that And ought to lie our organ Bamo breath thoy hold up to view Coon politics havo been kept out of the G A But lacketh strength about its knees Cables case in this county only recently It encampment It Is not meant by this For the Democrats of Morgan reversed and namo other notorious In- statement that no polities have been pri- Â¬ He tlouts nbout thu money stances of Ludgo Lillys incompetency vately talked that would bo too much Of Clark countys gifted son Now as to Judgo Lillys ability to dis Â¬ to expect in tho midst of u Presidential But the trouble seems to he pose of h docket wo submit a few facta campaign but that politics havo been That he was getting none that will show him to bo a back number kept out of all the reunions and other I menu that Lisle the nominee and not in it when expedition is a meetings held in connection with tho en Hit paper did not patronize consideration When Judgo Lilly camo campment and that just as much honor And this U what makes Caraway into office but 84 Commonwealth cases has been accorded to Gen ltoaecrans Cold water spoilt and agonixe appeared on the Wolfo Circuit Court Old Rosy tho veterans call him a Bat we hope hell be all right docket but today It ia encumbered with htaunch Democrat as to any of tho ReWhen he time to vote rolls round MT cWe and this too notwithstanding publican members of the organization And never lot his politic Again he thought unsound tk that the Common lMcaa court while Gen Butler who says ho has not ntMiVid him of tho coguitauco of civil been for years in accord with any politi Sept 20 Blurt wgnnia - Hazel Green Herald Vm feFREuUlfflZ k- tmo - Manufacturing Jeweler 135 E MAIN STREET Custom Houta Square Cures all DISEASES bv causing the body to absorb OXYGEN it Is u home treat ment No shock no danger Nouiedidne or doctor needed Write to us for eln ulars and testimonials from the best people all Â¬ LEXINGTON KY over the country uii Dubois webb WATCHES Ith ami JcHcrsou streets Lhuisvlllc Ky 1 DIAMONDS Â¬ JWLY oIid CLOCKS Â¬ ifoer AND Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLESALE CoufhiJBort Throat CronpInflusn Whooplnr Cough Bronehltli and Aithma A eertiin euro for Consumption in flrt lUffct nnd lid at oar aura relief In d anetd ataxei Vni nlll aeath flmltnt efleet Jtft r Uhin r tSl fint dcM Fold by dalT everywhere Iurn bottlea 60 etnU and 100 u tt Cunt Gold GMUG318 MT STERLING KY jtf oiihigiiimMits of produce and the patrouaue of Mountain Mcrchanto icspee fully solicited JeUly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- JACKSONKs n ate instil 5 p wihchesteTbahk WlNCIIIMKIl KY X Â¬ home-coming-- it Â¬ 1S02 OPENS SE1T Largo Brick Buildings Seven Teachers New Three story Boarding Hall II WITHKILSIOON II D HlNTKIt Cashier President Latin Creek German fee Paul up Capital 200HKJOO Surplus S60HH Â¬ Jijiwlil Â¬ Â¬ All Common Complete Normal Course ThK Hunk solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and liusiuess nun StSyCatalogues free Branches generally throughout KiiMitii Kentucky and offers its customers every facility unil Pkof GOFP Jackson Ky the most liberal terms within the limits nf legitimate hanking lSlv I J DINGFELDKR WITH Traders Deposit Bank CO Capita i J M Â¬ M ROBINSON Importers nnd Jobbers of MT STERLING KY 80000 200000 Sumxis DRY No GOODS 637 AND NOTIONS G L KIHK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ IUHSTAFF President r39 and 541 Â¬ -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book imy your checks and loan von monev when in nerd W Thompson Cash DRILY Roinweii UK BETWEEN LINE K S ST1U1JER Successors to 74 E SON Co J A Law Â¬ SuHuck leaves Uothwell every morning Straight Kentucky Whiskies Sumlav excepted at 8 JO and arrives at Hael lire on at 510 r M Leaves Ilaiel Ueen every morning Sunday excepted at Wines Brandies c 0 oclock arriving at Kothwell at 240 i M and connecting with the K fc S A train FINK OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY A con for Mt Sterling There the CIGARS AND TOBACCO nects with train for Lexington Frankfort and Louisville so parties can get to the Agents for Old Pugh Old Peppr 01t above places the same day they leave Hazel Tarrnml Obi Taylor ai Hazel Green LEXINGTON KY Main Stkkkt Wholesale Healers in KS Â¬ Â¬ i reen FARE Each Way 2 Â¬ Â¬ Ladies and children traveling without escort will be kindly eared lor We have old experienced drivers Yours respeetfullv TAUOU A PkIUSK jutStf H I CA L G FEDER Cut Price House 155 107 RACE STREET fUKPIVVATI V OHIO Â¬ FasHuole Dressing I am now prepared to cut fit and make dresses and other garments in the latest style Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable Also teach the art of cutting and titling by chart Ilespectfullv r h GLOVES HLANKETS SIS PENDEUS and all kinds of sunn wares and other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line BKY II rNDEKWKAi shawls iiosi MilS F N DAY Church Street New York VflSpccial attention to mail orders 00 itG Fiiki A Co D R J- - F LOCK HART koar is Qiuaimr BIST 13 qilUTT XHJSTOXeEP KZKL KY WORMS WHITES CREAM AMOS DAVIS Wkst Liuciity Ky WITH BETTMAN BROS g CO of Clothing Manufacturers W TBAItl Sr VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD Trttkrtttj BUIUHPaOlTATLOUMItU CIXOINNATI FOR 20 YEARS Te L Hazel Green - Herald 1 SOLD EVERYWHEREBTtOCIS- CO Â¬ Â¬ ft niaeksmlthlug of nil kinds solicited and work promptly done We make a speclnll lITTTYirv Agents and uewsbovK to of building horse wigons uiid guaranlfc W A N A Ti If U tlK t illustrated all work family newspaperPciiu II NOTICE All who are indebted to the sylvautn Grit Good liveboys make from firm or either of us for work mini i 60 cents to 5 every Saturday Send for free and settle ami cash orsatUfactory term sample copy nnd full particulars to Gnrr bo demanded for all work done herealter PiiuiHiiiNO Company Wllllamsport 1 Thanking you fur juiht patronage mm licitlng n contlnunnce of the same we ate respectfully ROSE Jc DiiUlK Job printing cheap ut this otlicc 10 It llUNTIM establishment is uowt yjprepnred to execute orders for all kimUv ifid itriiiiiiitfr suen as i- iiiniOLiiiw Minnie kJ I t Letterheads rsotelieads Sale lulls TllgS Miiiuiint nriiHrJ Vlnli and save money - t i lirtin i iv nlng tryTllK 7Krjrjmir r n 1 ROSE DeBUSK IMUCTICAl Hkii Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL OREEN KY llfl ills i yasw irrrv PWlnTrf i c r - - tc Tr TTW1 lirrfP1fBli f -- jjj I Assoolntltm The Wolfo County Teachers UMOCin Cmupion cnrrrnuy Mown lla nrKr Ou yesterday Sunday ttriii Hrenthitt tlmii all other imperii in the etnt thoscluxil houso In Campion Hy virtue of tnxes duo tho shorlllof Wolfo county Kentucky for tho yexrx l8f 00 91 Mrs C 0 ifitrtte ami merchant in Ml Mterlluu Win Hanks nlid her daughter September 17 1802 Tho prcidedcnt not andW I or one of my deputies will ou Mrs KellyWriter Uxlntfton lyMivillo nml Oiiuin- l through lulks drove out to lolin Tyler ill wiH fl1 il TIK 1lftT about U0nK Pfent tho first vieo predion t 3 Idnli to secure Mouutiiiii Trade a mile from town mid had only driven u r Clillilow culled tlio meeting to order ADVERTISING UATKH between the hours or 0 oclock a M and 3 ocIrtelrr7rbcIWfilfttynBbrlye few yards on their return homo TUANHIKNT when nm Rt4ltl M objects etc Tho follow pose to puhlio sale for cash lu hand the following resJ estate or w much thereof hi may he necemnry to satisfy the following tix and cost Uvwlt 1vertisciiieiitM inserted lor less tlmii 1 their hono beeamo frightened B prrnni vtw dfnpcncd with nt tho months will Im 7i cent an inili lor tin- llrst noise of the buggy running over n bridge Gramma it Insertion ami - eent an inch lor each sub- T 1Iurat 1mv Ut urtc and started to run when they attempted Insertion fiiiiiiit WVlt TUANHIKNT ADVKUTISINO MUST t rein him ngainst the fence Tho bug iNAMK Adjoins c i BKIAIU l s ADVANCK II N llorton tfV the fence and thicw Mr HTANHINU AHVrUTIHKMKVTH Kinds of Tcu IbmkslH N HortonZT 7 VI Hnnk nml 12 months 1 inch tho little bnbo of Mrs Fulks stamper Aberly Jacob 12 Ml MKI lirt d ITnlocated jj Inches 1892 Ufl8 The buggy tun over Mrs Hanks Recitation 15 00 out 140 MUs MhrrIo Shackelford Austin A J J II Amyx 1891 11 80 3 iache 73 W H CxHdill W7fi nnd bruised her up considerably bruls- t802 4 02 4 Inches The committee on constitution ami hy Caudlll Thompson Cope John Town lot Leo C tv J 14 70 5 laches ing her head and crushing her aide very UWR no tlbB reuly on motion of A F riiMinio a F I HI l 700 i i in f - uitiruI 1803 15 37 iA ri Inches were kIvoii until next meeting to re- - rrccimin nenrv 7 ITnlocated Liberal rates on lurirer advertisements badly possibly breaking ramo of 0r 1802 4 M Gcrnett Kd H OJjf lUnlocatod indication 1802 4 90 nirtile known Hlw Under the treatment of lra Stum ulU 200 7 foamier Dunn iifir j i Local not lees to he iutcrspcrKcd aiimiif 12 00 On motion of II N Morton tho president Hammel Michael per nuu l ultimo In getting along very 1000 7 Unloaded 1802 30 50 rtnlliK matter 10 cents h Hue with a ami Kccrctnry were mutlu memhers of the Johnson A F Admr I W Mapels heirs 130 3 Jonas Campbell H 1892 4 oa count of M per cent where they rim a month nicely and t h hoped that she will aoun Mp - u imn io wn un 11P 7KH Ji r ii 182 or more t lcolonlti recover The llltle babe escaped with pointed by Same 5tW4 4 Jesio Adams 1802 358 00 Obituaries tributes or icspeet ete lie n the prenlilcntas the other mem- - Keystone Investment Co 1000 i U n located i i 1802 21 03 iii ii iiuio flcrntcli on the Hide of the her of the committee line Count six words to the line ami send 130 4 Joseph Spencer We will write face Ill lip IV I4m 1892 4 08 t tnoner with the manuscript Mrs Fulksheldon to tho buggy to I On motion the iiHSociutlon adjourned 1892 4 40 AlMitMIMtltllllMMllMtll lJO 4 i u local eu uliitunrics and publish tit f centN a line I I lOOOl i tnocaieiii 1892 21 03 Marriage anil ileath notice not oxccfdiiiK until mo norse ran about tlfty yards after meet nt lliuel Urccit on Saturday October tOVl t I 74 6 LW II oo t 11 11 Mrs Hanks fell out when tho buggy If 1H92 ten lines solicited nml pnhliHheil KIKK III 7M 4 riclilen Hush Mtl 1802 23 05 fjrlUUA von ItKdtiAit Advkktisino ran tttttift n il Tho committee on program report tho over a slide and struck an applo tree 160 fli1 W Congleton niiii 1802 4 00 PiYAHIiKilAUTKItlY ON DKMAND I owell liliomas 200 4awreiico Ponder 1892 4 03 following SlKSCKR CUOItilt AihlrehH throwing her out and strange to say 150 7 Win Marion 18 89 Iliucl Green Ky W 11 Cord Qulsenherry Invocation unhurt Women should bo more careful F II heirs 1750 4 Newton Towiuend 1892 25 81 Mallle James Ross O II lteeitatioii 100 4 rnlncated 1892 0 80 when driving alone I 400 7 Uulocated W Taulhee S II Hurst and Houehy James 1802 Spelling 0 00 Day of llowen is taking in Jimmie S H Combs nnd M H Courtney took 50 1 II T Spencer 1892 3 54 Hruec Stamper spencer u IH I Shuinnker 00 7 Uulocated 1892 5 00 the fair and visiting his parents a pleasure trip out to the woods the other Heading Orahaiu Mrs Nmitiie Kl I III i 2000 7 Uulocated 1892 30 91 M Heynolds raoue Kimh and 40 3 Unlocnted 1802 3 07 Judge John 15 Cooper was one of tho day and after lwikingover some timber Maggie Shackelford 1801 P 1 1SMKDI distinguished visitors at our fair this land for two or three hours started for Select Heading t Total tax J K IhiMers II X Hurton Arithmetic home across tho mountain nnd when they 1892 C C HANKS S W C Sept week 1 Graham and reached the top thev concluded that thev W W Swnngo G I Stamper Grammar The fair this week presented Home of had missed their route and were com- Oration FLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY A F Hyrd the best racing that it has ever had on its pletely lost Mr Comb saying that they Fannys Maggie Smith Maggie Hyrd program were on Stillwater They at last went Pinciisstoii Allmntd that woman lutlnige Hon C W Hussell Republican can down to the county road about n mile should he Inhibited Affirmative J W Taulhee and for Congress attended our fair and a half from town and Mr Combs 0 Graham negative 1 didate K Ohilders nnd U H Stumper still did not know where ho was See this week Wholcwvlo and Ilotall Dealers in M V T Adnms Valedictory ing the house of Roliert Tyler a short 1 Charley Swnngo won a race Tuesday distance II Wiiiiamh Secretary away Mr Combs wtid to Mike Sleepy Jim n livery horse from with Hold on till I go down to this house Alexanders army knew no defeat Tho Frankfort I can find out whVrt we are and uoiou isame is true of Dr Fenuers Colden Re I Bf I ief II 8 warranted to reliovo tooth down to the house called Mr Tyler out Among the visitors from Powell counHAZEL OllEEN KY lnche hendache neuralgia or any other no mi t I iw iwl vi v noticed Jeorge Lisle sr and A Hi1 iiv pain in i to a minute- variiv ty was aiso onuses was and being ashamed he told him that wounds ieorge Lisle jr wire cuts swellings bites bums Largest Stock and Lowest Prices if any one camo along inquiring for him summer complaints colic also horses I H Tolkof Frankfort nee Miss to tell him that he would be riding Mrs along diarrlnea dysentery and flux If sat of any house in Eastern KoiV- faction not given money returned For is visiting friends here and toward town Sue Uodsey sale by Rose it Jones tucky Live Stock Saw Logs altendiiig the fair The reporter from this place being ab School Claims and Country Pro Â¬ TU Kvimi Mnrr Tlmii Ttint While there has been far too much sent and realizing the fact that some of newspaper must be The modern family duce taken in exchange for pistol pulling at the fair this week there your subscribers in the Southwest are more than a chronicler of passing events goods or on notes and accounts very anxious to hear what is going on at lias been no one hurt so far Beside full and detailed accounts of tho Campton the garden spot of earth yes Judge Holt Republican candidate for knowing that Dave scratches the sand worlds happenings its columns must be reelection to the Appellate bench was a out of his eyes once a week to seo how replete with articles of a miscellaneous of Interest and merit The visitor at our fair this week to read Tin- HkuaiI 1 thought I would character family newspaper of today to be a suc give you a few items Thos C Kasterling of Washington cess must produce a diversified class of Men are talking about who shall be tho next Presl THK TOPICS OF Till DAY W N Allen of the Center Lumber formerly of this ollice is the guest of matter that furnishes entertainment to fco but the ladles are lulklnjr of the Flue Furniture and how cheap Turill company has just returned from a trip all classes All these qualifications are idem can buy Reform the editor and his betier J this week they it from Mr Allen is a to Hreathitt county embodied in Pennsylvania Grit that The list of premiums awarded at our Democrat of the first water and is going peer of illustrated newspapers published fair this week will apjear in next issue all the way to Wisconsin his home to at Williamsport Pa and whoso true It was not furnished us for this issue I wish our country vote in November I have just added to my stock of General Merchandise tho largest and most merit lias won for it n place among tho men as Uncle Hilly complete line of Furniture ever brought to thin country and will make prices representing the was full of such leading journals of this country Agents Masoiiheiiner ax low us can be hud at Winchester or Lexinuton So come and see woods and S S Combs has been putting some and newsboys are wanted In every town blue Cirs Tobacco Co and R 11 llry get prices before buying elsewhere Truly yours GKO W HOHINSON to the hotel in onler to and village in the United States not al mi with Pearson it Clark Lexington at improvements make things more comfortable and pleas- ready supplied to sell Grit Good agents tended our fair ant Mr and Mrs Combs know bow and newsboys make from f cents to o Ionk at the date after your name on and take great pains to inako everybody every Saturday selling Grit For free the margin it thin paper and if you are comfortable and happy who come about ttomple copy and full particulars address The oldest and most reliable svstcui of Huslurss Col leges in the United States Only behind next week bring us the dollar them Grit Publishing Company WillianiHport experienced teachers employed Hook keepiug and Short hand specialties Terms low Honms on first Door For full information write to you owe us We need it The two story brick residence of Hon Pa Hoard of Trade ENOS SIKKCKK President LorlKVIMK KY Steam navigation was once looked up Main Street eor Third Hon M C Lisle Democratic candi Win L Hurst is Hearing completion and with when completed will be the finest resi on with doubt So was the power of Dr date for Congress honored our fair Fenneri Cough Honey to relieve any hi presence this week and seems san dence in Kastern Kentucky cough in one brur until thousands of M H Courtney of the Center Lumber trials demonstrated guine of success in bis race against Mr the fact Kquully has just returned trom Ciu good for horses Gives energy and KtlHHill OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1002 company Money refunded if satisfaction Twenty seven Professors and Instructors Klght Courses of Study as follows AgrN business strength einati where he had been on We find it impossible to give n list of For sale by Rose it Jones culture Scientific llioojlcnl Civil KiiKineerliiK Mechanical FiixincerlnK Veteri nary efficient not given Hon Jonas F Vansaut our Classical Normal School County nppoiutees received Iree of tuition Hoard ill dornil- the guests of the Day Hoiim this week m to flM tories fOO per week in jirivate ramllles Nllvf r Mining Not Driwl tor catalogues apply to Circuit Court Clerk has gone to Martins owing to limited space and for th Mime K PATTf RSON Ph D Lvxlngt Ky JAS Ky At Homk Woin Co and other points on business reason omit mention of very many promi burg September H 1892 Kverybody making preparations to go nent persons Mit SiKNCKit Cooitii Kudosed find to the fair One Dollar due you for Tin Iikaii Judge Kiiuieraud M M Redwine re i T Center returned from Clay City Hurrah for tbu Peoples party I have 116 W Third 113 CINCINNATI O tpective candidates for Circuit Judge and Saturday I can not always been a Republican Uiiunionwenlths Attorney were attend Dkputy RmmTKii Sept 2iS MANUFACTU11ER8 see any difference in the parties at presing our fair They belong in Judge leading ones The Torrrnl TlnklliiK ent especially the Coopers old district by M F BRINKLEV W A Hyrd left for Louixvillo Mon Peoples party must como to tho front In Dr day Why isnt this a good thing the near future Plio silver milling bus Â¬ Kentucky Training Schoil rVuners Kidney and Uackache Cure is W Rice visited friend at Cat iness is not dead Trusting all goes well Do Business With a Horns Institution Ceo Mt Itsrllng Ky warranted to give satisfaction in every Creek Sunday with you I am your with respect THK CLAY CITY II P TlMMlNH Me or money returned Such a propo Miss Kllu Mack is visiting friends in rtion couldnt be thought of if the med Campton this week For headaches biliousness constipa Â¬ icine wasnt superior to all others For Farmers are busy cutting corn and we tion dizziness sleeplessness the blues CLAY CITY KY Mluhy Rie it Jones A hesieWit MlrHcrjihJwH4t mHh do not see mi many lies and staves coin scrofula the IiIimkI and all skin eruptions UtH lat ywr 00000 1st practical Nwrnbtr HmHl t rMsgystf lattaitwU ctirts Remedy Capital Dr Fenuers Blood and Liver Hon D B Redwine Democratic can ing to town Alfcsrlf Mlw C W EOWLEie FRANK H niSSKM Waranted FLOYD DAY iHtlnte forjudge in this Judicial district Wo are sorry to learn one of our best and Nerve Tonic never falls Cashier Irrslduiit HOUBE Could a prominent H tire among the dlstin citizens W A Hyrd moved to Cuiup to satisfy or money refunded UAXEh Okkkk Ky No Hank In Kastern Kentucky has better Mkh LOU DAY 1roprletreM this bo afforded if the Remedy wasnt vaults nor better facilities for keeping your enbhed visitors at our fair this week tm lust week This linusii has been recently refitted nnd Miniuged entirely by home peopln account it Jones d politieans of both parties think he WmHoydof Berry - visiting his certain For sale by Roo who know you and who are always rendy to rclurtilihedaiid the tabl isatall limes supÂ¬ will win the race against Judge Lilly plied with tho best hi the market Hate ii ceo m i nod ate you brother Andy our accommodating rail Â¬ p CMouey to loan nu reasonable rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe- Â¬ amis down as race horse men say cial rate to eommerciul men road agent this week Patronage la Call on us respectfully solicited a01y Kd Saulesberryof this place left Sat Tho Hnrd tireen fairopenid TueMlay Morehead in a blaze MAUP1N of glory with the celebrated urday to visit his parents at PIILL ITJE minted brass baud of Uemgetown in the and will return by way of Iouisville WITH Is riuinlntr eoiistantly and dolnjr the best ot Kush formerly PfTCTTTT1 T XI nliie stand and a fair crowd in the am Floyd Day and Frank work at the lowest prices AXiJTXJ Iliitheatcr The first day wn- - devoted of Hazel linen bill now of Clay City WHOLhSALh Dill flOODB Siieelal Heeoinmodatloiia for customer t NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac from a distance cattle hogs sheep Ac with a trotting pned through Monday on their way to Without detriment to our home trade CATLKTWDUlia KV- rVi a iculo race and a pmiy ra e for the Hazel lireeii fair svB1 AIIIBBBKir VI B O tiMiiMin entertainment Thelloral hall r K j- Ho Bids Offered for Bad Rolls I J II Stamper jr of Campton was in mcouirk hl lilMv real o oke l after and award to t wVBflMblsV tgwn ihu iirntof the week looking alter and have no demand We do not make them f Ircmiuuis on the first day The sec cattio ne im u ill in III I Itll ii II KY CAMrrON i for them In our trade e mvmnn mmTwiiir t ond day was devoted Will practice In the eoart f a h MTANrKR to boie and jack saw mills near Campton shortly of Wollcnnd the adJniulKKl W W MtlVIKK THE MAYTOWH MILL CO ck in i frioon and scleral gin id Frank KasK of UliiyCUy U attending eouuties All busiueMieHtrHsted tttourMir s in the afternoon The premiums will receive prompt nttrHleH A If IS W W MANKKHMaimKcr Ills folks Jel7tf X7 and isitiug Warded will eppear in the next inue the fair this week - Geeen Hazel olriMilntlmi In Herald Wolff HiAi Yvuit fc OQUINTY WoUn Comity Teachers SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXElf MONDAY OCTOBER 1882 uxm - I -- utrl ll7 1 p5 T K i l- I Hl i I I a 4 tttti I 1 rl 1 Â¬ Â¬ J T DAI CO Â¬ General -- MM aiise Â¬ -- - 1 -- Â¬ - Â¬ teatto tepts mi fagal 1 Â¬ Â¬ feaswiiB ira3 1 Mkm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tu itU s f 3lttwft3i Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG Iteprescnted CO Â¬ Â¬ 0MaWBWOXi Strat Â¬ Â¬ National banK Â¬ DAY Â¬ J PYTOWK C0J17 V fAP rf -- - Â¬ I 111 1 1 mBrjr stamper m s t s 25 Tt 7 yyyyy mtiv I my WV i iDulnpiwiFwfs55P Hazel Green Herald SPJENCKIt COOPER PublUaer KY HAZEL GREEN Mr Wimple packed a Tory small hand- Â¬ bag nnd armed with many Instruc- Â¬ tions as to the finding of his way from THE HAPPIEST TIME Mr und Mrs Hanks set forth to the residence of thu widow Peeler which Wacnovr lifes sons I out of rhymo residence was said to bo on a cross road And fto nntl my plans wont thrive Tfcen I turn to muse on that lorlou time half a mile from every possible point Tho tlmo when I wasnt alhe of the compass It rained a little and the soft wreaths of fragrant mist were Those tlcnr old ilaysl How they haunt me jnt rising off the mountain side but Mr With dreams o content and Miss Whim thero wannt n hurt I could possibly got Wimple being in one of his poetic Nor r yyj 1 could Imu or mlm moods heeded not these insignificant drawbacks and plodded bravely on When I let the years and the uses Ho In the most uncounted way The three Misses Merlvnlo arrived And never looked In tho kIm to aeo as they had given notice by tho even- Â¬ 1 my hnlr wero growing Kruy ing stage and thoy were sorely disapThey mny prato of the wondrous things that pointed when tlioy learned that the re boarder had taken wings for in truth Widen existence alone can jive and in fact one reason of the Misses Jlul I ltnow that my happiest days by far Merlvalos desire to visit tholr dear Wero tho days when I didnt live friend and schoolmate Aramlnta TJor would 1 cotnparo the pleasures shown Hanks was thnt they had lioaru that a Ju tho presents frivolous scono With the endless raptures that wero not city young gentleman was domiciled known there for the season Tho bllns thnt has never been Dear mo said Maud Merivale What a pity to disturb your boarder What wonder that still I love to speak Of this kingdom Krand and free I declare1 simpered Knnongarde That Tanlshed awuy at the tlrst wild shriek I the second slstor feel quite consciOf the Infant known as mo Â¬ I dont care a Jot how fortuno To thr men on each side of me For the fellows I mvy the most aro those Who have not beiun to be Madellno S Iridic In Judge flows AN INNOCENT PKISONER Eow tho Widow Pooler Lodged tho Banks Bonrdor tf0frr3 1IKEB yonnf hid Jo s a x claimed Wimple M r drop- - ping his book of fishing flics in I i s in a y And all com- Â¬ ing here1 Dear me what lire you going to do with themV That- just eons I during what We wore most hasliiul young maiist bpruoe mountain liewas just nineteen with a pasty complexion very light blue eyes and a scanty growth of lemon colored down beginning to ornament his ehln and upper lip He liked seolu hiou and courted tho solitude of wood and glen believing himself to bo a poot nlthouglluj never yet had boon able to string two consecutive rhymes together and he had come to board at Mr Hanks farmhouse on Spruce mountain because there was no one lso there nqd no possibility of anyone olsJiehuf admlttod as he himself ac Â¬ cepted the only spare chamboi under tho oaves of tho roof whose windows lookodout on tho balsamic growth of thcMiuTuntuln side and beneath which a lit tjp river roared ami gurgled and layit Itself into a spray of white foam said Miss Ara mintn Hanks If you vrlth engaging sweetness wouldnt mind going down to tho wid Â¬ ow Poolers just for a night or two Mr Wlmplo and lot tho young ladies have your roomonly as a tumporary mat- Â¬ ter of course it would beeur an accommodation Sir Orlgen Wimple- was probably the - J against tho edges of tins rooks So that toward tho mid prime of tho golden July when throe of Miss Am ifflHtiTft mdmoWrttes wPttto her TrihtKU oontod piilk note that they would ar rive byjinountain stage that very even ing to spend a week there was a Â¬ Â¬ For the Hanks family be it remoin Immiy did not live on a city avenue where oiie can semi out and buy u fold-y-HilHt- natural commotion at tho- formlTouse inomTittsnotlec What - shall- - we do or a oonyoniontcot at a J snld Mrs they have let tlmof Ro IhiU WO oouid have iisduow asked them to postpone tholr visit a A few weeks Ma that would bo very Inhos- Â¬ pitable said Miss ArnijsTlnth with the air of superiority natural to one who lias boon educated in boarding school TinVl yTffilvlmt well do Woll ask MrVlniplu to sloop u foWnlghts down at the widow Peelers Shohus got a spare Ixjdroom and Im sure hell make no objection Hes good naturcdl tltttomis Jlko an imposltlonv nald SIrsr Hanks OhAi wont mind said Aramlnta Tho yquug lady was right Mr Wimple was only too glad to escape at all and hoy Inwards from tho awful invasion of three girls from tho city Ho didtiot mind Miss Aramlnta for W was used tq Jior ways ami know that ho was aufely engaged to tho young man who kopt tho onernl store at Bprueo Mountain Corners five miles below And Mrs Hanks was a fat snoUietly woman wlo made cutulp tea ior his colds and got up special llttlo dishes for his delectation whenever ho showed any signs of a falling appetite Hut three young women from tho outer world throe young women who would perhaps make eyes at hltu ask him gushing questions quoto poetry and demand his opinion concerning Ken lugton stitch and art noodle work this vague possibility made Mr Orlgen Wimples blood ruu coltl la tho widow Peolor a young wom- Â¬ an Mr Wimple faltorlngly askod Oh bless your heart nol said Mis Aramlnta fathom In jf his motives llanlfHVhy wouldnt I Hut Mr Jonulngs was In bod with rheumatism and Sarah easily per Â¬ suaded the widow that her captive would be safo enough all night In the little corn room And to morrer said she well send over to Milo Hccrs und hell get the constables This was the condition of things when tho three Misses Mori vale aud Aramlnta Hanks came ovr thu next morning on pretense of bringing some black currant jelly for Mrs Heelers cold und gathering wild grapes in tho woods The widow being chronically deaf paid no attont ion to the greeting and Introductions of Armainita but waved her bonnet in the air crying out breathlessly Gals Ive got him Got whom cried Aramlnta and tho three Misses Merlvalo in chorus The bank burglar Shut up In the llttlo corn room screamed Mrs Heel- Â¬ er And Mllo Heers has gone for tho constables and there Is u reward of five hundred dollars offered and If youll be very careful you can just ence-stricken climb on tho wood pile and peep Couldnt you have put us In any cor- through the outside slats of the wlu ner so as not to turn him out plead dow to see him Cautiously aud with many little ed Daisy the youngest a dimpled hoy Â¬ shrieks of apprehension Miss Daisy den of twenty odd summers At all events proposed Maud we Merivale aud Aramlnta Hanks ascended certainly ought to go down rvi mnme and apologize to him What do you say girls Oh I donTt tfilnVhuM like It1 said Miss Aramlnta Hes so dreadfully bashful Nonsense gayly cried Krinon Ho wont mind m v garde I dote Do lets go urged Daisyon mountain strolls Anil its such a lovely morningl 4 And Arnmlnta Hanks finding herself in a decided minority had nothing for It but to obey tho voice of popular fe male opinion I hope holl go out fishing she said to herself with some natural vindietive ness Its thu boldest piece of hus band hunting Lover saw Those Mori V VIPsskJ1 vale girls really do show their cards a little too plainly M5SSi MiHil And what all this time had been the Hfl adventures of Mr Orlgen Wimple oais ivi Gor him lie had succeeded at last in finding tho packed roof farmhouse ut which height of the well stocked alone and wlthoutou any other com the wood pile and pooped through the mur Â¬ panie as old Chaucer sings the widow ky panes of the little window Pooler dwelt Goodness gracious mo cried Ara Mrs Heeler was sittiug by the HghJmlnta ncnrly falling backward into of one solitary caudle with he calf skin booted foot carefully balanced on tho kindling wood with the sudden Its Mr Wimple Sitthe stove hearth reading tho horrible start she gave ting in a corner with his hands clasped Â¬ uecldents and remarkable occur rences In the weekly paper and was over his head exactly like the Prisoner deeply interested just w hen Mr Wim of Chillon Mr Wimple screeched Miss Meri ples knock sounded in an account of a vale Open the door somebody aud bold nnd daring bank burglary which had been recently perpetrated in the let him out And after a certain amount of nearest city screuming into Mrs Poolers oar The villain who committed this dia- Â¬ bolical crime is supposed to be in hid- trumpet and a series of elaborate exing in or near Spruce mountain she planations Mr Origon Wimple was sot read to herseff with inllnlto rellshTand free Milo Heers aud the constables and the widow an occasional mis pronunciation of tho wore disappointed never got tho reward big words but will soon bo swooped I have been treated atrociously dmvn upon by the majesty of an of said tho boarder shall never for Â¬ feruled law give those rustic savages Its outra Â¬ Mihl What Didnt I hear some one geous Its perfectly brutal a lcuockln at the door Glad you feel mi kindly about it And provldinghorsolf with a poker she ventured to unbolt the door with said the widow who did not hoar a Tor how in all cre some caution There stood a pale young word he said man with a satchel A most unexpected ation when you said yon was a bank vision for the traveling peddler who burglar was I to know that you meant Kolks ought to lrnl boon intrusted with a note to her the Hanks boarder speak more distmotlv Hut Mr Orlgen Wimple instead of returning to the Hank farmhouse as thu three Misses Merivale had fondly expected packed up his things and wont directly back to the city 1 cannot iitlord to expose myself to insults lilce this he said with dignity And to say the truth things had happened rather unfortunately Ann Randolph In N Y Lodger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 and a little hard Shes Tho window h nailed up said Mrs of hearing into the bargain Hut Im Peeler piling all tho heavy furniture sure shell make you very comfortable against tho door and Ill go to Sarah and It will be uch a favor to us Jennings and send her husband off for And so with the fall of dewy eve tho constables at once flve-and-stx- ty AGRICULTURAL HINTS FOR SWEET POTATOES A Htorchnuso Tlut Will Pnjr Tor Itsotr In SIiikIo Srimon yuisscw diy Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ J PROTECTING MONEY Some of the SutVgimrds la London AguliiHt Hunk UolibcrliM IIK HK17KD Hilt 1IY THK COIIAU Hanks had forgotten all about it and gone placidly by with the haltishcot of paper at the bottom of his pockets Tho widow loejer grew pale remem bering tho sanguineous paragraphs she had so lately boon perusing Tho bag was small but there was nothing to hinder Its containing dynamite the gun case and fishing pules for all she knew might be deadly Instruments of destruction Who bo you demanded the widow I am tho Hanks boarder explained Mr Wimple In as Insinuating a man ner as possible Will you kindly give Â¬ Â¬ from Mrs the jwldow The bank burglarl Well If ever I see such hardened Impudence In till my me refugts for Uefugel bcrontubil llfol And with an energy and strength which uftorward sooniod as she told Mrs Deacon Olassoy positively super-Â¬ human she seized him by the collnr dragged him Into the little back room up and succeeded In locking aud bolt Â¬ ing tho door upon him before ho had gathered presence of mlud onough where tho seed corn was being piled to remoustrate or resist Thero Is no absolute sufetj for life or property in this world but as hum in in genuity increases it certainly looks as If bank robbers robbers from without at any rate wero tlillng tholr knavish buslues mow and more nearly an impossible oVti Of tho safeguards of the Hank of mgland tho Manchester Guardian says Us outer doors are now so finely bal- Â¬ anced that a clerk by pressing a knob under his desk can close them Instantly anil thoy cannot bo opened again except by special process This is done to prevent tho daring aud ingenious unemployed of tho great metropolis from robbing tho famous Institution The bullion department of this grent Hngllsh banking establishment Is night ly submerged in several foot of water by the action of maohinory In some of the London banks tho bullion de Â¬ partments are connected with tho nian tigers sleeping rooms aud an entrance cannot be effected without hotting off an alarm near this persons head If a dishonest official during day or night should take even one from a pile of a thousand sovereigns tho whole pile would Instantly sink and a pool of water take its place besides letting every person in tho establishment know of tho theft t I havent seen a bolo go out of mi door to day remarked tho complain ing shoemaker who didnt believe in advertising Yonkors Statosmau Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ emulsion thus bringing the proportion oi Kerosene uown to five per cent Kvon this is tenacious and stringy when qultu cohl and must be used a little warm Apply by moans of a sponge It Is Instant death to the lice and doos not Injure the hair at all A quart la more than sutlicient to treat a horse 03 it penetrates to the skin very rapidly Thus thu cost of material sinks about out of sight being nearly s of a cent for a horse and prob ably not over one sixteenth of a cent for a ealf Almost any spraying pump will make tho emulsion In this connection it is worth whilw to urge the use of ker osene emulsion for other insects No more ee inomieal or effective way can bo derised to renovate an old hou house than to spray the whole inside thor SWKKT POTATO STOIiKUOtST oughly v it li one part of emulsion to with sliding sash Also a vent hol up twenty of water Tho machine will through tho roof with a slide at tho dash it into all the cracks Orange bottom to regulate the draft This was ludd Fanner a box tube inches quare with a cap AMONG THE POULTRY on tho top to hoop out tho rain The door was made the same as the sides Pikx rv of dust is a gooil iuscctichkt and fitted tight for hens Inside of this house I built a bin Ut Givk tho boys and girls a chance to feet from the floor and the size of the inside lacking J foot space around raise chickens Who knows the value of a hen as an three sides and foot space along the insect destroyer front of the door This gives room to TiinuYS are tender until the fcatli get around the bin Tho sides of the ers aro well started bin are movable to accommodate the depth to the amount of potatoes to be Winn fowls always have a lively look in the poultry yard pu in After tho potatoes are all in tho bin Tiui is no better absorbent for the I lot them sweat awhile and to help poultry house t li it it plaster dry thMii out I put two lighted lamps Wiikn there are no bugs and insects bracket lamps such as they use in for fowls food a little moat stores for coal oil These 1 put under Ci vmu of the guineas away the bin and let them stay eight or hawks ami saves the chicksscares ten days shifting their position every A11 mud and no dust or gravel makes day then I take them from under tho lousy and unhealthy chickens bin and put them in tho corner of the Fkkii the chickens early It is tho two foot space one in each opposite so as to equalize tin1 heat birds nature to rise and eat early corner Dont overtax tho hen by making her through tho room changing the lamps to the other corners every day When hatch two clutches In succession Ciioiimmi elovor in bags is one of the the potatoes aro done sweating I cover them over with mosquito netting now foods in market for poultry upon this I put three inches of sawdust Kkhoskm oil rightly applied to tlio or cut straw This is left on until the hennery will send tho mites to their long potatoes arc taken out in the spring home hang a thermometer inside on a A iuit wholly of fat producing foods level with the top of the bin changing is the worst a growing bird or animal its position to watch the temperature can have aud keep it oven Thu temperature Ovkis rvrVKss Is one of the reasons must be kept at 4 degrees as near as that are given for hens laying soft possible it mutt not range below 40 shelled eggs degree i nor above 10 degrees If the lr size and hardiness is desired in tho room gets too warm put out a lamp Hock breed from only the best anil if too cold add another lamp It is most thrifty very easy to regulate the temperature A layer and breeder may ho with lamps I set the lamps in crocks kept noon profit for four years but tho with so us to be safe in ease of accident ordinary arc best sold early Amer- Â¬ 1 The lamps trim aud till night aud morning There is no sitting up nights ican Fanner to lire up the large sized lamps will BLUE GRASS SEED burn all night Since I adopted this plan I haVo lost DcMPrlntlnn of a Tool Dislniil for Hthrr utr tin- - Crop only about per cent in ot and I tried The hand tool shown in the illustrashrinkage mostly shrinkage is used largely in Kentucky many ways before hit upon this plan tion Fig The main thing Is to have a dry room for gathering blue grass seed The luv and oven temperature When It is very cold outside shut the room up tight A bin lu a room this size will hold from lM to J00 bushels I save the modium sied potatoes for seed MM and sell the largest Farm and FireI three-six-tcenth- commenced to grow sweet potato plants and jiotntooH I had to send to Cincinnati for seed As seed in thu spring was always dear I tried to save my own seed I tried In various ways packing them In boxes and barrels some in sand some in snwdust and slmvlngs but had no success Some would heat and some would chill 1 could not hit upon the right temperature so 1 concluded to build a potuto house for kcoplngswoot potatoes for seed I built a house lJxhl foot sotting it up off the ground tho same as a corn crib to keep the rats and mice out nnd to havo a circulation of air under It 1 built It double I used Jx4 studding for the sides using matched flooring for the first siding After tho tlrst siding was put on I nailed on some more Ux4 studding on this aiding leaving 4 inches space this I tilled with saw dust and an the Inside studding I lathed aud plastered this loft me 4 inches of space behind the plaster making the sides about 10 Inches thick 1 also made a double floor floored both sides of tho joists and tilled in between with sawdust using joists 2xS inches I Overhead sealed with matched ItoanN over this 1 laid sawdust rt inches thick before the roof was put on When done 1 had a house thnt was rat mouse aud air tight I put a window at each end near the coiling 1SD0 I In STOCK LICE REMEDY Iroparnllon nnd AppllrHtlnn or an p Irnt MUturr Here is a remedy likely to bo orally adopted as soon as Its morlU Rnd the best methods if preparation tuul application are known It may bo prepared according to tho following form ula In two quarts of boiling dissolve one fourth pound of goodwater hard soap remove from the tire Immediately add one pint of kerosene and aglute tho mixture violently by running it through a spraying pump with n sinU nozlo baelt into the original vossul In three to five minutes the liquid become creamy and if perfectly made no fre0 kerosene will rise to tho surface wliea it is allowed to stand a few minutes This free kerosene If present Uadlv adviintngf as when applied to slock it removes the hair and when applied to plants it kills the folloge Of course the quantity of the respect Ivo Ingredients mentioned in tho formula may be multiplied by any number to mako enough emulsion for the work proposed or to have a supply left on hand for future use Tho proportions given are such that ono flfth or twenty per cent of the mixture by volume Is kerosene disregarding the soap which adds very little to the volume Ho fore uslni this must bu greatly diluted -Â¬ Add throw parts of water to one of Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ side A plenient held In one hand and swung so the tooth forming the bottom will catch tho heads of grass Hy this iiieuns the seed Is stripped off and remains In the box aud when full It Is emptied and the operation repeated Fig J shows the bottom on a larger softie The teeth should bo of steel and fn W oned with screws After the seed gathered It Is placed lu a shed to tho1 Â¬ oughly dry after which the ohaff is removed with a Hail tramping or son such method Or tho seed mny W placed on a scaffold exposed to sua and rain which will cause the oh J Where 01 V bo more easily separated wunted tw Thk number that can fatten Rhcep a small quantity of seed Is well Is less than those that care for blue grass may lie mowed with a 8CJr them lu general Good feeders con Â¬ or mowing machine and given the sider that it requires more skill to fat Â¬ treatment as noted above OroBf ten sheep thuu hogs Judd Farmer Is Â¬ 1 The eats go in and out of my corn house regularly but rats cannot This house was built in thu ordinary way except pieces of plank wore nailed on tho Inner side of the sills between tho sleepers on the sides and the ohtor sleepers laid to touch the end sills The spaces thus made wore tilled oven full with mortar mixed with brickbats billets of wood and oyster shells Tho floor was then laid to extend out oven with the weather boarding The house was left open under tho eaves for venI soon found that the tilation rats climbed up on the sides of the house and went in under the eaves To rem- Â¬ edy this I nailed a strip of zinc eight inches wide all around thu house over the door and about a foot lower than the opening under the oaves This H Don Â¬ stopped the rats effectually ovan in N K Homestead ltnt 1roof 4iru Mount rg llltK rg OllABS OATllKllKJl 1 8 r k HOME -- polled HINTS AND - HELPS ItceU Cutoff leave a vnh loU until tender about two veil In then drop in a koura for younjr bee of cold w ter nnd Up off the Mtltt fn IuimK Do not allow them to be 1 with slice and cut In Uttio come cold Reason with wilt pepper laitnre cltcd butter and a little vim gar if Housekeeper one prefers French Salad Dre wWijj Tahe one tcaeupf1 of vinegar one teaspoonful 0f salad oil or thu same qmintlty of fresh butter a pinch of mustard one of Kilt and a tablespoonful of sugar Iet tbc5e simmer over the tiro while you thoroughly Then stir tat two eggs the other Ingredients the cfp Into taking care that they do not boll It fhonld present a smooth velvety apÂ¬ pearanceChristian Inquirer Hop Yeast To one quart of water Put take a small handful of hops them in a kettle and let them boil fif- Â¬ teen minutes then strain the water while boiling Into a vessel very grad ually over a pint of Hour o that there Stir it until it becomes a be no lumps smooth paste then add cold water in small quantities at a time until it is as warm as fiesh milk lut in them a teacupful of good yeast and set it away until It rises After It rises well it wiil settle down then it is tit for use- - Har-Â¬ pers llaznr Ilice and Apple Souffle Hull two tablespoonfuls of rice in a half pint of milk when soft add the yolks of two rpgs and sugar to sweeten make a wall with it around the sides of the dish Stew some pared and cored ap ples until soft till up the apertures in the apples with red eui rent jellj pile them in the center of the dish and cover the whole with the whites of two cpgs beaten to a stiff froth and made very sweet with white sugar Hrowu Ja the oven and serve with cream Good Housekeeping Pineapple lee Select two ripe pine apples and to them allow a quart of clarified sugar and a lemon Pare and grate the pineapples nnl press the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The September WHt Awake U a bright descriptive and Rtory tiling number full of strength and ex- Â¬ cellence A charming description by nf A Humphrey of Old Plymouth nnd Plymouth Rock na they look to young tourists under tho title of A Red A paper by S U W Hen potter Day Jamln on Our Lighthouses nnd Light ships is full of new and Interesting material Sophie Swett has a capital boys story of tchool and cricket Taf ferton of New- - York Chrlstynnns Ieavoy Picnic Is by Mary Hartwcll Catherwood und Is as bright and home ly M tiro till her character stories Sophie Mny dear to all girl readers has a real girl story Patient Kysle nnd Theron llrown commemorates this bi- Â¬ centennial yenr of the Salem Witch- Â¬ craft by a strong and stirring story of Ufo at that troublous time John Aldcns Peril Alice Williams Broth crton contributes a poem My Prin- Â¬ cess that will be liked by those en- Â¬ rolled In the ranks of the Kings Daughters Price 0 cents a Number fcJ40 a year Oh sale at news stands or 6cnt postpaid on receipt of price bv D Lotiiuop Coui anv 1uullfthersfooston The recent ccpslxtng of a vessel tied up to a pier In Urooklyn Is sulllecntly unusual In this port to exclto Comment but it Is common enough at ports along the Hay of INtndy and Its tributary streams Tho usual rise and foil of the tide along tho bay Is from forty to fifty feetnnd high tide sometimes exceed six- Â¬ ty feet With the fall of the tide nUcrnf t arc left high but by no mehnsdry with an a run of Jioeoln to colored mud nil about them 1hls mud Is too shift- Â¬ ing to hold a vessel In safety so each pier Is provided with one or more strong wood frames called shoes llxed at tho bottom of the stream or bay Upon these shoes all vessels rest at low tlilo It frequently happens however that a vessel does not get her shoe snugly on so to speak and If a strong wind comes when she Is thus 111 balanced over she goes into the mud to be buried forty fcet under thu next rising tide N YStn So you enjoyed your visit to the zoological gardens did you Inquired a young man of his adored ones little Oh yes And do you know sister we saw a camel there that screwed Its mouth nnd eyes around awfully and sister said It looked exactly like you Dr Darcste has demonstrated thnt when you are reciting poetry at evening monsters rind monstrosities during parties Tld Hlus nnimul development aro not the result Why are all these tine residences of pathological chnnges in the embryo inquired as hitherto supposed but modifications closed up and unoccupied A lady who the visitor to the city of the process of organic evolution such as bring about the differences between has just begun to cultivate her voice Individuals and races in mankind N has moved into this block said his friend Hoston Post Y Cnpltac nttrtn thCflt MI Mntm a i M jw e ha achieved a great trl ntnjdi tit the product on er Rcvehuiuii Pills which ul i centu ti box replace a meaiolae i i - said tho bulloonUt as he Glooii am gettlnc tlilnpi down to a fine pnla V 111 a i iti r A on u ttUcplo Krnr tho pores open h Is essentird to health Sulphur Sotin does this lUlt0 Hair und Whlsucr Dye CO cents That dar Is a failure in which you do not try toinnko somebody happy Rams Horn m taken Internally IIaus Catahuh Ct nn Is n liquid nnd Sod by DruygUta TSe Hi mi im f m te HJVJUB r J T U ftniikinwriiiiaiiMsnnDiHaa -- MM I Or flMI MDurbUallM eomuwKmw CkC tHia ttttf MHCtM4 TTU HMltt IHiB He a La ttciis mnv be jvoeis tfaoy write lota of Texan S llliiys vcrstin If youre a utlTVrinif woiann The chronic weaknesM jvilnf ul diiorilen- and delicate derntiRo ments that como to woman only have a positive remedy In Dr Pierett Vavorite Prescrip-Â¬ tion If youll faithfully uw ft - VoungWives Who aro for th first tlm to vsrsst trial undergo womans yo offer TAKE11EAHT r i j Mothers Friend ul A remedy which If used as directed a fet weeks before confinement lob k f Ita PAIN HORROR AND RISK TO LIFB of both mother and child as thousands sh builds up nnd invigorates tho t have used it testify entire systtni regulates nnd I two bottks of Mothrss PstKNn wlta promote all tho projHT funcÂ¬ endTrlih cwy womaN tions and restores health and mnrvolouw roaultp tho onk al of Clilldblrth to who lm t o lutts thtotich strength know II they will um Motium l RiKNofornfew Favorite- Prescription U wtrVlt will robcontincment of ai indtitfrrint tAiW Uo only remedy for womans andiwjwro jtftt e Itf cf If it ills thats piinninfrfrf MhsSam HAMlLioNMontgomenrCUyMo fails to benefit or euro yen Bfnt br cxprrss charfftt pre -- aid en Tmlpt of nao your money wick Uoolc iMicrJlATpcrliottlf SoldbyalldrugRhl every dlturlinco and irrrgu larlty enn l wniianBiiUycurcd lts n legiumate metllclne or woman carefully sdnnteil to her dolicnto orgnnitation It I I I f ttftraa Co I Times r PJmling It is said that kangaroos A correspondent of the Lancet cites can develop more anger than any other a number of Instances In which the np peuranee of influenza immediately fol Â¬ animal Mrs Dimllng You dont sayl lowed the receipt of a letter from an in Â¬ Dimllng Yes they get hopping mad fected plae He thinks the source of the Infection was the saliva used to moisten the postage stamp Low Ittito Harvest Excursion Tho announcement that the North Western Line comprising over smM miles of tlior oiiplili equipped rnlhviivh arranged tontu two low rate HnrviM lv carrion a durimrtlie months of AutustnmU5eittuiber will bo gladly received by tHiso w ho are Interested in thedevt loptm at of the ureal West nad Northwest as wi U an b those who doMro to vinlt this woiiticifuMy roduclin teuton at a season of ttioyetr wiiea cv el demon Â¬ stration can be made of tho motlta and ml vatittipslt filers tohoino seeleisai d ilomo Which U tho lcst to try if you have Cn tarrh a tnediehin that claims to have cured othtrs or a medicino that is backed by money to euro yott I Tho proprietors of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy aureo to euro your rimnciiriy or Catarrh ptrftctlfi nnd theyll pay you f Vty in auh 1 e Mothers mailed fire UKAuriCLU Kecuiator Atuata Ga 00s - Harvest Excursions August 30th and Sipt sippHiSs JV- - o o o o o c lV Girls Who Have Push Our 38 pnno handsome illUEtrctcd booklet 27th moat Chicago Peoria and St Louis i- - -i--- to th9 Cttlna nnd Farm Districts throuRhout tb6 palp of which thVtv should be not less than a quart through a sieve A small quantity of the pineapple shouhl be reserved to bo tinely slice I and tiddud Stir the to the ice when half froen pineapple pulp into the elaritied sugar iiisein hot safoatd jirollT lileliiventtiietiii on Thee cxeurst iiH and lemon juice and freeze When August Jfcuii and Septwill leave Chlcauo can Vtli and tukes frozen add the whites of two eggs he pat chased at tint verv low late of ouo which have been previously beaten to a fare fir the round trip to points In Jowa MtunusoU Noith ntal South Dakota No firm snow and mixed with four table braska Wyoming Oloitnio Utah Jditln spoonfuls of powdered sugar mix them and Monaaiu Tieywll be Miictly Jlrnt thoroughly into the lee with a spatula clasH in every in tutiliir and win he uood twen and sot it away to harden iood for remrjfjjHHiiue at any time wthin in for tv dav fiom ditto of puroliaetv Pid Housekeeping ination eoncornlni rate- and urratiuenieiita for these excursions can lie ohtalaed upon COMBINATION COSTUMES application toanv coiiikhi tiokotauentor to -- sent free on receipt of address Hound ttlp tickets will bo old by your local tlckni nftoiil on tlicfo dates at -- Southwest Bco and Northwest i U HALF RATES that they rend over Ilia Burlington Routs ttitt from OiIcuko 1corlti or Ht Lou it It dtrcut lino to tlio territory In question Bend forpnmpldet with mnnnndoonpletolnforoiM tiou to P 8 EUSTI8 Q P A I i 1 r V5 vfiS o s Girls who Love MUSIC and ART nnd would like to know how to secure complete educations a iui iau rArtki j tiwii omcAao Ixju i Both tho method nnd results when Syrup of Figs is tnken it is plcnsnut and refreshing to tho tnste nnd acta gently yet promptly on tho Kiduoys Liver nml Jiowel3 cleanses tho sys tsm cflectually dispels colds headaches nnd fevers nnd cures hnhitunl constipntion Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tnsto nnd nc ceptnhlo to tho stomach prompt in its nction and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho nnwt healthy nnd ngrceablo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil nnd have mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs 13 for snlo in 50c nnd SI bottles by all lending drug-Â¬ gists Any reliablo druggist vrho may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept shy cubstitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ under the best masters GUITARS MANDOLINS ttlrwromitmrtiuitMHluiiladvl GulUtt rem f Mtilllntrt4 f ltMvpttaFtti THC MAPtQUtTTC Tnc Anion wfj jlkWitaf In Inltk VutMfi THC CnNnrnUATnav THC LAKCilOT i T frfc jin i -i inn ur4f iut nniuk All th Jj utilt wur luMktitr lOOOUO of Initiumiilt In ui Wui Kfl will lOf fif jm 1rrttjr Tlitni- - Mnui lj of 1lalii anil striped Mutcriiil Western Railway Chicago that his heat iiuiHressOK may be tidily des Â¬ riilladelphlu ert hed ad spimg poems Uecord Il A W A ThraHtJ P T A Chicago oi North FREE OF COST cbould send for it THE tADlES I t3ul4 tkir iii nifc Among the latest revived ideas is a combination costume made of plain and striped material either all silk or wool or made up together An example of this idea is shown in a reception dns of satin striped moire and plain satin The moire is made in a bell skirt with a train and a very olostdy littcd waist a long outside garment a compromise between a basque and a redlngotc and has plain square fronts winch extend two thirds of the distance from waistline to hem The backs are shorter covering only about one half of the length of the skirt A fitted bodice of the satin is laced in front from waist line to a point about midway of the bust From here sections of the material in rever fashion fall over the shoulders turning back from a point midway between the sleeves and the collar the sleeves are very full from shoulders to elbows below this fitting the arm closely This redingote bodico has the edges trimmed with a very fluffy trimming made of loops of silk somewhat after the fashion of the old Â¬ -- Sncoxn street upholsterer advertises o HOKE JOURNAL dlr on iirr or ln CHICAGO O rnAj tpbhi I LYON m iamk Till HCALY link 64 Monnoc Hr tManl viae liaud be allowed to fall into pieuuituro Renovate there- Â¬ rtMif Assuiodly not fore failing streacth renew lost appetite and an Impaired power to sleep recreate vital eiuM uy with ilostutlers Stomach Hit ters which restores digestion liver bowel itiul kidney reuulantv und overcomes ma- Â¬ laria and rheumatism Hvitn times niav make ut careful hut nu a uood Uiuo thai umkos us tight Peek s Sun Ottrhedes aro the temples of ear souls Should ihefO tumplett fniiiiieil lv the In ilnnl Tcmplm 4 IT IS A IirTVyouotrprour nriruuil family I o url llirlirn Krond tnIuo fur our inunrr by mlrr In ymirl fiiuiwrnir runrp iur TAItE NO SLIISTITUTIC THE rOOU SI CHAMBtR Or C0UUUCS DENSMORE TYPEWRITER C1N01NXATI imiiibiii cnniua rrprtoirnt llir brt mIiIcIi viiluo fur prlrc iikcil a tllUUHItllilK 11Mllf W 4 nnyotber ill L DOUGLAS for QENTLEMEN ciutom made Uooo Mill UT A sniiilne mnuitU liulilp BEST SHOE ever rold -- QUifMr 9 WnVEi nrxrt J hoe l the jirlro H iBHL LwV - j liny 1evrr Of nil diseases this i the most uneom fortabie Dr Hoxsies Vituiu Croup Cure lutM a pciidiar effect upon tho inotubraJU of thu throat and uoso and speedily relieves In time it ilrtrts this ohstlaato malady Utiy J tvrr cutli tlu nut f the siitttm BOconts Tor sale bv all prominent drugglMa throuuhniit tho state A P Hoxsiu lluf tulo X Y mlr and solo proprietor No HT jiiMh mf Jo touisviur SAft FRASCISCO rr CAL new york ny even body inlKa atCUtiU ArliaLsas Thomas triinming Cat A similar model Is shown in s triped nnd plain suiting This has a short A siNfiii swalow doesnt make- a spring skirt and is intended for a very stylish but a sinulo toad does Ir pors without sayintr a dumb waiter A novelty Is a bodice with draped sec Rochester DemoeralChronkle tions from the sleeves across the front nnd back These sections are gathered Ir poor relatives had their way they Into a puff over the bust form Huffy would not have a rich uncle very long epaulets at the shoulders and are made Mars ought to bo a WtTit two moon as fiat as possible at the back but this preat place for tho summer girl Haltitnoro American style is neither pretty nor becoming U gives a suggestion of round shoulders Too siren holp Is as bad ns no help and Is not at all symmetrical IlamH Horn No costume is lit good taste which has It l when ho Is short that a man wears a nny special prominence over the shoulder-bJong face lades Such an arrangement al ways destroys the graceful lines of a Tin slecpliu boawty Tho cop in tho door wny N Y Sun good figure and makes a bad or indif Â¬ ferent one simply hideous The utmost If a man get up uhontho day hrealis flatness should be preserved from the eau ho he said to have a wholo day buforo tops of the shoulders down the back to Mini the waist line Any attempt at this Do you Sun thobllsnard to tlie prairie Kortof trimming must bo disposed with catch tho drift of my moaning I a the greatest care or the effect of the rnoo l always in tho spring of Ufo A most beautiful costume Is easily marred Acton Dotnoorat N Y Ledger time moss - wosnrn the weather Is ro warm August Flower W Â¬ Â¬ and dyspepsia for years Life be came a burdeu to her Physicians failed to give relief After reading one of your books I purchased n bottle of August Flower It worked like a charm My wife received immediate relief nftcr taking the first dose She was completely cured now weighs 165 pounds and can eat anything she desires without nriy deleterious results ns was formerly the case C H Dear Fropr Washington House Washington Vn Â¬ My wife suffered with indigestion l INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE POT THE COOK HAD NOT USED ijfibm wiil pivo KioriwtAr for Hit tlmn oiiyottirrmako Tliry nr nmilo for M rvktv Tto liicrciultiK aI1ow itM wwk liiBinrn lnv found UiU tnit Vctutlin 817A Hcbnnl 54 oliytliAtioyB c very where Tbo Hhoe n worn I ntoit Mirvlco nUP tife -- old M the prlee 11 n it S3 and Rl7 Hit Meter J AIRO elioc forMlMtinrv mdeof tho teti Don dilrrd They ore yrry ityiup coin- Kola or fine Cnlf nitM i Iidlp rqunia cu iora inaaofarUble nnd aurMiia in whowlih toocouoliMtvMlti f r m 1 XilPiKra y w lulte In their fwitweM Mo nndlnrthl out- 1 IKImIIIIIKfekaK illHE Ucwiiroof iltMruhUtuttnRtioawrUb A ItTHIN on IWttOm outW t llmiBl1 nkmn nnd tlie lfle uph luhMUutldii rt frnudulrnt and ubwit toroecu- AClr run IT L UUUULnO cuntro MOI cno u I nnitn e onUCO tlmlv low tnr nlililnliiir innitnv unilur falao DrtiteuorC If not for Mtln tn your tdiirr Mend dlrrrt to Faetory kIhiIiib kluii rdxo nnd width III free rxelimlvt itnlr to ptinn drnlrrti iiud renernl iter rnnird chaniH vbcru I lot to uu Rreutk Write for ChjuIouuo W Jtouuluis ltrocktOH JIIkm lunli cotlni from I to N una i iuuni iirrpii nnocairinof mo mot mjriuu J iuiiI tutiilriliM ever Mil nt tlieim Jirloc They cnui cft flue ImixirtiM ki owtlnc from to 13 who JJO 30 1ollcn Hbor wum tiy fnrmrri nnit nil other Uicm witnt a itM licftvy i nlf thrt p KilislcxUtntou cxIro fiM t dry mul warm kern wlk rar to HO lu nnd will StiUfttho mid i VorkliiBinrB Bhoea CO Ilnr Cnir monoy clf ixlblrs more mmfnrUWoM Itih nnd ilurolilo thtn IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY cotidr fill not rip flno cl nAvCP KJ J NKwIIHHIBSflNyl Iiuiut bmjrr Jrz MifOI UAUIImw lin1l lr Â¬ GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used IN every KITCHEN - -- SAPOLIO LIVE STOCK We wjllfunjlib dupllcriUi of XirVJW immediately for the damage that You Neednt Look 3 i nooded is Viiin a holiday y- mostTelegramis thoday Y Way of Conking tho lliiiuimt tho holidaafter The people of this country do not yet Tun man who never ntuitnpts to sing at know how to use the banana In tho anv other timo will bnmk out in a plonlo tropical ellmates where tho banana wiigon AtchUon llobe furnishes the principal article of diet to bo a Tun only way It pays his personcouusolIda the Inhabitants have found numerous own lawyer is to kuop Methods of utilizing this delicious fruit own Phtladelphhi Tlinew hlch render It at once nutritious and brilpalatable They boll It they bake St tViinxn inuslcnl critic praises tho rib execution of a pinntHt doe ho tho awodo sweet potatoes they peel It liant to tho ottcotlyo manner in which udo It In slices and fry It In a batter selection wanMMrlf Kuiuiy rolUs tley mash It into a paste nnd dry It in Win In tho course of events It becomes Jhe sun as wo do apples and pouches bohooveierMarv to kick ItforomosU the kh ker to They make It Into puddings pU com Phlladolphlu put hisHt fool fits und preserves and even smother It Times to sugar until It Is a candled fruit-- In fly NoTiiiNOiB so fortnnntelr built as a very one of these wuys It is both plena scrate h lueli ono lef It can tttiul on Uve Icfii andouco Atchlson at ntto tho tahto and wholesome us au anywhere with Ulubo Uldu of food Toledo lllude Â¬ dangerous washing compounds do Its there and its going on all the time but you wont see its effects tprobablv for several months CUTS prion for mw wouldnt do you knov them too dangerous It have to 8TOOK CTUrB omny other ny Out Smen Book M or below ibewn lu 8pto quotod iP V K jH I iv if V ct ir on pi nal washing compound The best way is to take no risk You neednt worry about damage to your clothes if you keep to the Klrctrotvrter ao4 Ptereotypere r7179ElmSlreel CIXCIAVATI - O A VI L jrou an made and fully proved what can gain by using the imitations of it packages cheaper prices or whatever may by urged for them wouldnt pay you for one ruined garment as lutionbe Pearline IIUok Itcmedy for Cntarrlili tho to Uao nnd CUcnjKit H H a n Hold tiy lrtnfKit or K T lluroltluo ent by Hinll WwrH 1a A N K K 1410 vr S JLJCWcire and ome unurupuloui grocers will tdt you hl tho unit at reafliM iiu ni owt utUittotM nrvri ivuunii i your lIirVT Ycjk 310 JAMES rYLLittcw honct -Tcddler vi WHIUV WRtTINUTW rttle tttui HHh yu U AttVCKTUKM lltAHIC A4TrUt If tM Wh - in n tiii a iiiiiiil ir i -- imrir a 1 Mm rcmtoded tf1yklf It i of tie that fMct Wits Million of Jroj of frog mwiii to hnvc come A pest Wholesale Boots and Shoes1 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Green GREEN HUFFAKER GO stepping Kym IMny- 10 1802 HwJer tho existing political almost impossible to keep from OF tf moreappniprlnte upon them know of no tftuAtion to tho iraae of Enstom Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Greon A train on the Little Falls and Dakota place er prehco than hera to declare AVc have this day completed arrangements with t Every the that I wm r Democrat before the Chicago road was delayed nearly two hours on above named firm and will lianlllo their goods in large man were so convention and I am a Democrat jjtill account of them The froj s titles We especially invite an inspection by the merchant were SUCH AH The National Democratic convention of thick on the track that hundreds slipped Anoth- Â¬ as we are prepared to duplicate any and prices quoted iii 1892 haa paaed into hlntory with its crushed and the wheels CATALOGUES Is Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can lm Â¬ peetiliar thing in regard to them record its triumphs and its disappoint er MINUTES north- Â¬ PHOOKAMS these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills The wisdom of its action in not that they were all hopping in a ments PAMPHLETS westerly direction Hardy n single in now to bo questioned It wan the court We are prepared at any and nil times to furnish those goods ENVELOPES any other of last rettort established by party usage stance was seen of their going in any and everv quality size and price All we ask is LETTER HEADS way km the final arbiter to determine the conNOTE HEADS trial Kespecl fully IJI LI -- HEADS flicting Intercuts and claims of candi- ClutnttiorlHliirt Kye it ml Skin Ointment STATEMENTS Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green Kv dates States and sections and its deci A ckhtain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes SALE HILLS Head Old on- Â¬ Tetter sion will bo accepted with loval a cqui Salt Hhcum Scab DODGERS ce nee by every true mid patriotic Demo- Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itch TARDS TAGS crat who recognizes the necessity of party Prairie Scratches Sore Nipple nnd Piles fcc fec organization and discipline and respects It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of the obligations which he assumes in its cases have been cured by it after all other XJ Executed with neatness and dis- membership From this time forward treatment had failed It is put up in 25 paten anu at me inwt i pru rs VJ consistent with pond material imperative duties are imposed upon us and 50 cent boxes For sale by lUm Yr f and first class workmanship octOy 1 Factional appels should now cease the Jones Wr- - CniriiT COMPARIHON AND spirit of resentment should be abandoned llitrliiit AIIvm Ililrtj Mix Hours 5 ClIAllrNOB COMPKTITIOK State prido should be subordinated to Samuel Haver was buried alive for When you want any prumnir the general good real or fancied griev- Â¬ thirty six hours at Jackson Mich He of nnv kind at any time call II JUIl ances should be dismissed personal am was in the bottom of a thirty foot well jti uuunriti fall bition should be sacrificed and individual when quicksand caused the walls to Hazel Green Ky Xf disappointments should be forgotten in upon him A thousand people assem this groat emergency which demands bled to dig him out but the more tiny The Sclentlflo America from us all the exhibition of a widi din the more the sand caved in Lights Agency for bprcad and lofty party patriotism were provided and the work continued is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be made Permit me to repeat what I had the at night At dark on the second day he honor of expressing to the Tammany so was reached terribly crushed but alive by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of ciety on the Fourth of July last before The stones in the well had fallen upon is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery the echoes of our National convention him forming an arch and giving room 0AVEAT8 Will cover one half more space had scarcely died away as follows teed to give satisfaction to breathe DESIGN PATENTS Our course at the present time is COPYRIGHTS etc than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid ior Mitilf Orovo Muck Fit nil plain In the approaching struggle the Handbook write to Information and frco One reliable dealer wanted in each MUNN A CO- - 3tt BboadwaT New York E P Faulconer of Danville remarks For per gallon Democracy of New York should present Oldest bureau for ecurinjr patents In America box of Quinns Oint wa Is brought before I used your trial Krerr patent ataken out by free of charge in tno n solid front to the common enemy loy Â¬ town Send for color cards etc to the public br notice uirea ment and took on a curb Have since alty to cardinal Democratic principles KY is very satisfactory and to regularly nominated candidates used two bottles It -are surely of this character JSTSPENCEII COOPEK Apeiit Hazel U recti Ky is tho supremo duty of the hour t circulation of anr sclentlflo paper in tne I Testimonials Hplendldlr illustrated No convincing evidence For sale by Hose world should bo without It Weeklr Intelligent man reiterate those- sentiments now We are 8300a CO lf SlJl air ninmhl Address MUNN Jones entering upon the twenty seventh Presi BUsaeus 331 Broadway New York dential election since tho organization of lloli Stnttton Killed III Inwtiio Fitthur HHZEL sWRKtoti our Government In a secluded section of raves county Tho good citizen de Livery Feed and Sale Stable sirous of discharging his full duty in Kentucky E Robert Stratum aged 50 HAZEL GREEN KY this crisis according to his conscience years and his son Hob got into a quarrel J Normal and Preparatory School jind his judgment uninfluenced by sel about a set of harness each claimed and frlmhli anil Sinirle fish considerations will discover two great the old man assaulted the boy with a ISitjs niul ShiIiIK- - Mtirr FIRST SICSSION BEGAN IVrliis cmivey for lilre parties arrayed against each other strug- knife After a slight cut the boy picked veToH fil to nnv polid on his father killing AIL gling for the control of the Government up a hoe and struck A nannr OmkBB 1Q0Q terms KkNToN Co Ky Out 9 9a and appealing to the people for their him almost instantly The old man has 1U0D a if Z i3l will alMiutlfiid K all nill furnuc la our orhn aaylam beru tburo fur years suffrages been in the insane asylum and was con- Â¬ tioneeriug tititl Milicit Imisjiicok of tlii kind child that bad bocu iuCerin bo ItrsiMMtfullv At sidered dangerous The loy surrendered rots nrrouuu0rf to auch an extent that do v ofUlmo in tho night ot up and with foar JOHN H IMKUATT Head TliU 81owl There wero plotod on every lwvturu and in a delirious con to the county authorities Lives there a mnii with soul so dead dltlon would eetfk proujction aiuoutf the older no witnesses to the mrder Who never to himself hath said people from an imagiitary pursuer and could put to bod dilllculty CO Ill take St Patricks Pills before I go to A carpenter by the name of M S Pow only with great K KouiiUj bo again a visit here whllo ou Last yeas itor bed ers fell from the roof of a house in East bpieued to observe tho child and advised the W1IOIKSAII lKAIKHS IV use of Pastor KoouIks Xorve Tonicid kindly Whou a mild cathartic is desired one Des Moines Iowa and sustained a pain- f undshed ua several bottles of it Thu first bot Â¬ that will cleanse the whole system and ful and serious sprain of the wrist which tle showed a marked improvement and aftor regulate the liver and bowels you can he cured with one lottle of Chamberlains using the second bottle and up to the present a happy and coutented U liig the not do better than tnko8t Patricks Pills Pain Palm Ho sajs it is worth 5 a tiiDo thoeachild is sufTcring from nervousueds should All just before going to bed They do not bottle It cost him 50 cents For sale sesk refuge in Pastor Koeuigs Nerve Tonic rs irtrnirr Vjt sLLHsViHn UKV U HLLtLKUUANU tU Jonas Asyi nauseate nor gripe and leave tho system by Kose Jones Valuable Book en Xeryotu in splendid condition riiinl Uui e hihI Iliioti St For sale by R090 Diseases psUenu to si no obtxln LIJL L A poor sent freecan sarsddress flNTINNATI O and In Who Tulls It The DlrTerenoe Jones I llsWfai this medicine free of charge We carry the good thnt will suit rniir tho The Republican organs are grinding to This remedy has been prepared dby sinceReverend In trmle and our prices tin TIIK IOWKST Koenl Starved to Drnth Ptor prepared of his direction br the UP and under the keynote sounded by the President in Is now ptiial attention to mail ordert In n two room oliRtity in the suburbs his he painted the prosperity letter when KOEN1C MED CO Chicago III of Bay City Mich foul with tho tenth 11 which has followed the extension of free Bold by Uli VAN DraarkU at 1 per Bottle GforC eretl filth of weekB the lead body of WITH through tho provisions of the Me lArs8US175 O Dottles for 80 trade Clarn Houicr wub found lying on tho r declaring in the same Kinloy bill while bed where her helplessly crippled bus A school uiisuriiisscd by any letterthat an extension of free trade by band has been lying for years She had KastiTti Kentucky the Democrats would plunge the coun HKjsVsVOvUMP A full course in every department been attacked with fever several dnyn try into a business convulsion such as it Teachers awake to the interests of both ago and with no ono to nurno her had This tune when played has never seen and patrons literally so the physicians say Htnrved by tho McKinleyiles is called Climbin of tuition low c100 jd50 JUO to death Tho husband too wan also in cents per lesson per month iiiuxie when played by but do Golden Stairs Hoard iiniriodgiiiK at the Acudemy Home the throe of death from lack of food tho revenue reformersTs known as the week New huilding new only Ho was scarcely nblo to speak but wiid Courier- WKST MAINST tiiruitiire good eatables Tunc tho Old Cow Died Of over it week hud elapsed since any thing Teachers have charge of all hoarders Journal for catalogues LKXINCiTON KV passed his lips He is a vctoran of the PhEflSflKI WM II tOUD Principal A Outmiid UiMiirily war but In spitoof wounds that hiade Megrimine tho only permanent cure IUi oi wrltlta him a helpless crippe lias steadily re mBmv JJJrW JKlQJsFfc Tr If you i ri for nUforms of headache and neuralgia JaA y frsasvcaivsMr fuHed to npplyfor a pension on wlJom relieves tho pain in from 15 to JO niintul lnlllfnt i i sale on positive guarantee at THE NEXT MORNING 1 FEEL BRIGHT AND j it i I Mr Van Iolt oditorof the Craig Mo utes For NEW AND MY COMfLUlUN 13 BETTER i i mr it My doefor says It sets trrntly on the stomarh Iljer if Meteor went to a drug store ntllillside TiiK UrKAiD oilice or sent jwsitpaid by irahll I uiw This arlnt It II U a ilrjiit anil kidneys and froniTirrbs lHL It tib njr Iowa nud asked tho physician in attond- - mail on receipt of price 50 cent a box Blfcria niscaliru and Is preparvd ror uso as essUjr as It Mttf 1111 tea lllr il irtl aneo to give him a dose of something for f clilirt nln Murderer Hrltton Cnptiirtil it rvail ttiitl cholera morbus ami loosener of tho lm lllr mul All drtiireUts sell It at Hto and 11X0 n Package If M Mllrittou who so cowardly assas iftr In llurli it Mil bowels Ho says III felt so much bet sinated Daniel Nnrilcct in Pulaxki coun YoucannirtKBtltsemlynuraililreiaortrenaiinjple lOHC orn th kWflrsk Lane rMlly M4lrle CUBES K0TH1HGB0T PILES ill tilr li hi to In orvlrrlo K iiltliy tMUnwry Adilirys 3rn lliir IIiou tor the next morning that I conclutlcS ty Kentucky about two weeks ago has 4li J Hulls It I r llirir unn to call on tho phyfcician and get him to been captured He was captured Wed m SURE and CERTAIH CORE Mil i HI I A Known for ID yonrs as tho RS Ii trr llir 1 fix me up a supply of the medicine nesday week by a poso and is now in mil Its furulih lll REMEDY HllO oi tffls surprised when hu hauded mo a hot the Pulaski county jail The evidence ruijiu iiurul it rrtvirtJbflltlUHIISOTAllJHJin CO hi l u rtn nine tlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and against him is positive ttlltlllUHt There is much I rl if iiollilnf Diarrhoea Remedy He Rays ho prccrilKs excitement and indignation is strong m noib i U IMIILLIIS laWL iuey if uulitalAWITH iifiil regularly in liia practice and finds it much so that there is great likelihoon of it i Mux JlflUnll Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all fat tho best he can got or prepare I can a lynching Tom Scott is also locKeu up ent business conducted for Moderate Fe tcritify to its eftkieury in my case at all for giving Hritum the gun with which Ow Office it Oppoilte US Patent Office and wo can secure patent In less tlmo than thoo For sale by Rose Jones events remote from Washlnemn the deed wits committed Bend model drawInK or photo with descripfreo Agricultural Implements Hardware tion We advice If patentable or notsecuredof Hoses Two Wives till patent Is not t Lanes Medicine moves tho bowols each charge Our feeHow duo Obtain latcnts with w lITl mmm SjtuM iur who Ji t A Pamphlet to iM i vfjovcrnor llrowns office was thnHcim V MVEH CHIUii I tin uiinutrlullxillUulul IMItMAlir ya Il w All ItIfmw day In order to bo healthy this is nec- Â¬ names ofactual clients In your State county or ill olnl inn uunfier limn limit okiif it Ju PLOWS OtKS Mlll lonriiMt la w Hu liictbrr wbjr tows seat free Address unufiial occurrence ono day last essary 4 1 OHATOHS MIAMIMOX KK1 AIIIA ltox Xiit Viitfiilu 3tulne week TjWO women wero becking tho AND MOWKHSSTODDAKn AM Couuttirftilt Monoy Fuu nil jmrtWu ol tkeijoiut husband Ono was OMHS HOUSE inMP li UiltAHJ - X t Office WatMftfltM D C Patent Off A farmer found 150 in spurious coin CAMPTON KY DOOKS AND SASH A SPinAlH pf lmiM llle and thoutkor Mrs CLAUKNDON along tho railroad north of Tipton Ind 110 and 112 SrcosiSTitBiT wa Mrs F E Rose of Hamilton Ohio Cor Limetone and Short U It was poorly executed and had evident- Â¬ S S COM1JS PnoiMtiirrou IUONTOX Lkki xoton Ky V Tliey wero the wives of tho bigamist T ly been dropped from a night train Tho eolehratwl H nOSWELls PitoiRiCTOU W K ItoMe who was sent from Louisvillo Tho ju tlv The patroniiKU of the traveling pulilic U money was in halves quarters and dimes PeroiauHteel There has been added an Annex with 20 respectliilly aolleited Taldn tliu best and mum Months ago for fivo years They Street Car every attention to the eutnlort of Ktiesls well ventilated room are oldit thiHlhee at 10 cent a iW Coughing leads to consumption Kemps llirir the door cverv five minutes Located wer introduced to tho Governor as Mia pass and the hm pencil in town at c HtW Job printing cheap at this oilice within two squares of depot 2 Ho No 1 Mrs Jloeo Balsam stops the cough at once jmhJ WWII ww si Description alf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cW J T DAY CO U Â¬ Â¬ HON THE BEST oW W iJ3yLfiTrBS Wd M S3 -- skxkk J AINT Â¬ Best is the Cheapest mNBMHBm It Â¬ ijySuIE It 11 lo Jwuiifw American Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON vi Greek Â¬ 5 Â¬ Bchy J H PIERATT Â¬ vwuh r Â¬ Hey Sept 5iii 12Z I Iff LOUIS STIX Â¬ Dry Goods notions c Bpn f Hi fi R - wiPEARS01ICLARK WIIOJKSATK c Wr f B lfei A8 mfWw9 12H lfm10 WfflgMi giid ETiMii I I i TABLERS BUCKEYE I iBw fe litle i II Â¬ LANESMEDICINE OINTSSEIST FORPILS II Â¬ Â¬ 111 L SBMg mkJcxs vaife r it 121bWiC I 11 U SJaVy os I I S mm V Â¬ aWRiiL iSLwrwrmm J Pf jfXi lltS W U KERR uu Ilows l- I CASNOWCO Jmn THE C i I tTM 1 j J H and No I - x