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WMM Ji yifKBi ft rOb- 3 TaL f-ft ij3 k 4 - fefe 1 n Tfffi l Prmt Shows thyrouW OLUME ATTORNEYS - r 1 v 5- - k a Tn IK KENTUCKY RICHMOND OLD SHORTS PRANKS Hott a Famotu ailsslulppl Character Had Fan with a Ucntaclclan Old Short used to say that ha had met but ono man in his life who got the best of Mm and ho hugely enjoyed relating the story on himself after tho novelty of his experience had worn off According to his account of the affair a Kentucky horse trader arrived athia house one night with a drove of horses and by permission remained all night There were no white persons on tho place except Old Short and his wife Soon after supper the good lady retired to her own room leaving host and guest in possession of tho parlor for the evening It was not lonir until OM Shorts brain had evolved a scheme whereby a vast amount of amusoment could bo had at tho Kontucklans ex- Â¬ pense and proceeded to put it into ex Â¬ ecution He began by asking tho stranger if he was fond of music addÂ¬ ing that he had a nigger fiddler who could pull a powerful bow Certainly tho guest would bo delighted to Thl powder titvpr vnrioc A miirni partly xtrtHigtlt ami wliolesomeness More hear him and black Steve was sent eranomlral Hmn tlm ordinary kinds mid tMrjHoi be olil in competition with the mul Â¬ for Several good old tunes wore given titude of low test short weight nlum mid in oxcelent style and then Old Short pbospbnte powders Sold only In cans asked tho horso trader if ho could 1UYAI ilAJUNU Powdeu Co 106 Vall Street New uric dance 21 20 Too old for that now said Ken- Â¬ MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY ONE ON THE Tho XJeutanant TVa OCTOBER 30 1889 CONCERNING FARMERS NUMBER 20 Ejr MKNAM I GENERAL THEY Too WERE RELATED TTOX E rs- - A T LA i Bcsr ItummaV BftlMfog Filt 3- slLLIVA 77 K ETA T LA H KBNTSWliV j rret sum Mtfermoftare Ctorer for IXlm A General with plenty of time on his hands ono day stood at the win Â¬ dow to watch tho people passing in tho street While thus engaged he noticed ono of hla officers who was without a sword a grave misdemeanor Ill make him smart for this tho treneral exclaimed Ten minutes cross examination and a months ar- Â¬ a Little Bit NEWS PARAGRAPHS Dr J H Kellar Louisville Is dead Editor Felanil Imssuld the Anderson Two Woodfords TTho Hollered In Standing by the Pamllr rest pli LLL ATT lr KlXTUCKY S- - Sreet--- URGBRY IfcVTM w -- TM ilkls smitu SURGE OX - Tho Lieutenant meanwhile ap- Â¬ proached all unconscious of the im Â¬ pending storm When he was within earshot tho General called out Sir come up here I want to speak to you The officer looked up and perceived his superior ho rememborod that ho had loft his sword at home and knew what to expect Kentucky Office S- 1 r iint VoUtAN Mahi Street Absolutely Pure ivJIuikMWrj - DDS ri7U A KEXTUCKV S reef over MmHwb Nultonat 3- - t ld d ds sypfli th ug For run down debilitated nd nrnmirhxl jromen Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is the best or all restorative tonics It ia a potent Specific for ail those Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women a powerful ffen eral as well as uterine tonic and nervine it imparts vigor and strength to the whole system It promptlr cures weakness of stomach nausea Indigestion bloating weak back nervous pros-Â¬ tration debility and sleeplessness in cither sex J is carefully compounded by an experienced physician and adapted to womans delicate organixation Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in anr condition of the nvictem O I guess not said Short you are a mighty likely looking man and I have a great fancy to sco you wing a little Play us something lively Steve- tucky I I IANS J irs- 1 IiANTZ XDSURGEOX Kentucky -- - xt m Whites 1 sCtfiJiOX KsNTVCK ft YL0R on is the only medicine nAnruUIICUI I fonromen sold bv drumrists under a positive cnn antee of satisfaction In every case or price iCilUlliVU AUia KIUUU1KU uas uwa l printed on the botUe wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years For large illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women 060 pages with full directions for bomo trcatraentT send ten cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical AssociATioir 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y 20 21 WlDDIUTCn IcRi in Medii ine and Surgery Gioeery Kkntuxky Ifimer i M Dyke GORMLEY SIDDLfJ FOSTER WD SURG BOX Kekiocky IV M BIBilfiS Â¬ strrct nextrffior to I bxhiiV ire ai eur jhhir ana laies 1- - jKIILLtJUERTS sr V J XDSURGEOX T - - KENTUCKY ti j i V - 4 Tailors Irae Store one iv sforiier otfers hi pro 3- r to the iHiMte SL W C GOR3ILEY CO con tinne in their elejiant house corner of Main and Second Streets sented on refusal Pshaw Richmond Ky formerly occupied in a year that thing aint been loaded said Short bv J P Herndon as a drug store Thats right where youre mis- Â¬ taken said the guest I loaded it while you were out Get out and wing and Steve quickened his motion and thn stranger looked surprised but again demurred Going to a side board Old Short pulled out a drawer and taking from it a murderous looitlng pistol he again expressed an intense desire to see tho Kentuckian wing The latter reconciled himself to fate and proceed- Â¬ ed to execute such pedal j csponses to Steves music as his memory could re-Â¬ call He soon got tired but renewed requests from Old Short pistol in hand were always honored until at tho end of a couple of fiours tho host declared tho show at an end threw the pistol back in its drawer and stopped to tho porch for a drink of water Tho Kentuckians blood was up by this time so he went to the drawer and got the pistol He detect Â¬ ed in a minute that it was not loaded but saw ammunition in the drawer Hastily putting on a brand now per- Â¬ cussion cap it was an old fashioned pistol he waited Shorts return When Old Short came in the Kentucki- Â¬ an remaked that turn about was fair play and would Mr Short bo kind enough to favor him with a double shuffle or two Tho pistol was pre-Â¬ MADE TO ORDER of the best materials und by the best workmen KttNTUOKY Coeling Blankets Horse Boots Clonal rv teeU thapab J Toe Weights purs Stirrups x race vxmillb i uiiuiua iuuiiies s I LETCnERf CoHar Pads Collars Blind Brjdles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckf fUAXAVD SURGEON Kentucky les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brashes Scrapers Curry Combs Hiding nnd Driving Bits j lililiiigilaiH tHrt e Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hanie Strings and everything relse belonging to a complete Sad V AXD SURG EdX Kentucky dlery and Harness Shop A specialty of Rmhling jguru to en Mlri Street irt jl ZAsMim IV --- D Mis Harness tr AXD SURGEON Â¬ Â¬ 9S- 1 - - Gorruley made the Jiarness with Which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which imtapithsc Physician ni Surgeon KsNTuaKY UBeJ Vararalslki herself frouf 2- over his grave but his pranks and r I M Uiichts Hoars S9 tn 1 500 to 5000 peculiarities will be long remembered m j0p hi SpeetotaiteHTiiiKKf v giiu u women una nit adis- - AtL AYOEK WARRANTED St Louis Globe Democrat at N Piineiils s IIOLTOX Â¬ -- y amusof mlinimnrtCHl tlBSWM and flMld t Light Road Track Harness people dance My old bones ached as I tried to do tho feats of my youth but still the fiend was insatiable Give us something livelier ho would say to Steve and turning to me would Ve quest mo to limber up that he never had so much fun in his life He never let up on me until his horse was sad Â¬ dled and his drove ready to travel in the morning and then I was too tired to follow him That was a great night for a fact but it spoiled my taste for dancing Poor Old Short The pines of his native State are sighing long since at that man said Old Short years afterward and I never saw so much mischief In a mans face before I glanced at tho pistol and saw the cap and decided to humor him He made Steve play he made me wing until the sun shone in the win- Â¬ dows the next morning I thought I never saw a man so fond of seeing other old man I looked was no means of escape and ho had to face the difficulty as best he might The Generals face was beaming with delight He bad found an opportunity of enforcing discipline while smoking his weri The Lieutenant stepped into tat house and in passing through lb ante room ho espied the sword of an orderly hanging on tho walL The very thing he ex- Â¬ claimed and buckling on the sword ho assumed an air of innocence and opened the inner door saying You have done mo the honor to call me GeneraL Yes I wanted to ask you Bigre Why tho fellow has a sword tho uenerai muttered to himself as tho smile faded from his countenance Whatever was it I was going to ask you Ah I remember now about your family your father how is he If he couhl but know tho interest you take in him ho would feol liiirhlv flattered unfortunately ho died twenty years ago The General stared at his unwilling visitor in speechless amazemont Then there is nothing elso you have to say to me MafoL no tho General answered Only nover go out without your sword I should have been competed to placoyou under arrest if you had left it at home Paste Til take good care I dont See here and the young man coolly displayed the arm which was dangling from his waist Yes I see its all right my friend you may go The officer promptly availed himself f the permission Ho saluted tho Gen oral and on his way through the anteÂ¬ room hung the sword on its peg Ho then left the house The General had resumed his former post at the win dow The next minuto he called his wife I say look at that young officer who is walking away from the house I see him distinctly Is he wearing a sword No There you are mistaken He looks as if he isnt and has one all the time The wife made no remark She is in the habit of taking her husband at his word As for tho officer he was nover again seen in public without his saber Lo BappeL RESIGNATION IN Unfortunately there LIFE - II jiLopailnc moJteiwea sent to AS lreei 41 40 S JLNX1SOS - GIBSON Physicians and Surgesns Kentucky INSURANCE LIGHTNING uSB TORNADO and Seven Solendid Companies M - stn t ever Vake life vin nsr i T AUL1Z 1 The Curfew at Albany N Y There is a custom in Albany which has been maintained for two hundred years which I presume Isnt known in any other city of Its size in the Union The curfew tolls promptly and to tho half eighth of a second at nine each night Tho City Hall tower has a y A XD SURGB0N KkstuCkv U liin Street liama rg upiiUlre m Mccarty Gas t Si lNdrSi pngfield 3er11iKi11u Americaf 4- - - -- -- ard Stcua eclallv ittin A Connecticut Zviaganr Amazon i - r i1- - GriTyyiv-jxufauiuaTw kPt ItiillBtttSA 1iVh iinlMK ROOTv BOTTOM RATES WU Wliitrs Drug Sre Office at Farmers National Bank i tCall and seJus before placing U i iririe your insurance d Estate and General BUENAM HDME Collecting- Agency N B Milling property and se attention paid to the sate country stores a specialty 3e o Real Estate end to the - ot ai kindt of accounts 7 46 j 3g81 i-i r All i Philadelphia Massachusetts ivew xurK Hartford - New Tork - Cincinnati tii - - imuit 1 - APSEY fViccixs Block 1 BROWN Cikoinnati O 3ElXOELTas33SrX3 The Care of the Piano It is not generally known that it is injurious to stand a piano against tho 8 refer tn lilliliilmr cnnnmufnllv PHl in RichiiHitid Mavsvllle Mt I have purchased the property of the outer walls of the house neither v iticiieaier and OvviiigvJHe said Company and will keep on hand should it he left in a xery cold or damp room Nothing affects the instrument all of the bert varieties of so quickly as dampness and no piano will long stay in tune which is subject -- to dampness Close a piano as Boon a you are through practice It is injurious to leave it open especially so LOUISVILLE KY The yard is easy of access Persona when it stands before a window on debiring to haul their own coal wilt which the sun is shining brightly not Iieve to cross the railroad Allow the tuner to time the piano at 1p Largest and Finest Hotel in I respect fully request n lileral pat least twice a year as it is almost im- Â¬ roiiHce 0 the citiisens of both county possible to keep it at concert pitch if city and city it is not tuned as often as this N Y IS T S BRONSTON Tribune Aro3aitootsf deep sounding bell connected by electric wires with Dudley Observa- Â¬ tory and it strikes a stroke of one at nine oclock night and morning All private clocks and watches aro set by it and it is a curious revelation to tho theatrical companies that visit hero to see nearly every body in the audlenco pull out his or her watch at apparently a preconcerted moment and look at it Tho effect is very novel It nearly up Â¬ set John McCullough and Mary Ander- Â¬ son when they played hero together some years ago McCullough had just seen the air drawn dagger and ho thought the audience wore all going to ring the chestnut bell on him The effect is also Very funny in tho churches But the same bell also tolls the firo alarm and by numbers of strokes signals the district where the firo is It is customary on ibcse ocÂ¬ casions for the good pastors to re marki If any ono feels called by that warning there will bo no objection to his now withdrawing and there have been occasions whoa a number did so U Y Star The gray curtain of mist has spread itself again over the town every thing is dark and dulL The bells aro ring Â¬ ing in tho distance for some fostival with this exception every thing is calm and silent Except for the crack- Â¬ ling of the fire no noise disturbs my solitude in this modest home tho shelter of my thoughts and of my work where the man of middle age carries on the life of his student youth without the zest of youth and the pro- Â¬ fessor repeats day by day tho habit which he formed as a traveler What is it that makes that charm of this existence outwardly so barren and emptyP Liberty What does the ab Â¬ sence of comfort and of all that is wanting to these rooms matter to me These things aro indifferent to me I find under this roof light quiet shel Â¬ ter I am near to a sister and her children whom I love my mate- Â¬ rial life is assured that ought to bo enough for a bachelor Am I not besides a creature of habit more at- Â¬ tached to the ennuis I know than in love with pleasures unknown to me I am then free and not unhappy Then I am well off here and I should be un- Â¬ grateful to complain Nor do I It is only the heart which sighs and seeks for something more and better The heart is an insatiable glutton as wo all know and for the rest who is without yearnings It is our destiny here below Only some go through torments and troubles in order to satisfy themselves and all without success others foresee tho Inevitable result and by a timely resignation save themselves a barren and fruitless effort Since we can not be happy why give ourselves so much trouble It is best to limit ones self to what la strictly necessary to live austerely to content ones self with a little and to attach no value to any thing but peace of conscience and a eecso of duty done r Amiels Journal Larkins was billious feeble and sick And it seemed as if nothing could ever relieve her Her liver was clogged with impurities thick And her stomach was constantly burn- Â¬ ing with fever Of the great G M D she bought a supply And directions for taking pursued to the lettej I Twas the best thing on earth she could IT ss Reflections of a Man Who Has Panged the Sprlnc Timo of Lire rg XT HOOSE Â¬ possibly trr tes25oto4PerDay According to rooms wlui u m and Russian Baths in II1EMAHTEI 32 31 NETS WANTED Can riirt5 -- W- iT Fw iim a ui Tens lir re alioiit Kummticr xrxnt 1r8- - Jaf- - Pwenllns WlIInpMl twenty IbmaHd j luinciB uic jwr 10OK A Man of His Word Soaker Barkeeper I want a littlo old rye and I wish you would give it to me in The cleansing antiseptic and healing a china cup will you Barkeeper qualities of Dr Sages Catarrii Remedy Having taken a thorough course in Scuse me hut wot fer Soaker Kindergarten under MUs Adams of Only this morning I promised my are unequaled open Lexington I will wife that I would never touch a glass Colonel John Cowan of Stanford a whisky to On Monday September 9 89 of Julia yet my lips and I never lied brother of Mw Geo O Barnes Is at the to America resldenceof Mrs Veal on Fourth street a Hjhool at my home on Third Street Tho London Lancet recently con this city dangerously 111 Col Cowan A large and wli ventllated room will annen ine loiiowing advertiseraemt has been a great sufferer with cancer be built especially for this purpose Homo wanted for homicidal ladv in for years and is uow at tleatlia dt or Po r farther iufrmalioti apply to MlSS LOUIiA BRONBTDN house of medical man Address with that affliction Danville Advo 230 JS Third Btrtt 6 stating terms etc cate Â¬ - And soon very soon Miss Larkins was better The Q M D which she took was Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the great remedy for bronchial throat and lung diseases sick headache scrofula dyspepsia and all diseases tiiat have origin in impure blood and a disordered liver City of Mexico The Heraido a negro shot aud advocat Injured T Pearson Brock Bot in its editorial columns toms and Lucy Dunn at a cake walk ed the exclusion of cattle imported from the United States It says that iu Leesburg Ky it will be impossible for Mexican cattle Wm Little was sentenced to the pen Â¬ raisers to compete with Americans in itentiary Wednesday for a term ofiliree this market years for shooting a negroes toe oil Beatlyviile Enlerprise Alarge crowd was in attendance at IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY The N O fast mail telescoped the the sale of John S Gills personal prop ALL TO BE THE Bowling Green accommodation at No trty on Wednesday and everything lin Tuesday morning injuring twenty sold well Auctioneer W M Kerby reports that the sale amouutedto about person one of whom died 7500 We give a few of the principal While serving u warrant on Joseph items 35 shipping cattle 48 50 62 A Smith at Trenton Ky Chi Mar-j-h38 1 pair mules 369 4 W T Williams was shot and kill- biy mares 210 1 bay horse 135 other ed by Smith who made his escape cows for 18 to 26 calves and yearl Sir your kindness overpowers me A handsome granite mouumant has iugs 10 to 25 Lancaster Naws You belong to our branch of the famly been erected to the memory of John after alL I accept the coin to be re- Â¬ A peculiar feature in the mule colt turned to morrow not later Do not Clay iu the Lexington Cemetery De- Â¬ ceased was the last son of Henry Clay trade ia the difference made between a forget mo if you over find yourself horse and mare mule Several years floored Remember that a true Wood- Â¬ The Blue Grass Cordage Company Cloaks and Jaoksis to ago a mare mule brought about 5 Every ford never forgets another Woodford of Georgetown have purchased of Jas more than a horse mule of the same N Y Tribune W Craig his valuable property con Â¬ quality The difference has gotteu taining 26 acres of ground fronting on gradually larger till now we are told Description of a Good Cow Military Street for 10000 by au old dealer in stock that at least Prof Robertson says A good cow Another case of yellow fever has been 35 or 40 difference is made on ac- Â¬ is flat ribbed just back of tho shoul- Â¬ ders and has well sprung ribs further reported at Key West and quarantine count of sex in the same grade of back She has broad flat ribs and so restrictions have been resumed The mules That is a horse mule will bare- Â¬ far apart that ono can lay two fingers patient is E Ellinger who Is on his ly sell at S50 to 65 when had it been a letween them mare buyers would beg for it at 85 to Her skin should be way to New York from Havana oose and fiappy over the flank and 100 Audereou News The Government has just given a her umbilical development should bo -HAS A BIG LINE OF- John E Madden aud Leonard Bros firm and strong with tho veins of the contract for 100000 pounds of copper blanks and 50000 pounds of nicUel of the Elsraeade stock farm purchased belly very prominent She should bo broad between the eyes should have a blank This amount will make 10000 jointly of Judson H Clark of the short and slightly disked face and 000 pennies aud 3500000 nickels Genesee stock farm Eimira N Y the bright and prominent eyes Besides 229 Gov Warren of Wyoming says that highly bred stallion Macey tho poll or forehead should be long be-Â¬ the population of that Territory is be- Â¬ dam Belle Clay by Kentucky Clay tween the horns and tho eye tho neck dam of I hut good race mare Amy should be clean and thin tho back- Â¬ tween 95000 and 105000 agtInst 911S King 222 second dam Bel tie Brown bone strong the pelvic arch high tho in 1870 Tho people are anxious for by Marabriuo Chief Macey is the admission to the Union of States hams thin to give ample room for a for which it has no room and they must go sire of Lucy Macey 2261 He is a largtf udder and tho tall should bo The Ordnance Bureau ot the War handsome bay sixteen bands high and longsllmorflat Shehould have along Department has invited proposals for udder extending weil back and in front the erection of officers quarters bar- Â¬ nine years old He will stand at EIs meade farm near this city The price one that will be soft and flabby when racks etc at Columbia Teutt The paid was 25000 milked out and should have a three- Â¬ fold wedge shaped form the general total cost of tile work i to be 200000 tendency of weight being toward the But a little over a quarter of the Gov- Â¬ The Commissioner of Agriculture Taking the udder indicating power to produce ernment liseal year has passed yet in sajB of the corn crop Assessors returns as a basis the total milk Dairy World that time over half of the appropriation ucreage of this crop for 1888 was 2202 for meeting expenses of witnesses in 819 and the total yield was 51505546 Brittleness of the Hoot Federal courts 900000 has been ex- Â¬ bushels In 1889 according to our re- Â¬ A hard hoof is desirable rather than pended gular correspondents the acreage has otherwise as the foot will not wear so Rev J M Bruce of Glasgow who increased 11 per cent over 18S8 and THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS much when the horse goes unshod In was iojured tn the L N wreck was the increase in condition as expressed WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE the summer but it tends to becomo on his way to Danville to perform the iu bunheis is 3 per cent These data brittle and break away under the strain ELSE NEED APPLY ceremony of his niece Miss would make the total acreage in 1SS9 of the shoe nails If the hoof is brit- Â¬ marriage Eflle Bruce who married Mr Abe 2545109 an Increase of 25229 acres tle in this way it is an advantage rath- Â¬ over 1888 and the total yield in bush- Â¬ er than otherwise as the injury by Drake of Lexington breaking can easily be prevented by Hon Asher G Cartith is at the Bar els would be 59267362 or a total in- Â¬ keeping the hoofs dressed with a mixt- Â¬ thuldi Hotel in New York having ar Â¬ crease in the State over 88 of 7761 ure of vaseline and glycerine If the rived on the Umbria with Mrs Caruth 716 bushels hoof however crumbles at tho sole on Monday Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in install- Â¬ They will Btart from New Some 35000 acrea of land have ments of 150 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G White Secre- Â¬ and around the walls into soft powder York tliis evening and be hme to- Â¬ been planted hiforghiim cane L Corporation who will receipt for the money this Indicates disease of the horn in- Â¬ in Kan tary of the Richmond B Courier Journal 23rd f sas and the entire chemical corps of No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration Â¬ duced by an inflamed condition of the morrow 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the purlnteriorof the foot and often follows Gov Buckner has issued a condition- Â¬ the Agricultural Department twenty- - chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay fer an attack of founder lamlnitls or al pardon to Liuville Combs the six expert chemists are there to make a good lot at a small price on easy terms without interest and free ot city tax fever of tho feet This should bo convict sent from Breathitt teats on the product A few days Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of th se lots and pay for it treated by the uso of a cooling lax- Â¬ county tlie condition being that lie is ago Secretary Rusk received advices without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be worth ative as a pound of epsom salts and kept nt the Louisville Reformatory till from them that the cane had yielded much more than It is uow selling at- - The city Is rapidlv extending in that di- Â¬ For further Information call bran mashes for food for a time tho he is 21 He billed a baby for a new fplendid results some of it sbowiug rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdaie ou W G White E W Wiaaius or Stephen D Pabkish Richmoud Ky feet should be poulticed with linseed pair of boots 16 per cent of saccharine 48- matter meal until all heat about them is re- Â¬ moved and then dressed daily with II G Gregg who has- served a pri whereas 12 per cent is sufficient to tho vaseline and glycerine mixture vate secretary lo Gen Sheridan as a enable the profitable production of This condition of the feet is frequently Department clerk at Washington and sugar The Secretary was higlily elat- Â¬ produced by the horse standing in soft later its a newspaper man at Omaha ed over this report aud believes that manure which rots the horns and Neb has been sentenced nt Knnsas the Agricultural Departments expercauses the brittleness complained of City to live years imprisonment for iments will revolutionize the sugar N Y Times trade of the country if the results keep ling stealing up as they have begun The- - Sentinel congratulates- - Mr Co- Â¬ S2CS p MqIKIp Physicians Confess For some years the price of Short Â¬ All honest conscientious physicians who zing the senior editor of the News- - on give 15 B 13 IlKtauic Blood Balm n Irlai frankly admit Its superiority over ALT othec his happy meeting with life brother horn cattle lias steadily declined aud blood medicines week They had been separated Hually reached a point where they Dr WJ Adalrof Itoclynart Gtu writes 1 regard B it IS as one of the best blood twenty five years and neither knew of hardly paid for the trouble and expense medicines of raising them In view of the ex Dr A II Roscoe Nashville Tennn writes the others whereabouts or indeed if All reports of B It B are favorable and its he were living until their joyfnl re- Â¬ ceedingly low prices this class of stock speedy action is truly wonderful Qa union here It was an event in the was bringing Messrs J W Pre wit t Dr J W Rhodes CrawfordsvlIIe writes I confess B B Bis the best and lifeif each to overshadow almost all and D Goiriast Christmas determ- Â¬ quickest medicine lor rheumatism I have ever tried other incidents in their careers aud a ined to send a draft from their fine Dr 8 J Farmer CrawfordsvlIIe Co- writes I cheerfully recommend B B JJ true cause for joy Shelby ville Senti- Â¬ herds to the Pacific slope aa an experi- Â¬ asa nne tonic alterative its use cured an nel ment Tho sale of these cattle was excrescence of the neck after other remedies effected no perceptible Rood held last week and the prices realized Dr U B Montgomery Jacksonville Ala- IVe are willing to bear personal do not justify the repetition wrltcs aiy mother Insisted on my getting of the ex- Â¬ B B Bfor her rheumatism as her case testimony to the efficacy and value of periment One hundred and ten were stobbouly resisted the usual remedies Htie Hoods Sarsaparllla which we have sold at an avreage price of 105 Col experienced immediate relief and her im provement has been truly wonderfnl prominent physician who wishes his been advertising some years in our Bob Edmonson was the auctioneer A name not cl ven says A patient of mine paper having used it for blood ImpurWinchester Democrat whose case of tertiary syphilis was surely ktllltiiblmand which ncrtrcatment se tri ities with great success It is a prepa- Â¬ ed to check was entirely cured with about ration of standard merit made of per Falrlawn the elegant home of the iweive Domes 01 u u v lie was fairly made up of fckla and bones and terrible fectly pure ingredients and thoroughly late Gen WT Wilbersrnear Lexing Â¬ uicers iS Zi effective in clensing and purifying ton was sold privately Friday to Mr The appointment of Col Nicholas the system Foreruptions boIl3 eje Smith A McCann of Lexington for Smith the handsomest man in Amer- Â¬ it can be relied upon every time Our the princely Bum of 105000 Tho farm g5SSSniiiiltiBl rJSBEgMB -ica and of Horace Greeley own experience with It has been most contains 144 acres aud was the home l to be Consul to Three Rivers Canada gratifying and we are glad to give of the stallions Almont and Happy was a genuine surprise Tbl3 will set it this endorsement Alhol Mass Medium and uow has on it the great Aberdeen Noble Medium Col Smith on his legs ngnln and mauy Transcript 17 21 Alecto Maxim us aud others There are now of his old friends will rejoice hi tils Tho farm of Mr J P Davenport at 240 fine horses on the place which will latest luck The position pays 1500 iKfncaid Statiou on the Southern Rail be sold iu October and It is confident- Â¬ per year road five miles from Georgetown con Â¬ ly expected that they will bring about Three that gained re taining 85 acrea was sold publicly on 250000 There la an elegant reaidence uown fighting for the United States Wednesday last Mr Buford Hall was on the farm and the stables are splen Â¬ during the rebellion have Leen con Â¬ the purchaser at S6825per rcre milch didly built with all- of the latest im If tou do not pay yonr Citv tax before verted into Ice barge3 ami are now do j cows sold at 530 to 40 yearling helfera provements X am prepared to do a Mr MeCaRu ia the own kimln nf theSrst day of November 1889 1 w fre Ing doty on the Hudson river The 13T0 350 per cwt er of the great stallieas Bed Wilkes Carpenters work in first rUsa si via compelled by kw to collect a pesalty oC ships are the Sasachs the Pontiac and corn 115 per shock rye 45 cents per Pilot Pafchen Sloegrss Wilkes ad Also estimates furnished on shott tea per cent addkJowil Cattaadpsy TOO L BAX1 I noUce ETYLEB BAXTER the M M Eoperts hafibelTImes other good oaee 3 City CoUccte 1J 3Q Â¬ Good evening sir said a man with white porcelain buttons on his coat as ho politely removed a black straw hat with both hands Ho was coming down the front steps of a Madison avenuo house and had encountered the owner going up I have just been readln your door plate Door plates of the best famlios are tho only Utra toor I peruse now I do not care for grocery signs and bill boards The one sir is mediacre while I find tho other bombastic an stilted My fa Â¬ vorite reading is the engraved door plates of our first citizens Disjointed nnd fragmentary sir but satisfactory to one of cultivated tastes Yes answered the gentleman sus- Â¬ piciously Your name I learn went on tho student of door plate literature is Woodford My own humble name is also Woodford There are many Wood fords sir it is hardly likely sir that wo are any relation I should be Inclined to think not said tho other as ho sniffed tho air still more suspiciously and went up two steps higher Probly no near relation at least sir My own famly is of English de- Â¬ scent my grandfather was a Kentish man sin Very likely your branch might be Irish or mobby Welsh You aint got the Kentish noso sir Evidently not if you have What is your ohject in detaining me Simply this sir Your namo is Woodford my own humble cognermen is also Woodford Wo may be no re-Â¬ lation but I take an Interest in any body bcarin my name You are in Wall street an to day you aro making money with Doth hands to morrer you may be flat on your back If you ever get down remember you have a friend in Morgan Woodford who will assist you to tho extent his humble ca- Â¬ pacity for tb s name you bear If you ever need help remember that a letter sent to M Woodford Esq Mulberry Court Bayard street will reach mo Should I be temporally on the er should I bo absentfriends will forward tho communication Good evening Mr Woodford Ono moment said tho Madison avenue Woodford I trust you would not bo insulted should I offer you tho temporary loan of fifty cents and ho advanced a half dollar toward tho News to Mr Boswell Estill Eagle Georgetown is now discussing the The total acreage sown iu wheat In electric fire alarm system Dakota in 1S89 was 4669717 the Proprietor Soc Owens of the Cum- Â¬ yield was 44009092 bushels berland Falls Hotel Is dead R L Salter lias bought of different The natural gsis well empany at parties ihirteeu good cotton mules 15 hands high at 112 Laucaster News J unci inn City has gone to pieces Complaints have been made against Archie Hamilton died in Fayette certain cotton planters in Texas for Im- Â¬ after a confinement of seven years to porting Mexican labor to harvest their liix lied crops Miss Mattie May Edwards and Mr Tho frmnll boy now yearueth for the W E Bailiuger were married in Bour- Â¬ time to gather walnuts not that he bon lust week wants the nuts but he loves to gee his Miss Bessie Engiemnn aud Mr hands full of status Paris News Boweu Glvens of Lincoln comity will The seini uunual sales of shorthorns be married to diy by the Association iu Lexington The fines in the Police Court fur the realized small prices The first mouth of September nuiouuted to day 28 heaa sold for 4850 an average 27015 Georgetown Times of173 Mr C B Mitchell of Bourbon and In Boyle county suckling mules50 Mifs Luvinia Vunardaie of Mercer to 75 hogs3 60 12001b cattle 313 were married last week 90O lb yearling 25 per head mules 130 to 150 1200 lb steers 3 cents W Davh Irvine died at Danville last week He was a member of the 1500 lb cattle 3 cents senior class of Center College The Government of Chill has enact- Â¬ Mrs H P Ransom nnd daughters ed a law abolishing import duties on Marie and Mndelle Goodioe of Lex machines aud tools for the use of agri- Â¬ ington have removed to Louisville culture mining trades and industries on rails and railway cars Snow storms were reported In New aud The Farmers Alliance of Georgia York Pennsylvania Maryland and aud Alabama claims that the jute com- Â¬ other StniM in the East Wednesday One third of the eight hundred in bine lias been renewed on a larger scale habitants of the village of Woodville than ever and has culled a meeting to steps agaitist the success of the O are victims of typhoid tever nnd take trust David Adams sold last week to Dayid Cliemiult ten mule colts at 05 PR HC j NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE NEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS GO Are had to snit the Queens taste But a Queens pocket book Is not nec- Â¬ essary to buy them t I i n h Vr O THE PALACE -- l1 -- i a zti CtJ QUOTES PRICES THAT- - diptlieria Adam Grave pq d Cant Be Considered High al o LOWEST POSSIBLE pq U Task CO THE PALACE BOOTS s o pq AID SHOES Ii -- V I HITS AT YOUR OWN PRGE RODE SD ALE wentj Six Lots f h 50x250 Feel i Â¬ CI gJ3 lat a Â¬ son-in-la- E O O TO -- He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them men-of-w- ar - Carpenters Work POPES Ciiy Tax Moilcs Â¬ ds Jei iMlf pw ess i Jt S- - Y i THE GLIMAX r fast horses grow The Arab and his steed immorFRKNCH TIPTON - - Editor- - talized in vene as endowed with Damonian and Pythian attributes rroU6HBt EVERY WEDKESBAY BT find a counter part on every green he Climax Printing Go field of Kentucky Wm G White Cha SPowell Â¬ fine roads run and in which these made the following nominations all of tian as it them being elected by the convention President C L Loos Lexington Ky Vice Presidents J Z Tiler Russell Errett C V Talbott C J Tanner and R T Matthew Recording Secretary J II Hardin Cincinnati Treasurer W S Dickinson Cincinnati Corres responding Secretary A McLean Pres Â¬ ident of Bethany CoHegC W Va At the conclusion of the addresses an appeal w a made for donations to home missionary work which was met with most gratifying results In a comparatively short time fig 593 25 was secured in pledges and cash which exceeded the donations of the evening previous which was thought to be unus- Â¬ ually large The largest individual sub Â¬ scription was that of Judge Thomas F Hargis of Louisville which was 3ooo Howet cr 7500 of this sum is to be used in building churches in the mountain districts of Southeastern Kentucky and the remaining 500 to go to the general mis sionary fund of the society The second largest donation was 3500 by Mr and Mrs T W Phillips of New Castle Pa The Frankfort Ky Christian church 1000 Fourth and Walnut street Chris tian church Louisville 500 Broadway Christian church Lexington Ky 500 Paris Ky Christian church 500 The total subscription for Kentucky churches alone amounted f lSoo The total amount of pledges and cash donations to all the missionary societies during the conven exclusive of the tion aggregated 3504 7500 subscription from Judge Hargis which was reserved for a special purpose Â¬ Â¬ f PRICE PKIt WEDNESDAY YEAR OCT 30 150 1S89 A DUAUIITER OF COXFKDERATE RAL SEMMES ADMI Â¬ The lion Amos J Cummings who u to succeed Sunset Cox in Congreee is a wall fcnown newspaper man and was with Walker m Kicaraasda Â¬ LeawviMe is fortunate in the poJoeasioH for a season of Theodore Thomas Oemedian Orane Oliver Dowd Byron and other celebri eties A schooner was capsized two mitae at sea off Gape Henry in the storm of Wednesday night and the Captain by aid of a cork National Gathering of Christian jacket swam aeltore Happening the other day 10 be down tofcee a European steamer land her passengers kijs the New York Btar man I saw comlnc ashore a lady with a slight girlish figure n pale thought ful spirited face and a brisk step I recognized her as tue widowed daugh- Â¬ ter of the late ChjiI Smiine of the Alabama who was after hid defeat in the fight with the Kearsarge made an admiral in the Confederate navy The daughter is now the Principal of a large sohool in Mobile where iter brother Olive Br mines an artillery officer under Geu Dick Taylor U n Judge of otie of the courts Tiie old Admirals Children are all tremendous workers Church is unwise To discuss the moral and spiritual factors which enter into social and industrial questions is part of Referthe exalted office of the church ring to false doctrines preached in the church the letter repudiates peculiar doctrinal views presented by individuals as emanating from the entire body The church should not be made responsible for unreasonable speculation both in the Holy Committee and other branches of the ritual The letter closes with a pas sionate exhortation for the unity and loy Â¬ alty of the people to the church Â¬ CONCERNING lot of mare mules sold FARMERS tpmb kt rt ffWni In Harrison county an extra good at 0 to fl0 mare mules colls feeding cattle 3 FURNISHING GOODS Till DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE AESTHETIC OUR ODD PANTS WE HAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE GOODs AND In Bcoit county sold at 595 13001b cents NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mr p B Hill has sold the Beatty ville Enterprise to Mr C C Breed Iu Lincoln county a lot offal butch- Â¬ er cattle sold at 3J cents a loUof cattle at 1 cents one lot of 1400 lb cattle ot 3J cents and another lot tame weight at 2 to 3 cents n lot of 1500 lb cattle at 3 cents Lancaster Courts Z E Bush auc Â¬ tioneer reports 100 cattle 011 the market Seveuty tJve Fold from lto2J Eight or ten broke mules cold from Â¬ J We COULD AK FOR ia Em ita tat Tip IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY jiND PRICE ill brttallm Fob i I Can Fit k krgsst or tk kllest- Uu - sMafa ku REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU HEED AN ODD PAIR Representatives Â¬ The annual meeting of the Missionary The Lexington Kaeing Associa tion has decided to expend 0000 Societies of the Christian church com en in improvements before the next ed m annual session at LohwijHc lat season The weather last week Tuesday and continued until Friday PreWent B C Hagerman and wife was had hot the attendance was of Madieon Female Institute Rev C 1 good and some of the events were Williamson and Eider I W Pratlicr hotly contested were present The societies represented ere Saaday was a day of fires 1 Board of The Selma Alabama lost 200000 Missions Christian II Womans of Indian Â¬ Mr P Jameson embracing an en ire square De- apolis Ind President Headquarters of catur Alabama sustained a loss Society Indianapolis Missions in West Â¬ of 25009 Hantinston W Va ern Stale and TerriteriesJamaicaJapan 20000 and a steamer at the India China New Orleans wharf 10000 worth 2 Foreign Christian Mifstonary Socie- Â¬ of cotton A number of othor ty Charles Louis Loos of Lexington place suffered seriously Cincin Ky President Headquarter nati O Missions m Turkey Japan THE TENNESSEE STYLE China Holland and England 3 General Christian Missionary Con- Â¬ Ilaneoek county Tennessee has vention K S Hajncf Peoria 1H Pres Â¬ long been noted for bloody feuds ident Headquarters Cincinnati O and not a man has ever been hung Missions in Western and Southern States within its borders But a great and Territories Â¬ RELIGIOUS Georgetown is to have a new Catholic Church Elder J W Harding is to have a new church at Winchester At last accounts Elder R R Noel had more than 30 additions at Brodhead The Womans National Board of Mis Â¬ sions convened in Louisville last week and the reports read showed that the work at home and abroad are progressing with entire sitlsfaction clutnge k about to take place A year ago a man named Sutton was TUESDAY SESSION Tuesday was occupied by the Christian waylaid and killed Five mem Â¬ Womans Board of Missions The report bers of the Bernard family were of the Secretary Mrs S E Shortridge arrested on suspicion tried found showed 36275 raised by the members of guilty and sentenced to death the society during the ear and efficient The cases were appealed but the work done by the missionaries in their Supreme Court of that State has seieral fields The attendants ot dele Â¬ affirmed the decision of the lower gates was larger than ever before and court and the five men are to be the hotoitalkv of Protestant churches without regard to name was extended to hung on the 23d of November At the same term of tlte lower all court at which tle five criminals Tuesday evening was given up to de were sentenced another man was votional exercises and brief addresses found guilty of murder and also from representative workers in the mis Â¬ sionary cause A paper on Prayer and sentenced to death What a glorious record that Minions was read by Miss Mattie court has made A similar one by Pounds of Fredericktown O Thk was the court of Iiarlan county in this followed by earnest talks on the subject Stale would be an ttntohl blessing of missions by Revs Cory Morgan of Marian is tlte bloodiest county in Wabash Ind and W F Richardson of Rapids Kentucky ami its career since the Grand recently aMich Rev J W Jen kins missionary to Jamaica recent term of court liekl hi the told how tlte work was progressing aid of soldiers has broken its for- Â¬ in that far off island He appeal to the mer record We hear that a law Board of Missions to redeem a pledge and order party has taken the mat Â¬ 1 made three years ago to give 5000 to ter in hand and killed off several the missionaries wkh which to build tough parties That is the only cfcttrch houses there 1300 of which et way to redeem the cownty remaieed unpaid Several members set to work among the congregation and in THE XAYASSA PRISONERS a short time had secured pledges for much more than that amount Â¬ Â¬ The U S Man of war Galena has landed at Baltimore with tiie six ringleaders of the Navassa riot and they have been placed in jail The brigs Romance and Alice with 130 of the miners are hourly expected The Galena brought also two One of them states witnesses that Dr Smith tlte acting Super mendent fired the first shot w uanding one Phillips and that lii act brought on the riot It w ill be remembered that the miner Davenport stated that officer Jones fired the first shot wounding Phillips Also that the preacher Ilensen stated that the miners as sembled and demanded a hearing from Dr Smith and that immediately the officers fired indiscriminately into the miners wounding four men We observe that no two of the miners even the friendly onos tell the same story while the officers are unanimous in the statement that mining boss Roby was as saulted at the works and left for dead and tliat officer Jones was knocked down and an attempt made on his life when lie went to arrest tlte man whe assdulted Roby and that lite miners were the aggressors a every point The Government will no doubt prove that to be the state of case when tlte matter comes before the court Â¬ Â¬ session Wednesday morning the fourteenth annual convention of the Foreign Chris- Â¬ tian Missionary Society was called to order by President Charles L Loos in the audience room of the First Christian church The meeting was opened by song service folio ved by Rev J S Shouse of Lexington Ky who read an appropriate selection from the Scriptures Rev W T Moore of London England formerly of Madison county then offered prayer Mr L HJameson of Indianap- Â¬ olis delighted live audience by singing a beautiful song Rev D P Henderson of Canton Mo next led in a short prayer In introduc- Â¬ ing Mr Henderson President Loos paid a glowing tribute to the life work of the old preacher speaking in particular of his services as the first pastor of the Fourth Â¬ street Christian church o Louisville In fact he was the prime mover in the initial effort to build the church and to him more than any one other person is due the magnificent church edifice that stands on the corner of Fourth and Wal- Â¬ nut streets The President appointed the Standing Committee Tiie annual report of the Board of Managers was read by AJdcLean the Corresponding Secretary This report dealt w ith an aocouat of the progress of missionary work in foreign lands where the society has missionaries It also reviewed the field for future work and pointed out the most needful things to be done Treasurer W S Dickinson read his TUB CBXTBXSIAL OF KENTUCKY report showing the financial condition of the Secretary A summary of his report ItACINU shows the receipts from all sources for Last Friday was the centennial the past year to be 56iS6628 and the of horse raeing in Kentucky and disbursements J604aS87 730 oclock Rev H O Breedonor the day was noted at Lexington AtMoines Iowa delivered the annual where the races were in progress Des address of the Foreign Society to a large- The centennial finds the interest session subscrip in racing greater than ever before audience During the the Society were tions for4he support of More people are engaged in profor and wasjonc of the ducing race horses and in racing canedgenerous Ihe result ever made at a responses most them than at any time in the his- religious gathering in Louisiillc the tory of the turf more money is books of the Secretary showing receipts invested in that line there are to the extent of 14 270 when an ad Â¬ more race horses and faster ones journment was had The 1st was headed and every reason exists that racing By the subscription of the students of wiU continue to grow in importÂ¬ Drake University of Des Moines amount Â¬ ance and popularity ing to 3300 1 was given on condition The race lonse is regarded more that IfcvMsed in support of a lady mis Â¬ and more not only as an animal sionary to be seat to Japan from Drake of pleasure but of profit Since Umversitjvandion these condition was thr decadence ot tiie cattle ami accepted Rev T I Phillips of New wiu it interests in Kentucky alfuctSfEa8rcscned lm check for 2500 and Jhe remainder of the total contribu 3 are turning to the fast horse as the fittest occupant of Our broad tions was mime up of life directorships at 500 each and Kfe memberships at 100 and textile fields A number of stnall donations were also The race track is a child of ovo Â¬ luiion From a temporary and made and the entire country was repre sented something comingirom- - every sequestered spot where only a cer Â¬ of men congregated un State in the Union -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Dr W E Hatcher of Richmond Va is conducting revival meetings in the First Baptist Church preaching every af A man who figured before the people ternoon at 3 oclock and at night at 7 Eicnbody imited Lexington of this part of the citato a number of oclock yean ago and achieved quite a reputa- Â¬ Gazette tion for daring c was in town on Rev S P Chandler of Breathitt coun- Â¬ Thursday last The person referred to ty is S3 years old the 20th of December Is A Bridgewater of Moreland where next He is one of the first Methodist he nnw pursues the evetiing of his de- Â¬ preachers that ever preached in this part clining years in quiet mercantile pur-Â¬ of the State and is one of the best men suits Mr Bridgewater will pull down living Campton Observer the beam of 220 A book concerning In the rewsion of the Liturgy the Prot- Â¬ this man would read like a novel He estant Episcopal Convention passed an seems to be holding his own very well amendment to the form of marriage cer- Â¬ considering the quantity of lead which emony The clause as adopted which is at various times he carried Danville intended to cover the question of divorce Advocate reads And live together in holy love Iu the autumn of 1789 two brothers unto their lifes end James and Samuel McElroy with their In the absence of the pastor who is aid- wives and little one came to visit ing in a protracted meeting at North Fork their brother Hugh McElroy he hav- Â¬ Ky Rev John W Loving pastor of the ing the year previous settled where church at North Fork will fill the pulpit Springfield now k they had come all of the Baptist Church in this place Sun- the way from Campbell county Va day morning and evening next Mr Lov- Â¬ by the way of Cumberland Gap nud ing is a natiie of Virginia a graduate of made this visit before going to their Richmond Va College and the South- Â¬ uew home beyond where Lebanou now ern Baptist Theological Seminary tands The three brothers Hugh Rey A P Cobb of Missouri who James and Samuel had married sis Of held a series of meetings here two years ters Esther Mary and Margaret Ir- Â¬ ago the Stanford Journal says The vine Their brother John who follow Â¬ meeting at the Christian Church closed ed them to Kentucky died after a few Sunday night the visible results being 10 years unmarried On the lGthnf Ocadditions The invisible results cannot be tober one hundred years later the de- Â¬ The evangelist Rev A scendants ot Hugh McElroy went over overestimated P Cobb has labored with an earnestness to join those of James aud Samuel iu that has impressed all who heard him and the celebration of the day that marked it is safe to say no more instructive series the coming of their fathers Several hundred kindred and friends met to Â¬ of sermons has ever been delivered here gether on the farm near where the Elder Enos Campbell who with his brothers hail their first cabin home to wife was visiting Versailles is an own join in making the day what it was to cousin of Alexander Campbell his father all one long to be remembered Archibald being a brother of Thomas Springfield News the father of Alexander Mr Campbell isnow 74 years of age but looks younger TWO FIRST LIENS KACII PRI0K TO GIVEN ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS He has until recently been in charge of BY THE II N I 6 B the Christian church at Walnut Hills RAILttOAU Cincinnati Having married a sister of D M Ball of tliis county he located Said Company agrees that Seu C here about 1S44 and conducted a Female it will furnish sufficient cars to trans- Â¬ Seminary for a year or two in tiie house Â¬ Ver Â¬ port coal to any of its dejxits in Madi now owned by the Misses Lillard son county from any point on its Hue sailles Sun or extension thereof at not exceeding The anniversary of the Womans De- Â¬ three cents per bushel of seventy six partment of the Church Extension Socie- pounds and that il will furnish suffi- Â¬ ty of the Kentucky Conference Metho- Â¬ cient cars to transport lumber Iron and dist church will be held next week in stone from any point on its Hues or ex Â¬ this city The opening exercises will be tension thereof to any of its Stations iu at the Walnut Street Methodist church Madison comity at not exceeding four on Tuesday evening the 29th at 7 r M 4 cents per hundred pounds and slack with an address of welcome by the pas- Â¬ coal at not exceeding 10 per car of tor and other exercises Miss Sue A 35000 pounds and further agrees that Bennett of Richmond Ky will be pres- Â¬ there shall be no discrimination against ent as the Conference Secretary and will freights destined to or originating at represent the various interest of the socie any of its Stations in Madison county ity Qijite a number of women delegates and if it shall violate any part of this wlH be present from auxiliary societies agreement the person injured thereby from different parts of the State On shall have a right of action against the Wednesday night an address will be Company therefor any judgmeut 60 by Rev Dr Morton delivered of obUined shall be a lien prior to any en Louisville General Secretary of the cumbrance that may lie hereafter Church Extension Society Dr Morton placed upon the road and this Com Â¬ is an able and forcble speaker and has pany further agrees that they will not charge of the entire work throughont the employ couvicl labor iu building said south and west His address will be road through Madison county one 01 interest to ail wno near ntra April 5th 1SSS Danville Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Lutle Duke of Danville was married at lndepeuileuee Mo to Mr crowd but a very dull Court day Yalter Gate Winchester Court J A Ramsey The Hustler nays all kinds of busi- Â¬ auctioneer reports about 1000 cattle on ness are increasing In the towu of Jack- Â¬ the market The following public son Breathitt comity sales were made Firteen good 1250 Miss Mattie Lapsley of Mercer coun- Â¬ lb steers 325 per cwt 50 good 1200 ty and Mr Ed Patton of Virginia lb steers S300 per cwt 28 fair feeders 1050 lb 2 85 per cut 23 fair feeders were married last week 1100 lb 290 per cwl IU fair feeders South American millionaires arc cut- Â¬ 1100 lb i93 per cwt 36 good year- Â¬ ting a wide swath iu London Colonel lings at 3 00 per cwt 25 common North the Nitrate King has a rival in yearlings at 250 per cwl 15 good Mr Sanford who mado a vast fortune calves at 1300 per head Other sales iu Buenos Ay rex Ban ford has pur- at abouisatue figures Nearly all offer Â¬ chased the old house of the Duke of ings sold but prices ruled lower than Lelnster iu Carlton House Terrace and for many year is converting it Into a palaco of the re- Â¬ UNION CITY naissance style The marble stairs mantels and walls will cost enormous Mr Johu Hill returned from Louissum A Arm of upholsterers has been authorized to expend 300000 Even ville Friday a London plumber has been given carle James Wells is at his fathers Mr blanche William Wells very sick of fever The wedding of Air Emmet C Har- Â¬ Miss Josie Walden of Clark county bison of this couuty and Miss Mary Is visiting at her uncles Mr E Wal Â¬ Battnille of Pine Grove Clark county den is announced to occur Iu the Presbyte- Â¬ Services were conducted at the B ip rian Church at the latter place on Wednesday November 6th The aU tist churoli on Sunday last at 11 a m tendants will be Miss Fisliback of by Rev S V Potts AUo by Rev E Pine Grove Miss Jessie Taylor of Lex- Â¬ Burnam at 330 P M ington Misses Lizzie and Emma Har Â¬ The Powell salo was on Saturday 20 bison sister and cousin of the groom Horses low from 25 to 100 Cows Mr Ed Battaille brother of the bride very low 3 to 25 Oats 1 25 per and Messrs Alvin Harbison W B hundred Corn 135 per barrel Hogs Middletoa nud John H Bryant Shel 375 byville Sentinel City Â¬ Â¬ 15 mule colts sold 80 to 140 a head from 45 to 75 No horse trade Large iMLipniA Will be worn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect in finish and color ILL SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM We sell the Shaw knit in ia SoxJ that Is an expression you have frequently heard on the streets of late BUT FOR FEAR TIIE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD TUE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to our store to buy one of our being the i WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improvement on the seamless having a rounu heel and smooth toe with gussets in the- - instep and heel We also have FAN CY STRIPED and COLOK 19 natural wool without coloring mnltnf We also have I English Balbriggan AND FINE FALL OVERCOATS who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to bay MITCHELLS store but he evidently thought that COVINGTON Merino Mixtures ij was the place to purchase for he said Ill sleigh ride for them The last named All colors eviuenuy meaning mat ne wouiu go mere to ouy 11 ne xiau to go jn a goods were very popular last And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond sleigh winter and bid lair to be can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Oassimeres in the latest wart wj nresgffssgFEWsgg raraffi I styles shades and prices more sp this season ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels and toes A LIUIDRIED SHIRTS -- FROM Our Mi M and Mr Clothing A HANDKERCHIEFS Our 25c Handkerchiefs Handkerchief are daisies F J Cheney Lircus 88 Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of Co State of Ohio county of Toledo is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest tilings in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection doing business In the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for eacli and every cae or Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls 50 CENTS TO We carry the 3 GHiLOHENS Al YOUTHS CLOTHING 0ar 35c FINEST Cataiiru Cure CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this Gth day of December A D I i FRANK J STOCK in Central Kentucky Â¬ We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clothing We carry a fine assort in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are They range in size irom 4 to IS years iment of Silk Handkerchiefs beauties every one of them Mothers give us a call are unequaled - SO A W GLEA60N Â¬ Xblarary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood aud mucus surfaces of the system Send for circulars free L Y zfhstie K3sacbai tw Mwwwa PUBLIC SALE COVINGTON gregnragyEKan zKPwzviz 3-liOve- s- gaagsrgro i MITCHELL Y ao F J CHENEY Tobacco Ware HouMJ CO Toledo Jffl Sold by Diuguists 75c Ohio 16 20 SPECIALTIES The -- Louisville Dy Olover fc Market Tobacco Dnrrett Louisville Sales on our market for the past week jut closed amount to 2135 hhdx with receipts for the sail e period of 35 hhds conies on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount In 114203 hhds Sates nf the crop of 1888 011 our market to tills date amount to 80235 hi id The offerings of hurley tobacco this fei3i week have been computed mainly of WCTWI ww very common grades and no new fea tures have developed The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark aud damaged tobacco 2 00 to 100 Colory Trash 350 to 600 Common Lugs not colory 4 00 to On Saturday November 9 89 600 I will sell to the highest bidder my farm Colory Lugs G 00 to 000 known as the Charley Oldham place six Common Leaf 700 to 10 00 Muddy Creek Medium to good tear 10 00 to 1500 miles east of Richmond on containing ifnj miles from Waco 15 00 to and i Select or urappery leaf Acres of Land well watered with plenty 200 of timber for a farm twice as large Three good orchards two No I apple and one LIVE STOCK MARKET 2EP0BT peach The new railroad runs within four hundred 3 ards Good dxvelling and outEMI1RY By GREENE L1p Stock Commission Merchant nt Cluclu buildings I uill alo sell my Jack Black Bill 15 J hands high 4 years old and has null Union Stock Ynnlsnnil Covluglon block Yanls proven lumelf to be all right Black Bill was siied ey King Alfonso he by Harper Cincinnati Ohio October 28 18S9 he by Lciathan he by old Leviathan he SHIPPING CATTLE by Imported Leviathan dam a Jim Porter Good to Extra f 4 25 4 5 jennet Also three 2 3 ear old Mules 3 Fair to Good 4 00 yearlings 7 Mule ColU some brood Mares 3s 2 75 Common and Rough 3 00 and young horr e stock A lot of Cows Good to Extra Oxen 3 25 3 50 and Calves 50 fat Hogs about 40 ShoaU lot of Vanning Implement 2 75 30 Ewes 2 50 Fair to Good Oxen 2 25 Corn and Hay Household Goods etc 1 oo Common and Rough Will rent my home place where I now BUTCHER CATTLE live containing 300 Acres Good to Extra 3 75 3 25 Terms made known on day of sale Sale Fair to Good 5 3 oo 00 to begin promptly at q oclock Extra Fat Steers 75 2S JERRY BROADDUS Fair to Good Steers 75 Good to Extra Cows 2 50J 75 G S Dbatiierage Aucr 19 21 2 oo Fair to Good Cows 35 1 25 Common Cows So XYSIAK PABKtSII W B CDSSISnAStQ00 Rough Cows and Oxen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Working Shirts in Waterproof Atwood Suspender Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy reception A fine line of Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods in Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Taxi Bucks An excellent assortment ot Leather Traveling Bags all shapes Perrins Imported Kids stand in the E and Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats Dogskins in great variety Hand- We have them in all shades lead as to style and finish Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves ii i Wchavo them tor driving riding tho street the ball or the iiiiihh urn inn n Eionisr s Sale Notice of Ciias J Walker IlIT r Bale vt Dannie Gentry Deft J In Equity Uy virtue of a judgment and order of sain of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the Hrptember term there Â¬ of 1SS9 In the above styled cause the undersigned will on TM CRflOKE t i ITS 1 R T 0 i BENHETT URWiSTON Wednesday November 6 89 BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers- Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers 2 1 iS 1 oo I 85 1 25 sm 60 5 10 hilkrjdti Mi About the hour of 11 oclock a in on the premises in Madison cminty Kv proceed to exxse to public sale to the limiiCPl Dinner uie luiiuwiug ucbuiiucu property viz A Certain Laud On the waters of Tales Creek begin Â¬ ning at a hickory on a drain corner to Unil sold Watts Wnlker by William Irvine u 80 w Co 3 10 poles to a stake iu a bottom corner O- - J Whites cor- Â¬ ner mllli same and the road a 27 w 6 poles s 56 w 9 5 10 poles a 37 w 13 IwlesslSi v21sl9J w20 a 39r w 41 7 10 poles to a post in Dickersous corner with bis line aud road s 321 19 poles to a stake ou 6aid line thence a new Hue s 61 e 71 poles to a stake on Walker Watts line with same a 46 c 21 1 10 poles to a stone thence n 2G e 125 pules to beginning same laud sold Invite the ladies to examine theii elab orate display of Tract of ILK FRONT something new Sashes in all colors Underwear in profusion 00 50 3 00 2 85 1 50 2 00 00 00 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS f2 ec and nobler civilization We cordially commend the system of inexpensive and admirable schools founded by the benrfi- cient whose incentive is not earthly honor and reward but the blessing of the Divine success is Kingdom of pod wrought by self abnegation Upon civil service reform it says the church does not undertake the warfare of the partisan but it would leave an important duty undone if it did not exercie a care for the political as well as the ecclesiastical wolfare of the State It has come to pass that in the heat of party struggle the standards of political morality have been sensibly lowered but purity and integrity tain class THURSDAYS SESSION in the administration of public affairs are particular authority it has dc r nu permanent place set The convention was entertained for a strenuously demanded by the religion of grov as well as the patriotism of tart especially for the purpose brief time by an address from its Presi tiie church Official place should not be with the expenditure of dent Rev C L Loos The Presidents the land improved is thoaanus ol dollars conducted uy theme was missionary workandhe gave won by vulgar incompetence Il not thoroughly organized associations the subject some hard knocks- - in lis the baiter price paid for political inflnence The honors of office are the ligitimate forward practical way and visited by the best classes of straight W Rev T Moore the representative recompense bestowed upon citizens who l London KEnsUnd enJ have served their State and should not There are elements in the soilof W be distributed among the incorruptible 1 occupied attention of 1 ir i i i -UGHirai jveutuoivy iubi ui uua speaking particularly of missionary work Touching the industrial issue the letter eion most peculiarly for the pro- - in the United Kingdom which he repre Â¬ says It is painfully evident that the daction of fast horses Nowhere j sentative to be in a flourishing condition existing industrial system is not what it else do they grow to such perfec-Â¬ The Committee on New Work recom Â¬ should be as the despairing tone of those tion Nowhere are there so many mended that more missionaries be put in 1 who have studied the subject evince ihie roads as we have nor do there the field and that missionary orphanages Many have come to look upon industrial humanity as a commercial commodity osist a people more capable of en Â¬ be founded joying to the fullest extent fast Rev A T Bush of Texas made an Human sympathy is not to be brought horses and fine roads Nor can elegant speech in behalf of establishing into play Any social phylosophy which eliminates the heart and soul of man hare be found a coantrr mora j missionaries in Old Mexico to the eye thas Cealral The Committee on Nomination -- of from Its doctrine is incomplete and to beasSifal KonUdcy through whieh these officers to serve during tfeeemuing year act ft if these were mt seeded is anchris STATE OF KENTUCKY The tri ennial national meeting of the County of Madison Episcopal church of the United States I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison embracing the Upper House composed of County Court do hereby certify that Bishops and the Lower House composed the foregoing Is a true and correct copy of delegates adjourned in New York of section 6 of Madison countys sublast Thursday after a cession of thiee scribing to the Richmond Nicholas weeks The pastoral letter aPer calling ville Irvine Beattyville Itallroad attention to the pension fund for diiabled Company the sum of Two Hundred aud clergymen referred to the modern system Fifty Thousaud Dollars now 250000 of education in which subject it said of record in my office Education points the way to a higher Given under my band this 25th of Â¬ Common and Thin btockers COWS AND CALVES - 33 0038 Best Grades Fair to Good 25 oojo 12 001520 Common Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 Fair to Good 5 4 75 2 50 Common and Heavy 3 HOGS Select Butchers 4 05 4 4 Fair to Good Packers 3 90 05 Good to Extra Lights 4 4 Pigs Light 3 9t SPRING LAMBS Extra- 5 25 S 2 6o 2 35 1 75 stifllcieiit quantity thereof to produce the sum otS2919 3S the amount of mnuey so ordered to iie made and the costs hereof We have erected a new ard commo Sale will be made on a TEILM linus Livery mul Sale Stable corner of credit of 6 and 12 months the purcha- Â¬ 3rd anp IrvlDe Mreets uietimond ty ser will be reel ul red to Live bond with aud mb the public to give u a triitl approved security for the payment of rorce the HORSES HITCHED OR FED and purcliase amoney to naye me legal effect of judgment bearing the AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle Interest from upon tiny of sale with a said properly until hordes Uon es and buggies hired at low lien reserved all the purchase money N paid rates 10 15 PAUUISll CUNNINGUAM by C J Walker In Nannie Gentry ora NEW ME DRESS GOODS Euchings Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered Kid Gloves Silk Um brellas and many other articles We have Â¬ CROOK 00 5 0 10 Please Eead Attachment and Ponuhle specially c to adapted for Invalid- - travelers cost 25 Cosh Any one ufchiuir a machine ol Jhls type will pleapt leave order at tho ojllce 13 FjdI street kept iu stock 40 18 Omr of MmlUon 20 J U Circuit Court BUKAM r The Latest goods the Markets Afford embracing the most popular stjTes 00 The Singer Manufacturing Company 10 is building a machine with Hand 55 GOME AND SEE US Oysters Fisli Game Celery Apples Oranges Bananas Potatoes Cabbage Turnips October 1889 Attest By THOS THORP Clerk C Jno H Thohp D 4 P8 It is sold J F Stonk ouly by order not JF8 You can not fail to be pleased with our selections Our pri- Â¬ ces agree with the This is the first mortgage executed by the Railroad Company and consti tutes a first lien on the property and franchises herein described and con veyed ILand 8TATE OF KENTUCKY ntoa tbe5 J Thos Thorp Clerk of the MaijUon Couuty Conrt do herebycerllfy that the foregoing is a true aud correct copy of a part of the mortgage from the Richmond Nichnlasville Irvine and Beattj villa lUilroad Company to the Central Trut Company of New York Trustee dated July 1st 1S89 now of Tecord iu my office Given und r my hand this October 25th 1S89 THOS THORP Clerk Attest 20 23 By Jno H Thorp D O County of Madison Set I have 450 ACRES OF EXUEL- LLENT BLUEGRASS LAND IJ miles from Kiclimurtd lor sale pnvnteiy Divided to suit purchasers Three houses Will sell fur Jess than It is worth Pickles Deviled Ham Potted Ham Deviled Chicken Beef Tongue Chipped Beef ALSO 500 BARRELS OpORN in the field at the heap or delivered Sardines Mackerel 260 tons of hay Cove Oysters and is- j n BOGOS for Sale times and our BENNETl thepublic - goods with the demands of GENTLEMEN SBfaTTltD NQTI5E t T TOTA OTTB NGTICEOFDISSOLUTIO The Chief Broun for the Great sno eess of Hoods Sarjapsrllla Is found la ths article Itself It Is merit that wins and the fact that Hoods Sarsaparilia actually ac complishes what Is claimed tor It Is wlial has civea to thU medicine a popularity and gale greater than that Many other sarsapa- Â¬ - -- t rr 1 i Ringing JfSIses In the ears sometimes a roaring buz zing sound is caused by caarrh that is exceedingly dteagrpeahleand very com Â¬ mon disease Lossoffmell or hearing also result from catarrh Hoods 8ar sapariila the great blood purifier Is a ptCuliarlysuccessfiil remedy for this dis ease which It cures by puruyiug the blood If you sutler from catarrh try Hoods Sftrsaimrllla Uw peculiar med- mne- sn A Jj-s-fl1Â¬ Notice Is hereby given that the hard ware flfrh composed f A F Breck and D M Phelps under the firm name ami stIe of Breck Iheln doing bushiei 3 in Richmond Ky is tuisuay uissoiveu uy mutual consent Â¬ SarsapariUa cures Scrofula Salt and all Humora Dyspepsia Slcfc oteroomes That Headache Biliousness TinzJ Feeling creates an Appetite strcnsUi eas the Nerres aalWs up the Woolo System HoolflnmapiirilIa Is sold by all drug Ststs tt six tor 8 Pretrial by C I Hood S Co Apothecaries ioweB Mass Hoods Rheum Merit Wins fflSXJS October lGth 1839 I A M F BREOK PHELPS 19 20 3829 I hereby warn all persons against hunting or otherwUe trespassing on Staple and Fancy Groceries al my lacilp Hereafter all trespassers ways on hand will be prosecuted This includes ail T TRD3BLE my lands NiwMND Jonbs Sr 13 21 - it Canned Vegetables MERCHANT - TAILORING - DEPARTMENT OF TUE BItANDS FflESII Is complete We have an accomplished Kyou want fresh FISH and Oys tersgame or fruits and vegetables cutter and the best of journey wdrkmen or any of the best brands of We keep in stock all the lutest and At lower rates than you usually best imjfpted and find elsewhere call on me S3 Goods delivered in any part of the city A fine lino of domestic CLOTHS AND CASOKES UEST AND Â¬ Try us s lj- - J t -7 J v ti ji J - I i 1 ET ao- HI r - J 4 jmq - iw W i i jc t jjjasKVt - - t cvmvu nmjuuTT MMSTON 91K1IEIVI UllWUHL i 1KB 3 1 S MT ii - J- - 1- I X 1 I wm isrp TtU ir k iSMnrstT- - -- Tyfaiuu tBBn Ba 1 Zway - t p 4y 1 irrilramf tvi tfVli tt-ATTTM vf I5U1TLMM1 lgre35 in et i CLEOPATRA looked il RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY and skipped about tho room shaking hnds with us at Intervals and saying Ill translate Ill translate kills me pnd we will publish it and by the living OsIrisit will drivo every Egyptologist In Europe mad with envy I Ob what a find I what a most glorious find And O you whoso eyes shall fall upon these pages soe they have been trans- Â¬ lated and they have been printed and here they lie before you an undiscovered laud wherein you are f reo to travel I Harmachis speaks to you from his forgot-Â¬ ten tomb The walls of Time fall down and as at tho lightnings leap a picture from tho past starts s iddenly on your view framed in tho gathered darkness of tho ages He shows you those two Egypts that tho silent pyramids looked down upon long centuries ago the Egypt of the Greek tho Roman and tho Ptolemy and that other outworn Egypt of tho hicrophant hoary with years heavy with the legends of antiquity and the memory of long lost honors Ho tells you how tho smoldering loyalty of Khem Egypt burnt up boforo it died and how fiercely tho old Time consecrated Faith struggled against tho conquering tido of Chan to that drawn ever by the mystery of Mind rosn like the Kilo at flood and drowned tho ancient gods of Egypt Here in his pages you shall learn the glory of Isis tho Many shaped the Execu- Â¬ tor of Decrees Here you shall make ac-Â¬ quaintance with the shade of Cleopatra that Thing of Flame wboso passion breathing beauty shaped the destiny of empires Here you shall read how tho soul of Charmicn was slain of the sword her Uarffig M OCTOBER 30 1889 ngj SUPPLEMENT f NUMBER 20 h YOLUME a lion nigh and indetal the lions for the vine ones to take me as an adopted son and true rise to the giddy betgfct of thy des Â¬ mouth of my mother and because what bad 3ND after these things most part are not fouul in the tilled land been uttered was treason against Ptolemy rear me up that I might In due season fill tiny aad the- - shalt he Jtmrtom here aad Ptolemv tho Piper dt sert and the Libyan For he knew that if the matter should come an office about the temple Therefore was 1 hereafter be Take f ff awl I wH sf fc fjfor troubled us no mere but rather in the distanco had seen to the cars of Ptolemy Pnaraeh would send the eld H thee ami aS nnr did ha ntrain Mountains I and from adown Now when sore troubled for I feared his anger man uponsoul shalt then shia be aemrsed aa which have set hisguaids to destroy the lite of tho child and thy who was very terrible la lasdogo --M Being an Account of the Fall and send his soldiers to thatcame near she knew me she for Harmachis of whom such things wcro prophesied M f ttao the hour when in the slow Abouthis to seek for and bending herself sho made obeisance to spake ever with the cold voice of Wisdom Vengeance of Harmachis the Thcreforo my father shut the doors and Nevertheless I determined to go In to htei evil shall oee raore grew to gced aad him of whom it was me and Â¬ saluted me calling me Royal and and confess my fault and bear such pun- Â¬ F rypt shall again be free Shortest and Quickest Route from Cencaused all thoso who wore thoro to swear Royal Egyptian prophesied that he of all honor and beloved and chosen ishment as he should bo pleased to pat upon upon theholysymbol of his office and by tho I drew near tromhMng and hissed Wea en tral Kentucky to All Points North should be Pharaoh For worthy Holy Three ay name of the Diviue Three and by the soul ossse red spear in the head of the child of thoof the Pharaoh I the asd even by the me So even with the ou my breast my tbft brew Xay alt these East West and South west Delivorer AS SET rOBTH BT ILT3 0TTB HAITI of her who lay dead upon tho stones beside hand and the red wounds I upon me and more I saM If I fs thee my foster brother was name them that naught of what they had seen But I thinking that terror had made her passed through tho outer court of the great O ray father FAST LINE BETWEEN brought to him by the and heard should pass their lips Nay he erted t e hast rather III eunuch as he sat in his sick of mind asked of her what she wonld temple and came to the door of the chamber VATO among the company wis the old wife speac But where the High Priest dwelt It is a great these whose wW I do Aad now go say see BYH Rider Haggard nalaco of marble at Alcxan Is it a great thing I asked that I chamber sculptured round about with the and ponder ia thy heart and ia thy flours Atoua who had been tho nurse of my moth- Â¬ drio flushed with Cyprian should slay a lion Is it a matter worthy Author of King Solomons Mines er and loved her well and in these days the light of heart igest tay words aad whet Srhe Bie in Effect May 12th 18S9 wlrio and played upon the of such talk as thine There live and hare images of the solemn gods She Allan Quatermaln though I know not how it hath been in tho fluto boforo his women Aud lived men who have slain many boos Did Ra the sun came to it in the daytime by tbousbalt see aad gather V sheaww ef Etc Etc Etc past nor how it shall be in tho foture there opening out through the stone of the wisdom and mate thee ready foe thefcaWte Np 6 No 4 at his bidding the eunuch lifted up the head not the Divine Tahutimes the Oslrian slay an No 2 Is no oath that can bind a womans tonguo massy roof But at nght it was lit by a Feur net for thyself the art aralostnil Dally Ex 8uu BOCTH BOUND Kx Ben for him to look on Thon he And so it camo about that by and by when by the hair smote it on the cheek with his with bis own band more than two hundred swinging lamp of bnze I passed in with Â¬ from aU UL No karat nay toaca thee fraat a 5trated by inc after CATOW WO- Olanghed and lions Is ana written on the the matter had become homely in her mind yself atoae eaa be taiae owa a ono of the girl3 crown is between It notpaws of the living tablet that out noise for the door was notaltogetber without ffceo ps Kbremku the and her fear had fallen from her she spoke sandal and bade inrmimlL 335pm L shut and pushing my way through the emy I have said Pharaoh with flowers And ho bowed tho pm ajs pm IV t civjugtoi- i- Laoam 609 Jlemfl of tho prophecy to her daughter whonursod the Sphinx that is set iSTnoDucnoN Thee I went forth with s fall heart The the innocent nigh to the seven pyramids beyond he slew h vy curtains that were bevond I stood 944 am 917 pm 4MB pm Ivc 1 almootlt no at tho breast now that my mother was knee and mocked the head of that with a beating heart within the chamber night was very stuL and there was --see LYC I 5 ltllin 1037 am wcoo pm s7 pm S THE recesses of pail This she did us ihry wnlked toeether child But the girl who was sharp of lions aforetime And have not others done The lamp was lit for the darkness had stirring bn the teatnto courts I harried Arr Puns iitoam 1433 pm 540 pm tongue for all ot this I heard in after tlio desolate Libyan Kcvor see ono like hint before said All AT Ixxington - iiwpa icon pm wjo pm i the desci t carri irg food to the husband years said to him that ho did well to bow likewise Why then sreakestthoa thus fallen and by its light I saw the old man through them and reached the oatraaca to Mountains that lie Bury great hurry he no mafish no 0 foolish woman n 515 pm Of the daughter who was a sculptor and Aad He lrin- seated in a chair of ivory aad ebony at a the pykm that is at the outer gat tho knee for thi3 child was indeedPbaraoh pm boh ind tho tempi 0 Throw him down there on side flneesh Arr W iucliter imoj P All of which I said because liaving now table of stone whereon were spread the thee seeking solitude aad as It were to shaped tho pictures of tho hoiy gods In the tho greatest of Pharaohs and his name was 1 30 pm 730 pm Arr Itichmoud looked at the plain case till at last my lion I was minded after the man Â¬ mystic writings of the words of Life and draw sigh to Heaven I diatbed the pjkms and city of Abydos I slain the tombs that are fashioned In the rock toll Pm Arr Lancaster tho Osiris and his throno was Death interest was thoroughly aroused ner of youth to hold it as a thing of no ac-Â¬ Death But he read no more for behold I had two hundred steps until atleagthl reached sjgSJ supposed burylng Ing the daughter my nurse how great 450 pm At bianford At this say ing Auletes was much troubled count But sho ceased net to make obei- Â¬ he slept aad bis long white beard rested the massive roof Here I leaned sty -- rsaat been so shocked by tho sight of the scattered placo of tho Holy e Richmond- should be her care and lovo toward the child and shookand trembled for being a wicked 145 pm sance and to call me by nai es that are too upon the table like the beard of a dead against the parapet asd tasked forth Aad pm dust of the departed that I had made up my Arr lierea 300 Osiris a tomb was that one day should be Pharaoh and drivo man ho greatly feared the entering into yae pml high even to be written mind not to touch the remaining coffin but Arr Lmngston the faM man The soft light irora the lamp leu on as I looked the red edge recently discovered the Ptolemies from Egypt But th i daughAmcnti- - So he caused the girl to be slain now my curiosity overcame me and we set wisely did him and on the papyri and ea the gold ring moon floated up over the Arabia- - MUs aad O Royal Ono she cried among the contents of ter my nurse was so filled mth wonder at because of tho evd omen of her saying cry- Â¬ NoS No 5 No1 Surely the Holy upon his hosd where were graves the her rays fell upon the ayloa where I stood what she heard that she could not keep tho ing that ho would send her to worship that thy mother prophecy which were the papyrus to work NORTH BOUND alt y Ex Sun Ex Suu All hod brought a mallet and a cold chisel tale locked within her breast and in the Pharaoh whom sho had named ro Is on which this history is And tho Spirit tho Knnpth was in her O thou symbols of the Invisible One but alt and the temple watts bayend aad -- tap the night she awoke her husband and in turn other women he away and played no conceived by a god See the omen The around was shadow It fall en the shaven visages of theearven iroeK Thea the esM A PTf V written The tomb itself is with himandithaving set the coffin straight he began upon with all the zeul of an experi- Â¬ 00 am Lve Livingston tvhlspored of it to him ami thereby com moro upon the flute till he was once again lion there he growls within the Capitol at head on the white robe on the cedar staff Hght struck the wide stretch ot well tilled spacious but otherwise remarkable enced tomb breaker And then he pointed 1035 am Lie Berea W passed her own destruction and the de- drunk on the mprrow But the Alexandri- Â¬ Rome and the dead man be is the Ptolemy of priesthood at his aide and oa the ivory land sew whitening to the harvest aad as only for the depth of tuo shaft Arr Kicuiiiond irm am out another thing Most mummy cases are the M cedonlan spawn that like a for of the hon footed chair I showed the the heavenly lamp of Isis the --mob paesed struction of her child my foster brothor ans mado a song thereon which is still sung I c Maufurd which descends vertically from tho fastened by four litUe tongues of wood two 710 am For tho man told his friend and tho friend about tho streets Aud this Is the beginning eign weed hath overgrown the land of mighty brow of power the features cut in up the sky slowly aid her rays ereaa daw yn am Lve Lancaster on either side which are fixed in the upper vengeance smihicd Nile with the Macedonian Lagldae shalt kingly mold the white eyebrows aad the the valley where Sthor father of the fc td was a spy of Ptolemys and thu3 tho tale thereof AT Kitlimond- - 945 am mortuary chspel to the friends and rela- Â¬ half and passing into mortises cut to reHere Harmachis the doomed Egyptian 17-- c ltirluoaiid thou go to smite the Lkhi of Rome And dark hollows cf the deep set eyes I Of Khem roils oa toward the sea camo to Pharaohs cars Now Pharaoh was 4o pm ftwara Ptolemy tha Piper played tives of the departed to the ooQn chamber being about to die salutes you who follow much troubled thereat for though when ho ceive them In the thickness of the lower t inclieMer 33a pm 715 am the Macedonian cur shall fly and the lion looked and trembled for there wan about And now the bright beams kissed tfe At Paris Over dead and dying bencatn This shaft is no less than oighty pm 748 a m on the path be trod In tho story of bis was full of wine he would make a mock of 4H half are there held fast by pags of hard At shall strike him down and thou shalt strike hkn that which was more than the dignity water that smiled as answer back aad Piped and played ho well pm 7 am 345 pm nino feet In Ucpth Tho chamber at its foot wood But this mummy case had eight broken years ho fhows to you what may In tho Gods of the Egyptians and swoar that 314 Lvr Islington down the lion and the land of Khem shall of man So long had be lived with the new mo Qtate aad valley Sure that fluto of bU was mado P Lie Talis jiaia 435 pm was found to contain three coffins only such tongues Evidently it had been Its own degree be the story of your own the Roman Senate was the only God to once more be free I free free Keep thy- Â¬ gods and so long kept ettstpany with them town aad ptahi were flooded wtah Ot the dank reed sinning Lvc Cvnlhiana- - 44 pm though it Is large enough for many more thought well to secure it firmly At last Crying aloud from that dim Amentl where whom he bowed tho knee yet In his heart self but pure according to the command Â¬ and with thoughts divine so deeply was he Hght for Mother isis was arises aad Oer the streams of helL C lalmoutli j je pm 913 am 6ra pra Two of these which In all probability in Â¬ f - Covington with great difficulty we raised the massive to day he wears out hi long atoning time was ho terribly afraid as I havo learned 635pm 1035am 730pm Arment of the gods O son of the Royal versed in aU those mysteries which we do threw her gte saing robe across the dark There beneath tho shadows gray in tho history of his fall he tells tho fate of from ono who was his physician for when lid which was nearly throe inches thick O hope of Khem ami 730 pm closed the bodies of the high priest Am bo but but faintly discern here ia this upper air House At t mriiinaU fcts pm bosom of tha earth Beanttfat it was wfth With the sisters three enemhat and of his wife father and and there covered over with a deep layer him who however sorely tried forgets his he was alone at night he would scream and ware of Woman the Destroyer and that even now before his time he partook the beauty e f a perfect dreaaa aad sotamn MAYSVILLE BRANCH Shall bo pipe tor many a day mother of Harmachis the hero of this his- Â¬ of loose s pices a very un usual thing was God his honor and his country so shall it be of the nature of the Osiris and was a as the hour after death Mightily in ood who Indeed as I bave said cry aloud to tho great Serapis May tho Frog his butler be l tory tho shameless Arabs who discovered No 8 No 11 tho body Poor am I and wretched yea stricken thing to shake humanity with fear is no truo God and to other Gods fearing no the aterof tateentrje the temples towered up affataet the laee at And hs DqHv Dally NORTH BOUND them theie and then broke tip CHAPTER L Ali looked at it with open eyes and no and his soul with sorrow Ptolemy tho Pipsrl I have sinned in speaking of lest he should be murdered I stood and gazed and as I stood be night Never had they see ted segraadta KxHun Ex Sun Tho Arabs broke the bodies up With wonder For this mummy was not as other of the mirrn or itAnAcuis the fboto- - handed over to the tormentors Also when After this the years rassedon nor did L that which should be hid and for my sin opened his dark eyes but looked not on me as upoe that sight those aadoat ECT OF Tllr HATDOHS AND THE SLAT mummies are Mummies in general lie Lie Cincinnati- 335 pm unhallowed haads they tore the Holy Amen he felt his throno tremble under him bo being very little know any thing of the hav I paid in the coin of that which was me nor turned bis head and yet he saw shrines before whose eternal waHs Ttoe OF THE 1NSOCEST CmiJl rSG emhat and the f ram of her who had as it upon their backs as stiff and cilm as Lie luXlllfEtfl 45 Pn born of my womb willingly have I paid me and spoke himself shaU wither And --tiae K wee to would send large presents to the temples great things that came to pass in Egypt IxingUm 7x10 am 450 pra is written been filled with the spirit of the -- JggyXagSTi Y OSIRIS who sleeps though they were cut from wood hut this h for thee But I have still of the wisdom cf he to rule thb mooalK land atiae to pre- Â¬ and ask a message from tho oracles and nor is It my purpose here to set them out 00 am Why hast thou been disobedient to me Iinv 45 pm mummy lay upon its side and tho wrap- Â¬ at Abouthis f write more especially from the oraclo that is at For I Harmachis will speak only of thoeo our people nor do the gods in wboso eyes O my son he said How came it that serve those saered shriaes aad chorish the S5ar--rs- i A lrbarg 37 am 6cis pm Hathors tore them limb from limb search- tMirlisle 51 am the truth I Har Philai Thorcf o c when It came to his ears things with which I have been concerned pings notwithstanding its knees wcro 636 pm Ins for treasure amid their bones perhaps all are equal turn their countenances from thou wentest forth against the Hon when I hoaorof their gods mine to east sat the jMlitihon jopm as is their custom selling the very bones slightly bent Moro than that indeed tho 9 3 ami macbis hereditary that tho wife of the HighPriest of the great Ptolemy and free Egypt f roat the foreaas And as tho time went on my father and the poor The Divine Mother ilsis hath bade thee not wens ami still 10 pm for a few piastres to tour- Â¬ gold mask which after the fashion of Hie the last ignorant priest of the Tem- and ancient temple of Abouthis had ere sho the teachers Instructed me in the ancient spoken to me but lost night she spake at How knowest thou ray father that I yokel la my veins ran the bioed to those who camo their way seeking what be Ptolemaic period bad been set upon the e 1ft No 12 ist ple reared by the diod been filled with tho Spirit of Prophecy learning of bidding come hither great Kings who stooping ia the mho of tur people and in such matters and readme thee the signs to gather herbs went forth I asked in fear Dally Dally bOLTH BOUND might destroy For In Egypt tho unhappy aforedivine Sethi face had worked down and was literally that I should see to eyof Tapi Thebes await the day and prophesied that her son would bo appertaining to the gods as it is meet that Ex Han Ex Sun How know I Are there then ne ether theva tho living find their bread in the tombs of pounded up beneath the hooded head time a Pharaoh of Pharaoh he was much afraid and sum- Â¬ children should know So I grew strong And as I have said so shall it como to pass My spirit swelled iillhin resarrectioB O of ways of knowledge than by the senses now moning some trusty guards who being am xio pm the great men wlw were before them Lrc MavMrtlle deo Egypt and 515 It was impossible seeing these things to and comely for my hair was black as the if thou canst but enduro the weight of the ignorant child was net my spirit wkh thee me as I dreamed udob this glorioususes my - Johnson 537 am alas pm Â¬ mummy bo justified In Osiris Greeks feared not to do sacrilege he dis- hair or tho divino Kout and my oyes were great temptation Come hither Royal One I avoid the conclusion that the But as it chanced some little while after the I closed my bands and there 49 am 3 4 pm l rlutle or- Â¬ one who is known to this writer and fore us had moved with violence since it edge of the canal when the lkm sprang upon thy com- Â¬ pylon I prayed as I had sever prayed be Â¬ in patched them by boat up the Nile with and JIHIerstmrc bluo as the bluo lotus and my skin was as and aho led me to the 715 am yjSpm ward Amcnti I Har ders to come to Abouthis and cut off the the alabaster within tho sanctuaries For whore the water was deep and still and panion Did I net pray those aet about fore to the Godhead who is called by aaaay a doctor by profession passed np the Kile was put in the coffin Vans 740 am 45 P At Lexington by right head of tho child of the High Frlest and now that theso glories have passed from blue Now gaze upon that face as the thco to protect thee to make sure thy names and in many forms -- dn --utaifaut macliis K35 am 630 pm Him not to Abydos and became acquainted with the Him very funny mummy spear into vington 1035 am 635 pm men who had done this thing They redivine and by true bring it to him in a basket mafish when him go in there said AIL water throws it back Is not that brow thrust when thou didst drive the that thou O Amen I prayed God of fade whs mo I may speak of them without shame 10C45 am ltic iiittaU 61S pm the lions throat How came it Who ever heard vealed to him tho secret of tho place telling descent of blood Do not to bear the double crown 40onsenel 1 said hast been from the begiaama Lard of But ns it chanced the boat wherein the Strong I was also There was no youth of fitted O my son 1 U are who King of the Double guards came was of deep draught and the my years in Abouthis who could stand those gentle eyes mirror the perfect wentest forth i Iieaven Ixinirton WS a m Arrives him that one ooffln yet remained entombed of a live mummy Truth who art and of Va- The boaster taunted me I answered jrlvest out thy Godhead whom lOljam Exeepi Hsnday Wc lifted tlio body out of tho coffin Crown and Pharaoh of tho Upper and time of their coming being at the lowest against mo to wrestle with me nor could majesty of kings Hath not the Ptab the and gathoreot it aa It seemed to be tho coffin of a poor person and I went TI1N NOTRH No I runs dally between they said and therefore being pressed for nearly choking ourselves with mummy Lower Land I Harmachis who cast ebb of the river it struck and remained any throw so far with the sling or spear Creator fashioned that form to fit the im- Â¬ again ia the etrete of whom the lliilas eaas Ler and CtitcluHatl No runa dally time they had left it unviolated att --aa tha Moved by dust in the process and thorn beneath it aside the opening flower of our hope who fast upon a bank of mud that is opposite And much I yearned to hunt the lion but perial garb and awe the glance of multi move and are who was betri en t luclnnall and Lexington Yes I know It andbesauso of the hot Self beget and who shalt frostill att path who the mouth of the road that runs across to he whom called my father forbade mo to tudes look ug through thee to God among we made our him from curiosity to explore recesses of tomb be I Nti 2 and 6 matfe eonneetlons at Winches 4 as yet unprofnucd tho tourists my afriend half hidden It was athe spices papyrus care- - turued the voice ofthe corious blood of youth I forgive thee Harmachis God in hearkening to the pin ns of Abouthis and as tho north hunt telling me that my fife was of too forgot by roll of first find unto me Nay nay sho went oa in another voice l V Ky ter or poinu oh ine a Si me and let my words hearken But now the voice of woman I Harmachis the wind was blowing very fiercely it was like great worth to be so lightly hazarded But bribed the Arabs to reveal its secret to him No i makes this connection ul Lexington asarill old wifes voice I will be not so sink into listen unto saeriee thy heart Hke the waters of Sihor we O Amen Osiris theof the Jtea by of the fallen in whom are gathered up all woes to sink Thereon tho guards of Pharaoh when I bowed myself before him and looliah boy the scratch of a lion is a ven- Â¬ What ensued I will give in his own words Mt are justified Lord IVrORTANT Trains or this line nowar into thirsty sand at tho rising of Slrius as waters are gathered in a desert well called out to the common people who la- prayed ho would mako his meaning clear to omous thing a terrible thing yea as bad as depart from the Central Union exactly as ho wrote It to me Ages the Dwo r of Listen unto me The boaster was sent un- Â¬ Winds the Ruler the FClneJniiati making oon rStailon who have tasted of every shame why by bored at lifting water along the banks of mo the old man frowned and answered the bite of an asp it must be treated or else In tne West the Seere w ia Am nntt I slept that night near the Temple of Seti n tor all pouilii North East and West r betrayal havo betrayed who In losing the the river to come with boats and take them that the gods mado all things clear la their it will fester and all thy days shalt thou to thee as a temptation as a trial of thy hearken unto me ant started before daybreak on the follow- Â¬ T rough TIebeta --old and Basgage Checked strength was he sent and seel it has not glory off but seeing that they were Greeks of own season For my part however I went dream of lions ay and snakes glory th t Is here have lost of the and O Isis Great Mother Goddess 3xs4her f ing morning With mo were a cross oyed to 1 ulnt reached by a railroad equal that is there who am utterly undone I Alexandria the people would not for the away wroth for there was a youth in also it will break out in sores But I know been put to the burden Therefore is thy the Horun mysterious Mother Stater F tr particulars address or call oa any rascal called AH All Baba I named him back Hadst thou been strong In hour by Him who sleeps at Abouthis write and Egyptians love not the Greeks Then they Abouthis who with others had slain a lion of it I know I am not crazed for nothing this matter the path had been made plain Spouse hearken unto me If ia --wed I be a the man from whom I got the ring which I the tYHOtuj or I write tho truth am sending you and a small but choice asÂ¬ cried out that they were on Pharaohs busi- that fell upon his fathers herds and be- Â¬ For mark every thing has its balance in to thee cvtm now W U JUNSON the chosen of gods to carry oat the aaraase E H BACON But thou hast failed O Egypt Egyptl dear land of Khem Irav Ias rApjt Trav Paier Agt sortment of his fellow thieves Within on ot the gods let a sign be girem --ate ness and still the people would not asking ing envious ot my strength and beauty ho madness is much wisdom aud in wisdom and therefore is thy hour put back Lexington Ky hour after sunrise we reached the valley whoso baclc sod nourished up my mortal what was the business Whereon a eunuch set it about that I was cowardly at heart Imrinnatl u Â¬ much madness La la la Pharaoh himevea now to seal say life to the hfe above I understand thee net my father I an- Â¬ Stretch eat year arms toward ate O ye part land that I have betrayed O ye among them who had mado himself in that when I went out to hunt I slew self cant say where that one begins and 8FU MORSE Oenl Pass Agt Cincinnati where tho tomb is It is a desolate place Gods I -- Osiris II L HUNTINCTON V Pres Uen Manr Into which tho sun pours his scorching heat Islsl Horusl ye Gods of drunken in his fear told them that they naught but jackals and gazelles Now this the other ends Now dont stand gazing swered gods and uneover the glory of year asaa y KCARRAgt Richmond Ky What was It then my son that tho old yo tem camo to slay the cLikl of Amenemhat the Egypt whom I have betrayed Aad I hear all the long day through till the huge Hear w3 when I had reached my seventeenth there looking as silly as a cat in a crocus wife Atoua said to thco down by the bank tenance upon rayahknees Btef ttftod aaeast r a jfflce Chainlerof Commerce Batld- - brown bowlders which are strewn about be- Â¬ ples whose pylons strike tho sky ye tem High Priest of whom it was prophesied year and was a man grown O aad myself colored robe but just let me stick these mj ples whose faith I havo betrayed I O Royal that he should be Pharaoh and sweep the incJlnriniiati O eyes to Heaves green things on the place and in six days of the canall come so hot that one can scarcely bear to It chanced therefore that as I went sore And thereon I told him all that the old blood of the Pharaohs of Eld that yet runs Greeks from Egypt And then the people at heart from tho presence of the High youll heal up as white as a three year And as I knelt a eioad grew aaoa the scorches the feet touch them and the sand wife had said within these withered veins whoso virtue feared to stand longer in doubt but Priest my father I met this youth who clidd Never mind the smart of it lad face of the raooa and covered it aa so that Wo rode on donkeys for It was already too my the Bight became dark aad the sOsase Right divino of Kings brought boats not knowing what might called to mo and mocked mo bidding me By Him who sleeps at Phihe or at Abou Â¬ And thou beBeveet Harmachis I have betrayed hot to walk some way np the valley where I O Invisible Essence of all betrai ed by me deepened all around evea the -- aaa far be meant by tho mans words But one know the country people had told him that this pr at Abydos as our Divine masters son a vulture floating far in the blue overhead Good and O Fate whose balance rested there Nay I answered hew should I be among them a farmer a groat lion was down among the rush- Â¬ bave it now or wherever he does sleep was was the only other visitor till we came to to the last day and an overseer of canals who was a kins- Â¬ es by tho banks of the canal which runs which is a thing we shall find out before lieve such tales Surely she is mad AH on my hand hear me and an enormous bowlder polished by centuries o utter doom bear me witness that 1 write man of my niotticr3 and hail been present past i of the Here All action of sue and Band the Temple lying at a distance of thir- Â¬ we want to by OsirU I say youll live to the people know her for maa the truth Then for the first time he looked toward when sho prophesied nnd ho turned and ty stadia from Abouthis And still mock- - be as clean from scars as a sacrihee to Isis halted saying tho tomb was under the What then is a man Ho is a feather ran swiftly forthreo parts of an hour till at the new moon if youll but let me put it me who was standing In the shadow stone Accordingly wo dismounted and I WAS MCVBBED BODILT blown by the wind He is a he come to where I lay in tho house that butafeaiher ho cried thou art My son I my son on leaving the donkeys in charce of a fellah Is it not so my good folk and she wrong Sho Is not mad The woman spake boy went up to the rock Beneath itjras a lessly fastened and wr pped in a piece of Are but a lira born of tlio f uoL Ho is a is without tho north wall of the great tem spirit but a spirit having wings wherewith pie Now as it chanced my father was mummy cloth having to all appearance to address some people who bad un- Â¬ the truth she spake not of herself but of turned small hole barely large enough for a man seen by me assembled while she propheto creep through it had been dug by jack- Â¬ been thrown into the ooflln at the moment to sail to cither dostiny Ho may choose away in that part of the Place of Tombs the voice within her that can sot He For the good and on him doth rest the evil which is to the loft of the large fortress of closing sied Ive been speaking a spoil over him this Atoua is a prophetess and holy Now als for the doorway and some part of the Ali eyed tho papyrus greedily but I that ho does Ho is the helm unto tho boat and Pharaohs guards mounted on asses just to make a way for tho virtue of my learn thou the destiny that the gods of cave were entirely sUted up and it was by medicine la la theres nothing like a Egypt have given to thee to fulfill and woe means of this Jackal bole that the tomb bad seized it and put it in my pocket for it was of Fate he is the shadow that goes before were hard upon us Then the messenger spoil If you dont believe it just come to be unto thee if by any weakness thou dost been discovered All crept in on his hands agreed that I was to have all that might bo the sword ho Is tho dream that presages cried to the old wife Atoua wboso tongue unwrap the the truth There is no Chance for man In had brought about the evil and told how me the next time your wives are barren fail therein 1 Listen thou art no stranger and knees and I followed to find myself discovered Then wo began to very broad his hour doth direct the Chance and as the soldiers drew near to slay ma And its better than scraping every pillar in the adopted into my house and the house of the lnaploco cold after tho hot outside air body It was covered with with a stylus doth map upon the tablet of they looked at each other not knowing Temple of Osiris I warrant Ill make em temple thou art my very sen saved unto and in contrast with the light filled with a strong bandage thickly wound and roughly tied sometimes by means of simple the world tho thing that he brought about what to do for had thoy hid me the guards palm But then bear like a twenty-year-ol-d me by this same woman But O Harmachis dazzling darkness We lit our candles and Â¬ for-Â¬ would not have stayed their search till 1 you see you must know what to say thats thou art more then this for in thee and me tho select body of thteres having arrived I knots the whole work bearing the appear- So haih the Invisible decreed and so And woe to him was found And the man gazing through the point every thing comes to a point at alone doth flow the Imperial blood of Egypt We were in a cave ance of having been executed in great haste ever to ever shall it be made an examination The Popular Xin e between was last La lal Thou and I alone of men alive are de- Â¬ the size of a lare room and hollowed by and with difficulty Just over the head cov- Â¬ whofuileth the doorway saw a little child at play lump Presently the bandages band the further part of tho cave being al-Â¬ a large scended without break or flaw from that Now when I heard all this I Harmachis Woman ho said whose Isthatchildl ering It were off and there on tho face lay Even as I write beyond the fertile fields most free from drift dust On tho walls put my hand to my head not knowing if I Pharaoh Nektnebf whom Ochus the Per- Â¬ she answered It Is my grandchild LAFAYETTE and second roll of papyrus I put down my the Nile is running red as though with a dreamed are religious paintiogs of the usual Ptole But presently looking up I saw sian drove from Egypt Tho Persian came tho foster brother of the Prince Harma- Â¬ a gray haired man among those who were and tho Persian wont and then after the maic character and among them one of a hand to lift it but it would not como awayÂ¬ blood Bright before me beats the light chis tho child to whose mother we owe this appeared to be fixed to tho stout seam upon the far Arabian hills and bright it evil case gathered together who watched us sharply Persian came the Macedonian and new for majestic old man with a long white beard It ZU r tirt Tr hu Ul TE WCB mUuat Ciure Â¬ which was drawn over the falls upon the carved chair holding and afterward f learned that this man was nigh upon threo hundred years have the A CLOVS GREW VTOS TB FACE OT THE WWHV Woman ho thou knowest who uuuiSleepijr Cars und Elepnt Ra wandIs seated in aBefore him is passing a less shroud and tied beneath the feet as a outhis withinpiles of Abouthis At Ab- duty do It and said again pointed at thy wholn body tho temples still do the a the the spy of Ptolemy yea the very man who Lagida usurped the double crown defiling he in his hand cimeg Chair Cars on Trains shroud which was no they make orison but had well nigh caused me to be slain of the land of Khem and corrupting the wor- Â¬ below in the city ceased to hewl aad the sacred Farler Cars on Say Tr ina procession of priests bearing tomb on im- Â¬ fanner ties scks This in one piece Doing priests still tne saenfico me offered know tho child I command thee by the Holy Name also thickly waxed was is more and tho ages In the far corner of the Pharaoh when I was in my cradle And ship of his gods And mark thou this but silence grew and grew till H was heavy as And sho trembled exceedingly because TIC HE LEAPED THUS nOKSinTJE TO SEE AXTq ia --right hand from the door is tho shaft of the made to fit the form like a garment I took stony roofs echo down the prayers of those tho child was of her own blood but neverthen I understood why Atoua spoke so fool- Â¬ now but two weeks since Is Ptolemy Neus death I felt ray spirits lifted up wfchta arrwinc Dionysius Ptolemy the Piper wne would me and my hair rase uses ray head Tbsa mummy pit a square mouthed well cut in a candle and examined the roll and then I who pray Still from here from this lone theless she took tho boy and washed him Ing mo ho asked me if I would como and ishly Thine are strango spells old wife he have slain thee dead and but now hath the of a suddea the miRbtypyloe soemod to the black reek Wo had brought a beam of saw why it was fast The spices had con- cell within my prison tower I tho Word of and set on him a robe of silk and laid him help him slay this lien or would I go and sit Shame watch thy fluttering banners O on my cradle And me she took and among tho old women and bid them comb said Thou dklst speak of Pharaoh and eunuch PothinUs that Very eunuch who rock beneath me a greet wind beat about thornwood and this was now laid across gealed and glued it to tho sack like shroud TU tie C L St I C B Ilwtj Big-- rear it away and TaniUU line the pit and a ropemado fast to it-- Then It was Impossible to get papyrus without Abouthis flaunting from thy pylon walls smeared with mud to mako my fair skin mysldolock This bitter word so angered the douhic crown and of a form fashioned came hither years ago to cut thee off set my brows and a voice spoke with ny tearing the outer sheets of and hear the chants as tho long procession darker and took my garment from me and roe that I was near to falling on him but by Ptah to bear It Is It not so at naught the will of his master the dead heart P inPaflrtSlerpiBpCrsPHio Reclining AH who to do him justice is a courageous I - r C art New First Class Coache At last however I wrenched it loose and winds from sanctuary to sanctuary Second Behold a sign Possess thyself ia Auletes and placed the boy Ptolemy upon Yea yea part of tho spell thou fool thief took hold of the rope and putting sot mo to play in the dirt of tho yard which In place thereof forgcttlngmy fathers say- Â¬ C - Coaches and Baggae Cars all run throngi put It with the other In my pocket O Abouthis lost Abouthis my heart goes I did right gladly come candles Into the breast of his robe ing I answered that if hewould como along and what can one swear by better notva- - the throne And therefore hath his sister patience O Harmachis cut change between isdi s U and Then in silence wo went on with our out toward thee I For the diy comes when And even as the voice spoke a eeid hand Then the man hid himself and presontly I would go with blm and seek this lion and days than by the divine Pharaoh the Piper Cleopatra that fierce and beautiful girl dreadful task With much care we ripped the desert sands shall fill thy boly places 1 the soldiers rodo up and asked of tho Old he should learn If I wcro Inderd a coward Elegant Reclining Chair Cars whom and wboso music may the gods pre-Â¬ fled Into Syria and there if I err not will touched my band aad left soasewhat wMMbi BOTTEXK New wife if this were tho dwelling of the High And at first ho would not for as men know loose the sack like garment and at last the Thy gods are doomed O Abouthis serve to charm this happy land 1 What bet-Â¬ sho gather her armies and make war upon lr Then the deed rotted free- - the f eeelfe body of a man lay before us Between his faiths shall make a mock of nil thy holies ILL ter than by tho double crown he wears her brother Ptolemy for by her fathers the moos and the wind passed aad --tar She told them yea It is our custom to hunt tho lion in compaPriest Amonomhatl knees was a third roll of papyrus I se- and centurion shall call unto centurion and bade them enter and offered them nies so It was my hour to mock Thereon grace to great Alexander of Macedonia By will was she left joint sovereign with him pjkra ceased to tremble and the sight P I KU q ni T B TT K ort cured it and then held down the lights and across thy fortress walls I weep I weep honey and milk for they were athirst as the sight had bees he went and fetched his bow and arrow3 the way you know about everything Have And meanwhile mark thou this my son Being a doctor one glance tears of blood for mine is tho weakness looked at him eagle bangs the And as the light came back 1 gased -- pom forth my Ccmmodlous Reclining Chair Cars Thereafter the eunuch that was with them and a sharp knife And Iabrought of thorn they got back his chlamysyct which Mith withRoman talons till suchon high waiting may that which had bees left within ray heat was enough to tell me how he that brought about these evils and mine asked if ho at bis face ready spear BSTWT last t that wore the son of Amenemhat heavy and at which had shaft pomegran- Â¬ ridatcs took to Cost Pompcy wore Itfancy fall upon the fat wether time asaud rend died is their shame had Egypt forever tho end thereof a It was a bad of the holy lotas bow break didnt hel In his triumph too Just Yea wood who lay in tho cradle and she said This body was not much dried up EviÂ¬ Behold it is written hereafter And mark again the people of ing Into bloom and theref raaa oa o a awst Pompey in the cloak of Alexander a puppy him yea and began to tell the guards how ate in silver to hold the hand from slipping Via SHXDOT Â¬ dently it had not passed seventy days In weary of the foreign yoke they sweet scent Here In Abouthis was I born I Harand togothcr In silence wo went sido by dog in a lions skin And talking of lions Egypt are Â¬ C I StLC tpj TP WBBC1 natron and therefore tho expression and machis and my father tho justified in be would bo great for it had been propheAndaslgazedthereoabehohi tfeemtas side to where tho lion lay When wo came look what this lad hath done slain a lion hate the memory of the Persians sick at likeness wore better preserved than Is Osiris was High Priest of tho Temple of sied of him that he should ono day rule to the place it was near sundown and thorc aa rtcrls eloie snd lm roaii with his own spear and right glad you vil- Â¬ heart are they of being called Men of passed fros oat ray grasp aad vanished them all mrit coBaertloni are made iciUi all Lines to usual Without entering into particulars Sethi And on tint same day of my birth leaving me astonished upon the mud of tho canal bank wo found lage folks should bo to see it for it was a Macedonia in the markets of Alexandria laughed Tncrcon Tffntand fioat irnt sj oi the orth I will only say that I hope I shall never see was born also Cleopatra the Queen of one of them tho Greek guards smote off and the lions slot which ran into a thick clump very ficrca hoa Just sco tho teeth and The whole land mutters and murmurs TO BE COiFTISTaBB seizing the child Its KtiUilIfriEdp FshtU beneath tho yoke of the Greex and the such another look as that which was frozen Eypt In thoso fields I passed my youth head His claws with a sword and tho eunuch drew of reeds thou boaster I said wilt thou claws a poor silly old They are enough to shadow of the Roman Have net they tu ned at any Ticket OBeeC l St I on this dead mans face Even tho Arabs watching the baser people nt their labors Now woman like me shriek mako BUCOLIC SIMPLICITY -- C v TUacviatKjilireiitaU Coupon Ticket recoiled from it in horror and began to mut- and going in and out at will among the great forth the signet of Pharaoh as warrant for lead tho way Into yonder reeds or shall I Have not their children been oppressed CiTict ihT clot Ihe country the deed and showed it to the old wife And I made as though I would lead the way to look at themlionAnd the body there the been butchered and their gains wrung from ter prayers courts of the temples Of my mother I Atoua bidding her tell the High Priest dead body tho slew It Alack hes an A Good Woman Who Didnt Mind a H ICKN ECAK Ceairst-spdT-tE- tnt be not so Osiris now the body And to think of it them to fill tho bottomless greed and lust Nay nay he answered For tho rest the usual opening on the left knew naught for she died when I yet hung Thing- Use a oom son should be a King without a side through which the embalmers did at the breast But ere she died so tho old that his The brute will spring upon thee and but half an hour ago ho was an every day oftheLagidsl Have not the temples been mad The primitive ways of hueeHe stopBmty head Â¬ shoot among the mortal lio yuu or roe Weil away with forsaken their work was absent the finely cut feat- wife Atoua told to roe she took from a At havo not the dinne majes- sometimes run against the reaaed tastes af And their number rend thee Seel I will ures were thoso of a person of middle age coffer of ivory an uncus of puro gold and saw meas they went ono of and called out reeds Perchance if he sleeps it will him to the embalmers Hell soon swell in ties of the eternal gods been set at naught city bred humanity says the Washiajrtea playing in tho dirt And ho drew his bow at a the sun and burst and that will save by these Grecians babblers who have dared Post A couple of gen Heme were travel Â¬ although the hair was already gray and the laid it on my brow And those who saw her was more breeding in yonder arouse him venture frame that of a powerful man the shoul- Â¬ do this thing believed that she was dis- Â¬ that there them tho trouble of cutting him open to meddle with the immortal truths ing through Pike County lad reeeaah L OF ARTISTIC width I traught of the divinity and that In her mad- Â¬ And bow it chanced I know not but tho Not that they will spend a talent and name the Most High by another and stopped at a farm-he-s- e ders being of an extraordinary for dtener CEOPATEA very closely how- Â¬ ness she foreshadowed that tho day of sub-Â¬ They got lion and like a of silver over him anyway confounding the arrow struck the sleeping had not time to examine Seventy days name Serapis about what they expected b eea against the smooth ever for within a few seconds from Its un the Macedonian Lagidao was ended belly of a cloud he in natron thats all hes likely to get La Egypt and potatoes soggy salt rista bread aad Doth not stance of tho Invisible placed his bare feet flash of light from tho sidesofthowcllandbegan to descend with tavoring the unemb lmed body now that it for Ptolemy Auletes tho Piper then wore cry aloud for freedom and shall she cry in black chickory coffee bounded f 10m tho shelter of tho reeds and lal how my tonguo does run and its get Very soon ho had van Â¬ was exposed to the action of the air began tho double crown and that Egypts scepter us with bristling mane and yel-Â¬ ting dark Come arent you going to take vain Nay nay for thou my son art the great rapidity toodbefcro Will ye her long or short sweclniiliiT To thee ished Into the blackness and the agi-Â¬ to crumble In fivo or six minutes there should once again pass to the hand of one away the body of that poor lad aud the appointed way of deliverance low eyes tho arrow quivering In hla flank being sunk ia eld have I decreed my rights asked the mistress ot the first stranger Hon too There my boy you keep those the cord alone told us that any was literally nothing left of it but a wisp of of Egypts true nnd royal race But when tation of He roared aloud in fury and the earth He didnt know just what thing was going on below At lastthe ropo hair the skull and a few of the larger my father the High Priest Amenemhat herbs on and youll never feel your Already is thy name whispered in many a himself la for hut vesturedheawas solrtag shook profersnoe scratches I know a thing or two for all sanctuary from Abu even untoAthu al ceased shaking and a faint shout came boBOS J noticed that one of the tibia I who even then was full of years for I was Shoot with the bow I cried shoot ready do priests and people swear alle- Â¬ for long sweetening His hostess dipped a crazy and you my own grandson nrmbllngup the well announcing Airs sate forgot if it was the right or the left had his only child and tho child of his ace she Im swiftly ere he spring I long grimy forefinger into a pan of tfefek arrival Then far bolow a tiny star of been fractured andvery badly set It must who was his wlfo before my mother having But the courage had left the breast of the Dear dear Im glad his Hohness tho High giance even by the sacred symbols unto gummy sorghum sirup withdrew K wHb havo been quite an inch shorter than the been for what crime I know not cursed by light appeared He had lit the candle his Priest adopted you when Phnraoh made an him who shall bo declared unto them boaster His jaw dropped down and its sticky burden thrust it leto the eaSee thereby disturbing hundredsef bats that other Sekhot with tho curse of barrenness I say fingers unloosed their hold so that the bow end of his son you look so bonny I war Â¬ StUl the time is not yet thou art too green cup stirring it until dissolved aad pasaed 3K-Well there was nothing mora to find and when my father came In and saw what the flitted up In an endless stream loud cry ho rant tho real Harmachis could not have a sapling to bear the weight ot such a over the decoction The sees d str sge fell from them Then with a as spirits The rope was hauled up now that the excitement was over what dying woman had done he lifted up his turned and fled behind me leaving tho lion killed a lion liko that Give mo the common storm But to day wast thou tried and promptly expressed his desire far eeee found wanting He who would serve the again and now It was my turn but as I debetween the heat the exertion and the hand toward the vault oi ncaven ana aaorea In my path But while I stood waiting my blood say L Its so lnsty gods O Harmachis must put aside the fail Â¬ Without any sweetening at all clined to trust my neck to the You know too much grumbled tho spy smell of mummy dust and spices I f olt more the Invisible because of the sign that had doom for though I was soro afraid When Principal B T Jaasey was earn method of descent tho end of the cord dead than alive been sent And even as ho adored behold Well he Is brave ings of tho flesh Taunts must not move I would not fly the lion crouched now quite deceived Virginia twenty odd years age with ths was mdo fast round my middle and I was himself and turning not aside with one youth Here you men boar thb body hack him norany lusts of man Thine is a high palgnlng In a lam tired of writing and the ship rolls tho Hathors filled my dying motherstrength farm asked for a lowered bodily into those sacred depths This letter of course goes ovenand and I Spirit of Prophecy and she ttao la great bound swept over me touching me to Abouthis and somo ot you stop and help mission but this must thou learn An thou ho stopped at An oldhouse aad brought out woman Nor vas it a pleasant journoy for If the am coming by long sea but 1 hope to bo from tho couch and thrice prostrated her- Â¬ not He lit and again he bounded full on me skin the lion WeU send the skin to learn it not thou shalt fall therein and glass of milk pan thick with cream which she sat oa master of the situation above had made any in London within ten days after you get at self before the cradle wheyo I lay asleep the boasters back striking him such a blow you young man he wenton not that you then my curse bo on the I and the curse a mistake I should have been dashed to Then I williellyou of my pleasing experi- Â¬ the Royal asp upon my brow and cried with his great paw that lis head was deserve it To attack a boa like that was of Egypt and the curse of Egypts broken the table A peculiar hauap waa visible is Also the bats continually flew into ences In the course of the ascent from tho aloud piece tho act of a fool and a fool deserves what gods For know thou this that even the tha center ot tho pan under the crushed as an egg thrown against a stone Hall to thee fruit of my womb Hail to S my face and clcng to my hair and I have a tomb chamber and of how that prince of He fell down dead and the lion stood and ho gets destruction Never attack the gods who aro immortal may in the inter- The old lady peered at It through her tpee woven scheme ot things lean upon the man tacles grcol dislike of bats At last after some rascals Ali Baba and his thievos tried to thee Boyal child Hall to thee roared over hi i Then 1 was mad with strong until you are stronger ron x xoNT tobt wavered Notherot them pesky suae she ex-Â¬ But for my part I went homo won wao is their Instrument even ss a war mlantes of jerking and dangling I fou3 frighten me into handing ovor the papyri that shalt be Hail to thee God that Shalt horror and scarce knowing what I did 1 rior on his sword And woe be to the claimed She reached la aad drew the via myself standing in a narrow passage by the and how I were tod thorn Then too we purge the land Divine seed of Nekt neb the brat than In tne Prince Harmachis and for grasped my spear and with a shout I dering sword that snaps In the hour of battle for Um from his milky grave by the tali Hold Â¬ I expect that Oslrian Keep thou pure and thou shalt a moment they wavered thinking to slay charged As I charged tho lion lifted him side of the worthy AU covered with bats will get the rolls deciphered CHAPTER DX it shall bo thrown asido to rust There- ing it above the pan with one hand she tee Â¬ up on bis hinder legs to greet me bo and perspiration snd with the skin rubbtid they only contain tho nsual thing copies of rule and deliver Egypt and not be broken mo also but in the end they passed on self the finger and thumb of the ether aad pure and Then another the Book of the Bead but there may be But if In tho hour of trial thou dost fall bearing the head of my off my knees and xnuckloa foster brother for that his head stood up abrvo me Ho smote OF THE BEEDtTKB OF JLMZSE BAT OF TIT fore make thou thy heart no common high stripped it ot Its coating of ereata POAT OF ItABUACBlS ASD OF TUKSICX and strong for thine is lot man came down hand ovor hand like a somot isg ciso in them Needloss to say I then may the curse of all the Gods of Egypt thoy loved not to murder little children at me with his paw but with all my strength BY THE HOLT G0D3 orvN and thlao no mortal meed Triumph and J annoy was brought up asesg the Louden sailw and as the rest were told to stop did cot narrate this little adventure in rest upon thee and tho curse of thy Royal But after awhile the mother of the dead I drove tho broad spear Into bis throat and a eieaaliaessthe 0R awhile as I Har- - in glory shalt thou go In glory here and Quakers aad bis behei la deep aboTewo were ready to troou Aiiwent Egypt or I should havo had the Boulcc Mu forefathers the justihed wao-- ruiea me child returned from tho market place and shrinking from the agony of the steel his rooted He U next to godUnesa was land before thee even from tho ago of when sho round what had been done she blow foil short and did no more than rip tho uoou oyo machswent tho juice hereafter tail and woe woo bo oat eel first with his caudlo --of course we each had seum peopio on my traq changed his order to water at eace wretchHe paused and bowed his head aad then of the green herbs Mafish Binecsh as All Baba always said Horns taenia liromayest thou be a candle leading the way down a long and her husband would havo slain Atoua skin Back he foil the great spear far In Why yedentraind little this which the old wife went en psssaga about fivo feet high At length In duo course my friend the writer of the ed and after death may Osiris refuse thco tho old wife her mother and given mo up his throat Then rising he roared in pain that do yot asked the tedy -- Jy lefts wa VI Flflm Atoua had placed tho passago widened out and we letter from which I have quoted arrived in and tho judges of Amontl give judgment to the soldiers of Pharaoh but my father and leapt twice tho height of a man straight Sekhet torment came in likewise and learned the truth and into the air sminng at tho spear with his T upon my wounds Of these matters shalt thou hear more wouldnt a keered it it had been fail of chamber I London and on tho very next day we paid against thes and Set and Zf tomb the in were Is if caused mo much smart hereafter Meanwhile thou hast much to rafee1 think the hottest and most silent a visit to an acquaintance well versed in thee even until such time as thy sn by ho caused the man and his wife to be seized fore paws Twice ho leaped thus horrible I Gods of Egypt called stYaaee Tho writer has seen a down but presently tho pain learn To morrow wUl I give thee letters hieroglyphics and demotic writing With purged and the place ever entered It was simply stifling by night and bid away in tho dark places of to see and twice he fell upon his back Ira-P-It ceased And of a truth and thou shalt pass down the KBe evea pact akin one hundred five eeiala six mtaoteaa This tomb chamber Is r square roam cut in what anxiety wo watched him skiHfully strange nimes once moro are worshiped the Temple so that none saw them moro Then his strength spent itself with his rush or dampening and unfolding one of the rolls In the temples of Egypt and tho staff of a bull he died believe that there was walto waUedMemphls to Op EeUopoHsJ and a wager Seizing the sappery ash vri h I But I would to day it hod been the will of ing blood and groaning like A2JD tho rock and totally devoiitof paintings the virtue in thomf or with Â¬ there shalt thou solouru certain years aad bethhasus he week bite the head Marty sculpture I held up the candles and and peering through his gold rimmed the Oppressor Is broken and clean footsteps the Gods that I had been slain of tho sol- and J being but a lad stood and trembled and the diers and not the innocent child in two days my flesh learn moro of oar ancient wisdom beneath o between his strong white teeth tcur place were glasses at the mysterious characters may of the foreigner are swept now that all cause of fear had With fear Abont the looked around LOWEST OONSISTSHT PEIOSS thing is accomplished a3 thou in thy weak Â¬ healed up so that after a time the shadow of that sacred pyramid ot which eowa the skin at the neck aad tear ItaCat And thereafter It was given out that the passed strewn the coma lids nnd the mummied well bo imagined no marks remained ness shalt caust it to be done Bat I beÂ¬ thou too art the Hereditary High Priest a stogie n tt But as I stood and gazed at the dead body bodies that the Arabs remains uf the two HighPriest Amcneichat bod taken mo to bo Hum he said whatever It Is this is thought mo that I had dis Â¬ that Is to be And meaawhilewid Is there And when sho bad spoken thus tho Spirit as n son to him in the place of that of Har of himjJtvho had taunted mo and at the car- Â¬ We bave the largest trade in Cenlral bad previously violated The paintings on not a copy of the Book of the Dead By iMseaaweediaaow boing tC ad Jar obeyed the word of the old aod vatch for my hour is not yet and bv asaiaag soap for market A tsetscy ha fell cass ol the lion a woman v cvea tho same the farmer were 1 noticed of great beauty George whats Kentucky ami guarantee MitWaction CleCleo Cleopatra of Prophecy went oat of her and shethat michis who was slain of Pharaoh dead across tho cradle where Islept so wife Atoua who though I knew il net High Priest Amenemhat who was called taehelpof the gods aatatho web wheraia sees started at O thrie aad Wicir -h no knowledge of hiero oil tfcough having my dear sirs as I am a living man 5 for prices and informa eiyphles I COTld not decipher tbem Beads Why thQ history of somebody who lived in I awoke with a cry as yat had offered up her flesh and blood my father For till to day 1 tn w net that fches shH hold the wacp C --Caeedeata where the weed grows plea l Qy Du this Is CHAP5ER If Uuii before ordering aay Blyle of wort Cecaehtth r my sea eeut tether aad MBaeen e me cpa to -- ursriKf that I alight be saved alive came running he was la truth my father necordiog to the my father Amenemhat the wrappings liy around the re But and spicy the days of Cleopatra Well theres six OF THZ DI80BXDI5C2 OF HARJfACHH OF CT Wa own sea M-- --woe the brew for too art all toward ma For she had been gathering flesh bavtog beae teafht awlwere those of a raaa months work fcefora me heresix months Priest trembled and was very leari maias which R vrrsaoTTHE uo hiv tertr va rs aaa The root withers a i asoof ths sphwjh VPM ADAMS BON Importers stances- - w ureia she had great skill by the hops n anaa S hut J tn ft hrt SB la aa eaicBt t t4 ail the and a woman The head had been broken f at the very least I And In that joyful beesaseof tbJ wards which bad he to Off IH 8 OLD VTITB AJO A y 9 48 I trgers edge uot kaowicg that w WpiMe4wUtM waotoii o the Vie Ky body of the man Itookit p and prospect labM OfiesBBv Sf WMU- - by ths Spirit cf the Bailors - KEHTDCKT CEHTBU B B BLUE GRASS ROUTE Lexington Cincinnati i vc aarzerjGKSy at it It had been closely shaved after deUir I stnulitsay from the general indications and tho features were dis- Â¬ figured wUh gold leaf But notwithstand Â¬ ing this and the shrinkage of the flesh I think the face was ono of tho most impos- Â¬ ing and beautiful that I ever saw ft was that of a very old man and his dead coun- Â¬ tenance still wore so calm and solemn In Â¬ deed so awful a look that I grew quite superstitious though us you know I am pretty well aeoustomed to dead people and put tho head down In a hurry There were still some wrappings left upn the faco of the second body and I did not remove them but she must have been a fine largo woman in her day There Is tho other mummy said AU pointing to a largo and solid case that had tho appearance of having been carelessly thrown down in a corner for it was lying on its side 1 went up to It to examine it It was well made but f perfectly plain cedar wood not an inscription not a solitary god on it Â¬ ttilt 1 Tisr48 L OSfSV s4jkC rea tt ths j1 ad ark t a 4- gj3S SffvlNtratCv TSrK snt I I i I tijiB ipm mr iis H r Â¬ Â¬ I ruling Â¬ X ill ct icii I rvland j 1 Â¬ V T Â¬ as lO lO Â¬ Vss5Va23SSJSw Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Indianapolis CHICAG aslcent O Iiht soiiip Â¬ Cincinnati and StLouicf Â¬ II SIuu tlit Cincinnati and Peoria - ljjlli ws Â¬ itrUcoSt nt Â¬ f 1 crcnrvcia Kswand Original Designs - MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble IS PSfc Â¬ Paroh Saj ereu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Firsl CJass fill tK4ij MO a ie J fWnle thI lilk J-- IraoTON othe ftrjytu tt -- SCC- tre j Bbsto 3 ttT- - lilffP 3BWiV vP SADDLES T PKEVEXT10NOF D1PIHERIA A COLORED BISHOP ON RACE TROUBLES THE GIANT OR ARBUTUS MADRQNA TREE OF CAF1F0RNIA 1 oM and reliable Saddle and G W PIGKSLSto second Street next N 3 Ilrnees llonse of House I11 throwing your money away by buying shoddy goods C XV t f has a complete Saddles Harness Bridles L L I c v-- Spurs Horse furry Combe Scrapers A eighth Soaps Oik and lwiig else needed by persons aiidle Itorsee N Whips Saddles Manufactured to Order In saving money by buying a 1 none bnt Uie best material the best of everything at t 1 Gentlemens ladies and Saddles kept in stock reasonable prices and t II r -- E tr II Lr ur - of every description I hains llamas Backhands hands Collars Collar Pads String Mow Lines Blind o Whips and other things 1 11 the farm J experienced workmen em- ii Bowmnci Grkent Kv Out S9 lb the Jleallh Official end people of Kentucky The usual prevalence of Diptlieria In many feci ions or the dtale makes it important that he attention nf our health officials ami people kIiouIJ be called to the best known methods for preventiuK the occurrence or restrict- Â¬ ing the ypread of the disease Diptlieria is both contagious and in- Â¬ fectious attacking persons if nil axes but affecting children much more fre quenlly than adults It may be oui municated from the hick to he well directly or by means of persons clothing toys pet animals or other things infected by the nick or sick room and esjiecially by cups or other articles which pass from mouth to mouth In a sense It is a filth ditr eaoe sometimes seeming to originate spontaneously in the presence of bad Office of StateBoakd of Health 17 B lR want a Saddle you have you make money by Ired to select from ranging When e from 4 upwards If you j getting the v ct of Harness yoH have a 1 to select from ranging in rom 4 up j i prices of Plow Gear from xcaertto the best Some -And entirely new in Curry Combs i nudotncbt lot ot lap Cloths 1 Lnnisht to Richmond 41- f Exactly 1j - uu a I -- -- BeslofEyerytti wliatyoiiM --At th- e- 1 t7 MERI Orand Clearance Sale of Wall LOWEST PRICE All this you can do by getting your FALL and WINTER W 1 c EC lil uut IT we had made j tr mind lo ry ril rf tlte seasons bimhIs er at m hat pnea llwy ImhI lo mii Blank w ml Ht 5 eeutti lo GMi nt ct EhU 1 hkU roil IS cpjUp til of them tix i uenlly we have d feu Fool u Umm No Oia Goofls Left T JFtt OJUL us CI J V A TKBXKKDOt6 STOCK OF 1 MAMMHE GAPS NEW GOODS ciieaot j BOOTS SHOES j oils f 111 ue to tbe finest btiml- - iM ewdlews varieties and at HATS Frs X Lower Than Ever tttte COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods orauy otker oily in the ami remember Iuioa We Will Not Be Undersold UOME iaitd Tle ptrirfie geu rrc invited to ItMqteet goods and Your obedient HtrvaHt iu AD SEE US tie WALLACE I RICE Given GEO M WILLGING I orator iu Paint and Paper gA Away Great Book Dna tiU 11 11 Carriages I 111 SEW BUGGIES HEW PEffiTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES ly vehicles are alt new and of the et putterite They are for sale most reasonable terms a vehicle eotne and see me ami 1 v home willtoat one JOHN DOXELcON Ifoi 1 WE CAKRY 2CONE BUT THE WMTTS w r BEST GOODS and as our Mock is tint large we nre continually renewini it and therefore our stock Is ALWAYS FHE6H We - - rnJ Pflilara Op UNIVERSITY r 5 ef S J3 test College the IVerU t t Iloaor JtI Oolil Jlrdnl wr all at II r i fiiofifnrhjretfllof e tl pan iMwta j Joni WO kiiI Ivntrn IMMriH - wmu rf lkx kiliHr n Conn nuiiwhln wimTCl -KY- - rr - Buy ai Sell for Casli us one trial and 30U will 11W ithmvt a c and in consequence our prices are v I t l Joint - Alunkinc rrrt WockMen- MmEiw ratrFallIIUl Tuition jallnrT Bt ft Bff SUotU 1 ic m k i 1 r or lth li- - Bni4m M 4il lMmrlmntt Tar LMillm i1 Exceedingly Low rlt frMil iMrhfrx and riMM 3o 1mfc nrwiloiu Jr inter i XV MMXTK or lxincf on jito- t3Give be convinced Ky HAGAN 9- - CEENAULT J A G WILLIAMSON M C1TV KNGlNEEit ivil Engineer and Surveyor -- j np8 made Gtttimates fr Uallwayn Ttoadwaya ramafe Towh LiOtb Tuni- - For 15 ytir at 37 Cwt now at Kiveti OUXVVIilO P retraced Special attention clveii TBiitirCftl maps and iiluts of and tc fiolicHedrther lauds CorreKpond- with parties IntcreMed tj ktvp8 01 laitua iu mouuiam couu- Lra of Kentucky rSTOfflce City Hall IUcbmondKy ip ITT vn IUrlVAlJ UAIMJ TTl laid ill c 3225EarketSt Bet Tkird and 8mm mommmtmi cLiiMlgj ilt ptwvc m4 o ClTTmrT3lTd m fcU prOk OHRQNIC and SESUAIi BlS EASES Spermatorrhea and Impotence j nmU f tf la yab canal ummi U m f trcryuvrnckr e vfd4BC c tMu nriaccCaKXarvHaM hrtwQil KaiWJixtt ht wb tiM Caafttri amjirUgc r at af liaa taprapr ariai wakpyf Swictar cuul rawer Aa 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DMILLER 109 BaUVawhaMHI E3trrrf3a913iHH aMTlijEFKJAjM IRVINE STREET fev Door to Post Office mmzixyizizm mmmBKZtJmisti urniture Eepairing AND UPHOLSTBBING - r xmipW BaVWS5fiPJMflH - ilCAXFSTS LAID IN STYLE 3lelwBC 24- Bishop W JGainea of the African Tbe genius really belongs 1 the Old Methodist Episcopal Church who lives World Asia 1ms the secie8 aud In Athrnta iu reply to s request for his opinion on the present straiued rela Mexico claims one or two repretentulives but the pride of the family and tions between the races in the Bomb delight of nrboriculturist is the strong said child of ilia I have just returned from an Epis healthy aud handsome eighty fo one west const It is often Â¬ ooiial lour through Alabama and Geor gia and believe that I understand fully hundred feet high three feet iu diamethe feelings of the colored people for I ter aud famous specimen iu Marin have talked freely with them ou all county has a measured girt of twenty subjects I feel safe in saying that there three feet at the branching point of tho is a deep strong aud sincere desire for tremendous stem with many of the The peace friendship aud good will with hraiiches three feet through our white neighbors among our people foliage is light and airy the leaves bright green They iao deplore aud deprecate the oblong pale beneath The bloom is In dense racemes faot tnat any persou who claims to be above a leader should use language capable of of cream white dlnwers the fruit a inciting harsh feelings or riotous con- Â¬ dry orange colored berry rough nud duct between the races and there Is no interesting But the charm of the political campaign or movement 011 Madiona outside of its general appear- Â¬ foot to justify tbe seeming rupture of ance is iu its hark no it is not a bark good aud friendly feelings Auy talk it Is a skin delicate In texture smooth to the contrary whether from whiteor aud as soft to tbe touch as tbe shoulder of au infant In the strong suullght sanitary surrounding and certainly black emanates from persons not in- of the Bummer these trees glisten with spreading more rapidly and belug moat terested in tbe welfare of both races the rich color of polished cinnamon The good and conservative people of fatal iu such localities nud In the moist shadow of the spring- Â¬ Diptlieria Is a preventable disease both races should severely frown down time they are velvety iu combination Proper preventive measures are almost and condemn auy rash action vlolput colors of old gold and sagp green iuvariably followed by tbe limitation measures aud intemperate language of There is a human pose to the trunk Tariff reform picnics in Missouri white or colored demagogues who of the disease to the first ense or cases Seen through the tangle of the thicket seem to grow iu topulurity At La When it gets away from the primary would iuvite race war Foolish aud it looks like the brown little body of moille lately one was attended by cases and makes its escape upon the wild prophecies of imaginary evil un- an Indian aud iu the moonlight the 5000 people including many who community ramebody is to blame necessarily agitate the people unsettle graceful upsweep of its branches is like The foouer we accept this as a sauitury busiues nud hurt the value of property careless lilting of a dutky maidens have heretofore voted the Republican ticket Senntors Vest nud Cockreli maxim the sooner we shall begin to do My advice would be to tbe colored peo arms Every feature is feminine were the principal speakers our duties as individuals and as com- pie to work save their money buy They grow iu groves or neighborhoods homes and educate their children and munities The United Slates steamship Pen aud seldom stand in isolation courtesy As mhiii as it is known that a person if it be possible as it lieth In you to to the winds mock at dignified sacola with the African Solar expedi the live peaceably with all men I thank has the diptlieria he bhould immedi evergreens and naktf and with every ti in on board left New York hist week God that the Georgia Senate voted ately be separated from the rest of favorable breeze and opportunity fight Her destination is St Paul de Lohii the family aud put into a sunny well down the bill advocated by the speech desperately with the mountain lilacs audo on the coast of Afrlcn where ventilated aud plainly furnUIied room of Senator Gibbs although the Presi- Â¬ that toss high Iheirpurp1e plumes on the savauts intend gathering impor- Â¬ preferable on tbe upper flwr nud as dent had cast the decisive vote The the head waters of Los Gatos reek tant facts about the eclipse of the sun which will take place on December 22 disconnected as possible from other men who stir up all this blood and Fred M Sotners iu Harpers Maganext room esjiecially the living aud sleep hurtful excitement are not the ones w ho zine for October ing rooms of children No other per-Â¬ suffer Usually they hare nothing at The married women who commit THE LONDON ANDNORTUWESTERN son besides the nurse aud necessary stake but it is solid substantial men suicide nre slightly In the majority attendants should be permitted to en- who must pay the penalty of Ihe rash At the lunch recently given to the over Iho unmarried More single men ter the room nud they should take uess of the worthless I do not believe Americau engineers by Mr Webb lie take their own lives than married men every precaution not to carry Ihe In the officials of the East Tennessee gave the follow lug very interesting Out of every three married men who Virginia aud Georgia Railway are in fection to others figures ou the London Northwestern commit suicide two are without chilThe health officers of the town or sympathy with the mob who assaulted Railway The company lie said hnd dren and out of every four married county should be notified within 521 the company of ministers at Bixley I n capital in Americau money of S523 women threo are without children hours aud he should co operate with am sure they are not Neither do I be- 000000 annual revenue 51600000 and and the same proportions hold good the physician and family to keep the lieve that the majority of the colored au annual expenditure 26500000 among widows and widowers A blue flag people are in sympathy with the hein The number of persona employed by disease from spreadlug When Capt Jones the general or a cant with diptlieria on it iu large ous crimes committed by some of the Ihe company was G0000 and iu the superintendent of the great Carnegie worthless of our race and wlieu such plain letters t hould be placed iu a cnu locomotive department 10000 the works at Braddocks near Pittsburg f4cuous position on the house No crimes are committed white people miles operated 2500 theie were 800 was burled last week the men begged should not condemn tbe whole colored child or persou haviug the care of stations 30000 Mgnai levers were in for a days leave to attend the fuiinl children should be permitted to enter race I know from personal experience ue there were 13500 lamps lighted which was granted at a cost of 50000 thousands of laboring colored people every uight tbere were 1400 tbe house to the company The cost was owing cabins The discharges from the throat are far above every form of crime I the number of paengers carried was to the chilling of the rolls the banking moutti and nose are exceedingly pois- know their wishes and prayers are Let 57000000 annually weight of tickets up of the furnaces and the cooling of We have lived iu onous nud should be received on soft us have peace issued 50 tons number of goods and the tremendous machinery kept at a Im- Â¬ freedom twenty five years wittiout a cloths and immediately burned or minerals carried 36000000 annually red heat day aud night together with war and by calm aud considerate mersed in a solution of chloride of race engine mileage er year 55525334 the loss of the product for the time lime six ounces to the gallon of water actions we could so remalu for the next In May last with a mileage of 4750 consumed The bed and body linen immediately century I believe I have spoken the 000 they had with tliese passenger The Chattanooga ArgU3 says It upon removal should be boiled for half sentiments of a large majority of the trains only one hot crank pin and will be observed that the visit of Gov My hearts an hour or immersed in the chloride colored people of Georgia witli the goods trains two such failures David B Hill to theSotitli has resulted of lime solution for twenty four hours desire and prayer to God is that the nud they had only one failure of a iu a very strong political feeling for In no case should such clothing go cool and conservative white aud color- Â¬ cnuuecling rod for both goods and pas him From appearances one can ed men will strive to keep down every- Â¬ seuger into the family wash trains The number of tons of judge that the Governor will have a thpre thing capable of disturbing the pros- water consumed was 20 000 coal ued No persou from a house where very strong following in the next is diptlieria should go into public as perity of our couutry 2700 per day pounds of water evapo national Democratic convention We semhlies as churches fairs or concerts rated per pound of coal used 7 45 believe it would be a splendid idea to TUE RAISIN INDUSTRY OF CALIFORNIA aud esiecially schools Dui idg the year beyond the ordinary nominate Gov Hill for the Presidency Persons who have bad diptlieria services they had run 41314 special and the same opinion is expressed by should not mingle witli the public for Fresno county the geographical cen- Â¬ passenger trains 47233 special goods leading Democrats ail over the Stale some time after the last trace of the ter of the fertile and extensive San trains 78287 special cattle and mineral of Tennessee dhease 1ms left the throat and nose Joaquin Valley is the headquarters of total 160832 trains The company Edwin C Colgau died in this cityand only after their clothing has been this rapidly growing Infant industry owned 5300o wagon 5000 carriages yesterday morning after a short illness thoroughly washed or disinfected No The soil aud climate prove so well 3200 horses 3100 carts 2500 en nines Ed Colgau us he was generally known child from a house where the dKett3e adapted to the growth aud curing of and 20 steamship The crewe engine was a man of wide acquaintance and has prevailed should be permitted to the fruit that the production baa in- works occupied 11C acres of ground popularity He whs a brave soldier enter school except upou the certificate creased from 25000 twenty pound the coveriug urea being 30 acres under Morgan for several years he boxes three years ngo to over 800000 f a physician that it is safe to do ho was engaged in the drug business here In case of death the body should be boxes the current year New acreage NEWS PARAGRAPHS and later he was connected with the wrapped in a sheet saturated with the has been added to such an extent that Eliznbethtown Ex Gov Hurtranft of Pennylva- - press of Louisville chloride lime solutiou aud put iu a it is estimated the crop of 1S00 will Piucville and Middleshorough pub is dead tight cofliu The funeral should be exceed two and one half million boxes nia lishing a paper in the latter place at strictly private and In no case should Tbe muscatel of Alexandria and Hippolyte lias been unanimously the time of liU death His genial children or tiiose haviug the care of the muscat of Gorda Bluuca are the elected President of Hayti presence will be misled by till with two varieties grovvu The average children lie permitted to attend Benjimin Moore died near Rock whom he was iu any way association death or complete recovery iield is three tons of fruit per acre port After Courier Journal Indiana Saturday at the nge of the room should be disinfected under which is dried for ten days ou trays in 10S Kansas has commenced to enforce supervision of the health officer or the vineyard aud hauled in large shalthe It is stated that the Prince of Wales the law against usury parsed by the a competent physician First mat- low boxes to the packing houses at the rooms has Brighls disease aud will not live a last legislature which provides that tresses comforts and other like things railroad and placed iu sweating the lender is liable to the losses of both Sueh to complete the curing process They year badly soiled should be burned priueipal nud interest If the litter fingers clothing and bedding as can be washed are then sorted by the uimble O B Bobbyshell lias been appoint should be boiled or pluced iu the chlo- of girls The fine large bunches on the ed director of the mint at Philadel exceeds the legal rate At Tupeka iu a suit for SSOOO ami interest for several To 6terns are selected for the first quality phia ride solutiou as above directed years the defendant plead usury aud disinfect the room proceed as follows aud called London layers These are Miss Winnie daughter of JeO Davis not only esoaptd the debt entire b t Arrange the contents of the room so worth 1 90 per box The remainder expose the greatest amount of are run tlyough n ltrge machine simi- sailed for Europe Monday for her the pluintlfl was mulcted witli tne costs as lo This kind of u law will make capital- Â¬ surface to tlieaottinof the disinfectant lar to a fanning mill u led by farmers health apartment as completely as for cleaulng small grain This detach Â¬ Close the The Pacific Coast will asK the next ists fUht shy of the Slate There Is as es tlie scattering raisins from the stems Congress for 40000000 for fortifica not much more reason iu the law say possible stopping all openings ing what a man shall charge for the chimney flues key holes c through blows away the refuse ruus the fruit tion c use of his money than for his horse or which the gas might escape Thor Â¬ over screens and sorts it into two ad- Â¬ The brother of Judge Jackson of other property oughly dampen the walN floor and ditional grades called loose MuscaLouisville died at Farkersburg W We extract the following from tbe furniture For a room ten feet square tels are worth from 140 to 1 75 per Vaaged 88 use three pounds of sulphur moistened box of 20 lb according to quality Covington Items of tho Enquirer Tammany has nominated Amos J Coviugton now has an excellent with alcohol in an iron pau placed iu The farmer is paid from five to six tub containing a few Inches of water cents per pound fur the fruit iu its Cuminings lo fill the vacancy caused chance to seuure the machine shops of to avoid danger from fire When cer roughly dried state Three aud one by the death of Congressman Cox the Kentucky Central Railroad that tain the sulphur is burning well leave half pounds ofgreeu grapes make one beginning of tbe year 33 will employ 500 men In addition to Since the the room close tbe door and allow the pound of raisins National Banks have been authorized having tome substantial building room to remain tightly closed for teu erected At the meeting of the counAt the present price of fruit the to do business iu the State of Texas or twelve hours cil last night Ihe railroad company Afterwards tbe farmer receives an average of 175 net During Ihe past three mouths there submitted a proposition in which they room should be thoroughly ventilnted per sere The gross receipts of one hours aud then the flor buiuII vineyard of two acre this year have been 7000 deaths from cholera in agree to locate the shops there providfor several aud ledges over windows and doors was 780 out of which S100 was paid the Vtlleys of the Tigris and Euphra ing tiie city lay an eight inch main tes nud other places likely to retain dust lor labor from the prespnt service to a point in should be washed with the chloride The land is irrigated the wafer Jnuu Tallinau and his wife c lebrat Central Covington to be designated by solution and then with soap aud hot being brought long distances in canaled their seventieth wedding anniver the Kentucky Central Railroad Comwater The house and premises gener- Â¬ by water compaules nud costs the sary at Njack New York Inst Tues- pany sud furnish the water free for n period of fifty years The railroad ally should be put iu Hie leauest aud farmer about 10 per acre per annum day agrees to pay interest on cost of extenbest condition possible So lucrative is tbe business that it is Robert Berrier white who murdered Large bis mother-in-lasion at the rate of C per ceut per To be effectual tbe precautious here ntlractlng general attention was taken from the time the shops suggested should be rigidly observed tracts are being subdivided into twenty and hung by annum during suld jiill at Lexington N to be located north of the tunnel Imperfect isolation and disinfection acre lots and sold at 100 per acre and a mob The matter lias been referred to the are worse than useless giving rise upward that three years ago could Up to Friday last the gate registers Committee on Water works and Law only to a false sense of security have been had for 10 per acre County and municipal boards of The combination requisite to success at the Paris Exposition show that over lo report at the next meeting health have full authority under our in the busbies viz a suitable soil a 26000000 people have passed through The Minneopolis Miller October 23 laws to enforce these rules and will prolonged hot and exceedingly dry at- tberu says There is not much variation Iu short of their duty if they fail to do bo mosphere bright sunny days and an Jenny Marshall the acknowedged operations on the platform at present Thompson M D Pinckney abundance of water for irrigation is queen of New York demi monde died and the amount ot flour made last President here obtained to perfection and the worth 300000 aud willed it iu part to week was about the same ns the week industry has received au Impetus that the men who gave it J N McConsncK M D before The aggregate output of Secretary threatens to absorb all the available mills ia 166CS0 barrels averag George H Stephens Treasurer ot land In Fresno Tulare aud Merced ing 27780 barrels daih against 168 the Penitentiary Board of Arizona At the annual meeting of the American counties au acreage excediug that of He is about 6000 030 tbe week preceding aud 1S000 has decampted Board of Commissioner of Foreign Mis- New England for the corresponding time In 18S8 sboit iu his accounts sions in Mew York the Rev George L Au average of teu car loads of raisins The same twenty one mills are In The bodies of thirty seven of the operation now producing ot the rate Walker of Hartford Conn read the re- are now going forward dnlly to the port of the committee on the condition Eastern States from Fresno couuty men killed in the explosion at the Ben of about 27000 barrels per twenty four tile Colliery at Laugton England hours The most notable feature of of missionary work in Africa Tbe re- alone Scientific American have been recovered port stated that the missions established the week wus tho lame arrivals of 1I0W TO TELL GOOD OATS there ivere doing a satisfactory work but Henry Potter a Cincinnati mer wlieatin the Nbrthwest At Mimic what was wanted was more missionaries cbautwas instantly killed last week ty al oils they arnnunted to 2129710 bush The committee recommended the passage Good oals are clean hard dty being caught iu an ascending elevator el and at Duluth to 10S212 bushels of a resolution calling the President of the sweet heavy plump full of flour and in his business house with email amounts received at St United States to get Congress to take rattle like shot They have a clean called to meet Paul making n total of 3261838 bushA conference will be such action that the United States should and almost metallc luster Each for fhe purpose els There were 859439 bushels more co operate with Germany and Great oat in n well grown sample Is nearly at Chicago next June organizing a National League than for the same week in any previots Britain in trying to abolish slavery in of the same t izc There are but few of year On October 1 there were Jit the a moug the colored race Eastern Africa This recommendation small or imperfect grains The hard country houses in Minnesota and the Toused the enthusiasm of the delegates prefsure of the nail on au oat should The steamboat Allen J Duncan Dakotas less thou 5000000 UUshels of and was carried The committee to leave little or 110 mark The keruel struck a raft at Highland Ky last wheat the smallest amount in such whom was referred the report of the Pru I when pressed bet weed the teeth Bhould week and sank in seven feet of water storage at the same time In any late dential Committee reported that they clip rather thah tear Th skin should She will bo raised at once year except 18S8 The movement the agreed with the recommendations of the be thin The size of Hie keruel will Ihe engineer in jmst week Iu the country exceeded the James Murphy home society They found that two be less iu proportion thau the skin is mines near Birmingham arrivals at Minneapolis by something last year were thick The color of the oat is not Smiths thirds of the contributions Alabama was killed last weekby the more than 1000000 bushels The subscribed by the Woman1 Board It very materia but white oats are gencouutry inovemeut for tiie past two explosion of a steam pipe was decided that the next meeting of the erally thinner in the skin than black days lias fallen off from 10 to 15 psr A J Rogers was fatally Injured aud oeut and promises with the low ooara oc nciu u iiiuiAuajiuiK Again black oats will grow ou inferior his son Ueyrge badly hurt at Harroda soils Short plump oats are preferable prfeo prevailing and the farm work to A movement to consolidate the to large long grains Bearded oats burg by their wagon being struck by a bo done to show a large reduction Tennessee Coal Iron and Railway must have an excess of husks Oats Louisville Southern train from lust week The shipments for Company with the Debardelben Com are not necessarily bad because they Tbe steamer City of Peking from the week ending October 22 weie pany owning similar properties w must contain a less amouut of floor Japan brings an account of a tidal Wheat 86I1SQ bushels flour 171419 being pushed The two companies per bushel ban thin skltfned oats wave In which nearly 800 persona lost barrels mill stuff 5208 tons Wheat represent combined capital of 89000 without beard - N Y Herald UJr lives and aboHt 300 houses washed in store At Minneapolis 3193330 000 sod tbe consolidation weald create away beshek St Paul 105000 Dulutb Rt 114 Wro Waeria8 amonoeoiy pfthe eol nud Jroe trade Th BotBet eoHBeil tm mvte it Hkh tbedr illrUte dft t UrHd t Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ the DCoppett Ice Co s projwisal to furnish the city with 55 elpcrlu lights 20 cuidle Ilght power at 15 5euoh u ear for ten i ars Mrs Oiiie Williamt who5 ran uwtfy from her husband at CVuucllGrove Kansas committed suicide at Jivaus- ville after she had been dejerljjLiiy her paramour a man named Phillips Ex Representative Glover of fit Louis has announced himself a candidate for fhe United States Senate in opposition to Senator Vest Mrs Glover has recently fallen heir to a million and rfs anxious to return to Washington life One hundred cases of smallpox have developed at Peele Island the famous fishing resort of Lake Erie nud the grenteet excitement prevails among tiio one thousand inhabitants of the Island whom it is feared have contracted the disease Tbe resideuce of George Washing ton a colored man living at Murry City O was burned to tiie ground The fire was started by white residents of the town whose only excuse for the uctof incindlatism was that uoblacns are wanted in the place J OF FUN Los Angeles has a modest girl who loams tho church songs from her sister and not from tho book because it is a K FULL THE 1 2 0 COMMANDMENTS Â¬ hymn book Los Angeles Life A follow that has actually tried siys that although thoro nro thrco scruples in a dram tho mpre drams you take tho fowor scruples you will have Gloucester Advertiser was tho What is your business quostion which a lawyer asked of a witness who lived in a suburban town Tho catching of trains and forry boate was tho reply N Y Tribune Whon a girl holds- her broath a O no momont and then says sweetly smoking is not at all disagreeable to me Mr Price you may be sure Mr Prico 13 not all disagreeable- to hor whether smoking is or not Louisvillo - 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 Think Carefully and buy from us Decidt Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Act Immediately When Bargains are OiTored Work Diligently Until You Keaeh Our Place 216 W Main Deal Honestly- - Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us Buy Frequently If You Would Please Us Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Request Journal Bobbott Pretty bad gash youvo got McGuiro McGuiro pleasantly Why Bobbott Ptwhich wan Mc-Â¬ on your cheek Been fighting Tm afther Guiro Divll a fight boin shaved bo a deof an dumb bar Â¬ ber an th poor folly had t do his talkin wid th hand that held th Judge razure Mistress Bridget I wish you would rofill my inkstand for mo up stairs girl Bridget Pleaso mum ivery toime 01 fills that ink-Â¬ stand 01 gits mo hands that black they dont git clane fur a wake Mistress But you surely do not expect mo to Bridget No mum but Oi doit waz thinkin yoz moight ax th colored cook Harpers Bazar Wife I suppose well havo to send an invitation to thoso Evcrcomos to bo at our party next weok but I hato to havo them hero I wish I knew how to avoid it Husband Send tho invitation by a messenger boy Then you will havo dono your duty and they wont got it until after Omahr tho Birty has occurred World His pints werollsbt the pto was soil They met beneath the trees He thought to rest his weary frame So straightened out at ease Not one ot all that picnic crowd Who saw him rise again Bnt thought a munler had been dono On the spot whore he bad lain Â¬ Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead yon to success and and make us happy Â¬ --DEALERS ET- - Â¬ Â¬ ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS of METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET ETC AND YOU WILL FIND US SHAOKELPOEDaflElirTRY Richmond Kv July 10 1889 41- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TUfAOQUAIMTED WITH THEGEOGHAFHTOF THE COUNTEY WILL OBTAUT MUCH VALUABLE ItTFOBMATIOW rHOK A STUDT OF THIS MAP Or Â¬ Texas Sittings The editor of a religious weokly tho Christian Union says that get Â¬ ting a burr off a pioco of woolen cloth is a simplo matter compared with get-Â¬ ting a stupid or incompetent professor Has our re-Â¬ out of a collogo chair ligious contemporary over tried plac Â¬ ing a bent pin on tho stupid professors chair In removing any kind of a llvo professor from tho chair the bent pin is warranted to go right to tho spot Norristown Herald Havo Old Gentleman musical you any piano tree wood Timber Merchant whoso hopes are raised in Yes anticipation of a good order sir pray walk ia sir as fino a stock as any in town sir Would you pre- Â¬ Old Gentle- Â¬ fer it in tho ah log Oh thanky Im not particular man I want a bit for a ilddlo bridge Lit- Â¬ tle Rock Mirror PERFECTLY DREADFUL The First Clond on the Horizon of the lloneyllp Household How glad I am dearie that our tastes arc so very similar said young Mrs Honeylip to her husband when they hod returned from their bridal tour and wero furnishing the flat in which they wero to bo so perfectly Â¬ frR ROGK THE GHiGfiOO iSLHD PAGSFIO BS1LWIY Â¬ Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of the Missouri River To an points Bast North and North west from Kaaaa City to Roct Island Davenport De Moines Chicago and via AIJ3SBT USA BOUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Wortninston Sioux Palls Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities It is tbe ehort direct route In connection witn Unos from St Louie Cincinnati Louisville NasnvUle and Eastern and Southorn points converging at Kansas City it also constitutes - happy Wo agreo about every thing dont Wo sho continued we darling both wanted cardinal and gray to bo the prevailing tonos in tho parlor wo agreed exactly about tho bluo room and both wanted oak for tho dining room and halL Wo liko the same kind of chairs Oh wo agreo oxactly dont we and how nico it is Id feel dread Â¬ ful if we didnt agree particularly about any important thing So would I darling ho said Its lovely to livo in such porf ect harmony Now I guess Ill hang this lovely little wator color your aunt gavo us right over this cabinet shant I I dont hardly know dear Wouldnt it look better over that bracket on tho opposite wall I hardly think so love the light is so much better here Really Do you Uiinb so George now I dont liko it in that light You dont Why its just tho light for it Its entirely too dark for a wator-color on tho other walL I dont think so at alL Water colors dont want a great doal of light Thoy certainly dont want to bo in the transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Co- Â¬ lorado and tho Indian Territory FREE Beclinin Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City sad Pullman Palace Sloeplng- Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AKD THE VEST FROH5 THE MISSOURI RIVER fanning and grazingIt traverses vast areas of tho richestpopular and economicallands in the system of formingworld speediest most MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Â¬ Leading all competitors in splandor of equipment cool in summer xarmed by Bteora from tho locoznotivo in winter well ventilated and free from dust leave Kansas Citjr and St Joseph daily on arrival of trainsrom tho Bast and Southeast with orecrant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FBEE Reclining Chair Cars RTJNfJINO THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important in Â¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph mrnlah delicious meals Â¬ t seasonable hours and at moderate prices Â¬ Â¬ To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities sanitary of Colorado resorts hunting and fishing grounds and so inlc attractions improvement Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment Thoy also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado tin Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union PciHc Donver Texas and Fort Worth and au other diverging lines For Ticket3 Maps Timo Tables Foldfjs copies of tho Western Trail dssuad monthly or further desired information address THE ROCK ISLAND IS TKE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE E General Haaajcr ST JOHN CJIICAGO IL1 JOHN SEBASTIAN GlFcVetPa 3 Ageai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRYANT Hook Keeping Short Hand Telegraphy tc rmiv jur vacatopue anu jun injormatton Â¬ STRATTON 0 usiness College LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho shade They certainly dont want to hang in a perfect glare of light I guess Tvo hung pictures boforo to day and O AD r -ii RUFF P Art Â¬ can you bo so cruel Pshaw Helen I only said Oh I know what you said has brokon my heart V George how crds3 you arol Im no crosscr than you and You are too and I I oh how and it iiMs JTi J 03 WATCH T f LX Thore there dear Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oh it has I I George do you really want mo to go back to mamma and papa Why darling you know Be bo cause boo hoo if you d d o boo hoo I vrilL It would bo bettor boo hoo than for us to quarrel so ovor every thing and Thoro there my dear I Mamma was afraid wo wero too unlike in disposition to get along woll but I I I oh George this is too Frco Dotrolt perfectly dreaduL Press SI mwmmm -- ilsfillilf m 8 Hours the Quickest BETWBBN IHE SHORTEST DEALER IN-- Cineinnati aud New OrlsaBS TIME 27 HOURS I ENTIRE Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc Special attention given to Ouida on Novelists Ouida Is hard on hor brother novelists oven to tho extent of writ Â¬ TRAINS BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACHES ANDSLEBPERS Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS Run Through Without Change ing about Rider Haggards paste- tWell-ty-o- Â¬ She declares that tho board inanity English literature of to day is be-Â¬ yond all lacking In thoso artistic qual- Â¬ ities thoso qualities of stylo which constitute tho especial literary oxcel enco of a lltorature and for which AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES SMILES OTE i SHjQEffBST OTflQKBST 7HOUllb1TirE Â¬ French literature spicuous Is -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stylo seems by tho English writer to bo considered a thing with which ho has nothing to do In a nation which had consciousness of style tho grotesque unpolished and often barbarous diction of Carlylo and Dickens would never havo been al- Â¬ lowed to disfigure their talent because before thoy would havo addressed a lettered audience they would havo studied tho art of letters But it is not only defects of stylo which injure English literature it is a want of knowledge of the world a purltanism a hypocrisy a timidity which lie liko lead upon it and chock its full devel Â¬ opment and keep it in swaddling Chicago clothes ill fitting manhood at all times- con- Â¬ - Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida Promptly done aud In a workmanlike TIME 28 HOURS manner The Only Line Running Through Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jack sonville Without Change Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Â¬ RESFAIRXHrG IlrtlWEEN 5 to the Dont lorget the place next door Iost ofllce Richmond Ky jan4 lf THE SHOUT LINE from jusariojrgixY to - C T WELLS P B OARR BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JAQJSSOtfi k MOBILE c TlmOnly Coal Yard ia Town Close CnmiecMdn Iade at New OrÂ¬ leans wllli Souttferrr PaeHte and Texas JPaqiflc far Herald Kerosene for Flies I have after strict experimenting found common kerosene to be the best euro for the tormonting- flies in tho stable cow house and poultry house I use a common pint long uozzled oil Â¬ can I squirt the kerosene by a series of jorks all ovor tho sides and floors of tho stalls tho same for cow house as for stable and hen house I uso it in my hen droppings which I keep in barrels for sale to prevent maggots from breeding Itivas such a sure success I sprinkle it on tho korsos cattle and poultry and wltk frfeot - Texas- - - MexicoCalifornia Â¬ 12 Hoars Quioker than auy aftier Lne- Only a square from tlio Court honse You dont have to send away out to Direct ifcnneoUon Made at Sfereveport the depot with Texas and Pacific By without TraSafer for NothenuTssas -- f Viad tha Wact Mesicot California address Soit Coal and Anthracite Hat and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard next to Second Presbyterian eliurcb Quickest delivery iu town Lowest prices Try as IT- WT For Rates Ma Tjt J PRANK W WOOLEY Trx Paw Axt Lexington BARRETT Ease Agh Gbattaaooga TeoB- - S C GAWr ia jtaa A mm - safety Country GoHUoma - OeaJ OSlTXLUfcCO Mrr ClXCIKSf Di G JBdwards Gen Pass ATI O AR Sr J a a d 9irT - vE3r -- Cji X r - -- jJTf N t5 Grand Warden John Blaes Louisville Senator Beck arrived In the city THIN COLUMN Wilson Lexington Wm Reming Thursday and will remain about No Â¬ ton Paris L B Abney Elizaville D EDNESPAY OCT 30 J889 The athletic club building in Louisville vember 15th before going to Washing- Â¬ B Wallace Warsaw C B Tudor Rich- Â¬ is nearing completion It is a handsome ton Ho is Improved in health but not is unutuallr large mond His mauy warm edifice and will be devoted exclusively to entirely recovered The partridge crop Grand Secretary Wm White Louis- Â¬ physical culture A generation of prize friends are glad to welcome him home t-ardroper has buHt a nice Mr F ville R O Willis Litchfield W H figblers may be expected in the Falls City again Gazette I Jeoee on Collins street Simons Columbus If you want to buy a sulky surrey A Court Martial has been formed at the found in Union Grand Treasurer Geo W Morris Rf icrtof Powell sale Naval Academy to try a cadet charged buggy or carriage call on Donelsou Grand Reporter R G Elliott LexiITixs for be has the latest best and cheapest ington and Hon W H Holt Mt Sterl- Â¬ with requiring two other cadets to stand on 5- m ftuuuuiiwuitui their heads If two cadets allow one cadet Else Na c infcc ing e Keaoiu impose on them give the one a chromo Lsits Little Lawrence Eubanks who was The Grand Encampment elected officers to and try the two born without arms was hero yester- Â¬ as follows jjje G pJon will have a big dinner for Shelbyville has a young man named day He Is four years old and has be-Â¬ Rev H H Sneed Mt Sterling Grand ilM ajr Court day Patriarch Buckstruck We have heard of fellows come so handy with his too that he a- Clark bought ten head of C P C Kyle Henderson Grand High being stage struck and all that sort of can pick up a pin from the floor He -Deatlierage Sale J cattle lot week at a6o Priest thing and have heard it asked u Who is the snn of the widow of Joe Eubanks Auctioneer Bush reports the sale on rora wn ttng Friday October jls Carof and Henry L Mitchell Louisville Grand struck Billy Patterson 1 but this Shelby- Â¬ who has Ave other children none of 25th by W L Crutcher ig attheBredeHIoncert whom are deformed Ldwrence could ville racket is a header Senior Warden as trustee of G W and S A Deather B J Durham Danville Grand Junior command quite a salary as a freak in a orcociii age Bad day but fair crowd Twenty Tie n c quarieues ai A girl has been sentenced to six months museum Stanford Journal Warden be the teatare of thepro- - cows and heifers shorthorns registered imprisonment in- - New York for stealing Wm White Louisville Grand Scribe her fathers pants This 1350 Fat hogs 3 75 one yoke oxen Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor thing of married son George W Morris Louisville Grand women aspiring to filly breeches is bad enough Pants 560 lo 515 Satisfaction guar- Â¬ jlr Ttcs atenen w uayion v nas I77 one mule 176 Grand Treasurer John H Leathers Treasurer but such an attempt on the part of girls is anteed 17 28 cJcJ Mr Lamb ot Newport at the fin Vandal filly ioo mare and Vat- Â¬ Louisville A J Reed Louisville Grand Repre Â¬ bound to end disastrously ican colt I236 bay mare fio5 colt The Lexington Leader of yesterday Grand SecretaryJoseph II Branham sentative 55 black horse 275 bay At the Episcopal Sunday school in this said The south bound fastexpress Louisville RcaJ n ce of Mr b i rarkec to horse 136 yearling Vatican 156 Wm W Morris Louisville Grand Rep -city recently each scholar was requited to train on the Cincinnati Southern Rail- Â¬ -s -resentative trcw One hundred and eighteen acres of land I00F stand up and repeat a verse of Scrip- Â¬ road yesterday ran Into a wagou driven issue n creri1 i The appointed officers ares follows sold to John Baldwin at 40 per acre equal by a Mr Jones of Owen county at the The State Grand Lodge of the Inde- Â¬ S C Cline Louisville Grand Sentinel ture Dud Talbotts little - tr Roberts bought a quantity of to cash Excellent and abundant dinner ScIt point where the road crosses the Lex Â¬ pendent Order of Odd Fellows was in Lewis Kamercr Louisville Grand Mes- Â¬ son Hart had selected for his verse Prices all good except for the shorthorns 1 wccV to be hauled and fed to is I be not afraid When his turn came ington pike about 5 miles from Gerge annual session in Louisville last week senger which were distressingly low per barrel at 1 The Richmond Lodge as noticed last Theofficers were formally installed by he arose in his place and said Its me town The wngon was smashed into g people and children of the Eisht Ilandrcd and Thirty Five Papils Paris Record iC kiudling wood several of Mr Jones dont git skeered week was represented by Messrs C C M J Durham Past Grand Sire jnn wm give an cntenam- - The schools of Richmond have more ribs broken and driven Ipto his lung Wallace and C R Tudor and Capt J D An amendment to the constitution of i Editor E C Colgan of Pineville and Fceney and Boone Encampment by Dr Subordinate Encampments was adopted Middlesborough pupils than anyplace in the State except jt i arksnitin evewtttg who died in Louisville his arm broken and he was otherwise L J Frazee - Lexington Covington Louisville and the officers of Subordinate Encampments last week was author of those widely seriously injured that M W Tandy Cbeaaelt wiB sell pubThe reports from subordinate lodges all be nominated and elected at the last meet Â¬ known lines rday the 16th of November large river towns in Southern Kentucky Sashes in all colors at Crooke Ben-17- over the State were encouraging ing night in the term w stock crop fanning implements To date the matriculates number 835 nett Urmstons The juncbus has a gotten wing Thisjincludes all the schools which numThe Louisville lodges entertained the The Kghtmngbug a flame Gents underwear at Crooke Ben- Â¬ Ii- - A T ChenauK has been appomt- - ber ten counting the University as one Grand Lodge with a banquet at the Gait The bedbug has no wing at an v Governor Buckner a delegate to the But he gets there all the same nett Urmstons PERSONAL 17 House The banquet room was elaborately school These figures will be a surprise S Iver Convention at St Louis prepared Beautiful bills of fare contain- Â¬ to many of our home people but we give The underbrush of the Register and the Fine California fruits grapes apples ing also the names of those selected to rethe names and numbers Miss Ann Freeman is visiting relatives salty old tar of Ihe Inside Journal con- Â¬ and candies at Dinnellis University 15- spond to toasts were distributed Mr in Jessamine county M- - II Cay BroftddtK wHi have a sale 136 Female Institute 130 tinue to insist that we dont like to take Mrs For gB-aniJBCliarlie Jacob merchant tailor George S Moore was the master of cere Â¬ property on next Saturday man 45 Miss Russell 35 Mrs Wil Df pc- Why should we In Overcoats Mr Malcolm Lackey has gone to New our own medicine at S30 worth S40 Imported monies 2nd at the Buck TerriH place liamson 18 Miss 3ronston 19 the first place we dont need it and in the Prof i rt bcr to attend medical college and domestic cloth in stock Call and The opening toast was The Independ- Â¬ York Harriss public school 127 Prof Flacks second it is an old rule that doctors never arR zerswlle 17 23 A contract company has been organ ent Order of Odd Fellows its Center and Miss Nora Richards of Clark county take their own medicine the shoemakers see him - Wi liam WiHit weighed to Mr colored public school 290 colored pri Â¬ Ex Gov John C Un- Â¬ is visiting Miss Lucy White this city vate schools 25 Total 835 This is a ized to build the Bowling Green North- Circumference Ladles underwear at Crooke Bennett wife goes barefooted and all that sort of 3 T J J on last Friday 50 bogs that ern derwood was to haye responded but as he 17- Uruistnnn Mr Thomas Samuels and family leave business Thirdly and lastly those two They were the same record of which much larger places might t- 2 lbs be proud Twenty Italians have gone to work on was unfortunately not able to attend his to day for Pineville to make it their fu- Â¬ complainers are mighty sickly and need c at 4 Itoad horses trotters and runners cJ a all the medicine we have the rear end of Ilerndons lot embracing place was taken by Mr Wm Reinecke ture home Physical Culture shod In any manner desired I have It Jje is seriously afflicted with Grand Representative He went on to say Miss Nannie Barbee during her three the west end of the big fill heretofore Thi is the way Bruce Champ aids the Just received an extra lot of four year Mr Jacob C Parrish and wife of Pine- Â¬ 2 rser there being six or etght that there were over 600000 members of in Chicago the past summer mentioned Middlesborough boom Everything is old second growth timber for repairing D- Phil Roberts makes daily months visit the Independent Order of Odd FelJoHrs in ville came down Friday to visit his parents improved the opportunity by taking les Â¬ booming up at Middlesborough Last all Kinds of wagons Covington seems AH work guar- Â¬ An exchange says Mr and Mrs S Parrish the stricken locality America and Uiey represented the bone js is sons in physical culture and physical confident that it will secure the machine week a gentleman was out shooting near anteed at the very lowest prices Shop and muscle of the country On every con- Â¬ Mr K J Hampton of the Winchester H L W 4 Co back of Brookss drug store development under Miss Jenness method shops of the Kentucky Central notwith- Â¬ tinent in every nation were members of Sun was in Richmond yesterday on his there when he had the misfortune to shoot Respectfully his dog For a moment he was too over- Â¬ Cb - the neat cloak opening ad of of teaching who in connection with her standing the fact that Mr Huntington their beloved order The object of tlie way to Middlesborough 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF come to see what damage he had done III L le Co Yes never saw any sister Mrs Jenness Miller has done so has presented a proposition to the city of order was for unselfish actions and gener- Â¬ Mrs James E Cantrill who has been and before he had recovered himself the much to improve strengthen and develop Paris This flourishing Bourbon county IU 2 xe Beefsteak with mushrooms and hot ous deeds and the Odd Fellows all over Â¬ in Europe several months is expected animal a black retriever had come up to coflee at Dinellis womankind by regular special exercise metropolis has been putting on some ex15 the world joined hands in the endeavor to Bark Numbers home on Thursday Georgetown Times him bringing in its mouth its own tail and by a change in the style and mode of tensive airs of late and it would not be carry out those aims and objects e can to keep on hand a supply of wearing of ladies garments Miss Bar surprising to see the shops go there after Mr W F Francis was accompanied which had been shot clean off After the orchestra had played Old -8lUw Tbcrs of oar excellent story bee has been solicited by quite a number all by his wife to Louisville last week dur- Â¬ Had anybody but tlie handsome editor Kentucky Home Mr Thos F Rogers John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ C and persons ean be supplied at of the ladies of our town to take charge Arrangements are in progress looking the Grand Master responded to the toast ing the session of the Masonic Grand of the Nicholasville Journal told the fol mond e Subscription are already roH- - of a chus and teach the system of physi Ky carries im- Â¬ lowing we would not have believed it to the erection of a union depot It will of The Grand Lodge of Kentucky and Lodge mense stocks of Salt Lime cal culture as used by Miss Jenness and be located near the crossing of the Ken- Â¬ in A Jessamine county preacher the course of his remarks gave a short Miss Susie Logan daughter of Presi- Â¬ He says already a class of some fifteen or twenty tucky Midland with the Cincinnati South- Â¬ history the best lts To Day of the order in Kentucky men- Â¬ dent J V Logan has issued very unique who had lately been traveling through Cement and Â¬ Machinery and Im- Â¬ T J ay of handsome seal skins has been promised her Physical cul- ern several hundred yards north of the tioning various Grand Masters since its invitations to a Halloween party for Breathitt and in a neighborhood where there had been a new church erected was plements Sulkies Gear and J notetties in woolen goods ture not only leads to development of present depot of the last named road The institution The Grand Encampment of Thursday evening to good but to asked by an old lady if he saw any signs ac rg cloaks sacques jackets c strength andmovementhealth ease of graceÂ¬ present passenger Depot will be used by Kentucky was the next toast and was re the best line of Groceries in posiand ease of and Dr G C Greenway and wife of Hot of tlie spread of religion He replied the Cincinnati Southern for freight purpo sponded to by Grand Patriarch J Frank I be dav and to morrow It is worth tion both in walking and when in the ses The three roads ought to strain a Grant He said Springs Arkansas with Miss Sadie and heard something you might possibly call the market e c en it you ae not wish to buy that a long and vigorous 41- We hope Miss Barbee will be point and erect a depot that will be worthy pull to Ca a- - Creole Bennett Urmslons parlor at the bottle of Patriarchal life was Master Will Irvine Greenway are visiting encouraging As I passed the door of a well patronized in this movement Dan Â¬ of the future Georgetown and its increas- Â¬ necessary to re invigorate the Grand En- Â¬ at Col Wm M Irvines cabin across the creek I heard a woman arJ sc tetn ville Advocate Sally Ann you ing passenger and freight traffic Track campment of Kentucky Mrs Dr Bates and her grandson Mr call out to her daughter Dinellis restaurant is headquarters So Time Lest laying on the Kentucky Midland from Hon Milton J Durham ex Controller John Gibson left on Wednesday for Cal big mouthed red headed cuss come right for fresh oysters Try them Will Further Enlarge 15-cJ couple from Jackson county Ar Mrs Bates has a son in that in to prayers Some time ago The Climax announc- Â¬ Georgetown to Paris was commenced last of the United States Treasury and Past ifornia way to Indian Territory stepped your property in one of 3 8 Iusure Carse would build a Monday The work will be prosecuted Grand Sire of the Odd Fellows next re Â¬ far off country whom she has not seen SPEEDWELL aa Jmg house near the depot in ed that Myers Powells Ten Companies 7 32 from this end of the line Georgetown sponded to the toast Our Order and its for many years ti c other day The next day Collins street extension to their planing Times The birds are fuTfiug occasionally said he believed that the day Aims He Oysters In every style raw fried Mack Williams of Madison county was t was increased to three and mill forming an L with the main build- Â¬ would come when the ladies would be ad ing that fronts on Main street thereby A few hogs are going at 375 per stewed broiled baked scalloped on in Winchester Monday and called on tV the journey was resumed Masonic Grand Lodge mitted to the full benefits of Odd Fellow- Â¬ the half shell aud every other way at surrounding the Barlow Flouring mill Colonel J T Tucker He was a member cwt being well and happy 15- Dinellis Annual meeting of the Masonic ship and then they would appreciate its of Colonel Tuckers command during the Tlie which they also own Half of the exten Â¬ Little Katy Benton is quite ill with Dipbtueria sion is now built extending from the street Grand Lodge of Kentucky was held in beauties better than they could at this war and this was first meeting with his Advice to Sloth ers v ate Board of tousllitls time He was constrained to admit that old Health has issued a back and will be joined to the main build- Â¬ Louisville last week Mrs WctsurosSoozBraGSiiitn should always comrade since the war closed Sun bo nsed when children are catting teeth It re c 1 the care of premises infested The lodges of this county were repre Odd Fellowship was at first a convival A parly will hie away to the chest- Â¬ lieTcatho little anflert rat once itprodncesnntnra ing The space between this new part Miss Mollie Fife of Richmond who nut woods to morrow w herji and the proper conduct and the brick mill will be occupied by a tcd as hereunder given quiet sleep and the lutiecherubawiixesaa bright Richmond order originated in a grocery where as a button It is ray pleasant to taste It inj other persons in charge of room for holding force pumps with hose Commandery W F Francis Richmond liquors were dispensed but when it reach- Â¬ has been so seriously ill with typhoid fever Booties the child softens the guns allaysall pain Mrs Martha Scrivner and son are is the ivted with that dread disease any other attachments for extinguishing Lodge J Speed Smith Daniel Boone ed American soil it was purged and raised for so long we ap pleased to state is de- Â¬ visiting at her mothers Mrs Paulina regulstes the bowels andarisingbestknovn remedy for diarrhoea whether from teething or T ar in full is published in our fires The space on Main street between Lodge at Foxtonn Wm Bennett John to a higher level The liquor was banish- Â¬ cidedly on the way to make a complete other causes Twenty fiTO cents a bouia This will be gratifying to her Covington s 65 ed The object of the institution was to recovery the planing roiH and flouring mill will be D Hamilton Lodge at Uinon City John ld fraternize the whole world not that it many friends here and elsewhere Dan- Â¬ E P Benton sold three occupied by the office A tramway has Hill Waco Lodge David G Martin A Distinguished Visitor MADAM SCOTT tells Past 1100 lb steers lo Frank Maupin for proposed doing so by taking everybody in ville Advocate been built from the planing mill to the Kingston Lodge Ollic McWilliams - Campbell of Bethany W Va V30 per head Berea Lodge E T Fish Kirksville but by elet ating a part to raise the frater- Â¬ Present and Future Events Â¬ wheat warehouse and that spacious strucThe Shelby ville Sentinel says Mr Jno w c r the famous Alexander Camp standard of the whole WP week sold his handsome has been i f nder of the Christian Church is tureconnection converted into shops to run Lodge officers Prewitt are found in the nal better fathers brothersHe said it C Cooper last with five acres of ground I ehould have stated In connection May be consulted at any hour made and hus- Â¬ brick residence elected The with the mill They are with railroad news preparations are g her grand daughter Mrs B C in bands doing this work whenever they can find subjoined list surrounding situated in north Shelby coiug rapidly forward a large barn Rooms at 422 E Main Street H man at Madison Female Institute 0- Mr William W Morris Past Grand ville to Mr T W Blackhart of Louis- Â¬ and other buildings are being erected Grand Master W W Clarke of Hop from their regular custom work in good health and her mind is as time Master responded to the toast Our Wid- Â¬ ville for 8250 Possession to be giveai an the lands of James Evans by Mr which is daily increasing rendering these kinsville c - as ever Her conversational powers The Palace down on First street He said that had the by November 15th next Mr Cooper will McCarthy Deputy Grand Master Charles H ows and Orphans I contractor A few carts keeps choice dry goods Ladies iu- jt abated save detective hearing extensions necessary founders of Odd Fellowship confined their move to Louisville with his family and en Â¬ havearrived Fisk of Covington Jim is the busiest man vited 0 ct herself She will go to Ala-b- 15- New Lire Stock Company Grand Senior Warden James A Mc purposes only to the benefits of nursing gage in the real estate business in which in town and would be glad to get a 3 for tlie w inter Mr W R Letcher of Richmond Mr Kenzie of Pembroke and burying its members it would have hr has been interested for some time past Fire Tornado and Accident Insur cool million out of it W R Brasfield of the Kentucky Horse Lady Superintendents Grand Junior Warden J Speed Smith deserved the title of being the most mer auce written by Powell 7 32 Dirt was broken on the Centreville Dr L J Frazee and wife have return- Â¬ cenary body in the world But they had T e Bourbon News says The people Exchange and Mr Ed Tipton of the of Richmond trip to St Louis Frogtown and Little Rock section of New line of Jackets aud Newmarkets ed from an interesting not and when the strong arm of the father Grand Treasurer John H Leathers if Ma J on are so weM pleased whh one Trotting Horse Breeders Association a week or the R N I B It It on the morn Â¬ at reduced prices at Crooke Bennett ifc or husband was withdrawn fiom the care and Louisville They spent tc Ta o Mrs Amanda Million as County have formed a company- for the purpose of Louisville 17- in Louis during the great Fair ing of the 23rd inst iu the 1200 foot Urmstous Â¬ Grand Secretary H B Grant of of the wife and little ones the helping more St endentof PubHc Schools that the of conducting auction sales of stock buy0 ncrats and Exposition On Thursday 120000 cut 011 the laud of James Evans Late Dinelli hat an abundance of fresh hand of the order protected and provided l nominated her last Saturday ing and selling on commission keeping Louisville visited the Fair which is the larg- Â¬ in the evening of the same dav the oysters for his restauraut or your table far re election Grand Senior Deacon H H Hole for them A sacred trust fund for that people The neighboring county and training horses and transacting the 1 They witnessed the first blast was made aud it was quite A man of Madisonville - purpose was one of thejbest features of est in the world 15- c Lincoln also has a lady Superintend Â¬ general business of a stock agency procession of the Veiled Prophets and successful hurling earth stumps and large farm will be operated in connection Grand Junior Deacon J G Barkley the fraternal institution Millions and ed at the recent election in Coying in the sights of the city generally rock high in the alr and was the first Powell represents Ten of the largest millions had been paid out of it and al- Â¬ took lv aid Newport all of the sir lady tan-du- - with the sale stable and park where stal of Greenville They were handsomely entertained by hail of the kind ever witnessed by the Fire Insurance Companies and writes Hons Avill be kept and mares kept and Grand Chaplain H R Coleman of ways upon the great principle of not let- Â¬ s f r School Trustee were disastrous Â¬ R Norris and wife who have writer Mills Stores Dwelling Stables aud bred as may be desired There is no Louisville ly ucfeated ting the left hand know what the right Mr E In several times visited Richmond Live Stock at Lowest Rates 7 32 doubt whatever that this is a strong Grand Sword Bearer R S Friend of was doing The widow was saved the MATRIMONIAL- y Louisville they attended the superb ban- Â¬ company and the movement they have Prestonsburg Tncle Billy Be Flying humiliation of having a charity held out LADIES given at the Gait House by the local Miss Anne Fretwell of Paris who vis- Â¬ Needing a tonic or children that want building Tnealuable services of Captain BSly made one fraught with great interest to Grand Marshal Dr Granville A to her heralded to the world When an quet up should taLe lodges of the city to the Grand Lodge of ited friends in Richmond a year or so ago W person as Jailer of Fayette county stock breeders and dealers in Kentucky Richart of Judys Montgomery county BROWNS IKON BITTKUS Odd Fellow came to die he knew that It will be married on Tuesday November tion Is pleasant to tatccnres Malaria Indiges Â¬ are a iast to be suitably rewarded It has There is room for such a concern The Grand Pursuivant DrCHenry Flum there was ever the paternal eye to watch Odd Fellows and Biliousness All dealers keep it bern decided by the Fayette county Tajl training- - business has become immense Mrs Belle Tevis Speed gave a tea last 5th to Dr T J Prichard mer of Harrodsburg 9 35 over his loved ones and shield them from and nothing adds more to the salable Committee to accept the plan of McDon Grand Steward and Tiler Jos T the hard heartedness of the world It Tuesday at the residence of her brother Miss Ella Buckleys of this place and Nev line of dress goods at Crooke aJ E osof Louisville for the new jail value of stock than a little training 01 Davidson of Louisville made parting easier In the intermission Mr Rob Tevis on Fourth street The Mr John Folon ot Memphis were mar Â¬ 17- Bennett Urmstons It uIbe constructed of stone and steel the track such as is close to and used in There was an unusual compliment in the orchestra played the Wedding tea was designed to introduce a series of ried at the Catholic Church on Wednes Â¬ and wil be fie stories counting the connection with the Horse Exchange the election of Hon I Speed Smith as March from Lohengrin lectures which are to represent a mental day October 23rd 1SS9 Rev Father Fall Millinery tower jn which the hospital wW be locat- Â¬ The new company is a success already if Grand Junior Warden He was never President A J Reed of the Rebekah tour of Europe The parlor was prettily Haley officiating After lunch atthe home Mrs Lee Maupin has a fine assort- Â¬ ed It WU have 46 cells and wiH be there be anytlng in names and the repu before nominated for the position and State Convention and P G M of the decorated and the entertainment was a of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Mike ment of hats bonnets ribbons ilowers tationJbr fair and honorable dealing heated by hot air although the Grand Lodge has existed Grand Lodge of Kentucky responded to very enjoyable affair socially The at Buckley the couple left for the Soutlu and other millinery goods selected in Lexington Pres tendance was large and Mrs Speed read for ninety years this is the first instance the toast The Daughters of Rebekah Hats The Richmond Climax of Wednesday person by her In Cincinnati Tl inter Bouquets where the office was filled by any one the He said that he felt that the subject was a paper giving the purpose of the lectures Common Pleas Court last contains the following significant al- aud bonnets trimmed lo order Prices THe editor of the Bourbon news who same session of the first nomination This one he could not do justice to but that he and an outline of the plan to be pursued reasonable and inspection solicited This court will adjourn to day or to- Â¬ has an eye for the beautiful writes places Capt Smith in the line felt no one could do that and he would re- Â¬ If these lectures do no more they should lusion to a gentleman well known in this 16- weeks election morrow after a session of two county who in fact was once the honor The autumn leaf craze is now on at full and three years iience is spond as best he could He hoped that his furnish a pleasant and interesting means1 Mention has been made of the case of of promotion Doneisonbas a quantity of new sul- Â¬ blast and the ladies are gathering themf entitled to the office of Grand Master intention would be taken into considera Â¬ of refreshing ones memory upon the td Judge of the Boyle County Court Black well against Miller a suit in eject- Â¬ Judge John D Goodloe a prominent cit Â¬ kies surries and buggies of the newest in all directions for the purpose o His father held that high office In fact tion in weighing what he would like to elusive details of geography and history ment transferred from the Estill Circuit izen of this county residing near Whites and most popular patterns and at very making winter bouquets Courier Journal They take Court as Ijcing the largest case on the Madison county has been fortunate in say He reviewed the establishment of Station left yesterday for Lexington He reasonable figures 5- tlem through a crystalizing process by that line Besides the Hon John Speed the degree through the endeavors of docket It involves 7000 acres of land will bring home with him a charming wile using beeswax and gum arabic and then BEREA Sr Judge Daniel Breck Col Schuyler Colfax in 1851 and the steps in Remember the Palace Dry Goods and has many parties on both sides in Â¬ Smith in the person of Miss Nellie Gaugh late sprinkle them with diamond dust Our Holloway and Judge Ed W Tur- Â¬ its progress till the present He spoke of 15- House cluding Dr Wash Miller and Mr Golf Wm Judge Goodloe is a brother ce neery maples Mrs Maret is recovering from her of M F I are now shedding of Clark and the Trabues of Frankfort ner held the office Capt A H Shirley the fint National Convention of the Dress trimmings at Croofee Bennett of Major Wm Goodloe of this city and etr with all of the beautiful tints im Â¬ the position of Deputy Grand Daughters of Rebekah held last month severe sickness The plaintiffs are represented by Judges reached 17- a gentleman of inestimable worth The Urmstons aginable had he not moved from at Columbus O and brought out very Mr Clark is building a good two Riddle and Fluty of Irvine and Beckner Master and Â¬ Ladles call at the Palace before buy- Â¬ State would have been Grand Mas Â¬ strongly and plainly how the convention story bouse on Centre street beyond Advocate extends its heartiest congratulaof Winchester The defense by S F J the tions to Judge Goodloe and his wife and ing your Fall Dry Goods Changed Ilis Xante had unanimously sat down on a woman Mr Cornelisona aud save Trabue Senior and Junior of Frankfort ter wishes them a happy and successful life The Beattyville Enterprise copies our 15- money children of the Masonic Widows suffragist who tried to secure a favorable The Ban ford White of Irvine and Smith report of the former Richmond man Will J Mr and Mrs George Patterson of Danville Advocate and Orphans Home received the Grand consideration of her views He said the Clark soon to be hung at Beattvvllle and Moberley of Richmond The evidence Lodge LIQUOR IIABIT Ia all A Shelbyville special of the 2jth to the DRUNKENNE3S at Masonic Temple The address Daughters of Rebekah were satisfied to Boyd county spent a few daye with was heard in part and the jury under add- the World there is bat One Care Courier Journal says One of the prettiest of welcome was made by Mr Robert accept the positions which the Almighty friends in this place You are mistaken as to the name of peremptory instructions from the Judge Dr Haines Uolden Specific weddings of the teason occurred this C Brown of had prescibed for them to share their Miss Nora Wainscot and Mr George The plaintiffs Brown son of the late Nat e man who was sentenced to be hung at found for Hie defendant ot tea or coCce It can Richmond and was well done The ad husbands hearts and homes and let the Robinson have launched forth on the afternoon at the residence of Mr N T without bo clveri In a captlio person taking the knowledge of petition was dissmissed and an appeal the recent term of our Court Tribble ten miles south of this place the It effecting a speedy and permanent curr His name dress was responded to by the Grand men attend to the politics sea of life in the bark Matrimony granted rnethcr the patient is a moderate drinker or is Wm Embry contracting parties being his accomplished au alcoholic wreck Thousands of drtinknrrts The time fixed by the The Courier Journal says Maj Reeds Major L N Cardwell of Winchester Master Miss Ida Fish and Mr Joe Mason de daughter Miss Loulie and Court for his execution is November the have been cared who have taken the Golden Mr H L HpeclQc In their The Little Commandery composed speech was very well put together ably cided that two could walk together and attorneys Kaufman and Brown of if Stone of Pleasant Hill Mo The cere Â¬ edge and to daycoEee without their knowl Â¬ 2th 1SS9 Ihlnlc tbeyqnlt drinking of own freewill No harmful eCect re- Â¬ Lancaster were in court during the week of the boys of the Home entertained the delivered and soundly applauded they were agreed and have united mony was pronounced by Elder Geo H their from Its When he lived hare he was called Glark He was follow cd by Rev George C Grand Lodge with a drill and they aston Â¬ sults administration Cures guaran Â¬ their fortuues for life for circular and fall particulars and his father oes by that name A Triplets Combs of the Christian Church The teed Bend confidence Golden Specific Co ished even the experienced military men Belt pastor of Grace church and a reAddress in 1SS Italic St Cincinnati wonth more and the poor fenow wffl O 17 IS attendants were MissrMattie Tribble sisMr Tiddeli of Philadelphia Penn At an early hour on last Saturday of the audience The Little Command- Â¬ cent addition to the ranks of Odd Fellows clmb the golden stair has been the guest of Mr and Mrs ter of the bride Misses Alma Hagan and morning Caroline Bennett colored wife ery went to Washington and proved a His subject was lOdd Fellowship The Ruchinzs Linen Handkerchief Kid nf flharfMi Itennet called Rpnna wave conspicuous figure in the parade of the orchestra next rendered Home Sweet Charles Lester He left on the early Minna Crutcher of Richmond and Gloves at Crootse Bennett Urm The Spprana PBr The Pops Messrs George Mason Zack Offutt and Uje oomilation of Richmond a crand Triennial Conclave In fact it was the Home and the entertainment was brought train Monday morning stous 17 Those who attend the popular concert t boom by producing three laree well de- - only commandery in all the vast parade to a close by Past Grand Master George Mr J F Browne has finished his Price Willis An elegant dinner was serv- Â¬ Charlie Jacob merchant tailor No wuhc HaH to morrow afternoon wW veloped and healthy girl babies two of to which President Harrison took off his W Morris who spoke feelingly of the substantial dwelling house nud Ihe ed after which Mr and Mrs Stone left t afforded the opportunity of hearing a them weighing seven pounds each and hat aims of the order the long array of noble social party invited there on Saturday over the Louisville Southern for their 26 N Second Street Suits 525 to 15 1T 2S tUrming soprano in Pauline BredelK the other sir pounds They are growing home in Pleasant Hill Mo The question of cerneauism known to men who had helped to build it to its great Stf k a vocalit of great prominence in larger and stronger day by day and the be pending before the the Grand Lodge and useful magnitude and last bade his night made a pleasant house warming -- Handsome silk fronts that the ladies Mr Kleinknecht has since moved his DIED tlie musical world vastly admire at Crooke Bennett She sang at the mother is doing well Caroline has now created unusual interest and brought in a auditors good night not farewell family into it lmrosch concerts and also with GH fifteen living children and one dead She large attendance A member was sus 17- Urmstons The election of officers resulted as folMrs Tudith Tudor wife of Samuel D Mrs L M Dodge left on Monday to re She won honors in the Manns has had five children within tlie psst two pended forafHliatingwithaCerneaubody lows Tudor deceased born in Madison county FOIt THE BLOOD Snnd concerts m St James Hall London years and the sixth is to young that should pd TOefclifiK- - Mftlflrto TndiesLlaa The question came before the Grand C C attend the National Convention of the W H Cox Maysville G M Shc sang tinder Womans Christian Temperance Union in 1804 died in Estill county October 10 Biliousness take the great Ecka5tin Bcr- - one of the half dozen fall in the fire the Lodge and after mature deliberation that Rensford Covington D G M WG mtoinra For rale She will also take in the 1889 of cancer and alto with the Rlcnard Vernst other five combined could not get it out body sustained the action of the subordi Simpson Owenton G W Wm White in Chicago It cores quickly inox fcy aU dealers in csdidne Get the genuine concerts and the Julius Utera symphony Two or three of the older children are nate lodge annual meeting of the American Mis Mrs W R Warren died in Louisville Louisville Grand Secretary George W deceits on the iQth of October Deceased was a It should be taken as a married and have children Caroline is The Grand Lodge ordered that here- Â¬ Morris Louisville Grand Treasurer R sionary AssocIaUondurlug her stay great compliment by the management to little more than forty years old Had after no member can become of Scottish G Elliott Lexington Grand Represen- Â¬ Dr Breck delivered a lecture at the daughter of Rev wl O Goodloe and Cincinnati puboc that so eminent a she lived in the French Empire during rite Mason without being a member of tative regulur monthly Temperance meeting niece of Mrs Dr C C Smith this ociM has been secured for the Pops the days of Napoleon she would have a lodge of Master Masons The nominations for next year are last week The pouring rain had the county The Times StarWi been rewarded with ft large pension and All peisous lioldlns claims eealnst A year ago the Grand Lodge presented Grand Master W G Duncan effect to make the audience small Hoods Sarsaparilla la a purely veg- Â¬ Madame BredeW sang Snnday eveatag as pensions from our government seem to an amendment to the constitution prohib Â¬ C C Rensford Covington which was the more lo be regretted as etable preparatlnnbeinR free from in Â¬ It E Francfe are hereby notified to to 5A present them to the unrfersigiied peope at Music Hall and mi be thrown around rather loosely wc iting the keepers of bar rooms and similar Deputy Grand Master W G Simp the lecture was very instructive as jurious ingredients It is peculiar la proven as the Jaj directs Mlj applaaded swggert that Caroline be enrolled as z retasters of Intoxicating drinks from be- - con Owenton as Interesting well 20 21 J Its curative power It S PAKKS TrR BB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HE CLIMAX Houses And Lola Sold Mr lack Freeman has sold to Rev iMorrw Evans pastor of the Methodist church the beautiful new residence on Fifth street comer of North The price was ooo cash Dr Evans and family will remove at once from Stanford and take possession Mr George Myers has sold to Mr R L Gentry the nice frame residence on Second street next to the Major S Tur Â¬ ner residence Priceooo Mayor J S Collins has sold for Mrs Lena Cardwell Fox her brick residence on Smith Ballard street to Mr Ed D Ballard Brice 4 coo ic 1 1 I high private with the pay of the Captain Dr A E Aultz was therturgeon and saysjhat such case docs not occur oftcner than once in a million times Annual Meeting of The Kentucky Equal Rights Association The second annual meeting of the K E R A will be held in Lexington Novem Â¬ ber 19 20 and at It will be composed of the Executive Committe of the State As sociation the State Superintendents of Departments the State Organizer one delegale-at-larg- s and one for every ten paying members from each auxiliary association and one delegate-at-larg- e from each county in which there is no auxiliary All auxiliary associations are urged to send their full number of delegates and members of the State Association from counties where there are no local auxilia Â¬ ries are earnestly invited to be present Entertainment will be provided for dele Â¬ gates and efforts will be made to secure reduced railroad fares The morning and afternoon sessions will be devoted to the business of the convention and to the read- Â¬ ing and discussion of papers presented by State Superintendents of Departments and others On the evening of Thursday November 21 Rev Joseph B Cottrell D D of Franklin will deliver an address on Woman Suffrage Mrs Josephine K Henry of Versaillas will occupy another evening in presenting The Status of Women under Kentucky Law and it is expected that on one evening Mrs Lucy A Nield will give one of her eloqnent ad dresses on some phrase of the Equal Rights movement All the sessions will be interesting to the general public and all are cordially invited to attend Laura Clay Pres -- coming Masons The amendment was tabled at this session A Mason named Gooch from Southern Kentucky has been paralyzed and the Grand Lodge felt that aid should be exÂ¬ tended him There remained in the treasury 134 left from the Johnstown fund Mr W P Prewitt of Kirksville moved that this remnant of a fund be donated to the invalid brother and accordingly it was done The hat was passed around and near 100 more was contributed by members The Grand Encampment had a successful meeting The election of officers re- Â¬ sulted as follows Grand High Priest H B Grant of Louisville Deputy Grand High Priest J D Powers Owensboro Grand King Chas H Fisk Coving- Â¬ ton Grand Scribe C H Johnson Hender- Â¬ CO 08 CB U I o CO ES o TO DAY AND TO MORROW pi OCT 3OTH AND 3IST P3 SEA Plushes SKINS bm d - t- NOYELTIES IH WOOLBH GOODS ld Cloak kk r ft za PI W FINEST QUALITIES AND MOST POPULAR STYLES Ladies Cordially Invited CROOKE n i Â¬ lEIIETTUISTM Â¬ MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS I -- i 1C1 1 t- CLOTHING OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES JNOD -i I -- H -- Farm Hair -- i r i iwt FURNISHING GOODS T- I t BOCK BOTTOM PRICES GUI AT TIE i Â¬ 14 Mil COII Hi SAVE MONEY CO O 3NT J W NIAGKEY ATTHE W A POWELL October 29th 1889 Morton David Arnold Richard McCormack Ed Black Florence Bern Mrs Eller col Oldham Annie col Bronston Mrs MaryOIdham Miss Mary OldhamMres Minnie Boza Miss Mary Oldham Miss Lizzie Buford O Ethel Ewing Miss Nannie Ohearn Thomas 2 Owen Sidney 2 Embry Georce Gayle Miss Linda Pinkston Wm col Ramey Rev S K Green John Reed Mr John Gentry Thos E Reynolds Wm Gentry Sallie 3 Robinson bousa Gilbert Davie Harxey Miss Lucy Steal Minnie Smith Dave Harris Frank Thorp Mr Benj Hulbert F F Huches Miss Mary Todd Miss Jocie Turne Deacon L Jackson Chas S Warner aims ranme Miller Florence Williams Cornelius Miller Geo Miller Miss Nannie Whitlie Kate col Post Ofllce hours from 6 a m to 7 p Money order aud registered letter M hours prompt 7 a ir to 6 p 31 J B WILLIS p sr two-year-o- Remaining unclaimed in the Posl Oflice at Richmond Ky week ending LETTERS -- Gr Hm STINT 3D WITH A -- a- M Handsome Barber -- Shop and First -- Class Barbers Perfeot satisfaction given to every one Special atteution gives to fames Abo to say eeoatry and ehiklren friends I have moved my shop ever te the Hotel and I hepe all will seme to see Yours very respeetfctfly me -- - jt JOEL W MACKBY h A t RESTAURANT also keep at my oM ffeee Fresh Oysters Birds Han Beef S4eak and everythinc that is kept ki a tint class Restaurant JWM I I rit ORAND OPENING 20- - S SALE As Administrator of Andy MeCferd on I will 1SS9 1st at the farm 2j miles weet nf Rtefe mond proceed to sell puMleiy te the highest bidder his Stock Crop and Farming Implements Consisting of 24 Seers few yearling Steers 4 yearling Heifers six suckling Calves 8 mlleh Cows 1 yearl- Â¬ ing Bull and 2 bull Calves 2 aged wrk Mules one Mate one mule Colt 1 yearling horse Coll Two family horses 50 bogs 269 barrels of corn in the shock 50 barrels of ekl corn 15 stacks of hay 2 stacks of oats 150 bushels of wheat 1 drill eora plan Â¬ ter rake mower reaper wagon si We plows and gears corn shelter SOstawia of bees and numerous otlier tblHgs TERMS All sums of 510 and under cash over that amount a credK of 90 days with Interest Satisfactory note required Sale to begin promptly at 16 selebk GS PS in Â¬ -- 3 Brood Marcs J -- CLOAKS FURS AND Â¬ JACKET8 8ACQUE3 NEWMARKETS IN SEAL PLUSH AND CLOTH N B Death bkaoh Adaar Dbathbraqb Auer Â¬ The farm of 248 aeres wHt be rented on day of sale if not before rest Â¬ Also the most elegant line of Pars far ed N BD 18 20 Lattloa aaa Gents ever exhibited iu You are cordially invited Richmond to attend this GRAND OPENING Â¬ aUfafiiMod3kSU A SMILL FARMFQB SILL I E BURKHARDT COS FULL LINE will be on EXHIBITION We wbh to sell privately 64 ACRES DONT FORGET THE DATES good blue grass land ia Madison cms ty on 11 H L WHITE A HIgglns CO Four Mile road and For Otter creek pike mile from Ford NEW COTTAGE OF and Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT A dwelling with Street 1S 30 4 ROOMS Â¬ bitters Ave rooms over J grocery store on Main oholce fruits 8- kitchen and porch Smoke boose and other houses Good welt at door two springs for stock Young owhawt ef - Also frame dwelling house of eight rooms on Main Street J B T P IRVINB Ferd Kv J p HERNDON Notice to Creditors i eoJtasiwl We have oee haedred The accounts and notes of the late eightygvs yeatHngs for wale StrMlgr sate firm of Btoekton Willis have been good aftd eefd la to eatfeper- pkeed ia wy bands for cnHeefieo v89VB olX B9W68aaatbere AM9MB9NK 6Aov Of Pleaee cK t my ee aad settie satae b Hw gpwdweM pike 13 2 Gall and Settle JIBVBSCGBB 185 Bm For Si alalbcBri i 17- - HDAC0IYS1L - 6 3HrK wm VTS4 -- Til fgi PrntS ho Wstlirouglri V 9Fg OF FASHIONS FOR GUM CHEWERS J DUDE FULL OF FUrL- INCIDENTS OF BATTLE- - It T - THE NAUTICAL CATCHING BLUEFISH PopUnr Ideas tor StrlUh atldiammer and new tb Sticky Stuff U Made In an Indl Developed it FolnU Upon Which Depend the Fate ot Great Sport Requiring a StendyNorro and A Brand New Species Just OrentOaUn ho I wouldt marry you for auapolla Factoiy Earlr rail Tcftleta tonj Branch Armies and Katlons Quick Hand The great physiologist Blamenbacb But I havo 50000 Ho 20000 The costumes of tho last contufy and Down in the extreme southeastern Â¬ A battle does not consist s many Long Branch this season has pro The angler must havoasteady nerve had one of the monkey tribe whoso a half furnish the majority of Terro O well thats different She Â¬ the pop- part of the city is a chewing gum fac imagine in a grand advance ot vic- Â¬ and quick hand to make a success or duced a new type of dude He is movements aad conduct he carefully ular ideas for midsummer toilets and tory This enterprise Is a growing inÂ¬ torious lines of attack sweeping cvory trolling for blueflsh Tho fish must be perhaps tho most gorgeous male bolng Hauto Express watched for more tfen a year together the quaint simplicity oMhe Emplro dustry adjusting itself to a growing I say conductah how comes it them or tho It came to manage the wood for the gowna leads ttaolf so naturally to the habit In this community It is as nat- Â¬ thing before the unfortunate defeated hauled in as quickly as possible Such here His most cherished fad from that wovo reached ounh destination flight of a thing as playing with him is entirely all external appearance Is yachting half a mlnuto lato tove with great dexterity and would soft dainty Front ond of iaorica the for a at least put it in with as ouch judgment and figured lawns and dottedold fashioned ural nowadays capital Hooalor for or of The historian must so present it in his out of the question The slightest bit Commodore Gorry in all his glory as trains on time Roar ends alius late Â¬ to ask muslins the in the Hoosier descriptions tho artist in his paint of slack line or delay and in nine in- Â¬ the main stay of the Now York Yacht economy as a oook makl or a parri Harpers Bazar sheer organdie aad heavier French for a piece pf gum as It was for an old ings Even tho writer of nn official stances out of ton tho fish will break Club is not arrayed as one of him Ho roon ou spinster This animal was very muslins What great Medical Profossor the Japanese cottons figured time lloosler to request or companion account must limit himself to the pre-Â¬ away It is not an unusual thing to heaves in sight about ten oclock In partial to tfc flr Nice all other apes India silks and old time printed ohal ably offer a chaw of torbaccor art must every physician master be- Â¬ sentation of such moments as demand catch them with lacerated jaws thus tho morning and with true sailorly end would ooeaoioaaUy singe himself lies that the continued and increasing Smart Student Every body chews Doctors law- Â¬ special treatment or to such episodes showing evidence of previous battles instincts ho proceeds to tako his ob- Â¬ fore ho can succeed when he woald sally forth and rollr popularity of too The art of concealing his ignorance almost endless modi- Â¬ yers merchants that picturesque ag- Â¬ as involve important and instructl vo with anglers To tho amateur thero is servations Tho sunny side of tho round in the seow with alt the ecstasy fications is not surprising Puck gregation tho city council and the en tactical movements a good deal of downright hard work hotel piazza serves for his quarter of a Russian after tatkifig a warm vapor Thoy woro climbing up the mount- Tho full skirt of ungored breadths tiro base ball nine When tho habit All thosoevents which are less strik Â¬ about tho sport In time however ho deck and ho paces the boards with a fcath at 180 degrees of heat After falling straight all around is modified of chewing gum was confined to gig Â¬ ing which pass moro quietly but becomes accustomed to tho work of sailorly rolf in his gait with eyes ain side and coming to a steep place this luxury for a time he would gling school girls it was an object of contribute to tho constantly hauling in his lino to ro steadily fixed seaward utterly oblivi- Â¬ ho deemed it proper to assist her and svturn to his old quarters by the fire for rich fabrics and for tho use of ma Â¬ ridicule When tho girls fathers beÂ¬ which ncvertheloss not Ploase givo mo your final result can trons by having slight drapery across be reproduced movo the over troublcsomo sea tanglo ous of the admiration his appearance turning said JIo onw swallowed alaiapef arsenic Oh she replied with a hand gan chewing they formulated ingenious without too much expansion Those with which tho hook becomes clogged the front or on the sides and a deep always calls forth Ho is clad from rci iough to have dose the husiness gathered this so sudden You must as flounce of lace or of the excuses for it Now every body chows incidents which no account of the bat in which condition tho nimblo bluofish head to foot in white linon duofc Two blush r i n Kalmucks hut ia him it pro Boston Courier papa and nothing is said Any one bringing tie take any is fdr cuesl only a trifltqfr iadisfmsitioB aea fabric and a fashionable finish no the tip tho old time objections Is either Ig- Â¬ of official or unofficial one evonts noto could not see tho shimmering squid rows of gilt buttons glitter on bis coat Mr Benson I wuz much pninod obtho thousand and front sides when there is dra Ho must also becomo accustomed to an a gold band encircles his cap and a id a short while he wee quite well again pery aad the skirt is seant like those nored laughed at or looked upon with served by tho participants tho occasional soro fingor caused by tho golden anchor further enriches It Even torlieah ob do suddin death ob yor A work sa feseats happened to lie Did dey hoi a post mortem innumerable cases in which tho di- Â¬ strain upon tho lino Theso annoy- Â¬ his shoos are of white duck Across wife of the gowns worn ia the early part of interest as a relic of antiquity for some tim apes the table and Dey did sab Mr zamlnation This chewing gum factory is not a rection and control of affairs glide out ances however aro trivial in compari- Â¬ his shoulders aro tho russet leather the century wl ih our philosopher ooateuplated Evjn in mounting a eklrt of straight pretentious place Ono would bo like Â¬ of tho hands of tho officers theso aro son to the sport and tho dolightf ul sail straps to which hangs his marino Willis but doy dlndt hoi it till arter r nh solemn stwdioucnosa for about an she died Fool doctah might er knowed ly to pass it by many times without tho littlo drops of water that make tho lono flies Alexander Selkirk there is hor The illiutratioes particularly breadths to the beltSome are opportu Â¬ knowing that a process of widcinterest mighty ocean of battle and detormino There aro no mosquitoes or blacktrout glass novor sighted a sail oh hisgreat- ho couldnt sabe her llfo don Time with ly islo to mako onos life a burden as in nity for variety simply rTt tsl his attention whether they gathered all around O George was going on inside Tho Interior is victory or defeat Tho opening of tho she murmured I Rus- Â¬ Expensive give awk ned reBsieiteenees of his ferfiser some or shirred to asome are gauged much like that of a confeotionors day of a great battlo is genorally vory and salmon fishing necefcary fishinga er interest onHo could termsClark ea Â¬ know you aro strong and will protect as ho nautical tackle is not at all greater or less It is sell points tnjQU is uskaowa bat wbee the book shop and tho mo yet even now as we recline in this tho same night pleasure which may bo indulged in depth either all around on rav to be exewieed it was discovered both hips or acroes the frontone or Tho proceedings working aislarge kottio prosaicinAfter an uncomfortablo whore every individual wealthy enough by gerly scans tho rig of tho strangeran d swinging hammock I am surrounded passed start in a wet or cold bivouac to explains her points to thosweot young ony tint with consummate addrese be had others have lengthwise tucks in front fitted into the top of a stove Hero tho men wrapped in their overcoats hire a sail boat Fear my darling said things who gather at his side and tako by fear Mhed out all the beetles of the large George Do Romelvy what foar can I Chumming for blueflsh is slightly turns in gazing through his binocular from the top to any desired depth tho chicio is boiled This is tho have been gatborod shivering about and actually eaten them it U graduaHy Atmosphere sho J gummy sap of a tropical tree whiah tho camp fire trying in vain to got more expensive than trolling but It is occasion- Â¬ surround your To tho old yaohtsmon who lengthening toward the mid- Â¬ afetakia tbea for real la Â¬ is caught much as maple sap is takoa warm after tho simplest of break- Â¬ put in appoaranco in a batterod chuckled and the hammock broko s - in sose wakeewa state of pre Â¬ dle and forming a sort of pointed cui- from trees in tho North It is dried fasts of which perhaps tho draught of more exciting Tho captain of tho ally sail boat must bo notified in advance suit of bluo sorgo ho is nn object of down to punish hor Lawrence Amor rass aad a becoming style fer a person servation I belong to throe ienn hundrod monhaden much large to by tho sun into a brown lumpy sub- Â¬ pure cold water was the only pnlatablo is to s rro curious details are gives of the with depth hips about run the top in stance This Is tho part of tho gum constituent the soldior goes forth to to secure a few day ho sails out with yacht amusomontRear Commodoro re- Â¬ Do you know said De Clott On the eventful clubs a of the six inches that whon I was a small boy I was 1kis of eraag ostaugs exhibited lengthwise kinks about an inch wide that is most steadfast It is what re- Â¬ battle favorite marked to a friend tho other morning his party to his particular mai y ynars ago ia IoadoB They were and the sama distance apart thus re Â¬ mains when all tho attractive but Thero ho may novor oven see tho spot and anchors An improvised fish and I have boon ynching for thirty saved by a blow I became suddenly m and foiaale the former the Chlm- - ducing fickle sweetnesses have departed It enemy indeed usually only long grindor is placed on ono side of the years but this pointing to tho sailor- - unconseious and father believing that it a width that will fit easily I was shamming applied a sbinglo with pzL aad the latter the Borneo In over the tohips For the latter ar Â¬ is also the part which after an hour halts uncomfortablo standing still un- - Doal and tno monhaden aro ground up ly swell gets me all aback A lick sir of life e rri- - respects they presented a marked Tho guests at ono of tho big hotols great vigor This Is rangement the foundation skirt with a or two gives ones jaws a blaso fool Â¬ aor snraDnci nro or anDnrentiv use- - into what is called chum c ntrast aad did not show the least ing that is quite robelious to tho ur- Â¬ less camping in mud and under small gradually thrown overboard then tho are still laughing over tho adventures said tho office boy softly as he shooed small in the tr nd rnes eraMaehmeBt to each other steel pad twelve back aad a short gent demands of a hungry stomach arm firo await him The feeling of captain baits each anglers hook with which recently befoll one of the whlto tho cockroaches out of tho pasto pot about ieohes below it U X Washington CapitaL social habits of the Chirapaeeee indispensable as a persoa with largo An ample amount of sugar and flavor- Â¬ being exposed to tho invisible missilos a good sized pieco of tho fish and the ducked coterie Ho had talked so Thats your child undo asked fir exceeded those of the female hips is apt to be very flat in the back ing is added to this substance and of tho enemy mingled with the un- Â¬ sport begins Tho anglers pay out muoh about his handling of boats that a Yessor I j the morning on first seeing a person aad the tuoks accentuate the e ffect when cool it is kneaded and other Â¬ certainty as to what is going on their linos allowing tho bait to couple of yachtsmen determined to givo the station house keeper Mighty bow whom he knew he woald utter a loud wise treated like bread It is laid to right and left ofton produces in tho float away with tho chum Tho him a triaL They got somo mischiev-Â¬ Leas hi oughtecbo The simplest kind of full waist with Yesser admitted tho old of recognition awl running on ono of those large smooth best of troops great depression and fino chum simply aggravates the bluo- Â¬ ous girls to enter into the schomo and logged one seam down the of him would stand perfectly erect and one under oaoh middle and the back stones common to confectioners1 a consequent falling off in offensive fish and they dash through it looking entrap tho yachting gallant into join- Â¬ man hit does look sorter dat way arm extend Â¬ his arms like a ohlld to be Natural deformity No f shops and printing offices Hero strength even when tho battlo In gen- Â¬ for moro food which thoy ing a party for a short salL Tho two boss four lushes below At- Â¬ t u n up when he would wind them ing aboutgeneral favorite forthe waist it is smoothed thin by a eral is making splendid progross In Invariablysubstantial find enveloping a copper old yachtsmen kept shady and pro- Â¬ sah ho was jes born dat way line is a summer a o nd the neck of the individual in toilets its adaptability rendering it largo polished iron roller and 6Uoh moments tactics aro exhausted and snollcd hook J his is the supremo fessed to know littlo or nothing about lanta Constitution t manner of the fondest embraee aor equally appropriate for an independent made still smoother by a wide double it is only a question of grit and sonse of momont when tho anglers skill is test- Â¬ the sea in fact thoy were regarded by Leading statisticians assert that w s t an eney task for those to whom Indeed ed It is tho momont when ho needs tho dude sailor as a couplo of land- Â¬ more persons annually choke to death corsage of lace silk or Any suitable roller press Over the large sheet is duty Sheridan tolls us 1- was attached to leave the room ex-along inshore whilo eating in England than are fabric to wear with various skirts or then rolled a rod on which circular tho battle of Chickamaugua was some- all tho presence of mind ho possessor lubbers Skimming h stealth It must to be made in the same material as the knives are arranged at Intervals equal thing like that of Stone Rlvor victory Should be become excited he is sure ovor smooth water every thing wont killed on English railroads I instinct of providing and placÂ¬ skirt When used as an independent to the length of tho future stick of resting with the side that had the grit to lose his prize An advantage in lovoly but when tho sklppor pointed be terribly monotonous to annually er arm aateriaiti for her bed was garment the portion below the belt is gum Those quickly cut tho gum Into to dofcr longest its relinquishment of chumming is that either hand lines or her straight out to sea and things be Â¬ choke to death but probably it isnt so troublesome after one gets accus Â¬ marked in the female wbe would usually worn outside the skirt when it long strips The strips are passed tho field r rods and reels may bo used Sportsmen gan to dance the dude began to weaken Still moro pressing is tho appeal tc prefer the latter In both cases tho and before tho party thought it ad- Â¬ tomed to it else there wouldnt be r 1 wo hours dragging biakete completes a costume it is usually tuck- Â¬ through anothor roller press whoso the morale of tho troops when an un- Â¬ lino must bo paid out as rapidly as tho visable to change their course he col- Â¬ many who prefer it to being smashed anous parts of the reemsaiooth ed underneath the skirt and a belt or width is equal to their width and changing their position and sash of any desired width added a In one of tho rollers are grooves at fortunate termination of the battlo tide is running whon nearly out it lapsed utterly Tho purity and starch to pieces on a railroad and cremated forces an army which has done its full ng any raised part down with her wide sash or belt imparting the short-- regular intervals which are fitted into duty to retire Exhausted to the last must be reeled or hauled in again tho of tho white yachting clothes had do afterward Boston Transcript e aseuoiiag at the same time a ii Book Aent I have a valuablo waisted inspire effect and a narrow tho roller above By these tho strips gasp its resistance pushed to tho bait examined tho seaweed removed parted and peoplo scarcely recognized f gravity and an appearance of arc compressed at a distance equal to and tho lino paid out again One is as tho dainty yachtsman of the morning work here entitled How to Strength- - j belt showing the natural length of the highest pilch gives way and with likely to get a strike reeling in as in in the limp and bedraggled young man on me Memory v - nn uant i sen you a waist either style being equally popu- Â¬ tho width of a stick of gum It is copy Smithson I hearing of both animals was re lar This 6tyle of waist is a trifle thus easy to break the strips into frightful reaction the resistless mass paying out and as in trolling one who returned in tho aftornoon Strengthen the bly acute and the knowledge of neglige and therefore is more suitr sticks This is done by young ladies plunges to tho rear This is to day no must bo ever on tho lookout for tho It was a sad fate but alas the world memory No My memory is all s i was aeenrately shown They able fer strictly summer fabrics and who wrap them in small printed labels longer an organized retreat fjm posi- suddon savago strike of the fish is full of changes Cor N Y Mall right Bnt I wish you would call on Brownloy four doors below and tell med to have a pretty good idea to be worn by young matrons aad un Â¬ stretch a small band of rubber about tion to position as our predecessors When the rush comes if you have not and Express cs c him I told you to calL I loaned him for as the hour approached at married ladies for thicker goods and five of them and place tho packages taught and practiced but an uncon tho rod and reel under perfect control v twonty five dollars three months ago tbey were removed to their maturer ladies a fitted corsage is more in neat boxes holding one hundred trolablo current liko the mountain you will not only lose tbo fish but you WOMEN IN INDIA and he said hed pay roe ou the follow- Â¬ r sticks each such as are seen in the torrent which fraught with havoc and may return with a broken rod or tho j quarters thev would of their usually chosen overflows its banks Woe to loss of hundreds of feet of line Ther Are Too Uneducated to Enjoy Euro- Â¬ ing Saturday night I havent seen ivord get the blankets and en- l Even on tailor made suite the unbe- Â¬ drug stores Five flavors of the gum disaster pean Society land that can opposo no other mselves in readiness to depart the money yot and his memory must Blueflsh feed on tho schools of men- Â¬ coming aad unoomfortablo extremely are made licorice mint pine apple the An Englishmans first idea is to ask bo in c Tho dams to this stream than strategy haden and other small fish with which a terrible condition He should their removal wag protracted be high collar has given plaee to one ot winter green and sarsaparilla his friend to dinner his next to mako have a copy of your book right away j 1iie usual time it required force moderate height aad on many summer industry like every other Indianapolis tactics and tho instruction of the tho bay abounds It is a grand sight tho acquaintance of his wife and N YLedger cat them from going to the door costumes is redueed to a mere band enterprise is thrifty Indianapolis troops theso will be washed away to eee them at feeding time Wholo daughters With t a Hindoo you can liko sand heaps by the roaring waters regiments of them may bo seen to leap x Well Sam I hear you wont to a Chimpaniee having caught a and ia some cases is dispensed with News do none of those things It is often United Service Magazine ue bad a violent cough that in altogether extremists rejecting also Yos but I cant from tho water In thoir wild rushes picnic last week c to them better not evon to A was remarkably human aad any finish for the neck and allowing eafter their unfortunato proy Thoy Mohammedan will rofer with you but realize it Wasnt it a good pic- Â¬ SLOTS AND SLIDES dine PULMONARY DISEASES a No lash tho water into foam in their mad bis ladies with few exceptions aro nic a fit of coughing ease on he was the turned ia edge of the corsage to it was a failure No y given some sweetmeat or eor-- rest against the throat So severe a Antomatlc Chewlngr Gnm llymn Book Facts Emphasizing the Importance of charges and often bite each othor dur-Â¬ even moro and Welchlnc Machines jealously secluded than young man with light trousers sat ing their delirious efforts in procuring those of tho Hindoo Nor do tho down in tho custard pic the hammock stop it lie soon adopted the style will hardly become popular how Â¬ the lroper Care of the Lungs Gol darn it neaow was the ex- Â¬ c as means of obtaining these lux- - ever for there are few ladies whose clamation of wrathy rural as In more than one half of the United food Even whon not hungry thoy will women for tho most part seein to de- Â¬ didnt break and none of tho young he stood a - Really those creatures that charms are not enhanced by the soft-Â¬ gaping at an automatic chewing gum States from ten to twenty per cent of wantonly rush upon schools of othor sire moro liborty Many of them ladies got a caterpillar down hor nock rnanity so create in us strange ening effect of laoe about the throat snap and bito right Besides that there machine with tho familiar slot all deaths are due to pulmonary fish and and maiming merely and left know vory well how to manago their in tho preserves wasnt a singlo ant j no means agreeable sensations for tho husbands and if they want to go any Â¬ Altogether I think a fact which omphasizes most killing The favorite finish for the neck is a Them things mister turning to a phthisis irselves J Y Ledger j Theso canni- Â¬ affords Direeteire frill of lace lace edged mull bystander aro mighty onsartin in strongly tho importanco of tho proper sport itas thoughthem were not where or to see any thing tho men I never attended a mora dismal pic they Morchant Traveler afraid havo to find somo moans of gratifying ni bals act or plain mull sewed to the upper edge thoir workings It aint a bad kind o care of tho lungs A ROMAN ANTIQUE Living over a moist soil is moro of any thing above or below tho water them Tho rovoroucc paid to mothors of a narrow standing collar or band game for thorn as gets tho nickels but llodjr Serrant JJ1 O e of Jalts FCTS ABOUT WATER or to a round corded neck if the how about the fellow as chucks in his prejudicial to tho lungs than is breath- Â¬ An occasional shark gets among thom L extromo I know a man in high cFral hi Xnr Vork ing a humid atmosphere Theroforo a however and brings them to their position and ot middlo ago who is Tho Extent to Which It Jtingles with Ap wearer can boast of a pretty throat - a warm day in summer and I last cent and dont git his gum senses Another peculiarity of thp fish obliged to worship gods Iiaremlr Solid Ilodlrs in whom ho myself for a moment on one of and allowed to fall over the shoulders Slot machines aro making their dwelling should bo built on a sandy or The oxtent to which water mingles the same frill being continued down appearancos everywhere and in tho woll drained soil and whore tho sun is that thoy may bo caught as froolyÂ¬ does not beliovo for fear of displeasing che in Washington Square with bodies apparently the most solid during a thundor storm as on a pleashis mother and another who can not Hotels stores can warm and dry tho surface of the 1 minutes later an old white- - the front of the corsage growing nar Â¬ most curious places Tho glittering rower toward the belt Frills to match news stands ferries restaurants nro ground Ono should sleep in the sec- ant day It is said that they aro tho make tho pilgrimage which ho desires is very wonderful wears gro eame hubbttng along with as an orna ond story since if thero be any soil only fish which havo no respect for the to Benares because custom would opal which beauty are often worn at the wrists either supplied with all sorts of devices on of a rtiek and seated himself mont is only flint and water Of falling over the hands or turned back tho slot principle and selling a moisture the ground floor is sure to bo battles of tho elements Almost all oblige him to tako his mothor on his every twelve her end of the beneh lifting hundred tons of earth others seek deep water as soon as first visit to tho holy city and aho is affected by it 1 red hat to me deferentially as This is a favorite finish for varied description of merchandise whioh a landholder has in his cstato Thoy aro at all 1889 in North- Â¬ thunder is heard In taking tho census of and similar styles of sleeves which unfit to travel But most In- Â¬ four hundred are water Tho snow- Â¬ sj Most of theso machines aro kept in found no titnos an interesting study but as ono dian women aro too uneducated s lxth surprid and nattered at are wora very long good ordor being regularly inspected ern Georgia tho enumerators The moro you to tako pleasure in mixing in a society capped summits of Snowdon and Ben The graceful and altogether charm- Â¬ by tho proprietors who place thorn instance where a death had occurred captain aptly put It you rjaaifertntfen of poMtonooo In Novis have many million tons of wa- Â¬ know about whose ways study them the less on tho and thoughts are totally ter in a solidified form In every 1 -- k aad romnrked to the old ing Marie Antoinette aad Charlotte But they frequently dont work as from consumption in any house Harpers Weekly This is a them Corday fichus are a feature of mid Â¬ in tho case of tho New Hampshire south side of a mountain different from their own Efforts aro i friendly tone s statue which an being made to teach them and thero Italian carries through our streets for summer toilets and are made in mull friend Its often a game of per- Â¬ significant fact showing as it does FIRST GREAT BANKERS a dny Unele that in that region at least such a Tbej Were Jews and Did Ilunlncss In BabÂ¬ is littlo doubt that whon thoy know a sale thero Is one pound of water to plain or embroidered black colored suh it is a ine day boss she1 haps if it works you got your pur- Â¬ Â¬ good dSal about tho world thoy will every four pounds of chalk ylon 000 n C Dish year wonwinh Boles me or or white lace silk muslin or crept de chase if it doesnt you dont Still situation insures immunity from phthisis wish to see it and that whon this be- Â¬ wemthnh we vster hab ia Ckinc and worn by maids and matrons Rev Fathor J N Strassmaior S J i er The air we breathe contains five there aro thousands who drop in their Of all modes of exorcise tho climb- Â¬ whoso name is well known in Lan- Â¬ comes their object they will speedily Directoire hats have a long laoe scarf nickels and mako no complaint oven grains of water to each cubic foot of - 2 ou have Hved in Robm have attached at the back and this is if tho slot is slovenly It is said that ing of hills especially with a staff in cashire and whose almost herculean attain it Certainly it will bo better to its bulk The potatoes and tho tur- Â¬ brought forward along the edge of the theres a knack in I came from Borne myself it and that tho each hand to assist the climber is labors in tho work of cuneiform paleo- Â¬ fit them for a position before calling nips which aro boiled for our dinner boss you doaa look ner protecting brim aad secured at the thing can be worked to a charm if you probably the best for strengthening graphy have gained him a world wido upon thom to occupy it A somewhat have in their raw state tho ono sov LkJ the function of respiration and in- Â¬ reputation among Assyriologists has similar remark applies to infant mar- Â¬ entyflvo por cent tho other ninety ack no Roman Any body ud other side thus furnishing a protec- Â¬ know how Horse- Â¬ nearly completed a work of great im- - riages and child widows Tho women per cent of water If a man weighing r tor fees feawn on raise ia dis tive aad becoming vaiL When not so candy slot Is In high favor creasing the lung capacity Tho used the scarf is wound around the back riding is excelent Sydenham port an co Among tho treasures of tho must desire change boforo it is made ten stones woro squeezed flat in a hy Â¬ Scores of girls drop in their coins and to it as a specifio in phthisis British Museum are some 40000 in- Â¬ A philanthropic maiden lady who had draulic prosssevon and a half stone of 1 replied I throat Demorests Monthly ertainby I was gigglo as the resplendent packages roll referred Walking rowing and the study of scribed tablets from Babylon and other passed hor first youth was conversing water would run out and only two and chewings xra in Rome Xew York k out Tho next in favor Is tho WATER IN AUSTRALIA elocution are all valuablo cities of Chnldea which related to not long ago with a married Indian a holt of dry residue remain A man I old man made bo rejolBder and Discoveries of Under cronnd Rlvrs in -gum slot and largely patronized singing and on is chemically to strengthen commercial fiscal and other affairs lady and her widowed speaking forty five by his apparent great age I is tho fountain since these exercises tend C by girls Then there topics After she had left them pounds of carbon and nitrogen dif- Â¬ Parts f the Continent Arid tho lungs transacted in tho citio3 of the empire theso Some years ago I ventured to assert perfume slot worked with a penny I married at fused through fivo and a half pailfuls The most prolific sourco of fatal These cover a period from tho timo of tho married lady said U w old are you Unele which gives out a wee jet of cologne seven and my husband was nine years of water in these pages that the future of Aus-Â¬ pulmonary disease is the impurity of the fall of Ninovoh and the accession Lawd ehUe he answered with a tralia for the next thirty years rested This uniquo contrivance docsatjilways old Wo havo lived happily together offices In plants we find water thus min- Â¬ c chuckle which exposed his with the engineers The recent dis Â¬ work but it sometimes gives a scent the air in our homes shops and contin- Â¬ of Nabupalassar In B C 625 until How is it that this lady has not mar- Â¬ the time of the conqest of Babylon by All apartments should have a gling no les3 wonderfully A doan know I done covery of underground rivers in gnms less t In- Â¬ ried till her hair isgrowinggray Has the for a cent ovaporatos quarter tack dhH I wus fifteen year oie most arid portions of the continent Weighing slot machines with their uous supply of pure air and each Â¬ Alexander the Groathas just published nobody asked for her Thero ought of water a day-ono and acabbago pints Dr Strassmaior should have from one thous and a about dv wah broke out irregular ia dividual have given those words a greater sig- Â¬ clock faces are said to be cubic feet of lithograph fac similes of L134 in- Â¬ to bo a law in England that no ono the same wheat plant exI pis impossible I replied that nificance The difficulty of Australia action and a customer weighing often and to twelve hundred his supply scriptions dated in the reign of shall remain unmarried after a certain hales in quantity Aand soventy twoÂ¬ which to draw a hundred make you over forty and you has always been the fear that the land would be puzzled to know just what ai from Tho loyal comment of tho Death from phthisis is sure to follow Nabonidus tho last of tho native age days about ono hundred thousand i be less than seventy five on tho attack mado upon her grains of water An aero of growing will not support a large population his weight was by these wonderful the continued inhalation of an atmos- - kings of Babylon and covering tho I reckon ls bout nineteen hun These discoveries of water dispel that machines Why does not tho Em- Â¬ adulterated with air exhaled by period from B C 655 to B C 358 was simply wheat on this calculation draws and A candy motto slot was working ad- Â¬ phere u d said the old man reflectively Nineteenth Cent- Â¬ passes out about ten tons of water por fear It new appears that the vol- Â¬ Cyrus captured tho city Tho press marry again when - a short pause luseterbeUara umes of rain which fall about onoe in mirably the other day as two young othersa Southern city five criminals document contains records of almost ury In day Tho sap of plants is tho medium Caesars favrite bedy sarven J five years over the greater part of t e people stood spooning in front of it were successively incarcerated In a every of business trans- Â¬ class through which this ma3S of fluid is 1 c iron ro knows bout how long Australian continent covering with dropping their nickles and laughing Moths in Woolen Clothing cell so situated that tho exhalations actions records of sales of merchan- Â¬ convoyed It forms a delicato pump wus fifteen years ole floods the plains which for four years over tho prophecies and sentiments in i x n dond I prisoners filtered down into dise and slaves promissory notes up whioh tho watery particles run with which the chunks of candy were from other las wah wld Gaul broke out previously have not known more Moro than One hundred and fifty tho rapidity These prisoners ono after mortgages wills marriago and dower By tho a In - member de battle ob Alesia des moisture Chan might bo given ia En Â¬ wrapped They must have spent at their celt died of phthisis before tho deeds as well as tithe books and years ago Reaumur observing that action of thoofsapswift stream various properties another r z of H ww yistiday Do acrera least one dollar on the game before gland by a good fall of dewifind their day set for their execution had ar-Â¬ tcmplo accounts Eomo Idea of tho clothing moths novor attackod tho may bo communicated to the growing r j mg throo de aiah thick ez flies way through the porous soils into they extracted enough sweetness and rived Thus they wore put out of tho power of the scribe caste is to bo wool and hair on living animals in plant Timber in France is for in- Â¬ a merlaeses Jog de javlias wuz channels and chambers beneath as they walked off sucking their fin- Â¬ way but not as the law intended gained when we find the names of over ferred that tho natural odor of the stance dyed by various colors Doing x aenIwuzloekiBenfumderare the surface where at a depth of gers and repeating the soft nonsense which permit of 800 of theso brethren of tho stylus ap- Â¬ wool or of tho oily mattor in it was mixed with water and pourod over by All occupations vi i I seed a araher aim a arrer at 1000 or 2003 feet they provide an in- Â¬ to each other an observer might be exercise tend toward pear in the deeds and it is possible to distasteful to them Consequently ho tho root of thetroe - Dahlias are also much r 3 Julius grab up a 6hieT en exhaustible store of the most precious Inclined to say God bless that slot I distinguish the handwriting of many rubbed various garments with tho colored by a similar process N Y immunity from pulmonary disease Tho latest automatic novelty which wool of fresh pelts and also wet other Lodger r - nter de thick er de fight en wuz commodityknown to the Australian All employments which necessitate re of them Ono very important point Is garments with tho water In which i time terketohiffi ez he fallium squatter It is impossible to say at has becomo quite a croze la England maining indoors are prejudicial espe- - Dwwiaimi by these documents namo- convenient in jss I got a arrer throo ray side present how the use of these under Â¬ is the box placed LATTER DAY AXIOMS one is obliged to inhale ly that the invasion oi uyrus wei- - j wooi nau ueen wasueu unu luuim uiau daily where I v lu totia im off en wuz laid up ground supplies of water may change churches and chapels for the purposo by moths air laden with mineral ormetallc dust comed as it was by tho priests and theywero never attacked smoke and Tbo VIev or n Chicago Imitator of tho r two or thee moats atterwuds the face of the Australian continent of providing folks with bymn Thus mtnistors gardeners nursery- Â¬ people and only opposed by tho court Experiments with tobacco WUe Solomon 1 I got well Mar Julius gun me a The overfldWtfrom one bore ata place The box is a small wooden affair with men farmers and ship builders are not and army caused little disturbance to tho odors of spirits of turpentine bad luck but There j tuJi en wee he died be lef diree-- called Kerribree has already cut a a slide lid On the lid there is this as liable to acquire phthisis as aro the affairs of trade Babylon was showed that both woro equally do world b is thero little heap of badin tho is a man Â¬ t 3 jq bis will for me terbegradully was necessary to closo channel of several feet in depth inscription agement printers knife grinders varnlshers captured on the 16th of the month structiyo but it vory tightly andkoep tho ra pa ted so I ud be free woa I through the sand and now forms n and stono cuttors And stone cutters Tammuz B C S58 and wo havo hero j the rooms dense pleasure but virtue vico vs very a iiundod years ole Ahbutdem permanont liver of several mMbs in in them for tweutv- - consolesslings in Place one penny in the box and ob- who work in tbo open air live twice as a loan of sliver dated on tho 7th of tho fumea in pain xs ro- added with a length in what used to bo an absoln o gooi ole times be long as those who work indoors A month while tho first transaction after four hours to obtain satisfactory of Nothing keeps a man from gaining tain the use ot a bjmnbooic uf regret ly waterless country It Is only to be plow grinder told the writer that ho tho capture occurs on the 21st of the suits Chests of cedar or sprigs knowledge and wisdom like thinking so dLsagrccablo to them spent de quartah M rs expected that as more water is brought this tree aro Is dona was tho only ono living of thirteen who month only five days after the fall he has both J s gun me he remarked giving to the surface the clouds will take up It is quite a scientific arrangement started to work twelve years ago tho Several great inscriptions indeed al- Â¬ that they will not deposit their eggs Man can not become perfect in a hun- Â¬ a ideioBg look ea I needs ernud more moisture by evaporation and the and works easily When tho penny la rest having died of consumption while most half relate to the transactions of where this odor is at all strong but dred years but he can become corrupt jj wr er ter git some liniment fer my rainfall wfil incroasev Then with placeo In the box it acts on a spring he himself had only prolongod his lifo the great banking tirm of Egibl and should tho eggs be laid before the gar- - in less than one r- naUz Is yer get any small change regular rainfall and inoxhauslble tanks which throws open the slide lid dis- - by careful attention to well known his sons whom many Assyriologists monts are packed away the odor will Fight your ovn battles and ask no yo clos boss are inclined to regard as J owe thoir not prevent tho hatching of tho eggs favors and you will succeed better and crooks even the Australian squat closing the hymn book Tho penny laws of hygiene larval Mao drops down a secret silt in the lid and A vision of imperial Rome rose tip tor might begin to be contented In addition to living in a suitablo names being also spelt Ikibl or Jacobl nor tho destructive work of thobe pro-Â¬ than one who is always beseeching aid afterward Clothing may also Manchester Guardian is hidden from view and secured from dwelling in a hoalthful situation tak Â¬ j e me witli all Its glory and mag- - mlllaas Magazine Kind words cost nothing and thoy tected from moths by packing it in In a fit of Z nee aad power removal It seems almost like a re-Â¬ ing proper exercise out of doors pay- Â¬ How to Have Good Servants ore easior to uso than any other Â¬ Wanted a Veteran She stout cotton or paper Ibags mado perhanded the old man a twenty flection on the worshippers for tho au- Â¬ ing attention to the ventilation of Tho best way to look at a friends Ono fectly tight but this must bo dono bo Set them a good example c uX gold piece aad when 1 started Old Mrs Smiley Next timo I get tomatic beauty or tho workmanship is rooms and following a healthful occu- Â¬ faults is to shut both your eyes appear on tho wing a my reverie be had disappeared took down sick my dear I wish you that tho door or lid can not be shut pation one should eat a proper amount ounce of practico is worth a pound of fore tho moths Courage is always greatest whon Harpers Bazar b td a dump of shrubbery in the wouldnt hayo that there young sprig until the vergor himself takes the coin of nourishing food dress warmly bathe piecopt blendod with modesty Take timo to teach thom their du Â¬ Is replaced frcquontiy and avoid all excesses of crecuon of Sixth avenue Pack of adoetor come to attend to me I out when the hymn book Which Is tho best stories That de-Â¬ and to notice Distributing His Favors dont go much on young doctors no and the door is fastened Thero is whatever nature if he would havo ties thoroughly ill porformed whether pends When you are toling thom they aro well or A Philosophical View of It inside tho box which healthy lungs Youths Companion also an indicator how Young Mrs Greene Honry dear do the lotfg ones whon you aro listening Abstnin from frotfulness or anffer at - WflL Maria who would shows how many coins havo been put Mr soM Unele Hiram who used you thinkso muoh broad and molasses tho short ones upon playlng card3 is uniÂ¬ neglect ignorance or Inattention Let in so that oven tho verger has to bo A tax x one to a staging dub la his early you like to have me call The liar wants to knock you down If izvou iur xxari r versal in Europe with tho exception of vour reproof henuio out urm Mrs S Pve kinder took a notion to honest d s I sever heard a woman play Young Mr Greeno Gertalnly Its you doubt his word The honest man What the future of the slot and Spain America being tho only othor ner dun that woman we heard in Boston that doctor around the corner Never reprove one servant before good for him Dontyou know bread will stop to reason matters not can C cght It was just awfuL My no muoh about him hut I see hes got 6lido may be who tubes tell Per Â¬ country which does home now tax playing- another sullenness will oftonor bo the is tho staff of llfo A student asked by a professor consumption become a3 -cards sold for a sign out Veterinary Surgeon and haps when pneumatic cvs ache oven sow Young Mrs Greene but ho would discover a fool answered of so doing than obedience result Â¬ Yes replied bis nephew she was I think he must bo a- man of experi- Â¬ popular as telephones and aro atÂ¬ Franco collects thotax by means of tho By the questions he would ask Do not withholdcommendatlpn whon soTnuch molas3os youkno paper used for making tho cards whlob tached to our houses and stores shop Some peoplo resemble a brook thoy loan tbats a laot dui men ence Amerlea Young Mr Groeno Well what of rr tr deserved ping will be done by developments of is manufactured specially and is sold cxeoutiea and act as if it He doesnt oat tke molassos ho aro always murmuring Remove temptations It is said that tho Portland Ore the slot and slide by tho government at a r e which icorga exclaimed tho old gentlo- leaves that on the door knob Puok When a man skeleton 1 j placed by find good principle Drop a dollar in the slot and re- Â¬ covers the tax InItaly anU Germany you expected to as he seized bis nephew Dy tne Board oi Charities tried to induce tho 3 a monkoya there aro stronger points of tho truth that Never lose night blind hand organ ceive your groceries for tho day may a small device Is imprcssad upon tho you dont mean to say that tbey street beggars Tho English language is pervadÂ¬ of rosomblanco than of difference a groat moasuro mor Â¬ so far as that Well Osntfor grinders and pencil peddlery aad- the some day be as common as Ice cards ace of hearts indicating that the tax you aro held in for thosa of your ing the earth Most of the largo cities tr Obstinacy is the heroism of littlo ally responsible or- Â¬ and the Church I only ri to judge them terrible heard her like to accept aid mostleave themstreet An English hundred has alreadyslide has been paid of Europe and many small ones notv mind household Vsj of were dered five but found that automatic a woman It seems Doctrines are of use only as they are Kemomber that the goldon rule apÂ¬ have their English newspaper Klcc once fighting Modoc Indians snaking handsome wages begging and hymn book boxes for Its free seats The Via But than they had to listen to Lieu may go topcrdUionr practiced to them as well as to your equals Dresden Munich Berlin Paris Romo couldnt be- hired for any reasonable Who will be tho man to start apneu- - havo become Industrious farmers in plies tcr every night And they wont have sum to giro up their lucrative oecupa Naples Geneva and many others Have with their heads full of truth Ghica the past twelve years and half of them In education means and position delutery company actlc slot or slide tc hear her again Perhaps itsalUor go Globe r - Louisville Cpurier JouraaL i Eave profewed Christianity J one tr two -Gsormj- Bostoa Glober tfJostoa lraassopt liOBfi I --- INTELLIGENT MONKEYS Carlos Anecdotes of a CUdjuun end an REVIEW Â¬ U fib 13 I S holtor-skel-t- er OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC 20000 OF- - WORTH i CLOTHING of bis own selection for which he paid GASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to give to bis castomers Â¬ Â¬ STOUFFER INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE 5CJ kptaJIsiGiiliUisMii HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Â¬ STOUFFER IS THE OLDEST CLOTHIER lii BICliOUD fj And knows precisely what yon want us isulr h Ms kmi hi i IIBplii ieeM j Elegant Prince Alberts - c- Â¬ j Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks j t- - - j j - HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES ii irFTTriH1 -- A PROFUSION O- F1 - Â¬ Â¬ UNDERWEAR EXTENSIVE LINE OF - 1 NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN tstWiWfW It8 flWsfaUs tries mm tar 0 IB NO Ti STOUFFER STIFLES 1XlFSrSa3 uu H537 Â¬ UK - g Slkagfii OF- - DO THE PRICES plaster-of-pari- - H STRBNG Wipe Out Coinpetitieia And o ilav I am recognized as the friend of all who want GOOD My store is crowded daily with custom GOODS AT LOW PEICES nd the ers who recognize me as the leader in everything I Handle DESTKOYER OF BIG PRICES I will give you a few samples of our - sister-in-la- w sun-flow- er Calicoes 5 cents per yard Heavy Brown Cotton G cents per yard Good Canton Flannel S cents Good Red Flannel 20 cents per yard per yard Good Jeans 20 cents per yard 36 Inch Henriettas 25 cents per yard - - tt sister-- Handsome Dress Goods at 10c Per Yard Beautiful Side Band Dress Patterns at 650 a pattern When you are through looking over our immense stock of Dry Goods It will be of great benefit to you not to neglect our TREMEOUS in-law -- c tock of Olothin Good Overcoats from 1250 up to 2500 Good Suite of Cioihes from 500 up to 8250 Good Suits lor Boys irom 300 np to 1000 Good Overcoats for Boys from 200 up to 1200 out-of-do- or j i OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS A MARVEL of BEAUTY and is beyond question the best stock and cheapest one in this city c bks i j w i is a beauty embracing every style and quality conceivable from We have New Markets at 500 up to Handsome Plushes everything that one can imagine for Ladies Misses and Children in Long Cloaks Jackets Sacques Etc Dont fail to givo our Cloak Department a look sr40 We Have Maile Unusual Esertions in Our Boot anrTSlioe Line We have Mens Boots from 200 up to 500 Bya Booftrfrfim 100 upwards Lndies Shoes at all prices and wsrwill snvfc ejfejy pHrchaser money that will give our Boots arid Shoes a look It wilf pay you II m ab--xU- ul OUR LIME OF CABPETS miley-r-Wo- lL t never was better ia styles and prices - i I - m m m - 3 - No line has been neglected Wo aim to make owery department a specially in itself HATS AND CAPSin large quantities T1NDER- in profusioiu Blankets Shawls and everything that is nsu- ally kept m a nrst class house We nave polite ana attentive cierKs We want to be kept busy Dont hesitate to come and pnefeour goods If you dont want to buy you may Inter Jyst come alrtnp gad be iu flic van if you like the Music Pncernade bylftRtjjrt at Call money in your pocketi Dorit forgaf thai 100 at ouq ugain iu will be store will go as far as 200 will at any other store TheJlMal Wave holds forth it crs - c a- - MJ p HO M Strett KiMM Ky t4 i iS U- JI