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tax which it is open to him to escape The effect of tho prac-Â¬ tice is to stimulato competition in schemes to avoid tho large portion of the tax by method indicated or by others positively illicit Discontent is occasioned on the part of those who aro unable to tako advantage of the prac- Â¬ tice as being subject in a dogroe to an unequal taxation while the expense of collecting the tax owing to the larger number of packages and the consequent greater labor of ganging stamping warehousing and reporting them is in- Â¬ creased by the very cause which lessens the amount collected She Can Tell Their Name One of tho most remarkable old ladies in Cobb county is Mrs Olive Hamby the mother of tho well known and high Â¬ ly esteemed namby boys of this county She is now over 73 years old and the mother of nino children six of whom are living She has sixty six grandchil- Â¬ dren and can reach all of them in two houre ride except two who reside in Arkansas She can tell tho names and ago of every child and grandchild giv- Â¬ ing dates with perfect clearness dis- Â¬ playing a memory truly remarkable All of her children and grandchildren have good homes and aro doing well Marietta Ga Journal A Wonderful Do C Wheatly employed in an asy- Â¬ lum at Milledgeville Ga has a wonder- Â¬ it ATTORNEYS E T IiURNAM -A TTORNEYS- nUliiMlO OlUftl nTtfinVCi OTAIW NEWS IN A NUTSHELL A Cablegram or Interesting Itemns da jttCHMOSD I - - I Western Union Telegraph company wfll All Rumorsd Roports soon havo direct cablo connection from New Verified Btr Tork with Great Britain by way of Man Â¬ hattan Beach Coney Island and Cans K 8 MTLLIVAH A And Claims He Is Not Respon Prime Minister Merder of Quebec now at THE GOVERNMENT OVERTHROWN A TTORNET A T LA W Baltimore Kays the subject of annexation to slblo Them KENTUCKY the TJnltod States still agitates the Canadi Â¬ RlCHM SD ans the French residents more than the Dom Pedro Deposed and the Empire a AsTheytTere Committed While Suffering British Ho denies that tho French Cana Â¬ Thing of the Post Brazil la Now a Re Â¬ loffirron First Street snme as formerly oc-IB- Vy I OUHIJ JIHlge UII1C from Spells niilch Were Caused by dians dream of a new France on the banks public With Dodoru de Fongeea as St Lawrence but says simply that III Being Ilnrt Abont the Head by a of the want to President The Old Kmperor and Ills S POWELL they be independent of Great Fall from a Horse Several Tears Ago Britain Family Will Me Protected A TTORNEY A TLA V ITIiy Be Carried two Guns Washington has been made a state London Nov Later dispatches Emil lochnlng a butcher of Baltunora from Rio Janeiro fully confirm the re- Â¬ KENTUCKY Bessemer Wis Nov 13 Holzhay IRICIIMOND 131aok Bart on trial for tho murder ol was so badly beaten by three brothers port of tho revolution in Brazil Tho named Kessling who 3- Banker Fleishbein other named William keep a saloon and an- Â¬ country is in tho throes of a revolution Office on Second Street Wiegroff that ha will not only civil but military With tho and the robbery ol die resignation of tho ministry the last Gogebio age DESTAL SURGERY Th official majority of Botes Democrat props fell Irom nnder Dom Pedros took the stand in for governor of Iowa is 8000 The Democratio victory in Iowaas nxea throne and tho empire is a thing of the A WILKES SMITIJ bis own defense the adoption of tho Australian system of past The going over in n body of the Thursday DEy TAl HUUUUM Conservative faction in tho housa to tho mado a confession voting in that state -- IvENTUCKY The keeper of the morgue in New York Republican made it a possibility and a IRICJ1M3ND Holzhay told the city states four flf ths Offlcc BalMinsMnliiStrreU istory of his life that reach that city dead of the 5000 bodiei certainty the house every year 4 iE to 129 VU IsM la laJU P M v f h Throughout the country tho greatest from tho day of hii are sent there by drunkenness 3- e lTlce limHed lodeinlstry excitement prevails and the news of birth in Germany The new Catholic university In Washing Â¬ tho revolution spread over the entlro C MORGAN D D to that of his arrest ton was dedicated Wednesday now born republic with inconceivable George TV Hillman was hanged at Wood- Â¬ rapidity From every city come words at Republic Mich RICHMOND KENTUCKY He admitted that bury N J Wednesday for killing a peddler of encouragement and approval and Detroit expects to become a great railroad tho spirit o f republicanism has perme Â¬ BouBAT he robbed tho Mil Offl-The prov-Â¬ Mln Street over Madison National waukee and Northern tram six months center in the near future The Lackawanna ated Brazil in its entirety 3- ngo that he held up the Wisconsin line is about to parallel the Michigan CenÂ¬ inces arc a unit in support of the in- Â¬ lBrk Central train nt Cadott Wis a month tral in Canada coming government and in view of the OKEED D D S Representatives of the Hake family of St factthat the military forcoi of the Ian 1 later and that he waylaid the Gogebeo Louis who lay claim to an English estate in are in line with the revolutionists it stage and shut Banker Fleishbein KIRKSYILLE KENTUCKT chancery valued at t45O0OOOO leave for can only ba a movement of peace Was Subject to Spells Tho ex ministry have given np all Holzhay claimed that ha several London next week prepared to prove their hope of a turn being miJe in favor of n Everylhlnc years ago was hurt by a fall from a Identity and secure the estate rttn e tit Klnitell resMence President Harrison has not been photo Â¬ re establishment of the empire and they 47- horse and since that time has been subÂ¬ case wrulnlng t the profession ject to 6pells during flrhich ho did graphed sinoo he entered the White Honso admit that tho prospect point to an es- Â¬ The pictures of him now sold are those tablishment in Jttio do Janeiro of a reÂ¬ not know what ho was doing He said PHYSICIANS ho was nnder this spell when tho taken during his torm as United States publican form of government senator All the cabinet officers have had The coffee growers and exporters various crimes were committed J M POYxNTZ A fellow prisoner of Holzhay named their pictures token except Postmaster GenÂ¬ are unanimous in thair opposition to Burns has been engaged the post eral Wanamaker Pictures of Wanamaker the old government oud oi a result PlySICr AN AND SURGEON month or two in writing a life of tho cannot be obtained for money There is but havo ruised tho prico of green coffoc Kentucky robber and has incorporated into the one negative of him in existence taken nine A Brazilian cabinet hits boon formed Richmond as follows narrative several deeds of daring claim- Â¬ teen years ago There has been no recent outbreak of the President without portfolio Dodoro Offl c Second Street next to Whltes Drag ed to have been committed by Holzhay 3- Brumfleld Runyon feud in West Virginia Fr Da Fonseca while in the western country is Minister of tho interior Aristide In the cross examination Prosecuting but trouble hasexpected at any time Q W EVANS A thief been captured at St Louis Loba Attorney Howell mentioned several ol Minister of foreign affairs Equentin these instances where Holzhay was al Â¬ whose specialty was attending funerals PHI SICIANAND SURGEON where he stole property valued at 6000 Bocavura held Kentucky leged to have to the up several men and An official canvas will bo necessary to de-Â¬ RiiiiMoMJ Minister of finances Dr Barboza asked him as truth or falsity of Minister of justice Campo Salles the stories Holzhay said they were all cide the lieutenant governorship of Iowa The house is a tie and the senate four to sbt Minister of war Benjamin Constant untrue and originated in the brain of 015 e Second Street Republican Minister of marino Admiral Vandur Novelist Burns The American Manufacturer states that 90 holtz In regard to tho holding up of tho per cent of R T J TAYLOR the forge companies of tho Minister of agriculture --Dcmitris Bi Wisconsin Central and Milwaukee and Northern trains Holzhay said he felt country have formed a combination for mu Â¬ bero Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery Senor Bocavura is a journalist Senor spell about the same as at tho tual protection Kentucky the of tho Gogebio stage robbery and Barboza was a member of the chamber time Foreign Tho success of Russia as a colonizer of con-Â¬ of doputi S Senor Constant is a jour-nai- -t did not remember any of the incidents and a professor in tho polytechnic 02 i- - -- Srond Street over Dykes Grocery connected with the affair He stated quered countries is well Illustrated by tho 3- Ke that in all these instances when shoot fact that the Emir of Bokhara has an- Â¬ schooL Gen Da Funscoa held com- Â¬ ing was commenced it appeared to nounced hi intention to send his son and mand of the province of Minas Gare JOHN M FOSTER Ho was recently punished for insubor- Â¬ clear his brain nnd brought him to a heir to St Petersburg to be educated realizatipn of what he was doing caus- Â¬ The Eiffel Tower company has made a dination Pill SICAN AND SURGEON General sympathy with Dom Pedro ing him to take to tho woods afterward final payment of 100 francs per share and reis expressed but nobody believes bis Kentucky to avoid being captured Riihmnp imbursed tho shareholders Henceforth Holzhay did not remember who was shareholders will take half net receipts dur restoration to the throne possible Al- Â¬ C1 - Main Street next door to Unions in tho Gogebio stage did not remember though not a wealthy man as compared ing the twenty years the concession runs npsa residence at our Main and Tales 3- seeingeither Fleischbein or the driver A dispatch from Constantinople says that with many rulers and ex sovereigns of Ijrtk Aiwe and failed to identify tho watch and Count Herbert Bismarck during his recent Europe he has a fortuno sufficient to pocketbook said to nave belonged to visit to that city informed Grand Vlxier enable htm to pass tho remainder of his PHIL ROBERTS Fleischbein He claimed that ho had Keamila Poche that the great powers would days in comfort on the continent and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON never seen Pleischbeins name on tho nnder no circumstances allow Bulgaria to bo his early departure from Rio de Janeiro is looked for Financial confidence in pocketbook until R hmond Kentucky rected to by his attention was di-Â¬ disturbed Brazilian securities seem not to havo The Earl of Mount Cashel is dead it Mr HowelL Office At Wines A Tndors Drue Store one The King of Slam is about to send five been xnuoh shaken by tho turn taken by Why lie Carried Two flans door Hi ItamxeyV earner Offers Ills pro- Attorney Flannigan fins t rated tho Siamese boys to tho United States to bo edu Â¬ affairs in the South American empire J- lew niiJwrt lees to Mae public and tho falling off in prices was much prisoner somewhat when he said cated at his own expense The Constantinople correspondent of The les3 than might hnvo boon expected Holzhay why did yon carry two guns T SEXSMITH M D knowing that you were liable to have London Daily News confirms tho report that Ignoring the Mini ter of Washing ton one of these spells at any tiino and the czar will visit the sultan Washington Nov 18 Not a word of rillSICIANAND SURGEON Mr Gladstones son Henry NevUla Is enshoot somebody When yon felt one of - - - Kentucky these spells coming on why did yon gaged to Maud Rendal daughter of StuartÂ¬ news has reached the secretary of stato Witte Hall or the Brazilian minister from Bio do not leavo these guns somewhere until Rendel member of parliament revolution there At Janeiro about 0T rsiils nrofessinnal ervlces to the jmb- - of ter von recoveredT It is stated that Prince Ferdinand heir to the Brazilian the legation here it is bo 8-li Holzhay appeared somewhat stag- Â¬ the Austrian throne will soon become enÂ¬ lieted that tho revolutionists ore in pos- Â¬ gered by the directness of this question gaged to Princess Margaret daughter of session of tho capital and everything s M LETOQER and he hesitatingly replied car- Â¬ Arcnduke Joseph of use there including tho telegraph ried tho revolvers to protect myself Tho trial of sixty five persons who ore Consequently only revolutionist news is PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON from wild animals in the woods and charged with having swindled Austrian and expecte 1 but the Monarchists are ex Â¬ Kentucky not like to leave them anywhere as R iiMONO Hungarian emigrants to America has begun pected to ba heard from in a few days might not find them again at Wadowice Austria by way of Pemambuco or Para The la it necessary for a man to carry Brazilian diplomats hero expect that Crimes and Caanltles V Smith Itatldtoc Main StreeL 28- two revolvers to protect himself in the At Trinidad Col it fa reported that the provinces rill stand by tho em- Â¬ woods of this country twenty cowboys are missing since tho lata peror and that the revolutionists will W BRIGHT liL D Yes sir said Holzhay think it blizzard not be strong enough to capture theso is Manhattan Kan haa a missing county cities PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON This satisfy From a gentleman intimately ac Â¬ Kentucky ecuting reply seemed toHolzhay tho pros Â¬ treasurer James Fbrtmer and a safe which Ruiimond attomoy as was re-Â¬ cant bo opened from which 30000 is sup quainted with Brazilian politics it is learned that tho revolution in Brazil is In Smith BalkUnc on Main Street moved from the stand and shortly after posed to be missing Spe a attention elven to microneeplenl and removed to the jaiL Holzhay s examina Â¬ A boat containing four boys capsized en purely military and only formidable e c n c l r xam I nations of tissues and Hulds tion lasted abont two hours Holzhay from tho lack of troops outside of Bio 3- cttie human body was the only witness called for tho de- Â¬ the Monongahela river at Pittsburg Mon- - to bring against tho revolutionists Two of them named Williams and fense and when he had concluded the day Roberts aged about 15 years each were The force in Bio is about 6000 There R t S HOLTON def enso rested are not mora than 10003 in addition drowned Homeopathic Physician cud Sargeon Rev C A Ross of Lockeford Cal and they are scatterol nil over the em- Â¬ THE MORMON OATH killed his wifo his son and himself No pire Kentucky RritM0ND It Compels Opposition to the United cause Gen Fonseca who is at the head of Hpnrs SX0 tn GTce over D M Bright States L vri Under Penalty of At Walton Ky Mrs Kearns saw bee the revolution was accused of insubor Â¬ p m Special liIaM 20 lo 4JU0of women and attention S Lake Grrr Utah Nov Death 15 baby sitting on tho railroad a few yards dination last July and tho minister of all diffl I icn to dieases cnlclronlccaNeK Patient treated at adls-U- the preparation for the comin g munici- Â¬ from the on rushing express The mother-- war proposed to lwre him co ami Huineapathlc medicines tent to pal election many applications but tho emperor forbade If for love chose death for herself and life for tho 8 aiiyaJlrew ltio ore of ouo mind naturalization iiav e been maao Hero ro-- child and instantly she flung the little the whole force in high centh Objection is being made to tho one to safety and was fatally injured her-Â¬ things can be carriediswith a meet hand JjllS JENNINGS GIBSON The parliament to next admission of persons accepting faith in self Wednesday and many of the senators Eighteen men were arrested in TTerig-polygamy and adhering to other Mor Â¬ Pbyjiclans and Surgeons and deputies are already in the city If mon tenets and Thursday was set by tho 13th Inst for murder During the Paris exposition fully a dozen they agree to recognize tho now govern- Â¬ Kentucky the court to hear the question At Â¬ Richmond abdication may bo torneys for the Liberals asserted that men lost their lives in tho Eiffel tower ele-Â¬ ment Dom Pedros do they will no such acci looked for who oaths in the Rices 0ce Main street over Wallace A 51 00 no Mormon househod takonbe a good cit- Â¬ vator but in madeinstance havegreat manyÂ¬ have to go toIf As thonot they jaiL revolutionists dents been public A lioe more endowment could cable definite news may not workmen were killed during the construc-Â¬ control the izen and testimony was ordered regard tion of the tower and these tragedies were be received for soveral days E AULTZ ing the nature of these oaths The revolution comes as a great sur- Â¬ Bond swore he went through also kept from the public Offif S Burnnras Building TYisconsins Noted Highwayman First Confesses His Crimes Various Subjects Especially Prepared for the nasty Header m for learn of tho revolution in Brazil and states that when he Bailed Oct 27 thero was no sign of any disturbance in tho politics ot the coantty Ordered to Leave the Country Lisbon Nov 18 -- The Operato Com Annual Roport of Commis- Â¬ merico Do Porto has a cablegram from sioner Mason Bio do Janeiro stating that tho former prime minister has been ordered to leave tho country and will sail immedi Â¬ RECEIPTS OF THE GOVERNMENT ately Oar Internal Revenue THE PALUCE 1 NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE 1 la 8t mil and Brazilian Flags Made In Tarls London Nov 18 The Daily News special from Pans says The Bepub lican council at Bio do Janeiro some time ago ordered a number of Repub- Â¬ lican nogs mode in this city Tha ban Â¬ ners were tha samn us tlm fnrmnr Urn zilian Hag except that the imperial crown was replaced by the Phrygian -- iTiu cutM iiu uuo u no caused leading to the revolution was the se- Vftntvnf till mnttrua Mimfl in the government to secure victory in tho last ulfiOtiona mntiv nonnln tinrp nv rested and imprisoned on --riding pretexts --- I Offler--Smit- V J 3 rol c- JW pil MD -- RinD JIt 1R JU I I Jl I Mall Train Wrecked The limited Prrrsntmo Nov 18 mail train No 13 from tho east on tho Pennsylvania railway duo in Pittsburg at 820 p m was wrecked nt Bessomer ten miles east of here at 8 oclock En Â¬ gineer A IL Butler of this city had a leg broken and wai badly cut out will recover John Good the fireman is injured internally and not expected to live Tho wreck was caused by a land- Â¬ slide which threw the engine on its bide into n ditch The first baggage car was thrown on top of tho locomo- Â¬ tive Tho train was running slowlv at the time Had the engine fallen on tho right instead of the left side the en tiro train with its 200 passengers would have been hurled down an embankment one hundred feet high An Unknown Man Killed St Louis Nov 18 An unknown man of about 50 years and of a dilapi d ited condition went into tho saloon of Joseph H Schwarzendahl comer Ninth and Morgan streets Sunday afternoon and ordered soveral beers After drink- Â¬ ing them he refused to pay Schwnrzen dahl pushed him out of the place and after a wordy altercation with him on the sidewalk struck him in tho face with his fist knocking him in tho gut- Â¬ ter When picked up the old man was found to bo dead tho back of his skull being fractured from the falL Schwar- Â¬ zendahl was arrested A Midnight Tragedy Lincoln Neb Nov 18 A Journal West Point Neb says A midnight tragedy occurred at this place early Sunday morning Manrico Furman a night watchman while attempting to make an arrest in a saloon was set upon by Carl Schwenk tho proprietor Fnr man ordered him to keep nway Ho did not heed the warning and the offr r fired Tho bullet entered Schwcnks temple killing him instantly A by-Â¬ stander was seriously wounded by stray shots from tho watchmans revoher Furman was arrested Shot for Itubo Burrows BrnMTSOHAM Ala i nov 18 A man who was being pursued on tho supposi Â¬ tion that he was Bubo Barrows tho train robber was shot and killed in Marshall county eighty miles north of here yesterday morning Dr A Scott a resident of that locality did the shoot- Â¬ ing He livol only n few moments but You think you havo killed exclaimed Bubo Burrows but you are wrong my No scrap of paper or name is Smith other articlo by which he could he iden- Â¬ tified was found on the body Freight Train Collide York Pa Nov 18 Two soctions of on Empire lino freight train collided last night on the Northern Central rail way at Middletown Ferry smashing fivp cars of each soction and tho engine of tho rear section Five cars took tiro nnd were burned E W Lache of Baltimore brakenrctl of tho forward soc Â¬ tion was killed and Adam Affold en- Â¬ gineer of the rear section seriously in Â¬ jured Tho fireman was slightly inÂ¬ They Will Amount to Over Five Million Dollars More Than the Estimate of Last Year Some Valuable Statistics Abont Distilled Spirits WAsmxoTOJt Nov 18 The annual report of Commissioner of Internal Bov cnuo Mason covering tho operations of tho bureau for tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 Is83 has been made public The report shows that the internal rev Â¬ enue receipts from all souioss during tho year were 130801431 or 8o8j1 431 more than tho estimate in the last annual report from the bureau and it is estimated that receipts during tho 135 current fiscal year will reach 000000 Q HEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS Are had to suit Hie Queens taste But a Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ rn -r alt In it X John the endowment house in 180S and was required to take an obligation which Kentucky compelled him to obey every doctrine Office ant w Main Street Bomam of the church especially in opposition J8- Uciiaut Building ep sUlrs to the United States nnder penalty of bis life He was also required to take oath to avenge the blood of Joseph m Smith on this nation and to teach this Plintlsjr Gas os4 Stcaa Pitting to his children and childrens children to the last generation Martin B Wordwell took a similar urap Repalrlnt a SpecUIty AH about the some time Ho klnil pumps kept at Gas Works oath told that if he revealed any said he secrets was iliclitnmil Leave ner at Bonanza his throat would be cut and his bowels Mill nr V G Whites Drug Store would bo torn out He saw the death 50 49 penalty enforced on a man named Green a number of years ago and when some of the band murmured John W Young said that if they did not shut up they would bo served the PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON Richmond Mccarty Personal Henderson Cannon and Burrows candi Â¬ dates for speakership are already in Wash Â¬ ington and Reed and McKlnley will be there this Tree k Mrs Stone rail Jackson is writing a bi- Â¬ ography of her husband Calvin S Brice has formerly announced his candidacy for theTUnited States senator ship CKAPSEYBR0WN 6 Wigoins Block ArctLitoots Cincinnati O bieriiig Wiuchester and Owingaville 65 Can refer tn buililincs aticcesafully Mft iMl in Iticlimnnii Mavsville Ml TURKEYSWANTED Turkey Pens here about November and win want twenty liiou rind lurke at lIjjheat market price He a liberal buyer Save your turkeys l Mr George W Judy representing Oiima Brent Pari Ky will open for Iilm 18 25 JT tSS l2SL2 Jfj SiJon debilitated and orenrofked Favorite PreacripUon it an restorative tonic It Is a potent SIS1 Jt toose Chronic Weaknesses and peculiar to Women a powerful en- e1 uterine tonio and Dcrvine it Wmen kNV - u v own trZvbl010 mwow weak back nervous pre It iTZtz7f y na neeplcssness la eitber sex ih2fuU7conPnfed by an experienced WjacUn and adapted to womans deMcata yrcakwlaanr Purelr vegetable and perfectly condition of the frstcs to the only mcdldne for women sold br drasirteta HBQcr b poviive soar action In eTery case or price rElSr gjf refunded Tnlj guarantee feas been WtateJ on the bottle wrapper and lalthluHy out for many yeant XeJUi 1rJf Blmsrated Treatise on Dteeaees of 2e2J Vf- - 1ta u HreeOB treatenentj aeBd tea eeota la atampefor AMreas Worlds DisnstsABr MsstcAti 25 24 Uon aaoles3JUlaSteeetaaloSf Y CoL Goodloes widow will be an applicant for the position of collector of the Seventh Kentucky district James D Reid who has been appointed United States consul at Dunfermline is commonly called the Father of the Tele-Â¬ He personally handled the first graph presidents message ever sent across the Al leghanles by wire The Fire Record same The extensive paper works at Nicder Andrew Cahoon swore to tho same obligations and said that he took an schlema Germany have been destroyed bjt oath that the highest allegiance was to fire Marsh fires are doing much damage in the Morman church polygamy was the command of God and all must indorse Fond du Lac county Wis it or be damned The general teaching Sporting Sparks of the church is in hostility to the laws Latham of the St Louis club has been of the land Cahoon had heard leaders conditionally released in favor of Cincinnati of the church pray for the overthrow of Cincinnati and Brooklyn have gone into the United States government It is tho League common for Wilford Woodrnff tho The Death Koll present head of tho church to do this CoL Alfred Rhett son of tho late Senator All the witnesses spoke of the mur- Â¬ ders they had either seen or heard of in R Barnwell Rhett of SouthCO Carolina died consequence of these oaths Tho hear- Â¬ at Charleston Tuesday aged years ing was cnthTuedFrida- labor Xotes Five thousand miner in the Monongahela Went to the Woods With a Dottle valley will strike for an advance of one half WinxEsnABBE Nov 18 On rent per bushel in the price of mining Pa Thursday night Margarot the wife of Tfew Comet Discovered Patrick Cannon of thin city while on a spree procured a tle of whisky and N X Nov 18 BocnESTEB Dr wandered into tho mountains back of Lewis Swift director of the Warner ob- Â¬ the town Sunday morning her body servatory discovered last evening a was found in the woods She had dis- Â¬ suspected telescopio comet which ho robed thinking she wai nt home and afterwards verified by motion It is in had frozen to death Persons living a field with XI Pejasi right ascension 23 short distance from whero the body was hours 42 minutes 25 seconds declina- Â¬ found had heard her mjjns bat were tion north 11 degrees 50 minutes It is unable to locate them very faint without nucleus or tail and has a slow motion northeast This Murderer Arrested makes six comets now visible New Obleans Nov 18 Tho Times A Strange Coincidence Democrats Lexing on Miss special New OuXlCaks Nov 18 l7ire yester Â¬ says Eugene Story has been arrested there for the murder of P B Kloin day destroyed all tho buildings on thoÂ¬ lelderon Wednesday at Tehla The square bounded by St Andrew FrankÂ¬ murderis dejeribdd as having been a lin Liberty and Josephine streets ex Kleinfelder being cept the German Lutheran church cold blooded one VU000 Loss 30000 shot while traveling through a plantaÂ¬ years ago an insurance similar fireTen oc- Â¬ exactly tion alone and unarmed curred the little church alone being spared Tire Victim of tho Snowitorm Tiboqua Kan Nov 18 Two men Jeff Davis ot Seriously III came in yesterday from the Kenyon New Okleaks La Nov 18 Jeffer- Â¬ ranch situated on tho Neutral Strip son Davis arrived here Sunday on tho foi five ooffins in which to bury tuo steamer Leathers Ho remained in hi3 bodies of tho Penn family consisting of state room where he was visited by his father mother and three children who physician Dr ChaQle After making perished In the terrible blizzard which a careful examination of his patient Dr raged tferoaghoat the west two weeks Chaille said that there was no cso for ago alarm prise No financial troubles exist Tho August elections were peaceful Tho Liberal cabinet proposes popular meas-Â¬ ures and the emperor is universally liked The coup d main may affect tho status of the Brazilian delegates to tho Pan American congress The important question in this revo Â¬ lution said Senor da Costs of tho Brazilian legation to a reporter is where tho navy stands It is a most unfortunate thing that this should havo happened when the two men who aro tho controlling power in the navy aro here at Washington attending the ma- Â¬ rine conference One could have put down any rebellion that could arise If Capt Da Gama or Capt Maurity were in Brazil cither coullput down the revolution in one hour They aro both friends of tho government and personal friends of tho emperor It is most nnfortnnato that these two strongest men in the navy should be away from home at this time but there has been no possible reason to ex-Â¬ pect such a thing to happen am at a loss to understand it The importation of Brazilian coffee into the United States amounts to Sl50 man-of-w- I 000000rnbber ltJ00u000sagar G0 00000 nnd hides 30000000 Half tho coffee- consumed in ths United - States come from Brazil thirteen-six-teenth- s of tho rubber one tenth of tho sugar and a small percentage of the hides used here comes from there News Direct from Bio Janeiro Hio Jektiso Nov 18 - The emporor Ho was notified has sailed for Lisbon by the provisional government of his deposition and informed that his civil list would bo continued He was treated with the utmost courtesy Bahia opposes the new regime brt most of the other provinces recognizo the new minister of finance announces that all contracts made by the lato imperial government ment a standstill The city is tranquil the republic Dr Barboza will bo maintained by tho new govern Â¬ bat business is at Portugal Sympathises Bbusszuj Nor 18 The Lisbon cor Â¬ respondent of Tho Independence Belgo telegraphs that in Portugueso official circles tho overthrow of the empire in Brazil is regarded as final The royal family of Portugal fool a special sym Â¬ pathy with the deposed imperial family of Brazil not alone on account of fam ly relationship but because similar events are not regarded as impossible in Portugal A Sea Captain Sarprlod NewTobk Nov IS The steamship Plato arrived yesterday from Bio tie -fn was surprised to Janeiro Her ceding year from fermented liquors 23723833 or 309610 more than durÂ¬ ing tho preceding year from tobacco in its various forms 31850800 an in Â¬ crease of 1201428 over the preceding 891217 year from oleomargarine against 801139 during the preceding year and from miscellaneous sources 97284 or 72835 less than during the preceding year The percentage of the cost of collecting this revenuo wa3 a fraction less than 33 nor cent whioll is exactly the same as the percentage of cost for tho preceding fiscal year The report embraces tho following statistics relating to tho production of spirits throughout tho country Tho whole number of grain distilleries regis- Â¬ tered during the fiscal year was 1 ilO of which number li07 wern operated an increase during tho year of 140 in tho number of registered and of 238 in the number operated Tho larger in- Â¬ crease both in tho number registered and in tho number operated occurred in the clns3 of distilleries having the smaller capacities for tho production of spirits thero having been an increase of 142 in the number of distilleries of this class registered and of 170 in tho number operated In the class of larger distilleries there was a decrease of two in the number registered but there was an increaso of sixty eight in tho number operated Thero wero 3 12i fruit distilleries regis- Â¬ tered nnd 307 operated an increaso of 42 in the number registered and of 405 in the number operated during tho fiscal year The total number of grain molasses and fruit distilleries registered and operated during the year aro 4570 and 4 3 19 respecth ely Twenty million nino hundred and ninety thousand nino hundred and twenty four bushels of grain were used in the production of spirits during tho J ear an increase of 4808415 bushols ever the amount used in the preceding year and o53G0 bushols less than tho average for the last ten years Eighty seven million eight hundred nnd eighty seven thousand and fifty six gallons of spirits were produced from grain during tho year an increase of 19499290 gallons over the production of tho preceding year and 4 10 1150 gallons more than tho average- produc Â¬ tion for the last ten years The following figures show tho stock on hand production and movement of distilled spirits during the past year Actual 01003018 gallons Produced during fiscal year 89358510 gallons Total 150391o28 gallons Withdrawn tax paid during fiscal year 75901735 Withdrawn for exportation 2590235 gallons Withdrawn for scientific pur Â¬ poses dostroved by flro loss by leak- Â¬ age etc 3387483 gallons Total 81 89458 gallons Bcmninihg in ware Â¬ houses at end of fiscal year 68512070 gallons Tho commissioner estimates the jured quantity of distilled spirits in tho United States exoept what may have Whetting for Pounm been in customs bonded warehouses Some people have a prejudice for such on Oct 1 thi3 year at 102GT4982 gal- Â¬ feasts as possum suppers but those who lons this quantity being distributed as in distillery and special have tho weakness aro almost fanatical follows bonded warehouses 02 074200 in hands in their taste liquor dealers 1525538 Just here it is well to recall tho con- Â¬ of wholcsalo gallons in hands of retail liquor deal Â¬ versation that occurred betwet n two ers 247 0000 gallons darkeys who wero fellow travelers in a During the year 450 illicit stills wero certain direction seized and 230 persons connected with One had asked the other what he con- Â¬ them wero arrested The report fur Â¬ sidered the finest dish ho had ever eaten nishes tho following statistics relating With duo promptitude ho replied and to tho production of tobacco snuft cigars and cigarettes during the mentioned everything that was suggested Total production of tobacco and year snuff Â¬ to his mind But his appetite was evi for the year 235147279 pounds an in- Â¬ dently not aroused as liis companion crease of 12280450 pounds over tho afterwards found out preceding fiscal year Production of After relating or stating everything cigars and cheroots 3809034903 of tempting that occurred to him his com- Â¬ cigarettes 2393193110 or a total pro-Â¬ duct of cigars cheroots and cigarettes panion said amounting to G2672S0075 in number Well de finest thing I over eat was Lagainat 5883055175 during the pro- possum Jcs get a big fat juicy pos-Â¬ ceuing nscai year sum bake him till de grease runs all A statement is included in tho com- Â¬ over the plate let him bo good dono and missioners report showing the number brown den havo taters packed up all of cigars and cigarettes manufactured in tho different states during tho calen- Â¬ round him baked well in do grease Tho other one couldnt stand it any dar year 1838 from which it appears longer Stopping his companion just nt that New York leads tho list both as a cigar and cignretto manufacturing stato this point he said having produced during that year 1103 Look here nigger if you dont quit 404 C01 cigars and 900 998780 cigarettes talkin bout dat Im gwino ter fall ofTn Pennsylvania comes second as a cigar dis mule right here manufacturing stato having produced Tills indicates how irresistiblo tho pos-Â¬ 044711608 cigars but only 19100 cigar Â¬ sum is when properly baked and served ettes Ohio stands third in cigar manufac and no one is to bo censured for having a highly cultivated tasto for this rich ture having produced 294871159 North Carolina stands second in cigar meat Albany Ga News otto manufacture having producol 501 542030 Virginia fourth 5J08i2000 and The Mnle Voted Maryland fifth 143017140 An ex school teacher tells a story which Commissioner Mason recommends is tho truth tho wholo truth and noth- Â¬ legislation which will remove the op-Â¬ ing but tho truth Wo will endeavor to portunity for evading tho law taxing give tho details of how tho mulo voted lractional parts of a gallon of dis- Â¬ as near in his own languago as possible tilled spirits Asa matter of conveni- Â¬ ho cays in the computation It was customary said he for tho ence tax provision was made for tax- Â¬ of tho teachers in tho district to be excused ing only oven gallons tho fractions from road duty by a veto of tho hands either being dropped or treated as a present Somo of tho boys in tho neigh- Â¬ whole gallon as above stated This was borhood concluded that they would liko done doubtless upon the considera- Â¬ to soo mo 6wing a pick and throw dirt tion also that the sum of the fractions with a shovel On the morning in ques- Â¬ dropped and that of the fractions added would tion one of the hands who had been eu to mako a full gallon quito tho on an average be nearly samo poenacd was away on a frolic and had and so neither gainor nor loss would re Â¬ permission to send his mulo as a substi- Â¬ sult from this method cither to the tax tute The bos3 called tho boys together payer or to tho government and asked them to voto on my case astq It has not however so happened The distiller is qui n at liberty to uso whether or not to excuso me Well tha voto was taken and it was packages of any size not below ten gal Â¬ lons capacity which he may chooso a tie One of my friends made thopolnt that and to draw off his spirits at any rate or strength of proof which may suit his the mule was a substitute for a hand and pnrposo It is therefore perfectly feas Â¬ thereforo had tho right of suffrage The ible for him to so fill his packages as to boss decided that it had and had all the constantly contain a large and often boys to form a lino in tho middle of the the largest possible untaxed fraction a road with the mule in the gang Then ta rable fraction occurring only by somo mischance he proclaimed This course has been pursued All that are in favor of excusing tho many years with great success for es Â¬ teacher will step off to tho right of the pecially by the large distillers who ara road and all opposed to tho left producers of alcohols and pure spirits Well to tho chagrin of tho boys that and do not keop their product for any wanted me to work tho mulo took to tho considerable length of time in distillerr right Tho vote then stood ono in my wamhouse Spirits of the kinds which commonly lie xn warehouse for long favor Atlanta Constitution periods change both in volume and proof owing to natural causes so that upon The Sweet rotate withdrawal from warehouse the fractions The latest invention in cheap mouth occur naturally above or below the half instruments comes from Austria and is in accordance with the expectation of generally called tho sweet potato the statute Bat tho larger portion of though its right namii is tho ocarina It tho spirit product ol the country is is mado of clay and exactly resembles a usually of the kind not requiring to lip sweet potato in shape It is a kind of in bond and in respect of which tho combination of tho flute and clarinet portion of a gallon untaxed is a con- Â¬ stant and but is of course very much shorter The producers never omitted gain to the ocarina is made in every key and be Tho advantage derived in this way played without difficulty being probably and in tho ordinary course of business tho easiest learned musical instrument not being sufficient to satisfy many dis- Â¬ ever invented It Is xery clear in its tillers it is sought to bo increased by tone and answers well for experiments warehousing their spirits in half barrels with the phonograph Interview in Bt and smaller packages instead of in bar-Â¬ rels tho fraetion of a paoof gallon Louis Globs DeewcraU gained beingtha doubled or even The revenuo from spirits during thd past fiscal year aggregated 74312200 unincrcaso of j00u03J ovor the pro L essary to buy them te THE PALACE QUOTES PRICES THAT- - H ful dog Ho sends him on errands to any ono about the institution or to al- Â¬ most any place tho dog having learned the places by name and obeying every instruction He can count spell and invariably before retiring for the night kneels by tho side of Mr Wheatlys bed and says his prayers Ho can climb a ladder from the under side placed at an anglo of 30 degrees and performs a number of tricks that require more men- Â¬ tal strength than is usually found in the canine family Chicago Times Thoughtless but Unkind Cant Be Considered High I IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE some of tho marked characteristics of a I heard a gentleman say that you had Mr Smythe said a young woman poet Ah Tm glad to know that my little efforts In verso are appreciated Yes ho seems to His mind seems to run on poets It was only yester- Â¬ day that ho said he thought most of them wero moro or less wrong men- Â¬ tally Merchant Traveler Not liaised to Worlc Our postmaster CoL Hardeman hav Â¬ ing to employ d charwoman about the new United States postofficc singled out a colored lady and offered her tho place Sho declined it for the reason that there was too much work for 20 per month What said tho colonel you could not make tho half of it at anything else Why at tho north a woman will scrub tho floor all day through tho month for Yes answered tho lady of color 810 but dem Yankees is raised to work and wo isnt Macon Ga Telegraph o pq LOWEST POSSIBLE en Us li Jails Id Suit Every M THE PALACE HAS A BIG LINE OF Review promises a future article on What to Do When Stung by a Hornet Wo dont believe any ono will wait with bated breath for that article We havo all been there Tho thing to do is to jump two feet high and yell for tho police Detroit Free Press American Preference In Travel Somebody has said that if a cannon were devised which would firo a load of passengers from New York to Chicago in ten minutes and land four loads out of five successfully tho fact of the fifth load being pretty regularly smashed would not deter tho bulk of tho traffic from going that way if the prico wero not too high Railway Ace The silver vaults of the United States treasury are in a bad condition from damp cess We Are All Posted Tho last issue of Tho Medical BOOTS AHD SHOES O for which it has no room and they must go HATS AT YOUR OWN PRIGE RODBSDALB THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW OX THE MARKET NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS Rain partly as snow no change In tem-Â¬ perature brisk northeasterly winds becom Â¬ ing variable Weather Indications PRICES CURRENT Review or the Money Stocks and Cattle Quotations for Nov 10 Wall Street New York Money on call was easy at 5 to 6 per cent Currency-sixes 11K bid fours coupon 127 bid do 105 bid The stock market Was active and strong this morning and prices advanced with little or no interruption throughout Rock Island Delaware and Hudson Fort Worth and Den- Â¬ ver Chicago Gas and Union Pacific were special features of the dealings and led the upward movement Tennessee coal was also actively dealt in and at one time showed an advance of 2 percent but subsequently reAmong the Trusts cotton oil was acted the feature It was active and feverish It opened at 20 against 30 last evening adÂ¬ vanced to 3Qi4 and then declined to 29 Tho bank statement showed on increaso in the re-Â¬ serves of 1310725 and helped to strengthen the market The closing prices for the rail- Â¬ road list were generally the best of the day The advance ranged from to 2 per cent The sales for tho day amounted to 177054 shares Atchison 34V Mich Cent 97 U U Cy 107tf K Y Cent 105K 4 Piortnwestern 113 DeL Hudsonl50K Ohio Miss 23JT 142 Pacific Mail 33 28V Rock Island Erie 100 103j Lake Shore 71 St Paul 87 N L Western Union 84 wenty Six Lots 50x25Q Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance is install- rnents of 150 ou Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WhheSeere L Corporation who will receipt for the money tary of the Richmond B No interest will be charged on the purchae money until after the expiration of 14 mouths from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged ou the pur- Â¬ chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay for a good lot nt a smalt price on easy terms without interest and free nt cky tax Any young roan in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots ami pay for K without feeling the burden In the very near future this property wilt be wotUi much more than it is now selling at The city is rapid I v extending in that di- Â¬ rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further Inhirmatton eall ou W G White E W Wiaaiss or Stephen D Pakiusii Richmoud Ky 48- - THE BEAUTIFUL ORIENT a uuUi DLW -- a oo - y combing 24325c fleece washed fine merino X and XX 3320c medium clothing S0 31c delaino fleece 3031c Hay New samples offered at 7001Q50 old common to choice timothy sells at fS00 1200 per ton prairie brings 700850 Cobs 303lc Wool Unwashed fine merino 18ffll9c bIood combmg 2321c medium delaino and clothing2423c braid 18atemcdium Wheat 7778a Cincinnati straw Cattle Good to choice butchers 300 850 fair 200275 common L40175 stockers and feeders 200300 Hogs Selected butchers and heavy ship Â¬ ping 380385 fair to good packing 370 3380 common and rough packing 300 3G5 fair to good light 703S0 pigs SmtEr--4522534-75 f500ttca h Lambs 350573 Chicago 370390 a5 heavy Extra beeves Cattle 280 stockers and feeders Beeep--4275500 Hoos Light 3C3305 mixed 3G5 IS 1S Mifep THOMAS B AYItES 3A JHCUt 300450 Lambs cows bulls and mixed 450490 L7528U steers L25 450575 No New York 1 cember 83Wc Cobs Mixed 43Kc Oats No 3 mixed 28c Wheat red winter 8Gc 23c De- December fn SG5 cows fair L50ai5a Hoas Selactod Cattle Prime S4l0g4S3 good 320 280330 bolls Stags and fat Flttbarg G O TO ZPOZFIES- Carpenters Work - He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them Prime S48050Qfair to good lambs 84303300 common 40O Philadelphia 400410 Sheet 4U0 i Yorkers 385 L9i50 Wheat Csh SScDeeembarSSKc Toledo I am prepared to do all kluds of uarpeniers worK la nrst cmre style Speckl atteattea paid lathes A In estimates furnished fn hrt and exchange of Reel Ktate and to th Hotfce H TYLER BAXrBK 22- c8ketioiofattkift4cQfttccounts 47 6 Real Estate and General Collecting Agency f If wpv fcfljJJJf1 J r THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON NO MILLIONAIRE FOR SENATOR A LIVELY TIME Â¬ CONCERNING CW Â¬ FARMERS -- Editor ber of the Cincinnati Enquirer rUBUSHEB SVEKY WEDNESDAT BY The Climax Printing PJUCE Go Wh G White Cuas S Poweix PER YEAR 20 150 18S9 WEDNESDAY NOV Democratic Ticket HOK COUNTY JUDGE JOHN C CHENAULT POK COUNTY CKEHK L W HILL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J A SULLIVAN FOR SHBIUFF J W HALES FOR JAILBR In conversation with a Courier Journal representative last Wedtorial staff and who stumped the Stat this fall with Mr Oamnbell nesday Gov McCreary said I expect a warm seoslon of Ongrew thus advises the Democrats of at the coining term The next House Ohio Let me implore you not of Representatives will consist of 161 to vote for a millionaire for UnitDemocrats and 109 Republicans which ed States Senator Dont do it as you see leaves Dont vote for Col Brice or John a majority of only the Republicans a three more than a McLean or Thomas The moment quorum in the event the Democrats you send a millionaire to the Unit- Â¬ refuse lo vote with them But I be- Â¬ ed States Senate from Ohio that lieve the Republicans will be tamed moment you beat the Democratic down a little by the result of the last party for ten years to come The election After President Harrisons Senatorship is for sale Its for election they were very arrogant and sale but there is something that is dictatorial and inclined to have everynot for sale and that is public thing their own way But I think sentiment Dont sell the Sena- their eyes are now opened and they torship this lime Dont let any will be a little more reasonable Governor how do you account for man buy it I want to say if you asked send a millionaire to the United the recent Democratic gains States Senate 1 will take the the Courier Journal man Simply because the Republicans stump against the Democratic party and try to defeat it and I are disappointed with the Administra- Â¬ am as good a Democrat as ever tion Local causes may have had some ellect in places but the truth is lived edi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Allen O Myers who is a mem- Williams of Independence Â¬ TWO FIRST LIEXS EACII PRIOR TO AtT nrupn ntsiin tTinvu nivpv II BY TIIE R N RAILROAD I la the breeder of the stallions Axtell I FURNISHING GOODS THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE ESTHETIC COULD ASK FOR We OUR ODD PANTS WE HAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE AND and Allerton was a telegraph operator six years ago at SCO a month A relative left him 7000 and he determined to go into dairying He required two road horses aud bought a couple of mares by Mambrluo Boy for S200 each These he afterward sent to Kentucky to be bred to William L and Jay Bird both by George Wilkes al 50 a mare The result was Axtell and Allerton the former of which has been sold for 105 000 while the latter is priced at 50000 Sec 6 Said Company agrees that it will furnish sufficient cars to transÂ¬ JOHN F WAGERS FOR ASSKSSOR LEXINGTON COLLKCTURSIHP JOEL TEM BR Y PeKSOIHIUNTENDBNT SCHOOLS MRS A T MILLION FOR SURVEYOR J A G WILLIAMSON FOR OORONRR B DUD MILLER Ekclion First Monday in August JS90 The ofllciRl count makes Cincin nati 7252 Democratic Gibson Ta3lor has assumed edi- Â¬ There are already a number of aspirants to the Colleclorship made vacant by the death of Colonel Goodloe Mrs Goodloe wants the appointment E R Blaine who was chief assistant under Colonel Goodloe and is a cousin of J G Blaine wants to step higher up A number of others have been named for the place among them Judge W H Sneed of Frankfort Capt Morris Hutch ens of Maysville George Denny Maj Jno S Clark D G Falconer R P Stoll Slaughter Bassett all of Lexington S D Pinkerton of Â¬ the people are becoming moraenlight ened on the subject of taxation They see that the Government is collecting more taxes than is necessary to carry on aflairs aud that a useless surplus is accumulating iu the United States Treasury that ought to be in circula- Â¬ tion Then too President Harrison has done nothing to make bis Admin- Â¬ istration strong and prominent men of his own party admit it is a failure It looses too in comparison with President Clevelands honest clean and healthy Administration which grows stronger the further we get away from it which Is the highest test to which It could be submitted I believe continued the Governor that the Democrats will be successful in 1892 If J individually had the power 1 would select Graver Cleveland as the next Presideut because he is honest capable and has the courage to express aud carry out his convictions But at the same time I will favor the moat available man let him be who he may Just so lie is honpst and capable he will get my hparty support THE CONSTITUTION Woodford Â¬ torial control of the Winchester Sun Calvin S Brice has formally an nounced his candidacy for the United States Senatorship to suc- Â¬ ceed Senator H B Payne of Ohio Â¬ The majority for Lanpson the Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Ohio has dwin dled down to twenty two and may be still further reduced after the canvassing board gets through with the returns though this is not probable Â¬ Â¬ Getting jealous old Rowan has come to the front again with an enlarged Tolliver gang Bud Tolli ver being commander-in-chie- f lie has started a saloon and says his army is his license Some exciting holiday matinees are promised up in old Rowan Â¬ m The Republican majority in the Iowa Legtslatnje is so small that it k possible that the Republican B A Clayton was two weeks opponents of Senator Allison may ago appointed Postmaster for unite with the Demosrats and elect a Democratic Senator New Columbia vice Wade Hampton Gibbs Senator Wade Hampton Era of South Carolina presents his Who over heard of a Republi They compliments and pays his respects can giving an office away to Brother Wanamaker in the folare not built that way lowing terms and phrases To Hon John Wanamaker Sir The Court of Appeals has affirm ed the dieision of the Pike county Perhaps you may remember if your court in the Hat field McCoy cases memory is not t reach emu your assurValentine Hatfield Ply ant May ance lo me a few days ago that Mr born go to the penitentiary for Gibbs would not be removed until the life for the murder of Tolbert Mc expiration of his term iu February Coy Ellison Mounts will hang next Not only did you do this but Â¬ me for the murder of the girl Alice vou voluntarily assured my thnt inas much as Columbia was post ofliue McCoy sister of the murdered you would when a successor to Mr man Gibbs was to be appointed me Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We are acquainted with all of the above mentioned gentlemen by reputation and know most of them personally Any one of them would make an excellent and acceptable officer Few will deny that the widow of the man whom Presideut Har nson thought worthy of the office has some claim upon the unexpired term and the emolu- Â¬ ments thereof and doubtless she will have consideration at the hands of the President Few will deny that it is a snlen did opportunity at least within the borders of our own State for our Kentucky Colonels to exhibit our far famed Kentucky gallantry But despite these facts there are other and more weighty questions involved in the tilling of the office However it is no fight of ours not our party nor our district so fight it out gentlemen among yourselves and when you find 3ou cant agree let Dr David Bennett of Lexington swallow the plum and settle the difficulty The Peace policy so earnestly advocated bj-- the press the pulpit the bar and the bench since the allocking Swope Goodloe affair is already bearing fruit Editor Walton of Stanford and Judge Boyd of London two bold bad men from Wayback on the headwaters of Bitter creek amicablj settled their differences and wept tears of joy upon each others necks Bless you my children Louisville Times Â¬ The governor has appointed L C Norman Insurance Commissioner to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Fayette Hewitt and promoted H T Duncan Deputy Insurance Commissioner to the charge of that office Capt W T Havens of the Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat succeeds Mr Duncan and his friends of the State press will feel much gratified at this deserved recognition of a good man and a true Democrat Â¬ Â¬ for me that Mr Gibbs will know that I at least told him the truth though I was grievously deceived in believing what was said to me I shall know better In the future what reliance to place on statements emanating from the same source The newspapers state that besides managing the great department over which you preside you are running a Sunday school in Philadelphia and it occurs to me you might with profit to yourself select as the most appropriate subject of a lecture to your pupils the cousult It is a matter of small importance to me who takes the place of Mr Gibbs but ns I informed him in passing through Columbia of lite promise jou had made you may perhaps under- Â¬ stand how your action has placed me in a false position But it h fortunate Montana there were charges of fraud in the Silver Bow precinct The Republicans attempted to have the returns thrown out the Territorial Circuit Court decided that the votes should be counted An appeal was taken to the Territorial Supreme Court where the case was pending at the time of Montanas admission into the Union Upon the decision of the Thus says the Savannah Jour- question depended the constinal A bushel of oats for a tution of the Legislature If the pound of binding twine a pound Lower court was sustained and of butter for a pound of sugar the returns counted as cast the This is the condition of the home Legislature would be Democratic market for which the farmers and two Democratic U S Senavoted last falL If they dont like tors would be elected If the it there is no one to blame but decision should be adverse the themselves because the cities and Republicans would be enabled to manufacturing districts as a rule elect two Senators of their own to tod the oilier way If protec- following Before the Territorial tion makes high wages farms Supreme Court could pass upon ought to come for their shares this question the President by but on this deal it looks as if the3 I his proclamation admitting the State legislated the Territorial Court out of existence and substi DOM PEDUO DEPOSED tutes a court that owed its own tenure to the very election that In Brazil a country of South is questioned Able lawyers are America nearly as large as the now exercised over the legal United States a revolution has phase of the case The point is taken place A republican form whether a case on appeal to a of government has been estab- court of competent jurisdiction lished and has heen acknowledged involving the constitution of a by every province Dora Pedro co ordinate branch of a State the emperor has been dethroned Government can pending an The new government offered him appeal be withdrawn from the terms 12500000 in cash and an jurisdiction of that court of appeal annual pension of 450000 the by a hurried Presidential proclarest of his life He accepted the mation and transferred to the terms and with the royal family adjudication of a court whose own sailed at once for Portugal Thus title is subject to the action of Uie the revolution was accomplished body which it is called upon to in a days time and without the create It is a clear case of Pres spilling of a drop of blood and idential sharp practice that should the last semblance of rale by be beneath the dignity and stoop hereditary right has been removed ing of onr chief executive even from the face of the New World for politionl purposes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The town trustees of Williams town have passed an ordinance which should be imitated by every town and city throughout this broad land of ours The Courier says The little boys who have been enjoying the pernicious cigarettes Lave been checked The Town Dads made it unlawful for any one to sell or give to a boy under IS jears old any tobacco cigars or cigarettes under penalty of a heavy line instructive story of Ananias and Sap phira This would give you a fine field for your eloquence in explaining to your young charges the importance of confining themselves lo the truth except when some fancied advantage might be obtained over a political opponent lam your obedient servant WADE HAMPTON Nov 18th 89 TRIGGER WORK IX MONTANA In the late State elections in Much confusion exists in the popular mind with reference to the func- Â¬ tions or scope of what is peculiarly known in this country as a constitution It may be defined as that body of rules and maxims in accordance with which the sovereignty must always be exercised We have a com plex system of federal and State gov ernments and each has its constitution The difference is that the former deals with subjects national in their charac ter and contains enumerations of powers granted by the people of the United States beyond which neither the federal government nor any of its ofllcers or agents may go The Stale constitution express the limitations beyond which State government can not go Iu the oae case the State has all power not granted to the central agent at Washington In the other the nation lias no power not given to it by the sovereign people of the States iu a written enumeration of powers which are to be strictly construed The federal constitution is clastic aud may be amended according to a mode provided within itself Our State constitution contains the limitations which must be observed by the Legislature and by all the Stale officers iu their dealing with public questions and n flairs In other words the federal government has no power nut granted to it aud expressed in the national constitution The State gov- Â¬ ernment is the representative of the inherent sovereignty of the people and has all power not conceded to the federal government in the national constitution limited only by the provisions of the State constitution The peoples rights do not come from either federal or State constitu tions They have a higher origin than this Written constitutions says Webster sanctify and confirm great principles but the latter are prior iu existence to the former In Hurl outs Human Rights and their Political Guarantee we find the followiug brief description of a constitution This then is the ofilceofa written constitution to delegate to various public functiouaries such of the pow Â¬ ers of government as the people do not intend to exei else for themselves to classify their powers according to their nature and to commit them to separate agents to provide for the choice of these agents by the people to ascerÂ¬ tain limit aud define the extent of the authority thus delegated and to reserve to the people their sovereignty overall things not expressly committed to their representatives - Written constitutions are the expres Â¬ sions of what those to whom they ap Â¬ ply consider desirable hi the way of government They are the body but will soon decay unless they be sustain ed by the living breathing spirit of liberty and intelligence on the part of the people who recognize their author- Â¬ ity Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Chambers who went to South America with Prince Wilkes writes that the Prince is still winning rind if Will be worn a great deal he is not loo severely handicapped by being set too far back of the wire at the We sell thafSox ua Is an expression you have frequently heard on the this winter not only because ftart he expects to win several large Shaw knit in stakes with him before the season is streets of late of its being the latest style but over Henry further states that ho lias because of its pleasing effect driven him a half in 105 and a mile BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE in 216 in his work He evidently has in finish and color being the meaning wo will slate that it was made by a man on his way to retained his speed In Henrys hand MERINO but whether he will do eo well under our store to buy one of our natural wool without coloring the management of one not acquainted matter We also have COTTON with Crit Davis methods of shoeing ingand handling him remains to be ApriUth 1S8S seen Kentucky Slock Farm This is an improvement on English Balbriggan STATE OF KENTUCKY It is said that no such valuable field County of Madison j the seamless having a round AND of rotting horses has faced the starter I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy of this year as that of the 220 stallion Couuty Court do hereby certify that heel and smooth toe witli Merino Mixtures but he evidently thought that COVINGTON MITCHELLS store race at Lexington At the call of the the foregoiug is a true aud correct copy gussets in the instep anl S bell six great individuals answered no of section G ot Madison countys subrnc 110 Tilnnn 1r TmrrlmcA Trir Tin Mid UTll c1oivTi itrla fn tlmrrt one of whicii could be bought for scribing to the Richmond Nicholas All colors Tho last named heel Wo also have FAX evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a 20000 50000 having been oflered and vllle Irvine Beattyville Bailroad goods were very popular last rpfused for Nelson alone They were Company the sura of Two Huudred and CY STRIPED and COLOR sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond Nelson 2141 Jack 215 Geneva S Fifty Thousand Dollars 250000 now winter and bid fair to be can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy ED MERINO HALF HOSE 2191 Iona 217J Alcryon 216 and of record in my office more so this season Norval 218 Jack won the race iu Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Given under my hand tills 25th of vulcan heels and toes three straight heats in 217 215 and October 1889 Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the iatest 216 with Borne speed to spare The THOS THORP Clerk Attest styles shades and prices winner is u small gray gelding by Pilot By Jno H Thorp D C Medium ton of Happy Medium aud a This is the first mortgage executed daughter of Pilot Jr Stock Farm by the Railroad Company and consti An extract which we clip from the tutes a first lien on the property aud Our of Scientific American gives a most rael franchises herein described and con aucholy account of the farming inter- veyed est iu the New England Stales but STATE OF KEN IUCKY is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all especially in Vermont The writer County op Madison J says that in one county forty thousand the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals I Thos Thorp Clerk of the Madison UUHDRIED SHIRTS acres cut up into from 80 to 100 acre Couuty Court do hereby certify that Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways tracts with barns fences etc iu tol- the foregoing is a true and correct copy erable if not good order are abandon- Â¬ of a and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection part of the mortgage from the FROM ed and nobody living oa them No itlchmoud Nicholasville Irvine and Our 25c Handkerchief reaxou is assigned by the writer for this Beattyville Railroad Company to the most deplorable state of affairs But are daisies CENTS TO 3 Central Trust Company of New York that all over New Engjuud people are Trustee dated July 1st 18S9 now of AND CLOTHING Our 35c Handkerchief leaving the country and crowding Into record in my office towns It seems that the cause of this Given under my hand this October are unequaled 11 1 1ji IT t jlouiiis jm t iJl i depression Is owing to the opening of 25th 1S89 euuve a wen seiecieu siock oi jnuarens ana ir t uioining We carry tho FINEST M vast districts of virgin farming lanus Attest We carry a fine assort THOS THORP Clerk H in lonir and short nant suits and if we dn snv ih nnrsnlvns thnv nro 20 23 in the west the cheapness of freights By Jno H Thorp D O STOCK in Central Kentucky H a beaulies every one of them Ihey range in size from 4 to 1 years sment of Silk Handkerchiefs and consequent lowness in the price of jl comprcMta Air ionipau farm products Such would be the case Mothers give us a call One of tho most important enterprises in Kentucky in great measure if it In Paris is tho Compressed Air company were not for the horse interest Cut which distributes power throughout the this off aud the price of corn hay and city It began with a pneumatic clock other provender would not pay the cot system about 1870 This business grew of production and the price of our until thcro arc now about 8000 pneu-Â¬ lands would sink proportionately We matic aclocks public and private driven from station about four miles east of j have other advantages over Vermont tho Madeleine Tho company distributes iu shorter and milder winters and in power for any purpose There are about the recuperative qualities of our lime 250 motors varying in power from one stone soil But to the horse interest eighth horse power to fifty horse power we owe our great comparative pros for all sorts of purposes all driven from perity Short horns and Jerseys are the central station Tho system used is We have them lor driving riding the street the ball or the The Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterproof not worth the raising and although that of Victor Popp and it is being ex-Â¬ sheep seem to pay a remunerative tended with great rapidity Paris Letter reception A fine line of Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy price yet the danger from dogs and the Road horses trotters and runners numerous diseases to which flocks are shod in any manucr desired I have Tan Bucks I Hats Yonmairt Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods m Mocha Indian Sarinac liable and the limited number that just received an extra lot of four year all shapes An excellent assortment ot Leather Traveling BagDogskins in great variety Perrins Imported Kids stand in the e can be profitably handled make this a old second growth timber for repairing and Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats precarious husbandry So iu a meas Â¬ all kinds of wagons All work guarHand- Â¬ lead as to style and finish We have them in all shades Willi swine ure These are easily ond anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Tailoring in all Branches some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves cheaply raised but cholera decimates back of Brookss drug store I zm tbw rnvnr Hu rhnxtftexii2iw iid3iatfEaaAUMftgawcggBg2E5f Respectfully hole droves just as they are ready for 8febly S L MIDKIFF market But as long as the demand for horses at high prices continues so long will Kentucky lauds be valuable Local Produce Markets KENTUCKY although many farmers are moving CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON ARNOLD BRO GROCERS MAIN into the towns We have in our mind STREET RICHMOND KY three large farmers owning and cultiBLUE GRASS ROUTE Richmond Ky Nov 19 18S9 vating farms of several hundred acres Beef Cattle Butcher M3 each who have recently come Into Hogs Lexington to live But it is the ques Sugar Cured Hams 140150 Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- port coal to any of its depots iu Madi Â¬ son county from any point on its line or extension thereof at not exceeding three cents per bushel of seventy six pouuds and that it will furnish suffi cient cars to transport lumber iron aud stone from any point 011 its Hues or ex tension thereof to any of its Stations In Madison county at not exceeding four i cents per hundred pouuds and slack 10 per car of coal at uot exceeding 35000 pounds ami further agrees that there shall be no discrimination against freights destined to or originating at any of its Stations in Madison county and if it shall violute any part of this agreement the person injured thereby shall have a right of action against the Company therefor any judgment so obtained shall be a lien prior to any en- Â¬ cumbrance that may be hereafter placed upon the road and this Com- Â¬ pany further agrees that they will not employ convict labor iu building said road through Madison couuty G0D Im k Latest Tigs in FIB or th Men Foils I h Fit tlie Largest or the Smallest Man is Madison County IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAHi LL SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM WOOL FINE FALL OVERCOATS 1 Â¬ 55 Â¬ Â¬ A -- Slock Fall ui Mr Clow A Â¬ 50 CHILDRENS I YOUTHS 1 -- 1 Y COVINGTON I MITCHELL IBTiDSnE GLOTBS SPECIALTIES and Merchant J 8 Castor - Â¬ its Various L COWL M GORMLEY CHEAP CASH Â¬ -- Â¬ 44c 15c Â¬ saddles Â¬ tion of domestic service that is oper Â¬ ating on our farmers aud not the want of profit iu forming Their farms are still cultivated and tbey live iu town on the profits of their farming We hope lo see some explanation of the auomalous couditiou of things in the New England States to which we have refeired Gazette Cat Dai Whiskers Every ono must have observed what aro usually called tho whiskers on a cats upper lip The uso of these in a 6tato of nature is very important They are organs of touch They are attached to a bed of close glands under the skin and each of these long hairs is connected with the nerves of the lip The slightest contact of these whiskers with any sur-Â¬ rounding object is thus felt most dis- Â¬ tinctly by tho animal although tho hairs themselves are insensible They stand out on each aldo of tho lion as well as in tho common cat so that from point to point they aro equal to the width of the animals body If wo imagine there- Â¬ fore a lion stealing through a covert of wood in an imperfect light we shall at onco 6eo the use of theso long hairs They indicate to him through tho nicest feeling any obstacle which may present Itself to the passage of his body they prevent the rustling of boughs and leaves which would give warning to his prey if he was to attempt to pass through too close a bush and thus in conjunction with the soft cushions of his feet and tho fur upon which he treads the claws never coming in contact with tho ground they enable him to movo toward his victim with a 6tillnes3 even greater than that of the snake which creeps along the grass and is not perceived until it is coiled round his prey Exchange TVby Ilie Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 Its Oats in sheaf per 100 tbs Lard Tallow Beeswax 120150 1 50 2 1 7522 i5oc 00 70c tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west mwmi MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS FAST LINE BETWEEN t 503 25 50 Lexington SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex bun Cincinnati No 4 Dally No 6 Ex Sun 2i jo503 Schedule in Effect Nor 17th 1SS9 CO conW C GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Ilerndon as a drug store Â¬ Â¬ 40c 10c Feathers Meal - 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 tXM 50065 1 lve Kalnioutli Lve 250400 Arr Cynthlnun Paris 1 75 Ait Lexington 1 50 Lve furls 1 90 Arr Winchester c 00 Arr Klchmotid Arr IancnMcr Arr Hlnnfonl Ive Kic1iiiiuuU i65C 152200 Lvc Clnclnunll- 20040 Lve Covlngtou 34C 810 am Soo 818 a m 809 944 ai 1037 am 1000 1200 pm 1120 am 1305 1110 am pm a3spm pm 245 pm pm 408 pm pm 507 pm pm 540 pm pm 630 pm 05s S4S Pm 620 pm 730 pm Saddles m Harness CLO THI OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Roots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles irace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brashes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits pm pm Pm pm pm pm Pm 140 453 53 54 Louisville ByUlnver A Tobacco Ware House Market 00 Arr Berea 50 Arr Livliigfton 35 NORTH BOUND 155 3 o5 No 5 Nol Ex Sun Ex Sun No 3 Dally FURNISHING GOODS j9lT Dnrrelt Louisville Tobacco Â¬ Senator Stanfords filly Sunol trotted a mile at San Francisco without a skip in the fast time of 21 0 lowering tho record 212 recently made by the great Axtell three-year-ol- d One Fact Is worth a column of rhetoric f altl an American statesman It is a fact established by the testimony of thousands of people that Hoods Sarsaparilla does cure scrofula Halt rheum aud other diseases or affection ariIug from impure state or low condition of the blood It alco overcomes that tired feeling creates n good appetite and gives strength to every part of the system Try it It the Bear Crrek rauch of County At Commissioner Dyer a mare mule that has been about the place foaled n colt The progeny is now about a week old seems healthy and will doubtless live It is a pinto in color and has the t ut ward characteristics of the mule The mother is very proud and cares for the colt properly A Norman stallion is thetsire This is the first instance in Wyoming of a raulo foaling and has attracted the attention of the ranch Â¬ men in the Bear Creek country A gentlemau who knows about all worth knowing on the subject of horse breeding says that one other mare mule has foaled since the world began This animal Is in the zoological garden at Paris and lias twice become mother Cheyenne Leader To which the St Louis Journal of Agriculture adds The gentleman referred to is mis Â¬ taken A number of mules have een known to foal We published Iu the Journal a year ago or more a letter from a Virginia farmer who bad a mule that gave birth to two or three Â¬ Tito Valuable Book Two of the most magnificent vellum folio manuscripts ever brought across the Atlantic aro now in the privato stock of Mr James W Bouton of New York They date from tho Fourteenth and Fif-Â¬ teenth centuries respectively Tho for- Â¬ mer is on enormous book of tho church services and was papal property It is painted by band in black and red text with superb miniature initials in colors on heavy sheets of vellum The binding is of half inch boards covered with leather and with huge brass Ixascs and mountings Its fellow is a Latin Bible It is written in double columns with the letters in red and black on vellum The The minor initials aro all ornamental major ones are miniatured in colors Side texts ere exquisitely inserted upon tho margin This volume has a new bind ing Both works aro in fair preservation and are of tho greatest interest to collec-Â¬ tors Pittsburg Bulletin Catarrh Cant Be Cured as they can not reach the dlsase and in order to cure it you have to take internal Haijs Oatakeii Curb Is remedies taken internally and acls directly on the blood aud mucus curface Halls CATAitnuCuus is no quack medicine It was prescribed by ouo of the best physicians in tho country for years It is nud Is a regular recriptlon composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on tho mucus suiface The perfect combination of two Ingre dients Is what produces fuou wonder ful results in curing catarrh F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo Ohio by prugRteU 75c Jlr5 Sales on our market for the past week jiift closed amount to 2167 hhda with receipts for the same period of 897 hhds f ales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 121033 hhds Sales of the crop of 1888 on our market lo this date amount to 81302 hhdx The oflerinjia of Burley tobicco are made up largely of common grades aud we find it necessary to quote prices 8itnewliHt lower on this character of tobacco Several hogsheads ot the new crop have been sold on our market during the week and the highest price thus far realized is 1000 The following quotations fairly represent our market 011 Burley tobacco Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 1 00 to 300 Colory Trash 300 to 500 Common Lugs not colory 350 to 560 Colory Lugs 0 0 to JSOO Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 1500 15 00 lo Select or wrappery leaf 25 00 8 00 am Lve IJvtngslon Berea io5 am Richmond - 1145 am Lve tanturit 700 am Lve Lancaster 745 am 1000 am Arr Klchmnnil Lve Hlclinion- J- xio pm 200 pm Arr Winchester 240pm Arr Pans- Lve Islington 205 pm 250 pm Lve Kin Lve Cynthlaim 320 pm Lve Falmouth 412 pm 540 pm Arr Covlneton Arr Cincinnat- i- 550 Pm Fancy Hame 610 i5 748 700 853 823 913 r am am am am am am am Trace Chains and everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ dlery and Harness Shop A specialty of Bridles Strings pm pm pm pm pm Pm ROCK BOTTOM PRICES CALL HT 345 421 444 526 1035 am 630 1045 am 638 Light Road Track Harness MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Islington Piirl Arr Mllleniburg CarlUle Johnson Maysville SOUTH BOUND Lve Mnykvllle No II No 9 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 235 pm 700 800 827 851 033 1025 am am am am am am 344 pm 450 pm 612 636 730 Sao SMS Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 TIE MqKEE CORNER Al Ml MONEY W A POWELL J W MAGEKY AT THE CO pm pm pm pm P Johnson With Local Application May affect any portioa of the body where tha mucous membrane is found But catarrh o the bead is by far the most common and tho most liable to be neglected It cannot bo cured by local applications Being a consti Â¬ tutional disease It requires a constitutional remedy Ux Hoods Barsaparilla which orung through the blood eradicates the impurity which causes and pro motes the catarrh and soon effects a perma Â¬ nent cure At the same time Hoods SarsaÂ¬ parilla builds up the whole system and makes one Xeel renewed in strength and health It you suffer from catarrh bo sure to Rlnod try Hoods Sarsaparilla I used Hoods Barsaparilla for catarrh and received great relief and benefit from 1L The catarrh was very disagreeable especially In the winter causing constant discharge from my nose ringing noises In my cars and pains la head tn8 back ot cffort to clear mr nead la the morning by hawking and spitting was palnrtO Hoods Sarsaparilla gave mo xcUei Immediately whilo in Umo I was enÂ¬ tirely cured I am never without the mediÂ¬ cine in my house as I think it is worth its weight in oldV CurOS Was aBGmB1029 Eighth O SLN W Washington 1 was troubled with that annoying disease basal catarrh and neycr tound relief till 1 took Hoods Sarsaparilla J L ItouTT Marksburg Ky N B Be sure to get Catarrh Arr inrm Lexlnstun iovingion Cincinnati Carlisle Mllleroliure No 10 No 12 Dally Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun pis am 150 pm a m 232 pm 49 am 323 pm 715 am 347 pm 740 am 41s Pm 30 pm 835 am 1035 am 630 pm a m 638 pm 1045 nuslfSBRAND INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven-Snlendi- C3- - JLm - 1ST 3D O 3XT WITH A Ringing noises Impure No 4S Lenre Lexington 1035 a m Arrives Paris 1015 am Except Sunday N08 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Faluioulh 710 p 111 Except Sunday No 7 Leave Fal month 600a m Arrives CJiislnuall755nm Except Sunday TRAIN NOTES NoSrnna dally between Lexlngirn and Cincinnati No runsdnlly between Cincinnati and Lexington No 2 and 6 make conneclons at Winches Â¬ ter for points on the N N M V Ky IMPORTANT Train or this line nnir ar rive at and depart from tha Central UnionÂ¬ Passenger Station Cincinnati making con nection lor all points North East nnd West Through Tickets sold and Bnesaee Checked lo any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent or the Compandor E H BACON W L MUNSON Trav PassY Agt Trav PhmY Agt LexlugtouKy Cincinnati O H E HUNTINGTON F 11 CARR Agl Richmond Ky General Offlcesciiamlierof Commerce Butld- lnc Cincinnati O Handsome Barber Shop and Companies dFirst -- Glass Barbers North Amerujtf - Vhflaielph a Perfect satisfaction given to every one Special attention given lo ladles Also to my country and children friends I tmve moved my short over to the Hotel and I hope all will come lo see Yours very respectfully me New York Connecticut - - - Uartfor - - - New York Niagara - - - - Cincinntfi Amazon - - Philadelp1 J Tennsylvama - SpringfjeTdjr--- MSassachnset s JOEL V MACKEY RESTAURANT CHPEARSON -s-BA- LTI ROCK BOTTOM RATES at Farmers National BaiL Call andsee ns Jbefgre placn S your insurance Office - 8F BMORSEUenlPassAgtCtnclnnntl Oen Manr V Pres Caroanarilla uarsapariuaTlje Hoods CS I also keep at my old place HUME Fresh Oysters Birds Ham Beefsteak nnd pvtrytlilnc that Is kept in a flrst wN proiorty ft J WM cnt- Restaurant country stores a specialty 20- mww J T M OREM11 32 31 FOR SALE OR RENT Unless Bold or rented privately will on For Sale or Eent I I desire to sell or rent privately the large two stnry ftituifed on a good corner lot in J2Ili toiiKy known aa the Hojrnn proper- Â¬ ty I als desire to rent privately the 8leveusr Property on Muddy Creek embracing a nlco resilience a good blacksmith ehup lame yard and lot wlllf abundance of water 22- HHCOLYER - SALT -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE KUBERAEfEI Having taken a thorough course Kindergarten tmder Mk Adams lo of f-f- -rrh Saturday December 1401 89 Â¬ Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla Trepuedonlr BoUoylldTOEKUU 31lxforS br C L HOOD 29 29 CO Apolliecrie Lowell Mm IOO Doses Ono Dollar t 2 oclock P M pell at public out- Â¬ cry my Two Story Frame Residence situated on Second Street In Richmond Ky The building la alt excel lent one with all modem Improve ments good cistern stable Ice house and every convenience Lot te 92x300 Call on or address Â¬ STORE HOUSE The Largest and Finest Hotel in Lexicglow I will open the city t Rates 250 to 4 Per Day Oi Meifey Seftenter 9 89 a colls Toli 22 26 L J FRAZEE According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in ForfaribMnaUHi Hply Miss LOOLA BHON3TO 8 SMS Third Street 32 31 Hotel - fichool at my borne on Third Street A larfce and jEeH veatilated room be built eoiikliy for thk purpose f Mr M- - K i55Ss - 5a V BO52SS9S rpvi1 y PS 11 f iu - V4 - -- T SK3W jui - 4s5 - r7 a 33tS f w2mmmmssmimmmatmnBBamBamaaammimBtm PSrfe ywwTs NtffTH 4-- SUPPLEMENT Maia I in - asaJ SUPPLEMENT S JO RICHMOND MADISOH COtlNTt KENTtJCKlT WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1889 So we passed up tho beautiful chamber till wo came to where tho eunuchs stood with drawn swords and thesa would have barred my entry but Charmion frowned and drawing the signet from her bosom held It before their eyes Thereon having ex- amlncd tho writing that is oa tho rinc they bowed dropping their sword poiuts and wo passed through the hoavy curtains urolaorod oer with gold into tho resting Beautiful it was place of Cleopatra beyond imagining beautiful with many colored niarblos with gold AnA lvorft gems jlfrd flrtwuraall art can furnish and all luxury can dream of wero hero Here wero pictures so real that birds might have peckedthn poiu ted fruits hero wero statues of womans loveliness frozen into stone here wero draperies lino as softest silk but woven of a web of gold bore wero couches and carpets such as I never saw Hero tho air was sweet with p3rfumo while through tho open window placed camo of tbe sen At the fnrthor end Of tho ishsinbor oh it DMdu SI gleaming silk and sheltered by a net of finest gauze Cleopatra lay asleep There sha loy tho fairest thing that man ever saw fairer than a dream and all about her unoleSepa Atleugtbpaasinuptheavenue of Sphinxes we camo to the great marble gateway and tbe gates of brcmio within which is the guard hosse And hero tnv uncle left tac breathing many prayors for my safety and success But I advanced with an easy air to the gale whero 1 was rougnly challenged by the Gallic sentries and asked at my name following and busi- Â¬ ness I gave my name Hartbachis tho astrologer spying that my bhftlncss was with tbu Lady Charmion tho Queens lady Tbcrcon tbemnu nlaiio as though to let me pass in when a Captain of the Guard a Roman named Paulus nn forward and forbade M Kow thU Paulus Was a largo limbed man rrlui a womans face and a hand that shook from wine bibbing Never- Â¬ theless he knew me again Why he cried in the Latin tongue to ono who came with him this is the fellow who wrestled yesterday with tho Nubian gladiator tbat same who now howls for his lost hand underneath my window Chrses on the black brute I I h id c bet on him for 1 have bucked him against tbo gome Cuius and bow Wit never light again and I must lose my money all through this astrologer What Is it thou sayost thou bast bubines s with tbo Lady Charmion Kay then that etties it I will not 1st thec through Follow I worship tho Lady Charn ion ny wo all worship her though she gives u more Blsps than sighs And dost thu think that we will BHflOP au ast rologer wit h sueh eyes aiSuch a chest as thine to cut In the gAme By Baecnus no She must cbmo out to keep the tryst for in thou shalt not go Sir I said bumbvi rul yei with dig aiity I praylSitii messago may be sent to the Lady Charmion fer my business will not brook delay Te Godsl answered tho fool whom have we hero that be can not wait A Kay bo cil bo off Csesar In disguise if thou wouldst not laera bow a spear prick feels behind Kay put In tho other offlccr uhc Is ati astrol- ger make him prophecy- mnke hml play tricks IB otets wbo had sauntered Ah up let him show his art If he is a magi Â¬ cian he can pass tbe gates Paulus or no Paulus Right willingly good sirs I answered for 1 saw no other means of entering Wilt thou my young and noble Lord and I adilrewnd hint who waa with Paulus suitor thet I look tb Ic the eyes Per chance I may read what Is written there Right said tbe youth but I wish that the Lady Ciiarmion was tbe sorceress 1 would stare her out of countenance I war- Â¬ - vsv f 23 Â¬ volume NUMBER trr nEADY TO BE MARRIED As my zaether solheaata 1 can keep a room la order Sweep tb houso and moke a toed Hatter says a girl may marry YTio can mate a leal ef bread X sa ready to be married 1 can cot a td make a dress llaric tho linen wilh tbe cross stitch Mesd the laee tbata hardly less aad dainty than a cabweb So I dare to ted bis -- Yet 2tober s ys a clrl may marry tVbo can cat and make a dress I nm reaay to be married I can main a leaf of bread leaa ccmSc nice dinner rte 1 ma ready to be married I ean knit a stocking well darn It J eaa sake and I can ean tell And a bargain I 1 eaa shop aad go to market And rra net a ball room bene 34eter says a girl may marry iVbocenkBltaatKk Bg well I am ready toabe married Aad lbave lover true Jait the baadsemest aad dearest Lad tbat ever come to woo New aaMen leved ber lever Half an dearly as I do Metfeer tats a girl may marry Whea she bas a lorer true time draws en Tell theu thy mttaUn Charmion aBd be oae Tbercwn h mStttwr changed Bhe folded her hands raMtdy before her aad spake Lot Fharaoh hearken unto his hand- Â¬ maiden lam the daughter of Pharaohs uncle tbo brother of his faiher wbo Is now long dertdand therefore in ray veins also Bows tbltayul blood af Egypt Also I am et the undent Jaiih and bate these Greeks andJosoc lbe9ct upon the throne has been my devrestbope now for manyytsara To this ond bave I CUannkm oocooio serving woman tu Cleopatra tbat I might cut a notoh wberota thou oouiUt set ihy foot whea the boar oaute to clmb the throne AmlbeheMI O Pharaoh the notch is tut This then is our plot Royal nfasin Thou mast gain au entrance tv lie House Â¬ hold and learn Us way ttutt secrets and so far a may beftub0n tbo euuucks end uaptnlns soja of whom 1 have already lemptad This aooe and all things being prepared without tbou must slay Cleo-Â¬ patra and aided by me with tfcvse whom 1 Hitrol in the coafniHjn that shail ensue brow wide tae gatfis aad admitting those fourartywho trl ia waiting put such t the troopb as remain faithful 16 the werd and Mde U Bruehwls Which bo ng shalt within two days bold hi tickle AJtxanlria Aitbe same time theso wbo are sworn to theo ia every -- hetiou CLEOPATRA Bciss Account of the Fall aad Vengeance of Harmaciiis the Royai Egyptian AS SET rOSTH BY HIS OWE EKED aty ta Bcyst shall rise in arms and ivitbla tea days from the death of Cleopatra thou sUaltbe Pharaoh indeed This Is the o Unsol wbieb has been taken and thou ioest Uoyal cousin that though your uncle render doth think so ill of me I have earned my part ay and played it I hear tbee oonala I answered mar vol ngthat so young a woman for she had out twcHiy years wwM Wve bold a plot for in its origin the t hemo was hers Butin thoe days I llUte knew Charmion Joon new then shall I gam entrance to By H Rider Haggard Author of King Solomons Mines She Allan Quatermsin Ete Eta Etc be palace or Cleopatra Nov fbiogt Pre l ca v Thus Cleopntra lovoth to look upon a nan and give B9 pardon thy face and form aro fair To day site noted them and twice she said sbo would she had Baked rwiuas nufested by OTeaOIi after CATON WOOS T3LI2 aad QZlTl I miLACTEK or the v Sttrwm E- iMSJSS ooMisa w OHAMueK iro or Ths wrath or en Si - ML IT seme night while v i we sat at sapper in the bouse there came rZZ5nm - a knock upon the doer It was opened sad a woman passed n wrapped from head to foot in a large rtark pephH W cloak jn Mwfe fashion tbat aW face oould not be GAPTKKIX My uncle rose and as be did so tbe woman t littered tbe secret word lTKtl I am oorae my father abe aid ia a sweet clear voice though of a truth R was net easy toesoupe tbe rov w at tbe nahee But I toid tbe Qeeen tbat tbe ua aad tbe riot in tbe streets bad made me sick aad she let me It k well be answered wUnvall thy- self hero thee art sate With a little sigh of Weariness she un etasped tbe eplos esd let H slip Irora her piviug t tay sight tbe free add form ft that beauteous girl wbo badfefeoedto ian Cleo toatraia tbe chariot ior abe was very fair 4ial peasant to loelc Vipon and ber Grecian Tobcs cl p s wevUy about her supple limbs and bujdiwg torm Uer wayward hair BovriaK ta a baadred UlUe oarls was beuud with golden lillct and on her feet were n4ls Her cheeks btasbed like a flower ami ber dark soft eyes were downcast as tbouxh with mefcsly but smites and dim- Â¬ ples trembled sboatber lips Mr wnde frowned when bis eyes fell upon dress tirWhy Char eBet thou in this garbnet the In ion he ashed sternly Is dress thr motherswore gued eHoagh for t hr- - TW is h Uae er place Tor WAaaas vattittea Tbo attsoi here to Httoetter bat x SP il clearly sees - orf then bast been cursed For mark this Charmion fail us but one jot fend vaucaaaoa shalt faH on thee tbe veo- peaBee ef man and the vengeance of ho contbe Gods To this service tinued ltshiss biawdf to anger as be went en tlU bis greet voice raBg in tbe narrow room bast thou been bred to this end hast tbea been instructed aad placed where tbou art to gain tbe car of that wiofced wnntea wbom thoa seemest to serve See thou target it not see tbat tbe luxury of yonder court does not corrupt thy parity And his and divert thy aim Charmion eyes Sashed and bis small form seemed to grow UH it attained to dignity bay almost he said advancCharmioa lo grandeur ing toward her vrith outstretched linger I say ta tbee tbat at Umea 1 do not trust thee iiut two nights gone I dreamed I saw tbee standing in tbe desert I saw thee laugh and bit thy band to heaven and therefrom fell a rain of blood then tbe sky sank down on tbo land ef Khem and covered it Whence came tbo dream girl and what is Us meaning I Naught have I against thee 18 yet but hearken 1 On the moment that t have though thou art of my kin and 1 have loved thee on that moment I say will Wbteh oleyM Nay be not wroth my father she anÂ¬ swered softly pe4iH tbea ksowest bet that sb whe 2 serve will have none trtowKgyinkaSi dress it is out of fabkra To wear it fnuld bave been to eoartsus piciofi abut I came in baste And as she fepob I saw that all the wbfle she watehed tneMrertiy tbrouxh tbe longJasbes whteh fringed ber modest eyes Well weU be said barjay flslng bis n Fiance upon ber tce donbtiess thou spukeet tratb CharuNon Ue ever mindful of thy eak girl and of tbe oanse to rbich Ihau Mt sworn BenfftHht ralndod and I thee forget the beaaty with fco J -- Â¬ lb Â¬ Â¬ doom those deiiealo limbs which thou to show lo tbe kite and to the jackal aad tbe soul within tbee to ell Unturned shalt tbe tortures of tbe God tbou die and bodiless and accursed shalt thou wander in Araentil ay forever and Unrest so much t fverl burst of pasÂ¬ speotkseif But by it more dearl- Â¬ y than before I saw hew deep a heart had this man beneath the cloak ef bis merrinoss aad sieapuany of mien and how fiercely the mind within him was set upon his aim As for the girl sac shrank from him terrified and phuMig ber bunds before ber face bo Santeweep Kay speak not so my fathor she said between her sobs for what bavo I done Naught know I of the evil wandering of thy dreams I am no soothsayer that I should read dreams Have I not carried oat all things aeeordlsg to thy desire 1 Bavo I not been even mindful of that dread oath sad she trembled Have I not played tbe py and told tbee all Have I not won tbe heart of the Queen so that sbo loves me as a sister refusing me nothing ay and the hearts of those about her Why dost thou affright mo thus with thy words and threats And sho wept afresh looking even mere beautiful in her sorrow than she sion bad He paused for his sadden was before Enough enough he answered what I have said I hare tmd Bo warned and af-Â¬ front our sight no mora with this wanton arcs Thlnkest thou that we would feed our eyes upon those rounded arms we whose stake is Egypt and who are dedicated lo the Gods of Egypt Girl behold thy cousin and thy King She ceased weeping wiping her eyes with ber obit on and I saw tbatthey seemed but the softer for her tears Mtrtataks most Bya Harmachis sad beloved coosta she said as she bent before me that vro are airuedy made acquainted aaswerad not without shamefaeednoss for never before had I spoken to so fair a xaaJd tbou wert in the nhanet with Qeupatra this day when I struggled with the XtsWao Assaredly she said with a smile and a sudden Hghthig ef the eyes It was a gal- Â¬ lant fight and gnUawry dhtst thou over- Â¬ throw that black brete I caw tbe fray and though I knew thee net greatly did I fear for bo so brave Bat I paid aim for my flight for it was patitialosbc mmdsfCseopatra to bfcithgaads strike 32 bis band aov kaewiag who tbea art I would I had said hs head And she looked up shooting a gUutee at lae and then 1 tea eoasla lv0 smiled Eflough put uj ray ttaols Seps Ithe where tbat astrologer mhht be fouxl for sho aeitt mat an asUTalojref rrUO coahl Well nigh slay a Ilubtan hVdiator wHk his bare hands xAnst inuWd be a master of the stars t answered ber thaVl would cause inquiry to be made So hearken Royal Harmachis At midday Cleopatra sleeps in ber inner ball that looks over the gardens to the har- Â¬ bor At tbat hour theu trill I meet thee at tbo galea of tbo Palace wbiinwr borne thou boldly aVklng for the Lady Cbarmion I will make apouttment for thee with Cleopatra SO that ahe shall see thee alone rant me o wakes when and the rest Bhall I took Jntn by the hand and gaseddeep be for thee Harmachis For much she into bis eyes I sec I said a fieid ot jrtUc at night and about K bodies streliiieu loves to play with the mysteries of magic among them is thy tody and a byvn and whole nights bave I known her stand watching tbe stars and making a pretense cars a its threat M t ik Wo tdr Ibov to read them And but lately hath she sent halt ill nf word thrusU witbin a vcar away Dioscondes the Physician in that said tho youth turning By Bacehttsl poor foot I he ventured on a prophecy from thou art the ooujuneUon of the stars that Cassius white to tbe gillsbe slunk off an ill omened sbortlyaftdr sorcerer And would defeat Hark Antony Thereon Cleoward as it chanced to meet this vory fate patra dispatched to tbe General AiUenus bidding him add tbe legions she had sent to For be was sent on service and Main Ih Syria to help Antonyi to the army of Cas-Â¬ Cyprus Captain KbW Ihee I sias whose Victory- - forsooth tvas accord Â¬ speaking for Paulus great will show theosaid how to I ing to Diosoorldesv written on the stars I will pass those gates without thy leave But as it chanced Antony beat Cassius ay and draw theo through them after mc first and Brutus aTterward and so Dks gazo upon tho corides hath departed and new he lectures Be pleased to fix thy princely for em bread on herbs in the museum and point of this wand ia my hand comrados urged thoreto by hales the name of stars But his place is hoBeing not willingly and hislet him gazothis till did I empty and tbou shalt fill it and then we grow empty as an otvls eyes eyes will work in secret and in tbo shadow of I saw his tbe in tbo the ecepter Ay we will work like the wand sun Then sudd uly I withdrew and shifting my own countenance worm at tbe heart of a fruit till tbe time of into tho place of it I seized him with my plucking comes and on thy daggers touch will and stare and beginning to turn round Royal cousin the fabric of this Grecian mat his fab drew throne crumbes to nothingness and the and round drawn him nftcr iwere almost UxrtKiu worm tbat retted it burst his Bervile cov- Â¬ flerco and wh Then slowly moved ering and in the sight of empires spreads to my had passed Itho gates stillbackward drawing till I his royal wings oer Egypt- passed jerked after mc I gazed at this Strange girl once more as- him head away and having to thoIground But be fell tonished aad saw that her face was lit up my looking exceedwiping with such a light as I had never seen upon to risefoolish his brow and ingly tbe face of woman Art thou content most noblo Captain Ah brake in my uncle who was tho Thou secst wo have watching ber ahl I love to seo tboo so I said Would any other noble sirpassed hero presgirL There is the Cbarmion that I knew gates show more of my and I bred up not the Court girl whom I ent wish that I should skill love not draped in silks of Cos and fra- Â¬ a Lord cf Thunder grant with essences Let thy heart harden thoBy Taraais Olympus thrown inand fib Gods of growled an ohl Centurion it Gaul named ll like theo not I say The BrennoSi man who could drag our Paulus through those gatos by tho oyo as it were is not a man to play with Paulus too who always goes tho way you dont want him back ward liko an ass Paulus Why sirrah tbou must have a woman in ono eye and a wine cup in the other to draw our Paulus thus At this moment the talk was broken for coming down tho marblo walk followed iy on armed slave was Charmion herself Sho walked calm and careless her hands folded behind her and her eyos giving at bothing ncss as itvrcfo But It was when Char- Â¬ mion thus looked upon nothing that sho saw most And as she came tho officers and men of tho guard made way for berbowlng for as 1 learned afterward this girVnext to Cleopatras self wielded mors power than any one about the palace she What is this tumult Brennus sold speaking to tho Centurion and mak- Â¬ ATB WS WIII WOnX LIKE THE WORM AT THE ing as if sbo saw ma not knowestthou heaut op the rnuiT not that the Queen sleeps at this hour and in this mold -- ay stamp it with the forvid if sho bo awakened it is thou who must zeal of patriot faith aad thy reward shall answer for it and tbat dearly Kay Lady said the Centurion humbly find thee And now cover up that shamebut It is thus Wo bavo here and ho less d ress of thine and leave us for it grows late Te raerrow shall HartaaeliU come as jerked his thumb toward mo a magician of the most pestilent urn I crave his partbou hast said And so f arcweU don of tho very best sort for he hath but Charrakm bowed her head and turning just now only by placing his eyes close to wrapped her dark buod pepios around hor then taking my bawl she touched It with tho noso of tho worthy Captain Paulus ber lips and without any further words she dragged him tho said Paulus through tho gates that Paulus swore the magician WCIiU A strange woman said Sepa when she should not pass By the same token Lady had gene a most strange woman and un Â¬ tbo magician says ho has business with you which grieves me for your sake certain Charmion Jlethought my uncle I said that lessly Ayturned and looked at me care- Â¬ I rcmembor sho vsaid and thou wast somewhat harsh with her Ay he answered but not without a so ho hath at least the Queen would see cause Look tbou Hannacbu bewaroof bis tricks but if ho can do none better glance of sot bare this Charmion Sho is too wayward and I than causo awondering sho cost-- a to follow Paulus fear me may be led away In truth she is scorn at the his nose through tho gates ho guards ho a very woman and like a restive horse wdl take the path that pleases her Brain had better go whence be came Follow me Sir Magician and for thec Brennus I say she has aBd fire and she loves our cause For bat I pray that the cause come not face to keep thy riotous rrew moreqnlct sober thec and face with ber desires for what her heart is most honorable Paulus get tbeo next sat oa tbat will she do at any cost will sbo him time 1 ara asked for at tbo gates give And with a who asks a bearing do l Therefore did I frighten her now while mar for wbo can know but tbat queenly nod of her small bead sho turned way followed at a distance by sbo will pass beyond my power I tell thee and led tbe myself and the armed slave tbat in this ono girls hand lie all our livos We passed up the marblo walk which and if she play us false what then Alas the garden grounds and is and alas tbatwe must use such tools as runs throughside with marble statues for tbeso But it was needful there was no set on cither God- Â¬ Gods the most part of other way and yet ljnisdoubt me I pray desses wherewith heathenLagidao and not wore these that itiniy be well and still at times I ashamed to defilo their royal d veilings At fear ray niece Cbarmion she is too fair portico with fluted colwc and tbe blood of youth runs too warm in lengthvery camo to a to sec but ot Grecian beautiful those bluo veins of hers Oh woe to tbe umns style of art whore wc found moro guards cause tbat builds its strength upon a womwho made way for tho Lady ans faith forwon on I say are faithfnl Crossing tho portico wo reached Charmion an outer enly where they love and when they love marblo hall wherein a fountain softly faithlessness teir are not fixed as becomes their faith plashed and thenro by a low doorway a men aro fixed they They second chamber known as the Alabaster riso morn high and stoic more low they aro beautiful to Its strong and changeful as tho sea I say to Hall mostlight columns sea block roof was marble upheld by of tbee Harmachis beware of this Charmion walls were paneled with alabut all its for like tho ocean she may float thec home wero graven Grecian leor like tho ocean sbo may wreck thee and baster whereonwas of rich and many hucd gends Its floor with thee all the hope cf Egypt mosaic that told tbe tale of the passion of Psyche for tho Grecian God of Love and CIIAPTEB X chairs of Ivory and gold or tbe courso or iijiiuiachi3 to the pal about it wero sat of this chamber Charmion ace now tie nncw iadtus Tnuonon the At the doorway bade tho armed elavo Btuy so that wo ASD THE 6LBEPIKG CLEOPATRA GATES SHOWED TTKTO passed in alone for tho place was empty JJAOIO WHICH HAXUIACOX3 savo for two eunuchs wbo stood with HER I ifiyiin j i ii rw HITS it camo to pass drawn swords before tbe certains at tho that on the next day further end sho said speak Â¬ am I arrayed myself ingIvery vexed my Lord that thou shouldst low and shyly after the fashion of a have met with such affront nt tho gate magician or astrol- Â¬ guard there served a doublo watch oger in a long and but tho given my commands to the offand I had flowing robe I placed icer of tho company that should havo reon my head a cap lieved It They aro ever insolent theso about which were Roman officers who though they seem to broidercd Images of the serve know well that Egypt is their play6tars and in my belt a thing But it is not altogether 111 for thesa scribes palette aad a rough soldiers are superstitious and herefJSrfjy L yi roll of papyrus written after thay will fear thoe Now bido thou here Cleopatras chamber oer with mystic spells whHe I pass into But now havo sung sho sleeps I and signs In my ban J I hold whero sleep and if she be awakened I will to a wand of ebony tipped with ber tbee for sho waits thy coming And call ivory such as is used by priests ano without moro words she gilded from my side magic Among these indeed masters of In a littio time she returned and coming knowledge of J held high rank filling bylearned at On to my side spoko secrets which I had their Wouldst seo the fairest woman in all the what I lacked In that skill of hand which world asleep sho whispored If so fol comes from use And so with no smaU low thou mo Nay fear not when sha shame for I love not such ptoy and hold awakes sho will but laugh for she bado ma this common inagio in contempt I set fcrth be suro to bring theo instantly whether through tho Bruuhlum to the palaco on tho sho slept or woke riec I havo her signet Lochias oetng goMed en my way bymy Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ cril r Â¬ Â¬ lllllilgasig mmiu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The latuh Hf ted ami Cleopatra swept ia do swear that I pohMated Ptolemy Bay boar mo witness tbat I am Innocent of this planet that wo enow as onaau in f tbln hissed which was the coerce cf all my woe morning and Bonou in tbe evening was royally srrred ber dark hair hanging brother whoa moat unnaturally th So about her and thd smrcd saeke of royalty man Senate weaht brora forced aa ne as Flo on theo cried Cleopatra clapping and tbe woe cT Khem Therefore as new in the ascendant sister as a husband bat It is false he her hands call03t thou tlmt magic Why How strange is lha lore of woman that crowned King of Love I must bow pass to glistening on be throw Of a truth Harmaohis Bd said ttkh sickened and died of fever And even sc tis an old trick that any wayside conjurer it is so small in its beginning and in lu a sigh as she sank into a seat the falk they say tbat I would slay Arriaoa my is can do I have seen it a score of times end so great See at tno fir t it is oven as to Heaven is hard to climb Ah I aM Utt who indeed would slay me Dot that Wait OQueen1 Innswerodl thodhast the llUlo Biu ma of water welling from a weary for those stairs arc many Bat I tod bfateel Though sha will have none oi not sect nil1 Ad ereh as 1 Epolie tho er moubtahVe heart And at the last what is was minda ray astronomer to see thee ate I lor Bay nfcter Yea tbey all think pent seemed to break In fragments and Itt It Is a nighty river that fioweth ar In thy haunts ill of me without a ciise even thou dost from each fragment grew tt liewsorpent floslss of joy cad makes wide lands to Oh Harmachis I am honored overmtkB 9 Qaeesr P thmkiUofKeHarssachis And these too broke ih fragments dhd pttiile Or pcrcbanee i t ii a torrent to wash said bowing low before her before thoa judgesf tUnk what a thine is bred others till n a little sbaee tbeptftfe in a flood of raid cero s the fields of Hops Art thou now And yet that dark facd entry I tbat fool sickness of the mind which to their glamored sight Wait a seething1 ea bursting iii the barriers rl design and of thine hath a somewhat angry look makes ttw jaundiced eye of pettiness to see ct snakes that crawled h3sed and knotted bring to tumbled nothingness the tenement Tbou art too young and handseamfor this all things dUtmoght to rend evd written themselves in knots Then I madoasign of mans purity and the temples of his dry trade Ilarsaebis Why I vow thou es the open face of fteed and find impority and tho serpents ga hcred themselves faith For when tho Invisibio conceived hast ast ray wreath of roses down amidst ia the whitest virgins soaL Think what a about mc and seemed slowly to twino the order of tho universe He set within its tby rusty iodisi Kings would have cher- Â¬ thing it is Harmachis to he sat oa high themselves about my body and my limbs plan this seed of womans love that by its ished that wreath along with their above the gaping erowd of knaves who bate till savo my face I was wreathed thick most unequal growth is doomed to bring choicest diadems O Harmachis and thoa I thee for thy fortune aad thy wit who with hissing sua kes about equality of law For now It lifts tbe thing of bo ac- their teeth and shoot the arrows of then dost throw it down as Oh horrible horrible cried Char- low to heights untold and now it brings tho count Why what a man thou art But lies from the cover of their own obsenre mion billing her countenance In the skirt of noblo to the level of tho dust Aud thus stay what is this A ladys kerchief Vf ness whence they have no wings to soar the Queens garment while woman th tgroat sutpriseof Nature Isis Nay now my HnrmAchk how ease and whose hearts ones it ia te drag down Nay enough Magician CKoughl gold is Good and Svil can never grow apart Jiii here Are our poor kerchief also in- Â¬ tby nobility te the level of the groundling the Queen thy magic ovetTvhcItna lis For still Dhe Uli4 aod blind With love struments of thy high art Oh fie net and the fool I T uved my siiaku wrapped arms and all shoots the shuttle of our fats abd pours have I caught thee then Art tbou in- Â¬ Be sot then ready to think evil of the was gone There at my feet lay the black sweet water into the cup of bUerness and deed a fox great whose every word aad net is searched wand tipped with ivory and naught be- poisons the wholesome breath of life with I for error by a million angry eyes and Kay most Royal Cleopatra nay side the doom of ber desire Turn this way and said turning for tbe kerchief which had whose Feest tiny fault is trumpeted by s it AX OMES XOTAL HAKXACHM The two women looked one upon another turn that she is at hand to iseet thee Her faltpa from Charmioas neck had an thousand toroets till the world shakes and gasped with wonder But I took up weakness is thy strength her might is thy Iknow not indeed how with the echoes of their sin 3a not Tis tiio wand and stood with folded arms be- Â¬ undoing Of her thou art to her thou do my bomagu to its Queen1 For these bar- Â¬ awkwSfrJlJ the frippery caffl hers Perchance some thus tis certainly thus say rather Kay fore them goet Sho is thy slave yet holds thee barians name Venus Queen of Love Have we beard And so amid tbeir laughter I withdrew of the women who keep tfe ehamber may may it sot be otherwise Is the Queen content with my peer art captive at her tatiah honor withers locks me to my watch tower and dashing that havo let it faU aright Did she this thing of her own I asked most humbly oped hud barfisrs fall BKOb Ifillnitoaa Â¬ Judge gently O Harmachis as wert she said dryly 0B still will Aye that ath I iSjyptlftn tJfercf aid I veatt hfi in Cttrhibk m bsnron and ber shameful chaplet down amid the InstruAh so so Yes thoa me thou wouldst be judged Rememsee its like Court astronomer art tbou name Is the Unforeseen Man Strive ifcrt td ments et my craft rpadn pretense to uoto laughing like a rippling brook rolling i stars Tbaro I tvaited sorely the slave women wbo keep cham- Â¬ ber that a Queen ia never free She is in-Â¬ the from thk day forward with right of access escape from woman aud the loveof woman thinking on many things t3at ttUrn to be bers own such toys as this of the very deed bat the point aad Instrument of those to the Queens presence Hast thou more for fly where thou wilt she is yet thy fate forces poHtic wherewith are graven tbe of such magio at thy call and whateer thou buildest thou buildistit until such time as Charmiou should odme flaet dk worth twice its weight in gold with the li At of the doomed and the messages and broaderodf too in many colors Why iron boohs of history O Harmachis he ics Royal Egypt suffer that tbe for her my uncle Sepa whom she hod that even- Â¬ myself I should notSGaaH wear HI Of then ray f riead my f Head and counsellor chamber bo a little darkened and I will And thus it came to pass that I HarmaÂ¬ of ray friend whom I nn trust indeed for show theo ono moro thing a truth it seems familiar Co My sight chis who bad put such matters far from ing seen At length the door opened softly and she And sho threw it around her neeK and bere ia this crowded court I am more ut Half cm I afraid sho answered me was yet doomed to fall by the thing I camo jeweled find clad in ber white robes any soul that breathes terly alone than smoothed tbe ends with her white band nevertheless do tbou Charmion even as held of no account For see this Char- Â¬ had left the f aat this Harmachis says But there Us a thing unholy in thine about the corridors But ttar I trust there mion she lovos me why I knew not Of even as she of thy beloved should is faith written ia those quiet eyes and I eyes that tbe scarf So tho curtains woro drawn and tho hor own thoughtsbo learaod to lore me CHAPTER SIT my poor breast Take it Har- Â¬ am minded to Bt thee high Barmachhs I chamber made ds though the twilight wns and of her lovo wmc whet shall be toid or cojiing or clbopatra to the cnAM rest Upon insor hand 1 came forward aud stood md Mc But I knowing haiighi treated her even as a machis take it and bide it in tby bosom t caaao longer bear my soUtode of mind I at oen nHMACiiis op the throwing mast And one with whom I may commune Gazo thou there side Cleopatra I sister walking as it were hand In ktffld with fouKJ nP THH KBscHntr or chaiuiius cr nigh thy heart Indeed V said sternly pointing with the wand to the ber toward our common end THE BMl3i AWW US TSa GIFT Br C EO I took the accursed thing aad mattering and speak that which lies within my heart empty space where I had been and thou PATRA OF UBi rBltfNlMHIV TO UER 6KHV And so tbo time passed on Ull at length what I may not write stepped ea te the I bave faults I know H bet 1 am not aI unworthy of thy faith for there is good AKT HARJIACIIS Kiddy platform whence I watched the stars shalt behold that which is in thy mind all things were made ready grata among the evil seed Say Harma- Â¬ Then for a littio space was silence while LENGTH thou art Tl en fcrusliiDg it into a ball I threw it to chis It was the night before the night when wilt thoa take pity oa my loneliness the two women gazed fixedly and half fear- Â¬ the blow shcula fall and ttcro were revel come Charmioa I tbe wind if heaven Queen laughed once and befriend me who have lovers courtiers ful at tho spot Thereat the i7s4y Ings hi tbo palace That very day hod 1 seen I SEIZED nil AND DREW HIM ArTER ME said It is over more slaves dependent more thick than I can And as they gazed a cloud gathered be- Â¬ Eepo acd with him tbo carte ins of a band lute flowed tho wcbothorrMricnalr dhe wjiite fore them Vervlptfly it took shapo and of five hundred men who should burst Into What couat bat sever one single friend r ant she crfed Kay think now rburtded arm lhae a tJilldSv td Etir head form and tho form it took was the form of Yes my lord but would the lady say could she see her leve she leaned toward me tonchina me bgfatly en the morrow and one hung downward to tho ground Eer a man though as yet he was but vaguely tha palace at iniiiuiiaby no means could I gage thus cast to al the workl Mayhap aad gazed on ate with her wonderful bluo when I had slsin Cleopatra tto Queen and rich lips were parted in a smilo showing mapped upon tho twilight aud seemed now put tho loroau and the Gallic legionaries ebCapsClk3caatri liar Harmachis thou wouldst deal thus with my eyes tho Ivory lines of teeth and her rosy limbs to grow and now to melt away I wad overcome thinkiapc of the morrow mood is straigeiy wreath also SH the roses fade cast it ta tho swerd That vory day had I sub KiiTSa X si sorrow smote me wero draped in so thin a robo of the silk of her Then I cried with a loud voice crossed to nitht I know off aud Steeping sha took op the wreath night shame nod tbe Captain Paulus who since 1 drew whose aasassia dagger lay Cos held about hor by a jowcled girdle friend Shade I conjure thee ap carH not what I mayportead and gave it to mS hlra through tho gates was my wills slava gleam ot flesh shono through my breast I bent my head and a that the white For a mesicnt so vexi ra I I had a against And cv n as I cried the Thing perfect in Strange whims and fancies blow it I stood astonished and though my every part leapt into form before us sud- Half by fear and half by promises of great V- across it like light and contury mind to taku her at her word ana end the sob or a groan I know not which burst my heart thoughts had littio bent that way tho sight den as the flish ot day His shape was tbe reward I bod prevailed upon him for bis airs upon a summer sea and I can wreath to join tbe kerchief Bat I thought from the aifony of of all her beauty struck mo llko a blow so sbipo of Royal Cnjsav tho toga thrown was th j watch at tho signal on tho morrow But Cleopatra thinking only that I was better of purpose read her that for n moment I lost myself i it were about his face and on his form a vestment bight to Unbar that small gato which faces not Well well enoach of Cleopatra Host Kay Issid more saftiy His a Queens moved byroad myself by the surprise of her in tho vision of lu power and at heart was bloody from a hundred wounds An m lo the cast gift aid I wll keep it and as I spoke gracioune9f smiled sweetly and seal thou seen our unci Of Free- Â¬ All was mode ready grieved that 1 must Rlay so fair a thing It grows late To morrow night when metberght I saw the curtain shake Of tea stautso he stood then I waved my wand dom that bad been fivo tho flower Yea Royal llarjcehis and twenty years Turning suddenly from the sight I found and bo was gone since bve I sorrowed over those simple thoabringest the aagaries will we speak And bust tbou the last lists in growth was on tho point of bloom In again O my friend Harmseais aad thou Charmion watching mo with her quick eyes I turned mo to tho two women on tho every city from Abu unto Athue armed Yea here they be and she drew them words And she gave me her watching as though sho would search my couch and theu I ra Ckwrtatr Gracious thank be to the King of Love shalt aas war me ierey fOttipani were gathered and from their from her bosom Here is the list of those lookband to kiss Scarce knowing want I did I And IhdCTScj EBiaelhiDg Of my face all clothed in terror llor lips triro who after the Queen must certainly be for this ffili mwCj sbo answered Â¬ thoughts must havo been written on my ashy white her eyes stored wide and the WPlia spies looKcu eut availing mo coming at me strangely 3or enough of wit kissed it and m another moment she was ing of the messenger whd should 1TIng put to tbe sword Among them titou wilt come forth upon this balcony tell me of gone face in a language that sho could read for flesh was shaking oa her banes not is the name of that eld Gaul Brennus more and tidings that Cleopatra was no la the Bat I she whispered in my ear man what art sho jasped Man are friends but it tho mystery of those stars of thine For hey like steedasleep chamber gaaag after 1 grievd for hhrtjfor n one Ay it is a pity is it not Harmachis be- Â¬ thou who canst bring tho dead before our that Harmachis tbo Egyptian bad seized ever did I love the stars tbat are so pure prepared triumph must be ItisabeaVylJst the throne All was fro bk cosTiNran ing after ail a man met hinUs thou wilt need eyes far away from bright and Tis so I answered when iBefi write andour fevered cold and so There would I hung to my hand as a ripe fruit to the hand troubling ull thy ghostly Etrcngth to ncrvo theo to the all I am the Queens astronomer magician Yet as I sat at tho royal out their count they lorgct no item and our wish idToll rocked on tbe dark bosom of HUNTING TARANTULAS of tho plucker dcedl servant what tho Queen wills I an- Â¬ feast my heart was heavy and a shadow of count is long What must be must be the night ana foetai tiia litlio sense of self Bow the Ugly Spiders Are Cwight ta I frowned but before I could frame an swered laughing Was this tho form that coming woo lay cold within my mind I sat NiW for the next of answer sho touched mts lightly on tho arm was on the Queens niindl Here is the list of th si o hn mrrd a aslg azid forever o2 tis countenance teH Arizona nu 1 Sew Xrxlco there in a placo of honor nigh to the TKi can and pointed to tho Queen A change bad Sho mode no answer but rising left tho majosty ot Cleopatra and looked down the friendly or uncertain aud here that of the yon sweet eyed space Nay It used to be a standing joke on the West Â¬ perhaps those very stars par- Â¬ ern come upon ber her hands were clenched Harmachis chamber by another door frontier when asked if yon were gotat lines of guests bright with gems and gar Â¬ towns that certainly will rise so soon as the take even of our substance and hnked to and about her face all rosy with the hue of Then Charmion rose and took her hands to hunt Indians to reply Why ael I sleep gathered a cloud of fear Her breath from her fare for sbo too had been strick- Â¬ landed with flowers marking tliose whom messenger reaches their gates with tidings us by Natures invisible chain do indeed havent lost aBy Indians Lbdd doomed td did There before mo lay of the death of Cleopatra came quick she raised ber arms as though en iHH dread draw our destiny with them as they roll For thd Came reason the wisest aba Cleopatras coif in all hef beauty which and What says the Greek fable of him who be- Â¬ Good And now and I paused to ward away a blowi fled then with a Iiow dost thou these things Uoyal thrilled ti3 beholder as he is thrilled by tbe now be not but it as to tho maaacr of Cleopatras death come a star Perchance it hath truth fer wouldharm to10 tent tarantulas hunted will stifled moau sat tiliaiUl opened tho windows Harmachis 1 fear Of a truth tell ho llney are sho said and rushing of tho midnight gale or by the How bast thou settled itl Must it be even yonder titty sparks may bo tho souls of men do no Dark they were dark as thee of her eyes caught ia Arizona New Mexico and other sight of stormy waters I gazed on ber as by my hand night hut whvi the light found them they but grown more pu rely bright and placed in Southwestern localities wbete they abound Bo not afraid I answered Perchance sho touched her lips with wino and toyed Yea my lord she answerd and once grow blue even as tho sky grows bluo be to illume the turmoil of their thou didst see naught but wht was in tby witb the chaplet of roses on ber brow be- Â¬ again I caught that note of bitterness In her happy rest The tarantula inhabits an exojmiteAy con- Â¬ Tor the mother earth Of are lacy lamps hung hich mind All tilings aro shadows How canst thinking mo of the dagger beneath my voice Doubtless my Lord will rejoice in tbe heavenly v Jirft that night by night structed apartment closed outwardly by a Is Croso Cffisarion she sold where thon know nature or what is aud robe that I had sworn to bury in her breast thathis should be tbe hand to rid the land some Godhea 1 wfcese wmiks are darkness circular many webbed mesh varying in dirion Was it then a dream I dreamed thou only seems tbeir bol to But bow toes itl Again and yet again I gazed and strove of this false and wanton woman and at one his tinmertal fire so that they ameter from two to four inches web betrays who is dead camo to what that Julius Julius To the accustomed eye tins Remember thou this sport is played to an to bate her strovo to rejoice that sho must blow break tho chams which gall the neck touches with ansTering flame Give me me his bloody toga wrapped about his face leap out in spidera den unmistakably Directly end There too behind of Khem die and could cot and havlngthrown his arms aboutbis child somewhat of tby wisdom V J trpea these the It goes well sho said By her watching mo now a3 ever with her Talk not thus girl I said well thou wonders to mc O my servant for I have underneath it one comes upon a tony circu- Â¬ led him away Than I dreamed I died dawn theso tales will havo gone deep fringed oyes W3s the lovely Lady knoweetthatlrejcioenot being but driven little knowlwliro Yet my heart is large lar door generally a liule hurgar than a sil died in blood and agony ond one I might ibarmion Who to look at hor innocent not eee mocked mo as I died I Ahl wbo is round aud tbou tVilt bo more feared than to tbe act by deep necessity ami thd press Â¬ and I fain would fill it lor I have the wit ver dollar any man id Alexandria FolhrtV we Ipray face wocid believe that she was the setter ure of my vows Can sho net then be couid I but find the teacher Thk door is wonderfn ly made of sffhen that maul weaving thee namhed on the oater side witb of that snare wherein should miserably yPdace iladanll peace said Charmion poisoned Or can no one of the eunuchs be Thereon bcijr right glad to find footing oa 11 perish tbo Queen who loved her Wbo suborned to slay her My soul turns from a safer shore and marveling somewhat to bits of bark and leaves and turning on a Tls but the magician Harmachis whom CHAPTER XL hinge whose perfect worttam an accom would dream that locked in her girlish had a ptaee I marvel bow thou didst bid me bring to theu at this or toe wats or cHAnmos akd or the breast was tho secret of so much death I this bloody work Indeed that thou canst learn that 1Cleopatraand told her for lofty plished mechanic might envy opening mto irUlIsgy spoke thoughts hour as the kiko or gazed and grew sick at heart because I over heavy be ber crimes citoiVMisa or habuachis bow a saaea bned passage ahost a toot m talk thus lightly of the death by treachery such finira as are lawful I told Ahl tho magician that Harmachis who LOVE length the home of the spider the sky - a ii pint uii-- pressing round the overthrew tho giant I remember mo now THE following day I must anoint my throne with blood and by of ono who loves thee Tarantok hunting is the spcrt of the vis-Â¬ land At Ho is welcome Tell me Sir Magician can Methinks niy Lord la over tender for-Â¬ received tho writing evil sweep away the evil of the resting CHi the elastic pillars of iters at a heaw rowrt near TsmBeon that houi I wished indeed that I was getting tbe greatness of the moment and earth and thy magio mirror givo forth an answer to of my appointment how above1 i tbe heavenly whence gaily attired aerUes sally forth the air and who this dream Nay how strango a thing is as Astrologer and naught but soma humble husbandmanseason all tbat bangs upon this dagger stroke that oeeaa Nout wherein the ptoaeU float like armed wiih long stocks inenetmnn trimmed sleep that wrapping the mind In a web of shall cut the thread of Cleopatras life ships as they rush upon their radian c Way Majrician in Chief to in its season BOvs and in its with knots of ribbon darkness straightly compels it to its will tbo Queen with tho pay garners tho golden grain Alas tho seed Listen Hannarclits Thou must do the Many things 1 told her and among them They parry large bottles of water A doomed td sow was the red deed and thou alone I Myself would I do it Whence thon cotno thoso images of fear and perquisites of that that I had been how tbrCBgh the certain never ceasing taraatakt note reached or a tarantula town seed of Death and now I must reap the bad my arm the strength but it bas it not on the horizon Of tho soul like some rising oSlce which were not movement ot the orbs of light the planet for the creaures are gcueron --the web By poison it can not be doue for every untimely moon upon the twilight sky small Also rooms were fruit of the harvest Donaott Venus when she Why Harmachis what ails thee said drop she drinks and every morsel that shall that was called morning star beea ae the and door are torn- away and water is poured Who grants them power to stalk so lifelike given mo in the palace down the bote Has touch her lips is strictly tasted by three showed as the from Memorys thronging haliet nrd point- Â¬ through wliieh I passed Cleopatra smiling her slow smile planet Bonou when she came as the Sweet If the spider is at homo he will rush cut ing td their Wounds thus confront tllU bight to tho high watch the gulden bkeh df ctors gut tangled my separate tasters who can not bo suborned Jit of the planets Eve astronomer I or dost thou plan somo new Nor may the eunuchs of the guard be trust- Â¬ Star of to have Tho motion to the Egyp- Â¬ as fast as his clumsy legs eaa carry hun Present with the Pastl Aro they thehi tower whence I looked on been familfor appears Wita dexterity aad nerve he may be messengers Bath the semi death of sleep tho stars and drew their feat of magic Say what is it that thou ed Two indeed are sworn to us but the tians And while I stood and spoke scooped into a eaa aad quickly covered or give them a foothold In our brains and auguries For at this timo Cleona- - dost so poorly grace oar feast Nay now third can not be come at He must be cut watching the star she sat ber hands may be allowed to fasten m the end of the did I not know having made inquiry down afterward aud Indeed When so clasped upon her knee and watched my walking stick whence he mast thus upknit the severed thread of human l ira was aucu trouDicu aixmt matters be tombled kinship That was CterarS self 1 1611 thee fc political And not knowing how tho thereon that things so low as we poor many men must fall what matters a eunuch fapp iato the trap before ha tamntos far the women aro far beneath tby gaze why I more or less Thus shall it be then To who but now stood at my side and mur- Â¬ great struggle among tho Roman factions length aad so captor Ahl she broke la at mured through his mufilod robe warning would ead but being very desirous to side should swear that Eros had found thee morrow night when Bonou at three hours Venus la to bd seed both in the awrnisg and A Cattferaie physician tate thataanK before midoigat is ia the right ascension words whereof tho memory is lost to me with the strongest sho took constant coun- Â¬ out Harmachis Wen of a truth she is snlar tarantula ean dear fourteen feet at a I tbou dost cast tbe final augury cf the issue the evening sky Kay that I am spared O Queen Read mo this riddle thou Egyptian Sphinx sel with me as to the warning of the stars 8h lews tbe szap that be has seen it done Fortn though best The sorvant of tbe star marks of the war AmI then thou wilt as is everywhere and Ill show theo a rosier path to fortune These I read lo her In such manner as best answered Butthoulovestnottbatlshoflkitise excepfcoa not the smaller light of womans eyes and agreed descend alone wih me having the nightLatin names to thee Come we will itely sack agility is altogether net than all tby stars con point Thou bast seemed to fit the high interest of my ends H Well eared for the bite is neccs signet to the outer chamber of the Queens these brought the omen solve thou its problem For Antony tho Roman Triumvir was now therein ho Is happy tongue of Khem which larilv f al GeUea Darm Cleopatra leaned herself toward me look- Â¬ apartment For thi vessel bearing talk in tho ancient tne first mark thou of In a good hour do I come most mighty In Asia Minor and rumor ran vory wroth well know right Queen I made answer for 1 bave some because it had been told to him that Cleo- Â¬ ing on me long andteadily iii such fashion Cause of Smut in Wheat order to the Logions saila from Al- Â¬ I tho Lagidas am I wbo know And all skill In tho mysteries of sleep Which is as patra was hostile to tho Triuinvii ate in that that despite my will tho blood fluttered at exandria at the following dawn and ndvf she went on speaiong in mine own sho trills that tbe tongue my heart aoco with her for thou hast rightly guessed a stair whereby her General Scraplon had aided Cassius bat with a little foreign accent that This disease is not due to the work of she thing be kept secret as the sea thou wilt Boast not thou proud Egyptian thoso who aro gathered to Osiris may from But Cleopatra protested loudly to me and but make her tak more sweet enough the gatovVays ot our others that Serapion bad acted against her said in a low voice which none but I and read the message of tho stars And as sbo didstars for when all is said they are but insects but is caused by the growth of timo to timo enter at of living sense and by signs and words that will Charmion told mo that as with Carmion could hear lest perchance tbou pores over the papyrus then must thou rickla things and perchance may even now a minute parasitic plaat or fungus bo read of mortals thereto duly learned Alllenus it was because of a prophecy of dost tempt me to match my laagic against stab her in the back so that she dies aad be storing up an evil hour for thee or me through tho tissues of tbe wheat stalk cad repeat the echoes of that Hall of Truth Dioscoridcs tho unlucky that ho Queen thine What woman can forgive that man powder or for us both together Not but what I The dark colored which Is their habitation Thereby also the herself had secretly ordered Serapion so to should push U3 by as things of no account leva to hear thee speak of them for then is made up of innumerable spores or messengers of theguordian Gods may de-Â¬ do Nevertheless this did not save Serap- Â¬ Tis an insult to our sex that Natures self thy facd doth lose that gloomy cloud of reproductive bodies each of which is scend in many shapes upon tho half loosed ion for to prove to Antony that she was in- Â¬ abhors and sho leaned back and laughed thought wherewith thOO drapest it and capable of infeotiBg a healthy wheat spirit of their choice For O Queen to nocent she dragged tho General from tho most musically But glancing up I saw grows quick and human Harmachis tbou thoso who bold tho koy tho madness of our sanctuary and slew him Woo bo to those Charmion hor teeth UTon her lip and nn art too young for such a solemn trade me- plant if it can come is contact with it dreams can show a clearer purpose and who carry out tbo will of tyrants if the scale angry frown upon her brow thinks that 1 must find theo a better Youth tinder proper coodJUoas The only speak moro certainly than all the acted should rise against them AndsoScraplon Pardon Royal Egypt I answered comes but onoe why waste it in these time when infection is possible is when wisdom of our waking life- which Is a perished coldly but with such wit as I could sum- Â¬ Time is it to think when we can musings plant is young aad to guard dream indeed Tbou didst see great Caesar mon before tbo Queen of Heaven oven Meanwhilo all things went well with us no longer act Tell me bow old art thou the against this the Bpores oa the- - seed This I sakl of the in his bloody robe and he throw his arms for the minds of Cleopatra and thoso about stars grow polo Harmachis about Pnnco Caesarioa and led him hence her wero so set upon affairs abroad that moon which is tho sign of tbe Holy I am six and twenty years O Queen I wheat must be destroyed before the Hearken now to tho secret of thy visions neither sho nor they thought of revolt at Mother whom Cleopatra dared to rival answered for I was born in the first latter is sown This may be accom- Â¬ Twos Cassars self thou sawest coming to home But day by day our party gathered naming herself lsis come to earth month of Shoutoa ia the summer season plished by treating the seed by either thy side from Amenti in such a guiso as strength in tho cities or Egypt and even In Happily said she answered clapping and on tho third day of the month 1 Soak of the following methods might not bo mistaken When ho embraced Alexandria which is to Egypt as anothor her whl o hands Why heros an astronWhy we ore of an age even to a day Â¬ tho child Cassation be did it for a sign that land all things being foreign there Day omer who hath wit and can shape a comsho cried lor I too have six and twenty tho grain in a one half per eeat soluto him and him alone ho passed his great- Â¬ by day thoso who doubted wero won over pliment Nay suchawondor must not pass years and I too was born on the third day tion of blue stone for 18 hoars then ness and his love When ho scorned to and sworn to the causo by that oath which unnoted lost tho Gods resent it Char- Â¬ of tho first month of bhomou Well this pour off the liquid dry the grain aad lead him hence ho led him forth from Egypt can not be broken and our plans of action mion tako tbou this chaplet from my bair may we soy thoso who begot us need have sow immediately 2 Dissolve 10 to bo crowned in tho Capitol crowned the more firmly laid And every other day I end set it upon tho learned brow of our no shame For if I be the fairest woman stone ia eight gallons Romo and Lord of all the lands went forth from tho palaco to tako counsel Harmachis Emperor of King of Juet he shall be In Egypt methinks Harmachis that there pounds of blue For the rest I know it not It is hid from with my uncle Sepa and there at his houso crowned whether bo will it or will it not is in Egypt no man more fair aad strong of water place the solution in a tab ma met tho nobles and tho great priests who Charmion lifted tbe chaplet from Clethan tbou arc or more learned Born oa pour the wheat into it taking eare not STOCK ASS wnius I Thus then I read tho vision though to wero for tho party of Khem opatras brows and bearing it to whore I tbe same day why tis manifest that we to put in enough to come to the top of my sense it had a moro evil meaning But I Of Cleopatra tho Queen I saw touch was with a smilo set it upon my head yet sco thou that thy will and arm fail then not wero destined to stand together I as tbe Stir it well skim off the solution It is not well to prophecy evil unto Kings and never was I moro astonished at the warm and fragrant from tbo Queens hair Tbe deed being done and indeed it will bo Queen and tbou perchance Harmachis as the Meanwhile Cleopatra hod risen and hav Â¬ wealth and splendor of her mind that for but so roughly tbat sho pained me some- Â¬ easy tbou wilt take the signet and pass out ono of the chief pillars of my throne and floating kernels pour oS the sointioa ing tl irown bock the gnat gauze was seated richness and variety was as a woven cloth what And this sho did becauso sho was to whero the onauuh is for the others will thus to work each others weal then drain and dry the wheat It Is upon the edge of her couch her eyes fixed 3f gold throwing back all lights from Its wroth although sho smiled with her lips bo wanting If by any chanca there be Or perchance each others woe I not safo to leave the grain in the solu- Â¬ upcu my face tho while her fingers played hangingface Sho feared mo somewhat fer her sweet tion longer than fifteen or twenty answered looking up and whispered An omen Royal Har- treublo with him but there will bo no trouwith hor girdlos jeweled ends and therefore was fain to mako a friend of machis For though sho was so much a ble for ho daro notonter the private rooms speeches stung my ears and brought more minutes Rural Nowm Torker Of a truth she cried thou art the me asking mo many matters that seemed woman yet whea sbo was angered or suf- and tho sounds of death can cot reach so color to my face than I loved tbat she m9 best of all magicians for thou readestmy to bo beyond tho provinco of my office Of fered jealousy Cbarmion bad a childish far thou must cut him down Then will I should see therein Tbo Venom of Sorpcata heart and out of the roush shell of evil tho Lady Charmion also I saw much meet tbee and passingon wo will come to way Kay never talk of woo Be seated here The venom of the rattlesnake has been omen drawest tbo hidden sweet indeed she was ever at my side so tbatL Having thua fixed tho chaplet she court Paulus andit shall be my care to see that by me Harmachis and let us talk not as the sabjeet ef stauy and Ay O Queen I said Cbarmion who scarco knew when sbo camo and when sho cslcd luw before ice and with the softest he 13 neither drunk nor backward for 1 Queen and subject but at friend to friend frequently madeas a petsoa has been- genÂ¬ stood by with downcast eyes and me went For with that soft step of hors tone of mockery named me in the Greek know how to hold him to the task And be Tbou wast angered with me at the feast to while Its action some writers have ea- tbought there was bitter meaning la her would sho draw nigh and I would turn me tonguo and tlioao with bun shall throw open the nlcht was It not sol In tbat I mocked erally conceded King of Love Harmachis deavored to prove Its entdeaey as a drug may no rougher wordrover af- to find her at hand and watching beneath Thereon Cleopatra laughed and pledged mo side gate when Sepa and tho fivo hundred soft notes theo with yonder wreath Nay twas bat A Waddett M b3 recently front thy cars and no evil passsgo less tho long lashes of her downcast eyes as King of iovc and so did all the com- Â¬ chosen men who are lu walling shall pour a jest Didst thou know how heavy ii the 8urgeon U been availing himself of his oppartanities Cleoclosely tread upon Its happy senso There was no service that was too hard for pany finding tho jest a merry one For in in and throw themselves upon tho sleeping task of monarchs and how wearisome are as a deputy sanitary commissioner ia Ben patra placed hbrhadds behind her head and ber and no task too long for day and night Alexandria they lovo not thoso who llvo legionaries putting them to tbo sword their hours thou wouldst not bo wroth be- Â¬ gal to detersaae a point around which it looked with half shut eyes leaning back Why tho thing is cosy so thou rest true to causo I lit my dullness with a jest Oh would seem that muea unceruMiy ommi tbo labored for mo and for our cause But stratghtiy and turn asU o from women Come show us of thy magic Egyptian whon I thanked her for her loyalty and said But I Bat there a smile upon my lips and thyself and let no womans fears creep they weary me those princes and those the curious question of the offset of ser she said It is yet hot abroad and I am it should bo had In mind In that timo which black anger in my bisart For knowing Into thy heart What is this daggers nobles and these stiff necked pompous weary of thoso Hebrew Ambassadors and was at hand sho stamped her foot and who and what I was IS irked mo to think thrust It is nothing and yet upon it may Romans To my face they vow themselves pent venom on the serpeaia tjemeetves generally confirm aad extheir talk of Herod and Jerusalem I hate pouted witn her lips liko an angry child myself a jost to tho frivolous nobles end hang tho destinies of Egypt and tho world my slaves and behind my bock they mock The experiments formulated by Fontana I Bald that Herod as ho shall find and I will saying that among all the things which 1 light beauties ot Cleopatras Court But What is that I hear mo and proclaim me tbe servant of their tend the principle venom Is neither a poison Hush I the to day havo cooo of the Ambassadors a sound hod learned this had I not learned that chiefly was I angered against Charmion triumviratoyor their empire or their re- lnlTG that those of Hs own though a little do I yearn to try my Hebrew Lovos service asked no payment and was because sho laughed tho loudest and then I Charmion ran to tho door and gazing public as the wheel of fortune turns and to the snake Itself nor tomay result from a species This immunity on them What canst thou do Hast thou its own guerdon And I being Innocent in did not know that laughter and bitterness down the long dark passage listened each rises on Its round I There is never a frequent tm no new trick By Serapisl if thou const such matters and foolish that I was hold- Â¬ arc often tho vails of a sore heart where- Â¬ In a moment she come back her finger on man among them nothing bat fools para- toleration established through or at vonom conjure as well as thou canst prophecy thou ing tho ways of women as of small account with it wraps its weakness from tho world her lips It is the Queen she whispered sites and puppets never a man since with biblUoa of thewhich itin the modified axed assumes wbea shalt havo a placo at court with pay and read her sayings in the senso that her serv- Â¬ tho Queen wbo mounts the their cowardly daggers they slew thai teauated form An omen sho said itwas that crown of hurriedly and perquisites to boot and thy lofty soul doth ices to the cause of Khem which she flowers and so it projed indeed For I stair aieao I heard hor bid Iris leave her Casar whom all the world in arms was not with salivary and gastric juiecscanal ab II the alimentary not scorn porubltes was fated to barter tht doable diadem of Imaynot bo found thta alone with thee at strong enough to tame And I mast play sorbed through can be verified by farther loved brought with them their own re ward Kay 1 answered all tricks aro old But when I praised so fino a spirit sho the Upper and tho Lowjr-- Land for a wreath this hour it hatha strange look and she oft one against ttto other if may be by sc this hypothesis wiM gofartawadaaafardin but there aro some forms of magio to bo burst into angry tears and left me wonder- Â¬ of passions roses that fade even ore they may suspect so aw what What wants she doing 1 can keep Egypt from their grip experiments itcombating the action of for rarely used and with discretion tbat may ing for I knew naught of tbe trouble at ber fully bloom and Pharaohs ivory bed of here Where am I bWo me I glanced And for reward what Why this is my iadieatieesman K Y Ledger perchance be new to thee O QuoenI Art heart I knew not then that unsought state for tho pillow of a faithless womans around At tb further end of the chamber and I reseat ea reward that all men speak ill of was a heavy oettarn that hid a little place know it my subjects hate me I Yea I ha thou afraid to venture on the charm this woman bad given mo all her lovo and breast Comparative ClmxlHe Naught I fear go on and do thy worst King of JJmtl they crowned mo In their built in tho thMtness of the wall which I bere tbat woman though I be they would sho was rent and torn by pangs of Ab Angto Indtaa lady boasted thct her Come Charmion and sit thou by me But passion fixed like arrows in her breast I mockery aye and King of Shame used fer tho iiterage of rolls and instru Â¬ murder mn could they fiad a meaas And I Aad jtay where aro all tho girls Iris and did not know how should 1 know it who with the perfumed roses on my brow I by ments sbo paused covering her eyes with her Chinese cook was ranch ceancr than her Haste thee there I said and sho hand and It was well for her words pierced nehjhbors Indian chief They visited the Mcrirl they too love magic never looked upon her otherwise than as descent and ordination tho Pharaoh of Tae Indians pots aad glided behind the curtain which swung Not so Isaidtho charms work ill bo an instrument of our joint and holy cause me so that I shrank there upon the seat be res5cctivtttitchas Egypt bethought me of tho imparishablo peasgad iteatilsef ad kinds were flttay foro so many Now behold I And gating Her beauty never stirred mo nay not even bolls of Aboutbis and of tbat other crown- Â¬ baekand covered her Then I thrust the side her at the twain I cost down my wand upon when sho leaned over ma and breathed ing which os the morrow should bo consum Â¬ fatal Bcroll of death into the fceeem of my They think ill of me I know it and call The Chinamans rvssels shene like mirror his bos robo and bent mo oer tho mystic chart the marble and murmured a spell For a upon my hair I never thought of it other-Â¬ mated me wanton wbo have never stepped aside and Chang bicseif was soup Mreea sweep of weamns save cace whea I loved the greatest man wnseJafthtenef ta momentitwosetill aud then as I muttered wise than as a man thinks cf the beauty of But still Bcnling I pldlged them back PrssanWyI heard thetOa tr kneefe apes the of all the world aad at the tew the rod slowly began to writhe It bent it- a statue Whath4d Itodo with such de Â¬ and answered with a jeft For rising t robes aad there came hwe ay Tjeb aoiecf the la nrri triio self it stood oa end end of its own motion lights I wbo was sworn to Isis and dedi bowed before Cleopatra itnd craved leave door passion floated indeed but ho 4 ipM a waed by th pas He Next it gut on scales and Jbehold cated to the cause of Egypt O vo Gods to ho Jnovcd haHewwI Snaie Tbeee ribald AjqngnhiM csS Su Venue x satdijeseeklng of tho It was a serpont that crawled and fiercely 1 1 Eaesssr gnh Â¬ 1 Â¬ j fa mms y sd Â¬ Yvs it hvt Â¬ WMftll- Â¬ 1 i- hr iBifiCjF 1 it iet Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te as tht to stnger Â¬ Â¬ EatorwhverhpuiartrIi4 JiH - f jasM i jisiwmri s JMSp1 LM ksjijw1 i - gpi - SADDLES EARDTSSS AETB GEAR Tlio old and reliable Saddle and In throwing your money away Harness House of No A CHOICE OF TWO BLESSINGS O tell me whlca is best to Tbe clrl aba coes to cottoce AdiI ilallj her nervons liltlo head take ausages wlLh LBovleilge vti SIMULATING DISEASE STRANGE CASES MET WITH BY PHY- Â¬ SICIANS AND OTHERS How People Feign Injuries and Other Disa- Â¬ bilities Several Illustrations Taken from Life Dow tho Deceptions Aro Discov Â¬ A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM HOME OF THE DIAMOND FAMOUS FIELDS AND MINES IN SOUTH AMERICA AND AFRICA A Cblcaco 3Ian TTho Dreamed Tbat He Dreamed of Committing Suicide W PICKELS 26 Second Street by buying shoddy goods Gamed House stock of has a complete nest to a Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weight Soaps Oils and e erything else needed by persons who handle horseg In saving money by buying the best of everything at and none but the best material ued Gentlemens ladies and reasonable prices and lxvs Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Humes Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Linos Blind Bridies Whips and other things 8 IliE used on the farm Only experienced workmen em ployed It you want a Saddle you have When you make money by hundred to select from ranging a getting the in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 15J sets to select from ranging in price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from And tho cheapest to the best Some 1 in entirely new in Curry Combs Tlu handso nest lot ol lap Cloths Exactly what i it broo ht to Richmond 41- Â¬ Saddles Manufactured to Order Or one ot the domestic kind Who lias ao higher miss on Than malng ot a homo designed To better mans condition Ts known that females tsith an airs Abhor bousestcep4a erer And r obliged to do tbe same Arc any thing bat clever WbHe those wao are not built so ti Enjoy homes sweet beautcs And with a scutle lor tie heart Do skillfully Us duties Were we a Mormon we mfcht try Doth of these wifely treasures And so eosMse no end of pie With lnteUeetuat piesrares Dut as were not wo fa a must seek The girl who best Is aMe To nil our needs WaatReod is Itreek When ompty Is the table A doubte boaded crl m ght solve The quest o coeld we Had Iter One of her beads eeeltt then eroire The seiesce sore to UUad her The other bead the oee wed kiss Oeatd settle down to ooekteg Ah that corabtae woaMglre the Per wbleh all atea are leeMae U C Deds la GeedaUs San lst ONLY ONE MOTHER Yob hare only esc methor ay baf Whose hcjirt yea eaa gtaddes wltfajey Or oause It to aahe TiH ready to break Socherlsh that m itber ray bey Von have only ose mother who wlH Stick to you th eagii jood aad Uneteh And lore you Uthoee The world Is yeor toe So oare U r that tove Berer stW You have osly oae atother l pray That la the good path yea may a ley Who f ryeu weat snar Self saorSoo rare So wersh p Uut eihor slway Yea bare oeiy eee mother to oahe A botae ever swoet for yew iakc Who tesls day sad Bight For yea with delbl To help her all pales erer take Yea hare o ly eae siethor te aies When she has dnertoi freea th Se lore and revwre That mother white here Seteetlrae you wont know her dear list Y Q hare only oae mother Jast eoe Rsraenber that always my sea Xoee ran or w II do What she as tor yoa What hare yoa far her erer deee H Do- d- la Detroit Free Fress 1 11 Best of EYerytlims ered A man apparently In great bodily pain was found lying upon tlie sidewalk at Front and Chestnut streets by a police-Â¬ man Tho man bad fallen all in a heap and his story was that ho had been way Â¬ laid and beaten A patrol wagon was summoned but when an attempt wa3 made to place him in the vehicle he com- Â¬ plained of slich exquisite pain it was found necessary to discard tho patrol wagon and to carry the man on a stretch- Â¬ er to a hospitaL On arriving at tho lat- Â¬ ter institution ho was carefully removed from tho stretcher to a cot in the receiv- Â¬ ing ward and although handled very tenderly the change of position seemed to aggravate his suffering Singularly enough when the surgeons made an ex- Â¬ amination it was found that when a pin wa3 stuck In any portion of tho mans body below tho neck he apparently failed to feeNt and the natural conclusion-unde- r tho circumstances was that he had suffered a spinal injury It was then proposed to placo tho patient under an anaesthetic tvith the view of performing an operation but when tho man heard this he jumped off tho cot and darted quickly out of tho hospital gate and was soon lost to view Ho had been playing possum but for what reason will perhaps never bo known Â¬ TO AVOID THE DRAFT yonFant ILL W m PAPERi -- At th- e- LOWEST PRIGE AU Our Grand Ctearaitee Sale of Walt Paper wa a perfect btieeeeas SI 5T or this you can do by getting your FALL and WINTER THE OLD BACHELOR Ho Gil on Kbhmiiik Because we IumI made np miiMl lo II eery nrit of the Inst hiwhis gumta iiuiuitler at wittit price they ltttd to IkowM Blaitkf utHit at 5 e Hts to IZ the finest EHtiHHl GoMh at 15 cetiU Tiny all went the la rail of tliem Consequently we have Beai M Fool ani Momr DFJEtOlVE US lo 1 X Old Ms Left WE STOCK OF HTAKDLE -- SIJUJY A TKEMKMMMS HEW GOODS eteaet fi in xii BOOTS SHOES HATS the to the finest liaml CAPS tJe gootife iu ettMits varieties awl at COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods Prices Lower Than Ever heard of it tMs or any other city in the Union ami remember COME ANLD SEE US Yf c Will Sot Be Undersold Â¬ t any iu tbe land Tlie public centrally are invited to iateot goods and Your ubedieitt feervaut 1 net a GEO 1 WALLACE 1 RICE M WILLGING rar A Great Book Given Decorator in Paint and Paper Away A Trdl kaowBCitisea who altboagh ap proacnias the sere aul yellow tear as a bacheisr ami who promises to remain in the same uaoomfortable laredieatacat uuui bis poor lisping stamflwrin tongue it Mlent 5a tin grave pave a brief expUnatkm f bta oeiibaoy recently to the Kebraska Slate Journal man I have always bad tbe Btost intonso ad eiiratioa for women be said aa adraira tioa tbat ae coud not wither or custom italc aad tbat Is why I aai goinjf it akme t am afraid that if I were to marry I would Xoltow Ute track trodden by so many ad Talrora of women and eventually bo kaovrn as a boysebold tyrant and perhaiis worse As it is I Iihvo the aiobt finite ccn bMaptfer a man yrim do iioi love and Jherbih bis vilc until I bo cows i otne borne bat if I Wore tolna1 h blushing bride to the attar bow do I know thai wouldnt be sued for divorce in a year or two for cruelty and neglect liuinan nature is as weak as water cud no man knows lunisclf I bare seen bndcirrooms manifesting an aflectMm for their young wives tbat was fciaipty seraphic and a few months later I hae seen the wives splitting wood in the back yard wbiie tbe busbaiids sat on thi porch playiaKbigh five tvitb tbe neighbors Mrabhorreocefor those husbands was be yond expression and t would not be hated by others so intensely for a ducal coronet 80 ratber than trust myself as a star husband I will continue to aJmire women from a disbtiwe and make preparations for a rather lonoly carwr in tbe sunset of life Retterto be somewhat blue yourself now and then tliin to make the bfo of another a long strotcb of misery Himirsi faar WttVi Vit TaUlng rjntc Such cases are not Infrequently met with by physicians in their regular prac- Â¬ tice and at hospitals and other charitable institutions Either to excite sympathy or from other motives people sometimes cultivato the power of simulating dis eases These individuals are known to the medical profession as malingerers and they become particularly numetous on Certain occasions During the civil War at tho time conscriptions were made it was surprising to seo tho number of able bodied men limping along with canes and apparently suffering with rheuma- Â¬ tism or other crippling ailments WMIo it is not always easy even for an expert doctor to detect between real and sim- Â¬ ulated disease yet ho can generally dis- Â¬ tinguish between tlie genuine and feigned rheumatism by the manner in which a man plants his cane on tho pavement To understand tho difference it is only necessary to watch a man who carries a cano to assist him in walking and one who flourishes a cane for pleasure Among tho disorders generally simu- Â¬ lated arc fainting and epilepsy Both havo been eo well counterfeited as to havo been mistaken for genuine cases It is only when heroic measures are proposed that the imposition is disclosed Not long sinco an up tofrn physician while pass Â¬ ing an open air religious meeting on Broad street had his attention attracted to a middle aged woman apparently suf- Â¬ fering with an epileptic attack She was surrounded by a group of sympathetic biett and women and ono of tho latter had procured from a neighboring resi- Â¬ dence a pinch of salt Tho woman re-Â¬ covered consciousness however without tho use of tlie latter remedy On the following Sunday tho physician noticed the same woman in church and thinking she might bo seized with another spell took a seat several pews from her Sure enough ad attack came oh to tlld discomfiture of a number of nervous peo- Â¬ ple Tho poor woman was carried out to the vestibule of tho church and the physician followed Tho seeming epilep- Â¬ tic seizure passed off in about five min- Â¬ utes FEIQXCfa DEAFKESS Fines Carriages HEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vefcMes are all new and of the rv latest patterns They are for sale u i lie most reasoBabie terms If you i uit a vhiele eome and ee Be and 3 J w niit g home without one 3 IKEIIE IH THE PRAYING MANTIS A Japanese IiiM ct VI hlch la as Comical an It Is Harmless Tho genuine lover of animals finds 111 their acts aod habits aa endless fund oi amusement It is said tbat there are many extraordinary insects in Jatoan but for real eccentricity the praying mantis is supremo among them lie is thus described by Hon Lewis Wragficid who is evidently cap ble of noting all I ho creatures points Now and then a praying mantis would call aad bh performances would amuse mc for an hour a large top heavy creature first cousin to the grass hopper dciighlfuMy out of drawing with a slim waist in the wrong place protruding eyes which give an expression of preternatural wakefulness a pair of arms twice too long and bands a sfae too large These when he is molested he clasps together in mute petition Ho has a little round month of tUo prunes and prism order His energy and vital power do him credit iu sock a climate and are a reproach to languid mortals He climbs with much difficulty up the paper wiodow scrcoB and tottcrsalongtbeceiling his great eyes gazing inquiringly at the queer haunt of man Suddenly lie loses his bohl and falls flop upon your head You seize him and are about to punish hi Jlf L L1 I PJTmiT mi JOHN DONELSOX -- WE CARRY NONE BUT THE tio3ac3vso3srx BEST GOODS and as our ntoek is not large we are eontiiitiBlly renew inir it and therefore our block Is ALWAYS FRESH We Company and ill mlof the bes t varieties ofkeep on hand kI I liave purchased the property of the Bit be MAr Cash ttt ail -city 13- Tlie jard Is easy of aoeess Persons Jet iriiig t ltttut their own coal will have to crass the railroad yGive us one trial and you will I refHeetfully mjwest a liberal pat-- r- be convinced tiMKe of the citiEeu of both county GOAL T S BRONSTOX and in consequence our prices are improve bis mind Such a plea is not to bo resisted and ac cordingly he is released Presently he resumes bis investigations and tumbles Into a jam pot from which be has lo bo rescued and bis wings gently cleaned He is a comical visitor vastly entertaining in his way awkward and restless bat doing Injury to no one- - Cbristlau Union Â¬ temerity At once be pats his hands together his eyes assume a sad deprecatory expression his round mouth seems to say I cant speak or I would Let me go Surely 3 ou would not barm one who is so anxious to The next Sunday tbero was a repetition of tho attack Tho woman who was a stranger tg tho consregation was again taken to tho vestibule and the physician who had previously attended her was again called upon Thinking that the attack was simulated ho pro- Â¬ posed that a settco should be procured and tho woman carried through the street to a police station In a twink Â¬ ling the woman sprang from tho chair tn which she had been placed hurried from the building and has nut since ap- Â¬ peared at the church Ono of the methods adopted to mis- Â¬ lead is to feign deafness Tliis is one of tho tricks resorted to by men who desire to avoid being placed upon juries Gen- Â¬ erally however the judges aro ablo to fathom the deception and by tho use of a little stratagem it is easily exposed Men who simulate deafness will clasp an ear in tho palm of tho hand and lean forward as though tho auditory nerves Were strained to catch what was said In an unguarded moment tho supposed deaf man is asked a question in an ordi- Â¬ nary tone to which he generally replies and his deception is unmasked As a rule however illness and other physical disabilities are simulated by people who wish to avoid work or who desire- to obtain admission to some in Â¬ stitution whore they may live without cost to themselves and sometimes by convicts with tho hope of bettering their condition In fact very many diseases aro feigned but in the hands of a skill- Â¬ ful physician they aro soon exposed A common method of simulating apoplexy is by falling down as if deprived of sen Â¬ sation and consciousness Powerful stimulants an electric shock the appli- Â¬ cation of hot water or an irritation of tho nostrils quickly detect tho imposi- Â¬ tion Philadelphia Ledger y BLEACHING Exceedingly Low IIAGAN 29 THE HAIR The Yilo Compounds Tbat Aro Usodln thr According to Medical Glassies recent analyses havo shown tbat the preparations for bleaching the hair to tho delicatf goion shade so much admired by the court circles of Europe aad the best society of tbe United States to quote from a label on one of tlie bottles all depend upon tbo discolor ing and corrosive lBcaence of nascent ox v gea or nascent chlorne Tbo basis used in thcvariotti nostrumc for this purpose art peroxide of hydrogen aqua rcjria and bronzers acd Peroxide of hydrogen i tbe mildest most innocuous of the trie named It La a colorless liquid whcb de stroys tbe natural color of tbo hair and which if used loag encash tarns It an tin natural grayish white It Is rather expen sive and it ts therefore used much lest than the two other acids It produces ores upon tbu scalp aad gives rise to skin com plaints tbat resemble tetter sak rbcain and srakl bead Tbo two acids are eqoatJy vile Tbey attack and cat tbo hair and Bkin alike Tbo former they partly blotch and partly burn to a haucsomo gold color tbe latter th y stain 1 about tbe same hue af does a ligut appucatkio of kiduie Besides the dermatologic trocb cs named they cause maladies Imixby distinguishable from oczeaia and erythema One eorioos disease tbat tbey cause is an iuflammaUoa of tbe ceils of the hair follicles Tbo cellular walls break down and lymph and often bleed is cxtravusatcil 111 aprocjable q ion titles Alt three bases prodoro falling ut of the bair and premature b bin ess 5nnlojs Iraellcn 011EXAULT J A G WILLIAMSON CITY KKG1NBBK Civil Engineer and Surveyor I DR RICE FwiJ years at 37 Court Place sow at al ftir Railways Turn Roadway Estimates given c Farm draiwwge Town Lotb laid off Surreys made kp 3SSSSMoisrillelKy A nfdmzfy c4aele4 axd legaBy ajoalakd ptyaadaa and th xMtsaeeaaflvuLljrnctlevfll fmra Â¬ GENERAL LAND SURVEYS I nes retraced peeial attention given tojHtgraptiieal maps and plats of frnw and other lands Correapoud MrfieHed with parties interested t 4 tmrveye of lands Iu mountain coun- Â¬ ties f Kentucky fiS Oflice City Hall BIchmondKy i Cnrei all forms of PRIVATE CHRONIC and SEXUAL Disi EASES Spermatorrhea and ImpolonCT la mlh Kml ckoeuei Is mft- u imdator RxlltMl aiMi if iramti Dtuw ef tvbu Dfein IKory rtj Caafuioa mt Una U t fc isl tvnt ti Mfadtttel uUrMkfMtf Untpmlm fcbttM 55 9 aalcilicand ttitmtmtTfinutiatumiJcUb w II U KttnUcxt 0t a p7 rinUl itKmSoa liianuiaduitfiliKuti urf trtatte j ibnainj m aUU HiliTa StES4 tnmtam GLEET Strican tiwt tfrcutu iiih Gonorrhea a7 I X AS FAHBiSH- - w b ctnnosuAjiG- - ul mbl CkarM NwLiv ryandEioSiasc We have erected a new and commo-Â¬ dious Livery ami Sale Statdr corner of rd and InriBe xtreeta Richmond Ky xtnd ask tlie punlie lo give ns a trial nll ciprau uyvban Cores Guaranteed in all Undertaken ty Icttar tr UKHalioM nnualtr TWIttiacltTArtrauaMM rkjaidauitBialtam taoarolrattt mm4piuein ki AllUaU bj r aadllelaaca Jctraicfr Coxes lurMeL OfK0taaaituuxadanMlaRlr eaMtarlfclRT Off onu SaMil b rax fcr ail Mm u lri OOMterifraBfJJIUr K SsaiUjaxlarK u4 Miij1ijC1fT PRIVATE COUNSELOR variably go In for black To keep up the deception two If not three applica- Â¬ tions a week are necessary and ono cus- Â¬ tomer of mlno had mo visit him every alternate day for over three years Dye ing the hair kills it in time and makes it brittle and thin during tho process while tho number of scalp diseases sacrificed at the shrino of vanity is legion Several barbers now decline all dyeing business and I am ono of the number But in years gone by I did my share and ad- Â¬ mit having made a quantity of money at it The acids used are so strong that they positively make tho fingers sore and as tho scalp is much more sensitive than tbo fingers the tortures endured by those who subject their heads to con- Â¬ stant irritation in this manner can bo more easily imagined than described Interview in St Louis Globe Democrat Hair dyeing is not entirely a feminine fadorvicowliichcveryouliketocallit It is exceptional for men to tako tho trouble and suffer tbe annoyance and even pain which continual bleaching and dyeing entail But somo men aro guilty of tho weakness and they arc not all actors or men who live by their wits and personal appearance Ladies generally prefer gold but men who aro dissatisfied with tho natural color of their hair almost in- Â¬ - HORSES HITCHED OR FED SSSSSffsflj ftgSSalJEBKEl9v9SLssl AT REASONABLE KATES Saddle riw8 horses and buggies hired at low J 15 PARRISII CDXSIKOUAM I HASRISOHD MILLER i9 IRVINE STREET Next Doer to Post CMRcc Purniture Eepairing AKD UPHOLSTBBING Done Fromptlr TE STYLE CARPETS LAID IN GivefaiesaClU 24 The Printer Did It A well known Australian writer a very bad penman in mentioning the Worth lis WelpJt In Gold The most T luable 1 00k in the worid is name of a certain lady In on article said soul to be a IL brew Bblo at the Vatican la she was renowned for her graciousnes3 For charity tho com- Â¬ Porae In 115 Poe Jnlius then iu groat and charity yu- - positor read chastity Tho author on financial struiu rutjsed to sell it lo dicaeof ricUTc ctian Jiws f r its weight seeing a proof recognized at once that m geld Tbe Eile wegus mere than S3 there was an error but unable to re- Â¬ njjmts rod is rover carried by ls than member the word ho had used in placo Urc o men 1 e price rcftiscd 1 y Pope marked the proof with J1 s as tberefrro ao of chastity 7 to refer tbo jit loo t i saJ was orli at It as what Is called a query printer to his MS When the article ap- Â¬ ci wlm - n jv w peared tho writer who had Intended Eiqreiico thn Only Text to pay a pretty compliment to the lady I always sajil- - whsn I sen articles in the was surprised to read that sho was paricrs tciliag people now tbey may know renowned - uimoad and i w to 100 cr aa icxtoiion chastity fjn for her graciousoees and Verdict for plaintiff 3 by some bantjy and sirape test Itraatbe Cone Tbenleanbo scilf iUo diamonds ai COO sterling with costs San Francisco genuine ones mal e their moiT bv pdming laert rff on smart pv lo woo Lave some Fresh Water Freshness Wi rale of tautr o test to rppy to Tbo hazing of freshmen seeni3 to bo Lhem 7o bero is ivr v to judge dia confined to what arc known as the fresh Â¬ monds and tbat s bv 1 nj exprruaica dur trg wtikh Uwy lu lucn ncler tho eye water colleges of late Tho oider and cuasluitiy aad hvo bjen haudieJ every larger colleges liavo pretty thoroughly day Diamond oxjtcrj arc still vahwble outgrown tills species of barbarism Tho men They won J not b3 if there was a sooner tho smaller institutions catch up e mpio test tbatany 009 coud apply to tbe with tho times the better for all con Â¬ stoaes A Placjopd Esfert m Jowalws cerned Boston Herald t -- aut V3 1 an n Â¬ Weekly - wero very productive of stones of great size and brilliancy Asia controlled tho diamond markets for years and only lost its hold when early in tho eigh- Â¬ teenth century somo natives of Brazil wero found playing at cards They were using stones for counters and these stones wero rough but very valuable diamonds This was in tho province of Minas Geraes in which mines wero worked as early as 1720 and where diamonds aro still found When the news of tho first discovery spread there was a rush of fortune hunt- Â¬ ers to Brazil and gems wero hunted in very singular style Every bird that came within range was shot and tho contents of its craw inspected with greedy eagerness and often with great success Small diamonds wero also oc- Â¬ casionally found in the stomachs of slaughtered animals and this led to a careful overhauling of every carcass On ono occasion a gem of seven carats was found in tho tangled locks of a negro slave Scores of slaves liad their wool shaved off at once but no diamonds were found by the barbers While tho ignorant were hunting In this irregular manner and trusting to chance tho moro experienced wero dig- Â¬ ging mines The best diamonds wero found near tho surface and only ten or twelvo feet of soil was removed The soil was of tho usual diamond indicating nature It was piled in small heaps by tho side of a natural or artificial stream and washed in long trouglis by slaves Tlie overseers decupled seats on elevated ground or on stands erected for tho pur-Â¬ pose and wero ablo to watch tho washers vdry closely Tho slaves washed with great care for tho finding of a diamond of eighteen or moro carats was rewarded with freedom and many hundred slaves were lucky enough to secure their papers in this manner In 1754 tho Bahia mines wero discovered and moro recently diamonds havo been found in many other provinces of Brazil In some years tho value of tho gems experted lias exceeded 3000000 of recent years however tho output has not been so heavy At first Brazilian diamonds wero not popular In Europe and there was an idea that they were off in brilliancy and generally inferior to the Asiatic article But this was evidently niero prejudice for somo of the South American gems hare a world wide repu- Â¬ tation Tho Star of the South an ir- Â¬ regular dodecahedronweighed 124 carats when cut and an octahedron found in tho same mine weighed nearly as much The great diamond fields of today aro in South Africa whero tho production has been so great as to cause apprehen- Â¬ sions as to tho maintenance of prices In 1867 John OReilly while traveling in the Transvaal ate dinner at tho house of a settler named Nelkirk On tbe table there was a collection of Orango river stones and OReilly selected one which ho believed to be a diamond and asked if ho might tako it Ho was referred to its owner a bushman named Jacobs who parted with it without a moments con- Â¬ sideration Mr OReilly sent tho stone to Dr Atherstone of Graham Town and received 2000 for it Tho gem weighed 21 carats and wason view at tho Paris exhibition OReilly and Acting Civil Commissioner Boyes used tho 3500 as working capital and commenced a pros- Â¬ pecting tour after diamonds Others joined them but for over two years their efforts were unsuccessful and they wero unable to find any dia mondiferous earth But in 18C9 Mr Nelkirk traded about 3000 worth of cattle for tho famous Star of South Africa diamond which had been found by a Hottentot Tho trado proved an excellent one for tho wonderful dia- Â¬ mond was speedily sold by its new owner for 30000 or about 40 per cent of its value The Star weighed 83 carats in tho rough and 40 carats when cut It formed the most striking feat- Â¬ ure of tho Countess of Dudleys famous collection of jewels During the year 1870 tho rush to tho Transvaal com- Â¬ menced Fully 10000 miners deserted California and Australia for South Africa and huge mining camps were established in likely and unlikely spots Few of tho newcomers wero experts in diamonds or diamond seeking and for a timo results wero far from encouraging Tho Orango River Valley was exam- Â¬ ined by prospecting parties and finally abandoned Then tbero was a rush up the Veal river to where tho town of Barkly now standi- - Hero was tho center of tho rich diamond district and for- Â¬ tunes wero speedily made by somo of tho pioneers The usual drawbacks of mining camps fever famine and hos- Â¬ tile natives beset tho miners and many perished Tho nearest town was at Port Elizabeth over 600 mile3 distant It cost 250 for team hiro and provisions and largo numbers who wero without funds started on foot only to perish by the way Tho conveyances wero heavy wagons very stoutly built and without Not less than eight span of springs bullocks had to bo hitched to each wagon which had to be dragged over rocks Fortitude Born of Ixivo across rivers and through forests jerk- Â¬ It was in tho year 1880 in a third rato ing tho riders off their seats and destroy Â¬ city called Ncufchateau in the depart Â¬ ing tho baggage Explosives could not ment des Vosges France about noon be hauled owing to therfoncussion Tho road now 13 easief to travel and a that wo were passing my father and myself in front of a storo where in ad- Â¬ railroad has been built along it tho re-Â¬ Â¬ dition to hardwares supply of ammuni- Â¬ sult being many moro luxuries and combut in tho 70s tho tho tion was kept for tho use of a regiment forts for life miners hazardous ono and was a miners there Suddenly we heard a terrible ex-Â¬ although several got rich many moro plosion and being either thrown or hav Â¬ either died in tho camps or went home ing unconsciously ran I know not invalided which wo at any rato found ourselves The first fivo mines in operation wero about twenty yards from where tho ex- Â¬ tho De Beera Dutoltspan Bultfontein plosion occurred and could seo part of Colesberg Kopsjo and Kimberley These havo held first placo in importanco tho roof in tho street and have recently been Wo had hardly reached tho building against all rivals a syndicate controlled incorporated into when a man came out of it covered with by tho De Beers Consolidated Mino com- Â¬ powder his hair and beard burning and pany St Louis Globe Democrat large pieces of flesh hanging from his BlutTed on a Sore Thing face and bare arms Never will I forget There were two of the men in our gang tho horror of tho sight his flesh was charred and his clothes partly burned of Pennsylvania oil well drillers and As he reached the sidewalk ho looked blasters who wero constantly fooling around and called a namo I did not with tho nitro glyccrino They would Receiving no answer he went tako chances to mako your hair stand on catch right back into that burning furnace end and the trouble was they imperiled and in a few seconds came out bearing tho safety of many others One of their in his arms his child a girl of C or 7 favorito pastimes was to get out after noonday lunch and toss a two pound can Those nearer to him heard him say My darling aro yon hurt Oh you of stuff as far as they could heave it I are hurtr Whilo the poor little thing moro than one saw them stand fifty kept saying No papa I am not hurt feet apart and on three or four occasions not at all you are burning think of saw the can miss their clutch and fall to yourself and yet tho blood was trickling the earth Our foreman and all tho from her forehead where tho flying other men did a great deal of swearing Both re- Â¬ over this foolishness and once tho men debris mado a deep gash covered though disfigured for life At were discharged for It but they wero the time 1 thought there was not only taken back after a time and as we grew one hero but two Cor Philadelphia more used to the stuff wo took more chances Press One day tbe men got out with their One ITay to Cook a Babbit can and as the fun was about to begin A couple of Augusta disciples of Nim our foreman said rod whilo on a recent gunning trip after Boys that nonsense will bo the death a hard days tramp succeeded in bagging of you yet a small rabbit They knew that the ani Â¬ Bet you ten to fivo It wont replied mal was good eating but as to how to ono of them cook him properly they were not as well Yes and ni bet ten to one It wont posted They pondit 1 long on the sub- Â¬ bluffed tho other as ho shook his wallet ject until the pangs cf hunger demanded at tho foreman immediate action cf wme eort when The latter failed to cover and as he they tied bunny up by thi hind legs and sauntered off down tho hill I followed A housewife does picked him as thr him Wo had walked about 200 feet a hen They said b was good eating when wo were suddenly lifted up and just tlie same wit f exception of an thrown flat to tho earth and t6en fol-Â¬ oh bad escaped lowed a crash which seemed to havo occasional tuft of n the picking proceso I e nebec Journal rocked tho continent As soon as wo could got up wo ran back to the derrick Ho Had Deen There or where tho derrick was It had disap Â¬ - Railroad Superintendent to applicant peared as well as our shanty and on for position You wero formerly cm the site was a holo into which you could ployed as conductor on the P YondX have dumped a cottage Not tho eligbt Applicant Yes sir cet scrap of tho two can tossers could be IJailroad Superintendent Did you ever found and the foreman and I stood for knock down several minutes staring into tho cavity Applicant No sir Then he suddenly slapped his leg waved want his hand in disgust and growled Railroad Superintendent I dont a Â¬ yon then Iwtaonco a conductor myWhat a two story fool I was no to self Epooh tiioic betar New York Sun - Ever havo a dream within a dream and get tbo two all mixed up asked the man at tho club whoso specially is dreams Well I had ono the other night tbat has mado mo think some about It since I thought I was walking west In a mighty disconsolate frame of mind and wondering if after all lifo didnt cost pretty much all it was worth when I came to tho Madison street bridge I stopped and looked over the rail and fell to calculating how it would feel to tako a plunge in tho slimy depths tyid how much attention It would at Â¬ tract If I were to climb over the 6ido and jump I liad always thought that any Â¬ body who ever contemplated suicidowas a great fool to ever start for the other world by way of the Chicago river but at this timo I didnt 6eem to hang quite so closely to my former prejudice and was looking down at tlie black surface In a rather friendly way when somebody stopped ot tho rail a few feet away from me heaved a sigh and put his foot up on tho lower board At a glanco I saw tho man was a friend of mlno whom I Iiadnt seen for several years and who I supposed to bo In Frisco I spoke to him and he turned with a startled exclamation of annoy- Â¬ ance recognized me and waited for mo to speak I asked him what ho was going to da He looked at mo as mourn- Â¬ fully as tho spirits in tho Inferno did at Dante and said Im going to jump over this rail Into tho river I asked him what ho intended doing anything so foolish as that for and ho told mo with tears welling up to his eyes that the girl ho loved was dead I sympathized with him with all my heart because 1 was in a precisely similar fjjc but I told him ho was foolish and that while it was natural for him to feel liko that for awhile he would soon real- Â¬ ize that it was tho height of folly to at-Â¬ tempt to remedy matters by dodging out of tho world in this irregular and alto-Â¬ gether disgraceful fashion 1 brought all tho philosophy I could muster to bear on tho caso and plumped it all at him but ho never wavered Ho shook hands with me told mo to walk on and leave bint and turned to look over into tho river again Of course I didnt comply with his request The horror of allow- Â¬ ing a human being to rush to death overpowered mo with a shocking senso of realization and I remember thinking how differently things affect persons when applied to others than tho same conditions applied to ourselves I persisted in my efforts to dissuade the would be suicide from his rash act but he was obdurate and finally seeing that I wouldnt relent ho mado a spring and threw one leg over tho rail I grabbed him to drag him back and then began a struggle I saw some peoplo running from the end of tho bridge but before they reached us my acquaintance loosened my grip on tho rail and flopped mo over riverward and together wo felL It seemed liko wo wero falling to tho center of tho earth and I felt the cold sweat stand out all over me Then wo struck thd Water and I awoke I held my breath involuntarily as I went down wbjch as a swimmer I was bound to do and when I came up I had an excellent opportunity of testing my ability to swim with all my clothes on I saw tho peoplo running down tho stairs to tho dock to help me and I stnick out val Â¬ iantly for tho shore When I reached it a rope was thrown mo and I was dragged oolr wherd tho bridge tender up on l and several Others proceeded to abuse mo for a blankety btank idiot Who ought to havo been left to drown I tried to tell them that it was all a dream and that I didnt know tho first thing about it till I struck tho water but they looked at mo with tho most pro- Â¬ found disdain and said Oh you wcakenedl You ant got no moro nerve n a rabbit Then tho brldgo tender grabbed me by the dank neck of my dripping coat and took me up the steps and turned mo over to a policeman who called a wagon and loaded mo into it I was rattled away to tho station while tho officers in the wagon swore at mo and tho people on the streets turned to look after mo curiodsly At tho station 1 was intro- Â¬ duced as a blank blank fool who jumped in the river and then changed his mind and yelled for help I hadnt yelled for help and I knew it but I thought Id let that pass inasmuch as I had been in the river The desk sergeant asked mo my namo and put it in his book with a charge of disorderly opposite and I wns hustled down stairs to bo locked up On tho way down the officer gave me a shove and I tripped and fell headlong down five steps and struck my head That was when I did awalfo Every Â¬ thing was dark and it took as much as a full minute to realize tliat I was in my own room but half out of bed The part of mo that was in bed was my feet The rest of me had fallen out and my head bad collided with a box of books sitting at my beds head Luckily the bruise was oh the back of my head whero it didnt show If it had been on my face I would have been a sight I didnt go to sleep again for an hour and you can bet when I did I was located exactly in tho middle of tho bed But wasnt that a funny complication of dream fanciesT Chicago MaiL How tho Precious Stones TV ere First Dis Â¬ covered Searching the Stomachs of Slaughtered Animals Talnable Gems Which Were Bonsht for Small Sums and at ono time the mines near Golconda Diamonds were flrst found in India The Pampero A strange natural phenomenon is the pampero a South American storm wind which is described by tho author of Hearts of Oak who first made iu acquaintance during a stay at Montevideo A light breeze had been blowing from tbe northeast but had steadily increased in force and brought with it the heated 1 Think Carefully and bay from ns air of tho tropics which passing over a 2 Decide Wisely Tho Best is the Cheapest treeless pampa country exposed to tho burning sun rays of a clear sky so 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered warms up tho atmosphere on tho shores of tho Rio do la Plata that its effect upon 4 Work Diligently Until You Keach Our Place 216 W Main human beings is exceedingly bad 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto This state of things generally lasts for mveek or longer until tho stifling heat 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Knojtf Osl becomes unbearable and tho inhabitants are seen resting in grass hammocks or 8 Buy Frequently If You Would Please Us lying on baro floors incapable of exer 9 Sell Reasonably lias Ever Been Our Aim tion However relief is closo at hand A littlo cloud no bigger than a mans 10 PAY PEOMPTLY Is Our Earnest Bequest hand is first seen to riso abovo tho water then tho heavens grow black with clouds and tho battle of opposing winds Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimatoly lead you begins to success and and make us happy The pampero advances with its artil- Â¬ lery well in front forked flashes of vivid lightning followed by peals of thunder bear down upon the foe who quite up to tho moment of attack is fiercely dis- Â¬ charging its fiery breath on the surround- Â¬ ing regions Tho inhabitants now climb --DEALERS IN- on theazoteas or flat roofs to watch tho struggle and to bo tho first to participate in the delicious relief brought by tho ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE pampero to their fevered bodies WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Far out on tho river a curious sight may bo seen the opposing waves raised Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material by the rival winds meet like a rush of ALL KINDS of METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING cavalry in wild career their whito horses with foaming crests dash themselves FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS against each other and send clouds of HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS dazzling spray high in tho air this being backed by an inky sky renders tho scene FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC ETC most imposing Gradually tho northeaster gives way followed closely by its enemy the pam- Â¬ LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US pero which throws out skirmishing cur-Â¬ rents of ice cold wind in advance of Its final onslaught Then comes the roar of the elements and a deluge such as no 41- ono would willingly encounter and Richmond Ky July 10 1889 cooler weather isAitablished for tho time being THE 10 COMMANDMENT GENTRY SHACKELPODGEHTHY Heathen Rods Iu Uer Ears A physician of my acquaintance was called in recently to seo an old lady who resides in her own houso ha tho Third ward It was his first call and ho had never seen tho lady before Sho lay on a couch neatly attired with her gray hair in a cluster of small curls at each side of her head Doctor she said I havo sent to con sultyou on a very serious matter I havo for a long timo suffered from pains in the head and havo consulted many physi Â¬ cians without receiving any benefit Yes- Â¬ terday I accidentally swallowed a fish- Â¬ bone and while coughing it up felt a singular sensation in my left ear I put up my hand and drew this from my ear She extended toward tho doctor a small leaden statue of Napoleon such as used to bo sold on tho streets years ago In a little glass bottle You drew this from your ear asked tho doctor Yes doctor I did was tho reply and I have been much easier ever since The doctor examined her ear and found it perfectly natural Ho didnt know what to say but ho thought a good deal I want you to do something for me sho continued for I am satisfied there is another heathen god liko this in the other ear for it is a heathen god I have no doubt How do you suppose It got there tho doctor asked I think Ezekielor ono of the minor prophets must havo put two of these heathen gods in my ears when I wa3 a child Now doctor I want you to prescribe something to bring out the heathen god from tho right car Swallow another fishbone said the doctor as ho left the room in high dudgeon Brooklyn Citizen Tho French Ancler During the siege of Paris in spite of tho shells- that sang overhead and of tho Prussian sentinels on tho lookout for a mark a great many of these bold sports- Â¬ men risked their lives outside tho city fortifications and went taquiner lo gou jon on tho banks ot tho Seine These aro tho enthusiastic anglers who count tho days and nights to tho opening day and who pas tho off season in a stato of settled melancholy These- aro tho men who know every inch of tho rivers banks and the holes in which tho quarry lies hid and who stand motionless hour after hour holding their breath heedless of rain wind and sun half mesmerized by tho gentle bobbing of the float on which their eyes aro fixed They will pass the night under a haystack in order to so curo at tho first streak of dawn a good place whero some legendary bite had occurred and which they havo carefully Though a ground baited over night careful man tio French fisherman never sells the contents of his basket he fishes for his family and the proudest hour of the day second only to tho rapturous moment of capture is when ho sees tho frituro placed upon tho tablo The gudgeon the roach tho eel tho tench the barbel the carp tho perch and tho pike are all welcome to tho anglers paste or maggot for fly fishing ho considers frivolous and as requiring a skill that is out of place hi so serious a pursuit But although the net lias almost swept the French rivers clear of fish it is against tho modest angler that tho law has ful- Â¬ minated its edicts Tho fisherman may not mako use of moro than ono lino and may only havo one hook at tho end of that line ho may not put his rod on tho ground but must hold it in his hand he is bound to leave the river at sunset and may not begin to fish till sunrise All tho Year Round VJiTACQrjAiirrED MUCH VALUABLE with the geography or the coohtht war obtaut IKTOHMATIOK FBOM A STXTDT OF THIS MAP Or THE CHICAGO ROGK ISLAND PACIFIC RgilWY Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of tbo Missouri River To all points East Nortn and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Dea Moines Chicago and via ALBEKT LEA BOUTE to Spirit Lako Pipestone Worttilnston Sioux Falls Water town Minneapolis St Pan and intervening towns and cities It is tha short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City It also constitutes It traverses vast areas of the richest forming and grazing lands in the world forming the speediest most popular and economical system or transportation to and from all cities towns and sections In Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City and Cold well Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palaco Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well vontilated and freo from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the Bass and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo maldng stops only at important in Â¬ tervening etatlons in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con- Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manltou Pikes Peak tho Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain porks mining camps and cities sanitary of Colorado resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions improvement Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modem enjoyment that can add to safety convenience comfort ond luxurious They also mako closo connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail Issued monthly or farther deslrod information oddrebs E ST JOHN General Maaaser JOHN SEBASTIAN CHICAGO ILL Oeal Ticket Pai Ageat RYANT STBATTQN Business College Book Krrplng Short Hand Tetegmphv Write for Catalogue and full AIIBOlfll I nformationtmJJl V laULaEia WM 1 IV Y Act AD RUFF uicxawiwriat U WATCHMfiKERJEWELER DEALER IN MILES THE SHORTEST BETWEEN 8 Hours the Quickest iMiau ENTIRE TRAINS In the Right Car Yesterday afternoon a Cottage Grove avenue cable train was hailed at Twenty fifth street by two ladies Tho train stopped A man on tho grip had turned half around to converso with a friend on the seat behind him Tho two wero occu-Â¬ pying four scats Ono of tho ladies who hailed the car tapped the forward man on the arm and asked if ho would kindly sit back with Ins friend and allow them to occupy hi3 double seat He could not do otherwise so ho complied but he grumb- Â¬ led tho whilo about women invading the smoking car when there was plenty of room for them in tho car behind Tho lady who had asked tho favor overheard the guttural remarks but she said noth- Â¬ ing Pretty soon she turned on tho man who had mado tho quiet objections There was a cigarette between her lips Wfil you kindly give me a light she asked as she reached out her little hand for his cigar He gazed at her in amaze- Â¬ ment but he handed over his torch The lady too a light and passed tho cigar bac with thanks Then sho gave her friend a light The rude objector wilted Ho will never again claim that the smok- Â¬ ers seats aro sacred to the men Tho lady in question knocked him out Chicago Herald Montenegrin Heraldry As the early pilgrims used to wear a scallop shell in tho front of tho hat in token of their having mado a pilgrimage to tho Holy Land so the Montenegrins havo adopted a national head dres3 which has peculiar significance It is a round flat topped cap of red cloth round Its side and just overlap- Â¬ ping its upper 6Urf aco is stitched a black band In a corner of tho red circle thus left at tho top is embroidered a semi- Â¬ circle in gold thread into which is often worked tho initials of the prince This cap has a symbolical meaning When tho old Servian kingdom was bro- Â¬ ken up and tho southwestern Sclavs be-Â¬ came subject to strango races tho wild mountain district of Montenegro alono preserved ita Independence so its inliab itant3 draped their red caps with black in mourning for their enslaved brethren The corner of gold on the red cloth is meant to represent Montenegro tho ono comer of liberty on the field of blood the ono freo spot of tho old Sclav Companion iW Watches Clocks Jewelryt Silver and TIME 27 HOURS BAOGAE CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS Plated ware etc Special attention given to JSKTTINCf DIAMONDS Run Through Without Change AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES 110 MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS THE QUICKEST BKXWBBN Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida done and In a workmanlike Promptly TIME 28 HOURS manner The Only Line Running Through Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jack- Â¬ sonville Without Clmuge REPAIRING t8T Dont forget the place next door to the Poat olllce Iticbmond Ky Jan4 tf THE SHORT IillsTB FSOM JUNCTIOX dXVTO CTWELLS G FBOARR CHATTANOOGA T WELLS GO BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JAQKSONv VIOKSBQRG MOBILE Close Connection Made at New Or leans with Southern Pacific and Texas Pacific for ThoOnlvGoalYard IB 10WI1 Texas MexicolS California t 12 Hours Quicker than any other Line Only a square from the Court house You dont have to send away out to Direct Connection Made at Sbreveport the depot with Texas and Paeifle By without Trawler for of Town Nothern Tezas Mesico OaHfornia Goal Delinred to Fart a7 and tha Wast Soft Goal and Anthracite Nat aid Lump Coal Quiokebt delivery prices Try up 17- Now open at Myers old lumberyard next to Sfcond PresUylerian church In lown Lowest address 9For Rates Maps Ac WOOLEY FK AN K W Trav Pass Agt Lexittgteu Ky or C 8 B ARRBTT Tjav Pass AgU Chtliwf Tern 3rQAVUT J tie g79nELI550 Geat ASgr D G Sdwarus Gen Pass Afct GiNOKiXJm 0 1 P7SSFS - X - - 32Z a0 sri a 5 F Print S ho Ws through LAND THE Frog wne- - iDNESPAYlNOVo BreJelli Concert ext Friday evening CLIMXj 1S89J C Urmston irUirselC Bennett I of their cloaks at cost tbe rest The Thanksgiving turkey is getting I jaij to bid adieu to earth Crooke v interfere rfth rnnU attending iconcejf Friday cvenln TheC rt RdorBvilI be thorourrhl cleaned ana win have on its best clothes andcur word for it you will think you are at the Grand or somewliere else musical talent orthe city under fbc he dlrcdtion of Mrill nr wmwh i ti Wil me rf fI program Dont i BredelU tjtmeerL Io anfUiinsr Monday Ofallth mean nasty THE ENCHANTED wet cold mud Â¬ Oil land or NtWS rAKAtariArHiS Robt MatthK of JJHzabellitown was n riled at Lnbelle Kansas to n young lady whom he liml never seen Misbecoming enguged through answering wmited corresptmileuce 111 Â¬ - I bt 1 r- A change of trains on the Kentucky Central Rail- road took place rJn Sunday November n C4- - -- nsi ijlerai2 nortn wil1 eave t 6 o ireet Jnb iggrns nave a A mVandllo ri m The Stanford train tasom ic Messrs will arrive at 10 a m and leave at r C Gormlcys 215 dewn twn c fficc at pm s The Lb ingston Jrain will arrive -- e Got BucVhct interferes John af I 45 a in and leaxe at 155 p m Q- n wnl oe JMing ai vjcuieciuwh axb The morning train now arrives in Cin cipnatiiat 1045 a- - m- - and tlic afternoon cer3e7h Mr P B Broaddos bought of S D train at 550 p m lor 5I5OO KtC jutm iuuu iiuuk Px The Bogs Sale -- i k Ttsu niVi Cu Suca The sale took place in the afternoon The cae of J O Emery for cutting and was fairly attended yearling cat Clark has been trans- - tie soldi for 2 1 E Giisai cents half rolangtis frcJt3 Fayette and Embry Is out ore heifers at jGo milch cows and calves 5 to 36 i suckljng colt 50 5 calves spring necessary to give the S per head r 1 yokcpt oxen S T c TParations borejpigs atf 5150 per thead t black evening contrtX next Bre T TIHinrr trie Kmtnht If - T t the great necessKyor agoqd opera j Srf ic vm lor 151 t nay sola at 41 cents per cwt oats at 42 cent per cwt corn at T e Bourbon Classical and Business 5W2 Pbarjel on stalk James Miller rented WE corn land at 710 per acre C Zr of North MkWtetownburued Loss jojooo insur--a- The safe was a success Lst T 1 MJJe Bredelh will swg iLo K C Ulianre in the arrival and departure uj - ys eld vt r -- l 1 fjg T TJ j5 r c 1 i Tolerably Well Satisfied It B ainc of LexmetoA relative ofl John St Georges of Florida and Emily G has been authorised to act as Lacinne of Louisiana ncer met until - 1 Vil Col Goodtoes successor they had been married a month The appointed engagement L - dy blowing raining snowing days last Monday was the chief conspirator The rain fell on each side under hat brims around the corners and through um- Â¬ brellas The snow came in gusts and pun met you coming and caught you going hit with a get there crack and soaked in quicker than grease in an old boot The wind blew from the north east south and west sliped through the cracks and crevices came in went out churned up and down and if you were not there hunted you up The day was a weather breeder a cold catcher an eye closer a shoe leaker a hat lifter a mud soaker and a grave opener in fact it was a day that would suit anybody or nobody Dig Cattle Sales Mr Joe Bales bought 5S head of 1525 lb cattle from Joe Gibbs 18 head of 1550 lb cattle from John F Wagers and 25 head of 1530 lb cattle from J B Ellison all at 4 cents They were bought for Nt Lehman Bro and were shipped Satur- Â¬ day to Newport New Mr Bales bought lot bead of 15751b cattle from Senator John D Harris 45 head weighing 1550 lbs from James Parkes 2S head v eighing lSto lbs from Parrish and Dounlas and ohead weighing 1560 lbs from W C Crooke all at 4 cents These were bought for Lehman Bros also and were shipped yesterday afternoon Mr Bales has bought in this county about 1200 export cattle weighing from 1500 to iSoo lbs at prices ranging from 4 to cents the same to be delivered in November and December Twas snakes and moonshine stills Where marshals raid and lgnotanco reigns Conld liquor How flntfi as thy rills Tlie noautalneer would know less pslns Tiir darkest delis moonshiners love Nor fear the rattlers poison bite Willi nml tun thy woods they rove Thy creatures then must flee from sight Thy children do detest the book For which their sires have fought and bled Cat love tbe dark and secret nook Whcro moonshine sleeps In its dark bed Drip Rock Ky -- Wiliielst Note The blnebnck speller is meant ds PERSONAL Dr L J Frazce is in Louisville telegraph office and pnqtollice will be Mr R II Alexander is the latest addi Â¬ established there nt once with ware houses store blacksmith sliojn 4c tion IoThe Climax force The Court of Appeals Ius decided Il Miss Addie Hunley is visiting the fami Â¬ ly of her brother-in-laMr Burns in nn appeal case from Rowan county that where under a prohibitory liquor Oklahoma law a physician has a right lo prescribe Col Breckinridge Viley of Woodford is liquor a a medicine and have it ad visiting CoL O H Chenault They are ministered to his patient a druggist going for a bird hunt who in good faith furnishes liquor Mr W H Smith Jr has been ap- Â¬ upon the prescription of a physician to pointed by Collector Burnam U S one whose condition as the same re- Â¬ Storekeeper at Silver Creek quires it does not violate tbe law Mr J C McDonald of Louisville which must be construed according to visited his daughter Mrs D A Shana its t pirit Â¬ Mr E W Wiggins is in Pincville Mr W R Letcher is in Birmingham Alabama When children tire about to choke lo death with diphtheria or croup U10 best thing for relief is to burn in the room a mlxtare of tar anil turpentine equal parts It was recommended by an eminent French pbyslcluii aud ha been the source of much relief Judge P P Johnson purchased of the Kentucky Iuid Company that portion of the farm ofMnS Henrietta Berkley lying between the Kentucky Union Railroad aud the llrynut sta- Â¬ tion turnpike coulaiiiing about 200 acres A passenger and freight depot wsa mnd at PjwIIiir N Y where the cow Is oh ned Home Journal In passing the flue farm and 20000 H Wilson near residence of Tim Hutchison Station the other morning There u gentleman in front of insuid resides on that pi ice tht neatest and best farmer In lln Sfaie of Kentucky Ills lands are always clear nf weeds This is a tact and his crops tbe best Mr Wilson is known as the model farmer of Bourbon He raises every year 50 to 75 acres of tobacco 1 00 to 200 acres of hemp and other things In proportion Paris Kentuckian An exchange says that every newspaper in the Stale should publish the fact thnt burnt corn is a sure euro for hog cholera and adds It was first discovered by burning a pile of corn be Â¬ longing to a distillery at Peoria Minn It was thrown to be hogs and eaten by them Before that time n number of them bad been dying eah day with Â¬ President J B SlincEq Louisville It 2V J Ky It It Cto DkakSir I have his day written W Nkw Albany Chicago Hy Office Vice lres Gen Manr Adams Express Building Chicaqo III Nov 2 1889 Louisvizjjs Remaining unclaimed in the Pot Office at Richmond Ky week ending LETTERS i8gor cholera but he disease Immediately disappeared It Is so simple a remedy Gazette that It can be easlty tried Nancy Hanke the Kentucky of whom so much hn three-year-o- ld been han at the Glyndon last week Arr n M c- well to tcr of stock vi doand feed 6ce CoT cutting fa merwho expects to wjpleiia grinding another column cros - offered for sale in t iv Cnu eJfr J Morton has been appointed Tudee to try the case ofjVIal in EstilL A special term of5 f r December iCth has TJeerF call1 L c purpose j cJR Deatherage land the rail- An lleiress in a Convent jls have agreed upon Harvey W Gibbs and T P Dudley asj MissKate Drejcel the second daughter C J Phila oners to assess the damages to of F A Drexel the c delphia Ranker and- - licircss to about bvlhe ranraad f 6000000 took the white veil of Noviti Â¬ M a Bredclli has been untiring in ate at the Content of the sisters of Mercy c vi n preparing to give a deKght in Uiat city la6t Thursday morning The f c -- la nment next Friday evening ceremony which was conducted by Arch- Â¬ the carpenters at ork and bishop Ryan of Philadelphia and the -a j J impromptu stage erected and Right Rev Bishop PhelShjTof Philadel- Â¬ to pieae our in readiness c phia was verywuprcsslvc and particular- Â¬ people rr ly exclusive xjone but the neare t and T re count has instituted a new dearest relative and friends of the postur nominating candidates for thq lant being permitted to enter within the r c cccs mi that of appobing av sacred walls j ce in each precinct to visit the c Jladison Xceds It t their homes and have them BoJIe county has adopted the new 1 r ballot6 in a sealed box to be rJ epened by the county commit- - method of nominating candidates for - - rccen ing the largest number county officers by a Board of Canvassers calling on each voter and receiving his arcJ the nominee ballot The effect of tins plan upon the liirjpg to purchase a delightful gentleman whose choice is variable is thus s -- n ome will find aH they ceuld described by the Danville Advocate s te new and elegant residence of These blood sucking floaters came here W C IV ton which he will selpubocly Saturday with empty sacks and the like Fr ij- November tb The place con expecUngvtoget lots of provisions but we U - id acres and will be sold in parcels areglad Ito state that so far as our ob- Â¬ of vj acres and then as a whole He servation went they returned home so scl at the same time all of his empty handed The canvassing ballot J household and Kitchen furni box system certainly was made in the See his advertisement right spirit and direction when the county The following from the Bourbon News committee so decided Frankfort Capiis c ar applicable to all of our towns tal G Sam well-known and courtship was by letter The marriage was by telegraph in order that the firiae could esecuta certain docu irientsin Kcw Orleans aspire St George without having to return It took a month to gef the business transacted and reach her husband The letter says he is4toleraby well satisGcd withhls bar- fgainaabut tthinks Ws wife lied about her age and sent him some other girls pict- Â¬ ure Eicr Thus SsaJ 5 Charlie Sharp a Harrison county man who failed to comprehend the handwriting on the walls of Ohio puts up the follow- Â¬ ing wail in the Cyntiiiana Courier For the information of those who seemed concerned I will state that I held a commission as storekeeper in the Inter- Â¬ nal Retenuc service from September iS73 to September 1835 a period of ten years but was out of employment about two j cars and a half in the meantime and will also state in this connection that u itli one or two exceptions I have contributed for campaign purposes in the last four years more than every store- Â¬ keeper and applicant for storekeeper in Harrison county and with one exception as much as any Republican in the county and yet my Republicanism is questioned the pie cut and inin claims ignored stead of the slice expected even a smell failed to reach me C W Sharp Â¬ General Bartleson Tavlor of Lexington Ky who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Amanda T Million for the past week has been quite sick Dr W U Martin of Kingston left yesterday for hs old home at Paducah He is to have a sale of his farm stock c at that place to morrow Messrs R French and W T Ogden of Clark came o er estcrday bird hunting That is rigljt boys when you want any of the good things of life come to Mad Uon Mr Harvey Ellison and wife Mr Joe Boggs and wife Mr James Boggs Mrs Squire Parrish Mrs Anne Oldham Mr W L Arnold and wife Misses Rose and Lily Turley attended the Brock Sessions wedding last Tuesday in Lexington Ky E M Huguely and Dr Lowe left Monday afternoon for Middles borough Ky where they will open a new drug store Dr Lowe is an excel- Â¬ lent druggist Mr Huguely is an enter- Â¬ prising energetic young man and the firm will certainly succeed in the land of Messrs booms Open Session Â¬ - sia te The Open Session of the Epiphyllidian Society of C U postponed from Novem- Â¬ ber Sth on account of the weather was held last Friday evening By 8 oclock the chapel was comfortably filled Messrs E P Tribble and C Chenault as declaimed Mr B T Cox as orator and Mr E G Parrish as essaj ist entertained the audience Their several productions were well prepared and well delivered by Clarences Dream Shakespeares Mr T Hobson was greatly enjoyed Is Ambition Commendable was ar- Â¬ gued pro and con by Messr B F Bed ingcr C H Dobbs W S Bronston and 1 T Jackson The committee decided in favor of the negative Mr Van Lear wielded tlic gavel and Mr Clay was Secretary of the occasion Â¬ Mr French Tipton Climax published editor oC The at Richmond Ky was in our vicinity for some days this week and visited The Republican office Mr Tiptons ancestors were Hartford people and he is related to the Tip ton Mitchells and other well known Harve De Grace Hartford families Maryland Republican sing Cupid will Mdlle Bredelli Kiss on Friday evening RELIGIOUS Elder L H Reynolds is holding a tracted meeting at Piqua Ohio proÂ¬ -- Â¬ Doll Show- - a J cics I Durhams Candulacy The patrons of the Flying Dutchman Judge M J Durham while attending Uc s Tier are now canvassing our city brca and old clothes Later on Gifcuit Court here took occasion to say C3 t S boJied colored woman whj took that he --was not at all in the absurd - several excursions wiM be huntingU position ascribed toJiim by the Harrods t MarcV orBce to beg a pitiful suste- - burgt Democrat of being undecided a s- rarc - Thats the way k works in this whether T L be ly nng - Lexington Drummer contained the Munchattsenfetfc item It taxes ty to the utmost extent and will rj to Poll oft on our people as strict- Â¬ A man at Millerburg drank blood for consumption and suesec -- lly feathers grew all over his body T c man also roosts in a tree and s Jia for bugs like other turkeys Kr lAian Citizen t r - i Wt be -- impose Bro Polk ouW Da- - ieleijtobckilledfor liuve us he JvHIl run for Governor or Auditor lie has never said that he wqStU run for cither he is satisfied to leave the question entirely with his friends Upon one tiling liowever he is determined that k that he will in no case make a scramble for any office In the meantime the matter is giving him no concern as he is sure Ihat it the people IwanUhinVto serve them they will make w itKnowain wnicii evem lie i luu tvyi a Democrat to refuse their demand In terior Journal The Rainbow Tea and Dolls Levee under the auspices of the ladies of the Presbyterian church Saturday evening was a success How could it be otherwise with such a motive power behind it The hall was draped with all colors of the rainbow The tables were draped with white table cloths trimmed with green and decorated with smilax interspersed with flowers An arch of lighted candles added its brilliancy and all together Refreshments the effect was beautiful were served by young ladies dressed in colors The doll show was immenseand the prizes hotly contested for Miss Ethel Terrill received the prize for the oldest doll upwards of 70 years Miss Edna Schlegel the one for the prettiest doll and Miss Pearl Wiggins the ugliest 55 was realized above expenses It is to be used in refitting the Sunday school room Â¬ The pastor C P Williamson assisted by EUcr Geo Darsie of Frankfort will hold a protracted meeting with the Chris- Â¬ tian church this city beginning Saturday night November 23rd Tue meeting which has been in prog- Â¬ ress at the Baptist Church in Speedwell closed Friday the 15th inst with fourÂ¬ teen additions ten by baptism two by letter one under our watchcare and one by relation The pastor J I Wills was assisted by Rev S C Humphrey of Lan- Â¬ caster Garrard county Ky It is highly probable that General Green ClaySmith will be recalled to the Providence church The church is mak ing a strong effort to get him back and is now in correspondence with him to that end Gen Smith is ow in Fort Worth Texas in the midst of a most successful protracted meeting Danville Advocate Â¬ f xr TronWoinlPerrj Reports have it that the French-Ever-so- le factions in Perry county this State had another battle a few days ago after a year or so of rest The report is as follows While B Fulton French one of the prin cipals An thelate Ereuch Eversolewar was beinsr trlfd before lion WrJL Hurst foT WoTfe counfy who was sluing as a Â¬ r a As a general tiling the editor of a local crt after giving the fair and race t ions and kindred other enterprises 5 3 to S50 worth of gratuitous tick- is issued a comDlimentarv e rtorTfrantferaW bcu jng the word u wbm uiicu fipuivliivu c ri rlLtje conditions He is then t J a dead head The Mcllenry c 7 Ills Fair Association at their rccu rrceting departed from this cus tiriowcvcr and issued to tlic press a bearing the following T o ti Jtet probably has been paid for t times oer by the papr lo which it is J J It will be honored irf Ufehamls of a rrai woman or child white black 3 jcIow who favors the association cjp csering it It is good for entrance ar granj tund and the Nearer H driving be cil Jed to pass team free The 8 c i uu recognizes the fact Ihatrlls t nd J success is on4ns Barcelr 3f pot notices so TreelylWn b me pris and while we can not render an acnt in cash we return our grateful furfcS jr bLJClmi J UUJtf A I tllLU O 1IKIIUB AiltUpttU tac rJ to take him from the custody of the In the fight that ensued it was officers reported that three men were killed and several others including Judge Hurst were shot the latter not dangerously Frenchs friends w ere successful and it is said the Court house vas fired in order jto djslqdgitljcnjj At the time his in- Â¬ formant left tlic fire was still raging and both parties had sent for reinforcements Judge Hurst was the Republican candi- Â¬ date for Congress from that district in tSS6 0 j j c tt laiessrs Crnnl jii dress goods and manv offierTErnls at Ereatlr vuHkbu lit iu imi Mtarttm not fail to caH at d and locals 1 Another Heart That Aches Itjis loiown to cbjTiparatively few triat Vrtothe the late Col A M Swope was engaged to be married to a handsome and accom- Â¬ plished widow of Newcastle this county and the suit of clothing he had ordered just before his death was to have been Laad Slide T rC was a land slide near Berry wom fer the first time on the day follow- Â¬ ing that on which his career was so trag cr u c K C road Monday With com I - promptness a Bout a nunarea T ically ended on a visit to her The lidy ut has been so prostrated by the calamity men were put to work and soon the dc that befell her ir tended that she has not br was cleared away smcebeen able to leave ner room gentleman in Lexington lo whom Col Behind Time 5 gave His confidence has written A the hour of going lolpress Salock Swope nc iwui neither the afternoon nonttUca 10 ineiauysmiprroing iicr m11 ca had arrived hence the absence SwopeyflffuhU She was the handsomest brightest and most lovable lady he had c TLC al market reports The cause ever met and the only one he ever loved of ujv has not been ascertained Thus the great tragedy casts a gloom over another heart that the public knew Marked Down Preparatorv to tatW KteA In Imwirr not of Courier Journal 1 Â¬ 1 Sense The horse will leave musty hay un- miuJ a maer nw nnKrCF nothslfelnPno water objectionabledrink of He will tohis questioning sniffs or from a bucket Houses and Lots which some other odor makes ofiensive His intelligent nostrils la- - p p i i r however thirsty m 4Mb in rphens house and let on Jlallic- - will widen quiver and query over the esrreet last Salanliv to inJr 11 tiaTnlest bffoEcYcd by the fairest of hands c- satisfied by either sight Rice lor Si i25 The Maupie ftM A marcisfnever sn house and lot and store houseson oV whinny that horBlt is really her own I has certified the iaet by means C3rner of Main I strefe ami BstJtt until she offierriose BWd horses as a rule will I if CJ or rsmn tjaHopvildly about the pasture without tar Cm striking the surrounding fence The Waler Works sjse of smell infowns them of its prox M J H Mead f New York called intiyr Others wiH when loosened from L uncil togeiko last Wednesday the stable go directly to the gate or bars feeding a t- - gt an expression- - of opinion opening to their accustomed ne members a lo wtarthar or not graunds and when desiring to return t irnnl ymj JCSHKJHafHC- pv r afUr hours of careless wandering will 1W i Z c ru nber of plugs for ire pro- - distinguish the one outlet and patiently - He sai that tf the Ceancfl save await its opening The odor of that par Â¬ - S-t lf - nt AaMu- Agumcm watnsi lp TIWW1 ticular part of the lencejs their guide to coTireence surveys and select it So you see we have the origin - - ocauon and would sub git a of horse sense in the sense of smell Somepeople are endowed with fieC TC pave him I1 lh often hear the expres- horse scnse--w- c j sion applied fcfjnen who arc susceptible eshalwaHasdsee j of driving sharp bargains Horse- - TA ja -- -- oncee treTU ti it niirj rir Rev II T Daniels has returned from a scries of meetings through Kentucky at Horse Cave Smiths Grove and lastly at Providence Clark county In each of the meetings there were several additions In the last which he held with Rev J The surveying corps of the R N I B railroad have been in the county for Pike Powers there were twenty additions the past two weeks trying to locate a and the meeting closed with great inter- Â¬ route for that road from Versailles to est Nicholasville Some of our readers seem Rev J F Williams is just home from to doubt the building of this road to our a meeting with Rev I W Loving at town but iLii sure to come and it will Lewisburg Mason county The meeting tap the main line of the L S at Ver-Â¬ resulted in ten additions to the church sailles too and not at Pisgah or any other He also closed a meeting of ten days point outside the town as some of the with- - the church at Buckeye Garrard surveys have indicated A gentleman county just before entering on the meet- Â¬ just from Nicholasville told us the other ing at Lewisburg At the latter place day that the people of Jessamine wanted there were three additions a road to Versailles that they did not At the request of Mdlle Bredcllis want to tap the Louisville road at any other point and if any evasion of the numerous admirers she has consented to conditions of the subscription voted by sing on Friday evening next them should be attempted they intended 15EREA to refuse to hand over the subscr iption Woodford Sun Mr Logan has bought a lot and is building a new house A New Method Hon W M Beckner and Hon Rod- Â¬ The elocutionary entertainment given ney Haggard are the probable candidates by Mis Helen Brown was well received for deegate from Clark county to the anu grcauy apprcciaicu uy iicr auuicutc State Constitutional Convention That Mrs Fannie Johnson wife of William the people may learn the iews of each on the leading questions Mr Beckner Johnson died at her home near Sihcr makes the following proposition in the Creek Church at the advanced age of She leaves a large family circle 76 years Democrat In order that there may be an honest to mourn her loss rational canvass for the office of delegate The Annual Meeting of the Glade Tem- Â¬ to the Constitutional Convention I pro perance Tociety was held last Tuesday pose to Hon Rodney Haggard and to all night Mr J W Chaney was elected others who may enter the lists that we President for the coming car and Miss refrain from riding over the county or Nannie Kawlings Secretary going upon the streets 10 canvass until The two music teachers Misses Case the legislature has made provisions for calling the Convention and in lieu of this and Hartshorn will give a musical recital manner of electioneering that through the on Tuesday night An enjoyable time is Â¬ columns of the press we make known our anticipated as they are ladies of unexceptionable culture in their department view with reference to the leading ques- Â¬ tions that will be considered by the conHoods Sarsaparilla cures catarrh by To this end we offer to Mr expelling impurity from the blood vention HasrearJ free space In the columns of which is the cause of the complaint the Democrat for the expression 01 his Give it a trial It views and suggest that each question be We have lately received a 0 opy of stated a week in advance To begin the discussion we now propose that next the Twenty flfili Annual Calaloge of week we give the people our iews with I he Louisville Ky Bryant 8ratton reference to the proper mode of exercising Business College It Is a magnificent the right of franchise Should the people work of art nm one of the most com- Â¬ We make plete Catalogues ever issued by any vote by ballot or viva voce this suggestion in perfect good faith and college All joung people Who desire with a sincere desire to have the people to obtain a practical Education or understand what the man whoni they take R course in Book keeping Short Typewriting Telegraphy or select will favor when he takes his seat hnnd in that great body Next week Mr Penmanship will do well to write to Ihe Haggard may suggest the topic and thus college Graduates of this col I ego are we will alternate In solectlng the questions very huccetsful and they can be found Each party is to hand In good positions throughout the to be discussed in his paper and not sec what the other country It has written until it appears in print Prof Loisettes Memory System Is This course will eliminate from our cancreating greater iuterest than ever in vass- every personal element and place nit parts of tho country and persons It squarely orr the issues we represent wishing to improve their memory which all reasonable men will agree is should send for his prospectus free as where it ought to be It will enable us 23 26 advertised iu another column both to go altout our business and keep The ladles should go at once aud down any feelingjn the party which we both love and which will of course be inspect the Greatiy Beduced Prices at Urmstons It is 5euuett stirred into division by a heated personal Crooke 23 26 simply eurprhiliig canvass Â¬ Â¬ -- writleti of late has now won eight races without losing a heat and the one of her age that can beat her bns not yet put in an appearance Of course site has not met Axlell AHerton or Faust all three- - ear olds that have beaten 2 20 this seasou but It was not Mr Horace Miller of Paris has her fault and Nancy is entitled to all sold his farm New Forest lo Mr J tbe credit that her wonderfully successMonroe Leer for 01000 or S100 per ful campaign lias given her Breeders acre for the G10 acres The farm is Gazette one mile each way lying In a tquare Since 181l when Andrew Jackson is as level as a prairie and every foot was the champion trottiug stallion can be cultivated It Ii2J miles from with a record of 2 42J up to he ime ParN on Broadway the Maysville hat Axtell made his record o2l2 the and Lexington pike one mile aud then stallion record had been held eight comes parallel with the Maybville limes by the Clay family five limes Lexington lluilroad and New Forest by the Morgan familv and six limes Station is at the door Tbe place has by the llambletoniau family Smug- Â¬ all the advantages and noue of the dis gler changed the stallion record five advantages of a fine railroad times ns did nl o George M Patchen A frightful exhibition of tbe power Ethau Allen made a new stallion rec- Â¬ ord on four different occasions Geo of the electric current of the street railway circuit was given in Cincinnati Wilkes held the record for nearly four Tuesday along the line nf the Mt years Jay Gould being he first horse Auburn Htreet Railroad Their guard to change it Succeeding champions wire which hangs upon the conduct Â¬ were Smuggler Mambrino Gifr Smuging wire to protect the oilier wires gler again then Phalla9 Maxey Cobo from coming in contact witb the elec- and Axtell After he sold Axell Mr tric current broke and as it formed a Williams expressed the belief that this circuit when rested on the charged wire colt would beat the 206 of Maud S with one end on the street lie current three times in an afternoon next sea Keiituclc-iiin-Citie- n pessed through it The result was ter- Â¬ son provided he kept right rifying The wire became while with heat aud sparkled aud flamed with the For Sale Grinding OulUt blue and white flashes of an overI hac a first class combined mill and charged conductor Confusion reigned use two or four horses that I on the streets the burning wire was poercan will sell at a reduced price also a first consumed and fell in piere men ran Can class power Belle City feed cutler women shrieked horses were frightencut oats at same time ed and rushed away from the dreadful grind corn and useful tofarmcrs Call on light wagons aud street cars collided Very MODERLEV T 2V but fortunately the falling wire no w here touched any human being and If you want lo buy a sulky surrey buggy or carringe call on Donehou no casualitiei followed for lio has the latest best and cheapest Died on Saturday September 2lst at his home British Honduru Cen Fancy llnidd at Crooke Bennett tral America James R Mason sou of Mr Urnislous at prices that will male Dr Peter Mason deceased 25 26 Mason was born aud reared in this them sell county He espoused the cause of he Beefsteak with nniahrooms aud hot confederacy went into be army when coilee at Diuellis 15- a mere boy followed tbe fortunes uutfereold 15- The Palace will not be until tbe surrender of Geu Lee and aficr being mustered out In Virginia without money to purchase money or clothing or shoes He worked upon John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ farms until he bad earned enough to carries im- Â¬ carry him home lo Kentucky He mond Ky thought he could improve his fortune mense stocks of Salt Lime the best in the Lone Star State lie settled in Cement and one of tbe frontier counties of Texas Machinery and Im- Â¬ where he engaged in cutting and sell- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and ing hay to the U S soldiers for some the best line of Groceries in time after On the entreaties of lib sister Anna who bad married Dr the- market 41Pearce a resident of Honduras he was induced to join them which he did UriustonnviH gell Crooke Bennett and engaged in the culture of sugar coilee aud the tropical fruits also Tic remainder of their Stock of Cloaks 23 26 blending witti them the grazing aud at cobl handling of stock Only last summer WARNING NOTICE lie was in Danville where he purchased some Shorthorns and shipped them to his distant home to improve the Accounts due tlie Richmond native stock He visited New Orleans Stone Coal Co Form an recently where ho purchased machin- Â¬ sugar mnst be paid to me on or be- Â¬ ery to facilitate and improve his refinery It is supposed his last illness fore NOVEMBER 20TH After was brought on by exposure having gone to Beliz to procure lumber for that date they will be handed improvement on his plantation Dan Â¬ an officer as I have not the ville Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Mr Clay the following letter Yours of Oct 3D lb enclosing u printed slip headed Two first liens Is just re- Â¬ ceived We also received by tbe same mall a copy of the order by which Madison county subscribed for stock in tbe R N I B R R Our company with a type written was furnished copy of bis order some time ago The clause in regard to freights to which you call attention we regard as perfect- Â¬ ly fair ho Ih to the county aud to the railroad and whatever company op Â¬ erates the line should carry it out to the Utter If this be done there can uever be any judgment and conse Â¬ DISCOVERY AH D TRAINING METHOD In spit of mdnltented Imittiooj which mlM tb quently no lieu in favor of tbe shipper theuir nd practical resotU of tbsby Oricinal in ipit of ennooa woold ba tho icraeaMt misrepresentations You do not state your object in sending cornptrtitoTSy aiidioapiteof as attempts to rob him of the f rait of bis labors all of which demonstrat the us these papers but we assume that undoubted snperiontr and popularity of tus teaching Prof Louettas Art of Nerer Forrvttins is reeoctuxed you having heardof our connection to day in both Hemispheres as marking an Epoch in Memory Culture His Proipectna sent post fres Aires with the Richmond road wish to be opinions of peopla In all parts of the globe who hare act Â¬ ually studied his System by correspondence showtns able to assure i our people that the con- Â¬ that his System is ttud only vhU brine ttiidied not aftencards that any book can be learned n annals tract so fair to both parties will be Terms and Testimonials TorProspoctns We see no Prof A LOlMiTTE addressFifth Arenae XT carried out in good faith 37 23 35 reason why it should not be aud tbe railroad reap its reward by buildiug up thp country it raverses i8go The writer presents his regards to you and his other Richmond acquaint- Â¬ Yours truly ances Jko B Carson ILLUSTRATED P S I haveadvised President Stine of this correspondence He v 11 doubt- Â¬ Harpers Bazar is a journal for the less give you tbe same assurances home Giving the latest information with regard to the Fashisons its numerous Yours truly illustrations fashion plates and pattern 21- Jno B Carson sheet supplements are indispensible alike Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor to the home dress maker and the profes- Â¬ expense is spared in Pauls 550 o 15 Satisfaction guar-17-2- S sional modiste No attractiveness of the making its artistic anleed highest order Its clever short stories thoughtful Fine California fruits grapes apples parlor plays and last page is essays satisfy-a all tastes ana its famous as 15- aud candies at Dinnellis budget of wit and hnmor In its weekly issues everything is included which is of Adrleo to Mothers During 1890 Olive llrsWnrsuWs SoothisoSibuf should al trayi interest to women be used when children ere cutting tetth It re Thome Miller Christine Terhune Her- Ueres the little snfferemt once itpTodncesnatnral renck and quiet ilp and the little cherub avkes as bright spectively Mary Lowe Dickidson will furnish a series of papers on ns a button It is Tery pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens thegumi allays all pain The Daughter at Home Three Meak Tegniates the bowels ana is tue oestxnoirnremeax a Day and The Woman of the Period or uuncoDa vnetni er oruintr from teething or The serial novels will be written by Wal- Â¬ other causes Twentj nre cents a bottle ter Besant and F W Robinson 65 -- November 19tb 1889 Asble Fannie Hares Jeff Bessy M R Mrs Harvie Carrie Lee Berry John Hickman Martha Bryant Shurly Hill MJ Mrs Keller E E Carter Jacob Carrington Scott Ladd Lidd Dozier Horace Lowry J Will Dozier Calvin Neat D A Phelps Amanda Ervines Lizzie Tribble Archie FoIevJno J Mrs Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Money order and registered letter M hoars prompt 7 a it to 6 p jr J B WILLIS p jr Harpers Magazine ILLUSTRATED A new Shakespeare the Shakespeare of Edwin A Abbey wilt be presented in Harpers Magazine for 1S90 with com Â¬ ments bjr Andrew- - Laag Harpers Mag- Â¬ azine has also made special arrangements with Alohcrase Daudet the greatest of living French novelists for the exclsMtVe publication m serial form of a humorous story to be entitled The Cetomste of Tarascon the Last Adventure of the Famous Tartarin The story wBt be translated bjr Henry James and ilhtstrated bjr Rossi arid Mvrach W U Ilowelte will contrsbwe a novÂ¬ elette in three parts and Lafeadie Heante a novelette in two parts entitled uYouma handsomely illustrated In illustrated papers touching snbjixU of current interest and ist short storie poems and 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her husband in Mrs Bmmal wife of W Eq aged 65 years eztco- IW z 19tf Xnbomed paddc4 sul ro X gsoa ciAp noiaw ox btaet anil Card Dictum MBt for SLOB ratiis for 12 fa Xoroero IliiMtnvted drenUrs Of a aooto and FI3EU riioTmauni alhcm n pe u elta utilct or Xora2ie JXcJIakto vincuuwui uoio FRS ALBUMS CONCERNING FARMERS time to attend to their collec- Â¬ D R FORMAN tion 21 23 f- According to tho estimates of the Do not fail to lake advantage of the The Hinger Manufacturing Company Farmers Review the hog crop will be The Volumes of the Weekly begin with is building a machine witb Hand cut pricrs iu Black Dress Goods at much larger this year than that of last specially the first Number for January of each year Atlatiiment and Portable The crop iu Kentucky is estimated at Croo ke Bennett Urmstonn 23 20 to When no time is mentioned subscription adapted for luvallds travelers Any one wfehiHg a will begin with the Number current at cost S25 cash 103 per cent Call ind Quail 011 toast at Diuellis time of receipt of order machlue of this type will please leave 15- Joe Woods of Harrodsbiirg I the try them Bound Volumes of Harpers Weekly order at the office 13 First street for three years back in neat cloth binding champion cabbago raiser He raised Fall Millinery J F Stone will be sent by mail postage paid or by one stalk with eighteen distinct beads P 8 It is sold only by order JRnet Mrs Lee Maupin hos a fine assort- Â¬ provided the express free of expense Â¬ JF nu it He alio bad i sweet potato 41 ment of hats bonnet ribbons flowers freight does not exceed one dollar per vol- Â¬ kept in stock 40 inches long and six Indies in circum ume for 7 oo per volume and other mllliuery goods selected in fereu Cloth Cases for each volume suitable Hats person by her in Cincinnati for binding will be sent by mail post- Â¬ bonnets trimmed to order Prices Over half a million dollars worth of aud oo each paid on receipt of horses have been sold in Fayette Scott reasonable mid inspection solicited Remittances should be made by Post 16- Office Money Order or Draft to avoid and Harrison counties during the past chance of loss weeks The total sale of fine three Surges and Colored Henriettas sold of Missouri one hundred male colts ami We Xeisspapers are net to copy this ad- Â¬ eightyhave yearlings for sale Strictly horse flesh for Kentucky during the by Crooke Bennett Urmston at five express order of At the home of Iter Iui3band Mr T vertisement without the year foots up to 3000000 23 26 good and fold in numbers to salt par your own price Address chasers Six miles east of Richmond L Burns in Oklahoma Friday Nov Harter Brothers Col R P Pepper has purchased of Ladies call at the Palace and exam- Â¬ HARPER BROTHERS on the Speedwell pike loili of typhoid malarial fever Mrs 17-D A COLYBR Wilcox of Wilkes Messrs Davis HH New York 22- ine their elegant stock of dress gtwxls Belle Burns Mrs Burns was a daugh 15- barre Pa bay colt Nut Patch by Nut- and notions ter of Mr C Huuly this city Hlie wood dam Patchen Maid dam of DUUXKEXNESS In all leaves a husbaed nud seven children LIUU011 llAMT Auroe 218 2 dam Lady Eleanor by tho World there is but One Care Mr aud Mrs Burns moved to Oklaho- Â¬ Mambrino Chief Price 8000 Dr Haines Golden Specific ma about a year ago Three mouths ten or It ean be Riven in a cup of person enflee ago they lost their oldest son of the Some one happily suggests that wild ot taking cerry trees alum the roadside can without the knowledge auttllie It eflccilng 11 speedy permanent cure same disease of which his mother died whether tlie lan moderate easily be changed iuto useful plum trees an alcoholic pntlout IhoawmU of drinker or dranktirds wreak by top grafliug He finds that all have been curt d who linve taken the UoltlenÂ¬ bpeeifie In ierooU without their knowl plums work well on the wild cherry edge ami tHiy think they quit drinking of their owu tree wilt No harmful which also takes the peach aud apricot fill w from ItsiulminUtratlou jlMirescfieet reÂ¬ guaran Â¬ teed Mend for circular and full particulars budd Address in confidence Golden aitcinc Co 17 18 Over S1SO0O were given In prizes nt 185 ItMiw St Clnoliinali O The undersigned will offer at public sale tho American Horse Show Chicago Call on Crooke Beunett Uruntou The classes presented include all kluds atonee for Dress Goods and Novelty on of breeds from the highest type of Patterns at greatly reduced prices Friday November 29 1889 Wishing to have as few Goods on hand as possible at the end of thoroughbred and trotter to the pon- Â¬ 28 20 Tlie following described property situated the year when we take an account of stock we will from now np to and diminutive derous Clydesdale Diuellis restaurant W headquarters in Richmond Ky Shetland January 1st offer at GREATLY 15- for fresh oysters Try thejn by Axtell when ho The sul Ky drawn Oysters In every ttyle raV fried trotted in 212 weighed fourty four broiled baked Bcnlloped on U n light vehicle lo stewed pounds This the half eliell and every other way at carry a 150 pound man that sort of a 15- Four of the plots contain about two acres clip but in tlifs respect was excelled by DInellia one contains OUR ENTIRE STOOK OF DRESS GOODS We have a fine drew when he Insure your property Iu one ofC 8 each and is situated a about four acres the one on which 73 variety of went the mile in 210 that weighing Powells Ten Companies forty pounds Home Journal LADIK S NEW 2 STORY DWELLING Keedlng a tonic or children that want building The times Is indebted to Capt Nat up should take niTTKKs Good stable two cisterns splendid garÂ¬ itnowss utox S Oflutt for ncopy of IheRushville It is pteewnt to take euros Malotio Indiges Â¬ den containing 2000 strawberry plants Iud Republican which reports a pub- Â¬ tion und BtnotBttsss Alt dealers ie It and new asparagus bed The house has lic sale of Poland China hogs lu that The Palace curries the largest assort Â¬ been built one year is of frame with met Â¬ county at almost unprecedented pricedT ment of handsome dress goods in town al shingle roof is in perfect condition and contains nine rooms store room six 15- Ninety head sold for 5570240 an over Â¬ closets two halls double porch dry cel age of 6130 One sow Bold nt 275 lar under whole building and altogether aJ It Cured Urlghts Disease 0110 at 5215 aud one at S210 A boar Bpekdwell Ky May 18S9 This most51desirable home It is situated at J sold for S625 another for 5270 one st abovc No Is to certify that 1 had Brights Disease property on Seventh avenue The in five be S200 one ut S160 and one at 100 or something eery mTich like It aud lots and will as a sold separately then whole Georgetown Times In fact any thins one could wish in COLORED DRESS GOODS was in very feeble health This was In used one dozen the year of 18S7 Our stock of BLAOK DRESS GOODS is very complete and we Holstein Friesian imported cow bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and The I will also offer for sale a De Kol 2d 412 Advanced Registry please trie most fastidious Do Met fail to take advantage of iiwt am now In better health than I have I been for years four years old made a record of 38 lbs Gool Eocka wy aal Horse ODT PRICES James M Hesdre 0 ozs of butter in seven days beating Two Oc ws Ctlf Sate and rigs Kold by W G While Prescription all other performances of cows of the Druggist Richmond Ky Houishold anl2itciiFurnltars 49eow breed She is a white cow with Ulaek Terms8taie known on day of safe ears aBd a very few small bfaffc spots Sale wff begin At 1 oclock on premises Fancy dMg goods at the Ptlao In Hay on her fuee Hstft sthd sWee 4hV teet every gek Wa Gmt v JUmk at co t Y C PEYTON 5 34 Iu Louisville Friday Nov 15th Mr F M Johnson His remains were buried in Mt Sterling on Sunday Mr of W G Johnson was a brother-in-laWhile of this city aud formally held a He was position iu ids drug jtore warm hearted and genial and made many friends during his stay here Mrs Fanuy Ballew died in tbe 83rd year of her age at the residence of Mrs Maggie Watts In this city last Thurs day The remains were burled in Ibe De- Â¬ Richmond cemetery Saturday ceased was the widow of the late Geo W Ballew and mother of Mrs Maggie Watts William Ballew Geo W Bil lew of this county and Itobart Ballew Please Bead c 185 lies For Sale Â¬ Â¬ DR lSS GOODS MARKED DOWN Preparatory to Taking Stock nnno MLH REDUCED PRICES Uovelty Patterns Sergss Colored Jay-Bye-S- eo Henriettas f Fancy Plaids Etc Etc I ca grookebennetu urmston QIsQAXSymyam v T- 30 ai IlWfclllllMBMMIiMB lIMIIIIIIIMBHllBMIMMliliWHlra IMBIsMlsMll MMIlslMIIMWIIIHli lillMillEWsMllilS III P W 111 llITfliltWlM - V -- 1 A Itoyat Dinners tanland The royal dinner parties of England As frosi tho ootwxrd world you past are the most formal and studied in the Jo rbero the fersst lkirts tho plIa An open book Urn oo the crass world To beginners they become a Acd there tor yean imtoochtd hvi lain frightful ordeal and they rarely at tho Tbe loans arayeBow do vtth ag end can tell what the meal consisted of Bat one may read la leOentreet to old stagers they aro a frightful bore As fee wind term the ragged rce The novices are expected to arrive early The fekitted nam rWkiopJiy so as to bo posted by Sir Henry Ponsonby Tis said a stadeet one day stood hi court etiquette The queen usually OutrMe the bounds when on him fell receives her guests for afternoon tea in The mystic power oT that wood And tore cast orer him a speO her own sitting room and remains a short time with them chatting on light Tben long ho strove to enter thre subjects then they are permitted to But guardian spirits la array Prrreated turn uatB despair wander over the castle or stay in their Aad made Iibn throw the book away rooms till dinner time which is at 9 She says a few words to each guest as Had then when he at length had cast The stern FhHosephy aside sho enters the dining room and then Love bade Urn rater held hlai fast leads tho way to the table It always As conqueror of Self and Pride seems so discourteous ocnppno to step And new la dim enchanted nooks up and offer the old lady his arm but it IMed by a Lore that nererfaBs would require an equal in rank to do bo lit seeks ae sympathy of books and she enters and leaves the room alone Leva whispers to him fairy tales There is very little conversation at the Outside swept by the wind and rain table Each guest is asked ono question riiltaropbj uneared for Hea by the queen and can mako one reply It onnnot ester Lores domain It was net meant for raradke The pauses between are dreadful and Ftewl Seett MiBes in Harpers Weekly the mechanical parceling out of ques-Â¬ tions and answers makes it seem as if A Sensational Letter tho queen were putting a Bible class Aa amusing boar appears to hare through its catechism Each ono waits been perpetrated upon the foreign press for his turn to come the next is t4te shape of a letter alleged to hare embarrassment the answersand inoften ore keen written br the present czar prior to of the most stupid kind New York hU ascension to the throne to the famous Star editor and panslavist leader Aksakofi ivhoee widow died a few weeks ago Ho nod a Corn The documeBt in question wliicli lears A resident of this city had a corn on the date of May 25 18S8 contains bitjer the middle too of his left foot which liad ootmwoats on the class of courtiers bj botltered him greatly for many years whom the imperial family was sur One morning he could bear it no longer rowMled acd compares the highest of Â¬ and adopted a unique and sudden method ficers of slate to contemptible lackeys f getting rid of it The publication of the letter in question He obtained a rifle and fastened it has excited an immense amount of atten Â¬ firmly muzzle downward on a board set tion throughout Europe and it appears for the purpose Then ho laid a board to hae been copied in almost every down under it and fired it twice The foreign newspaper of any importance bullet entering the board at exactly the The whole thing is Itowever but a hoax same point each time convinced him that The letter in question instead of having the rifle was firmly fixed and properly been written by the present emperor adjusted and his next move was to pbee was addressed in 1706 to Count Kotchou his bare foot on the board so that the bey by the Grand Duke Alexander Paul corn on his toe came directly over the wfech who subsequently ascended the bullet hole throne as Alexander L The courtiers This matter being arranged to his sat- Â¬ referred to in such bitter terms were tho isfaction ho got a friend who was pres-Â¬ ignoble favorites of his grandmother ent duiing the preliminary operations to Catherine IL The original letter will pull the trigger The result fully equaled be found in the first volume of the Life if it did not exceed his expectations and Times of Alexander I published The bullet went through his too and car-Â¬ by Teyneviile in 1874 Exchange ried the corn with it leaving a large ragged hole which will be quite likely Sliot Off Ills Companions Gnn Barrel to give him as much trouble as did the I was hunting quail near Iteidsville corn K C six years ago with S S Ilarris He refused to have a physician and and Jawes Play of that town Ilarris says a bullet hole is better than a corn aad ntyseif were walking side by side any day Concord Monitor wboH two birds were flushed at the same time Harris was on my left and fired Faster and Faster at the bird on nay right 1 firing at the Unrest hurry is a bad characteristic est on his left Thus cross firing both of these times We do everything by tel- Â¬ fttwd gjsntthanoougly egraph Wo live as well as travel by the Harris killed lug bird but I did not lightning express Tho late Sir Henry Karris said ray powder was not good Holland a polyglot man in a charming We walked on about thirty paces when book of personal recollections covering Harris lowered his gun to extract the sixty years of the Nineteenth century empty abelL Suddenly he exclaimed says People walk faster in London Look the ends of my gun barrels streets than they did when I first knew have bunted off them And this augmented speed of We examined them and found they locomotion is carried into every depart Â¬ were not hunted but I had shot them ment of life politics art literature off aa smoothly as if they had been corn commerce and social existence The statin when we cross fired charm of tranquil leisure is less and less Wo walked back to the spot and found sought after Awe Mtcben of his gun barrels lying there This which is true the world over is I hae one of the pieces now and will truest of all in our country Like the mail Jt to Judge Giideroleeve if desired old Mississippi steamboats wo are built TMs is an iron truth nothing fishy about on tle high pressure principle and like k If you desire reference I refer you them we ore liable to blow up This t Mr George Cary Eggleston Cor hurry makes business harassing and Kew York Evening World wearing Our merchants die at the top in insane- retreats It ruins homo life The Llchta In the Window for that demands repose Tho home A pair of worthies that used to pracÂ¬ should bo a breathing spot a place un tice before the Washington bar were en Â¬ invaded by fret and sacred to peace Go gaged hi giving straw bail and in slow You will get there just the Bame utfier ways securing the release of pris-Â¬ and save your health and prolong your oners for a small consideration They life in the bargain St Louis Republic rented a room which formerly had been A Itlg Windfall a drug store not far from the police The English plasterer who lias been court and kept a light burning there all night for the benefit of late arrests left a fortune estimated at 1400000 by who might wish to obtain bail rather a relative in Australia has been discov- Â¬ than spend the night in the police sta Â¬ ered at Kettering in Northamptonshire Â¬ tion The druggist who had occupied His name is John James 1carce and unthe place before them had failed to reÂ¬ til a few weeks ago he lived at the par move the blue and yellow bottles from ish of KingstlKvrpe a hamlet of North- Â¬ the window One night two lawyers ampton He lodged with a lady named Weston after the decease a few months pawing up the street saw the light Whose place k this asked one of ago of his wife who committed suicide Fear of poverty was ascribed as the them Smith Jones felonies compounded cause of her act Last Sunday while across at all hours of the night waa the reply reading he came Sydney a paragraph anÂ¬ nouncing that a clergyman liad Cor N Y Tribune left 1400000 to 2 man in England Sir Illenklns Krtort named Poarce Why exclaimed the Farmer Men fcias wife Mary plasterer to his landlady thats me Je-i3-otefor never being pleased lies my uncle That money belongs to with anything that she sees or hears sel Â¬ me His identity has Already been ac-Â¬ dom 1ms a chance to administer a rebuke knowledged by the London agents of the of her disagreeably critical habit but one Australian solicitors to the deceased day his opportunity came and he did millionaire Peorce leaves England for not miss k Australia in the course of a day or two They had been to Boston together and He worked for several master plasterers on their return Itotne one of tho neigh Â¬ in Northampton and is described by his bors dropj ed in and began a conversa Â¬ fellow workmen as a quiet reserved feltion low a teetotaler and gavo peoplo the Ben to Boston hcv ye Btenkind idea that be had seen better days Lon Â¬ Yea don Times Xiss Btenkins go long A Street Proposal Urn hum Thoswcetest proposal ever dreamed Bow d ye Hke it Mis BknkiHr I think is from Laws sake snapped out Mrs Dten of said Eli Perkins ktnt Evorythin 1 see there was jest Austin Dobson May I call you Paula ho asked frightful modestly I believe ye Mary Jane broke In Yes she said faintly Farmer IMenkins Ye want doin Dear Paula may I call you that aetMa the whole day but stoppin in I suppose so front of lookia glasses Youths Coni Do you know I love you Yes ne Recovered And shall I love you always One of Chicagos old residents was tak Â¬ If you wish to en sick the other day and he was seri And will you love me eMaiy UL too He was not ready to die Paula did not reply and be asked that a leading physician be Will you Paula he repeated summoned When this physician came You may lovo me sho said again in the old settler told him that he felt he But dont you lovo mo in return was going to die After a careful exarnl I love you to lovo me aatioa the physician Hulled encouraging Â¬ Wont you say anything more ex Â¬ ly and tried to dissipate his patients mor Â¬ plicit tuary ideas Why he argued you I would rather not are fill right You think you are going They were married ondhappy within to die but your feet are sot cold You three months Exchange ought to know that a man with warm feet is not going to die The old settler Earns His Tax regarded Ids physician contemptuously West Gardiner boasts of a dogtliat for a few moments and then said with earns enough to pay his poll rn r He is disgust in his voice Warm feet Wliats a big mastiff and does a big churning that got to do with it Look at John every week tho churn being fitted up Begerst He died with warm feet because with a 6ort of threshing machine treadle lie was burned at the stake Dont argue on which the dog walks Tho most re-Â¬ with me on the question of feet tempera markable part of the transaction is that tureT The physician said nothing but the dog enjoys the business so well or lias the old settler recovered Chicago Her such a sense of responsibility that no in Â¬ akU ducement can entice him from the work during business hours Fairfield Me A 2eir Way to Earn Ones Llyluc- SehoU tells a good story about a comic Journal smger who called the other day at the Wanted It Good managers office of one of tho principal you fond of music asked Mrs cafe chantants in Paris to seo about Symphony of an elderly relative from getting an engagement But let mo tho country see said tho manager I seem to know Well yes am was tho careful reÂ¬ your face Did you not sing at the Ver ply that isI when- Its good music non theatre last season Yes But Laury Now you tako good my poor fellow you were a fearful on a fiddle an a pair oa bones accordeum an a flute Yes on purpose How on on let em all play Old Nicodemus all frost purpose You sec tho manager didnt at the samo time and I tell you its pay us If 1 had sung well I should sweet Harpers Bazar have got nothing but applause As 1 sang as wretchedly as I could tho peopla What the Worlds Population Would Do bombarded mo with apples and 1Lgojt If we reckon the something to cat at least Pall MaE globe ono thousand population of the two hundred mill Â¬ at Gazette ions of human beings there would bo Not a Matter of Choice room for them all on the frozen surface Aunty I cannot understand how girls of tho lake of Constance Switzerland aot tho way tWy do nowadays Its sim Â¬ end the crush would not be so very great ply awfuL You spent two months at either as there would be a space four Newport last summer and during that feci square for each person If tho ice time you were engaged to half a dozen were to break and tho whole human race were thus to sink into the watery different men Sweet Girl But aunty what else grave tho level o the lake would only could I do rd hardly get engaged to bo raised six inches London Tit Bits one young man before bis vacation would The Original Star Route be over and hed have to go back to the The Jupiter and Lake Worth railroad city and thats tho way it went It was very properly claims the prior privilege horrid New York Weekly of using the designation Star Eoute According to The Railway Age tho staÂ¬ Pomposity I see some men in the world holding tions on that short lino are named Jupi Â¬ themselves mighty high On what I ter Venus Mars Juno Philadelphia cant tell They are only men God Times made us all And were all mighty small Tho housekeepers who in former years creatures when it comes down to Indi Â¬ viduals Individually we dont count were wont to put up whole ranks of jars much In the world No man amounts to of preserves are contenting themselvesl by himself He is dependent with a very moderate store of sweets s great on the others ThiTefore he has bo occa Â¬ this season and their remarks about the sugar trust would pain the trustees to sion to feel better than any oae else hear Dasek Free Press THE ENCHANTED WOOD imrii - a - Â¬ a Â¬ - dJ Tho famous experiments performed many years ago by Dr Esdailo In which SOME OF PECULIAR PATTERN MADE that well known surgeon operated on Hindoos during what was called mes- Â¬ OVER A CENTURY AGO meric sleep are now being repeated and with it is said a successful result Tho The Moat Expensive Rags Are Made of latest news wo have of an operation the Wool from the Angora Goat Prices under the mesmeric trance is from Paris Varying from 810 to 81GO0 XUehcr In where In the Hotel Dieu a young wo Â¬ man is stated to havo been subjected by Tone After Tears of Wear Dr Mesne to a painful cutting opera- Â¬ In a small room on tho second floor of tion of tho class called dangerous and a building near Broad and Market streets requiring great delicacy of manipula-Â¬ Newark a young Armenian sat on a pile tion sho being at tho time wholly in- Â¬ of soft and velvety rugs describing to a sensible to pain showing no sign of suf- Â¬ number of people in tho apartment tho fering and awakening not from an quality of the goods some of which were anrcstlictic of tho ordinary kind but over 100 years old On tho floor lay a from a mesmeric sleep wholly oblivi- Â¬ fino Bokhara rug valued at 75 and ous to what had taken place We made it was said anywhere from 100 to want the full particulars of this opera- Â¬ 150 years ago It was of peculiar pat-Â¬ tion before any satisfactory expression tern hardly twoof any of the similar figÂ¬ can be offered in respect to it but we ures being aliko in every particular may say at once that similar results Where in one figure there was a back havo often been reported with little after ground of red in another there was white effect In the advancement of the sup Blue was placed in some but omitted in posed practice of anresthesia by mes- Â¬ others and various other peculiarities merism Tho phenomena are excep- Â¬ were noticed showing that different tional They are usually observed in colors had been used and that different persons of hysterical type and offering women had workede at tho samo rug for tho moment the greatest hope are Tho most admired feature of the rug was quashed quickly by tho miserable fail Â¬ its beautiful gloss which changed as tho ures with which they ore attended so light struck tt soon as the mesmeric plan Is applied to THE ARUIUaAX RCQ SIAKEH patients nt large The fact is that an The Armenian arose from his scat and cesthesia differs according to constitu- Â¬ taking hold of one side of the rug swung tion not largely but iu some instances it around Instantly all tho colors as-Â¬ exceptionally to a degree little under- Â¬ sumed a dark line with here and there stood by the public generally There is where tho light fell directly on tho rug a form of hysterical anaesthesia just as a bright spot Another turn was given there is of hysterical hypenesthesia and all tho warm bright colors compris- Â¬ and when tho representatives of the first ing the rug were brought out like a flash class como under tho hands of tho mes- Â¬ Tho gloss is obtained the Armenian merist they are such perfect specimens explained by constant wear for many for his suasion that they givo 1dm the years A rug does not get any gloss until most triumpliant returns These cases it lias been used for fifty years and some Â¬ call for a special study in regard to an- Â¬ times it even takes longer than that For aesthesia since until they aro elucidated this reason principally you can buy a there can bo no sound progress We new rug a good deal cheaper than an old would givo an earnest warning on this rug There are other reasons however matter of mesmeric hypnotism assuring why the old rugs are more valuable our readers that they must not expect Formerly tho best wool was used Now more from it than exceptional results however much of tho lxt wool is sent and theso due not to truo anaesthesia to Europe where it commands high but to individual peculiarity London prices Formerly also vegetable dyes Lancet were used entirely Now mineral dyes The Use of Friendship have been introduced and many of tho There ore many peoplo to whom the rugs aro dyed with mineral and vegetable dyes combined Tho most expensive rugs chief use of friendship seems to bo tho are mado of wool from tho Angora goat abuse of it A friend to most of us is I sold ono to W K Vanderbilt in more or less consciously a person whom New York that was over 400 years old we may treat not only with less ceremony A gentleman inWilkesbarre Pa bought than wc do others but with less justice one that was over 200 years old He as welL To presume upon the good paid 500 for it and it contained twelve nature of a friend is ono of tho most in Â¬ patches some of which were four or five sidious of all the temptations with which Inches square These holes aro caused weak and feeble human nature is beset from constant wear in thoso places In and it is one of the most frequently sucScrauton there is a gentleman whoso cessful ones We are all of us so likely father was a missionary to Turkey Tho to be guilty in this respect that it is latter bought a rug forty eight years hardly safo tor any man to begin on this ago but it has not got the gloss on it score to fling stones at his neighbor It yet At my homo in Asia Minor we is so easy to excuse ourselves for wrongs havo a rug my grandfather had fifty which aro not resented that sometimes years ago This is a different kind from ono wonders whether after all conscience the Bokhara however and does not get is not at least three parts out of fivo re- Â¬ glossy spect for somebodys opinion of us The gloss lias to bo obtained from And tho worst of this is that wo al- Â¬ constant wear If it bo obtained by most inevitably respect our friend some- Â¬ other and quicker means it is not tho what less for submitting to our ill usage same Tako such a rug and put it in of him Wo do him littlo Injustices water and it will loso tho gloss These triflings which ho is too fond of us to old rugs aro cleaned in Turkey by plac- Â¬ resent even when ho feels thorn and out ing them in tho river and then allowing of his generosity wo mako on excuso for them to dry in tho sun They do not holding him of less account and conse-Â¬ loso their gloss After years of wear tho quently for loving him less and imposing colors change but they become 6imply upon him more This is often tho his- Â¬ more subdued and richer in tone and tory of tho course of married life Ono are more highly prized on that account or the other of a couplo yields too much ASTOSISniKO WEIGHT and too often moved by over much af Â¬ Tho speaker went to ono corner of the fection to give way and tho result is that room and lifted a rug 5 feet long by 3 he or sho wins only a more or less con- Â¬ 1 3 feet wide scious contempt Tho truth is that even in friendship we aro all human and Try and lift that ho said Tho reporter took hold of it and held it it b well to reflect that if one desires to hold tho regard of his friend it is neces-Â¬ out It felt like so much lead That Is a Tifli3 rug and it weighs sary to hold also his respect It is some- Â¬ twenty fivo or thirty pounds at least times wiso to displease a friend for his Such rugs as this havo tho longest nap own good and for tho sake of holding his and they aro considered most useful as affection up to its level Boston Courier bedroom ruga Most of them sell for from 10 to 100 although large ones Army Doughnuts bring as much as 500 Some antiques A Massachusetts officer details with measuring 7x10 feet have brought 200 evident enjoyment somo foraging ex- Â¬ or 300 Tho Bokhara however is tho ploits of tho northern nrmy during Sher- Â¬ most expensive and the finest of tho An Â¬ mans great march One of these was of gora wool rugs They are mora glossy a sort which even tho bitterest Confed- Â¬ than any other in Turkish goods Next erate might have enjoyed to tbeso the antique Daghcstap and Ka One day a forager noticed an orna- Â¬ zak rugs are tho glossiest and finest mental shrub growing in a yard of red Tho latter is a closer woven rug than tho clay with marks of black loam on it It former this conjtiFutinjr the main differ struck him that it was not in its native enco between them Tho ourdistan soil and ho went for that bush rugs are also very costly and aro among It easily came out of tho ground and the heaviest One 12 by 10 feet weigh Â¬ out of tho hole under it of which it was ing 125 pounds brings about 500 tho tell tale camo a whole stock of pro- Â¬ Almost any amount of money can bo visions and family clothing placed in a rug An Albany judge I Another of our men whilo crossing a heard paid recently in New York 1600 plowed field was attracted by suspicious for one Tho largest Turkish rug ever signs and ran his ramrod into the mado was mado for tho sultan about a ground Afoot down it struck some Â¬ year and a half ago in honor of his thing solid birthday anniversary It was 25 yards Tho kind hearted finder hastened to long by 18 wide and took forty women make others rich as well as himself He three years to nake it It was presented ran down to tho band with two tin cups to tho sultan by some wealthy men running over one with syrup tho other It is difficult to say how long it with peach butter whilo tho delicious would tako to mako a rug Tht Turkish sweets dripped from his clothing and his rugs aro made by farmers wives and person as if in confirmation of his pleas- Â¬ tho poorer class after they aro through ing tale with their days work just as fancy Plenty more right up there forty two work is mado here They are not made hogsheads f uM with tho intention of selling them al Â¬ Sometimes a mistako was mado Ono though it is not difficult for agents trav Â¬ of a band passing a log house levied on eling through tho country to buy them it for a calabash of lard and tho usual Women dont work in factories as they batch of doughnuts was fried that night do here but there is certain kind of A peculiar flavor supposed to bo due work which tho manufacturers bring to an excess of soda was noticed but around to the houses to bo done Women hard marched men with sharkish appein our country havent tho privileges of tites did not stop for trifles Daylight going out and seeing each other that revealed tho fact that tho doughnuts had they have here They earn a living been fried in soft soap Youths Com- however making what aro called Bag Â¬ rjan inn dad portieres one of which you eeo Victorias Cromi hanging on tho wall there Newark Queen Victorias crown kept with Advertiser other royal regalia under strong guard at the old tower and worn only on state occasions is one of tho most costly in The Intelligent Ilorse now in existence To begin with Â¬ Tho horso will leave musty hay un- signias there aro twenty diamonds around tho touched in his bin no matter how hun Â¬ gry Ho will not drink of water objec-Â¬ circlet or headband each worth 7500 150000 for the sot Besides these tionable to his questioning sniffs or from or twenty there aro two extra largo center a bucket which some other odor makes diamonds each valued nt 10000 making offensive however thirsty His intelli- Â¬ Â¬ four 20000 more gent nostrils will widen quiver and monds placed fifty angles smaller diaof tho others at tho query over tho daintiest bit offered by tho fairest of hands A mare is never each valued at 500 four crosses each satisfied by cither sight or whinny that worth 00000 and composed of twenty five her colt is really her own until she has top diamonds four large diamonds on of crosses each having a money certified tho fact by mean3 of her nose value of 5000 twelve diamonds in tho Blind horses as a rule will gallop wildly fleur-de-l50000 eighteen smaller about a pasture without striking tho sur-Â¬ rounding fence The sense of smelL in- Â¬ diamonds contained in tho samo 10000 pearls diamonds and rubies upon arches forms them of its proximity Others and will when loosened from tho stable go 000 circlets not mentioned before 50 also 141 small diamonds formed in directly to tho gate or bars opening to roses and monograms their accustomed feeding grounds and six diamonds in upper 25000 twenty cross 15500 when desiring to return after hours of two circles of pearls about tho rim of careless wandering will distinguish tho one outlet and patiently await its open- Â¬ tho headpiece 15000 each Tho total ing Tho odor of that particular part of money value of this relic in any jewelers market in the world would be nt least tho fence is their guide to it Exchange 000000 metal and all included St Louis Republic Punishing the Babbler Russia keeps up the informal habits A Peculiar Toft of Uatr of Peter tho Great and tho conversation A French paper notes that tho mem Â¬ is very gay and general at the court bers of a distinguished family of Limou Â¬ table with much of tho brilliancy of an sin when about tho ago of 20 develop a officers mess on a grand scale In old round tuft of white hair over tho foreÂ¬ times in Russia wherever a guest mado head albeit tho rest of their hair may a distasteful remark a trumpet sounded be black brown or red Tho portraits Tho offenso repeated tho too talkativo of their ancestors for many generations person was led away and had his tonguo past show this distinguished mark of cutout Nero used to havo a pet tiger wnich the descendants aro not a littlo extended beside him on his couch which proud Wo believe tho Orsioi family of at a sign sprang at the throat of any in-Â¬ Italy aro also remarkable for tho growth discreet babbler In contrast to this lifo of a tuft of whito hair a characteristic it is almost painful to mention tho clock of their ancestors during many centu- Â¬ work formalities of other courts and tho ries London Court JoumaL mapped out rules for conversation at Victorias table seem absurd New ConDdcnee licot or Success York Star Houccesful ha Dr Plercui GoldPii Some Cold Facts Medical Discovery proved in curinjr When ono sits down and calmly figÂ¬ chronic nasal catarrh bronchlnl and ures up tho number of bushels of pota Â¬ throat diseases that lis manufacturers toes which could have been bought for now sell It under n positive guarantee tho poor with tho millions of dollars car-Â¬ by of Its benefitting or curing in every ried over to Paris and left there American visitors he must roll his eyes case If given a fair trial or money with astonishment And when he reads pnidor Jt will berefunded tonoiimp the estimate that not more than ono out tiou which is scrofula nt the lungs of ten of those visitors had ever Been if taken In lime Is also cured by this Niagara Falls the Rocky mountains tho wonderful medicine- Yosemlte or any of tho other natural attract ons of the United States he feels For Const Ipallou or Sick Headache like exclaiming use Dr Pierces Pellets Purely Vege By gssbr Detroit Free Press able One dose Â¬ is BEAUTIFUL OLD RUGS Under a Mesmeric Trance Thought 11 Was Meant for Htm Just before tho train going cast left Carious Works of Art Found In the Itulns Buffalo a heavy set red headed man of Buried Cities When tho modems read in Pliny of tho with a grip sack got into a dispute with extreme degree of excellence to which an engineer at the door of tho baggago Greek artists had attained in his day and room I did not hear tho first of it but of the prices which somo of their works did hear the fat man say II it wasnt right here Td lick your fetched equivalent to 10000 or 12000 I wish youd try it replied the Â¬ of our money scholars and other competent authorities dismissed theso as other JT11 try it soon enough Pm going to travelers tales They could not bring themselves to belie vo that these stories lay for you old fellow And Pll Jay for youl Mind now were true or that Rubens Holbein Sir Thomas Lawrence and other later celeb- Â¬ what I tell youl Ill do you up before you aro many years older rities had been anticipated if not surpass- Â¬ The train started and rushed along for ed in tho centuries before tho Christian fifty or sixty miles and then something era And yet it was so and Pliny no more gavo way on tho engino and wo came to than Herodotus deserved to bo called tho a stop It was father of liars The graves have given the brakeman 11 oclock at night and who ran back fell into a up their dead and revealed secrets which thought had been forever hidden ditch and broke his leg and lantern at it was same moment in tho tomb It is from the land of theaccommodation Ten minutes later an train came booming Egypt that these discoveries come Tho explorations on tho site of Mem- Â¬ down upon us Its engineer saw tho danger in time to slow up but the loco- Â¬ phis and Thebes had prepared the way for tho discoveries in tho province of motive struck tho last car with force Faijum These consist of a number of enough to fling it off tho rails and turn It across the track One of tho first pas Â¬ portraits found in the sand at Rubaijat which ore in tho possession of Thcodor sengers to get out was tho red headed Graf in Vienna and are now pn view at man and one of the first men he saw was the Societo dEncouragcment pour lln reled tho engineer whom ho had quar- Â¬ with They looked at each other dustrie Nationale 44 Rue do Pennes Ac- Â¬ cording to an ancient Egyptian custom for a few seconds and then the traveler tho countcnanco of the deceased was put his thumb to his nose and sneering represented at the head of tho mummy ly exclaimed Oh you will do mo upwillyou Had or coffin This custom was adhered to in the Gneco Roman epoch of Egypt a nice little plan didnt you but It but instead of tho plastic head which up didnt work I expected youd be up to to that time had been alone in use a this and I had the first berth at the painting was substituted representing a other end Say Dont you feel rather Detroit Free Press real portrait of tho deceased These fiat portraits which were painted on a thin Busslan Nobleman panel of wood were laid over the face of A certain princely family In Russia the mummies tho outer bandages of the shrouds being then wrapped about them each member of which can style himself by tho family title has propagated so so as to cover tho margin of tho picture rapidly in the course of 100 years that the latter alono being visible there are 2708 males of the family now A mummy of this kind therefore presented the appearance of a living living All theso are equals by right of body looking out of an opening in the birth but only 23 of them havo anything bandages for tho survivors to gaze upon in the shape of high position Of the reÂ¬ hi the coffins tho lids of which were mainder 300 are in various grades of the made to bo thrown back for that pur-Â¬ army 400 aro merchants and shop keep-Â¬ pose Tho only other graves where ers 1127 are merged into the lower these curious pictorial works havQ been ranks and are stablemen waiters labor- Â¬ found were opened In tho winter of ers and servants 19 are in jail for various 18S7- by tho English engineer Mr offenses 1 under sentence of hanging 3 Pctrie at Harvard but tho pictures in arc police spies and 2 are in partnership them are said to be not nearly equal to as keepers of ono of the most notorious the specimens discovered at Rubaijat houses of pleasure in Moscow Tho rest The tombs themselves built in tho rocks aro occupied In various ways among them being several butchers bakers and were ransacked ages ago by thieves who in their search for gold destroyed cab drivers and ono who inscribes his both coffins and mummies Luckily sign with his full princely title and his pilferers deemed the pictures to be business corn doctor underneath All tho Tbeso statistics of no value so were thrown away but aro Princes Galitzin not to perish in tho dry dust of tho were recently procured at the instance of the czar who is devising somo means for desert curtailing tho limit of an aristocratic Herr Grafs collection numbers ninety In Russia there are over 8000 fivo specimens of vnrying interest in title point of execution but nil valuablo as noblemen of tho degree of prince tho works of art They are portraits on cy- Â¬ Russian equivalent for duke count and press wood tho more ancient being baron in receipt of parish relief in- Â¬ painted in wax colors laid on with tho scribed on the rolls of the municipalities Detroit News ccstrum or spatula a lancet shaped in- Â¬ as paupers strument tho later specimens being pro- Â¬ Adepts at Stealing duced by water colors to which was Tho natlvo races along tho Eouthern added the yolk and whito of eggs or other resinous binding substances The coast of South America aro described as painting with wax was dono without tho professional wreckers and thieves Thelr employment of heat and without using practices aro told by the author of The tho brush tho ancients being ignorant of Cruiso of tho Falcon not for commend- Â¬ tho process of dissolving wax in turpen- Â¬ ation of course but to warn sailors who tine On examining theso rows of heads may bo cast away on those shores Ono sailor is sitting half asleep on his gazing calmly out of large lustrous eyes shut now for over 2000 years ono seems sea chest A gaucho comes up and tips to bo brought faco to faco with tho last him on tho back Bueno Johnny bueno Johnny of humanity in a more real way than has If you are not off I will send a bullet hitherto been in our power Ono is also struck with tho modern into you 6ays Jack Bueno Johnny bueno till look of many of these ancient portraits and off skulks tho gaucho to his There is a faco of an old man of wonder- Â¬ ful forco of character and intellectual horse which ho mounts With a sar- Â¬ power Tho painter Menzel of Berlin donic smile he takes off his hat to Jack lias declared that nothing finer than this bids him farewell and digging his spurs lias been dono in portrait painting Tho into the flanks of his wiry little horse female faces aro nearly all tinged with leans over his neck and is off at full gal- Â¬ melancholy but somo aro of great beau- Â¬ lop over the short grass of the sandy ty and they almost without exception plains At tho first stride of the horse to reveal traces of the distinction of tho originals There is a very modern head Jacks intense surprise his box is of an old lady with short gray locks wrenched violently from under him He Tbo fidelity of execution in these paint- Â¬ jumps up rubs his eyes and before he ings is bo great that doctors havo been can recover his senses he sees hi prop-Â¬ erty rolling and bumping away over tho able to detect tho existence of dropsy sand hills at tho heels of the gaucbos Architect steed for tills clever gentleman had Something Beyond Comprehension managed to make ono end of his lasso But how is it with tho distanco to the fast to tho handlo of Jacks box while sun If so much time is needed to reach engaged in conversation with him tho moon it will tako years to reach tho Youths Companion sun Yes it will years and years But how many It i3 a mere question of For Adoption mathematics A gentleman living near Allegan If tho sun is 02000000 relates an interesting story of miles from us and our locomotive travels Mich Somo person owning a 75 miles an hour it will bo 1220600 fclino sagacity hours on tho journey or 51111 dayaflf cat with three kittens and desiring to 24 hours each or 140 years In other be rid of them took tbem in a bag to a words had the locomotive been known wood near the gentlemans house and in tho middlo of tho last century tho dropped them flight could have been begun 25 years In a short time the mother cat was before tho battlo of Bunker Hill and tho seen to approach tho house with a kitten iron horso could havo been thundering in her mouth Reaching tho door she down the ages ever since day and night dropped tho kitten and retreated to the at this tprrifio Kneed What a distanco i woods from whence she soon returned is that Yet that is but the radius of the with another kitten but instead of leav- Â¬ orbit whoso circumference tho earth ing it where the first was left she took travels cvcryycar Where aro our idcaa It to a neighboring house then return of speed and distance They ore too ing to the woods brought out the third- feeblo for mention compared with this and last kitten and left it at still anÂ¬ Then what possible significance can it other neighbors The old cat then disappeared and was havo to us to say that light moving with a velocity of 300000 miles a second not seen again until it was time for tho will reach us from a certain star in 50 kittens to bo fed when she visited each years from another in 80 from another house nursed tho kittens and then dis- Â¬ in 125 We aro utterly overwhelmed and appeared again This course of procedure sho followed our own figures aro infinitely beyond our Christian Union comprehension until tho kittens wero weaned when she disappeared and has not been seen since Was it reason or instinct that caused the With Intent to Deceive Table is informed of a mother cat to distribute the kittens to Tho Breakfast now idea of a shoe manufacturer which different homes so that all might bo is reported to have been tho means of adopted and the lives of all spared largely increasing his business Tho man- Â¬ Youths Companion ufacturer in question sends out all shoes nacllll on a Bald Head of his make which are intended for ladies Dr Saymonne claims to havo isolated wear devoid of any stamp on sole or upper by which the size can bo told Tho a bacillus called by him bacillus crini reason for this is due to a request from vorax which is tho causo of alopecia some of his retail customers to that effect It is ho says found only on tho scalp of When tho shoo gete to tho retail dealer man other hirsute parts of tho body ho may if he chooses to do so mark on and also the fur of animals being free tho proper size but ho may if ho is un- Â¬ from it The bacilli invado the hair scrupulous enough mark tho sboo so as follicles and mako the hair very brittle to mako it appear smaller than it really so that they break oil to tho skin Then If is That is if a shoe wero a 3 C he may the roots themselves are attacked mark it at 2 C It seems rather strange the microbes can bo destroyed early in that a shoo should sell more rapidly be tho disease tho vitality of the hairs may causo it is marked wrongly but if tho be preserved but after tho follicles are practice did not bring somo definite finan- Â¬ invaded and all their structures injured the baldness is incurable The follow Â¬ cial return it would not in all probability ing is Dr Saymonnes remedy to pre Â¬ Boston Advertiser bo pursued vent baldness Ten parts crude cod liver oil ten parts of tho expressed juico of Tho Voodoo Doctor onions and fivo parts of mucilage or the Tho peculiar methods of a voodoo doc- yolk of an egg aro thoroughly shaken tor practicing at Madison Ga aro thus together and tho mixture applied to the described When ho begins hi3 practice scalp and well rubbed in once a week on n patient ho gets a pot and fills it with This ho asserts will certainly bring water and roots and puts it on the firo to back the liair if tho roots aro not already boil Whilo tho water boils ho gets out destroyed but the application of the in the floor and 6hakcs himself and says remedy must bo very distressing to the Tin a buzzard Im a crow Tm an eagle patients friends and neighbors Medi- Â¬ Tm a kingfisher then goes over a lot of cal Record Ho then unintelligible incantations makes tho patient look into tho pot of Old Manuscript boiling water until ho can sco tho ono A scholar named Musso chanced one who tricked him Tho patient is visited frequently at night Tho pot with roots afternoon to enter a bookbinders shop and medicines is boiled and the patient in Paris Noticing that tho man was must undergo a thorough rubbing with about to cut up a mass of manuscript he tho contents of tho pot whilo the doctor begged leave to examine it To his sur doing tho rubbing goes over his incanta- Â¬ priso ho found that he had hit upon tho works of Agobard a learned prelate of tions Exchange Seeing its value tho ninth century Musso purchased tho manuscript and The Women Iraiso 11 11 II thus preserved a volumo which con- Â¬ tained many valuable details of those TuosunerIngf women certainly nwnkrns tlio Kyniruitliy of ecry Iruc philanthrope early days Chicago Herald Their lxt frlrml lioweier U II II 11 IU Scud to Blood liulm Co Utile Mood linim AtlHiituUn for proof Common Sense writes H U tnhsidy Kminewiw U Three bottles of B B IJ curud ray wife of Flmulil be tied in attempting to cure fccrofntn Mrs R M Lnws Znlaha Florida write that very dlsagteeable disease catarrh I linve never used iinjlbliig to equal B B A catarrh originates in Impurities In Mrs t H Uny noety Mount N C wrltoss no JJnta day for 13 years was I trt from Ueml lite blood local applications can do neho IS il B putiroly relieved me I feel permanent good The common m umj Hue nnollier peion method of treatment Is to purify the James W Lancaster of HimkliiKvlllr On My wife wn In had health for writes blood and for this purpose there is no eight years Klro doctors nnd many patent nit dlclncx had done uo good Six hotilcs of preparation superior to Hoods Sarsa liJiacuDd nor Miss K TotniinKon Atlanta On says parillu That this peculiar medicine For years I lmve suffered with rheumatism by the caused by kidney trouble and ludrgexUon I does cure catarrh Is shown B B 11 lellev many te timoolals from ieope who nlMiwah feeble and nervous od me although several otlier medicines 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through looking over our immense stock of Dry Goods it will be 270 of great benefit to you not to neglect our TREMENDOUS 3 70 Handsome Dress Goods at 10c Per Yard 370 260 3 20 1 40 Youthsdunpaulon Stock of Clothing to 3250 300 up to 1000 Good Overcoats for Boys from ular Any publican of iinpoitance in the Good Overcoats from 250 up to 2500 United States or Europe can be secured Good Suits of Clothes from 500 up bv Thk Clisiax at lea- - tbnu the reg- Â¬ Good Suits lor Boys from rats Hew and 200 up to 1200 Original Designs OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS A MARVEL of BEAUTY C- 21- - OF ARTISTI- and is beyond question the best stock and cheapest one in this city I Ml S CLOAK DEPARTMENT is a beauty embracing every stylo and quality conceivable from New Markets at 500 up to Handsome Plushes at 40 We havo everything that one can imagine for Ladies Misses and Children in Long Cloaks Jackets Sacques Etc Dont fail to give our Cloak Departments look In Granite and Marble We Have MafieUHisual Exertions In 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