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BEE PUBLISHING CDMPANY
Ont Year strictly in advance
Six Months
Three Months
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Kjtered the Postoffiee at Earlington a Srrond
tlin matter
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THE BEE
Earlington Ky
THOS N HLACK
W R PRATT
Editors
THURSDAY JULY ai 1S92
NATIONAL KElUHUCAX TICKET
FOR IRFSIDINT
BENJAMIN HARRISON
Of Indiana
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
WHITELAW REID
Of New York
ANNOUNCEMENT
For Circuit Judge
To the voters ofthe Fourth Judicial Dis
trict comprising the counties of Caldwell
Livingston Crittenden and Hopkins I
hereby make the announcement that I am
a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge
of said district subject to the action of the
Democratic party T D Nunn
Marion Crittenden Co July 6 1892
The Democrats of Kansas have
struck their colors and are now
marching under the banner of the
Peoples Party
Gen WrAVKR has been promin
ently identified with all the politi
cal parties of the last three decades
and has always been a conspicuous
leader
Hon A E Stevenson Demo
cratic candidate for Vice President
is the president of the McLean
County Coal Company which is
operated with non union labor
rcircscnt our
paiRii
cause in the- cam
The legislature has exhausted I The total amount in pensions paid
the funds in the State Treasury since l8f7 is 1300000000
but it still holds the fort at our
staid old capitol Even this hot
July weather fails to drive it home
The elections in Great Britain
have resulted in the triumph of the
ing the payment of thc interest and
the principal of the public debt
into account the government has
paid altogether about six thousand
million dollars Nevertheless our
country has prospered and grown
Liberal party Mr Gladstone will both in population and in the value
become premier and have the sup- j oi property The entire value of
port of a working majority in par 1 property in 1H60 was 5 16 000 000
liament 000 and in 1890 it had reached
63000000000 Our factories
i j 1 produce a value of 8500000000
alert and making tliines mute
lively in Georgia They are put
ting candidates in thc field for
Congress and giving the Democrats
a wrestle all along the line
Henrv M Stanley is not being
idolized by the English people
Another trip to Africa would prob
ably come as a relief to him He
it seems has lost his old time
popularity with the world at large
The Kentucky representatives
in Congress were divided on the
Stewart free coinage bill Messrs
Cartith Breckcnridge and Dicker
son democrats and Wilson re
publican voted against its passage
All the others voted aye
Juii L P Li mi of Owens
boro has become a candidate for
Congress in this district subject to
the action of the Democratic con
vention He has been judge of a
our mines turn out 6000000 per
year The assets of our railroads
amounted to near Si 0000 000 000
our agricultural products reach
630000000 annually and the
volume of our exports and imports
has increased 125 per cent The
gratitude of the nation to its de
fenders has never been equalled
but no country has been so greatly
benefitted by the services and sac
rifices of its soldiers
HOMESTEAD AND ITS HOME
I STEADS
I Representative Oates of Ala
bama is a typical iree trade
1
I Southern Democrat but gentle
men of his impulsive temperament
I sometimes tell truths that their
more politic fellow partisans would
I conceal for fear of helping the
j enemy Congressman Oates freely
I admits that he never saw such high
wages paid anywhere for physical
judicial circuit for twelve years labor as are paid at the Homestead
and stands very high as a lawyer mjns TIerc is his testimony
and a citizen Tie leaders of the workmen
Ii is claimed that Pinkerton the
leader of the great association
bearing his name is a zealous sup
porter of Mr Cleveland Mr
Carnegie the largest stockholder
of the Carnegie Company is a He
publican while Mr Frick the
manager and executive head of this
giant organization is a Democrat
J Flemish Gordon a member
of the Hopkins county bar is
making an active canvass for the
Democratic nomination for com
monwealth attorney of this dis
trict Mr Gordon is a promising
young man and is in every way
qualified to creditably fill the re
sponsible office to which he aspires
We presume a call will shortly
made for a District Convention to
nominate a candidate for Congress
in this district The convention
should be held at Earlington and
a strong candidate put in the field
There is a good prospect of Re
arc men of intelligence and
publican success and an earnest I politicians were to investigate
effort must be made to win In American industrial communities
the event of President Harrisons more and cultivate honesty enough
election which appears quite not to make sweeping assertions
probable the Republican candi 1 alout thenl t11 te llal studied
date will be very potent in the tllcin at frst liantl lnore them
tribution of public places It is I would open their eyes and fewer of
therefore very important to have
a man of ability and character to
city and take the workmen as a
body they arc the best set of
workingmen I have ever come
across The contention is not one
between ignorance and power It
is a conflict of strong men the
workmen being keen intelligent
and always wide awake Thc man
who goes to Homestead with the
idea that he is going to find a lot
of ragged half starved and ignor
ant strikers will have a great sur
prise before him It is a revela
tion in the way of a community of
workingmen They are men of
thought and action and of inde
pendence They have their homes
and the skilled workmen earn from
65 to 275 per month The
laborers get from 1 to 150 per
day It is not a poverty stricken
community by any means
How did Mr Oates come to
this conclusion By personal in
spection of Homestead and its
homesteads If other Democratic
them would open their mouths-
Philadelphia Press
POMPEII MADISONVILLE
tCoimuaed frm I mi
County Citizen puhlishctl at Fro- line were 1 great King Ahnsliuc
donia Kansas we notice an ac- rust if thou wilt deign once more
count of the death of Richard L to hear us who from a convoca
Pevton a former citizen of this tion of all earths beauties selected
r 1 county hut who settled in Kansas the good queen li Jthcr wouldst
many years ago Mr Peyton hadM thou object- did
to the land office at Oklahoma City i though one or both fell out ol the
One square first insertion i no i alUl UeClSlOIl given in IIVOr Ol liamniOCK ilOWCVCr llie
huybderemni0or lonk period con Peytons claim This defeat mcnt soon proceeds as follows
liciiNoiKrjwntspCTSnV stirred the malice and revenge in Keep on your own side of the
MamaeDirinanuaeatn notices inserteo iree 0 Attr
imuji r iiuit i mill niiiiuiu ii jii iiuiiijiiiiii wiiii iiiuu it ihuu
tifiablc excuse he took Mr Pey 1 sand pardons If in my wild jes
tons life The murderer was ticulation 1 should by accident
I promptly arrested and committed i disarrange but a single hair of that
to jail Richard L Peyton was a dreamlike diadem of ringlets with
quiet and exemplary man He I which thou art so bcwitclnngly
was raised in the Ncbo district
where he was always held in high
esteem and the news of his death
has caused deep regret
There has been a complete
Democratic flop on the silver ques
tion In thc Fifty first Congress
when a test vote was taken of the
155 Democratic members of thc
House of Representatives all but
seventeen voted for free coinage
The Republicans then had a small
majority and the champions of
free coinage claimed that the meas
ure would surely become a law
when thc Democratic party secured
the ascendancy In the Fifty
second Congress the Democrats
have a decided majority over Re
publicans Independents and the
Farmers Alliance combined but
they refuse to make good the
pledges of their leaders The
resolution to advance the Stewart
silver bill and give it a hearing at
the present session has been de
feated by a decided majority Thc
bill will take its place at thc foot
crowned Ill forfeit you a whole
years subscription to the Ken
tucky Advertiser Oh Press
what have I done Make it Yu
catan
Fair creature thou hast said
The poets have discoursed in tune
ful lays of the poetry of motion
exemplified in a pair of jaws have
likened it unto the waving of
palms or of golden grain when
breathed upon by gentle evening
zephyrs or to the billowy sun-
kissed clouds floating in ethereal
blue or indeed to the nodding
of the gentle fragrant lily just re
lieved of thc weight and fanned by
the wing of thc honey bee but
the beautiful contour of thy shape
ly dimpled chin when set to wag
ging inspired by a hunk of chew-
1
ing gum is past compare j illctor
rressic tiear wny 1101 jco 0
ize thy name by thc institution of
a Dclsartean movement of the
on the stage their faces wreathed
in smiles and their pretty mouths
loaded with chewing gum At thc
command Chaw w w -wax let
each dimpled chin begin to wag in
unison keeping time with the
opera Peck-a-boo played
an orchestra For instance their
pretty jaws and pink lips might all
open on Peck just enough to
let thc enthusiastic audience get a
peck at their pretty pearly teeth
before they plunge headlong and
heedless into thc depths of thc
gently resisting quivering expect
ant Yucatan on the word boo
to be bltssed with a wealth of
mouth use them for bass- in the
second movement instructing
them to dine onl on peek and
rest on a boo while the balance
of the class would lest on Peek
and participate enthusiastically in
be afflicted with one of those sweet
little rosebud mouthed cherubs in
your class who happened to be
the happy custodian of a fairy like
tinsie winsie mouth i e too
sweet for anything but to kiss and
be kissed while she might not be
able to do anything but nibble at
Peek or boo still she could
chew out a variation ad libitum on
Oh you rascal that would bring
down the house
Another charming movement
with patience practice and per
severance might be happily ex
ecuted by the darlings in masti
cating a goodly hunk of this savory
wax with the left jaw while posing
gracefully on the right toe to the
tune of Annie Roonc and at
the command Change change
toes and jaws
There is hardly anj end to the
variety of these beautiful and
instructive movements which
might be added like for instance
Ladies change which would of
course result finally and inevit
ably in all the wax getting into
one mouth Then the whole might
end with the touching scene
Post Wax which of course
needs no explanation Thc deco
rations of the average bed post
window casing and dresser are il
lustrative
The habit of chewing wax
alluded to by the lovers in their
phonographed conversation is a
mystery In fact this people evi
dently had many habits and cus
tomsvhich seem strange to us in
this age It is supposed however
that the average young lad- of that
day and age was really addicted to
chewing wax That classic poem
by Sir Thomas Rash entitled
Eves Yucatan trums is sup
posed by some to refer to this
foolish practice
Another custom is puzzling the
most profound antiquarians and
that is the practice of mutilating
ladies cars which seems to have
been universal in that age In
deed it is quite an exception to
thc rule to find a lady who has not
had her cars punctured It is
sirtcil in the punched hole is fougl battle Judge William ri Shirk
i 11 rromneni lawyer 01 sruniin ui
diiiMiT iniiiiii i rroiiKt u wiil
1 ipcaliagol the situation said
IUIMIJU awiliu auil UIMHU1VHM
Wc have as yet been unable to find
any possible use for this tofture to
the ladies except for ornamenta
tion It has been supposed by
some that the ladies placed deli-
venture the opinion that the in
candescent evening tea party wai
then in vogue and that each fair
damsel was a light unto hersctf
and her household That tiny
attended these parties wearing a
fairy incandescent lamp in eah
car no other light being per
missible at the party 1 faicy
such a part would have hcci entrancing-
leautiful and egrct
that they have boon allowefl to go-
out of style They must have
used the electricity of their bodies
to illume these lamps Therefore
the brilliancy of the occasion or
indeed of the belle depended
upon their power to clectriy their
ears and auditors I have known
even in this age a single telle to
electrify a whole town of beys
The above is of course largely
speculation It is known how
ex er that an angry mother hand
is highly charged with electricity
and a bad boys car is a good con-
Put returning to tie prac
punching ladies ears I
have arrived at the conclusion
after givinu the subject some
chin which may with equal grace that
tlolIjlt it lmlst haYe luen
apply to wax chewers 01 to the
curtain lecture
Fancy if you can a class of beau
of the calendar and there is no tiful young ladies drawn up in line
probability of reaching
the present Congress
it during
OiR pension list has assumed
vast proportions but thc resources
of our great country are equal to
thc strain Superintendent Por
ter of the Census Bureau deliv
ered a recent addreas in which he
presented some interesting facts
first instituted for the purpose of
ornamentation I have been in-
lluenced somewhat in coming to
this conclusion by a careful perusal
of that classic antl exhaustive work
upon the subject entitled The
Punctured Ear and Heart by
Dr Will Ross He outlines a
case of car puncturatton which
occurred in his own practice that
came near terminatinc fatally to
him
The various stages of the sur
gical operation are appropriately
grouped under thc captions of
The Earrcpairable TheEarre
claimablc The Earrepressiblc
and The Boxcdearitant Thc
case outlined seems to have passed
through these several stages al
ums completing the cliew on iinlli if iin - Coi ut i
boo This should constitute i boxcdearitant which -seems to
the first movement Should one iave 1een rellexivc The method
or two of the fair creatures happen Lf treatment is also quite com
mendable and shows careful fore-
thought It seems that after the
beautiful velvety pinkish scarred
little ear has undergone the tor
ture of punctuation it is best to
lay it gently upon the lapel of a
manly coat agitated by a heaving
a boo If you should by chance I bosom and wait If it happen to
be thc victims right car and the
surgeons left lapel the position is
especially susceptible to contagion
and a punctured heart may speed
ily follow in which event there is
but one remedy and that is matri
mony
POLITICAL POINTERS
The Democratic Congressional Conven
tion meets in Henderson August 10
Judge Little of Owensboro is a probable
candidate for Congress from this the
Second Congressional District
The Republican Congressional Conven
tion of this district will be held in Earling
ton The date will be announced later by
thc committee
A call has been made upon Judge J R
Grace to make the race for circuit judge
in thc newly formed district comprising
Trigg Lynn Christian and Calloway
A movement is on foot in North Carolina
to makz a fusion of Prohibitionists Third
party men and Republicans whereby the
two latter will indorse thc nominee of the
Prohibition party
J Gordon of Madisonville is an an
nounced candidate for commonwealths
attorney of thc Fourth Judicial District
Mr James of Crittenden county is also
a candidate for the same office
A triangular fight is on in Arkansas
The respective candidates of the Repub
lican Democratic and Peoples party will
engage in joint debate The opening gun
was fired at Searcy last Thursday
Sheriff Herzog of Ashland county Ohio
is SSooo short in his accounts and has de
parted for otner climes He is a sporting
gentleman and a Democrat The leading
Democrats of Ashland county feel consid
erably hurt by his conduct
The Peoples party of Minnesota in con
vention assembled nominated the follow
ing Slate ticket For governor Ignatius
Donnelly lieutenant governor Kittell
Haverson secretary of state II B Mar
tin state treasurer R M Ringdal attorney-general
J S McDonald
Thc Republican convention of the First
Indiana Congressional District met in
1 Uvansvillc last Thursday and nominated
Hon A P Tvvinkham of Posey county
for Congress He is the choice of the
young Republican clement defeating the
candidate of the older heads on the first
ballot
usually thc lower part of the car TUeindicationSarethauhegubernatorial
that is found mutilated and in 1 contest in Missouri this year will be a hard
publcans have excellent pro
souri in this campaign and vi
ably confident of electing M
noo taken up some land in Oklahoma rny good queen listher - seeing that zeiyr floss or their spools of w support Major Warner If the Deni
es and a controversy arose with a man you were the only woman Jolt
Specimfn copies maiieit free on application named Wilson on a question of i Right here citlier the phonograph
correspond wamea in an parts 01 tnr title The matter submitted I is defective or there a sound l
RATES OF ADVERTISING
title 1 lie matter was sunmiticu is deiecuvc
is i r U H t 1
toanty Address us for particulars as
thread when engaged in making if ras nomn in a one orion
j A iave them beat On the other hand if
liinuy uik urniuB m mc jhey put up a trong man like Judge Gib 1 1
laces requiring ooui lianas ton of Kansas
has been suggested by others that i spotless It will I
will be hurt most thereby is a matter of
conjecture but I think quite as man
former Republicans as Democrats will I
support the independent movement Their 1
nominee or governor Leonard is a man 1
of fine character and ability and is going
to make a good race I would not be at
all surprised if the Third party in Cc
souri polled at least 30000 votes
A special dispatch to thc Ci lobe-Democrat
of July 14 said Thebitlernessof the
Democratic factional fight in South j
Una is becoming intensified as the cam
paign progresses The Tillmanites the
faction led by Gov Tillman are becoming
more intolerant every day toward the con
servatives who are supporting ex Gov
Sbeppard for governor In Union count
the Tillmanites have revived the Ku Mii
Clan with all its terrors and are warning
leading conservatives in country precincts
poor inoflcnsive white man who has been
active of late in his work for the conscrva 1
tive cause and when he opened the door
the gang seized him dragged him about a
quarter of a mile stripped and blindfolded
him tied him to a tree and gave him sit
lashes over thc bare back with a heavy
wagon whip They left him tied to the
tree bleeding and in a semi conscicus
condition Hours afterward neigh
bors hearing his cries came to his rescue
Several other conservatives in the same
neighborhood have been warned to leave
at once or suffer fearful consequences
Meantime in his campaign speeches Gov
Tillman continues to array lalior against
cjpital and class against class and wher
ever his adherents are in the majorit thev
refuse to give thc conservative campaign
speakers a hearing The primary election
will be held on August 30 so that the cam
paign is not hall over yet
and serious sprain of the wrist which he 1
cured with a bottle of Chamberlains Iain
Balm He says it is worth 5 a bottle
It cost him 50 cents For sale bj
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be a hard fought battle gUlXU
one punctured car was made to J He is not identified with any of the
i tional quarrels that Stone and Dtlton are
support a miniature incandescent
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IictJtiT Frames and
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Must complete assortment of I to
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Night before last a bandof six masked men iKkt
whtl wanlini shear3
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