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J w icxA n - flBTO e0m jf volume ATTORNBYS L T BURXAM J TT RXEJS A T LA Xa V mi tP RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 5W sgpH J i r nt Shows thyco w 1m m h J rnc Uaa IateJ 3 i J otct ST II btc Sj Ji zJzZ I 22 in XV NOVEMBER 13 1889 NUMBER V I ELEGTION ous States Tuesday - Kmjtvcky I Vari- Â¬ i A j BurwMi8 Bulimng Mrst Hair They Resulted in the si LLIVAN TTOSXBr A T LA IV Kbktocky Democrats Carry Ohio By a Majority of About lOOOO Foraker Congratulates Campbell on HI Illeotion Democrats Carry Virginia Ioira Xcw York Maryland and Sew Jeney Ilepublieans Massachusetts 1ennKj I rati In and Nebraska OourxMK Nor The Democrats of Obio now realize that the von a bigger viotorr Tuesday than they theeght they had Chairman Neal of the State Democratic Executive oom BHttee chums tiie election of the entire ticket by afe majorities In the eolloetion of the first returns F rvt Slrfgttwmo iw fermwiy oe i i3 JiMlge MMtar s ioulll - - - KWTCCKY 1LNTALMJRGEKY ri A tt ILKES SMITU rC TA L SURGEON - KENTUCKY v giz - Deratie Sml m neu Srt l kV IM acwwurj- M w BmldlMt Mftfw 1 OAw - i AlnKiiAX 71 VZ DD wr S KENTUCKY street V i KLLD D D S m - KENTVCKT IiilrlANS P7J s S 1 1irtXTZ i GOVERNOK 1XDSURGBON Kkktucky -- i J reel xs4 M 1 Whites Drag s 1A D B lUfHON KLVTlCK Prac i rpriBme aiiBSHrgMyf KCKTICK i nfur k only the vote on the head of the ticket was oonsidered and as it was thought that Foraker8 defeat was due to the BorateLing of his name the election of any other Democrat was hardly looked for by evea the Democrats themselves Chairman Keols private information Ehows that the rest of the Democratic state ticket has followed the head of the ticket andxhe sava he is sure that the whole has been elected by pluralities ranging from 5000 to 8000 Ho plaoos Campbells plurality at 10000 lou may say sail he that this committee has positive knowledge that nineteen Democrats have been elected to the state senate and seventeen Re publicans while sixty Democrats have been elected to the house and fifty four Republicans so that we have a majority in the general assembly of 8 on joint ballot giving us tho United States sen Â¬ Governor Poraker declined to sav anything concerning his defeat He was seen br the United Press reporter immediately after he had sent a tele gram of congratulation to Mr Camp bell and seemed very happy in his de Â¬ feat although declining to talk about it Chairman Coujrer of the Republican ejeeontive committee said he was aston Â¬ ished at the result and had nothing to say in explanation It was a surprise Supreme Court Clerk Hester thinks he is laved from the wreck as he ran ahead of Ids ticket in Hamilton county It now seems certain that Campbells plurality will run over 80t0 and may reach 12000 Still the surprises of the eleetion have been so many and great that CoL Keal s estimate is now acquiesced in by Republicans without Â¬ J E CAMPBELL D O TER ator il V i - 8i 1 it ear Mata urgn im I MXii ad Tuir A iris V S R E K NIUCK A tohim j UieMMIe - owHr 1 u4rV ltnie Slo f on iNtan ki pro S- - - wuriiM - D AXD SURGEON Kmttucky ninal rli m Xtht pab- 8- - l K i J IKTCIUER A XAXO SURGEOX Kkktucky 3S- luidinKMata Street - H n HUT lb Rivea M D V A XV unmUMUfoC ttaMee ixxly in SURGEON KumxKY OH Main Btrnt BalldtoR - mud f wiawmeoptiil Mnfdt aad l li i V s 110LTON Physician and Surgeon - Homeopithic J D i4-u- M - HricMs -- w- - II iiiroiunte f wowimi Miien peal HfHMK MiXTUCKT 9M t mM controversy CoL Conger conceded Campbells eleetion at about noon It was a strug- Â¬ gle for him to do so for all night long there had been anxious figuring on the pitiless returns and with almost natbetic clinging to the last shred of hope Republicans sought for hours to ward off the certainty of defeat by buoy ing eaeh other up with the admonition to wait for the rural counties and the Western Reserve But the promised rescue never came Long before day light the experts had acknowledged de- Â¬ feat but it wits tliousrht right that the publie acknowledgment of the disaster should be left to the chairman of the committee to make Governor Poraker himself had no belief in his election af Â¬ ter 10 oclock Tuesday night As soon as the chairman of the Re Â¬ publican state committee had conceded Campbell s election Governor Poraker sent the following telegram to his Columbus O Kov S Hob James E CampbaH Hamilton O To the full extent that a defeated candi Â¬ date can do so with propriety allow me to offer ray eoagratulatfoits and aware you it will give n pleasure to extead you every court y 1 can show you In connection with your raauKuratrion and the commeBoemeBt of your aamrafetratfoR J B Fokaker shot was fired from his house Other Fitzgerald County Democrat arid Re Â¬ witnesses substantiated this side of the publican story but the mayor hold the general MISSISSIPPI in 300 bond for shooting with intent to kill Democratic No Opposition Jaoksojt Miss Nov 6 So little in- Â¬ PENNSYLVANIA terest was felt in tho election there be- Â¬ Republican Light Vote Cast ing no opposition to the Democratic Philadelphia Nov C Tho only ticket that tho executive committee did state o3toer voted for in Pennsylvania notprovido for roturns as heretofore was state treasurer The candidates Five counties having local dissontions were Henry K Boyer Republican Ed Â¬ enjoyed some little excitement but ward A Bigler Democrat and James otherwise tho election was unusually Unfavorable T Johnson Prohibitionist A light quiot and uninteresting vote not cast Very little interest n as weather made the vote oven lighter than manifested the election of Boyer by a was anticipated decided majority being a foregone con- Â¬ WYOMIMG clusion Hart Republican for state Snow Causes a Light Vote treasurer in 18S7 had a plurality of 45315 Returns from twenty sovon CiiErEXNE Wy T Nov C Owing counties including Philadelphia show to a heavy fall of snow and bad roads a net Repubhoan gain of about 25000 the Wyoming voto Tuesday on tho Borers plurality will certainly exceed adoption of the constitution was light 00000 The voto will aggregate looOO with loss Philadelphia Nov 7 Reports of than 1000 against the constitution elections from all the counties do not In Chicago materially alter the estimated figures Chicago Nov C Tho result of tho already announced Boyors plurality for state treasurer according to the election in this Cook county is TheÂ¬ Democrats elect ten county commislatest oomputation is K231 sioners and tho Republicans five Stephens Republican is electod re- Â¬ KANSAS corder over Crawford Democrat Labor Prohibition Made the Issue by 1040 majority Kansas Crrr Nov O Tho elections All The States Summed Up in Kansas were for county offices only 7 New Yoke Tho New In most oases the issues were of a pure- Â¬ Sun thus sumsNov the result of tho YorkÂ¬ up ly local character In some of tho tion In almost everv state and eleccity counties however those which contain the large cities tho campaign was where votes were cast Tuesday substan- Â¬ fought on the issuo of there submission tial Democratic gains resulted New of the prohibitory amondment to a vote York state which last year gave Harrison of the people This issue was forced a plurality of nearly 15 00 J over Olevo Â¬ sec in most cases by the Democrats al- Â¬ land elects this year a Democraticabout though it was inoluded in a few remote retary of stato by a majority of instances in the Republicans platform 25000 and diminishes the Republican In Now In Kansas returns are slow in coming majority in tho legislature in and this year tho elections being York city the Democratic majority is local the lesults arc not returned to any larger than it has been for several years NewJorsoy has electod Leon Abbott one place or person so tnat it is im possible to suminarizo them at this by one of tho largest majorities it has time and it will be three or four given in a long time The Democrats days before full returns can be col retain the assembly having made a slight gain there but ther have lost the lected senate The prohibition vote of which MARYLAND considerable seems to have been ex- Â¬ pected in somo quarters was insignif- Â¬ Democratic llepubllcan Gains icant Boughman Baltimore Nov C In Pennsylvania the election of Democrat for comptroller gets s000 in Boyer Republican for secretary of the stata The Democrats elect twelve state wa3 a forogono conclusion first branch and seven second branch In Maryland Democratic gains arc re- Â¬ men and the fusionists ten first branch ported throughout the state The legis and four second brauuh men This is a lature is Democratic uy a goou ma gain of one first branch man by the jority insuring the election of a United Democrats senator to sucoeed Senator Wil- Â¬ The state legislature as indicated by States son the latest returns will stand Senate for In Virginia McKinney Democrats lo Republicans 8 House governor has been electedDemocrat by a majority 35 a Democrate 50 Republicans of at least 30000 Tho Democrats have Republican gain of four senators aud elected both branches of the legislature thirteen delegates and will havo tno thirds on joint In Italtlmore ballot The total vote in Baltimore for mayor In Ohio tho united Democrats made a Daviufcoa was Democrat 40184 gallant light and swept everything bo Stairs fusion 37340 Ijichelberger They elected their state lore them Prohibition 083 Democratic plurality ticket by a Democratic increase of xuoro Clevelands plurality in 18S3 than 25000 votes They also carried tho 2951 was o 015 legislature which elects a United States Baltoiors Mil Nov C Tho latest senator returns from throughout the state indi Â¬ In Iowa tho Democrats elected the cate that the Democrats will have a ma entire state ticket by about 7000 jority in the state senate and house of THE PRESIDENTS VIEWS delegates but not so large as in the last legislature lie Does ot Think the Klectiou Result Affects Ills Administration IOWA Washington Nov 8 An evening Probably 10000 Democratic publishes tho following state Â¬ Moixss C Lata reDsshow theIowa Nov of the entireÂ¬ paper which it is understood is auÂ¬ ment election turns does not reÂ¬ The Democratic state ticket by a majority thorized defeat ofpresident gard tne the Republican party prolwtbly exceeding 10000 Boies seems slightly ahead of the balance of the in Virginia Ohio and Iowa as involving While of ticket The Republicans adroit a net the administration result is he is is as sorry that tho loss of 8000 and if the ratio of gain is course surprised Tho result in it Iowa he kept up that Boies Democrat will be he is not atrnbutes to the temperance issue elected by J 300 plurality the and to the unpopularity of Republicans claim tho legislature candidates with the farmors one ofdoes The He good majority by a not take the responsibility for Mahones Dbs Moises Ioara Nov 7 Com- Â¬ candidacy in Virginia but I10M3 that plete returns from niaety five counties whatever assistance and support ho and the remaining four estimated the gave Mahone was not more than ho same as two years ago shows tliat Boies would havo given any nominee of tho has 5laj plurality The party Mahone was in no sense person Democm official roturns wili undoubtedly in- Â¬ all v his candidate crease this majority lo about 7000 The He attributes tho result in Ohio to cutue state ticket lieutenant gqyernor tho opposition of tho voters on general Â¬ justice of the supreme court superin principles to the election of any man to tendent of public instruction and rail Â¬ an ollice for a thiid term He regards eleoteX Repub Â¬ it a protest against a third term for way commisMoner is licans claim the legislature by 8 ma- Â¬ Foraker and against the idea in general jority in joint ballot but Democrats do of a third term He does notfeel that not concede more man o the voters were passing a verdict upon the National administration NEW JERSEY -Â¬ adli a ifwd Mm1dWi ari tm J T Ji MXiiS - GIIiSON SurgeMis KKUTUCKY Physicians aa j taw t or Allae A MeS I - L Al LIZ H I X A XD SURGEON KnrrvcK tv m s ilTi R i nil Gas mi i i MUa Mtret itmntmf 1 ng apiifaUrk I Mr Campbell wired the following polite reply from Hamilton Hob J B Moraker Goreraor of Ohio Permit roe to thank you most heartily for I accept oardial teitjgram juut received with high appreciation your tender of cour tnrirai apoa the occasion referred to Jambs E Cahpbkll CampbaHs plurality in Hamilton coaaty is VtHS Schneider and Dunn are the only successful Republican con didate Mccarty nut k i sad Stcaa Fitting ji 8oint h G Vrk All H u wint v s i- - Hay Not Have Lost All O Ndv 8 Thursday Bight when the Republican headquar Â¬ ters closed Secretary Dea no sal he had information which led him to believe that the entire Republican state ticket with the exception of Foraker and pos Â¬ sibly lieutenant governor liad been oleeted by majorities ranging from 2 GOO to 6000 CoLDiiBOS VIRGINIA CRAPS 5 coins rcliitects Block Cincinkati EYBROWtf O Alkxaxdbia Va 2ov C All dis Â¬ patches receiveS report continued in-MAiiiail TlAmndrah iTOina Great Democratic Gain A diepatoh from Salt ille Ya in the uoki fi r t soutnweaiem part oi uiu owio UiiMiMCH Mtoeullv the Republicans were expsctod to make n li iIihkhhI MHixvilta M feays thai the Klnth con- Â¬ irr hiiiI OwiiiviIIp large gains district gives JIcKinney gressional more than 20iW majority a gain of mere than 1900 Richmond Ta Nor T Out of one TURKEYS hundred conntios in this state seventy nine have been heard from Out of fourteen cities roturns nave oeen reÂ¬ Every city and ceived from rE U Juilc countv show a nine for jMcKinnoy over gain 1 III t Pru IT Vru 11 Â¬ far the 188a i j j r n nrt aiKHii Noveuiuei the vote ofelected Thusmembers Demo to the 70 crats have 3 mi want twentv iliou and house of delegates and 29 to the senate j 4u market price iie of the last legislature I ier Save yotir ttirtreys The composition fr ires H6use oo xtsmocraK V ilcpS 18 25 licans senate 20 Democrats 14 Repub lisans The latest estimate of the voteÂ¬ of the state gives MbKinney 80000 ma 1 WANTED - 1 ij feSnM0FfEFE0 W 5 i vif-j jority -- - lT cvP0a tifii1cf e a ar TrnZr V MBES CATARRH REMEDY tew 1V an InMmVlit u a fm k 1 ttiA IIm1 WW iv umv u uio uuitnan -vi of Catarrh Headaehe o08 dlscaarKes lalflag Into nea profuse watery and aerid throat expectoT7lrcni ot ciearlnebreatn oQenslve rauve matter pres-fc- -- theso lymptoms likely to be tat i if ThouauidaorcasegnsuUlnooa Lrri P caa m Brave h1 Pellet Dote areifi0 btofiWeadacho UUIoaa Headache molBestion BioSCo1PaUol deraageHKaiU ot Ouo cawetQ ttS2f5MatlverP all S5 nV Xxuri VBaSllT SSXivPf vt vmoi mo wum auwa ouc - The Original- InrrnDitio UlltnriLLs BraaHestcheap sZ a Uy tteitacuand aaBichandbowtla eta omgKlsta A number of telegrams of congraula tion have been received by Chairman Gordon and Secretary Barbour among them tho following New Yobk Nov Hon John S Barbour I congratulate yoa and thapeopte of your state on your victory KewYork is Demo cratic and Ohio in doubt both as to gov ersor d legislatare Calve 8 Bmcx Slalione Arrested Paesmisbubo W Va Nov G Ma hono was orrosted Tuesday night for The shooting a man named Harrison Democrats centered their demonstration in front of JIahones house There was firing and Harrison was hit ho declared it was done by Bntler Slahono An im Â¬ mense crowd followed as he was taken Tho idea to tho station house seemed to bo to dear Butler and fasten the shooting on Senator Mahone Mahone said ho was sitting Gen in his library when a crowd of drunken hoodlums came into his yard and com Â¬ menced firing To protect his house he seized a gun and rushed out buLno Â¬ One AV1I1 Quarrel No aiore Children on Marriage TIIE BIBLES HISTORY New York Nov 11 Schihioto Jugi Children are the keenest of observers go stabbed and killed Mnra Commi and the moat practical deducers indeed early this morning in tho boarding houso No 4 James straat Both men WONDERFUL FACTS AND FIGURES their deductions are often morse aston Â¬ ishing than agreeable to their elders are Japanese sailors and had a quarrel ABOUT THE DIVINE BOOK Though we laugh we do not always en- Â¬ in regard to shipping on a vessel Ju gigo is under arrest joy having our weakness revealed to us The Early Compilers St Jerome and Ills by the babbling of babes CONDENSED TELEGRAMS Work The Translators and the Many Six little children were at play and Minor Events and Little Happenings at Bibles They Published When tho Divis- Â¬ whether it was that they grew tired of Various Places familiar games or that that innate prin ion Into Verses Took Place Prevalence of hydrophobia is causing a It is not frood for man to be reign of terror in Saline county SIo Two thousand one hundred and seven-- ajne craved expression they deter- Lewis James was jailed at South Bend ty rour years ago in the year 28o IS CJ mined to have a edding John 3ged 8 Ind for trying to burn the town of Walk 6cventy of the wise men of Alexandria NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE should marry Hattie aged 5 and Broth erton engaged themselves in compiling and Michael Shugrue is under arrest at Terra collating the Hebrew Scriptures into er Harry would speak the words that Haute Ind charged with the murder of their present united form nnd further bind Now Harry had never lieard a mar- Â¬ Frank Crew simplifying the works by translating riage ceremony and was entirely ignorant Elmo- - Grass and Frank Anderson rival lovers fought at IVilkesbarre Pa Ander- Â¬ them into Greek for the benefit of the of the prevalent pledgee but was he at a Jews then in Egypt The results of their lose Not he He knew what papa and son cannot recover Oscar Johnson was shot and killed by John labors have since been known collective- - mamma considered of paramount virtue Lawrence at a colored dance at Indianap- Â¬ ly as tho Septuagint from tho fact that and surely wliat they each so eagerly de- Â¬ it is the work of tho seventy translators olis Saturday evening sired must constitute the requisite of a About 400 years later in tho Second happy married life Dan Davis while intoxicated fell asleep on the railroad track near Canton O and century A D tho books of tho New The candidates for wedlock were re-Â¬ was cut to pieces by cars Testament were added and the whole quested to stand side by side and gravely Miss Sadie Hirst of Malta Bend Mo who translated into Latin obeyed was biten by a rabid dog a week ago died Tho Itala or Latin version soon be Hatty will you get up in the morn Â¬ in horrible agony Sunday came tho standard of tho primitive ing and see that John lias his breakfast Hon Warren O Sayer of Wabash Ind Christians and was used to the exclu- - in time and that he has good things to has accepted tho place on the Cherokee In Â¬ Â¬ eat and never lias to wait Tor his meals Are had to suit the Queens taste But a dian commission tendered by President Har- Â¬ sion of both the Hebrew and Greek ver sions for two centuries until the St rison John will you give her all the money Jerome revision of A D 405 After St she wants Mrs John McLain of Wheeling W Va Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ drank a quantity of aqua ammonia in mis Â¬ Jerome had finished his crowning work Tliat was all but does it not contain a great deal of which he performed in tlie quintessence of married felicity take for Hunyadi water Her recovery is essary to buy them doubtful the village of Bethlehem almost insight Kansas City Star of the birthplace of Jesus the Dalmatian Weather Indications Watered 3111k Fair weather followed by light rains and Pannonian monks hid away their old verbions of tho Biblo and would use The milkman wlw waters his goods warmer sou th westerly winds no other except tho ono which had been generally does so under the impression given them by their patron Jerome him Â¬ that the water poured in incorporates PRETTY GIRLS AT WORK self itself with the milk and cannot be de- Â¬ Tho Jerome revision was as superior to tected except upon chemical analysis Something About the Fair Clerks in the Treasury Department tho work of tho seventy as their work This shows gross ignorance The milk Some of the prettiest women in tho was to the old semi barbaric work which will hold only its own fluid all foreign country are right hero in tho treasury existed prior to tho translation of 285 Quid will be precipitated if the mixtnre department A great many of them are BC is allowed to stand for a couple of days QUOTES PRICES THAT- ST JEROME Washingtonians but as a class they Any housewife may spot a dishonest The most carefully written copies of milkman with very little trouble Let represent the beauty of about the whole country They are blondes and brunettes the Bible obtainable were consulted by her take a long slender bottle dense it short tall and medium somo plump the scholarly saint and compared with thoroughly and let it dry out If then some queenly some of lithe and willowy the Arabic Hebrew andSyriac versions it is filled with milk and allowed to form they are fairly the types of the in all of which ho mado emendations stand in a cool not cold place for several great cities and about all the and corrections which havo stood tho forty eight hours all the foreign fluid states of tho union In that ono building test of all subsequent time Tho hercu- Â¬ will be precipitated that is it will set-Â¬ covering four blocks is to be found more lean task undertaken by St Jeromo will tle to the bottom of the bottle The beauty than a hunt through many largo bo better understood when the reader soured milk w ill then fill the middle of cities might discover A largo propor- Â¬ has been informed that over 200 versions the bottle and the fatty substance will tion of tho female clerks arc young or of the Evangelists each differing from be floating on top Sometimes the top IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY at least on tho minus side of tho line be- Â¬ the other in many of its essential de- Â¬ will be a layer of cream then will come yond which lies old rnaidhood Office tails were presented for tho considera- Â¬ a layer of albumen another artificial ALL TO BE THE life is not promotive of longevity and tion of the sages at the council of Nice device to make the milk look rich then in 325 A D For hundreds of years will come the soured milk and at the many of the elderly women have died off or reached an age beyond usefulness copyists ha1 added to and taken from bottom will be the foreign water The Those who havo come into the depart- Â¬ tho Scriptures to such an extent as to whole scheme of deception can be read ment within the last four or five years mako it extremely difficult for even tho by a glance at the bottle after one has are mostly young women who have just most learned to decido what should re Â¬ had a single lesson in the rudiments of passed through the normal schools and main for tho edification of future gener- Â¬ milk inspection Tliis sort of work is havo entered the government service ations or what should be eliminated from not scientifically satisfactory but it will through the civil service examination the sacred pages as apocryphal always develop the fundamental fact The word bible meaning book or whether or not the milk is normal In- Â¬ They are a bright lot of young women as applied by tho early writers the terview in St Louis Globe Democrat In many cases it is perhaps that they are the prettiest girls of tho family book was first used by Chrysostom as which inspires them with an ambition early as tho fifth century where ho A Joke on the Dog beyond the drudgery of housework or speaks of the sacred writings collective- Â¬ Last Sunday afternoon an old gray TasU and lo The haired gentleman appeared in Jackson the trials of a schoolmarm and induces ly as tho Biblia or tho Books them to strive for the more agreeable infinite variations which occurred In the park He was accompanied by a small work nnd better pay under tho civil manuscripts written by tho early Chris-Â¬ lap dog of the pug species This dog And this may account for tian fathers have caused a great deal of ran about in an aimless way which indi- Â¬ service there being bitch a preponderance of contention among churchmen some ad Â¬ cated that lie did not have any more mitting certain books as canonical which sense than a stamped envelope He trot Â¬ good looks They are not as a rule gaudy beauties aro rejected by others as apocryphal ted over the flower beds and left his foot- Â¬ frescoed and decorated by art though of This you can find illustrated by compar- Â¬ prints among the plants and he had his course there aro some of that type ing a Douay and a King James Bible of own way until a park policeman caught They are usually of a refined type of today tho former admits several books sight of him Finding out who was the good sensible pretty girls a little be Â¬ which the King James translators would owner of the dog the policeman ap Â¬ yond girlhood They always dress in not as they considered them uncanoni proached the old gentleman tapped him good taste though not generally in an caL See here on the shoulder and said -- HAS A BIG LINE OF- Tho several books as arranged and ac- Â¬ my friend you must liave tliat dog keep expensive style A designer of fashions cepted at present are the results of years away from the flowers Dont you see might get many valuable points from the of labor and of countless councils and that sign reading Dogs not allowed on female treasury clerk During the ordinary working hours rovision assemblages For 1200 years tha grass The old gentleman chuckled the visitor to the treasury will not see after the Saviour of Men ended his brief jerked his thumb toward the dog and career on the rugged heights of Calvary replied many of these young women They are Yes I see it but that little apt to bo hard at work behind closed the touching details of which are known cuss cant read He thought it was a doors or just shut from view by green to over 700000000 of people and in every good joke on the dog and lie refused to baize screens over which ono cannot see land on the globe each book of the Biblo think otherwise until the policeman without tho aid of a chair or step ladder was one continued story undivided into threatened to lock him up if he did not for which it has no room and they must go Tho desks are usually provided with these chapters paragraphs or verses call off the dog which ho did Chicago DIVISIONS OF TOE BIBLE screens otherwise they would be an- Â¬ Herald Prior to the time of tho Spanish rabbi noyed by the gaze of the visitors passing School Teachers through tho corridors who would prob tho Jew had employed a system of divid Â¬ Democratic Great Cilns STORM TOSSED LAKE ERIE If every new girl who is introduced as Jersey Crrr Nov G Beturns are Rough Kzpperlenco of the Schooner ably be numerous if the screens were not ing the chapters into verses in the Old Testament a system which had never a school teacher should be dropped by there coming in slowly from the various por-Â¬ Southwest In a Tour Days Storm tions of the state Tnero is every indi- Â¬ But during the half hour allowed for been adopted by the Christians and the board when she proves to be a fail- Â¬ Ekie Pa Nov 9 The schooner lunch a swarm of pretty femalo clerks which was discarded for that of tho ure we would soon have no teachers or cation of a sweeping Democratic vie tory Telegrams indicate that tho Dem Â¬ Southwest arrived hero Friday night in rush about the corridors to exchange learned Spaniard by tho Jews themselves good ones at least It is strange but a fact ocrats have carried many places in ox a badly demoralized condition but with bits of gossips or to get their tea Wash- Â¬ Tho New Testament was not divided that as usual the girls who for from two cess of the figures cast at the presiden her crew and cargo safe One look at ington may get her reputation for her into verses until after tho invention of to three years seem utterly hopeless fin- tial election the vessel shows that she outlived an beautiful women from the throng that tho art of printing by the Robert Steph ally become the best in the staff while Tkektox N J Nov 7 Roturns experience which would have sent a edition in 1551 on tho other hand those who start out from about twenty districts arc still in- Â¬ poorly constructed vessel to the bottom appear on the avenue ou the way homo ens Greek Of tho early translations of tho Bible most promising too often become worth complete The complete figures will Sunday morning she was struck by a from the departments after 4 oclock Whenever there are any number of the most important aside from the Sept Â¬ less While the Normal school lays a probably raise Abbetts majority to over terrific gala Huge volumes of water RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS Beckwith swept over her and she became unman Â¬ people on a visit to Washington the treas- Â¬ uagint and the St Jeromo versions are good foundation it does not finish a THE Dx Assemblyman 12000 making a teacher WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE telegraphs the stato Democratic com- Â¬ ageable and was dr ven out of her ury is generally the center of curiosity the threefold Egyptian translation of tho teacher in fact mittee that Gardner Republican is re- Â¬ course The storm continued Monday on account of tho popular interest in fourth century This remarkable work only commences when sho makes her ELSE NEED APPLY elected to the senate in Atlantic City by nnd Tuesday and no until Wodnesday money Visitors are always interested of tho copyist was in threo languages debut in the school room The superin- Â¬ 225majority This gives the Repub Â¬ did she begin to make headway tendents staff and her principal watch in tho places whore the money is handled and was intended for all parts of Egypt licans control of the henate by 11 to 10 After a ovage which officers and crew instruct and discipline her for three to Versio Figurata collated by Jacob The house is 38 Democrats 22 Repub- Â¬ feared would be her last she reached and some ono must be delegated to takeÂ¬ thoEdessa in the eighth century that of four years when sho is a thorough re-Â¬ licans hero Friday night anl will make re- Â¬ charge of them In vie w of the great num- of pairs before starting back Capt Fort ber of these visitors somo young women Paul bishop of Tela in 617 and tho liable teacher and then sho goesoff and MASSACHUSETTS says that in nil his experience he has of the department havo been designated eighth ninth and tenth century transla- Â¬ marries generally Interview in St Kepnbllcans Victorious never seen such tavos as those that regularly to act as guides through the tions mado respectively by Bede Alfred Louis Globe Democrat Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in install- Â¬ redemption agency where the old notes and JElfric Boston Nov I Returns from every rolled on Lake Erie laf Sunday ments of 150 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G White Secre Â¬ A Suspended Judgment During tho dark ages and on down to Washington are co tinted anddestroyed town in the state except Gosnold which A GEORGIA L NCHING tary of the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the money Tho truo scientific attitude of the day has about twenty voters give Brackett tho time Luther gave his masterpiece to Star interest will be charged ou the purchase money until after the expiration of Republican 12o702 Russell Demo Â¬ The Brutal Assailant or a Young Lady tho world several translations were as expressed by the president of tho No months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent wili be charged ou the pur- Â¬ 14 Perpetuating an Incident Hanged by a 3Ib and Shot crat 120818 Blacknierr Prohibitionist made including that of Notker Laboo British association Professor Fowler is money remnining unpaid By this pay for 18SW4 Braokotts plurality 5079 In Midvtlle Go r v 9 A mob of As Mile Rhea was leaving Ottawa 980 A D that prepared under tho super- Â¬ a suspended judgment Professor Fow- Â¬ chase lot nt a small price ou easy term method parties can buy andcity tax a good free ot IS87 tlw last off year Amos Republi- Â¬ twenty or twenty-fi-- o maskcl men Canada an old white haired gentleman vision of Petrus Waldus 1170 tho im-Â¬ ler indorses Sir John Lubbocks idea that Any young man in Richmond can buy onewithout interest and and pay for it or more of these lots approached her in tho sleeping car and portant work of Louis tho Pious 1227 can had 17006 plurality In 1838 ho nulled into thojvillago of Swainsboro the field of inquiry is limitless and that without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be worth had 28000 plurality tho jail jd took chargo of with charming cordiality presented her that of Charles tho Wise 1380 tho there may bo fifty other senses as dif- Â¬ much more than it is now selling at The city Is rapidly extending in that di- Â¬ broke into The state senate will bo composed of James Thomas a ne o who outraged with a basket of the most beautiful Guyara version of 1280 tho thirteenth ferent from ours as sound is from sight rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further Information eall 20 Republicans and 11 Democrats as Miss Copeland near Swainsboro on grapes in tho top of which was a largo century version in Spanish during tho and even within tho boundaries of our ou W G White E W Wiaoixs or Stephen D Parkisii Bichmoud Ky S3 xvepuoncans anu o the 5th inst compared witu bunch of Marcchal Neil roses and the reign of Alphonso V and tho two excel- Â¬ own senses there may bo endless sounds 48- Democrats in 1888 There are G2 Re- Â¬ Thev took Thomas to the woods As following note Dear Madame Rhea publicans and 78Democrat8 returned to tho party passed in the street the When the first Napoleon was brought as lent works of Wickliffo and Huss tho which we cannot hear and colors as dif- Â¬ latter for the Bohemians and tho former ferent as red from green of which wo tho lower house a Republican loss of negroes cries for mercy could bo heard oighteen from last year In some sen above all the nolso mate to drown them captive into Plymouth sound by Capt for tho English speaking people With havo no conception These and a thou- Â¬ atorial and representative districts tho He was taken to the woods near by Maitland of the Bellerophon I was born the invention of printing every person sand other questions remain for solution July 1815 My father who had ex-Â¬ who had ever laid claim to literary The familiar world which surrounds U3 vote was very doso and recounts will be and within twenty minutes was dead I asked The mob strung him to a tree and then tensive hot houses sent to Napoleon a abilities seemed to think tliat he had may bo a totally different place to other The returns for lieutenant governor riddled his body with bullets Thomas basket of the finest hot house grapes In been specially commissioned from on animals To them it may be full of muÂ¬ God are incomplete but Mr Halls plurality had confessed his crime seeing you in the role of Josephine I high to retranslate tho Word of tno as sic which we cannot hear of color which tact naturally will probably be larger than that of Mr thought I would ask your acceptance in one would less than inter irom German we cannot see of sensation which we Scaffold Dropped from the seventeen that not Brackett your diameter as empress of tho French translations alone were given tho public cannot conceive Chattanooga Teno Nor 9 Pigg Science Gossip NEBRASKA Vann was hanged 1 day at Summer of a basket of the same fruit thus per- Â¬ between tho timo of Guttenberg and petuating the incident and paying a Fauct and that of Martin Luther villo Go for the murr rcf North White All Reverence tho Dead Republican by About 20000 7he early printed editions of the Bible LixcoLjr Nob 6 Nebraska voted for May 1 188S He was sentenced to be tribute to tho empress in the person of A day or two ago a fruit peddler was said 1 one minor state and county officers and a hanged Nov the but was respited for one ono who so ably represents her With ramind tho of what the philosopher wore passing up Elizabeth street cast yelling human frame they scaffold Vann shook best wishes and regrets dear madame about congressman to fill tho vacancy caused week On at tho top of his voice great many friends curiously by the death of James Laird Repub- hands with a father and brother of and yours very truly Richard Kettle Ottawa Wickliffe and wonderfully made The when he suddenly caught sight of tho his sometimes spelled Wycliffe lican in tho Second district The elec- also with the And the old gentleman Oct 101889 on a door which signified that a from whom tion passed off without much excite- Â¬ victim forgiveness he implored and re-Â¬ added Although my countrymen called version of 1384 was the first EnglishÂ¬ crape lay dead in tho house Vann attempted to translation John Wickliffe the transchild ment The day was fair but the vote ceived Napoleon a rascal my father had tho lator was condemned to bo burned for by Ba was small Theestimatod majority for commit suicide Friday sank cutting greatest admiration for him Ex presuming to do such a thing without the rope Ho checked his words as he saw tho the Republican state ticket is 20000 his throat nnd Vannsheck was into tho consent of tho clergy but was finally crape removed his hat and placed it on broken change tho The state is overwhelmingly Repub- Â¬ cut thus made His allowed to die a natural death lican aud but little interest is felt in oy the fall The body was turned over walked to the next A Literary Curiosity Bible was never printed however there his cart and be and to his friends the result square bareheaded silent Detroit are many manuscript copies of it The menu of the farewell banquet to Frank Frosts Peculiar Sentence Omaha Nob Nov 7 -- Returns from Free Press the members of the oriental congress at John W Wright in St Louis Republic Btill very incomplete but New Yors Nor 9 Frank Frost this stato are Stockholm ought to take a permanent there is no doubt whatever that tho the cashier of the Pacifio Mail Steam An Electrician House The Rewards of Talent havo elected Laws to oon ship company at Panama became a placo in collections of literary curiosities Republicans Ono of Edisons chiefs lives in Newark gress in tho Second district by from defaulter He was bonded by the Fidel Â¬ The initial sup or nip of schnapps Old Mr Hazeed They do say that 2000 to 8000 majority and that tho ity and Causalty company of New York which always begins a Scandinavian Bill Smartly hosdono real well play in a houso which is all agog with wires Republican candidate for supreme This company scoured his arrest con dinner was recorded with a song in the actin since ho went to New York an As ono approaches the front gate it swings open and shuts automatically judge and the regents of the nnivorsity viction and sentence to jail Apoculiar Kairs tongue Tho soup was described great style have from 20000 to SoOuO Douglas feature of his sentonco is that he must in Getziani and a song in Chinese Prof lives in Yes I went and called Tho visitors foot on tho steps of tho Mr Hummer county has elected the entiro Demo Â¬ servo in addition to hi regular sentence porch rings a bell in the kitchen and also cratic tioket with the exception of one one day for every dollar ho stole On Max Muller wrote a song in Sanscrit upon him when I was down there Old Mr Hazeed And dont ho live ono in tho masters study By touching commissioner account he will havo to serve nine praising the salmon The filet do boeuf this a button ho opens tho front door before was mentioned by a verso in Malay and away way up years extra NEW YORK Â¬ by another in Javanese Artichaut au Hummer Yes about thirteen sto- Â¬ tho stranger has timo to knock An elecMr Family Troubles Leads to a Tragedy trical music bos plays during dinner Estimated Democratic Majorities beurre was treated in Coptic cateaua ries Drakes Magazine When tho guest retires to his bedroom Hotkinsville Ky Nor 9 A seri Â¬ la Victoria in hieroglyphics the ices in Albasi N Y Nov 7 Returns tho folding bed unfolds by electricity from the various counties in the state ous difficulty took placo Thursday Himyaritic tho cheeses in Bicharo Tho It Happens That Way Democrats night between Ben Sands and Charles menu aggregating as follows Yes sir yes sir he observed as he When ho puts out the gas a strange concluded according to tho SweÂ¬ brother-in-law- s Â¬ and promiC4031 Demo- Â¬ Hopson Republicans 88588 the next mocking display of skeletons grave nent citizens of th oounty during dish custom with Thanks for dinner rubbed his hands together cratic plurality 28001 alderman from our ward must ben clean stones owls and other hideous phantasÂ¬ The state legislature will stand about which Hopson was stabbed in the head written in Persian Berlin Letter decent honest intelligent man and a magoria dances about on tho wall at his as follows there being ono or two dis- Â¬ and thigh receiving fatal injuries A Widow KxtraTagance credit to his constituents Yes sir yes feet reappearing and disappearing in a still in doubt Senate RepubÂ¬ Sands escaped The trouble had its tricts crigin in family matters licans 19 Demoorats IS Assembly In Hamilton O a man died a fow sir we havo mado up our minds to that ghostly electrical glare Exchange Republicans 07 Democrats Gl In tho all citizens irrespective of party We days ago who had S500 in money laid up THOMAS B AXRES SaUo s Fort Mill Wreck 3d By a Boiler Explosion present legislature the Republicans havo and a payment of 150 was due to eavo shall go in en masso The candidate Califomians propose to restore and Evansvxlle Ind Nor 11 A boiler his home His widow took tho money Why hell be selected from my party of a majority of 30 in tho senate and 10 in and General Real keep in condition Sutters Fort where in the flour mill of D A Brooks k Com to buy a fine casket and expensive lot iu course the senate Detroit Fieo Press California gold was first discovered A pany at Sturgis Ky exploded Satur Â¬ Collecting Agency I am prepared to do all kinds of Tammany Victorious tho cemetery and to hire twenty five ball containing relics of tho pioneer era Carpenters work In first class ntvln- New Yoise Nov C With but three day night wrecking the ouilding and hacks for tho procession and thus used JSffi Special attention paid to sfee sa machinery Nobody hurt oxcept the Mrs Hayner of Busklrks N Y Mr and i Also will probably ba erected eloction districts missing tho returns every dollar and let her home go by do weigh 725 pounds Mrs H-- who is the better tho old fork Exchange on the lines of notice estimates furnished on fhort and esMeBe ef Rear 9ta4ean4io the fireman who for iudsre of general seseiona give Gil- - Damage about was seriously scalded I fault Chicago Times rTXJ4isuuaAT 5000 collection ef AUkindrgf in im tf 4 weittipg4l0 Uajj dordQevcTaajsteax iOO majority over I Hr PEE a HEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS 4 -- - THE PALACE -- Cant Be Considered High r O LOWEST POSSIBLE Mels hq Us U Iky CO THE PALACE BOOTS AND SHOES d Â¬ O HATS AT YOUR OWN PRGE I RODBS DALE Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet 1 1 THE BEAUT FUI DRENT Â¬ 8 J T- I timo i T He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them free c3 o Carpenters Work to jpope3s Estate il B Ut 0i 4 T Tr THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON 1 THE COCK GROWS A TERRIBLE - - TBI Editor CHLHHB8 EVBBY WEBVEbBAY XT Vi The Climax Printing - Go Between Two ol Kentuckys Most Prominent Men iF WmGWhik Chas TRICE S Powell PBK YBAll 13 150 18 WEDNESDAY NOV Col Democratic Ticket Ht OCHTXTY William Cassias Goodloe and Col Armsted HI Swope Figlit a Fearful Fight JOHN a CHENAULT JCDOK MK OOOHTY CKBBK U W HILL HWC Long and Loud Over a Dem- Â¬ ocratic Victory Tuesdays election brought glad tidings to Democrats The result in several of the States was an ticipated the news was too good at first to believe but official returns show a grand triumph for Democratic principles over high tariff Local questions had their influence 111 two States but the result taken as a whole in ten states is a fearful rebuke to Har rison and his administration proves that he is n failure as chief execu tive and the principles of Iiish tariff and trusts without boodle will not win Colorado throws off Republican shackles and steps into the Dem ocratic fold Iowa the pride of the Republi cans has found a new love elects Botes Democrat Governor by over 7000 and the official returns will be required to sliow that the Legislature is not Democratic Massachusetts reduces the Re publican majority to less than Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G- Each Dead at tlie Hands of tlie Other Lbxixotos Ky Nov oolook Friday afternoon Caseins Goodloe oolleotor of internal revenue of the Seventh Kentucky dis- Â¬ trict and CoL Armstead M Swopo met in the postoffioe corridor Both men were after the mad that was in their look boxes whiok are quite close to Â¬ gether They approached these boxes almost at the same instant and when each saw who the other was they glared at oaoh other fiercely and one of the two it oannot be discovered which ex Â¬ claimed You spoke to me you insulted 9 At 140 GoL William O0OXTV ATTOKNBY J A SULLIVAN V9R SHKRIFF J V BALES FKJA1LHK JOHN F WAGBRS VOU AMHODOR JUBLTBMBRY MNltiOPfliHNTKKBKKT SCHOOLS MRS A T MILLION PMtSUKYKYOK A G WILLIAMSON KORCXMtONRK This was followed by somo angry words from the other man exactly what toey were cannot be found out- Kaeh Draw Weapon B DUD MILLER ElretiM First Xm4- in Aigist 1SW Â¬ The President signed the proc lamation adniitttig MottiauR into the Union of States Friday hav ing signed those for North and South Dakota on the previous Saturday to issue another Thanksgiving proclamation after looking over tiie election returns would lie have been so thankful and for what LebThe Standard and Tin anon has been bought by F B lileenor and Eobert L Nesbith The editors are gentlemen of energy and ability and that paper is a guaranteed success MM If the President should have Â¬ John L Bosley who has edited the Winchester Sun under the tenets of the Republican faith for four years lias sold it to a stock company and will shove no more quills The Sun will henceforth sail under the banner of Cleveland Campbell liill and tariff reform The State Central and Executive Committees met at Lexing ton last Wednesday and decided that the Democratic Convention to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals slnxild Ik held in Louisville Ma 2Sth ounties are ordered to elect delegates on Saturday Mav 17th of Â¬ Â¬ Auditor State resigned his office on Monday His object is to devote his time to his private business lie has been a State officer lor nineteen years and lias been faithful to his trusts Major L C Norman the late Insurance Commissioner of the State is his sue Jen Â¬ Fayette Hewitt tensor Instead of getting eieeted Ma run in A lot of fel Wswere celebrating and shootÂ¬ ing Roman candles near his residence when he is said to have hot at them and wounded one lellow in the leg A man who would erow over sueh a political renegade ought to have been shot and shot hard Â¬ in ine got -- Â¬ Maryland returns a Democratic Legislature in both branches Mississippi repeats with em phasis that Democracy is good enough for her New Jersey re elects Governor Abbett Democrat by 10000 and increases the Democratic majon ty in the Legislature New York drops back into line and gives luce Democratic candi date for Secretary of State a plurality of 23000 while the Repub licans lose thirty on joint ballot in the Legislature Nebraska gives a slight reduc tion in Republican majorities while Pennsylvania stands stolid for high tariff and iron trusts Ohio did a great act elected Campbell Democratic candidate Governor by nearly 12000 major ity burned loraker unquestiona bly beyond political resurrection elected a Democratic Legislature and insures a Democratic succes sor to Senator Payne Virginia beat the political pest Billy Mahone over 44000 and elected a Legislature Democratic five to one tlie largest tlie Democrats have ever had The Courier Journal in the full ness of its joy over the Democrat ic victories says The returns take ones breath away As was once said by a dis tinguished citizen of Kentucky on a famous occasion Groundswell be damd It is an earthquake Sueh will certainly be the feeling among the republicans of the United States They have lost liere and they have lost tliere They have been caught coming and they have been caught going rhey are down in tlie East and they are down in the West It is so bad that the new States not even the Montana steal will avail them anything whatever It is a Democratic cyclone from Cape Cod to Kalamazoo from Alpha to Omaha from hell to breakfast knife which forced Swope backward toward the money order door they having begun the fight about tho center of the lobby Alter several blows had been struck by Goodloe Swope fired again miseingGooJloe Swops DIetl Almut Instantly In a moment after firing the second fhot CoL Swope fell on his faco within about ten feet of the door leading into the money cider department ana wel- Â¬ tering in his blood died almost instant- Â¬ ly On his person were found thirteen wounds they being on his back arms and in his breast Goodloe Coolness At this inntant they straightened up and each drew a weapon at the same moment Swope a pistol and Goodloe a clasp knife As soon as the weapons were drawn Swope fired and Goodloe knocked the pistol down as it went off the ball entoriug his alxlomen on the right side Goodloe then began stab bing his opponent in the breast with his Â¬ The Patrons of Husbandry is a new organisation that is springing up in Michigan It is made up of farmers who claim that they are forced to take the position on account of monopolies and trusts A large majority of the Michigan farmers are Republicans and monopolies and trusts are the outgrowth of Republican high tariff fully pay our percentage of their salaries Their conduct is an unMessrs Cleveland Carlisle Mor- willing trbute to our bravery in rison Hard Watterson Breckin battle and our manhood under ridge Blackburn Beck Mills el the crushing defeat we suffered 77 genue owing must feel greatly Let Corporal Tanner pile up penelated over the recent elections in sions as much as he pleasesthe fact the North and in Virginia The still remains that had General Lee ground swell is clearly and un- ever commanded at one time half mistakably the result of the recent the number of the present pentariff agitations The people are sioners we would have subjugated gradually coming to an under- Â¬ the whole North and made it a standing of the situation the days province of the Southern Confedof the robber barons1 are being eracy And every new pension numbered and a better time is adds to the glory of the old Rebels near at hand There was a shak It has been nearly thirty years ing up all along the line of the since the war began and besides corruptionists the political earth those who have died since there collapsed and a readjustment is seems to be enough killed and now making on an entirely new wounded ones left to have wiped AH honor to the heroes of us from the face of the earth if basis the last Presidential campaign they had been equals in an element Though apparently defeated then ot manhood Bettor armed betthey were really triumphant and ter equipped better fed and better are now with the people march clothed with a numerous people mg oa to victory --Lexington Ob behind them and all the world for server a store house it seems strange that the ragged Rebels should We sincerely regret the great have been so deadly and the tragedy at Lexington on Friday Grand Army of the Republic so citizens little capable of inflicting harm in last Two prominent Swope and Goodloe accidentally the battle or caring for itself in met in the post office A few time of peace There are not a words passed pistol and knife thousand ox Confederate asking were drawn a shot and a thrust charity in alt the land There and both are dead This occurred are a half million of the other side within fifty yards of a Christian now drawing pensions and as church close by the State Univer- many more to coma sity and but a few yards from Vice President Morton has openother schools and churches and in the midst of what seems to be an ed a hotel in Washington City intelligent and cultured people with a daisy saloon hooked on Is there The Prohibitionists of Boston held How could this happen an indignation meeting with St not something radically wrong They were both prominent in John as principal who said social and political life both alike Look at the spectacle presented proud and ambitious and both to the youth of this nation a man sought the leadership of the Re holding the second office in this great government one who is liapublican party of the State Rivalry and too much ambition ble to step into the Presidency Comments are the proprietor of a whisky saloon did the work beard on every hand and it is Shame on such a man and shame agreed by all that the killing was on the party of which he stands peculiarly ferocious No killing in forth as their representative the mountains of Kentucky or on What is the use of being Vice the plains ot the west had more President unless you can gel The late brutality in it than this It was a something out of it fight to the death by men who had elections told Levi that he must nninved the refinement of the beet hustle now for a name as Bonnies civilization of the State and yet it J hat and Johnnies suit will not 1 make a fashionable fit in 1892 t as nicely jpagnc Â¬ Immediately after the killing CoL Goodloe walked to a physicians office where his wounds were examined Ho was perfectly cool and made a disposi- Â¬ tion of his property in case of death The Cause of the Difficulty The cause of the difficulty was a state Â¬ ment made in the Republican conven- Â¬ tion of JUayl 188S by CoL Goodloe that fnllv two thirds of tho Fayette county delegation did not speak to Swope Only Three Witnesses Tlie only persons who saw the fight were Fostmaster McChesney who was just issuing a money order William K Shelby who was in the money order lobby and Harry Swift a postal clerk They agree substantially upon tho state Â¬ ment made above Shelby aided Good Â¬ loe in reaching tho physicians office The Postmestcrs Story Following is Postmaster McChosneys statement I was drawing a money order wheu I heard some loud words and two shots in the lobby I rushed to the window and saw CoL Goodloe and CoL Swope in a desperate oncoun Â¬ ter Swope was backing away and ut-Â¬ tering loud exclamations antf Goodloe rapidly stabbing him all the time The Distributing Clerk Harry Swift the distributing ol erk oi the poetoffiee who was putting the mail into the boxes when the tragedy ocÂ¬ Â¬ curred says Swope and Goodloe were waiting in the corridor Swope had had emptied his box and was holding his letters and papers in his hands when a few woras passed between them Simultaneously they drew their weapons Swopes pistol was levelod at Goodloe s head but his hand was pushed aside just as the pistol went off Another shot followed the first very qniekly and as the two men were oloce together this evidently was the ball whioh took effect in Goodloes abdo Â¬ men Swope put both hands con vnl sively against his breast and staggerÂ¬ ing forward fell upon his face just at the front door of the oustom house Both men scowled and snarled like mad panthers and it was evident from the first that it was to be a fiht to the Â¬ death No one appeared to be in the lobby at least no one interfered Goodloe Family Telephoned To Â¬ jiter the affrarthe news wan imramli trtely sent to Mrs Goodloe by tele- Â¬ in a Falcon an ex confederate in phone and she camewoundedcarriage to the hotel where her husband a recent letter to the Louisville lay One of CoL Goodloes daughters Times speaks of a certain class fainted when she heard the liens and whose name it is not necessary to the grief of the family was unbounded Svropeit Statement a Few Days Agu mention after you have read what Col Swope said a few days ago that he says he knew that if ho and Goodloe mot the We are not paupers and issue would be death and said that in sueh slain he preferred though more of them are drawing rather event the slayer for to be reason than the pensions than were ever in our that CoL Goodloe had a large family armies any time yet we cheer- Â¬ dependent upon him Â¬ between Colonel Swope and Colonel Goodloe in Kentucky yester day is another illustration of the danger of carrying deadly weapons Both were prominent citizens They had been political enemies for a long time When they met in the Lexington Post Office some words passed between them which set their blood on fire Had these men been unarmed there might have been a scuffle but nothing But tragic could have occurred one carried a hunting knife and the other a revolver In one house lies a mutilated corpse In another house there is a dying man The moral of the story is obvious N Y Herald 9th Â¬ the offensive language used by me to CoL TWO FIRST LIEXS EACII PRIOR TO Goodloe at the Phoenix hotel n this city on ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS GIVEN the 8th Inst Respectfully BY THE It S I I A M SWOPH RAILROAD Goodloes Letter Lexecoton Ky May 9 18SS Sec 6 Said Company ngrees hat Hon J B Beck CoL E F Clay Gen J F It will furnish sufficient cars to transRobinson and Professor Shacklsford Gentlemen CoL Swope having mtraoted port coal to any of its depots in Madi- Â¬ his offensive language used to me at the son county from any point on its line Phoenix hotel on the morning of the 8th or extension thereof at not exceeding Inst I am now willing to say as I said to friends prior to this difficulty and would thrt e cents per bushel of seventy six have said to CoL Swope if properly re- pouuds and that it will furnish sufll quested that the language used by me in the dent cars to transport lumber iron and Louisville convention was in defense of the stone from any point on its lines or ex- Â¬ Fayettu county delegation of which I was a member against what I conceived to bo an tension thereof to any of its Stations in unjust imputation and not as a personal Madison county at not exceeding four attack upon CoL Swope The language wo 4 cents per hundred pounds and 6lack an exaggeration made in the heart of de coal at not exceeding S10 per car of bate and regretted by me in a moment 35000 pounds and further agrees that afterward William Cassius Goodloe The corresDondonce as will be seen there shall be no discrimination against was vory brief and simply withdrew the freights destined to or originating at remarks each had made about the other Since that trouble they have never any of its Stations iu MudUon county spoken to each other and since their aud if it shall violate any part of this differences were settW by the corre Â¬ agreement the persou injured thereby spondence they havo never spoken of shall have a right of action against the each other each acting as if tho other Company therefor any judgment so had nevor existed obtained shall be a lien prior to any en- Â¬ THE TRAGEDY ENDED cumbrance that may be hereafter Colonel Goodloe pies from the Effects o placed upon the road aud this Com Â¬ pany further agrees that they will not His Wounds Leosgtox Ky Nov 11 Never in employ convict labor iu building said the history of Lexington has a tragedy road through Madison county produced an effect similar to tho one April 5th 1S88 that was enacted in the corridor of tho postoffioe last Friday when Col A M STATE OF KENTUCKY Swope was literally carved to pioces by Cousty of Madison J CoL William Cassius Goodloe and the I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison latter fatally wounded CoL Goodloe died at his room in the County Court do hereby certify that Phoenix hotel this oity at 1255 p m the foregoing is a true and correct copy About 8 oclock Sunday morning CoL of section 6 ol Madison countys sub Goodloe began sinking and tlie doctors told Mrs Goodloo that it would be only fccribhm to the Richmond Nicholas a question of a few hours nntil the ville Irvine Beattiville Railroad Bpirib in iiur nusuanu wouiu leave uus Company the sum of Two Hundred and earth forever 250000 now Accordingly every member of tho Fifty Thousand Dollars family was sent for und between 10 and of record in my office 11 oclock the dying man bade each one Given under my hand this 25th of good bv He was perfectly conscious October 1880 and had a word of cheer for each To THOS THORP Clerk Attest his daughters he said when bidding mem nuieu use Drave His last By Jxo H Tiiorp D C words were spoken to his devoted wifo This is tho first mortgage executed a few minutes boforo tho supreme momont came by the Railroad Company and consti Â¬ Only one of his brothers was present at his deathbed Dr David Goodloe of tutes a first Hen on the property and ims city wno lias watoned unceasingly franchises herein described aud cou at his brothers side ever since the mor veyed tal wound was received His other Mai brother Green Clav Goodloe STATE OF KENTUCKY K missed connection and failed to reach CouY of Madison J nere from Washington until several I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison hours rifter the cojonel had expired County Court do hereby certify that DUST TO DUST the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a part of the mortgage from the The remains of Col A M Swope Richmond Nicliolasville Irvine and were burled iu the cemetery ut Stan Beattyville Railroad Company to the ford Sunday afternoon The funeral Central Trust Company of New York discourse was delivered by Elder J S Trustee dated July 1st 18S0 now of Siiouse of the Christian Church Lex- Â¬ record in my office ington He was buried from the old Given uudpr my hand this October homestead where his parents were 25th 1589 married upwards of fifty years ago and Attest THOS THORP Clerk where his brother now lives Floral 20 23 By Jno H Thorp D J offerings were sent from Lexington The New York Presbytery has declared Frankfort Danville and other points by his friends anxious to show their in favor of a revision of the Westminster Confession that shall exclude from that last tribute of love and esteem It be- Â¬ standard of orthodoxy the doctrine o ing Sunday and no trains runninc his election I he theological reolutton now friends iu this city could not attend the in progress in the ranks of Presbyterian ism constitutes one of the most remarkafuneral ble manifestations of the advance of mod Col Goodloe was buried yesterday ern thought that has been obser ed during afternoon in the Lexington cemetery tins generation almost beneath tlie shadow of the Local Produce Fflarkets shaft that marks the resting place of his illustrious ancestor Henry Clay CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON arnold dro grocers main He was buried from Christ church street richmond ky the sermon being delivered by the Richmond Ky Nov 12 1889 rector Rev E H Ward Telegrams Beef Cattle Butcher- of condolence have been pouring in Hogs 44SC from prominent friends in all parts of Sugar Cured Hams 14150 Bacon Hams Country the country Quite a number of relaCured 1150 tives and friends from this city went Butter i52oc over to the burial Among them Capt Chickens 1 1 00 50 752 15c M Clay Ccl Eg J Speed Smith Genl C Wheat 70c J K Falconer Dr S M Letcher Ol Flour 2 soOx 2 J W Caperton Collector A R Bur Corn per barrel 1 50 nam Senator John Beunct aud Mr E Hay per 100 lbs 40509 Oats in sheaf per loo s T Buruam 40c 9 Lard ioc The horrible light lo the death Tallow 34C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ waBsgsrymaW5Wii- - 1 vai jJiMJurm M iHriiia OXSR ODE PANTS AND THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE AESTHETIC 1 WE HAVE A LAKGE OOIfliEOTIQNOFiTHESEGOODv COULD ASK FOR W Sffl tiis test Things in IIS I for the Men Folks I Cm Fit the Largest or tie fullest lani iMafiM taij IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE BSXKSiSJr REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED Al DD PAIR uwrnni Will be worn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect in finish and color LL SLEIGH RIDE FOR fflEM streets of late OUR Mi If HOSIERY Is an expression you have frequently heard on the BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to our store to buy one of our We sdH the Sliaw fenk ar Sox tit WOOL MERINO COTTON This being the natural wool without coloring matter Wo also have English Balbriggan AND FINEFALL OVERCOATS who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy an improvement the sear rHeee having a ro iff r Merino Mixtures All colors The last named goods were very popular last winter and bid fair to bo more so this season juAfewvjgty TJJama jmrw g MITCHELLS store but he evidently thought that COVINGTON sleigh ride for them to purchase for he said was the place Ill evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the latest styles shades and prices I heel and smooth toe w gussets iir the inetep a1- We also hav FAN heel CY STRIPED and COLOR ED MERINO HALF HOM vulcan heels a od toes A LiiDiilED FROM k 3 Stock si U ANO m Mr Clothing SHIRTS is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection A Our 25c Handkerchief are daisies Our 35c are uneqnaled 50 CENTS TO We carry the CHiLBRENS YOUTHS CLOTHING Handkerchief FINEST STOCK in Central Kentucky We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clothing We carry a fine assort in long and short pant suits and if we do say ifc ourselves they are They range in size from 4 to IS years Iraent of Silk Handkerchief- beauties every one of them Mothers give us a call Y t COVINGTON tximawrtsmzm tSfsnsnnKm HKfiKMais I I N MITCHELL Y 1INB O TjOVIES SPECIALTIES Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterprooi g Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods m all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Ba 1 t i r iyius in uogsiiins in great variety x ernn s iinuoriuii Trri sumu r mu Hand Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats liana- - 5 lead as to style and finish Ave have them in all shades Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves wsgygsssg f1 F1 siirrraa - 2j3c We have them for driving riding the street the ball or the reception A fine line of The Â¬ ii 25t gV m Beeswax Meal Â¬ Feathers Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 259400 1 SS 1 1 i5gxc 2040 75 1 MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS rl fcl BE1ETT orate display of iK 50 1 90 5 00 00 50 25 5065 CROOKE UBMSTflf elab- Â¬ LIVE STOCK MAESET ESPOBT By GREHNB A KMliRY Live Stock Commission Mereliaute at Cluclu nali Uulou Stock Yards aud fovliiglou Stoek Yards Invite the ladies to examine their Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio Nov n Good to Extra Fair to Good 1880 SHIPPING CATTLE 4 10 3 75 2 75 Catarrh Cant lie Cured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ old and a natne of Kentucky Ho practiced law at Paris Ky until the beginning of the war when he joined the Union army and rose to tho rank of ooloneL serving on Gen Buells staff After the war he went to Lexington and resumed the practice of his profes Â¬ sion He has held many positions of trust within the gift of National admin Â¬ istrations and was regarded as one of the ablest men in his party In the last Kentucky Republican convention he made a strong fight for Senator Sher Â¬ man before that body but was nnsne cesful in his attempt to havo the dele Â¬ gates instructed for the senator being opposed by CoL Goodloe In 1877 Mr S ope was appointed collector of inter Â¬ nal reenue for the Seventh Kentucky district and 1 esigned in 1 088 Ho was an applicant for comniistioner of inter Â¬ nal revenue under President Harrison but was defeated it is claimed through yr me enmity 01 001 uooaioo Colonel W O Goodloe Hon William Cassius Goodloe was born in Madison county in 1841 His great grandfather was Gen Green Clay who commanded a brigade in the north Â¬ western campaign under Gen Harrison In 1801 he accompanied his undo Cassius M Clay to Russia where he was 6ent as minister by President Lin Â¬ coln Mr Goodloe aotad 3 secretary of the legation nntil 1882 when he re Â¬ turned and joined the Union army as assistant adjutant general of volunteers serving until 1804 when ho resigned and commenced the practioe of law in Lexington In 1833 he was elected a delegate to tho National Republican convention and was appointed a mem- Â¬ ber of the committee to notify Gen Grant of his nomination In 187 ha was elected to the state senate and the following winter was nominated by the Republican caucus for United States senator Ho was minister to Belgium under Hayes and is now a member of the National Republican committee be Â¬ ing chairman of the committee on speakers He is married and has eight Colonel A 31 Swope CoL A M Swope was about 45 years 25 With Local Application as they BUTCHER CATTLE can not reach the disuse and iu order Good to Extra 3 50 3 75 to cure it you have to take internal Fair to Good 3 25 3 40 3 oo 3 25 remedies Halls CATAKBn Cure is Extra Fat Steers 2 50 2 75 taken internally and acts directly on Fair to Good Steers 2 50 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 mucus surface Halls Fair to Good Cows the blood and 2 25 2 00 1 35 1 50 Catarrh Cure Is no quack medicine Common Cows 1 00 I 25 It was prescribed by one of the best Rough Cow s and Oxen BULLS physicians in the country for years 2 75 3 00 It is Best Shipping aud is a regular prescription 2 25 Best Bologna 2 15 composed of the best tonics known Fair Bologna 2 10 2 oe combined with the bebt blood purifiers Fair to Good Feeders 1 75 1 90 1 50 65 acting directly on the mucus surface Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS The perfect combination of two ingreGood Extra Steers 2 85 3 00 dients is what produces Fuch wonder 2 Sc 2 60 Fair to Good Steers ful results iu curing catarrh a 50 2 25 Good to Extra Heifers CO Props F J CHENEY Common andThinStockcrs 1 75 2 00 Toledo Ohio COWS AND CALVES 21 25 JSfSold by Druggists 75c 00 Best Grades 5 00 1 Â¬ Â¬ Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 3 50 2 50 2 00 4 25 4 00 3 00 3 75 3 00 2 OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES uKT33 SILK FRONT -- FURNISHING GOODS AT- - something new Sashes in all colors Underwear in profusion REWMEDRESS GROOK GOODS Â¬ ROOK BOTTOM PRICES m H THE MqKEE hi ass mi Will Euchings Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered Kid Gloves Silk Um brellas and many other articles We have j Kinging Xoises In the ears sometimes a roaring buz- Â¬ zing sound are caused by catarrh that exceedingly disagreeable aud very common disease Loss of smell or hearing nlso result from catarrh Hoods Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier it a is peculiarly successful rem- Â¬ edy for this disease which it cures by purifying the blood If you suffer from catarrh try Hoods Sarsaparilla It tlie peculiar mediolue Fair to Good 30 13 Common Best Veal Calves 5 Fair to Good 4 Heavy Common and 2 HOGS Select Butchers 3 Fair to Good Packers 3 Good to Extra Lights 3 Light Pigs 3 SPRING LAMBS Extra 40 oo3s oo25 35 4 00 00 5 50 W A POWELL AT THE 50 00 95 75 5 00 2 75 4 00 3 90 90 4 00 75W 3 a5 so 5 75 CO ISSDRAICE TORNADO The Latest Goods the Markets Afford embracing the most popular styles FIRE LIGHTNING and COME AND SEE US You can not fail to be pleased with our selections Our pri- Â¬ ces agree with the Louisville By Glover Tobacco AVare House Market Durrett LonisviUe lobaoco Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the past week jui t closed amount to 2220 lihdd with receipts for the same period of 500 lihds cale8 on our market since January 1st amount to 118916 lihds Sales of the crop of 1SS8 on our market to this date amount to 63107 lihds The offerings of Burley have been somewhat increased this week with a very large proponderence of low grades and while prices are not decidedly lower the market is somewhat weaKeron all grades Au occasional hogfhead of the new crop is beiiig told children at price that are generally satisfactory Correspondence Relating to the Difficulty considering inequality Louisvttijj Ky Nov 9 The fol The lollowing quotations fairly replowing is tho correspondence between resent our market on Burley tobacco the committee and Cols Swopo and Trash Dark and damaued tobacco Goodloe in whioh the latter agreed to S2 00 to 100 bury their differences growing out oi Colory Trash 1860 to 600 tho convention affair Common Lugs uot colory 400 to To Thk Pcbuc The personal differences C000 between CoL A M Swope and CoL William Colory Lugs 6 00 to 000 Cassias Goodloe Laving been referred to us for Common Leaf S700 to S10 00 honorable adjustment we bag to submit the Medium to good leaf 1000 to S1500 following oards to the paMic which wo be 15 00 to Select or wrappery leaf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mucous membrane tho head is by tar the most common and tho most liable to be neglected It cannot bo cured by local applications Being a constiÂ¬ tutional disease It requires a constitutional remedy lllco Hoods Sarsaparilla whleb W O I S e 3 working through the Wood eradicates the impurity which causes and pro motes the catarrh and soon effects a perma Â¬ nent cure At tho same time Hoods Sarsa parllla builds up tho whole system and makes ono feel renewed In strength and health If you suffer ImpurO from catarrh bo sure to RlnorJ try Hoods Barsaprlua I used Hoods Sarsaparilla for catarrh and received great reHef and benefit from it Tho catarrh was very disagreeable especially la the winter causing constant discharge from my nose ringing noises In my ears and pains In Handsome Barter -- Shop and Seven Splendid Companies May affect any portion ol the body whero tia First -- Class Barbers North America - Philadelphia Is Iound But catarrh ol Springfield - atarrh WITH A Massachusetts Ringing tjnan New York Germauia - Perfect satisfaction given to every Connecticut - - - Hartford to ladies one Special nttention given - - - New York Also to ray country Niagara and ohlldroo - - - - Cincinnati Amazon friends I have moved my sliop over to the Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia Hotel aud I hope oil will come to eee Yours very respectfully me JOEL W MACKEY times and our BENNETT goods with the demands of the public GENTLEMEN SHOULD NOTICE TTTAT OUR ROOK BOTTOM RATES Office at Farmers National Bank Hoods your insurance old BURNAM HUME I also keen at Fresh Oysters BlrdsHm Beef Steak Is kept in a first N B Milling property and And everything that J W M country stores a specialty clan Restaurant 20- my place 32 Sl RESTAURANT Oall and see us before placing MERCHANT - TAILORING - DEPARTMENT F Robessov JoiraSHACXLEyoBD Swopes Letter Lexisgtow Ky May 9 1SSS Hon J B Beck Coi E F Clay Gen J F Robinson and ProfessorShaetloford GiK rLHinas That all the personal differ ences between CoL TV C Goodloe and me may be amlcahly settled I deem it my duty at suggested by yen gentlemen jto withdraw lieve to be honorable and manly on the part of both gentlemen James B Bbck E jr Clay 2500 Road horses troUers and runners shod in anv manner desired I have just received an extra Jot of four year old second growth timber for repairing All worn Ruar-all Kinds of y agons very lowest prices Shop anteed at the baok of JBrookss drug store Respectfully J cflort t0 Ava my head In the morning by hawking and spitting was painful Hoods Sarsaparilla gavo mo relief Immediately while In time I was enÂ¬ tirely cored I am never without the medl cine In my house as I tWnk it Is worth Its weight in gold MesOBGibc 1029 Eighth SLNW Washington D C I was troubled with that annoying disease nasal catarrh and never found relief till I took Hoods 8arsaparHhu J I Routt N B Be sure to get Jtarksburg Ky oarsapariiiaTbQ SALT -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE KI1EMABTEI Having taken a thorough course In Kindergarten under Miss Adams of -- Is complete We have an accomplished cutter and the best of journey workmen We keep in stock all the latest and best imported and domestic CLOTHS AND CASSIMEEES Try us GROOKE BENNETT Cures Cntnrrh Hoods Sarsaparilla rreparedonlr BoldbyaBdrnggUts kxfor SI Rates 250 to The Largest and Finest Hotol in Lexington I will open the city On Monday September 9 8TQN t7 C L HOOD A CO ApotLcadLoweU lUifc 100 Doses Ono Dollar Slebly LMIDKJFF 29 29 a school at my home on Third Street A large and well ventilaled room will According to rooms be built especially for this purpose For further Information apply to Turkish and Husian Baths in Miss LOULA BRONSTON 6- 230 N Third Street 32 31 Hotel 4 Per Day 89 I URMSTOE i 4d II - JWSVS 5 i r s f i - SS J tt irrfl SA j -- cggr ifr igiy Tfga-Cc SUPPLEMENT UeS ngTtgnJ NUJ O i 1 c5an5i III L TAKE THE RIGHT ROAD Oh raaay aa larcat tnrniig Aloe oor I Je 1 ureey we met VTtore WbMw aad bnas bMt a AaJ TOdih Is the 1 for oar lee a waj- - out of twrlrotr-U-- s Sat I J M j SUPPLEMENT SSRg ftjaSP fcJ fcfW ftu r 22 f H t NUMBER VOLUME EHTIICR RICHMOND there I rested la darkness till at length ny father Ameeeoioat came bearing a knap ajd bowiug low before me led meby MABISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY est mv ond and spook hoc to me of love for with love comes sorrow and mine is another and a higher way A j ay so lhru sayest aud joy too that comes with love Ncrcr taik 11 Uy of love my liog for it brought thee lierc La I la but it is always tue way The goose on the vlng laughs at crocodiles so goes their saying down at A cxandna but when tho goose is sleep on lira water it is the crocodiles who laugh JJit but what women aro pretty crocod los lien worship the croco ddes at Autiiribis Crocooopolis but they worship women all the world overt La bo v my tongue docs run on and tbou about to to crowned Pharaoh Did I not prophecy Â¬ 1 NOVEMBER 13 1889 across thewntc s of tne baruor to guide and crowned with ivy leaves ran up strik Â¬ smite my slave when I make progress JUGGED LK5HTMH6 THE MESILLA VALLEY marinors on their way across tho wine dark ing tho people One man more especially through ay city f sea Tho vessel for it was night having for he was a giant and being strong was I am Harmachis I answered boMly Some of the Characteristics of a Blch Tfbat May Re Expected from Brcirio been most cautiously mado fist to the quay the hand forth into tho great baU Hero insolent beyond measure smiting tho peo- Â¬ Harmachis fie astrologer adopted son ot Storage in the Near Fosove Section of New Slezlco 1 disembarked aud stood wondering at the ple without cause as indeed is the wont of md there between Its mighty pillars lights High Priest and Govornor of Abouthb the I may reasonably hope to ae ttaulifa Las Cruxes Is tho principal town in vast mass of houses and confused by the low persons set iu authority For nigh to who am come hither to seek my fortune were set that dhay showed tbe sculptured otal ia known as tbe MesiUa valley energy carried around as money h car- Â¬ clamor of many tongues For hero all peoimages upon the wails and dimly fell upon Asd wjk vtih a co OJaulluurt mo stood a woman an Egyptiau by her face I smote thy slave O Queen because for bc what Mesilla valley is a distinctive name ried in mens vest pockets said an emi Â¬ ples scorned to bo gathered together each bearing a child iu her arms whom tha man Assured of tienl oomlort aad en danca the long lino of tho seven and lhirty Lords from Ccn aown the woman yonder The fault ho struck aii Uitclest Route If no tafce tha r Bht road at tbe start applied to that portion of the Rio Grande nent electrician recently at a acicntaths speaking after the fashion of Ins own land Priests and Princes who seated upon seeing that she was weak struck on tbe Ask of those who saw Royal Egypt Kc iuAj to AH PefaU North And as I stood a young mau camo and head with his rod so that she fell prone and chairs awaited my coming in silence sho said Harmachis the name bathi valley In the extreme southern part of meeting in New York This is Alilliag VWm only to watoh these around as touched me on the shoulder asking me if 1 tho people murmured r t West and Seum Before them facing away from the seven But my blood a high sound and thou hast a high look New Mexico extending from Fort SeJ electric storage down finer thaa there is Tb Me mIs Had comfMnioiit of youth was from Aboutbis and named Harmachis Sanctuaries w n set a throne around vlnch TV o eaccrtr suttfiat oiler ev 1 rushed of a sudden through my veins at tho And then speaking to a sodier who had den on the north to tlie Texas line not really any necessity for at praaent LINE BETWEEN I said Yea Thereon bending over me sight and drowned my reason In my seen all she bado him tell her what bad f frojn tn cjty 0f El Paso Tex Its there may be stood tbe Priests holding the sacred imAnd tor ad from tbe teaealags oft nth deveJofHneate in the near he Whispered tho secret piussnordlnto mine hand I held a staff of olive wood from come to pa- ages and banners As I came into tno dim We to o ly to aoh and renumber This he did tnilMully being avcrage width jg about three maea j future which will enable a man to Kgnt Toe Iouobi tar y da ly impart ear and beckoning to two slaves bade Cyprus and as the block brute laughed at friendly dtepos toward and boiy place the Dignitaries rose and Ih fa his path or his cigar front a storage batÂ¬ mJ h Tost those are toe sorest to triumph lliem bring my apparel from the ship This bowed before me speakiag lis word While tha sight of tho stricken woman and her overcome the Jiubian Thereon she turned Wto tafce the riRht road at toe start carries his j pilule ih EHVet May 12th 1SS8- they he can carry my father led ine to the steps of the throne ir it to thoo Well thou art clean Lord of Crowddid oflighting th whoway through the babo rolling on tho ground I swung tho and spoke with the girl bearing tbe fan who exceedingly nch awl fertile awl w es tery which may come to as hethat a man porters peas wero clamorand in a low voice bade mo stand beforo i Staff aloft and Smote So shrewdly did I stood beside ber a woman having curHng pecially adapted for the cultivation of wallet It the Double Crown Go fortn AX rasny and many n fa rare N No 4 Xe 2 And then he spake And raaoy a heartache ire owe And I came forth with the old wifes fool ing for hire Then I followed him Strike that tbe tough rod split upon tbe hair and shy dark oyes very beautiful to fine fruit although almost every variety can at any tune walk up to a box m a ISD KscbeH lhHy KiShu To errors sjd fuillea Lords Priests nnd Princes of the ancient Ish talk riugmg m iny cjis though of a adown tho quay which was bordered with giants shoulders and the blood spurted see Tha girl answered somewhat Then of fruit vegetables ami grain can be public place drop a nickel in the slot and A blenders ire cade locj ago orders of the land of Khem nobles from truh her folly bad over a gram of Tt in it drinking pi ices where all sorts of men forth staining his trailing leaves of ivy Cleopatra bade them bring tbe slave to her produced w ith great success One of get enough electric energy stored in ha were gathered tippling wine and watching Aid the way to avoid tbS4 disasters Then with a shriek of pain and fury for So they led forwaid the giant who had the principal and best paying crops of pocket secondary battery to last him Ibe Upper and the Lower Country here As I came oneo more tho Dignitaies J5I t uuili kwaa hop atupsa To lessen the sorrowful -- oirt fco p gathered in answer to my summons hear rose and bowed before ine Then my tho dancing of women somo of whom were those who smite lovo not that they iuuuiiiiiioiu the vallev i alfalfa hav of which four for twenty four hours This is what Is tt tara from false lirtis so aUsriBg iti but scantily arrayed and some not arrayed be smitten did he turn and spring woman whom he bad smitten down I me I present unto you with snob scant father without delay drew near mc and ooaop i iii sTpra And take the right rood at the start formality as the occasion can afford tho placed within my lnuds a giden imae of at all And so wo went through the lamp lit at me I And all the people round she said in the same low and sometimes five cuttings are made electric storage may come to in time It Thou dog 5140pm Mqpn fcypa fVe taoy point to some Utne Is the future Prince Harmachis by right and true de-Â¬ Uie divine Goldi ss JIa iTrutb and golden bouses till at last we reached tbe shore of gave back savo only the woman who voice itaopm nMo pm thou coward I who being strong in one season There is always a good is now an infant of four or five years and j Whoc we will our footsteps retrace scent of blood the descendant and heir of images of tho arks of the divine God Amen tho great harbor and turned to the right could not rise leaving us twain in a ring as didst smite down this woman and being a market for alfalfa hay which brings since Ha birth it has made advances in 4S P 11 a am L fcaa pm And all the darfc reeorS of evil ueMer imspa from 10 to 14 per ton Every acre of an opposite direction from the general the ancient Puaraohs of our most unhappy Ra of the divine Mout nnd the divine along a wide way paved with granite and it were On became with a rush rihd as lie coward wast overthrown of this youngman pm rjaP1 md bordered by strong houses having cloisters jv Vtb derds txjro and holy eSaee J pm camcboiug now mad I smote him with my See tbou I will teach thee manners the valley is so located that it can be ir-Â¬ law of nature Things usually increase land Priest is hoof tho inmost circle of Khens sml spane solemnly sier mi But well Cad it a fatal delusion in front of them tho liko of whch I had clenched fist botwecn tho eyes having the Mvsteries of the Divine Isls Master of Henceforth when titou smitcst women it rigated from tlie river which divides ia weight vith added years but the stor Â¬ v rinl Tbou sivearcst by tho living majesty of 45 Pm And they act the worthier part the Mysteries Hereditary Priest of tho Pyr Â¬ Ma by the majesty of Amen Ra of Mout nCrer seen Turning onco more to tho naught else wherewith to smite and he shall be with thy left arm Ho guards tho total acreage into two nearly equal age battery has been steadily dimmish uuiul j MS pm Who begin as tbey rocaa to continue right tvo camo to a quieter portion of the staggered like an ox beneath the first blow seise this black coward and strike off bis amids which are by Memfl Instructed ill and of Khons a And talce the right road at tbe start parts Tlie main line of the Atchison ing in this respect It was born henry sity where save for parties of strolling Of tho priests axe Thereat tbe people right hand gMonl jJeyw j tbe Solemn Rites of Uie llely Osiris 1b N Y Ledger I swear I said revelers tho streets wore still PresenUy shouted for thoy lovo to see u fltfht and the there any among you who hatlr aught to And her command given she sank back Topeka and Santa Fe railroad passes and it is claimed for k that in the hit Thou s wearest by the holy land of Khem a built of to tbem No S urge against the trve line of his blood So 1 by Sihors 11 od by the Temples of tho Gods my guide halted at in housecrossing a white man was known games as a gladiator vic- in her golden chariot and again tho cloud through the entire valley on tlie east eighteen months it has lost fully two and small itone W e passed Gathering up his gathered in her eyes But the guards side of tlie river The altitude is about thirds in weight meanwhile gtowiaa Borsw all y Kx Sbh Kxb4tu torious in tho He paused and my Uncle Scpa rising and tho eternal Prramids WHEN SLEEPY TIME COMES courtyard entered a chamber whero there strength the knave came on tvith an oath We have made ex- Â¬ from his chair spoke seised the giant and notwithstanding his 3800 feet lower than Santa Fe and 1200 constantly healthier and more powerful Is wear Do yon fancy our Rob goes to bed Indeed no amination of the records and there is none The secondary battery emanated from Romombormg thy doom if thou shoudst was a light And hero at last I found my and whirling his heavystafl on highstruck cries and prayers for mercy struck off his feet lower than Denver and tlie average most glad to see me safe I at me in such a fashion that bad I not by hand with a sword upon the wood of tbo Dat he steps his stlek horse w th a very load O Amenemh it Ho is of the Royal blood mc5 a fail therein tnou s wearest that thou wilt In uncle 1Sepa the almost simultaneous discovery hy iond bad washed and caton he told me bimbleness avoided the blow I had surely scaffolding and be was carried away groan- Â¬ of the climate is mihl and as near per 1145 and Awhoar his descent is true all things govern Eypt aocordlag to its When Plante and Fanre that be found anywhere The r 111 L - -Inst In frost of ray chair for a seeosd or so Is there any among you went on my ancient laws that thou wilt preserve the hat nil things went well and that as yet been slain But as it chanced the staff hit ing Then the procession moved on again fection as can experienced by the peoÂ¬ two Frenchmen a ad iter I sheets of corroded lead possessed the When the clock oa teo mantel str kes e qht upon the grouud and so heavily that it flew As It went tlie fair woman with tbo fan only real winter father who con deny that this Royal Har- Â¬ worship of its Gods tliat thou wilt do equal here was no thought of evil at the Court -- t5 H nnl A Mrs May now the darks con ng As he says machis by sanctions Of the very Gods hath justice that txAi wilt net oppress that further ho said it baring como to tho cars in fragments Thereon again the multitude turned her head caught my eye and smiled ple of the valley is in the month of Jan- Â¬ power or function of retaining uhitlikityÂ¬ muni ami I C4pm down communicated to them by means of batbeen gathered to Isis been shown the way thou wilt not beray that thou wilt make of tbo vuecn that tne PrUst of On shouted and the great man blind witli and nodded as though she rejoiced whereat uary and even then the temperature A dicier yppH Happy dream t most hurry along maam to A 4 w P 714 am bf the Osiris beed admitted to be the no alliance with the Rntnuii or tue Grc k was sojourning she fury rushed at me to smite me down But 1 wondered somewhat rarely falls below 20 degs above zero teries or dynamo electric generators at Alexandria town of the Pyramids P1 I for and cloMjIy questioned with a cry 1 sprang straight at his throat 1 itin The people cheered also and made jests In the midsummer the temperature is The result was a ponderous and weighty 7e ai 3 45 pm Theres a rirer to cross sad yen know tinlght HereditarybyHign Priest of the Temples of that thou lit cast out the foreign idols sent not linn any plot pm S am 4 S P 1 I Memfl and which are drown as to for of that she for bo was so heavy a man that I knew I saying that I should soon praetice astrology about the some as that of the Pacific chest filled with rolls or sheets of lead that thou wilt de oto thy life 10 thehberty him t pm 111m yojpa If I dared any longer to Trait him by strength tbePyraaiids never thought but as to tbo rumor which could not hope to throw in the palace Betas soon as we might I coast but one does not experience any-Â¬ of the laud of Khem ulii When tub discovery was given to the 530 pm 913 am 00 pm bad reached her that there was treasure ay and gripped it Thero I clung though Then roc that oM Priest who had been p m Perhaps five minutes later I Sod him la Wod Czjj p a Hejf a m gton and ray uncle eseaped aad made our a I swear P pm me like bludgeons driving back to the house All the while be rited thing liko the discomforts that attend an world although both discoverers had fc45 Vi IMll I nv guide in h natwuiary of Ihr Mother and Great Pyramid that is With abzcdAercBief tied round his dear ourly It is well Mount then thy throne that hid in the ever wasteful sbo was by On his fists battered his throat Round and me for my rashness but when we name eastern summer protected it with patents all electiicinns everiu my thumbs Into made answer i rei head M in th presence of thy subjects I may For being SVILLE BRANCH The store buildings and most of the and dabblers in electricity began to ex- Â¬ money aad bad bethougnt her of round wo turned till at length he flunghim my own iBOwlodiie know I tLssx name thee Pharaoh these want of within the chamber of the boose be em- Â¬ hat of Be Is TOally Quite Ilk so tbe deeter has said No 11 No 9 opening tho Pyramid things But le laughed self to tho earth trusting thus to shake me braced me and rejoiced greatly because residences are built of adobe mud periment in the same direction as the Out his merry eyes tw nkte with fax I mounted upon the throne wbcrpof Imlly Bally II HOUND Is there footstool is a sphinx and the canopy the at her telling her tho Pyramid was the off But I held on fast as wo rolled over with so little hurt to myself I had over Â¬ bricks and usually around an open original Hra of the battery had been work- Â¬ Sa at ooee Im a hospital aare uaderstand Once m re my father spake the burying place IKi hUH And I sit by bis si 1 c smoothtag soltly his baud any among jou who hath aught to of the Divine Chufu and and over tn tho ground till at last ho grew thrown the giant ing Two or three companies had been square called a placitL In these placitis wings of Ma Then did overshadowing UnUl soon Tory awn he is sate n tbe 1 nd a 3S P against this Royal II1ru11ch1 m thwt by AtuoucRihtit oue Hentir tlraw nigh and that naught knew ho of its secrets Then faint for want of breath Then I being up- Â¬ UIH1 to be cojrrunrED1 or open air gardens it is no uncommon formed in this country and rktnuce Wh6re his journeys la dreams are began K45 pm wickedness of heart or lire by uacleauDCas lihtea qpoii hiy bro ile Ijhent and oM ml she was angered and swore that so surely permost drave my ktleb down upon his mb ai thing to pick roses at Christmas while were obtained from the French patentees 430 pm Jon LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP or falsity it i i not ht or nicct liutwe head tbo D lublo Crown nnd about my as she ruled in Lgypt she would tear it chest and as I believe Should thus have fceo av S4S Pm There are tiaras when tocotaer the mountains about Feb 1 the trees commence to put to protect the business from mfrinrets down stono by stone and discover the Blaln him in my rage bad not my undo and should crown luo Lord of lul tlie Lands Kaff am 61 pm we el rob shoulders the Royal Robe nnd in my hands la Evil ieporH forth a new growth of leaves About Tlie ensuing experiments were ejrhaaw fcji ami fcj6 pm only tbe staircase yoa know CTery tme Then roa ua i d lnsce of il ina and the Scepter and the Scourge secret at its heart Again he laughed aud others thero gathered fallen upon me ana Never Listen Your Ass4iclatt s Cooceralns Ills ten ami 7 jopm And oar jeeroey Begins at the iestaat the made answer We h o in j of these ten days ago the enterprising citizens of tive and millions of dollars were spent in the words of the proverb which they dragged mo from him Royal Harmacak he cried by these have here There are few people however worthy oas am Sio pm as- Â¬ And meanwhile though I knew it not thme ae O Am t in the endeavor to substitute sooiethuag at Alexandria told her that tokens I tbo that have entirely escaped tbe Las Cruces and the Mesilla valley Of the do k on the maatel says oicht No M N 12 y ftbt r wht outward sigus andICi M u Ma atHigh Priest Mountains livo longer than Kings There- tho chariot wherein sat tho Queen with their lives slanderous tongues Si inpathy sisted by the territorial board of immi- Â¬ lighter for the lead It was quickly disIt is yc venom of Aboutbis of tho temple f Inlly Or my K bs egiaeer as a passenger tra n lfJUXO Ill seed on sho smiled at his ready answer and let elephants going beforo and lions led after is wanting in thd Pinee K rmcl gration and the Atchison Topeka and covered that oxidgs and certain salts of KxbHtl Kx Sun however is foolishly expended when lavWhteb has stopped at the statloa so Lear tee aim go Also my uncle Sepa told mo tiiat It had como even to tho spot and because of Kefct nebf the O iiian Le tho woman crown thee Pnaraoh oftheUpperandLowcr home la ie ished upon those that are constantly bear Santa Fo railroad fitted out a car with lead could be used to replace much of Land Reign and prosnar O Hope of on the morrow should see this Cleopatra pra That find of the tumult had been halted I looked up ilie I Atoua stand for Jt ivirt tell to this company Rhemi 515 am Â¬ it iso a traveler eaajht in the rain remarks said of them win M 557 a ra xa pm For it was her birthday as indeed it was and thus torn panting my white garmenlt ing all the ill natured we have all tbe friend fine fruit and other products of the val- Â¬ the weight of solid metal and that time those thiugs lout cme to p t s wueu at the Who Is very glad hot to be late 1 am 3 14 pra As a general thing le ley and started east taking in tbe prin- could bc thus gained in getting the blood that had rushed -hour of her death she who was my wife the Reign and prosper Pharaoh echoed also nunc and dressed as tho Holy Isis stained with a m 3 jt p ra And ray 1 weca Uure 715 Dignitaries bowmgxlown before me and all the love tile boy knew It ts alt taaho believo she would pass in state from her palace on from the mouth asd nostrils of the mighty shippossess either ofwedescrve forwe win cipal towns along the line of the Santa batteries up to their maximum efficiency prophesied over this Prrooe being filled 7t4 a ra 415 pm f these unless Then one by one they swore allegiance Perforated sheets of lead were filled 135 am 630 pm net it hlps him you see tot to worry aad the Lochias to the Serupcum to offer a sac Â¬ Nubian 1 for tho flfst time saw Cleopatra not and with what measure we mete it Fe route Tbe scheme of sending out with the spirit of the Harbors had sworn And having sworn my rifice 635 pm cnevt 10135 am Thereon old Atoua crept forward from till all at tho shrne of the false God wno face to face Her chariot Vaa all of gold them be meted to us again and does not thi3 car i3 to intelligently show to the with red oxide ami other products of pm When tbe time has arrived all his pteythteiBi in solerctipro MC45 am 645 Ill- the shadow of the coUmns and earnestly frthprtiiokmobyhohandi of the seven sits therein Aud he said thereaftor that and drawn by indk whito steeds Therein shall get love people of tho cost the resources and ca- Â¬ lead and one manufacturing concern toleare loveb eession h led me Into each whereby I should gain entrance Bhe sat With two fair girls clad in Greek told Uuse thing that fc ivo bc n written rivet IxlBgloti IMasi Arrlveh And toy el J to hs ga toiod fate S Observe those who are most exercised by pabilities of this wonderful valley and constructed lead plates in the form of a nreHihis temole of Ra- - thefashion Kxeepl Suwltiy fanning h in to the household of the Queen should bo attire standing ono en either side Ye have heard r d my f Ather Jdo ye Mrs Who am I O hs mamiyon know cattle rais Â¬ honeycomb and tilled up the ceils wish slanders Ai e they not generally locking N DTI No S romi tially oelweeu contrived beli vo tujttbe wooiji who was y wife Mefc Ma and In each I made offerings May her with glittering fans There she sat In In dignity Aro Ihcy not lacking in tru to demonstrate the fact that only indus- Â¬ lead compounds All this tended to di- Â¬ lid lndnuHlt u I ran dxily And bts partner n plaBtiie- - th s alee little Way spaxewih ing and mining are not the swung incense and officiated as Priest was tho covto rest Then being very weary I went the splendid car On her head tbedi7Uoio L uriniiuil ami IxiHctoo friends and are they no f enerally prone tc tries of New Mexico This fine exhibit minish the weight of the storage boxes Clad in the Royal Robes I made offerings In but could steep little for the strangeness of ering of Isis the golden horns between Which ts banpily closes t o Inn nappy day We do they m sm so loudly deprecate in ii h iMKermeCtiinKit AVInrhes- of Horus la tho Bhrine of Isls When the clock en tbe raanlt 1 str kes c ghk tbo place the noises ia the streets and the which rested the moons round disk and tbe tbo very vice they pake ihShrIne of fruit is kept fresh by supplies which and experiments were stilt continued Then my Uuelo r aad iits on lite N N d M V Hy Patty Caryl n Housewife In the Sanno of Osiris Inthb Sbrmeot thought of tho morrow While it was yet emblem of Osiris throne with the uncus othersproof view of making tbem Royil Hjrmus thou hast beard koUhlsoirtmeeltOH M Iexiimloi The that they lack dignity is thai are shipped from here doilysouthwest of with the The decrease in weight in still Know now that we arc gathered here to Amen Ra in the Shrine Of HoTCinku in tho dark I rose climbed the stair to the roof of twined around Beneath the covering was lighter the Two and one half miles IT NT TrHlHr IhlK Hue nnu-r- they are so easily approached by any one crown llx e Kn of the Uiper and Hie Shrine of rtah till at length trenched tho the house and waited Pnsently the suifs tho vulture cap of gold tbe blue enameled leiuirt fnH the CoHtral Uwlm historical Mex- Â¬ last year is said to be nearly 75 per cent The proof thit the st iiiihi OitWHHHtl inaklHECon- rays shot out like arrows aud lit upon the wings and the vulture head with gemmy bearing idle reportsthat they listen to slan this point is situated the is Shrine of the Kings Chamber Lower Laids tby lioiy father Amcnem tme friends is ican town of Mesilla It the second and at tbe same time the efficiency has ill imhhIs North Ka4 slid Hero they made their offering to me as white wonder of the marolo Pharos whereeyes under which her long dark tresses lack hat renouncing ai 1 bis right en thy behalf oldest town in the territory Santa Fe been increased largely and the eest ef Tirkelx M nod Bhukhko Checked and left mo very of tho light instantly sank and died as flowed toward hu feet About her round Â¬ ders that are rife about them We are met not indeed in such I oolp and the Divine Pharaoh CMCtml by a railroad If A approaches you saying B tells nv being the oldest and it is claimed to be manufacture greatly reduced It is though indeed the suu bod killed it Now ed neck was a bread collar of gold studded ceremony as is due totne occasion for that weary but aKvi up wih van you aro jirtlrularKaddretis orenllou any Being cs Accouat cf the Fall and the rays fell upon tbo marble palaces of tlie with emerads and coral Round her arms that be thinks not proveeaten B would no tho third oldest town in the United claimed by some manufacturers that which we do must be done in secret lest oiiipaHVor that ity does this CIIAPTnit VIIL Lochias where Cleopatra lay and lit them our lives and the caise that is more dear to States Twenty years ago it was the their batteries w ill give out 90 per cent and wrists wero bracelets of gold studded K IT IIACON NxlN Vensettiscc cf Harmachis the ho not found a wi AKEWETI OF AMFNEMHAT TO TtAnHACmS up till they flamed like a jewel set on the tvith emeralds aad corah and ia one hand have thus spoken had I us than lifo shou d pay the forfeit but yet Agl of tbe energy stored in them hot this Trev Aitt log llstenerl Surely the simplest persoi metropolis of southern New Mexico Royal Egyptian TO ALEXANDRIA COKING OF HAIIUAClllS nnatiU dark cool bosom of the sea Away the sho held tho holy symbol of lifo crux ansa ought to learn this much ot humen aatun Seven stages arrived and departed daily statement is doubted by some electri- Â¬ Lextloii Ky with such dignity and observance of tho KXHOnxATiox or sepa the rssiso or light flew hissing tlie Somas sacred uome I ancient ritc- - as our circumstances nay ta fashioned of crystal and ia the other iliB lieol Pokh AgU CiHdBBHtl cians who say tliat they will average A iionsn as isis and tub over CiavOFAi seldom carry their wares whert from different points of the territory j NTIVUTON V Preu wherein Alexander sleeps touching the tha golden rod of royalty Her breast was People no Oen MbhV command Learn i ew how Ihit matter neuner will i throw urTtic cuAbiATon vr nAnsUcuis AS SET rOETH BY HIS OWH HASD higtriopsof a thousand palacs aud tem- bare but under was a gartflOht that glis there is amarket iffor theia not carry one Arizona and Texas Business was brisk Â¬ from 90 to 73 per cent at their best hangs and if after learning tby mind MIKAsL Rtehmood Ky he can dog fetch bono For two years storage batteries hare prices high and money plenty The inOW tho long days of ples past tho porticoes of the great muconsents thereto then mount thy throne O tened like tho scaly covering ol a snake ili Hiaoiherof o4Hnaeree HhIM 111 ClneiHitotl O habitants were mostly Mexican and the been used in Newark with varying suc preparation had seum that loomed near at bund striking everywhere sewn with gems Beneath this back Pharaoh and suear the oath is Tn Friendships unerring rule Bv H Rider Hacgard passed and the time the lofty shrine where carve n of Ivory is robe was a skirt of golden cloth half hid by friends seldom bear cril reports anVt if b Long liath Khm groaned beneath the American element chiefly composed of cess in electro jttating and house tighting was at hand I was the image of the false God Sernpis md -- t a scarf of the broidered silk of Cos falling chance tbey do hear tbey never repe it t men who had come west for their health The plater finds them a great boon be- Â¬ mulled heel of th - Greek and trcmbli d at Author of Kinc Solomons Mines the bbadow of tho Romans spear long has initiated and I was last seeming to lose itself in the vast aud la folds even to the sandals that fastened any one much less to the friend slandered Allsin Quotormatn Sho the climate in the states being too hot cause they enable him to conduct his 11 Then as the dawn gloomy Necropolis tbe ancient worship of its Gods been deswith great pearls adorned her whA8 and He plates with his so that Etc Eto Etc crowned Some propose to discountenance all gos for them In those days tbe man who work day and night Â¬ ecrated and its people crashed with opalthough the com- Â¬ gathered into day the great Hood tiny f eet kind as a bar to slander set bis stakes in this country and staid dynamo while the steam power is runÂ¬ OF ARTISTIC- overhrimining it sip of whatever the IkjwI But wo beiievo that tbe hour of All this I discerned at a glance as pression To set a saw mon fok knew mc of brightness Xllnstrated br KICHDIi ofler CATOIT V7COI But this Is unnecessary with it was a man of unquestionable ning during the day and at the same deliverance is at hand and with tbe solemn were Tnen I looked upon tbe face that not necessarily to file its teeth all down not or know me of night flowed Into tho lower lands VlliS cud OE3XFIBUTIAG2N Cajsar ruined Egypt and to have conversation harmless it is un courage When the railroad was built time tlie dynamo is loading up tbe cells of voice of Egypt and bytue ancient Gods only as Priest of and streets aud showed Alexandria red in face which scducea tho sunrise as the of a king and and was doomed to give Augustus the necessary to confino it to impersonal mat through the valley it left Mesilla several When power stops in the evening the Egypt to whose cause thou art of all men CUA1TEB VII Isls there wero In shaped as a mantlemantle The Etesian wind scepter of the world I looked upon tbe tors or to reduco tho treatment of ever miles to one side and she now stands an wires leading from the dynamo to the bound we call upon thee O Frince to be OF THE AWAKtSG OF HARMAOH 8 OF THE Egypt thousands who came up from the north and swept away the flawUss Grecian features the rounded chin plating baths are attached to the storage the sword of our deliverance I Hearken CCBEMOKT OP BIS SROWXKIG AS rBARAOH dca1 eominor pi at heart bowed down to vapor from the harbors so that I saw their thoTull rich lips tho ohiseled nostrils and personal question to the a generous loiitu i isolated wreck of her former greatnessis batteries and they go on silent It deposit Â¬ orTHEUrPEKAND THB IOWIK IAMI ASD Tweny thousard good and leal men arc Six miles northwest of Las Cruces ins Pharaoh Tho hour blue waters rocking a thousand ships I the ears fashioned like delicate shells I level There should beconversation One sworn to wait upon tby word and at thy 07 THE OFFSUISOS HIDE TO THB PHARAOH accorded to all general located the Shalam colony This colony ing the metal through the still watches was at hand and my soul went saw too that mighty mole of the Hepta Grecian sew the forehead low broad and lovely tbe absent friends andneigaoors may bespoke to rise as of the night In the same manner a A AGAIN I tvoke to signal sword rad one to put the and sub forth to meet it For I longed stadlum I saw the hundreds of streets with their blood to the rrisped dark hair falling in heavy waves of as though hy some miraculous powe is composed of tlie followers of Dr A has a dynamo in his find myself stretched st nee to build thoo a throne set more sureto nv orthrow tlto foroigncf to set tho countless houses tbe innumerable that sparkled in the sun the arched eye- Â¬ they could bear all remarks Wowouli M Ilowland and J B Newbrough who manufacturer who storage batteries to 1 at lonRth upon the ly on the soil of Khem than are its ancient Egypt free to mount the throuo that was wealth and splendor of Alexandria set like brows and the long bent lashes Thero be- Â¬ soon dislike claim to be something higher and wiser shop can easily fill our dearest friends were we t stone noorioK ol tbe Pyramids such a throne as shall even roll my hentago and cleanse the temples of aqueea betwixt Mareolis and the ocean light his house at night imperial than ordinary mortals Their Bible fore me was the grandeur of of Hcly rtacft ol Isls tbe Roman legions back And for that sig- my Gods I was fain for tho struggle and and dominating both and X was tilled with shape Thero burnt tbo wonderful eyes speak evil of them for a hatred the tbos called OttsiHe and they claim that it is A Newarker interested in street railhear we have injured ever creeps into By nal It shall be the death of that boh harlot I nover doubted of its end I looked Into wonder This then was ouo city in my huc4 ike the Cyprian violet cyea that that is at Aboulhte roads remarked a few days ago that he Thero is too little human lovo ia the w orld n direct revelation from God through things Love Her death muit tbou compass me stoot the old Priest et Cleopatra the mirror nnd saw triumph written on herit goof lanJs and cities- - Well it was seemed to sleep and brood on and friendship that divi ie form o their prophet Dr II ow land They are believed that the motor of the future tho Mysteries ami in his O Harmachis in such fashion as shall be my brows Tho future stretrhod a path of worth the grasping And haviug looked as night broods upon the desert and yet as love should be assiduously cultivated Il n at present constructing an immense tem Â¬ would lie run by stored electricity and hand was a lamp He bent shown to thee and with her blood anoint glory from my feet ay guttering with my full and fed my heart as it were with the night to shift onange and bo illumined friendship is oxalted ia poetry and romance ple according to instructions and plans that cables and overlieaJ wires would be glory like Slhor in the sun I communed the sight of splendor I communed with by gleams of sudden splendor born within over mc and gased earnestly the royal th ouo cf Egypt with admiration wb The steam given in Oaspie They are peaceful and entirely superseded Doth with my Mother Isis I sat within my the Holy Isis and camo down from the their starry d pths All those wcadcrs I How our hearts thrill Canst thou refuse O our Hope upon my face we read ia history of tbe illustrious fe not tho holy loo of country swell within clumber and took counsel with my heart roof saw though I have small skill in telling that have been willing to sacrifice life itsel law abiding attending strictly to their as a producer of electricity will be i It is day the day of tby thy heart Canst thou dash the cup of IVlauncd new temples I revolved great In even then I knew that it was upon the altar of friendship chamber beneath was my uncle tbem own affairs and making no attempt to away with as soon as the storage batisiy new birth and tbou hast lived Freedom from thy lip and bear to drink laws that I would put forth for my peoples Sepa the told him that I had been watch- Â¬ not in But Here we are these charms alone that th I At stated intervals is perfected he said Strive then to win friends and ra all in secure converts he the bitter draught of slaves to see it O Harmachis Â¬ Great is the weal and in my cars rang tho shouts of ex- ing tbo sun riso over tho city or Alex- Â¬ might of Cleopatras beauty lay Rath- tercourse with them appeal only to tbeii Newbrough or Howland make extended burning coal and getting 13 per cent of I sivc thanks emprise and may be it shuil fall and thou ultation that should greet victorious Pha- Â¬ andria said at length er was It in a glory and a radi nobler natures and never hatea to evil re trips throughout the east and come back its heat energy in the form of power Arise Royal Hairmaehis nay with thy life as we with ours shalt pay raoh on his throne Ko I he said looking at me from beneath onco cast through the fleshy covering power intoeleetrieity and concerning then thereby proviu of that which has fallat his shaggy eyebrows and what thmkest from the fierco soul within For she was a portsyour friendship is worthy of the nam with some half dozen or more young converting thisback into power at a great pnro of our endeavor But what of the smyamsmmaTammtaaasmtammabS ell me naught But still a little while I tarried waV CI beloved of the Holy that Harmachis Is life then so sweet babes Theso babes will be brought up the electricity which no woman that having been commanded so thou of Alexandria Arise Abouthls and en thee Thing of flame line unto FannioL Funcher in Ladios Homo Joui in tho faith and in this way the follow- Â¬ lose ami we consider tnat doing pretty Mother Come forth tbou who hast passed Are we so softly cushioned on the stony to do let my hair that had liccn shorn grow hath over been nor ever will be Eveu wben sal I think it is like somo city of the Gods tho fire and learned what Hos behind tho bed of Earth I Is bitterness and sorrow in again long anil black as the ravens wing I answered fire of hor qaiek heart Dr wen In the near future we will ers of Oaspie will bo increased she brooded the Us sum so small and scant a thing Do we instructing myself meanwhile la all manly darkness Come forth O newly born l Ay he replied fiercely a city of tho shone through hor But wlien she woke Tanner was at one time an active mem- Â¬ electricity by water power which is i FILTH AND DISEASE I rose and walking faintly went with hero breathe so divino an air that wo exercises and feats of arms Also for a infernal Gods a sink of corruption a bub- Â¬ nnd tho lightning leapt suddenly from her ber of this peculiar sect Las Cruces going to waste and it will be supplied at him and passing out olibe darkness of tho should foar to face the passage of our purpose that shall bo seen I perfected myoyes and the passion laden music of her bling well of iniquity a homo of false faith our doors as milk and ice are now sup Â¬ Persons Would Ite Ho tllj- Tiiry Stust N M Cor St Louis Globe Democrat Shrines came once more into the pure light breath What have we here bnt hopo and self in that magic art of the Egyptians and springing from false hearts I I would that speech chimed upon her lips ah I then who If Above All Tiling lio Clean plied That I think is tbe future of Fo r in her of the corning tilled with thought and memory What see wo bear but shadows tho reading of tho stars in which things not one store of it were left upon another can tell how Cleopatra seemed White M is the universal testimony of al electricity Thousands of horse power Fashions Xatest Freak wonder And then I went to ray own Shall we tiien fear to pass pure banded indeed I already had great skllL met all tho splendors that have been given sanitarians that filth generates disease stone and that its wealth lay dei o beneath Occasionally fashions start in New can be utilized for storing electricity at chamber and slept nor did any dreams where fulfillment is aBd memory is lost in Now this was the plan that had been yonder waters I I would that the gulls were to woman for her glory and all tho genius many persons only admit this with a menta come to trouble me But no man not oven its own source and shadows die in the light built up My uncle Bopa hod for owhde York and 6wing through to popularity at Paterson Boonton Little Falls Niagara screaming across its site and that the which man has drawn from Heaven And reservation my faher asked me aught of what I saw which cast them O Harmachis thit man left tho Temple of On giving out that his wind untainted by a Grecian breath swept with them dwelt every evil ol that greater They see the children of tho very peer a pace that attracts the attention even of Rochester and a hundred other places or after what fashion alone is truly blest who crowns his life with health had failed him Thence he had through iis ruins from ocean to Mareolis upon sort which fearing nothing and making a half clad with dirty rags playing- in Uh people who have no direct interest in the where plants can be cheaply established Workmanship I had that dread hiht the Goddess c jmmuned with Deaths most splendid wreath For since moved down to a house in Alexandria to O Royal Harmachis let not the luxury and mook of laws hath taken empires for its and dirt and yet apparently perfeeth attiroof women Such a movement ocj and all we are waiting for is the cheap After all these things which have been to all tbe Brood of Eanh Death hauds his gather strength as ho said from tho beauty of Alexandria poison tby sense for place of play and smiling watered the dust healthy They do not understand how curred last year with the Jane Hading light and efficient storage ceiL When H space I applied myself to tho poppy flowers bappy indeed i he to whom breath of tho son and also to learn for him Â¬ in their deadly written for a AND air Faith penshos and Reli- Â¬ growth of its desires with the rich blood health con depend so much on clean lines veiL Tlie most obtuse of men discovered comes gas will go out steam will stop worship of the Mother Isls and to the fur- Â¬ there is occasion given to weave them in a self tbe wonders of tho great Museum and gion can not spread her heavenly wings of men In her breast thoy gathered to outward forms of the mys- Â¬ crown of fame undying And how can a the glory of Cleopatras Court There it When tho hour comes for thee to rule gether fashioning that Cleopatra whom no while examples of this kind are so nnmcr that a new veil had como to town and hissing and horses will no longer b ther study of the ous LOWEST CONSISTENT PEiCES af-Â¬ worked to death on the street cars The new hold the key Moreteries wbercto I man more gloriously die than in a great was planned that I should join him for Harmachis cast down this accursed citv man may draw and yet whom no man hav A little explanation will show why this if began to talk about it within a month over I wa instructed in matters politic ter Mme Hadings arrivaL Since that only improvement 1 can conceive beyond endeavor to strike tue gves from his there at Alexandria tho egg of the plot and as thy fathers did set up tby throne in Ingseen ever can forget They fashioned so and that tho sanitarians are oltogctbei following came timo nothing has como up which ap tbe perfection of the storage battery is We have the largest traJe in teiilral for many great men of our all quarters of country s limbs to that sbo axain may was Latching Accordingly when at last the white walls of Memfl Fori tell thee her grand as the Spirit of Storm lovely as right from sUj1 in tho face of Heaven and ralso the tho summons came all things being pre that for Egypt Alexandria is b it a splendid Lightning cruel as Pestilence yet witbr It is well known that dry earth willab proached the sudden popularity of the the discovery of getting and harnessing Keiiiut ky and guarantee salifaolinn secretly to sec me much of theharedof Woo to sorb poisonous gases and render them veil until the littlo capes which are just the electric energy in nature without the Ecyptcnd tod me hrill shout Of freedom and clad once pdrcd f mado me ready or the journey gate of ruin and while it endures all na heart and what sho did is known the people toward Cleopatra tbe Queon and more in the panoply of strength irampio for prices anil informa and pasjed into my fathers chamber to retions of the earth shall march through it to tho world wben such another comes to ourso harmless and is therefore one of the best now affected by women came to the use of lteat or power Newark Sunday t Ik fore ordering any Htyle of work of other things At last the hour drew under foot the memory of scrvuuile defydisinfectants known also that fresh earth It ceive hU blessing ere I went There sat the plunder of tbe land and all false faiths gar-Â¬ Call nigh it was three months and ten days moment I mot Cleopatras oyes as though moist is a powerful disinfectant surface Tho cape though a single to set tho old man as once beforo ao sat wben he shall nestlo in and breed the overthrow For a ing tyrant nations of tho earth again A Bustle Ttridce In Georgia WM ADAMS BON Import i ip from tho night when for awhile I left tho the seal of their dominion on her brow sbo Idly bent herself to find the tumults Earth is not filth and if children are ol ment looks as though composed of five rebuked mo because I went cut to slay tho of Egypts Gods A rustic bridge just completed at flesh and yet living with our life was Come Atfirstthey were somber nnd darkas lowed to become filthy they need the free or six capes each one an inch or two cal s thee Harmachis Khem lion his long whlto beard resting on tho 4M I made no answer for there was truth in cause Lbxinoton Kv gathered to the breast of Isls on which it then come thou Delivorer leap like Horus able of stone and sacred tvriungs in bis his words And yet to mo the city seemed though they saw indeed but the brain read use of disinfectants such as dost fresh shorter than the other They are pat- Â¬ Beech Haven Ga contains fifty seven Was agreed that with due and customary naught Thon they awoke und their very earth and pure circulating air These are terned apparently after the ones that have kinds of wood and vines grown or the from tbe firmament break her fetters uand Wjen I came in ho rose from his very fair to look on After wo bad oaten formality although in utter secrecy I scatter her foes and rule a Pharaoh on sent and xwuld have knelt crying Fol Â¬ Hall my uncle told mc it was now timo to set color seemed to change us the color tho sanitary circumstances that prevent been worn by coachmen for the last eight fifty acres of Beech Haven park should bo called to the throne of tho Upper Pharaohs throne out to view tbe march of Cleopatra as she of tho sea changes when tbo water is such children gutting sick Pharaoh but I caught him by tbe hand or ten years In New York and the fash Â¬ lowing is a list of tbe woods and vines and Lower Land So it came to pass that Enough cnougn I cried whllo the It would be much better bowovor U ion is said to have been set by Lady Ber Short leaf pise long leaf pine post oak went in triumph to tbe shine of Serapis shaken First there was anger written iu It i3 nut meet my father I said as the solemn Umo drow nigh great men of long murmur of applause swept about ablu It Is meet he answered Itismoet For although she would not pass till withÂ¬ them next an idle noting then whan sh have the skin kept clean by frequentThen esford tho wife of ono of tho most en-Â¬ white oak Spanish oak water oak red the party of Egypt gathered to tho number tho columns and ud the massy wulU that I shouid bow mo before my King But in two hours of tho midday yet these peo Â¬ tron and frequent change ofdetbing of thirty seven from every nome and each Enough Is there any need thus to adjure be it as thou wilt with puro air thero would bo no need of thusiastic coaching men in Great Britain oak poplar sweet gum black gum red And so thbtt gocst ple of Alexnndria have so great a lovo of great city of their nome coming together at me Hod I a hundred lives would I not HarmaehUI Myblossing go with thee O shows ana idling that had we not presently wallowing in the dirt to disinfect They ore exceedingly pretty and effective Lhaw black haw red bud prickly ash Abonthis In every guise tbey came some most gladly iay tbem lown for Egypt Decaying exhaustions from the body are and they 6eem to please the men Per-Â¬ cliinquapin wild pww persiavnoB ce- Â¬ 1 serve grant set forth by no means could wo have ome 6 in ana may those whom S1DDLES as priests some as pilgrims to tho Sonne very poisonous and prolific of disease haps this is one of the results aimed at Well said well ssii I answered Bopa dar wild sloe wahoo sumac red ehm it to me that my old eyes may indeed bc through tho press of tho multitudes who and some as beggars Among them was germs Tho same may bo said of other New York Star utowgo forth with the woman yonder that hod thoo on the throno Long have 1 woro already gathering alongthe highevays pig hickory scalybark hickory hock or ho clad him my uncle Saps who though refuse- matter such as decaying vegetables she may make clean thy hands bef oro they s rched striving O HannscWs to read where the Queen must ride So we went sugar berry willow china Mack alder self as a traveling doctor had much ado to touch the sacred emblems aud thy brow lint fninm that shalL ha iiilt nA2Eht rsin I out to take our place upon a stand fashioned in tbe collar or waste from tho kitchen crab apple wild mulberry wfld cherry A Quarry of Serpentine Marble W C GORMLEY betraying him Sometimes a very small amount of such CO con keep his load voice from beiore It is encircled cf the diadem hv -- ii mT n Kanm u I hid from me of Umber that had been built at tho side of Grand Bapids capitalists are busy pros- Â¬ dogwocdsoarwo6dwinter whortleberry him thereby meet- Â¬ myself knew decaying matter is sufficient to infect a And sol wont forth with the old wife tiiue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ Indeed Ias walked U thought upon the mjattimcu my heart falls me But hear the great road which pierces through tho whole family or a neighborhood A decay- pecting the Yerde Antique marble quar- Â¬ bktck locust sassafras cotton wood buck Â¬ into a chamber apart There mat bis Tucro is danger In tby path and it city even to tho Cauopic Gate For there- Â¬ ner or Main and Second Streets ing him tbeI canal notwithstanding that it Atoua prayers banks of ing tooth may bo the cause not only of bad ry which they havo discovered near eye cyr1033 laurel beech holly ash she poured puro water up- Â¬ c mes in tb6 form of woman Long bare I in my uncle hod purchased a right to enter tering Richmond Ivy- - formerly occupied was dusk and that the great cape which on my hands into a ower of gold aud hav Â¬ tnowii it and therefdre- hast thou been and that dearly breath but continued ill health Isbpeming in the upper peninsula and ironwood birch magnolia sycamore doctors ho If wo would ba healthy all the corners and thorough tests show that on inexhausti walnut sweet bay evergreen spruce by fine And with much struggle we won our way Isls P Herndon as a drug store after the fashion of such bid his face had ing dipped amy cloth into the water there- called to tho worship of half thrown about bis out of the way places must bo carefully bio ledge of the finest serpentine yet Vines Grape muscadine bettAower brow with wiped wlm bids her votaries put awaythe thought through the great crowds that wero alwatched and tho clear ringing words he O happy A pest on thee he cried when I greeted O happy Egypt I sho said of woman till such Umo as sua shall think ready gathered in the streets till we known on the continent better even rattan bamboo Exchange ctean kept over uppermost ia tho mind him by bis Dame Can not a man cease to Prince that art come to rule In Egyptl O well to slacken the rule O my son 1 reached the scaffolding of timber which By D H Roberts M D in Journal ot than the old Greek quarry now worked I hour Didst thou royal youth too Royal to bo a priest so would that thou wcrUnot so strong find fair was roofed In with an awning and gavly be himself even for art The SUlk We Drink out has been found It is close to the Hygico Therapy but know tho pains that it has cost mo to shall many a fair woman think but per- Â¬ stronger and fairer indeed fthannny man hung with scarlet cloths Hero we seated About thirty samples of milk are daily railroad and Chicago New York and part and now thou read chance for theo they will relaxtho priestly in Egypt as King should bo for In that ourselves upon a bench and waited for to play this MADE TO ORDER of the best learn I am even in the dark Boston marble dealers are enthusiastic submitted to Dairy Commiacionar How Â¬ est who strength aud beauty may lie a causo of somo hours watching the multitude press Tlie Sense of Taste Minneapolis for analysis Mr And then still talking in his loud voice materials and by the best work- Â¬ stumbling Rewarc then of those witches psst shouting singing and talking loudly A physiologist discoursing on the sense in the extreme over the discovery and ard in says that there has been a ho told mo how be had traveled hither on At length came soldiers f Alexandria lest like a worm some one in many tongues men of tasto says Strictly speaking with the say that hundreds of thousands of cubic Howard foot tho better to escape the spes who ply them creep into thy heart aud eat its to clear the road clid after the Roman tip ot the tongue one cant really taste at feet will bo wanted annually The work marked diminution in cases of adultera Â¬ Cxilins Blankets Horse Boots to end fro upon the river But ho said he fashion In coats of chain armor After Tbe sam Â¬ ntoat all If you put a small drop of honey or of of developing tha quarry will bo pushed tion in the past six months an tbe water Weights avenofcir my father I answered thorn marched heralds enjoining silence Spurs Stirrups ihould retaru bystace lie had or takeas a oil of bitter almonds on that part of the as early as possible next spring Grand ples of milk lately submitted for testing como populace sang and shouted all guise for auig toy thought is set on other whereat tbe moum you wui unu no aoam u your ureas Ramds Mich Telegram show a lc w average percentage of cream n Muzzles Traee Chains ather be had been forced to play n doctors the more loudly and crying tha Cleodoetor ms Umu red lips aud smiling cos I THEJt rOR THE RB3T time saw cxeopatejl surprise that it produces no effect of any hut Mr Uoward says that tins fact is r Pads Collars DHnd Bridles mrt knowing but little of tbe arts of med - patra the Qoeen was coming Then fol Uisgood beansvterod somuyitbosort you only taste it when it begins slowly s largely due to the extreme dryness of A Chapel on Wheels ngles Gold siiti Silvor Buck- - iotee and as be greatly feared many Aad now farewell Whoa next wo icwed a thousand Cilusan skirmishers a looked upon tho huge bulk of the man whom to diffuse iteclf and reaoies the true tasting thousand Tunisians a thousand Macedo Â¬ I had overcome ond knew him for the region in the middle distance But II yoa may it bo In that happy hour when The bishop of North Dakota fa having tho season causing a falling og ia pas- Â¬ there ware between On and Aboutbts who - Harness Oik Harness Soaps had iufiered thervfrom in Ancient Bgypt nians aud u thousand Gauls each armed gladiator something perchance that wa put a littlo cayenne or mustard oa the same a car built In which to make his epis turage while dairyaieB have sot yet i vki Priests of tho Upper Land I Biotibes Scrapers Curry an unskillful or ucgligeat physician was liaÂ¬ after the fashion of their own country not far from wonder At the least they part yon will find that it bites you immedi- Â¬ copal visitations Spare beds and ac-Â¬ commenced feeding their cows on waiÂ¬ ivvu from Aboutbis to do my homage Then passed fivo hundred men of those softened though indeed her face ohanged ately the experiment should bc tried spar- Â¬ commodation for strangers are so scarce ter feed U Ridins tiMl Drivinp Bits ble to very heavy penalties Ed me And ho i0a on las throne He thiuks that as soon as they forget toughed loudly and embraced tnhniced him and went Alas I who aro o lied the Fenced Horsemen for not a wit But he who would read Cle- ingly whllo if you put it lower down In the in his district that ho finds it necessary commence doing so there will be a mark l r Bridles Truce Chains tlnir his part For he wsft too whole at both men and horses were altogether cov- Â¬ opatras mind had ueed to watch her oyes mouth you wdl swallow it almost without again thought how wo should meet thus to imitate the actors and find him- Â¬ ed improvement in the auality Lmi Strings and everything heart to be an actor and other than him ered with armor Next came youths and for her countenance varied but a little i us it camo about that onco more I maidens sumptuously draped and wearing Turning she said some words to her guards noticing tho pungency of the stimulant self in bed and shelter The bfebops milk furnished to customers St Paul r liolonging to a alf and would haw eetored Abouthls with The reason is that the tip of the tongue ia assed down tho Nile traveling as a man golden crowns and with them images aym complete Sad mo holding my band had I not chhl him for Thoy camo forward and led mo to her gppid only with nerves which are really traveling car is to be a chapel on wheels Globe no estate And to such as tvero curious bohzing Day ry and Harness Shop and Night Morning and Neon A Ms folly while all the multitudo waited silently to nerves of touch not nerves of taste proper as well as an itinerant house and he ex about mo It was glvon out that I was tho A Minute Watch the Heavens and tha Earth After these see mo slain lally of At length all wore fcoSberod they belong to a totally different main pectA not only to hold service in it but adopted son ot the High Priest of Aboathls Tem camo many fair women pouring perfumes At the Park exposition a FloreuUaa I stood before her my arms folded on my branch aad they go to a different center In to have it tho social meeting place of tho It was nfeht when tho gates of tho them priesthood having boon brought up to tho scattering bloom Light Road on was by ple were shut Xeae wore left within friar shows a watch only a quarter of an and that I bad at last ro fused tno service ing bo road and otbors roso a great shout breast Oyjercomo though IIhated in the the brain together with the very similar j scattered members of his flock flowers Now there mj threads vfhich supply the nerves Of smell irlrtrni save only tho thirty seven my father the wonder of hor loveliness inch in diameter It has not only tha of tho Gods and chosen to go to Alexauv of Cleopatra I Cleopatra otar and I held my heart this woman who dared to clothe her for mustard and pepper That is why the j rmlev made the harness with High Pries Amencmhat that aged Priest For be it remom- two regular hands but a thh d which driatoseokrnyfortuno forward to see her who self In tho dress of Isis thl usurper who smell and taste of these pungent substascesi Bhrine of Isls tho and IJuiMiJlli il U U Ml V had bsred I was by all those who knew not tho breath to patbentthe robes of Isis marks the seconds and a micAsoopte fciiidi SusieS Wiin her great Buf- - whowife led tee to tbeaooording to an don t Ktiln1 Ytnttntnii- i i fvrlnlnlil far on my throne this a4d Atoua who i ceows thee numon truth Btillbcld to bo tho grandson of tho dared at that moment the tnuliitudo so sat uponwealth of Egyptwanton squander are so muca UIKB as every uouy musb nave i which indicates tbe days week in chariots and iiuucei t xuuu IKU aw u iQuaiBru pub ytv racc and ifa tJlRt wi1 which jusiom was to prepare me for the anoint ing the But arev wuuu dial i iiuku w uunig ui iu sworn to rale else how shall the race of Pharaoh bo old wife Atoua mo over doohtg am gathered and thickened in front of where I perfumes When sho had looked the same irritating effects a plates of celluloid wero used fur sheath- - mouth aad years It also oontaJns an Vara raised herself from 2 ing and some five other priests may break carried on O harpy I who dandled tbco On tbo tenth night sailing with tho wind tei krm aad was that I could no longer dearly see So from the bead to the feet she spake In a an lacrutious rpoqthfal jeereoy by that oath which none Beaton Budget icg shlpsbottoms instead of copper it ingeniously oa its front hd or cover an vra reached tho mighty city of Alexandria flesh cad blood to o 5000 cut figure of St Francis rbsy gathered la the second hall of the and gavo mybeautiful Hannachissavo thee in my eagerness I leapt over the barrier of low full voice and in the tongue of Khemi i was fouml tlwt tBo plates were intact born for the citv of a thousand lights Above them the scaffolding and being very strong O royal and Lag whfoh she alone had learned of all tho A NEWJEISETraliLSte Isalscra Justice greet Teraple but I remained alone dad la powrful back N ALL ma wmca On the you cover by aid of a and reed 4S UHnti i A nlAwJ lll ill towered the white tfbaros that wonder AVOEK Of tho pea- - Ths ouTh to euibta huu to anQ passage whero aro smendor happiness ond love WARRANTED my white robe In the Idas can distinctly see crown t y glass worid BY AndaT lSla fnni ceaso Isakl for her talk larred I of thellko tho from the the suu whereof a Kings w thou BgynueR ancient aar Eiiuistc And who and what art accciiuoianjaa i tha trimes of Deuji 4U0 iw blazed out llghtof wees of tbe uponme call rae not happytiilthouliaow j light 1 the celluloid j iw see thou ftrwho darefl tB er so Nubian slaves armed tvHh thick staves tvao wore before tho day of tho divine rjethi gorkTelifcTatn COTBIL BLUE GRASS ROUTE uet ui Â¬ car-va- FST bt Lexington Cincinnati meecse h Â¬ ST i- iul c 1 iiloia 94a fJP 4P 1 n i h 1 - 1 r4 r 1 4- - I t- E tqan ro 1 cre 1 llly it Â¬ Â¬ y i -- to iI 11 11 1 Â¬ fVi rd tfL CLEOPATRA i ii lir 1 i Â¬ Â¬ v and Original Designs MaK lrsSSsJ s Â¬ -- MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble IIP 9 Â¬ Â¬ hr wmm ifsf sret M i Â¬ SS5 Â¬ Â¬ Firsl Class M bJ Â¬ Â¬ 6Wnle Â¬ 1 Â¬ r GORMLEY IH fiiifSS 1 iy Â¬ - J Ird Â¬ Â¬ Saies aiu Harness i -- - 1 re Track Harness Â¬ Â¬ r0K U Â¬ jt I r 1 or1gfeBl -- f1 r im Tc t SADDLES EARLESS AlgD No 26 Second NO LONGER ALL GREEN RECOVERY OF VALUABLES SPLENDOR UNRIVALED PREMIUM ON MARRIAGE FULL OF FUN GEAR by buying shoddy goods The old and reliable Saddle and In throwing your money away Harness House of G W PIGKSLS Gantett House stock of Street next to has a complete Curry Combs Scrapers bw u Toe Weights Soaps Oils and everything else needed by persons who handle horses In saving money by buying Boots Saddles Harness Bridles Blanket Whips Sprs Horse 1r nilijiuii Saddles Manufactured io Order and noHe but the best material used reasonable prices and ladies and Gentlemens Ikhps1 Saddles kept in stock Harness of erery description Trace Chains Hames Backhands BeUybamls Collars Collar Pads Hattte Strinzs Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen em ploy d When yon make money by If you want a Saddle 3ou have a hundred to select from ranging getting the in price from 4 upwards If you want a set if Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from And tlie cheapest to the bet Some thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handotnest lot ol lap Cloths Exac eer brought to Richmond 41- - the best of everything at R CUT Je gQ Â¬ BestofErajflig At the- - Â¬ nMmMl -- WALL Our Geami leMffttMie LOWEST PRICE lSec Sle nf Wall was a perfect t tHI Wf W Hf w c ZE3I tMHt All this you can do by getting manufacturers They build tables nowadays not from standard designs your FALL and WINTER as in former years but from special tip wr mitxi In I Billiard Tablet Now CoTered to Match the Decorations About Them Rich New Yorkers now havo tho cloth on their tables to match in color the frescoing of tho ceiling and tho furaituro of tho room An order of this kind came from the furniture house that had the contract to furnish Calvin Bricos elegant residence in Filth avenue Tho handsome apartmont set osido for tho use of Chairman Brlces billiard playing friends was lroscoed in blue and panneled In matting of the samo hue and to maintain the harmo- Â¬ ny in color tho cloth It was reported was dyed a dark blue instead of green and the effect is said to be decidedly pleasing to tho eye Tho example Is boing followed now by other rioh houso ownors Womon billiard players have moro eccentric VrlltmQ In tlile MUnaAt wo uiuio uiuu 4ln tnnln dovoteos of tho game A lady who in- tended having a billiard room put Into her new residence near tho park saw veteran John D OConnor about tho tables a fortnight ago Ho showed her various patterns all covered in green Good gracious that cloth will novor do Why it wouldnt she cried match our celling at all Mr OConnor playfully suggested that a deal of bother would be saved if the owners would only remombor that green Is the best and most lasting color and havo their colling frescoes made accordingly Tho fair customer smiled and finally selected a cloth of dark gray hue from a sample exhibit- Â¬ ed on cardboard Red cloth Is consid- Â¬ erably used now In covorlig tables and yellow Is employed also in rare cases to match golden frescoes and hangings Tho climax of oddity was reached tho other day though in an order received from a large firm of decorators on behalf of a New York woman of means who Is fond of fifteen ball pooL It was for tho most ex- Â¬ pensive stylo of table to be finished with a bright yellow cloth with pock- Â¬ ets lined with yellow silk and covers of burnished brass Tho billiard table maker would not reveal tho Identity of the customer for whom tho table was made The furnishing of privato billiard rooms is the most profitable of all tho work now dono by the billiard Soma Itemarkable Imtancea of Fortunes Lost and Found Tbo Gold Dining Hall In the Imperial li The paymaster of a large railroad company having its headquarters in Boston went out on one occasion with Tho 30000 to pay off its employes money was carried under his arm wrapped up In an old nowspapor He stopped at a little wayside oating houso for dinner and on going away in a fit of absont mlndcdness loft tho money lying on a chair Ho bod not gone many miles from tho placo bo foro ho missed It and his dismay on discovering its loss can woll bo imagined Almost despairing of re-Â¬ covering the package loft In so public a place ho hurried baok and with trombllng voice asked tho woman In chargo if she had seen tho parcel Thoros a hit of paper on the chair bo yant said she perhaps thats it man returned a happier and wiser man Another man in tho same city lost q roll of bills amounting to 10000 which also was wrapped up In a nows Â¬ papor He told a friend of his loss and tho friend mado him describe all the ground he had been over since he had tho money Tho last placo mentioned was the post office Tho night was wet overhead and slushy undor foot They visited the post offlce and going to the spot where the man had been standing they found two or three torn i bits of newspaper It was the same They looked further and at last found tho lost Uroosure It had boon kicked In turn by every one who came Into tho office and when found was untied and completely soaked with water It was all there however and tho frlonds returned to their hotel and spent several hours In cleaning nnd drying it Tho gontloman was so grateful for the sensible advice which hod saved him from serious loss that ho took out his friend and bought him tho handsomest gold watch chain that he could find In the city A still moro remarkable Incident Is related of the finding of 130000 lost by M Pages in the Northern railway station in Paris some ton years ago As ono Ezelot a French soldier was walking with two comrades through the station they noticed on the floor a small package wrapped in a newspaper They kicked it along bofore them for some distance and when Ezelot was getting into the train going home on short leave ono of his comrades picking up the package thrust it into tho canvas forage bag slung at his side Ezelot go-Â¬ ing on his way without having per Â¬ ceived the little pleasantry Arriving atNeuilly where his parents lived Ezolots mother emptying tho forage bag discovered tho bundle but think- Â¬ ing it a roll of old newspapers put It on a table In the kitchen There It remained for four or five days till a married sister calling in and seeing tho package was moved by an un- Â¬ wonted curiosity Opening it she dis- Â¬ covered documents representing the 26000 the loss of which M Pagoa Â¬ 11 i j UI we Htwh 1X41 n tlie Ane it Kwt Tlwy mII went tM l 4 CMtreiiHily v e have jp Matlr at trfllw wltHt Brown IMtk- - el at 5 el GMMt 15ce rtl irf cMl ll MtH eHt prlee hey lux l to litem No 3M OiadooflsLeft A TRBMKXIMHS STOCK OF JNTttNMA from the eheaKt In lit finest IirihJ matle guutk in endless varieties awl at S W GOODS Prices Lower bM fhan Ever of in this er auy other city In the Untom awl lementber We Will Xot Be Undersold The pwWie gen vnMy are invited tt h fect goods and Your telieMt f ervHut wiotf - ly hi th kmd GEO H WILLGIN6 Decorator in Paint and Paper 33 31 Fine iiCarria 0 MEW BDGGIES HEW FH2ET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vokfeioi are all new and of tlie They are for Mile very hMt t pattern iw ike H t reabooaWe terms If jmi wMt a vehicle come and nee uie ami home without one tm wMt i- JOHN DOXELSON XtX03BCIWO3Nr3D Ea UU B patterns designed by the furniture contractors for calling the most elaborate and costly carv- Â¬ Foot EhI ing and finishing For years the table built for Patti and now in tho billiard s room at her castle In Wales was considered the most mag nlficont In the world It cost 3000 and was finished In satin wood and other costly woods Exquisite hand painted panels and tilo work of mother of pearl helped to make its sides things of rare beauty But it has been sur- Â¬ BOOTS SHOES passed In costliness and exquisite finish in the tables built for cortain Ameri Â¬ can millionaires A famous New York art decorator recoived an order for a COLLARS table that is to cost 8000 when com- Â¬ pleted It Is to bo finished in ivory Umbrellas and Rubber Goods with blue trimmmlngs and the cushion rails are to be Inlaid with ivory and blue jewels The cloth Is being wo von In Brussels The tablo Is for tho wife ANLD US of a New York millionaire The popular taste now demands an tiquo oak of oxquisito carving for the body of the tablo The pretty ginger Â¬ bread work of paneling and tiling that was the rage a few yoars ago has been almost entirely banished The effect A Great Book Given of the rich carvings and old oak appears to be more captivating to the eye of the wealthy bil- Â¬ Away liard players of to day The billiard tablo of a famous millionaire in Fifth avenue near the cathedral Is of an- Â¬ tique oak and Is set in a room that is finished in the Moorish style with an Eft amazing splendor of decoration The walls are set vlth tiles brought from Spain and tho mantels are of Mexican onyx A cue rack with columns of of onyx rises above tho mantle The billiard room of an equally famous young railroad magnate is finished In old gold and black hangings with antique oak and ebony furniture Tho ceiling is frescoed in old gold and black with which the green cloth of the table matches Art work has also effected a revolution In the making of the cues and some of the handsomest now cost as much almost as an ordinary billiard table- - The sticks are inlaid with costly woods and decorated with gold ji j f j CO and silver to please feminine tastes Sftsejj cy3 Tho most remarkable cue of recent years was made not long ago for a young society belle who has a liking WE CARRY XONE BUT THE for billiards It was inlaid with as many asthirty different kinds of wood and the butt was set with jewels It cost nearly three hundred dollars and as mr stock Is not lure e are N Y Sun coiitiuunlly renew inc it and therefore AROUND THE KITCHEN our stock ii ALWAYS FRESH We M ui Mmm Craig-y-No- HATS CAPS CUFFS LOME SEE WALLACE 1 RICE S had advertised throughout Europe Tho soldier and his parents however had not seen the advertisement and not knowing what else to do had re- Â¬ course to the malre That functionary communicating with Paris speedily brought down M Pagos who gladly paying tho promised reward of 1000 wont off with his oddly recovered treasure It would be an Interesting supplement to the narrative If we could have a record of the feelings of the soldier who thrust this unexpected good fortune upon Ezleot when ho heard the sequel to his llttlo joke St Louis Globe Democrat THE Why FARMERS POSITION lalaco at Mojcoit Hero alter his coronation tho Em Â¬ peror wears for tho first tirao all tho imperial Insignia dines amidst his nobles and receives tho congratula- Â¬ tions of his forolgn ambassadors This hall built by Italian architects In 1491 has been restored during tho presont rolgn in a simple and archaio loglcally exact manner and primitivo mural paintings having boon repro- Â¬ duced with the aid of anoient descrip- Â¬ tions thereof in archaic stylo by peas Â¬ ant imago painters Around tho pil- Â¬ lar in tho center of this hall Is a series of sholves forming a buffet on which tho impojal plato is displayed on grand days during tho visits of tho Tsar Wo aro sorry to add that the inestimable precious treasures of anciont gold and silver plate which wo marvel at In tho glass oases of tho treasury figure on the buffet and nre polished up for tho occasion by tho careless hands or lackeys Ill vain tho curators havo been warned that this repeated rubbing diminishes tho value of the objocts and will in tho ond materially damago them the only answer that they glvo Is Our father the Tsar is coming tho plato must shine brlghtlyon tho buffet Tho display of this collection of plato has always struck travelers who havo witnessed tho magnificence of the court of tho Tsar3 Margaret a Bur gundlan Captain of the time of Boris Godunov in his EsUU dc r Empire de Iit tssie 1G49 gives a glowing picture of tho rich collection of plate which was used in the dally service of the Tsar Tho treasury he says Is full of all kinds of jewels In groat numbor particularly of pearls for In Russia moro pearls aro worn than In all the rost of Europe There are great numbers of gold plates largo and small and drinking cups be Â¬ sides this an infinite quantity of silver plato gilt and not gilt as may bo judged from tho fact that after tho election of Boris Foder vlts when ho gathered his army at Sorpo during six weeks he feasted al- Â¬ most dally ten thousand men each time and all were served In silver Margaret mentions six silver plate barrels a number of big bowls and basins of silver which required four men Jjo carry them each provided with drlnklng cups the whole of Rus Â¬ sian work Also a great number of silver pieces from Germany England Poland which aro either present of princes sent by their ambassadors or which havo been bought for the rarity of the workmanship Olearius who visited Russia inl6337 tho narrator of Lord Carlyles embassy in 1063 Richard Chancolor Sir Jerome Horsey Dr Giles Fletcher Sir Henry Willoughby and other oarly travelers all testify to the mar- Â¬ velous wealth of the Tsar and to tho quantity of plato displayed on tho great cupboard as they called the buffet around tho central pillar of the banquoting room RichÂ¬ ard Chancollor says In the midst of the chamber stood a table or cupboard to set plato upon which stood full of cups of gold and amongst all the rest there stood four marvelous great pottos or crudonces as they call them of gold and sliver I think they were a good yard and a half high The number that dined there that day was two hundred persons and all were served In golden vessels Sir Henry Willoughby speaking of a dinner given by the Tsar says In the middlo of the dining room was a table covered with cups of gold The number of persons that dined was about two hundred all served in ves Â¬ sels of gold and tho gentlemen that waited were all in cloth of geld Theodori Child in Harpers Magazine PRETTY WORK APRONS Their Itevlval Will No Doabt Be Wei coined by Hrcry Housewife The revival of tho apron as a piece of dress is a part of modern fashion Thoro was a time when the apron was in dangor of being degraded into a mere accompaniment of kitchen dress and the dainty fancy apron of old days was forgotten These fancy work aprons aro dainty and womanly and are welcomed by every housewife who prefers to keep the threads and scraps in place while she is sewing A plain black silk apron of brocade and jet Is the moat pretentious form of work Simpler prettier than this is apron a white apron of scrim with lines of drawn work run at Intervals the entire How a Dalath Slim Promoted Matrimony Among Ills Employe One man haa boon found who is ready to answer the popular quostion Is marriago a failure In tho neg ntivo Tho proprietor of a factory In Dulutb Minn recently increased tho wages of all his married employes and gavo sluglo men notice that they would not bo wanted after the end of tho month unless they were married by that time In which event they would bo retained at an inoreased MIIIliLI Â¬ oo BBS ---T- BEST GOODS I Itave pmliHl tlie prperty of tlie Mill Company ami will keep on hand ail nf lite bet varieties of Somcthlncx CTliIcU Iloasckeepors Would Do Well to Itemembcr Soak wooden bowls la cold water so as to completely cover them and let them dry slowly to provent their cracking when first used aini inconsequence our prices are In summer it Is essential that all garbago pails and other dishes used to contain rofuso food from the kitchen should bo emptied daily and rinsed out The yard is eay of accew Pero iet4rig to haul tlieir own coal will with cold water after emptying Scald hoc nave to enxm Die railroad out all such palls once a week with I reepeetfutly n quest a lilteral pat Â¬ us one trial and you will boiling hot soda and water All ronage of the citisens of both county brushes used about the sinks should bo be oonviiveetl washed out with soda suds at least IS- T S BRON6TOX once a week IIAGAN 0I1ENAULT Tho care of tho rofrigerator is of tho 29 greatest importance in summer when A G WILLIAMSON a bit of meat or some other food may CITY KNGINKEIt lodge in the corner and taint the en- Â¬ 2P tire contents It is a dangorous practice Civil Engineer and Surveyor lb b to connect the waste pipe of tho re Â¬ For 15 jari at 17 Court PUce navr at Surveys made for Railway Tuni frigerator with tho drain but if it i3 piHes I load way 8 Kstinwtef siveii c 322MarliotSircctTr5 desirable to carry off the water in Bet Third and Fourth Farm drainage Town Lola laid oil this way a pipe in the lower part of imIM tbisiamM al the A Trrlrty rdaeatad UmI lctl i nil frscia ww the pan receiving tho waste water GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Ccro all ionas of PRJVAT73 may load to some pipe well trapped and GHRCK1G aiid SEiXJAIi Jj3 Special attention clven Ltoefl retraced EASES ventilated and connected in this way Trnpolcncy tofMtgntMiiiiiat maps anil plats of o bpenaatorrHea and with tho genoral sewage pipe It is a Wm f aelf those la yrvth cczwil euui la Correopnnd farms aitd other tutido tirvywrvot utbr cmi c4 pniiv- re mk f Ik M miserable makeshift to load this pipe LrUc flu t TtMiMrt bcminal ruiiii aHM ettee feoiiciled with jmrties interetel rttubrftrctac Mw rli DfcH Uwry jy into the ground and a refrigerator so it iurvevH of lands in tnouutaln couti CMfukn f Mfu Um f Scxul rwer At rradrte tU of Kentueky drained is sure to become musty in sod jrm Bumt tamer trMUrTTt tffH -ytfrri S YPHIXi IS rtt1J Wc4 d eo-- odor City Hall BiohmondKy Remember that dampness is a sure CrLEET- - KrtcMr OrchimU Rrra4 i LMiiiiJ forerunner of disease In some form A is Mlf ll ecrute fTkieat nT a dky vUa Urn 9v4tftriKba tkt a cu Avtw ni trerffa taaacaatfi aaa damp cellar is especially dangorous A MmcrratrtM fariKfea k laa hn to whom urmswallv raf perMTj mar rrr Tm lit iMNvnicitH good coat of whitewash plenti Â¬ Bay anfl SeUfor Gasb O OAL J Exceedingly Low 0Gve a jQsjzs I v rtt - T 0ee ft ahrswutbk will be given to Literal Tcrsa Mtrodttcc our new book BIBLE BRILLIANTS Mothers 2cms T greatest siiceB of the year and r Bething entirel new in the book line fmeft of Sjyal Quarto size 9 4x11 Cares GnariLuteod in all Cases undertakezu imguiyjt naosDr er av lrttir fr an4 1nr4M Cfcarfva i4ttaccifaravbBeaL by a4 er nftlf auil gmJketa j ct apfwt aarvkjrre bexu pCtTiUtr with a immut al carrtx4V r- - tr Uv entfchUaI fcwtt a PEIVATZ COTTS2IOIl fJSOrafe - attaear adrw OSm baan from rmu itld lM - A utr d U t iud aitoir r J1 y aji Ju r u pper large type ti t page s of them fOT tist in the field will reap qjek or you will mist it V21 ThOtSSadS Trfll ira rncc onW bS SSli nolllB7 PrCSCat3 Those 2 50 320 illustrations OS pnated in nine coors a harvest Act roEsnsz Cincinnati Ohio zcAmi HAHHISOH D MILLER 109 IRVINE STREET Furniture Kepairing AND Wy 15gEs ful supply of llmo left in corners will do moro to keep a cellar dry than al- most anv thlnz else When thoro is an unusual numbor of files about any prem ises it is a sure sign that those useful llttlo scavengers are needed Do not use fly traps to lure thorn into the house but search tho premises to see what brings them If you find every thing scrupulously clean you may be sure that they come from a neighboring stable or some uncleanly kitchen or a number of sources outside your own promises Use wiro doors keep all food covorod when not on tho table clear off all tables as rapidly as possi- Â¬ ble and leave no Invitation for them anywhere about Darkened rooms in day time and open windows at night will offer almost perfect Immunity from heat and files N Y Tribune According to tho Engineer there is no properly recorded Instance of a locomotive attaining a greater speed than oighty miles an hour back pres- Â¬ sure and various other resistances in Â¬ cluding that of the air will It is assert- Â¬ ed prevent any higher speed than this being reached i It Shonld lie lllgli Potential and Superior to all Other Do farmers respect their own posi- Â¬ tion and occupation Are their meth- Â¬ ods of business such as to attract tho favorable notice of the rest of the community Do they value themselves at a high estimate or at such n one as they wish to bo valued by tho world In their associations with other men do they exhibit a dignified regard for themselves and resent such imperti- Â¬ nent and assumed superiority as would place them In an inferior position Do they do their best to exhibit them Â¬ selves to the world In the most favdfca blo way It Is to bo feared that they do none of these things as a class although there aro many individuals who stand far apart from their associ Â¬ ates In these respects and to a great cxtont make an honorable position for themselves and for their follow farmcrs by reflection Tho farm Â¬ di- Â¬ persons ers with those rectly depending upon them make up at least a full half of tho wholo population and with such support as might naturally lend to them they form tho balance weight of tho political and social structure But it is very cor- Â¬ tain that for some reasons tho position in society to which a class so placed and so numerous is entitled is left va cant because of Inability to fill It And thus tho influence of tho farmers is thrown away and like the man who misused the talent tho farmers are given over to tho tormentors No other men aro so deluded as farmers permit thomsolvos to b j They aro so easily talked over and Influenced that they become tho prey of charlatans of all kinds and ospo cially tho victims of sharpers and People of any district may swindlers bo judged by their public schools A man should spend moro for the educa- Â¬ tion of his children than for their clothing for tho furnishing of their minds than for that of their bodios as tho mind is Inasmuch and infinitely superior to tho body so its development and training aro moro to bo considered Viewed from this point of view one may perhaps make a shrewd guess of tho causo of the low position occupied by tho majority of farmers Unfortunately these men aro not mentally clear sighted and do not see their own unfavorablo position Hence wo see philanthropic associations proposing to tho farmers a series of questions regarding their social po litical moral and pecuniary standing and tho causes of its low grade which Is admitted as a foregone conclusion by the very submission of these ques- Â¬ tions Every farmer should fool called upon to study those matters and call lno attention of nis neighbors to them M R beglnnlngof anew order of things in which tbo farmers rendered able by education training and a change of thought and mind should occupy a high and potential position N Y Times -- UPHOLSTERING De Pranfllr ilXESTYLE CARPETS J AID IN GivekimaCalL 24- j length with the narrowest feather edged ribbon in pale blue or rose color and finished at tho left sido with a largo stylish bow of wide satin ribbon Such aprons are merely held in full shirring on a half belt and when worn are pinned on oither side A very dainty white apron Is mado of fancy plaidcd nainsook In somo pretty and finishod with small pattern a deep border of fine laco on the edge The pretty hand made lacos which are crocheted and knitted for this purpose aro as dainty as any thing One of the most useful work aprons has a pockot tho entire width to receive tho won It Is best made ol India silk in somo light white and gray blue or white and rose color as theso colors will not show tho threads Take width of silk and make a two inch hem at tho top About oighteen inches from top make a fold the same width Let the apron extend six or seven inches furtho- - than this and turn up tho bottom to this depth to make a pockot to receivo the work Horn tho top of tho pocket in a two Inch hem and run a ribbon in it and tho narrow fold at the back Put a ribbon in the bom at tho top When tho apron is on tho pockot at tho bot- Â¬ tom receives tho work and it remains there when it is not on tho top of tho apron being folded into this pockot and tho ribbons run in tho folds aro drawn and tho apron becomes a work bag which may be carried on the arm A black India silk Is frequently mado up by this pattern Ivitchon aprons should always be large enough to reach nearly to tho bottom of tho dress and cover the skirt at tho sides and in front A plain straight apron is moro usoful than any fancy model for this purpose N Y Tribune Wealth of the Navajoes Tho Navajo tribe of Indians located on a reservation of Northwestern New Mexico aro becoming wealthy in herds and flooks Tho tribe now owns 215000 horses and ponies mules 300 000 csttle3600 sheep 800000 goats J 300000 burros 500 Some of tho In dians it is said are exchanging their horses for cattle which will largely A Queer Case increase their holdings of the latter Probably tho queerest character kind J he last wool clip amounted to besides they sold that bos been recoived in tho asylum 1203000 pounds and and 100000 goat Mllledgovillo Ga recently is a 300000 sbsep polte at young fellow brought from Walker skins When It is considered that there aro but 6500 males over olght County The subject of his dorango said ho went eon years of ago it is ovldent that ment is spelling and It is crazy during the spelling beo craze those Indians instead of being poor several years ago He uses the samo are pretty well off at least In this letters for spelling any word given worlds goods It is claimed by the him and invariably pronounces tho Indian Office that the Navajoes are woll on the road to civilization and result of his babbling asafetlda spell he throws that never in their history have they When given a word to open one corner of his mouth and yells approached so near the degree of B a ba y a prosperity that surrounds thorn to day at the top of his voice Albuquerque Citizen d i di asafetlda ya g a ga f a fa Ho can bo seen most any time about The porcupine has no more backÂ¬ tho yard spoiling for the amusemeul of bone than any other animal though ho tho crowd who generally reward him has any number of spines Torre with a chew of tobacco for his effort Haute IJxpress When you feel liko calling a big man a liar bo sure youro right then use tho tolophono Life Tho Duko And hero madam Is whero my forefathora He burled Mossy Mr Dook Mrs Noovotch waB you poor mother married four times Gentlo Applicant I read your advertisement for a governess and I havo called to see about it Profes Â¬ sor Von Groutz So Gentle Appli- Â¬ cant Yes a little and Im a daisy salary Puck It may be objected to this course knitter besides that tho tlmo given to the slotfe men It Is stated that a Boston milliner to do their courting in was somewhat ooquired a large fortune through the abbreviated but probably the propri Â¬ instrumentality of a parrot which was etor kuew what he was about Most taught to say to every lady entering likely ho had seen Indications of the establishment Oh my how keeping company ana thought it sweet she looks just as woll to hasten matters a little Aspiring Author Wasnt there He certainly simplified the mattor of any thing in the letters I sent you that popping the question for the bashful you oould use Practical Editor swain would be fortified with an argu Â¬ Yes the stamps you Inclosed for ment which his inamorata would find their return we used but there was It hard to answer or dispute Women nothing olso available Omaha like to bo kind and charitable and to World MftaftMi shower blessings when they can and Small Bob on the sidewalk for a young man to tell his lady love Ma Ma look out of the window that his position and increase of wages Ma putting her head out of the win- Â¬ absolutely depended upon her saying dow What is it Bob pointing to yes to the momsntus question would his playmate Mike didnt believe be almost sure to fetch her you were so cross eyed San Fran- Â¬ Precisely what motive the employer cisco Wasp had in issuing this edict is not ap- Â¬ I am very much opposed to prize parent but there is a great deal to be fighters said a traveling man Well said for it on general principles The that isnt remarkable responded an- Â¬ proprietor of a manufacturing estab- Â¬ other If you will notice you will lishment of any kind buys the time observe that the prize fighters are fre- Â¬ and labor of his employes just as he quently opposed to each other Mer Â¬ buys any thing else which he uses in chant Traveler his business and he naturally wants Mistah Johnsing I yous the worth of his money Now it may suffering wid affection ob tlnk heart de he set down as a rule that married Yo heartbeats is terrible irregular men who work for wages aro more apt Dats all right doctor but sah yo to come to work on Monday morning has yo1 ear right gin my watch an it with clear heads and steady nerves haint varied a minit in do las froo than unmarried men many of whom months sah Wid all respect to yo I may belong to the United Order of tho guess Ill go ter 6ome older practition- Â¬ Razzle Dazzles Like all rules this er sah has its oxceptions but it is correct as Mistress Nora was that a general proposition and it is very gibberish that Michael what talking to was likely that a knowledge of this fact you in tho kitchen last ovenlng was at the bottom of the Duluth manu- Â¬ Nora who is sweet on Michael tho facturers action Ho was talkln to me in It may be however that ho has a hostler mum sentimental vein In his nature Per- Â¬ I tell ye for himself an sorra word can didnt give me the haps he is a newly married man him- Â¬ thranslation uv it at all at alL Ar self and wants all the world to be as kansaw Traveler happy as he is He may have seen the Tramp Your error of his ways and joined the army about two months barn was burned ago maam of benedicts and like all new converts Farmers Wife Yes Tramp Is Inspired with a zeal for proselyting Well a mine set it on fire It is said that the whole world loves that you chum of get the insurance might a lover and the converse of the money and he asked me to call around proposition is measurably true that a and see if youd got it yet and see if man in love looks upon the world with youd give him a few dollars of it oyes of affection and through rose Farmers Wife Youll not get cent colored spectacles In the absence of of the Insurance here Tramp aVery any accurate Information on the sub- Â¬ well but you mustnt ject we prefer to adopt the sentimental If my maam never sets any feel hurt friend more of rather than tbo utilitarian theory and your buildings on fire Epoch to believe that our Duluth man was i actuated by charity for his fellow men NO CHECKS CASHED not by self interest and That Mona Cairds query is on par with A Fly Hotel Cleric Troves Xaturpno Is No Judge of Human many of the puzzles which people have You have probably obseved in your devised for centuries to vex themselves travels said tho hotel clerk the with It oither answers itself or is un- Â¬ sign hung out at the cashiers desk in according to circum- all leading hotels No money loaned answerable stances but the experience of society or checks cashed here Those signs among civilized nations tend very are hung out to protect the hotel from strongly to overthrow tho posltloli dead beats and they serve the pur- Â¬ which she has taken If mat rlage Is a pose to a cortain extent We make a failure It is a remarkable perjtctuation mistake now and then as was the case of a delusion but In any event It is here a couplo of weeks ago An old pleasant to find a man whose views are codger camo along with an so decided as those of the Duluth man- Â¬ sachei and he looked so hard up ufacturer San Francisco Chronicle and rusty that I gave him the poorest room in the house and asked for a UNSCRUPULOUS SHARKS deposit of five dollars lie made It A Lawyer Kxplnlm How They Swindle and I gave him no further attention Inexperienced Women I was visited the other day by a young At the end of a week he came up to lady who had been swindled by one settle his bill and when I gave him of those college concerns that exact an the figures he pulled out a check book and filled up a check for the amount enormous fee for teaching something Cant take it I said as I shoved and guarantee a situation After the fee is paid graduation is postponed on it back Why one pretext or another additional fees flnt IiAaf tru i nfiAn are extorted and the pupil never gets But its good The concern cant get the situation May be any body a position and in fact never Well I have no currency and went to see the attempts to do so I man running the business and he must pay you by cheek very few peo Â¬ showed me the contract the woman ple refuse them Look here old fellow I replied had signed It was so carefully word Â¬ ed that the law would have given my my mad coming up if you think to olient no redress and I had to go back beat this house you will get left and tell her so She was surprised Either come down with the bill or when I told her of the nature of the youll go to jail He took up the oheck filled in an Â¬ Why said she I had no contract other for 200000 on a Chicago Na- Â¬ Â¬ idea that was the paper I was signing Didnt you read it I asked tional bank and handed it over with Yes said she but I didnt under- Â¬ the remark Please step over to the bank and stand it and he told me that it bound There ask them to assure themselves that him to find mo a situation was nothing in the contract about a this would bo honored in Chicago I went over to a National bank situation and she had to sub- Â¬ loss of her money and Inside of an hour Chicago had an Â¬ mit to the concerns These cheat hundreds swered that a check signed by tho old of people in the samo way every year man for half a million dollars was as Their victims aro gonorally women good as gold I had mado a mistake and they are always so shrewd In evad Â¬ in sizing my man up But who was he ing their contracts that the law cant He is familiarly known as Old take hold of them A similar swindle N whose success depends upon a womans Hutch king of tho wheat ring to reading logal documents is Y Sun dislike a worked by fellows who peddle rugs Submarine Telegraph Lines and pictures They visit houses when they know no men are about offering Only the feeblest currents should be their goods on the oasiest conceivablo used on submarine lines since heavy After the lady con- Â¬ pulses which could be employed with time payments sents to buy a contract containing a impunity on land lines if they did not great quantity of matter printed very soon destroy the cable covering would finely is presented nnd the lady signs at least tend to develop faults which it asburod that it is only a matter of otherwise might long remain latentÂ¬ form Some woeks afterward she has Defects in cable covering that otherlearned that she has bought the wise may cot lead to harm admit goods on quite different terms from moisture and hence under the action those represented to her and she has of a strong current oxides aro quickly The to pay twico as much as she thought formed destroying insulation she would She objects but there is necessary use in ocean telegraphy of a contract signed by her And the Uhe lightest currents has led to the de salesman well tho salesman never velopment of a class of recording in Â¬ collects or dollvors goods and tho struments remarkable for delicacy of lady novor sees him again His sole action notably the siphon recorder work is getting people to sign thoso which indicates tho electric impulses contracts of his St Louis Globe by a wavy ink lino on a tape and the Democrat reflecting galvanometer which causes a spot of light to movo from right to Is Red Why a Boiled Lobster loft In a darkened room With thoso In all crustaceans as indeed in al- Â¬ recorders and thirty colls of battery most cvory thing in nature there Is a messages sent across the Atlantic are cortain per cent of iron Upon boil- Â¬ velegraphically roproduoed In ink at ing tho lobster the iron is oxidized tho rate of from twenty to twonty five This effect is largely duo also to the words a minute each way tho cable percentage of muriatic acid which ox being duploxcd But for electrostatic ists naturally In tho sholL The ohem kinduotion a single cell of battery would ical change which takos placo here Is sufllco for transmission from tho earth almost similar to that which occurs In to tho moon if thoso bodies could bo the burnlog of a brick In boiling n connected by a wiro of tho sizo used lobster Its coat ceases to bo a llv by ocean cables Scribnors Magazine Ingsubstonce and to a cortain extent A Doctors Peculiar Story it takes a now character It is as a brick would bo after burning This An extraordinary coincidenco camo effect can also be profluced by the sun day A comical-not so rapidly as the under my notice tho other but necessarily looking negro from Illinois has a heat of that luminary although moro hahit of coming to St Loute ovory year intense is not concentrated sufficient- Â¬ to spond his birthday or tho anniver Â¬ ly to prod uco the result The sun also sary of tho day he supposes he was exercises a blenching influence which born on The result is that his name consumes the oxide almost as fast as appears on tho city dispensary books it is formod leaving the shell white exactly once a year and always on the Boston Journal or nearly puro lime same date He seems as unable to It Had to Come Out take oare of himself in a city as ho on a battle Hold Threo years Werfl you over engaged In a train would be asked the prosecuting attor Â¬ ago ho fell and broke his left ankle robbery Last year he got his loft shoulder ney looking at him keenly indicted for train rob-Â¬ blado broken and a few days ago ho I was never bing answered the witness ovasivoly camo shuffling in with a handkerchief That is not tho question said tho tied round his neck in which portion await- Â¬ lawyer I will ask you again Were of bis anatomy ho had a bullet that ha ing extraction He explained you ever a train robber Judge said tlie witness turning was buying a pistol which wont off imploringly to tho dignitary on tho j while he was looking at It When wo had extracted the bullet ho said in a must I answer that question bench You must answered the judge very philosophical manner Say boss penrs to mo Fd most battor quit com Â¬ And remember you are under oath Tho witness turned palo and his ing hers to have a good time on my birthday and it is needless to add I knees knocked together I supposo its got to como out I told him I thought his logic unanswerÂ¬ sold books and bananas on tho cars for able But I shall look for him with a a wholo year when I was a young fol- Â¬ brokervlcgor a broken neck about July 15 next year nil tho same low faltered tho miserable man St Louis j Chicago Tribune Globe Democrat Clan-na-Ga- el Â¬ -- 1 2 3 4 5 7 S 9 10 Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest- Act Immediately Whon Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Reach Our FMii Slfi W Deal Honestly IsOurJIotto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Iltw Us Buy Frequently If Yon Wonhl Plan Tfti Sell Reasonably Lias Ever Been Our Aim PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Banns RttML 3r Follow the TEN COMJIANDMENTS lliey will ultimately to success and and make us happy h i -- DKALKKS IN- - ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Took and Materia ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING and GUTTERINu FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W HAIN STREET LT AND YOU V7ILL FIND U3 SHACE1LF0EDEITEY KiLiiMoxn Kv July 10 18S9 i UITACQTTAirCTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUUTBY WHi 03TAT KUCT VALUA3LS KTrOHMATlON rHOM A STCDY OF THIS MAP OF I svitx gyi - Ungii ndv irrirJ THE OiilGfiQO RQGK ESLgND PUGiFiG RgiiLWt Including- main lines branches and extensions Boat and West t Mibsoun River To all points East North and Northwest Jrom Kan City to Rock IsVuid Davenport Des Moines Chicago and vis ALt LSA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlntjton Sioux Falls Wa town Minneapolis St Iaul and intervening towns and cities 16 ia short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Clncim Louisville Nashville and Kostem and Southern points converging Kansas City It also constitutes -- THE SHORT LIKE TO DENVER AKD THE WEST FrSCr yasinff It traverses vast oras of the richest fanainir andocononnca landa 11 syat world forming speediest the raisscum river - meet popular and the transportation to and from all cities to tvns and sections in Kacsa t orado and the Indian Territory FREE Recintnr Chair Cars re Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodtre City nd Filr Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warm ti by steam from tho locomotive in Winter well ventilated and free Crora Hw leave Kansas City and St Joseph dauv on arrival of trains from the and Southeast with elegant Eay Coaches Pullman Palace ffloepti aa FREE Reclining- Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHAN Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important r tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels p t venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicto as zniti --- FACNJFiCEfeT VESTJSULE EXPRESS TRAIMS at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVCRiTE TOURIST LINE To -MonitouPikos Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascnd Green Mo m i Falls laono Springs the mountain park j mining camps and cities samt of Coiora resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions improvexc Its Vestibule Express Trains aro equipped with every modern enioyrrv that can add to safaty convenience comfort and luxurious They also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado tin Uni a Depots with the Denver and Rio Grace e Colorado Midland Union Pacac Denver Texas and Fort Worth ond all t ther diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folde s copies of tiia Western Tr I Cssu3d monthly or further desired inrorraatiou address E ST JOHN CHICAGO ILU JOHN SEBASTIAN Giil Ticket P x A0cEi Booh Keeping Short nandTrlrgraphyJtc B Write for Catalogue and full Infonutlloii ga mm Mi RATTON Business college If V IBBTfB i BE H feJEoVIJLLfa A D RUFF HI JMim JTlll Mi I I t 1 81 MILES HE 1 SHORTEST MTCHHUEBJfflELEB n DKALBU 8 Hours the Quickest BKTWKKN-- i 11 IT IN I Watches Clocks Jewelry Sliver and TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TRAINS iIntel ware etc Speciiil attention given to BAGAE DAY ARS COACHES AND SLEEPERS PETTING DIAMONDS Run Through Without Change THE SHORTEST BKTWKRN AND OTHER PRECIOUS STOXFK 110 MILES 7 IIOUTCS THIS QUICKl bT Jacksonville Florida Promptly dime nii In a workmanlike TIME 2S HOURS manner Tlii Ouly Line Running Through SleepniK Cars llirclHtiAli to Jack fcouvllle Without Ctaiige Cash Paid for Old Gold and SilTer Cincinnati 62 Dont JorRet the place npxt door to the Poat nUice ISiolmotid Kv REPAIRING jnn4 tf C THE SHORT LINE FltOlI JUNCTIeN CITY TO T WELLS F BCARR CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBURW MOBILL I CIoc OoiineaUwi MUe at New Or leans whh SohrB Pat inc Bitll itaewe 11 WELLS GO flic Oilj Coal Yard in Town Partite ft Texas Mexico California y 12 Hour QuJeker ihwt Onlv a fqnare from Ihe CourHiene You dont have to teml away out tit Direct Ifenneaifciii MjmIiii Shr veort the depot wlili IVxas aurf Paritte R- wltlwHt Transfer for odDelinnito anyPartof Toto Nothsrn Tesas4 Kxicc California and 9 West VT Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard next to Second Prtsoyleriau tlturch Quickest delivery In town Lowest prices Try us 17- - fiFor Rate Maps FRAisK Trav Pass Agt e aWress AVOOLEY Twt Pk4 AfttLexiBgf orC 8 BARRETT ClHrfUiHoiga Ky ieun AKr J C C TWELLS 8s CO D U Ebwaki Gaitut Gen Pas GenI MKr Cincinnati O I f iffrim v vS i e 5 piiiwiiu T V 2 - t c l li5jiJS rffslj ST 7 fe3w9ns8iB9SSfeP iiSfaM Kentucky Railroads of the people along the route and look CHOICE READING Literary Notes THIN COLUMN Kentucky has had a big boom in the at the country Hie new road as con- Â¬ In Gods Country by D Higbee edition of the Farmers Chronicle pub matter of railroad Remaining unclaimed tbe Poet building thk year and templated would run via Frenchburg Leading magazines and other peri- Â¬ Office at Richmond Ky laweek ending lie complete novel published in the Ikhed in Richmond on Saturday April the indications are that even jrreater re Â¬ West Liberty Salfersvilleand Prtstons November number of Belforda Maga Â¬ odicals and miscellaneous literature November 12th 1880 loth 147 containing a letter from Hon sults may be reasonably anticipated for btirg and also to Hazel Green and Jack- Â¬ zine is perhaps the strongest fiction Including new8papersfurnisbed by Tue Anzelanlonio D F Martin Mks Lee Tom Turner now of Mt Sterling then tSoo son The foad Will be constructed by Mitchell J W 5 which lias appeared during tbe year Clutax to subscribers at the prices AnelonelliLoeiei of Richmond Branch Mks Lucy Ocark Mis M Col Following are the additions to Kentucky the Louisville Southern people named The scene is laid in Kentucky in the Biggerstafi Kiggie Pennington W H SThc following very interesting railroad that were made during the first Young has the reputation of accomplishThese prices do not include subscrip- Â¬ Brown Mrs W A Strother James Blue grass region the descriptions are letter from our friend T Turner Jr nine months ing whatever he undertakes and now of this year Van Hook C G Bronston Mary apt and powerful though tragic the tion to The Clijiax Esq was received yesterday and we Louisville Nasville Cumberland Val- that he has turned his attention to this Walker kune 365 Calvin M story is full of living interest beauty Art Amateur- lay it before our readers in the form of Walker Francis ley branch Pineville to Cumberland Gap section the people here and all along the 355 Curel L P and pathos The self inflicted death of Art de la Made- an extra It contains nothing later than eighteen miles Daboins Mks Belle Walker Mks Ja proposed route should give him all the Art Journal 475 for Mws Anna the heroine the grief of the father WUhm A M the account we published in our last Louisville Southern Lexington branch encouragement in their poer 986 Goggms Mks 1 White Mk Lncy mistaken as to noble virtue of his Art L paper but we know that many of our Lawrenceburg to Lexington twenty 630 Gurtur Mks Susie Wrtbew T T Thinking that a local in our last issue daughter the closing seen of tbe Ger- Â¬ Art Review readers are anxious to see an account of three miles Harris Smith 340 Holye Miss Mary Young Barbra may Have done BJ Clay and William man noblemans career the race for Atlantic Monthly that bloody battle from the pen of some Yahn Ivans Tan fJwensboro Falls of Rough and Green Arnold an unintentional wrong we Bankers Magazine-560 Lee Miss Anny love and life tbe last meeting of the acquaintance who was there River road Owensboro to Fordsville Magazine- Belfonls 200 make the following statement We stated lovers compromising though innocent Post Office hours from 6 a if to 7 Bukna Vista Feb 24 1817 t enty cight miles 100 x Money order and registered letter that the attorneys for the road offered are wonderfully colored pictures full Bicycling World Mr Editor We have been attacked Louisville Hardingsburg and Western to allow the jury to be selected from Blackwoods Magazine- 290 hours prompt 7 a x to tt p ar the of fire vitality and realism by the enemy and tlie eagle of victory Irvington to Hardingsburg twenty miles J B WILLIS p x Bon Ton 515 list of persons making affidavit that the The author is said to be a Kentuck has again perched upon the btandard The Kentucky Union from Winches- Â¬ plaintiffs could not get a fair trial This 4JX ian but be his or her birthplace Bradstreets Journal Too many people are always ready which gives to the breeze hk favorite ter Eastward thirty five miles ni in who Ue wear Perline xO offer was not accepted We learn the where it may he or she has written iirH u OR FOB and willing to patronise some unknown stars and stripes Early on the morning ie right side while trying The Kentucky Midland Frankfort to fact was that Judge Richards said that 200 a splendid piece of fiction a master-Â¬ Braithwalts Retrospect Foot concern at the risk of their pocket books of the 23d our picket ran in and in a few Paris forty miles or e last Thursday 110 he was willing for the cases to be tried piece of invention style and dramatic Buttericks Delineator Unless Here is a case in point The Stanford minutes the Mexican lorce ma de Its apRichmond Nicholasville Irvine and by a jury which he would select from Burlington Hawkey 100 will on sold or rented privately I force lt Canada Law JournalJournal says About a couple of weeks pearance Until 3 oclock P M the Beattyville road Nicholasville to Rich- Â¬ the aforesaid list This proposition was 4 55 nor has feed Wesisucaay We bad never fully comprehended Canadian Magazine ago a dashing dude who registered as time was occupied by both parties in mond twenty two miles 266 Saturday December 14th 89 not accepted by the defendants they sayi as the dar fat the hang G B Kemp and claimed what was meant by a Family mag- Â¬ CasselPa Magazine of ArtTotal 1S6 miles Lexington as manoeuvring and arranging their forces 290 at 2 oclock P M sell at public cat ing that there was no warrant of law for for the murder of James azine until we had given the fine Catholic World his home came here under the pretense at that hour the enemies cannon announc The facts substantiate the statement the proposition that it was made for effect 400 cry my Two Story Frame Jtcchlone in April last Christmas number of Demorests Fam- Â¬ Central Law Journal- of representing Kemp Co picture en- ed that the fight had commenced Col Mar- Â¬ that the following additions shall have only 510 skuated on Seeond Street ia IUei We stated that these gentlemen rman ba sold to B W large ily Magazine a thorough examination Century Magazine Ky The building is an excel Â¬ of Covington this State and shall with 3 companies of his mounted been made before the expiration of the excepted to V D 3 86 fnondone the award made by the with all modern improve Â¬ lent Especially noticeable in the December China Decorator o story brick residence on secured some 15 orders He was here riflemen opened a fire upon the Mexican year 2J50 ments good ektern stable lee home commissioners and filed a petition sup- Â¬ Mr Timer will about a week and when he got ready to infantry who were posted on a mountain number is one about Uncle Hams Churchman 4 650 Louisville Hardinsburg and Western ported by a 340 ami every convenience Lot k 92x900 number of affidavits saying Money1 giving a description of how Clay Workerhome at an early date leave informed mine host Mr Fortman on our left and both parties kept up a Irvington to Fordsville and Falls of Rough they could not get justice in Madison 95 Call on or address our coin is made the illustrations Commercial Bulletin2216 L J FRAZEE fire the enemy occupying a higher forty two miles 410 aupia and John Wilson that he had no money to par his board brisk county and prayed a change of enue starting with a view of the Mint aud Country Gentleman The Kentucky Union Lexington to The affidavits show that they said that letsm at 3 Seeing that that gentleman was becoming position on the mountain than our forces Xovetnber 2 176 going through every process until the Current Literature m 270 cl a nice cottage and wrathy at that statement Kemp pulled About two hours before sun down two Jackson one hundred miles the contract company was composed of is put into circulation coin The Day Courier Journal Total 345 miles h dwelling in the rear ont a Sew dollars and that with a draft on of our cavalry companies were dismount- Â¬ leo the wealthiest and most widely connected Nurseries takes us among the worthy Commercial Gazette ed and ordered to occupy the heights his house which seems to be an imagiThere is some prospect of the majority citizens of the county and a fair and im lM 1 depot poor and shows us w hat can be done Decorator nary one for 4 settled the bill At aboc the enemy we pressed for the of the following projected lines being partial jury could not be selected under I desire to sell or rent privately Ik and Furnisher- 330 for their Utile ones The other illus- Â¬ Delineator- nssntd Twilight Junction Chy the day Ik left here he heights and had almost gained them built in the near future large two story hone the ordinary process of law by taking lio trated articles aud stories are too nu- Â¬ Demorests Magazine- 000 was stolen from his wa arrested by a Hvery man from Lex Â¬ when we were fired upon by ths enemy The Kentucky Union From Jackson to jurors indiscriminately from the body of 170 merous to mention as can be appre- Â¬ Drakes Magazine giwinsU on Sunday ington on the charge of stealing a horse who had anticipated our movement but Big Stone Gap Va Fair 96 society and I hey conld not get a fair and situated on a good corner lot in JElNff ciated when wo say that the December Duntons Spirit of as sworn ont a warrant The Kentucky Midland from Paris to impartial trial ho8y- - At M examining trial there our gallant bos pressed up an almost the Turf- 400 tou Ky known as tbe Hogaa proper Â¬ Personal number contains over two hundred Danbury News- amed Grant he was held in 150 bond till the Circuit perpendicular lieight until they were re- Â¬ Owingsville 170 ty I also desire to rent privately Ike A long Kentucky editor is register- Â¬ illustrations aud every member of the A New York telegram of Wednesday Richmond Nicholasville Irvine and Court and now the gallant and festive called by the sound of the bugle That Detroit Free Press 100 Stevens Property on Muddy Creek ed at the Bartholdi - B Ayres has resigned That a Kentuck family in thought of But though our says This has been another week of residence a good youth languishes in in durance vile in evening the engagement did not become Beattyville to Cumberland Gap Eclectic Magazine 430 embracing a nice large yard and tot mutable of Richmond pre blacksmith shop From every ian understands the science of life k space is limited we must mention the Ediuburg Knoxvilie Cumberland Gap and Louis- Â¬ enormous railroad traffic that city The 4 draft given by Mr general none of our force except five Review 3 70 with abundance of water best shown hy the manner in which he beautiful oil picture continoc in the real estate Christmas Morn Education PortasM came back unpaid of course companies of Col Marshalls regiment ville from Cumberland Gap to Beatty- Â¬ quarter is heard the loud cry give us takes in 245 22- the good things and the quanti ing collect prhrate acconats H H COLYER more cars while there has not been a which is indeed worthy of a and the 50 cents cash down 6n the were called upon to act The enemy ville Electrician 4 55 where on this page single feeble appeal for lower rates The ty thereof New York Herald frame We would advise everybody Engineering News Bowling Green Northern from Bowl Â¬ pictures will be tost by those who patron Â¬ kept up a constant but ineffectual canon 5 10 We thought he was lost but in truth to reports of earnings have furnished ample at least see this Family Magazine English Illustrated Magazine ing Green to Litchfield 15a coier desires to sell or rent ised the cheeky youngster who can find ading that day proof that the traffic which the railroads yea verily it is lie before making their choice for the Eac h army slept on the ground and The Chattaroi railroad from Richard- Â¬ sympathy with good hearted Mr J D- use and lot in Etlkton year They claim a dozen magazines Evangelist PERKINS to Tazewell Va a distance of are now handling k beyond precedent 3 nice residence and good Swain who k some 5 loser by the same soon after daylight next morning the son Ky 230 It seems as if all at once every influence am combined in one for only 200 per Expositor Mexican artillery announced that the 105 miles p on Muddy Creek known fraud 220 year and certainly the claim ia a just Engineer Miss Jessie Nave of Nicholasville -- - property battle was resumed Capt6 Shawhan A railroad from Nicholasville to Lan- Â¬ had combined to swell the volume of Tbe Equal Rights Xeeliag See ad 100 freight Coal coke and ore make the made a visit his week to Miss Russie one Published by W Jennings Dem Fashion Bazar In pursuance to the call for a meeting and Beards riflemen opened fire on the caster 245 heaviest proportionate draft on the equipHaden of this place Je ires to sell or rent his orest 15 East 14th street New York Fireside Companion enemy who still maintained their position The Decatur Chesapeake and New to organize an Equal Rights Association 245 ment and the movement of all these has Second street This k a lt Orleans from Scottsville to Bowling The railroad bridge Is progressing on Thursday last at the Court House on the mountain in a short time Capts Fortnightly Review 4 00 On Thursday Nov 14th 1883 increased in an extraordinary degree and secure a desirable home Milan and Penningstons companies and Green rapidly The fnl e work will soon be A CARD fifteen persons were present Forum 430 I will sell publicly all my personal Mrs Mary avJ and has every modern B Clay The Decatur Chesapeake and New Or- Â¬ at the same time the active condition of all ready to lay the iron work property eonsistiog of as State Vice President took the two companies of Indianians were sent 3 45 Frank Leslies Illustrated manufactures in the street has furnished a i convenience See ad chair and called the meeting to order to their support the engagement now leans from Scottsville to Damille or 200 HORSES CATTLEHOGS CRO Mr H B Hanger of the firm ol I have resigned the ofllce of Con Â¬ Frank Leslies Mouthly became general upon the plain and mounStanford a distance of about seventy more freight of this class Of courc 155 iii ss will en to morrow Mr Bennett read part of a chapter in the Hanger has removed to stable in the Richmond Precinct but Godeys Ladys Book this condition of affairs is the natural Shauahao and rent tain Our troops were soon recalled miles 1S0 and Farming Implements year 1990 sell pubKcty beginning Bible giving an account by Moses of the Estill county having completed his will continue the collection of private Graphic out my corn land for the Nashville Northern from Nashville to sequel of heavy crops which in turn are Guide de la Mode claim made by tbe daughters of Lelophe from the mountain and mounted their 505 entire personal property accounts and the real estate business t pressing on the railroads and no satisfac- Â¬ grade at this place horses to charge brigade cavalry Princetown a distance Harpers Bazar 320 xk crow imrJcmcntc Thomas B Aykes c bad to an equal share in the inheritance and they then did acharge in ofhandsome miles on Kentucky soil of about forty three tory assurance is given that the movement lt Fiw-Tear-Mi UNION CITY Harpers Monthly Magazine 300 j hs coin land The sale of their fathers with the men of the is not temporary but is certain to continue New Albany Louisville style and after having forced them to Cincinnati Alabama and Atlantic railnation and their claim being recognized Harpers Weekly 320 Mi ne j Chicago Rv through the spring and winter The Robert Baxter will move with Ids for bred which seemed appropriate as similar to retire several times at last succeeded in road from Huntsville Ala to Somerset Pennsylvania has reported the largest - 170 standardHorses safeCowsfamily driving Office Vice Pres Gen Manr J Harpers Young People and Calve Work family to Richmond shortly detaching them from their main body The State Line railroad From Hender- Â¬ rising firm has offered the the object ot the women then assembled I Building Adams Express 3 55 Work Oxen Heifers and Yearling Illustrated Days Doings earnings ever known in the month of a year for killed part of them took some prisoners 2 1SS0 j Iron Age- son to Chattanooga inrnent Bourbon News Ciiicaoo III Nov 125400 After prayer by the same lady Mrs Mr Elijah Walden has gone to Ver- Â¬ 455 steers My September both gross and net and nearly of placing a soap and put Clay read a sailles He will be away several days J W Stinc Emj President R N Journalist 355 proposed constitution and and d rote some over a pass beyond the Â¬ all its subordinate lines with the excepDr Bartletts Report the postage stamps the by laws which was adopted as read mountains A part of the Arkansas B It Ji Co Louiivilte Ky v3VJ POLAND CHINA HOGS J UIIqC Rev D P Ware will deliver a vdis- o be put on at thetnwe the Rev F V Bartlett D D of Lexing- Â¬ tion of the Baltimore and Potomac have cavalry united with us in the last charge Deak Sir I have this day written The following officers were elected Â¬ are too well known for comment J one and by the same ton was a committee appointed by the contributed to the increase The Chesa- course at tue cnurcn m tins place on to Mr Clay the following letter Library Journal President Mrs James Bennett 500 Will sell all my Turkeys Ducks Vice Col Marshall has distinguished himself peake and Ohio shows the handsome in- Â¬ Sunday night November 24th commend this item to the President Mayor was the foremost in every charge and Sy nod to examine and report upon CenYoursof Oct 3Utn enclosing a printed Life 400 Jacob Collins Corres- he a ion of a few old fogies displayed great gallantry and courage tral University Below is given a part of crease of 70 per cent in the gross earnings Elder James G Adams of Rucker slip headed Two first Hens is just re- Â¬ LIppincotts Magazine ponding Secretary Mrs Hugh White with a considerably increased mileage lUertfeing does no good Recording Secretary Mrs Wm Francis He has to the utmost the confidence and his report ville Clark county pastor of the ceived We also received by the fame Llttells Living Age 730 in the field and crib 300 TONS HAY affections of hk whole regiment Lt Col But more important than these exter- Â¬ but the operating expenses are only a Christian church this place has been mail a copy of the order by which Macmillans Magazine Treasurer Mrs Ed McCann Mrs Ellen - 270 in tbe stack OATS in tlie staek little greater The result k a gain in the lVtyoKid called by the membership to preach Madison county subscribed for stock in Magazine ol American History- - 430 Gibson and Mrs Edith Summers were Field behaved with the greatest gallantry nal attractions and comforts are the intel- Â¬ At the same time will rent all my of the had weather last B R R Our company Magazine of Art throughout the action Kentucky has lectual and moral advantages which are net of over 150 per cent ela land ne the R N I another year elected delegates to the State Convention 290 corn land it being nratou the Eninhyllidian open be pike to better in the county was furnished with a type written Mirror to be held in Lexington Kovember 19th lost none ot her reputation for chivalry furnished by this college On this point 340 sight of Richmond Â¬ Mr J F Oldham has gone to LexPERSONAL ril University was post- in this battle The second regiment of the investigations ot the committee were copy of this order some time ago The Musical Courier 20th 2 1 St On motion the meeting adjourn- Â¬ 330 ington where she will witness the mar Terms easy aud made known nJay evening Kovember clause in regard to freights to which ed to meet the first Tuesday in December Kentucky Infantry known as the bloody as impartial and thorough as possible and day ot sale Mrs French Tipton is kiting in Win- Â¬ riage of her niece Miss Georgia Brock you call ram will be the same behaved with great gallantry the result could not be more satisfactory attention we regard as perfect- Â¬ National Editorial Journalist Sale to begin promptly at 1 oetoefc in Good Templars Hall over Covington second 120 Miss Brock is a daughter or Rev John Questions chester and was everywhere in the foremost and Every facility was afforded ly fair both to tlie county aud to the Nature J H BOGGS Mitchells clothing store Main street o 45 The Fr lo Brock who formerly resided here 21 2 The text books railroad aud whatever company op New Princeton Review Mks Mollie Fife will spend the winter Z E Hush Auctioneer The following persons are the members thickest of the fight The firing contin- were readily answered - Winchester hns wasted 265 The portsnien are now having a erates the line should oarry it out to at present of the Madison County Equal ued until night when the enemy hoUted used in the curriculm were set before us in St Louis Century 400 Nineteenth i forth to the world her Rights Association Mr Â¬ jolly time hunting quails Some of the letter If this be done there can North American Review 4 30 and Mrs Jas a white flag but by order of Gen Wool and a formidable array of examination paJudge II C Lilly of Ininc was in tantages We commend the boys can kill one occasionally never be any judgment aud conse Â¬ Petersons Magazine was denied admittance to our pers together with the results in writing the bearer 150 tow n yesterday crpnse It k from the Bennett Mr and Mrs Ed McCann Mr camp when they find it sitting in a tree quently no lieu in favor of the shipper of recent examinations in Latin Greek The Singer Manufacturing Cowpany Political Science 285 U kner and although we and Mrs Wm Peyton Mr and Mrs At dawn thk morning we found that mathematics and astronomy ph sics EngCol Wm O Bradley was regktercd at while others actually cant hit a crow You do not state your object in sending h building a machine with HtmA Wm Francw Dr J M Foster Mr Police News - 355 Attachment and Portable specially a copy of the book its the enemy had retreated and saw in the lish language and literature modern lan- Â¬ the Glyndon on Friday standing broadside u these papers but we assume that Poliee Gazette 3 55 adapted for invalid travelers Ae to t abundant evidence that P M Pope Mayor Jacob Collins Mrs distance the cloud of dust which followed guages philosophy history and political you having heard of our connection Popular Science Monthly- Capt E T Powell of Covington spent EDENTON Hugh White Mr Shelby Irvine Mrs Any one wfehiwt a 430 coot 25 done their column Soon our cavalry were science natural science the Bible and plestse with the Richmond road wish to be xror 1 nil nj Sunday with friends here Mary R Shackelford Mrs Wm Arnold o9u machine ot this type will street taure mounted and put off in pursuit of them Christian evidences were placed under order at the office 13 First able to assure your people that the con- Â¬ Pottery and Glassware Reporter Iduraiea MiUoni selling for 125 per barrel Mrs Ellen Gibson Mrs Rollins Burnam Corn is 3 25 Miss Mary Parrish of Fayette county but were unable to overtake them The J F SffONB tract so luir to both parties will be n Williams was 70 years oW Mks Liezie Wherritt Miss Belle Bennett Sharpshooters were ordered up but did our hands We confess that some of these is visiting Miss Margaret Parrish 480 The farmers are gathering their corn carried out in good faith We see no Puck w ere a surprise to us We were papers P S It tesoid oaly by order wet I honor of the occasion Mrs Edith Summers Mrs Mary B Clay not arrive until this morning after the iW kept in stock t Ulflll very slow on account of heavy rains J S also present In different recitation rooms Master Julian Adair of Carlisle k vk reason why it should not be aud the XTcjK o OUU ic Reduced railroad tare to all persons battle had closed dinner to a few select X uU 40 I have every confi- where classes were reciting As the re Â¬ iting his father Mr F II Adair of the Several fine crops of tobacco are railroad reap its reward by building up Quarterly Reyiew - served in courses twelve who wish to attend the State Convention 3 70 dence that if they had been here they sult we do not hesitate to assure the Syn- Â¬ Glyndon striped at this place ready for bulking the country it traverses W B CUXMUfHAMS Mr Testara of the Grrn- - in Lexington Nov 19th 20th and 21st St Nicholas 270 LTXAN PAK1CISH would have deported themselyes as be- od that it would be hard to find a college The writer presents his regards to Science Mrs Sallic Miller is in Cincinnati ac- down noiaseur says would have 380 come Kentuckians to do It k said by where the professors are better cquiped for JuBe Itags an4 Laetfets Delinanico The invited 300 Mrs Sophina Isball is not expected you and his other Richmond acquaint Scientific Amerieau The lecture at the Polytechnic Society those who were in both battles to have their work or more faithful or where the companied by Master Jennings and Mks Yours truly Col Wa Irvine Chs 285 Scribners Magazine Ida Van Greenleaf to live but a few days she has typhoid ances last evening by Dr James Lewfc Howe been a much harder fought battle than student on the whole is more diligent Jno B Caksox David W Jrvme F M Spectator 330 headed by We were struck not only by the patient was the second of the series on Insect Monterey The Mexicans Miss Mary Burnam has returned from fever P S I have advised President Stiue Powell Ah Shearer and Sittings 355 We have erected a new and Life and was devoted to the subject of Santa Anna fought bravely The Mexi- Â¬ fidelity and thoroughness of instruction in an extended trip to St Louis Nashville Nearly all the Turkeys in this neigh of this correspondence He will doubt- Texas 470 dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of Turf Field and Farm can forces were estimated at from 15000 the class room but with the fire and en- and Jackson Tennessee une bugs and Locusts in opening borhood have been sold for 5 J cents less give you the same assurances 2 70 3rd and Irvine streets Richmoud Ky Wallaces Monthly- the lecturer said that tbe name of the to2iooo our force and none wished it thusiasm with which it was accompanied uaihwieBers Sales Yours truly Judge French Tipton left last Wednes Â¬ per pound Waverley Magazine - 370 and ask the public to give us a trial subjected represented merely members of more was about cooo Our loss in kill taking hold of the student and rousing him 21- v oinmisvionQr Beraam will sell Jno B Carson day morning for Baltimore Washington Buck Hubbard was badly hurt hy a Westminster Review- 370 HORSES HITCHED OR FED ed and wounded k estimated at from 350 up to his best mental activity This is New York and the East er 2 1st on the premises in the classes which he proposed to speak of wagou running across his breast He 260 Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor Womans Journal Tbe June bug k a member of the great to 500 men Our prisoners report the true at least in a general sense all the AT REASONABLE RATES StvfeJte V a store house and lot belong- General freight agent C L Brown of will get well 3 20 horses horses and buggies hired at tew Pants 550 to 15 Stttisfacon guar Young Ladies Journal group of beetles the most numerous of loss of the enemy in killed and wounded way from the preparatory to the highest jrinstead estate On Decern the KCand Mr Gus Hunshellof theC 17 2S Youths Companion 140 rates to be 2000 all tbe classes of insects numbering nearMr Giles Saunders has moved from an teed classes In the former the boys did not ai at the Court House door 1C 15 CUNSIXeMA PAKRISU O were in town yesterday Any publican of importance in the Our neighbors of Old Garrard fought merely have lessons assigned them and Danville to his old place at the mouth Ben-17- ly a hundred thousand species Genls underwear at Crooke a tract offend containing 2 1 United States or Europe can be secured Tbe first of the beetles mentioned was valiantly Capt Price and Lt Dunlap then were left to learn them as best they of Paint Lick Creek in Garrard county Dr G W Evans will be in Cincinnati nett Urmstons aed on Silver Creek and a the scarabeens or tbe sacred beetle of displayed by The Climax at less than the reg- Â¬ distinguished courage and gal- Â¬ could but they were shown how to learn this week with his son Leslie who re i lot containing two acres on Jack Davis of Garrard county died 21- Fiue California fruits grapes apples ular rates Egypt Thk k figured on many of the lantry Lt Conn whHe bravely rushing them and stimulated to an interest in ceived a serious injury to the eye of 11 congestive chill and was buried at aud candles at Dinneliis u Creek Conmssosioncr Scott Egyptian monuments and was held in upon the enemy was severely but not 15- them In the lattei wc heard principles Advice to Mothtr ember a6th en the premises Mrs H R Pickels and little daughter his home on Paint Lick Creek He high veneration as H was supposed to mortally wounded SniUFihonldahreT Charlie Jacob merchant tailor boSirs WnreuDW3 Soothecq cnttioj tetth which in different forms are now agitating Mayme of Lexington have been in this was over seventy yean old tdower track of land eon- We have one hundred mule eoUeaatl used when children nre It re represent the sun Its nearest relative in While we rejoice over our victory we the public mind discussed with a masterly Overcoats at 80 worth 40 Imported hero the little sniTeierat once itprodneesnataral eighty five yearlings for sale StrfeUy - j acres quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes as bright While W J Warren was moving and domestic cloth in stock Call and America k the familiar tumble bug mourn the loss of our bravest men and clearness and force and in a way that city visiting friends for the past few days as a button It ia Terr pleasant to taste It good and sold in numbers to stilt purÂ¬ Gov James B McCreary left yesterday his saw mill engine the wagon came see him which was described Burying beetles most gallant officers In our regiment could hardly fail to qualify the students soothes the child softens the fumsaHayiall pain chasers Six miles east of iiiebraottd 17 2S U15 Jack Sak regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy on the Speedwell pike lady bugs tiger beetles fireflies and the Adj Vaughan is killed on a business trip to Chicago thence he uncoupled and threw the boiler against and Capt for a useful part in active life far diarrhoea whether aiuing from teetiuajor D A COLYER eofMr Levi Hubble of colored potato bug were then shown by Shawhan 1- 7H H Ladies underwear at Crooke Bennett other causes TwentyflTS cents a bottle and Lts Merrifield and Conn were also impressed by the moral goes to Washington to await until Con- Â¬ him causing painful injuries We 17- or the 5th jest was as Unnstonrf 6 5 the stereopticon Dragon flies were the wounded Col McKee and Lt Col and religious tone that evidently prevails gress assembles Mrs Louisa Storms was found dead Tin celebrated jack Joe Btack- neat family noticed and their near rela- Clay and Capt Willis of the 2nd Ky throughout the University Beefsteak with mushrooms and hot We could Mrs R E Turley was at Utzingcr in inher chair at her home Her death MADAM SCOTT tells Past first knocked off at 1860 15- tives the ant lions and white ants or regiment of infantry are killed Col not learn that during the past year there Boone county last week to attend the whs caused from heart disease She collee at Dinellis Bngnole iSio Jeroboam termites A number of views of notes late The Present and Furare Events firm ofaccounts and Willis of the been Yell of the Arkansas cavalry and Col had been any case of discipline nor any wedding of her friend Miss Gaines wncr lived about two miles from Lauoaster r ie Oliver 725 Tippecanoe have Stockton photographed by the microscope Hardin of the Illinois infantry are killed necessity for such on account of improper visited her last summer May be consulted at any hour placed in my hands for collection andvfuvtuetep raother of Cornelius Lt Morton 475 Hanibal 780 were then thrown upon the scene Our troops all fought bravely how conduct Not a single instance of intem- Â¬ and settle seme Storms P ce John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ Rooms at 422 E Main Street Please call at my officeTEVIS COBB sired by Misses Lee and Nannie Bowman two The next family spoken of was the could they do otherwise in a battle which 19 22 J perance had been reported We made in- Â¬ Pi ice of Feace im- Â¬ carries James Teater found buried in the mond Ky 20- tieo Roscoe crickets and locusts and under thk head commenced on the annHersary of tlie quiries among the people outside the insti- Â¬ of Beattyvilles enterprising young ladies 2 0 Pha Thompcan 300 passed through Richmond one day last yard of the Davy Owens place now mense stocks of Salt Lime the remarkable walking sticks and walk Â¬ birthday of the Father of his Country tution which developed the fact that noth- Â¬ Hawk i The Talace down on 200 Bnena Vista ing leaves were described week en route to Cincinnati and on owned by the Teater boys a box con- Â¬ Cement and These imitate It was a mournful sight to traverse the the best keeps choice dry goods First street ing like disorder or rowdyism is practised o Ladies iMon- - the vegstation upon which they feed so Montrose 40 their return they i kited friends here taining one government Jock and key Â¬ battle ground and look upon the mangled among the students A colored man on Machinery and Im- vited ns S4S0 Curtk soekline closely that even other insects will walk tlie wounded Miss Nannie bought of Mr Wm Death three thirty two calibre cartridges and the dead and the dying being asked how the boys behaved ans- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and pire S niley snckKns 3 erage of the Fair ground stables Lisht one gold cufi button The box was over them without recognising that they and as one looked upon the melancholy Tornado and wered instantly and strongly Mighty sold as follows the best line of Groceries in ance written by PowellAccident Insur- Â¬ Daisy me are aitve The praying mantis k a pecul- Â¬ almost rotton Foot an excellent saddle mare 7 32 sight the thought involuntarily occurs well cf Blackburn Brignele and West the market fore legs which insect Col T S Moberley left on Monday We also made inquiries in regard to r C tue sale of which aggregated iarfolds upwhich has longhead as if in the why do not nations find some other mode iii MATRIMONIAL New line of Jackets and Newmarkets 41- in front of its it of settling their disputes and difficulties those who had graduated and were now in for Chicago where he goes to act as one ftsf U Sa t vi y f 4J d for tt38o at reduced prices at Crooke Bennett Thk Tennet k attitude of prayer These insects are Y i I will write you the particulars as active life and we learned that in the of the Judges in the Fat Cattle show wiiii 1 Mr 8 W Lackey of this county 17- u4r old Ed Baxter of Marion however very pugnacious and fight their Urmstons ASR Li soon as I can obtain them Yours c great majority of instances they were There are to be three judges selected and Miss Alice Cochrnn of Garrard WARNING NOTICE l t lVVyI J ft 30000 Daisy I Xll ir Flora sold own species wherever they meet them ni abBaaDinelll has an abundance of fresh YOUR f vj THOS TURNER Jr making useful and honorable men efficient from the country at large a feeder a were married in Cincinnati one day 5 5 Drusella 500 DoMie Varden using the forelegs as swords sometimes oysters for his restaurant or your table iiti butcher and a One goes from v nj x x u A Iiisiunctnrewe werecompon J2eyIn addition to the above wehae and full of promise in their respective pro- Â¬ Illinois a feeder breederfrom New York a last week Accounts due the Richmond 15- striking so hard that they cut their oppo one fessions fve It was supposed that the nents bodies open Under the bead of been permitted to make an extract from On Saturday afternoon Nov 2nd Goal Go butcher and Col Moberley a breeder Stone Forman - i j timet proceeds would reach Iingf the seventeen year locust was a private letter from T Turner Jr to Powell represents Ten of the largest was selected from Kentucky a well de- Â¬ 1889 Mr H Biggemtaff of Lexington mnst be paid to me on or be- Â¬ Fire Insurance Compaules and writes v hk Father dated Buena Vista Feb 24 described which has been abundant the served compliment to Col Moberley and and Miss Florence Shearer daughter ted saddle horse OnTime Mills Stores Dwelling Stables and W of Saml Shearer Jr of this county fore NOVEMBER 20TB pant cummer Thk insect remains in the 47 which we give below Alter Live Stock at Lowest Rates to Madison county H 7 32 i They eloped from Berry where the I read your kind letter on the morning fi years old hfind in one ground in its larval stage for a period of 2 - bucked m that date they will be handed young lady was visiting knees sold for Bsuenieen rears or so and then crawk of the 22nd and had just read it and had FOItDYSPUPSIA RELIGIOUS I Use Browns Iron Hitters up to tbe surface and on to some shrub it m my hand when the picket guard ran Track laying on the Kentucky Mid Mr Emmet Harbison of Shelby- Â¬ an officer as I have northe Physicians recommend It and then the back splits open and the in and leported that the enemy was close land east of Georgetown is being rapidly Rev Green Clay Smith will deliver an ville and Miss Mary Battaile of Pine time to attend to their collec- Â¬ The II sad All dealers keep it 1100 per bottle Genuine CwpraeB perfest insect crawk out The destruc upon us and sure enough they were has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper pushed About seventy convicts and address before the Baptist Congress in Grove were married on Wednesday KL imond ftaSdnsg D R FORMAN and Lean tion I have been through a bloody battle some free laborers are at work With session this week in Toronto Canada by the 0 35 Nov 0th at 12 M at the Presbyterian om 0 organised in July 18SS W au tions censed by these insects is 21 23 QfisW and am unhurt save a slight sabre bruise good weather they ought to reach Paris larva and net by the insect New II u of dress goods at Crooke Miss Jessie J I hat demands Dr McKee of Danville will at an church in Pine Grove the attention of Pall Millinery lecture was illustrated by about ai the right arm On the 23rd ue fought by the 20th of the present month The 17- Bennett Urmstons e early day begin a series of meetings at Taylor sister of Dr Taylor of this buch corporations heve fifty stereoptican views of different insects from sunrise until near sundown The Georgetown Times Mrs Lee Maupiu has a fine assort Â¬ U orj ii ized the Second Presbyterian church this city was maid of honor in nearly everv otv and which were described by the lecturer Mexicans were almost without provisions Donelson has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ ment of hats bonnet ribbons ilowers Me land and are doins more The Columbia Spectator says a meeting city In Covington Ky on Wednesday and other millinery goods selected In kies surries aud buggies of the newest The subject of the next lecture will be and were five to one in numbers Santa - other one thing to build up the Rev Dr Howard A M Henderson November Olh 1889 at 7 P M by person hy her in Cincinnati Courier Journal Anna promised them that they should was held there Tuesday when Governor Fltes and Motqukos Hats aud most popular patterns and at very 5- oassirtlalwringlllenaBoomefS have fat living on our commissary stores Hindman read a letter from D W Van atone time State Superintendent of Pub- Â¬ Rev F Brossart Mr F B Carr aud aud bonnets trimmed to order Prices reasonable figures Yonn ilea Attend This Cellcgs - Weans to purchase and live in oA b and they fought with perfect desperation deveer of Stanford stating that a New lic Instruction will on December rth Miss Lizzie Eice both of thi3 city reasonable and inspection solicited w rscsa Hemember the Palace Dry Goods -ones The two Associations Nearly 200 students from 20 States X York syndicate proposed to build a road deliver the Founders Day address at The ceremony was performed at the fBs as hongry men will do for bread 16- 15- House -- e been Commercial organ aed and are bektc heve commenced at tbe We took a large number of prisoners from Stanford to Scottsyille if the right Science Hill Academy at Shelbyville residence of the Bishop Mr and Mrs vfwC Sashes in all colors at Crooke Ben Â¬ Dress trimmings at Crooke Bennett College of Kentucky University Lexing- and have exchanged for all taken from us of way through the counties through Ky thk being the anniversary of the A E Yelton neo Million formerly of r 17- nett Urmstons a- fc 17- in the and for Major Gaines and Captains Clay which it would run could be secured and birthday of Mrs int tutions elsewhere as the large ton Ky the past 4mw months Urmstons Tevis who was this city were present DRUNKENNESS JTr of houses built by them wiU book keeping arUlStilffcass course or in and Heady and their men and have a a survey made without cost It was esti- Â¬ for more than fifty Julia the head of that LIQUOR HAIJIT In all years Ladles call at tbe Palace before bay Â¬ Men of small means whe arc not pbenographytyp wrJWngand telegraphy large number yet While DIED the World there is bat One Care engaged in the mated that 200 would pay the engineer institution of learning in which over ing your Fall Dry Goods and save 0 borrow money in Dr Haines Golden Specific the usual way The demand for the graduates of thk fight oa the mountain on the 23rd three for a survey through that county and 5000 Southern girls have been educated 15- money e Near Kingston this county on It can be given In a cap ot tea or coffee ied to borrow sufficient to erect college Trom bankers joint stock and balls struck the small palm tree from subscription papers were circulated among Dr Henderson was an intimate friend of GonHMcial College rENuoToESK without the knowledge of the person taking - e a d pay h back in smalt weetlr mercantile toee and others exceeded behind which I was firing in less than the people and 195 raised in a very short Mrs Tevis and is an eloquent ornate Wednesday Nov 6th 18S9 Sarah It effecting a speedy and pormnnent cure Rncbiugs Linen Handkerchief Kid Cheapcsi Best Business College m ifte Weeftf whether the mens More than thk k eneeur- - their supply this week Alversou wife of Wm L Moore aged an alcoholic patient Is a moderate drinker or Gloves at Crooke Bennett Urm Â¬ two minutes and a number of others time to be used for the purpose of locating speaker slj wreak Thousands ot drunkards lUshMi Ilonor- - and Cold Metl about45 years oth Oolteges at ITorWs Srputtttm IWSp have been cured who have taken the Golden stons apnt of economy A few cento Says a Western exchange the line Stanford Interior Journal 17- A prac- Â¬ struck in reach of me During the whole aook ltemlnf asd ttnH SpecMc In ihelr coffee without their knowl Â¬ MKf SbirmTte Do you sutler from catarrh -- a de You Nearly MtetHfenti n iteolaM awpsK war tery week wiU soon amount tical revivalkt in thk neighborhood re time the whistling of the balk kept up a The Mt Sterling Gazette says ami Townsend Million father of B B edge own lo day tbtnk they unit drinking of Col can be cored if you take Hoods Sar States and ForeUjj OoaatHss Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor No from l their free will No harmful oflect re Â¬ arh and j Buritcv U Tmcbms employe jj fmiti quested all in the cdngregarJon who paid perfect concert I was unhorsed once Bennett H Young John McLeod Ver- saparllla the great blood evetJ Million died at his home near Million sults from Its administration Cares guaran Â¬ 20 N Second Street Suita 525 to 45 araduqte consists ol BuslBeu Course Penmaasal Book purifier teed Send for circular and fall particulars Tible to the stockholders together their debts to rite The rising was gen- and cut off from our cavalry by the Mex Â¬ Oomiaejeist BoaiMM Arithmetic O this connty yesterday morniug Address In non D Price and Col S Trabue Sold by all druggists Co 17 2S Law XetrtauKttatna- - Banfcla Jofat Btock Maa it P 2 oclock in his 83rd year The 185 lUceSUconfidence Gold ax Specific 18 ifston it 17 Cincinnati O ufartortBE Lerturea Busiaess Fraeticy Mrca eral After talcing their seats a call was ican cavalry but succeeded in charging arrived here Monday night and in comat T -- 1 mng Ac rullBasl MIc Oornwooadeare Handsome silk fronts that theladlcB Dm Course lacJixlIn- - Btfrcoalof zZJL 5 of the Rcamond B and was made for those who didnt pay their back to the main body it was at this pany with Judge H R French Capt W Tuition Mr S Farrfch has sold the lot adjoin burial takes place this afternoon in the Dinellis restaurant is headquarters vastly admire at Crooke Bennett sWSsort Board la a nco family sJmat OTwratwe up to October 1st have debts and one solitary individual arose time I received IVSewropSy s ing his residence on North Second Street Richmond Cemetery hand Type wrHlnsJ fcn the blow on the arm and 15- for fresh oysters Try them Havens of the Sentinel Democrat and gpretaltfest liav ssm tal tac ir nlPi 17- Urmstons rieuared intoadnidead and enter who explained that he was an editor and came near being lanced but escaped I T W Hedden of the Gazette left i sail can be taken ahuia c J yester Â¬ to Lyman Parrish He will erect a house you want to buy a sulky surrey Course Js9 aplnl mwirtmral Iter XJuHe If Qystere In every style raw fried the books to the ciedit of the could not because the rest of the congre Â¬ ZP YOTT SACK AOIIES dojnot think the enemy will venture to at day for a trip over the proposed line of on it in the spring Price 720 - or buggycarriage call on Donelson stewed broiled baked scalloped on 0 you are all worn out really good for pothlag ue carlag sltasKsaTnHr ate YSaeattoa tochers Why net orgamee a branch gation were owing him for their subscrip tack tts again Santa Anna and his army railroad from this place to saw Vol CHertara artafns it is general debUKT Try the Virginia Insure your property in one ofC EL for he has the latest best and cheapest the half shell and every other way at BBOirjPS XBQY VITTMSS WsXBCB X sarin I estasi KJV ccrjingeintheeounty tions have left thk vicinity line Their object is to get the sentiment Powells Ton Companies ItvrMcurayoucndreaKWlappeVl 7 32 Soil 6- 9 23 15i DlueliiV Disappointed Jail Birds To Deputy Jailer C F Tomer belongs the credit of unearthing a scheme to JfD E s D AY NOV- - 13 1889 break jail Mr Turner suspected several bought a lot in days age that all was not right He ac Â¬ 7 L Terrr summoned Messrs Feeny wiU build a house cordingly aJJiiwn nd MiteheM Baxter Berry Tudor and MC Weattwferd te askt him Armed 4 41 guards were placed at various points in antncuMB mw Ch n t web oa last 1 uesday aM and the search began Two files and a a thing of beauty saw were fetutd re the cells The saw J cx--rented the Burnett Big- - was made from a steel corset spring v n M A BtggeretasT hrat One of Hie iron bars bad been sawed i I nearly m two and one more night would fjSo for the year 190 have completed the job What prisoners J that Cniwgton parties had the implements could not be ascer Â¬ Of HM5 u it foe possesesosi tained but Mr Turner has hit own opin- Â¬ i Cmabertaad Gap ion We congratulate Cant Turner on r M nii running e coel oil ms sncceMtnl raid Jailer Maupm k away from home a new teatare In J fair to be a ratrentae Heme Feeple iHE CLIMAX A Eelic of Interest Below we give the contents of an extra LETTERS 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ ly 1 -- r 1 SALE RENT Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ -- For Sale or Xtent STORE HOUSE 1 Â¬ t 1 m 3U 9 Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- ALE i I Â¬ RENTING 1 Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ k M Min 1 I tf 1 I Â¬ c Â¬ 20 500 Barrels Corn I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Please eh lead Â¬ iaittHiitiiiii Â¬ Â¬ Mkpnllttk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 185 lies For m 41 1 Â¬ Call and Settle iBasssssI jT 4k in Farm Hair use rtSHRANn Uflfli re 0WnfilE5H iwxxx rvi Grocer wm vmvaM l rIy yvMVf k - it Â¬ 0 vrL r Fsttvt Â¬ l f2i3v3 CHPEARSON ji i Â¬ or a wie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FJ r lM Â¬ Â¬ kiUZl asn I Â¬ r2h r- - - vJ Fjwpsw ryc 5jqjlfWPS rTP TF i i A BmGARIATt WEDIMGr A ST WHICH Dow LOUIS LADY DESCRIBES SHE ATTENDED ONE LHOMME MASQUE SOME CURIOUS THINGS ODD AND BEAUTIFUL FOUND IN THE FAR WASHINGTONS MARBLE SHAFT SELLING BIRDS NESTS NEW YORK FASHIONS FULL OF FUN a Party of TcrarUU Attended the Cer Â¬ or the Balkan emony JoUlscs of Travel in the Becion Guide IYI10 Frightened and Intimidated tha Traveler it We mm feetisg pretty Mae when vro arrive here at lfeM oclock last night in a isost furious storm of thunder and ligfatring and tbe rain pouring in tor- Â¬ rents sty Muck as Egypts night 33m crowd of ruffians at the depot addÂ¬ ed aaythtag bat a secure feeling and they took ue in as If we were so many avges taken around for exhibition Oar trunks bad to bo gone through like Â¬ wise oar hand baggage and they actual Â¬ ly tnntood upoa opening every small box sad package inside our trunks They heW a loag discussion orer a shawl in OBt of owr trunks but finally decided to ctomp our trunks through While our ooufier vrme attending to this the natives were taking us in and I never saw suoh awfal LMtdng mon They looked as if tbay wasted to kill us A BOMAJJ WELL H Wo spent the day Tory agreeably first driving up to the barracks where we bad a good view of the surroundings sad saw quantities of soldiers two of which lovely specimens of men insisted upon our visiting an old well built by the Romans and we started down the steps by tbo lifrht of a candle the Servian leading the way and Cousin and I following but keeping very close to our courier We persuaded the other mem Â¬ ber of our party itot to attempt to come down as it was so very damp and dark fnd so many steps so left her up top with another individual who kept talk Â¬ ing to her in his own language all the tine and pointing to the steps and final Â¬ ly rath ting her down So to our surÂ¬ prise when half way down the winding stabs we beard her calling to us and as sbo was very much frightened and ex- Â¬ cited wo turned back without reaching the bottom of the 450 steps These poor people are so wild to make a penny that they insist upon making you do things in ovder to reward them for their serv- Frout the barracks we drove to the i and then visited the palace of King Milans eon then drove to the park We loft Belgrade at 1050 p m and ae there are no sleepers en route we made ourselves as comfortable as possi Â¬ ble for the night but I cannot say I The scenery along the rested much road was very pretty The Balkan moun Â¬ tains looked quite bare after Switzerland and the tram seemed to crawL When we reached some little station a dozen soldiers jumped in and entered the car and began talking among themselves and to us and as we could not understand we took it for granted that we had reached a new country and opened our They satefata for them to inspect opened every box more from curiosity I mispoct than for any other reason and emptied our fruit basket of all the grapes which tbey divided among them Â¬ selves and then stamped us through TOE BCLOARLOi WEDDDM We are to night in Bulgaria in a com- Â¬ fortable hotel and where we do not feel as K our lives were in periL When we first landed our courier put us in a car Â¬ riage and started us oil by ourselves with a coachman dressed in a sheepskin coat white shirt and loose white trousÂ¬ ers with a broad belt His costume might have been pretty when new but was exceedingly soiled and be was very dark with small jet black eyes As it was noon Sunday all the country peo Â¬ ple were in for the day and I never saw such a variety of costumes in my life Some very fancy with lots of coins etc worked stockings with skin sandals laced up the legs In fact it reminded me of picture I have seen of the Holy Land He inquired if we could be permitted to enter and we soon found otuselves escorted into the country villa of the governor of Sophia where the bouse was Ailed with guests assembled at the mar Â¬ riage of his sister The bride came forward to meet us in her wedding gown veil and orange blossoms We also were presented to the groom the bridesmaids and their beaux the landlord and his wife and to the mother of the bride wbo spoke to us in One of the relatives of the French in German bride spoke to Cousin They insisted upon our remaining to the ceremony and we were presented seats of honor on beautiful blue satin furniÂ¬ ture The ceremony was not in Bulgar Â¬ ian but Greek with seven priests can- Â¬ dles incense and high mass We were kept standing just one hour In the middle of the service their photographs were taken They were crowned with orange blossoms and the men all embraced afterwards also the ladies One of the bridesmaids was very pretty and spoke English She made hereon very pleasant and wanted to know if I had ever met a friend of hers a Miss Bwho was attending school in America Now that I have described the wedding party let me give you an idea of our apÂ¬ pearance in such distinguished company After spending ail night in the smoky dirty train and with so accommodation for toilet we reached here at IS noon Iwmied through some luncheon brushed our head tad fortunately put on clean gloves So we appeared amidst silks and Battec in traveling hats dresses and the largest shoes we possessed and feel Â¬ ing Hke tramps I think we attracted as much attention as the bride Afterwards we drove through the park ExetAC CytmU Between Tom Cannon and the Mysterious Stranger The Man with a Mask has finally met bis match in the sturdy person known as Tom Cannon These two redoubtable wrestlers camo together the other evening at the Folics Bergere before an audience several times too large for the accommodation offered The unusual crush was occasioned by the announcement that Americas for- Â¬ midable wrestler was to be pitted against a mysterious individual of wonderful strength and skill n ho up to the present has proved a victor against all comers This eccentric athlete caused a great sen- Â¬ sation in Paris last year by appearing on the stage with his face and head entirely hidden by a black silk mask behind which no one was able to penetrate Ho appeared in the same way laet evening lio arrives at the Fohes Bergere in a private carriage only a few minutes be-Â¬ fore he mut appear and is immediately shown to a private room from which he comes out only to go on the stage He leaves in the saiae manner Before the struggle lost evening I was standing behind the scenes talking with Tom Cannon- - Said lie I know absolutely nothing about the man I am going to wrestle with I havo a suspictea though that he is an old time professional who has reasons for Cither that or concealing ms identity he is some rich chap who doesnt want to be seen here Do you feel in good condition No indeed and that is the worst of it 1 have been wrestling here for thirty four nights in succession without any reel and sometimes I luive mot two men in a night Finally the curtain rose and the two giants came bounding forth in front of the footlights Giants indeed thoy ere Tom in red tights the other in black and both naked to the waist A moments glance was enough to show that the Man with the Mask was in perfect ph steal condition indeed he appeared in every reiect the better of neav the two iTfen skin nna u v ouuj ssTi ness and as white as uiat oi a woman H6 chest tiiiglw and arms were of Her- Â¬ culean dimensions and his carriage was tiut of a gentleman A significant de Â¬ tail was lite singular smallnebs of his feet and liands No time was lost A grip of two powerful bands a moments hesitation before the initial spring and tiien they went at it arms lieads legs and bodies It was about as lively a wrestling match as one could possibly see The Man with the Mask took the offensive from the start and for the first five minutes it looked as if he was going to vanquish Tom Cannon with case But the man who vanquishes Tom with easeor without it lias not yet put in his appearance at the Folios Bergere In the ery first set to the Unknown forced Cannon over on his back and to save himself the latter was obliged to form a bridge with the back of his head and his heek as bases On this bridge the masked Hercules threw himhelf with tremendous fury but Tom held firm and watching his chance slipped from beÂ¬ neath and with a back handspring landed on bis feet As the struggle advanced the tables commenced to turn Now it was Tom Cannon who was doing tho attacking At one point the stranger nearly lost his mask and retired to rearrange it Dur the brief intermission Tom stepped on one side and said to me He k tlie best wrestler I havo met in Frauce He is pushing the fighting but I shall liave my inning pretty soon 1 may be mistaken but I think I am going to beat him And Tom was not mistaken How lie did it it were impossible to de-Â¬ scribe but lie did it- - The masked man fought like a hero but be had a hero to fight against Now one is on top now another now tbey are both down on liands and knees and presently they are locked arms legs and bodies in a desperate embrace Then everything gets mixed up very much mixed up until suddenly the Un known goes sailing through the air im pelled by Tom s combined strength and science He hinds on one side and tries to rise but Tom is upon him pinning one shoulder to tlie floor and slowly slowly forcing Ute otlier into the same position The Man w ith the Mask squirms and kicks with the energy of a lost angel Tom Cannon relentless with flashing eyes presses that otlter shoulder nearer and nearer to the carpet Tlie crowd goes mad with excitement At last it is all over Tlie mysterious giant struggles no longer lie is vanquished All this which takes a long time to describe lasted only tw elvc minutes Paris Herald OBJECTS EAST The Forest Dweller Method of Startins Fire Cumbersome Coins of the Dyak Feoplet Many and Interesting Kinds of Beads Tho forest dwelling peoples of the fur- Â¬ ther cast have an odd instrument for making fire Very seldom so for as wo observed do they employ tho proverbial method of rubbing two sticks which is not rubbing at alL Near the coast every man carries a bit of pitcher in the airi box or bamboo slung at his waist a chip of a plate English or Dutch and a handful of dry fungus Holding this tinder under his thumb upon tho frag- Â¬ ment of earthenware ho strikes tho sido of the siri box sharply and it takes fire But this method con only be used by tribes which have such communication with theforeigner as supplies them with European goods The inland peoples use a more singular process Thoy carry a short cylinder of lead hollowed roughly to a cuplike form at one end which fits a joint of bamboo Placing this cylinder in the palm of tho left liand they fill tho cup with tinder adjust the bamboo over it strike sharply remove thocovoringas quickly and the tinder is alight Ob- Â¬ servers who take a narrow view have de-Â¬ clared that the earliest art practiced by human beings after they escape from mere barbarism is pottery These races have long passed that stage but we do not recall any evidence that they use tho art The fact is that in countries which produce tlie bamboo earthenware is hardly needed except for luxury They make charms and fetiches of dried clay MEASunrxa an But in Borneo tho Dyok peoples have singu Â¬ larly interesting As Malays employ brass guns for their currency 60 the Dvaks emnlov antiaue vases In neither instance do the actual coins pass from a nana to nanai since uy aDross run a Malay signifies a cannon twenty feet long perhaps and a Dyak signifies a vessel eighteen Inches high or more These things are measures of value divided into imaginary fractions There are three varieties of thk earthenware the gusi which represents about 500 sterling the naga and rusa much less valuable Tlie first is certainly Chinese and the last probably but perhaps they never came from the continent At some date unknown the north of Borneo was occupied by a Chinese colony which must have numbered millions This great time when a third part of the isl-Â¬ and was cultivated and densely peopled may have been 800 years ago But tho first paragraph in the Annals of Bruni recognizes a powerful Chinese kingdom of Batangon in the Fifteenth century we are not to digress Into that fascinat- Â¬ ing theme however The Celestials were exterminated about two genera- Â¬ tions ago an old friend of ours the great Chief Gosing still carried ten pig- Â¬ tails attached to hk sword of state trophies of lus fathers valor probably Chinese merchants have tried again and again to counterfeit tho old jars as have the Dutch but they never succeeded in passing off their imitations The Naga may be Hindoo or Japanese of very re- Â¬ mote antiquity both peoples had great settlements in the island at some time beyond human memory They havo left Buddhist remains of importance here and tliere We secured no samples of these curi- Â¬ ous things for reasons that have been suggested But the recollection calls to niind some extraordinary objects of the same class in a sense which are treasured on the other side of the world values a class of foreign earthenware 1 WONDERFUL BEADS There are places in South Georgia where men extract oil from the rattle snake and use it to cure rheumatism These persons will give a negro SI to point out a rattlesnake to them and then tlvey kill it in a peculiar manner They place a forked stick over tho snakes head then put a cord around it and strangle tlie snake This is done to keep the snake from biting itself The body of the reptile is then strung up and tlie oil extracted from it It sells at S3 per ounce and this industry is a very profitable one The snakes in that sec Â¬ tion are very large averaging five feet in length and one rattler gives up a great deal of oil A little negro once saw two rattlers lying close together and wanted to get the money for finding tiiem It was a mile to tlie nearest house He was afraid tlie snakes would crawl off while he was gone and so he took off hk coat and placed it between the snakes He went off come bock and then walked through the trading and found them still eying the coat He part of the city had them charmed So the snake is Ottr courier is a native of Constanti cultivated down tbero as a profitable in- Â¬ nople and says the Turks are a very 1 dustry Athens Go Banner utrcy paopte awi ueter iuu auy living A Vouns Trapper thing it being part of their belief that Sixteen-year-ol- d Harry Spencer of God created everything for a purpose except the Christians He says fleas are- - Hansom k a successful crow trapper natural production of the country and Young Harrys guinea hens got in the that we must not mind them Cor St notion of laying their eggs in the bushes back of the house last summer and lot is Republic every now and then tho crows would swoop down and carry off tho eggs At A Blsh Oflciafa Telephone Experience A Hector and His Club An amusing anecdote k told about the The rector of Gwaenysgon In Wiales I first Harry was at a lots to account for Baron Von Mitt is a man of more than ordinary energy 1 rne aisappearanco oi me eggs Dur one recent experience of Â¬ the sad enternraL In an nitmmt rn mlect 1 oay 6 caught two CTOWS in the act Of nacht with Wurtemburg minkter presi-Â¬ the telephone Hk excellenanu aa nraigiuway wens dent the tithes due him and which thepeo 1 5wulaB rK to Outwit block thieves cy was lately paying a visit incognito to Tile are not dumaed ta tnr hn hrwrW n 1 Ulm his son party of bailiffs wbo were sent to protecjt Out in the field be built a little well of sights ofattho townWhile inspecting tho in company with hk sods with on opening on one side wide attempt to distrain the auctioneer in an enough for a crow to pass tlirough and relatives and a Hamburg senator he The auctioneer bad been driven oil three in the passage he set a steel trap Then went at the request of tlie latter to the times whSe making similar attempts new telephone con- Â¬ and when It became known that be pro Â¬ ho placed on egg in the centre of the postoflice to try the and Stuttgart AfÂ¬ between Ulm posed again to enter the farms assisted well and the first crow that saw it nection be connected asking by the baJlifis and the rector himself a alighted on the outside of the circle of ter ringing and office to at that town the sods tripped into the opening after the with the foreign large crowd armed with sticks assem Â¬ chancery servant bled and made a desperate attack upon egg and got its foot in the trap The familiar voice of thebroad Wurtemburg was heard asking in distinguished party Tho rector crow began to flatter like fury and dialect lis To Herr Von Who k there it ht nobly is defense of his rights and Harry ran out and clubbed it to death Mittnachts reply Minkter President He has caught nearly two dozen of the a heavy club which he wioldod Mittnacht there camo tho impatient v i great dexterity he felled four of ply birds in that way this season Ban- You be Mowed dont try and answer J i3 flock to the earth The bailiffs liow 6om Pa Letter green me the minkter president k not e - c- - shewed Jess fjrtf and led withjtfie at Ulm Hk excellency replied Yes Hunting for the Meteorite ai ti meer from the field so that the It is reported that the Alpinites are I am here call Councilor B to thotele rector was forced to yield The servant would not believe phone JLc now declares that be might as well greatly excited over the falling of on imgave the the pirate out and oat as attempt to ool mense meteor in the vicinity of Mount wellvoice of the minkter and All tho turn known evasive answer Bullion The ball of fire which is de-Â¬ -1 t the tithes due him from the stubborn Tlie minis scribed as much larger than tho Markle gentlemen have gone out ft cish formers London Letter viile court house struck with a force ters angry order had no effect The ser- Â¬ Bye of a Severed Bead Open that made the earth tremble giving are vant at length broke off the communica- Â¬ A Negannee special to The Detroit Free port like a cannon The citizens of Al Â¬ tion after a final asseveration tltat hk in-Â¬ Press says A brakeman named Thomas pine have been out scouring the hills in terlocutor wr3 quite a different person Higins slipped between two freight cars search of the aerolite Although many from what he professed to be and that moving train near Maple Ridge people saw it fall opinions differ in lo- Â¬ he was not going to be caught so easily on Chicago Times yesterday morning The signal to stop cation from five to ten rnflp Genoa was given by another brakeman who saw Nev Courier tLc fall and the train stopped and backed Telephonlo Amusement Tlie Flannel Shirt Doomed tip to where Biggins lay Five cars had passed over hk body which was fright Â¬ Letters from England state positively A novelty k reported from Hastings in fully mangled The bead was completely connection with the performanco of Tho that the flannel shirt is doomed Tho For tennis and severed from the trunk and lay several Yeoman of the Guard at tho theatre fiat has gono forth feet from tlie track Fireman Byo picked The stage had been connected by tele Â¬ outings next season a canvas material up the head and was horror stricken to phone with various private houses and s ill bo largely used and tho striped see the eyelids close and again open then hotels so that numbers of people are pantaloons or bags as tho English call partly close again This was seen by En nightly hearing the opera without seeing them will bo made of flannel as before gmoar William Whitney and the brake it We aro not aware that this has ever For general wear-tho white shirt resumes san end all three were badly frightened been tried except in isolated cases as en Its eld position and will become again C s sign of consciousness was given experiment Hastings may therefore the only proper thing for morning as it ecvnra minutes after the head was eev becongratelatedcmbeingin the van of always has been fox evening dress progress London Globe c J f a the body J Chiw joTimea m -- rattlesnake OIL The Aggry and the Popo beads which serve for jewels in West Africa are gloss resembling earthenware of unknown manufacture of immemorial antiquity and beyond modern skill to counterfeit Most European nations probably have tried their hand at imitating tho Aggry bead The shrewdest chemists and the cleverest artificers of Venice and Bir- Â¬ mingham have done their beet Hie pot- Â¬ ters of England France and Germany havo exhausted their resources but in vain It does not seem such a difficult enterprise however The beads are ir- Â¬ regular in shape and size many have been sawn in two They have an opaque ground ochre yellow in the most valu- Â¬ able species but so various that thk point gives no trouble A rough ornament of circles in another hue runs through the material from side to side or end to end Here again imitation seems easy to the craftsmen of Venice in par-Â¬ ticular but appearances are deceptive evidently Tlie Popo bead less valuable but valuable enough is blue glass trans- Â¬ parent but so manufactured that it shows a dull yellow against tho light These things are all found in the earth but so far as can bo ascertained they never turn up in company with bones or other signs of burial which to pur mind k tho most curious fact of alL That they are ancient Egyptian k a certainty Many hundreds if not thousands were taken in the sack of tho palace at Coo massie strung in general upon that very pretty cord which we mentioned with gold nuggets beaten flat and cubes of coral and tufts of colored silk inter- Â¬ spersed Very handsome they looked no doubt upon the smooth brown skin of the royal dames A pretty bracelet from Coomassie is made of triangular pieces cut from the rib of a shell snow wlute strung in groups alternately with these small flattened nuggets But the cariosities saved in that loot bear only a miserable proportion to those which men of taste admired in the palace and the big houses of the caboceers But one stool was carried away as a memorial for the Princess of Waks among the hundreds adorned with silver which lay in all di- Â¬ rections Very charming were many of these the Ashantee artist seemed to de- Â¬ vote his best attention to the stools Seven were piled as if for removal in the courtyard of a great house each plated with repousse work showing much taste and ingenuity of design These people have gifts Saturday Review Â¬ Precautions Taken to Complete the Security of the Monument At the time the government decided to take hold and complete the Washing- ton monument which had stood foryears in an unfinished state and when in the centennial year congress made an ap- Â¬ propriation for the work the question suggested to the minds of engineers and others was whether or not the founda- Â¬ tion was secure and safe for the super- Â¬ structure Tlie many years that had elapsed since tho commencement of the work and those that had passed during which it had been left unprotected to face the storms winds and changes of temperature caused the opinion to exist that the base of the shaft did not have as strong and durable a resting place as it required In the outset and upon the resumption of the work it was decided not to carry the monument to the height first contemplated in the plans and it was re- Â¬ duced a number of feet Thk change was made in order that tho weight the foundation had been laid to carry would bo reduced in proportion according to the feet taken off and make it Uiat much more secure to support tho remainder Competent and experienced engineers made a thorough examination and several tests of the ground walls extenM vo exca Â¬ vations were opened up to permit the clos- Â¬ est possible inspection and a report was submitted to the effect that the founda- Â¬ tion was in prime condition strong and durable But to make it doubly sure tlie earth was removed from about the lower walk for some distance and every crack in the foundation plugged and walk braced by another wall composed of brok- Â¬ en stone and cement Tho monument was carried to comple- Â¬ tion despite the fears and predictions of the timid and weak hearted who were on the watch to see it tumble It k not known whether they aro now on the look- Â¬ out but theshaftstill stands and k likely to for ages Tlie engineer in charge the custodian and tho subordinates employed about it aro all cognizant of the state- Â¬ ments made regarding its likelihood to get out of plumb They stylo them the dreams of old women and scout the idea of anything of that kind occurring Constant vigilance has been and k still observed to note the slightest depression or sinking of any kind and only tlus week Capt Mount informed a Post reporter that he had been unable to dis cover at any point any indication that would lead to the belief that tho shaft had sunk tho smallest fraction since the work done about the foundation If such a thing had taken place it would be easy to detect and manifest itself immedi- Â¬ ately in the working of the machinery especially in the movements of the elevator car It would show as well in the walk at the apex and fissures would become visible None of these evidences havo appeared and the employes are very confident that thoy will not The safety of everything about the monument k guaranteed with confi- Â¬ dence as the custodian keeps in ojiera tion a thorough system of inspection permitting no part of it to bo neglected Of course the elevator and stairway are the principal points to lie looked after and when jt is known that over 0000 persons have traveled to tho top of the monument since tho 1st of last Septem- Â¬ ber by the car and stairs the importance of paying tins attention to insure the safety of tho people will bo understood and appreciated The vi ork of the vandals has been al- Â¬ Beyond the most entirely discontinued ambition of some people to have their names appear in high places and pencil ing the defacement of tiie monument by vandals has been suppressed and the only disfigurements lately have been made by the penciling of their names by visitors As soap and water readily re- Â¬ move the vi ritfng this k not considered serious enough on offense to warrant the prosecution of the offenders Washing Â¬ ton Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te vJi Â¬ -- They broko a mans will in New Dalnt r Erenlnc Toilets French Gingham Gowns Afternoon Dresses Jersey tho other day by proving that Flno silky cropallno Is in groat uso ho always walked upstairs instead of for dainty cvoning toilets These tex Â¬ taking an elevator tiles show raro and lovely colorings George dear when wo Bride pretty llttlo French woman tho other and they are made up either in prin roach town lot us try to avoid leaving OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC day a reporter discovered tnat tho cesso style with Greek draperies or tho impression that wo aro newly largest part of her living was made by in Empire fashion with separate vests married All right Maud you can tho solo of natural and artificial birds ono of silk the other of lace or point lug thk volko Nobraska State nests containing from three to fivo desprit not Tho draperies nro ox Journal tiny oggs and mounted or not as tho qulsltoly graceful and flno gold or sil- Â¬ Stout Lady Sir I hog that you purchaser desired Her story k that ver ombroldory k a favorite garniture will doskt from following mo or I Â¬ Pretty afternoon dresses aro made of shall call a constable in Park where sho had been emOF Perspiring ployed as an artlficlal flower maker old rose cashmere the backs in prin Strangor Pray dont say so Its the her wages were so low that to exist cesse breadths and the fronts cut off only bit of shade In tho wholo park was possible but to lay up a penny for at tho waist lino with an Empire or Id do as muoh for you but my shadow a rainy day was not An American full gathored vest of China silk finish- Â¬ isnt worth mentioning p lady who had given her somo ordors ed with a softly plaited sash of the and boon attracted by her pretty faco samo material edged with silk fringe Tho Widow aHara In front of a of his own selection for whicli lie paid offered to pay her expensos to this city and knotted at each side The under- Â¬ way until skirt is laid in medium sized plaits c marble yard In which there is a flno and assist her in a small CASH and got liberal discounts that What is it such tlmo as sho could swim tho sea brlar stltched In white silk about half granite monument Mr Shafti raly That Madam he proposes to give to his customers of lifo alono Sho dklikod as all a yard deep Tho skirt falls in natural Tho foreigners do to leave Paris Thk folds flaring slightly as they roach the is a Scotch granite monument Shure an oi thot it was not becauso Bhe had been so skirt hem Tho sleeves are tucked Widow OHara a perpendicularly or the mutton leg or was sassigo mato in a glass case for hers was happy there hard lot rising early in tho morning bkhop slcevok substituted with briar Puck Little Son Papa when Brutus and working away into tho night stitching on tho deep cuffs said tho Roman Sonators were all hon- Â¬ to mako tho few francs per in order INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE Stylkh traveling dresses in Direc week which sho required to keep body tolro stylo are mado of a kind of shot orable men he didnt mean it did he No he spoko satirically and soul together Then thoro was brilllantlno in harmonizing variations Father Ho meant that the Whats tho long walk from tho llttlo back of color which shade from reseda to TTVlTi Irs that fis iTif nf trintp namaanTao mif street whore sho lived to tho groat gr0llTnt0ViXr0SeblU0t03iIVr thir y their constituents just for a shop whoro sho dally dkposod of tho oio wc wu Diiujuu ok Thnsn old Rnmnna rHflhri hn dolicato flowers her deft fingers had but stylkh costumes of checked sum mor as much as we do Philadelphia created mer cheviot trimmed with rows of But to mako a long story short velvet and of soft golden fawn colorod Record HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES Johnnys verse Sunday school Steamer Day as Americans call it French or India cashmere combined Mow Johnny Uumso it is arrived and what llttlo of thk worlds with corded silk and suits of English leacner Y7ITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS goods tho little French flower makor serge or flno Englkh cloth in gray and your turn Recite your verse please Johnny reciting A certain man had wero easily packed and amplo dull blue shades with long glove-fittin- g went down from Jerusalom to spaco loft all around them in a small French redlngotos and plaited silk and fell among thorns and tho Jericho thorns box not two feet square skirts Gray and reseda are tho favor- Â¬ Did A brilliant idea camo to hor ono day ite colors for traveling dresses both sprang up and choked him IS THE you learn that vorso out of tho Bible when sho visited a toy shop in Four- Â¬ with French and Englkh brides Nome Pop taught it to Johnny teenth street Sho there saw a birds Somo of the imported French ging- Â¬ Munseys Weekly nest mado by human hands and in it ham chambray and zephyr costumes me BICHfflQHD OLDEST CLOTHIER Teacher Benjamin how many wcro glued llttlo oggs about tho slzo aro as expensive as an evening tollotof timos must tell you not to snap your I of an ordinary pilL Eureka Her silk or lace Some of those copy silk Now put down your hand and fingers And knows precisely what you want day had come and a moans of liveli- Â¬ gowns in Empire or Direc and wool keep still I shall hear what you have hood hod dawned upon her anxious tolro stylo Others aro mado In Five minutes later brain In hor enthusiasm sho almost Gretchen fashion with round waists to say presently Now then Benjamin what was It you leaped through tho stroots to go and Skits Overcoats FibIs Â¬ silk linings and full skirts gathBenjamin wanted to say There lay her schemo before hor benefac- Â¬ over to a ered bolt Somo havo French was a tramp in tho hall awhilo ago tress Not long after thk an adver redlngotos closely fitted in the back tkement appeared in ouo of tho morn- Â¬ and falling in four straight ends to the and I saw him go off with your gold N Y Sun headed parasol ing daily papors in which an offer of foot of tho skirt each panel like por- Â¬ The wife of a really well-to-d- o fifteon cents was made for natural tion separate and leaving open spaces Hindu k prohibited by custom from birds nosts without oggs and twonty show tho white omhroidered hem conversation with her husband oxcept five cents with them It had its cruel that of the underskirt There is a loose in her own chamber it k a ridicu- Â¬ sido to bo suro but it was responded blouse vest and sash on the front to in double battalions and for tho sleeves are wrinkled at tho and lous custom About the only place a top man doesnt want hk wife to converse days after sho had no time ko a Bernhardt glove N Y Post Â¬ with him k in her own chamber pro- Â¬ on her hands Tho small boy occavided he is addicted to coming home at sionally brought in a trophy but her POLICY AN ACCIDENT 1 a rn exhausted with business cares purchases wero mostly mado of farm- Â¬ ers who would bring in the precious A Iew of the Kestrlctlons Imoosed by the and so forth especially the latter rCjgwjuMWKfig -- A PROFUSION FNorristown Herald burden with their produce for tho Companj on tho insured Chairman markets and go away with a satisfied NowtheuMr Smith I ran over to St Louis tho other day chuckle thinking tho fools wero not to see my father-in-laand at the sta- Â¬ kins be so kind as to state what in- Â¬ all dead and that them ero eggs rep- Â¬ tion I bought an accident policy to be ducement was offered you to testify Smithkins resented a fow oncroachcrs which tho safe all around It had a few condi- Â¬ bofore this committee scarecrow would tako no part in fright- Â¬ tions of course on which the money Well gents they tolo me youd as ening away from his fruit orchards would bo paid in case any thing hap likes as not whitewash every thing all over afore you got through an as my Tho enterprising llttlo tradeswoman poned EXTENSIVE LINE OF Fifteen wife says our hen houso needs it pret- Â¬ lives moves and has hor being in a It road about llko tills contented way giving no signs of dollars por week will be paid to tho ty bad I thought that by chippin in a nervousness through being haunted by holder of thk policy upon presentation word or two I might get it done for visitants from the world of tho depart Â¬ of it in person at the companys office nothin Mrs Inexperience ed spirits of blrdllngs Carriages of in Kalamazoo Excuse me wealthy people roll up to tho small It is agreed and understood be Â¬ sir but you said if I would give you AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN shop where hor merchandise Is and tween both and all of us that no a good breakfast you would cut up a without hesitation loavo the threo dol- Â¬ money checks greenbacks or other lot of wood and now you are going lars which k hor price for her nost legal tender shall be paid on thk away just as soon as you have finished Yes Gentlemanly Tramp with eggs and being tastefully mount- Â¬ policy oxcept tho holder thereof has eating ed on a pile of stones or rustic branches been so disabled broke up or curtailed mum Im coming back to cut the wood in tho shapo of a corner piece they as to be incapacitated for any business day after to morrer All the doctors make a unlquo decoration for a home whatever and is wholly unable to sit you know say its very unhealthy to oxercke violently after eatln a and bid fair to bo one of tho most pop down or stand up ular articles for sale in tho fall In It is further agreed that no money hearty meal Somerville Journal valises this greed for gain on ono hand and a etc shall he paid on this policy if the MEXICAN PECULIARITIES desire to havo beautiful if forbidden holder thereof or any of hk heirs as-Â¬ fruit on the other no notice k taken signees or executors ever played base- Â¬ Somo or the Antiquated Customs Prevail Ing In oar Sister IEepubllc of the robins song which has changed ball ato with a knife got up before six from merriment to woe No one thinks oclock refused to support the admin I The visitoK from the United States of her as she reaches the home tree istration then in power or in any way finds many things to wonder at in tho eXjFSJE3vre37 PSTO City of Mexico Tho most antiquated and finds her nest gono and her hopes willfully or malignantly endangered An Crratlo Couple customs and the most modern improve- Â¬ N Y World their lives A very mysterious affair was yester- Â¬ blasted Mr i a g This policy shall be instantly and ments are curiously jumbled IF day morning reported at police head-Â¬ wholly annuled If the Insured received Curtis in his Capitals of Spanish THE STUDENTS REVENGE quarters by Thomas W Wright a colinjuries in the discharge of hk usual America cites many examples The ored man who keeps a small store at 127 Â¬ Dentist West Levee near Che Hannibal bridge How a Tonneof a CruelKnlned tho Bus business or after office hours or from correspondence of tho government ho Enemy iness says Is dictated to stonographers and Â¬ He said that at about 2 oclock the day exclaimed tho cruol any accident hurt mkhap or occurThoro sir before a man called at hk store and rence of any kind whatever due en- Â¬ transcribed upon type writers yet tho as she shoved a poor young bought hk boat for 1150 saying he landlady tirely to tho carelessness of those In postal service has remained unchanged was going to take a trip down tho river man into tho street and handed him a charge of the machine engine carv for half a century -- DO THE PRICES OF- Tho man was dressed in a gray suit and bundle containing only his soiled linen When mail arrives at the post oflice Thoro sir tako that and never dare ingknlfe street car or cow from the wore a light derby hat while hk shoes oxploslon running or stopping of which the names of peoplo to whom lotters show your faco in my proclaimed their newness with a squeak aro addressed are written on a slip of boardlng houso agin This house the accident took place Ho was of middle age about S feet 10 In case of death the sum of 8000 paper and posted on a bullotin board inches tall and wore a light mustache k for decent peoplo as pays thoir bills as lists of uncalled for letters are in as- Â¬ Having concluded hk bargain tho man an youll novor git your trunk until will be paid to the holders heirs but tho United States A merchant or a signs successors or skter-in-lawent away but returned at 4 p m with you pay yours Begone goes every morning to examlno a well dressed woman Tlie latter was Passers by gazed curiously at tho subject to tho following conditions died banker this announcement and if ho finds his The deceased must not have slenderly built about 27 years of age young man as thoso words flew into tho and 5 feet G inches high She wore a ambient air and with hk heart in hk from crawling up the chimney must namo in tho list he hands his card to green cashmere dress with polonaise mouth hk soul pierced with tho iron not havo had hk corns cut for three tho clerk at tho delivery window nnd j And to day I am recognized as the friend of all who want GOOD days before his death used goose quill rccoives what is addressed to him 6kirt trimmed in front with dark green of mkfortune yet hk prido unsubdued My store is crowded daily with custom No postage stamps aro sold but GOODS AT LOW PIUCES tooth picks worn any of the prevail- Â¬ velvet and had on a small black 6traw ho muttered bonnet trimmed with brown ribbon An collars or been thoso who havo letters to mail tako ers who recognize me as the leader in everything I handle and the Tk a long lano that has no turn- Â¬ ing styles of standing them to tho post offlco and pay tho expressman brought to Wrights house I will give you a few samples of our ing the wheol of fortune novor stops addicted to tho careless handling of postage to tho postmaster who sticks DESTROYER OF BIG PRICES two trunks that belonged to the couple ice cream Insured must have taken a and somo day you maybe in my powor one a new mottled zinc trunk the other bath at least seventeen days before hk on tho stamps In all the public places on old but large one They staid at the as I am now in yours death and must have been sitting in and at tho entranco to tho post oflico Begone little house until 0 oclock that night aro mon squatting upon tho pavement Thk was tho landladys only re- Â¬ hk chair with hk hat off and hk shoos with an ink horn and a pad of paper when placing their trunks in the skiff tied the man had bought they bade adieu to sponse and it was uttered in tonos that is It k furthermore agreed that the whose business itthosoto conduct tho Calicoes 5 cents per yard Heavy Brown Cotton 6 cents per y ird the wondering colored people and rowed 3tartled even tho drowsy beetles be whose literary correspondence of Missouri steps and tho police- companys physician shall havo the neath tho stono with tho current down tho Good Red Flannel 20 cents per yard Good antoH Flannel Si cents privilege of examining what k left of attainments aro unequal to the task man at the corner Tho young man river Such odd things aro still to bo seen yard Good Jeans 20 cents per yard 36 Inch Henriettas 25 as often as tho company tho insured Before going they changed their cloth- Â¬ with a powerful effort at solf control at the capital of a nation that subsi- Â¬ cent- - per yard ing tho man donning a lighter suit than choked down hk grief and dragged his desires and shall in every caso havo and tho right to sew the victim up with dizes steamship lines whero railways ho orisdnnllv wore and tho woman weary limbs away all tho often as ho comes apart and supports schools putting on a light colored calico wrapper For weeks ho had paced tho groat blue thread as languages and sciences aro Tho only clew given of their intentions bustling heartless city looking for Womon will bo insured in thk com- Â¬ modern Â¬ was a remark that they were going work Ho had como from a rural pany only against death as they novor taught and has a compulsory education law on its statute books they found a place down the river until village where ho had been a dentists swoar chew tobacco bet on elections When you Ono of the first things that strlkos Beautiful Sidf Bund Dres Patterns at 650 a pattern they liked and then they were going to hoped to find a jump on cable cars when running ride keep house The woman said that the assktant and he had else to shorten rtho tourist is that tho men all wear ex are thr uigh looking over onr immense Mock of Dry Goods it will be could a mule or do any thing night before she had stopped at a hotel place in tho metropolk where ho attend their natural term of life tremely largo hats and tho women no of great benefit to you not to neglect our TREMENDOUS B N opposite the union depot Diligent in- Â¬ earn his living and ultimately hats at all The ordinary sombrero Â¬ Roark in Texas Siftings bequiry among tho hotek in that neighbor- Â¬ a dental college until he should costs fifteon dollars whllo tho more a hood failed to awaken any remembrance come master of his chosen profession handsomely ornamented ones range in Precocity of Infants as Fortunately hk evident distress of a man or woman answering tho de-Â¬ price from twonty fivo to two hundred scription of thoso who went down the ho was turned from tho proud land- Â¬ The Mexican in- Â¬ fifty dollars It would bo ludicrous were it not so attention of a painful to soo how old are the chil- Â¬ and all his surplus in his hat A ladys door attracted the Missouri in a skiff vests - from 2 50 up to 25 00 Â¬ Tho police ore In no way concerned business man in need of a faithful as dren of 1889 While walking tho other servant at the house of a friend oi 3o k Over - -- f C it he- - rrtii 5 00 itp 32 50 about the affair a3 they believe tho fugi Â¬ sktant and tho long lane turned G d S day I was dumb struok In thk wise mino was paid off ono day for tho threo tives were an eloping couple and no Fivo veaKraro supposed to havo Two little boys in round jackets ap months his employer had been ab- Â¬ B3 m up i n H0o steps have been taken for their appre- Â¬ elapsed proached a daintily dressed iituo girl sent Ho got forty two dollars of I2m 3m i i tB hension Kansas City Times Tho onco proud landlady k still at of seven One touohing hk cap to which ho paid thirty five dollars for a proud no tho old stnd but she is her with Chestcrfioldlan grace drew hat and gave seven dollars to his fam- Â¬ A Dlplomatlo ScandaL OTILIX VTOlttLS i MARVELof BEAUTY TJtt more Her onco handsome apartments There was a serious diplomatic scandal are faded and vacant hor table soats forward tho blushing owner of tho ily U K L Allow in mi cv Every ono lives over a shop Tho i tiiI ii ip i other round jacket saying ui jii i i uie uei -- Mii-K at Vienna during tho shahs visit which but herself and an occasional near- Â¬ me Miss Almira to present to you my handsomest house in all Mexico has a has been kept very quiet Tlie Persian never Tho little lady railway licket offico on ono sido of tho minkter to Austria has fallen into peÂ¬ sighted transient her larder purse friend Mr Smith cuniary embarrassment as hk 6alary of full k now empty likowio her recognized Mr Smith after tbo most entrance and a cigar shop on tho yoars 4000 aycar k appropriated by tho grand which In tho halcyon days of five approved adult fashion and I wont on othor And they all smoko women as vizier to whom he has also to send fre ago was always fulL my way a sadder but a wker wom- Â¬ well as mon They smoko in tho Directly opposite are tho handsome an Before I had tlmo to recover from street cars in tho shops at tho opera qucntand costly presents The minis- Â¬ ters creditors at ViOina assembled a few parlors of a rising young dentist and this I heard a boy of six ask a llttlo everywhere I havo olton soon a man iP iii days before the shah arrived and decided on tho window in bold gilt letters is trtrl of tfin Marv1 what do vou think upon his kneos in a chapel muttoring to send a deputation to wait upon the this sign of tho mmy Mary bridling with edi his prayers with a lighted cigar in his grand vizier with their complaint and Havon t hand u fying indignation answered rOINTED 6TEEI accordingly that personago received them From tho top of tho cathedral spire I told you repeatedly sir never to ask and was lianded an immenso pile of the BOARDING HOUSE TEETH Judging from pres- Â¬ you can seo tho entire city and tho me that question minkters unpaid bills The result was A SPEOtsXTT symptoms klt03 hoops dolls and most striking feature of tho viow Is ent that tho shah paid bis representatives Thore Is balls will bo In small roquest in a fow the absence of chimneys debts instead of taking him home for ex- Â¬ --N Y Weekly vears Male babies in the cradle will not a chimney in all Mexico not a Ve Have MadeUnusual Exertfoiis in Onr Boot and Shoe Line ecution Hk majestys liberality k atj thon smoko cigars and female babies All stove nor a grate nor a furnace tributed to the fact that tho minkter at cry for a llttlo husband instead of tho cooking is dono with charcoal in We Intve Mens Boots from 200 up m 800 Boys Boots iiora 100 Vienna owns a largo estate on tho Bos enough it Is the man of will Oddly lump of sugar N Y Ledger Dutch Ovens and while tho gas 13 u pwanl phorus so that he would certainly have Ladies Shoes at all prices and w willsaTO every purchaser who Is most likely to got a sometimos offensive ono soon becomes moiipv ihit wil 5 iye onr Boor and ShnSs a Wtk declined to accompany tho shah back to loose habits ft will pay you Somerville Journal Persia The grand vizier Is raid to have tight Surgeon Parry of tho East Indian used to It Youths Companion told the minkter thathk difficulties were medical department says he saw the The Laily Nest Dosr entirely due to hk own stupidity as it hysuuH Confess jet black hair of a rebel Sepoy turn - Itiy icnud who was quite open to him to mako large li ihmi t Mrs W envied We Iti H n xt dwr gray fn half an hour while ho wa3 trttd u a R Bla w lMoit Biim sums by trafficking in Persiancaaces lieoutiSH sb always sfeml ell ml under examination and half mad with av nUt udmu ir sions titles and decorations so long as he happy Hjtod mrJtelnn vhe vJo INV and Idfu fear never was better in styles and prices at WJ Adair of HnefcHWltheOnU Wood Teheran London remained in favor at 1 How one ot 1 rrcxrd It i aid th dUoiintciiteil woman Truth medicines would lifee to chang plucet wtth Ooraaen Sense XtM HleTeri wrlle IJr A II Ail renortnor a B B rw tjwmble ami lis At last nbc ninde Mie Hcquatnt- - srnuld be ued in attempting to cure npietly her Dr Tnlmoco- r W- - aim to mHfr OTry rnpartmeiit a N tin hi- frfnt -artloo l - Woly In r envy and TINDER or the objt et G f i nic ixTii U UrawfoMtofill imce When tho last tabernoclo was built W Bliwdw ioip--HBD that very dlsoaieeable dteeaBe catarrh wn J fet MinfM u ii test iii ueb aim PCIil V III lis IliliOiUIXJ nAPc LoimniiiiiuDr Talmage was receiving a salary of this ta whajJhe ludy mid lier Happj a imrh nrietnates in iimurlties hi qnleKt et mwlkliie fur rtiewtuvuVn I have WEAR mat in profu ion Blankets blmwl anl reryiH 7000 a year and his plan for the new Of course I am for 1 wj y per r trteJ annIcalIoniJ caU do no We have polite and Mentie clerks- fortA r m allv kept iu a first clas house l CrawfordsvHIe Ga so pretentious that Uealtu ftiy edifice was considered Fanner r wra awlllfmfiMiifrftod The common Eene u Dr S J eticerlBliy raoummend 11 n H We wan to be Kept Ditsy ojon i iieeuuie w cuuu-- muu jnnc I rlim it was feared he could not fill it He en-Â¬ miumowlivvouaie iotliaiPi i u nueJ no method of treatment is to purify the tered into an agreement with the trustees are suflrrlng from functional derMige wat to buy vo ou later Just came Umf ami w w If y dopurpose there Is no bodhtjd for this which was in effect that if ho did not the van if vou like the Mumo Prices made by the Tidal Wave was u icattjr to lenmle succeed in Tilling the tabernacle every mentH I lhal LWtoor lirei ration mperlor to Hoods Ssrsa wKilH ii w H beinonev in vour pocket Dont for bill Dr Pierqts Sunday during the year he would not wmkiieftetw parllln That this peoullar medlolre A nU go a Kir TSS 3S will at any other store The Trial Wave was Favorite Prescripion wired me as It dm 8 cure catarrh is shown by tbo explHoiUHXl claim a cent of salary Ilia success rWlef ami her trrt lmmMRl at holuS so great that the huge edifice was abso Â¬ will you If you irv it Ii w gitanleed manv te timuiiiaW from e pe Who Dimement 1ib boon truly wooOerinl who wUlie Jits A nromlnent DlitHn lutely crowded at very service and his to jrivf HtUfnciloii in fieri a m o found relief in using It wnm all antne not k1vii wy- A rett nt a rairie have salary was raised to flSODO a year price 1 00 returned ypwu Bb otlipr had fti e 1 A book ooutaiulng vrbose case of tertiary fo tvatmetit suiihj t iii 8a m it uiifnii People even 6at in the aisles until the xif cult sent on receipt of cd to ei Wi was entirely cored with about htatementa fire commissioners passed a special reso V He was fairly Dr Pieices Pellets one twelve boitle nf B B lib W Mail Street Bictasfcii Ky lution forbidding thw dangerous prac Â¬ Core headache coubtiutttton and di two cent stamp by C I iiUUJJ mado an of Uln aoa oones ana lernoie j JS 2J 1 mcers 2225 1 Onco a Week Mais Lowell tice geeilon I The Odd Industry a French Woman Has Built Up In New Xork When tho Eobins Nest Again Beems likely to havo a future 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