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Ir i J- IThE J IeIii C HAZEL GlEE Jl i 1B I SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of R NoUjr World With News From All Nntlon nmbrlng nt IlUllack IIQO A VIA Always In Adva +w+ 1 TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 14 1890 NUMBER 7 J t WhyDo people buy Hoods Sanaparllln la I eroteronco to any otherIn tact almost to the exclusion of all others BecauseThey lithe boat 10 it cures when others taU ti Hoods Sarsaparilla in ntlU mado under the personal supervision of tho educated pharmacists who originated it The question of best Is just as positively decided in favor of Hoods as tho question 1 comparative soles Another thing Every advertisement- II Hoods Sarsaparilla is true is h- onestHoods v Sarsaparilla- sthe One True flaodParnlerAlldrngglsts1l r rreparcd only byeI Hood Co Lowell Mass TT kSi7 are the only pills to tnko iilOOd rS Pills with Hoods Sarsaparllla tII Wlnonester Bank I WINCHESTER KY N H WmiERSPOON President It n HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generallyI throughout Eastern Kentucky sand otters Its eUlltolllors every facility nnn the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK SIT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I BUIULUB 30000 t 0 L M maKTAFF Prcslilcnt- G L K1RKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cushier 0Werespcctfull solicit tho business ofnier ohants farm en traders nud business men generallyI throughout lyaslern Kentucky A i general banking business done Give us n chance to send you n bunk book nay yourI checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cnshscr JcOMBS HOUSE OAMPTOX KY J B HOLLON PnorniETon The patronage of tho traveling public is 4 Irespectfully solicited Tablo the heat and everr attention to the comfort of cuests CLARENDON HOTEL Cor Short mul Tlmp tniin Streets IKXIXUTON KY 1 tProprietorThisi I Lex- Ington and Eastern K U depot U first class and rates reasonable Tho imlaonaKC- of tho mountain people is solicited and the best treatment assured lAFLOYD BYRD Campton hy IDayII illHOWARD STAMPER CAMPTON KY Will practice in tho courts ofWolfe and the ujoinl4g counties All business entrusted to ou care will receive prompt attention T CiOiiNSON J II HWAKOO Cauipton Hazel Green JOHNSON Sc SiVAN- GOATTORNEYSATLAW Will practice in tho Wolfe county and olr Junit courts mode and abstracts of title furnishedon short police JI JATAtnCiBHE 31 D r Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY IIW ATTOnXKYATLAW Surgery and obstetrics nspecialty J SEITZ WITIrWR CO lonnsna ix- iiriwiriAericulturallinliMinfs IRONTON 0 IT is estimated that there aro 18000 wrlaj mills in tho United States with a capita ef 208000000 Trey pay wIse amounting to about 27000000 = tWrentwt is valued at 72t t1r I x THE PRESSD- RDiOATEDTOTItRIItZRL QIIRKK 11KRAID crnloIOf late there seems to he a For sentimental ditty All kinds of themes are treated of From mournful lays to witty But THU most vital subject yet Comes not into the mind The organ that propels with care Our interest of every kind The press Is just the moving power Of science and of nrt The hidden truths of earth reveals And stamps thorn on the heart Thro ninny ages of tho past And changing scenes of time Its value has been told in prose Its merits sung in rhyme The earth a blank would almost bo If skill hind not designed Tho greacfft helper of a 1 age To progress eer consigned The homes that dot America Her treasures rich and rare Would only live in fitful dreams As castles in the air And now we have within our midst- A spicy local sheet Tin llritun is u hclplul friend In every way complete We gladly greet It every week And road its columns through A welcome visitorI to U- IIIAmlnlwnlIbrighfind true No lissue eer has gone abroad That did not have nt heart The welfare of our mountain men Who not an honest port Its columns nil are filled with trutljs That edify indeed Its tendency Is toward the right And Onward U Its creed It studies well the Interests Of this osr native home Then sets uf work with earnestness To make fond wishes known No place cnn keep apace with time In progress beaten ways Unless time light of science sheds Its alMllumniiig rays All men with energy and CRXTS Will not refuse to aid Or kindly give encouragement To SPKNCK COOPKR In his train Then look ye well to nil these points And prejudice do loreon For there is nut a wiser head In tho town of lintel Green Mns AIICK AMYX Written for Tin llKitA- LUHEARTACHE MY 10WHY lIt Is just thirty years ago today that I met him Thirty years thirty years said a woman to tho three friends of her girlhood Katherine Madeline and Ethel Yes It has been long since wo four mo yet it is hard tu realize that you are women anti that you have come to- sco mo for the last time Do not inter rupt mo I am dying not front old age but tho worst of all Ills heartache I would not mnr ono atom of your happi ness by relating my sad history if it wcro not for tho fact that this is our last talkAll of you know thnt I once loved yes as much as It was possible for woman to love but you do not know how it end ed I shall never forget how you Knth crime helped mo In tho first sadness of my life But do not weep It grieves mo that I should for a moment make you unhappy Mine hns been a sad life but as I have said a thousand times God knows best I was young when I met Willtnot yet I loved him with my whole heart and it was that lovo which has wrecked my life I remember how happy I was when ho fimt noticed mo 5 how my young heart throbbed when I saw him coming towards mo how blissful were the mo and when ho ments wo spent together would leave mo with n smile or a kind word how I would run to my room and weep for joy Alas 1 I was blind but do not blamo me I loved him Ho as you well know loved a girl in Tennessee 01 course I hated hems much as I loved him But alas I she was to be happy I miserable Tho night that Willmot married I was visiting in Boston Well do I rw member that night I There was music and laughter la the house where 1 WM the guest but I time toady lerable girl of eighteen WM 8Jthe porchat aptI1 Try to lutsgle mywierltag J but I know that you happy women can not picture tho torment which nearly drove mo wild I am glad that I have finished speaking tiC list night tho 18th of May 17 Wo now Hvo in a now century but this one which has brought you PO much happiness has doubled my sorrows Whilo in Boston I received your lettere Katherlno but for them I might not have been hero today Yw Madeline I will now tell you about Edward I met him a year before Willmot woe married I first saw him at tho theatre anti was afterwards intro duced to him Ho seemed to like mo quite well but I was young and so mere ly flirted with him ken I was twentytwo I married him I did not lovo him but I knew I could never marry Willmot so I thought as Edward loved mo I might accept him I told him this but ho said ho wu will lug to teach mo to love him I suppose ho now wishes ho had never seen me Ours was a singular lifehe always lov liijr I merely friendly About n year after our marriage Will mots wifo died Was it with happinoM I read tho nntico of her loath Y I brush to say it was I began to picture myself his bride multi for a few moments forgot my unhappy marriage J was awakened from my happy dream by my husband calling mo It was with an aching heart tint I went down to him with cold lips that I received his usual kiss Ho was so kind so good to me but I began to himHo the cause of my tadncps I pointed to tho picco in tho pnper and ho thought it was because of her lentil that I was unhappy Ho noticed however that each tiny I grew moro thin mind at last took mo to tho seashore There ohl my friends there I saw my doling there I met Willmot Dont ask mo what I did for I dont know said that I loved him I suppose All I remember is hearing my husband say Pardon me I will see my wife to her room sho Is not at nil well When wo reached our room lw laid mo tenderly on the bed and with a sigh turned anti looked out on time broad ocean I sobbed for a long time but at last looked nt him There ho sat by tho win dow the most perfect picture of abject despair but I looked only with hatred Oh where was my heart that it could not be touched by such a picture I Soon ho came to mo and said Can you ox plain this Ilachcl Oh how cold woro his tones I only put my lands over my eyes and said Leave me I want to be nlolloIYl8 I will leave you and forever He then kissed me and with a sigh which would havo melted any womans heart but mlno left the room When morning came 1 ordered break fast in my room old on time table with trio repast was a note I thought of course it was to tell mo that ho had gono out fishing and would bo hack in a few hours so I tossed it off tho table mad ateAfterU I hail finished nUll the waiters had loft I happened to think of the latter I leisurely picked it up and opened it In it Edward said that he had found out the secret of my sadness and had left mo forever but not to think ho loved mo lens ho would always ndoro Ho did not blame mo for what hind happened only ho wished I hind told him long ago II leave you forever it Is not well thnt wo should meet again is the way ho closed his note I was happy beyond expression Ho land left me Willmot was at the hotel and I could see him as often OH I lilted I was meditating on this when my maid brought mo another note I grasped it eagerly and bade her leavo tho room for I recognized Willmots writing The noto was addressed to my husband but as ho hind left I opened it In this Will mot said that ho had heard my words of greeting and knew it was best for him to leave the botelIDy tho time you receive this I shall bo many miles away Many miles away I could hardly com prebend tho meaning of those words At last realized that he too bad left tho place I was aloneI How desolate I feltl J could not weep but only stare at the walk hepiajt that I would tee bias once more needle Aa sight e uM en 1 grew Jala t I ealldtrayltritilil Stepped nets rtM t = J and I never left it for two months When I was able to sit by the ocean II watched for Edward I waited but in vain My bill nt the hotel was always paid and I lived there for several years but In all that timo I never heard of EdwardAt I grow tired of the ocean and moved to this little house which 1 was told by tho proprietor of tho hotel Ed ward had bought for mo I began to reo alizo how very kind he was to me and to love him oven bettor than I did Willmot Every month received a largo sum of money from him of course but ho never directed time envelop- eI heard tho other day that ho was expected Clown hero some time in the summer but I fear ho will bo too late to see mo My dear true friends is this not a sad story YIt As sho fihlslitd speaking she fell ex hausted among tho pillows lIar friends gathered around her Oh help hurlI Sho Is dying 11II cried Ethel as she took her hand in hers Just then tho dour opened and an el derby gentleman walked in How is shot ho naked noticing tho confusion Almost auto in tho arms of Jesus Katherlno answered 11 What1 not dying T Oh my God havo mercy on mett mind Bringing to tho side of tho prostrate woman ho clasped her in hU arms Speak darling speak to me I am Edward Katherine Madeline und Ethel knelt around her Soon she opened her eyes and faintly murmured Edward I love you All were weeping bitterly Then with supernatural strength she raised up and kissed tho bowed head oC- her husband murmuring It is Edward my own Edward At last ho hits como tu me Thank God I sco him before I die My friends farewell Sho bent nUll klllIed them nil Weep not I Imvo boon n wicked woman but God still loves mo Her voice was scarcely audible now I leave you fotovor my kind good faithful husband Forgive me Those were her last words With n loving glance at the faces around her and with her head on her husbands shoulder her spirit left this world of sorrow Bows Thlsl Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hal IM Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all Lust ness transactions and financially able to carry out rummy obligations mndo by their firm WEST 1C THUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WAKWNO KIVNAJ MAIL vix Wholesale Druggists Toledo O hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally noting directly upon time blood anti mu cous surfaces of tho system Testimon inns pent free Price 70c per bottle Sold by all Druggists LATE STATE NEWS Hugh Connors alias John Galton n bunco man has been sentenced to two years in tho pen for defrauding n farmer of Fayotte county- Monslour A Adryof Boulogne Franco has purchased 10000 worth of fine trotting horses nt Lexington They will bo shipped to France at once Time residence of Alfred Board at Le bayou was destroyed by fire with all its contents tho Board family barely escap ing Cause of fire unknown Taylor Harris an employe of a jeans factory at Peachors mill in Christian county was badly scalded by steam while at work in tho dye room Tho Licking Lumber Company lies sold to the Sterling Lumber Company of Charleston Wn 10000 acres of valuable coal and timber land in Morgan and Mcnifec counties There is a unique monument in Fern wood cemetery nt Henderson It con slats simply of a big widemouthed hot tIe with the same of the grams seer pant written ea apiece olJHptr laeteeed within fcklt bas feeea filed to OM Tufted 11118iee omen at friMikfertt Itr tis1i seiiX vwl MpMtr elmJ iZf- l s m 0- LJ 4i1 I I master McCfeeseey of Lexlfeewit- hholding nail U the sum of lg841 damages They do things in a hurry over hi Lincoln county as the followlnf IRein over thoro would showmDlrtfor tbq big reservoir was broken at the water works yesterday and it is to be com pleted in GO years- Application IlRlbecn filed blJftcounty court for an election to take tIM sense of the voters of Clark county esrjoi the local option question The etectUm swill bo called for Juno 27 and the cam palgu promises to bo a lively ono Wesley Withers colored charged wltk running n crap gauio nt Danville Wh flood 100 and sentenced to ono year in tho penitentiary Not having thu money to pay his fine he will wurk it out after the expiration of his tern in tho pen Near Evans Mills Robertson county = during a fearful thunder alarm Tilllo Wlllet 14 was struck by lightning Htr shoes were turn from her feet and thrown some distance away Sho was so badly burned and shocked that she will dlo Tho schedule of assets and liabilities of tho estate of Col James E Pepper recently assigned hns been filed Tho assets foot up mll1J8 whilo the lh f bllltics mire only 42471101 It is said that tho assets will really bo mero than tho sum named AscnllRtlonnJ fish story comes from Jessamine county A catfish weighing fivo pounds way caught and on being opened n pocket book n hymn book and a testament woro found in tho otomach Nothing is mentioned of tho preacher or tho congregation Dreaming that his house was on fires Louis Withers n prominent citizen of Stanford leaped front his bOIl bursting n blood vessel which resulted in ilia death a few minutes later Ho was ill years old and ono of tho best known men in Lincoln county W A MoKcnzle a young farmer of Christian county while hunting n chick on hawk mot with an accident that may cause tho lose of his feet In some Way his gun was discharged and tho toad took effect in his right foot Time mem her is horribly shattered Mr Link of Upper Gnrrard says that a mad dog got Into his flock of sheep and bit several beforo it could bo killed It also bit several head of cattle belonging to him and surrounding neighbor About this time lust year a mad dog bit Bovcral head of cattle tor him Daniel Short u small boy of Jackson picked up n bottlo containing some kind of liquid timid for amusement persuaded Seldom liack another boy about line size to tnko n drink from the bottle An a result of his folly little Hack ban been very ill over sluice Tho bottlo contained poison A friend tells us that ho recently went into the store of a business man who diet not advertise and was surprised to find him busy Time storekeeper It tains pired had tho itch and n Waterbury wntch and when ho wasnt scratching himself ho was winding his watch May field Monitor Danville IIs hard on keepers of crap games Last week Georgo Griffin was taken to the penitentiary for ono year and fined etWO for running a crap game Under time same judgment limo Is forever barred from voting or holding publlotoflko in tho state and tho law forbids pardoning by tho governor What We Inherit Wo are not to blamo for We cannot be held responsible for the depositions awl = tendencies which wo derive from our ancestors nor aro wo responsible for the germs of disease which may manifest themselves in our blood cut a Hedtt frota former generations But we responsible tf we allow there traMl leretop into serious dizain irhtcfc wit Impair our ustfulMM flied nUsttey ef ==bspplnesa Vi are iwpoflsibk K iti trasmwll ktrdeaetmtate tip Ne lH fMM wfciek it b jtoeeiM tot wp ettutlk l1ee4 by the I MM tart tyWoodentif Less cent IS tpUUM MB JN nnl flMtI1 Mw- x awIf71f t r f x V it iFi Jff J L sJJ Ok r 1 itr r t r lJ I fei tc a Mi j fJcrJrii v- l G = rW t i jj n U 1ttA +btJ E tleR r Qery I PJCNOeit OOOPSK J dDtlt mR Jr f nAZI aRE4CN ti i RX r FUTURE OF ASHANTEE The English Programme to Develop the African tlotd CoILl Now that the object of eeauling the recent expedition to Aahantco is at lamed and Britisli protection is ex tended to the c0untrie from the gold coast as for aa 100 miles north of ushIt Is worth considering what t effect will be produced on the future of our gold coat colony The country in tho interior differs entirely in its character from the forestclod land oi AshantcCyThe northern limit of the A forest 1 4cnelwd about 60 miles north- of Copmassie where the country b v corte4an open grassy plain relieved nt 7 Jnlervala by patches of woodland ThIN r r tilain extends north and east towan- Ahe Niger and to the eastward the 1e ftt y I const bent of forest is considerably nar l rower than opposite Coomassic Tin i fJ nlr ot the plains is dry and healthy elephants lions and otter game Ie abound the natives own large herds ol cattle and horses further to the north e nail east various Housa tribes such aA the Orushl Dngombn Yoruba etc live In large numbers and are engaged In trading and hiring themselves out as- BoUllcrs to protect cnravntui The lam gunge of this interesting race in stntei to be spoken by 16000000 people ntM it Is the lingua franca of this part ol Africa It Is tho men of this race who keep the most horses and own thi largest herds of cattle and with that comparatively rich nnd populous coui try it is hoped we may open up U ilnuriahing ttadc In furtherance of this object n nnr rowgnuge railway lino has been nwr royal unit the construction of It nil probably soon be coutnicnccd Startling from Saltpond on the coast bo twecn Acorn and Cnpc Const It will proceed by the vnlley to the east ol the Adausl hills to HH northern ternii IUIB near the edge of the plains in the neighborhood of Mnini on This routt offers tow tllfileuItlcR to tho engineer i anti promises economical construction i I hut on Saltpond in an unimportant place n coast line of rallwny will COB neat it with Cape Coast and Accra further trading facilities will be glwu by the construction of n breakwater to protect the landing at the last ntrn honed place It IH by measures such ItK Unlit that tree colonial secretary will improve what he calls the undeveloped 1 estates of tho crown The opening up of the forest noun try npMnra at present almost a hop loss tonic Tho air in so damp that it in Impossible to make clearings by burning the undergrowth while the irccx arc so close anti the natlvca art by nature FO indolent that nothing In tIn way of pioneer work can be ex looted from native enterprise So long us they have enough to eat the coast and forest tribes will do noting un lose forced by the more vigorous whit man Doubtless gold exists in abun dance in this forest land but speoH tutors must remember that it is a very difltoult matter prosjxctlnj for sewI here an comimred with the open healthy veldt of South Africa and the thinly wooded plains of west Australia Ho European could do manual labor on the went coast and live and own Of overseers the death rale would IK very high for it is well known that where the ground in the forest is dis turbed thin malaria arising from It It crenscs Its dcadllness Therefore ticI gold coast cannot under prevent oon dlUoiiR l o considered a promising jv gion for the investor In gold or any other mines For tho same reason wt must Iw prepared to ICFC some valimbl lives before the projected railway I completed Standard Ashautce Cor London WORKSHOPS MAY BE DUSTED I Kew Am n ta3 which Will Cunocrvo tlu Health of Operativ- eIt is a rule of tummy it not allj insur I nuco companies in taking n risk upon u woodworking shop that the fine dut I nhicV accumulates In great qunntltiti upon the beams anti joists overhead nut elsewhere shall be periodically re snored They must be kept clean It has been shown by experience that thi dust develops explosive qualities to atI most us great an extent as that of Elam mills Dy ordinary method the tv moyal is attained with considerable la oor and In proportion to the amount ol labor is apt to be the degree of neglect At the Atchison Topeka tC Santa Fc railroad shops at Fort Madison In compressed air is made to perform the task with hut little work Air pipes art run through the building overhead nnd at intervals they ore provided with fit tings for the attachment of hose Once a week a man is detailed who goes aloft nnd blows the air Into every crevice and over every exposed surface As n result the timbers become as clean and as freei from dust as if tho buildinghad but just been completed The improvement in appearance alone ought to be worth the trilling expcnditurv The practice nf lord another and n very neat Illustra tion of the many possibilities of com p tensed aentccllallway Age By n divine instinct incurs mind HJ trust ensuing danger nap uy proof it ace the waters swell before a bols aikriA- kcipcareLci ft = I J POEM OF SOUL- SIhctd3leKitdby U n daisy r Apt I would like 10 mi- kelilact the itomiMtdoa c tad rd tit 001Nltt 71fortenJ want to netp the party WJth Mart u4 heat and taM And bolt be happy having McKinley lad Uw band Nltt AWsonon eerlous tfftoeUen I haw wa iu ltd that UeKtala A a J 4rWlMi kl owl vrhtr he to At Itt- Slnndgroon1m Rind to kw McKlalay line Joabcd me nailed MO That lator ut St Lout lie wlaa Uu victory Nutt Davis Ive alai R felt we needed JIM like MKlatey N teto the front Hk iioee And take tli party through XI- UCuUomJ tan nt Mar pleasure la rlitn t here to state Im happy to surrender- 11r cbaiw to one M great Nit Quay IM vlnK to help HcKlnley- Swtp all tve other states And Uy and by Ml throw him The Psrnwy dluateextu MoKlnla Ah gaaUcHen I thank yen For what rowYMJd today Ton know that Vm relying Oa evary word you My Nit And RWttlpietn I kaftan To Slvo yvu now a Mt Of neap to wit youre honked for IeKhakYs CaWNitsN1 Sun POINTS AND OPINIONS Dots Mr Mclttntay renltoe that every Jfapoleon has hla Waterloo St Paul Globe It hooks as though HcKlnley hadll- ditiApcd some of the fat Into Hill Clmiiilfers bailiwick Illinois Suit llegister Maj McRlnley and lute logical Wl lad the republicans to tho worstWO tll fdiitM over iuflicti OH thl mrty since lu I organization 40 years agttChkarr The rpuMtoana of Kvutuckjr an I fast out that W 0 llradley lass I j no idea cbon his own velfUh and rkllcu i louts personal and that be u aa small a map aa his own pmkirntia proapecta Umfcrill Courier Journal KxPrtefclent is aahl U I noauIleast BO hwy a rumor jrortifr tlu round of the press If trut we bef to rewind lienjamta that McKinky does not have to wear bis graiMlraO r a hat to inak hint popular with tins peopkTuledn Blade Rep McKlnky xeeina to have tUgcji tiered a fueling of btterhteso on the part of all the other eantiktates which will work very seriously against his chant In the convention The Impression pre vnlls that he lass carried the grab policy too far and lies invaded the fiehU of hot rivals without any ulequatc ev ruse This has angered nil the other cnndidatcc and so they will all be more or lees unfriendly to McKinltvr in the oouvent Ion Itoeton Globe McKliilry Financial Vlcun Yes it is truu that Mr MeKinleya spccchus In the house of rcpresentat ire several years ago shrewd n strong leaning toward silver lh spoke earnestly for the protection ot the imtIons silver product It IH also true that he spoke npxjoly for a pmoloy which would keep- gold and silver money side byside in Uie national currency These things nro matters of record and known to nil students of recent congrewiional his tory Since then nil that the people have known about Mr McKinleys llnnntlnl views is that ho has a very great de sire to propitiate both sides of the con troversy And ill this position he has plenty of company Most of the cnudl dates now before the country are not a worth more than is absolutely necessary Mr McKinley could mnko a great hit by speaking out like a man bud what he thinks on the money ftI fJ Ra i rj key THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION A Democrats ForccaAt of the rruh bU Outcome Forecasting the initial ballot In i national convention is always a hazard ous undurtaklnK The flntiMeKinloy who essayed tine work in he Chronlule of March 17 mnj have put time McKinley strength too high or toe low Ills estimate of 233 votes for McKinley might easily be too high if the credentials committee in the St Louis convention Is organized against the McKinley candidacy but if that coimnlMoe Is organised on McKinley lines it will certainly be found much too low There will be nearly If not quite 100 contests coming up to Su Louis from the districts of the south It Is as sumed that practically all of these will be decided against McKinley from the fact that the national republican corn ratttee which will make up the tern porary roll of delegates may be sup posed to seat the antlMcKlnley men constituting In this way a majority McKinley In the temporary delegation from every southern state which would workiiujT In conjunction with the Morton Quay Jleed Allison Cullom Mamlorson and sliver bullion states of the north enable the nntlMc Khiley managers to orgunlw the com mittoe on credentials This line of management is entirely I practicable If the anti Melcinley leRdI ers stick together limit they will not H stick If advance bulletins of the ftrst ballot in St Loute are now to be come fashionable I will make one Mc Kinley will have 350 votes on that bal lot This can only be made possible through a contract between him and Quay and 1latt but my estimate is baAMl upon the conviction that that contract wISl be made just as one evi dently has been made between McKln Icy aril Ioraker In Ohio With Quay and Platt assured of their ixitency un der a McKinley administration the national republican committev could not be iwud agttinst the Ohioan in the south even with Allisons own Clark son In the Moremrysbip of thatbod ANOTHER SPRING BLIZZARD Gkiroytr tlhwtfdt Chronicle flodlnr ambition Uarrtaou saying telling gucsUoD manager agalmt Awl in addition to such an invaluable service to MeKinley on the first ballot Platt and Quay inspired by that qual ity of gratitude which is a lively sense of favors yet to come could give Me Kinky enough voteaout of the middle states to nominate him whenever ltatt should drop Morton He might drop him on the second ballot or he might not But time la not netieetarily of the essence of such contract as 1 am eon j laced McKinley has mantle or mII make with Plat and Quay Tho question iis not one of McKinley political morals There are managers IH politic as in pugilism The man alters of McKinley are the tariff pinto oats of this country tho men who made the McKinley law in ISuO which au Mr Carnegie line told us was an drafted by McKinley simply an enact I hug clause with blank schedules to be fllled In by the reproentntivt ofnfhnt industries They Ailed them in to such purpose that the country re volted against high protection Nobody knows better than the tarlfT man agers that the revolt is not over Pres ent hole of republican success la not j due to a belief that a republican victory means a return to blank taritT rlM dulet to heI filled in by tariff plutocrats A republican congress with Allison in tho white house would never give the plutocrats what they want In no other way by the election of McKinley can the country be convinced that Mc Kinley Urn is approved That fact explains the money power which is behind the McKinley candi dacy It explains the political power behind that candidacy It cx plains time tremulous and fear sonic assurances of Senator Cullom nnd Senator Aldrich and Mr Clarkson that Mr McKinley is notalouc responsible for the McKinley law nut it is vain for them to appeal to the tariff plutocrats for help Tin ox knoweth his owner but the owner knoweth also his ox The St Louis convention will be a triumph of tariff plutocracy Morton will be sacrificed Allison will be slaughtered IcKlnlcy will be nom inatcd Chicago Chronicle I 4r FATE THAT BEFALLS BIRDS Borne of Them Commit Satrlde and OUt ere Die by Acclilrut Many strange accidents have occurred to birds while feeding An Irish not umllst once observed a dunlin beha lag very curiously on time seashore The bird rose in the air and Hew for a sbortI distance then alighted and shook lu head violently in a vain endeavor toIi detach a round lump observable up its bill The incumbrnnce proved to beI u cocklo which the dunlin hail open and innocently attempting tone gotiate hail been trapped by it Thi kind of bivalve accomplishment no los an authority than Mr Tegetmler dc clares to bo not at all uncommon on our shores A Whltstnble cockle recent bore testimony to the veteran natural ists assertion by capturing a green tin net by one of Its toee A poor little ehafllnch was fount dead in the neighborhood of Epsom It short time ago with its lower man tlible firmly imbedded in the shell of beech nut that had become so Inltx trieably fixed that the bird had died from starvation A hen pheasant wa not long since observed by n sportsmai flying round nnd round in time most unaccountable fashion and on being sho was discovered to have n large oak lea impaled upon Its beak so as to com pletvlyI obscure Its vision Herons sometimes choke themselve by attempting to swallow large trout how large may be judged to sonia ex tent from the fact that I recently ills sectcd n bird of this species in whosc maw was a large water rat in a perfec state of preservation An eider duet leas been killed through attempting to swallow n toad and a bullhead or mill ers thumb has proved too much form water rail n little grebe and a king usher A member of the lust unmet species was discovered a season or tw hack in n Cambridgeshire ditch b tome sporumcn unable to fly except for a short distance and upon beini caught sad examined it was found thai tho bird had a young pike protruding from its gullet As soon as the fish which measured no less than four and three tluarters inches wns removed tlu kngfisht How away apparently uom the worse for its exjerlencB- HlrdR that employ hair in the build Ing of their nests sometimes come U grief by hanging but should say vets seklom indeed in the following singulAr manner A gentleman who tend a mini bcr of colts upon his farm one daj noticed a small bird entangled in tit log hair of the tail of one of them Tin lUUo creature hail evidently been it search of material wherewith to Un its nest and by some unaccountable ao ridciit lied become entangled in the un kempt hair of the colts tall Castes 01 birds getting their feet entangled in bits of yarn or string art not at nil un common especially in the breeding semi and whenever the victim of tlili IFoUn of mishap hnpjRiiK to get the 1m fastened in n tree or among stones death is pretty sure to be there suit unless prompt human aid is forthcoming In the spring of the year 08 everybody knows the dead leaves 01 pampas grass fall to time ground am curl up like the shavings train n cur Mentors bench A correspondent mom tions finding a poor robin which had ae uklontally got one of these pieces called around its neck to tightly that it wa unable to feed nUll tilled of starvation Cornhill Magaxine PASTE THEM IN A SCRAP BOOK AilvniiUiKt ut lrt4 rvlnR Upping from Current xewpaperw- There are many good things ace stonally in the dally tapers editorials locals literary nuttier etc which conM he preserved in the scrap honk AIM here and there In a magazine Is a stor or some article or contribution of value knowllCditlively little use A wrap book of such matters would bo found exceedingly interesting If for nothing else The writer has seen HUll perused scrap books which were gems in their way The collators display core taste and judgment in the selection of the articles for preservation and it was testily a treat to look them over anti lore smith there peruse the entire arti cle Of course it depends altogether ou the collator whether he or she lint the requisite tact and Intelligence for elasiiifyiug and arranging articles lu such a medium It ninny well be called txluoatlon in Itself and the owners In such books are generally people of Jar more than ordinary intelligence Events of Important matters of great moment interesting local inci dents selections of genuine poetry anti many other things Incident to such n collection or compilation make up a work which at times proves to boor value not only for reference but us a reminder of scenes incidents and occasions which but faintly linger in memory Let the old scrap book once more inure its place in every family Teach the children its advantages nnd uses and have them assist in its prep aration The result will be a happy wellinformed intelligent household one which your friends will delight tc visit often and with you once in awhile Indulge In a remlniscential evening which will be made all the more enjoy able when tho scrap book is brought forth and its contents examined Har rlsburg Pa Independent SIr Thomas More was sent to par1- 1nment before he jnw 22 i j 1 Dearnt tt Cannot tra Cured br local applications as they cannot re tfindbeau portion of tiniest There 130 ono way to cute Deafness and that IsUyco itltuUonal remedies Dtjafucas Isaiuscd uan Inflamed condition ottno nmoeus Unfair of tho Enstachlan Tube When this tttbt eats Inflamed you f ave a rumbling sound or imperfect hoarlnp and when It is entire closed Deafness la tho result and unlM tbtt Inflammation can bo taken out and iutube testorcdtoiunonnal conditon hearing illbe destroyed forever nlno cases out of Ware caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an Inllamcd condItion of the mucous aujv faces Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollar for any cue of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by llalis Cuturru Cuts Bond for dreulars tree V J CnES nv 8Co Toledo 0 tWt3 old by Druinrists 75c JWlB Family Pflls S3 cents abuta 110llI1Mtrstill rrutttnl j As tIle West Islt Is often malarious Ball It la Itlouun to know that n competent nafo i guard Iu tin shape of HosUsttera Stomtck Bitters which nli oluMjr nullijira tUe poison rXtlJtff150111 lyetcrn bunt end Krauts should boar tits In aitnu Nor should It bo foiKuttcn the Bitters Is n sterling consuluiUon1 rhoumuUsm Ten Snxnirr1ous that fellow tvha broke pail loft a lnes +are behind Tiel I paper13xeusoAlt About Western Farm Lends UluaIi Ctikutgo Burlington stud Qulnc It It hi anus to give liilormntion in nu lutcmtlr way about thc farm minds of newest tii25 cents In post aO stamps to the Corn Belt willlbei i A CLOCK t with its ponderous embowel mcnls of lead unit bras Its jiert or twlcma dullness ol cummualfatiou Lamb FITS stoppoil freo by Dr Klines Great Nerve Restorer No Oas after first davsseM- arvelous cures Treatse and SI 11111 hit Uo free Dr Kline tltl Arch St 1hiU J4 whohavesad a differunoe Y Mutt and Excnss FOR Whooping luuth IMsos Cute is a sutfOMliil rwmtfdyM P DIETCK 07 Throop ATC 1 Brooklyn N Yuw1461 A MANS best friend are tale ten lingers Robert CoIler I BankPresident Isaao Lewis of Sabina Ohio I Is highly respooted all through tiat I section He has lived in Clinton tea T5 years and has been president d the I Sabina Runic So years He gladly tHf- lus to the merit of Hoods Sur ipuriln I and what ho says Is worthy attention All brain workers find Hoods Rarsapa rilla peculiarly adapted to their needs It makes pure rich red blood and I from this comes nerve mental bodily strenglhII ilIS313II blood purifier It bug done me good many In For several years I suffered greatly with jmins of Neuralgia In one ey and nbout my turvilos rpc chilly nt iiiclit wiiou 1 had bcou IJUVJIL a halt day ol pliynlcol and iiiotitliib i I took many iviurdias but found help oniy tu Uixxls SunwpariUa which cured mo If rheumatism aeurabjin mad 1I1Ilu1ef I Hoods Saro rlllit hue proem itself u Ira friend 1 nil toko Hoods Pills t kocp my bowels rrtdr and Hko the jlis very mach ISAAC LKWIS tjubma O- hioKood9s SarsapariHa lathe eTn cHWvxll urfer AlHlruTfU II- Ireparedonly by C t 1I00Ut Co Lowell 1s Hoods Pills Art prompt oNctrnt easy rcpt II I A SHINING EXAMPLE of what I may be accomplished by never wary ing devotion to a single purpose is I seen in the history of the McCornuck Harvesting Machine Co Chicago For 65 years they have simply been building grain and grasscutting machinery I and while there are probably forty manufacturers in this line it is j safe to say that the McCormick i Company builds onethird of uStdithe binders and mowers I I IIjI I we potlUrelr cute thati i J the remedy Jeer not j I oranrINeal Catarrh It a localI disease and U the reI I I u4IELYS CREAM BALM I beIImtq rend loormtomnon Heals Che Qnm tru tecti the ttembnns and la meet m5 i i I COLD H C ICI Itelto the SIIIIt of Teate analln11t Iialm U qaleklr mbsorbed rend Kite relief al iIIfrolD tlstaorbycoatiLi w York I OPIUM HEAD e ran Sr i lwottuft WIKJ poet tfc I tNestS ttY1Cletl teetihwlatmti- r j J- SJ i l D to ti I a tv d STIWUNG EXAMPLES Of Many Great Men Who Had Low i Beginnings tow Can Not Keep n Good Stun Down However Opprc rtl lie U hound to- titleBertuon by flew T l oVltt- Tnlutagr 1JIJ Dr Tnlmogo chase for his text lost Sunday Genesis xxxvll2S They drew anti lifted Joseph out of the pit and sold Joseph to tho Ishmaelitos for 20 pieces of silver Genesis xiv SO lie fa governor overall tho land of Egypt You can not keep a good man down God has decreed for him a certain point of elevation Ho will bring him to tha though it cost him a thousand worlds You sometimes find men fearful thoy will not be properly appreciated Every inah comes to be valued at just what he is worth You can not writo him up and you can not write him down The facts are powerfully illustrated in tuy subject It would bo nn Insult to suppose that you woro not nil i familiar with tho life of Joseph How his jealous brothers threw him into n pit but seeing a caravan of Arabian g merchants trudging along on their aWlls with spices mil gums that loaded the fir with aroma sold their broth ijerto these merchant who carried him down into Egypt Joseph there sold to Fotipluir a man of iniluencc nUll ollloe i How by Josephs integrity ho raised himself to high position in the realm J until under the also oh urge of a vile wretch ho was hurled into thu penitentiary low in prison ho corn l ojantVd tvspeel and confidence How j bytht interpretation of Phara ohs dream he was frood and be icame tho chief Ulan in tho realm tho Hisiuaivk uf his century How in the t time of famine Joseph tad the control of a uiaguitictfiit storehouse which ho had filled during seven years of plenty How when iris brothers who had thrown him into the pit and sold him into captivity applied for corn he sent j them home with tha tKHSsto of burden burnt down under tho heft of time corn sack How the sin against their brother which hud so long been hidden iI fame out at lust and was returned by that brothers forgiveness and kindness the only revenge ho took You see in thu first place that tho world is compelled to honor Christina character Potiplmr was onlya mon of the world yet Joseph roo in his es timation until all tho alFnirs of that great house woro committed to his eharo From his sorvnnt no honor or ttmfiilfntr was withheld Whon Joseph was in prison he soon won tho heart of the keeper and though placed there 4tor being n scoundrelI ho soon con tho jailer that he was an inno i cent and trustworthy man and ro leased from close confinement ho be came general superintendent of prison affairs Wherever Joseph wus placed whether a servant in the house of Poti phar or a prisoner in tho poni tcptiary ho b camo tho first man everywhere and iis an illustra tion of tho truth I lay down that the world is oom polled to honor Christian eliamctor There are those who affect to despise n religious life They speaker it as a system of phlebot omy by which the man is bled of all his courage and nobility They say ho has bemoaned himself They pretend to have no more confluence in him since his conversion than before his conver sins Hut ell this Is hypocrisy There is a grunt deal of hypocrisy in tho I church and there is a great dual of hy pocrisy outside the church It is im 4 1 possible for any man not to admire and J confide in a man who slows that ho has really become a child of God and is what he professes to be You can not despise a son of tho Lord God Almighty Of course wo have no admlni tli religionI after tho ruflians had gone Into the rail train pastngorst1lrowrutUans tool time poeketbooks and Satan conies nail suggests to a man that he throw np his arms in hypocriti r cal prayer and pretension and thou pronlcnIonIledwnld the king after baptism had an altar for Christian sacrifice and an altar for sacrifice to tho devils and there are many men now attempting the same thing half n heart for God itisof religion and the only successful as thoinconslstencmay have a contempt for pretension to religion but when you behold the excellency of Jesus Christ como i discipleswthere is good and no ble in your soul rises up into admira Thoughthatyou estate ns tho Egyptian slave of whom we aro discoursing was beneath his rulers yournature EudoxlnUl0with death he made tho reply Tell sinSuch miration of tho world There was whichdemanded nottheyoaico and dlgnljjy for a thousandth jrtof that tru heroism which beam 4 artofUatuDconquC l a a not cower b fore Felix Felix coweredl worldflag theirhenrtaChristianfirmapoverty deathIaI and occupations and I flail them re suecussfu1Joluiigr passiufromhealll1glorFry owgntoJrlsono PhilippidriringIOOKO tho chain as woll as tho lives of tthousands Thohuoporal and spiritual welfare of tho race aro monuments of the Christian roll gion that shall not crumble while the worM lasts A man said to nut in tho earn What is religion Judging from tho character ninny professors of ro legion I do not wdiulro religion ttI sold Now suppose we went to An artist in galluryf painting would he take us out in a low alloy and show us a mere dnub of a pretender AllMlnUnar1or would ho take us down Into the corridors and show us tho Reubens and the Raphaels and the Mlohnel Angclos Ialn we asked him What is thu art of pointingr he point to the work of these grunt IIIMS tern and stay That is pnii tiiif Now you propose to find limo more uarieaturo of religion to seek after that whloh iIs mere pretension of n holy life sad you call that religion I point you to tho splendid men nUll women whom this dispel has hloaicd amt lifted and erowned Ixvolc at the mftslorpieeoa of Divine grave If you want to know what religion is Wo also lenrn from this story of Jo seph thAt the result of itorMeution iIs elevation hind it not boon for his be lug sold into Egyptian bondage by his maliclonn brothers and Ins fads IMi privonntcnt Jowph never would hnvs become a governor UvTrylMxiy ne oepts the promise meowed aro they that are persecuted for rlgkt n mieat sake for theirs Is time Kingdom of Heaven fall they do not renlba thu fact that this principle applies to troll ly ns well us spiritnsl success It Is true in nil departments lien rteo to high positions through mUrenroMntM tlon Public abuse k all that MMIHI of our publie men have had to rely upon for their deration It bus bro ght to them what talent and tmeecutire fore could not have nchlevuI iltxnj of tluvso who are making greet Olfert for plane and power will hover SlliJ cued just because thrarll not of enough importance Ui be nbusinl It is the nature of men that Is o all generous and reH onablo Itogather about those who are jwrsetHttV mud defend thom ami they are tint tc forget tho fault of those who are tin subjects of attacks while attempting tc drive back the slanderer Pers Mu tion Is elevation Helen Stick tlu Scotch martyr standing with liar bus band at tho plavu of eu iitlon swirtf HusKand let us rejoice k Hlixy we have lived together mutiny happy years this is time happiest time of all our life you sew we are to be happy toycUioi forever He bravo now bo brave i will not say tioodnight to you for m shall soon htr In the kingdom tiC out father together P rseeution shows tho hero and heroines I go Into an other department mind I that that those grunt denominations of Christian which have been most abused linvo sy road the mst rapidly No good man was over more violently maltreated than John 1Vcsloybelled and earl caturwl and slandered until one day hhe stood in n pulpit in London and a ulna arose In the audience and MidhCHl were drunk last night and John WOIo Icy said Thank God the wholo oafc alogue is now complete 1 havo beOn charged with everything but that Ills followers were hooted at and ma ligned and called by every detestable name that Infernal Ingonulty could invent but the hotter tho prosecution tho more rapidly they spread until you know what a great host they havo bo como and what a tremendous force for God and the truth they are wielding all time world over It was porsttuutlon that gave Scotland to Prosby tcrlans It was persecution that gave our land first to civil liberty anti nib crward to religious freedom Yea I might go further back and say It was persecution that gave the world tho great salvation of the Gospel The ribald mockery tho hun goring nUll thlrstlngtho unjust charge tho Ignominious death when all the force of hells fury was hurled agalns the cross was tho introduction of thin religion which is yet to be the earth deliverance and our eternal salvation Tho state sometimes said to tho churolft Come take my hand nnd I will help you What was tho result Tho church went back and it lost Its estate of holiness and it became ineffective At other times tho stet said to tho church I will crush you What has been tho result After tho storms have spent their fury tho church so far from having lost any of its force has increased and is worth infinitely more nftor the assault than before Read nil history and you will find that true The church is tar more indebted to the opposition of civil government than to its approval Tho Area of tbq stake have only been the in his handtorches which Christ held Vy tfce llfht 9t wkkh the cknrek W 01 t a 9 J r f marched to her present glorious posi tion In the sound of racks and imp ments of torture I hoar tho rutublin of the Gospel chariot The scaffolds II martyrdom have been the stairs by which tho church mounted Learn also from our subject that aln will como to exposure Long long ago bad thoso brothers sold Joseph into Egypt They had made the old father beliovo that his favorite child was dead They had suppressed tho crime aud itt was a profound secret Well kept by tho brothers Uut suddenly tho secret is out The old father hears that hU son is in Egypt having been sold there by the malice of his own brothers Ionv theirchuoks must have burned nnd their hearts sunk at tho laming out of this long suppressed orime Tho smallest iui gaily has a thousand tongues and they will blab out exposure Saul was sent to destroy the CannnnttOH their sheep and tholr oxon but when begot down there among tho pasture he saw somo fine shcop and oxen too fat to kill so he thought ho would steal them Nobody would know IU Ho drove thaw stolen sheep curd oxen toward home ut stopped to report to thu prophet how he Iced oeeutod his mission whon in tho dUtanea Use sheep began to blunt and tho oxen to hollow Tho secret was outand Samuel said to thubluuhlngand l oonfuse Saul What menncth tho bleating of tho sheep that I hear andl mydyou ann y still At just the wrong time tho sheer will bleat and the oxen will bellow Aohau can not steel tho Itabylohtsh garment without being stoned to death nor Arnold betray his country without having his nook strotohed Look over tho police arrests Those thieves these burglars those counterfeiters thoso highwaymen the o assassins they alll thought they could bury their iniquity so deep down it would never como to resurrection but there was some shoo tNt HMiwurod to the print in the soil sooH fntfto Iraks found in their powHttMon fotttd blftwli llltfo thn- tIiA xf Etta loath and tho I I I I I I trtwUUYbloomnursed by the snowflakes Tho furthest star on ono sldo of tho universe could not look toward tho furthest sldo of tho universe and say You are no relation to mo for from that bright orb a voice of light would ring across tho Heavens responding Yes yes we arc sisters Nothing in Gods uni verse swings at looso ends Accidents are only Gods way of turning a leaf in tho book of Ills eternal decrees From our cradle to our grave thero is a path all marked out Each event in our life is connected wlth every other event in our UtoQur losses may be tho most direct road to oar gals Our defeat and our victory art twJw tootbcrs TIM whole dinetlMi nit lI F tom lwr lIfe was chanf 4 by toa scea4cdF1 UI which seemed tremendous affectedI you but little Scda plans are msg nificent beyond comprehension UeI molds us sad turns and directs us andI wo know It not Thousands of yearsI are to Rim as the flight of a shuttle Tim most terrific occurrence does no make God tremble Tho most triumph ant achievement docs not lift Him into rapture That ono great thought oi God goes out through tho centuries and nations rise and tall and eras pea j and tho world changes but God still keeps the undivided mastery linking event to ovent and century to century To God they arc all ono event one i history ono plan ono development out system Groat nnd marvelous aro thy works Lord God Almighty I WILt yoars ago in Now Orleans at theoxposl tion rooms when n telegram was I to tho president of tho United at Washington andwas waited StntesII 15 or JO minutes and thus tho dents answer came back nnd then time tlhUngomcor waved his handker I chief and tho signal was sent to Wash ington that wo were reedy to have tho machinery of the exposition started and tho presi dent put his finger on tho eloctria button nnd Instantly the grunt Corlisi l wheel began to move rumbling rum bung rolling rolling It was over j whelming and 15000 people clapped iI nUll shouted Just ono linger at Wash r ington started that vast machinery hundreds mad hundreds of miles away and 1 thought thou as 1 think now t that mon sometimes touch influence j I that respond in tho tar distance 40 I years from now 50 yarn from now 1000 years from now 1000000 years I from now one touch sounding through I tho rages We also learn from this story tho pro prints of laying up for the future During the seven yoars of plenty j Josuph prepared for tho famine mall whon it came ho had n crowded storehouse Tho life of most mon in a worldjy rwpoct is divided into years of pfonty and famine It in seldom that any titan passes through lifo with I i out at least seven yours of plenty I I During those seven years your bunt mess bears n rich harvest You s ar oly know where all the money eoMM trout it coma so fast Ev I i i ury bargain you make seems to turn I I into gold You contract n few bad debt You are astonished with largo j dividends You Invest more and moro I capital You wonder how men can j i bo content with n small business gath I ering in only n few hundred dollars whilo you reap your thousands Thoso i are the seven years of plenty Now j Josaph has time to prepare for tho threatened famine for to every nmn there do como nlmostjj onrSof fiuuino You sinkI you will be unfortunate you hnrdlttmtWIt j If you have no storehouse upon which to full lack you may bo famine struck We have no admiration for this denying ones self nil personal comfort and luxury for limo mere pleas j tire of hoarding up this grasping grasping for tho moro pleasure of sue lag how large a pile you can get this always being poor because ns soon as a dollar comes in it is sunt out to see if it can find another dollar so that It can carry It homo on its back Wo have n contempt for all i those things but there is an intelligent nml noblomlndcd forecast which wo love to sue in mon who have families anti kindred depending upom thorn lorII the blessing of education and homeI Goth sends us to the insects for n lesson which while they do not stint thorn selves in tho present do not forgot tholr duty to forecast tho future Go to the nut thou sluggard consider liar ways and bo wise which having no i guide overseer or ruler provlduth her j taunt in the summer and gatheruth j food in tho harvest herII INTERESTING ITEMS I i MONK than 40000000 small fish wcro placed in Lake Erie recently by the Now York state fish hatchery A IUIU to make Andrew Jacksons birthday a legal holiday has boon Introduced in tho New York legislature STKIHKN CIIXME tho novelist Is fond I of masquerading as a tramp and living temporarily in tho haunts of tho hobo TIIK Teachers college of Now York j oily has been given 250000 and proceed to add a western wing to willII college building ExiKiUMKNTP that have been malting for 501110 time past in growing tobacco In Alameda county California are 1 showing satisfactory results HAHDTACK Is doomed in tho French I navy 51 Lockroy has ordered that soft bread baked an board shall hence forth be served out to tho sailors in stead of ships biscuit VESUVIUS is again active liquid lava flowing from many little outlets from tho crater opened last July and mak ing tho mountains very picturesque M night ArrKit 1809 Sobostopot will no longer be a commercial port and tho newport of Thoodosla built uy the Russian government and just completed will take its place HKCAUSC of the mild winter and the unusually light fall of snow the Yose mite ralley Is apes id tourists muck iHurller tkkm year thus nKaal The first 11o alpaileirag+ btg xwtabert l wt t SMi- l ii t s cf fr Ii r 1i Y7z I+ PtR LAO JMPKMOWAl Maronrdcl red the most io1cnniooktH men in the CtUtcd States senate In this connection it jmny be rtHwrkd that ho made his fortune In the wax facturo of gravestones 0- One of the friends ortbe Jw iVAumnlo the other day in talking io the i rlnee ot the coming tnarrhge of the second daughter of the Due de Chartrta to the son of Marshal MMS Mahon referred to Its ltOsal ta palitlatl effects Yea said the former corn mender of the Seventh corps we have been forbidden to give our Ions to Wo army so we give our daughters Tho familiar song urn Hang Mjr- Hnrp on a Willow Tree has attached to It a bit of royal romance It was written by a young nobleman who became enamored of Queen Victoria a useendedthelkritawhich event destroyed hisI hopes of winning her hand The words first appeared in on English ujngnxlae set to music by WehlingtonGucruaeyr Pope Leo XIII has presented to the queen regent of Spain the Jftilorjti Altcmpo In Homo which he purchased recently for 100000 francs The pal ace was formerly n monastery anti wan rebuilt and decorated by Cnrdinnl Marco of Altcmpo Recently the queen regent of Spain expressed n strong desire to own a palace In Home nail tho pops has now gratified her wish Charles II Hemming of Gained QQOIu dead to uoreotedinJnol onvIUcFIn- it a native of that city and ttcrved In tho confederate army throughout the war The monument la to be 60 feat high BUnnountml by a hurolo bronze statue of n confederate private soldier with lifoslxc statues of Leo Jackson Albert Sidney Johnston and Oem Dickinson of Florida MEASURED BY HIS YARD STICK How A Lot Owner Out Run with an Ava rloloiin Neighbor Cuts are wild to lime Mint lives flit Uuru is more than one way of killing them Two brick houttua standing ride by vide In a street wont of Central park are standing witnessed of the truth ot this uewldskared proverb Not tummy months ago thure were two vacant lotfl whore the house now stands Tho owner of one of the lots duoldud to build When tho walls of the new hoes were about completed tho owner of the adjoining lot decided to follow his example He employed n sure t cyor to stake out the houss Tho eur voyor discovered that the walls of the house in course of erection ou the other jlot extended just ouo Inch over the rty lute Ho informed his em ployor of the fact who Immediately communicated with the owner of tho property demanding un exorbitant Rum for the property accidentally ap preprinted The owner of lot 01 did not prove a complacent victim to the extortion Ho at once gave orders to have Urn of funding wnll torn down and rebuilt The other man ruthor dlrapolntcdnt being n victim of his own avarice pro coodcd with the erection of the second house building his wall close against that of tho house first erected When tho second house was all com plet wl tho owner moved in A few days afterward ho was duiufoundcd to re echo u notice similar to the ono ho had sent out himself demanding the same amount na he Iirul named tho reason be lug stated lime walls of the house you Juno just completed and are now oc cupying extend one Inch over tho prop eras line on my property He employed n surveyor again and found that the statement was only too true What had happened was this Tho owner of the first offending wall when he hud had It torn down had with deliberation and mollco afore thought caused tho wall to be rebuilt one Inch on his own aide of tho lino realizing that the second house would probably bo built close againstthe first Thero was n choice of two things for the owner of lot No 8 to do fliUior to move out of the house In which ho had just got settled with his family and have it rebuilt or to pay the amount rolMrtvithat there was little use In taking it to the courts Ho accordingly piildthf price demanded and received de one Inch of land1Y Sun CCllM1J i Founder of this Ked CrcM Sottotjr Dr Henri Dunant who jointly wide 4 7 IhlM friend and fellow citizen tortlorl chairman of file Society of Public Util its nt Ocnen founded the Revl Cron society Is living almost universally for p gotten In the hospice of llcldett in the SWiss canton of Al1pe1 ell It was tko a horror and dlngust with which he con tbiuplated the tcrrlblo scones tlu t at tended or immediately followed thob1 n tie of Solferino June 4 1SWUlf1t moved hint to make nn appeal to tW + uatlous to take common action forth protection of tho sick rind woliuckd ISA war Ilemel fr a Ionglimebyop3aa Tc ilUon or Indifference Xr ilunnntii ti fort wets et length wwwfi d rconcluaiouihtAuggstl9t11 Dilr f- fu eonvcntkts aJMlt tksndtmt1os lied NNIIInh t It k thbu that Mtttt+iiwa iet tetedt I ati trgl I km k a JfU6 t t afar ur Do J 4y rt y II dl iJ e- O oo T i7 17 TIII SK I I yiilR1lLW 19 j 000fII r liiitac I WAI L HilKTCT Dttttlaatlr IIattt ar m 1M at 1411ttr ff S i i HAZEL GREEN K- YTHURSDAYMayl 14 1890I L f a illAUUNCEMENT son CONGRESS Wo nro nnthorlecd to nnnounco W Jt- XfCCKMtnty of Clark county nun candldati i v for Cflngrcsi from tho Tenth district sub- Ject i t to the action of tho Democratic party FOR ttRCUIT CUnK Wearo authorised to announce CHAS T BYRD of Compton as a candidate for tl office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe nI county subject to the action of the Demo cratic patty PURSUANT to n call by tho state exec i Utlvo committee tho Democrats of Wolfe I county arc requested to meet At Cam ton on Saturday May 30 at 2 oclock m In moss convention for tho purpo j of sending delegates to tho Democratic lItttte convention to be hold at Loxlng ton Juno 3 to select delegates to attend tile National Democratic convention ntn Chicago July 7 1890 0 0 HANKS Chairman J R CABHOM Secret- aryLAOONIOILIVE NEWS A IHJCJUKK ordering tho wilo of tl- r r NortlicrnPnc1GcrafroadhaabecneigncTilE d et nt Louisville Juno 14 In state convcnI tton Tin richest man In Germany is not a 1 brewer but Krupp tho maker of cnn r iions His Income is said to bo 1800I ClOO annually w THE great Jackson easo at Newport was given to tho jury Tuesday afternoon but wo have not heard anything further i up to tho present time t I Mi68TuMASrEiiuj80K daughter P lInr1dinmarried in Washington City May 28th Six JIKK known as tho Duck gang F aro to dlo on thin old federal gallows at Fort Smith Ark July 1 Tlwy their sentences with the utmost indlflbrI easeA HOGSHEAD of tobacco weighing 2700 pounds was sold on tho breaks tin Cincinnati tho other day It nmo from West Virginia and is probably tho heat r twit one over oflercd t TUG larirest gold brick ever cast in the Blank hula was recently deposited in n Dcndwood bunk It weighed trifle IMS than ISOpounds and was worth 110000 It wpb tho result of a fifteen dnyuoutput tt MAT CS forests nro nwcwed nt 35 1250000 and are worth vastly more us n matter of courao Maine is nn intell Cent state but it is not setting tho ox ample it bhoiild on tho subject of for entry s Tho committee leaving in charge tho tiopklneKendall contest havo by n party vote decided in favor of Hopkins They throw out tho Clark county veto two precincts in Knntt county anti the Jack j son precinct in Brenthitt Hopkins may tnko dent by tho 20th inst HorMKd tho multimurderer expiate his crlmca on the scaffold at Moynmen sing prison Philadelphia last Thursday HIS neck was broken in tho full In hi last cpccch on tho acnffuld ho went back on his Into snmuiUonnl confession nnd de iiiqd having killed anyone e Till stato Prohibition cnnycntion will inept in Covington May 25 nnd liJ Gen W hair nerd John O Wouley will nd Urcsa n mass meeting Monday evening the 20th Ono and onethird faro fort tbo round trip will be given by all rAil jonda lending to Covington or Cincin nati tr t f U 4 tt Tni fehnh of Persia was shot Friday last as bo was entering tho sanctuary for i 4ovoton Tho assassin waa disguised ns of syirn1nnndtnok deliberate aim the- hoart for Hllet entering tlio rcgiou of the w OUMi l death iM few wiuutci It 1lr- N i V tlwwjcbt tho Mwwaln is a rovolutlon fanatic MAnK tbo prediction Tho ntnt Democratic convention will itdopt a frco silver platform and ao will the nationn convention at Chicago In event how over that they fall to do 90 n three cor cored ticket will be in tho fieldcis tin people aro evidently and unmistakably for silver IF Toe Tenth district had the acttli of tho financial question Kermit would go twenty to one in favor of sount money Winchester Democrat Thats whore you are mistaken Char ley You have not canvassed this district nnd when you do you will see your mistake The sliver men constitute 70 per cent of the voters AN ACRE of locust timber planted nnd well cared for for 20 years would worth more than nn ordinary fnrm an tho Wisconsin Agriculturist Iron pole are already being tried because of the scarcity of fence ports in many regiom of this country Tho yellow locust itII exceedingly durable is easily propagated from seed and ia n rapid grower farmpQr tv6sugut out in tho land and another of corn tl was half n foot tall He accounted far this by saying that in those fields ho 1 hoi number of gas wells that ort burning all the time and tIle heat from this source has hastened the growth He paid S 7 000 for this farm before the oil boom but now liar four oil wells on tho land that bring him nn income of 8700 n month and ho hips refused 50000 for tothe farm by oil speculators What Is tho Question fIWhat is the main question IeIr people of tho Uuitcd States in this ye lEs G1 arty Is it tariffor money Y few almost universall judgment no is that the St Louis convention will nominate Major MpKinley for president He IH tho Republican of the hour Tho wide up rend preference for him might bo accepted PS proof that thrill must bo the main isms but still tho conventions which declare for the Ohio man express thomselvc with much emphasis on the money question somo for gold nnd some offor silver It would please tho Major and his friends to hare the sliver subject made ficcondnry in political consider lion and to overshadow every other topic with protection That is tho Majors strong hold That is where lie catches thooo who think that because tho conn dtry did not limo tho McKinley tariff 1 law during the hard times tho restoration of that measure to tho statute books would pave tho public highways and byways with gold and silver and precious stones Tho Hcntiment which joined to a pro tracted raid effective organization is car tying tho Major to n nomination iris not much body to it Ho is a hero of n past achievement His nnmo is given to n law which no party would into put bii on tho statute books Protection hckn goad enough rallying cry to got therm nation with rind avoid embtirniMing questions but the greatest inquiry Is ns to Major McKlnleys views on firmac0 Tho rational convention at St Louis will bo obliged to mako n definite deolimition on silver It will bo presented with that opportunity to veto directly on a rosolu thou for tho free mid unlimited coinageS of silver It will no doubt reject such nr resolution milt put its candidates on ItIII gold or straddle platform Either vl- 1o against silver Tho Democratic convention Chiang will bo squarely confronted with silvoi There ix no doubt that this money issuoI III the lending ono among Democrats Tho tariff Inns boon sidotraokcd ThoI administration gold mon do not talk tar IT They bond their entire onorgioa Ito managing Democratic conventions in the ntorct of gold Tlio froo silver moji t1h1fais on If the Democratic natuinal convej liar is wise it will tnko uptlmuilvui cuII lie Thou tho McKinley pooplu may cry that tho issue is tariff nnd that they arc not going to allow tliemsqlvos to bo cm bnrrasaod about binieUUisin Tho Dom ocrats may respond that the peoplo MO of tnriff tinkering and that the battle h to bo on money There is no doubt under fueh otrcnin Blancct ns to Low the issue will bo mndoI up Tho Republican party run its CilIlt didate will bo driven to a gold platform Candidates cnnoot always have u c oico Issues It yonld bo pleasant indeed n tnnn to Fect the rind nn whlolv has e nt to run for cilice No doubt Mpjor 1 tfcKiulcy wuld be dolljjhkd to be olccjb1 ConstipationCauses fully lialf the sickness In the world It retains tho digestedowl too long In the bowels and produces biliousness torpid liver led i 00 Sbad taste coatedt MMsI IsonmtaI I + euro constipation and nit Its resultscaaflyandlhoroughly2cAildruggistky a Tho only rills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla ted simply on tho ground that ho is nn agreeable gcntlcmnn That would bo lew trouble to him than even tho tariff bit Recd might be happiest to run for vico president on n platform of parlia mentary reform IIo cnuld not choose though Ho would bo obliged to walk up 10to tho solc1standard yaSllvrrl silver sliver This is going tlto ring in this cars of McKinley and ev crybody clso till election dry in Novem ber It Is tho platform on which De mocracy can unite find win A gold declaration nt Chicago would invite n division turu thousands of Democratic and Republican voters to the Populist column and throw the election of presii reprcscntuth8Clnntcinnati Enquirer To Tho Public Having disposed of my stock of me r chandise and retired from business I d slro all who arc indebted to moby note account or otherwise to call and settle nt once I can bo found nt my old stand so give this your immediate attention Thankful for your past patronage I am Respectfully yoursJOHN M Rose I h Notice V 1 I luivo placed my notes and accounts in the hands of Uollin Kash for sells tionand kindly ask nil who are indebted to mo to pay without being sued and save costs I am forced to collect and will buy all kinds of salable stock nud produce on debts or for merchandise at market prices Respectfully April 28 189G T1 DAY Dan Sit Davis was hint and killed b- ono Burton n clerk in Floyd Days store Roinsoiiu JitHtMondny Burnett pave himself np nnd claims to have acted in Idefenao G GREATEST CLOTHING SALE R t- IN THE HISTORY OP THE TRADE CQMNIENCBNC MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The s Largest and 8 Best 8 Stocks of 8 Glofhing a in s Kentucky REGARDLESS OP VALUE REGARDLESS OF COST REGARDLESS OF PRIo 1 Wo do not cnro whet prices competitors name we yill tnt o 25 fx cent oft of spate genii In our stock wo have Fifteen Hundred Suit of Clothing costing from 12 15 20 and 25 which wo have pul the knifo to the core j COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 750iI I TJWhen You Cornelr One Hundred and Fifty Middlesex Flannel Suits sowed with silk thread and now fresh goods at 700 per suitffl color guaranteed IB B1IS IS A 60BJrJ3BI I11our Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale which sold ntll 400 and worth 10 and 12 at HUn Pants at 50 cents 75 cental lord 1 worth 150 2 and H One Hundred pair Pants fine wool cassimoro at 2 worth 57 all You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good f Clothing At These Prices ft Lou1 this 5tl f D lEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINOTOM RKU PRRIS KY R VISJoPItAOTIOALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS f HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY W 1E14 IcmlloyIyour work Is respectfully solicited specialtyjj HOFFMANS 1 ei1fiffl fiI i it OI I SIQ J g w FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT Tlle Safest Best and MOST REn IIin Eastern Kentucky Rates Hensol1nb ASSETS OVER 26 OOOOO + LOSSES PAID 27 00000 t Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling KyJrr r Z 11 ll I iII1k i3Il x TIjE RIAT ror lNESS TRAINING SCHOOL L Tj1FSOUTR 9LMff e ItIIItdsprlJIll HDVDxEDS or GRaDV ES HOLDING nut FOSS 1llrY lll TfI1DECabMEUOtG BY fH UADIKGt BUSINESS ftN m- arv4 T t ts r o qWdmQjVA tJVr k l JldlwI i a t jI i i rrr tJ d mE HERALD e fezil Green Haarsays llappenlngs John H Evnns took in the Louisville races lost week J M Havens Spurt wvernl days this weeke at Goodwins Olmpcl on business Johu rioratt returned Tuesday night from Louisville whither ho went ou business John IL Rose of this place is in Cr v ington serving on tho Federal court petit jury Roland Tnulbee son of Dr J B Taulbec of Mt Sterling left for his home on Monday Capt Tom Henry of Mt Sterling r passed through here yesterday ntornin en route for Snlycrsville Mr and Mrs J II Thompson andl P daughter have returned from a visit tc- p friend in Morgan county N cIP K Phillips returned Tuesday from heuttyvillo where he had spent a few i days with his wife and family l Miss Laura D Kawliugs returned from A most successful business trip to Ve s Liberty on Tuesday afternoon Elder T S Tinsley will preach at tho kkold Grassy school house next Sunday afternoon at half past three oclock o Improvements are still going on in our town Judgo Swango line had a neat picket fence put in front of his residence Harry B Maupln representing Reeds Peebles eo Portsmouth Ohio a guest of tho Day House during tho past weekHenry 0 Pieratt has sold a one third in terest in his store at this place to Curti- Quicksall o and is now invoicing w stock lJF Wood and daughter MifsIIulda attended tho bedside of his slater Mrs i G W Tyra of Holly who is very low with fever W C Ferguson representing W A Connoly Portsmouth Ohio was n guest of tho Day House Tuesday night and Wednesday Jackson will vote on tho 23rd hint on the question of railing bonds to bridge Ii the river between tho town and tho L dcpotICures absolute permanent euros have given Hoods Sarsaparilla the largest sales in tho world mud the first place among medicines Tho colored wedding which was to f have taken place at Dayaboro Wcdnea t day night of last week did not come off The bride flickered No wonder that the darkies are so fond of watermelons They grow wild rL all over Africa and were first cultivated la Egypt n O 2500 There will bo preaching at tho Gillas t pie school house on the fith Saturday 1i rr LykiusL The L 15 railroad now runs an ex cursion train every Sunday from Lexing h ton to Jackson and return Head tho i time card in another column There will be services at tho Christian Church next Sunday at 730 p m con ducted by Eider T S Tinsley A cor dial welcome JH extended to nil Marion French son of B F French of tho notorious FrcnchEversolo feud Was shot and instantly killed by John Kobertsnt Uindmnn last Saturday night Prof M C Marlon well known in 51t positionasd collegiate institute to take effect at the close of tho present sessionI The rumor circulated hero last week that the court house jail etc had burned absolutelyfalse beentLuuisvilloTheological of meetings at the Presbyterian church lit Jackson Dr Bonttio is 1 scholarly goatleman anti has inado n fine imprcs Won on iho mountniA people Although Mrs F tf Day has disposed or goodsnutiousup tIcIresforkLi jncr patrons that Abo will still continue ofdrosses j lillr customer for pat fnvoaboro I Pfctfully solicits a OontUiuance oltlte IL MIQ 1 t1uu it- ia n Dr W S Maddox an old and respected citizen of Wolfe county died at his home near Leo City on Monday May 8 aged M yens G months nnd 27 days llo had practiced medicine about thirty years and was an ordained minister in the IJapiisi church about twentyfour yours lie bad been twice married and had nitio children by his first wife eight of whom are living but had nnnu by his second wife who survives him Dr Maddux was an honored member of lIz pub lodge No 507 F A MI under placeAto their lost resting place Just outside the limits of Jackson Sat urday night John Barnett was shot und killed by James lack Barnett had been working in town nil day and as ho stopperg1 f whisky lie also got drunk nnd had nI difficulty with flack and attempted to shoot him Back was handy with his gun and winged the festive Barnett before ho could bring his fortyfour toI bent Ho died almost Instantly Back is in jail Our town was enlivened on Friday tintWeston Specialty company Tho enter tainment was very unique consixtin of dioramic views with lectures nndi were some of the best ever witnessed ventriloquismhypnotism Lilliputian Family The Westons gave entire satisfaction and should they ever come this way again they will bo warm Ily welcomed Henry Pieratt is now doing tho livery business of Hazel Green and is prepared to accommodate tho traveling public in stablesos several good horses and vehicles fur hire Special attention will be given to the caro of teams for commercial tourists nlHtIlS his stable is in connection with the Day House this will bo vcryconvon lent See his ad next week nnd in tho meantime give him your patronage The present drouth is tho longest anti sevorcHt of any within a quarter of a century except tho spring of 1880 when only two inches of rain fell between February 1C and May 12 for the remain der of May however f 26 inches fell effecting a general relief Tho present drouth ia not only confined to this sec tiun alone but extends over the entire country The Daysboro colored church will soon have a bell wherewith to cull the good Christians of that burg to tho house of worship A committee was appointed to solicit subscriptions and n trite was given to tho ono securing the largest amount Miss Girty Hagons collected 101 nUll secured the prize Miss Myrtle Franklin 101 nnd Misses Nellie lard nor 5197 The new town counuil appointed by tho county court held it first meeting oneJ Tuesday night The board consists of 0eProf W H Cord Y 0 MilO John M Rose W T Cnskcy and John W Cra veil They wore sworn in by A PLncy notary public and organized by electing W O Mizo chairman and W II Pieratt I clerk GW Wheeler Wit elected police judge Chairmen from most of the cwuntics of this congressional district met at Jackson Inst Saturday either in person or proxy amid after n lengthy session which continued till the Sabbath was broken called a convention to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for congress to meet at Beattvvlllo on Juno 18 Tho county mass meotiugs are to be held on June 18 Judgo Iowls Apperson of Mt Ster ling anti llreck Amyx of this county last week traded to Enstorn parties n boundary of land In Breatliitt county tof jx hotel In Hunllnjeton W Vn arulII busines9 house In Columbus Ohio thJ two pieces of property being estimated at 18000 to 20000 The hotel is now renting for 1200 n year Prof W II Cord had n narrow csonpo last Sunday While thriving through TIed river trying to find n suitable place for baptismal ceremonies his torso got into quicksand but through prwonco of mind Mr Cord saved tho horse Time rockawny was gotten out with great dill culty through the assistance of number of bystanders The postofllco at Louisa was broken Into Sunday night and robbed of what small change was in tho money drawer Tho snfn was not ontfred About 225 worth of goods jnostly watches wore etolew Crept the juelrY store w 1c1l Is kept it triltiaila r- Ue i 11 ENGLISH KITOa12 W IHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY houra AnlIOnOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty TXiyIf ltNOTIOE It Is hereby ordered that the ordinance relating to the stuck running nt largo on tho streets of Hazel Green bo enforced in toto from and after the 20th day of May 189G and that the clerk post three of the most public places in said town said ordinances and cause same Ibe published in the HAZEL QUEEN Urn ALT W 0 MlZE Chairman W H PIEIUTT Clerk This tiny 12 1890 11 If any person shall permit his Ihorse mule jackass or jennet to run at 1 large in any of tho streets or alleys of said town ho shall be lied fifty cents I for each oflunic and the Marshal is au thorized and shall take such animal Iin charge and safely keep until the fine so iimposed is paid and a reasonable feo for taking care of tho same not to excerd fifty cents per day to be allowed by U Police Judgo and taxed as costs Any milch cow ox strrr calf goo t sheep or hog running nt large within tho deemednnn eittray and it shall bo tho duty of tho Pound Muster to cmpound said animals anti post a written or printed notice at some public place in time town of such action giving a description of said am mats and when cmpoundcd Provided That if the ownership of said cstray is known to tho Pound Mauler he shall be notified at the first offense to remove wild cstrnyti from und keep them off tho streets and alleys of ad town nUll after tutu first offense nn notice shall bo deemed nccrwnry When notice has been served ax stated should tho owner of the stock fall or refuse tu remove from tho streets alloys or highways of tho town said stock ho shall be lined one dollar for each Imen iso running nt large anti at the expiratio- of twenty four hours time cstray be em I pounded Time Pound shall re ceive the following fees for cmponnding each heath Milch cow ox steer or culf Ocj goat or sheep lf c hog 2fle In addition to tho fees as enumerated he Khali be allowed n reasonable fee by tho Police Judge for keeping said cstrays which shall bo taxed as costs For acoount state encampment G A j11 nt Somerset Ky time Lexington and Eastern Railway willsail round trip tickets from all stations to Somerset Ky at one fare for tho round trip selling J dates May ISnnd 19 good to return May 23 Wanted- A good respectable girl to do time house work for a small family Good wages to time right party For further infor mutton apply at this ofilcc I hate arranged to koop us much of Limo trnvoling asdosiro to stop with mo Sample rooms for onmmorcinl Wren Ono door west of poatoflico Respectfully Dice ELLKX KASII Curtis Quicksall is ngont for the Lox ington laundry and when you want first allies work take your shirts collars and cuflfi to him Ho will take pains with your order and promptly deliver the goods an soon as returned to Hazel Green WtNTltaA rolhiblo lady or gentle tlcmnn to distribute wimples anti make n house to house cnnvasH for our Vegetable Toilet Soaps and Pure Flavoring Ex tracts 590 to 875 n month easily rondo Address Crofts Reed Chicago III 50 John Uuck MoIutoMi who was Indict Oil at n recent term of tho Ilyden drcuttJ IIforJ- of Leslie was killed in the upper cdgu Drotuhitt county on Friday last by a falling tree II LlahtrMna Hot Drops What D Funny Namol Vory True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief Thoro Is No Pay I l r to Storo Hoaso For Rent I have n first clnss brick store house situated on one of tho best corners In Hazel Groan which I desire to rent John M Rose has closed out and quit the goud + business which Ieav n n fitio opening for a flat class store Call nod or nddroail Q B SffAyoo 11aV t1ritl l litI tt= UiJyI Iluil11alie who hate ftR hyttifiot iflttMrItw Y 41 i US k to from it f rI IEftATT m iin to pFLUB Will sell V iDUIr BJ At tho prices 220 per 20 a 6 14 its a All other goods in Como and coo me will nuJce yet ntul you will fool lika life is worth will troll you some of your goods or some othor man will give thou to you Thule moans a Cash Dont ask for credit H F ii E ii and in E11ff r LE m I IE t I Ire 55 rI ALL tho tho 4 I V P All tho of the School tutu and only 28 1 s J rut Wm Hto t tfifi Ilncol trees Koiitnck It a I Time Table In Effect April 189G WEST I I I I if I 1 j I J 1 1 I EAST I xllltoll I 1 I IJ pi J I 1 1 I I I 4 L I ih Xs ilD QTT i- n- r t Breakfast from 6 9 a m Dinner iI bt Master I you 8J111IrBI1I r 11 following White Pearl Flour hundred Arbuckle Coffee cents pound neGranulated Sugar pound proportion X happy living T transaction RespoctfnllytPIERATT HAZEL GREEN ACADEMy 1Normal Preparatory School Special courses Bible Short 1IFULL COUJISES SUSTAINKL rI DKPAHTMKNTS Discipline Exponooo Lowost JJ Iinstruotion Thorough 11 failli prepare tor teaching branches Common ffiWJrl i l f c v wnshhigIs Wlw1It tI flPt Jthlhtl CutnloRimof Inrtloulnrii Principal a AZWEUDealer in General Merchandise on Cash BasisjLargest Stock Lowest Price Lexington and Eastern Railway 1 BOUND Ai5ISPATioSI Dnilyauly Suutfuy 4i5 pntAvahpat1InsheterprohuirlloputIndhtupatClayI inn9tnntuumnItsoul amIInidsanutvatoatTArro11tRIOJcoUvantdtliolantKlkntuuurnJBkllllllr BOUND 0STATIONS Inilrua1voi umbamlV1imclm I nmindinoomChIRillStnilton rluIImStpmfnndcuI jBesttyvujIUIII m UIJumdthaljMitKlUnUuva sbqfr4ichttrJJrqJXQtITO I YkrentUslp Itmita Ct-i i H f t Firmest i J I l CORD TABLERS BUCK EYE PILE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING RUT PILES r 1 A CUREknownBEST REMEDY for PILEt ltOLI IYALL IRIOOIfTA- l Pr rrtd 81C A1UD C4 tT LOUIS H THE MDENT8 OF LIFE Write to t0 QCIHCKY Drawer 1M Chicago Clear tnry of thaOrux Acctnuxr COUTAXV fur Accident law onof Mcutled this paper By o doing you cau wtv 1IIcddcnt4J fAT1 iqB r a tJrrtoII j frlM aP2 Vmott arraYtretaat U + kuuat i r k- ry 11o1II11l1l1df ItCNt MArn it 2 rllfA1 u rriYMAJLeetuu SIllDliitIDr JnforiHstkm regarding tJlJtu JottttirbMI tIrr4J WLYi44rAa ra v If Wntedlnldea warqa zlveu d- Yni gar- xY T c = m c f1t c t Y I ki L tii r r iJ THE DERALD- t J ti- A J f J BPKNCKR COOPER rubllaher i i f fAZltttUtEENi it c KY J l CAUGHT IN THE DRIFT- y y l laglJeot6r Hendersons relit has been isiwMiuci Ct8fuL With two troopera and fehrt Warren ho had rounded un std + + vathe worst lawbreakers on tho Cuna iIrian side of tho line but nevertheless from hilt standpoint at tiny rate hc- 1IndtaUecl The commissioner had ttug rested that ho take at least a dozen men when he set out on his expedition but nendcrson only laughed Give me Harvey and Fields and War niho said and Ill arrest every halt lirccd between here and Battlcford t And so he rode away from the poston t crisp January morning with his little i R squadron jogging through the snow be bind It was ix long ride 30 good miles t v over the not too well broken trail along t7the river bottom and it wns dusk be tt ioro tho troopers lilted within carblno shot of n long low rambing building which stood in the middle of the prairies surrounded by several other Ktritetnrca that served as burns and wagon shade Lights shown in the lower windows of the house rind as header son paused to reconnoiter a door opened mid n man with u muiller round hi throat and his coat buttoned up to hi curs stepped out with a lantern In his hand As he did so he raised his head h and his eyes rested on the little knot of mounted men halted over on the crest of the hill not Wore than 300 yards nwny Then bounding buck to the door lio lifted tho latch and disappeared within tho patch of light beyond Two minutes later Hendersons fur pmmtlet came down with n crush upon thu ratio panels of the door Scrgt Warren was right behind him and Troopers Harvey nud Fields stool on elthor side with their wlckudlooking carbines full cooked Vat ces 1t11 came in cracked half breed accents from behind the still quivering wood Open the dour or Ill kick It In wild Henderson decisively You klU V who I am and you know what I WiJ Slowly too door swung haoIPon ate hinges and the inspector and his neon filtered together There was no trouble The men they wanted smupglora and tattle stoalors gave thcmMlVqti tip with out so much as an effort at defeirfto Michel Bono John Fldele Joe Snake Dominick Luvino Angus McLean anti Philip L clfil1hlllentlersou half 1o hlntsolfI its Tie ran over the names keeping tally byshort nods In the di rection of ouch man mentioned Six in all he repented slowly mid than wheeling sharply on his heel so that his spurs jingled ns he turned ho laced tho owner of tho houno And Big Martin 1t1 ho queried where Is hotl Old Simon Michaud whom hla half tinted friends hind nlcknamad Simon the Crane because of his long thin legs and groat bony nose wriggled under the question tail shifted uneasily from ono foot to the other He oca not iu zo house nuir Ho hnf not pas zis ray since Chrlssimas Ye Lnf That will do intorrupted Homier ton 1 know youre the iggest liar yourelyingllarvoy and search the place barns ami all Fields you stay with mo and mount guard over tho prisoners The sergeant anti trooper did ns they trere bid and Henderson settled himself OVEX THE Peen In a chair by tho table to await their rev r turn First however he unbuckled his belt and after removing a big re volver from tho holster throw it on the itoblobeside him Inspector Henderson f was not much beyond 35 taU gaunt Slid squareshouldered with arras ot phenomenal length and hands that ycoitld grip like n vise ills brother olll N eers at the post were fond of calling him tho uncanny Scot because there E was an air of taciturnity and mystery about him that bellied inquiry into his antecedents Ho was known however to JIRVO been a Saudburst man and to kave held a commission In a Goorkha jfcf f KHt that got badly cut up In one cxptditlonsra xYtcr years ssejHS yX AmideTulsa arin1be sent altatint o i tO iirr I 5SUtaI It At1 4 c w LIlitiir trouble and nailed home on tilt Jtimiiu It was with tie intention of oftht taking service in some semi military organization in n more tem perate section of the empire So he joined the Cape mounted rifles six months after landing at Portsmoiitc and was knocked out by fever whilt engaged in a small raid upon the un healthy territory of some miserable little African chief Then he left the cape and went to Canada where fatally interest anti his Sandhurst training combined to secure him n lieutenants commission in tlib Northwest mounted police Thereafter his rise to tho of Inspector came as reward for POII service particularly in tho second rebellion Ho was a determined man and when any hard or difficult worlj was to bt lone Comm isslonerLnwrenee always sent for Inspector Hcndenson and tho trust was never misplaced Henderson invariably fulfilled his mission to the utmost and that was why In the present instance ho chose to con alder his raid n failure because tin prime outlaw of the lot had eluded his clutchesIf could catch Martin he said N himself It would round out the job in shipshape style Half an hour later Sergt Warren re ported to the Inspector that n thorough search at the premises hud frilled to ells close any trace of Illg Martin A wntcli was ml on the prisoners mid Inspector Henderson threw himself on n long takingsnddhnlghtsbun he awoke with the startled feel A OAtJiT WIIITK 11 AM IMtorRUDXll lag of a man who Isis seen a horrible vision In his sleep Thu wind wiu whittling around the house in them ad chest fashion and as Henderson relied hlmxclf on Ills ollww some tine particles of snow sifted in through thin crevices nf n nearby window mind fell upon his facu Tho flour creaked in tho not room mini through the half open door Ilendorson saw or thought he saw n huge hlnulnw glide past Ho wee on his- feet in an instant and gave the alarm A moment later there WItS a clicking of carbine locks as Warren and Harvey answered the inspectors signal Then Cane a crush of glass front time next room and a gust blew a cloud of snow in the faces of the three men who sprang to the shattered window A non was floundering along through tho drift n good hundred yards from the house A sharp tongue of time shot out into tho dnrknoH and a Itcmtngton bullet sung Last tho fugitives Iieau But ho never paused for an instant A moment litter the entire establish mcnt was gathered around Inspector Henderson who stood with his hand on the door latch It aint safe sir to go after him such n night as this remonstrated Sergt Warren In his usual respectful fashion Its ablowin hard from the norwcst and a trout ml reuse to death on time prairie Zit is so promptly interposed Simon tho Crane an beside ze groa- ndreetho Is drefful bad You rascal snapped Henderson turning upon the laat speaker you hud him hidden here nil the tine waiting to let him loose when wo left No Warren Ill do this thing myself Theres no need to risk anyone else and Ill catch Big Martin ground drift or no ground drift and with a last glance nt the cylinder of his pistol he passed out into the night Hu was ns good an his word Ho caught lug Martin half a mite along tho edge of tho trail that lid from Simon Midlands house and here two days later Capt Jackson with a squad of six troopers found n littlo hillock of drifted snow from which a gaunt white hand protruded When they dug In spector Henderson out his other hand was fastened on Big Martins throat mind the half breeds face looked up at tho winter skies with an expression of unutterable agony frozen upon its distorted features I thought Henderson had more sense than to try cud face a ground drift at midnight was Copt Jacksons comment as lie escorted time bodies back to tho post- uZo groun dreef It oralized Simon the Crane be ees tree times axbad as ze snowstorm Brook yn Engle or all scientific professions once allied with theology astronomy and medicine luive perhaps become most hostile It wits a common priestly soy ing In the middle ages tint where thoxx were three doctors there were two athe ists und H has been aptly pointed out that In nil time starry host of heaven there is not tv planet or a star called 1JI the name of saint or angeL f f un i LI I BREAKING A IIECORD BY ItODEKT Iltrlt The manager of the London Gins gow cir line railway Mr Swipes sent nu an invitation marked private say lug that ho was bound to beat the record made by tho Luke Shore tC Michigan Southern railroad now that they had come out in print about it He added that ho thought record breaking in the night time nil right enough if the record breaker did not say anything about it in public but if newspaper ao counts wore to be written then time race should bo open to outside parties whomight wish to know the time with out asking a policeman He added that when tho Now York Central broko tho English record they did HO with their Umpire State oppress which anyone I could have traveled on who had the money to pay his faro This lie claimed was the right way of breaking n record If you are going to write about It afterward Jsevertheless he was go- Ing to follow the Lake Shore Mind grin Southern fashion Just to see what tils railroad could do and he invited me as n person owning an American ntch1 to eoiiw upon time trip but begged me to My noUiliig whatever about it for ho said Instead of breaking the rtc rvrd we might ixjrhnjw break our nocks Ho added that he regretted that he owned only an old sliver turnip of n wnteh himself which wouldnt shut the minutes let shone the seconds amid so I goodI1 minus of the London C Glasgow air t tine at exactly 12 midnight three weeks 10 There was some little risk in going out at that hour for it is well it known that one of the most obnoxious 111111 oppressive laws made by Queen Vic Ia herself IB that every man In Lon t Jon must be in his own houwe at S40 acJock sad have light out stud be in I bed nt nine Anyone out after that hour ie liable to arrest so 1 style up an1 Ion through by streets and dodged j the policemen until 1 lame to the ter minus lucre I was amazed to huh an I immense locomotive sal one flat ear with two camp stools on It WIt this fm4 I said to SwIpes Wttre going to break the record with title tmin he replied I want to hue it as light All ppossible for an ordi- naryi carriage meets with such train anco In passing no quickly through the i stmmipberc tliat I concluded to take a freight ear and If we pure n smnt hup It uont hv so expensive i I j I 011Ij here to IIIMguWa I cried aghast j TheII i lUll and I have shawl straps with which you can fasten yourself to thu stool ihero wont be any trouble on that seoro Where arc the other follows I asked There arent army he answered When you are going to break a record the fewer you luivo sit bwml the better watches differ and it wivriii be bud if there was a quarrel about unit lour wiiioh shall ho tho only oillcinl time piece la the company mine tie 1I think I told you in till letter guttural ly loges two hours out of the 24 so I think we had better not trust to It 1 strapped myself to one stool cum Swipe strapped himself to the other and at 1215 we pulled out of Mnrylo bone terminus It wits agreed that vo were not to bcgin the record until we hind pauticd Highgnte and were tint safely out of time influence of London The distance from London to Glas gow is 4015 miles We haul for engineer Peter MfGump who was a Scotchman and therefore knew the road to Glas gow well and Billy Jones of White chapel did tho firing We had no brakuman because as Swipes said it wins not on the brakes we were going to depend for breaking the record The engine was Jknown as the Mary June and familiar to nil the operators on the road as Her olden Hair Is Hangin Down er Beck She gets this nickname from her great speed and from till fact that the smoke with the npurks iu it trails out behind like a great banner After leaving Highgato Peter gave her moro bteam and tho speed began to bo something appalling Oh its nothing to what well have by timid by said Swipes as he watched me tucking an Ineffectual grab at my limit which disappeared in the darkness Swipes counted the milestones while I ticked off the seconds on 1113 watch and befors long wo were going 70 nillns tin hour We lad the advantage over tho American road in the fact that there are rarely city level road cross lugs in England and that one rail way is never allowed to cross another on the level By the time we passed ToadlntiieHole we wero doing S5 miles an hour but as time Lake Shore train has attained a speed of 023 Swipes yelled to Peter as well as he could to give her more speed because if site didnt put in her best licks now what could we expect when we came to the high grounds nail the stiff grades of Urn midlands This shouting of Swipes however had no effect because wo were going so fast tlmt his words never reached Peter who stood with his hand on the lever watching grimly the track in front As Swipes continued to shout out the mile posts I cried Hold on its time telegraph poles you are counting Xo it isnt he replied its the mile posts Nonsense 1 cried At that rate wo nu going nt time rate of 303 miles an hourA hundred and eight it Is then ho sold Stoke her up Peter I then called the general managers attention to the fact that it was not etiquette to tell nn engine driver to stoke up as that duty was per formed by Billy Jones He apparently learned for the first time that engin eelS do not do their own stoking and ho thanked me for the information At Inst the mile stones passed so rapidly that Swipes could not keep track of them so we abandoned the attempt to count them and took only time stations nh wo had n record of the distance be tween them 1 saw now by malting a calculation between two stations that we were going nt the rate of 180I5 nn hour anti my hair would have stood or end were it not for the fact that it wan standing straight out behind Time oscillation was somewhat dreadful cud ones I realised with horror as wo swung around n curve that all four wheels were off the track and that we wore Hying In midair luckily however thn n heels unite down on tho rills and nil was well once more By this time the stations IJUlled us in one continuous streak as If we were running through tho suburlra of n big city and I was won dcring all the tlnu when we would come to the town but flimsily 1 realized that it was impossible to keep time with my excellent watch and so we would have to lump time thing by calculating how long it took us to come front London s Glasgow The lid of my watch wiiiei I now inadvertently exposed to th breeze snapped ami blew away smith 1 saw that the gold of the hunting cnw was beginning to Hake off so 1 put it in my pocket to save the rest of it 1 Jknew it was not yet two hours space wo left London and to uiy atnawnient 1 spied the pptres of Gl cow 1 recog aired the Iidaee because 1 was burn theiv That cant be Glasgow 1 shoutedI to Swipes If It IIs we have traveled1 something like 200 miles in an hour and the lord only knows what speed we attained in making up for the thaw when we were crawling on at 70 and 80 Thats ilftsgow all right enough said Swipes Then he yelled to Peter For hmnena sake shut off stimuli Dont you see where we are 1 limit Peter was stiuggling with his engine and nil at once he yelled back nt us I cant stop Her sir Heavens and earth said I What in to lie dOller 1 dont know said Swipes its my own Inuit 1 told Peter in tho hearing of the engine and she is one of tin cutest engines on the road that w wero hound to break time American record which Is 510 miles You sue its only 4015 miles to Cihisgow and Ill bet you that brute is bound to do the other 100 miles tonight even if site lies to do it on the highway The railway stop at Glasgow and I dont know whnlV hlllllllllII the sentence there was 1 trash tumid a bang and the next moment we wore in the principal street of Clasgou tearing along the rails of the street ear line Luckily the same law being in force ns was in London nobody was out on tilt streets and ho we went at the rate of S4T5 mites an hour up the nmin thoroughfare Glas gow nod ilnnlly struck time north road for th highlands Peter WitH St rug gling nil the time with his engine but could not make tummy progress in lily en deavor to stop her When we got about 50 miles on time main rood from Glasgow sometimes slowing down to fiS miles nn hour on the hills Peter with a white face turned toward ns and shouting MyI God sir were on the Craigneput toch Loch road and time CrulgntlIttoch Loch is nt the end of it about 50 miles ahead how far is It front London yelled Swipes putting his hands beside his mouth to make the sound carry The middle of Crnigncputtoch Loth is just 510 tulles from London and it is over 1000 feet deep in the middle shouted Peter Theres where shes making for cried Swipes unbuckling the straps anti clinging to the stool The hills now rose grandly around us in the darkness and wo saw the black water of the loch Jump Peter jump cried Swipes ns he threw off theotraps Peter did so and I cut the strap that held me Instantly wo were all Pefer tho stoker Swipes and nmysclflying- on the hillside on the heather The doomed train had plunged right into the center of the lake It had completed its 510mile race and used up the fraction by sinking 1000 feet to the bottomLuckily none of us were hurt in the slightest with the exception that Swipes sustained n compound fracture of the thigh Peter had both itrms broken Jones hind nil his ribs and one ankle smashed while I had my voracity sprained so badly that no one has ever been able to believe a word I have uttered since Detroit Free Press I To dream thatyou are kissing some hotly means that nn unknown friend will shortly confer upon you a great benefit r i A LITTLE NONSENSE Advertisement in a Cleveland JMO per Wanted Cooking in private fntu ily where second girl is kept without washing Address box 143 Thuodora = They say Miss B cele 1 nttendInRtheWhat A female medical student adJ young Theodora The bail wo f5 held on February 20 you know Wrinkle J Mr Crimsonbonk The timeforaj person to learn is when he is young1 As n proof of this remember tbnta3 man never forgets his letters Mwjj Crimsonbcak He may not forget his own but 1 take notice ho often forgets those of his wife Ygnkors States 1 munDrownuJust had n talk with Thumpmann tho pianist He says that in the early part of his career tho critics assailed him without mercy lloblnson Must have been discouraging Hlownlt was Atone time he was on the point of leaving his hair cut Brooklyn Life Charley Iis so tenderhearted Raid young Mrs Torkins to her hus bands ilitmJfils he Yes Last night when he come home lute llicrydyjj him tell somebody who hud ualkei that far with him that tho kitty wasdo ing well Just think of a man as busyj ns he is taking so much interest in uj poor dumb animal II M Mr Crnsht This is time miniver say of our wedding day lour Today we have been tunneled u year Mrs Crusht Thats right dearest nun what do you think of married life in the light of the years uxjerlenceV M- rCruslltI doVt think nt till lace you have rullcud me of all necessity for that Itiohmond Dispatch jj Diamonds Innumerable Exeusa me Mr 1arnothlng said time London lady to her very wealthy acquaintance IntltstmgtIYlHr I solueII em that way but 1 hind Yin eominj i in gallons maam Washington Star I HUNTING DOWN A BANDIT A Story That Illustrate Some PhusM ot I Itfu In Corsica i Tim other day I told your readers time story of Bonelli who secured the I price put on tho head of n wellknown brigand by murdering un old pilgrim and painting off his body ns that of the brigand An even stranger story remains to bo told about the brigand him self Casanova commonly calledI Cappn was already dead whoa Bonelli was beheaded Thu story of his death Is pie turesque end it breathes the ancient faithfulness and honor of the Corsican character An Ajucclan friend writes a corrci pondent in tho island tells me that Cappn was horrified by the conduct of Jon lII und none tho less much afi feuted by time news of the murderers arrest Cuppa felt himself hemmed toT on all sides timid fled to the mountain of PruncllidiSiumOrbo This district has been long famous for the courage and hardiness of its sons In Louis XVIILs reign a few of Its hlllsmenj kept 5000 soldiers at bay Here apjru withdrew timid hid himself hi a lonely j volley watched over by shepherd friend and lucre the hunted outlaw felli slob The mountaineers tended hint as well as they were able An old priest also ministered to his comfort std idle succoring the needy body tried as well to play time soul friend to the bandit He iniluonccd Cnppa sufll clcntly to make him promise neveto again to use gun or knife in killings fellow man Cnppa was still 111 when time annual fcstn of a distant village canto around Time shepherds hud no fears for theirI guest They did not know that spies ere set to watch Linn The men of the valley were seen leaving the place and information was sent to the nearest gendarmerie The sick tram lad whit him only a few children some of whoM kept n lookout J Tho police who were not in strong force ventured with grave misgivings into the dangerous scarcely known re glon On perceiving them tho young stuns gave thee alarm and the wcaK und ailing bandit seized his gun junk ing down n narrow path for u wall bc j youth which was tho Moguls tho onto laws asylum the heather of time Scot fish royalists otherwise dear lif safety 1 When he hind all but gained the wall ho say u single gendarme close M him 1 Cnppa was n dead shot In nn instant he had covered his enemy nut ho re membered his solemn promise to told priest He dropped his weapon and let tho gendarme go free The poll are under orders to shoot down bat hits as n Keeper shoots down venal This fellow of course fired Cappa vM hard hit but he drugged himself ocrosi time fence and into tho thick covert far he could not go On his knees closfj lug his gun with one arm and withib other grasping a tree bole ids pursue found him some hours afterward Eton and cold quite dead Wcstmlnswg Gazette m ScHEvhtent Bacon Isaacs made his initial ape at the dinner last might Egbcrtr What do you mean by Initial speech 1 Why nearly evjerjjr other word ii- L Yonkcrs atatwMuim rt i t r = llwlyt rTh 0 r 4 it k c a- a i r THE FARMING WORLD PLANTING POTATOES pcitp Mellow sun Kept In Good Tilth Give the Jot ItcsulU There are two advantages In plant- Ing potatoes reasonably deep Ono is they nre loss liable to be injured by drought The other Is that there Is no MCCCRSslty for hilling up to prevent suu scald To grow and yield well potatoes require considerable moisture If tho tWills stirred thoroughly and deep and tho planting is deep they will be more certain of securing plenty of iholsture thus when the Ido InS and planting the shallow seeping thu surface level and in a good tilth aids in retaining moisture in the soil A deep mellow loose soil kept in a good tilth gives the best results with all crops Run out the furrows with a single shovel plow plant reasonably deep cover well If good drainage is provided nod there is not too much dan ger of washing it will be best not to fill up the furrows entirely but to do this gradually as the cultivation is given The potatoes may bo planted deeper this way than would be list if nil of the covering must be ghon at once Have the soil rich and if there is not enough well rotted manure to make the necessary fertility it will be a good plan to use a commercial fertilizer ap plying it in the hill before the seed is planted If the soil is wellprepared before planting the cultivation can begin with the harrow and generally the first liar rowing can be given Iwfore the plants show above ground and a second very soon after In this way the soil can be kept in a good tilth and the weeds de stroyed ut low cost If the planting is shallow more or less hilling up will be necessary in order to prevent sun senld nnd the soil will dryout more rapidly often to an extent to seriously ailect the growth and yieldSt Louis liupublic A SOUTHERN OPINION The Iloiiil Iroltliiu IN tAAerl hag Itself in the Cotton States The subject of improved public high ways Is attracting a large share of pub lic attention In the opinion of the Southern Pain Gazette of Stark vIIIt Miss good roads is one great need of the day in the cotton states In order to have better roads it is necessary to reorganize our present general plans of road vtorking and adopt more modern and more effective methods It seems that it would be a wise plan to utilize county convicts in connection with this line of work These convicts are usually a burden on the county They should be worked They should be worked for profit What better profit can th tax payers desire than the profit aris ing from letter public roads Hotter everylartnerbetter the rondo the less strain upon the tetra and the wagon and the harness and the patience of the driver The better the road the greater the sawing of time in going from one mile to an other nnd the greater ease with which the burden of freight is transported CULTIVATOR Its Designer Clnliim That It KiMliicm- Vorfc tit u Minimum To make a garden cultivator as Illus trated below drew two pieces of hnrc- 1doocl two by eight Inches by four f tt- is shown at H a It should have a preud of two feet af the roar end HOJtUlADE UAUDUV CULTIVATOU Cut another piece b to lit between the main pieces at the rear Another piece hQulc1bepleersDrivepennyspikes nhouttwoapart to instnthehnlUlytorespeciallylaluablo n1Jnthews TrainIlanrleo anti BaturnllstofCravfordsvilleIndBays A successful meILbyhickliter along a pleasant highway Show ac a provedgoodIgl1wnyaytellsig true in Tnd anaa There is A genuinely flourishlngtown twltbin- state which Is fed by illkept roadscL uchUefaut i wimUUf P o- J to PREVENTING PEACH ROT It Can Bo Bprajvtnjrnot is one of tho worst enemies oi parly peaches but it can be controlled plNessexperimentstation the yield threefold and of this total yield the amount of sound fruit ens makIngfruit at least tenfold on trees sprayed at a cost of 10 or 12 cents per tree con pared to tho unsprayed The first np placation was made when thefruit busbegan to swell the second just before tho fruit buds opened tho third when the petals had fallen the fourth penstheand the sixth about two weeks later It is doubtful if the last two sprayings nrcrenllneecsnry in most seasons The best success followed the use of a weakened bordeaux mixture made oi six pounds bluestone or sulphate of golIons and sprayings add three ounces parie green to this formula as n protection goodfungicidenot be used with it is copper ucetutojeight ounces to 45 gallons of There was twice as much rot with two sprayings as with four or six Neither of these formulas will injure tho foil ugeIt spraylimbs1lvu applications made and begun aftert- ime bloom was nearly shed were con siderably less effective than when two openedlonrhind set were less effective thou two iniulu before the bloom opened Whim two applications were made better re stilts were obtained when one of these wits applied before the bulls opened and again when tho fruit was about onehalf size than when both sew made before the bloom opened Amer loan Agriculturist FOR MARKING PLANTS A Label Which In Proof Against Unit nnd Stormy VntluT Where one has several varieties of tIll same kind of plants or is trying now varieties it in always desirable to put a marker at the end of the rows A piece of lath wjth the nain marked IMlltOVOU LAIUU upon tho end with a lead pencil Is this common plan but before the end of the season the pencil murk is usually nearly I If not wholly effaced A slmpld plan is shown in the accompanying sketch The lath nod the nnme In lea1 pencil Is ultet as usual but over the name Is fastened n bit of vood as shown in the engraving to protect the monk ing from thu wontlwr A thin stripof wood a funs small screws and n inch knife art nil that are needed and n dozen of such markers can be prepared in a few momenta Orange Tudd Farmer AntlipiiiHil MrttioiU MtiAt Co The old stylr corduroy highway was n well enough thing In the pioneer period laud the old system of spnllin thu highways and throwing dirt trout the side Into the center of the pike nt Iw doubtless time proper thing in Its day but the farmer who worked out hU taxes in this way hits learned at lst that It has boon a costly as well or r worthless proceeding and ho is now among the reformers There lists been too much destruction In wagon tires and springs The farm onrrluge hits been too often wrecked in the ruts anti farm stock has suffered This loss hits finally appealed to the pocket and the farmers who have been figuring out profit tame loss on the old system arc now the advocates of the now lermmn cut road improvement isI here to stay and grow and as the movement spreads through tcell directed methods the area of good roads will be not only gradually extended this year but will rapidly in crease The farmer who looks niter the road over which his farm products ore taken to market is the fanner who now saves money oven when the price of his products is low Cycling Gazette rinclng llcrrle ou the Market The cost of placing berries on thee market depends somewhat on locations anti the manner In which it Is done For good berries carefully picked la clean new boxes well packed and honestly measured it may be estimated by time queue ns follows Cost of growIng ready for picking two cents picking one and onehalf cents boxes one cent cases packing anti delivery one cent ehargft one and onefreight or express halt cents commission for selling on cent actual cst on majritet elffhtccDtt per quart hailnerlt Vei j I Y r1 1 KNOW TnfSE I i4F Solonoo Holpa You to Bp out Own Doctor L The Story of A Votuao XVfcn Kept roiled i on the Work of Sctonco and tiered Uel Una Life Front the Era 2rntbitl iiToo few POlIO nro acquainted with the rapid tulvnntxj of medical science am too many doctor nro still plodding in time old tcoploknowI abreast of Dm worlds knowledge much of our suffering will como loan end Medic i1 seicimUsts are not delving Into Limo depths or knowledge for tliomera ucuclltof brothor pliystcliuiH bui or limo bcnollt of the world They plan lu tho hands of the well nuts a motets of keeping well In the hands of the shat ix menus of recovery To Ilia parent they give limo power of KavlOR time for J01lW1ll01l ItoilmtMrsnn oflilmable lady StrcothURsuloiiio of incdlclno Oito day reetiitly u reporter learning that Mrs Uovvoud lied wxiu greatly bciiotltetl by the uso of a now incdlfliio lutcrviowed her Kho stated tllllt site hud been Buttering with u fwnala trouble for uniiiy years Sue had IonSUIIIIIIllnever rucutvtxl auytnliie moro Urdu tempo narynrdkeL DurliiK thu last three years her aggravatedbyan8011001 tint aho found It nlincst tuiposslblo to llOlfollII her household duties uovur iMlluved In iroirlotnry modi cine stud Mrs Ucnvund but otto day lust full I road an article hi a newspa mar which told of the euro effected by Dr wllllnms IMuklHU and I decldcxl to try tho modi cute Uuforo I hud taken tho contonu of clcprohlK10 many yuuni began to dkup war and the no then of tho heart at once bivauio stronger nut moro regular I took nlno boxen of Limo pllla anti I am now fooling letter than I have for several tyoursturd I hire unbounded faith In tho mcdldnn Mrs Rnvvond is stoadllv gaining In health nnd strength and gives nil Uio credit for her restoration to hcidlh to Dr Williams Pink tills for Pitlo Peonlo Dr Williams Pink Pills contain all the elements niMcssary to ulvo now life and tOst0l88lmtteredIIIOIC8or itiiiv ho hind by mall from Dr Williamsj MiKllcuiuCoiiipjiny Sohoneclndy NlY for W cents box of six boxes for I IIItio1hIR 1mhsiognomiiist rays that scgrussIto lIullIllho lwnplomenerslly have- btadlceves lIIIIYMO1 netmiLllttltthey- t gollhoiii In tor Truth t llnine Sncknrn Kictintoni In order to give everyone nu opportunity to sot tho Western Co II II lI1null onablo tho homo seekers to socuro In time to couiouiiro work for limo season of Ibtxi time Chicago Mil wmikeo St Paul Rr has nr- I ranged to run a series of four hoaj eokors I pxcurslnnn to various points la vno West North West and SouthWest on the follow i MoIOMtniii for tho round trip Tickets will I bo good lor return on nay Tuesday or Fri day within twos twonO days from date of snit Ior rates Iliac of trains OIl further details apply to any coupon ticket agent In the Kast oi South or address Gnu II 1I1t41IoliOiGCUCIn Passenger and Ticket Wnnx king nmko war no taw betwixt I two MivenMgnH can dorld + limit tint of onus whet fortune IIs limo judgo soldiers tho tatty ers and tho bertha field Urydon Cheap Excursions to tho West und North I west- On April Ul and May 5 ISM tho North Wostern llno ClilcuRO 0 North Western Hvi xvlll sell Homo Seekers excursion I tickets nt very low rates to a large number of points In Northern Wisconsin Michigan i Northwestern down Wostoru Mlnnosotn NeiirasKa North Dakota nail South Dakota i IniltidlNK two fatuous Hlaatt Hills district For full Inlormation apply to tleltot aoenl orconnfciintf hues or uddrcss 11 B isis KBUS U P h1 A Chuago Ill Ont dangers and dollchts nix near allies front the saute stern tho rose and prickle rise Nliakcspcaru I I Gladness Comes i i With a better understanding of tho nature of tho many phys i Ical ills which vanish before proper ef I forts ffcntlc efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed There is comfort In i the knowledge that BO many forms of sickness arc not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to n constipated condi tion of tho system which this pleasant family laxative Syrup of FiRS prompt ly removes That Is why It Is tho only remedy with mill Ions of families nnd is everywhere esteemed so highly by nil who value good health Its beneficial effects are duo to tine fact that His the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating tho organs on which it acts It is therefore nil important In order to got its bone tidal effects to noto when you purchase that you have tho genuine anti cle which is manufactured by them Call fornia Fig Syrup Co only and sold by allreputable druggists If In the enjoyment of good health and the system is regular laxatives orI other remedies are then not needed If afflicted with any actual disease one may bo commended to tho most skillful physicians but Illn need ol a laxative one should have tIt best and wiUUk wollIpIorlped eveiywbere Syrup of Eiga staltdl lostastl Is llsoat Jal ly- ledaaigkNiefeet ntfaM ar Q fIir fti f u IUM1tp itrtlmi itte aetlreie I T1te west coiled of So tk Amerk 2 about 100000 square tnL ai was 3JMd- in some places three feet ant i ia oUter places six feet in the short apace Ol a few hoars MOaT tttoa have uuoro courupo than oven they themselves think they havovUruvllkI t a Pain often con- c l1trRtc8 all I its Misery la j onceSTI u The my cub JtiM addl co Ii nre- Me wr s uifl tiU MAWa LeN Yee RH M f JACOBS OIL In MttNNIkEEAIlap ftel t- aatrta UC tad teert iPLUGIAsgood as can be made i i regardlessl of pricexI SI I J for 10 cents I Only 3d 3 fflfMl1fi1a SM1j Brands for IO cents atDont tale our word for it but buy a piece and see for yourself f Its a slow process usually education development and growth Dut ft hasnt been so with Pcnrlinc Y7JV Pcnrlincs success been wonder from the start the more so Vhas you consider the many poor imitations of it easyThese 01 course Theyre forced on the public by peddlers snv prizes substitution etc No 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f LIVE ST06K CrTSWe will furnlnh duplicate of LIVE STOCK spedlinenAN KELLOOO NEWSPAPER Cor4CO IClm Streot Cinolnnatlt HOC CHOLERA tftltUOCIIfa tA Stiik J FREETuntrzrtrromi laiwmta Mt MI etugnaattt M IBOLD N I 4 IU 1iijfi f = 0 it ir l J h = U I li r ifL Ai ili n I Constipation Ih dr Biliousness Ir IIL Cause Sickheadache Pains in the back- Salfowcomp1exlon Loss of and Exhaustion IIt1lreeeitwriy MW wt wkkk U I r r0sis Pffric Pill touches the liver and i removes the btleIOM TIc Pellet nightly acts as a gentle laxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones Up tie nervous system and makes new rick blood Complete treatment two I r MdiciM one price Asap t Treatise and sanplc free at any store XJOWX Ito COM New York II THIS WATCH p is guaranteed sumo ns our 1400O WATCHES to run woll and t keep good time THE PRICES 250 This watch is exact sizo as rop rosontctlj of Amorican innmtfnc turo solid nickol silver case stern wind stom sot quick train duplex ossnpomont Send in your ordors or call and see us whoa you como to Lexington Fred J HeintzMa- nufacturing Jeweler Near Dovoramont Bnlldlna Lexington iiil I Go Importer and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 587 539 and 541 rWest Main Street LOUISVILLE KY RH IW1T1I JeilLBobisojor1o B MAUPIN vrirn I REED PEEBLES Co WHOTESALE DBY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Rc PORTSMOUTH OHIO K WI appetite T COLVIN i WITH THIMBLE BROTHERS i WnOIosaI8 GrODOrS ICYHTINQUANTITY BEITINQUALr WIPES CRE- AMVERMIFUCE FOR St0 YEARS Ma trd all WORM RmsdfrHl- a l1 UUL pw1aTLa- IuuastI I N seea r p sW I y rr- t rz I 1 v I I11I6II ea Milliner The follswivf open letter from Elena tor JoIn W DaMfct to Mr W 0 HBrdaI way of Hoanoke in answer to an 10UI lion to the senator to address the BoaI fluke sliver Democrats explains itself Washington D C April 390- W 0 Hardaway Esq Itoanoke Va My Hear 8irPermit me to express my acknowledgements and thanks fsr your esteemed favor inviting mo on behalf of the silver Democrats of Roanoke U address them on the 2nd of May nextIn these closing days 6f congress with appropriation bUla pressing for considera Lion I doubt if it will be possible for me to bo with you upon that occasion but Iit has long been my conviction that n return to tho bimetallic system which ao long prevailed in this country is nec essary to tho prosperity of our people and I would therefore be pleased to ad dress the meeting if Iit were practicable to do so If the negatived prophesies the ac cumulated public debts tho paralyzed industries the revenue deficits tho commercial failures the increased taxes and the falling prices of land produce and labor which have followed upsn the gold standard plans which tbo Democracy was beguiled to adopt In compnny with the Republicans if these experience of the last three years have not opened the ryes of tho people to the folly of closing their mints nnd destroying their constitutional money It would seem vain to argue the matter Some seem to imagine that the question whether or not wo shall have the free coinage of sil ver aa it existed prior to 1873 compre hends the financial issues we have to deal witb and I do not think it is gen entity appreciated that the silver ques tion is tho pivotal point on which tunic tbQ whole scheme of financial revision Associated with the silver question and more or lets dependent upon it fin tho questions of enlarging to n vast de gree our public dubt and of retiring our greenback currency nod certificates In deed our whole currency stem is in confusion nod this ctnfusinn can only bo corrected by restoring bimetallism or by destroying existing circulation It is agreed on nil hands that we should keep our mints open to the free coinage of gold and that there must be radical reform as to other elements of our currency Tho necessity for reform arises from tho tact that wo havo outstanding 346000000 of greenback paper money payable in coin not gold only- some 133000000 of coin certificates issued under tho Sherman act of 18i0 and soup 833000000 of sliver certificates issued under the UlandAlllson act of 1878 In all n body of 862000000 of paper moneyor half of nil our existing circulation Unless we restore silver as n money of redemption wo must retire this paper money and if we retire it re must I MHO bonds to buy gold to pay it ofTin Hhoulcl wo r tiro it there will bo such n vast contraction of our present currency that there will ho n farther and greater fall in prices of Innds anti commodities a paralysis of trade and probably another panic greater than any wo have yet seen Agriculturists mechanic merchants and banks would bo involved in wide spread ruin bsuch further contraction of tho currency and prosperous condi tiona Indefinitely postponed- It is easy to criticise and object There nro great impediments and difficulties to be encountered In any and nil directions but it must be realized that we are at tho forks of tho road on this question and that wo must go ono way or the other Even the tentative steps towards tho gold standard havo so reduced our revenues that we have already borrowed S 262000000 of gold without securing any permanent relief Moro debts and moro taxes are the only prospects on this line Recognizing how difficult it is to move In any direction but appreciating that movo we must I nm of tho opinion that tho most conservative nnd safe move rent we cnn make would bo to proceed according to the plan outlined In tho nn tonal Democratic platform of 1S02 which embodied the coinage of both gold and silver without discriminating against either metal or charge for mint ngoUaDd the removal of the 10 percent destroying tax that shuts off state banks This plan was unanimously en dorsed in the Democratic convention it had tho approval of the people in the presidential election and had U been ptmuftd 1 de not believe the Democratic party would hart met such a disastrous MeatM that which followed its Midden Urnelfrew its ewe tUelaratioes sad to wwtl the rW siMtiard It k sYWeat that th pMpto artjj iaert eli ate IIkH HMlMrIj l j c devices that look both ways I belies the most courageous and direct course to be the safest course and that the rule of tho majority is the only rule which can tend toward harmony and the integ rity of organization The state votes as a unit for president whether in the electoral college or iin congress Only the state is recognized in national conventions as a constituent body If tho Democratic people of Vir ginia aro for free silver it would but right and just that they shouldseeU1JJ so as they did four years ago and is they did in tho state election when GOY I ernor McKinley was nominated and elected Certainly no man would t iah to represent thorn otherwise than in ac cordance with their wishes and if they aro for free silver would it not ho becoming and just and in accordance with tho true principles of the Democratic party and of Republican that their wishes should be govcrnmtntII Wishing you and your associates suc cess I nm Very truly yours JOHN W DASIELII Peninsula Enterprise Accomac Vn Ninety Per Ceil Of nil tho people need to take n course l of Hoods Sarsaparilla at this season to prevent that run down and debilitated i condition which invites disease The money invested in half n dozen boUlesll of Moods Sarsaparilla will with largo returns in the health and vigor of body rind strength of nerves hoods Pills lire easy to buy ray take easy to operate Cure nil liver illtoll 25 cents The Now Democratic Handbook The new Democratic land Hook is now ready for distribution Much care thought and labor inns been expended in its compilati n and it Iis offered to Democrats with the nssur unco that it contains absolutely authentic information not published elsewhere of the party organization in every precinct county nod politicnl division of tine stateIn addition to compete nnd accurate lists of state and county executive com mittees and tho names of their officers it contains lists of the counties compos ing each legislative senatorial circuit count appellate railroad commissioner and congressional district and the name and nddrcss of tho chairman of each committee It also contains the rule of tho state central committee adopted under tho authority of tho last state convention platform of the party state and national tables showing the vote of the state by counties and districts nnd statistics of interest and value to every Democrat and citizen One of its fea tures iis the correct name and address of every county officer hi tho state nnd n court calendar revised arid brought down to the date of adjournment of the last legislature I It Is an indispcnaible record for all Democratic officeholder those who are seeking or expect to neck office and of great interest to nil who have held office in tho commonwealth In fact it lou stitutes a record of permanent value to the party and will enable those having Its interest and welfare at heart to organ Izo moro efficiently in the future than they havo over been able to do in the pastTo cover tho cost of compiling the matter nnd printing the book the price of CO cents has been placed upon it and it is hoped that every Democrat in the state will bo willing to incur such a small expenditure toward a record of such value to the party Orders will receive prompt attention Addrctu R U Ingram Sec Louisville Kentucky A womans guess is moro accurate than a mans certainty Your wife guesses that your sickheadaches come from your stomach and are tho results of a slight attack of biliousness She is probably right arid you can completely euro them nt a cost of only 25 cents by asking your druggist for Ramons Tonic Liver Pills Ono little pill and a few of tho Tonic Pellets will male you feel liken now creature Two medicines two benefits two values but ono price Sample dose free Tho day has come when teachers must I teach not by ptcccpt but by example for Example sheds a genial ray which men are apt to burrow +Tho school1 without song is dead How 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