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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr- M r 4tb ti H8 HAZEL 4 GREEN HERALDI fI y J J i 4 = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by MaxORell j pAJCER OOOPER Owner and IEdltra I Ot a Nly World With News Pram AU Natloni lu brln at Hit Uncle a lioo A YEAR Always In ArivftniM S ELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN l h WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1896 NUMBER von and Eastern Railway file Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No 5- AriONS No1 Daily ex 4 Dally untJay 18egtou 10 00 am 4 35 pm 101ititdester pm- i ie8 51 nin I 2 00 pm- s i Fde 8 37 Rill 1 10 pro City 8 19 am 110 am jQ too 8 10 am 110 am- a7 7 55 am 10 48 utu- dee 7 43 am 10 17 am Bridge 7 38 am 10 07 alit- is nt 7 24 am 9 35 am rreJc 7 03 am 8 25 am l reeFkeC 6 53 am 8 00 am ii 0 3J am 7 18 am thaws 0 03 am G 30 am iv0n 6 00 am 0 10 am IF lEAST BOUNDNo r ATIONS No2 Dully ex IDull Sunday e i jteilngtoa 2 20 pro 0 30 nin it Lyon2 47 pro 7 08 am I 3 07 pm 8 10 am r flieheiterhlrlle 3 21 pm 8 54 am l tt4ta Flda 3 37 pm 9 24 am flhjCity 3 55 pm 11 45 am- retou 4 05 pm 12 10 pm- iJlOn 4 18 pm 12 41 pm i dee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm tBridge 4 37 pm 1 26 pm fflwrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm JeittIve Jc 5 iii pm 3 05 Pm- ilhreeFks t3 5 26 pro 3 25 pmt- fcol 5 48 pm 4 12 pm etwa6 12 pm 0 05 pm V ifeklOQ 0 20 pm 5 20 p- mT 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight lfini arrive and depart from Netherlnnd I J D LIVINGSTON I Vice Pres and Gen Man t i CI1A8 SCOTT Gen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st i Our 500 Watches at 300 to 000toi f fclNE DIAMOND RINGS t 750 and upward GOOD VALUES I AT 1000 and upward If upwardFino k A line of Sterling Silver nnd Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately low prices fHEINTZfr Near I QUADIWORMS11 I WHITES OREIII VERMIFUCE fFOR 20 YEARSII Has lod all WORM RomedlosIEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD IJ V ALL DRUGGISTS t BtciURnirox tints rco BT torts PJ A WAtJXxBEB SI ia Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- iSurgery and obstetrics aspecialty w T COLVIN s S WITH RIMBLE BROTHERS r W40IOSaIO 6fOO8LS- x T STERLING KY 11 L JJ 1 7t Cheeriness Let us stop the worry dear Things ore coming right cheerGiveLuck Is with the bold of heart God with those that smile We putYetFortune but to hide her frown When eyeDimmed downLightly Meet her look with neer a fear lightLetThings are coming right Boston Post PARALYZED BT HORNETS Thrilling Experience of a Party of Pleas ure Seekers In the Northwest Few boys who have lived in the coun try have escaped a more or less hot ex perience with hornets wasps and bees The average country boy is always ready and willing to tackle a bees nest and run the risk of being stung for the chance of robbing the busy bees of their honey Strange it is but true that with no re ward in sight and the risk of worse stings ho is equally ready and willing to tackle a wasps or hornets nest just for the fun of destroying it and the excite ment attendant on the attack of the in furiated insects One sting of a bee wasp or hornet is sufficiently painful and productive of the most unpleasant result One little sting will close an eye or cause a highly inflamed lump to rise as big as a hen egg But imagine being assaulted by a whole colony of hornets with no means of defense no coat of mail no gunpow der no means of even making a smoke That was what befell T A Roberts of Des Moincs la and the surprising result was that when aid finally reached him he was helplessly paralyzed and may remain in that condition for the rest of his life Roberts with three friends left Des Moines for a hunting and fishing tour in the northwest After several days of sport around Desolation lake the party started one morning for the head of the lake after deer and elk Roberts took his fishing tackle along and on the way seeing several trout rising he was left on a huge snag in a sheltered part of the lake while his companions kept on in tho boat for the head of the lake promising to return for him Intern was just at dawn when Roberts began fishing and ho had good luck But as the sun rose and began to warm the ground he noticed several hornets buzz ing around him Their numbers increased and he saw that they came from n hole in the roots of the snag at his feet As the rays of the sun warmed them into activity the insects can o out by the thousands and they appeared to make a concerted attack upon the unlucky in truder He was half a There was no escape mile from shore there was no way of starting a fire and as a last resort Rob erts frenzied with pain jumped into the water and held en by a root That protected his bady but not his head Of course ho could not keep his head under water long at a time With his freo hand ho fought tho hornets the best he settled about his head could but they and neck and both hands and he was frightfully stung condition when his He was in thus friends returned At first they were un him aid The hornets able to render any attacked them and they were forced to retreatAfter considering what was best to do rowed to nearest shore and the party tlOn the butt ehd of secured a long pole made by cutting off a which a hook wns limb A lot of dry brush and moss was gathered and fastened to the end of another long pole and the party returned the precaution totakingto the snag their coats tie handkerchiefs button up over their faceS and pull their hats well When they neared down over their cars the brush and moss was set on the snag the driftabeadonand pushed out This drew the attack of the hornets the smoke and flames which rushed into and while this was going on a scoresin inserted in Roberts cler boathook was t efc thing and ho was pulled into the boat more dead than alive It was some time before ho could tell his story JIll head was swollen to twice its natural size and the stings on the back of the neck at the baso of the sknll seem to have affected the spinal cord and the nerve centers and rendered paralyzedIt ed a settlement where medical aid could be secured Tho physician said ho was in dined to think that Roberts would remain a helpless paralytic during tho remainder of his life and would probably not survive long Ax AilWool Democrtlo Meeting In cheerful obedience to a call made by chairman of the county executive committee the tried and true Democ racy of Wolfe county met in Hazel Green last Saturday for purposes clearly set forth in the resolutions subjoined- On motion of J M Rose Dr J A Taulbee was made chairman and ME OHair secretary The chairman immediately appointed a committee to draft resolutions express ing the purpose and sense of the meeting The committee appointed was H F Pieratt W C Perkins and JlI RoseI who retired and promptly drafted the following resolutions which were un conditionally and unanimously adopted amid a storm of cheers RESOLUTIONS 1 We the Democracy of Wolfe county firm in our belief that the mon etary question is the supreme question in the politics of the United States more particularly the restoration of silver as standard money therefore we reaffirm our allegiance to the cause of silver and pledge ourselves to do our utmost to bring about its free unlimited uncondi tional and everlasting coinage nt the present ratio of 16 to 1 as compared with gold 2 That we are clear in our belief that the apparent defeat in our last na tional election of the popular willso admirably embodied in the matchless William Jennings Bryan was due to misrepresentations of Republican papers and speakers shameless bribery and coercion treachery of papers that were formerly deemed Democratic British gold and last and least to the ludicrous aid of the Palmer and Buckner nonde scripts 3 That we denounce the methods and means of tIle Republican party as being extremely dangerous to popular government and hostile to every instinct of true manhood 4 That we feel righteous contempt for tho socalled national sound money party because of its infamous eflortu to knife Democracy under the guise ofI friendship and that we deem it a sacred duty to purge the body politic of thisI hateful treason which duty we will faithfully strive to perform with our ballots and influence and that our first step shall be a refusal to the eo called national sound money party to affiliate in Democratic conventions or meetings appointed or impromptu 5 That we endorse the course pur sued by the illustrious Wm J Bryan since his advent into public life and that we heartily endorse him as our unquali fied choice for the presidency of the United States in 1900 6 That wo recommend a permanent and active organization of free silver voters in this county and that the light for the emancipation of silver shall bo assiduously maintained until the next presidential campaign shall have been closed 7 That a copy of these resolutions and the minutes of this meeting be sent to the HAzEr GUKEN HKRAM for pub licationAfter the unanimous and enthusiastic adoption of the resolution a Democratic club was organized in the Interest of free silver and elected the following offi cers N L Ware president John M Rose vice president H F Pieratt see retay and Wiley 0 Perkins treasurer The club will hold monthly meetings after December 24 which date will be the next meetin- gWANTEDFifty bushels of new corn for cash The lowest bidder will get tho contract Apply at this office J t I r Al Qt J i f fJ k 4 tbq yw NEWS NUGQETS 00000o 0000000000 The Ferris wheel which has been los ing money since the Worlds fair has been placed in the hands of a receiver Marion Myers a young farmer resid ing near Washington Ind attempted suicide by shooting because his sweet heart jilted him At a maw meeting of citizens at Law rence has it was decided to ask the next legislature to enact a law making foot ball playing a mlsderueunuri Well diggers near Woodbine Kansas found a vein 5JO feet thick of pure salt 100 feet underground The deposit is one of the best In the state and will be developed While undergoing initiation into the mysteries of the 11 P O E at Des Moines Io about six week ago Edward W Curry sustained Injuries from which ho died last week It is announced that the Tennessee centennialexposition which will be opened at Nashville on May 1 1897 will cost about 1000000 All tho money neces sary boa been subscribed Ward B Jones of McLean county Ill has been found guilty of kissing his neighbors wife and compelled to pay 1 damages The lady sued for 15000 but the jury thought 1 high enough The fastest pacing horse in tho world John R Gentry 2OOJ was sold at pub lie outcry In Now York the other day Ho was bid in by Lewis J Towkubury a wealthy New York banker 19000 At Cleveland Ohio robbers applied a lamp flame to tho flesh of nn old miser in an effort to make him divulge the hiding place of his money lie sank in to unconsciousness without giving the informationFrank Arbuckle president of the Cripple Creek and Consolidated gold mining company of Denver Colo was found dead on the streets in a question able quarter of New York city His watch and chain und money were miss ingMrs Homer Cole wife of the station agent at Branch Mills Me paid a visit one day recently to her husband at the station and the visit marked her second appearance in five years on tho street although she dues all the usual home work Allison Z Mason president of the defunct Globe Investment company of Boston was arrested on an indictment warrant charging him with the embez zlement of sums aggregating flO000 Treasurer Lowell Moore of the company is now serving a three years sentence on similar charge Gilson Lyons a colored porter at tho St James hotel Springfield Ohio has received notice that he and his half sis ter who is in Cleveland are equal heirs to an estate valued at 33000 left by their mother who died 27 years ago and while tnef were quite young The es tate is located in Harrison county Ky Near Torriugton Conn several boys were out in a field with a loaded rifle Suddenly the rifle was discharged and the bullet struck Frank Richards in the breast and passed directly through the heart and out of his body Ho got up and ran home a distance of half a mile and died a few minutes after entering houseA highwayman with a pair of revolvers stopped a section gang on a handcar on the G R k I railroad near Decatur Ind and held them up for over 100 There were four men and they bad just received their last mouths salary The highwayman compelled them to lay their money on tho track mount their car and leave Several farmers near Decatur Ill art In trouble owing to tho pranks played by a whirlwind which visited that section Tho wind gathered tho corn ofl several different larms and deposited It on land belonging to one man This man refuses to give tip the property unless it can be identified by the owners and they have begun suit to recover J M t c i f ro a k 3M1 r 4 Y y r a CORRESPONDENCE a sludthatat this gtoHOKQAN OOUNTTFJaaberee Pros tha Junta News is scarce this week 1 Corn gathering if the latest fad la this section 1 Scott Oldficld made a flying visit to Torrent last Monday Miles Cuskey and wife visited tho lattears father at Caney last weeklMrs Gillia Ann Harper visited her sister Mrs D B Oldfield last week w Uncle Wiley Wilson nnd Aunt Manda visited friends in the Jambs last week Tand and Harry Nickoll sire both erecting now dwellings on Nickell fork Mrs Susan Murphy had a barn raising anti covering Inst week with a good atetendance Miss Emma Oldfield accompanied rrWillieon a visit 4 Y t Little Miss Lila Taulbcc of Hazel y Green visited her sister Mrs J II Do Busk this week Jim Linden of Gillmorc the handsomest man in the world passed throughfirthe Jambs Sunday Morton Wilson was thrown from a horse Sunday and had his arm dislocated Ho is at present resting easy Willie Lockhart of Fzel who in teach ping a very successful school at tho Cas key school house will close his school iu two weekskJ Richmond DoDusk of tho Jambs kkj who is teaching the Sand field school will close his school in four weeks after a r prosperous term of five months A M Wells of Clark county is erect j ing a dwelling house on the farm of Mrs Susan Murphy and will move to it soon Wo welcome Uro Wells and his family to our midst Nov 1M DECKMIIEH 111mfen y tubllihcd liouio In Kentucky Halnryf780 jpayable 15 weekly and expenses Position j permanent Keftronco Enclose solfaddros Neil envelope line National Star Building f Chicago 2248 1I A SHORT TERM 1 lorAStates For One Day David R Atchison a Missouri statesl + man of fifty years ago has been exhumed v N from oblivion as the man who though his name does not appear in the list of this countrys presidents was for twenty x four hours the possessor of all tho rights and powers incidental to that great ofceiPresident Taylors term expired In 1810 one of the rare years when March 4 falls won Sunday Ho became a private cltl trtzoo of tine republic at noon on that day and as Presidentelect Taylor refused from religious scruples to take tho oath of office on tho holy day Atchison ailtirpresident pro tern of tho senate was constructively tho nations chief execu r tive until the next noon when tho conkscientious general was sworn in March 4 next comes on Sunday in 1021 and there will again bo a president for a day NY Times Gustavo Erlckson of Sioux City Jo went to tho penitentiary to please his wife Ho was alleged to have married In Omaha several years ago to have de sorted her after a time and going to + Sioux City to havo remarried without having previously secured a divorce K from No1 Ho entered a plea of guilty r4 to the charge of bigamy nod was sen tented to nine months imprisonment jlI Will really never married to mortji than one woman he remarked as be followed tho sheriff from the court t room but my wife was determined to send me to prison and Id do anything c srto please ho- cWONDERPUL aretbe nrw1 randjytfttMF aro simple aad natural Hbo4ysparma mak Ft Rte k 1lOi0w sIIk t N f 111 lyjRYt A f 1 rbr I J y- A ts 1intIri ii h +sr a T SA 0 I CI k THE HERALDi ti1 SPENCER COOPER PuUlfa 1 r tiHAZEL ORISEN t 1 i K1f CENSUS OF THE WORLD The Celebration of tlm Advent ell the Twentieth Century r IAcensus of the world It necniH Im possible but it Is going to be undertaken iMils unparalleled labor is to be 0110 of the gigantic projects to celebrate the udrcnt of the Twentieth century and It IH Hiife to say thut more stupen dons undertaking lots never before been Revised The scheme hud Its rent inception at the biennial meeting of the interns tlomil Statistical institute recently held at Kerne Switzerland At the Instance b of Dr Uiiillannie the director of tho governftlstlcians KcIcntistH travelers and ge ographers wns appointed to begin worl by collecting nil information possible nil to the best methods of taking this world census and to report to the insti tute at Its meeting next year The first step in this Important com mittees labor was to enlist the interest r and aid of LI Clung Tdng They met him when he was in Herlln and secured the promise of his Influence in China art no nation will the work of census inking be more difllcnlt than III China where the people arc as the sands of the Hen Anything approximating an accurate t census of the population of the earth nt the present time is without doubt an impossibility In addition to the poles there nre many spots on the enrth that have never been visited by the ex plorer and others from which a ccnsui enumerator would never get a way alive The population of the earth Is now estimated at 1700000000 These figures were given by Profs Helnn and Wagner of the Universityof Cocttingen and their estimates are based upon the bus information Yet both frankly ac knowledge that they home hind to fill up ninny of their columns with nothing bet trr tthan guesses guesses founded upon the observations of travelers and upon other guesses mentioned in treaties given bysuch countries as Phinn Persil Arabia and Turkey In China for instance they state that their figures may he 200000000 more or less than the actual number of jROple In Africa they tiny he KOIIIO 60000000 astray and In Asia tie Turkey Jcrsin Slam and Afghanistan the fig arcs are probably equally uncertain China they are now assured will take an otllcial census and the government of Turkey IVrsia Slam and Afghan istan will also be asked to glee their ns ftistanrc to the agents of tin institute with a view to making some districted enumeration of their peoples The accomplishment of this will require a large amount of diplomacy as well as of money and the widest possi ble knowledge of these halfbarbarous localities In the beginning of the next century tt the present rate of exploration there will hardly be n square milIIr Africa that will be unsafe for n traveler with a small guard and cnnmoration can be made which if slot accurate will at least be of enormous value IJy JOUO llnssla will have pushed her two trans continental railroads nearly through Astatic territoryI nod tthe wild regions of Thibet will be open to the traveler In the year 1100 many keen and Intel Ii 1 gent observers will be sentt into nil these regions to make the great estimate of time hitherto uncounted millions It is believed that n census of such magnitude cue he taken on the same tiny or week or month all over the clvilied world The effort will be made to have It taken upon one and the tuuuc day if possible London Mail ESKIMO MOTHER AND BABY llnw Infant ItniltliMitN of Site 1nupii North IIwe The Eskimo are very fond of their children There are seldom sisal cf them in one family and those that are are very well taken cure of accord Jug to an Eskimo notion which of course quite tits an Eskimo baby Whey seldom cry and lie arousal and fcuek blubber with great contentment nil tiny long Sometimes a very fond mother will make for her baby a queer kind of candy There is a certain great lilrd which the men shoot whenever they get a chance anti whlchms bright icd feet The mother will cut oil these feet and draw out the bones and by blowing Into the skits Inflate it to its utmost capacity Then she will till the little red case with innrrow and tic it up for nn extra good gift to her baby The youngsters like this queer candy ns well as our children like chocolate creams which to be sure arc not halls pretty to look nt When an Ksklmo baby dies his t father nnd mother grieve over him very Hlncerely Ono Arctic traveler tells of u mother who brought her clllltl with her to the United States It died on the- E voyage stud the mother was uncon Kclous for more thins n day afterward r Tine baby was burled in n little New England cemetery and according to i the Eskimo custom his playthings Were laid on his grave Among other things there WOK a little tin pun which a Bailor had given the child and some naughty little American child stole it r from the grave The mother was In r ousolable Chicago TimesHerald H i j 1 1 1i t t J A 1 rJ 11 yr S t i tl p l t lIY nUltGLAlt STORY I 15V C II AUGUR IEX I went to bed that night my hair was as black as it used to be Whctf the day dawned U was light So you may see how badly 1 was frightened 1 was paying the penalty for overwork at the time by tnldng a health trip 1111111 curried along 475 to pay it with I also took a fish pole nnd a northwesterly direction for the Michigan woodsWhen I was leaving Detroit on the steamboat I wrapped up 400 in u rub lher band and stowed them nwny In the Inside pocket of my vest and I soon acquired the habit of touching myself every time I thought of it to see wheth cr my cash balanced or to speak more accurately to see whether I still had time bulge on myvest As soon as I found this nervous habit fastening itself upon me I was sorry that I hind not always carried large sums of money and got used to the sen nation but it was too late for vain re grets and 1 determined to make the best of It But I decided that I would always in the future have plenty of moneyIt n little too early in the season for the summer run of schoolnlaanus- on the lakes and there were only a few passengers on board the steamboat These were made up mostly of commer cial travelers anti a fair assortment of those dust hooted slouchhatted shod dyclad men who travel on trains and boats everywhere without nay appar Cut reason or object There was one lady on board There wns also another passenger a miheaded man with n Minister eye and a smell of horse about him so pro 111111 sired that the lady passenger asked for the radish at dinner thinking to avoid hurting Ids feelings by saying horseradish in his presence If 1 had not been carrying a wad of money into a lonely country I should leave paid little attention to this Ill favored person but I wns carrying n wad of money and I suspected that he knew it For the life of me I could not help pressing that wad with my lingers every time I met him or heard his voice or smelt horse I was certain that he noticed tills involuntary action und that he knew the reason of It and I lame to believe that he was on the host because I was and that he would get olf when I did lie did get oft when I did nt 11 oclock at night on the lonely dock in the town of Grnvclton anti no one left the boat there but us two I saw him disappear in the darkness when I took my seat In the hotel bus Tin Gravclton hotel was one of ACQUIRED Tilt I1A111T OK TOUCH ING MYSELF those large cheaplybuilt houses which one will HUll in all the lumbering towns of the west where land is cheap and pine Is cheap and regular boarders mire cheap nUll numerous but my roojn way clean enough and reasonably secure The window had no fastenings but the sash hush swelled nnd the casement held It in n grip which all my strength could not loosen rime door was pro ldcd with u bolt and n lock nUll the transom was too narrow to admit the body of a mUll 1 felt pretty secure but lwns made nervous by the fact that the curtain fallen to cover the lower part of the window I was morally certain that my ugly fellowtraveler stood outfild1 in the starkness watching me with hungry eyes I did not feel sleepy enough to go to bed neither did I flush it particularly cheerful to sit in the one little wooden chair which the room afforded amid gaze at the cheap wall paper covering the pine partition or the skied picture of n laming red long tailed bird of parndlso with his head set backward on his neck My books were in my trunk Mid there wns nothing nt hand to rend except an old newspaper which AMIH doing duty an n cover to the wash stand Glancing nt this paper 1 saw Unit the page exposed to view was mails tip of syndicate matter nnd that the prominent article was by a startling co incidence the story of nn adventure with n burglar I began rending it The narrator told how he found him self in n strange room seeking for ipnfe place to bestow his money for the night bow he determined to place it 1 Y I ft Sa between the leaves of n dictionary and wishing to remember the exact place he thought he would open the book at the word money but behold when he opened it the first word ho saw was murderHere the narrative was broken by a soap dish which adhered firmly to the paper in spite of my careful efforts to remove it nnd I read no further I arose nnd shook myself Pshawl I said what a fool I am lies probably just an ordinary hostler come up hero to work or perhaps to see his old mother No doubt hes as honest as I nm I wonder what word he would have found if hed opened the diction ary at cash 1 soliloquized and out of mere idle curiosity I took from my handbag the nearest approach I had to n dictionary a little papercovered book of synonyms and opened Itat C Clutch grasp layHoldon catch seize This was the line that met my gaze I laughed threw the book on the tablo and began to undress If anyone enters my room tonight I thought as I folded up my vest nnd placed it under the pillow Ill clutch him grasp him lay hold on him catch him seize him nnd yell for help When I went to sleep I dreamt that I was wading up n trout stream fishing for black bass with a wad of money for bait und that an fast as I caught fish I MY VISITOR was robbed of them by a redheaded horseFrom the number of fish I had caught I judge thins I must have slept two or three hours then I found myself sud denlyI awake listening nitently nnd anxiously sunning the air I was cer tain of two things Some one wns mov lug in the room and I smelted horse It is easy to write of this thing now in n spirt of levity but I had no such feeling ns I lay there straining my eyes to no purpose in the inky darkness but hearing that fellow move about the room boldly without caution as though it muttered nothing to him whether I slept or wakened If I move I thought he is ready with his knife or club to silence me for ever I did not know whether or not he hUll already taken the vest from under my pillow and I did not care just then to Investigate I mowed not a muscle but when the first tumult of sudden fright had subsided 1 tried to think to rea son I nm here for my health I thought Now wont it be healthier to lie still mid let him take my money than to move a finger and let him take my life what little I have How did he get In here Ah of course the window I couldnt budge it but he is muscular I should have thought of that What was the man doing The sounds he made were exactly such as a man makes in dressing llenvens would he exchange clothes with me leaving his horsey old suit in my room He was nt the washstand pouring out water washing his hands My fright was giving way to anger at the cool im patience of the mUll Doubtless he hud on my clothes now including the vest with the wad of bills in the inside pocket Coward that I was to lie there and let him take my property- I hesitated no longer but sprang from the bed mutt with one cry of Help rushed with resistless fury slam bang against the partition over where I thought the man stood Some one tried my door then knocked on it for admittance Hacking toward it so as to guard myself froir an attack by the burglar I found tin bolt nnd lock amid threw time door open A hood of light filled the room the window was closed anti the only per sons present were myself und my visit ora gentleman fully dressed with n lighted lump in his hand and n trout basket slung over his shoulder There twos n burglar in my room 1 began I couldnt see the scoundrel but I heard him washing his hands nUll putting on my I stopped for I saw my clothes hang hug where I hail left them- I think you must immure heard me washing und dressing said the gentle man nnd I must musk you to pardon me for disturbing you I should have re membered that the walls between these rooms are very thin That is my burglar story 1 might devise n better ending for it if my im aginative powers were equally dis trlbuted lint they seem mostly to center in my olfactory nerves I could have sworn that I smelled horseDer trait Free Press Miss Abcc E Ireland of New York was the first woman dentist 1 WHlTtS iylF RVlOUS TO HuoON CuucuHlunt Do Sot Suffer from the Harts of Sanie Tribes It is rather curious that we hear so little of poisoned weapons in these days Now timid again the newspapers report what they cull a tragedy from the South seas f1 from Africa such us the death of j Y Commander Goodenough or the nm acre of that French party In Borneo announced the other day Hut such events lire very rare and they nearly always happen In certain narrow areas Poisoned arrows were an abid ing terror onto in every land civilized or savage But in Europe they seem to be quite extinct und somehow people no longer tithe much accountof them in regions where they nre still common One might suspect that the alarm of our forefathers wns due mostly to su pct stltlou nnd ignorance They hail poison ns one may say on the brain and their methods of analysis were grotesque But in every museum are weapons carefully fashioned to Insure that a dose of venom shall enter the wound they inflict Doubtless the men at that time were familiar with noxious herbs and substances which tire known nt present time only to students of science But it still remains somewhat of a puzzle that poisoned urrows mire so rarely mentioned in savage countries There nre districts innumerable up and down where Europeans live no wel come residents among a population well acquainted with deadly drugs und used to steep their weapons therein One mlgliticertainly have expected that the ihazis of Afghanistan would poi son their knives Often it lists been ul Icged thnt ono of them did so but is there nay evidence In our generation at least wounded men duly recover un less their hurts be mortnl Has any Englishman ever lost IKS life in Horneo front the fatal darts of the blowpipe dipt Mundy tells how sev canal of his men were struck nt this cap ture of Hruni but their messmates in stantly sucked the wound mud nothing followed The present rajah of Sara wak once lost 30 men III n single day they hush gone out as skirmishers The bodies had no mark beyond the simple puncture where n drop of blood rested on the wound One man was struck near him he instantly hud the arrow extracted the wound sucked n glass of brandy administered mid the pa tient sent oil to the bouts about five miles distant Two companions sup ported him with strict orders not to let him sleep till he reached the landing place they made him keep awake and he recovered Old otllccrs of the Sara wak government have mummy such stories to tell Hut the fact remains furious to us that natives make very little use comparatively of their ter rible power Not half the tribes in deed employ the blowpipe whether for mm mir or hunting and none poison svtmds spears or tummy instrument what ever IIlie Ipoisoned weapons of the Malays art a stock property of fiction It is not solid that they newer existed in fuel for the bravos tae found every where I hit assuredly they sire uncom 111011 even among the criminal elms Yet the Malays are perfectly familiar with the upas and they entertain even an exaggerated belief in its virulence They know a venom more powerful Mill the sap of the Cletck a common bind which eau he obtained in five min utes for it Iis used11catlie concoc tion of iiKis is not a little complicated Dr llorsfield in lava persuaded 1 an ex pert to make setae in his presence With an equal quantity nt upas juice the native mingled about half n drachm each of sill front Arum Kempferia gnlnnge nnomiim a kind of Zcrum heel common onion a drachm mend a half of black pepper With this com position Dr llorsrfield killed n dog in ono hour a monkey in Mmes minutes a cat in 15 und a large buffalo in two hour ten minutes Ily all accounts the Hornean upas Is much stronger In 30 minutes or even IiOn man is dead they eayfall Mall Gazette lllcjrrla Clubs fur Women Although bicycling for women has tensed to be considered a crime in this country anti its possibilities multi bene fits lame been acknowledged by the pea ple In general mid physicians in par ticular whcclwomen still hold back nUll make no effort to advance the cause a do the wheelwomen of England There nre any number of clubs In England whose mcmlwrs an all women each of whom takes such nn active part in the nlTnirs of the organization that It cannot but succeed so that when one hears ofawoman in England going off on a sol itary tour without the slightest fear of Interfered notheby theme united efforts hue made it tosshle for their sex to ride when und where they will dressed in any costume thisisI UrlllrI Measures ticexxury fellowlimberAltogether too wideawake sponded c1evening hli culled at our house he stayed till one hurgInulnrm IngDaughter sixteenMother thutecrslxteonpeoylcN Y Truth c A LITTLE NONSENSE l TeneherNottsvefurnact11hntt i blot enough for him Detroit Tribune wifeithI teal economy do you know what civil service is Jasper wild Mrs nu I glen with memory or recent contract a cool there 1HitSomething of n StrainSo youdc not think n minister ought to ride u hi cycle No I didnt say that atoll limit I do think he ought not to tackle it 1 unless he is sure his religion run stand leorimiugIndlanapollSentlael 4 SentlaelFor Home JteadhngI just finjj it 1rnoon1 i Indianapolis One ournnlIII always bet hats on an election said 4 the mnn who inquires Its very simple replied the maim who sneers j Hy the time the campaign is over the i old ones are invariably worn out by the tulkingthnts been done throughh them Washington Star j Master y addressing his Irish man J 5 servant Terrcncc Im going into jplllcc3 be back on Tuesday Tcrreiice Ue gorra I will sort Anautter a pause what will 1 be after saying to hint tl J he doesnt call sorrTltIhits ENGLAND IS FAST DISAPPEARING Largo SixtluiiM of fount IloliiK Swallowed I trp by tliu Ocran This is n serious question Is Eng and disappearing Headers may puckei i tip their lips and ejaculate Absurd but facts nevertheless remain tad show pretty clearly that England is positively disappearing and may in years to come be marked on the map as u vanished isle 1 On the east coast the semi is encroach t ing upon the land at an astonishing rate j Seaside towns and villages holiday re sorts mire gradually being eaten up anti the inhabitants driven inland In many parts the sea runs upon a beach which was once far inland1 In other fj eases churches which were nt one time situated far from the sea now stand ij at the edge of cliffs and have the sea lapping almost nt their doors The Goodwin sands nl out five miles oil the toast of Kent were at one tfmo a portion of the mainland itself and the property of Earl Goodwin Hut the i sea has swallowed thesis up m The coast of Norfolk is minus three villages of which it was once possessed j Shipden lEecles and Wimpwell all J of which have been taken into time anna I of the encroaching ocean The roamer of today stands miles inland of the original Cromer Auburn nnd Hnrlburn two Yorkshire j villages once promised to develop into seaport towns of considerable impor tance but like the will of acute the will of the inhabitants of these vii i ages vas ignored by the rising sea j mud Auburn mind Harlburn now exist in mere names told sand banks 4- Dunwich on the coast of SulTolk Iis gradually being swallowed up livery now and then the inhabitants move aiJ distance inland rebuild their fmitses mid shops and wait patiently nrd philo sophically for the next notice to quit from the sea Manyother seaside places hive suffered or are suffer fug a similar fate It may be argued on the other hand that some seaside towns nre gradually becoming inland towns by the failure of the sea to come up to the marl mind running out only to run in for a shorter distance Winchelsea Sand 1 wich Rye mid Southport are nil suffer j hug in tthis way Winchelsea and Ilye j weie originally two of our Cinque ports but time sea hiss left them stand j lug high anti dry Sandwich Will Olllet a highly important seaport town It 1 now stands two or three mills In land Time sea is leaving Southport quite u in the lurch so much so indeed thnt1 the inhabitants have to sink extensive jlakes down at the beach to keep the sea M Jlugtown iHut the extension of our Island In v this way is very much less than lic Jencroachment of the sea al other points Jnnd while our land is certainly becoin ing more extensive in one direction it is contracting anti with much rllIteri rapidity in some other And time filth d mate etTcct may be that our mountain i peaks may form small Islands nndJ Jeventually be pointed out by posterity a ns the position in which Great Brit nit is reputed to have stoodIondoa fl TitHits I nHpiiiiio vdencf De lole Where do you Intend to pond your vacation De Pole Im going to our milkmans dairy farm There is the firmest kind of fishing in that neighborhood Huh Yon dont take his word for it do you No indeed Weve found OlP- gtrout In his mllkX Y Weekly Accounted For Dora He kissed me twice before I could stop him- CoraDid you hear some ou- rIngN cODTi Y Truth Y r t= fr Y z tr t kw L t 4 j fUE1 FARMING WORLD DAIRY MANAGEMENT Wow to House Cows So They Wilt 1a- r for ThcniHulvcH- I will first quote the golden rule of laying MuUu the cow thorough comfortublo by keeping her warm an Msfied with good food and pure wu Per and keep her clean and give lac acercise The Ulan with only the f ff four cows can fix ti warm place in o abOut his barn But I will give a plan or ten cows which can be reduced for It smaller number or enlarged as much irt desired and yet be very handy uric1 Economical 9 For ten COWS I should certainly haw j fi silo In this article I shall not give a detailed plan for building the cheapest and best silo but may in future tAstaole should be light well ventilated1i end warm It should be so arranged Its to be handy and save as much labor fas possible 1 think these points ar attained In the following plan andI look at the diagram will be sufllcient t Provo it For 20 cows I would extend the length of the building and for a greater mini her i would build in the opposite three lion from silo The cutter sets on the floor up level with frame on wagon waking it easy to unload the hear corn You ask what all this has to do will- the producing of milk Well you can t produce much mills in winter without good winter quartets Though they need not he expensive they taut be warm and if really knotty one inns lean care for twice as many cows andII thus make the product cheaper The double lines in diagram reprien- double walls made as the walls of a house and tilled with cut straw or saw dust I would have foundation of brick if able if not I would set walls on square lugs hiiil right on the ground lit set the frame on without nailing DAIRV liAHN- ll j p shed G 2 jcnningr unisGrrackformy f T sawdust bin 8 bran bin t9 meal btu I 10 oil meal 11 cottonseed meal 12 cnvo I tor roots extending four feet above I ground over which are cutter any 1 I grinder 13 position of cutter to logs so they may be easily replaced Khen rotten Put the lining on like house weatherbonrding inverted so as to run the leaking dust into the wall Cement floors fire as cheap as planed end much better I would have a window 21x30 inches behind each two tails if in cold climate have double lhon hinges so you can throw manure out in shed Also in front a w jirgor window to same space with cur- Betweenaln to regulate the light hails I use two little posts one 15 inches from manger and the other 17 inches jrom that They are made of 2xl stuff jpnd arc 34 and 24 inches respectively his makes the best stall I ever saw tThe hay carrier and track can be moved from loft to feed alley and made to carry a large box of feed along the they to mangers which is a great con lenience We have room for about all the different kinds of hay ensilage and grainii cows a balanced ration of say poundsfallJIVC JU11I1U Jilagc is not rich in gain enough corn meal to make 40 pounds ns rich as where 1 full crop of corn is cut in but in all I eases use your senses Be wide awake 4 fnd study the wants of each cow Be Sletaiirt gentle with them at all times Ksd change the ration OS many times n weekas you have kinds of food and I I JTe ns many kinds of Tiny fodder and1 1 fOund grains ns possible InJttentl of pipes and buckets each fallshould be supplied with pure war i jjJ ell the time and the penning roou 12Nom Also I box of rock salt in each tie Rrtmeiitforthe cows to lick for amuse t mangetktwo In each dng ration thc can he I theycolII jappetitej do without clover J cut early A little mash of cut I frer antl wheat bran made real wet 1 relished by every cow and lung no 41101 producing good milk In the ogenieHt of cows we turn them InI Penning room after milking atIit and put feed in the mangers be we turn them in to milk them in lug in every herd there are some timid cnws also some regular j t bosses even If they are dehorned theypush and knock unjuiiiitoo atoticc1 penywhiletheI eatingThere thatybcciiusedkinds butifrealize UlclyoueI inri DURABILITY OF ROADS Cinder le the Ue4tlr1i11 for n Sniootli 1Carringe Drive WithI about 13 inches moecls we have all had n good op portunity to observe some torts in reo I gut tt to the durability of roads and ear ringe drives Jn a somewhat hilly coun 1try almost rill 1elcsatiou the houses ate upon art risinguwrestreeteand I havethese outfbusytimeWhere it can be obtained the very best material for constructing a car rlngc drive is cinders made by burn lag soft coup If these lire put on sulll clentl nnYordinary heavy ruin old there is an willtface of the drive The very worst mode of constructing a carriage drive is that usually practiced and which 1 was foul ish enough to adopt a good many years ago it is tint of digging u deep trench the width of the carriage drive and fill allfI sizes then covering with gravel A drive may have an undcrdrain and still not be able to take care of the water as fast as it comes in a heavy shower More or less refuse and due earth is carried onto the drive in the way of 1IIIIJ from the street tied this fills up the interstices while the gravel fills those between the stones If the mud brought upon the driveway is of a clay nature the drive in time becomes impervious to the rapid seepage of the water and the result is the water forms a stream on top of the ground channeling anti cutting utvayall the line gravel upon the top of the stones maid leaving it in a bad condition I nor tire that the railroad which passes through my farm has in recent years been ballasted almost entirelytvitlt cinders in place of gravel More than a foot of cinders is used beneath the ties ami the result is that no matter how heavy the ram the cinders take all that falls and port of it at their leisure The slime would be true of a driveway filled to the depth of IS inches with cinders though of course more or less clay would be deposited on such a drive that does not find its way on a railroad track When it is impossible to procure cin tiers in quantities suilicient to make n driveway cad it seems desirable to use stone the excavation should be made two feet or more deep with the largest stones in the bottom gradually using smaller stones until near the surfncu 1they should not be bigger than apple or hen eggs If the stones are selected in tills way and carefully placed the big ones till never come to the surface to bump A wheel and the gravel will never work down among the larger stones to olio struct the passage of the water Tho bottom of tin excavation should slope both ways to the center with n dram only laid a foot or two below the sur face along the center line Then if tho surface is ballasted with clean good gravel the drive will take all the water that falls as fast as it falls and there will be EO Kurfucewnshiug The best drives in cemeteries and public grounds are made in this way with the addition brick gutter on both orof a stone or either sides This of course makes it more expensive and cannot be practiced by the ordinary owner of a home If it is not possible to make the whole 1 have null driveway as thoroughly as cated then the steepest slope should be treated in this way carrying ths porous material sufliciently far above catch und absorbthe steep incline to the water that comes from aboveL- B Pierce in ohio Farmer live and CrlmHini Clover I I jlyi when very j oungls full of w ate anti also laxative It is sown in the fall for late green food and it is expected to- glvuearly germ food dter the hi tor Iis Experience with it demonstratesover 1bat It makes the hens poor and thin I due to its cathartic effects nnd Iris not valuable for hens lIS may be sup as Sow the crimson clover Instend posed If It wlll thrive in oursection find time season is not too late but if fluehuts used prdvliled flue mily be allowed rye on it only for a short time diir rather what is bettereach tinyorIng about three times a weckFarm maul Fireside Kentucky Took the Lrud Kentucky was one of the early +west states to take an attire Interest In ern road making It was the policy of the minor political cooperate with itstostate ditisions In the construction of c roods ginccrs and set toY yearso lay elf a roads or in all parts of the Clue Grass state The cranberry might be cultivated upon many n hmirt that b DOW practically useless cI l roll GOOD EATINGS SAKE Tho Unique System Adopted by a Railroad CompaQ to Have Its Dining Car SonicUp to the Ilctt hocomotive1m per 01 rccogulzcd uutbonty in technical rill rout mutters lu iounecllon with tho through train NowYolc1 hoonlJoptldtho amen lu charge of tlio cars up to Uio mark Thieve Is a Krlovuuco couimuteo cou tho8upcrluteullent larInsllctormeal In the onanything ofthupleasantry about tho criticisms but those Have the ears find that boy never reason to complain of tho victuals bo lug cold or out of season orthoportertun tothereanybody to wofeelthe painstaking inunuguincnt of the Mckol Plato Road It has been our good fortune to have occasion to use this lino In our fro cityulldWhile traveling in ono of tho lilt coaches IlltoUllnalollilIlgCIJAlangdust cloth and brush In band and with a polish here and wipe there tho seats win dow sills und floor were kept scrupulously clean Tho schedules of their fast trains Ire con venient nnd tho sleeping curs placed lu the regular dally service lire of tho mostlnxuri ant typo of modern car construction Solid IUIlINewItBostonA tact worthy of note yet remains to be pointed out to limo renders of this Journal wholl perhaps has not como to the notice ol many Rates are offered between tho same lOlnlltttorsexperience their passenger facilities lire ox celled by nouo A IOINTCU POOH Voivo 1h xVVliy do you trout mo so unkindly Fashionable GlrITntyon unkindly Why what do you meant 1 lust toM you that I wouldnt marry you r Bomcrviilu Journal Unnt Toliurcii Spit mill SuioUo Your Ilfo- Awuy If you want to suit tnbano using easily and fnrivorbo made well strong mngiutic lull of new life and vigor tnko Nu1o liar time wondcrworkir that makes weak men strong Many train ten poundn In ton days Over 4POKKi on nil Buy NoToBac Praia vour own drnirelst who will guaiantic a iiinv Bonklit and sample mailed fivo Ad Hterlinif llemwly Co lhleagouretyPorte AttenI hoard Rnmctblng alout you today ll1IlIlY1s this new lining IIlityarewiogin dresses makes n frluhlfnlI noise doesnt itylmuLers Ktatcsinau Cot u 1arin Whlto rrlcru Ar Low If you want a farm of your own now Iis tho wino to get one In Northern Wisconsin along tho lino or the Lake Knporlor divKion of tho Chicago Milwaukee Kt Paul tall way where u sure erne oau bo raisedi earls year which can always bo sold at good prices in the lumbering towns along the lino of this rallroid Ln i rirc Iniitl lime Address C I Unlllns Hit 1La Halle Street Chicago Miss ionnir Whats tho matter my poor man You mole III Tramp Miiilnm something I hnvent eaten has disagreed with IIIlILotHlon Truth UHT try a 1Ur box of Cascarcts the Jlncsl liver lull bowel regulator over made MuiKiAor Is like nil other troubles till gettingIntoThe papers arc full of deaths fro- mHeart Failure Of course j i the heart fails to act when a man dies but Heart Failure so lUcdnine times out of ten is caused by Uric Acid in the blood which the Kidneys o i fail to remove and which corrodes the heart until it becomes unable to I perform its functions J Health Officers in many cities very properly refuse to accept 41 Heart Fail A ure as a cause of death It is fre quently a sign of ignorance In the rI physician or may be given to cover up the real cause Z ILZi A Medicine with 20 Years of o Success behind it will remove the poisonous Uric Acid by putting the Kidneys in a healthy j condition so that they will naturally i eliminate it t teeeeeeeeaae STEADYWORK eseeeeeeeeotysiAc4siltvxiahtnod i wnnlmcii vviirywlivru lo HUM SlARK1REESmnllntIPWlitl 1 lull bet Snperhnntfltnpw S rum 8TAHK HIUrniKIIH JXJITIMANAJIu ItOCKIOUTIII BENEFIT TO MANKIND YUCATAN A N KE 1028- WllEN WJC1TINO TO AIJY ltTIfIEUH- pleaee late 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KY THURSDAY Nov 20 1896 BOMB enthusiastic Repub lican in Johnson county couldnt swallow John W Langley for con gressman from this district so ho voted for Mark Hanna THE people of Charlton county Georgia ovidontly did not know that a national election was ro contly hold At least tho socrotary of state can got no returns from there TIlE successor to Gen John B Gordon Unitod States senator from Georgia has been chosen Ho is Alexander Stephens Clay Has nominated on the thirtyfirst ballot by tho Democratic caucus IT HAS boon rumored that Gro ver Cleveland and John G Carlisle would form a law partnership in Now York early next March but it is positively denied at the White House and at the treasury depart ment A KENTUCKY colonel who ought- to ho in a position to speak with authority in such mattors says that ono drink of whisky is enough for any man two drinks are too many and throe drinks are not half enough WM J BitYAv having decided to go on a lecturing tour in the in terest of freo silver tho executive committee of the National Repub lican league havo declared their in tention of having a gold standard speaker follow after him Ox THE first ballot Hon E W- 1ottuB was elected United States senator from Alabama to succocd Hon James L Pugh 1ho sound money Democrats did not cut any figure and the froo silvoritos had everything their own way TIn Republican National com mittee has finished its work paid all its debts and a surplus of be tween 75000 and 00000 loft Thq expenditures during the campaign amounted to more than 2 600000 which represents about 250 for each vote McKinloy re ceived in excess of Bryan TIn CADET ADJUTANT is the title of a newsy littlo shoot gotten out by the students of tho K M I at Lyndon Ky It is composed en tirely of articles furnished by the k students of tho school and from a literary standpoint it is tho equal of any papor published in any pro a paratory school in tho country r ONE precinct in tho United t States was carried by the PalmerL and Buoknor electors in tho rodent election It was in the short x grass district of Dudley town ship in Haskoll county Kansas tFivovoted the Indianapolis ticket rn and carried by a plurality of one McKinley and Hobart got four Y Bryan aqd Sowall two and Bryan y tend Watson ono voter r did1 rCoMPLJ TIoigi d retlirns for J4ayben tabulate l by 4trlk WIIL lr I fj r i t counties showing that Smith ono of the Bryan electors runs 2000 ahead of the lowost McKinley elec tor and is elected Tho other twelve Bryan electors run from 800 to 700 behind twelve of tho McKinley electors The total vote of tho state was 44424408 follows McKinley 218055 Bryan 217 797 Palmer 5018 Levering 8 871 McKiuleys average plurali ty 258 on tho vote for electors SOME ono has boon at tho pains to collect statistics showing the relative voting strength of Catholics and Protestants in tho United States Onothird of our popula tion or 20013807 are church com municants Of this number 14 000000 aro Protestants and 0000 000 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Tahtot I Ail diugglsla itfuud thy idubi it ifuha to cure 25c i T jR t a WOLFE COUNTY Tollver Talk Willie Clark made a flying trip to Frenchburg last week France Slioup severely mashed his foot by getting it caught between two rocks I John Sparks who has been down with typhoid fever for some time is able to IKS about again Steve Drown accidentally dropped a railon the great toe of his left foot in flitting a painful injury Aunt Jane Oldfield who has been suf fering for some time with a sprained ankle is able to be out again Uncle Edmonson Lawson died of pa ralysis at the home of his brother in law Lit Honakcr Mr Lawson was a very old man and has long been a citizen of this county The last two weeks have been a period of moving in this neighborhood Dr Wells has moved from Daysboro to A P Clarks property across the river Derry Nickell has built a new house on Wm Clarks land and moved to it J M Toliver has moved into the house va cated by him Uncle John Bush has moved from Gillmore creek 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HAZEL CREEN KY H P PIERATT Proprietor S5TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HO j Special carp taken of teams for Corn cial Travelers Parties conveyed to DYf thepubrrspcctfully PIIIltJlC1JIlttfti1 JaIJtAP 50UTIt912fJrdr9kIIWItlh vJ PVIn lllf RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUS5L J RedCRLtICSG i itdlir- y r1 1l n- M l I i o uw NIMBLY SERMON I i Cages Beautiful Lesson Suggests fay Thoughts of tho Dying Year i 111 the Antnnn fcnveo We Sink So the Duet of the Grave Work of Decay Constantly Opine On So Gradual That It Can Hard If Le Discerned xpr Talmages sermon Sunday had for object The Pageantry of the Woods jUd his text was Isaiah biT 0 We It ill do fade as a leaf ifelt is so hard for us to understand re IOUS truth that God constantly mil tesAs the schoolmaster takes a UUckboard and puts upon it figures llddiagrams so that the scholar may Lot only get his lesson through the sr but also through the eye so God fakes all the truths of his Bible and I draws them out in diagrams on tle i I4tural world Champolhon the fa IOUS Frenchman went down into Egypt to study the hieroglyphics 01 jODumcnts and temples After much J ix r ho deciphered them and nounced to the learned world fee result of his investigations Tin wisdom goodness and power of God fa written in heiroglyphics allover the earth and all over the heaven jgod grant that we may have under itandiug enough to decipher them I There arc Scriptural passages like my text which need to be studied in the jtery presence of the natural world JHabakkuk says Thou makest my Irfcet like hind feet a passage which weans nothing save to the man that knows that the feet of the red deer or fciod are peculiarly constructed so that theycan walk among slippery frocks without falling Knowing that tact we understand that when Habnk Ink says Thou makest my feet like Mind feet he sets forth that the Christian can walk amid the most dan Jerous and slippery places without tiling In Lamentations we read that tribe daughter of my people is cruel like the ostriches of tho wilderness a passage that has no meaning save to the man who knows that the ostrich leaves Its cg in the sand to bu hatched out by the sun and that the young estrich goes forth unattended by any maternal kindness Knowing this the fpassape is significant The daughter of my people is cruel like the ostrich f the wilderness I 4 Those know but little of the mean lag of tho natural world who have kedat it through the eyes of others and from Look or canvas taken time im pression There arc HOIIIO faces so nobilc that photographers can not I akc thorn and the face of nature has uch a flush and sparkle and life that- o human description can gather hem No one knows the pathos of a irds voice unless he has sat at sum n r eveningtide at the edge of a wood sad listened to the cry of the whip worwlll There is to day more glory in one ranch of sumach than a painter could ton a whole forest of maples God lath struck into the autumnal leaf a lance that none see but thoso who Some face to face the mountain look Ing upon tho man and the man look Ing upon the mountain t For several autumns r made a tour 10 the far west and one autumn about this time saw that which I shall never orget I have seen the autumnal etches of Crapsey and other skillful incils but that week I saw a pageantI ao thousand miles long Let artists land back when God stretches Ills Das A grander spectacle was never idled before mortal eyes Along T the rivers and up and down- sidese of tho great hills and r the banks of the lakes there was a indlscribablo mingling of gold ad orange and crimson and saffron wr sobering into drab and maroon ow flaming into solferino andscarlet Pere nnd there the trees looked as If Ht their tips had blossomed into fire a the morning light the forests seemed if they had been transfigured and Ita the evening hour they looped as if to sunset had burst arId fallen upon spotssereeir work we saw the first kindling the flames of color In a lowly rig then they rushed up from branch branch until the glory of the Lord bmcigcd the forest Hero you would- d a tree just making up its mind to ange and there one looked as if winded at every pore it stood bathed carnage Along the banks of Lake ron there were hills over which ro seemed pouring cataracts of fired up and down and every whither f the rocks Through some of the fines we saw occasionally a ming stream as though it rc rushing to put out the conflagra If at one end of the woods a mantling tree would set up its nson banner the whole forest pre d to follow If Gods urn of colors re not infinite one swamp that I r along the Maumcc would have usted it forever It seemed as if sea of divine glory had dashed its f to the tip top of the Alleghenies then it had come dripping down to- est leaf and deepest cavern oet persons preaching from this J find only in it a vein of sadness I that I have two strings to this gos harpa string of sadness and a Sr of joy infinite Jre all do fade as a leaf tLike tho foliage wo fade tally The leaves which week Te last felt the frost have day by t been changing in tint and will d k for many boughwaiting 1 tstrikethpicturedyouhand oini i Dcepeand lI veinofbleedlug tinouterafteleaf I hiddengleamlagI I quenchedSo liondaychangeRutus 1hlworkofI decay is going on Now a slightl cold Now overfatiguei stitchinthrustNow fn1lttsteady of limb Sicht not so clear Iarnot so alert After a while we take r11 stall Then after much resistance we boundingoetogenariufalls 0 lIingflAsAgain Like the leaf we fade to make for yearsforestthis There mac other generations of oak leaves to take the place of those Maytheyouuqbudswith the chorus of leafy voices If tiff trees in front of your house like Eli jab takes a chariot of fire its mantle will fall upon Ellsha If in the blasl of theso autumnal batteries so man ranks fallI there ore reserve forces U take their place to defend the fortress of the hills The beaters of gold lea will have more gold leaf to heat Tin crown that drops today from the pear of the oakwill be picked up und handed down for other kings to wear Let the blasts come They only make room for other life So when we go others take our spheres Wo do not grudge the future generations their places We will have had our good time Let them coma on and have their good tithe There is no sightingI among these leaves today because other leaves arc to fol low them After a lifetime of preach ing doctoring selling sewing or tugging let us cheerfully give way for those who come on to do their preach lug doctoring selling sewing and digging God grant that their life may be brighter than ours has been As we get older do not let us he affronted if young men and women crowd us a little Wu will have had our day and we must let them have theirs When our voices get crackedIlleYus not snarl at those who can warble When our knees arc stiffened let us have patience with those who get fleet as the deer Because our leaf is fading do not let us despise the unfrosted Autumn must not envy the spring Old men must be patient with boys Dr Guthrie stood up in Scotland and sail You need not think I am old because my hair is white I never was I look back toso young as I am now my childhood days and remember when in winter nights in the sittingr- oom the children played the blithest and gayest of all the company were father and mother Although reaching fourscore years of age theynever got old Do not be disturbed as you see good and great men tile 1eople worry when some important personage passes off the stage and say Ills place will never be taken Hut neither the church nor the state will suffer for it There will be others to take the places When God takes one man way ho has another right back of him God is so rich in resources that he could spare fiOOO SummerfieMs and iaurins if there wcro so many There will bo other leaves as green as exquisitely veined as gracefully etched as well pointed How ever prominent the place wo ill our death will not jar the vorld One falling leaf does not shake tho Adirondacks A ship is not well nanncd unless there bo an extra sup plh lv of hands some working on deck some sound asleep in their hammocks Gael has manned this world very well Lhere will be other seamen on deck when you and I arc down in the cabin sound asleep in the hammocks Again As with the leaves vrt fade md full amid myriads of others One can not count the number of plumes vhich these frosts are plucking from will strew all the he hills They drift into thetheywillstreams clerns they will soften the wild casts lair anti fill the eagle s erieI All the aisles of the forest will be ovorcd with their carpet and the tees of the hills glow with a wealth will defy the of color and shape that looms of Axmlnster What urn could hold the ashes of all these dead leaves Vho could count the hosts that burn on this funeral pyre of the mountains So wo die in concert Thoclock that strikes the hour of our going will sound theteoirsghtlnonfectofsth se its out will bo the tramp of who carry erranddoing the same hundreds ictwccn 50 and 70 people every day lie down in Greenwood That place has 200eover Then if there aro the gateman at havemusthere youmany50 I1eaaidcemeterylargestthe cemeCatholicRoman hero were two C J- 1t tortes in the city each of which had more than this We are all owing London and Pckin nro not the great cities of the world The grave is tbo great city It hath mightier popula tlon longer streets brighter lights thicker darkness Cresar is there am nil his subjects Nero Is there and all his victims City of kings and pats pets It has swallowed up in its immigrations Thebes and Tyre am Uabylon and will swallow all our cities Yet City of Silence No voice No hoof No wheel No clash No smiting of hummer No clack of fly lOfIl one of them is lifted Of nil its million million eyes not one of them sparkles Of all its million million hearts 110t one pulsates The living are In smal minorityIf the movement of time somi great question between the living and the dead should be put and God eallct up all the dead and the living to decide it as we lifted our lands and from all the resting places of tho deai they lifted their hands the lead wouh outvote us Why the multitude of tit dying and tie dead are as theso autum nut leaves drifting under our feet today Wo march on toward eternity not by companies of a hundred 01 regiments of a thousand or brigade of ten thousands but sixteen hundred million abreast Marching on March ing onl Again As with variety of appear ancu the leaves depart so do we You have noticed that sonic trees at the first touch of the frost lose all their beauty they stand withered anti un comely and ragged waiting for the northern storm to drive them into the mire The sun shining at noonday gilds them with no beauty flagged leaves lead leaves No one stands to study them They arc gathered in no vase They are hung on no wall So death smites many There Is no beauty in their departure One sharp frost of sickness or one blast ofT the cold waters and they are gone No tinge of hope No prophecy of Heaven Their spring was null abloom with bright prospects their summer lluclc foliaged with opportunities but October came and their glory went Frosted In early autumn the frosts tonne but do nut seem to danmgu vegetation They are light frosts Hut sumo morning you look out of the window and say There was a black frost last night und you know that from tint tiny everything will wither So men seem to get thong without religion amid the annoyances and vexations of life that nip them slightly here and nip them there Hut after awhile death comes It is a black frost and all Is endedOh what a withering and scattering death makes among those not prepared to meet it They leave everything pleasant behind them their house their families their friends their books their pictures and step out of the sun shine into the shadow They quit the presence of bird and bloom and wave to go unbcekoncd and unwelcomcd The bower in which they stood mind sang maul wove chaplets and mimic themselves merry has gone down un der an awful equinoctial No hell can toll onehalf the dolefulness their condition Frosted Hut thank God that is not time way people always tile Tell me on what tiny of all the year the leaves of time woodbine are as bright as they are to tiny 1 So Christian character is never so attractive as 111 the dying hour Such go into the grave not as a dog with frown and harsh voice driven futon Ikennel but they pass away calmly brightly sweetly grandly As the leaf As the leaf Why go to the deathbed of distin guished men when there is hardly a house on this street but from ily a Christian has departed When your baby died there were enough anguls in tho room to have chanted coronation When your father died you sat watch ing and after a while felt of his wrist and then put your hand under his inn to see if there were any warmth left and placed the mirror to tike mouth to see if there were any sign uf breathing and when all was over you thought how grandly hu slept n giant rusting after a hatttlc Oh there are many Christian deathbeds The chariots of God cone to take Ills children home mire speeding every whither This one halts at the gate jf the almshouse that one at time gate if princes The shout of captives breaking their chains comes on the morning air The heavens ring again and again with the coronation The 1U gates of Heaven are crowded with the ascending righteous I see the accum minted glories of a thousand Christian leathbeds an autumnal forest mum mated by an autumnal sunset They lied not in shame but in triumph As the leaf As the leaf Lastly As time leaves fade and fall only to rise so do we All this golden hover of the woods iis making the ground richer and in the juice and sap and life of the tree the leaves will come up again Next May time south wind will blow tho resurrection trumpet and they will rise So we fall in the dust only to rise again Time hour is coming when nIl who are in their graves shall hoar his voice ind come forth It would be a horri rte consideration to think that our bodies war always to lie in the ground However beautiful tho flowers you plant there we do not want to make our everlasting residence In such a lace 7 i f J I have with these eyes soon no many of tho glories of the natural world and the radiant faces of my friends that 1 do not want to think that wirer I closo them in death I shall novo open them again It is sad enough to have a hand or foot amputated In ia hospital after a soldier had had his hand token off ho said Goodby dear old hand you have done me a grant deal of good service and burst intro tears It is a more awful thing to thlnl vpf having tho whole body amputated from tho soul forever I must havo mj body again to see with to hear with jto walk with With this bund I must clasp the hand of my loved ones when I buvo passed clean over Jordan and with it wavo tho triumphs of my King Aha we shall rise again wo shall rise again As the leaf As the leaf Crossing tho Atlantic tho ship may founder and our bodies be eaten bj the sharks but God tamcth leviathan and wo shall como again In nwfu explosion of factory boiler our hollies may be shattered Into a hundred fragments in the air but God watches the disaster cud we shall come again Ho will drag tho deep and rnnsncli the tomb and upturn tho wilderness and torture the mountain but Ho will find us and fetch us out nud up It judgment and to victory Wo shall eomu up with perfect eye with perfect hand with perfect foot and with perfect body All our weaknesses lleft boa hindWu fall but wo rise we die but wo live again Wo molder away but we come to higher unfolding As the leaf As the leaf- INTERESTING ITEMS SKCIIKTAUV OK WAil LAMOXTH annual estimate of appropriations places the total next year at Si287r 0a8 lime average weight of tho Chinese brain is heavier than the average weight of tho brain In any other race MIL FKHOUHON tho Hoston kiteflyer hurls broken nil records by flying a klto l t5 foot above tilt earth and keeping it more than a mile high for three hoursJiinx MAIN A PtA the progressive queen of Portugal has been doing some beautiful modeling In clay and she hurts recently finished an elaborate piece of mural decoration TUB cries of sea birds especially seagulls mire very valuable as fog signals The birds cluster on tho cliffs nod coast and their cries warn boatmen that they are near the land MILLIONS of men in India live mar ry and rear apparently healthy chil dren upon an lucoino which even when the wife works Is rarely above r0 cents a week and sometimes It falls below that IN the flowery auction shop of T S Weinberger is n Ilible printed in Span ish at Madrid In 1MW The pul Ushers name is in Hubrew though both Old rind Now Testaments are in the volume Tin perfume of louvers disappears as soon us the starch in tine petals is uxhauntud mind it may bo restored by placing tin flower in a solution of su gar when the formation of starch and the emission of fraganeu will bu at once resumed Tin largest mirror ever brought to America has been placed in tire dining room in time wing of time Hotel Savoy of New York city It occupies tho entire of time room holing 12 feet high and I3jj feet long Several attempts had to bo made by tint manufacturers to produce a glass of this size without flaws Oviv 000 persons in 1000000 accord Ing to medical authority die from old age while 1200 succumb to gout 18 400 to measles 2700 to apoplexy 7000 to erysipelas 7500 to consumption 48 100 to scarlet foyer 25000 to whooping cough HOOOO to typhoid and typhus mil 7000 to rheumatism The aver ages vary according to locality but these are considered accurate as re gards the population of the globe an u vloleONI of time most beautiful homes in London is thatof Alma ladetnt From lescrlptions it Is a veritable fairy talo realization and lighted with really Vladdin lamps Erich room is furnished in exquisite design rind coloring md tint drawing rooms is considered the most perfect in workmanship In time world It is built in Gothic style with time arch above set in various hades of yellow glass through which thu light Vickers in subdued radiance ikencd unto time moons mellow rays TUB Lelloutilliur family of Cincinnati havu some of the rarest heirlooms from their distinguished ancestors Among others may bo mentioned a ankanl of beaten silver which Is over 00 years old It is appropriately in Bribed and stands ten Inches high Another abject of value owned by this amity is a tortoise smell snuffbox or lamented with a silver medallion portrait of Charles L carved in silver and was presented by Charles II It Is al o adorned with time family crest with a hand holding an oak branch TUB natural bridge of Virginia has Iways been regarded as a great wonder and justly so but there is n fur greater one in Idaho near tho Hay Horse mine which is known to very few people and they have nov r paid ny attention to it except to make omo exclamation of wondor when they first saw it There is a tunnol through n granite mountain Tho tunnel is a little over a mile long is vide enough for a double track rail oad to pass through and is straight The walls are nearly as oven aS thoy vould have been had ii been blsuted hrough by men I f r t r Jy l l iIr AN ANGRY INeI i Hitter WortU of Otcar of Bwetica aadrs F Norway iI The dispute between Norway and Sweden which has raged with more or 1 less bitterness for the last decadc lisa f become moro acute since the return r- na NniiHon from iris expedition tole north lc1t Iran reached a jiotitjtiin a fact that leads many people td expect KcrioftB trouble The radicals one of wlvpno lenders is the famous Poet Ujcrnstjcrno Hjornson whose ardent desire is to mnko a republic of the west evil part of Scandinavia have used tine explorer in truth as a means to their + y end and Nnnscn apparently has cast his lot willinglyI with them Leaving out of consideration time merits of the polity r cal question it is a pity that he should lend himself at tine moment of his scientific triumph to political intrigue lint this evidently he hind determined to do before his return to civilization for on the mast of Uio From as she sailed away from the frozen north homeward hound was the single ling of Norway and not the SwedishNorwegian ensign Xanscns fellow republicans In ChrisRtiana therefore were not surprised when at the great festival in iris honor hu poured nut iris soul in n plea for ank r independent Norway nut there was one man from whom every word drew blood King Oscar the scholarly occu pant of time double throne Although the sympathies of nil Americans are naturally with Norway In Its longingnto become a republic King Oscar it must be admitted hind reason to expect a less reactionary course from Nanscn ills majesty has not forgotten that it wan his lliuinclal aid which after the refusal of the Norwegians to approprl lite a sntllcient amount enabled tile explorer to undertake his hazardous ex pedition The king has been obliged to submit to slights on ninny occasions in Norway in the last ten years and has u hard time in preventing the Norwegian storthing from appropriating its part of the royal xnari or appanage lint nothing that has happened heretofore hunts BO excited him or led him to express himself BO openly as hue the Incidents mibsc quest to the return of his protege The reception in honor of Nanscn In Christiana in fact was at the satire time almost n demonstration against time King Although the explorer was re ceived as a returning victor time king lumen his arrival at tho station to take purl in the welcome was hardly noticed lint he did not let this prevent him from giving n gala dinner at tho castle In honor of the returning traveler He used the occasion however to express in no uncertain way his opinion of the course things had taken Only one toast was given and this was by the king him self for NaiiMcn Hut the toast became a speech of unexpected bitterness After referring to time fact that it hail often peen said that he was no Nor wegian but a stranger time king turned defiantly to thu silent1 lender cxMIn ister Stern who smut at his side and shaking his finger significantly he con tinued I look upon It not only an my Imply duty lint 1 also consider it my irre vocable right to be lucre as Luc luster voter of the feelings of my Norwegian subjectsNo replied to the king of course rush the guests were glad when tine Unit rimiu to Ion in the entitle Hut his mini estys reinnrkabln assertion was soon under discussion from one end of Scan dinavia to the other He lend thrown down the gauntlet to Norway The Indignation of the king grew an he reflected upon the course of affairs and he decided to attend no more of the series of entertainments in honor ofrNanscn On thu morning following the eastlu dinner hu received several news paper correspondents and spoke with a freedom and indignation seldom known in a monarch To one of them hn sold I have a very difllctilt place and admit that time future fills mo with misgivings lime Norwegians follow poi Hies more thnn any other people That lias caused one ninny an unhappy hour already hut with tho help of God and here the king raised his voice and his eye bore a determined look I shrill attain my goal I am and shall remain king of Norway It IB a hard battle 1 dial conquer In Sweden It humus long been believed Unit Emperor William has won King Oscar as a secret member of tho triple alliance The Norwegian radicals are bitter at this ns they sea in it n danger for the expected Norwegian indepen thence Hut time dispute to which fire IWH been added by Nansens return wllHIkefy lId sooner or later in the republic of Norway N V Tribune 4 Wlmt tttnu tsrhrnmfIt has frequently been asserted that 0 l111 brilliant colors of many flowers erve to attract bees and butterflies to them Experiments recently rejwrled tI the Helghm Academy of Science seem to show that the perfume rather than Line color of tho lowers Is thu real atrruction HrJghtt lorcd blo5domMtwere covered with leaves and papers tinned closely about them yet thcJn meets not only visited the hidden flow C1II but endeavored to force their way under thu papers in order to reach the riosRoins whIch they could not see Chicago titer Ocean ki lllgffrit on Record Has this been a good year li dj v the oily campaigner an old farmer Cant tell yet OJut I will wiy U1J his 4- 1 ever NeehctroitjrePrsasrn li r 4 K a4 rt c r f h 1 itf 1 irEIYto Take Operate j Aw features peculiar to Hoods Pills Baton la gip UrteteWferacfcnt thorough Ae one nan II Hoodsskita have taken a pill till It Is nil irer fee a I Hood If Co Prolxletors lowell bias PillsTbe only pllb to take with Hoods Sarsaparlll 0000000II LATE ITATE NEW- Soooo00000000000000000 rDavlees county votes on local option December 13II i Lexington people are kicking over the quality of gus furnished in thnt cityI Mrs Lingard Byrno was burned to r death near Uniontown while cooking dinnerA man went quail hunting one day last week and brought back 75 zabbltsII The public schools at Princeton have been closed on account of the prevalence of diphtheria t James B Parker aged GO wua burned to death by u lamp that he had upset In Fayette county Tom Day an old man residing in Elliott I county fell into the lire and was burned to death The court of appeals decides that Robert Laughlin the Bracken county lI1urI derer must hangII I While being taken to the city hOllpitnlj j at Louisville Mary Johnson gave birth to twins in the ambulance I Whit Roark a Hart county desperado ranted for a murder committed ten1 years ago is at last behind the bursjj Five cents a pound iit the quoted price of turkeys on font in Anderson countyI It Montgomery county it is six cents Joe Wayne a Boone county brute beat his wife into insensibility because she would not steal a suit of clothes for himThe state railroad commission has re duced the assessment of the Cincinnati Southern railroad from 25000 per mile to 3500 Seven hundred geese in one lock were driven through Owingsvillo ono day last week They were taken to Mt Sterling for shipment Since the last term of the Mason cir cuit court thirteen divorce suits have been filed which will bo tried at the present term Ben 0 Sknggs a stone mason stabbed to death Randall Johnson postmaster at Brushey Taylor county They had a dffflculty over hogs 1 While J W Hurt was on trial in the Graves county court for bigamy six of his fourteen livingI wives nnd four young children sat near him All the guards in the Frankfort peni tentiary will hereafter bo uniformed and the United States army tactics and regulations will be observed Rev George Darsio has been chosen by the Christian church at Frankfort for his twentieth year in the pastoral Hcrvice in that congregation- J L Strothcr foreman of tho Louis vilo city railway company is missing Ho is credited with carrying largo sums of money ali his family suspect foul playRAbout two weeks ago Eli Eyerlcy of jftlcchanicsburg began hiccoughing and kept it up for over a week He is 85 years of age and the doctors say ho cnn not survive Living with Hearst Witt In Estill county are his father and mothor in law each 93 yenta old This is probably the oldest couple living In the samo family in the state Three masked negro oxconvicts Dave I Powell Wm Dixon and Wm Loving entered the store of Lewis Metznor at Qwcnsboro and shot him intending robber They were captured In tho Piko circuit court Coon Wil lis an 18yearold boy accepted A life term in tho penitentiary for killing Tandy Branham about two months ago 1 He feared the hangmans noose J At Richmond Lewis Kennedy a chimney sweep did soino work for Judge I Qj lo R Burnam and Miss Alice Lloyd and ta lug wetvea a check from e cbhe proceeded to raise the HuiOHaU He giltj it M1atc 1rtrinfH1 t 1IJ I ll cfb a LluzZ b 4- Li J A Boono county girlshot ctfbeI cause her beau was put in jail for drunk enncss The chances are that she would have felt like shooting him many a tint if she had lived to marry him Thomas Snyder fatally shot Wealey McDonnclley near Burgin Both are farmers the former being a tenant of the latter McDonnclley accused Snyder of tearing oil and burning the weather boarding of the house John Meagher of Frankfort one of the owners of the big New Market die tillery at Mt Sterling announced thnt the distillery would be running IIborttv and run indefinitely This will give employment to many idle men The Richmond Register tells of a mar who got his arm broken leg broken and collar bone smashed and adds that 1 hl was not seriously hurt Most of us would think we were seriously hurt if our anatomy was deranged to that extent In Breathitt county robbers went iin on Johnson Ncnce his nephew Alex Farler and their wives hung the men until they told where their money was took 80 insulted the women nnd got away Mrs Neace hid 200 from then While attending church nt Bethel iin Madison county Leslie Taylor nnd Will Jones l nth sons of prominent farmers became involved in a quarrel over pol tics and Taylor w seriously stabbed Jones with a knife that his recovery ill doubtfulRnymon Davis living nt Buckeye Madison county was shot at from nrr bush one night last week The shot missed Davis but struck the horse which ho was riding killing it instantly A neighbor with whom Davis had trouble Is accused of the deed Danville has a cancer doctor who has never failed to cure u cancer when he told a person ho could euro him His remedy was found in the iisland of Cuba and introduced in America in the year 1885 He can not raise the dead but he can pave the living Two young ladies Luln and Lizzie Und and their escort Al Pol lick met with n sudden and violent death at Concord last Friday night In crossing the C tc O track their buggy WOK struck by in engine of the F F V train com pletely demolishing it and causing the almost instant death of the young people While John Wuertz nnd son were digging a well on their farm about three miles back of Ashland they were forced to abandon the job at n depth of 22 feet by n flow of oil that came oozing through the gravel bottom Nearly a barrel was baled out and elevated by windlass in the hope that tho flow would exhaust but it held on and increased until now It is several feet deep in the well Try It and See Whatever may be said about the pub lications of Rev Irl R Hick by those who do not fully understand the facts there h no use denying the truth that taper and almanac have come to stay Isis splendid journal Word and Works is now entering its tenth year largely Increased in circulation and in every way improved until it deserves the national reputation it has attained Ills 1897 almanac is now ready and is by for the finest and most beautiful ho has yet Issued It contains 108 pages including cover artistically printed in colors and Is filled from back to back with just what is wanted in every shop office and home in America One feature of the almanac for 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