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Digital page images are linked to the text file. --W4if v i fSv f v HNr sifSSta Jr Tf nfal stJim Ml -- Afc -- H1-1 lfl IB Wu sJ volume ATTORNEYS in How RICHMOND EXPLORER DE BRAZZA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY A NOYEMBER 6 1889 ACTION I ROYAL FAMILY t 3 M HP 11 NUMBER 21 M l K- F - lSUKrtAOl ATTKXEYSKentucky k m A fc i CATS SAGACITY ROGUERY ON THE TURF ARTILLERY IN SPAINS lie Managed s- - - No V US Itwrnms BftfcHHf Flnt j - MLLIVAA 7 TOKXEY A T-I-- A 11 RiimoDi - Kentucky MHtr A - f j n v ihiiiIjt JimIk Firt NrwCsim iwfBfwarljrne - s lOW ELL R iK - TTONXEY m n Secoitd T LA r Kentucky J- - t Sret DENTAL hUKGERY LP R C A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SURGEOX II 10 msd v i Mior Kentucky M j J C limMtM IdeUMrjMORGAN D D S C Smlli HM4ite V M UW N MbIii Street 4ftl P Office - RICHMOND KEXTUCKT Main Street V Tills ixiwiIit never Mir if A marvel ol puril Mrcuftli ami wlioloonienrtM More ecuiiniiiiral than thr ontrain kinds aid qhiiiioi behold in competition wih the mill titiules of low tc t bhort ucliUI alum and JlnKpliiiH powilrra Si only In cin ltoYAi Pakim PiivrntKlu 100 A all street 21 20 Mew York 1 Absolutely Pure ever Madison National 3- - Savorgnando Brazza next to Stanley as the greatest of living said Mr Carl Africian travelers No one who has ever Steckelmann seen Do Brazza on his travols ho con- Â¬ could fall to recogntzo tho tinued fact that he was born to bo an ex plorer I shall nover forgot tho tlmo I met him far Inland when I was traveling up tho Kwllu river Ono day I reached a trlbo who soldom saw whlto men They were not very hospitable but finally con- Â¬ cluded to sell mo food After a few hours I got on pretty friendly terms with them and they allowed mo to camp In the village Suddenly 1 ob Â¬ served a littlo commotion among the nativos A few carriers wore seen emerging from the forest and with them was a slender sad oved poorly clad whlto man It was tho Governor of tho French Congo himself and ho was off on ono of his long tramps through tho country Do Brazza approached a group of natives and asked them for food Tho savages thought this was piling It on No they said gruffly wo have ono whlto man hero already You cant got food hore You had bettor go on I regard Natives Who Refused to Sell Illm Food your vay De Brazza said nothing He sim- Â¬ ply ordered his carriers to lay down their loads in the mlddloof tho village Then ho sat down apart from the naÂ¬ tives while ono of tho men unpacked hi9 astronomical and other Instru- Â¬ ments The explorer went to work to make observations for position and to calculate his altitude It was the strangest sight tho naÂ¬ tives over saw this whlto man study- Â¬ ing his Instruments so Intently and fig uring away on a bit of paper They made up their minds that his Instru- Â¬ ments were a very powerful fetich and that this white man was a per-Â¬ Soon a son not to be trifled with crowd gathered around htm and when tho curious blacks camo too noar tho explorer frightened thom away by his gruff mannor and impatient gestures Get away from me Clear out Lot mo Dont you seo Im busy alone1 he said At length De Brazza finished his work and put away his instruments Somo natives had been cooking their evening meal in front of their hut Their meat and vegetables which had been boiling In a pot wers ready and tho group gathered around tho dying Do Brazza fire and began to eat watched them for a minute or two Then he took a tin plate and a largo spoon walked up to tho pot helped himself liberally to its contents with- Â¬ out saying a word to any body sat down by a tree and regaled himself with native cookery He knew just tho affect his action had produced upon tho native mind and just what to do Then bo told tho villagers his men were hungry and must bo fed Fed they were with all they could eat for who would daro to oppose a great medicine man who carried such a re- Â¬ Do markable fetich as a theodolite Brazza slept in the village that night and next morning he paid the natives woll for all they had given him and took his departure De Brazza is one of the few oxplor ors who are perfectly willing If need be to livo for months on native cook-Â¬ ery If ho has no supplies on hand ho is not afraid to travel without them Stanley said that Do Brazza was one of tho most dilapidated looking objects he ever saw whon ho suddenly turned up on tho Congo ono day barefooted and in rags Do Brazza relates how evor in the story of his early travels on the Ogowe an experience that near- Â¬ Ho arrived ly upset his equilibrium at a village ono day and requested a woman to cook him some dinner Sho prepared the meal and while ho was eating it he asked his dusky host tho name bf the fish she had set before him She replied that it was not fish but snake ho was eating Though ho thought tho dish an inviting one his imagination got tho better of him and tho explorer says ho suddenly lost his appetito and did not regofn it until tho next meal time N 1 Sun SENSIBLE HOUSE DRESS The Easiest Way of Slodetlnsr a Gown for how to make up every day house dresses The wrapper Is not a very good work Â¬ ing dress and a separate basque waist is not always convenient to manage But tho Gretchcn waist Is both neat and convenient and withal tho easiest way to model a house dress It is sim- Â¬ ply a close fitting plain waist such as wore worn many years ago and which seem the most sensible for wash goods Any good basque neatly fitted and cut off at tho waist line will serve as a pat- Â¬ tern Lino tho waist and face it with a bias strip half on inch wide to mako a firm basis for sewing on tho skirt Mako the sleeves to full slightly at tho shoulders and wldo enough to raise to tho elbow If to work in Gore tho front and side breadths slightly and havo tho back straight and fulL Gath- Â¬ er tho skirt by turning it down and sew it over and over The bottom of tho skirt may bo finished off with braid or a narrow strip of tho samo goods may ba gath Â¬ ered and used as a ruffle by inserting it in tho hem This is particularly pretty If a stripo runs lengthwise of the goods and serves to prevent wear at the hem- - A pocket for a slmplo dress liko this without drapery is neater looking if put on the outside Tho Gretchen dress is suitable if mado up in print glnghtm or scorsucker goods and is very easily washed and In contrast to tho drapery ironed usually worn this dress has a pretty prim appearance refreshing to tho oye With somo neat laco or a cam- Â¬ bric tlo at tho neck and a nlco apron one can feel well dressed for ordinary occasions at home A dusting cap is a serviceable littlo addition when sweeping or working at any dusty task And this is the way we mako ono Take a pleco of cam- Â¬ bric brown or blue as preferred twenty two Inches In length and cut In a circular shape or rather In a long oval so that tho pleco may bo twenty inches wide Cut out a facing of tho same or any contrasting shade about one and one fourth inches in width and faco tho outer edge Stitch it down on the inside edgo only with two rows of stitching leaving room for one half yard elastic cord to be run in Gather this up to suit tho head Pink the outer edges with scissors Now I assure you girls thesa caps ere dangerously becoming usually Cor Ohio Farmer CKEEDDD Sr ZIMCSl i 11 IIE KENTUCKY Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is tho only medicine of its class that is guar ontee 10 Denent or cure diseases for wnlcn WARRHTED recommended or -the money raid for it do prompur reiunaea win Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors from the common DirnDle blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula or blood poison salt-rheum or Tetter Eczema Krvslnelas Fcver- sorcs Hip joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and Swellings Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick Keck and Eating- Sores or Ulcers Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump Â¬ tion which is Scrofula of tho Lungs by its invigorating wonderful blood - purifying and nutritivo properties It taken In time Lungs Spitting of Blood Short Â¬ For Weak ness of Breath Catarrh in the Head Bron Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy It promptly cures the severest Coughs nor lorpia Liver Biliousness or Liver Complaint Dyspepsia and indigestion it is an unequaled remedy Sold by druggists rinMt reoMenee Kverythlns 17 t tMfthiH ttK lHYSKIANS P0Y2JTZ Kentucky Drag J- - 1 J M M irslCI X INDSURGEON AD mi nanl itf w Hfm hjx te White il VvNSM D XV UHGBQN Kkntuck 1 i R 1 AYLOR ine and Surgery KkNTLCKY DykM Grocery S- lit2 PractitienerlnMedi iim Nn -- siwm MwHver x - GORMLEV SADDLES ISO T D lOIINM FOSTER Kk tick - Main frtt next rfimr to Irxn i n shlntee Ht eur Main and ThiSwenur a - DSfiEO limSSS I t 1111 L ROBERTS IX iSUI W CGORMLEY CO com tiniic in iheir clesrant Iioiip enr iter ci Mmiii and Sfcoml StreHs IXVSUIIEUX Kentucky vOD At Winefci Tn4rt Drc Store one nw KaiMMV ewrtirt OSrs hi pro J iMrvlwllteptblks SEXSMITU - Uiclimond Ivy formerly occupied bv J I Ilenidon as a drus store It In tho Killing of a Tearllng Sneaking of intelligent cats wo owed ono when wo were camped on tho Big Sandy river who know a thing or two Tho Doctor was not hand- Â¬ some none of us thought that but in a country where ono saw only Indians and coyotes week In and week out a cat was a good companion for a man who had to watch tho camp whon tho others wcro away with tho cattle Tho most noticeable thing about tho Doctor at first blush was his faco and his eyes There was a white spot over ono eye and half of his faco which mado him look liko a bald faced To add to tho odd effect horse caused by this blotch tho Doctors eyes wero of different colors Ono was green and the other a sort of brown But If tho Doctor was not noted for his beauty ho was much re-Â¬ spected on the Big Sandy and no littlo consideration was shown him in look- Â¬ ing after his wants It is certain that as far as provisions wont he always fared better than any man in tho camp If there was ono thing which tho Doctor and the rest of us took a lively interest In It was tho killing of a year- Â¬ ling to got fresh meat It may bo supposed that fresh meat was not ecarco in a cattle camp but this was not true It was not often that tho few men who watched tho herd found tlmo to do any slaughtering So whon It was decided to kill a yearling there was an unusual stir of Interest among tho men Tho Doctor In a short tlmo got to know so much about this oporatioh that at tho first sign of preparation ho gave expression to tho wildest glei A3 soon as ono of tho men began to sharpen his knifo tho Doctor climbed a fenco post and on top of it began a series of crazy antics He raised his back with hair standing up liko por- Â¬ cupine quills and howled until tho men started to lassoo a yearling Then tho Doctor became a four logged fiend With a wild scream ho leaped from tho post and ran before tho horses tum- Â¬ bling over and over clawing at tho ground and tangling himself up with tho horses feet But when tho yearling was caught tho Doctor becamo still more violent and his actions were simply demoni- Â¬ acal Not till tho yearling was killed did ho become calm and then tho con- Â¬ trast was startling Ho walked around tho prostrate animal with an air of tno keenest delight always ending his celebration by leaping lightly to its back and sitting there purring softly and looking contented with tho world and every thing on its surface N Y The Hcone Delight Taken by anmBQ nun HQITIPCQ u uuu nuiiiujji W V M D - frsi- AX AXV SUJtGEOX - MADE TO ORDER of Hie best materials and by the best work men Cooling Blnnkets Horse Boots Toe Weighls Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Ruckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Kidins and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hnme Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Saddlery and Harness Shop A Â¬ te Hall Kentucky the Pb- 8- - - uls itrotcislonal rviato 111 S X LETOUKR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M imond 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to haul their own coal will Lot have to chmm the railroad Tlie Largest and Finest Hotel in I respeol fully r quest a literal pat ronKe of the cilizeni of both county tie city and city 13- T B DRONSTON LOUISVILLE COAL Rates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel 32 31 IIMMAliTElt Having taken a thorough onuree In Kindergarten under MUs Adams of Lexington I will open TBBKEYSf ANTED Mr representing unman Kri iit Paris Ky will ir ii a Mihool at my Imme on Third Street Turkey Peiw here alxMit Noveinher A large and well venlltated room will l and uH waul twreHtv llioUBnd tie built especially for this purpose urkeRMt hiKliest market price He For further Information apply to a liberal buvrvdave your iurbe 8 M iss LOUJA BRONrfTON fur Itini 280 i Third Street 18 25 -- George W Judy On Monday September 9 89 C- fantry Attack Tho idea prevailing before tho Theso women aro not all Spanish Franco Prussian war that tho effect of Tho Queen is an Austrian and the In Â¬ artillery fire on tho ranks of tho ono- - fanta Paz lives in Bavaria but tho my was moral rather than actual is Queen dowagor better known as IsaÂ¬ conclusively wiped out by tho account bel II has unmistakable national of two actions found in tho recant cnaractorlstics Unconventional and work by tho great authority on this acute kindly and full of fun tho Al arm Prince Kraft Hohenlohe quintessence of gracia good natured though Prussia gave tho Austrian s a to all making up for tho grave defects tremendous licking In 18C6 sho recog- Â¬ of her education by tho keenness of NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE nized the fact that tho Austrian bat wits tho Queen Isabel let history apÂ¬ tories wero far superior to hers and preciate her political conduct I am immediately set to work to improve talking at present of her character 13 thom with tho following result In 1870 a pure Spanish type she is what as described by Prince Kraft I Talno would call a representative could nover havo believed that the In- Â¬ type of not a few Spaniards Nor struction given in timo of peuco would does her daughter the Infanta Isa- Â¬ havo borno such exedent fruit in spito bel Countess of Girgentl belio tho Standing country of tho excitement of action Familiar of her birth behind tho Captain of a battery I heard and gay of liveli- Â¬ a marvel Against ness quietly give tho order him no slave activity and infantry In front 1000 paces from tho of etiquette endowed with a frank and ionaire philanthropist Firo one gun C There is not a betting man In tho right flank ready decided character the Infanta Isabel country who Is not full to the lip of Then ho waited holding his field glass practices virtue In a thoroughly Span- Â¬ ene Â¬ ish manner without angularity tho until stories of roguery and not a stabler to his oyo tho point on sensltlveness or affectation atidsier Â¬ boy who could not enlarge tho betting my approached withAre had to suit the Queens taste But a and out tho smallest trace of prudery mans repertory if ho told all he know which tho guns wore laid Rapid firing from What distinguishes her from the group Nobody connected with races ovon gavo tho ordor Qneens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ Then there was a of Spanish women with whom sho affects to be surprised when he hears tho right flank of sharp practice and there are great hellish sight for tho advancing enemy would naturally be classed is a manly essary to buy them owners who would no moro b3t than disappeared from view in tho clouds of independence an affection for sport archbishops because thoy know that If smoke which tho shells threw up as and bodily exercise which seems rather they did even their characters could they burst and toro thoir way through to belong to the Saxon race No one not escape tho mud which moro or less tho ranks After ono or two minutes calf deny individuality to the Infanta smirches every man whoso chief inter- Â¬ tho attacking enomy camo out on ono Isabel and this quality makcb her est in human affairs is the comparative side of the smoke It had passed tho very sympathique and assimilates running of your horses Now why is point on which the guns wero laid and her to the women of the Renaissance that Speculators on Change aro very in spito of terrible loss approached Tho Infanta Paz possesses refined often not nice men and somo of them with undeniable bravery Then tho tastes such as a love of painting and are wo fear deliberate and accom- Â¬ Captain gavo the command Cease fir- Â¬ making verses but has given no proof plished liars but they aro not all ing 1600 puces ono gun ccaso fir- Â¬ of a really artistic temperament Tho And when tho guns were now Infanta Eulalia elegant and highly QUOTES PRICES THAT- smirched as tho turf men are even in ing At 1600 paces from strung has no distinguishing mark tho eyes of tho very strict and a largo laid ho cried The ef- Â¬ among tho multitudes of ladles who majority play fair So do the majority tho right flank rapid firiug horrible over Â¬ are tho ornaments of ball rooms and of card players whom ono would a fect was brilliant priori expect to be at least as much whelming No attack could havo re-Â¬ delight tho oye with their beauty Again wo have tho effct Fortnightly Review Inclined to sharp practice as any bet sisted it ting man Tho question has been of tho German guns at St Prlvat When tho head of the French column answered a hundred times by sporting CALM AS THUNDER writers by statement that somehow became visible over tho hill our trial Rob Rurdette Swoops Down upon a Poet shots reached it at a range of not only betting men but horse-dealeess and Takes Her Scalp also catch roguory as a sort of 1900 paces and my thirty guns opened Somo sentimental being writing a rapid firo Tho enemys in- Â¬ disease from tho beasts thomsolves about tho placid days of our sires IN FACT THET ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY but that Is ot course only a jocular fantry was enveloped in tho thick says very prettily smoko which the shells mado as they confession of Ignorance and we fear ALL TO BE TEE With the minuet in fashion tho truo answer must bo much more burst But after a very short tlmo wo Wto could Qy iato a passkra All would wear the calm they wore cynical There is no such roguory in saw tho rod trousers of tho masses Long agT which wore approaching us appear any amusement as there is on tho turf Well If tho calm they wore long because there is no amusement In through tho cloud I stopped tho fire ago has gone with tho minuet wo which roguery pays so woll and Is so A trial shot was fired at 1700 paces range this was to show us tho point pray that that stilted cake walk little ltablo to adequate punishment which passed If a man cheats at cards ho can bo up to which wo should let them ad- Â¬ style of walk around may nevor be for re Â¬ vance before reopening tho rapid fire dancing long ago explanation detected past all doubt or vived It was in tho calm days of Wo did tho samo for tho ranges of 1 and if he is detected ho is for the rest tho minuot that In England 223 crimes of his life a hopelessly ruined man It 500 1300 1100 and 900 paces In spito of tho horrible devastation which wore punishable by death for somo Is next to impossible on tho contrary wero boiled to death for to ptuve a robbery on tho turf You tho shells cause in their ranks these offenses men r others they were calmly burned at may suspect that a ring knows ac- Â¬ brave troops continued to advance to Every but at 900 paces tho effect ot our firo the stake this punishment being ad- curately which horso will win Its to Presbyterians and every was too deadly for them they turned ministered squared members having Tribune people who calm formidable competitor that is having around and fled we hurled shells after liaptists the mold minuets also dug up bribed his owner or his trainer or his thom as long as wo could see them dancedbones of people whom tho dis- Â¬ NEW STYLES JN DOGS cring they jockoy or his attendants or you may Here was an Infantry attack which was repulsed purely and simply by tho firo liked and hanged and burned them Mastiff null Docs and Terrinra Itaro beltovo that a horso has been run up to of artillery Tho proposition is also over again when men were branded preposterous odds by artistic lying Plftre of the luj Taken the laid down that a line of artillery can with hot irons for begging when civil is tho valuo of tho suspicion Now nothing Is so scorned as Spitz but what war seemed to bo the great national or tho pug The huge mastiff tho Nobody dare peach and unless somo not bo broken by a frontal attack by pastime when tho world was given Tho effect of shrapaell body peaches to obtain evidence re-Â¬ infantry bulldog tho bull terrier or tho fox ter- Â¬ reaches out to 3800 yards and from over to cruelty and heartlossness as It rier are a In mode The littlo Blen-Â¬ quires almost supernatural acumen 1100 to 1200 yards tho effect of artil- Â¬ has nover been since ah yes woll indon Spectator heim has a certain cachet because tho -lery is absolutely annihilating Lon- Â¬ they wero too calm for our blood HAS A BIG LINE OF- United States is in a roundabout way Wo prefer a littlo moro long ago don Telegraph THE REAL PRESIDENT with tho Marlborough connected vigor in dancing and a littlo loss of it family Tho bull dog when at all A New and Unique Variety or Crank That GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN in killing and torturing to suit our amenable to the wiles of mankind Is Infests IVashlncton calmness degenerate idea of If gentle and very affectionate although The most interesting of tho late A Queer Mixture of Crank Fhlloiopher any body wishes to dance on stilts liko Anarchist and Humanitarian it looks so wicked But of tho entire comers is the man who imagines ho is Georgo Francis Train crank and a stork this is a free country and procession of smart dogs the fox terÂ¬ tho President and who resembles tho he may hop around the ball room rier undoubtedly metaphorically and President so remarkably that I havo philosopher and according to hisÂ¬ to pleases himself but on tho vile own statement an anarchist but withHis body several times mistaken ono for tho really takes the cake caitiff trying to revive the calm that should bo entirely whlto and only one other when they were not close at al tho mildest mannered man that went with that stylo of heel shaking for which it has no room and they must go over waved the red flag without know- Â¬ Â¬ half his faco and cars should bo hand In closo quarters one could dewell hew his carcass into as many marked his tall should bo bitten of tect that uncertain movement of tho ing what it meant Mr Train is in pieces as thero aro figures in a cotillon just after his birth and in timo a few oyo which is found in every crank and some respects tho most romarkablo Makes us feol a little calm just to citizen that Now York thai hot bjd hairs grow on tho end of it that aro I was curious to know what ho was think about it Bob Burdette in Can you direct mo to tho insano of romarkablo men possesses and his Brooklyn Eagle plumy In effect The fox terrier is frightfully nervous consequently ho asylum I said to him ono day as I unique eccentricities are world famed Georgo Francis Train was born in Is not a good dog to take out driving met him In tho street EVILS OF IDLENESS No sir ho replied I am some- Â¬ Boston March 24 1829 In 1833 his as ho wants to meander all over tho father mother and threo sisters died The Moral Force of Occupation and Em- Â¬ carriage and havo you stop while ho what a stranger in tho city and havo ployment of the Mind oxchanges greeting with any largo not learned tho location of that insti- Â¬ of vpllnw fovpr in Xnur Orlnnna Tn 1842 ho was in college in Cambridge Occupation and industry are so often dog ho may notico on tho sidewalk tution Mass Ho was married October 5 recommended merely for tho material He has a weakness for large dogs If After an office I suppose In 1853 ho established tho gains they bring that thoir moral force No sir drawing himself up proud- Â¬ 1851 he goes out for a walk he loses no op-Â¬ house of Georgo Francis Train Co Is not alwavs recognized as it should portunity to ingratiate himself with ly I am not after an office I am tho ADDITION 13 NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS Australia be yet occupation that brings no THE RODESDALE bloodhounds mastiffs or Newfound Â¬ real incumbent of the highest offlco in shippers in Melbourne NONE WILL BE BOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE and during the same y ear declined tho material reward and is by comparisoa lands His overtures aro seldom mot tho land presidency of tho Australian republic with work tho merest trifling may ELSE NEED APPLY Ah what is that with enthusiasm and ho Is apt to bo Hush ho said in a whisper you In 1860 61 ho devoted himself to tho bo if innocent in itself a moral force sat upon materially after tho first greeting but this does not daunt him must not say a word about it but I as Introduction of street railways In simply because it keeps tho Individual or affect his belief in human nature sure you I am tho President of the London but not succeeding In this out of tomptatlons and gives employ returned to Amorlca In 1862 and be-- ment to his enenrios as developed In great size Men of United States Idleness is a fruitful breeder of mis- Â¬ But I thought Mr Harrison was camo noted as a public speaker In his size he cares nothing for 1862 Train was assaulted in Boston chief Tho mind if not tho body must is at hoce that tho fox terrier is elected President I ventured It Hush 1 am Mr Harrison Benja Â¬ Dayton and elsewhere on account of bo at work during idle hours It is Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in IwrfaH seen at his best Ho adores children or k to be paid to Dr V G Vhlte8eere and spools of thread he endeavors to min L Harrison sir but you must not his utterances and an attempt was difficult to conceive of a period of in- Â¬ rnents of S150 on Saturday L each wet Corporation who will reeeir for Cite wmy of Ihe Richmond B swallow a bonnet pin with tho samo tell any one I am simply biding my also made to assassinate him at Alton action for tho brain excopt during taryinterest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiratie f 111 Ho obtained tho original capital sleep or insensibility Thoughts come No months from date of easo that he docs a chicken bono Ho time It will all come out after a lit- Â¬ per eent will be charged om the pw 14 about 2000000 to construct tho unblddon thoy may be mischievous or chase money remaining sale thereafter 6 method parties can bay pay fee initiald By this has rooted likes and dislikes and ho tle tho Imposture will bo exposed knows when ho is being spoken to without any further effort of mine but Union Pacific In 1864 ho organized morely idle but occupation supplants a good lot nl a small price on easy ternf without interest ami free ot eity tax for tt whether his namo Is mentioned or not merely by tho Imbecility of tho im- Â¬ tho Credit Moblller with a capital of them with other thoughts relating t Any yount man in Uiclimond can liny one or more of these lots and pay wwth property will be very burden In just as well as ho knows tho difference postor then I will come into my own 10000000 and obtained donations of the work or play in which one is en Â¬ without feeling the It now selling the Thenear future tills extending in tlmt di- Â¬ city L rapbllv It at and tho country will have the real land grants for tho company at Oma- Â¬ gaged or stirs the mind to speculation much more than ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further InfnraMtioH call between ginger ale and champagne ha In 1872 ho wont to Europe and or planning Il Is not possible oven rection and will E- W He Is not a greedy dog but he is a President WiaaiN s or Htupiiex D Pakkish Rklimnml Ky mi V G White What will bo your policy when you delivered many public Speeches and though it might appear to bo desirable dainty one He sympathizes with yon 48- on his return published some alleged to keep men at work during all their in your woe by a series of most exuber- Â¬ become President Ah that is my secret but I may obscene literature and Anthony Com waking hours They must havo rest ant kisses and when you are glad stock him in about any thing ho dances about you say to you sir that I will fight I will was put adjudged tho Tombs Train and recreation and it is during this also a lunatic but after period that thoy need somo occupa- Â¬ wildly expressing his great glee at ralso an army of 5000000 soldiers and your joy Ho will lot a small child drive every foreign power off from a years confinement was released In tion harmless in itself to keep thom tear him to pieces will walk on two American soil and then I will march 1874 ho becamo tho champion of work out of mbchlef It is for these other Â¬ wise idle hours that good amusements legs or on his ear to conciliate tho against tho monarchies of the old ingmen and quit eating animal food Ho refused should be provided books or papers baby but from a grown person permits world and assist the struggling repub- Â¬ butter and condiments Â¬ to bo read societies literary enter- Â¬ no contemptuous trifling oven with his licans there to establish the rule of tho tho Groanbnck presidential nomination in 1876 also refusing invitations tainments concerts and theati leal perÂ¬ talL His memory is good Ho never people Oh TU do it Til do It But how long aro you going to al- Â¬ to lecture In 1877 ho began psycho- Â¬ formances of an improving kind to bo forgets a friend or a foe and he has a logical conversations in Madison attended Baltimore Sun fine sot of teeth with which to revengo low the impostor to unsurp your Square Train Is said to bo rich Ho place himself He Is as mischievous as Puck One Thing At a Time Oh Pm very patient Tm In no owns real estate in Omaha and other but as faithful and loving as only a dog can be I am speaking of that which hurry It may bo several years it parts of tho West Scrawley So you dont liko my For many years Train has refused to play I know and my acquaintance with a may bo 1000000000 years but Til fox terrier Is more than intimate it is get there never fear Iain tho most shake hands with men and women Scribbler No frankly I did not patlont man ever born and peacoful claiming that it weakened his physical chummy Philadelphia Times Scrawley I hopo you aro not ono of too I wouldnt mako any trouble and intellectual powers Hogoosovory those who hissed Electric Light in Mining about tho mater You see the impos- Â¬ day to Central Park to feed tho birds Scrbblor No I was not tor looks so much liko me that people and enjoy the company of tho chil- Â¬ Scrawley Glad to hear it The use of electric light in mining will believe he is tho rightful Presi Â¬ dren with whom he is a great favor- Â¬ Scribbler Fact is I couldnt hiss I operations has been productive of much dent and so I shall just wait for timo ite Recently ho fasted mSny days was so busy yawning America good by diminishing tho terrors of tho to develop the fact that ho is so unfit lecturing at intervals during his fast m A veteran captain in the Cunard intense darkness which exists in tho for tho place that ho can not be the Minneapolis Journal service who was invited to visit Pitts- Â¬ subterranean passages and by secur Â¬ truo man burgh Pa where ho has friends and ing additional protection to the thou- Â¬ Tho old man utterly refused to di-Â¬ Physicians Confess an old schoolmate replied Nothing sands of human lives that are dally ex Â¬ vulge his real name and ho remains a All honest conseientlons physicians who could induce me to trust myself on a posed to tho dangers of explosion of mystery Washington Letter give B B B lSitnnlc Ulood Ibilm n trial Frankly admit lis superiority over all other railway train over the Allegheny the so callod fire damp Any inven- Â¬ blood medicines No sir it is too much of mountains tion which increases the pleasures of Oh how can a fair maiden smile Dr V J Adair of Rockmart Go writes and be by lessening its terrors and Its labor I regard 1111 13 as one of llio bosl blood a risk for me to trust my bones on such medicines a journey dangers should bo classed with tboso Dr A II Roscoe Nashville Tenn writes Be lovely and loving and dear that contribute to the happiness and 15 15 K are favorable and lis All reports of progress of the race The Hillside As sweet as a rose and as bright as the speedy action is truly wonderful ae iT1Tfr TTWTVr3 We are willing to bear personal g Ga Dr J W Rhodes Crawfonlsvllle May Coal and Iron Company is showing that I confess B B Bls tho best and testimony to the efficacy and value of Writes When her liver is all out of gear quickest medicine for rheumatism I have the electric current can be profitably Hoods Sarsaparilla which we have Blie cant It Is impossible But if ever tried used in mining work It is now en Â¬ Fanner Crawfonlsvllle Ga Dr gaged in building an electric railway she will only lake Dr Pierces Golden write 8 J cheerfully recommend B B B been advertising some years in ourÂ¬ I 185 feet below the surfaco of tho Medical Discovery It will cleanse and nun flnn tnnla nlterntlve Its use cured nil paper having used it for blood impurexcrt Rcencooftheiieck alter other remedies ities with great success It is a prepa ground which when completed and ttimulale her disordered liver purify effected no perceptible Rood Montgomery Jacksonvillo Ala ration of standard merit made of per- Â¬ in running order will do away with her blond make her complexion soft Dr U II My my getting will ef- Â¬ and rwy her breath wholesome her writes 15 for mother insisted on as her cae fectly pure ingredients and thoroughly twelve mules and drivers and 15 II her rheumatism remedies Bie effective in clensing and purifying fect a saving of at least 20 a day to Hplrits cheerful and her temper sweet ttobbnuiy resisted the usual and her im Â¬ experienced immediate relief the company Tho road will be about All druggist the system For eruptions bolls etc provement lias been truly wonderful 1500 feet long The motor car will bo A prominent physiolau who wishes his it can be relied upon every time Our tafie If you do aot pay year C5t tax w A patient of mine name not tlven mys November i9f 1 capable of hauling twenty loaded cars TJ uit hawk hawk blow spit and whoso cams of tertiary syphilis was sorely own experience with it has been most I am prepared to do all kind of the first day oflew to ceifect a penalty be C wnieh no ircntment ne ra at a speed of eight miles an boar Tho disgust everybody with yonr offensive ktinim him and entirely cured with nboat gratifying and we are glad to give Carpenters work In flrst clMS style cotspeHcdbyacjtffttonai C U to check was aaJ ley AIdi estimates furnished nn short tea percent mines will also be lit by electric light breath but use Dr Sages Catarrh ed twelve bottles of 11 B B He was fairly It this endorsement Athol Mas notice XO L AXiiii ft TYLER 8AXTEK made np of hlsla and bones and terrible N Y Mall and Express 32- City Cetiectsr 1B SS 1T 2L Remedy aud end It Transcript 17 ulcers No Ono Will Deny That It Exists Wherever Races Are Run Its Fire Able by Itielf to Repulse an In Tho attraction of betting Is easy to understand but ono must think a littlo more to comprehend why betting on races tends so exceptionally to mako men rogues It is all very well to deny tho fact and to assert what is perfectly true that there aro honest owners honest honest trainers jockeys and honest bookmakers on the turf but as a matter of fact no sportsman denies that experienced tho amount of roguory In racing trans- Â¬ actions is extraordinary Numbers of ownors aro utterly distrusted tho jockoy who nover sells a raco is praised as a moral hero just remem Â¬ ber tho columns of moral laudation lavished on Archor and as for tho bookmaker who always pays which ho must do If ho Is to get good custom- Â¬ ers he stinds on a level with a mill- Â¬ An Assemblage of Women nnd a CrosJ Child In Arms GO Hu -- PEE l- - j NEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS THE PALACE -- Cant Be Considered M rs O t LOWEST POSSIBLE i Mi d Mi U M CO THE PALACE BOOTS AND SHOES o HATS AT YOUR OWN PRGE RODES DALE 50x25Q j Twenty Six Lots Feet ad 4 THE BEAUTIFUL OR EKT m m 3 ell k He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them G3 Â¬ GhO Carpenters Work City Tax Uoiice TO IFOIPIES- - so i PklBAMAkNM -- Ji - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX riJBUSflEl XSVEBY - WEDNESDAY Editor BY Ths Climax Printing Wm G Go White Ciias S Powelu TKR YEAR NOV 6 TRICK 150 1869 WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket Mt COUNTY JUDGE JOHN L a CHENAULT NY PAR 09ONTY CKEKK HILL VR QWKTY ATTOBNBY J A SULLIVAN MR SHERIFF J W BALES FBRJAILRR JOHN F WAGERS habitable globe and control an area three times the size of Europe No greater or graver sul ject now cou fronts American peopleaud its vast and vari Â¬ ed and wonderful possibilities can hardly be estimated A conference of the Nations of North South and Central America marks the beginning til a movement which may not attain Us full fruition for many years but which I believe now points the way to a Fpleudld future that will bring commercial as well as political independence and fi- Â¬ nally make America in the broad sense the dominant power of the world Sixty fix years ago a President of the United States of America by his announcement of a wise and patriotic in history as the duetrine known Monroe Poetrine opened the way for a closer afliiiHtioii of the sister Na tions of tlte three Americas and for a more thorough identification of their ose plans and and about the same time tlie great and gifted tried and true patriot ami t tatesman Henry Clay of Kentucky advocated more m timate oomraerciHl and social relations between the United States uud tlie ether countries comprising the AmeriÂ¬ Â¬ try aud that hi these times full of the stimulus of uew hopes and glittering with the effulgence of new ideas and throbbing with the heart heats of new progress the people of our Republic are ready to co operate with them and those they represent in every move- Â¬ ment which seeks to improve commerce benefit humanity enlarge liberty or promote Republics Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS iq Â¬ BBK AOQIMOWK JuBLTBMBRY FOKMMtKtXTgNfgXT SCHOOLS MRS A T MILLION J FMtSCKVKYOK A G WILLIAMSON MHCOAMONKK B DUDULLEIt Xm4j is BLHCTItJXS AH EitritM Flnt ast 1S0O State elections were hold yes terday in New York Virginia Ohio New Jersey Massachusetts Pennsylvania Iowa Nebraska Marylawd and Missouri Special DwfMtck to The Climax Cikcixxati Nor 5th 7 r x Â¬ Virginia looks Democratic Ohio doubtful Iowa and Pennsyl v ania Republican and New York New Jersey Mar so Irolably land and Miaeiseippi Democratic Republican majority reduced in Nebraska Massachusetts Repub lican by decreased majority - Â¬ Enquirer The Montana election has been decided Democratic President Harrison lias issued a proclamation taking the two Da le as into the Union as States Â¬ 1 Clay made a speech at the Court house Monday in the interest of the farmers For want of space we cannot produce ion C M it this week Governor Buckner has refused to return the soldiers to Iiarlan o unity Probably he thinks that tli2000 expense to the State of t lit- - last campaign was too poor rewarded to admit of further experiments Hie eople up titere lull settle the matter among them- Â¬ The Lexington Leader suggests lluii Curtis F Bantam as the fit 1 t representative Madison county ulj send to the Constitutionai 1 invention That Maj Burnam vulj make an able member of lL onvention no one can deny it oceurrs to us that the Leader not manage its own county -1 unv 100 well O the development of the mining Hodges and Mr Harry T Groom will shortly be jm the publication in Lexington r ot The Kentucky Real Estate devoted to real estate and Col Reg-i-feÂ¬ John milling and manufacturing interests of the State It will doubtless be a success A lMWM BD1T1HX The Lexington Transcript of tlte iiOth ult was the largest ami linest newspaper ever issued in Central Kentucky It consists of S4 pages of 6 columns each or 144 columns The front page was adorned with a wheel of ten pokes representing Lexington as the hub the spokes being tlie railroads the tire embracing the whole Bluegrass Region Even Lne house and numbers of the prominent men are pictured in the edition and tlte history of tlte city from its ioundation is written in glowing style Copies will of course be sent broadcast over tlte land to attract emigration Much time hard work and cash were necessary to produce such an edition Editor Caldwell has won Â¬ can oontinent Other Presidents and cither statesmen in our ReiHiMic and in the le ptibties of Central and South America have ppnkeu with outliu istni on litis titeet but ihi enactment uk ever mttde by our Congress and no bill was ever introduced and juts cd until the ywr IS6S rovidiitg for a retical Ihi iuestf conference in our country of rep resentatives from the independent 111 tious ff North South and Central America to consider iie tions relative to tlie improvement of their lousiness intereouse and to encourage their re ciprocal 00m mereial relations I had tlie honor to prepare and in troduee tlte Mil in Congress under which the present International Con ference is being held and my gratitica th is mow very great asl bee fco mnuy of tlie dhtinguMied representatives of our sister nations in our country working together to promote the common weal Tlie gratification of all concerned will be complete when amity and confidence shall be established among all American nations and each shall enjoy the highest possible benefit from enlightened and friendly commerce and personal relations Our Southern neighbors produce much that we need and we produce much that they need and the bet way to secure reciprocity end interchange of uational and man ufactured products is through free and fair and uiicontroled consultation Hitherto the people of the three Americas have been almost strangers to eaoh other There has been an uu uatural and unneighborly limit to social and business relations between countries which ou account of their location history ami necessities should be very intimate I believe the outlook now indicates that the day of the iso lalHHi of the three Americas has passed and the day of fraternity and friend ship improved personal and commer cial intercourse is near Each year is Uioglug us in closer communication and closer ties Tlie engineer with his theodolite and level has located the line ami laid down the raiis which con Â¬ nect our republic to to the republic of Mexico stilt onward through Uunte- Hiala toward Nicaragua and Panama tlie iron arteries are being extended while the Argentine Republic and the republics of Chilli Peru and Bolivia are pushing forward to meet and connect their railroads with tlie great North Â¬ ern system of railroads Tlie day is not far distant when the three Americas will be connected by railroads and splendid trains marked F K A fast flying American will connect New York tlie metropolis of North Ameri ca with Bueuos Ayres the metropolis offcjouth America The time also is nearly here when waterways conceiv Â¬ ed by American intellect constructed by American skill ami paid for with American caHtwl will unite in perpet- Â¬ ual embrace the waters of the Atlan Â¬ tic ami Pacific O Jeans and thus secure to American nations greater wealth greater commerce and more enduring friemlsiiip I Itope the delegates to the Inter- Â¬ national American Conference have enjoyed tlieir lengthy excursion No suet exmirshtn participated in by rep Â¬ resentatives of so many different na Â¬ tions has perhap i ever occurred before in tlte world and I know many of the delegates are anxiously looking for some Mt Ararat where they may for awhile rest in peace Tlie greatest exhibit our country can present is our country itself and I Itope before the conference adjourns every part of our great conntry will be visited I trust our distinguished visit- Â¬ ors will take to their homes and to their respective countries pleasant rec eollectioiis of its science literature and art its churches schools and charitable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Great enthusiasm prevailed and the Governors speech was pronounced an able one Having visited the principal objects of interest including the numerous stock farms near the city the entire party went to Mammoth Cave They expressed themselves as delighted with the Falls City and its people They reached Lexington Monday and having seen every thing of interest including many fast horses they left for Cincitiati The object of the International Congress ot delegates representing Mexico Central America and the Republics of South America is to cultivate and improve the mercantile relations between those countries and the United States The greater part of the trade of those countries now goes to Europe That ought not to be The United States needs the products of those countries and in turn they need the products of this country But tlte high tariff imposed by this country it seems to us will stand in the way The congress of delegates may serve to point out the evil of the high tariff aud do much toward creat- Â¬ ing a sentiment against it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hoxcurtisV burnam When the time arrives for the selection of delegates to frame n new Con Â¬ stitution for Kentucky tlie people of the grand old county of Madison would do well to remember they have uo one of either political party within her bor- Â¬ ders better qualified to repieseut tliem i the c invention than Hon Curtis F Burnam A lawyer of distinguished ability a graduate of Yale College whose scholastic attainments are sec Â¬ ond to 110 one iu the Commonwealth a gentleman by nature and education a man of broad views and enlightened statesmanship genial and warm-hearte- d in his intercourse with his fellow man aud of true nobility of character he is peculiarly fitted to represent the people among whom his life has been spent in the important work of con- Â¬ structing tlie proposed new constitu- Â¬ tion In tlie choice of delegates to frame a work of so great importance the best talent should be secured without reference to existing politi- Â¬ cal pnrties aud the people of Mad ison could not do better than to len der tlie position to Major Burnam without opposition By doing so they would not only honor themselves but bestow a graceful compliment upou oue of her most distinguished sous Lexington Leader Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION The men and women of Madison county and Richmond are earnestly requested to be present at a meeting to reorganize the Madison County Equal Rights Association to be held iu the Court house Thursday Nov 7th at 3 All interested iu the oclock p m equality of men and women before tlie law are especially invited to attend aud lend their help to this organizaÂ¬ Â¬ tion Respectfully Maiiy II Clay Miss Jambs Uennbtt Vice President aud Executive Commit Â¬ tee of tlie National Association MONTHLY CROP REPORT 1SS0 j KY Nov In my report of October 10 ISSn I give the general condition of all the Kentucky crojw the most of which had been gathered aud were safe from ordinary disaster Office of the Commissioner of i AaKicuivruitK Hokticultukb j and Statistics 1 FltAXKPOKT WHEAT stallion Tlie noted thoroughbred RAILROAD Glengary is dead at Gallatin Tenu accd twenty three years Raid Company agrees that Seo 6 WE IIAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE G00D JTI1IS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE ESTHETIC Two lots of hogs sold in Clark coun- Â¬ it will furnish sufficient cars to transAND ty as follows Twenty five weighing port coal to any of its depots in Madi Â¬ UU U L1J AtJii UK 1C0 lbs at 4 cents mid 240 weighing son county from any point on its line n or exteni iou thereof at not exceeding from 150 to 250 lbs nt 3J cents Smallest Mu ia Malfsra County Can Fit the Largest Men tlie LtMl We bought last week of three ceuts per bushel ofeeveuty six John A Judy suffi- Â¬ Peter Gentry of Boyle county 150 pouuds and that it will furnish 1 weight 1S00 lbs at 4 cents and cient cars to transport lumber iron aud REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR cattle IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND TRICE or ex Â¬ of Logan Brof 400 of same quality at stone from any point on its lines tension thereof to any of its Stations in F IIIHIIIlll same prices Winchester Democrat Madison county at not exceeding four H Frank Thomas recently of New 4 cents per hundred pounds nnd slack Orleans bought this week 216 acres of coal at not exceeding 10 per car of STOCK 1 f the land of the late D A Gay at 05 35000 piiunds and further agrees that per acre The land had few or uo Im there shall be no discrimination against provements ou it Winchester Demo- freights destined to or originating at Will bo worn a great deal crat any of its Stations iu Madison county We sell the Sox thaf Is an expression you have frequently heard on Georgetown will hold a Tobacco and if it shall violate any part of this this winter not only because agreement the person injured thereby Fair December 7th Five premiums Shaw knit in streets of late of its being the latest style but of 10 each will be given Four ofthe shall have a right of action against tlie premiums are confined to Scott county Company therefor any judgment so because of its pleasing effect BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC IIAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE displays but competition for the fifth is obtained shall be a Hen prior to any en- Â¬ may be hereafter cumbrance that open to all meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to in finish and color being the placed upou the road and this Com- Â¬ Tli os and Connie LUIesold last week pany further agrees that they will not our store to buy one of our natural wool without coloring to W B Kidd 125 cattle weight 1575 employ convict labor in building said COTTON matter Wo also have lbs at 4 cents Mr Kidd also bought road through Madison couuty of Roger Gannon 100 of about the April 5th 1SSS This is an improvement en smile quality at the same price Win- Â¬ I STATE OF KENTUCKY chester Democrat the seamless having a rouul County o Madison AND In Boyle county W L Caldwell and who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison heel and smooth toe with son sold to parties from Missouri oue County Court do hereby certify that MITCHELLS store but he evidently thought that COVINGTON Merino yearling aud two two year old jacks the foregoing is a true uud conect copy gnsgets in the instep anI for 1 000 Geo Tnrklngton sold to of section 6 of Madison countys sub sleigh ride for them was the place to purchase for he said parties in Missouri his imported jack tcribing to the Richmond Nicholas We also have FA heel All colors The last named evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a aud oue yearling for 1200 Fifty two ville Irvine Beattyville Railroad CY STRIPED and COLOR goods were very popular last fat cattle sold nt S410 Mr E W Company the sum of Two Hundred aud sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond Lee returned home Thursday morning Fifty Thousand Dollars 2J0000 now ED MERINO HALF HOSL winter and bid fair to bo can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy from the Cumberland river country of record in my office where he had been receiving install more so this season Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds vulcan heels and toes Given under my hand this 25th of meuts of the 1100 head of callle which October 18S0 Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeree in the latest lie recently purchased there at 150 to UM TM TSCTMK MM THOS THORP Clerk Attest 240 Advocate styles shades and prices By Jno H Thorp D C At the sale of D C Ligan ou Sat- Â¬ This is the first mortgage executed urday 40 head of Shorthorn cattle sold at an average of about 22 14 by the Railroad Company and consti head of trottiug horses averaged about tutes a first Ken on the property aud 100 130 common ewes franchises herein described aud con 4 96 per head 40 to 150 a combined veyed brood mares 3 stallion was bought by 3 is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all M STATE OF KEN TUCKY Sinedley Bros timothy hay 0 to H County of Madison me newest tilings in iauric cue anu maKe wiue wates diagonals HANDKERCHIEFS 1050 per stack about a ton corn LIUiDDIED SHIRTS I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison from 130 to 150 per barrel hi the Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways Cassimeres County Court do hereby certify that field farming implements low The n the foregoing is n true and correct copy and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection farm of 330 acres was rented privatly FIIOM of a part of the mortgage from the Our 25c Handkerchiefs to Geo Pugh ol near Shawhau for Richmnud Nicholasville Irviue and J18Q0 a year Paris Kentucklau Beattyville Railroad Company to the are daisies TO The Commissioner of Agriculture in Central Truit Company of New York Our 35c Handkerchiefs his last report sajs Both Sweet and Trustee dated July 1st 1889 now of Irish potatoes are a fine crop iu all record iu my office are unequoled We have a well selected slock of Childrens and Youths Clothing Given under my hand this Oetobr the States the average being over 100 We carry the FINEST We carry a fine assort both as to acreage aud coudiliou Sor- Â¬ 25th 1889 in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are THOS THORP Clerk ghum makes a better showing tluui Attest STOCK in Central Kentucky beauties every one of them They range in size from to IS years ment of Silk Handkerehiefs 20 23 By Jno H Thorp D J usual some of the counties reporting both acreage and condition largely Mothers tdve us a call over 100 the general avenfge being Megihben of Cyntliiana has T 100 Grasses are also reported con Â¬ his life insured for 100000 itd Col siderably over 100 and pastures were Bennett Young of Louisvlll e has his hardly ever so good Live Stock of life insured for 140 000 all kinds as a consequence are In ex- Â¬ cellent condition iu all parts of the Local Produce Markets State excepliug only hogs among s EMxasysiHRWsxstvBBJxmTn rriCTJKt uv which the cholera prevails to a degree CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON GROCERS MAIN HRO ARNOLD more fatal and extensive than has a-XOES--1 STREET RICHMOND KV ewr before been reported Io thii Bu- Â¬ Ky Nov 5 1SS9 Richmond reau Beef Cattle Butcher 4fMc I want to give you my method for Hogs We have them or driving riding the street the ball or tlie The Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterproof keoping eggs for I have tried nearly Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country fine lino of reception A Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy all tho processes and have found none Cured i2tfM5c 1 that kopt eggs with less deterioration Butter ioc ats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods in SarinaC from the frosb state than the follow- Â¬ Chickens 50 1 752 00 I C H all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Bags ing method Take a stoneware vossol EtK VV yOC g Dogskins in great varietv Peirins Imported Kids stand in the m and Arahses Rubber Coats lluwaa earthen will not answer on account of Flour 2 and Hunting Coats 2 its porous nature or clean half barrel Corn per barrel Hand- - 5 lead as to stvle and finish We have them in all shades 50 and put in a layer of common salt two Hay per 100 Sis U s 40503 I crtmrk lino rC JW1 0 J 1A11A4 UVUIVU f lirraa V Vo OUI1IV lillW Wl laranu i n1 inches deep then place the eggs with Oats in sheaf per 100 Xs 40c - HMrTy-i-i7gspst- f pwwyim y va sm 10c big end down close together but not Lard iiiUKM V5VC touching cover by carefully sprink- Â¬ Tallow Beeswax ling 6alt between and cover the eggs Feathers jokv0 about one and a half inchos deep Meal Thon proceed with the next layer in Oats per bushel 25OC tho same way The largo end of tho Orchard Gracs 75 i 50 ogg is where the air sack or bubble is German Millet 90 and by placing it down tho contents of Timothy Seed 5 00 tho shell hold it in place and prevont Cloer Seed Gfy Oats in sheaf it from expanding and also to a much Choice blue grass seed wilt prevent the yolk Red top ced groator degree 00 from settling to tho shell Careful ex Â¬ Sweet Potatoes 50 periments showed me what an aston- Â¬ Irish Potatoes 25 ishing difference there is in oggs kept -evon on a hole bored shelf with littlo LIVS STOCS KABSET S3P0RT or big ends down Careful experiment JJy GREENE A EMBUY has proven the desirability of largo LI e Stock CommlsMioii Merchant nt Clncln uali Uulon Stock Tunis riiU Cortugtou ends down Poultry Keeper elab- Â¬ Â¬ TWO FIRST LIENS EACH PRIOR TO ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS GIVEN B BY THE R N 1 FURUISHIMGi - OUR ODD PANTS tr ill I to Tiguii FIXI1 Me hh I WWtraCTtlyjdlgJJ SLE Â¬ vmmmmmrl T V 1 t mi the WOOL MERINO English Balbriggan FINE FALL OVERCOATS Ill Mixtures rvrwasjr A hr M I Mr Clsfa A i 50 CENTS 3 I rail MW UNI YOUTHS CLOTHING i j Y COVINGTON iBgyjm I MITCHELL Y IBTIItTIE 2s3c SPECIALTIES iic Castor Mocha Indian and Tan Bucks i 1 53 25t Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches vvvtWjwjxsiBasessir iOc 1 1 iaac 505 MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS v block Yards Tlie full seeding of wheat began September 10th and progressed with Â¬ out inleriuption until completed This season has been reniaiitably favorable for the preparation of the seed bed the soil being well broken aud thoroughly pulverized Seeding was delayed iu some sections for waut of moisture Ou tlie 21st of October we had a good general rain and the wheat is now all up aud never looked more favorable The acreage for 1880 is about 10 per cent Increase over 1858 The only hinderauce iias been the extraordinary amount of weeds and filth on the ground which has compelled many farmers to broadcast instead of drillÂ¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Fourteen in 1000 was the death rate In Louisville lust year A Lancaster boy lost a big toe while playing brukemau ou a freight train John K Faulkner Jr has been as- Â¬ signed to Curleya distillery as store Keeper Gen James C Garrard descendant of ex Gov Garrard died near Paris last week Cincinnati Ohio Nov SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 1SS9 Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 4 log 4 55 3 75 4 00 2 75 3 00 3 50 3 5 2 50 3 00 2 00 2 25 -- LJU I UllN vj OVERCOATS 2Nrx3 ran b EKTT URMSTOH Invite the ladies to examine their orate display of BUTCHER CATTLE 3 HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES ILK FRONT something new Sashes in all colors Underwear in profusion 40 - 3 25 3 oo 2 50 2 50 1 1 2 00 20 00 3 65 3 40 3 25 2 75 2 75 2 25 1 30 I 15 FURNISHING GOODS J ing tobacco the belt THE THCEE AMERICAS IX LOUISVILLE The delegates to the International Congress of the Three Americas reached Louisville Friday evening on their tour of the They were reUnited States ceived by a delegation of citizens amid the roar of cannons and the martial music of bands and escorted to the Gait House by the Louisville Legion thousands of people cheering them along the way Many prominent Kentuckians met them among the number being Gov James B McCreary who was present by special request of Secretary of State James G Blaine The Govenor was the originator of the bill authorizing the Internatinal Congress and it was eminently proper that he should meet the delegates A reception was given at the Board of Trade Rooms Hon Henry Watterson delivered the address of welcome in Spanish and Governor McCreary made the following speech I am glad to jln In the hearty wel- Â¬ come that lias been extended to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ institutions its inventions railroads and telegraph its cities mountains and plains its factories furnaces and industrial wonders its farms fields happy homes aud mlllioiis of teeming thriving prosperous people that tell more potently and eloquently than auy words of mine of the growth and glory of our Republic while our National Constitution now in its centennial year which forly twoSlatesand many of the Spanish American Republics have taken as the mode of their organ- Â¬ ic law shows the wonderful success of our popular Government But I shall not hesitate to say ou this occasion that when the bill authorizing the conference of American na tions was framed something beyond the pomp aud pageantry aud pleasure ofau interstate excursion was imped for After the tour of observation is ended all will be bettered by the con- Â¬ sideration of questions relating to im proved commrrcial and social relationsall will be blesse J if the conference shall by wise provisions lead up to the establishment of the great progres sive principle of civilization arbitra- Â¬ tion for the i etllemetit of international disputes and present and future generations will be benefitted if the way Is opened to lower the iron wall that has so long hedgsd aud confined trade and business so as to inaugurate proper reolprooity among American nations as well as proper amity among Ameri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ members of the International American Conference Our brother Ameri cans will find ite State whose jteople uill mere heartily appreciate their visit or give mere a more cordial greet jug than the people of Kentucky Hie grand problem ef the jireent time la the improvement ot Uie com Â¬ mercial aad soetal relations of about one hundred and twenty mtiliona of jwnpjp who occupy one fourth of the Â¬ can Republics Iu conclusion I desire to say that the educational effect of the International Coeference will be immense Tlie peo- Â¬ ple of the respective countries represented will become better acquainted through the press reports sent out and the reports made by the delegates Our people will better appreciate the attrac Â¬ tions and wealth aud ptogrtssund de velopment of the countries represented in the conference while the vlritlng delegates will know fioin personal ob-servation of the resources and attractions of our country and understand bow heartily glad we are to have them with us and what a hearty welcome awaits ttjem in every part of our coun Â¬ Â¬ This crop is now safely housed and is free from future danger by reason of weather conditions Iu the Dark tobacco sections of the State careful estimates place the dam Â¬ age by frost on the hill at 8J per ceut with considerable damage from barn freezing Iu the Burley counties the damage from frost was comparatively light not exceeding 2 per ceut The reason of this difference is in the fact that the Burley matured earlier and most of it had been housed before the frost We have been unable to get in the per ceutage by barn freezing in either section of the Stale but all tobacco that was green aud in open barns at the time of tlie freeze is more or less injured From careful inquiry the average yield of tobacco perasie In the State iu 80 was 77S lbs The acreage of Burley toiacco is about ten per cent more than the acreage of Dark that is tlie Burley acreage is about 6SJ per cent of the 80 acreage aud the Dark about 50 per cent of that of 58 making a total aggregate in 80 of 62 50 100 per ceut of the 88 acreage From our correspondents we gather the following as io the yield per acre of the crops mentioned 32 Corn bushels per acre 03 Irih potatoes bushels per acre 85 Sweet potatoes bushels per acre- service The highest temperature re778 Tobacco pounds per acre corded by- - the United States Signal 1 Hay tons per acre Service was at Phoenix and Fort Mc- Â¬ Sorghum molasi es gallons per acre 115 Dowell Arz in June 1888 Tho ther Â¬ 12 Wheat bushels pemcre- mometer marked 119 degrees How-Â¬ No other crop reports will be made ever unofficial observers report tem-Â¬ duriug the winter except as to the peratures as high as 128 and 122 do grccs atMammothTank and Humboldt condition of wheat CaL The coldest weather recorded by Very respectfully tho service was 69 degrees bolow zero Ciias Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture at Poplar River Mon But this is a o warm place compared with Woroho One Faet jansk Siberia tho coldest inhabited Is worth a column of rhetoric said an spot on tho globe Tho thermometer American statesman It is a fact thero has boon as low as 90 degrees bo- Â¬ established by the testimony of peopl- - low zero in view of theso figures let that Hoods Sarsapnrllla does cure us not complain of a paltry 90 degrees fcrofula salt rheum and other diseases abovo zero Louisville Post or aflections arising from impure slate Each of tho thousand workmen or low oonditiou of the blood It also employed on tho cruiser Charleston at overcomes that tired feeling creates a tho tuno she was built contributed a good appetite and gives strength to ten cunt piece to onrich the metal cl GVety part oftlie system Try It which the vessels bell was made D M Harding has been appointed BULLS Police Judge of Ford to till the vacan Â¬ Best Shipping 2 75 3 00 2 -- 5 - 35 cy eaused by the resignation of Harry Best Bologna Fair Bologna 2 10 2 25 Rice 1 85 Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 1 25 I 50 The Graud Jury refused to indict Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Wm P Fox for killing an unknown 2 85 negro at the passenger depot and this Good Extra Steers 3 00 Good Fair 2 6o 2 85 action is universally approved by our Good to to Extra Steers 2 50 Heifers 2 25 Keutuckiau-Citi-izeu best citizens Paris Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 oo40 00 Fair to Good 25 oo33 00 Catarrh Cant Be Cured 12 oo20 00 Common With Local Application as they Best Veal Calves 5 50 5 25 can not rcacli the disase aud in order Fair to Good 4 50 5 00 2 50 to cure it you have to take internal Common and Heavy 3 00 HOGS remedies Halls Catakrii Ciipe is taken internally and acts directly ou Select Butchers 3 oo 4 00 Good Packers 4 00 3 90 the blood aud mucus surface Halls Fair toto Extra Lights Good 3 8513 3 90 Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine Light Pigs 3 90 4 00 It was prescribed by one of the best SPRING LAMBS physicians iu the country for years Extra 5 253 5 50 and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucus sutface Ttie perfect combination of two ingre Â¬ May affect any portion of tho body where tho dients is what produces i uch wonder Â¬ mucous membrane is found But catarrh ol the bead Is by far tho most common aud tho ful results iu curing catarrh most liable to be neglected It cannot bo P J CHENEY CO Props cured by local applications Being a constiToledo Ohio tutional disease It requires 21 25 USTSoId by Druggists 75c Ringing a constitutional remedy liki Hoods Sarsaparilla which M re 0 1313 working through the blood The Maximum Temperature eradicates tho Impurity which causes and pro motes tho catarrh and soon effects a perma What is tho hottest weather ever nent cure At the same time Hoods Sarsa Â¬ known in tho United States parilla builds tip tbo hole system and makes Tho one feel renewed In strength quostlon is answered in tho May bulle- Â¬ and health If you suffer ImpurO tin of tho Kentucky statistical weather Â¬ NEW LIE DRESS GOODS m at m MtB i isi mil CO Oysters Fisli Game Celery Apples Oranges Bananas Potatoes ORQQKEJ Euchings Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered Kid Gloves Silk Um brellas and many other articles We have Â¬ W A POWELL AT THE The Latest Goods the Markets Afford embracing tlie most popular styles COME AND SEE US You can not fail to be pleased with our selections Our pri- Â¬ ces agree with the WITH A Handsome Barber -- Shop and First -- Class Barbers U Perfect eatlafuclion given to every Cabbage one Special attention given to Iutlles Also to my country and children Turnips f lends I lmve moved my slion over to Hie Hotel and T hope all will come to see Yours very respectfully me JOELW MA0KEY Pickles Deviled Ham Potted Ham Deviled Chicken Eeef Tongue Chipped Beef times and our NNETT OTJR goods with the demands of the public GENTLEMEN SHOULD NOTICE THAT from catarrh bo sure to Dlao try Hoods Sarsaparilla I used Hoods Sarsaparilla for catarrh and received great relief and benefit from It Tfi a vatarrh was very disagreeable especially In the winter causing constant discharge from my nose ringing noises In my oars and pains in tbe back of my head eflort to dear uy bead la the morning by hawking and spitting was painful Hoods Sarsaparilla gavo mo relief immediately whilo In tlmo I was en Â¬ tirely cured I am never without the mediÂ¬ cine In my house as I think It Is worth its weight in gold ClKCS lTjtsGBGmBltea Eighth RESTAURANT I also Teep at my old plac Frrsli Oysters Illrd Ham Beefsteak and everything tliMl is kept in a first Glass Restaurant J V M 20- -- Sardines Mackerel Cove Oysters and Hood8 sarsaparilla will lie prosecuted 1lils includes nil NKWIAN1J Jonbs Sit niv lands 18 21 I hereby warn all persons against hunting or oilierwice lresiimiliiB n my land Hereafter nil trespassers St K TV Washington basal catarrh and never found relief till J L I took Hoods Sarsaparilla Be sura Routt ilarksburg Ky N B to get EolddraUdruggUts I was troubled withihat annoying disease BC fn irrh Canned Vegetables MERCHANT - TAILOBiNG - DEPARTMENT Of TnEiSESTBItANI FRESH We have an accomplished Is complete If you want fresh FIS1 and Oysters game or fruits and vegetables cutter and the best of journey workmen or any of the best brands of We keep in stock Canned Croods all the latest and At lower rates than yon AND 1 Â¬ usually Hoods Sarsaparilla gl Ixfoxfft Treparedonlr CO t7 C I IItKD 29 29 ApothecariotonTll Knit 100 Doses One Dollar find ylsBwhore call on me 25 Goods delivered in any part of the ojty A fiuo lino of All reiFons holding claims against Staple and Fancy Groceries al L E Frauds are hereby untitled to ways on hand present them to the undersigned TPJBBLE T proven as the law directs 20 21 18 21 S S JPABKES Trustee No2IFjuistSt Notice to Creditors best imported and domestic CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES Try us CROOKE URM8T0N J BENNETT I URM8T0N v i tMfj agF IsM--- f fj sj tear-rj- -s 5F - - K j rHriTT a rr 111 v11 r uI 1 r UUl 1 OTTDDI il m 3 rl rjwimK JlJi pILS 1 Uaga-nsa-- e SUPPLEMENT I m ffirs 7oS U alafiMa JFJ IXJW wiiiJMjl -- t VOLUME III IL THE LITTLE COQUETTE A Etarr r --jralked ly Uarya side One htppj day In anaay Juaa TUc mutio babMc I from the r lit Pa rdlscs twwed to OaftKltlls WMte iho n tn lquM trills RICHMOND At tho pyieii we dismounted and beneath tbo portico were we met by nman rtbl great of growth bi1 of nobid iMpcct having hb head shaven and with dark eyes that twinkled tike the further stars Hold he oried in a largo voice that fit- Â¬ ted his weak body but ill Hold I nm Sepa who opens the mouth of tho gods And L I sal am Harmachls son- of Amenemhat Hereditary High Priest and Ruler or tho Holy Chy Aboutbis and I bear letters to tboc O Sepel finlcr scanning me Kntor be said all tbo while with his twinkling eyes En- Â¬ ter my son And he took me and led mo to a chamber in the inner hall closo to the door and thin baring glanced at tho ettcrs I brought he of a sudden fell upon my ltoek and embraced me Welcome Decried welcome son of my Own sister and hope of Kberal Not in vain have I prayed the gods that I might live to look upon thy face and impart to thee the wisdom thai perchance I tlone have mastered of those who are left altvo in Egypt Few there are whom it iilavful tbat I shuak teeeh But tbiuu is tho great destiny and Ihine shall be the cars to bear the lessons cf the gods And one more he embraced me and bade me go aud bathe and eat saymg that on the morrow he would speat witn me further Am of a truth he did aud lit such length that 1 will forboar to set down al ho taid both then and afterward for if 1 did so here would be no papyrus left inEgyp when the task was ended Therefore havr lug lHUca to led aad perohattcu but little limn to tell it will I pass over the events of the j ears Unit f olo wed For this T us tho manner of my life I ree early I attended tho worsmp of tho Temple ami I gave my days to study 1 leai iid of the rites of religion aud tiieir sig-Â¬ nificance and of the banning of the gods nd the beginning of the Upper World 1 unrned of the mystery df the movements f the stars and of how tho earth rolls on mteeg thorn I was instructed in that an cwiit knowledge which is caled magic and n he way of lutorpivtatioil of drexius and 4 10 drawm ugh to GoJ I was taught i a f rvinnolK an 1 oiter am1 Inner cecrets thereof I beceno acquoiuteo with the internal laws of good and evil and with tho mystery of that trust which is held of man aUo I learned the secrets of the pyramids which 1 would that I had never known Further I read the records of the past and of the acts and words of tho ancient king3 who wero beforo mo since the rule of Horns upon earth and I was mode to learn all craft of state the lore of earth and with it tho records of Greece and Roma Also I learned the Gre dan and the Roman tongues of which in deed already had some knowledge and all this while even for five years Ikept my hands clean and my heart pure and did 00 evil in the sight of Gjd or man but la bored heavily to acorn re all things and to prepare mysolf for the desuny that await- Â¬ ed me Twice every year came greetings and letters from my father AocncmUat and twice 1 1 1 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY as occasion offers can now bit tip abd now giro retri Bb4 bath ft captains eye and strong must bo the fortress of tho heart wherein she finds no place of vantage Doth thy blood beat fast In youth sho Till outrun It nor will hor kisses tire Art thou set toward ambition sbe wid unlock thy inner heart and show thee secret roads that lead to glory Art thou worn and weaiyl she halh comfort In her breast Art thsh fslllf etto Cdu lift ttieb up and to tho illusion of thy sense gild defeat with triumph Ay Hannachis tho passion of tbo nhu prayed before tho altars I lifted up my soul to God ay in dreams f Cdmffluncd with tho Invisible till at length earth and earths desires seemed to pass from me I longed no moro for tho glory of this world my heart hung nbove it as an eagloon his outstretched wings and tbo voice of tho worlds blame could not stir it and tho Yiston of Its beauty brought no delight l abay C bis wrs the vast vault of Heaven whero in unalterable procession tbo stars pass on drawing alter them the dcstlnios of men where tho Holy Ones sit upon their burning thrones and watch tho chariot wheels of Fate as they roll from sphcro to sphere O hours of holy contemplation who having onco tasted of your joy could wish again to grovel on tho earth Ovilo flesh rto drag bs down I would that thou hadst been altogether fallen from me and Ictt my spirit free to seek Osiris i The months of probation passed but too swiftly and now tho holy day drew near when I was In truth to bo united to the univorsal Mother Never hath Night so longed for tho promiso of the Dawn never hath the heart of a lover so passionately desired tho sweet oommg of tbo bride as I longed to sco Thy glorious f aoe O Isls Even cow that I haro been faithless to Thee and Thou art far front me 0 Divine my soul goes out to Thco and once moro I know But rs it is bidden that I should draw Iho Vail and speak ot things thai Lave not been told since tho beginning of this world let mo pass on and rovorcntly set down tho history of that holy morn For seven days had tho great f ostival been cele- Â¬ brated tho suffering of tho Lord Osirs had been commemorated tho passion of the Mott or Isls had been adored aud glory had been done to tho memory of the coming of tho Divino Child Horus tho Son the Avenger tho God begot All tboso things bad been carried out according to the Tho boats hod floated ancient rites on tho sacred lako the priests had scourged themselves before tho sanctu aries and the Images had been borne through the streets at night And now as tho sun sank oa tho seventh day once more tho great procession gathered to chant the woes of Isis aud tell how the evil was avenged Wo wont in silence from the Temple and passed through tho city ways First came thoso who clear the path then my father Amcnrmhat in all his pnestiy robes and tho wand of cedar in his hand Then clad la puro linon followed L the neophyte nice and after me the white robed priests holding aloft banners and the emblems of tho Gods Next camo those who bear tbo sacred boat and after tbcm tho singers nnd tho mpurners whihTT stretching as far as tho oyo could reach marched all tho people clad in melancholt black because Osiris was no more In sdenco wo went through tho city sireets till at length wo camo to tho tomenos cf the Temple and passed iu And as my father the High Priest ontcreJ beneath tho gutc way of tho outer pylon a sweet voiced woman singer bcan to sing the Holy Chant and thus sho sang Slnj we Os ris dtad Lament the fallen head The 1 ght has left the world tho world Is pray Athwart tho starry skies The web ot Darkness fl es And Isls weeps Oslns rusted away Yourtears ye stars yo Ores ye rivers shed Weop ch ldrcn of tho Nile weep r your Lord is dead She paused in her most sweet song and thereon tho wholo multiudo took up the melancholy dirge Softly we treatouireajarcd footsteps falling Sanctuary Sevenfold Within Soft oa tho Dead tbat ltveih aro we calling t Return Osiris from thy Kingdom cold Beturn to them that worsbii thee o old Tho chorus ceased and once again sht 1 NOYEMBEE 6 1889 shadowy wtagsa3d with lamentations gathered up the rent fragments of the Be- Â¬ ing A moment sbe bent herself upon them then lifted up her hands and Wept And as she wept behold from Iter sides there sprung a warrior armed and with a NUMBER that roui around the oily which S in the There were trees and Placa of Death their voice as they rustled was tho voice of music there was air and as it blew its Ureath was tho sobbing notes of son g rushed up to meet Tst asd bore me down till I seemed to stand upon another earth cried a great voice Who comes Harmachls answered the Shapes that changed continually Harmachis Shapes changing mysterious wonderful 21 EITDCRT CEHTBIL B Llolv ilotbor 1 watched LUE GRASS ROUTE Bhjrtcsi and Qutclest Route from Cen t a Kcnocky to AH Points North East West and South west F ST LINE BETWEEN jexington ScbrdBle in Kfieet 6CLTI rOIND nuali- 31 Cincinnati ay 12th Dally 1SS9 No2 Exbsa Ne4 No 6 Ex bu Kuan tnpn xjjpm o a m bFCupa i utli mam our pa 4108pm h ni fn lie 11 ua- 37 an nteo pm 5 00 pm L mm an v 1 nP Wpo npoii ioo pn 1I3QO pa erjopro Ji S4S pm i ao an j eo pm 1030 pm A - -- icbcsler- - lo pn i 700 pm C V - i- - s- - 1 I- jit - 4 P j e V-- f luii- d- 1 4 pm I igvtoo yoo pa pnl - JS UTII BOrND all y boo No 3 NeL No 6 Ex Sen Kx Suu L 1 A I I v r Ici L A I - a moiid ngston T ami io oj ami The irarWera tang la tnne Then Harry aiked O Mary dear irany trish mi rat tfraated be Wliafwealdyoa Hkcf and Mary iald IH1 1 ke a hooo ol Rlaseroread With aar oetltcc orerbeod And tbat would do lor me Just that aleaet- - atked Harry tbent O no r ske cried w tti oagef hasti Id like to nave tbe b Jews mode Of eumdrop in xed w tb len oaade Id1d sbaJe VHh every Etaaic Set In Jojoba paste No mere to O yes be asked Theres oae tbag else before I slop Td Mke to bare tbe waHs desosned Of spice and pepponalat coraboied So ever 11 1 leel inert ncd Id pfo a candy drop Now have you every thing lndccdr Ko asked SallUa y Let me think A soda water spr ng near by I tbint my waas would satisfy So I Qtht kaeel trhca I am dry And drink and drink and drink ANoioee thine eler he T istfal asked It would be pleas set tbea to sec She hnaij herbead grace Then look n sbyly in his face She siM Id I ke open the pliCO Seine one to I rre with me Charles U Snyder in Pttsbnrgh Brllctln urur lor to night was the night of wy initiation Leaving the loner coort 1 bathed myself as ahiCSi io ptv8 hoen passed thoit is ev inmost dained Into aa Inner but not sanctuary and laid the accustomed offer ings on tho altar Then lifting up my hands to Hoavcn I remained for many hours in contemplation striving by holy tltoughts nnd prayer to gather up my strength against tho mighty moment of uy trial Slowly tho boots sped ia thasilcncoof tho Tom le UHbV length tho dooropotled and my father Amcnemhat ihe High Pnost came in lad n white and leading by the baud the Priest of Isis For him- Â¬ self having been married be did not enter into tho mystorios of the Holy Mother I rose to my feet and stood humbly before the twain said tho Priest lifting Art thou ready the lamp ho held to that its light foH upon my face Art then ready O thou chosen one even to sod the glory of-- tho Goddess face to face I am ready wtth-tnof-e- - stcr ru iMsaml A A r r c mond m ud uuieMer iitnamil unaii - jean pc 4 7in ami no ami 4 NOTHING k a1 7 LOST BY VAITING JM iepi Jai Ttwes a time to work sad a time to wait And to cese Iron toll end labor US pm 4 SS P 007 pm moo pm 730 pm For a man is btesl By a chance to rest And ta chat with n frieadly neighbor Ol tScy sboeM tcaewirao so Bat rare y the r speed a ballon- la tboir Oiicr stra a of heart aa4 brain Tbat noth jh is lest Vy t a I br The seed met rest la the quiet earth FOr ra my a day and boar Ero twlUsrew Or begin to show The st m of a stak or flower And I hell i t tra U tptte the tew 8T1LI SUE S1T3 LIKE T0NDE3 SMUNi ASD MII1JW ts T x Igtoll s L 3 L c It P 4 a P J P o JS P S 5 7300 c njrt m P MAYSVILLE X I L A c S at BRANCH tijat MCJ5 ai ksai 11 13 ax trry TH DOCND lx rton u - until usoii M No II Dally BXOH Ex Sun 135 pm 8 es am -- No Dully ic pooam nig ka7am - iic - - s L Z f Til BOrXD ille mc 1 Cir A I in - r X i biin nton 1111 I j oj am rjo pm neaj am rto pm No Ml No tt DtMly Dally Bz Ex Han 515 am jio pm 557 am Hpn fcop am 314 pm 715 am yjt pm 7 40 a m 4 05 p m Kjsam 630 pm MC35 am 635 pm Mt4S a m fcs p m t iam ib 50 pm 514s pm Cciz pm 4 145 pm Whose t Bj oe Me Tubs ly Tbat In CT s great plea t ie be ort of Ban Is earkbed try Ibe hoars of tiBE prQ m fc6 pm Yettnoush hard the task we stitl keep at work The rest I hat we neeel peespeates U UU Leotacrselfate B4 wstte were drantoj- And we lojk 94 p afte a grewseae way The 1 ert jw les detat as And we feel no doubt both In and eat Ai K doiag penanco by nutia r Thtre a time to work and a t rae to rest RbouWt tU r I s i N I tt- - t F make oowweoHonn at WiBelies M V Kj s oil the N N kC8tllihOfHIB4ettOa t LexlaetoH T NT Train of this Hue Mwir froai Uie Ceulnil Uotan drjart tiiun CliMslHHatt HmklBKWet ikhuUi Nortti Bast and t Tjkrt i MtMaittl BaeKKKe Cheeked rt iclied by a railroad pirtii ularaaddreM oreallon any 6 1 -u a ra Arrl ee ra Kxcept S494ay NOTIS XaJram tally between il I inciHiintL n 4 rHftsilnlly iiciuuailautl Lexwtetou MtM 1 1 omiMuyur rtr 11 Iis r ARt o ilvSl E IL BACON l Pass AgU Ciucinnatl NTIN TON V rres Gen Manr tALK kgl Richmond Ky HJCt t lli imlierorcoiiimerce Bulld S ll Trav Lexl Agt PasrlouKy tlnrinnatl o Clciiiaatl - Sha Z opultsx Xise betareea LAFAYCTTE Tr-i-- ii Indiannpolisand rcn Sltlwit CLurs - CHICAG l An Z -- rt aAngfl Cincinnati and StLouia jl t CL St L t C Bsllwsy BI5 Fox and Tandalls Una rsga-r-r-r- -i Oars andElec antXlo zi-S Clitux Cars on Uight Train 1 riEoentrarlor Cars on Day Train srrwxza KI TDLO O 1SL e T 1 t C 1 iT rteorinRCanPullmanReclinira New Coachei Second c je between Cincinnati and St Loiua Ciegert HccIInlng Chair Cars a i s and Baggaro Cars all run throug lirat Clau mcinnati and Peoria HL THE Kt SITWIXW T1A L C aa t BJtV Short Line n CrrrrocJiousRocIlnlnK Chair Cars Btroirji 1 Via SHEIVDOIJ I Kt TACaaaTPAffBBds tcicsKo St fotls and Peoria close and 1st -- Jte coaarrtloas are nude with all Linn to the fiprtlmiMt tTft and Sonthwest iTcXetssslEagisriCliKbttsUrrlEdslJUU j rrl t any Ticket Office C I St L I I otiathislmeataUConpoaTicket Hirwiphoat the country IOHK ECA7J GcaIPsss and Tkt Agent Jr cia csnrsr a Hsw and OrigmalDesips OF ARTISTIC MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble First Class Wortpmistt AND L0W2ST W OONffiSTBNT PSIOSS wlc 1 Knn cr f ivetitmjky ou before 4B ami guarantee satUractiuu 1 Wii r- - 4 -- ituvni trade intjemrm a finlerius any wyleofwark ir -- WM ADAMS 8 iSONIperteraf IiEaNOTOK Ky every year I sent hack jbj answers asking if the time had oom j to cease from labor And so the days of nivprobauon sped away till I grow falat and wntvry at heart for be- Â¬ ing now a man ay and learned I longed to moko a beginning ol the life of men And ofttiraes I wondered if this talk and prophecy of tho thing there wore to bo was but a dream born of the brains of men whose Being an Account of the Fall and wish ran before their thought 1 was in- Â¬ deed of the royal blood that I knew for Venceance of Harmachls the ay uncle Sepa the Priest sbxmcd mo the secret record of the descent traced without Roysi Egyptian break from father unto son and graven in mystic symbols upon a tablet of the stone of Sycnc But of what avail was it to be royal AS BET TOETH BY HIS 0W1T EAKD by right when Egjpt my heritage was a slave a sluvo to do the p easuro and minis- Â¬ By H Ridkp Haccard ter to the luxury of the Macedonian Lagidas ay and when she had been so long a serf Autror of -- IOng Soioarions Mines that perchance she had forgot how to put Allem Quatermaln She off the servile smile of bondage and once Etc Etc Ete more- to look across the world with free- Â¬ doms glorious eyes ninstratcd br UlCHOIi artor CATOJT WOOI Aud then I bethought me of myprayOr TOXE aad OTIS nTEKHAOXg upon the pylon tower of Abouthis and of the answer to my prayer and wondered If CHAPTKIl IV that too were dream 3T THE DErAKTTTBE Or HABKACHJ8 AKD OF And one niijt as weary with study I HIS MEETING TTITH BIS UNCIE SCTA THE the sacred grove that is in nren rniESToros or nis life at ok asd walked wnhinof tho Temple and thought the leatcoos Or THE TTUBDS OF SEPA such thoughts as these I met my Undo T THE dawning of Sopa who also was walking and thinking the next day I was Hoki he cried m his great voice awakened by a priest why is thy face so sad Harm chis Hath Temple who the last problem that we studied over- Â¬ of the broaght word to bio whelmed thee to make ready for Usy m uncle I answered I am Jft tho JoorHey whereof overwhelmed S indeed but not of tbo my father had spoken problem it was a light one 11 y heart is inasmuch as tbera was heavy within me for I am aweary of life sb occasion for mc to pass within thee cloisters and the piled up down toe river toAnnu cl weight of knowledge crushes mc It is of Ra Now this is the Uoli no avail to store up force which can not be opolis of tho Greeks used whither I should go in tbo Ah thou art impatient Harmachls he company of some priests of answered it is ever the way of foolish Ptah st Uemfl who had come youth Thou wouklst tasto of tho battle Aboutbis to lay sr hither togreat men iuotho tho thou dost weary of watching tho breakers tomb fall upon tbo shore thou wouklst plunge body of oac of thoir that had been prepared ec r the resting therein and venture Uie desperate hazard place of the blessed Osiris So I made of tho war And so thou wouldst ho going ready and the same evening having re-Â¬ Harmachls Tho bird would fly tho nest ceived letters and embraced my father and as when they are grown he swallows fly were dear to from beneath the caves of the Temple those about the Temple who oae I passed down to the banks of Sibor Well it shall be as thou dosirest the hour ind wo sailed with tho south wind As the Is at hand I have taught thee all that I upon the prow and with a rod in have learned and mcthinks that tho pupil pilot stood And bo paused his hand bade the sailor men loosen the hath outrun Ids master stakes wherewith tho vessel was moored to and wiied Ids bright black eyes for he was very sad at the thought of my departthe banks the old wife Atoua hobbled up ure ner basket of simpies m her hand andcalhng And whither shall I go my uncle jut her farewell threw scandal aftermc for I asked rojoicnig back to Abouthis to bo srood chance which sandci I kept for many rears And so we soiled and for six days initiated in the mystery of the Gods passed down the icnierfnl river making Ay bnck to Abouthis and from Atouthis to Alexandria and from Alexandria to the fast each night at aome onvenient spot But when I lost sight of the familiar throneof thy fathers O Harmachls Listen things that I had soon day by day sinco I now thmgt are thus Tbouknowest how and eyes tf ad found myself alone Cleopatra tbo Qucn tied into Syria when tnongstrango faces I felt sore at heart that false c schlothhias set tho will ol tnd would have wept had I not been Auletcs at aogbtrand raised her brother tshamod And of all the wonderful things Ptntemytothesoletordshipof Egypt- - Thou I saw I will not write here for though they knowost also how she came back ULe a Queen indeed with a great army in her wero new to m have tbey not been known toounsinoo such time as tho gos rule in train and lay at Pelusim and liow at th s me juncture the mijjby Lcsar that great mat Zeyptl But tho priests wlio wcni with showed me no httlo honor and expounded that greatest of al men s uied w th a weak to me what were the things I saw And on company bi her to Alexandria from Paar saltas bieodr field ia hot pursuitof Fomney the morning of the seventh day we came to itemfl the city of the White WalL Here But ho found Pompey already dead having for three days I rested from my journey been basely murdertfd by Achillas the Gen Â¬ ind was entertained of the priests of the eral and Lectu3 SeptiBnus the chief of tho wonderful Temple of Ptah the Creator and Roman legions in Rgyp and thou knowost thown the beauties of tbo great and mar- Â¬ how tho Alexandrians wero troubled at bis velous city Also was I led in secret by the coming and would have slain hislictors Sigh Priest and two others into tho holy Then aa thou hast beard useaar seiz d Ptolemy tho ycjnp King and his sistei presence of the god Apis the Ptah who rsinoe and bwde ihe army of Cleopolrr ichrns to dwell among men in the form of ad the army of Ptolemy uxioer AchiUav 1 bull The god was black and on his fore which lay facing each other at Palutim disÂ¬ head there was a wfctto square and on his And for back was a white1 mark shaped like an band and go their was answer Achillas tr arched on Ciesar and be- Â¬ jcgle and beneath his tongue was the like sess of a scarabcous and in his tall were sieged Lim straitly in the Brnehicm ut double hairs aad between his horns was a Alexandria and so for awhile things olatc of pare gold I entered the place of were and none knew who suould reign ia the god and worshiped while the High ErypU But then Cieopatra txk tp tho dico Priest and these with him stood nsldeand and threw them acdnhis vas the throw she And when I hod wor- Â¬ aiade In truth it was a bold one For jarnesUy watched shiped saying the words whioh had been leaving tho army at Pelusim she camo at told unto mo tho god knelt and lay dnsk to the harbor of Aloatadria and alone And then tbo High with tho Sicilian Apollodorus entered and 3own hefore rae Priest and those with him who as I hoard landed Then did Apollodorus bind her ia in afterlime wero great men of TJpper a bale of rich rugs such as are made in Kgypt approached wondering and saying Syria and sent tho rugs as a present to no word made obeisance to me because of Cccsar And when the rugs wero unbound ia the palace baboldl within them was the the omen And many other things I saw in Afemfi that are too long to write of fairest girl on ad the earth ay and tho most witty and the most learned And sho acre On tho fourth day came some priests of seduced the groat Ootsar oven his weight Vnnn to lead sse unto Sepa my uucle the of yoars did not avail to protect him from hor charms so that as a fruit of bis folly High Priest of Anna So having bid faro vell to those of Head we crossed tho river he well nigh l03t hts life and all the glory rod rodo on 5es two parts of a days Jour Â¬ ho had gained in a hundred wars The fooll I broke In the fool Thou ney through many village which wo found callost him great but how can the man who in great poverty because of Uo oppression Also ts wo wont hath no strength to stand agalnsta womans of tho tax gatherers fer the first Uaae saw the great pyramids wiles be truly groat Caasar with tho tbat are beyond the image of the god Ho world hanging on his wKd Cresar at rorcku the Sphinx and the temples of the whoso breath forty legions inarched and changed tho fate of peoples I Cajsar the Divino Mother Isls Queen of iemnonia and tho god Osiris Iwd of RosaR J of colal tho far seeing I the fierol uassar to fall like a ripo fruit into a false girls lap whioh Temples together with tho Temple Why in tho issue of what common clay of the worship of the Piviao ilenka ra I Hered was this Roman Cessar and how poor a Harmacals cm by right divine tho itary High Priest LsavfcAhem and mar thing But Sepa looted at mo and shook his vated atihoic Ereateees a4 at the white jarven trmostone and red graalto of Syono head Bo not so rash Harmaohis and talk not that flashed ia the suna rays back to Heaven But --at tan time I knew naught With so proud a voice Knowost thou not fthetcesure that was hid In Her which that in every suit of mall thpre is a joint is UtO third among tho Pyramids xould I Wd woe to him that wears it if tho sworJ 4 ehouid search it out For woman in her fl sever known of i And so t last w came v thin sight of weakness is yet tbo strongest force upou Anna whioh after Uemfl hath been Been the earth Sbe is the beim of all things no large Urwn but stands on raised human sho comes in many shapes and ground beloro which are hikes fed by a knocks at many doors sho is quick and Behind th tows is the great patient and her passion ia not ungovern Â¬ oanah temocea fiocifwutp of th Tomple ot the able like tbat of taan but as a gentto steed jhef she csagniag oea whare a wH aa GdKa The treo thats frtow Te bud and htow The hlcbest perfect oa reaches I attaia the goal bead heart aad oat New cenraso aad streegth treatmg From day to day nnvexed by delay For notbtas Is loot by walttag JosepMae Pollard ta N T Ledger As tbe volume of uMire tcsehes Â¬ CLEOPATRA Â¬ JMjS things she can do for Nature ever fights upon her side and the while sho does them ihe can docoivo and shapoa secret end in which thott hast lb fdrt And lhu woman rules the world For her aro Wars for her metfspend their strength in gathering gains for her thry do well and ill and scekf or groatness and find forgo tful ness And all the wbilo sho sits like yonder Sphinx and smiles and no man hath ever read all tho riddle of her smiles or known all the mystery of her heart Hock notl mock not Harmachls for strong indeed must he bo who can defy tho power of woman which prossing round him Uko the general air is of ttlmcs most present when tho senses least discover it I laughed aloud Thou speakest earnestly O my UUclO Bepa i said almost might orio think that thou hadst not como Unscathed through this Jicrco fire of temptaWeil for myself I fear not worn Ja tion and all her wiles naught know 1 of them and naught do I wish to know and I still hold that this Cajsar was a fool Had I stood where Ctcsar stood to cool its wan Â¬ tonness that bale of rugs should havo been rolled adown the palace steps even into tho harbor of mud Nay cossol cease I he cried aloud Evil is it to speak thus and may the gods avert tho omen and preserve to thco this cold strength wb rcof thou boastest O man thou knowest not thou in thy strength and beauty that Is without com pare in tho power of thy learning and the sweetness of thy tongue tbou knowest not Tho world where thou must mlxU not n sanctuary as that of the divino IsiSi But there it may bo so Pray that thy hearts Ico may never molt so shalt thou bo great and happy and Egypt bedcllvored And now let mo tako up toy talo thon becst Harmachls even in so grave a story woman claims her place The young Ptolemy Cleopatras brother being loosed of Caesar treacherously turned on him Thereon Cusar and Mitbrid ites stormed the camp of Ptolemy wbo took to flight across tho river But his boat was sunk by tho fugitives wno pressed upon it and such was the muerahlo cud of Ptolemy Thereon tho war being ended Cxesar appointed the younger Ptolemy to rule with Cleopatra and be in name her husband though sho had but then borne him a son Cawarlon and ho himself departed for Rome bearing with him tho beautiful Princess Arstoe to follow his triuinpus in her chains But tho great C csar is no more He died as ho had lived In Wood ind right royally And but now hath Cleopatra the Queen if my tid- Â¬ ings may be trustful slam Ptolemy hor brother and her husband by poison and taken the child Cssanou to bo her fellow on tho throne which sho holds hy tho help of tho Romo logions and as they say of young Sextus Pompeius who hath suc-Â¬ ceeded Caar in her lovo But Harmachls the whole laud bois and scolhes against her In every city tho children of Khem tall of tbo deliverer who is to come and thou art ho O Harmacnls Almost is the time ripe Tho hour is nigh at band Go thou back to Abouthis and loam tho last secrets of tho gods and meet tboso who shall direct tho bursting of tbo storm And then act Hannachis act I say and strike home for Khem and rid the land of the Roman and the Greek and tako thy place upon the throne of thy fathers and be a King of men For unto this ond wast thou born O Prince theso Â¬ 1 Ecthlnk thee he said again in solemn tones this Is no small thing If tbou will carry out this thy last desire understand O Royal Hannachis tbat now this very night must thou foranhilo dio in the flesh what tlmo thy soul shall look on spiritual things And If thou dlest and thero shall bo any ovil thing foUrd Within thy heart when thou rnmfcst at hut into that awful presence woe unto thee Harmnchis for tho broath of life shall nj more entor In at the gateway of thy meh Utterly shalt tbou perish as to thy body and what shall befall thy other parts if I know I may not According to tho Esyptian religion say the being man is composed of four parts tho body the double or astral shape a the soul of T and tbo sparl of life rVuag from tho Godhead Jlor I Art thou tcOo fore pure and free from t ne thought of sin t Art thou prepared to bo gathered V the breast of Hor who was and is and xfCi be and in all things to do Her holy will for her while sho shall so command to put away the thought of earthly woman and to labor always for Her glory till nt the end tby II To is absorbed iu Her oteruol life Noble Amcnemhat we go hence along Farewell my son said my father be Ann nnd triumph o er tho things spiritual as thou shalt triumph over tho things earthly Hewho would truly rulo tho world must first bo lifted up above the world He must heatonowith God for thus only shall he learn the secrets of the Divine But bo-ware Tbe gods demand much ot those 11110 dam to enter tho fcirelaof their Dlvin- Â¬ I answered leadon I am I answorcd It is well said tbe Triest face like tnd fevof Ua tho sun at noon he tbe AvHjr hurled him- Â¬ With self upon the monster who had usurped the throne and they closed in battle and strug- Â¬ gling ever In a straight embrace passed up- Â¬ ward to tho skies Then camo ptctara after picture I saw powers and peoples clad in various robes aud srpdakihg many tongues I saw them pass and pass and nasi iii millions loving hating struggling dt ing Sosno few wero aappy and some had woe stamped upon their faces but most bore not the seal of happiness nor ot woe but rather of pa- Â¬ tience And ever as they passed from age to age high above in Uie heavens the trenger fought on with the Evil Thing wWle ihe recla of victory swung now here flow thferO but neither conquered nor was it given to me to kncrW how the battle deu And 1 flrideraiood that what I had beheld was tho holy vision cf tbe struggle between tbo Good and tho Evil powers I saw that man was created vile but those who arc above took pity on hbn and came down to hlui to make hiaa good and happy for tbe Bat man re two things are one thaig turned again to bis wicked way and then kl the bright spirit of Good who ieof u cailou Osiris but ivho hath many uamea offer himself up for luC evil doing of tkt race that had dethroned him And from Bin and the DivmeMot he rot whom all nature sprang another spnt who U tlie Prtectt of us on earth as Osiris is our justifii r Arnenti For this is the mystery of tho Osiris Of a sudden as I saw tbe visions these things became clear to me The mummy cloths of symbol and of ceremony that wrap Onsis round fell from him and I understood tho secret of religion The pcturo passed and once again the Priest my guide spoke to me Hast thou understood Harmachls those things whioh it bath lxcn granted thco to akut who hath been sumtnoced from fhe earth to look upon the face of Her that Was aad Child of Is and Shalt Be Harmacbt Earth Throw back the Gates and open wide tho Throw pealed the awful votce Doors hack the Gates and open wide the Doors Seal up hie lips In silence lest his voice jar upon tho harmonies of becren take away his sight lest he see that which may not be seen and let Hannachis who bath been summoned pass down tbe path that leads Pass on to the place of tho Unchanging Child of Earth but before tbou goest look up that tbou mayest learn how far tbou art removed from earth I looked up Beyond the glory that shone about the city was btaok night aad high on its bosom twinkled one tiny star Behold tbe world that thou bast left said the1 voice behold and tremble Then my lips and eyes were touched and scaled with silenco aad with darkness so that I was dumb and blind And tbe gates rolled back the doors strong wide and 1 was swept into the city tbat is la tbe place of Death Swiftly 1 was swept I know not whither till at length I stood upon ray feet Again the name voice pealed Draw the vail of blackness from his eyes unseal the silence on his tips that Harmachls Child ot Barth may see hear and understand and make adoration at the shrine of Her that Was and Is and Shall Be And my lips and eyes were touched oace more so tbat my sight and speech came thee aad look oa to the day t shall come when then shalt dwell in my light and io the dowg e myknty tasks becaase of this I say it shell be given te thee O Iiaiiaanhls te leek bc the face of IsU even unto the eyes of the Messenger aad not die tbe death BooV The sweet ve4ee eeased the dark etotrnf upon tbe altar ekasgsd H grew white it shone asd seesed at leagth to take the shrouded shape of woeaoa Thea the gsldon snakes crept from its heart eace sere and like a hviag dfadem twised itself about the cloudy brows Now suddenly the vapors berst aad melted and with my eyes I saw that Gtery at tbe very thought of which my setric faints But what I saw it is not lawftal to utter For though 1 have been btddB to write what I have written of tab maWor perchance tbat a record raay restate thoro oa have I been waraed ay even sow after these many years I saw sad what Isaw caaaetboiBMgiBed for there areGlarpofl asd there are shapes watch are aerosol the reach of mans ImaglaaUon I saw ta with the memory Of that sight stnanacd for-Â¬ ever 00 my heart my spirit failed bm aad I sank down hefore the Giory And as I iell it see ned that tbe greet baB to aaltas at Are burst apes and crumbled arsusd me Thea there was a seaai as the soaad of worlds rushing dewa the eataraota of Time asd I knew so more TO be CIXTICE 1bMesopher She can eome to a ooacltiDnii wMhsst the slightest trouble of reeseaiajr oa ot aad as sane man eaa do that Six of thest caa talk at eaee aad gat along first rate aad bo twe me earn da WHAT WOMAN CAN DO Wise Obsrrvatlons Slado by aa Uafcnown Â¬ t u to bo judged of a sharper law and bo scourged with a heavier red As their tory Is so shall their shame be for it is bo light thing having cast off tby mortal garb to soil the raiment of the Spirit m fleshly mire Therefore miko thy heart strong O Royal Hannachis And when thou spradest down tbe ways of Night and cut est the Holy Presence remember that Jrta him to whoa groat gifts have been gveu shall gifts be required again And now if indeed thv heart bo fixed go wbitbor it is not as yot given to me to follow tbee Faronelll For a moment as lay heart weighed these heavy words I wavered as well I might But I was filled with longing to bo gathered to the company of the Dhlne ones ami I know that I hod no evil iu me and desired to do only thd thing that i3 just Therefore having With so much labor drawn tbe bow string to my oar I was fain to let fly the Lead on shaft I cried with a loud voice lead 011 O holy Priest 1 follow thee And we went forth 1 sang or the Reruns of RAnMACim to aboutius CnAPTEIt V Within the court d vine The SevoiifoM-ner-shrine We pass Thtle echoes of the Temple walls Kepat tlia tone lament The sorcnd of sorrow sent far tip w Vn the imp rishiMe halls Where each in others arms the Sisters weep Ists and Nephthjs oer His unawaking sleep And then again rolled out tho solemn chorus of a thousand voices Softly we tread our measured footsteps falling Within tbo Sanotuary Sevenfold Soft oa the Doad tbatlivcth arc we calling Return Osl is from thy Kingdom coldl Beturn to them that worship thee ot old It ceased and sweetly sho took up tho song O dweller la tho Tfost Lover and Lordliest Thy love thy s ster Isis calls ttoe homo Come from thy chamber dun Thou Master or tho Sun Thy shadowy chamber Jar below tho foam I W th weary wings and spent Through nil tho firmament Through all the borror hanutcd ways ot hell I seek thco near nd far From star to wandering star Free with the dead that in Atnontl dwell I search tho hegbt tho deep the lands the skios Itiso from tho dead and live our Lord Osiris rise So tOy wo tread oar moasnrcd footsteps falling Within the Sanctaary Sevenfold Softon tho Dead that livcth are wo calling Return Osiris from thy Kingdom cold Retnrn to them that worship thco ot old Then in a strain moro high and glad the d CHAPTER VL Or TT1E INITIATION OF HARMACTIIS OF II IS V1SI0SS OF HIS PASitsa TO THE CITY THAT OF THI IS IX TPE riACE OF DEATn DECLAR VriOS OF ISIS irlE MEMESGEB N SILENCE wc ad hsJSMsf andIsisbareDark it SO ISIyiP 1 passed into tho shrine was of only the fecblo light from the lamp gleamed faint- Â¬ ly upon the sculpt ured walls where In a hundred cfilgies tho Holy Mother suckled tho Holy Child The Priest c osed the doors and bolted them Onco again ho said art 7 Onco again I answered 1 ready He spoke no nore but having if ted up his hands in prayer led me to the enter of tbe Holy and with a swift motion out out the lamp Look before thee O Hannachis he iried and his voice sounded hollow iu the 11a singer sang Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 We sing tbo child that Nout conceived and bare Th ne own love Isis waits W Sepa and with an The Warden ot tho Gates eager heart departed She breathes tho breath of Life on breast and hair from Antiu hack to And In her breast and brtath Abouthis And to Uoholdi bowakoneth bo short thither I Heboid I at length bo riscth oat o rest camo in safety hav- Toccbed with her holy hands The Lord ot ail tbo Lands g been absent five breath hor breast years and a montb be- Â¬ no stirs he rsos from hor fly Bat tbou fell Typbon ing now no moro a boy The Judcment day draws nigh but a man full grown Fleol on thy track as flaao speeds Horns from and having my mind well the sky stocked with tho knonl Softly wo tread our measured footsteps falling edge of men aud tho ancient within the Sanctuary Savenfutd wisdom of Egypt And once Soft on the Dead thut 1 veto are wo calling Return Os ris from tby Kingdom coldl niin T saw the old lands Return to them that worship thee of old and tbo known faces though of these having been Once more as wo bowed before tho Holy some few were trautic ga tho rod to Osiris Now as I came sho sang and scut the full breath cf ber nigh to tho temenos of tho Temple having glad music ringing up tho everlasting walls ridden across tae woll tUied fields the till tho silence quivered with her round priests and the people issUod forth to bid notes of melody and the hearts of thoso Who hearkened stirred strangely in tho mo welcome and with thorn tho old wife Atoua who but Tor a few added wnnles breast And thus as we walked she sang thatTimo had cut upon her forehead was the song of Osiris risen the song of Hope ovon as sho had been when sho threw the tho songof Victory Slag we the Trinity sandal after mo flvo long years agouc Sing wo the Holy Three and there thou Lai UJ InT she cried we and praise we and worship tho Throne art my bonny lad moro bonny even than Sing Throno that our Lord hath set thou wort I La what a maul what shoulThere pcute and truth are mat ders and what a face and form Ah it There in the nails of tho Holy alonel does an old woman credit to have dandled Thero in the shadowings thee i Bu t thou art over pale tho so priests Faint of tho folded wings down thero at Annu have starved thee There shall wa dwelt andrejolco in our rest We that Cry sorvants are surely Starve not thyself the Gods love Iloraa dr ve ill afar Empty stomach makes not a skeleton atv Alexandria Far la the folds of the flari of the Westr empty head as they nay But this Is a glad hour ay a joyous hour Onco more as her notes died away thun Come in como in 1 and as I lighted down dorcd forth the chorus of all the voices and then tbo chanting ceased and a tho sun she embraced me Jly father I sank tho High Priest raised tho statue of But I thrust her aside whore Is my father 1 cried I see him the living God and held it before tho multi- Â¬ tude that was now gathered in tbe notr court of the Templo Thereupon with Nay nay have no fear sho answered his Holiness is well he waits thee in his a mighty and joyful shout of Osiris I Our tho jieoplo toro tho hope Osiris 1 Osiris chamber There pass on O happy day O happy Aboutbis And so I went or rather ran and reached tho chamber ot which 1 have written and called all tho multitudes to prayer With thero at tho table sat my father Amcn one voice thoy prayed bending in adoracmhat even tho same as ho had been but tion And I understood that heroin was very old and I rau to him and kneeling shown tbe reign ot thoGods on earth which before him kissed his hand and he blessed was long beforo tbo days of Manes me A change came over the dream Stll my Look up my son ho said and let the samo fair city but other men may read old cj es gaio upon thy face that I men with greed and ovil on their thy heart faoos wbo hated tho bonds of righteous long and ear- Â¬ So I lifted up my head and doing and set their hearts on sin The nestly ho lookodupon me evening came the glorious figure mounted puro sold at length I read thee he the throne and called to prayor but nono thou art and strong in wisdom I have not bowed themselves in adoration been deceived in thco Oh lonely have been Wo are aweary oj thco I tbey cried tho years hut I did well to send tbee hence Make Eyd King Slay bun slay him Now tell mo toll mo of thy life for thy letand loose tho bonds of Evil I Make Evil ters have told mo little and thou canst not X King know my son how hungry is a fathers Mightily uprose tho glorious shape gas heart ing with mild eyes upou those wicked ones And sol told him far into tho night wo Ye knownot what yo ask ho cried sat and communed with one another Apd bur as ye will so bait For if I die by in the end ho bade me know that I must mo shall yseocQ again after much travail now prepare mo to bo initiated into thoso find a path to the Kingdom of Good groat mysteries that aro learned of the ajto ws wbkt roan fiventis hOBuoKeaforrafouland hideous chosen of the Gods And so it camo to possthatforaspacoof black wrapfnagf from thotrOress revealing to bdod leapt upon hiin aarsleg slmv him torO hi Ji limb from IhBh and amidst three months I prepared myself accord the white rois tSey vorjs bonoath aad himaeif neon as osamao Qwy fcwed before th God and tisdchRRfi r of the people to the faoiy customs I ate no meat- rthe throce sad niie 1 Sat a shape whose constant in the sanetuarios end in the study thefeastrsa etfdetl KJgwas vadtoj paafrcddp- - vn frooEHftvan CELEBIIATIONOr TH3 MVSTUltS CHANT Or ISIS AND TUB WAnSlSO Or AUtNEVIIAT -- n wakes from forth tho prison We s ng Oslr s risen lu THi day frik 3embraced nert uncle I my CrZ3Sfe VfW rT Â¬ totemn piaee I gaxed aud saw nothing But from the iichetbatis high in tho T7cll wherein Is list the sacred symbol ot the God Has on which few my look there as of tho rattling imo a sound ods of the sistrum And as I listened westruck heboid 1 saw tho outline of be symbol drawn as with lire upon the iaknes3 of tho air Above my head It mug and rattled while it hung And as it u rued clearly I saw tho face of the Mather Isia that is graven on to one skle and signifies unending birth and the face of her uily sister Nephtbys that is graven on tho thor and signifies tho ending of all birth n death Slowly it turned and swung as though ome mystic dancer trod tbo air above me tad shook it in her band But at length the nght went out and the rattling ceased Then of a suddan the end of the chamber became luminous and in that white light I bTrtidhl picture after picture I saw thg wcient Nik rolling through deserutothe sea There wero no men upon its banks nor any signs of man nor any Templ03 to tbe Gods Only wild birds moved on Sihors onely face and monstrous brutes plunged and walowodin his waters Tho sun sunk majesty behind tho Libyan Desert and itniiied the waters red tho mountains owered up toward tho silent sky but in mountain desert and nvcr there was no sign of human life And then I knew that I taw the world as it had been before man was c a tcrrpr of its loneliness entered my ionl Tho picture passed ana another rose up in its place Onco again I saw tho banks of Sihor and on them crowded wild faced eroaturcs partaking of tho nature of tho ape moro than of the nature of mankind They fought and slewieach other Thewdd wrd sprang up inaff right as the fire leapt from rcedhuU given by fecmens hands to fisme and pillage They stole and rent and murdered dashing out tho brains of chil- Â¬ dren with axes of stone And though no voice told me I knew tiiat I saw man a3 he wa3 tans of thousands of yoars ago whan first ho marched across tho earth Yet anothor pCturo Onco again I saw the banks of Sihor but on them fair cities bloomed like flowers In and out their gates wont men and women and laden asses passing to and fro from wide well tilled lands But I stw no guards or armies and no weapons of war Ali was wisdom prosperity and peace And whilo 1 woa dorcd a glorious figure clad in raiment thatshono as Camo camo from the gates of a shrine and thesodndof musio wont be-Â¬ fore and followed after him He mounted an Ivory throne which was set in a markct--plac- e facing tbo water and a3 tho sun set Â¬ 1 i I said Aro the rites ended Nay they are but begun That which follows must thou endure alone Behold I leave thoo to return nt tho morning light Once moro I warn thee that which thou shalt see few may look upon and live In all my days have I known but threo who dared to face this dread hour and of tboso threo at dawn but ono was found alive MyÂ¬ self I havo not trod this path It is too high for me Depart I said my soul is attaint for knew hedge I wdl dare it He laid hii hand upon my head and blessed me He went I ttatard tho door shut to behind him the echoes of his foot- Â¬ steps slowly died away Then 1 felt that I was alone alone in tbe Holy place with things which are not of the earth Silence fcl -- silence deep and black as the darkness which was around me Toe silence fell it gathered as the cloud gathered on the face of the moon that night when a lad I prayed upon the pylon towers It gathered denser and yet more dense till it seemed to creep into my heart and call aloul therein for utter silence has a voice that is more terri- Â¬ ble than the voice of any cry I spoke the eeboes ot my words came back upon me from the walls and seemed to boat me down The stillness was lighter to endure than an echo such ns this What was I about to seel Should I die even now in the fullness of my youth and strength Terribowero the warnings that had been given to me I was fear stricken and bethought me that I would fly Fly fly whither The templo door was barred I could not fly I was alone with the Godhead ahmo with the power timkl had invoked Nay my heart was pure my heart was pure I would face the terror that was to come even though I died Isis I prayed Isis holy Mother Spouse of Heaven come unto me bo with me aaw 1 raint bs with me m w And then I knew tout things were not as things had ben Tbe air around me began to stir it rustM as the wings of eagles it Bright eyes gazed upon me took life strango whispers shook my soul Upon the darkness were bars of light They changed and interchanged they moved to and fro ami wove myslnj symbols which I could not read Swifter and swifter flew that shuttle of the light the symbols grouped gathered f uicd gathered yet again faster and still more faat till my ej os could no more count them Now I was bfiust upon a sea of glory it surged and rolled as the ocean rolls it tossed me high it brought mo kw Glory was piled on glory splendor heaped on splendors head and I rodo aljove - alL Soon the lights began to pale in tbe roll- Â¬ Grout shadows shot across ing sea of it lines of darkness pierced it and rushed together on its breast till at length I only was a shape of flame set like a star oa the bosom of immeasurable uijht Bursts of awful musc gathered from faraway Miles and nvles away 1 heard them thrilling faintly through tbo gloom On they came nearer and more iear louder and mere loud till they swept past above below around me swept 011 rusluagpinuras torri fymg and enchaatang me They floated by ever growing fainter tall they died in space Then others came and bo two were akin Some rattled as ten thousand sistra shaken all to tune Some rang from the brazen Some tb oats of unnumbered clarions pealed with a loud sweet chant ot voices that were more than human aud some roiled rdoug in the slow thunder of a million drums Tbey passed their notes wero lost in dying echoes and tho awful silence once moro pressed in upo 1 me and overcame me The strength within mo bogan tofifi I felt my life ebbing at its springs Death drew near to me and his shapo was Si- Â¬ lence Ho entered at my heart entered with a sense of numbing cold but my brain was still alive I could yet thinks I knew that I was drawing near the confines of the dead Nay I was dying fast and oh tho horror of it I strove to pray and could not tbero was no moro tlmo for prayer One strugglo and the stillness crept into my braiu Tbo terror passe t an un fathom able weight of sleep pressed mo down I was dying I was dying and then I was dead nothingness I A change life came back to me but be- Â¬ tween the new life and tho llfo that had Once more been was a gulf and difference I stood in tho darkness of tho shrine but It blinded mo no more It was clear as tbo light of day although it was still black I stood and yet it was not I who stood but rather my spiritual part for at my feet lay my dead self There it lay rigid and still a stamp of awful calm sealed upon its face while I gazed on it And as I gaxed filled with wonder I was caught up on the Wings of Flamo and I have seel ar She can safety sttek fifty awe ha her dress while he fa getliag see ueeor his thumbnaiL back She is cool as a cueemaer ia half a desea Behold I stood within a hall of blackest wJM marble so lofty that scarce even Is the rosy tight dresses aad skirts white a maa light could ray vision reach the great sweat aad fame aad growl hi eaeleeee groins of the roof Music waded about its shirt She can talk as sweet as peaches aad spaces and ail adown its length stood winged spints fashioned in living flame and cream to the woman she hates while two such was tho brightness of their terms that men would be punching each ethers head tea they had I could net look thereon In its center was before can throwexchangedwith words that a stoae a curve She an altar smalt and square and I stood be ta a base ball prtcher fore the empty altar Then again tbe votce would be a fortune She can say No seek a low vofoethat cried it means Yes O Thou that hast been art and shalt be She can sharpen a lead peaed if yea Thou who having many names art yet give her plenty of time aad plenty af pea-cifwithout a name Measurer of Time Guar dian of the Worlds and the Races that She can dance aH nhrht ia a pair of shees dwell thereon Universal Mother born of Nothingness Creatrix uncreated Livinr two sizes too small for her aad eajoy every Splendor witnout rorm Living Form with minute of the time She caa appreciate a kiss from her hus Â¬ out Substance Servant of the Invisible five years Child of Law Holder of the Scales and band seventy performed after the marriage Sword of Fate Vessel of Life from whom ceremony go to church aad afterward teH Sbe can all Life is to whom It again is gathered eeagraea Recorder of Things Dose Executor ot you what every woman ia the rton hod en aad ia seem rare lastaaees saa Decrees hear I Harmachls the Egyptian iv idea of what the text give you sees who by Thy will hath been summoned was from the earth waits before Thine Altar aest She can walk half the atea with ears unstopped with eyes unsealed Idy baby is her arms without cewnu nt cas Â¬ and with an open heart Hear and deDescend O Many shaped 1 De- Â¬ ing tbe desire of marderlag the lafaat scend She can but whats the use A wess Â¬ scend in Flame Descend in Sound I De Â¬ on can do any thing er every thtag aad da scend in Spirit I Hear and Descend I It wed Tbe voice ceased and there was alienee She can do mere ra a nuaate than a mast Presently moved thereto by I know not in it better what I raised my eyes from between my can docaaan houra and de crazy for tweaty drive maa She hands wherewith I had covered them and I saw hanging over the altar a small dark four hours and then bring him te para Â¬ cloud in and out of which a fiery serpent dise in two seconds by simply tfckttag hha under tbe chin aad there dees not live climbed Then all the Spints clod in flame fell upon that mortal son of Adams aueery wha the marble floor and with a loud voice can do it adored bat what they said I could not un- Â¬ SPEC WARDROBES ON derstand Behold the dark cloud came down and rested on the Altar the Serpent Dress Maker Who Gamble Sometimes for of fire stretched itself toward me and the Fay Dae Them with its forky tonjruo touched me on the It is said by a New York eorreeposd gone From within the forehead and was ent of the Chicago News that dress Â¬ cloud a voice sweet and low and clear makers occasionally finish costumes est spokn in heavenly accents Dep irt ye Ministers leave me with my pare speculation and run tbe risk of servant whom I haro summoned ever being paid at all the medium of Then like amrws rushing f roffl a bow the this speculation being some pretty firl flamo clad Spirits leaped from tbe ground of good social position aad empty purse and sped away said the voice be not who has a right to espeect that she 0 EarmaebU afraid I am She whom tbeti dost know as might marry well were she proferly Isis ot the Egyptians but what efee I am presented before tbe fastidious eye of strive not thou te learn it is beyood thy the eligible baohekw There iB a story strength For I am all things all life is altogeth Â¬ my spint all Nature is my raiment I am told for whose truth Tib not the laughter of thi child I am the maidens er prepared to answer hut which oae love I am tbe mothers fciss I am the Chikt hears told very often about a certain and Servant of the Invisible that is God famous New York beauty who bee very that is Law that ia F te though myself 1 little money and a great of physical be not God aad Fate and Law When winds blow and oceans roar upon the face of Earth loveliness and who raade the mistake thou hearest my voice wh n tbou gaxest of fancying that English peers eared on the starry firmament Uhu seest my enough about American beauty to BarÂ¬ countenance when the spring blooms out ry it without fortune She is exquis- Â¬ in flowers that fa my smile Harmachls as clever and high- Â¬ For I am natures self and all her shapes itely pretty as well One of the rieh dressÂ¬ aro shapes of Me I breathe ia all that bred looking breathes I wax and wane m the changeful makers thought so too and hearing I ber ono day bewail the fact that fer moon I grow ana gather in the tide nso with the Sobs I flash with the hght want of clothes she could not accept ning and thunder in the storms Nothing aa invitation to spend the season ta is too great for i o measure of my majesty nothing Is so small that I can not find a London ottered to furnish ber with a home therein I am in thee and thou art in handsome wardrobe on speculatiea me O Uarmaehh that wbch bade thee providing that sbe would pay a cer Â¬ be bade Me ako be Therefore though 1 tain interest oa tbe money after she am great aad tbou art little have no fear For we are bund together by the common had married ber Earl or Duke as the The girl jumped at bond of life that lifo which flows through case might be sun and stars and spaces through spirits the offer for her looking glasses bad and the souls of men wedding ad Nature to always told her that sbe only needed a whole that changing ever is yeteterually setting a jewel aÂ¬ -- that too same I bowed my bead I was fear smitten -- whirlcdaway away faster than tho lightÂ¬ ning flash Down I fell through dopths of empty space set here and there with glit tenag crowns of stars Down for ten million miles and ten times ten million till at longth I hovered over a place of soft un- Â¬ changing light wherein wereTomples Pal- Â¬ aces and Abodes such as no man ever saw in tho wildest visions ot his sleep Tbey were built of Flamo and thoy wero built of Blackness Their spires pierced up and up their great courts stretched around Even Bl- - 111 I - 1 1 sit tub woe j as rr jas was Han man- - bstout fj st -- - BtoathcerayW60lyJJSiajb aa I hovered they changed oenttuiwJly to the eye vbaVwsa gase beearae biaciEess what was bsdraesa became Same Hare f was th fissa of crystal and thet the bjaofowsjpaavdtnasdAgftaJnTJl I could not speak for which a Duke might be glad to plaee amid tho strawberry leaves and she Faithfully bast thou served me O my firmly believed that a London season servant went on loo lew sweet velse with beautiful clothes was tbe one thing greatly hast tbou longed to be brought world kt face to face with Mo herein Amenta aad needed to set her beforo the greatly bast thou dared to accomplish that a proper light and enable ber to pop Â¬ desire For it is no small thing to cast oil ularize the fortune she bore in her tho tabernacle of tbo flesh and before the face Well she got the clothes aad appointed time- - if only for an hour put on charming ones they were tor the dress tberaiment of thesptnt And greatly O my servant havo I too desired to look on makers artistic pride was aroused and theo hero where I am For the Gods love sho wanted the world to see what she The those who lovo them butwithawiderand could do with a good subject deeper love and under One who is as far London world raved over her She from Me as I am from thee mortal I am a at for famous artists Her photo- Â¬ God of Gods Therefore I have caused thee graphs were in all the shop windows and to bo brought hither Harmachis thereforo I speak to thee my servant and Her picture wa3 in all the illustrated bid thee commune with Me now face to papers and all the poor guardsBea face as thou dUst commune that night sous tost upon tho Temple towers of Abouthis For and impecunious younger was thero with thee Harmaehis as I was their beads sufficiently to propose to I in ten thousand other worlds It was 10 love in a cottage But when the dukes Harmachls who laid tho lotus in thy hand and earls found she had no fortune giving theo tho sign which thou didst seek and that the fine clothes did not rep Â¬ For1 thou art of tho kingly blood of those who served Me from age to age And it resent Government bonds or a pork thou dost not fail tbou shalt sit upon that packing establishment they oasae to kingly throne and restoro my ancient wor- the conclusion that sbe was too expen- Â¬ ship in its punty and sweep my temples sive a luxury and at the end of the from their dcfllcmonts But if thou dost season the beauty returned uBwedded fill then shall Isis became but a memory and with no means of paying that in Egypt which bill The voice- - paused and gathering up my dreadful dressmakers strength at length I spoto aloud seemed a mere bagatelle to Iher when Tell mo O Holy I said shall I then she had sailed away to become an EnÂ¬ fafll glish peeress That was two years Ask Me not answered the vofcc that ago She is still unwedded the which it is not lawful that I should answer thee Perchance I can read that which dressmakers bill is still aspeJd new that tho talk is shall befall thee perchance it doth not pteaso and me so to read What can it profit the Di- sho is acecept a about to vino that hath all tlmo wherein to await tho wealthy gentleman with a curved nose issues to bo eager to look upon the blossom and an oriental surname who will not that is not blown but whioh lying a seed la the bosom of tho earth shall bieom in Its mind trifles of a few thousands fer Know Harmachis that I do not clothes when It means the securing ef season shape tbo Future the Future is to thee and bo beautiful a woman whose connec Â¬ not to Me for it is bom ot Lair and of tho tion will give him an entree-- into the rulo ordained of tho Invisible Yet art thou fashionable society where belongs to free to act therein and thou shalt win or thon shalt fail according to tby strength spend the Income of hb millions and the measure of thy- - hearts purity Some of these speculations however Thine be the burden O Harmachis as tha have turned out much more fortunate in tho event shad be tho glory or tho shaml ly and strango to say one of them LitUe do I reck of tbo issue I wbo tun hut tho Minister of what is written Now hear was in the case of very ptaJts gid me Always will I ho wihthec my servant who had nothing but ber witty teagam for my lovo once given can never be takes and stylish carriage to reeoBsmeed her away though by suxti may seem lost to and who with s setting of good thco Ksmenbortacn this If thou dost triumph great shall bo guerdon if thou clothes managed to raarry an exeeJent dost fail heavy indeed shall bo thy punish Â¬ parti Within one season she had set ment both ia tho flesh and in the load that only paid her bill but hod purchased thou cauest Amenti Yet tUs for thy com- - f dozens of splendid new frocks for fort shamo and agony shall ae be eter Â¬ which she was enabled to pay dewa nal For however dean fM fall fmn righteousness it out Tepantasee holds the her husbands- ready mosey 0 heart thore 13 a patb a stony aad a cruel path whoretry the height nay he cttabed It is estimated thai a hoeeecs again- - Letitcotfcc thy lot to fallow it tanean wwed pull twice as mtseh Harmachis i And now because them hast reelmnMa eh as on a dirt road lovid tay servant aud watdarfog WteeSw a through tbe zaasw of facia vrttereist maa an a read paved wish KJmaoatWHH road aottsW n upon tha eertn aisfektaj tesethMBftekes en thesahsfaHKseforthe swrit amtt U tttar fitkttMS MM He nt Sod yet km m tdn-- at I era iante to Â¬ the proper to make her i JS - S tU at fulte 1-- lJyUHJml hi i u a TiftjoTfe liuni QniloWBSifol Wr - 11 - wsz j l sf-T Br ifflBSl5B5SS f i - IPF STUaY OS HISTORY- Bow It Should Be funaid In Order to Obtain Good JUtalt It is of courso always allowed that It is necessary In any course of education to pivo an important place- to the con eldoratlon of history but thero remains still much to bo done before there- will bo atoj proper and gcuorol appreciation of tho great importance TKIs Is of this branch of knowlodgo largely duo to the fact that history has too often been taught as amero dry and repeleot collection of dates and uninteresting details Perhaps nino men out of ten are in their youth bo strongly repeled by the method in which an attempt is mado to cram history down their throats that they nover get to any thing llko a fair com coptlon ot the interest and richness of the study and of those who are more fortunate there aro not many who un- Â¬ derstand what the truo object of study- Â¬ ing history should be This is especially unfortunate in a country liko ours where ail the people aro supposed to take an intelligent in- Â¬ terest in the affairs of state and where every Individual is more or less likely to come sooner or later into active par- Â¬ ticipation at least by his vote In the gravest issues which present them- Â¬ To know what selves for the solving should bo done in any situation it is necessary to know both what others have done and what was the result of the courso which they took Tho tried adage that history repeats itself is at least so far truo that it is not easy to find a problem in government to day which has not at some time and in somo place presented itself before and wo have the advantage if we aro but wise enough to avail ourselves of it ol living in an ago so late in the recorded history of tho human raco that there is waiting for us the accumulated experi Â¬ ence of mankind for thousands of years in grappling with tho very problems that trouble and challenge us to day If our predecessors have not solved them all they have at least eliminated many of tho solutions which might present themselves and spared us tho labor of proving many things false that are to the eye specious and alluring No better illustration of this could be found than tho so called National- Â¬ ist movement which is making a somewhat bravo show to day One has only to study history to discover that the greater part of its proposed reforms have been thoroughly tried before and their fallacy proven beyond peradventure It is certainly not the part of wisdom to go over the same i - SADDLES ASTO The old and roliable Saddle and Ilarness House of In throwing your money away No SHond Street next In Gsraett Ilouee lias a complete stock or 2G CIRCUS REFLECTIONS Tbe Perversity of Unman Ntnreus DIa played la nXent Show It scorns a rather strange thing that people of ordinary appreciation should experience more pleasure in seeing anl mals in eccentric attitudes than in those designed for them by nature Theman who cares nothing to see tho seal swim about In his tank becomes spell bound with delight when he ob-Â¬ serves that honest faced amphibian bumping across a board platform on tho mnscles of his stomach for tho purpose of discharging a pistol and showing how great n tambourine vir-Â¬ tuoso ho Is The same man and ho Is generally a sample of the whole audience never knows how great an animal tho pig is until ho sees him attired liko a nurso wheeling a monkey about in a baby GEAR r ii by buying shoddy goods Saddles Harness- Bridles - i Blankets Whips Spurs riorse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weights Soaps Oils and overyUiiup eUe needed by persons who handle liorses X used Gentlemens ladies1 and bovs Saddles kept in stouk reasonable prices and Harness of every description Trace Chains Ha mos Backhands Collars Collar Pads Belljbaitd Uame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips hih other things usd oh the farm Only experienced workmen employed If yu want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging When you make money by in price from 4 upwards If you getting the watt a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from S up AH prices of Plow Gear from Um obeapoto the hct4 Some And tW h irriy new in Curry Combs lite lindMme lot ot lap Cloth ever brought lo IL lnmiii 4 w Â¬ Saddles Manufactured to Order In saving money by buying and none but the best material the best of everything at carriage When ho sees two sheep playing leap frog and sparring with gloves he feels as though nature mado a sad mistake in not endowing oil sheep with these gifts that they might amuse as well as feed and clotho man He never before got so much enjoy- Â¬ ment outof a flock of sheep on abrlght green hillside and ho vows when ho goes to a picture sale again he will only buy such cattle pioces as happen to tickle his sporting fancy He thinks what an opportunity Rosa Bonheur missed when she failed to dolineato oxen indulging in a game of see saw and horses running about in a circle in Indian file with tholr forelegs on tho flanks of the ones just ahead This man who notices not tho poetÂ¬ ry and grace of natural motion would be happier perhaps if all men stood on their heads and walked on thoir hands for nature to him Is but a dull prosaic sort of a thing as barren of beauty as tho advertised beauty tho beautiful Mile Soandso who sails through tho air on tho flying trapeze in tights as delicate as a rosebud toofEYerjilii -- At the - 1 MywMyonW LOWEST PRICE ILL Owr Gntnrf PAPER VII Puck ELECTRICAL DANGERS A TarnInc from One Who Is an Ant liorlty Cfewnoiee Shle itf Paper was a perfect ineees W EL 2 Uocnii c we had made Hp r mind lo mU every rM f la i hvaxnn itimhI m HHter at what priee ihpy ltml to 1WWH IilMMk U cut Ht 6 CrlltM lo K lite finest Rmtiowetl Goltld t 1 oenlf Tkey all Hettl lite last roll f them OHetieHtty we have All this you can do by getting your FALL and WINTER loOliMsLeft WT SIMIJY A TKKMKXDOUS STOCK OF eisw GOODS eJeae frHM UMMie g4s ilie t in Hie fluent liand in enlles varieties and at Prices Lower Than Ever betwtl f in Mhs er any other oily in the Uiiieti ami remember We Will Not Be Undersold ty aty hi ttte html The ptiMie gen Â¬ erally are iivMel to im peet grinds anil priee Yow obedient fervant GEO H WILLGING Decorator m Paint and Paper -- 3t PioenCiwes mm NEW BUGGIES NEW PEffiTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES vary iMiert patterns They are for tale the mo 4 reMHlM- - terms Jf yo WNHt a Vfliiete eotHf and see Me and ytm wtMit R-- home wHIinut one 5- JOHN DONELSOX Ml My vehicles are all new aud of the dar 3Br- - t9 w w rr t 4 VTi r -- tl9BeLEXIHCTOWKY OPKY IJNIVEHSITY 5m D zmezs College in ike WorU I5tto- - nnJ Colli Jlcttal over all mltM ground again merely to demonstrate once more the truth that socialism is not the solution of the riddles wblcb have vexed man from the dawn of civ- Â¬ ilization It is a pitiful waste of human energy to thrash anew the straw that has already been again and again so thoroughly beaten that thero has not a grain of wheat been left clinging to the bare husks BOOTS SHOES Tho untrained mind Is always liable to fall into tho error of supposing that because a fact or a theory is now to it it is and COLLARS CUFFS most new to mankind of theono of the study ol important uses history Is to correct this natural misUmbrellas and Rubber Goods take In the painful zeal which earn Â¬ est souls feel to right all that may bo wrong or which may seem to bo wrong upon this complicated planet COME US thoy are almost inevitably led into this danger No man should dabble with the social and moral regeneration of tho race until ho has made himself at least tolorably familiar with tho ex- Â¬ periments of his predecessors and many a prophet would have been A Great Book Given sparod much fruitless and the world much mischievous preaching had he but takon tho precaution to assure Away himself that the revelation ho brought forward as new was not in reality an old and long disproved dream of tho theorist History must bo studied with a mind unprejudiced and willing to receive tho truth even although It demand the sacrifice of the dearest of theories It is usoloss to go to history with tho determined purpose to establish some cunningly devised scheme as It Is usoloss to go to nature to collect facts C to prove some theory framed before- Â¬ hand It must be examined more- Â¬ over as a record of human experience and not as a chroniclo of tho doings of unreal puppets playing their parts marlonotte llko upon tho stage History is not dates and wars and migra-Â¬ tions it is the record of human strug Â¬ gles to solve the riddle of existence The dilemma has been the samo throughout tho ages and it can only approach solution by tho bringing to-Â¬ gether the experiences of mankind and taking advantage of all that has WE CAHRY XONK BUTTHK been done before How often this principle is forgotten or disregarded no ono need be told who studied tho history of social and economic the Â¬ ories which perhaps afford the most and us our stock is not rue we are striking illustrations of tho sad results coutiuunlly reiiewine it and lier fure of such a course Clumsily handled nothing could bo more senseless than our Block it ALWAYS FRESH We the study of history rightly consid- Â¬ ered there is nothing moro impor- Â¬ tant nothing more pregnant with good I results Boston Courier hi H Fool ui Umm FBOM XJS Â¬ WE MAWMLE HATS GAPS valuable papers read during tho re- Â¬ cent International Congress of Med- Â¬ ical Jurisprudence was ono by the well known expert Harold P Brownon tho dangers of electrical distribution Mr Brown says that tho list of deaths from electric lighting numbers though in- Â¬ complete over 200 in tho past few years yet it must be borne in mind that not ono street in a hundred or ono building in a thousand is as yet lighted by electricity and moro than half tho house lighting now dono is the work of the continuous current used at a pressure that can not possi- Â¬ bly prove fatal Dangerous electrical systems are being rapidly Installed in all parts of the country and in tho interest of human life and health prompt action is Imperatively de Â¬ manded an the Subject Ono of the most interesting and Â¬ This warning from ono who is an authority on the subject of which ho treats is one that can not lightly be passed over It should bo hoard and AttD SEE WALLACE i RIGE r nnn heeded Tho remedy for electrical dangers is not to bo found in an indiscriminate burial of the wires Mr Brown says that burying tho wires is no protec-Â¬ tion unless you bury with them lights and motors Chicago has never had overhead elcctric llght wires and yet at least six men have been killed in that city by electricity The wires of tho telephone telegraph messenger service firo or burglar alarm etc while harmless In themselves cither above or below tho surface may be mado death dealing by the presence of a dangerous system of electric light or power If corporations aro permitted as at present to enmesh our cities with wires carrying death dealing cur-Â¬ rents currents which can escape and produce doath through any known in sulation it will cause tho adoption of laws hampering if not destroying all Â¬ BEST GOODS 1 BIT SellforCasb n 7 i i l i 1100 Iowca lt TVrlir pntplyr - wxtenre l Coinlrt m psffV yenr GOWNS FOR BUSY WOMEN Seem - orotcrvuiixuB4at rw r wllh oT-trtXli I roctioe Mrrran - n J t Exceedingly Low r -- -- u i RtfHrft Jl lrpHrliui u fo Ttiirtlc v wttnnr fr prv- 9 22 S KXnx Al G iV Yitrullon Eater lrr- - LrxioctonHjr - J mLlAMS0N CITY EXOINEEU Civil Engineer and Surveyor Harvoys wade fr Rallwayf Tiiru pikes RoNiiuayH ICstimatefi Kiven c-Faroi drainage Town lxtb lafil tiiT GENERAL LAND SURVEYS I ibc relra8et Special atUtilioncive amj pints of t ttMtgrapbieal frra mid oilier laud CorreSiiotid ene PoJicited with parties liitresteii iim jiiirrejra of binds lit mountfilnjcoun Uex of KeDluaky OfHce CI Hall BIclirgpndJKy tns -- 9- - im SCothera lUSKRI touhomunusuallt iBtrodoce our new Txok BIBLE BRILLIANTS J i UESIEV Toe greatest success xf the year and fomethtfH eolireW new in the booV line finest or Rtrral Quarto size fxji rwfer large trpe 3SO itluetratonnii 63 be sail far Eolilay Presents Those firjt in the fWW will reap aharvct Act qtAckor rou wiH mice it uft jagc s oftbem printrd in mat coioi rrta spce oolv i ja ffiioaeaads vill Hcac 1 FSTflRMS 6 rcsssss 51 Cincinnati Ohic HABHISON D MILliEB 109 to lie the Favorites The business women of New York are actively discussing the stylo of dress best suited to self supporting women With competition In evory lino daily growing keener they find TGive us one tiial and you will that they can not afford to bo ham- Â¬ pered by tholr clothos The woman be convinced who makes a success in any occupation is not the woman who is a bundle of HAGAN CUENAULT nerves An unyielding bodice which 9 prevents full deep breathing the high dog collar which is heating In sum Â¬ mer and which rasps tho neck all the year round tho absence or inaccessi- Â¬ bility of the pocket in whioh to carry For is yean at 37 Cowrt TTace now at the articles which business llfo re- Â¬ quires are sources of annoyance and nervous irritation It is not long since A rrfilur dMJ4 mA imTaMcd fkjMmuitS will rrmi U HMU ono of the largest working girls so- Â¬ GHRGNIC and SKXUAi cieties of the city adopted the blouso EASES and straight gathered skirt as Spormatorrlica cua Iinpotcacy tsc reM5t r ctf4e 1 yevtfc nU ei la ka Mrs Jen club dress for members r Kd tnrfwracr- cit rn f HueT tfc M ei ncss Miller the successful dress re- Â¬ bemkl KctltoMi fajflit rmi ivtac eCaetamabyirus DmsiT htfM Dmtor Sfb r rtj TcTkUa UficicUf fwutri aillHeM fwylMatfML former has among her costumes an Cwoftwtoa f Mau Urn mt ftftdtriaj eiul Fwcr Abt office dress for business women the mwlaft lawnpor r tthatr mt Urmpig It rei SYPKUjIS I principal features of which are a full OLXET Stricter OixiUi Hmn r kumnei Fedora vest front of surah ni- - ftl JerHUb trUercd prrial atltadoa short jaoket of fine wool and silk with pas It ta itfUM uut a straight Aw4m toivndiiMirf aiffi rj SJ4 tmttnc iwuitMtefkm tiw flj aootrei crcl rkyUa klMrnftW undraped skirt laid In wide box plaits rArtecte brtn jiLMrt FTOkiicaa LeacklfcitWr in front and gathered on to tho waist 4 2Uf fey amH r pN awlam Cores GTiDLTT ntood la all Cases behind Another dress is a modifica undertaken tion of the Dlreotolro gown with Beven Ctrc lOMuUe ul emfadeBe rtrk Cfcia34htA pockets almost as many as are owned PKIVATE COUKSELOU by that lucky creature the boy with wilp4fr1fc MpafM f tiraay his first pantaloons Four of these J 1 t t pockets are inserted in the vest one for tho watch one fora pencil two for car tickets and small change Under one of tho panels on the right Bide is a long pocket for the purse and handÂ¬ kerchief Two pockets for memorandum-book and card case are tucked away among tho rear draperies When tho owner has another dress made sho proposes to add an eighth pocket on the left side for keys and miscellaneous belongings Think of 6uch luxuries ye women who have no pockets Ut all and in const qtience our prices are Theloose Bloaio and Straight Skirt electrical industries The remedy according to Mr Brown and according to most other experts lies In restricting the use of dangerous currents It is now well established that a continuous current which flows steadily in one direction is in itself perfectly safe at least up to a pressure of 1400 to 1500 volts that devices already suggested would make its use reasonably safe in light and power systoms up to 8000 volts that an Interrupted or pulsating current is dangerous and that an alternatlngcur rcnt know by physicians as voltaic alternatives whoso impulses aro rap- Â¬ idly reversed in direction is deadly at a very low pressure This being the case electrical ex- Â¬ perts favor legislation prohibiting tho use of alternating or pulsating currents except under certain well defined re- Â¬ strictions The safe continuous current should be used whenever possi- Â¬ ble and when the use of tho othor and unsafe kinds is necessary the dangers thoy bring should bo guarded against by a system of rigid inspection These suggestions coming from such a source are especially valuable and should be studied by all our Â¬ law-make- rs jaecessary to legislate in reference To tho use of electricity and tho legisla- Â¬ tion that is enacted should be based on as thorough an understanding as possi- Â¬ ble of the scientific facts In tho case N Y Herald GLASS Manufacturer Explains an Easy Process for Amateur To write or draw on glass it is nec-Â¬ essary to impart to tho surface a cer- Â¬ tain degree of roughness This may be dono by grinding or etching but much more easily by ap- Â¬ plying some appropriate varnish A good matt varnish is made by dissolv- Â¬ ing in 2 ounces of othor 90 grms of sandarac and 20 grms mastic and addÂ¬ ing benzol J oz to 1 oz according to tho fineness of the matt required Tho gass may be heated after it is wet to insure a firm and even grain To render the glass again transparent after writing upon it apply with a brush a solution of sugar or gum aca- Â¬ cia Still better as a surface for writ- Â¬ ing or drawing is a varnish of sugar Dissovo equal parts of white and brown sugar in water to a thin sirup add acohol and apply to hot glass plates The film dries very rapidly and furnishes a surface on which it is perfectly easy to Vrite with pen or pencil The best ink to uso Is India ink with a little sugar added Tho drawing can be mado permanent by using a lac or mastic varnish Detroit News Mado to Feel at Home A It will undoubtedly soon becomo TO DRAW ON 3SSffctJsrStLiisisieti Ilj l r- -- Jfcxt Door to Pott Office IRVIE STREET jFurniture RepairiBg - but carry nmbrclla handkerchief thrco bundles and a baby in ono hand While you hold up your skirts open doors and pay fares with the other N Y Mall and Express p Is there any body hero who wants to see the mot with tho bad eye ho bellowed as he came into the bar room where the boyc wero discussing poli- Â¬ tics In an instant six revolvers were pulled Thats right boys he said be-Â¬ cause if you didnt want to see me I Judge was going right back home Persons who have been experi Â¬ menting gs to tho comparative value of trees in different localities are inÂ¬ clined to tho opinion that tho willow and the Norway spruce are the most valuable varieties for planting on tho vast plains of tho West for protection of ocops and howres against dftetructive -- AND XTPH O Dmm Pmrnptlr 1 1 E STY LI ISBB rN3CARPUS i Gire him a C - bushels of peanuts are consumed in this country every year They are grown chiefly in Virgina and North 000 It is estimated that at least 3200 AID IN aj Carolina although dueet a ore 9U Tesaeesee pre A PITH -- AND POINT SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY In the treatment of tumorsJby eleo- Human foresight often leaves ltd Inspector Jtyrnt Claims That a XUIef rlcity it has been pointed out that ex Â¬ proudest possessor only a choice of UIAIarfca on llim Carrie Come roind to tbahouso aud take treme care is necessary especially jwhon ovlls Wo go and fancy that every body dinner with me said Chtof Inspector negative electricity Is used According to Prof Thurston tho Is thinking of us but ho is not ho is Byrnes to mo U1JU day not very wMn a iriA f w xfe nrrt rriiAiva iiitfrtr a nh xtr rilJtln Anrrfnn rt w fntttfo j tlinf like us thinking of himself Charles on the labia and youll bo moro thanm atflycao bo made to workupatonco Readc to high temperature and to high presswelcome Watch tho man who tolls you how The inspector lives in an unpreten- Â¬ ures and can bo made at tho samo honest hols Tho man who is really time to develop Its powers inlEosmblfc tious but handsome brown stone resi- Â¬ honest is not competed to toll of It him dence on West Ninth street He has a est and lightest engine Bolt A French manufacturing firm has charming family consisting of a wifo Whon tho wifo or husband listens patented an alloy ot steel with two to and several daughters and no happier to gossip about each other tho tempter household exists in tho eity After an four per cent of copper It is more has been encouraged and tho end is not admlrablyisorvcd dinner overwhlch f dasycanQ maUeaDletnan simple steel andsapahle of a far creator resistance far off San Francisco Evening Post innAniifnv Mr Kmu n ni Wo aro much deceived whon wo lady presided with charming courtesy II ls intended for cannon armor plates fancy that wo can do without the world wm prujrcmos the inspector Itehted his cisrar and In Some experiments lately mado at and still moro so whon wo presume that tho conversation which followed told me many interesting facts concerning tho Royal Poly teohnlc school at Mun ich tho world can not do without us It is a mistake to paint sin too al- Â¬ his calling mainly in answer to my show that tho strength of oamol hair It makes young questions and among other things tho bolting reaches 6315 pounds per squaro luring and attractive inch whiio that of ordinary belting people want some As amattor of fact following How Is it said I that roputablo ranges between 2280 and 5260 pounds sin is ugly and full of misery and pain women somotlmes women of wealth per squaro inch Tho camel hair belt no matter how It may bo colored or sugar coated N O Picayune and position are sometimes arrested is unaffected by acids Out of 106 persons treated within by privato detectives for stealing Good service ls prompt service goods of trifling value from dry goods a period of eleven months at tho Pas It ceases to bo a favor when ho upon houses and othor stores Is it not a tour Institute at Rio do Janeiro only whom the servico is conferred has lost fact that an honest man or woman can ono died and that ono had neglected in patience and hope deferred what he always or nearly always bo distin- Â¬ to follow the treatmont 03 directed In might havo bestowed in love and grati-Â¬ guished from the woll drossed accom- Â¬ sixty two of these cases tho dog by tude which tho pationt was bitten was un plished thief A young man who never earned a The inspector puffed vigorously on fauostlonably mad in the others it was dollar inheriting a fortune will often impossible to detormino positively tho his cigar a moment and after he had fool away more within six months than blown the blue rings away said with dogs condition Ordinary filters oven if satisfac- his fathor spent neodlossly in forty considerable deliberation years Give opportunities for honest Yes I belle vo tho last to bo truo tory as strainers fall to remove all earning money ho knows It undoubtedly Is true Many of tho bacteria from drinking water So far labor till by it from lessoning tho number in tho the worth of arrests to which you refor aro entirely friend Whon you aro unwarranted A detective who can original water tho filtering substanco whose notions puzzlojudging a whoso you but not distinguish the difference between may allow a moro rapid multiplication remember a lady who by sheer inadvertence than theso micro organisms would motives you can not see oviL no It Is absence of mind or carelessness has ordinarily undergo in the unfilterod that Charity thlnkoth water on standing and tho germs of a blessed thing habitually to put the appropriated an article and I of have known of such cases and a disease even If hold back by tho filter- Â¬ best construction on tho behavior woman who makes it her business ing substanco may be harbored In all others Peter Malcom a Scotch sailor fell to steal well such a detective does filters It appears that though tho first overboard in tho Indian Ocean five not possess tho proper qualifications attempts at cultivating the American hundred milos from land He was re-Â¬ for his work But raroly is thero an cotton throe in Central Asia provod ported drowned but aftor two years excuse for it at alL There ls always something that distinguishes the thief unsuccessful a now attempt mado bobbed un to claim a 40000 legacy since 1831 under tho leadership floating two from tho honest man or woman It is ot the Tashkent modol farm and with and to report that aftorby a Russian days ho was picked up hard sometimes to say just what that seods taken from America has something Is but It ls always there to bo a real success In 1837 proved vessol and carried around tho world there Wo may try to olevato ourselves and tho detective and oven tho ordino nary police ofllcer should be ablo to were crop less than 38700 acres under by depreciating others and for a time In Turkestan and in the fol- Â¬ that detect it I suppose tho quality to lowing year the area was trebled seem to succeed but the end of such a practico is bitterness Tho rose does which I refer is in its ossonce the The crop of 1887 was ostlmated at not secure Its pre eminence by calling self consciousness of innocence which 68000 cwts of raw cotton tho elm little but by making tho most tho Almlghtyhos intended for tho proTho oxistenco of libraries and of itself according to its nature and tection of tho gulltloss schools before the exodus was shown by In tho first place continued Mr a report at a recent meeting of the Vic- Â¬ opportunity United Prosbytorian Byrnes the conscious thief Is invari- toria Institute in London Profossor He that is habituated to deceptions ably furtive in his or her glanco and Sayer by porsonal invostigatioa of an- Â¬ and artificialities in trifles will try in more or less nervous in movement cient tablets andlnscriptionsfound that vain to bo true in matters of imporAccomplished thieves especially wom- Â¬ In the fifteenth century before our ora tance for truth is a thing of habit en aro ablo to assume a veneering so actlvo literary intercourse was going rather than of wilL You can not in to speak of innocence but it is a on throughout tho civilized world of any given case by any sudden and moral Impossibility for them to suc- Â¬ wostorn Asia between Babylon and single effort will to be true if tho cessfully counterfeit it for any length Egypt and the smaller States of Pales- Â¬ habit of your life has been insincore of time If put to any proper tost F W Robortson tine of Syria of Mesopotamia and Take a thief In a crowd tho de- Â¬ evonbf eastern Cappadocia This In- Â¬ A courteous man always predis- Â¬ tective continued warming to his sub- Â¬ tercourse was carried on by means of poses pcoplo In his favor ho creates ject ho Invariably gives himself tho Babylonian language and tho comeverywhere an agreeable impression away to tho experienced eye An plicated Babylonian makes people willing to servo and script honest man plungos along the street Thoro is but littlo doubt that anxious to help him Many a man of and doesnt care much whether he aluminum is destined to bo the metal vory ordinary mental force has runs into somebody elso or not so of tho future and will displace Iron achieved striking success in business long as ho doos not got hurt himsolf and steel as surely as oleetricity is dis- Â¬ simply because of the kindliness of his or hurt tho other man provided ho is placing gas and steam Aluminum ex- Â¬ spirit and the courtesy of his manner polltn and considerate of course He ists wherever there is a clay bank Honesty and ability without courtesy swings along his eyes straight ahoad Formerly the cost of reducing it to lose a good deal of their effectiveness bent on getting to his destination as metallic form was excessive but now in ovory day business life Christian soon as possible if ho is In a hurry the electric current is utilized In its Union If ho is not and wants to tako thing3 production which is daily being A SAINT OF FASHION easy ho doesnt caro how long ho effected at a cheaper rate Aluminum stops on a corner or how sharply tho is a soft white metal whioh nover rusts She Was Tried Bat St Peter Did Not Find officer across tho way may bo eyeing It is little more than one third tho Uer Wanting him He is conscious of no wrong Â¬ weight of Iron and combining well Pleaso lot Tho applicant timidly doing or wrong intent and he shows it with other metals It becomes when mo in On tho othor hand the crook Is alloyed with copper harder than steel St Peter opening tho gato Who in constant foar of approhonslon and are you Somo novel processes in the manuto save his life ho cant holp showing facture of paper havo been suggestod Applicant A tailor made girl it Even when ho is not out for busi- Â¬ and it is ascertained by experiments in St Peter half shutting It Did you ness ho manifests by his furtive air this direction that the strength of paper belong to the Four Hundred his glancing suspicious eye his gen Â¬ Is materially increased by the employApplicant reluctantly Yes eral manner of being watohed and ment of soa weeds which form with St Potor shutting it a littlo moro under surveillance that his conscionco water cortain kinds of them in par- Â¬ Rich and beautiful is not clear and that ho fears that ho ticular glutinous liquids rosin soup Applicant still moro roluctantly may be pounced upon at any moment and aluminous cake or compound may So tho papers said by tho officers of tho law Of courso also be advantageously added under St Peter leaving only a crack it takes somo experience to detect tho cortain circumstances Experiments Hm how camo you here visible signs of a crook but they aro also show that a very bright surface Applicant A sudden cold and pneu- Â¬ nearly always there to bo road by tho may be given to paper by the following monia observant eye and evory competent simple method A very concentrated St Peter Yos I know I suppose police officor should have such an eyo cold solution of salt is mixed with dex Â¬ you took cold at a ball Applicant No at a charity fair tho A thief nevor crowds his way trine and a thin coating of tho fluid boldly into a crowd Ho never pushes laid on tho surface ot the paper by flower tablo was in a draught and struggles to got a good position means of a soft broad brush and it is St Peter Why didnt you leave Applicant Oh I could not I had from which to viow a strcot parade then allowed to dry Tho most desir Â¬ Of course two or threo able salU for this purpose aro sulphate promised to serve for instance and St Peter opening tho gato a hands thieves may crowd and jostle in a street of tin sulphato of magnesia car but thoy always get oil the car acetate of soda and size pape- - is also breadth You wero vory extravagant essential mighty quick I suppose No I tell you concluded tho In- Â¬ Applicant slowly I spent a good A HEALTHFUL DIET spector a genuine thief can not hide deal of money but wo were rich and his colors if you only know where to Fruit a Perfect Food In Summer as Well papa said it was a goqd thing to keep as Winter N X Star look for them money going Some people are afraid to eat fruit as St Peter absent mindedly thinking that fruit and diarrhoea aro your papa been canonized COURAGEOUS WOMEN But I di- Â¬ Â¬ always associated whon if they undergress To return sternly of courso AFew ol Those Engaged In Pioneer Works stood tho true cause of tho diarrhoea you oppressed tho poor needle worker in Africa would know that it was caused by and put off paying tho lovely starving It is not a littlo surprising that bo they Â¬ many white women are now venturing eating meat In hot wcathor meat pu seamstress Whllo you trailed through into tho heart of Africa half way trefies very quickly and during this tho mazy dance the silken robe Into across tho big continent The Sun re- Â¬ process alkaloids are formed which are every seam of which sho had stitched ported that several female missionaries very poisonous acting as emetics and her womans heart or words to that had left England to scttlo among tho purgatives Tis truo that fruit eaten effect Oh no Applicant wonderingly dwarf and cannibal tribes of the Balolo green or between meals will interfere Indeed Llko many othor girls In my country on tho Congo tributaries near Â¬ with digestion and cause bowel troubles ly a thousand miles from the sea but use fruit that is perfectly ripe at set I havo successfully established bonoflcial results moro than ono skillful but unrecog-Â¬ Three other ladies are now following meal time and only nized neodlo woman by giving them Mr Arnot and his wifo to tho Garen will follow Acids prevent calcareous degenera- Â¬ right and left whom I ganzo country a littlo northwest of bonos elastic as well work and tolling tions keeping tho Lake Bangweolo Thoy will have to as preventing the accumulation of employod bo carried In hammocks for hundreds St Peter showing his head now in eaithly matters This is because of tho Did you evor go to of miles before thoy reach their future solvent powerofthe acids but manufact-Â¬ tho opening home which has thus far been visited ured acids are not harmless as are those church on a rainy Sunday Applicant Oh yes always rain or only by Reichard Ivcns Arnot and his which nature has prepared for us in Bhlne two associates tho various kinds of fruit Fruit is a But while it is only recently that perfect food when fully ripe but if It St Peter suddenly suspicious Did you ovor write a modern sooloty novel Cen- Â¬ white women have begun to go to daily use from youth to ago wero in Applicant No I nevor did I was tral Africa with a viow to llvingthoro there would be less gout gall stones quite a number of ladies braved its and stono in tho bladder Stowed apÂ¬ not vory wise you know St Peter Hm Its not wisdom that fovcrs and jungles whllo explorers ples pears and plum3 are favorite ar- Â¬ Can you recall any goes into them were unfolding tho mysteries of tho ticles of diet For breakfast or lunch Dark Continent Lady Baker was with con In tho dining room or in tho nur- Â¬ special acts of goodness on your part thoughtfully I kopt Applicant her husband when he discovered sery there aro few tablo dishes moro Albert Nyanza Miss Tinnos mother wholesome and moro dolicious than awake half ono night once whllo an died in her arms among the swamps of well stewed fruit served up with cream ongaged girl was telling mo about her fiance the Bahr el Ghazal and her poorDutch or custard St Peter That was kind maid perished there also exclaiming Thero are many persons however Applicant I always kopt my danc- Â¬ O why who can not eat it on account either of almost with her last breath Mrs acidity of the fruit or the excess of ing engagements ovon whon the best did I leave our own Holland Prlnglo and several othor ladies havo sugar nocessary to make it palatable man asked me last St Peter That was unusual cer- Â¬ traveled in canoes for hundreds of Sugar doos not of course counteract miles up tho Zambesi and Shiro rivers acidity it only disguises it and its uso tainly Applicant And nt collego balls I to tho Alpine district of Lako Nyassa in largo quantities is calculated to re-Â¬ Mrs Horo who lived for somo years tard digestion The housewife may used to affect real Interest In what the on an Island In Lako Tanganyika is therefore be gratoful for the reminder seniors wero saying to me St Peter who had been gradually tho only whito woman who has yet that a pinch a very small pinch of Wo neednt seen that remarkable sheet ot water carbonate of soda sprinkled over tho widening the opening Mrs Holub has seen tho thorniest sldo fruit previously to cooking will savo go much further Wero you engaged of African travel for she was with her sugar and will roador the dish at once to be married Applicant Yes husband when ho was robbed of all his moro palatable and moro wholesome St Potor Englishman I suppose belongings and together thoy wan Â¬ Medical Classics Applicant No an American Iro dered for weeks almost dead from Attempted Suicide a Crime fnsud an Englishman though hunger and fatigue before they St Poter Ah He was a commoner reached a place of safety Mrs Liv Â¬ A recent report of the Now York ingstone died while traveling with her Board of Health furnishes tome facts I suppose Applicant No ho was Duke husband on his second great journey of interest as to the number of suioides St Peter gasping What you rc Whito women have certainly had their in that city since September 1SS1 full sharo of tho hardships and suffer- Â¬ when tho law wont into force making fupo an English peer Applicant I did not lovq him ings of pioneer work in Africa N Y an attempt at suicide a crimcv Prior St Peter throwing the gate wide Sun to that date the number of suicides in My dear walk right in Tho New York vva3at the annual rate of open A singular incident- - is reported 144 to a million of inhabitants During next young woman from the sldo from Florida On an island in Lake the last eight years the number has not stroota who cornea up here will have to Wier near Ocala two very largo oak increased although the population has make a good showing to get by Life trees that had stood sentinel watch been steadily Increasing While tho The Meanest Man on Record upon the Island for centuries perhaps number of suicides by tho uso of fire- Â¬ Husband kindly My dear you had so grown together at tho ground arms has decreased there has been a as to become almost one tree This contemporaneous increase In the num-Â¬ havo nothing decant to wear have dual treo had previously been dead ber of deaths by poison This in youf Wife with alacrity No indeed I oned and later on a few months ago dicates a predetermination on the part was fired and burned and then In tho of those in whom tho suicidal mania havent not a thing Pd bo ashamed My very newest ashes a strange discovery was made wa3 most strongly pronounced that to bo seen anywhere tho skeleton of a man and a pair of there must be no chance of failure tho party dress has boon worn three times silver riding spurs The bones crum Â¬ thought being that such failure might already Â¬ Husband Ye3 thats just what I bled at the touch but the spurs wero subject them to the punishment pro Â¬ bright and perlect How long the per- Â¬ scribed by tho penal code It is a sig- told Bllfkius whon he offered me two of those who have son whose remains wore thus cremated nificant fact that during the last eight ticket for the opera for to night I committed suicide had lain within this sepulcher and years two 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grounds and scenic attractions of Co cr Express Trains are equipped with everymodera impro u Its Vestibule safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjo that can add toclose They also make connections at terminal cities in Colorado lin L -Depots with tho Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union rac r Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies oftbe Western Tr-Issued monthly or further desired information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN GeneraJ Uaaajcr GaalTbketFaTA C3HICAGO 111 BRYANT STRATTON Business College IT Book Kerplna Short Hand Tetegraphu ca Write for Catalogue and full Information In W fI11fti J J I O V IlaLaELalYls A D 3feS5g OUI RUFF 27IS t rOvvrwrot TyjPx o- - SJSC i - SgSggSpj asma iprAi C5 jwjrvpii- - wjumofo ware r SJr tSvyy tw y rl 5rl P rs- - - K MILES THE SHORTEST B8TWBBN 8 Hours the Quickest DEALER IN Cinciuirali aid New Ork is TEtfJB 27 HOURS ENTIRE TRAR5 BAGUARE CAKS DAY CO ACHE AND SLEEPS Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and flated warp etc 8pecial attention given to JOTTING AJfD OTfcTER DIAMONDS PRECIOUS STONE8 - Run Through Without Change EWSIJiLES THE SHORTEST w rr ttAhtc AkVWAtJ TUfa AJVA4S mtnB rTirT1 ST RSSFAIRISTOPromptly SsWWKKN - Icincinnati Jacksonville 28 HOURS Floridt dune and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Goli and SilYer-- The Only Line Running i usb SleepnsOsirsriHeinnaii to JarK Bonyille WIUhhiI Cliwge tSf Dont forget lo lite Post oClce jan4 If C the place next door Richmond Ky THE SHOUT buiCXA2OQGA - L1XE TO y FBOJtJWOTIOX cm - y T WELLS F B CARR- - BIRMlNGHAai SffiftlDIAN XSSKSON - G I WELLS GO r- Clo - v VIUKSBtm MOBILE- TiuOih ConrtefitJwT Made at New Of leaijs HjTCk QHUhern P nno amt TojjttS Paeiflc ff Texas Mexico 12 California I- m Only a quare from the Court house You dont liave to send away- - out to Direct CeafteoJkB Made at Hhrveport the depot Wlllr Tfjca and Perle IJ - wiikeHt Transfer for Tom JToeni Tasas Mexico California Heuricyjfeker flnm any otner CodSfedto anMo- and the Wst Soft Goal and Anthracite Nut ami Lamp -- Fer Rates CaL Kow open at Myers old lumber 5ani next to Second Prt sbytertai eKUMfa Quickset delivery lit town prices Try m IT- 0 TOLLS 98- TrvfeaAitChttanooga if CiHdSSATL O e a Maws FRANK W WOOLLYAJ Traw JPaaa ArL Lexington - CS BARRETT Lwt - iLx r vv f JrX S Z1 at Waco Dick Koland from down in the west ern part of the county went out to Waco TdN ESP AY NOV 6 1SS9 the other day and having his tank stored with benzine nitroglycerine and other Sec it explosives drew a Veei column supplement pistol as long as a jInday wssastow Court day gener fence rail and proceeded to shoot indiscriminately at every thing in sight Mr James Oldham and others pulled him prettier weather in IVho c cr saw brought htm to town and had him locked up lie was tried before Judge Chenault 6e -- bcr Bj v at cattle seem to be gemg at 4 and given ten days in jail and a 25 fine a light sentence t c county - rrt a Waco to night Everybody -Street Cars F v v should attend On Thursday night of last week the -- i henault have a word with Richmond Street Railway Co met at the law office of Hon John Bennett The ritehere in this Usee in thU meeting was a preliminary one for the z wrcele en public sate purpose of effecting a temporary organi- Â¬ tlie month of October zation Mr John Bennett was made are the joy of President and W G White Secretary j- - a ao and a gJH Mtiions honoehoM at College Committees were appointed to get esti mates and report at an early day Should L Price hereby warns aH the report of estimates of cost etc be fav- Â¬ IM- - to trespass en hit lands orable books will be opened for subscrip Â¬ tions to stock at once It is to be hoped that the enterprise will be pushed to an Gentry was eighty I mmie early dompletktn d yesterday and k as live The Eps as a cricket Friday night November 8th the icr J R BuaMm wHI sett a c -J near the Pond church to- - Epiphyltidian Societies will have an open c 11 session in the chapel of Central Universi Â¬ ate of Waller vs Gentry ty Declarations by Tribble Hobson li and R Kanatzar execu and Chenault Oration Cox S S D Kanatzar wilt selt pnb Essay Parrisli Debate Dobbs and Bed rdav November lOth all ieger affirmative Broneton and Jackson c i land negative T A Van Lear President Ilium display at the First Green Clay Secretary Exercises begin at 8 oclock No ad- Â¬ 1 church to day and number of beautifal varie- - mittance during a declaration oration or Â¬ Â¬ H n f A LIUEL SUIT SETTLED w w y ff yprJ HE CLIMAX ic -- Â¬ r n - Methodist church this place dedicated th- - new church at Oddville Sunday The protracted meeting at Pond generally conductid by Rev W S Willis of NewMrs Alice Oldham has returned to her castle aud Rev B C Hagennan closed home in Texas after a visit ot several yesterday with eleven additions weeks to her parents Mr and Mrs T The Baptists of Nashville are getting S Bronston this place - ice essay up a memorial to the Baptists of America 95 The open session of the PhHaletheans Mr James Proctor and Mrs Ayres of to rake funds for the purpose of - asmm of C U Preparatory 400 was marred by the weather Baptist University in that city Missouri Messrs Cassius Wm and - i now complete and the 170 Crooke of Pine Hill attended the burial Rev II Allen Tupper who has just and improving 11 ng on muscle Tlie Tales Creek Baptist Association 1C0 -ANt of Jabez R Crooke Sunday - and action in grand style given 500 to the endowment fund of the 430 The minutes of this Association for Mr Wm Mellon has returned from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 3 70 Eubank who lived m the the last meeting held with Liberty church M California After visiting twelve States he is worth perhaps 100000 made princi- Â¬ ONLY BABY GIUAFFK EVER BORN IX of this county years ago in Garrard county have been printed is of the opinion that Kentucky is the pally in Birmingham speculations CAPTIVITY 1 vu It is one of the oldest Associations in RICHMOND IRVINE XItfttl IlCH II XllllULASVIliLE the Cotmty Judges daugh- finest country he has ever seen Howard Henderson formerly Dr Engiiite fug News 510 On Thursday Nov 14th 1889 AND BEATTYVILLE RAILROAD It embraces 23 churclics ke Mo recently and was the State 1 55 Viney Fork Kirksville Formans Chapel Euglish Illustrated Magazine Dr W B Pigg was here Monday from Superintendent of Public Instruction of The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Kentucky but now pastor of the Trinity soys S 45 I will sell poblieiy all my personal Richmond Waco Gilead Hays Fork that phenomenal English town Middles Extract from the Estill county Ky Epoch property entieietiBg of There i joy at the Zoo Boggs will on Thursday Friendship Tates Creek Silver Creek Evangelist borough and looks more like a Blarsted M E church Cincinnati is about to - 230 c order of submission The long expected sensation has at li sell publicly beginning and Red Lick in Madison county Liber- Â¬ Henglishman than any man in that publish a book on Ethics of the Pulpit 220 HORSES CATTLE HOGS CROP and to charge not exceeding Expositor 1 is entire personal property It is really a manual of etiquette for Inst materialized ty Carters Chapel Mt Tabor Union town a 100 and Farming Implements aud rettt three cents per mile fur hauling coal Engineer The only giraffe ever born in captivi from nn j point along its line to any Fusliion Bazar stock crop implements c preachers of the protestant church generand Freedom in Garrard county Scaffold 2 45 out my eorii land for the year 1900 Captain Walsh and bride nee Bowen - corn land See ad ally It will give the form of church ty first saw light at 10 oclock Sunday depot in Estill county and not to dis- Â¬ Fireside Companion Cane and New Hope in Rockcastle I -245 came up last evening They will board ceremonies suggestions for pastoral visits morning in the winter quarters of the criminate against freight shipped to or Fortnightly Review Crab Orchard Stanford Tyrone Drakes 4 00 the man who oni Federas Messrs A B Shawv of the Big Four with J E Watson on Pleasant street etc and will contain about giratles and elephants at the Z Milogical from any depot in Estill county Creek and Logans Creek in Lincoln 150 pages a e Oril HI XF will be a pleasant addition to our J Robertss house and was T They Dr Henderson is one of the most ener- Garden9 It is an evput that has been Viney Fork is the oldest church in the and Geo D Maxfield of the M K 3 45 Extract from the Jessamine county Frank Leslies Illustrated -society Paris KentucklanCitizen Lmtentiary writes to Sheriff standard bred safe for family ttrtrtug getic of men and is bound to be doing awaiteil with intense Interest not only order of submission ic Association having been established in were here last week seeking emigrants 280 Work Horses Frank Leslies Monthly Jews and Oalv j wa badly shot up on the and other passengers for their excellent by the Zoo management but by people Mr E C Boggs after a stay of eight something in addition to his regular 1784 It is situated near Speedwell and when said railroad com- Â¬ Godeya Ladys Book - 155 Work Oxen Heifers ami YsarUHg lie attempted to escape weeks at the Commercial College of Ken work It is no wonder therefore that interested in zoology abroad pirticu pany has caused covenant signed by Graphic The next oldest is Crab Orchard estab- Â¬ lines 160 steers My hirly in the gardens of Berlin Paris solvent parlies whose solvency shall Guide de la Mode lished in 1791 Its centennial occurs next The quantity of railroad stuff that has tucky University Lexington received he has again strayed into authorship 505 M I on an Italian laborer on the London and Hamburg year Next is Freedom in Garrard coun- gone cast through Richmond the past his deploma and returned home last week Jessamine Journal be satisfactory to the County Judge of Harpers Bazar - 320 POLAND CHINA HOGS B in the town camp feW S Thirteen years ago the Zoo bought Jessamine county to be entered into Harpers Monthly Magazine 1S00 then Drakes Creik in Lincoln week indicates that well nigh all the a thorough and systematic accountant 300 are too well known for eommont The negro A Chicago telegram says Jai of heart failure The ty at Hamburg a pair of young giraffes with said county agreeing to purchase Harpers Weekly county 1S01 Red Lick i Madison force west of Richmond has been trans320 Will sell all my Turkeys Daeks A Judge Thos C Bel of Harrodsburg question was the principal theme for dis- Superintendent 1 f buried in the cemetery Stephens then head one half of said stock at 1802 B Liberty in Garrard 1S04 Tates ferred to that part of the R N I - 170 He is a candidate cussion in the meeting of the American was here this week au7 time Harpers Young People tee a mfe and three children in keeper was told that if he kept them within thirty dajs after the expiration Illustrated Days Doings Creek in Madison 1S17 Hays Fork between Richmond and Beattyville 3 55 for Judge of the Superior Court with Missionary Society to day Several papers BUT alive and well for six months the of two years fiom the completion of Iron Ageako in Madison 1S19 455 in the field ami erib 2W TONS HAY He is a were read the most interesting of which Col Hardiman conductor of the Fal- strong probabilities of election directors would he satisfied with the said road to Nicholusville x of Speedwell Madison coun The largest membership is that of mouth accommodation train of the Ken- Â¬ fine lawyer and a good man every way and the Journalist 355 in the stack OATS in the staek was one by Col J M Keating of Mempurchase They have not mi seil a remaining one half at any time within Judge will rent all At the o to Montana seven months Liberty 255 ItT but Tates Creek comes tucky Central Railroad met with a serious disfranchise340 corn land same time Hrst ela iaml my no Mr Wm Walker of Cincinnati for Â¬ phis Col Keating said that it being They attained thirty days after the expiration of one feed for thirteen years a7t3 xaic on lands but didnt like it close with 252 Richmond has 132 The accident at Falmouth While trying to 3 55 better in the county on the pike in suffrage is was impossible that merly of this county was here this week ment their full growth ab nit four years ago yeur after the completion of said road Library Journal Ba J nz Monday en route with his oldest church Viney Fork has 72 The ce 500 sight of Richmond necessary to the protection of the negro board a special train at that point he Abe Linr old Kentucky horn f- cParis smallest k that of Friendship 33 The stumbled and fell under the wheels putting in some orders for clothing The Deportation he says is utterly impossi The mule was chrlstiued to a mint near Beattyville at the price Life 400 Terms easy and made known oti last trip before this he sold 2000 worth coln He is known throughout this Kc- k - c itizen total membership is 2701 20 day ot sale which ran over hi right arm cutting it in Richmond One year he sold 16000 ble for if the colored people departed it country aud Europe as the largest of thirty cents on the dollar being LIppincottd Magazine Sale to begin promptly at 1 oclock For the 23 churches there are ten pas- off below the elbow The injured man forty five thousand dollars for the en- Littells Living Age 730 would be greatly against the interest of the worth in Richmond girafle ever held in captivity With tire stock c J H BOGGK Hill Get Well tors 270 Macmillaua Magazine South The thing to be done is to let the was taken to his home in Covington 21 24 Z E Bush Auctioneer his head erect he towers eighteen feet V agers the Democratic mm- Messrs E H Palmer L Schlegel G There are 1 1 Sunday schools with 663 railroad company agrees Magazine ot American History 7ih Said 430 negro alone give him his right his educa Tracklaying this week has been pro B Turley Sant Oldham P Smith and tion and christianization A vote of above the ground 2 er of Madison county was scholars Crab Orchard leading the list with the county of Jessamine to trans- Magazine of Art 290 The female Daisy is about twelve port coal to any depot on its line in door on lust Thursday and wkh 225 Stanford lias 112 and Rich- Â¬ gressing satisfactorily on the Kentucky Joe Embry have returned from Cumber- Â¬ thanks was tendered Col Keating by the 340 I if Oreeeeee eeeea C In is now better and will mond So Viney Fork has 30 Waco 40 Midland Railroad and it is now believed land River near Barbourville where they association and the Committee on Print Â¬ iuehrs below the niBJ stic height of her Jessamine county from any point along Musical Courier 330 that trains w ill be running over that line caught a fair to midlin quantity of fish and ing was instructed to have papers distrib liege Icrd anil she is the tallest aiiim il its route at a rate not exceeding TtK trouble was a stubborn and Silver Creek 50 290 of her sex on exhibit ion yesterday three cents er buMiel and to transport National Editoriul Journalist The pastor with the greatest number of to Paris by December 1st A number of killed bushels of birds 120 uted throughout the South she was the proudest loo as she look- Â¬ lumber from any point on its line to is Rev L P Johnson who has Italians wlio had been at work on the churches 545 Giunchigliani of the confecMr Joe A Danville telegram of the 31st says High trtaHl Ho s ed down with her great soft beautiful any rMd have left to work on the Richmond four Mr Blake is next with three county at a New Princeton Review station in 265 Co returned The first annual meeting of the Ladies tionery firm of S Dinelli bouts public sale of Poland ees on her offspring the only one and Beattyville road the grading being 400 Nineteenth Century on Wednesday from Lucca Italy and Parsonage Society of the Methodist church ever born in America while her gimit rate not exceeding six cents per hun - Rush county Indiana 105 The Chribtian Church Hume at Louisville about finished between Georgetown and brought with him his beautiful wife South adjourned to night after a session husband tenderly looked over the high dred pounds and further agrees that North American Review Miss Embry a native of Madison Paris aT average of 6433 One Paiis Kcntuckian They have taken of two da s This organization lias for partition tint sepirated them and there shall be no discrimination Petersoiid Magazine nee Mile Palmira pit for 390 another of county is well remembered here The against freights destined o or origi Political Science An elegant stcci engraving entitled the rooms at Mr J D Dkess its object the building of parsonages in gently licked her face Kenluckian Citizen says Tire lor oo A eariing boar Paris uatiug at any point in Jessamine Police News God6 Gateway of the Garden of the destitute regions and aiding tlie construcD M Bright Esq was in Louisville Latkk The kid has died Orphans Home at Louisville Ky under g Tecumcoii sold for 625 It Police Gazette has been published and is being sent for Friday night and saw the Three Ameri- tion of churches In the former work tlie Bngss boar is a newhew of the auspices of the Christian churches of 4 30 Popular Science Monthly- LoiusviMK Nkw Albany 25 cents a remarkable low cost by John cas delegates women have assumed complete control in TIIAXKSUIVIXU DAY He says they were royally this State of which we made a short j Chicago Uy 6 95 Portfolio Sebastian Gen Ticket Agent Chicago Â¬ notice It was our pleasure by invitation Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Chica- Â¬ received and will doubtless not forget the the church economy Permanent organOllice Vice lres Gen Maur r Pottery and Glassware Reporter 3 25 Ctwrt Daj ization was entered into and the officers By the President of the United t Adams Express Building Falls City wlcn they get home and talk of that noble christian lady Miss Bettie 400 Puck go The noble grandeur of the En- Â¬ elected for this and the entiling 3 ear States A highly Chicago III Nov 2 18S0 J Proclamation r Z E Bush reports Large Embrv to visit the Home while in the over their great tour to their countrymen Pulpit 205 trance to the Garden of the Gods is To night the Rev John R Deering of favored people mindful of their de- Â¬ but very dull day W Sthie Eq PreimleM li X The building is a sub 150 city last week Col Thomas G Poore of Frankfort 180 Pecks Sun favorite tlieme of poet and painter Lexington addressed the gathering pendence on the bounty of Divine B 11 12 Cu Louisvife Ky 1 market very common 5 stantial one and large enough for the the 3 70 The outer parapets are of pure white candidate for Clerk of the Court of Ap then it adjourned Lexington has been Providence should seek fitting eccasion this day written Quarterly Review DkakSIK I have sen 110 45 to 15 high present number of children they are ac270 while the interior columns spring boldly peals was mixing with the people here selected to be the next place of meeting to testify gratitude and nscriba pralie to Mr Clay the following letter St Nicholas cents commodating The Superintendent tells S50 pounds 2 k last week He is one of the foremost The delegates present are from the plain to a height of 350 feet Misses Sue to Him who is the author of their Yours of Out StHli enclosing u printed J common cattle fry afflJRr 10 per us that they are in debt about 7000 on 3 00 the whole suggesting the ruins of a vast men in the race and the man who beats and Belle Bennett of Richmond Miss many bleseiugs It behooves us then QUfdSffjU slip headed Two tilt liens isjusl re Scientific AiuerhxiH v broke mule 0 to 440 the Home The homeless chrildren are The State Sarah Hughes of Covington Mrs W to look back with thankful hearts over 265 temple Tliese towering walls form a him will be the lucky man ceived We also received by the same bcriUiers Mauzlue or 8 plain horses 75 to supported by voluntary donations from -3 3u FLAVOR Spectator majestic frame work for the snow cap Central and Executive Committee meet in F Howe Miss IJa the past year and ble3 God for his in Â¬ mail a copy of the order by which of Carrollton the friends of the Home It would be 3 55 ped summit of Pikes Peak which reveals Lexington to day to fix a day for the State Howard of Carlisle Mrs L A Sawyer finite mercy in vouchsafing to our laud Madison county subscribed for stock in Texas Sittings welt for the friends of this institution and Lf inforcesteHts Tee Late 470 itself among the clouds in the far distance Con ention to nominate a candidate of London Mrs M K Carter of Louk enduring peace to our people freedom the R N I U It It Our compuiy Turf Field and Farm the churches of Kentucky to provide for 2 70 Wallaces Monthly- S P Stapp and II E from pestilence aud famine to our was furnished Dr A W Johnstone of Danville who ville Mesdames with a type written js a colored woman tried for this debt and place the Home 6n a solid Capt W H Spradlin has gotten his Waverley Magazine - 3 70 ure a pension for the services basis Give them means to enlarge the engineering corp in good shape and they is well known here was one of the Evans of Stanford Mrs W S Hol- husbandmen abundant harvests and copy of this order some time ago Tlie 370 combe of Eastwood Mks Kate Petey of to them that labor 11 rtoompeuse for clause in regard to lrelghts to which Westminster Review- ceased husband wno was a buildings so that they can accommodate are Vorking like Turks going to their groomsmen at the Logan Croxton wed260 Mrs Emma Litsey of Har- Â¬ their toil Iter Finally the pension mon- - the orphans that naturally belong to the duty at 7 A m and not returning till ding Paris last week Miss Lee Crox Shelbyville you call attention we regard as perfect Â¬ Womans Journnl 3 20 Now therefore I Benjamin Harri ly fair both to the county and to the Young Ladies Journal Sroo the other day but the churches of the State Send sunshine after dark A very satisfactory and ton of Winchester w ho has visited Rich rodsburg 1 40 Youths Companion w oman Miss had died Inquiry was and joy into the hearts of the motherless cheap line has been run from Rowland mond was one of the bridesmaids Bro Talmage is going to give up all aon President of the United States of railroad and whatever company op Any publican ofimportauue in the her heirs but they were about The children of the home enjoy the bene- Â¬ to McKinncy along the foot of the knobs Lucy Simms of Paris who has often doctrinal or sectarian preaching and America do earnestly recommend erates the Hue should carry it out to c 1 could not receive the money and yesterday another line to run through visited her aunt Mrs John D Harris was his church will be a sort of patch work that Thursday the 28lh day of thl the letter If this be done there can United States or Europe can be secured On Saturday November 9 89 fits of the city schools of Louisville there i returned to Washington Among the bridal crazy quilt concern It is to be a Na- pret ent month of November be set never be any judgment and conse Â¬ by The Clixax at less than the reg- I will sell to the highest bidder my farm by obtaining a good practical education town was being survej ed Capt Sprad- Â¬ also a bridesmaid 21- ular rates known as the Charley Oldham place mc They are taught to do all kinds of house lin is very enthusiastic over the prospects presents were several bottles of wine just tional church in which people of all apart as a day of national thanksgiving quently no lien in favor of the shipper XeCerd Sale miles east of Richmond on Muddy Creek and prayer and that the people of our You do not state your object in seudiug is confident if the Lincoln county the agcTof the bride 2t years and work SlHHild you ever visit Louisville creeds and all nations will find a home AdTlco to Mothers and 12 miles from Waco containing rtxf T ic sale by N B Deatherage Mrs Wrsaima Soothiso SiEOPbonJJalwT cares and us these papers but we assume that go to the Home and our word for it you people will do their duty we w ill soon A lady writing to the Bourbon News that is to say a machine for catching country ccising from the to used irben children are cutting tetth It re Acres of Land well watered with plenty ator of Andy McCord deed Ueres the little afferent once it prod aces nataral of timber lor a farm twice as large Three wHt come away feeling that you had been have a road to Nashville and the South says Here Iubors of their working day shall as Â¬ you having heard of our connection I got to Ashland in good time them both a coming and a going I niiay quiet sleep nod the little therab avskesas bright Was weH attended and two No I apple and one benefitted You will have higher opening up a vast territory of splendid found my friend Miss Laura White with are tricks to catch one and all The semble in their respective plucs of with the Richmond road wish to be greatly S3 a button It is Terr pleassat to taste It good orchards peach The new railroad runs within fow a rc good Corn at the heap soothes and nobler aspirations a more exalted country and incalculably benefitting us a carriage to meet me went with her to cross for Catholics liturgy for the Episco- Â¬ worship and give tluuks to God who able to assure your people that the con- Â¬ regulatesthe child softens the gunvallaTs all paisy hundred yards Goad dwelline and oot the bo vets and is the best kasrn resed v pir stack 3 to 0 oats per for diarrhoea vhether arising from teething or buiMings I will ako sett my JacL Black opinion of tlw work the noble brothers We must have the road if by any practi- Â¬ Mrs Wilber Hagars where I was royally palians singing like mighthy thunder has prospered us on our way and tnmlo tract so fair to-- both parties will be S- other causes Trrentr flTe cents a bottle t earling bull 30 paths the paths of peace beseech carried out 111 good raitli Bill ls4 hands high 4 years old and has We see no and sisters are doing in the cause of hu cal means we can secure it Stanford entertained Mrs White Mother of J D ings for the Methodists a baptistry for our 6 5 11 yearling cattle 313 hogs Si proven himself to be all right Black Bin and we supppose a ing Him to bless the day to our present reusou why it should not be aud the manity and Christianity in caring for the Journal White Miss Laura and Mrs Hagar her the immersionists 5 was sired ey King AHbnso he by Harper c mules 0 to 125 horses homeless ones scattered up and down the BIADAM SCOTT tells Past he by Leviathan he by oM Leviathan he They are font for the sprinklers and pourers and future good making it truly one railroad reap its reward by building up c B J Clay and wife and Wm Arnold two daughters live together 11 Mr Wm Deatherage of thanksgiving for each re united the country it traverses length and breath of our land rescuing brought injunction suits against the Ohio finely educated and cultivated ladies spent They ought to add a knife and a napkin by Imported Leviathan dam a Jim Porter J e farm G Sam Deatherage The writer presents his regards to Present and Futnre Events jennet Ako three 2 year old Mules 3 them from lives of shame and degreda- - Valley Central and Improvement Com Â¬ two years in Paris France Miss Laura for circumcision purposes to accommo- Â¬ home circle aud for the nation at cr -you aud his other Richmond acquaint- Â¬ May be consulted at any hour yearlings 7 Mule Colts some brood Mares tion fitting them for exalted positions in pany Saturday evening November 2nd is the Architect I saw plans she had date the Israelites There is a good deal large and young horse stock A lot of Cows In witness thereof I lmvehereuuto ances Yours truly of froth and fustian about this project It Â¬ life and at last for a home in heaven OirllHn David Main Street and Calves50 list Hogs about 40 Shoots the Clays claiming that they will be dam- drawn that looked like fine engravings Rooms at 422 B Carson set my hand and caused the seal of the Jno may bring in dollars enough to erect a Farming Implements lot of 30 Ewes aged twenty thousand and Mr Arnold 20- aJelpliia paper says At the Corn and Hay Household Goods etc THIN COLUMN How It Is Doue P 8 I have advised Presldeut Stine monster temple a temple to Talmage United States to be aflixed claiming that he will be damaged twenty-fGcrmantown Avenue and Done at the city of Washington of this correspondence He will doubt Â¬ The Palace down on First street Will rent my home place where I now not to God It will be filled by people Commenting on the success of Central ive thousand dollars in case said com- Â¬ Cil our readers will find one of containing 300 Acres A grocer down on Main street never not irreligious enough to be seen at Sun- Â¬ this Hrstday of November in the year less give you the same assurances keeps choice dry goods Ladles iu- - live growth of pany builds its railroad through their complete and handsome drug University and especially the Terms made known oa day of sale Sore 15- wears socks in winter he wears stock- Â¬ day theatricals and beer gardens and yet of our Lord one thousand eight hun Â¬ Yours truly Â¬ vited te begin promptly at 9 oclock Lc found in Philadelphia vehere its endowment fund the St Louis Pres farms The commissioners appointed by 21- Jno B Carson not religious enough to enjoy plain gospel dred aud eighty nine aud of the inde Really those Kentucky the Court to assess damages awarded Mr ings bytery sajs -Fire Tornado aud Accident Insur JERRY BROADDUS Tnf accuracy polite attention Presbyterians are a marvel of intelli- Â¬ one 3 8ooo 7 32 There was a man in town Monday who preaching It will be a sort of moral pendence of the United States the G S Deatherage AucV Clay a prices are faithfully lived up to 2000 and Mr Arnold 19 11 If you want to buy a sulky surrey ance written by Powell Though These gentlemen excepted to the award had not combed his head for twenty five lecture room and pious opera hall or hundredth and fourteen r zeal and liberality buggy or carriage call on Douelsou g that one expects to find in gence New line of Jackets aud Newmarkets BENJAMIN HARRISON evangelical variety show Earnest hum- Â¬ greatly straitened as to pecuniary and filed a petition supported by a num- Â¬ years He hasnt a hair on his head for he has the latest best aud cheapest z ores can be had here and in addi at reduced prices at Crooke Bennett By the President James G Blaine ble worshipers will very likely go else5- t n Mr Lyman prepares some special- - loses as the result of the war they ad- Â¬ ber of affidavits saying they could not 17- The Georgetown times placidly re- Â¬ where The preacher or any other man Secretary of State Urmstous themselves with Calvinistic pluck get justice in Madison county and prayed c cf iis own among which his hair dressed Blind Tom who was drowned marks Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor will please who tries to please everybody Dinelli hat an abundance of fresh 3 claims particular notice It is a to the resuscitation of their churches the a change of venue The roilroad thjn at It Cared Brights Disease Johnstown Pa during the great flood nobody Pants S650 to S15 Satisfaction guar-17-2- 8 oysters for bis restaurant or your table is The SingeraManufacturing Company Sermons that meet universal building 10 machine with Haml egant preparation both for dress spread of their denomination and the filed an answer supported by numerous is filling engagements in Illinois SrKBDWELi Ky May 4 18S9 This anteed approbations are conductive to no ones 15- Attachment and Portable speorally J e hair and promoting Its growth founding of institutions of learning Their affidavits saying the plaintiffs could get is to certify that 1 had Bright Disease If Pete Golden who was before the profit A roan with no positive convic- Â¬ or something very much like it aud L Gents qndeiwear at Crooke Beu-17- - Powell represents Ten of the largest adapted for invalid- travelers dee to arJ deserves a place on every dressing generous support of evangelistic work justice The attorneys for the road ofcost 25 cash Any one wtehiws a t Kc Urmstous within their own bounds has multiplied fered to allow the jury to be selected Danville police court last week should be tions is next to a nonentity A church was in very feeble health This was in nett Fire Insurance Companies and writes machine ot this type wW please leave I used one dozen sent to the work house and put to making with no definite doctrines is as powerless the year of 1887 the Presbyterian name and power in from the list of persons making affida Fine Caiilornia fruits grapes apples Mills Stores Dwellings Stables and order at the effiee IS First street for salvation as a sewing circle or a pro- Â¬ bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and Marriage Licenses Kentucky and added vastly to the vit that the plaintiff could not get a fair shoes would they be Golden Slippers J F Stonb 15- 7 32 I am now in better health than I have aud candies at Diunellis Live Stock at Lowest Rates gressive euchre party Jessamine Jour been for years TJC following marriage licenses P S It fc sold only by order not weri strength of the Southern Presbyterian trial This offer was not accepted Judge French Tiptons Record Endangered 5 Charlie Jacobs Xeuralgic Fersons merchant tailor kept in stock J F il James M Hendren id during the month of October church And deprived of their interest Chenault decided against the application is the heading of a column article in yes- Â¬ nal resulting troubled with Sold by W G White Prescription w L Farey Ella N March Overcoats at 30 worth 40 Imported And those or overwork wHlnervousness by taking 40 D0YLESV1LLE C Tur in Centre College and Danville Theolog- Â¬ for change of venue These two cases terday s Louisville Times and the article be rettered from care J 49 eow Druggist Richmond Ky aud domestic cloth in stock Call and r Mollie Parkh Alex Kirby Nannie ical Seminary their heroic and successful have been continued till December but states that one Thome of Pennsylvania Browns Iron Hitters Genuine LTXAS PAKR1SH CtJKjrUIKAJM W N17 23 has trade mark and crossed red lines onwrapper - cr The whooping cough is now raging in Crjsantliemums To day and To morrow see him Stanton B Hume Pattle F enleavorsin behalf of Christian educa- nothing has been done in the injunction is about to start around the world with Â¬ 9 35 M er George Woolery Mary Jane tion as seen in Central University and its cases Wc will leave on this this vicinity Ladies underwear at Crooke Dennett out a dollar The ladies n the First Presbyterian New line of dress goods at Crooke 17- John W Grider Jennie D Todd fine buildings ample grounds three col Â¬ UrtnstonA mornings east bound train to see the fel- Â¬ Mr Woodie Eads starts for Missouri in Church will give an exhibition of special of the 30th says A Frankfort P- C Qjisenberry 17- Bennett 4 Urmstona Annie Ford H C leges thirteen departments of study and low and insist on loaning him a dollar and a short time Road horses trotters and runners chrysanthemums to day and Kentucky Central Railroad CompaE aJius Nancy Tribble W M Baker more than 300000 of contributed funds The be which has long been owing the Com- Â¬ a quarter so that the record wont It will cost ynu only 10 cents shod in any manuer desired I have Doneison has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ We have erected a new and Ma Mrs Leyicy Eads is very poorly with F Mullms Hichard Hunter Belle entitle them to highest praise and should ny aud is worth five times the money A just received au extra lot of four year kies surries and buggies of the newest dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of monwealth for State taxes amounting to broken t rheumatism of the heart John Folan Ellen Buckley J excite both envy and emulation great many varieties tastefully dis Â¬ old second growth timber for repairing and most popular patterns and at very 3rd and Irvine streets RtebBMrtti Ky Baptist and interest was ordered to Predestinarian A colored Lizzie Cotton J B Walker i The success and progress of our Ken Â¬ over 50003 Richard wells and Miss Lena Parker played 5- It AU work guar reasonable figures all kinds of wagons and ask the public to give us a IrfaL a settlement to day in the Circuit Court preached a strong doctrinal sermon the 2 Deatherage Jerry Chenault tucky brethren are easily accounted for are down with the fever Â¬ C Nor- other night in this place Then he de by the appointment of Hon L I a TaiUon Joel Lamb M attic Church Reroetnber the Palace Dry Goods HORSES HITCHED OR FED raw fried anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Oysters in every etyle Thoyareofone mind an J that mind k railroad paid a scended to the floor and called for persons Old Mrs Chrisman and her daughter store 15- House I K M Mollie S Robinson Geo to maintain their own church and institu- man as receiver The stewed broiled baked scalloped on back of Brookss drug Respectfully AT REASONABLE RATES SMMIe part of the State taxes which the railroad to come forward to the mourners bench Mrs James Combs have returned home the half shell and every other way at n Mollie Whrtaler tions They are not living 011 their oars Dress trimmings at Crooke Bennett horses horses and buggies hired at hrw Sfebly 8 L M1DKIFF commissioners asserted against them for An old fellow back of the room gently atter riding twenty miles to see her daugh- Â¬ Dinellis 15- rales- waking for or hankering after organic 17- Urmstons I wus prayed ter Mrs John Baber She is S3 years Oar Crap ef Triplets Downed 1SS4 iS8and 1SS0 but refused to pay excused himself saving CUNNINGHAM 16 15 PARRISH Beefsteak with mushrooms and hot union in the hope that money to build on the grounds for fore the foundation uv the worl old but did not complain of being very The date for the National Silver coilee at Dinellis Ladles call afthe Palace before buyi15- A ropos of the account given in last their colleges will be the balance above stated their churches and ng- your Fall Dry Goods and save Cfc ft CTTILrY V UA Ia rMKitB Ti 1 showered upon them from other sources that it had an exemption clause in its The handsome widower editor of the tired She sat up and talked until nine invention to be held In St Louis uii junw The Common- Â¬ 15- Nov 26th is rapidly approaching money lrJ 1e Pmirtwwi Iini- - but justly appreciating the distinctive charter for that amount get his oclock that night Journal managed to M The promoters of the Convention dewealth obtained judgment in the Circuit Jessamine one does not weigh more thaR 105 principles Therefore their churches are away from that Richmond widow WARNING NOTICE John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ Ruchlugs Linen Handkerchief Kid seeks to enforce mind sire to have n strongly representative - i- Mrs Mahone however tips growing multiplying their schools are Court last June and now long enough to make the subjoined wise mond carries im- Â¬ Gloves at Crooke Bennett Urm- Â¬ We have one h nod red mule eoWeaml attendance from every Stale and Ter Â¬ Um at 25 She has borne him nourishing their University is firmly that judgment by the appointment of a remark A Tribune correspondent gives I 17- eighty five yearlings far sale Strietly Union In order Ihat the mense stocks of Salt Lime stons tr Accounts due tlie Richmond ritory in the tstwjce The first time the Gener established enjoying targe patronage receiver Major Norman is ordered by this conundrum for young people It is good and sold in numbers to rait nor Silver question may be discussed in its Cement and court to take charge of the road and said all the varieties of trees in the United Coal Co 4 was in his railroad oftce the Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor No chasers Six rotles east of Rieiteaewl Stone broadest scope and in its importance Forman Acolored liberally endowed entrenched in the the tliese taxes and costs are b l Machinery and Im- Â¬ 2G N Second Street Suits 26 to 16 es the Speedwell pike in and told Mm there was a boy hearts of the people and as we happen operate it until seeds except one What must be paid to me on or be- Â¬ to the other industries of the country road States produce 17- H H fc D A COLYER house The General ordered wine to know will soon add a Theological paid The company embraces the is that and what is the rea plements Sulkies Gear and 17 2S kind of tree ijr ose present from Covington through Park Winches Â¬ fore NOVEMBER 20TH After and particularly the agricultural Again the boy ap School to Us departments of Literature We dont know unless it is an ax son the best line of Groceries in Handsome silk fronts that the ladles lared and announced the arrival of an Law and Medicine Wine Kentuckians ter and Richmond to Lexington The letree vastly admire at Crooke Bennett that date they will be handed Â¬ MATRIMONIALthe market Maysville and Lexington southern divisMcr bai Mahone ordered more wine True blue Presbyterians 17- Urmstons 41- A small boy who has heard a great an officer as I have not the to Lexington ion extending from Park Iur J tune the messenger put in appear The seenants aud notes of the late Mr Sam Lackey of this county and Rights attended the Womans BROWNS IRON BITTERS erndtold of a third baby The worst feature about catarrh Is Its the Maysville and Lexington northern deal about church for the firsttime He time to attend to their collec- Â¬ Miss AIHe Cochran of Garrard county Gente Irm of Stockton A WKha have ert to Episcopal furea Indigestion BDfousncM Dyrfftis Msla from Maysville mtn you must excuse me exclaimed Ma division extending e dougerous tendency to consumption IusurBvpuc property in one ofC S rts KenroosBea aad General DiibWlr ftost-- plaeetl in nay hands tor ultriMieO eloped from Richmond Wednesday and FORMAN tion much elated andxclairaed one I am going home to stop this busi Pleawcatl st Hiy offloeam Hoods Sarsaparilla cures catarrh by Paris and the Richmond branch of the L went home 21 2S 7 32 PaweltaToir Companies wcrcflarne4r J TEVI8 You bet tlie women arc flytn now A iv as tves N extending from Hichmond through It purifying the W00J from Colorado where he sold some prop Â¬ erty went hunting and had a fine time Â¬ - a Real Estate Transfers far October Commissioner to Wm M Doricr 34 acres 2500 J S Runyon to Josiah Gentry 3100 I S Walker to Mrs Mary Haden 45 acres J N tioo Burrus to S Foster 5 acres 150 Wm Warner to Geo Warner 10 acres 250 M Jones to E P Fairchild 16 acres oo Joel Todd to Mary A Gabbard acre 40 Same to J II Gabbard 41 acres 400 B B Newland to J L Baker 73 acres 275 F M Hill to Jeff Roberts t acre 200 Commissioner to W W Pigg 41 acres d G H Sotherthwait to Letcher Miller 24 acres 400 E C Million to G B Million 6 acres G B Million to E C Mil 764 lion 246 acres 6000 S Q Royce to Robt Fox col 35 acres 5S31 M H Tussey to Marion Coy 12 acres tooo Geo Denney to G M Ross acre Margaret Elder to W H Bick 120 nell lot 30 A C Lewis to Silas Al- Â¬ exander 120 acres 450 Enos Davis to Mary Davis 240 acres 420 Berea Col- Â¬ lege to Richard Cornelkon So lot Same to AJ Hanson lot i Same to Walnut Meadow and Big Hill Turnpike Co lot 40 W P Prewitt to J M Fowler 16 acres ii8S Wm Rucker to John W Burton 5 acres 125 James Halt to John W Burton 1 acre 10 M J Shearer to Wm Haden 150 acres 3- 325 W W Hagan to Richard Long 8i acres 3000 Evans Brooks to D M Chenault lot 2100 J J Brooks to D M Chenault lot tSo Same to M D Flack lot 197 Same to Wallace Walker lot 135 Sameto S D Par rish lot S914 Same to Ed Powell lot Same to G II Myers lot 1 10 150 Commissioner to Mrs Mary Coley 2 950 Wm Crow to Geo Crutcher lot 100 Same to Jacob Ross lot 250 Jas B McCrcary to Dr T J Taylor lot 1100 C D Chenault to W L Crutcher lot 250 Same to J P Tribble lot G W Willis to Cyrus T Fox 250 lot 2800 P C Karr c to M L Herndon lot 5400 J S Collins c to W S Duncan lot 2500 G W Evans to S D Parrish lot S200 Same to Wm Right lot 600 Lancaster to Rowland These roads are occupied by Mr C P Huntington who failed to put in his appearance on the summons of the court It is likely now the case will be taken to the Court of Appeals or as Mr Huntington is a non resident carried to the United States Court Major Norman the receiver i the Commissioner of Insurance and a gentleman of ability whose appointment will carry with it the assurance that the road in his hands will not suffer from in- Â¬ capacity or neglect woman preached down here at the church where I was to day and she done jrs as well as a man could a done She had on a white dress trimmed with black and mbren that she had heavy black side Whiskers and a bi strong voice Here is a copy of a letter received by a gentleman in this county Mr H C Sir i have Bot a Bout 125 lied i ame to By that many on if i can But it is hard to find Sheap i thank that thear ise to Sheap Byers to ever Sheap there ise a man up here from Lexington that wants PERSONAL to By 5 hundred lied of ews he want Squire John McCord of Clark county By a mix lot who have got a Bout 4 er 5 hundred Sheap in this part of the County was here last week the Rains Boys will start a Monday with Miss Haycraft of Owensboro is vis 220 head ifjou will meet thim one the iting friends at M road you can By thim with the money Dr M C Heath and family went to i will start a Bout the 6 er 7 of august if i dont Sell her i will have a mix Lot Albany Georgia last week up till now i havent got But one Buck Mrs Sam Rice has returned from a yours Truly of mine ise ews visit to relatives in Henry county Mr Harry McCarty of the Nicholas RELIGIOUS ville Journal was here yesterday Mr Thomas B Mobcrley of Chicago Elder L H Reynolds is holding a pro- Â¬ visited his cousin CoL T S Mobcrley tracted meeting in Ohio Miss Anniclylc Bradley gave a swell Elder R R Noels additions at Brod reception at the Phoenix Thursday even- Â¬ head to November 1st were thirty ing last Rev S V HaH formally pastor of the DIED Forest year old son of Gorge and Kate Goodrich died of diphtheria on Saturday Nov 2id 1889 la Madison county near Ford James Elmore died of pneumonia in Collin county Texas on Thursday October 24th I8S0 aged 45 years Deceased was a native of Madison coun- Â¬ ty and had lived in Texas about 12 years He was a brother to Miss Sarah Elmore aud Mrs Jane Shearer FI Councilman Sam Rice has returned cstab-lishing- -a Our friend Craihlock of the Paris Keutuckin11 CIIi7cn lift been In the newspaper business long enough to strike the nail pqttarely on the head when be comes to tals about how to run a paper Hesas Several lieraous have been enquir- Â¬ ing about the suit tiled in the Mont- Â¬ gomery Common Pleas Court against us for 5000 and for the benefit of our readers we will stale that it is settled Home months ago John Griflltli then conducting the Thurston Hnuee pub Â¬ lished nn advertisement in the Ken tuckian Citizen warning hotel keepers against It J Casshly and claiming he was a dead beat Thiciused Cissidy to bring suit agalust us who Btated In his petition that we had defumed his character to the above amount But we suppose lie took n second thought and said to himself Are my character and body and soul collectively and individually worth S3000 And after dUcussing this in his mind he is again Well I guess supposed to have said not Ill fall 51050 aud pay the costs in the case aud see if tliese newsjmper men wont compromise This kind- Â¬ er struck us nml rather than go to Montgomery county to defend the suit we gave him 10 to dismiss it We try to conduct the pajwr so as to command the respect and good will of all hut It is impossible to please We have recently hud everybody men to call at this olllee and say dont ynu use my name in your paper again If you do Ill hold you person- Â¬ ally responsible Such talk amounts to nothing witli in We conduct this paper to suit ourselves The names of these men have been tried and we havent as yet shed any blood or jump ed out of a second story window Â¬ Jabez R Crooke died in Cincinnati on last Thursday October 31st 18S9 aged 45 years after a lingering illicess Deceased was 11 native of Madison county being a son of Kiah Crooke de-Â¬ ceased He leaves a wife but no child dren The remains were buried in Richmond cemetery Sunday afternoon Brain The remains of Tandy Q Evans Braith wails Retrospect who died at Galenda Texas Oct 1 Buttericks Delineator Burlington Hawkey 18S0 were brought to this county for Law Journal- interment by Ewing Willium and Canada Canadian Magazine Riggs Evans the burial taking place at Magazine of Art- Red Top church October 3rd De Â¬ Casselis Catholic World ceased was raised in Bonne and went Journal- to texas about twelve years ago He Central Law Century Magazine was a f ingle man thirty years of age and a grandson of the late Dr Peter China Decorator Churchman Evans of Richmond Ky Richmond papers plea o copy Columbia Clay Worker-Ky Commercial Bulletin- Mo Herald Country Gentleman William Hampton Conner for sever- Current Literature al years clerk for Henderson Packet Courier Journal Company died rrhlny mnrnmi Commercial Gazette November 1st at 2 oclock at the resi- Â¬ Decorator and Furaidlier- lience of his mother corner of Thirty Delineator- eigth and Water streets Portland He Deraoresta Magazine- was the eldest son of Capt John Con- Drakes Magazine ner a well known river man who Duutons Spirit of the THrf died several years since The deceased Diitibury News- was twenty eight years of age and un- Â¬ Detroit Free Press Louisville Post married Deceased Eclectic Magazine was a brother of Mrs A J Reed aud Ediuburg Review has many relatives in Madison county Â¬ Fall Ulllliiery Mrs Lee Maupin baa a 8ae assort Â¬ Leading magazines and other peri- Â¬ ment of hats bonnet ribbem Jfowera odicals and miscellaneous literature and other millinery goods selected in including newgpapersfurnlshed by The person by her In ClBdaRati Hats Cujiax to subscribers at the prices and bonnets trimmed to order Prices named reasonable and iaspeetlea coMeftod These prices do not include subscrip- Â¬ 16-tion to The Climax Sashes hi all cetera at Croeke Ben- Â¬ Art Amateur- 4355 nett Urmslens 17-355 Art de la Made 475 DBUXKEXNBSS LIUXR HABIT Ia aft Art Journal the World there M tat fta Cwe Dr Haines hUtm SpotWg 630 Art Review It en b given In a enp of tea or eaflha 3 48 Atlautic Monthly witltoat lh knowledge of Uw panaa taMaic Bankers Magazine 500 It effecting a iuedy and iierwaimt owr patient la a moderate drtakar mr 200 wbethr the wreek ThMwanris of dnmkaarfh Helfords Magazine- b nleotwtlK have been earn who have taken the GtUni Bicycling World 100 MpeetflelH IheireonVe without their fcaawl 290 nlgp ami to slay Ihliilc they qnit drlakiag Blackwoods Magazine their own free will No liarmfal eOeet ra Mtltx from lit administration Cans gnans enl for circular and fall paruealara 460 tewl Bradstreeta Journal CHOICE READING 1 0 4 4 4 i 315 260 110 LOO AtMre 185 In cn Silence inLocM Kace HL Cincinnati U Cfe Sraanc H I7 for fresh oysters Dinellis restaurant is beariqimrtefs 15-Try them 4 55 256 Remaining uoelaifaed is the F4- 280 Ofltee at RielimofMl Ky week 400 November 5th 1880 Hellcr E C 5 10 Abriola James Miller CommI S fs 3 85 AultJT Mmom Maa Jnnnb Campbell John 250 Carey Ilulbert Porter Hugh M 340 Dennv I F Perry Mia Lcttie 96 Gilbert Mrs Fannie Remolds WiOian 410 Henderson Joseph Randal Mia Ettie Hagginc Mary M Walker Mm Panes 175 Johnson J Evans White Martha J 270 LorKh tietwich 100 Poat Otiiee iMHtrs from 100 x Money order awl n gHwreri letter 330 hours proit 7 a x to tt t X J B WILLLS x 110 170 LETTERS lAxhTr r FUBL C SALE RENTING Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y 1 Â¬ Â¬ 500 Barrels Corn Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fssBrand FlFriBLo Fresh USEi Â¬ ASKWk IT i 1 Â¬ i in a Â¬ J I Â¬ Â¬ sEffipiy Â¬ CHPEARS0NC2- WJ jf0t Â¬ PUBLIC Â¬ sal Â¬ il ft k i Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ Please Read - Â¬ Â¬ IApWk6 itr Â¬ Â¬ nt Vr Â¬ 185 Ky lis For Sle IIMO a- - ne Farm Hair best Â¬ Call and Settle siir Bit DR i wtwiswm it - 7 4 l Terrible Experience of Gold Hunters in Alaska Made Blind and Insane Flies and Mosquitoes One jV f THE 111 Â¬ NEWS- - IN A NUTSHELL A CablrjraTn of Interesting Itentm on SfflANT iVanamakcrs Last Proposal to the Western Union An Incroaso of 60 Per Cent Over His First The Company Will Probably Proceed Under Protcut as They Claim It Is Be Â¬ low Coit WAiiamnker Wants a Com-Â¬ mission Appointed to Determine Actual Coit and Valuo of Service Waskisutox Nov 1 Ths post master generals lost proposal to the e tern Union Telegraph company is au increase of about 00 por cent over bis nit proposition of a mill a word Still it ii oeitain that it falls bolow actual oo t to tlu company for perform- Â¬ ing tie fro eruiiieuts business The probabilities a e th it the company will pocoel under potest and as soon as poibe tet in the courts tho legal right of tbe govern nent to order it to perform the servee for lest than oost or for les than a leasou ible nroit Tbe proposition of Po itmaster Gen- Â¬ eral Wanamaker to apwiiut a commis- Â¬ sion to determine the actual cost and ahie of telegraphic service proper sound erv mroh like one of the pro visiousof the la v of the - it h of July ltiuo under which the postimtster gen- Â¬ eral lixes the rates This 1 iw providos that wlteaever such a 03imiis ticm us ttie post UH8rer gdneil proKises 1ms np praiyed the mine of any telriphic l Unt it can le paruiiusc l by thu gov urninciit with c ugicsbioual amhority In other xiords tlii potto3ice depart Â¬ ment will hae with the report of a commission of the kiu l proposed a fom latiou for a postal telegraph bilL There is a gene ul e isolation that Mr WHiiinaker will iu his fortlnxnning re Â¬ port reeonnioiicl action loskin to a govern nent telegrapli in counotion with the postobce serico Â¬ -- SIX KILLED Tarlona Subjects Especially Prepared lor the nasty Beader Private Secretary HolTord denies tho re- Â¬ port that he has resigned or will resign Seventy live thousand Michigan farmers have Joined the Patrons of Husbandry since wis j auuThey uuuiucr is increasing every week threaten to becoraa the controUiag power In the politics of the Chicago claims to be first choice for the Men who spoko principally with tho Build a Tower 1S00 Feet nish worlds fair of 18 congressmen and tho soc-judge say that he is determined and Minneapoijs Oct 31 Georgo W ood choice of forty more will never quit his chase until Howard Cooley formerly city ongineer of Min- Â¬ The total length of the telegraph wires aud his gang ore all killed or driven neapolis has designed a structnro ichhn submarine cables 0f the world in from the county Both parties aro boing which ho proposes shall be erected on use at the present time exceeds 500000 milca reinfoioed daily nud more bloodshed i3 the grounds of tho worlds fair iho The Rev Tannage turned the first shovol- oxpeetel It is thought that Howard colossal proportions of the struoturo iaioceann lor his new tabernacle Monday be fetmd sear it afternoon A large gathering was present has gone to Yirgiuia but i3 oxpected would make the Eiffel tower turn green I Jut Two Retnrn The new steel bridge over the Ohio at to return The best citizens of Harlan with envy The design contemplates a A few days Ago two aw tottered Cairo has been thrown open to traffic county are joining Lewis and with such pyramid of granite each sido of whose down tfce moaabua side to this place bo 1820 feet long and whose The report of the UnitariAn conf ercneo at a determined loader there is no doubt baso is to who summit will bo 100 feet square aud 1000 emaciated faoas aad trembling PaHadelpiua shows a great growth la that the law and order party will come out feet above the ground At the extreme limbs abowe I that tbey bad survived religious body victorious an 1 lirak u the gang that top will bo placed a Goddess of Liberty jmi experience that but few men would Secretary Noble has notified catUaafm to has been a terror to all eastern Ken Â¬ 20 feet high making the total height have lived through One of tbees J vacate Cherokee outlet west of tho Arkansas tucky for the last twenty live yean AV Sparrr of Portland Ore is 50 river before the lift of June 1200 feet At each corner is to be n witk hair as white as suow The other tower 100 feet high surmounted by There is great destitution in Daieta IS NATURAL GAS GIVING OUT statues of Columbus Washington the Boe also from PorUaod is 30 Crops have failed three ttens la suooosslen years jamngtr aad this youth alone aad many persons have neither food fuel nor Peculiar and Unreasonable Demands by president and some other prominent sawed SperrT from tilling au unmarked man in the nations history Mr Cooley money Indianapolis Companies pave ia the valley of the Yukon The Washington Electric Light company Indianai oms Oct tJS The attitude beliove3 the scheme can ba carried of Pittsburg has secured the contrast to Proviniano Glre Oat of the two natural gas companies of through in two yotrs and will lav hia plansbofore tho coming Three weeks after starting oa their erect a central station for a very largo eleci this city toward the people is exciting National Association of meeting of the Engineers to Tha ma Â¬ homeward jaum y their pttmsioas were trie lict piaat in Pekin Chin serions concern and there i i a general ascertain its feasibility He estimates eatiiwly exiuutsted and they became so chinery for the plant has been shipped fcoliug that neither will be able to tho cost of such a structure at about A test case involving the legality cf the weak that they cauld not pall their carry out its contracts this winter and 175 000000 late annexations by Chicago of her suburbs boat which tbe finally abandoned a return to coal fuel will result The They took to the hill in bt arch of game has just resulted in the supreme court of Ilu r Steamship Boiler ISxplodes trust resolution to collect half the Oca mionally a sjairrel was shot bat as aois ia the citys favor Paris Oct 20 One of the boilers of Many men of high rank in Europe are en Â¬ annual bill for heating nnd one quarter the Trausatlantiouo commnvs steam 4foickir mtt s by the men who were gaged in trade Prince Bismarck is an en Â¬ mow raveao is aul wild berries became for cook stoves in nil vanco has proved ship Yillo de Brest exploded yesterday a hardship iu many cases as tho gas is while tho vosecI was lying in tlie Bay of their only maaras of subitenoe Their thusiastic Umber merchant aad paper manu- Â¬ being turned off from tho houses of all Tunis Fivo persons wore killod and tm 1 was fallowed by ctaods of raoe facturer His powder mills are very profita- Â¬ who refuso or aro unable to pay such several injured qsuhea and Mies that lit npoa tltea in ble The Duke of Fife is an active partner a Loudoa bank The new king of largb bills in advance and hands soon mratnsu lbeir ia Tlinnkful IttKsians Portugal owns and runs the faienoo factory When the trust was organized it was bacaniu raw an 1 WeeJing sores of CaMas ReiuhA St Pbtersbukg Oct 10 Thanks Â¬ The royal manufactory in opposition to the Staudard Oil com- Â¬ Ketttad to Die of porcelain pany which was seeking to enter tho giving services were held yesterday Ia their weakened condition Ingram able portion at Dresden furnishes a consider- Â¬ of King Alberts private city and its avowed purpose was to throughout llussia for the marvelous IVlll Consider tho Matter and O Yoaitjr front San Diego OaL while the horse breeding establishmentincome of the New York Nov 1 With roiorence furnish cheap gas Hundreds of par-Â¬ escape of the czar nnd his family from also of the partv were unable to fight Grand Dake of Mecklenburg Schwerin places in death in the railroad accident at Borki otf the pests whch preyed upon their him in tbeforeawst rank of horse dealers in to tho now schedule of rates for teleÂ¬ sons who always bought their coalnnd which occurred one vear ago The im Â¬ gnwhiis service jronulgatjd by Post small quantities became patrons uynlidi until they became so intianted Europe master Gcneritl Wannmnker Dr Nor received the benefits cf cheap fuel but perial family ntionded tho services in that titer hut ail power to open or dose viu Green pioident of the Western this class the one most needing tho the palace at Gatsehino lorelgn theau end they be aine totally blind benefits is practicall- - out of the collec- Â¬ The Rirwian government has conceded most Union Telegraph company says Serious Itallroad Accident The dread of death by starvation and he rate fixed by the postmaster tion now demanded by tho company CuxtrrfA Oct 2X A railway acci Â¬ fear of being hojxdetldy lost in that of tbe Vaticans demands Seven Russian bfebof s will sooa be appointed general is undoubtedly bolov cost but The trust pretends to have twenty sit dent has occurred nt Hatras near Agra mmu told upon the fitrangn ooontry A wealthy widow living in IJpsie Hun Â¬ 1 am not prepared to s nv what the atti- wells in operation but it developed to Â¬ in which fifteen persons were killod and ariad of these two and Ingram repeat arrested oa tbe charge of tude of the corniwny will bo until after day that but nine of these are now pro forty injured edly begged his companions to shoot gary has lieen six children She was not the nis tor has hud the consideration of ducng aud it is susjiectod that the sup Â¬ iTiaaltv ne lay ttown refusing to murdering her The wife of a Louisville and Nashville en Â¬ suffjected of the crime until it was accident Â¬ the executive oommittee next Wednes Â¬ ply will bo exhausted before the season and when his companions wtw be ally discovered well gineer at Louisville put on a death robe and that a i about gone they left him almost BOtcaised a coasecstive diary which she deptÂ¬ day 1 he reduction averages about o is Tho under waj Â¬ In Gas account of the mur- per old r lonng along Â¬ I he next day ders written with a circumstantiality of de-Â¬ not acent from the one rate which was duced ratesliiniolis 30 iwr company re- threw herself before a moving eugirte She hut year cent below was ins ant ly killed remuueraive Yoaag wtoeambed a victim to starra the trust and the ordinance under tail that appalled the discoverers tioa and the torments of the pests which bath are o ating requires that Two com MARKET REVIEW A CLOCK THAT WILL TALK and a detachwatch swarmed about them day and ment of 150 aBies of infantryordered to Lim- Â¬ tho rate shall not lie police have been Â¬ naaylif They left him lying upon the erick to assist in extensive Instead of IUiirIii it Will Speak the reduced for a jwrio 1 ofraised when once Quotations from Cincinnati nnd Ilse evictions about to throe years In growad to die Time Ihonographlcally where for November 1 tho face of this law however the com- Â¬ be undertaken there Af4bt1 hr Iadlttcts New York Nov 1 Inventor Edison pany hai raise the price to the ordi- Â¬ Heavy rains prevail throughout Germany Wheat 7Aa80c Another day brought then to some and disastrous floods are feared Coax JB37e has completed a phonographic clock nance rates and is no v forcing con- Â¬ Wool Unwashed fine merino ISAlOc dried salmon cache T by the Indians A railway mail car was robbed at Bremen which instead of ringing out the num- Â¬ sumers to pay the ainomt under bloed combing K3Mc medium delaine for winter ne They were now aide of letters and packages containing the aggre Â¬ ber of the hmrx will aunounce tho threats of shutting off t lie gas This Â¬ combing to iwtraoe their steps to the boat and gate sum of 140000 marks materially and clothing SttirSV braid 18J0c meof day in steutoiiau tones It complicates the situation time fleece washed tine dium soon a party of Indians came along from and it is believed that lmthhe Indian Â¬ merino X and XX 2Si29c medium cloth shouts out the time every quarter of an Crimes and Canities whom they oUained food enough to en apolis The stores of several Jewish merchants at hour As a novelty it is certain to patrousand trust are trying to get rid of inp 3031c delaine flece 30Ho able them to reach the lint white set Â¬ Hay New 700i410SO knowing It will prove consumers that canthat they huve rnoro old common samples offered at sells at 3S00 hide of the Yukon Oa Delhi La were fired into Saturday night by take with tho jieoplc tlement ths to choice timothy Ihj supplied a drunken mob the clerks were driven ofl also a very good orree clock but as an 1200 per ton prairie brings 70OS5O 1 1 thf bout they oame to their way bark ornHUit nt in the mil or it is a serious straw siOOGisfiOO to the spot where Ingram was left bat and much damage done SHIPWRECKED Cattle Good to choice butchers HXA John Booth aged 94 years was smothered qietion whether it will oer be a suc- Â¬ found the mosquitoes and die singing cess especially where young people are Nearly Srnre or Lives Lost on the 3Vi fair i2Va300 common 150200 a requiem over their dead comrade ia a grain bin at Shabboaa Grove III stockers and leaders 3003300 Near Korthville N Y a young man un a feature ol tne nouseuolo Atlantic Coast He wa left with bat a stone to mark Hogs Selected butchers and lieavy shi Iivi rs Woiiltl Not Like It Nokfolk Va Oct 2S The schooner ping lOOeSlOT fair to good packing ets5 his rortin plaoe and a blanket and n knowingly shot his brother who with his The young mau calling upon his best Georgo T Simmons of Camden N J fF400 common and rough packing 32jjJ hemlock spread over father and others was attempting a White few faraaenes of girl on a buuday evening would prob- Â¬ was wrecked olf False cae thirty miles fair to good light 390410 pigs him for a thrond They could not find Cap outrage Oscar Barclay of Isorthvilie N Y was ably receive a tremendous s hojk if ho L80z400 Yoaag bat are ratisoed strength or south of Cape Henry in the storm of Shkep 200r00 yaaaoa neier tvtarned to allow him to about to be White Capped but he fired into heard a grutf voii o break in upon his ho did oighteen yoars ago In 1870 When the ves- Â¬ Lambs 3r0t75 the crowd and killed one man who proved loving whijerins with tho announce- Â¬ last Wednesday night Move from the spot the average consumption for each sel was first seen sunk in the breakers to be his own brother Public sympathy la ment that it was twelve o clock In Boston Wool lmind a ltci Vein person was 71 pounds in 1888 it was with Oscar n few minutes the same lmrsh voice by the life suvers Thursday morning Ohio XXX 3c do XX Sic doX31 On their way ont the party discovered five men were lashed iu the rigging 1 pounds sbowinr that the taste for Two trains on the Fort Wayne road col Â¬ would croak agaiu the announcement 1 Sic Michigan X JBic Ohio No a bxige having a clearly defined vein of lided near Beaver Falls Pa Abrakeman Michigan No 1 3Sc fine Ohio delaine coffee neither increases nor decreases quarter That One by one the doomed men have been rick ore showiug f ee gold and at its was killed and an engineer and fireman were very nice past twelve oclock have no swept away into the sea Saturday 30e Michigan mau would MtXcMichigan SSc delaine Sirf3c Noun1Â¬ Boston Journal yoing bate fbaad liberal quantities of gold in seriously injured The passengers escaped pence of mind till he made his escape night two men were left aud at sunset washed do Ohio 252tic Location nottues were hur- Â¬ with slight hurts evarv pan the house as every quurtor of an Sunday evening onljicne remained aud combing Ohio 40c No 1 combing Michigan from riedly pat ap ami in autieipatio of 30c unwashed Ohio S34c do Michigan 23 UNIQUE PEON CUSTOMS hour that clock could be counted on to he shared the late of his companions g23c Kentucky blood combing 230c Personal- rich results another year when they all some time Snhday night The whole John Field has been appointed postmaster fcliout hoped to return baoyed up their spirits The Fcmalo Descendants of the Artec crow were lost llttshur- A an Alarm Clck Wear Mud Crowns for a time and sparred them on to reÂ¬ at Philadelphia Too Hough for the Life Savers Cattlk Prime 400S4S0 good 350 Rutgers college has conferred the degree As an alarm clock tho invention is des- Â¬ newed efEurts to escape from their lm Among the most curious people of Life saving stations Nos 4 5 and G 385 fair J300JJ23 common l2Jtfc Notwithstanding their of LL D upon Hon William Walter tined to triumph It can be made to wero y undine doom IioGS Extra selected Philadelithias 435 this continent remarked John Olen kept call a person at any hour of the day watching in readiness with picked men 445 best Yorkers 4254130 common to dorff In Jiianlaii espeneaee the two survivors Phelps are a San Francisco hotel an opportunity to go to tho fair Yorkers MlSfoMa roughs S3Jfc Vauity Fair of London calk Chauncey Instead of setting up an unearthly clat- Â¬ intend to return to the Yukon the com Â¬ SllEEit lrime f400450 fair to good the native peons of Mexico and when M Depew the coming president of the tering as the preent liell alarm clock rescue of the wrecked men but the surf ing --awing United States you look at the female portion of this now in Vogue it will in a dignified and ran too high for the life boat to make S400e425 common ajg Sc The new Princess Hatsfeldt signed her solemn manner shout John get up au attempt at relief THAT DOUBLE LYNCHING Chicago unaccountable race you get a curious Schooner in Distress name on the marriage regbter at Brompton do you hear me John Hogs Light 8801405 mixed 875 Now if you representation that makes you pause AVere Mebbed by the M eGjr aiMl Hal Oratory as Clara Etubeth Prentice other dont get up Ill take the boot jack A large throe maste 1 schooner flying SU5 beavj 3 75i llft ftftCHl Friend S4iirtr Cattle Extra beeves 450a510 steers with wonder wise Clara Elisabeth Huntington a flag of distress is ashore eight miles In the Kitchen pAUKEKascno W Va Nov 1 The f300440- cows bulls and mixed 125 Living on tho borders of Arizona of Oregon The Fire Record As a kitchen clock the inventiou will outside sent from hereinlet Assistance 300 stockers and feeders lt5300 will be and Mexico as I have for nine years latest information from Lineoin eoanty The buxiness portion of Stonehoro Fa Sheep 275500 le popular with all honsekeeperi the scene of the double lynching con- Â¬ was dextrovod by fire entailing a loss of Mary the oook can do reminded that past I have had a good opportunity to Ilve Sailors Drnnned Lambs I435g575 75000 firms the first reports and adds to the The schooner Lizzie S Havnes lum- Â¬ see many things that most transient it is time to put the out meal on peel Sew York euoruiitr of the crime Green McCoy Fire in Armour Companys mammoth the potatoes aud warn her not to leave ber laden from Savuunah to Baltimore Wheat No 1 red winter SSe November people would pass by unnoticed The and Milt Haley the victims before packing houses at Kansas City did f 110000 111 e - too long iu the nvon In mauy has been wrecked ou Bodies Island S2c Mixed longer I stay the more I am impressed they were murdere t confessed that in niny msurec Corn other wsivs it is exported that the clock The captain and steward were bavod 41J41 Jc attempting to kill the Brumnelds they Oats No 2 mixed 35K36Xc Novem Â¬ with the unaccountable ways of the can le relied on us a director antl meutor five men were drowned The Heath Hole ber 84X The so- Â¬ descendants of the Aztecs were carrying out a written contract It will lo sevornl Five More Lost Hon Alexander Morris ex liutenant gov Â¬ iu the lroni ehohL iiut ie between them and certain parties ernor of Manitoba died Monday morning ciety lady of the peons if I may speak Toledo irontlis bef re the article is put on the The schoonor A E Blackman rolled whose names weienot given the eomid Witeat Quiet cash TOKo December of her as such has a way of doing up S S Tnomp am of Vermont widely war t an I Mr Edisju feels quito con over two miles out to sea The captain ttion for which was eVOO A band of known in railroad circles of the United fident of i j success Charles Edwards by the aid of a cork 81c May b5c - Cl her back hair that I have never seen leguiatoro it is claimed exist ia that States died Saturday at Frankfort ilieh jacket swam to New Inlet and was duplicated anywhere AERIAL NAVIGATION THE DECLINE OF ELOQUENCE neighborhood alio engage persons to He leaves a fortun of saved Tho remaining five of the crow eommit murder McCoy and Haley It is no less than to put a great clay Justice Miller Says It Is Confined to the were lost A Boston Machine Will Solve the Prob- Â¬ Labor Nutes were selected to kill the BmmtHdds crown on the top of hor cranium in lem It Is Claimed Ministry end the Press Hocking Valley coal miners havt The who were regarded a very obnoxious Bnt OHe Phtladhlphia Nov 1 At tho Uni- Â¬ Washington Oct Saved Superintend- Â¬ News comes from Boston that under which the hair is matted like pigs 1 he alleged lrnoiters were part of the studied tbe comparative advantages of strike 20 This crown wages taken their pick and gone back to tarian conference Jnstico Miller of tho ent Kimball of tho life saving bervioe the auspices of tho JErial Exhibition bristles in plaster posse that were uond acting McCoy and or United States supremo court spoke of received a telegram this morning stat Â¬ Association a stool air ship is about to reaches up say eight or nine inches SUiey to jail After the Brumtields had work haca attacked a party was formed to re the decay of eloquence A CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY ing that the life saving crew at Wash bo constructed upon the vacuum prin- Â¬ and looks like n great plaster cone venge lbemtele upon the iirumhelu It is really too bad said he that Woods Ya had hucceedod in rescuing ciple Tho ship is to bo constructed It serves a double purpose Not o- To Be Opened In Washington City A dozen of the party west assailant the talking is so confined to the minis- Â¬ one of the ore of the schooner Sim- Â¬ entirely of is it worn at evening thin plates of tho greatest only ters Four hours a day and nino mons which went ashore three days to the sheriff and tendered assistance to veraber 13 tho throughout but possible tensilo strength and thor- Â¬ partios escort McCoy and Haley to jaiL They Washisutox Nov 1 The Catholic months of the year I have to sit and ago Since that time the life savin wore accepted and the party started university will be dedicated on Nov 12 listen to all sorts of talk Then on men base been endeavoring to afford oughly braced inside by a new devel- Â¬ day Indeed the primary object of with the prisoners for the eouuty seat Tbe university will start with about Sundays I go to church and I have to the distressed seamen assistance The opment in scienco mechanics to resist tho mud cone wa3 to preserve the Ther were eomelled to remain over ofty students who have been selected listen and can do nothing else But it crew of the Simmons toak refuge in the pressure of tho atmosphoro when a head from the intense heat of tho Might at the honse of a mail named may console ministers to know the pul the rigging when tho vessel was southern sun Now howevor it is by the bishops throughout the United pithas become the last refuge of orat- wreckedrand all but the one saved be Â¬ partial vacuum is obtained The pro- Â¬ worn at evening balls and no lady Gerg B Frv states Tlte divinity ouilding the only ory-of moters of tho enterprise expect thoir Daring the night when the sheriff was that great art m which came exhausted from oold fatigue and Â¬ a deep the rest of the party took the one so far rinished is remarkable for nourished a Demosthenes a Cicero and hunger aud were va hed away machine to lift two hundred passen- Â¬ thinks herself recherche and in posiits masMveness and simplicity It is a Websier Â¬ Then they de prison ors to the woods gers and fifty tons of mail or other tively good form unless sho has hor Schooner Abandoned at Sea Eloquence is going out But there manded that they confess to the Jirum built of Georgetown gneiss rook the novel crown on The hair is matted It is an oracle that is taking the place of Ciiarlestox S C Oct SI The matter to say nothing of all tho ma- Â¬ and twisted and coiled all around in it ftetd warder and when the prisoners trimmings being Ohio sandstone story the twelve meu clubbed consists of a mam or central building public speaking It is the daily news- Â¬ schooner Mabel L Phillip lumbar chinery and apparatus with electrical and may be dopended on that it can told the it power sufficient to give a speed to the tham until they were insensible Then and two wingi the former running up paper The effect of the press upon all laden from this port for Philalolphia classes of pubic speaking is that it has is reported abandoned dismasted aud ship of at least seventy miles an hour not come loose and come tumbling they boat their beads nlmot to a jelly five storie anl the two latter four aad stntng tnem to a tree While hangÂ¬ The architecture i molern lioman E radically superseded it The press water logged in the tract of steamers During tho earlier trips no interme- Â¬ down and causo her any embarass as become the rival of the pulpit and aud an obstruction to navigation The ing their bodies were riddled with bal Â¬ esque finials of ment iu company The longer a cone The the pinnacles of the the platform and largely does their wreck was last seen northeast by cast of diate or steerago passengers will bo is worn the harder it gets and whon it lots The report that the lynchers went central taken Tho cost is estimated at two buildings and wings will be sur-Â¬ work Hatteras light to the jail is untrue as the bestaooounts say hundred and fifty thousand dollars has reached the age of a monthwould As Justice Miller was speaking a row say there were no h nchers except the mounted with ideal colossal alto relievo The Fifty First Congress it is as hard as a brick bat and supposed to be protectÂ¬ figure i of the ancient philosophers and of ministers were waiting in the ante posse who were nnd a National subscription is to be windows Cct 23 Senator John ing the prisoners That there will be the arcades of the ligures but will be room for their turn to dictate to tho H Washixcttok Oregon who has settled opened for tho purpose of secur Â¬ have to be smashed to pieces with a MitchelL of smaller typo writer advanco abstracts of their dis- Â¬ or that they adorned with similar any uprising of the people ing tho necessary funds Dr De slodgo if there were no other way is On are divided into factions and ready to in size arcadethe lower noor of tho build- Â¬ addresses for the uso of the newspapers down in Washington for the wintor be-Â¬ Bossuot covered This however happily cjrrido eten Is north and said is tho inventor lieves that the first session of the Fifty ajght is generally denied What gave ing an first congress will by reason of the to claim that his plans have the case GUATEMALAN rsse to the story u the foot that two of south its entire length xhe entrance REVOLUTION to this corridor many important questions national and had the approval of tho most emi-Â¬ Tho old Aztecs invented and the these nen bought quite a quantity ot a marble statuewill be surmounted with The Government Shooting or Christ On either Its Prisoners international that must necessarily nent scientific and engineering experts secret has been perpetuated in the ammunition this week at Huntington recop come up for consideration be the most Itrbcls Holding Their Orrn bat it was for proper purposes Mrs side of the main entrance are twoBishop no doubt raco a peculiar solution compounded For one Itrantaeld who was so brutally beaten tion rooms received of these Cnr op Mexico Nov 1 The Papel important of any siuco those sessions in tho country Thero is sooner or from wild plants which knocks the thatajrial navigation will Keane bos a fine painting of is said to be dying National publishes a telegram from during which tho great reconstruction Pope Leo A marble statue of the lon later becomo an accomplished fact but plaster topknot to smithereens It Guatemala saying that a revolution is measures were enacted opiomoa Virgin Mary will be placed in the main The senator is of that a it is very much open to question takes some timo to do it however X MSB alkmc THE HATFIELD MCOY FEUD corridor This statue is the gift of Mad Â¬ nolicy based on the free and and that tic Guatemalan government financial r whether either tho automobile balloon San Francisco Examiuor i ii i i l1 Another Uattle In Which a Woman is ame La Broux of Paris and cost 51 000 is shooting all prisoners Tho revolu demanded or tho vacuum sholl will bo tho suc- Â¬ lie says inai me present Killed and a Man Wounded tionists the dispatch says are hold- Â¬ Brig Fired by the Captain POSTAL NOMENCLATURE air ship of tho future but aud the treasury Philadelphia Nov 1 Tho second ing their own and arc aided by other coinage law the mints the producers of cessful bo far as wo can judgo at pres- Â¬ MitokW Va Nov 2 The operate unjustly on rather Queer Names of lost Omces In Various feud appears to have be mate steward and three seamen of the forces in the direction of the Mexican silver and maintains that foreign lead Parts of the Couutry ent a so f sustaiuing machine or a brig Clara Pickens of 1iovideuce which frontier come a war of extermination The mixed with silver ought to pay duty Ponco and Cain aro two villages motor driven by electricity derived was lost off Hatteras Cct 23 were BtamAeld family frenzied by the mar the senator Tho internal revenue Probably Not the Benders dor of Al liluraneld and his wife have picked up and brought here by the thinks Ls likely to be reduced if not en Â¬ from tho surface or tho Garth It whoro post offlcos havo boon estab- Â¬ St schooner MuUonL They have sighed a Monro Louis Nov 1 Mrs Almira tirely repeated seems as if inventors never would bs lished in Alabama whilo Rat Ryo and jowed the Hatfields raising the num Â¬ statement that the captain of tho Clnra nnd daughter Mrs Saah Eliza Will con- Â¬ convinced of the futility of the dirigible Urbanity have been discontinued Sas- Â¬ Beplymg to the question bers to iS9 men On Wednesday John Pickens Mr Eddy i e lire to tho vessel Davis passed through the city yester- Â¬ and Charles Ulumfield and George Hat before abandoning her and that sho day morning on thoir way to Labetto gress favor tho grautiug of subsidies toÂ¬ balloon of which the unfortunate safras is tho namo of a spicy Arkansas Senator Mitchcounty Kan aeW went to Huntington ealistoi would not have foundered Deputy Sheriff Dick seamdiip companies to go had In my judgment yes in tho termination of tho Campbell vonturo village whilo people who dosiro will about a dosen of their relatives shown any eeumauship He if ho very who had them in charge said ho was ell said to a now postal station in Alaska acted trade and enlarged has just afforded another oxamplo who work confident tho pair wero tho notorious interest of increased in the Chesapeake seeme 1 to and Ohio shops boaght about one hun Â¬ strangely and the vessel want something Mrs 3ender and hor daughter Kate commerce with our neighbjring nationsÂ¬ They aro misled by tho oaso with havo to havo thoir letters addressed to to happen to California has a choico dred repeating rides 135 revolvers and Mrs MoCann of Lansing Mich was especially our South American neigh- Â¬ which tho machine can bo hapdlod in i Wekofsky several thousand cartridges and load Â¬ also in tho party Sho claims to be a bors but such aids should not ba con a dead calm and will not realize that collection of new names Bitter Water A Morton Memorial to ono section of tho country but ing the goods into wagons started for Ihdianapolis Oct 2d A marblo daughter of one of the Bender victims fined ina breeze it becomes comparatively Calabasa Sorosi and Simiopolis make Â¬ f eotiou should be the scene of the feud bust of Oliver P Morton has been re-Â¬ The prisoners declare she is not in her each sea ooastjdies grantel and includa powerless N Y Mail and Express a splendid quartte Tourtolotte and with any sub While at supper that night sear the ceived by the Morton family from sculp- Â¬ right mind an 1 that there is nothing ed in Bovina nro Colorado offices Dakota view to strengthening trade relations farm house of Mrs James Browru who tor Simmons of Kome Italv A A in the charges preferred by her Ono of the lazlo3t men In the coun- Â¬ as becomes a newly admitted State is between all sections In this connec- Â¬ was bora a Hatfield the party was fixed McKain of this city is tTreparing a tion a lino or lines of steamers between try Is John Curtis who is serving a selecting names for its new omcos from Natural Gas Failure The Hatfields re granite polestal for it nnf tho statuo at from ambush Wabash Iiid Oct 81 The citizens South America Valparaiso for intanca threo years sentence in tho State among those who advocated its admis- Â¬ tamed the volley but in the darkness will he placed in positian at the crave and Portland Ore or Puget eound prison at Salom Ore Curtis worked c ald not see with what result John of the war governor in Crown Hill by of Somerset a town ten miles is getting rid of its old Terri- Â¬ indeed lumfte4d their leader was wounded Nor 5 whioh is the anniversary of his south of this city were startled Tues Â¬ or San Francisco or wheneverall three Â¬ in tho foundry and about three months sion and the subtorial names reminiscent as they wero should be considered an d after the firing Mrs Brown was death Tho height of the memorial day morning wLen the fires in their ago took off his boots on tho plea with tho names bestowed by cow natnrul gas stoves went out InvestiÂ¬ ject is up f j and lving dead in her house with a when completed will be ton feet Representative Lewis E Payson of that th8y hurt him and then burned punchers whose idea of the ridiculous gation showed that the gns in the great ballet through the neck The excite- A Wabash Wreck XLont here is intense and the governor Jumbo woll which supplies the town Illinois speaking on thoI outlook for his foot so severely that ho was laid was very keen look for an up When tho burn was healing ho s7 Tho fast east and which had beeu sunk thirty feet the next congress said Wabash Ind Oct will be asked to send troops here The warm olimato of Georgia booste bound passenger train on the Wabash into Tiouton rook had given out com- Â¬ extiemely interesting not to say put vinogar on it and aggravated It of an Arctic town whilo Sinkor is tho stormy session of congress I think DISHONORED BY HER FATHER wreaked Thursday night at Kellers pletely was Not a smell of the fluid re-Â¬ the organization will be effected with to prevent its getting wolL Tho namo of a village in Idaho five miles west of hero by a misplaced Who Will Probably laj for III Horrible switch No one was killed but several mained This is the first powerful woll ont serious difficulty because the con- Â¬ prison physicians threatened him and Tho people of Illinois woro so glad that lias failed in this section of In- Â¬ Crime With IIU Life Curtis munaged to cure the around passeogers and trainmen had marvelous diana Another well will bo put down test so far has been a good natured one to get new postal faollltlos that they and will continue so l have no doubt was set at work again Ho worked Yorsesrowx O Nov 2 Last night escapes from death and some were at once Of course we in Illinois are allfor Mr four days and then with a hatchot cut did not Btop to complete tho names Chase Edmunds a butcher upon enÂ¬ slightly injured The cars were and sent them out as Lis and Mac Talmages New Church Begun Cannon for BDeaker and earnestly and discovered his wife wrecked tering his residence whilo I am not prepared to givo any off his left hand It took two blows Nail and Cheok nre two villages in the and her father John McOreery a white Knocked Out In Two Hounds One cut through tho fleshy part of tho Indian Territory Talmage turned the first shovelful oK figures I think hU ohaucos are good Fritz Snider and iiure4 man Li years old iu aoom- ARABLES CaL Nor 1 Pete earth for the foundation of the new tab-- as ue is tne leading wostorn cannnaio Los baud tho other clean through tho MoBrayer represent tho ruling popu- Â¬ Tj8 couple at McOoy of Boston knocked out Ed ernacle at 4 Lai mg jiositiox oclock yesterday afternoon and I think the wesi will shiud togethor wrist joint Ho confessed that bo did lation in three Kentucky places China u escape when Ediaunds Cuff of San Francisco in two rounds e iu support of Mr Cannon were presIt to avoid work N Y Sun and after beat Thursday night The fight lasted just A large gathering of peoplepronounced - ultimately in u i ms fatiiar-m-laf is located in Michigan and Minnesota enu ino reverend doctor PREHISTORIC WORKSHOP ru tri iby threw him doira the four and one quarter minutes i benediction over the upturned soil and Tho story comes from Leighton boasts of its Short Lino Park Mis- Â¬ luxri hm n J eoaing ia coatoot with men delivered an address lie was fol- Â¬ DUcovercd In Massachusetts on Marblc Miss that John Davis while hunting souri contains Lost and Clio Raten is Thirty Three Lives Ixt at Sea a aw and the force of the blow break hcad Book Liverpool Oct 2 News is received lowed by Kev Lyman Abbott of Ply Â¬ the other day shot and killed a snako in Nebraska whilo Rodstono takes Its hi ikui nnd other rhastiaing his wife Edmunds here that the British ship Bolan from mouth church singing by clergymen Â¬ Bcston Nov 1 Considerable inÂ¬ of tho moccasin variety that measured namo from the granite hills ot New and there was the Taber- terest is expressed over au important cf iiisdia iouaWl bouse and sent au Calcutta for Liverpool Los foundered Now York is provided sixteen feet five inches in length and Hampshire find of a prehistoric workshop ou Mar twonty ono inches in circumference ajntev there who found ther oil mau at sea nnd hoc orew of thirty three perÂ¬ nacle choir with a Bost an Echo and a Jay vlllo Itussla Growing Uneasy biehead rock The rock is of volcanic u g a j i had him eoaveyed to the sons were drowned and Wharf aro the names of two Davis monster that about St Petbbsbdbo Oct sa The Rus Â¬ f jiuiitiou preeipitoas and summit fonr It was suchtoa skin and stuff Mr While Stem offlces in North Carolina and i s iaL Mrs Edmanus said she had po3t aro concluded crisis c -sian press in commenting upon tho acret in extent Near tho el to thedrinking beoaaseisher LoxdoxWholesale Evictions 21 Oct 28 Two companies of steady inereose in the efficiency of Ger-Â¬ three depressions supposed to bo cra performing tho operation bo found a Scrub Ego and Twin havo Ohio writ She ftiicx u d been yea s oil and has four children Har infantry and a detachment of 150 polioo manys arms urges the St Petersburg ters That nearest tne summit is nine- Â¬ Mexican gold coin secreted among Us ton after them on envelopes Wosh carso here ten days ago from have been oredred to Limerick to assist government to at once odd largely to ty feet in ciroimfereuce and filled with vitala that was issued In 162i l tngton Post r in oxtensivo evictions about to be un the strength of he Russian artUlery I 7 earth and vegetation Copt J H dcrtakea there and lire Ills Companions to Kill Him They Lear II 1m Befclnl The Xext Day Another I to Dl The Two Sarriror Finally Kaeh Civilization Almost Dead Sax Pkajjcboo Nov 1 The follow isfC advice have been rtceirod from Alaska br steamer Three snail ikiteehmeate of aw bava rotarmsd tfaie fall from the Yukon The seaatMl braoght word that they passed a beat lying on the beach with bo one to 3Ii Lies Doirn state ln Daniel Evans was stabbed to death by W 1L Gray at Bala Kan Sunday after Â¬ noon The New York Times thinks MeKinley will be chosen speaker on a complimentary And Several Wounded Battle Between Judge Lewis and the Howards rnfEviLLE Ky Nor 1 Nowa has reached horo that Jndgo Lewis camo up with Howard aud hig gang Wednes- Â¬ day on Martins Fork and killed six and wounded quite a number of the Howard gang without losing a man Three of tho men killed were named Hall ono by tho namo of Whit lock tho other two names not learned Judge Lewis and fifty well armed men took dinuor near tho camp of J P Meyer Company on tho Louisvillo and Nashville extension about thirty miles beyond Cumberland Gap last moved to a depth of two feet disclosing he site of a workshop Largo quantities of rude stone imple- Â¬ ments fashioned either for war or the chase were brought to light in a stained and corroded condition Down deep in tho earth were found many large and toughly gotten out lance and spear heads There wore found great stocks of unused hammer stones whioh had been sorted out and placed in little heaps Others of these stones were scarred up their well battered ends and tho great mas of stone chippings about showing effects of innumerable blows they had dealt the hard feldsite quartz and sienite in tho making of arrow spear and lanco heads CASTLES IN THE AIR A Minneapolis Engineer Who Wants to CONCERNING COFFEE I FULL OP PUN Delicious Summer Brinks from the Fra ballot Friday 0iltot It a Ift Â¬ -- 1 -- 24e Â¬ B B 1 Scientists tell us that tho cock-J J J B B roach has 300 teeth Tho pleasures ot colTeo aro by no Some men aro born great soma means dissipated in tho warm season when hot coffeo is not needed us u rchievo greatness and somo can curvo means of defying tho discomfort of a ball Chicago Tribune OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC Somo reckless statistician reckons cold weathor Cold cotTeo is a de- Â¬ that ono Briton in ovory forty fivois licious boverago when woll made Coffeo ico made of strong coffeo frozen afflicted with red or reddish hair It is evident that tho earth Is in a freezer nnd served iu cups with whipped cream is a dainty dessert or a fominine from hor persistency in re- Â¬ convenient part of tho afternoon tea fusing to disclose her ago Tcxaa monu coffeo soda is a peculiar sum- Â¬ Sittings 0F Transferable Mary I should bo mer drink and few people accustomed to tho morning cup of coffee make any dolighted had I as much hair as you Well mum yoz can borry it at any difference on account or tho wonthcr in this most important feature of the toimo yoz loike First Littlo Girl Do you live in breakfast table An expert in colleo maintains that the best coffee is made a flat I thought they didnt tako chil- Â¬ in tho old fashioned tin coffee pot dren In Hate How did you get in of his own selection for which he paid ESarsifBfl I was horned in Dont give me auy new patent ar Â¬ Second Little Girl CASH and got liberal discounts that rangement for malting coffeo he says It has been found that a nickol tho old tin pot is the only kind of plated bullet will go plump through a he proposes to give to his customers cooking utensil that preserves the man where ono without will stop aroma and the full flavor of tho short and England will hereafter coffee nickel plate all hor bullets Miss Falrandforty Doctor that After the coffee has been boiled and settled pour it in good strength upon a is the second wronc tooth youve pulled cup half filled with cream and hot out Dentist Very sorry madam INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE milk Most truo coffee epicures have but as you had only three when I be- Â¬ a beverage prepared with full strength gan Ill get thn right one next time N Y Ledger that will givo a delicious aroma and a truo but delicate flavor to a cup of rich A Kensington Pa dentist propped cream and boiled milk Few who en- Â¬ a patients mouth open to fill a tooth joy the drink realize the processes nec- Â¬ and then to divert his mind told a joke essary for its preparation or under Â¬ from one of the funny papers so vividly stand the many interesting circum- Â¬ thut the patient gave a snort of laugh HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES stances connected with its market tor that blow his filling clear out of Even the berry with its associations the window WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS with tropical countries suggests many Mr Hibred What do you sup- Â¬ peculiar facts in regard to people and pose the bard referred to when ho politics Inquiring of wholesale rop wrote of tho slippered pantaloon reoontutivo dealers of tho city whethor Mrs Slapdash Really I havo no tho emancipation of slaves in Brazil idea Littlo Robbie I bet you I jc THE had affected the coffee supply from that know Mrs S My son you wore country ono learns that as the slaves not spoken to Truth were pledged to complete the years Good morning Mr Tho Grocer OLDEST CLOTHIER crop after tho emancipation no differ Oatcake What brings you back to once in tho trade has been noticed the city eo soon Farmer Oatcake although thero are rumors of a de-Â¬ And knows precisely what you want Waal Im going to have a good many crease in next years supply Tho crop more summer boarders than I expect Â¬ from Brazil has been especially large ed so you might send mo ten mora this year cases o canned vegetables Puck Pauls An odd feature in the coffee trade is Tho Court How is this Mr the difference between European and Johnson The last time you wero hero Amorican taste People of Europe de- Â¬ you consented to be sworn and now mand tho coffee from Central America you simply make affirmation Mr and tho West Indies while Americans Johnson Woll yo Honah do reason have a decided preference for Java am dat I spects I aint quite so suah coffee According to American taste about de facts ob dis caso as de odder the best cup of coffee is Java mixed Life with Mocha The thirty other vaTeacher Tho earth you know rieties common in the trade are of is round Johnnie No it aint its many qualities from the coarse Li square cause the Bible says so berian to the delicate peaberry of Teacher Nonsense Johnnie the Java Yes it Biblo says no such thing Modern invention in machinery has does Our minister road yesterday -- A PROFUSION OF not had a more attractive field than in about tho four corners of the earth Hogton and round things dont have corners the preparation of coffee A firm which roasts 50000 pounds of Drakes Magazine coffeo a day has a machine for milling Bunco Steerer to Farmer Isnt tho berry sorting it and roasting this Mr Swansdown of Grayneck Five or six years ago seven eighths of Corners Farmer Thats me the American housekeepers used to Bunco Steerer My name is Jim roast their own coffee but now 95 per Sharper son of old man Sharper the EXTENSIVE LINE OF cent of the coffee consumed is roasted banker in your town Farmer by machinery and is supplied in a Your looks dont show it but by delicate even brown tint that delights gosh Jim Im glad to see you I the fastidious eye Bather peculiarly dropjied into Wall street to day and Iho average American drinks about youve got to help me git back to the the same amount of coffee now that Corners or Ill have to walk Har AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN jTrantJDrowa Berry oiuurr mm i el k 20000 WORTH CLOTHING STOUFFER LsjfBst iniUUelgUiiilW STOUFFER BICIOID Ikk h hh ktmk Elegant Prince Alberts Nobby Cutaways New Cute in Sacks HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES UNDERWEAR NECKWEAR U pors Weekly s 9laS9 m t V 15a Sj WOMEN IN INDIA Tho Irksome Restriction to Which Ther Are Subjected -- - The Hindoo women travel as lightly as the men but the two sexes are never put into the same cars There are closed cars on all of tho trains for high caste Hindoo women and thes5 have windows of blue glass in the first and second classes whioh permit the women to look out but which prevent the men from looking in These wom- Â¬ en come to the depot in closed chairs and as they go to the train they pull their shawls about their faces though their ankles and calves covered with gold or silver bracelets often show In some of the cars the windows of tho womens compartments aro so fixed with shutters that there can be no looking out and in tho train which carried me to Darjeeling there was ono cnr covered entirely with canvas as thick as that of a circus tent This contained Hindoo women who as they rodo up the Himalaya mountains through the finest scenery in the world were thus shut in the stuffy darkness of this tent like car saw no more of the grandeur of the nature about them than they would have seen had they been tied up In so many leather bags and sent along as mail One of tho greatest roads iu India is the East Indian railway This railway ha3 a curious method of investing a percentage of the wages which it pays its hands which is found to work both to tho advantago of tho railway and tho employes Wages aro very low In India but through this method many of tho employes havo become rich All of tho hands who recolve over 30 rupees or 10 a month havo to pay 2 per cent of their earnings into a cer- Â¬ tain fund They can pay as much more than 2 por cent as thoy please Tho road receives tho money pays inferos t on it and upon their leaving tho serv- Â¬ ice honorably gives them back double tho amount thoy havo paid in with in- Â¬ terest This seems incredible but I am assured it is so An English clergy- Â¬ man told me that ho knew a railroad employe who wont in at 10 a month and who wi 1 soon take out 5000 This method was ontored into at the time the railroad was huilt The managers wero hard up for capital and they wished to bind their hands to them The company Is now prosperous and it koep3 up tho samo system Cor N Y World A BF 3 IIS eslsFralis gM u IB J KTO 7 STOUFFER FIRST SiEHSTrp 8 jpilif wis mis warn 81 LiiiL -- DO THE PRICES OF- - S7W H J STRBNG Wipe Out Competition And lo dav I am recognized as the friend of all who want JtKll My store is crowded daily with cti ro t GOODS AT LOW PEICES e ers who recognize me as the leader in everything I handle ahl DESTROYER OF BIG PRICES I will give you a few samples oi ur - Calicoes 5 cents per yard Heavy Brown Cotton G cents per rl Good Bed Flannel 20 cents per yard Good Canton Flannel bT cents per yard Good Jeans 20 cents per yard 36 Inch Henriettas 2o cents per yard Handsome Dress Goods at 10c Per Yard When you Beautiful Side Band Dress Patterns at 650 a pattern arc through looking over our immense stock of Dry Goods it will le of great benefit to jou not to neglect our TREMENDOUS iStock of Glothin Good Overcoat Bru Missionarys Odd Freak up to 2500 frutn 500 up to 82w50 Giod Soils uf Clothes GimhI Suit- - ior Boys Irom 300 up to 1060 GhkI Overcoats lor Bys from 200 up Jo from 2 50 12 i I I i i BEAUTY A genlloman recently from tho Con- Â¬ OTJU CLOTHING VTOCKIS I MARVEL go who was in New York lost week told this story of tho doings of an and is hyoud question the best stock and cheapest one in tlin city American missionary on the river who has mado himself tho talk of tho white settlement He did his level best to induce tho nativos among whom ho had sottledto wear clothes liko white folks Tho conservative blacks failed irom to discern why tho scanty apparol they is a beautv embracing every style and quality conceivable woro was not adequate to their needs up to Handsome Plushes at 40 We have New Markets at 500 and they respectfully declined to wear everything that one can imagine for Ladies Mieees awl Children hi inoro clothos Finally tho missionary Long Cloaks Jackets Sucques Etc Dont fail to give our Cloak told them ho had como there to ba ono look of them and if thoy would not con- - Department a form to his standards ho must doscend The noxt timo he held a to thoir meeting tho nativos woro immensely We Have SadeUnnsnal Esertions in Our Boot and Shoe Line astonished to seo tho white man appear Boys Boots Irom 1 W among them wearing nothing but a Wo havo Mens Boots from 200 up to 500 breech clout Somo white men who u pwnrds LadiessShoes at all prices and we will wtve every purcha cr happened along a few days later per- Â¬ money that will give our Boots and Shoes a look It will pay you suaded tho gentleman that it would conduco to his comfort and hq would do just as much good if ho resumed his customary garb N Y Sun Wrong Use of Liberty of OTJlt LINE OF CAHrPET never was better In styles and prices w -- lsiw S-l it Liberty is greatiy extolled but thero is a possibility in our extending it to the broadest conceivable latitude of exorcising it to the detrimont of our own souls and the souls of others There are things which may not bo coatrary to law but which neverthe- Â¬ It is possi- Â¬ less aro not expedient ble for a man to exorcise his liberty till ho shall bs enslaved by ovil habits It is not wise to drivo to the edge of a proclplco to provo how adroit one is And itls pos- Â¬ in escaping destruction sible for his venturesomoness to prove contagious and while he may escape those who imitate him destruction vill be imperiled and destroyed tSiristian Inquirer a No line has been noslecled We aim to make every department UNDLU HATS AND CAPS in large quantities specially in itself u u WEAR in profusion Blankets Shawls ami everything that is attentive clerks ally kept in a first class houte We hnve polite and We want to be kept busy Dont hesitate to come and price our gfds m If you dont want to buy you may later Just come along and be J Tidal Wave t the von if you like the Music Prices made by the Dont Jorget tfwt 100 at our again it will be money in your pocket a store will go as fur as 200 will at any other store The Tidal holds forth at K H J STRENGS mjif Main Street 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