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J vSS WBaBBKjfciBSBMBWIKBBH toWL W HHRRliBIHHelHli lgffffBgffftBtgfH lsBmmmmmmniLBmammmmnmnnmBmmBm 1MCJHMKIhi c ifl fjrv V A TiSStTV UrnSirr SfT 11 S2 I RICHMOND j m t- I - uw k r45A J J m NUMBER PLEA A Defense of Women Who Have to Work on Farms Oulda the erratic the sareaetie the satirical tbe ever lntmeeiy interest Â¬ ing has a word to say in favor et outdoor work for women Says the author of Moths and a hundred other gaudy hued romances It may be hard work it ae doubt is but women accustomed to it f roe eaild hood have their fraaaee inured aad their muscles and sinews adapted to it It is strange that any idea of degrada Â¬ tion in field work should ever have arisen It is tbe oldest the moat primitive and the most poetic of all forms of labor Evea a line of women hoeing or gathering tubers on a flat expanse of earth and standing dark against the sky line has great nobility and beauty in it compared te a line of similar women standing before a row of tabl s of looms or of machines Field work does not necessarily either age or injure tbe woman I know a woman one out of a number like her who is fifty five years old she is very haadsosie in feature and clear of complexion her statue is firm and her form lithe and active she has been the mother of twelve sons aad daughters she is mow at tbe head of the family being a widow she still works early and late in the fields as she has done ever since she was a small child employed to cut grass for the oalves or weea the rows of lettuce or endive her strength is vast she oaa lift Immense weights with bo effort she rises at four to send her family off to their various labors she rules them with patriarchal severity and with the ex Â¬ ception of two or three hours rest at midday in summer she is out of doors all day in the fields or by the edge of the river washing or on the road with her eggs and fowl and fruit in leisure moments she is always plaiting straws a bundle which always hangs from her waist ready to occupy any spare idle volume ATTORN EYH 1 in WnllnAA AD aa Kentucky MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Marriage records Gome Queer SEPTEMBER 18 1889 WATER IN 14 1 AX0SV3I0US LETTERS Some Itwaarks Alioat Letters That Have Ko Names to Them IUKXAM TToRXBlm nil A H - iT gil If - muuiic ft MM yA Butwillw lTtt - The extensive dealers in J 1 si LLlVAa 1 TORXBT - A T JA - v nj i v Kmvtwcky r Shoes Gents Funiisli H oiintr tint irriLmma sm smuttyW-oe Jitae Jttttar JlWsHats at No Richniand their 101 AVest Main Street Ivy have receixed s POWELL TTORXET A T IA If Kkktucky vjn A sml Street PLXTAL fc S- - UUGRRY SUMMER STOCE and it is much larger than they Yf H - V WILKES SMITH VTA SUXGEOX fii - Kentucky Mac S- MnlllinilMMatSte4 r id limited CUMOXO M have ever beore handled But their prices are no larger than before They have Â¬ tw demtitrr- - - Every Grads and Variety OF J MtiKUA2JDDS KEXTUCKT everMasHMmXtrthmal UiiS4n BOCTS 3 SHOES thai the public could wish Their line of GENTLEMENS J A i UKKD s I DD s roatitnneo ILLB KEXTUCKT Everything lumen P HYSfcIANS j T I M POY NTZ - CIAXA XD SURGE OX NO - - IvBNTUCKV V T ml Httwat wax WMteK Drag - a LVAXSMD IAXAXD SURGEON n i id - KstfTWCKY bat to Suppose the mere statement of a HeSuch tenderone shorttake a Dass caught In hour The Uass though caught the Date death or marriage were made on Married At Williamsburg otf Fri- Â¬ is especially full The same in authority of a nameless piece of day April 15 1853 by Rev Mr Congress and Buttons Also Goat paper sent in and the said event at St 1ih1 not transpired Such impo Malone Miss Peters Church Mr W and Kangaroo Both Moon to Ann Cooke sitions have been practiced and Ho Is not mad though lunar light French and American Call nothing ever happened that might Ills broth did overlook For ho has gained to his delight not be repeated A wife that Is a Cooke The new and popular Ooze Cilf Great injury would be done a Ills goose Is cooked and other maids May envy her the boon with Taufox lecturer a sale or any other thing Whose tall ambition wished and got depending on a fixed date by the The bright man in the Moon In Now York March 1832 Mr publication of another date and IN LADIES1 HIGH CUT LACED CALF SKIN SHOES for items of news large or small and our friends could send much tnoie than they do but it is the news without name to which we object More than this persons send matters of importance for publication and feel hurt at their non appearance never thinking for a moment that they tailed to sign any name to the letter or whatever it was they sent A newspaper cannot afford to publish the most trivial occur- Â¬ rence without knowing the source from whence it conies Suppose we should receive through the post office a card or note stating that Miss Blank of some place 01 other is visiting some family and it should be discovered that Miss Blank is a disreputable character a disgrace to any family she might visit would we not be in an em barrasscd attitude without some bodys name to the card or note Announcements Culled from Old Time Papers This collection of marriage an- Â¬ Wo are greatly annoyed by nouncements has been copied from old anonymous letters notes scraps newspapers published within tho last of paper postal cards and other one hundred years by the author of similar communications that come Curiosities of Matrimony In Concord N H February 31814 through the mails or are left at Mr Isaac Hill one of tho editors of our office tho Patriot td Miss Susan Aver We are always duly thankful daughter of Captain Richard Ayor As t walked out the other day Through Concord street I took my way I saw a sight I thought quite rare A Hill walked gut to take tbe Ayer And now since earth and air hare met together I think therell be a change of weather In Haverhill Mass August 1829 Cotton K Simpson of Pembroke IL to Miss Sarah R Marble N An old calculation of gain and loss Proves a stone that Is rolling will Rather no moss A happy expedient has lloly been thought on 13y which Marblo may gather and cultivate Cot- Â¬ ton has only got to change hor dross andj comn ner hair and seo about dinner and it will only take a few minutes And by bitter experience you know that it will tako a good hour to ac Â¬ complish all these things Of course you fret and you keep calling out up tho stairway to know what in tho dickens she is about and you tell her that you could have built the City of Jerusalem in tho timo sho has been combing her hair and getÂ¬ ting into another dress and you get out of doors and stamp about In tho yard to pass tho timo away and you resolve that the noxt time you ask hor to go anywhere with you you wont ask her So we say to all our friends do try and be ready when the timo to bo roady comes It would save so much dis- Â¬ comfort so muoh irritation so much friction and fret And it Is just as eajy after you moko up your mind to FACTS JXND FIGURES Valuable Information of a Statistical and Scientific Nature CHINA OUIDAS EARNEST FULL OF FUN reea-pst-- as That Intended for Drlnktrig ts Dolled Among the Very Poor Married at Washington Ky March 1814 Mr Samuel January to Miss Pa malia January A cold match Try it try it In earnest yo who aro always behindhand and seo if wo are not right N Y Weekly FOSSIL DISCOVERIES Important Finds Made by Stixr Jersora State Geologist Prof George IL Cook New Jorseys State geologist has been investigat- Â¬ ing the red sandstone rogion of tho State during tho past few months Ho finds the area a very large ono and the quality of tho sandstone very valuable Most of tho deposits aro on on angle although originally they wore on a level Tho thickness of tho doposit Is estimated nt 14000 feet Borings havo been made to the depth of 2100 feet without striking any thing but sandstone But the most In- Â¬ teresting feature of the geological research was the discovery of traces of plant nnd animal life in the de- Â¬ posits These traces were plentiful and many fine specimens were col- Â¬ lected Usually the ovldonco of vegetable life was found in thin scams of coal in the sandstone or shells of coal filled with sandstone and bearing the form of twigs Tho impressions of ferns and other loaves havo beon found in the shales of tho region At Little Falls in the same valley gray sand Â¬ stones with plants are again found Othor localities are the quarries of Patorson Bloorafield Woodside Belle- Â¬ ville and Newark In many places along tho uorthwest border of tho trias especially between Bernardville and Morristown black oily looking shales are found The bulk of thco shales Is often an Impure coal So perfectly are tho coal measures simu- Â¬ lated that it has led to the useless ex- Â¬ penditure of much money in search of coal In the valley near New Provi- Â¬ dence the same black shales having plant remains are found The remains of animals are confined largely to tracks and scattering fragÂ¬ ments of bones Two complete skele- Â¬ tons have been discovered in the quar Â¬ ries at Belleville The tracks of rep- Â¬ tiles birds and insects aro found in numerous localities From the quarrios at Mllford and Tumble station on the Delaware tracks are abundant on tho flagging Reptiles and insects are noted but the tracks of birds havo not been positive- Â¬ ly identified The color of the flags is a dark reddish gray By far the best locality is the ono at Whitehall Morris County Here slabs have been quarried twenty feet or more In length and having several consecutive tracks of the same animal The rock on which these tracks occur is de- Â¬ cidedly thick bedded and is red Â¬ dish brown in color Fishes have been found at Boonton on the bank of tho Rockaway river They were perfect generally They havo aljo boon found at Pompton Furnace by a brook which empties into tho furnace pond In Washington valley near Warren ville is an old mino known as Fields coppor mine In the debris thrown out from the mine aro gray slaty shales inclining to black Remains of fishes aro hero very abundant and At Black Lake L I February 1828 James Anderson to Miss Ann Bread While toasts the lovely graces spread And fops around them flutter Ill be contented with Ann Bread And wont have any but her In Bozrah Conn August 1819 Mr John Bate of Williamstown Mass to Miss Mary Ann Bass of tho former place after a courtship of ono hour s this not angling wolL I ask SHOES tiow easy it would be for an enemy J I 1 TAYLOR Practitioner in Mediiine and Surgory Kkntocky c - NI sitaat uvar Hytnni iheery UN MF06TBK KKJTTWCKY I IX AXB SURG BOX ii i lvmie tree at MitAwr to 1 aawwiV our Mattt ami l4e V i IHILROBBRTS i ICIAX AXDSURGEOX Austin Drew incorrect Kektucky We cannot and will not publish A Full Line of any thing whatever that comes to U iiMi TaeiirTs Unar Start- - em both hard and soft i iin pn - Tnoomr unn tut tu the public us lrom an unknown source and we hope all communications will -- i iL d xsMira be pioperly signed for otherwise Goods they cannot appear in our colHX AXV SURG BOX t 8- to perpetrate such injury by an anonymous notice The Best Markets Afford It is impossible to have a news paper entirely correct when the French Medium and Coninnni utmost care is observed but to Sene heels in Oxfoid Ties Low publish all sorts of items from Button Newport Ties and Brazon unknown sources would iu a short Adonis Buckles time lead to ruin There is no reason why every message sent by mail or by hand to a newspaper should not be signed by the paity sending it not that the name should appear THE HAVE THE in the paper with the item but Knox Stetson bcjield by the editor for reference Mnrwick and in case the news proved to be THEY HAVE ALL Til AT Thomas A Ketcham Sccord to Miss Cordelia IN HATS GENTS Married at Brldgewator Decombcr 1788 Captain Thomas Baxter of Qulncy aged sixty throe to Miss Whitman of tho formor place aged fifty seven after a long and tedious courtship of forty eight years which they both sustained with uncommon fortitude 16 Keteham Cordelia if you canr I have says she Secords tho man In Concord N HFcbruary 1825 by Rev Dr McFarland Solomon Payne of Canterbury Conn to Miss Ruth Barker daughter of Lemuel Barker oMhis town Some females fall In love with wealth Some with a lovely swain Dut Sarah In the bloom of health Takes to herself a Payne In Concord October 1809 Jore miah P Raymond of Wcaro to Miss Susan Gale A constant Gale forever prove To fan tbe flame of virtuous love In Boston April 1821 by Rev Will- Â¬ Furnishing Â¬ II ML - lroti- - - - KtinDCKY - I 1 IJUIGIIT M D rJl SICIAX AXDSURGEOX Kkjjtvcky IM Ml In Smith Why didnt you publish so and I wrote you about it we are often asked Because you failed The best way It seems for a deep sorrow to - M LETCUKR IN PROFUSION NECKWEAR smother to bign it is the usual reply For the toss of a wife Is to marry another n Why I thought youd know my AX AXDSURGEOX I In West Springfiold Mass DecemGloves iu great variety An asKentucky sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- hand writing1 No we cant rec ber 1820 Stephen Bumproy aged sev iM enty six a Revolutionary ponsioner to ollect everybodys hand writing kerchiefs Miss Sarah Dewey aged thirty oight Sign your name 98- il HnlMltw Main SU4 In 76 he fought and bled iii lit rviwiH ttw Mfb- 8so -- including Monarch Shirts E and Coon Collars and Cutis umns W iam Sabine Joseph Willicutt to Miss Susan Whltmarsh after a tedious courtship of thirteen days and but thirty five days after tho death of his former wife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I Hosiery of Every Grade Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry 41 --40 UMBRELLAS in silk and other goods with assorted handles - BatMtow on Mute Streat iwtewi nipt rail HIMt ilciiitMi Ktvgw il rKHmlwlHMsa ttwMia ami MoMk uuiHli borti- - J d - cS M 110LT0N KENTUCKY Homeopathic Physioian and Surgeon lMOXD SADDLES AID No 2tf Second over I u i i Ii 2 00 liwfce to 4 M i irf nl lioinvofMlhle nuatulHw whh Pitttei Jfte4 KriviitK Itmrs Sd to p m tpeetal attewtViHi MMit hm1 Kll tit Hi fe- M CSSiiR tc 111 II II GIBSON Practitinr iu Medioiac ani Surgery - Kkxtucky tl jII lm rrofewiotial oarvteaii The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of W PIGKSSLiS to Street next has a complete te tbe pnb- - Garnett llouse stock of Exasperating Ilablt Which Canst Mnch Irritation and Discomfort Numbers of good people aro spoiled by their habit of being behindhand 1 For it is a habit and it can bo ovor ill inl LMUeifrilt rsal Bonaiizn Saddles IVianufacUiredto Qrdor como by a little will and a good deal n -- r V G Whiles Drug Sltire and none but the best material of perseverance Wo havo noticed that a man who is ladies and used Gentlemens always punctual usually is married to THOMAS B AYIiES boys Saddles kept in stock a woman who is never quite ready Harness of every description Real Estate and General Trace and vice vorsa and nobody knows or Chains Hames Backhands will know till the books aro balanced Collecting Agency Bellybands Collars Collar Pads at tho final winding up how much tiSnctiat attention paid to the sate Hamo Strings Plow Lines Blind mental and moral wear and frot thero 2 scli neof Real EUtc and to the Bridles Whips and other things is about such a union c r of all IifMl of accounts 47 46 used on the farm These overy day martyrs aro so common that nobody notices them Only experienced workmen em- Â¬ and yet it surely must be easier to die ployed on co at the stake seeing as all havo If you want a Saddle you have got to dio some way than it is to livo to select from ranging a hundred on for fifty years throe hundred and i WV gins Block Cincikxati O in price from 4 upwards If you sixty fivo days and six hours to a year of Harness yon have a want with a partner who is novor quite rody but who is going to bo in just rfer to IttilfclliiKft Miccpirullj 150 sets to select from ranging in c in RiebitHHHij AUyMille Ml price from 8 up a few minutes t K WintlHter and 0mgnvHie Tho punctual woman has hor meals All prices of Plow Gear from ready on the stroke of tho clock and the cheapest to the best Some her unpunctual husband knows that thing entirely new in Curry Combs thoy will bo ready but ho stops and -- The handsomest lot of lnp dollis docs a little job of work that might as 41- brought to Richmond ever well havo been left till afterward and tho potatoes got cold and tho beef Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY steak tastes like tough leather in con sequence Tho man who is on time has to sit The Largest autl Finoef Ilolel in round drumming his finger3 on tho L rity window pane and fingering tho cur- Â¬ LIGHTNING- tain pulls and making himself dis Â¬ to 4 agreeable generally waiting while tho unpunctual wifo gets things on tho According to rnonis tablo and wondors what does mako mon folks so fidgety Turkish and Russian BatHs in Seven Splendid Companies And that man suffers a small mar Â¬ 32 31 tyrdom while he la waiting and If ho Philadelphia North America does not 6wear about it jmt It down to -Springfield Massachusetts his credit oh recording angel New York Germania -An unpunctual person never can Hartford- Connecticut concoivo what a trial it is to a punct- Â¬ -- New York1 Niagara ual one to have to wait and wait for - Cincinnati Probably Caused by a Broomstick Amazon what could just as weU havo boea at Â¬ Pennsylvania Philadelphia Lecturer on Phrenology cautiously tended to on time You aro going somewhere at ton to maa selected by audienco for free ROOK BOTTOM RATES You toll your wife to bo bclock examination Married I presume Office at Farmers National Bank ready at that time You hurry to keep Man Yes Lecturer with confidence MaDy yoiir appointment and you keep it Call and see us before plaoinj of tho protuberances ladies aud gen Â¬ Sho knows that you win But sho Fnzu Arwmet Qirat re Thhmim wTuemes your insurance tlemen which we find upon the heads think there is plenty of time Peoplo nipi-or-CRS BURN AM HUMES of persons in various walks of life who aro invariably behindhand always wmhME aB4 UMUBoJwcaifc term of twenty kj about ts KjUtererepiBrlMt Tuesday may be passed by as having no phre think thero is time enough That Is iN in Aacno Muling property an nological significance as in the case of tho rock they split on You como For partjcului address muTON Eluott Pbcmu Kiaaavtux Ky country stores a specialty homo and find her not ready the gentleman whom I am nowy etc 4 16 But sho tells you rcassuredlv that sha 3231 Chicago Tribune 1- Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapeis lmTjiasr Gas Steaa Fittiag Toe Weights Soap Oils and everything elbe needed by persons np R pairiiiK h Specialty All t iuir kejt nt Gt1 Wiirlii who handle horses i m Mccarty sl Saddles Hniiiess Bridles CRAPSEY ArcTiiteots BROWN aet Â¬ GALT INSURANCE TORNADO Rates25o Per Day FIRE and Hel ABOUT GIVING ADVICE Two Important Factor to Be Considered AVIirn ConnsclluK Friends In giving advice to a friend wo fre- Â¬ quently and naturally make n groat We fail to remember that mistake we are advising another who is not We have probably had an ex- Â¬ ourself perience ot our own in the very matr tor in regard to which our counsel is now being aaked Thi9 experience of ours has loft its deep improssion on our soul and has possibly burned an ineffaceable lesson into our character As soon as our anxious friend lays his cose before us the memory of that experience of ours and its lesson im- Â¬ mediately fills our soul Wo feel that we are indeed competent to give advice in this very case We have worked the problem out under the palnfulness of actual fact Therefore wo speak positively and with emphasis Take my word for it or You may be sure of one thing or I know exactly what the result will bo is the earnest asseveration that wo feel ourselves to be prepared to make without any Yet there arc further consideration two fundamental and as yet unknown factors in the problem which have not oven occurred to us much less have they had the consideration they do Any solution that does not sorve take these factors into account is likely to bo worthless misleading and tho very reverse of sound Tho first un- Â¬ considered factor is that of circum- Â¬ stances and thoir underlying laws Are tho circumstances in tho caso now boforo us of such a nature that tho laws which applied to our former experience will properly apply hero Wo have forgotten that circumstances alter cases and that very frequently Tho second casos are not parallel neglected factor is that of personality Is the friend whom wo advise on the basis of our own experience 6uch a person as that oven whore tho two oases are really parallql ho would bo likely to experience what proved to bo our experience and to be affected as Where wo failed wo wero affoctod It may bo in him to wrest a triumph Or on tho othor hand tho combination undor which wo achievod succoss may to a nature like his bo the combination to sink him into disgrace Whenover therefore wo aro called on to give counsel to another it is necessary to overcome tho temptation of recurring too quick- Jy to Curscir in its past experience Let us think ourself into our friends placo considering his case well and not bo absorbed in thinking of a place apparently similar in which we onoo found ourselves and so bo led to speak finally and authoritatively sololy from tho memory and tho lodson of that experience S S Times In Washington May Alzookers At T6 he wood and wed 17 1834 Joshua 1 Peck to Miss Amolia Bushel bobs and wedding cakes What changes of measures marriage makes Quick as a thought at Hymens bock A Bushel changed Into a Peek June 26 1815 in Carroll County N C by Rev B Graves Captain Wm Graves son of John Graves Esq to Miss Nancy Graves daughter of Gen oral Asariah Graves The graves tis said Will yield the doad When Gabriels trumpet shakos tho skies But if God please From Graves like these A dozen living folks may rise At Herculanoum Mo May 23 1821 John W Honey Esq to Mary S Aus-Â¬ ten From sweet flowers the busy bco Can scarce a drop of honey gather But oh how sweet a flower Is she Who turns to Honey altogether ALWAYS An BEHIND HAND porfect Prof Cook is enthusiastic over theso fossil discoveries He believes a wldo field for research with sure results is opened in theso Jersey sandstono deposits He says any ono and not necessarily a geologist can securo specimens of tho fossils by looking carefully for them N J Lciter HIDES FROM Now Brunswick ZANZIBAR Where America Procures Mnch Material for Maklnc Leather The hido supply here presents many curious idiocyncrasies of trade Now and then thero comes to Zanzibar among the cowhides a lions skin and oftener still the striped hido of a zebra Bales of goat skins from Somallland sometimes contain leopard skins or tho tawny pelt of a lions cub When ceroal crops are short with tho wild tribes of cattle raisers on tho Bonadir coast then tho Amorlcan houses at Zanzibar aro certain of a very avalanche of hides Having no grain to eat tho peoplo aro com poled to slaughter thoir cattle On the other hand in seasons of rain and abundant crops tho hido supply falls short Thus a dry season on tho plains of Somaliland aud the Galla country makes a measurable impression on tho leather trade in Boston Goat skins are another important item of American trade with Zanzibar Tho oast coast of Africa is woll nigh possessed by goats Thoy are obtained through practically tho same channels as the hides and undor the manipula-Â¬ tions of Boston and Lynn oirportearc deftly converted into extra fine Mo- Â¬ imported Rus- Â¬ choice kid rocco sian leather or almost any thing tho consuming public like to ask for Mas Â¬ sachusetts is a handy State to have in the Union N Y World - -- 2 CJuMimESiBa Classical ob The Panama canal is tho greatest project ever undertaken by the hand of man The Pyramids of Egypt and the Chineso Wall sink into insigÂ¬ nificance Preparations machlnory and all things considered it is per- Â¬ haps one tbir completed and its booksshow a dtfbit of 350000000 At this rate its cost would bo over 1000 000000 an amount of money of which the mind is absolutely incapable of forming a real conception Whether it will be completed or not is but a mat ter of conjecture P3S a Regularity In tho care of stock should bo the aim of every farmer If they areiad and watered at tho regu Iar hours tfaay will pay all the better forthotroub - WINGED LESSON BOOKS PLATE GLASS A Fasolnatlnc Study Open to Girls as Well o Boys An Industry Offerln g a Itcmnrkably Fine The study of birds is one of those Scenic Display The casting tables tho most im- Â¬ fascinating occupations which are open portant pieces of apparatus in a plate to girls as well as boys There is no glass works are nineteen feet long need of destroying life to obtain all fourteen feet wide and sovon inches ossontial information as to tbe identity thick Each Is provided with an iron song coloring and habits of our roller thirty inches in diameter and familiar birds including some ot you fifteen feet long Strips of iron on will be surprised to learn over a hun- Â¬ each sido of the tablo afford a bearing dred varieties that probably come with Â¬ for tho rollers and detormino tho in oar shot of you if not within sight thickness of the plate of glass to bo every year A good pair of field glasses or even cast Tho rough plate is commonly a pair of opera glasses will enable you nine sixteenths of an inch in thickness after polishing it is reduced to six or to study your little feathered book seven sixteenths The casting tables while he flutters cheerfully about aro mounted on wheels and run on a through the foliage picks up his daily track that reaches every furnaces and bread from leaf and twig or peers curiously at the remarkable goggle annealing oven In the building The tablo having boen wheeled as eyed creature obsorving him Nor Is near as possible to the melting fur Â¬ it necessary to collect eggs even by nace tho pot of molten glass Is lifted taking one only from each nest as Â¬ by means of a crane and its contents Johnnio did in Mra Whitneys delightquickly poured on tho table Tho ful Boys at Chequasset Ono of our most careful observers heavy iron roller Is then passed from ena to enu spreading tno gloss into a Mr Horace Lunt tells me that he never layer of uniform thickness Tho whole takes an ogg or nest although too operation of casting scarcely occupies many young naturalists do not scruple Â¬ more timo than it takes to describe it to confiscate tho whole affair He obtains his information by patient watch Â¬ Each movement is made with almost nervous rapidity Few industries offer ing hour after hour the birds becom- Â¬ such fine scenic display as tho pouring ing more and moro fettrless until ho of molten glass Ono feols like crying canapproach within a few feet of tho nest where the little mother is sitting Encore it is so very brilliant Mr Bradford Torrey relates most In contact with tho cold metal of the charmingly an oxporienco of this sort tablo tho glass cools rapidly As soon re- Â¬ as possible tho door of the annealing when ho established confidential lations with a solitary vireo who ovon is opened and tho plate of glass introduced The floor of tho oven is actually remained on hor nest and fed on tho samo level as tho casting table from his hand With a manual an opera glass a moderate stock of so that the transfer can bo convenient- Â¬ ly and quickly made When after sev- Â¬ patienco and if possible access to some cabinet of mounted specimens eral days tho glass is taken out of tho you should have in your note book be-Â¬ oven its surface is found to be decid Â¬ accounts of edly rough and uneven A small quan- Â¬ fore tho summor is over four or five different swallows as many tity is used in this condition for sky- Â¬ lights and other purposes where common thrushes a dozen finches and two or throo strength is required without transpar- Â¬ sparrows less easily hawks though theso aro made out ten or ency It is known in tho market as rough plato The greater part of tho more warblers four or fivo vireos glass however is ground smoothed about tho some number of several specios of woodpeckers and polished before it leaves the es- Â¬ tablishment British Mercantile Ga-Â¬ and many other birds Then as you walk through tho wood3 in tho spring zette of 1890 you will recognize in overy grovo and in the low shrubs by tho Henry Was a Success roadside tho sweet voices of returning Toll mo Uncle Charles pleaded friends whom you know by namo and do you think that Henry will whoso arrival gives you lively pleas Â¬ Amelia mako a good husband ure Youths Companion I think he will replied Uncle Buttons of Great Value I ofÂ¬ Charles without hesitation fered him a cigar last evening and ho Gold and silver havo played an im- Â¬ took it as freely as it was given When portant part in tho history of mans ho opened his coat in search of a match vanity during tho last thousand years ho exposed his waistcoat and its two but it was not until tho sixteenth upper pockets wero filled with cigars century that they attained complete I havo no hesitation in saying that ascendency During that period tho Henry will prove a saving economical buttons on English street costumes Boston Transtyrlpt husband wore composed of gold and silver and were even sometimes set with dia- Â¬ monds In tho twelfth year of Charles Comparison SoLicmnx A wise reign buttons constituted the chief discrimination should be exercised by imports of tho country and wore sub all who take medicine The proprie- Â¬ jected to a heavy duty Soon after tors ot Hoods Sarsaparllla solicit a this roign however jewelry degen- Â¬ careful comparison of this mediciue erated into paste which rivaled the with other blood purifiers and medi- Â¬ brilliancy of the most precious goms cines being confident that the peculiar while steel buttons of abnormalsizo merits or Honda fcjarsaparilla are so and highly polished became the dis Â¬ apparent that the people will unhesi tinctive mark of the dandies who fre- Â¬ tatingly prefer It to any other prepara- Â¬ quented the Mall and Bird cago Walk tion Hoods Sarsaparilla is not a of St James Park s Jewelers Weekly mixture of molases and a few inert Timid Youth I have a poem roots and lierb3 but is a peculiar con- Â¬ and I want to see the editor Offlco centrated extract of lie best alterative Boy Tho editor is busy Til do just and blood purifying remedies of the as wclL Im on my way to tho waste vegetable kingdom Judge The enormous basket now sales of Hoods Sarsaparilla aud the Agood averago is a poor attain wonderful- - cures effected prove- - even tnont He who is not above the aver more than has beeu claimed for this ago Is bolow his own fair level for tho medicine If you are sick the best averaga Iathia worlds measurements Ja by no melas a prafeswgrtjiy linev 13 16 naedieine is none too gopd CASTING -- Massachueetts has 24000 scholars in her evening schools Thoro are 2000 Icolanders In tho city of Winnipeg Man Turkish women cat rose leaves with butter to securo plumpness The Eiffol tower has cost in one way or another tho llvos of nearly ono hundred workmen Tho government pays to the rail- Â¬ roads 20000000 annually for carry ing the mails Pittsburg ships 18000000 tons of freight yearly and claims to load American cities It is estimated that 2000 femalo clerks aro now employed in the drug storos of tho country In 1889 tho United States manufact- Â¬ ured 14000000 pounds of tobacco 400000 pounds of snuff 4000000000 cigars and 1500000000 cigarettes Tho Denver University owns so much land In and around Denver that her treasury will soon be filled with millions from tho Incrooso in land values An electric fire online Is a new In- Â¬ vention It can be started at ful speed is much lighter than tho steam fire engine and possesses various othor advantages A number of reindeer have been im Â¬ ported from Norway and turned out in a forest in tho north of Scotland in tho hope that thoy moa become acclima- Â¬ tized Thoro are more paper mills run- Â¬ ning more machines in the United States than in any othor country in the world Gormany has nearly as marly but no okhor country has half as many The greatost snuff taking country In tho world 13 France though it shows a decline in tho habit In 1869 the consumption was 13000000 pounds or seven ounces per head Now it is five ounces A York lady bit Into an applo and found wrapped around tho core a piece of coarso thread twenty f our inches long It Is thought to havo been dropped by a bird when tho apple was in full blossom A Texas steer tackled ono of Bar Hums elephants on the hlghwoy the Other day and the results were emi Â¬ nently satisfactory to every body but the elophant He was so well licked insido of thrco minutes that he turnod tall and ran away The amount of wasted material that should according to calculation pass through the Narrows at the mouth of New York harbor every year is suffi Â¬ cient to make a solid dam from tower to towor of tho Brooklyn bridge as high as those towers and wider than It Is high It is stated that tho following lan Â¬ guages aro spoken on the main street of Dead wood English Germnn French Italian Chinese Norwegiau Swedish Finnish Scandinavian Rus- Â¬ sian Irish Spanish Hebrew Sclav onlan fourteen with possibly a few overlooked Chicago News -- Ersn The entire absence of sanitary ar- Â¬ vil- Â¬ rangements in Chineso towns and lages boing well known it goes with- Â¬ out saying that the laws of hygiene are utterly and entirely neglected Thero is no isolation of infectious dis- Â¬ eases and no attention is paid to causes of death unless there is supposi- Â¬ tion of violence According to our ideas therefore Chinese cities ought to be hotbeds of disease subjected regularly td those terribles epidemics which with us are Invariably asso-Â¬ ciated with tho neglect of sanitary laws Strange to say such is not the case Epidemics come and go without any apparent reason appearing per Â¬ haps suddenly causing a heavy mor tality for a short time and then as suddenly disappearing again thus af- Â¬ fording an endless field of speculation to tho foreign savant But speaking en Â¬ towns generally Chinese joy an Immunity from these dan- Â¬ gerous outbreaks almost as com- Â¬ plete as that of well drained European communities and the caue of this puzzling and curious phenomenon has been variously explained Tho fact is all the more striking when taken in connection with tho contaminated water supplies of Chineso towns the effect of which on Europeans has been mani- Â¬ fested over and over again In the heavy mortality which overtook them pre-Â¬ vious to the adoption of precautions onjoined by modern sanitary science The healthiness of Chinese cities has been ingeniously attributed by some people to the universal habit of fan- Â¬ ning a practice which is said to keep the atmosphere in constant circulation How for this explanation can be deemed to suffice wo must leave to experts to decide but so far as a contaminated we water supply is concerned believe the real secret of immu- Â¬ nity from its evil effects to lie in the uuivcrsal custom of boiling all water intended for drinking As a matter of fact the Chinese never drink cold water The national beverage which In a truo sonse may bo said to cheer but not inebriate is tea and this is always on tap even in the houses of the very poor The native aversion to cold water is undoubtedly carried to extremes and certainly in- Â¬ duces diseases which might easily be avoided by a judicious system of outÂ¬ ward application In the matter of ablutions It must however be ad Â¬ mitted that the Chinese enjoy facilities which however little they are taken advantage of are far in advance of any thing within the reach of the poorer classes of our own favored land Every little- hamlet in China has a shop where hot water can be bought for a trifling sum at any hour of the day or night Even in a small fishing village on a remote island in the Gulf of Pechlll where the writer spent six weeks under very unpleasant circumstances during a severe winter this was the case and a great con- Â¬ venience It proved National Review - As the aoaeom advaaea it m ae longer a dtmeult task to restaurant short eake by its strawberry mark CMeago News When you are in a party teiHaar flsh stories always let tbe otbtp- - Mtosr betfio You eaa thereby get thebatg on them also tbe reputation of bafaag the biggest liar Lawreaee Ameriaaav And you went B the Rbtee I I suppose said Mrs Malaprop Aad deod yes It was beautlfuL Har Â¬ did you seeaay rhineoceroaea pers Bazar Is your Miss Charity addicted to tbe use of aleoboHe Xa bv lanter Recipient of Aim dade mum not be his oaly fattfoV b Lawrence American dnnkia Tbe After Supper Peace Mr Beg pardln bat I wish yo Clay would breave so hard Xiw Haufc Do it aoy yVr Ins Miss Haekias Mr Clay Ya ae Yo doae eat so much iee eream at d table iat Ps get tin a eold ia d seruff ob my neck Judge 11 A Symphony ia Red Mrs Honey Â¬ Algernon dear I wish yett moon would put on your red necktie for Why my Mr Honeymoon dinner Mrs Honeymoon love Bstnw we are to have radishes tomato strawberries aad claret Journalist I would like to get a pension Pension Agent Were you instant BOSTON VERSUS LONDON A Yankee Oirls Itoland for a Proud Brit onA Oliver An Englishman was being enter Â¬ tained in a Beacon street parlor one evening when the conversation turned upon the difference between English One thing is and American cities very shocking to us the Englishman and that is the many cases observed of violence in the streets here That you know is so different in an English city Differentr exclaimed one ot the young ladies who was entertain Â¬ ing the guest I never saw half tbe violence in the streets here that I have Why when we were in in England Liverpool last summer we started out one day to take a walk and we had only got across the street from the hotel when a horrible great drunken fish wife came up to me without any provocation and offered to fight me for six pence I never was so frightened in all my life What did you do Call the police she was asked Call she echoed the police there were no police in sight to ealL I dont know what I should have done if a coal heaver hadnt come along and volunteered to take the quarrel off my hands by fighting the horrible creature for nothing And you got away with- Â¬ Yes but I never had out harm any thing like that happen to me on the streets of an American city No the visitor responded dryly it couldnt you know An American coal heaver would have charged you at least double for taking the affair off Very likely your hands eooly put in a young lady who had sot yet spoken for the truth is that only in England are even coal heavers fond of fighting with women The conversa- Â¬ tion was found te be taking a turn that would on the whole not prove condu- Â¬ cive to social harmony and tbe subject Boston Cou Â¬ was therefore dropped as Sittings Real Ingratitude Cranky Board Â¬ er Landlady why cant we bavo something new on tbe table oaoa ia awhile Weve bad exactly tbe Lanl- bill of faro for tbe last month How unappreeiative you are lady Only yesterday I replaced tbe wood toothpicks with some reel Mefc- ory ones whieh cost five cents per thousand Omaha World Youngest Daughter Papa what did Mr Softly soy to you jot Why tbe now Mr Mushroom impudent rascal bad tbe nerve to aek me for your hand in marriage 1 do hope you Youngest Daughter were considerate with him Xr Mushroom I told him he wae a pro sumptuous puppy Yeuaf e Daugh Â¬ ter Oh papa Dindt be take um Â¬ brage at that Xr Muebroom Well I didnt notice bim tmkmg thing but he got mighty hot under America the collar injured while you were in tbe army Yes I was a during the war newspaper correspondent aad I did so much bard lying that I strained my conscience and as everybody connect ed with the arm is getting a peaoion Tex- Â¬ I thought Id juet file my data Â¬ il ay DONT GET LOW SPIRITED How to RegaIate the OtiWihiij Konltae of Uses Dally Work Therr are doubtless a few eases ia which utty requires tbe sacrifice of health happiness aad even life Itself but they are rare aad exceptional aad scarcely ever occur in the ordinary and peaceful routine of lifes daily work Their duty lies in quite an op posite direction and calls upon each individual to cultivate to develop to strengthen himself not to exhaust enfeeble and shatter himself sit ie strange that with all tbe ad van tagon educational and otherwise that men enjoy at the present day they are so slow to learn that their own best development aad their usefulness to the world go hand in haaJ ad rier -- PITH ANDPOINT Carpets are made to cover the floors and rugs to cover the flaws The greatost loss of time that I know of is to count the hours Rabo lais Men say of women what they please women do with men what pleases them We grow wise as we grow older but it is by forgetting what we thought we knew Life As oysters are swallowed when they are opened so is the frank man taken in when he tells his plans to rogues Hence it any ono obtains any thing without labor he is defrauding some one olse We can not bo reminded too often of tho fact that brevity is the soul of wit and tediousness the limbs and outÂ¬ ward flourishes If you havo any faith give me for Heavens sake a share of itt Your doubts you may keep to yourself for I havo a plenty of my own Goethe Tho judges of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania aro ridiculed for wearÂ¬ ing silk gowns which they havo adopted Tho innovation is generally Nothing Is earned without labor unpopular It takes something else besides cuteness to make folks see whatll be thoir interest in the long run It takes some conscience and belief in right and wrong Eliot Tho good old gentleman who ia fifteen or twenty years behind times usually has a son who is rapid enough to mako the average about right Whatever injures them pbyo4 salty in also mentally and morally ana 1 eocene jures tnetr wortc their value The loss of vigor of en Â¬ ergy of good spirits of cheerful and happy tone of mind does not end bt a mere personal loss It affects every thing they think or say or do it iafln enees all with whom they mineie and it operates unfavorably upon the very work whieh they hope to benefit by their sacrifice Tbe man who teils all day at one occupation and then broods over it fat tbe evening aad dreams of it at night aad who finally falls into the low tone which is tbe in Â¬ evitable result will find sooner or later that his business deteriorates Freshness and vigor a with himself oheery spirit aad a glad heart are as necessary to the true prosperity of business as they are to tbe happinooo of man Therefore let us banish the delusion that we can resign them for the good of our work what Â¬ We may be eaa ever it sot perform our work in aim bes manner we can act make happy homes we eaa not be valuable Meade nor even good citizens while we are personally weary and harassed weak and nervous happy and dull dreary and depressed Nor is H mi Met on t to try to banish the signs of sock coadl Uoes and stimulate a cheerfulness that ie not felt That may often be a useful discipline but it is oak like euttiag off weeds that should be uprooted Every one should endeavor so to ar range his lie his hours of work his reereatioBs his surroundings as to se-Â¬ cure as much health vigor hope aad Instead of good oheer as possible prolonged work in one direction or brooding over tbe same thing or giv Â¬ ing way to gloomy forebodings and discouraged feelings let the time be so laid out as to afford change of work change of seeae change of companion Â¬ ship let open air sunlight exorcise amusement refresh tbe tired mind let unused faculties have their torn of I Merchant Traveler A True Tonic When you dont feel well and banHy know what ellsyoa give B B B Betaule Blood Ealma trtal IClsaflBoteale T O Callahan Chaiiatta N C writs rt 11 lls R W a flfciA -- health great good Im W Thompson Damasetm CM writes I believe n B B the best Mood pnrmer- maae xi nas grettuy improved my general Inmlil atMf linfi ttau ma Norfolk Va AitraM Mth 1683 writes I depend on B B B for the preservairon oi my neaitn i nave had K la my family now nearly two years and hi ail that time hare not had to have a doctor -Thos Faulk Alapaha Ga writes ruiten u verrtoiy irom uyspepata Tils Ba of B- - B B has made me feel like a aew man 1 would not take a thousand dollars for the uouu it uasuoue me W f Cheshire Atlanta fii had a long spell of typhoid feven whteh at last seemed to settle In my right leg wMen swelled tin enormous v An iw Ioiiret which discharged a uH ot adiy I then gave B B JJa trtal nwUar vuieu uic HlT itisBaa P A Shepherd B B B etves An oW esnlieman writes me new life and new strength If there Is nnyinniR ihaf will raaKe aa ibbdtmiw ol t eP nr Nine men were kilted b near iiiaany ua ligblajag activity let ether interests than eur own come into our Hves Philadelphia Ledger a Lest Cat 2500 Reward The equivalent in English money of 2580 was enee offered by as ohi lady iu London for tbe return of a favorite cat which bad strayed or been stolen People called her a crank and per haps she was It is unfortunate that any one of tbe gentler sex sboahl ever gain this title yet many do It is however frequently not their fault Often funettonal derangements will apparently change a womans entire nature Dont bknne soeb ouffbrcia if they are cranky bat tell them te use Dr Pierces Favorite Freseripttou which is an infallible reesedy for It wfM sees re female weaknesses stere them to their normal WJiidltiun Ilia warranted de give sattofastlou hi every ease or money paid tor it tv turned Dr Pierees Peileto the ertgioet aad only Little Liver Pills ateeuhr a vfaH qne a ii Mr A M Robmeoftt of Ijootwttte aad Miss Susie B Harris of VersatHag have raarrM and gene otttowr to rr Â¬ u3 TSTnroiifl fcL Wi THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON HISUMtra Wm G EVEET - - Editor BSE8DATCT Ths Climax Printing White Go Chas S Powell YEAR i PRICE PER 150 1K9 WEDNESDAY SEPT The Joes by the explosions and fires at Antwerp is placed at 7 He hired a mau to awetx that Carrie Ahby a 14 year old girl wm of The firing of General Burtl as Pen Â¬ legal age to marry and after living sion Agent for Kentucky JII not help with her a short lime deserted her the Republican party When a gal- Â¬ The mau was let off with three years lant Union Mtlilier has to give up his Niulun B Edwards aged 80 years position juptbecuuoe he is Democrat died at SpringQeld III He vs the the question naturally arise la the son of Klnlan Edward the Imt citd Government the property of the only territorial Governor of Illinois Republican partyrt Lexington Tran Â¬ and was born near Frankfort Ho script married Misa Elizabeth 1 Todd jn Lexington a sister of Mrj Abtaham IX TIMES OP JEACE Liuoolu BUELL FIRED Ind tl 000000 Judge Fleming Deraecrat ha been declared the Governor of t Virginia after a protraeted Outest Fair for 1S82 The cities of St Louis Chicago anl New York want the Worlds Eleven tbottsand itew industrial hare been organ ized in Ike South within the past three and a half years MKhlisbtnettte m Â¬ Georgetown i going ahead in Mire ways than one John Green - been sentenced to death for the murder of his wife Bob Younger of the notorious lunger Brothers died in Still Minnesota penitentiary Sunday of eoHsnmptioH incr an destroyed n il The Brighton lieach race coarse by the tidal wave our pious friends say it was iif direct work of 1rovidenee Xeve Hrodic jumped from the Biooklyn bridge and ltot being tii fied with that performance We wain over Niagara Falls him to tackle High Bridge -- ihe 1 The President has appointed ex c Port of New Orleans and 1 Indianas Democratic majority v hereafter be larser than be- 1 1 iernor Warntoth Collector of damage was done on the last week by - Miiis and heavy sea waves At 1 me City Sea Isle Ocean City tipe May Cney Island ami in uiy other places suffered Y 1st A in tic coast is of Louisville 1 Kiufacturiug stoves for Penii auia and New York That i w where iron ean be made the c Ik apest Take off the tariff ami I iJe South blossom as the rose -- Inlgeford departure J ni the office of Commissioner of IVnsions is a serious blow io the Democracy His career was such al Demoorat disgust all good Republicans iil make them rote the Demo NEWS PARAGRAPHS cratic ticket Vtrporal Tanners Mm V J White left Monday in company with her dauRliter Mrs J S Armstrong and her two lovely little daughters Misses Minnie May and Johnetta for their home iu Dallas Texas They pw through Mitouri THE VINDICATION IF DEMOCRATIC where Mrs While will visit a few FINANCE days a sister Luneasier News Oh November 2 1SS6 in a mC st The uuuMial spectacle of a witiiet New Haven Mr Wain wH testifying in the tiun languagG and I HimI that iHere hitv 561IW0 others in lanKU tge jut aBUuinteliigtble MO loaned to tlte nalhMMtl lutik uiili to the Court was witne d here SatiMit iHtereH I nay lnatu d to the urday Prof Argo the aceonipli hed mitiunal lmk the pet bank while Superintendent of the Deaf and Dumb only J 4590000 have gone to imv tlie Awhitn interpreted the former and debt of Ik-- nation duriiti tiie dkhiiIi Hubert FeiiBel the latter St wi ford TM is the mot neotukUou iroHmctityn Jounial m the kH Utrg 0 the mUm I do imt nubble Odored fair liehl its funeral eharjse nmupbw oh tie part of the Secretary nr that tiie bnnKs are oor procession aling Hie pike from the rpt lht I hve my s klHH It Hobiitson woods to the Snoouiimore Hnlh The asociatiiHi lost 20 to the wan a very ieflriied federil j wlue 1m Zt and the fW fro the lieHohjhat any foid on slinre iuoftiie Iiapeof a funeral service epjeraud danee Ite tmieht to rntsiHi hot mjdoon is were dlvJHP I Mtlt oiHtthine In w pwt ami resulted in a lrig row and a ahoot that in tliis eiwiteetioo a htre fund ingfcrapein uliieh one woman whs IhiI Stanford Jotirnal HMilrilHMtl for the fleetion a Mr Awirew Steel one of the lies of Grvt r tivelainl and Allen J IIiwumhii I rtjH at tltnt of the SCO known ami most pminiuent citizens of MMMW ha been loaiieil to tin FHyette oonuty died at his home near batik nrMliout Interest a large fcum Yarnalton Saturday nitelit afur He was taken ill hhI ha been provided to reelect Mr Cleve- short illne denly on VnIncluy and gradually land On the eeoond day of Spiembcr Krew wo rx Mr Steel was r eventy 189 the great ami gkun Hs adminie years of age and leaves a wife and iralbm of wldeh Mr lilrtioe is tiie children live sons and three dxugh etiief iumlHary lind bail p estfHion of IvT all niarrieii but one Traiucript the GovemmeHt for fix montliu- - and W M Kerby informs us that he the statements on that day jmt forth Jas X Denny ami Joe S Rid 111011 by 8rtsretary IUteheller si row Slat lSSttJ6 was at titat time loan- - have appraisal the stocks bwidn and ei to the iiatHHial Imnk witlutut in- - other peiHotnl estate of John S Gilt that dcceaetla teret we iy ioaited to tiie uHiikH SlaTOOO and fiuil thi- - they are vorth Derbies lie owned 1200 tlte pet bank while aboiuteiy iMftli Itad gotte Io rttiuee lite debt of the acres of goHl laud worth 10 jieracre K Httbot fir two moniltt On the con- ami prjerty iu Florida and Mhidles trary whie 4S0ftl was IohiuiI tMtiiHjgli wlikh will make lite ewlaU wHItowt iitierefet to the iet banks the worth over 200000 LauoaHter Kews national debt was iiHjreael the re Tiie grand jury relumed iu nil 7S ceding two inonths 5708 1003 U ihi indictments four of wliieii were for I he moat scankUoux troHmeUoH in the murder one for rape eleven for ku hMMy 0 the HfUUm kluxiitg one fir petit laroeuy fie for Mr Blaine Uaveou any of Uie divine bud aault ami battery two for looting eions uboot yon Mr Bi line Nation Â¬ iu town two for disturbing lciig them-Utems-el- Keep it before the people at the lime that the ItepuWIenn A tlm Ink ration in the time of profoundest peee Increftseti the National lietrt nearly SSOOOOdO taring thf moiitlts of July ami August Daring the Mime mouth la tyearwliiie I5tevelil was at tlie head of aftkiro it w retlneel 1 1416874 The Itmitlieane rm ilrterniineil to ilem OHStrate that to the vlctMS behmg the epoHs of every character Give thorn rope enough and they will ha or Stanford Journal Miss Hltie Hatohcraft and Mr Ed Neale of Stony Point Bourlion ownly eloped to Cincinnali Tiitirsday and were there made man ami wit On Gvr the same day the brides father William Hulehcraft a widower with twelve children m irried a MissKoluii of Bnutbon ominty Â¬ loads of mules belonging to Contractor Degnon at Middiesboro were dumped over the bank Eleven mules were killed on the spot 13 have since tiled or will die and 21 will he ready for work ns soon us they get rehired Nobody else on the train was hurt The train returned to PhievIIIe about 830 aud the people waiting at Middles borough to come to Piueville tu bed had to sleep In the bed of the creek Piueville Messenger A family consisting of a man his wife threo grown daughters and tiVo small boys were put oil an east bound L S tiaiu hc rs Monday evening Tliey were penniless but in a short time they begged a su Helen t amount of money to procure their lodging for the night aud something to eat They stayed here until 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon when they left for George1 town During their stay Mere the whole family got drunk and outraged decency iu many ways The women not only drank hut chewed tobacco and mouthed am beer after the most approved fahiou They are an tin- wholly crew tsaveling over the coun- Â¬ try to bleed humanity and every cent given lo art ist them is that mifcli given to euoourage lazluess drunkenness and the basest lewdness Midway Clipper A REFUTATION OP SLAXDERS Editor Qtmaxi Union City Ky Sept 3 80 -H- aV-Ing been called upon by the Eldirs of the Christian Cuurch at Union City to see Bro John Hill In regard to some rumors detrimental to bis Christian character from the sworn statements of the patties concerned we are sat isfied that the rumor is not true By order of the Elders Â¬ W H Salu Hi Â¬ CONCERNING sold for 4 cents FARMERS Sept 3 60 I Miriam Hill yife of John Hill make the witliiu statement iu regard tu some family trouble we receutly Now iu regacii lo the report had that I had seen anj thing worng with my husband and any woman at the Poor House or anywhere else the same is fulre aud positively untrue The day I left home wo had no trouble whatever ami the reason I left home was from suspicions of my own and from what others had told me I am now satisfied that the whole thing is false The above statement was thlx day shbscribed aud sworn to before me by said Miriam Hill Witness my hand this day aud tlate above written ALBERTUS PAKKK6 J P M C Alt Jaubs NorAND Madison county A sad affair occured at the mouth of ANNOUNCEMENTS Kings Creek Aug 271 h A trlul tfa appointed at Mr George Hoggs to try VnnrflrtHtlioriJ toannouncetlieperron lor the offices A dispute arot e wiose untiles are found butow ot the Demosome small iffences liullcntei subject lo the action and James Banks kit J P Hall with cratic party an ax handle County Judge Stephen FOR COUNTY JUDO Hogg ordered Banks and Hall arrested JOHN C CUENAULT but Banks resisted aud dared any man to come near at the tame tlmf mak FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ing severe threats Jude Hogg order J A SULLIVAN ed hLs brother Ira Ho g to shoot him if FOR SHERIFF he wniilt lint surrender Ira com Â¬ J W DALES Bums manded him to surrender but stillrefused when Hogg shot him iu 50R COUNTY- CLERK the head killhu him instantly Hosg L V HILL gave himself up but lie has not had FOR JAILER his trial yet PineVille Messenger Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED At Our Place TO EXAMINE JOHNFWAOERS JAMES C LACKEY SAMUEL BIGUERXTAFF THOMAS S FERRELL A J BRUADDUS GKOHUK V MAUPIN JOHN CURRY FOR ASSESSOR WILEOUGHBY AV HARVEY C H TUDOR A THE HIRH1SHII1G Ih Bourbon county 1500 lb cattle Crit Davis won a 1500 purse at Springfield Mass last week with Greculauder in straight heats in 221 1 222221 The Castle Lawn Farm 8 miles from Lexington on tiie Riehraend pike was sold at auction to W Iv Cornish at 115 per acre The Government has established over 100 weather stations within the tobacco region of Kentucky which will receive and distiibute frost waru iugs Tiie Springfield Leader reports salt s of llS5 ound steers at 3i 900 pouirJ heifers at 2 fat cirm-- at 3 aud 25 head of best yearling mare mules iu the State at 125 per head to Martin Co of New Orleau La ThomiHou 82 head of sugar mules 15 hands S inches high at 160 per head Total for lot SI3120 Danville Advocate Tliis year 1500 car load j of strawber- Â¬ ries Irifh potatoes snap beaus cucum hers cabbKes ami sweet potatoes have been forwarded to Northern markets over the South Carolina Railroad alone lt s tt Â¬ L H Hudson sold Â¬ Terhune hjiight 10 mule colls at 50 to 70 Dean 8 cotton mules at 72 20 and Coleman 5 work do at 125 to 175 Another urop of corn sold at 1 lo be fed iu the field Hanodsburg Demo crat Â¬ iotu worship fourteen for omicealcd 1 none for trepa s two for vote Â¬ wliiug hh for pinpericfeiu and thirty two for selling Ihpfor unlawfuily Mt Wesley Benediet ageI 60 died in VerniMi Signal Sunset Coxs Mia has set and Limjoiu Mr John McCue was f uud dend iu ta it much brightness has faded Stone Bronghton was killed by the lied st tiie ltonie of his sMter-ir-lav- m the worlds of politics and eara at Wittelfeeter Mrs T B Ilannlton near town hst L rat ure Another great man Minniay morning Deoeaued was 75 John Lair a prominent farmer of - gone and while the country years old at the time of his death f and Ijh a fatatioM dkd eieral suffers the Democratic was a highly esteemed citixti A A livery ttabb wkh Si horses was fcdtooj leaolier by prott Ssbui 1r-- htd does in particular bwneil at 1ty Ii taught hi eoneeontive years in this S nator Ingalls said in a speech He had taught iu amAt Morgan exHtnty Ui organisil an Ex eounty lie soldiers reunion at Arkan- - Confederate every district In the county always with great satisfaction to patrons City last Thursday that even A sneak thief hag been through the Owingsville Outlook ier in the Union army should tills of tlte Stanford store 1 t nsioned The G A R says Uitele IaswIh 1 locker aged nearly 90 Wm SUttter a troMtiwent cllhsea ot and the G O P says amen years died yesterday after stverai U iEher is the great surplus tend- - Mottlomry eoutrty U dead weeks illness Besides being a good CbarWi Brawn killed Howard Jaek old mau he was remarkable for the aOM near larh liiAh Afrwin fact that his skin obnnged a number PWR IX LHUISVILLH ox aged M ami Mt n Broek HgMl of years ago from a very black to a while as fair as a womans He bad Th worst fire that the Falls City IS married in Buurbm eounly several offers from Barnaul and ethers 3 - ever had was Sunday night Tt H bioeks of Linkville Ore were to travel but refused tliem all Of lite vast wholesale establishment biMtted Saturday 1m about IWM0 lte years lie wa beginning to turn Bamberger Bloom A Co on A raaed trauKer hs been doing black again large splotches Htearhig I lit Street and the adjoining tlie MHed o Staufoni with furged ouliio face and body Stanford Jour- Â¬ nal Co elHrtks irerty of L Britxfelder n- - Grauman Co W C Cave J0I10 DavW wa KHbxl at eintreh in ihe Louisville Critic saya Jndae a t o Isaac Baer and Virgil 8 Clay eounty Suuday by Howard and Tiiotnas F Hargia left the Court hi AV n rht - Co were destroyed and He was 0000 Ainteals a jtoir man lie lives of five firemen wore lost in debt and without a home or client James Shtvin brakeman I M an Louitviile gave him a generous uel Tinier a falling wall The loss is arm o the OinciuiMti Southern at ooiue IDs sueeess has been phenom Â¬ t t mated to be 1500000 Lexington enal He owns Jiis beautiful home on FWtiHCNYlSrTttRS Mr John T Coituw ami Wiwi Mary Fourth street Ids creditrs have been OdliiK wefe married at line Grove appeased and life is at hs rosiest for Tiie Secretary of Slate of the Uet week him As a politician he hasnt an I iited States informs Governor etmai in tbe Stale but he ks too busy Eiior Cres of the Mt Veriwn barricading gainst tiie Wolf of povertTvL Creary by letter that the delc- StgHttl lms Mdd ilk paper to Mobrs y- to be tempted in that direction ite from South American States t the International American Brown Suihh and Marel A medieai Journal 1ms discovered Henry Brwuner rf Georgetown O orgre6 will reach Louisville that- - kissing is dangerous A good Va 1st and take breakfast at vMleil iis KHth at Mt SterltoK Ky many peoe have found that out to On hie way linne Im wm drownel in L ington Nov 4th The Secre their cost but not quite iu lie way 1 requests the Governor to join Oliio river party and aid it in viewing that Rudoiim wm of It de HMMle Sr of that tlteofmetlk writer means All r of Kentucky through which Lexington wa uoiietl in marriage to manner diseases are commuuksahle by kissing eapecilly The Governor introduc Mis Mamie J meson of Ciiarled oofiu dungermis he sajs and it issmokes to for a man who ilie bill and succeeded in har ty Marylaml kirs his citildren He should iever it passed by Congress inaugu A negro Uy wnt token out of j til at loncli llieir pure lips with his ovu 1 ling the International American Quiumuia Mo by a mob and huHg to Promiscuous kissing we are futlier i ress and there is certainly a wimlow till of the eurt bHi e for told slioulii be hurried out of faghjon good to come out of the outraging a little white girl by all well bred and seniihie peopii craent Am- American trade Once a Wik Mhs FaHiie Cr itHHr fell down the t teps of the kitchen ami litr Tiie people of Fayelle cHiuly are WHY NARhAN IS Si TOUGH ileek Tlie aoehlt lit HeMroti ner Em fast awakening to the iuiportaiH e of ant Hurt to get tiie War Department The Cattetteborg Democrat sais iueuee and th fall wm but fmr feet to establish a Cavalry Post in litis Vi r there are no churches in liar Ed IlibertHim yardman of tiie Kei oouuly and a very large crowd will fie niSi Un j i county and that is why there lueky Central at Covington at the meeting of the Chamber ofJ j -- uoh a deplorable state of law over and kHied mi I1iurday umruin Commerce to hear Col Breckinridge He was aged oiiess The Pikeville ilonitor Lexington 86 eurr and iived in explain ns to tiie likelihood of the Post -ivs iliere are churches in Ilarlan being located here and the steps to be iind further comments as iollows ilie en route to the Kcntuoky taken to get it If lids call lie brought It is not a lack of the gospel of penitentiary to serve twenty one years b limit it will be one of the best things JeMis Christ but pure unadulter- Â¬ far murder Berry Hens4ey jumped that could be desired so let then he ated cuseednass and savage fiend-j-hnes- s from the train and escaped into the united effort to secure t uch a Pojt on tlte part of a few des wood near Mt Veruon Lexington Frew w Twenty three sons of George Wilkes eighteen sons of UamWotoiiiaii six sons of Almout four sons of Dintel Lambert three sons of Electioneer five sons of Happy Medium and three sons of Volunteer have contributed new 280 performers to tbe list so far this year ji pry Six Judon H Clark of Eimira has re- Â¬ cently boaked a more to Bell Boy from a resident of Liveriool Eng for 1590 The mure will be shipped from there early next Spring Mr Clark thinks that a market for American trotters will be opened up in England in a very few years News Peter Wren of St Joseph receuily cleaned up 700 bushels of orchard grass fiom the farm of Merritt Allowayin Utiea township Ind This was sold in LHiisville for two cents per bushel more than the market price aud is pronounced the finest ever oeea iu this section Farmers Home Journal Judge Morrow the promising young W Guest was Mld Saturday by Scroggiu who owned a half interest iu him to Green Morris of New York for 1000 Judge Morrow lias won over 1100 during his slMirt career on the turf and will likely add a xood many more shekels to the purs of hU new owner Danville Advocate - Mexico ha increased her tnriiF on American meats aud grains In retaliation for our iniquitous tarifl on Mexi qan ores and the Western farmers are the sufferers If England were to put a tax on American grain there would not be enough poor houses iu the Northwest to hold the paupers Louisville Time Jol Â¬ Â¬ J The Mt Slotting Colored Annual Fair Association held its first meeting on tiie grounds of Peters Sonbee three miles from this city last week There was a small attendance on Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday on account of tiie rain but on Kridiy and Saturday the attendance was good and the As sociation made money Gazette Â¬ nes ii i- bke Mr DS Ollutt of Paynes Depot sold Monday In this place two galloiiK of strawberries They were the second crop raised from the sttuie vines this season ami were of large size and excellent llavor After Uie first crop had bt en gathered the vines were topped and kept well watered until the seooud crop came on Midway Clipper Â¬ -- Â¬ Articles of incorporation liave been filed by Danifl and Amos Turney of Â¬ Ibis coituty and Hon Tiios F H11 ste fur the of Louisville Blue Ltuks Sjirings Corapiny of the wliieh is to bulk a large hotel fair grounds and raoa track at Blue Lisks ami make a railroad from the Blue onunty for 6090 far Licks to a point on the Maysrille Combi of Clark defamation of character Mt Sterling bmucuofthc Kentucky Central ImII TDK CORRECT PRINCIPLE Tlte capital road at Iarks Ferr Gazette atoek is to be 500000 at 100 per share Mr Heraee SquttJlet ulwhas been aHd tbe busineM to commence as toon The people of remote Pike the true principle of in France ami Belgium returned liotne as 600 shares are taken Paris Ken county have govern ati L When a man doe Saturday nigittj after remainlnz abroad tuekhiu mowtlm He vMted tiie ezo wrong thev punish him AVal for t Thnrday afternooii while Hurry Dock and Pliant Ma fatttan st Poris went on top of tiie Clay an exoeMent coloreil bay rho IiatCell ISiflbi tower Danville Advocate been sent to the peni Â¬ hone ia la the employ of Jot Robert Ihtfrn In Lexington Tliunxiay by Rev tnn Was pickiBg grapes iu the gnrtjen tentiary lor life and Eliba Hat W HFeHx 8ldtHy B Brauham to the ladder slipped throwing htm fio lield is 10 be hung There wjl be litUeifany more Miss Fannie Graves holii of Wood- Â¬ leutly against the ground and breaking trouble m Iike If the other ford They returned to Midway where his left leg below the knee The Upuo aeeorded counties of eastoii Kentucky they were of James a recerKhw at Uie protruded through tlte flosh iHakjtig L Cogur residence a ghastly wound Dr Caklw H as would Jo likewise there would to lawless- Â¬ dynamite disaster at Antwerp sent for who nfter esainiimtmo xle The 5 peedih come an end Bfigkim k the raoet drearitul in the cided tli at tbe leg must be cut pS ness In Ilarlan oeunty the oiBcars Iiistory of that devilWi inventfou of wliieh he did Tbe boy was resting relused to uo their duty and the man It in believed that SQ6 people quietly at a late hour Thursday nijjht Lexington Press Governor Las sent soldiere thither roootly girls employed la the cartridge court A factory were killed outright while to assist m holding Tiie afternoon train last Friay going over to Middiesboro accldeuled county mast be in a bad way 1000 more were iujnred Journal when tinvernor Buckner sends Joe Stullz was given 10 years for at Roost The rains had washed lljo Fuboraation of perjury at JeflerseHvIlle that the raib had sunk and four bar t h n to prcierre the peace Â¬ peradoes there upheld and backed corrupt oAlee Jtolders who being of kin to the fugitives refuse tn aid in bringing them to justice Doat charge it to the church Mic has done her duty through her several branches and nothing first class hangings ut a few Ail noT do Harlan any good1 The Grand Lodge of Kentucky KnlKhtbof Pythias U in annual t eolou at Owensboni Tiie meeting Ik expected to be the most iniHitant gathering of KniRhts ever held in the State Mrs A C Kidd of this city has filed suit in the Montgomery Common Pleas Court againi t Dr Gleiimore otbt hve Mr II C Wheeler of Adebolt La has under cultivation tiie largest farm in tltnt State It comprises 0203 acres every foot of wliioii is under cultiva tion It was laid nut eighteen years ago and is managed throughout by its ownpr who has a helping corps of about fifty meu 2000 acres are in tim Â¬ othy 1200 iu corn 500 iu olover 500 in barley and oafs 40j iu fl ix and millet sud 100 Iu potatoes It pays The August crop report juM Issued by the Illinois State Board of Agricul- Â¬ ture fcbovvs the wheat crop to be 3000 000 bushels hi excess of last iecrd yield notwithstanding the fact that the area cultivated tills season 2052 888 aores is more than 200000 acres leas than in 18SS The area of winter vrltrat harvested this season was 1834 621 acres a decreastt of 244440 acres as compared with 1836 The yield or sjiring wiieat was not so good as of winter wheat behirf bat 16 bushel psr acre Mr C T Mason of Beverley has bought a steam plw for use on his farms which h the fi st ever brought into Chrisian cou ity If not tbe only one in the state It Is operated by a steam traction euglne similar to throe used with threshers aud dues the work of six fourteen lncli plows The plows are Iwdilml ami tlienghieer stands on a platform lietween the engine and pkWN With the water tanks on each side of him Tie plows fallow a furrow nine feet wide at a round doing the work of six two iior e plows The machine was purciated in Waynes-b-r- o Pit and the list piles is 52800 It reached here Saturday and will be ou exhibiliou in the city a few days be- Â¬ fore Mr Mason lakes it to the country Hopkins vllle KJentackiau Â¬ DeafnessCant Be Cored By local application as they cau not reach the diseased portion of the car There is only one way to cure denfuess and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by au inflamed con- Â¬ dition of the niucds lining of the Eus tachaiu Tube When this tube geta iufiamed jou have a rumbling souud or imperfect hearing aud when it Is entirely closed Deafness ia the result and unlefs the iufiamalion can be taken out aud this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine oases out of ten are by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucus surfaces We will flve One Hundred Dollars Madison County Sept 3 SO cnuscd by Druciila Coffee make this sworn for any case of Deafucss I catarrh thatueCHii not cure by tak Â¬ statement t Mr John Hill never said anything disrespectful to me in his life ing Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free nor anything wrong but always gave F J CHENEY me good advice as he did all the bul Toledo Ohio ance of us at the Poor House His 12 16 eSTSnld by Druggists 7oc wife gave us the same good advice Had I taken their advice my condition Tobacco Market would have- been better at the present Louisville Dnrrett Louisville Tobacco time than it Is I make tills statement By Jlover Wure Houhe of my own free will for It is the truth Sales on our market for the past The above statement was this day week just closed amount to 341S hhds subscribed and sworn to before mo by witli receipts for the same period 3507 my hhds Sales ou our market since JanWituess said Druciila Coflee 97571 hhds Sales hand the dav and date above written uary 1st amount to to date amount lo of the crop of 1888 ArHEiiTUS Paiikks J P M C 00303 hhds NotiAND Att JaMhs The ofierings of Burlcy tobacco tliis week have uecn oc n very extensive FAMILY FASHIONS scale and more than Ihc usual number Traveling Gowns lit iters Dust Cloaks of hogsheads have ieeii wild above S20 per 100 The market up lo the week and Other Summer Garments was more active uud showed a better The material par excelence for range of prices than for some time traveling this season is smooth dust pist tail the closing days of the week shedding fabrics although persons showed some falling oil in value nnd goiog to the mountains still use the tiie inaiket closed about as it was a The recent weal her condi serviceable woolens that are variously week a3 to the been known as tweeds cheviots and home- Â¬ tions have crop lilshry favorable have n nnd we now spuns The chief charm of traveling jjnrwng of hou iug some fairly good promie nttire consists in its simplicity and fas Â¬ tobacco tidious neatness Nothing should bo The following quotations fairly rep worn which is not dust proof or from rtseni our market on Buriey tobacco which the dust and cinders of travel Trash Dark and damuiied tobaceo may not be readily shaken The linen 51 50 loSI00 Colory Irash S150 to 750 should be scrupulously neat aud a Common Lugs not colory 1 00 to plentiful supply kept on hand to f5 00 change at hotels or other temporary Coiorv Lugs 8 00 to SI 100 stopping places The traveling bon Common henf S800 to 13 00 Medium In good leaf S1300 toSlSOO net or hat this season is a dark straw Select or wrnppery leaf SIS 00 lo simply trimmed with clusters of rib-Â¬ bons or bands of velvet from which 53800 tho dust may bo readily brushed The tailor gown is the model for a Local Produce markets traveling gown These gowns are mado CORRECTED WEEKLY HV COVINGTON ofcassimereslu light summer weight ARNOLD 4 BRO GROCERS MAIN very simply and severely draped in STREET RICIIMONI KV front with a plain jacket opening over Richmond Ky SepL 17 iSc an undervest of tho same or a contrast- Â¬ Beef Cattle Butcher- iiic ing dark material The Directoire Hogs cape which consists of a succession of Sugar Cured Ham J45C dapes piped on the edges or simply Bacon Ilaios Country 12c Cured stitched is added for extra warmth al- Â¬ Butter 15c though no traveling outfit is complete Chickens 50 1 752 00 without a light wool ulster for stormy Eggs ioc or for oool days The habit basquo Wheat 6o65 -- 1 2 remains the popular model for tho Flour Si 75 basque of traveling dresses of cloth or Corn per barrel 75loo of mohair although the fall blouse Hay per 100 s 40c vest is frequently used In mohair Oats in sheaf per too Bs Hjc Lard waists Tallow Dust cloaks are loss used since tho Beeswax icOc -rovival of dust shedding fabrics for Feathers tO36oc dress wear The material used when Meal 340C these cloaks are made is pongee or Oat per bushel Orchard Grass 75 mohairs When pongee silk is mado German Millet 150 up at home it should always be wot or Timothy Seed 2 25 sponged before it is cut otherwise it Clover Seed s will spot with water Care should be OaU in sheaf taken in purchasing a sponge dust Choice blue grass seed SOos 00 cloak to find out whether it has been Red top seed Potatoes 75 sponged otherwise it is the most SweetPotatoes Irish 25 worthless purchase to he found A pop- Â¬ ular model for a traveling ulster is clooe 3BP0ET fitting with a frock coat front and LIVS ST002 HAPKB EMI3RY By GREENE organ plaits at tho back over the lournure The double capes nro ar Â¬ Lle Stock Commission Merchants nt Clucln nail Unlou Stock Yards uud Covlnloa Stock YarJs ranged so they can be put on or taken off The edges of the garment are Cincinnati Ohio September 16 iSSq double stitohed and tho cuffs merely SHIPPING CATTLE outlined by double rows of stitching 3 75 4 00 This garment is especially stylish this Good toto Extra Good Fair 3 65 3 40 season in striped cheviots A heavier Common and Rough 2 7 2 50 ulster finished with a front liko an Good to Extra Oxen 3 25 3 50 hussars jacket has wide revers but- Â¬ Fair to Good Oxen 2 75 3 00 2 25 2 00 toned down on oither side nnd is fitted Common and Rouli BUTCHER CATTLE closojy to the figure and finished with 3 6otj 3 75 a velvet collar or cuffs The dressy Good to Extra 3 59 3 35 traveling cloaks of taffeta silk with Fair to Good 2 85 Extra Fat Steers 3 25 huge sleeves displayed in 3hops fail Fair to Good Steer 2 75 2 6o to find favor ia this oountry becauso Good to Extra Cows 2 40ft 2 75 thoy are too conspicuous to be worn by Fair to Good Cows 2 25 2 00 1 1 50 refined women The favorito clovo is Common Cows 25 1 25 I 00 a heavy dogskin buttoned with four Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS largo metal buttons or are iu loose sac 2 50 2 65 shape without buttons into which tho Best Shipping 2 25 2 35 Best Bologna hand may easily slip out and in Nar- Â¬ Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 20 row cord edged ribbons the color of Fair to Good Feeders 1 ooQ 2 10 1 1 tbe dress are often used at the neck Common and Thin 25 50 and sleeves of traveling dresses a d FEEDERS AND STOCKERS certainly seem to solve a vexed ques- Â¬ Good Extra Steers 3 25 3 00 2 75Q 3 co tion of neckwear in- - traveling more Fair to Good Steers 2 60 2 25 Good to Extra Heifers satisfactory than anything else Good I 75 Common awl Thin Stockcrs 1 25 Housekeeping COWS AND CALVES Best 40 oo4 00 A simple stovo for warming rooms Fair Grades to Good 30 00135 co by means of solar heat has been con- Â¬ Common 15 0025 00 trived by Prof E S Morso It con- Â¬ Best Veal Calves 5 oo 4 75 sists of a shallow box having a bottom Fair to Good 4 ooy 4 50 1 2 5011 3 50 of corrugated iron and a glass top Common and Heavy HOGS This device is placed outside tho build- Â¬ 4 30 4 25 ing whoro tho fcun can shine directly Select Butcher 4 20 4 00 into it Tho rays pass through the Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights 4 353 4 glass and are absorbed by tho motal Light Pigs 3 25s3 3 35 heating it to a high tomporaturo and SPRING LAMBS warming tho air of tho box Tho air 6 00 6 25 which on sunny days rises to ninety Extra- degrees Fahrenheit la convoyed into the room to he heated Â¬ Â¬ DEPARTMENT E POSITIVELY HAVE THE J J LATEST STYLES IE HEW GOODS JOKLTE51BRY CONWAY DOZIEtt FOR COUNTV SUPERINTENDENT HARRIS MRHAT MILLION AND AT J J a eas onab e irriees OUR ASSORTMENT OF II FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR A OWILLIAMSON S PARRISH umimmm S IMS COLLMuMSarJBl EHWEA P is ttie most complete ever offered in this city OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts WE CA11HY NONE BUT THE To wear one is to be convinced that you will wear no other We can please the most critical EST we are 119 onr stock Is not large continually rpiitwlnir it and therefore our stock it ALWAYS KItESH We nnd OUR LINE OF HOSIERY colors and can not be excelled in sizes prices Email Sell for Casli anil in consequence our prices are We carry the Best Brands of Hais in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTmEHT Exceedingly Low gyGive us one trial nnd you will he convinced is perfect in every equipment IIAGAN 29 CUENAULT inspection of goods and prices we invito 4c GORMLEY S1DDLES 1 SliliBKiSS Â¬ Â¬ Hen Boys and Children will find just what they want and at their own price in onr CLOTHING DEPARTMENT We are prepared to fnrnish yon with a complete outfit and know ve will do it if yon are a man of taste and consult your own in- Â¬ terests As we cant mention everything call and see for yourself 503 OOVHTCrTOlSr MITCHELL 2oo 1 3c CO conW C GOR1ILEY tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Kichmoml Ky formerly occupied bv J I Herndon as a drug store 213 West Main Street Richmond Ky T onro Sales and Harness N DEEP 19H 1 MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Koots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Gliains Collar Tads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Kidint and Driving Bits THE BESBXT IS GOOIX THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED ITS SERYANT Â¬ Fancy Bridles Trace Chains AS Ilame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete SadA dlery and Harness Shop specialty of A Light Road Track Harness 1 Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was to give Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 tho public the benefit of our advantages in our purohages We have WARRANTED sold more goods in the last month than we ever did- before The L ALL WORK 41 40 tribution was great We have adUed new friends to our numerous oil Â¬ iiJiStrengs im Is AccomDiisned Â¬ - A D RUFF We will not stop until every man2 woman and ohikl that bujs goods in Richmond is onrollcd as our customer and to accompli this there will be ones W price LET UP J m THE BAEGAIISFS the public at our owa wo shall continue to offer to Bear in mind that H Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains We have in the last few days made many new purchases THE PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT ITCiliMEHWEi DEALER IN Vigor and Vitality Are quickly given to every partuf the That body by Hoods Sarsaparillo tired feelinj Is entirely tvercome The blood Is purified enriched and vitalized nnd carries health lustead of dl ease to every orgun Tiie stomach is toned ami strengthened the appetite restored The kidneys and liver are The brain Is roused ami invigorated refreshed the mind made clear and ready fur work Try it It PRIMARY BLECT10N 6WQ Watches IF YOU WANT A Dress be one it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico I -- m Clocks Jewelry Silver and Flated warc etc Special attention given to SOTIKG DIAMONDS the one you want to see If you want any Domestics I am the one yon want to see If you want any Cottonades Towels Linons or anything in the Iry Goods line I am the one yon want to seot If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a ManyJBejy Or OJWkl I am the AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONES that will suit you I am the If you want any Shoes Slippers or anything for foot woar one you want to see It Is unanimously ordered by the Demtcratic Committee of Madison county that n poll be opened at the legal place or voting in each of the Districts of Madison county on Saturday October 12 1889 between 7 oclock a K nnd 6 oclock p M for the purpose of nominating aJeroocratic oadidale for County Judge County Attorney Sheriff Jailer County OlerkSuperiu teident of Schools Ass essorCo rouer and Â¬ Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and The Chief Ilcnson for tho great sup cess of Hoods Saraparllla la found In tho article Itself It Is merit that wins and the act that Hoods Barsaparilla actually acÂ¬ complishes what Is claimed for It Is what has given to thU roedteintra popularity and sale greater than that of any other sarsapa Â¬ Dont forget the place next door to the Post oflice Richmond Ky f If you want a Hat I can Eat ydu If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man Silver If you want any Flannel Over Shirte or Underwear of aiiy kind I will fix you - jau4tr For Prices I refer you to my locals found elfehor In this paper Surveyor to be voled for nt August elec- Â¬ tion 185J0 At said primary all Dmo crats who have heretofore acted Willi the Democratic party and young men who fliall arrive t age before August eiectiouN1890 and who agree to sup port tho nomiuees of the party shall be C D Ciienault cutllled to vote Chairman Aug 6 1889 0 17 Â¬ VVIII5 fler before tho public Hoods Ssrsaparilla cures Scrofula Salt Kheum and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick Headache Biliousness orereemes That Tjred Feeling creates on Appetite strength- Â¬ ens tho Nerves builds up the Whole System Hoods SnrropartUa ts sold by alt drug gists eislxtorf8 Prepared by C J Hood Co Apothecaries Lowell Mass lVieill as a sample of what I will do If LowFrices Polita- - Clerks and The Singer Manufacturing Company U bulldhiK a niarhiin with Hand Good Goods are any inducementjdonfcfail to oohw to th OKEAI Attachment and Portable specially adapted for Invalids travelers c to BARGAIN SALE winch now begins cost S2i cah Any one wlsdihm a machine ot ihte typo will pleaie leave order ut tho office 18 First street kept In slock 40P- - K It J F Stone la sold only by order seat - J F not JB 52-- Hi I STRENG Main Street Rickmnd Ky Tmw tfir sra Q83 V s S Didnt Sell CommUsioner James R Burnam on last Fritlav offered at nwu t SEPT 18 1889 teck ofctethmg furnishing IV EDNE SPAY goods c-- W B Whfte lo Bidding the Lj siJuable ram aa a pact few day aftr somelinHL reached h EvaWs ale of 3 town lots Soods were withdrawn Thp tnvtr Co Vs ar 3000 On Mondav th u Si - a 43FaUon fitly Jlonging to lame estate EArt Weymaa to a crowded bttosc wH Pfblldy for f 140 Z E Bush auc- m THE CLIMAX Smrnj ttcJ j- iaj night Honocr c p A i eye J tcint notice 1 ihc je aftctod read other time The goods vill be disposed of at an- Â¬ gr0 1abrer O ribbon ol g04 fcreken at A Disastrous Fall T Wt it amp Wedaeaaay L Ks at the Paris Pair H Ow hn Sat- - v c Court home Fridayand 1 v A u - y- - ffngcTf bulcbefi ww km over i Wednesday at MTepot and J ilUlt a C Heath was tut week ap- niimber of the awdkai board of tx iimnerc rn -- V V It - Witt was on last Wednesday tmaOer at Ktngiton vice I ntgned - riagheimer received a tele- - fsiher was dying in Phils ft for that chy yesterday ns was 1 i neon England that the physicians to come home and hek on considered so HI iBilj Wakenon k a candidate ion to m 11 I the office of Jailer of lie n the best Jailer the hid Co have made c rrcnts in the aapearanee of J Itouoc and wW soon have L White 01 2 goods n v s tcmnd elsewhere in to oujlit to final and con the unfartnnate atak- reia- loan H31 not trot at CJneinnati bnt a race Mr Trcjmer Is at oks tired and worn from his ious jonmejr - October MX Squire vwledt publicly his cattle - hogs grain farming im--m- household goods Mr W C French was routh br a pony last Wed- t o teeth were knocked oat - ucre loosened He is hn- 01 that it is probable that t uit in the U S Supreme h decided apdost the Betk MKiiiatelr the Kichmqnd 1 fcays tele--11- u ill be revived Ti incr colored j i in Richsuond jij in thrown Wadaeeday wire broken his calp badlr he was otbcrwiai and Atthz attended him wa Clay Edwarus has been u ith malarial fever the past 1 home of her brother-in-laT jS Mr --Gum Wainccott o ins bed with same disease Colder offers m this issoe of 500 sheep for sale This 1 u and sheep Mr Colyer Tlif Cba - W chapd Heath l mcer of the aaarter bi ioi boys at Kicholaeville and U t week tailed to say so We fit It jr aKasptain MtAKer r of en beat any boy a mile slc tf Lots raMtpraed She Waats The Moacy Herewith k given a letter in full as Heading Ta aJgbt written n Brown win give a select 1 to the Co The address k as foUows -- t 8 oclock this evening cieark in riebmond Kentucky i Templars Lodge on Main the Event body invited and no charge September 2 1S89 r Miss Browns readings are Ark worth hearing and the house smithvilte Isrunce Co be fi led Mary Hughes Daughter of Mahaly Hughes and Ktel Jaoa Work Hughes and he marriead the Daughter of t C Wallace has returned from BHgia Baughmans and tha have both bin i sa s that Leroy Bthson for years tha bothe died in one T Dilingham three weekt ago dead about 30 year and the children is all dead but me itenced to the penMentiary for and i am neXt to the youngest child the Barker for kiOhag WB- last letter We got from you you rote thatt the woman for poisoning her mother esstate that Was a Comeing to - P iU each goes for We hear Was readv and i think that i ought to have it i am in bad health and not abel Brea Fair id annual exhibition of the to Worck and i want it to keep me up i Association colored will be think tha k wm of the Baughmans alive ea on Thursday Friday and yeat i have forgotton lite name of the Post ofiice but i thought i Would rite and October 3rd th and 5th 18 trie to find out Whcar tha Was at fore i irs arc making every endeavor Want mi mothers money and I Will back success and wM doubtless thk letter to the Co Cieark and he can e a liberal patronage C II have it pubKshed in the newes papers if s tretarj Berea Ky an of the Baughmans k alive give thk A CbaB-- eletter to theme and md out Where tha r- - has been made in the Fox or at an aiwucr thk letter i live in Ark iry stable oonouclad by Parrish and mi pobt office k smithville in larunCe Co Mr S D Parrkh has Co Ark and i Want you to find out and alf interest to Mr T C Samuels let me no pubKsh this in the papers and c jison county and Mr Eugene lot me no soon to the Co cieark in Ky r will retire Mr J C Parrish DWat Waut to Purchase is the busineso for the present and - Mr Samuels will Mister do you want to buy a rattle- Â¬ take charge snake V was the f lartling query propound- Â¬ 1 c Mestengor ed to agent F B Carr in the freight office Xew Taraplke at the K C Depot one afternoon last T- last Thursday a survey was made week t T Mie town limits by way of the Buy what V shouted the excited agent E A ftne big rattlesnake said the fiend Comelkon Miner and other T iccs to the farm of TudVe Goodfoe as he held out toward the agent a box 1 c distance was found to be three and a that had something in it going like a vig Â¬ L- miles The survey will be extended orous locust or a wHd sewing machine end a half miles beyond and an efcrt Get out of here or 111 murder you - to build a turnpike It k a rich exclaimed the agent seizing a bulldog of me comuy and lies between revolver - 1 g Hill and the The man with the box grinned stepped Harrk turnpikes back and began to say something about a Xarrie4 Ta Merrcv small price for so large a snake and the Tr Tovluitan Shearer a sond cUnsn snake kept hissing and sizziog like a red Norliern part of this county nd hot frying pan Mr Carr recalled that Josh Billings Goodrich of the Brookstown once said when I see a snaik in a bole I formerly of the Kingston nehjk d will be married to morrow so say to myaeH that that hole belongs to that Mr Shearer is a widower of snaBc and walk round it to Mr C said My 7 etrs with considerable property solemnly la the man with the box T i he bride k not so advanced by o friend there k one of two things you can The Cumax extends unbounded do and that mighty quick you can take that snake out of here or have thk office lauasis The man went out on the platform and IJke 1 gie Wfcat Turning to the agent set lite box down - J Harry MHendren has left at The he said - Mister Id like to leave Jhk v v office an car of corn with section box here till I go and get something to u a attached Tlw ear gnew on top cat do you pose anybody will steal it tal like a head of wheat It is The agent seized a freight car and o oileJ be four prongs of tafsel with it was going to knock the man down er has twelve ios of grains and k when Mr Lane supt of construction iclestong Mr Hencren lives on came up and bought the snake He set it -- 2 f Creek where all things are Jaking in front of his office door and no loafer a shape tottandn with their new dares bother him oad and yon may expect the corn to The snake is four four feet long and has Sr j w Uke wheat or potatoes eleven rattles tlic ram the extensive sale of Brooks Jfc Evans was - until 2 oclock Satnrday Sep Bear this in mind tarn out trend the sale and see how 30 lots von can buy Paragraphs Strangely Alike ft k the general belief among the peo- Â¬ ple of Lexington that within the next six menths theTouLville Southern will build a line from Lexington to the mouth of Tas Creek where it will intersect the linu from Nichoksrille to Richmond Tlw distance is only ten or twelve miles and the country such that the work of bunding will be light Lexington lias kmjr wanted direct communication with Richmond and thk is as direct as any line that could be built With railroad communication direct between Richmond - a and Nicholasville Lexington Winchester Corruption of Names Among the numerous instances in Mad Irviae McKce Livingston and Lancakon county in which names of persons sterseven lnes what more could be arecenupted beyond recognition are the asked The Climax Sept 4th The Courier Journal of a few days ago following James Hendren at Speedwell and James giei this information regarding a rail- Â¬ Cotton at Kirksviile are called McHen road to connect thk place with Lexington dren and McCotton Each was named It w the general belief among the peo for Dr James Mc MUlin deceased who ple of Lexington that within six months the Louisville Southern will build a line rears aeo Bractkd n1v in on cir K101 Lexington to the mouth of Tales Creek and Paint Lick ami tlu- - M Creek where it will intersect - the line tneretore the mtddle name Evan Woosley at Doylesville k called from Nicholasville to Richmond The distance k only ten or twelve miles and Oosiev James Babcrat Union City k called the country such that the work of build- Â¬ ing will be light Lexington has long Beaver The Tudor family on Tales Creek k wantud direct communication with Rich- Â¬ mond and this is as direct as any line called Tedder that could be built With railroad com- Â¬ The Cochrausare called Cauhorns In Ink connection we shoHhl mention munication between Richmond and Nich- Â¬ that the Formans pronounce their name olasville Lexington Winchester Irvine McKce Livingston and Lancaster these Fur man thriving cities will be enabled to push Circuit Court themseh cs ahead faster than e er before The regular September term k in ses Â¬ and all ire depending on the Southern to sion Judge J R Morton presiding Mr place themselves in a position so to do CJ Bronston Commonwealths Attor Â¬ Regktcr Sept f5th ney T A Sullivan Assistant Petit Jurors W C Fitxpalrick S A A Letter In Tho Soup Deatherage R F Pettus W F Franck Some fellow who does not know that W A Finnell John McCord Tohn Hill he ought not to write letters to news- Â¬ J M Hagan B K Duncan las E Cor- - papers without signing hk name wrote nehson R C Boggs J B Chenault W to Tin Climax from Perkins thk counR 1 laden W F Elkin J O Brooks ty on the 6th He addressed Hie letter J P White Dan Benton S Q Rovce to Editor the Rfchmond Climax Ky II C Chambers Chris Todd I M Cot- As there k a post office in Rockcastle ton D Berryman J M Scrivner C W county named Climax the postmaser at Jenkins J W Oldham T S Burnam Perkim sent the letter to Climax think Â¬ Sam Barnes Wm Beiinet ing most likely that there was a paper Grand Jury J B Parkes Foreman W at Climax called The Richmond But K Denny J C Mason A J Hanson J the postmaster at Climax changed the B Stouuor J T Berry Leroy Haden address so as to read to the Editor of Irvhte AzbfltEd Rowland J CAdams The Climax Richmond Ky So the T D Chenauk P B Johnson S W letter reached us on the 14th eight days ndarnattJ P TribWe W SDuncan out from Perkins about ten miles distant C G Weber We omit the accuseds named and the The Bronston case k in progress J A name of the lady and print the letter Sullivan and Juige George Denny for the merely to show our readers what unknown Common wealth persons request an editor to do Mr Editor You have heard of all Coufereaee Work You have Rev Dr Henderson who has filled the the mean men in the world heard of the man who would steal the pulpits of the Methodist churches here and at Providence for two years has been money from his dead mothers ee transferred to La Grange near Louisville And of the man who gave hk children Hek paid 1300 a year and has a new five cents to go to bed without their suppers and then steal the nickel from them church with 300 members He will preach there Sunday and his wife and after they got to sleep But of all the daughter wilt follow within the next few mean men I think the man who would not let the coffin go to bury the body of days wImj was killed by on the Rev Dr Morrk Evans formerly pas 4U1 k the meanest in the world Tlie ter here and under whose administration and the present church building was erected cost of the coffin was k that Christian hearted man to whom k returned here and wilt preach Sunday refer Please publish this Richmond k again fortunate Now wouldnt we be in tlw middle of Rev D B Ware k returned to College fix to give the names in full Hffl without any authority other than the Rev Grinstead lakes charge of the Jes Â¬ anonymous letter samine circuit Not long ince a letter was received Rev T B Cook goes to Lancaster from Red House stating that some man Rev T J Godbey goes to Staafotd of whom we had never heard had been Danville gets Rev E H Pearce discharged by the K C The letter con Rev Dr Rand k Presiding Elder of tained an article profoundly eulogizing the district the fired man But no name was sign Bishop Wilson of Baltimore presided ed What is it these strange and name over the Conference which was the most less ducks do not ask or expect snccessfal in twenty eari sot CharKe Oldham a young man employ ad as barkeeper at Captain Ben McMur trys saloon on MH1 street met with a sad accident Monday morning and re conned quite painful injuries While step pine from the door of his place of busi eslik foot turned on a rock throwing Mm to the ground with such force as to break both arms also cutting him badly the head He was carried to the home of his rather Captain AbnerOW hara on East Mam street Lexington Observer 7U1 Abner Oldham was formerly a resident of Richmond and was Deputy Sheriff for hk brother C K Oldham Lirery Staile Not Sold In order lo cldte out the partnership heretofore existing be ween Cli T Fox and his brother S B Fot decease Commissioner S E Scolt on Monday ofored at public tale in front of the Court- Â¬ house the large brick lirery stable on Main street Mr C T Fox was the btist bidder at 5Sooobut property was withdrawn The stable fronts 45 fot on Main and runs back 270 feet to Irvine street on which it fronts 90 feet The stock and vehicles were not inhided in the offer P P Ballard auc Â¬ tioneer Two deneey west oTRichrhbnd has iU head quarters at Deathdrages Mr J M Yca ger engineer j second Healhmani MP Mh J K Zollinger third Nicholasville Mr J E Dougherty The residencies properly begin numbering at Nicholas villcanJend at Beattyville making ten In all The offices of Chief Engineer J H Pearson and First Assistant Engi neer 3 F Rock are at Nicholasville but will be removed to Richmond about December 1st -- Â¬ THIN COLUMN Mr James Jette lires iri Shelby cdurily but Mr Jesse James doei not KDESfOJI James Cotton is very bad at this time lie had a congestive chill Railroad Â¬ The grading of the Kentucky Midland Georgetown to Paris is nearing completion and the work of laying the rails will begin about the first of next month A dispatch from Paris 6ays the Directors of the road have purchased ground of W A Bacon opposite the Park cemetery on which to erect their depot It fronts on the Lexington and Maysvillc pike and k at the main line of the Kentucky Central Railioad and the Kentucky Central extension to PJchmond and it is now 6aid that the passenger depot of the Kentucky Central will be mo cd to this point so as to build a large union depot The grounds are one mile from the business jvart of the city and a street car line is to be built out to the depot as soon as the right of way can be obtained The bridges along the line be Â¬ tween Paris and Georgetown are about complecd and the trains will be running from this city to Paris by the first ot No vembsr Roundabout from The farmers are culling and housing Brer Walton of the Inside Journal is a tobacco and cutting hemp buthu hacker shoots and then hides Dan Simpson came near cutting his finMr Dollar has been nominated for at- Â¬ torney General of South Dakota For gers off with a hemp knife tunatcly he k on the Republican ticket J N Brooks has been assigned storeCol Wm Harris is writing an essay keeper at Robinsons distillery entitled Why I Never Got Married Pendleton Cobb of this place has gone Thk k the result of our remark last to Hot Springs Arkansas for his week health Winchester has a new paper the Inde- Â¬ Richard Underwood has returned home pendent It says dont forget and sub- Â¬ to Illinois after visiting relatives here scribe for the Independent Wc should taking hk aged father and brother with think the Sun and Democrat would say him amen to that suggestin Martin L Johns of Jessamine county Gevvhillikins listen to thk from the had two sows bit by a mad dog and the Much indigna Â¬ same dog bifone for Clem Walker All Winchester Democrat In Lincoln and Paluiki counties 31 tion is manifested by some ot our citizens have run mad mule colts were bought at 81 per head on account of the depredations committed CLOVEK U0TT0M by the hogs that infest our streets A Great College and Successful Graduates Â¬ Â¬ people will use a I To the wife of Mr James C Lackey common ordinary pill wben they can secure n valuable JEnglish one for the ft girl the first child in eight year same money Dr Ackers English I have 1500 sheep formilr Call pills are tipokive cure for my place 8 miles front Rich mood on DIED and all liver troubles They are the Speedwell turnpike small sweet easily taken and do not 14 15 H H COLYER David W Durham died at Doyles- gripe Sold by W G While Prescrlp Hon Druggist ville in Madison county Ify on Kept t 16tb 1SS0 aged about 80 years Young man you should have your Robert Miller died in Richmond Ky shirts collars and cufls Iauadried at tf Sunday September 15tb 1SS0 la the the new laundry 80th year of his age Deceased bad -OF A KEW- Lalor buys Country Produce Rags been critically HI for a year or more and Iron 44 17 but drove out to his farm on Thursday a Rw and was on the streets on Friday He The Steam Laundry nas was a native of the county uever lived been completed and will do elsewhere never held office hut was your work at the lowest one ot Mdti foremost citisene As Executrix rfJK B WBlfe price The burial took place Monday in the I will sell fat the k bwderoa cemetery Insure your iH operty in one of Â¬ BORN A DUTY TO YOURSELF It Is surprising that PFOR lis ui M Hi Fan oij Under the head of Deaths the Pafk Kentuckian Citizen has thk item Mks Hatie Hutchcraft and Ed Neal of Stony Point were married Thursday and on the Same day the brides father Wm Hutchcraft an aged widower with 12 children married a Mks Noland both of Bourbon Demo- Â¬ One of the temporary-hold-ove- r crats in Collector Burnams office hap Â¬ pened to be out of town when the office was moved into the new building up street When he returned he took hk seat at hk old desk in the old office and continued for several days before he dis- Â¬ covered the change Â¬ PERSONAL Mrs E W Wiggins is in Covington Judge Tom Varnon of Stanford is here Judge I N Cardvvell of Winchester here is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The whirl and hurry of the new life and activity of Georgetown makes the editor Judge I J Faubus of Jackson county of the Times yust so funny like der was here Saturday Dickens In the pending He says Mrs W T Tcvis returned last week canvass in Ohio it will be the proper thing for Campbell the Democratic nom from a visit to Southern Kentucky inee for Governor to hump himself Prof Pulliam arrived in due time to be- Â¬ And further he says With John L gin work in the preparatory department Sullivan in Congress knock down argu- Â¬ of C U ments could be looked for Mr F B Crookc of the firm of Crooke Do listen to what Bill Polk of the Lex Bennett Urmston k in New York buy- Â¬ ington Drummer says All citizens of ing goods Lexington have doubtless noticed the Mrs T C Bronston and Miss Tillie three big clocks in the towers of the Cus- Â¬ Moss have returned after an absence of tom House Court House and St Pauls church strike the hours at different times several weeks The matter was Now Vhkh is correct Mr E Tutt Burnam attended Mrs C being discussed yesterday by three gen Â¬ Alexanders party at Park given to Mks tlemen but it was not settled The first one Belle Brent Clay was a red hot Republican and swore the Mr A P Allis 3 ears ago a merchant Custom House clock was light because in Richmond accompanied by his wife Uncle Sam built the house and Uncle is visiting Mr and Mrs W E Luxon Sam k always right The second was a MrStrother Hood of Million has gone red hot Feyette county Democrat who to Beattyville to do seryke in an cngi said that the county put up the Court clock and lie would be d d if Ken- Â¬ neti s corps on the Three Forks Railroad House tucky wasnt alwaj s right The othergen Mr W B Wagers of Pilchers Point tleman was a good Catholic who vowed La formerly of this place left for home that the church clock was infallible and j esterday after a three weeks visit in this there was no use talking further about county the matter Mks Emma Willis writes from out West RELIGIOUS that the wounds received at the depot here the da of leaving by the runaway of the One hundred and fifty Mormons landed horse and overturning of the rockavvay in New York Thursday from Europe were not serious There were four additions at the Chris- Â¬ Col George Forman and Col Tom tian Church by commendation last Sun- Â¬ Urmston two gentlemen from Richmond day Ky with speculative tendency were in There was a good attendance at the these parts last week sizing up lands Brookstown supper for the benefit of the c timber Pineville Messenger Christian church at that place Mrs J F Stone has gone to Cincinnati Dr H H Tucker a Southern Baptist to increase her stock of millinery She buy only the best and latest goods Next minister fell from a window at Atlanta week the Green Front Millinery Store Sunday and received fatal injuries will be in full bloom Ladies all invited Elder L HStine of New Albany will to call and examine goods and get prices preach at the Chrktian Church in Rich- Â¬ whether they buy or not mond next Lords Day morning and Mr B J Ncvlon of Richmond has night The public cordially invited to atrented Judge Buckner6 house corner of tend Short and Jordans row and will open a Rev F Grider closed a protracted first class boarding house Bush k an meeting at Bybeetown Sunday with old newspaper man and a first class gen- Â¬ thirty seven additions He is at Ashland tleman and his coming will add another this week in attendance on conference good citizen to Lexington Transcript He has been located at College Hill thk Dr J Len Harrk tlie dentkt of Ver- Â¬ county seven years ami should be resailles who has been making weekly vkits turned to Midway owing to an increase of bus Elders James Bradley of Missouri and business at his home office is forced to C L Yates of Virginia will preach in discontinue hk vkits to this place He the Baptist church Richmond Saturday will be pleased to do work for all who and Sunday 21st and 22nd inst at Flat call at his office in Versailles Midway woods Monday and Tuesday 23rd an Clipper 24th and at Cane Spring Wednesday Mrs W II Murphy of Brenham 15th each day at 11 oclock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jackson- - county Mr H Walker of Silver Creek Mad Â¬ ison county has been in thk community for a month teaching singing school I never taw any one make more progress among the young people of this commu- Â¬ nity than he Mr Walker since he came to the church at Cave Spring in thk county has been such a help in training the young people in singing that I recommend him to any community as a singing master I have been at work with thk church for three jcars There has been quite a good work done in both church and Sabbath schools in the last two years Have been a number of converts The work is going on marked w ith great interest Mr Walker has in Â¬ spired a new interest in the minds and hearts of the people of the Cave Spring Christian church Â¬ Â¬ Among nearly SO students from 13 States who commenced at the Com mercial College of Kentucky University Lexiiigtqii Ky the past week are Â¬ Â¬ SEPT laundry is eqttiperf TfflffiSJJAJ with every modem improvement ami tlw MIowiBx wants to do your washing tf ONE NEW Advice to Mothers Mr WissLeWs SooTHuroSTurpaboaldafoajs he used when children are catting teettu It UeTwthetHUesnflerenitooee MpteMMmtaral The new stMtru -- fsi1 n property dHd I - Messrs E S Bogga aud Mr Chenault The success of the graduates of this College is marvelous Prof Smith secured positions for his graduates this week iu Cincinnati as Short Hand writer at 60 per month otie in Georgia at 900 a 3 ear as Book keeper and oue as Telegrapu Operator at Louis- Â¬ ville These were eilher written for or telegraphed to at this College Prof Smith says the demand fur his gradu- Â¬ ates exceeds his supply Hundreds of young men go from this College every year Into fine positions The thorough Â¬ ness of Course Cheapness and high Honois conferred ou its graduates should influence our young men to at Â¬ tend this College Several of our prom Â¬ UBKEA inent young men are expected o attend Dr J M McCollum has returned to this College this Fall See alverlie meut and wrile for circular to Phop hk work in Chicago W It Smith Lexington Ky It Josephus Wallace was thrown from a Mr E Slatfery of Delhi La says horse a few das ago and his collar bone her sou 14 years of age had a dreadful broken time with ulcers sores aud blotches The oil boring has readied a depth of which followed chicken pox After 1200 feet and boring k still hopefully con- using many remedies without benefit tinued she gave him Swifts Specific which Mrs Davis died from nervous prostra- Â¬ cured him sound and well tion at the residence of her We have sold S S S since tiie first Mr B Johnson day we commenced the drug business Mks Martha Baker has gone to Ober and have heard some wonderful reMrts lin Ohio where she will make it her of its effects Many use it with bet home with her brothers and attend school results to cleanse malaria from the Mjrofula Tlic revival meeting of tire First Glade system and for blood pukon aud such diseases it is without a rival church closed The interest was good CoiDEKVOOD Co Monroe La and there were some additions to tlie church CAUTION TO MUTHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- qvastatqiBd as a button WW MU the little rberubavraiMM teight Xt is very plemmit to UMt It seethes uWeJMAsofteMtfaegaBMftnareallaia THntiates the bowel and u the beat kanra immA ferdtenataa whether aristae from fnlliiii 111 A1TFUJ 12T3 WWTtft Ifc Frame House anfl Lot Â¬ Uo to Lalor 8 faith Stoce for Qroeer ies 44 17 Â¬ containing 10 ACREH now occupied by John Arnold and situated immediately on lite turnpike and within ooe hlf mile of Kirksvriie Madiaon oaua tyKy Also Get your clothes ready for the laundry tf of No 1 FRESH LAXD lying M Um ante pike in sight Fire Tornado ami Aeehletit Inwr will be sold sa a of Kirfctrille This whole or in tw auce written by Powell parcels Also 732 n 1 MADAM SCOTT tells Past Present and Future Eents May be consulted at any hour Rooms at 422 Main Street 5- 4 BROKE MULES 7 Cows 7 Calves 1 Ball Mares 75 Slioats 10 Sows S 1 - Ske Was CMptetdy Cirl A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed meostruathMi and iter health vvaa completely wrecked At my suggestion ahe used one bottle of Bradflold Female Ilegnhttor which cured her J Y Hkllum Wnler Valley Wise Wrjfe The Brad Held Reg Co At lauta Gn for particular Sold by all drugsiats 12 15 Mower tjpriinc Wagon Lot of Clowftt Hay about 50 Acres of Com la la Field Sale to begin at 10 oclock a m Term easy and will be nutd known on uay or swle or any lurtber par ticulars apply to J B Simmon Kirks- Â¬ viile or W L Crutcher at Madboa National Rink Richmond Ky MRS HALLIK E WILLIS 1M5 Executrix Reaper Honw S 1 ixuar Esrsi rvBW- t i ii I Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all price from the plainest to the finest a 46- - Breck Phelps Mr J E Djkes has au abundance of lee for sale and will deliver it every 4- morning iu any part of lite city T Mr Joseph Coyle and family for some Every mother is cautioned against Remaining unclaimed in the Pot Ollice at Richmond Ky week ending time residing in Missouri have returned giving her child laudanum or para craving September 17th 1S89 to thk place and are now living in the goric itcrealesau uuuRtural mind of for stimulants which kills the Agar F Harris Millie house of T J Wyatt the child Ackers Ikiby Soother It After D E Harris Miss Lciia children Blakeman Louis The returning of laborers has begun specially prepared to benefit harmless Beasley Mis Alice Mayo Robt is Maupin Mary T and cure their pain It Prof Wright and family came last week and contains uo Opium or Morphine Rurgin Miss Lizzie Martin Mrs Joe President Fairchild arrived on Friday and Sold by W G White Precription Bottler Miss Carry Miller Miss Viola Cooper Miss EmmaMore Miss Fannie Treasurer Dodge and the new Steward Druggist Covington James Oldham Miss Lizzie are expected to day Oldham Miss Bertie Ewing S S Sale ami Renting Frederick Amanda Whittel Sheppend Mrs Elizabeth S Terrill accompanied Gen James H Iiunyon will on Sep Gloves Wm R Wood John by her daughter Miss Florence has gone Woods Wm G tember 25th sell all hi3 persona prop- Â¬ Hand Col Robt to Missouri to visit her daughter Mrs erty farming implement Post Office hivurs from 6 A M to 7 p household Maupin Miss Florence will remain for and Money order aud registered letter kitchen furniture and at same the purpose of attending school a m to 6 p hours prompt highest Â¬ -- I 111 DBtioEcaao3S2 a fakville time will rent to the home place of 105 acres bidder his 12 1 1 J x B WILLIS P x GO siinl Company ESTILI COUNTY The new Steam Laundry Co have Watermelons are scarce here doctors determined to put tlie price of work dovv n so low that everybody ean afford all gone South to have their work done there as cheap Â¬ The Eagle only got there with one ly as elsewhere Special rates given wing last week on family wahing tf Thomas Winkler has just returned Ifyou want to buy a sulkv surrey from a trip to the Chinese Empire buggy or carriage call on Doweleoii Every time I go to Irvine some one is fur he has the latent beat and cheapest 5- sure to ask struck oil at Waco yet Mrs J R Williams is quite low with Powell represents Ten of the largest what the physicians pronounce heart Fire Insurance Companies and writes disease Stables and Mills Stores Dwelling 7 32 Live Stock at Lowest Hates Cha6 Rice and family of Frankfort after a brief visit at this place liave return- Â¬ ed home km hwk iitt A refined christian home for girls Iu the boarding department the manner mora If comfort and health of the Young ltdieA are made the speVial Â¬ Â¬ I have purchased the property of the anil will keep oo hand all of the bet varieties of kj kJ jBl JLj Pertaaa Tlie yard to eay of aeees de iring lo haul their own coal will not have to croas the railroad I respectfully rrquest a liberal patÂ¬ ronage of the citizena of both eoaaty anil city 13- T S BROXSTCMf We har it gently whispered look out for counterfeit green back guess had better look out for the genuine Railroad adds twenty new locomotives to its rolling stock N Will you go West or South by the Big 4 excursion October Slh one fare for the round trip Soon as work is finished on Tales Creek Contractor Hanger will remove to Irvine and C M Shanahan to Little Rock The two cylinders on the the river at mouth of Tates R R have R N I firmly on holid rock and daily at the rate of ten feet 1 The L Texas formerl Mir Lizzie Wilson of this city and Mrs A D Flora of Richmond formerly Miss Guita Shortridge are guests of Mrs Fannie Davis and Mrs Ossian Edwards This is the first meet- Â¬ ing of these ladies in fourteen years and many are the changes in that time death having vkited the family of each Mrs Flora has lost a husband mother and grandfather Mrs Murphy a skter Mrs Edwards a son and mother and Mrs Davis a husband and mother Paris Kcntuckian Â¬ It docs look as if the Lord were on the side of the Mormons An exchange savs An emigrant train bearing 160 Mormons plunged through a bridge near Lynch- Â¬ burg Va yesterday but strange to say although the coaches were hurled over and over not one person was seriously hurt The Lexington Association is holding its 90th session at the Church at Bryans Station four miles east of thk city It is a very interesting occasion and those who wkh to understand Baptist doctrine in its purity will find those there who arc able and willing to instruct them Gazette 1S71 north side of Creek for the been planted are growing iisi The new road that is projected from Lawrenceburg through Madison to Lou- Â¬ isville down the north side of the Ohio river k now receiving much attention The necessity of the road seems to insure its being built Â¬ -- -- The action of the County Court of Jessamine as lo the tax levy for payment of interest on bonds of the county for the Richmond Nicholastrille Irvine and Beattyville railroad does not effect the ksue of the bonds but was merely a FOHT ESTILL question as to whether the tax should be levied thk uar or after the completion Mr R M Shaw has received a con- Â¬ of the road from Versailles to Richmond signment of salt at the depot Sun CoL S H Stone shipped three cars of The deal between the Louisville Southfair tobacco to Louisville last week ern and the Monon people it is expected will be consummated this week and Mr R P Gregory while jumping from through cars will be run from this city to a horse Saturday received a badly bruised Chicago The advent of thk road marks ankle a new era in the prosperity of our city Our town is on a boom We are ship Â¬ and from the increase our citizens will ping wheat stock etc from here daily derive in thei business the amount ex Â¬ and all of the best pended in securing the road will be well Mr and Mrs R M Shaw returned spent Lexington Press Wednesday from a short visit to Cincin- Â¬ Col John B Thompson of Harrods nati On and the Campbell county Fair burg who han just returned from New Â¬ Mr Harry Youtson of Alexandria Ky York in conversation with several parties last week said that there was no dan Â¬ who is clerking at the railroad office is on ger of the Lebanon - and Harrodsburg deck again after attending Campbell railroad falling through that he had county Fair last week already gotten about one million dollars Mrs L Gregory returned from a short worth of stock subscribed and wanted vklt to Danville Saturday accompanied one and a half million more taken before by her niece Miss Nannie Goodloe who He said he vvfll attend M F I during the ensuing the work would begin did not intend to have the work begun session until there was ti certainty of being able Ecmiomy and strength are peculiar to carry it tlwough He seemed confi- Â¬ woutd be Txiilt as far to Hoods Sarssnariila the only medident that the nad 100 Doges One Dollar as Lebanon muh sooner than the people cine of which is true It expected Lebanon Standard Tunes Eyesight is Priceless The resident engineers on the Three Forks Have aH teen named and located Dr R Goldstein the sminent optician and are now on their respective grounds of Louisville will be in Richmond Sep- Â¬ The first residency east of Richmond has tember 23rd nnd remain ten days Dr its headquarter at Todds Fork in charge Goldstein has had a large experience over of Mr Wm Bryant second Frogtown the State in fitting- - glasses lo defective Mr Wm A Welch third Irvine Mr eyes and has been very successful giving George C Thomas fourth Millers perfect satisfaction everywhere We Creek Mr J S Collins fifth Old Land- Â¬ would advise all our readdrs who are ing Mr Robert Vance sixth Branden ti oubled with their eyes from any cause burg Mr Georgje Mason seventh Beat Â¬ not to fail to go to see Dr Goldstein while tyville Mr Wjji Rock The first rasi- - he is in out city it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is announced that Pror Jason Chen- Â¬ ault is going to leave Louisville and take up hk residence in Kansas He has stood in the very front rank of Kentucky educators and his natural enthusiasm and a sort of personal magnetism which he possesses made him extraordinarily suc- Â¬ cessful as a teacher As Professor of Latin at Centre College principal of the Louisville Male High School and as the master of a university school hundreds of the best young men in Kentucky have sat beneath hk teaching all of whom retain a lively sense of hk ability and earnest- Â¬ ness Prof Chenault thinks a change of climate will benefit his health and he will go into business in the West Danville Advocate Lexington When Conference met in this city in there were three Bishops present Kavanaugh of Pearce of Georgia Kentucky and Wightman of South Car- Â¬ olina and all are now dead Bishop McTyeire who presided over last years Lex- Â¬ session of Conference is also dead ington Leader The 69th session of the Kentucky Con- Â¬ ference was in session at Paris last week where it met 18 years ago Rev T N Raston of Newport is Ihe oldest mink ter in the conference He began work as such in lS7 Among the other aged ministers are Revs R Deering who began as a preacher in 1832 S W Spears in 1832 B F Sedwick in 1833 G S Savage in 1S35 W B Kavanaugh in 1S35 W H Anderson in 1S3S and S S Deering in 1839 t ati vli Special rates will be given on family II Clay Rice has just completed hk II IS AKkKfe v vntins Kits hmvilamnrp kam l I oiler for sale privately my washing by the steam laundry new distillery and put in operation tf tniliuie to mU Okbtt n jmw lc mo llo k nrkrtnc up aLito Elitha Kerby manager Ales Johnston pe oct 5rtJJ W J WAREHOUSE COAL nt n Ban for H write A CHILD KILLED shipping clerk icaaontrr fur yomr mamm u aim of trwy ho Iviat Another child AMD LUMBER YARD prow orm w mmmi gaw R Lewis Shepherd Esq the 3oung opiates given iu kilted hyofthe use nf Soothing the form iir a stag I atTiwoik bnaraaaaaaalrastll astronomer has just discovered a comet Hvrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ sjz fcT ttWar stv eiIMt And Tsnafit Hettsec latter Errry u frna with a green tail Just let it alone Bobby dren such a deadly poixon is surprising un t h ctfrSsrm rtittusfncM ml- nmal vrott Ot afcaafft fcr yomntU when it gets done appearing it will disap- Â¬ when they can relieve the child of Its Shall we start Varn allin this ImsiicftKt On H Street near Kentucky Ootral nt tonsauT peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby rradrr Depot Id Richmond Ky we uJIfa t yo if aWt J lay atuiJ re nrtmirrn ny pear If a ttotlM rtt abra of y t urjart of laacooMrr Soother It contains no Opium or lake hold yow II beat u a pfik appuM fcat 18- T E BALDWIX lm trXrnd We have just learned what has become Morphine Sold by W G White tm cmat nf a fort mtnuartaprT sale 1 3aO tot h ln bwf Wlrt t dollar hotrxit Ahumfto 80k Prescription Druggist BmWm a Cna fr of our dude so often mentioned in the fut rhanainfrrT decorated inaiaV ml Plaafc tUxbaawwt lbma ntba wvrUL Largrat Greatest bargain arer kacwa Agvata Eagle Break the news gently to the fair Nice country lard and rueatofall waatfad a LiberalSur Ma Pall haclf afrat Aay aa mrata aiaary far tirma em siht Irttk aa Wcoaaa aacecaafwl arat sex But he perished in an ice cream kinds waata par new honey milk shake and talki - Mecartary Wfcrrarer tamn rarTT raptditT laarm caoMnh Ajnua takataroaaanda of nier freezer or was roasted alive in a peanut cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors aaffarakaawa lreat profit await every m orfcrr A prats ara of aakkas lartaan Laaai I aaaha a wach aa aaca You rrathr I am prepared to do all roaster and taran t laaJTrH a i ta-- m- - Fall luftnnati 41 17 Carpenters work in first ekta atfla ft r our to Ifcaar k writa far aaaaa with particular and laraa frr o raaalfi WMva Baaka and rariadlcala Ater yon know s t Also est i ma tee furnished oa nhwt Mr C L Searcy of Waco one of lonaa fartaar CO no harm ta dotif Donelson has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ Ommmnm eaawfcaaa C ALLEN AaUraaa JC II TYLER BAXTER t why AICuTa Xaiyk notice Madison countys most enterprising mer- Â¬ kies surries and buggies of the newest 32- 14 20 chants also a stockholder in the Waco and most popular patterns and at very Mining Company was here last week reasonable figures 5- biiv ing live stock We arc glad to have Xeurahjic Persons such men as Mr Searcy with us resetting And those troubled with Berretwi from caie or Of erwock will be reBeved by tafciag B R R has secured The R N I Jivowns Iron Bitters oeeatee the right of way through Chas Rices has trade mark and erased red lines on wrapper UlIAOQtTAIJITED WITH T3S GEOGHAPET or TSB COTOTKT WILL OBTATJT farm and have agreed lo build a station MUCH VALUABLE UTTOHMATIOK rSOM A STTOT CT TKB KA OF there It is just the place for Station Camp and a large scope of country lying in the bend of the Kentucky River -v Â¬ 31 has trade isark asd erod 9 35 Trnn Physician reeoannetHl it per bottle All dealers keep H SI TTsc ru nvsrursiv littler Hr8nnn eare of experienced and reliiied men and women In the literary depart ment all pupils both primary and collegiate are orought under Ihe infttruc tioii of competent and cultured teach ers bpeeiai attention given to Musk and Art Terms as reamall as any school of equal grade in the State npent hept 9th 1SS9 ami closes 14 17 June Slh 1S9 Se--ion 1 Genuine tM hues ea wrapper r m 6 s9 cs P iTTTt yaijiJi tiaBrn U3fti WiiSUfc He from torn Ofctfh 0 trienil m writes mi nth A leu uiirm VMilwdiMl mv of Hen i ft of Mr rmm- JfcfrX City Property fer iti I mow apiry slbvmn atd patH- SOM a day w noeEisoi Uf 3 iwnyya i - Carpenters Work kit 0 Edmond Chestnut and wife iu at Â¬ tempting to cross Pitman Creek last night were both drowned The young couple had been married only n few months and resided two miles south of this place They bad started to Burn aide to visit some relatives and were warned by several parties not to at tempt to cross the creek but Mr Chest- Â¬ nut knowing the ford well did not heed the warning It was about 7 oclock when they reached the ford which has a very steep bank ou both sides They drove In and before they were aware of the water being so high it nan completely covered tlie buggy A gentleman went down to the creek this morning aud could just see the top of the buggy aud the dead horse float- Â¬ ing iu the water The creek was drag- Â¬ ged and both bodies were recovered They were quite popular young people the lady being the only daughter of Dr S Allen of this piace The inter- Â¬ ment takes place at the cemetery Somerset Cor Stanford mond John G Taylor Rich Ky carries im- Â¬ mense stocks of Salt Lime Cement and Hair the best Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and the best line of Groceries in the market 41- - Dr F II Kerfoot will preach his fare- Â¬ well sermon at the Baptist church next Sunday morning Dr Kerfoot has been elected to the Presidency of the Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville and his whole time will be devoted to the in terest of that institution with the excep- Â¬ tion of two Sundays in each month when he will preach at the Hillsboro Baptist church in thk county As an expounder of the gospel he has few superiors and the high esteem in which he is held by all denominations testifying his true worth His successor has not yet been called Midway Clipper WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it has been fnlly demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations lor blood diseas es It is a ostlve cure fur syphilitic tiolsonlnjr Ulcers Erustions anil Pimples It purities the whole system aud thoroughly builds up the const Uu Â¬ Â¬ tion Sold by W G tion druggist White prescrip- Â¬ Road horses trotters nnd runners shod in nuy manner desired I have jual received an oxtra lot of four year Palestine is perhaps the best known old second growth timber for repairing country of its size on the face of the earth Journal AU work guarall kinds of wagons n It only fourteen miles from Jerusalem anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Attention Ilnnters to the Jordan and it is 35 miles from Jerustore P M Pope will sell you loaded shells bad of Brookss drug Respectfully salem to the sea Palestine all told is not you can buy them any Â¬ bigger than a Texas county and if it had cheaper than Sfebly S L JU1DKIFF It railroads you could cross it in an hour where It is not more than three times as long as Sallow Complasicns As the accommodation of the Cin- Â¬ I an aaVaM it is broadband the distance and numbers cinnati Southern due here Inst night JfljMdWI t raoKied Faces which lalfeso large in the Scriptures are at 8 oclock was nearing Donerall afi 2 I a J J in AGE EFFACERiS xery small when viewed with the naked Station near Georgetown au unknown PJmnted Faces eye Bethlehem is in reality about man was run oyer aud cut into pieces Sunburn Tan Moth Patches Black Heads Wnakfei and all Doeekratioa seven miles from Jerusalem and it carf Aa soon as the train could be stopped of the Shn oxricklv renerad ta health Bataral color not be more than two miles from the a fieorcli was made and the mangled SltfcDftoaKribAijc Saac PeOoeDolbr tor a nB Mat bnnle free esld lUctt to pay site of Solomons Temple to the top of remains found caught in the machin- Â¬ Co 179 OiorkSt Chicago the Mount of Olives The valley of ery of the locomotive but the head IS LIFE WORTH LIVING Jehossphat is little more than a ravine could not be found Tlie remains were Not if you co through the world a and the valley of Khcdron runs into it Donerall to await Identification left at dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Courier Journal Lexington Press are a positive cure forlhe worat forms Dudderars of Lincoln bought 30000 The BeauUfufOrient for sale by P of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and bushels of wheat la Garrard at 70 lo 75 M Pope U the best grafe etove ever sold by W G White Prescription cents made It Druggist Â¬ PiOsFiO RIILWiY ROGK ISUHD Including1 main lines branches and eztanalona 3aat and y7cotof tftq Kna Missouri River To all points Bast Norib and Nortnwoatftwn AIBEIcr Clty to Rock Island Davenport Dos Motaae Chicago and vte LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lsfce Pipestone Worthtasrson Stopx rolls Watr tt to tha aa 1 town Minneapolis St Paul and lntorvonlcff tpwna St Looto CtnctonaO short direct route In connection with linos froca Louisville Nashville and Sstern end Southern points ooaverglxur M Kansas City it cleo constitutes THE CHICAGO THE SHORT LrKE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI R1E5 toads in firXlllff SAOL It OUll ftf tlA rutthe soosdiest TtallAtpopular and ecom al systsmthe at most world forming in KfiMa sCct transportation toTiuHiin om all cities toras and soctiora and 4 Chair Cr3 DeEWOOX Territory FREE BaelinnT oredo and thrt Kansas City and Caldwell TTnl ililiiiinii and Dodge Cttv and Palace Stooping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinaon- - MACNiFICEMT VESTIBULE rvnd EXPRESS TRAINS r Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in ry steam irom th locomotive tn wmtar won voamawo bus j leave Kansas Southeast I Denver Colorado Sprinjrs and Pueblo making stops coir at tervenlng stations in Kansas and Colorado Supero iraina yrHr TL77K venlent stattons weatcf Kansas CKyaad St Joseph tunus ocuciov- - J i 3 at seasonable hours and at moderate pries ROOK ESLAKD IS THE FAVOHITE TOUH8T LIME To ManitouPikesFesk the Garden of the Gods OtLOcadOTtieUoataixt UUUe Idaho Spriaye tho mountain parks mining caajsMt crttse santerT resorts huntuis and fiahing ground and soraic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibuto Express Trains ara equipped Wtt ev err pwrn 5aiw25 srr JCfaL i5y TiE Decvsr Taxes and 9ott Worth and all other diverging For TicketgMapa Tinas TatMos Folders copies of tbo WeeteraRw Caaaed tsonibtyv or Asrthar desired vif ornutto addrasa E ST JOHN JOHH SEBASTIAN OatlSaaat aAfa OHICAQU ILL GeswalXttiavw ucon y in rj PFSO yEfF1 a fS T - KEHTUCRYCEHTRiLR R Hom DRSSMAklNd fiastnable Notes and IllnU of MoroThaa ftAlSING Xlow CHURCH MONEV SOME LARGE BELLS THE MAjlS TlLLAISE FULL OF FUN BLUE GRASS ROUTE Si ru t aid CJ fcl tal Et Wt in Kcatucfe Ramie feam Cen- Â¬ AK North ami SwAweA KM FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Srii dal E4fcet Cincinnati Hay ltb Hav I UaMr- - KS9 2 Sol VI I i lAJCND Kx Ko t sa effects on an impetuous people liko i uniltJ tho French in the troublous times ot 4iEj VlS J llgfoo fcao a --J tho past may bo easily imagined I M hltttlMMltll 4 I llllltM Considering tho extraordinary part a at l III Aii i which tbd Marsolllaiso has played I uu JH tvoo pat Mr I J lt1 F in tho nffalrs of Franco P8 ffifgUl i ii iw Ar U UK Inoir not unreasonably expect that tho rj ft words and air had emanated Press Ar Humlu M aVrr Young Journalist Do you keop from somo gorlus who had bostowed 1 s TUIk HHil r irrr ariets A marvel ol Yes Salesman much labor and euro oa tholr produc- Â¬ all sorts of pons oa pa AM I Hiit More l orllj Birvi k liolnmienei 1 V a Young Jour- Â¬ tion And yet as tho story goes both which do you profcr mnmlcHl ii an iln onllunry kinds uikI DKALKRS IX ihimh - void in e tnprtitioH Willi ihhI Words and music wero written in one nalist Ive beon advisod to use a litwde of - low tent abort weight nlum and I Vb I Kn night without any previous sketching trenchant pen Id liko a small box of ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TIXWAJUS itniHitmMMKTU IHMTyi wirt Sold only In mil K mih K A i It vki b PownEK Co 106 Vail strr Tho author them and you may put in some caus- Â¬ Out or after olaboratio port NrwYHl 2i ai WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Cincinnati Commorcial-Ga-zotto- c and composer Rougot do Lisle was an tics too Ijm Mvi The Giant although not as largo as m Lre Iter it tho one of which its fragments now bBlcor of engineers who had formerly Blacksinitlis and Wagon Makers Tooia and Material Xt wt Mf lf5 ltd was When a total abstinence man who form it part was nevertheless no boon a tddchdr Of iriusid ra aai ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTKKIM lo-- IjitMMMar pigmy as the reador my infer upon greatly admired among his acquaint- Â¬ noVer drank in his lifo recovers from Wi 5 am AT ances for his poetical and musical the effects of a sunstroke It makes being informed that its weight was FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS apm Cm J BlnVs av vi GIT Jac Wl cliaiitfi 3 w not less than 283000 pounds It is gifts and was especially intimate with him blazing mad to seo so maay beer Ar rVrt - 4 around HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS T4l t said to havo taken tho combined Baron Dietrich tho mayor of Stras and whisky guzzlera standing 1 U PH 1 4S P strength of twenty four mon to ring burg Ono evening during tho spring in the sun unconcerned and unharmed dcliilitatrd arwl orcrworkeil S PM 4 35 FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC women Ir Pieree8 KavoriU lrr8crltkHi is --tjaaW VI Texas Sittings Tho of 1792 Do Lisle was tho guest at tho the Giant In his palmy days the best of all rwtorativc tonic It is a potent M I havo just heard LOOK Miss Gusher SfieoMc for all tuoee Chronic Weak nrss6 and I King of Bells likd tho Ginnt has had table of this family Tho Barons rc r- C FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US DtaenAce peculiar to Women a powerful iren jut fwllini iwimiii 6 aa1 MC4 a ry tho misfortune to get broke Fivo sources haTl beon so greatly reduced from our mutual lricnd Miss Jorl era as well as uterine tonic and nertine It How old Is the horse by tho necessities and calamities tit bnnks She has married tho Duko of Imparts vlor Bnd rtrenrtlio the whole syrtrm years after it was cast in 1737 during MAYSVIIIE BRANCH 1 1 promptlr cures weaknem of tomachnauwn About eighteen yean Miss Crushor Fortu- Â¬ N a great fire a heavy timbor foil against war that nothing better than garrifn dBellcordo isaifftvUon bloatinir wenK back li trnUon debility and sleeplessnessnerrnns pros How long have you had him In eitber sex ltailly lwlt NOKTH MUCNW the King and broke nn immonso three bread and a fow slicos of ham could bd nate girl Did thoy take a wedding KXNIH Kx Still It is carefully compounded by an experienced Fourteen years Tvo worked tho cornered piece from its side leaving a provided for dinner Diotrlch smUed tour Thd Dukes Richmond Kv July 10 ia 9 Miss Gusher physician and adapted to womans tk Kcate onranizatkm Purely veKetabte and perfectly lid animal every day In the field and ho gap wide onough to ndmit two men sadly at his friend and lamenting tho employers could not spare him ibaa nadMwii harmiem In nnv roniilinn nf the RrKtpm MjP UfclValWi has taken the family to ohurch rogu walking abreast It Is now on tho scantlnoss of his faro doclarcd that ho drives a horse car on Tenth avenue I 4 M P rroscrip T taToriie only medicine m tlon is the larly on Sunday for fourteen years WiRRiHTED Drakos Magazine siW lHlllill ground and is said to have been used would bring forth tho last remaining for women wild hv druptrWd u pm AV MManilmrc suppose you wouldnt like to about ten years ago as a place of wor-Â¬ bottle of Rhino wine in his collar if bo cuar-Whon you under every Mr Younghusband Aiaai 7 pir anleo of satisfaction in a positive or price WHl ease IhMIIHIMI lose him r ship the gap in tho side serving as a thought It would help to Inspire Do and your wifo have a falling out how jtl This guarantee has been ioi an Sion printed refunded bottle wrapper and faithfully JfUi No hes been a faithful horse so means of Ingres and egress iho wri Â¬ Llslo In tho composition of a patriotic do you adjust tho difficulty on the Mr M carried out for many years Tho ladios signified tholr Oldtimor long that I couldnt feelsatlsfied to lose ter is aware that this sounds likd a song Wo compromise Mr IHIH iKlllv For kuye illustrated Treat loo on Diseases of mfCTU nacxu htm Still I could easily fill his place Women ilflO pafes with full directions for KxiSuii rlx Sun How do you effect THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW OV THE MARKET fairy Btory but surely there is nothing approval and the Baron sent for tho Younghusband bome trcatmenti wnd ten cents In stamps in my possession with a WILL HE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE I learn i y m Address WOHUVS UlMTtSART MEIIICAt about it in the least improbable Inas-Â¬ last bottlo of wino tho houso could tho compromisoF Oldtimor brr Msr rUie Sua ew Mam Street Buffalo N V a 3 pm AS8OCIAT10K 57 a Ive got a standing offer of 50 for the much as the inonstor is 19 feet 3 inches boast of After dinner Do Llslo re- Â¬ her wishes and grant them ELSE NEED APPLY Omaha a w j 14 r ii old torse 7 is a hi height and u0 feet 9 inched arduhd turned to his solitary chamber atld in World j Sr s we drove up to the church it P 7 o a Teddy have yez the margin The weight of tho colos- Â¬ a fit of enthusiasm with which tho Mrs Houlihan S js ami in pm seemed to me that I had the key of tho sal folly has is a m ft pm been variously given but wino must havo had little enough to got ariy charigo abdtit yez td nolght7 pa am n say any thing to 4S situation I didnt do composed tho words arid musle of Mr Houlihan Yis clost upon a dol- Â¬ When I got in- Â¬ never loss than 443000 pounds w Anlvw CI tmno iiMtMn the farmer however Mrs Houlihan Think of it 220 tons By somo gross tho song which havo immortalized fais lar Oi g oss Mary nrNctfMkB Kaor- t- smI to the pulpit I began my plea for the carelessness suvoral l hundred pounds name Tho following morning he hast- Â¬ Well kapo it Until tho McGonigles TBAIX WOTrV lifHe ii 1800 by telling the congregation all Twenty Five Dollars ejwh balance In i anal iMdnimt I niHMflill Itn1a Ctneiti ami l of gold were said to have been Incor- Â¬ ened with it to his friond Dlotricb In como round Olll show those Rourkes WiH le soM on following terms about the condition of affairs I closed porated in its composition mtarai merits of SI50 on Saturday of earn ueek to be paid to Dr V G WluteHi Russia whoso houso it was sung for the first across tho way that thoy alut the ori 2 anal C matte nwarr l WiHhe K by relating the conversation about the A tury nf the Richmond IS fc I CoriHirxtioii wlto will reeeipt 6r the in tcr or ikatMto cm Iter JS N - V Uy leads can rush great timo exciting great enthusiasm matter horse saying I was satisfied that the bolls the world in the claimingof second fow days aftorward it was publicly wans In tho block whoan evenin the No interest will tx charged on the pUielia e iwmey until after the expirati -- I Ixlnlon 4 MulunUiikriniiierliiHi Ii Moscow also growler six times av farmer could spare the old horse and place In tho worlds championship in performed Iu Strasburg and ten days Life IMrXNKTAXr Train of ihio llur 14 months from ilnte of sale thereafter 8 per eviit will be eimrged mi the j rtariuaiMl aVtmn fnMM lie Inlii 4 telling the secretary to credit tho maklHC rm in IMiiIIiiii Ciawiiinal I l J3y I hi- - method purlieu etui buy ant rt its St Ivans which weighs 127830 lntor was sung at a public banquet at Mr de chase money reniniiiiug iiiiiiaM You refused Bossio H farmer with 50 on the strength of pounds It is 1G inches in aillaa for ait rtt- - Nm Ui h al HMd Wwt thicknoss Marseilles with so muoh effect that girl would a good lot tit a small price on eu y term without inierert awl free ot cr Why any othor Temps Yamjt Tteketx i 4d and Kaca Hte Cheeked Instantly and 40 selling the faithful animal was printed at onco and distributed feet 9 inches in circumference froti him Maud Any young nun in Richmond can Imy one or more of the- - lots ami pay r t4ay mnUst raaeaMd b h ratlwia- the farmer sprang to his feet and ox M 4J- among tho troops just starting for jump at an offer War faJI MartlrnUo mfcltewi r call oh SPflh-n-crMO I know hes without fet ling the burden China has sevoral largo bolls for -- lcnser or just graduated In the very near future this property h ii be Lite claimed aajaataf tie tmatmliy Paris They entered tho capital sing- Â¬ c3d ir n E ntfi t I wont sell the horse but you can according to Father La Compte Pekln ing thoir new hymn which thoy had handsome but I nover could marry intirli more than it is now selling it The city - rapidly extending in il i K H KACUX W U HITJC OX has seven bolls each of whioh weighs Trav llHr Aut Totv r Y A Ignorant man Why I asked rectum ami will ultimately nlisotb Rodesdale rBRADtlO RtrCLUfbj CO put me down for 50 For further iuloriiuli u oallad Chant des Marsoillais and such an IxltHCfoM Ky 1ttria Uil him a fow questions about tho dif on W G Wiiitb E V Wiggins or Stkpiikn D Pakkjsh Richmo ni He had no sooner resumed his soat 120000 pounds 1 15 K It HIOKi nI IVax Ag SOoh tho tuiio was known throughout lHelMittl S Tho great boll at Vienna Austria ovory part of Franco Dj Lislas claim ferentation in protoplasmic molecular A lM Mnr M K HUNTISUTOX than another man who was only wait- Â¬ 48- grace n AKU A1 IUtmdKy ing to follow tho farmers example ex- Â¬ weighs 40200 pounds The largest to the authorship was at ono timo dis- Â¬ bivalvos and do you know all he said French nainsooks or Victoria lawns claimed Lawrence f inimerce Kuild liainl- I suppose sot Urnera Oin bell in Bohemia that at Olmutz puted but tho truth of tLe story hero was are made up in separate waists pre- Â¬ lu I tirinii ii i Put me down for 50 As my wife i weighs exactly 40000 pounds Big -i- VQn rocrnrdinc- - the orisrin of tho Amorican cisely like those of surah now used said she would give 50 whether I did Bon tho pride of London would look Ncth A learned physician says Marsolllaiso has long since boen and will bo worn all suramor with vari- Â¬ or not you may as well ohurge her Original Designs liko a farm house dinner boll comparud proved beyond a doubt N Y Mail lng Is more irritating to a cough than ous colored skirts a oool and com- Â¬ with an equal amount with the monster of Moscow above to cough If you havo a cough you TTTTt Express rrBI5B-7- OF Alt I IS lie fortable fashion They may be tucked The words were soaroely out of tho mentioned weighing but fiftoon tons and must abstain as much as possiblo from w T longthwlse to form a yoke or else speakers mouth when the farmer was Big Ben is not the largest bell of coughing Thats so And If you TWO SCHOLARLY LADIES they are shlrrod at the top The on his foot again saying London however St-- Pauls Cathedral break your log you mustnt limp sleeves are straight and full or if pre I guess my wife is as good as his having one which weighs 38470 Ilonora Ilentowetl on Them br the Uni Â¬ Nothing irritated broken log like ferred in coat shape are quite full ami Fut 50 opposite her name on the book versity of Londou limping around on it Oh tberss pounds The largest bell on that won high about the armhole The bait preAmong those who wore rocontly This jtirred the other man up to dorful piece ot architecture St-- Peters nothing In this world so fascinating as r si Coun- Â¬ may be of insertion or of ribbon and such an extent that he was oa his feet a Tj tho study of medical science whon you Cathedral at Rome weighs but 18 GOO sentedof to Lord Granville the tho University of London on got the combination the space below the belt maybe worn in a second shouting Advance pounds hardly two thirds the sizo of selor outside the skirt or thrust under as the 50 the largest bell in America that at what Is known as Presentation Day Give my eldest daughter SCHOOLS OF POINTERS wearer chooses worth of that stock Montreal which weighs 2S560 John at Burlington House were Mrs Mary Scharlieb who has recently received Valuable Information for Students anil OMousseline de sole as we have al- Â¬ And my oldest daughter too W Wright in St-- Louis Republic ready said Is used for full sleeves of said the farmer the M D degree from the London Loreni of Art Shes just as gener- Â¬ University and whoe career as her From Bells Edition of Bredows Ta- Â¬ 81 RILES THE SHORTEST summer dresses when a transparent ous as his HOME JEAN INGELOWS biography will show has beon a reÂ¬ bles of Universal History the follow- Â¬ fabric is required and Is newer than And so it went on for five min MATERIAL USED and none b t markable one for u woman and Misa ing succinct description of tho different The lace for this purpose Thus blaok utes Tho burroanillu nf n Street lYnuiaiiani continued the missionary n Street loet EMPLOYED GOOD Worloy who wou tho gold medal in schools of painting which have flour- Â¬ silk dresses have full puffed sleeves of while smiles rippled over the congre- Â¬ But a few moments ride from Lon- Â¬ classics and stood at tho head of tho ished Is taken black mousseliae de sole with n gation BK1WKIA It gives an amount of member of the two fam- Â¬ Each shirred band as a cuff or else drawn ilies was successively brought in until don is tho Kensington homo of Jean M As of the year Wo subjoin Valuable information in as small a com- Â¬ with fine ribbons run through both men had given 270 The 1800 Ingelow whose poetry is so familiar some account of these two noteworthy pass as can elsewhere bo found Flor- Â¬ tucks and New Orleans them shape the sleeves below tho was raised in less than an hour N to American readers The house is an ladies Mary Louisa Worloy was entine School Stylo elevated and Ciit Examine our stock and you will be pleased old one of cream colored stone and educated at the North London Col- Â¬ bold seeking rather to bo admired lbow White China silk waists wih Y Sun 30 20 ono scarcely knows whether It has two legiate School for Girls and at Glrton than to pleaso somotlmes gigantic white mousseline de sole sleeves in TIME t or th ee stories Liberal grounds sur-Â¬ College Cnmbridgo OUR NATIONAL BIRD Sho matricu- Â¬ neglects coloring and grace Roman shape are pretty for ENliniiTUAINS dressy toilettes iSew house waists o Tho Hade In Jlytholojrj- - In Heraldry round the house and even iu winter lated at the London University la School Carries invontion and design ItAliUAUKCAItS 0S1NESS UOLLEGE show a gardeners care In summor 1883 boing third on tho list and to tho highest perfection by tho ana- Â¬ wear with black skirts are formed en Â¬ DAY CO Aril KS and In lltfltory Jlnnk Kcrplno Short Hand Trlegrnphtj Set iTS I 2 T 3I I f 1 ANI LEErEnS tirely of bands of embroidered or In 1886 she lytical itudy of tho antique and of As the lion is the king of beasts the the entire lawn is bordered and dotted gaining an oxhibition Write for Catalogue anil fall in format ionnVjflJ j JJ VIS I mousseline de soie alternating eagle Is the king of birds The an- Â¬ with flowers for the poet is a pro-Â¬ passed tho B A degree gaining hon- Â¬ nature heads of tho most sublime tucked nounced horticulturist During the ors in classics and In 1833 took her beauty coloring and chiaro oscuro less Run Through Without Change with bands of pink vieux rose or cient Romans used to let an oagle il Harpers fly from the funeral pyre of a deÂ¬ cold wonthor a spacious conservatory classical tripos at Cambridge and tho perfect Venetian School Faithful turquoise blue ribbons D Imitation of woll chosen subjects of ceased Emperor Dry den alludes to attached to the house shelters tho M A degree at London University 110 MILES THE SHORTEST admir Â¬ nature oxcelent coloring this custom in his stanzas on Oliver flowers and iu this hothouso of gaining tho gold medaL Sho is twenty-fI duration buds she is ofteu our and 3 years of ago and Bolog able effect Lombard 7 HOUKS THE jriCKKST Cromwell after his funeral when ho palms Tho Greatly Tnereaed Loncevlty of Jinn found by hor friends rending or Mrs Mary Scharlieb sends tho fol- Â¬ neso Schools Correggio born in says iTWKNk kind In Modern rimm writing Flowers bloom too in almost lowing account of horsolf I was Lombrirdy not having founded OlBoious haste Dr Todd president of the Georgia Jacksonville Florida Ciscianati every room in tho house on the cen- Â¬ born In London In 1845 received a a permanent school but having Dont let too soon the sacred eagle fly I BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND AND State Medical Society read at tho au TIME 2S llOUILS In heraldry the eagle signifies forti- Â¬ ter table mantels and in tho bay win- Â¬ good genoral education married Will- Â¬ been Imitated by tho painters of Bo-Â¬ Our Grand Clearance KIe of Wnll meeting of that body a paper oa L0W2ST- - CDHSI3T3HI PSIC3S for sevoral centuries dows Joan Engelows home is that of iam Mason Scharlieb barrlster-at-laTlie Only Line ItHiiuiiig I hnmgli nual logna these two schools aro conjoined Paper was a perfect uccef Longevity whioh possesses great in- Â¬ tude and it has Etc r CiHfimiHli i J nek- Slei iMitg beort a favorite device oa royal ban- Â¬ a poet with books on ovory hand and and went with him to Madras in 18G6 Corrogglos distinguished character- Â¬ trinsic interest and at the same tima ners It was the ensign of tho ancient always in reach wherever you may WHIioHl Cllnllg hwHVilk We Iinv IIh largest trade ill Central Early In 1871 1 commenced the study istics aro a seducing and voluptuous is gratifying as showing how muoii Kentucky ami guarantee sati fHCtHHi Kings of Babylon and Porsia Tho chanco to sit down Also sell these articles ihi commissi of medicine privately was admitted to though somewhat affected grace in medical and sanitary science and a for riei t ami infHiua Romans adopted it together with othor Tho poet L now In middle life but tho Madras Modical Collcgo in 1875 the figures and attitudes and a magic more rational mode of life hnvo dono tlHi Injure ordering any nl le nf work devices but Marius made it the ensign her face shows not tho slightest traco and received tho Collego License In harmony in his coloring Flemish or to prolong the human span and hou SON Importeif WM ADAMS of the legion and usod tho other de- Â¬ of years Her mannor is moat friend- Â¬ July 1878 I camo to London studied Belglc School This school excels In Because we hail made up our mind to FHOMJONCT1IIX CITY TO muoh better in every way are the con- Â¬ France under ly hor conversation charming and sho for tho degrees of Bachelor of Modl vices for the cohorts 4I 4S Lkxinoton Kv CUATlANOOGA coloring and in the faithful Imitation sell every roll of the lust teasons coods FURHfTURE ditions of to day than of those good the Empire had tho eagle for 1 its na- - has a most musical voice She enjoys clno and Baeholor of Surgery M B ot nature but does not always exhibit nn mutter at wlmt price theyr had to old times for the return of which sen 5 J nti In Brown Blanks UlRMINUIIAM uonai aevioe jno two nenuou oukiu j a remarkably correct knowledge of B S and passed tho examination in sufficient nobleness of design it pro-Â¬ go lltiest Eniliosseilwent at at lo cents ami UPHOLSTERING done iu tL timentalists vainly sigh The doctor as a device was first used by Constan- Golds the MERIDIAN December 1882 I was duces eminent artists in every stylo They nil went the last rolt of them most artfcHle style American literature tho titles of tho Novomber and is modest in his claims making no of JACKSON Great and signifies a doublo by affixed his American books the University Scholarship Best of reference and rate ra- fort to monopolise in the name of tho tino the There is a superstition very intost wjtn wondorful boing spokenHor awarded Medal in Obstetric Medicine that to which Teniors has school tho Consequently we havo 1 AUSTIN fluency empire VICIvSKUU and Gold eonaole name had Its birth in this nor medical profession credit for a better Â¬ 106 Eaat Mbiii Str 12 15 MlTBlLE ment in which so many agencies pluj ancient that every ton years the caglo cimraotor is eminently practical with Honors in Medicine Forensic Medi- Â¬ Academy at Antworp tho cradle of fiery region and plunges Surgery I then went to hor parts but he does claim and with soars into a the sea where moulting out a touch of f entimentullty Allfore cine and improvo my knowledgo of this school was founded in 1510 but thence Into Vienna to utorary writing is dono in the Chfre oiiiMtlinii Mdde at New Or- - reason that the intelligent physioian there was a Society of Painters at kwitti vilh StMiliem rucitlc Its feathers it acquires new life noon hor pen is nover put to paper by obstetrics and diseases of tho ear and Antworp from tho year 1412 Dutch has had much to do with the result Spenser alludes to this and TtXiis rclllc fur in his poom gaslight Sho composes slowly and eye I returned to India in August School This school is especially dis- Â¬ BIJTSIMPJA A TltEMBNDOUS STOCK OF and that death rates of the various M r aajai Ai I A a by hor for 1883 mado an excelcnt practice and Ahe faerie yueen tinguished by an eminent intelligence her verses aro often kopt Texas Mexico California peoples of the globe bears a ratio very As eagle fresh oat of the oeean wave succeeded chiefly through the influ- Â¬ of tho chiaro oscuro exhibits good months at a tlmobeforo they are al Â¬ nearly inverse to the number of quali- Where M hath left bis plumes all hoary Rray VI IJikhvi Jumker limit any i tlier Line Sho ence of the Into Governors wife Lady coloring and a faithful Imitation of The ADd decks himself with feathers youthful gay lowod to go out for publication fied phvsleians among them Royal nature ia the minutest details Tho from the ol book of Psalms wo read shuns society and the most severe Grant Duff in establishing the cheie t to the finest haud- In the Sim vciorl highest death rate in Europe is that Direct VniHciiiiK part of tho winter is spent in the Hospital for High Caste and Gosha stylo of precious finishing is carried mude goods in endless varieties ami at Thy youth is renewed liko tho Russia ranging from SO per 1000 in with Tux ihI Imtlle Ity 188G Early in 1887 I was The oagle is tho supporter South of France Washington Press Women in ill health to leave India to tho highest pitch In this schooL without Tri fer Courland and 22 per 1000 in the eagles compelod by German School This school having churches becauso f many THE ENGLISH MAIDEN Nethcrn Hesai Mcsico California Baltic province there being 49 iu of tho lectern innatural onemy of tho forever I began to practice In Lon- Â¬ nover had a common point of union Prices physicians in both districts to that bird is tho and the West Advantages Sht don in 1887 and am doing woll In no goneral and distinctive char- Â¬ II places where there are but few But serpent and it is also emblematic of A Conrla of the American GirlPooes December 1888 I passed tho degree of bears Over -- IS SBLIING THE acter it produces in the dlfforent heard of in this or any other city in the CJ cyalcx Xlne between one half of the children born in somo St John the Evangollst because liko Two points of advantage the English M D of the London University While styles of painting rival irtlsts to the c illre8 Itaten M Union and remember C parts of Russia reaoh the 7th year the oagle he looked on tho sun of girl possesses over tho Amorican girl in Madras I hold tho appointment of great masters of Italy and of tho KHAKK W WOOlEY LAFAYETTE end Trav AuL Lcxiiginu Ivy and of 1000 male children only from glory aro precisely tho qualities lecturer on obstetric medicine to the Netherlands Painters English ITot Be Undersold The idea has always boon held that and these 21 years 0---IOArXS ItAltlCErTlVim 480 to 490 reach the age ofable bodied the eagle alone of all tho animal world that particularly appeal to men sho women students of tho Madras Med- Â¬ Formed in genoral on the masters of We and of these only 375 are Trav Pass Agl CimltuuiMin to tho tho Flemish and Italian schools excel is more romantic and more submissive ical College Tfc Es n TRiu KZ TBMTCH TTttUst Chip by any iu the land The public gen has oyos which can withstand tho full While as full of sentiment as tho Ideal University of and of examiner Russia with all its teeming populaMadras in obstetrics X tlwua SWwinir Cars and ZSles nt He in portraits and landscapes aro un Â¬ erally are invited to inspect goods and 3 Epwaiids Milton 1 midday C GAUIT tion has only 15414 regular physi- Â¬ blaze of the sun at sho diseases of womon and children ma- Â¬ rivaled In on Cars Trains lovo letters tied with bluo ribbon French price water colors - Agt Gen Geul Mer in his great proso work of Areopa still regards man as hor lord and mas Your obedient servant cians and one surgeon to every 100 IixTalfiot Tarl Cora on Say Traizuh and therapeutics I am Cincinnati O gltica alludes to this idea In Iho fol- Â¬ tor Sho rarely dreams of disputing teria medlca physician to out patients Schools Tho good painters of this 000 population The United States 6 --Kx-X now senior school are formed on tho model of tho Methinks I GEO MWILLGING having a doctor of medicine for every io lng eloquent passage BXTWEUt tho supremacy of husband father or at tho New Hospital Marylebono road different Italian schools of which they 000 population shows the lowest death see in my mind a noble and puissant oven brother and hor prlvllogo and lecturer on forensic medicino to tho bear tho several characteristics thoy Decorator in Paint and Paper rate iu the world England following nation arousing herself like a strong pleasure is to minister unto them Sho London School of Medicino for WomtU C L St I C Bali ty Dig Four 3 31 are In general moro successful in com- Â¬ in- Â¬ sad se4alls Lis Tho average life expectancy ia tbo man after sleep and shaking hor is so affectionate in her home circle on and Queens lecturer on physiolo- Â¬ position aad design than in coloring F tn FV 4et aa Cars Pullman ReeKninc vincible locks methinks I see her as United States is now 55 years in En Cn1I ami ste Mm next do r t Seceno r 1 ara New hirat Claaa Coackc tho averago man ha3 only Association of It Is emancipated from tho degrada Â¬ oagle viewing her mighty youth that be admitted there to straight Â¬ gy to tho National c NCoacitea ami Hairirap Caift all ran thmirli land among the urban population it i3 an to London Graphic Nurses tion and affected stylo It assumed after Post oaiee hi betweca Cao a UudbULauis 50 and among the racalists 5 years and kindling her undazsledoyos at tho way la fall head ovor hools tho death of Lo Brun by Vien and be-Â¬ 62 51 Tho torms goldon Clogsni Reclining Chair Cars plus Russians have a life expectancy full midday beam love with a girl who worships her come tho mo3t numerous and flourish- Â¬ Reflections ot a Wise Man KTWFWI spread oagle are commemo- Â¬ paSi Ill of but 23 years approximately and eagle and 13 forever kissing hor fond 1 brother ing school of alL Christian at Work HL GonimeFsls Chilians of the same while in Kllobed rative of the Crusader they wore tho father and disputes with hor sisters Stilts aro no bettor in a conversation IA TM- genera- Â¬ devioes of the Emperors of tho East A Microscopic Writers Work T 8art Ila T in the Soudan 23 years is a C riHl 1 U 1 1 tho honor and the delight or warming than In a foot race Cheapest BesiBusintss College hi the World tion The average life in the Rome of In the mythology of Scandinavia thoro tho paternal slippors Bvon when of Folly must hold its tongue whilo - ol Jletlnl orer lall Cmmc lous Roclinlng Chair Cars tlHftViHe--- t aiIIoa nichn It Is said that tho champion micro- Â¬ NEW BUGGIES -arrwFj the Caesars was It years now it is 40 is a fable of a wonderful ash tree high station sho takes her turn in wearing tho wig of wisdom i I I ummru AJweraSeti Mnok AVvm o ant scopic man of the world Hve3 in Bel- Â¬ which drops honey In the branches makingtho tea and preparing the toast year Nearly Mmstu u iwaree Ike part tftjfW years Within 60 years the average in It is tho foolish aim of tho atheist to fast Waldo County Mo His name Is I I jmti mmtrle tram SI Mil Having tHkelin IhoroHfth rouem NEW PH2ET0NS France has increased from 28 to 46 sit an eagle a squirrel and four stags and superintending the breakfast gen Â¬ scan Infinitude with a microscope via 3ircxJX5r It Tiarhera emplW tlmJwifr Rlla Klltrcdgc and although past Kindergarten under Mlsfl Ad tins of t i vritntne- t t St I-- f amt T P a W K Hi cot- Â¬ in the days of Qneen Elisa Â¬ At the root lies the serpent Nlthhoggr si BaaliM n Arlititm t erallya task whioh mamma rologates When poverty comos In at the IwmwI i CMnaH reiai years and Lexington I vdH pettw 77 years of ago his hand Is as steady NEW CARRIAGES v a Kt f cat Peoria rlne tad in Law MercbwKilslii- - liLi J ijnt Stoek Mtu beth the English average was but 20 gnawing it while the squtrrei runs up to her daughters Tho English glri tage door trao lovo goes at it with and his sight as keen as ever He c Hertt are trtit tilth all Lines to Gfadnrinii tmvTr KiuUn- - rnieUee Jtereaa to sow strlfo ni fm years Dr Todd ascribes the great and down the tree trying inraihon1 air of domes- Â¬ an axe tlietirri broathos this engaging On Monday September 9 89 i lae ertb t West sua Soatliwrit wrote ono of Prosidont Clevelands aH larliMii TiiII NEW SDRRIES - family ahot t lvmpHjr nr and progressive change for the better between the oagle and the serpent A voign of humor should bo mado messages to Congress about 15000 1 ticity Man doesnt say How sho HH t itiUafrimaUtlrrisQalfeUU ntilicaT t r a- - dropHM to advanced medic 1 knowledge better Little Folks fr at Ul iaicd at 3iT Ticket OCce C 1 St I hpeetaltteat liir- can waltz how well sha looks at tho vislblo without tho holp of a reduction NEW SULKIES a school ami ni home n Tmnl u words on the back of a postal card ri th r Paainess hislicaialCouucn Ticket aad ca l fke a ro A hne drainage and diet greater eteanlinees opera how she surpasses all of the mllL Oaarse fST SperUtS W partntMit nr I utiea Initi1 cmnti7 Chicago Trunk Mystery Iriart i ho has dono some flno scrib- Â¬ lately Another ctaaere lar pro lie built ivpeelxlly for tin 1 lir Lady rriociwl lnilve an a fanatia but Tho iCMtTiiCAH GbI sad Tit -- seat enrias ttaatin Brt a Vneallon Enter and to vaccination and the use of Uu Boarder The Chioago trunk mys- Â¬ other girls in the cotillionmay No matter whon horeformer tobecomes emotions as bling which throws that performance For further lufctmatioti applv SBSthcttes quinine and the like appear In uso his begins cnfcay r in a nam Toe Clretilai adrtrHi advantage sho to what In tho shade Ho has written the MlSjS LOULA BROS- - ON 1VZZIC t E ailOTS lrc lVexiustbnKr My vfltloles are till new ud of the radiance a substitute for his reasoning faculty thinks that quinine alone has added tery is dreadful isnt U evening dress under the soft 8- SUN Tliid Lords prayer eight times on tho space very Infest patterns They are bv snh Â¬ Â¬ civil- Â¬ two years to the average life ot Aj XTS WAXTK0 FOR THE BOOK N Y Landlady There was a trunk of tho wax candles what tho roost in Many an object In life must bo at of a5 ccnt silver pleco eighteen col- Â¬ on the most teiisoiinhl leims Jfjou ized man To those agencies should bo mystery In ray boarding house whon I veterate bachelor whispers to himself tained by flank movements It is tho umns of tho Boston Post upon a postal want a vflilcle come ami f e me and A G WILLIAMSON added the decrease of war the rnoro kept boarders In Chicago ten years is this By George what a wlfo she xiggag road that leads to the mountain card and is now engaged lu tho work you wonfK home without one-FARM FOR SME laws and the groator temper Â¬ ago Chioago is a great place for would mako And what a home lenient CITY KN1KKR top 5- JOHN DONEp ON of putting 23305 words upon another Go Chron- Â¬ trunk mysteries ance of ourdav Atlanta of lifo lead to the postal card Tho work is so fine that Boston Herald All tho paths Civil Engineer and Surveyor icle Was It a man gravo and tho utmost wo can do is to a powerful microscope has to bo used Â¬ D MILLER rJ s We wfefc U pM privately o Yos ead he was arislng journaYou wish to marry due of myij Thoro is in the civilized world an avoid tho short cuta in reading it but then every letter ap HARRISON Itnlluray Tnni HurvejH made iu Wfll gmri I4w r fat daughters The youngest will got list and as nice a young man as you average of onedeaf muto to evory 1500 seek tho man but pears distinct and Tho office should idkra Roadway Ktlinileulveti Ac beautiful Mr iv uu inmr --lite ttnul kii r ni 109 IRVJNE STREET 15000 marks the second 80003 jmd ovor see One day he didnt como of thepopulatioa in other words tbare it should inspect him thoroughly beÂ¬ Kittredge uses a common steel pen t cemjaeaetlstOTT ol Farm drMliiMge Tun Uote 1 till oil He from Krvl OUer ertjek ptfee -- ad Next Door to Post Office TJrestF1oe4 PuSIMied in KngliKli You dont hap home to supper and that struck me as ace at least 1000000 of this afflicted fore taking him the oldest 45000 Ho has auto- Â¬ and wears spectacles tli- - Gw t GENERAL LAND SURVEYS pen to haveoae stfll older FHogonde being a little peculiar although ho had class In tho United States there are most serviceable as an graph letters from several Presideats Humility is over f0 NEW COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS i German Contains retail for page 3SO0O In Graafa Britain 20000 in Gor n loft his trunk in his room undergarment and should never be and other distinguished mon who have and lne retmeetl lco to tnMigmililMl Special attpm fun civtof Blaetter 3 aiomtn t l His mutilated body was found in many 25000 In France 30000 in worn as an overcoat kittthiH awl porH srut Smke l A boy la Merldea Cons brokoN 3f fai fann other Flood boot Aheul- - farms ami tlier iiimjis UMl pints received samples of his work Presi Â¬ 0 IuihI- Correepoud for other keuses Good well at l 2000 in Norway 1100 Iu trunk Horrible horrible Â¬ Sweden wrkiia Tho G6od Samaritan helps the un dent Garflold having sent him hU the handle off a tea oup belonging to a tho with outflt springs for slock Young orcha- - J 2 cents ia stasias No bricks were found in tho Denmark 2000 in Holland 2800 and fortunate wayfarer without asking seiiee how auperior it u fcrthe one j eu eiiee aoMclltllauds inparties Interested neighbor nod the trifle not only made In survevn of photograph and a kind letter wbleli mountain ohiih to cfietos fruits dollars atul above all how he Intends to vote- A Macon Ht f Kentucky enemies ot a dozen people but led to trunk He owed me eleven Chica- - in Switzerland the country are highly prized by the old man areseHtRC Mctt Hberal terra aHowed B AT P IRVINE DoneJrompUy CAJtPETS LAID IN O Im on to theax j others where deafness ia prevalent board City Hall RtebmondKy several assault aad batterx oases and for la Ceotury Bric-a-BrBoston Poet EE Ford FINE STYLE GivehimaCalL 24- - S--- rTexas bUtlngs j 10000 go trual mysteries three lawsuits CincinaaU Oiuo gjx rai -- Absolutely Pure l- kj i T- rs ol I lM wn jyW Q rpi luia lJ 5B aL Nran sinti BVJW5iBiJl RTllT i iiirl wr SMmwmf 7- AStf w Ordinary Interest Home dress makera aro ndrisod that Blmple gowns with gathered wtilets full sleeves and 6tralght skirts prow in favor as tbo season advances and are easier for the amateur to mako than any dresses lately worn Any thlnp like fussy or elaborate drttpery on the skirt destroys the style ol tho jjown and many net or laoe skirts now hang perfectly straight all around ii new Parts fancy being a finish at tbd foot of a small laoe ruffle sowed to tho edge net upon it of the net skirt Wool skirts and those of wash goods are quite plain at the foot or else have a fiat border trimming The front of waists Is the place for drapery or elabÂ¬ orate trimming if the wearer profers It and unless the material is thick It Is usually full on the shoulders and shirred at the waist line or lapped diagonally with a Directoire rufile edging it The fashions of waists at present suit slender figures best and the same is true of the very bmiiTant sleovee Tho very long waist oar bo given a shorter appoaraneo by the wido sashes and broad lapped fronts For full figures the smooth fitted tailor waists are preferred and even laoo bodices can be made up quite plain and apparently lengthened by btlng composed of lengthwise rows of inser- Â¬ tion alternating with ribbon stripoii or else the laoe waist has long brett JIn of ribbons passing over the shoulders and tapering to a point at tho waist line in back and front Full sleeves especially tho mu twin log sleeves with the wrinkles or fold extending around the arm aro madd very long covering the wrisU entire- Â¬ ly shorter sleeves when very full aro out of proportion and have a bad ef- Â¬ fect The yokes so fashionable for thin woolens and for cotton gorns are very shallow not reaching quits to the armholes on the shoulders and aro round in front and back instead of be Â¬ ing pointed They are sometimes very prettily deoorated by an embroidered collar in deep Vandyck points that nearly cover the yoke The fulness below the yoke is attached by an eroct tMifHa flnulkliWl nml nf tliA miiliia standing about an Inch high above tho eilge of the yoke Another pretty fashion is to trim the neck tho edgo of the yoke and the wrists with Uie material drawn iu a small put with a narrow doubled ruffle on each side of it the front of the skirt then has a Spanish flounce trimmed at the top with a wider pud edged each side with a ruftla this is pretty for lawns cam- Â¬ Some brics mull and challi drosses of the newest French gowns for sum Â¬ mer have the skirt quite short show Â¬ ing the low shoe iu back and front alike as the wearer moves a ar neater fashion than that lately worn allowing the walking dress to touch the ground in the back and to be too long in front for either comfort or SfethoaUt JUislonary liaised a Western Town Boy Mr Crouch missionary for tho Brooklyn Methodist Church Ejctonsion Soolcty told the congrogatton of tho Sumner Avenuo Methodist Church in Brooklyn the othor ovonlnff some of his experience la raising monoy for debt lncumbered churches Among others he related the following I had agreed to do what I could W1 ward raiting an 16X debt upon d small chureh in a Western village and when I alighted at tho depot Saturday ovenlng I was met by the pastor of tho church who pointed to a carriage near by and said the owner of it was waiting to take mo homo with him I was also told that my entertainer was a wealthy farmer who had refused to givo any more money toward rais1 lng the debt saying that ho had done all he could Becausd Of his refusal several othor prominent members ot the church had also re- Â¬ fused to contribute When I got into the carriago the farmer told me plainly ho knew that I was sent with him In order to persuade him to subscrlbo some more money and that such an attempt would bo useless as he would not give another dollar Inrguodand pleaded with him but my efforts wore in vain The next morning whilo driving to the church after another effort to reaoh his pocket by persua- Â¬ sion without success the conversation turned on the horse which was jog- Â¬ ging Wong before us Nice horse said I Yes good animaL As good a beast as ever wore hide was tho rfl-o S180O In Ono That Weight 433000 Pounds ami Others of Considerable SUe ForDOO years after tho Bishop ct Noln first set up his church bell in Campania no attempts wcro mado at costing largo onos Tho boll presented to tho church at Orleans id the eleventh century weighed but 2000 pounds being then tho largest Iri the world In the thirteenth century bells of ono two and three tons weight word hot rare In tho year 1400 tho jaoquellnd was cast at Paris tho first of thd groat bells weighing without the hammer 15000 pounds or soven and one half tons Tho rage for big bolls soon becamo a passion Seventy two years later Paris almost doubled hor first effort in tho big boll lino by ousting one of twelve and a half tons The boll of Rouen was oast in 1501 It weighed 3G364 pounds Tho largest boll In the world at tho present time or that ever has boon Is tho fnmous King of Bolls now at Mos- Â¬ cow Russia It was cast In tho year 1732 partly from fragments of another great bell called the Giant whioh was broken inUie oarly part of tho Seven Â¬ teenth century by fulling from its sup- Â¬ Graphic Acconrii ot ITo Jr the Sons Vfas Written by Da UslA Of all the airs which dosarva id b6 tormod national that of tho French Marsolllaiso is without doubt tho most lively and exciting The sound and tho words of it mako tho blood Unglo iil mens Velds find wholo armies and assemblages ia FVaricd haVo BUng it with oyos weeping ana burning with hearts doflant of death despot and ddvU Owirfrf id its eleOtrifying bowor thd singing of Thd MarVdlt laise has often been prohibited by he Frendh authorities Evert in times tit poaco and quietness it is impossiblo to listen to Its animating strains without experiencing a certain thrill and its It Is just as woll not to say what you think ol a rod headed woman Washington Critic What fire1 thd wild ware Ho Sho Oh thoy aro proba- saying bly making somo current rerrfark 1 Think Carefully and btty from B3 PhUadelphla Prcs3 2 Decide Wisely Tho Bast k the CbeajH wore Dirteen of my friands drowned by do upsetting of do potc I 3 Act Immediately When Bargains nc Offered was do only one saved said a Dutch 4 Work Diligently Until Yoi Reaeh And how did you oscopc PiMt 216 W mam I did not asked aa anxious hearer 5 Deal Honestly Is 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prefers it and unless the material is thick it is usually full on the should ora and shirred at the waist line or lapped diagonally with a Directoire rnfila edging it The fashions of ialsts at present suit slender figures test and the same is true of the very bouffant sleeves Tho very long waist can bo given a shorter appearance by the wide sashes and broad lapped fronts For full figures the smooUi fltteJ tailor waists are preferred and eren laco bodices can be made up quite plain and apparently lengthened by beiDg composed of lengthwise rows of inser- Â¬ tion alternating with ribbon sripos or else the lace waist has long bretelles of ribbons passing over the shoulders and tapering to a point at tho waist line in back aod front Full sleeves ospecially tho mutton log sleeves with the wrinklee or fold Oxtending around the arm arc madd very long Covering the wrists entire- Â¬ ly shorter sleeves when very full aro bad ef- Â¬ out of proportion and have fect The yokes so fashionable for thin woolens and for cotton gowns are very shallow not roachin quite to the armholes on the shoulders and aro round in front and back instead of be- lug pointed They are bometlsvos very prettily deeorated by an embroidered collar in deep Vandyck points that nearly cover the yoke Thij fulness below the yoke is attached by art erect ruffle of the material doubled and standing about an inch high above tho dge of the yoke Another pretty fashion is to trim the neck tho edgo of the yoke and the wrists with the material drawn in a small pulf with a narrow doubled ruffle on each side of it the front of the skirt then has a Spanish flounce trimmed at the top with a wider puff edged each side with a ruffle this is pretty for lawns cam- Â¬ brics mull and challi drosse Some of the newest French gowns for sum- Â¬ i How a MetliooUt JIUslonarT liaised 81300 In a Western Town Hoy Mr Urouch missionary lor tno Brooklyn Methodist Church Extension Sooicty told the congrogation of tho Eumner Avenuo Methodist Church in Brooklyn tho othar evening some of hte experience id raising money for debt lncumbered churches Among others he related the following I had agreed to do what I could td ward raising an fclSW debt upon A small church in a Western village and when I alighted at tho depot Saturday evening I was met by tho pa3tor of tho church who pointed to a carrlago near by and said the owner of it was waiting to take me home with him I was also told that my entertalnor was a wealthy farmer who had rofusod to give any more money toward rais ing the debtt saying that ho had al Â¬ ready done all he could Because ot his refusal several other prominent members ol the church had also re Â¬ fused to contribute When I got into the carriage the farmer told mc plainly he knew that I was sent with him in order to persuade him to subscrlbo some more money and that such an attempt would bo useless as he would not give another dollar I argued and pl adod with him but my offort3 wore In vain The next morning whilo driving to the church After another effort to reach his pocket by persua- Â¬ sion without success the conversation turned on the horse which was jog- Â¬ ging along before us Nice horse said I Yea good animal As good a beast as ever wore hide was tho ra- ply How old is the horse About eighteen years How long havo you had him Fourteen years Fvo worked tho animal every day in the field and he has taken tho family to church regu- Â¬ larly on Sunday for fourteen years suppose you wouldnt like to lose him No hes been a faithful horse bo long that I couldnt feelsatisfied to loss him Still I could easily fill his place in my possession with a ou lor tue j i ve got a standing oiler 01 four-yoar-o- ld Ono That Welch 433000 rounds anil Others of Considerable Size For 900 years after tho Bishop of Nola first set up his church bell in Campania no attempts woro mada at casting lurgo ones Tho boll proeentod to tho church at Orloans In tho ole Vonta century weighed hut 2600 pouuds boing thou tho largest in thd world In tho thirteenth century bells of ono two and three tons wulght woro hot rara was Cost at Paris tho first Of the grat bells weighing without the hammer 15000 pounds or seven and one half tons Tho rage for big bolls soon bocumo a passion Sevonty two years later Paris almost doubled her first effort in tho big boll lino by casting one of twelve and a half tons The boll of Rouen was cast in 1501 It weighed 3G364 pounds Tho largest boll in the world at the present time or that ever has boon Is the famous King of Bolls now at Mos- Â¬ cow Russia It was cast In tho year 1732 pnrtly from fragments of anothor great bell called the Giant whioh was broken inthe oarly part of tha Seven Â¬ teenth contary by fulling from Its sup- Â¬ In the year1 1400 the Jacqueline port 01u IV LQDJnsrn- RftUMifoofa- V- V -- T 1- T- T---- X HIC E ti til IVm Act1lrtliilMU M K HITXTIXUTOX V Pri A i Manr K BCAKII At KUIimmd Ky UCQcr iliaiula of tnineroe Build lafsera ins iirinti ii 1 1215 Hsw and Original Designs OFAKIIsnc MO HUMEHTS IE tj m teaJS2bHt fflS SSlssJffi KJ vSgmij V2ytigF t ikOfJS s - In Granite and Marble rrrxsSa Vt Sa225aEBg 3f TSrv rvacjfft tssmsm V i v 5wr -- iiu C5a aftl mer have the skirt quite ahot show- Â¬ ing the low shoe in back and front alike as the wearer movaj a for neater fashion than that lately worn allowing the walking dress to touch the ground in the back and to be too long in front for either comfort or grace French nainsooks or Victoria lawns are made up in separate waists pre- Â¬ cisely like those of surah now used and will be worn all summer v ith vari- Â¬ ous colored skirts a oool and comfortable fashion They may be tucked lengthwise to form a yoke or else they are shirred at the ton Tho sleeves are straight and full or if pre- Â¬ ferred in coat shape are quite full and high about the armhole The belt may be of insertion or of ribbon and the space below the belt may be worn outside the skirt or thrust under as the wearer chooses Â¬ s we drove up to the church it seemed to me that I had the key of tho situation 1 didnt say any thing to When I got in- Â¬ the farmer however to the pulpit I began my plea for tho 1800 by telling the congregation all about the condition of affairs I closed by relating the conversation about the horse saying I was satisfied that the fanner could spare tho old horse and telling the secretary to credit tho farmer with 50 on the strength of aoe selling the faithful animal Instantly the farmer sprang to his feet and ex- Â¬ claimed I wont sell the horse but you can put me down for 50 He had no sooner resumed his Boat than another man who was only wait- Â¬ ing to follow the farmers example ex- Â¬ claimed u mm Ii SHORTEST 8 Hours the Quickest BKIWKJV Ciiidiiiiili ami M Orleans AND -- TIME 27 HOURS DMousseline de sole as we have al- Â¬ ready said Is used for full seeves of summer dresses when a transparent fabric is required and Is newer than Tints black lace for this purpoee silk dresses have full puffed s eeves of black mousseline de sole with a shirred band as a cuff or else drawn tucks with fine ribbons run through them shape the sleeves bolow the elbow White China silk waists with white mousseline de soie sleeves in Put me down for 50 As my wife said she would give 50 whether I did or not you may as well eharge her with an equal amount The words were soaroaly out of tho speakers mouth when the farmer was on his feet again saying I guess my wife is as good as his Put 50 opposite her name on the book This stirred the other man up to such au extent that he was on his feet in a second shouting 50 Give my eldest daughter worth of that stock And my oldest daughter too Shes just as generÂ¬ said the farmer ous as his And so it went on for five min oontinued utes the missionary while smiles ripplodover the congre- Â¬ gation Each member of the two fam- Â¬ ilies was successively brought in until both men had given 270 The 1800 N was raised in less than an hour Y Sun OUR The Giant although not as largo as tho one of which its fragments now form it part nevertheless no pigmy as the rcador my infer upon boing informed that its weight was not less than 238000 pounds It is said to hnve taken tho combined strength of twenty four men to ring Tho the Giant in his palmv days King of Bolls likd the Giant ha3 had tho misfortune to get broko Fivo years after it was cast in 1737 during a great fire a heavy timbor fell against the King and broko an immense throo cornercd pieco from its side loavlng a gap wide enough to admit two mon walking abreast It Is now on tho ground and is said to have been used nbout ten years ago as a place of wor- Â¬ ship the gap in tho side serving as a moans of ingress and egress The wri Â¬ ter is aware that this sounds like a fairy story but surely there is nothing about it in the loast improbable Inas-Â¬ much as tho monster Is 19 feet 9 inches In height and GO feet 9 inches hrfluhd the margin Thewoightof tho colos- Â¬ sal folly has been variously given but never loss than 443000 pounds Think of it 220 tons By some gross carelessness several hundred pounds of gold were said to havo been Incor- Â¬ porated in its composition Russia loads tho world In the matter of great bolls Moscow also claiming second place in the worlds championship in its St Ivans which weighs 127830 pounds It is 16 inches in thickness and 40 feet 9 inches in circumference China has sevoral large bells for according to Father Lo Compte Pekin has seven bells each of whioh weighs 120000 pounds The great bell at Vienna Austria weighs 40200 pounds The largest bell in Bohemia that at Olinutz weighs exactly 40000 pounds Big Ben tho prido of London would look liko a firm houM dinner boll compared with the monster of Moscow above mentioned weighing but flftoon tons Big Ben is not the largest bell of London however St Pauls Cathedral having one which weighs 38470 1 he largest bell on that won- Â¬ pounds derful pioce ot architecture St Peters Cathedral at Rome woighsbut 18600 pounds hardly two thirds the size of the largest bell in America that at Montreal which weighs 25563 John W Wright in St Louis Republic irbfr the Sons Wa Written by Do Llald Of all tho airs Which deserve td b6 tormod national that of tho French Marseillaise is without doubt tho most lively and exciting Tho sound and tho Words of it mako tho blood tinglo In mdns Voids arid wholo armies and assemblages id Franca haVo Bung it with eyes wcoplng and burning with hedrtd defiant of death dcspdt dwlrig td Its eledtrifylng and deviL bowor thd singing of Tha MartoU laise has often been prohibited by the French authorities Evori in times of peaco and quictnee3 it is impossiblo to listen to its animating strains without experiencing a certain thrill and its effects on an impetuous people liko tho French in tho troublous titnoi of tho past may bo cosily imagined Corlsfdoring tho extraordinary part which thd Marsoillalse has played in tho affairs of Franco w8 ffligHt not unreasonably expect that tho words and air had emanated from somo genius who had bestowed much labor and caro on thoir produc- Â¬ tion And yet as tho story goes both words and music wero written in ono night without any previous skotchlng out or after elaboration Tho author and composer Rougot do Lisle was an Officer of engineers who had formorly been a tedOhdr of nlusia ltd was greatly admired among his acquaint- Â¬ ances for his poetical and musical gifts and was ospecially intimato with Baron Diotrich tho mayor of Stras burg Ono evening during tho spring of 1792 Do Lisle was tho guest at tho table of this family Tho Barons rc sources haQ been so greatly reduced by the necessities and calamities df war that nothing bettoi than garrison bread and a fow slicos of ham could bd provided for dinner Diotrich smiled sadly at his friend nnd lamenting tho scantinoss of his faro declared that ho would bring forth tho last remaining bottlo of Rhino wine in his collar if ho thought it would help to inspire Do Llslo in tho composition of a patriotic song Tho ladios signified tholr approval and tho Baron sent for tha last bottlo of wino tho houso could boost ofi After dinner Do Lisle ro turned to his solitary chamber attd id a fit of enthusiasm with which tho wino must hnvo had little enough to do composed tho words and mdsie of tho song which havo immortalized his name Tho following morning he host oned with it to his friend Diotrich in whoso houso it was sung for the first A timo exciting great enthusiasm fow days afterward it was publicly performed in Strasburg nnd ten days lntor was sung at a public banquet nt Marseilles with so much effect that it was printed nt onco nnd distributed among the troops just starting for Paris Thoy entered tho capital sing Â¬ ing thoir new hymn which thoy hod called and Chant dos Marseillais sOoti tho tuilo wns known throughout every part of Franco Dd Lislds claim to the authorship was at one timo dis- Â¬ puted but tho truth of tie story here given regarding the origin of tho Marseillaise has long since been proved boyond a doubt N Y Mail and Express Vccourit of i It la just B3 woll not to say what jr6u think oi a rod headed woman Washington Critic HoWhnt ard the wild wavesOh thoy ftra probaShe-saying bly making somo current f erriarkv 1 Think Carefully and buy from aa Philadelphia Pross -- 2 Decide Wisely The Best is tb CJtOajtea word Dirteon of my friends drownod by do upsetting of do poto I 3 Act Immediately When Bargains xm Offtrd was do only one saved said a Dutch escape 4 Work Diligently Until Yoti Reach Our Baca 216 W3 And how did you mam I did not asked an anxious hearer o Deal Honestly Is Our Motto go on do samo pote 7 Investigate Thoroughly Mrs Figg John theres a long If You Do Not TCmw Us red hair on your shoulder and your S Buy Frequently If You WouW Plee Ife Mr Figg sleovo is ripped too Yos I put the hair on thoro mysslf 9 Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Out Aim so youd notice tho ripped place 10 RAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Boston Transcript Editorial Courtesy Mrs Quillpon Dearest havo you replied to tho in- Â¬ Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they wilt ttttaswUely h vitation to Mrs Bloodgoods recop to success awl ami make t happy No sho didnt Mr Quillpon lion Burlington Frpo Stamp Incloso Press Do you keep Young Journalist Yes Salesman all sorts of pons Young Jour- Â¬ which do you profer BKALKKS IX nalist Ive bcon advisod to use a trenchant pen Td liko a small box of ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE them and you may put in some caus- Â¬ WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Cincinnati Commcreial-Ga-zotte- o tics too THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Kefci SHACKELFORDGENTRV Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools ami Material When a total abstinence man who ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTKRINu noVcr drank in his life recovers from tho effects of a sunstroke it makes WAGONS FARMING IMPLEMENTS him blazing mad to seo so many beer HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS nnd whisky guzzlora standing around in the sun unconcerned and 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HORROR ol PuSJiled m English Flool ti- a- German Caawtanw over 500 Pge anJ retail for tco 60 3sactifs2 fell gilt Wafllag Age aBT Mber Wood bool should iroBiisrsTo TFfc8St rM VALLEY OF DEATH Gt wet comflcte history 0raton Sf 24 cents in ttssz js f cr enr ontnt tew Mjperior it w to the one y ex zmuXi MotHbentl terms aHowed w--j- Vf i l v rcsssss Cwcfanatl OWe KcKAsnr drainage and diet greater daintiness and to vaccination and the us 3 of an sssthetics quinine and the like Ilu thinks that quinine alone hts added 22 two years to the average life pT civil Â¬ ized man To these agencies should bo J A 6 ILLIABISON added the decrease of war the moro lenient laws and tho greater temper Â¬ CITY KNOIUKKK ance of our day Atlanta Go Chron- Â¬ Civil Engineer and Surveyor icle You wish to marry ontj1 of my Surveys made fr Hallways Tuni daughters The youngest will got lilkps ItoailwayH KntlmateK clveii ccc 15000 marks the second SO 00 J and Farm drailtHge TuWH Lh laid aair You dont hap the oldest 45009 GENlItAL LAND SURVEYS pen to have one still older PHFlogande Lines retrtteeil SrjH ctHl aUeiiiinii clven Blaetter hi Hi toprfgrntalilml in4 a til plats of A boy In Merlden Conn farms and oilier land Oiepond the handle off a tea cup belongingbrokoa to enee Maiicited Hitli part leu iiitereMted in Mjrvef nf lauds in mountain coun Â¬ neighbor and the trifle not ocPy made ties f Kentucky enemies of a dozen people bbt led to SSrOflice City Hall RichmondKy several assault and batter Cjisos and - j three lawsuits 9 - As the lion is the king of beasts the eagle is the king of birds The an- Â¬ cient Romans used to let an oaglo fly from the funeral pyre of a de- Â¬ ceased Emperor Dryden alludes to this custom in his stanzas on Olivor Cromwell after his funeral when he The Greatly Increased LonceiltT of Man sunw kind in Modern Tlinrii OHoks haste Dr Todd president of the Georgia Dont let too soon the sacred eagle fly State Medical Society read at the an- Â¬ eagle signifios fort In nual meeting of that body a paper on tude heraldry thefor sevoral centuries and it has Longevity whioh possesses great in- Â¬ beort a favorite device on royal ban- trinsic interest and at the same timo was the onsign of tho ancient is gratifying as showing how much ikors It Kings of Babylon and Porsio Tho medical and sanitary science and a Romans adopted it togothor with other more rational mode of life have dono but Marius made it the ensign to prolong the human span and how deviceslegion and used tho othor deÂ¬ of the much better in every way are the con- Â¬ France under good vices for the cohorts ditions of to day than of thot the Empire had the eagle for its na- Â¬ old times for the return of which sen Â¬ tional device Tho two headed eagle timentalists vainly sigh Th3 doctor as a device was first used by Constan is modest in his claims making no of and signifios a double fort to monopolize in the name ot tno tino the Great is a superstition vory empire There Â¬ medical profession credit for a better every ten years tho oaglo ment in which so many agencies play ancient that fiery region and plunges soars into a parts but he does claim and with thence into the sea where moulting reason that the intelligent physician acquires now life its feathers has had much to do with the result Sponger alludesit to this in his poom rates of the various and that death The Faerie Queen peoples of the globe bears a ratio very As eagle f rrsh out ot tho oeean wave nearly inverse to the number ol quali- Â¬ Where he hath lett his plumes all hoary gray Tho And decks himself wilh feather youthful say among theia fied physicians In the book of Psalms wo read highest death rate in Europe is that of Thy youth is renewed like tho Russia ranging from 20 per 1009 in The oagle is the supporter Courlana and 22 per 1000 in tho eagles Baltic province there being many of the lectern in churches becauso I 49 in that bird is the natural onomy of tho physicians in both districts placos where there aro but fow But serpent and it is also omblematic ol ono half of the children born in somo St John the Evangelist bocause liko parts of Russia reach the 7ih year the oagle he looked on tho sun of and of 1000 male children only from glory The idea has always bcon held that 480 to 490 reach tbo age of 2t years the eagle alone of all tho animal world and of those only 375 are able bodied Russia with all its teeming popula- Â¬ has oyos which can withstand tho full tion has only 15414 regular physi- Â¬ blaze of tho sun nt midday Milton in his great proso work of Areopa cians and one surgeon to every 100 000 population The United States gitlco alludes to this idea In tho fol- Â¬ Mothinksl having a doctor of medicine for overy lowing eloquent passage 600 population shows the lowest death soo in my mind a noblo nnd puissant rate in the world England following nation arousing herself like a btrong Tho average life expectancy in tho man after sleep and shaking her in- Â¬ United States is now 55 years in En vincible locks methinks I see her as land among the urban population it is an eagle viewing her mighty youth years and kindling her undazzledoyoa at tho 50 and among tho rural iots Tho terms golden plus Russians havo a life expectancy full midday beam of but 23 years approximately and eagle and spread oaglo are commemo- Â¬ rative of the Crusaderj they wore tho Chilians of the same while InKllobed in tho Soudan 23 years is a genera- Â¬ devices of the Emperors of tho East tion The average life in tho Rome of In the mythology of Scandinavia there tho Csssars was lo1 years nou it is 40 is w fable of a wonderful ash tree years Within 50 years the average in whioh drops honey In tho branches France has Increased from SB to 46 sit an eagle a squirrel and four stags years and in the days of Quam Eliza Â¬ At the root lies the serpent Nlthhoggr beth the English average was but 20 gnawing it while tho squirrel runs up years Dr Todd ascribes llo groat and down the tree trying to sow strife and progressive change for the better between the eagle and the serpent to advanced medical knowledse better Little Folks j I j I Tho Uacle In Myiholozy In Heraldry and in History a Street Ioet But a few moments rido from Lon- Â¬ don is the Kensington homo of Jean Ingelow whose poetry is so familiar to American readers Tho house is an old one of crenm colorod stone nnd one scarcely knows whether it has two or th ee stories Liberal grounds surround the house and even in winter show a gardenors care In summer the entire lawn is bordered and dotted with flowers for the poet is a pro-Â¬ During tho nounced horticulturist cold weather a spacious conservatory attached to the houso shelters tho and in this hothouse of flowers palms and buds sho is ofteu found by her friends reading or writing Flowers bloom too in almost overy room in the houso on tho cen- Â¬ ter table mantols and in tho bay win dows jean iingeiow s nomeis inai oi a poet with books on overy hand and alwavs In reach wherever you may chance to sit down The poot L now in middle life but her face shows not tho slightost traco of vears Her manner is most friend ly her conversation charming and sho has a most musical voice Sho enjoys a remarkably correct knowledge of Amorican literature tho titles of tho latest American books boing spoken by Her her with wondorful fluencv character is ominontly practical with- Â¬ All her out a touch of f ontimentulity literary writing is dono in tho fore- Â¬ noon hor pen Is nover put to paper by gaslight She composes slowly and her verses are often kopt by her for months at a time before they are al- Â¬ She lowed to go out for publication shuns society and the most severe part of tho winter is spent in the South of France Washington Press THE ENGLISH MAIDEN A Couple or Adrantafrei She roisosea Over the American Olrl Jr -- m m Two points of advantage the Engliah girl possesses over tho Amorican girl and these aro prcoisoly tho qualities that particularly appeal to men sho is moro romantic and moro submissive While as full of sentiment as tho ideal lovo lotters tied with blue ribbon sho still regards man as hor lord and mas tor Sho rarely dreams of disputing tho supremacy of husband fathor or evoa brother and hor prlvilogo and pleasure is to minister unto them Sho is so affectionate in her home circlo that tho average man ho3 only to be admitted thero to straight Â¬ in way fall head over heels lovo with a girl who worships her brother is forevor kissing hor fond fathor and disputes with hor sisters tho honor and tho delight of warming Evon when of tho paternal Slippers high station sho takes her turn in making tho tea and preparing the toast and superintending the breakfast gen- Â¬ erally a task whioh mamma relegates Tho English gin to her duughtors breathes this engaging air of domes- Â¬ ticity Man doesnt say How sho can waltz how well shj looks At tho opera how sue surpasses all of tho Another Chicago Trunk Mystery other girls in tbeootHUoaT No matter Boarder The Cldoago trunk mys to what advantage she mny appear In tery is dreadful isnt it evening dress under the soft radiance N Y Landlady There was a trunk of tho wax eandlea what tho most in Â¬ mystery In my boarding house when I veterate bachelor whispers to himself kept boarders in Chicago ten yoars is this By George what a wife sho ago Chicago is a great place for would make And what a home trunk mysteries Boston Herald Was it a manP Yos and be was arising journal Thoro is in the civilized world tin you ist and as nice a young man ascomo average of one deaf mute to evory 1500 over see One day he didnt of tho population in other words thore home to supper nnd that struck mo as are at least 1000000 of this afflicted boing a little peculiar although ho had class In tho United States there are 13000 in Great Britain 20000 in Ger Â¬ left his trunk in his room His mutilated body was found in many 25000 in France 30000 in Sweden 2000 in Norway L10J in tho trunk Horrible horrible Ko bricks were found In tho Denmark 2000 in Holland 2300 and trunk He owed me cloven dollars in Switzerland the country above all O rm on to them Uhlca for board others where deafness Is prevalent Texas Sittings 10000 go trunk mysteries llonora Jlestowed on Them br tho Uni- Â¬ versity of London Among thoso who wero recently pre- Â¬ sented to Lord Granville tho Chan celor of tho University of London on what is known as Presentation Day nt Burlington House were Mrs Mary Scharlieb who has recently recoived the M D degree from the London University and whoso career as her biography will show has boon a re-Â¬ markable one for a w Oman and Miss Worloy who won tho gold medal in classics and stood at tho head of tho M As of the year Wo subjoin some account of these two noteworthy Mary Louisa Worloy was ladies educated at tho North London Col- Â¬ legiate School for Girls and at Glrtoa Sho matricu College Cambridge latod at tho London University ia 1S83 being third on tho list and In 1886 she gaining an exhibition passed tho B A dogreo gaining hon- Â¬ ors in classics and in 1888 took hor classical tripos at Cambridge and tho M A dogree at London University gaining tho gold medaL Sho is twenty-four years of ago Mrs Mary Sohnrlleb sends tho fol- Â¬ lowing account of herself I was born in London in 1845 received a good general education married Will- Â¬ iam Mason Scharlieb barrister-at-laand wont with him to Madras in 1866 Early in 1871 1 commenced the study of medicino privately was admitted to tho Madras Modical College ia 1875 and received tho College Llconso In July 1878 I camo to London studied for tho degrees of Bachelor of Medi- Â¬ cino and Bacholor of Surgery M B B S and passod tho examination in Novcmbor nnd December 1882 I was awarded the University Scholarship nnd Gold Medal in Obstetric Medicine Honors in Medicine Foronsic Medi- Â¬ cine and Surgery I then went to Vienna to improve my knowledge of obstetrics and diseases of the ear and eye I returned to India in August 1S83 mado an oxcelcnt practice and succeeded chiefly through tho influ- Â¬ ence of the late Governors wife Lady Grant Duff in establishing the Royal Hospital for High Caste and Gosha Women in 1880 Early in 1887 I was competed by ill health to leave India forevor I began to practice in Lon- Â¬ don in 1887 and am doing woll In December 1888 I passed tho degree of M D of the London University Whilo in Madras I hold tho appointment of lecturer on obstetric medicino to tho women studonts of tho Madras Med- Â¬ ical College and of examiner to tho University of Madras in obstetrics diseases of womon and children ma- Â¬ I am teria mcdlca and thorapeutlcs now senior physician to out patients at the New Hospital Marylebono road lecturer on forensic medicino to tho London School of Medicine for Wom Â¬ on and Quoons lecturer on physiolo- Â¬ gy to tho National Association of Ixmdon Graphic Nurses w ISLAJELTTTT- AIR Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWARE MADE TO ORDER 0 g and Guttering Doni Roofin Q The BEST MATERIAL USED and none but GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED SCHOOLS OF PAINTERS Valuable Information for Students and Trovers of Art From Bolls Edition of Bredows Ta- Â¬ bles of Universal History the follow- Â¬ ing succinct description of the different schools of painting which have flour- Â¬ ished is taken It gives an amount of valuable information in as small acom- jiiiss as can elscwhcro bo found Flor- Â¬ entine School Stylo elevated and bold seeking rather to bo admired thnn to plcoso sometimes gigantic neglocts coloring and grace Roman School Carries invention and design to tho highest perfection by tho ana- Â¬ lytical itudy of tho antique and of nature heads of the most sublime beauty coloring and chiaro oscuro less perfect Venetian School Faithful Imitation of woll choson subjects of admir Â¬ nature excelent coloring and Bolog able effect Lombard born In ncso Schools Correggio not having founded Lombardy a permanent school but having been imitated by the painters of Bo- Â¬ logna these two schools aro conjoined Corrcgglos distinguished character- Â¬ istics aro a seducing and voluptuous though somewhat affected grace in the figures and attitudes and a magic Flemish or harmony in his coloring Belglc School This school excels In coloring and in the faithful imitation of nature but does not always exhibit sufficient nobleness of degn It pro- Â¬ duces eminent artists in every stylo that to which Teniers has affixed his name had its birth in this school tho Academy at Antwerp tho cradle of this school was founded in 1510 but there was a Society of Painters at Antwerp from the year 1442 Dutch School This school is especially dis- Â¬ tinguished by an eminent Intell Igenco of the chiaro oscuro exhibits gpod coloring and a faithful imitation of nature in the minutest details Tho stylo of precious finishing is carried to the highest pitch In this schooL German School This school having never had a common point of union bears no general and distinctive char- Â¬ acter it 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Jhe finest hand made goods in endless varieties uml at Â¬ tlViSB aalal WBB PricGs Lower Than Ever heard of in this or any other city in the Union and remember -- IS SELLING THE Reflections ot a Wise Man Stilts aro no bettor in a conversation than in a foot race Follv must hold its tonguo whilo wearing tho wig of wisdom It is tho foolish aim of tho atheist to scan infinitude with a microscope When poverty comes in at tho cot tago door trao lovo goes at it with an axe A voign of humor should bo mado visiblo without tho holp of a roductiou milL English Painters Netherlands Wc Will Not Be Undersold Formed in general on the masters of tho Flemish and Italian schools oxcel by any in the land The public genin portraits and landscapes aro un- Â¬ erally are invited to Inpect goods and Jt3 Kr French prices rivaled in water colors Yournbedieutserviuit E Schools Tho good painters of this school are formed on tho model of tho GEO HtfILLGING different Italian schools of which thoy Decorator in Paint and Paper bear tho several characteristics they 32 31 aro In general moro successful in com- Â¬ position and design than in coloring ami see Mm next door to It Is emancipated from tho degradaÂ¬ tion nnd affected stylo it assumed after Post nOivei tho death of Lo Brun by Vien and be- Â¬ 86 81 come tho most numerous and flourish- Â¬ ing school of alL Christian at Work Â¬ OELEBSATS33 klliSSflilli 7JhI TTomo Roe n Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW A Microscopic Writers Work l The reformer becomes a fanatic when ho begins to uso his emotions as a substitute for his reasoning faculty Many an object in life must bo at Â¬ tained by flank movements it is tho xlggag roadthat loads to tho mountain top All tbo paths of life lead to tho grave and the utmost wo can do Is to avoid the short cuts The ofllco should seek tho man but It should inspect him thoroughly beÂ¬ fore taking him Humility is most serviceable as an undergarment and should never be worn as an overcoat Tho G6od Samaritan helps the un- fortunato wayfarer without sisklng how ho intends to vote J A Macon in Century Bric-a-Brac champion micro- Â¬ scopic man of the world lives in Bol fast Waldo County Me Ills name is Klla Kitlredgc and although past 77 yoars ot age his hand is as steady and his sight as keen as ever lie wrote ono of Prosidont Clevelands messages to Congross about 15000 words on tho back of a postal card but lately ho has dono some fine scribbling which throws that performance in the shade Ho has written the Lords prayer eight times on tho space of a 5 ccat silver piece eighteen col umns of the Boston Post upon a postal card and is now engaged in tho work of putting 28305 words upon another postal card Tho work is so Ono that a powerful microscope has to be used In reading it but then every letter ap pears distinct and beautiful Mr Kittrcdge uses a common steel pen He has autoÂ¬ and wears spectacles graph lotters from several Presidents and othor distinguished men who havo received samples of his work Presi- Â¬ dent Garfield having sent him his photograph and a kind lettor which are highly prized by the old map Jjrjston Post Â¬ Â¬ It is said that tho -- KIlEMAuTES Having taken n IhnreiiRli rourve i Kindergarten urnier Miss Ad ims of Lexington I wiH apem PHST0NS NEW NEW CARRIAGES SURRIESr On Monday September 9 89 a school at m home A biraxe at NEW SULKIES Mv veldeles at awl wotl velilllaled room lie Itnllt especially for tin t1 For further fuaanaetiatii apilv 6- Tinrd S r j very iik latet iMr are nil new and of the patterns They are tn sale rbMwjiiiiittl - Mi8 LOULA BRON t ON 2i Tliidt FOB- - SALE BI i want a vi hlcle come and see me and ou wnnfKi home without one 5- JOHN DONELON Imnia IF ni SILL FHii HARRISON DMILLER leg IRWNE STREET Next Doer to Post OfSce We wish l mM privately 51 good tile itriMKi bind In Mad- i uu Fear it He and r Otter creek irtfce mite from nl c u rnt hou rrf UJ Furniture R epai ring AND NEW COTTAGE OF kitehftti UPHOLSTEBIfG- - other houses Crootl west at d an 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