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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jPrFr9 i ly -- - Z TO r ySFH in JV 1 volume attorneys fiETBUKNAM A TTORNETS-AT-LA RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY THE BARNARD3 NOT TO HANG Sentence of the Fire Condemned Broth Â¬ ers to he Commuted Nov 23 Gov- NAsnviMn Tenn ernor Taylor lias received petitions from 3000 prominent citizens in east Ten ncssee and letters from a majority of the supremo judges requesting him to pardon or commute tho sentence of death passed on the fivo Barnard broth- Â¬ ers who killed Honley Sutton in Han- Â¬ cock county last January RESORTED TO A REVOLVER NOVEMBER 27 1889 Men Have Fa The Way to Teach NUMBER 24 aiupwui lt Should FRANOE nnnhint nf Bun uiaM j Nr v11 - - - Kentucky BwBMdi Bnltding Fllt Bo Recognized at Onco By Sister Republics STILL HESITATING sl LLIVA2 A TT mXEi A T LA IV ij He Brought Up In the Chamber of Deputies The Brazilian as formerly oe-n fmt 81 Minister ReeeWes Some Informatlan K-uni JiMfcw HtMer Direct From the New Republic p s POWELL London Nov 23 Deputy Hubbard of the French chamber of deputies has A TLA IV A TTOriXEl announced lib intention of questioning Kentucky the government whether the French re- Â¬ n N public proposes to recognize the republic - - Sck oiM Street The general impression is of Brazil that the reply frill be to the effect that precedent forbids recognition of the pro- Â¬ TFSTAL frURGERY visional government but that as soon as I A WILKES SMITH the constituent assembly which is to be called by the provisional government has vtv SURGEON Kextucky announced a definitive form of govern Â¬ tji ment on the authority of the people of - STith BaiMfncMalM Street Office the country France will hasten to recog- Â¬ nize the sister republic 3- t limited I demlslry It ia likely that this attitude will fail to satisfy the more radical members of MORGAN D D S the chamber and that they will insist RICHMOND KENTUCKY upon some immediate action beinjr taken to show that France prefers the Repub Â¬ government in Brazil ModlseQ NaUannl lican form of M un Street evtr There is a general feeling manifested 3- Republicans and among Radicals throughout Europe that danger exists of V CREED D D S towards monarchism in Bra- Â¬ a reaction zil and that such governments of Europe KIKSl ILLE KENTUCKY as are of the popular type should give countenance so far as possible to the rev- Â¬ Everythlnj olutionists at Rio rninc ll rcnMonco JT ng tu tli irofiiiiion Tliis is considered appropriate also as a legitimate offset to the secret but nev Â¬ PHYSICIANS ertheless undoubted efforts of the mon Â¬ archists throughout Europe to create sentiment and if possible effect tangible J 31 rOlATZ aM for their representative who lias been dismissed from service in South Pin ICIA XANDSURGEON Kentucky America It is openly asserted in Paris t v - that the pope is also intriguing in favor of this movement to bring about the res- Â¬ nd Street Hxt te WMtes Drug toration of the Bourbon dynasty in Brazil It is not considered possible or advisa- Â¬ LANS3LD ble to t eek the replacement of Dom Pedro himself but it is hoped that cir- Â¬ F 7j sJClAXAND SURGEON Kbxtucky cumstances will arise which will mako it R possible to secure the throne for his grandson who has some popular quali- Â¬ J- s ixv Street ties and would probably receive the warm allegiance of many Brazilians who would prefer the empire to a republic J TAYLOR 4 T provided the former were administered Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery in a little more progressive fashion than the latter Kentucky was possible inhampered as years of Dom R Pedros reign it was by the bigotry and ultra conservativism of the iil sireeteer Dykes Ureaery Princess Isabella and her adherent a Tlie French and Spanish republicans are anxious to prevent any step being Id1 JDIIXM FOSTER taken to further this scheme and they are endeavoring to secure action by Pll i S ICIA N A ND S URGE ON similar to that taken Kentucky their governments confederation which by the little Swiss r - IiTn street Mxtnr to Lxons has not hesitated to instruct its repre t I s1r nilence at er Mia aM THiea bentative in Brazil to recognize the pro- Â¬ I- ue l visional government as the legitimate successor of the empire H PHIL ROBERTS News Becelred at Washington j TCIAN AND SURGEON WASUiMrroN Nov 23 Dr Talente Kentucky the Brazilian minister has received the following cablegram from Ruy Barbora U m s TwrfocS ttrws Store ont the minister of finance of the provisional I un IHfere ilk pro government at Bio Janeiro KtwrtMT life l tlt rMMte All the provinces have signified their adlioronce to the republic and provi Â¬ 1 sLXSMUTI M D W sional government without any resistance The government in each or protest r7J SICIANAND SURGEON state k being rapidly organized A de-Â¬ V - Kentucky cree of the provisional government has eIIml extended the right of suffrage to all citi- Â¬ - profemtooat aarviees to tbe PJ- - zens except only thoe unable to read or write The archbishop the head of the church has conferred his solemn bene- Â¬ K s M LETCHER D diction upon the new government and the republic IHSICIANAND SURGEON Dr Valente places no credence what Â¬ Kentucky ever in the published reports coming m n from Europe hinting at instability of the new government and probable break iiiHliKuiMiagUtR HtreeL 36- - ing up ot tfrazuinto uiree separate 6tates He regards the republic as fixed and per- Â¬ manent and that the new congress II AV BRKillT M D which will be elected under the enlarged irVCIAX AND SURGEON suffrage proposed by the provisional gov- Â¬ Kuntucky ernment will complete the organization m republic in manner entirely In Smith BalkHog en Main Street of the new i fmiioiiglwen to wrtroxeoplent and satisfactory to the people of Brazil c i imumUnuser tissues and flutU 8- lulled by a lassengcr Train un butty EvANSvnXE Ind Nov 23 A wo Â¬ s HOLTON man apparently about CO years old was killed by a passenger train on the Union Surgeon Honeopitbic Physician and Â¬ and of track at Kentucky sylvania the corner thisSeventh aboutPennK1M streets 630 city T M Urichts 2 ever I Ilenr Ss to o clock yesterday The train was back- Â¬ I a M m0 to 4W0 p in Speewl attention ing from the Evansville and Terre Haute r i J heaKe of women and all diffi - to the Louisville and Nashville stations r c Pxtlenls treated at a dlslegs were completely severed from - nirnutr ta lloineopathle medlelnes sent to Both the body the victim dying in a few mo- Â¬ j l TnS ments The woman has since been iden- Â¬ tified as a Mrs Geiss of this city GIBSON JENNINGS JJlls Coffee Dealer In Trouble Physicians and Surgeons Wells New York Nov 23 Sanger Kentucky coffee dealers at 82 Front street have Riciim vd asked for an extension Their liabilities RIcoV are put at 300000 with only nominal rTi c Main street over Wallace assets The firm proposes to settle in full with six twelve ana eighteen months E- AULTZ time As security it proposes to give the X patents of the Anchor Manufacturing PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON company of Detroit A meeting of the Ri un vd Kentucky creditors will be held and it is thought the firms offer will be accepted rtr x 2 v Mate Street Buniam Brotherhood Meeting Changed 18- Lu Wing upstairs Chjcaoo Nov 25 At Saturday nights conference of the Brotherhood of m ball players it was decided to change Hralir Gas anl Stcaa Fitting the date of7the players League meeting 1890 to Dec 01 1880 when from Jan ityill be held at the Fifth avenue hotel Â¬ fump Repairing a Specialty All New York John M Ward the Brotherkin Is cif pumps kept at Gas Works hood president left last night forSt Rictininml Leave orders at Bonanza Louis instead of returning direct to New ii or W G Whites Drug Store- York He will probably be in Chicago again Tuesday rrobably Gone to Canada Whkaton Minn Nov 25 B F Plummcr who has been buying wheat atDumont this county for the Stair Christenson and Case Elevator company 45 WlOGlss IlUXTK ClNOINNATI O is missing with 1500 belonging to the company in addition to being short in his accounts on several thousand bushels au refer to buildings successfully He was last seen in Ortanville last Med in Richmond Maysville Ml Wednesday in the company of a well Vng Wucueser nd Owiugsvllle known gambler and card sharp of Grace6 ville Doable Murder PxneCite Minn Nov 25 William Brooker committed a double murder here Sunday afternoon shooting down in cold blood William P Coombs and After committing the atrocious Mr Georce W Judy represenllng wife deed he visited a neighbors house and Oim Jirpnt Paris Ky will or sat with hitfTifle across his Knees con- Â¬ is Turkey Pens here about November versing coolly about the heartless deed J aod will want twontr llintMand Coombs leaves two small children i rK 1 l highest market price He Brooker is at large J buyer Save your turkeys Attempted Wholesale Assassination l3r Mm 18 25 IaosvrooD Mich Nov 2a Three j dynamite cartridges were exploded un der the Alcazar tneatre at uuriey wis late last night Fortunately the ex Â¬ plosive was so placed tnat the building was but slightly damaged and no one The in the audience of 400 was killed attempted wholesale assassination caus Â¬ clue ed great excitement There is no IJlIiV M Kentucky Tbe Subject to rf i -- HEAVY RAINS IN THE EAST Bridges Washed Away and Hallway Trains Discontinued New Yobk Nov 22 Heavy rains have caused many streams in New York Now Jersey Pennsylvania and Mary Â¬ land to overflow their banks and a number of towns have sustained con- Â¬ siderable damage from tho floods Traffic on tho Eno railway was stopped by washouts near Elmira The lower portions of that city aro inundated and the Northern Central railroad is blocked by washouts and landslides One freight train was wrecked by a landslide and Engineer Dolaney had a leg broken Several bridges have been carried awny around Elmira and Hornellsville lie high Valley railway trains are delayed Canisteo is partly inundated by a riso of the Canisteo river Jtailroad traffic there is suspended Several lailroad bridges in Pennsylvania have been washed away compelling a discontinu- Â¬ ance f trains The storm is very severe along the Jersey coast The pier at Long Branch is in danger and the bluffs and bulk- Â¬ heads in that part of the coast have been badly damaged Tho river at mlliamsport Pa has reached tho fifteen foot mark At Clear- Â¬ field it was at twelve feet and at a Stand- Â¬ still Lycoming creek was within two feet of tho June flood mark at Cogsa Station Bridges 1 2 8 18 and 19 on the Northern Central railroal have been carried away and tho running of all trams hate been abandoned The Philadelphia and Reading railroad are running trains to Montgomery The bridge at Munchie of the Keading road is disabled as well as tho Philadelphia and Erie bridge at Montgomery It is feared that the Market streot toll bridge ot Williamsport will be washed away Tho water is still rising and will proba Â¬ bly reach eighteen feet BURNING MINES V s dPA Pv7 CLLTT BARNARD ELIJAH BAlUtARD ASDCRSOS BARXARD LITTLE JOJIH BARTARD JOUR BAR3ARD After a careful examination of the record the governor has decilol to com- Â¬ mute the sentence of all and ho may pardon some of tho five Neck Snved In New York Aobast N Y Nov 23 Governor Hill has commuted the sentence of for killing Mrs Goets RAILROAD Charles Gibliu to imprisonment for life ACCIDENTS Ono ROASTED MEAT hfc jMr E- Ell -- -- -- i f- X- 1 I t 1 - Mccarty C1UPSEY BROWN TURKEYSWANTED CrrSeroeJ3olden i Medlcsl i I is recommended co money paw xor Promptly refunded MeoI Discovery cures all humors frotS to irLS2Inon PlnPle blotch or eruption Tatter Eczema Erysipelas oS1 Disease Scrofutoui Sores aod yed GUods GoKre or Thick At2St l UmTlnd lWMfinltllIlt U At Discovery Is c to benefit or cure diseases for which ri8 FeTer-HjFif-f- e1 tk ottferftJ1 ao TiSi for 5 W1 ot the Iibct Jtnla wSi118 Properties U taken G Discovery cores Consamp iT0 2Ptlr a ttBrisfpf m Hma AShiS 3S cares U br la la ttoe y Sraa- - omrtii - - ktooied tsemmtf Vmrt JIHTZ yel boSSiJPEHS I DOM by QTHAHIU mv remedy 2i Minor Event and Little Happenings at Wednesday morning the throe story Various Places bnck building at Twenty first and Jane A rich gold find is reported in Michigan streets occupied by Charles Clans as a Kansas farmers are burning coal for fuel meat storage house was entirely de- Â¬ finding it cheaper than coaL stroyed with its contents nearly 100 W H JIcKeal shot and killed his fatherin 000 pounds of fresh and salt meats self defense near Tazewell C H W-r- being destroyed Tho large stables adjoining owned The official plurality of Abbett Democrat by Keeling Company coal operators for gjvernor of New Jersey is 14233 were alsouamagcd In the attempt to Timothy McCarty was instantly killed by liberate sixty head of horses from the burning car a live electric wlro at Providence K L Tho injured were removed to tho burning stable a stampede occurred At Pine City Minn William Booker shot during which a number of persons wore West Pennsylvania hospital and aro and killed William P Coombs and wife Joseph Boucher of Chicago entente knocked down and severely injured by David Notestrin was instantly killed by tho excited animals Mr Claus esti- Â¬ to Germany right leg and arm blly the explosion of an engine at Shawnee O burned not expected to live Louis mates hU loss at 33000 insurance A negro named Bland was lynched in Vir enrouto to Hogaril of Pittsburg 3000 ginia for criminally assaulting a girl named Franco scalp wounds Edward Will- Â¬ e Forest Fires Destructli Gee iam of Pittsburg bruised and back Henry Wolfe was instantly killed at Fre- Â¬ Fort Wokth Tex Nov 22 Passcn- - spmined Sarah llliams his wife foot who arrived on the southbound crushed both enrouto to England mont O by the accidental dischargo of a fera Worth and Denver train report a Richard Lefevro gun 119 Stiles street terrible prairie and forest fire now Philadelphia contusion right foot The Ohio school examiners will hold their raging for more than ten miles along MaryMcTighe of Pittsbnrg contusion next annual meeting at Columbus Decem A PECUtlAR ACCIDENT Eaters of Sleat the road and back from the road for back on her way to England berse more than a mile The fire caught from As a rule the meat eater lives more The otherpasscngcrs were but slightÂ¬ Seven People Terribly Horned One Child Threo deaths from diphtheria occurred at a locomotive and n high west wind ly injured tho Soldiers and Sailors Orphans home rapidly than the vegetarian is much more Fatally blowing the flames soon licked up hay Xenia O likely to overfeed and give his excretory Medical Spetngs Mo Nov 23 Injured In a Ballroad TVrrck oats fencos and barns Formers corn The number ot inmates at the Ohio apparatus too much to do and so far is McGkegob Iowa Nor 2 The Seven people were terribly burned one and stockmen worked diligently but 253 over more liable to disease This is a matter were unable to arrest the spread of the Elhado train on the Chicago Mil- Â¬ child fatally in a most peculiar accident soldiers orphans home increased he should tako into consideration for flames Great trees are on fire and tho waukee and St Paul road left the hero Sunday afternoon From one of last year Hattie Sang and Mlnnio Snyder are under there is no doubt that most of us eat too The fire begins track Saturday evening at St Olaf the wells which have been bored near situation is critical south of Ilhone in Wiso county and shaking up the passengers and badly tho spring for the purpose of reaching a arret at Wooster O for burglary They much meat for continuance of health ends near Herman ten miles distant injuring several Mary Mehan of Du- Â¬ Detter supply or water tnero is a con confessed especially so if tho animal has not A company has been organlrcd to pipe buque was seriously hurt about the stant flow of natural gas The proprie The loss will reach thousands of dollars spiuo and bide Andrew Reiter of Tho tor has piped this gas and uses it for the natural jras to Chicago from fields near Ko been carefully fedand nurturedlossand of properly killed with sufficient FOREIGN NEWS McGregor News Mrs Thomas Will- Â¬ purpose of making a display to attract korao Ind Â¬ iams and Deputy Sheriff Elmer Ben- Â¬ attention to tho cprin s Froci the piJes The late John H Shoonberger of Pitts blood It is here probably and in insufStanley Heard From TlirongU Captain ton of McGrego- - sustained painful burg bequeathed a million dollars for chariÂ¬ ficient or improper cooking and keeping a flame burns to the height of about ten Wlumann Other Item though not serious injuries The pas Â¬ feet that danger from ptomaines cadaveric table purposes Berlin Nov 22 The Keichsanzoi senger coach turned completely over Sunday afternoon when a large crowd Lafayette FVoutz was cut and killed by alkaloids alkaloids which form in a ger publishes a dispatch from Capt was present a party of roughs got into Reuben Gardner at West Mill Grove Oj dead animal body arises These ore It Might Have Been IVorse Wissmann dated at Mpwapwa Oct 13 stand probably most dangerous in badly killed PrrrsBCBo Nov JO The limited a fight and during the melee thethe per- Â¬ Saturday night stating that four of Stanloys soldiers down bringing baby fell into a kettla Of and cooked meats on the second third A mail west on the Pennsylvania railroad pipe was thrown down with a crash and one of Emins men had arrived ran into a land tlide near Bessemer pendicular portion boiling lard near Beamen Mo and was and fourth days Professor E M Swan there on Nov 10 They report that they Pa lost night and tho engine and The gas flame was thrown directly upon burned to death Â¬ bag nick left Stanley at Neukmma on Aug lv gage car were wrecked fireman John a party of women and children burning The Montana legislature assembled Satur- Â¬ and traveled via Noembo and Jlwerie Good was of them in a terrible manner The Use of Arsenic is thought fatally injured several Henry WlUoughby was standing day as two bodies Republicans and Demo it Mrs eri thence north to Ugogo complet- Â¬ coats organizing separately The effects of the continued use of ing the journev in thirty three days E H Butler had one leg broken and directly in front or tho jet with her Tho jury in the case of Gus Suessman at arsenic have been the subject of so much was otherwise badly hurt but will re-Â¬ baby in her arms when the including nine days spent in resting larceny re- Â¬ with discussion of late that the following an seen accident or delay the expedition cover Had the engino fallen to the name struck tho child in tho face liter- Â¬ Cincinnati charged guiltygrand right instead of tho loft the entire train ally roasting it Mrs Willoughby was turned a verdict of should reach Mowapwa on Nov 20 experts opinion will be read with inter- Â¬ Coroner Rendigs places the blame of tho with its load of 200 souls would hare also fearfully burned and is not expected Both Emin and Suuley had had fre- Â¬ est My experience in its medicinal use quent battles with parties of Mahdists gone down an embankment 103 feet to recover The child died almost in-Â¬ Big Four accident at Trautmans in Cincin- Â¬ has been very considerable and my im- Â¬ high nati on the train dispatcher and were uniformly victorious Tho stantly Two other ladies and three Edward J Bohnort committed suicide in pressions as regards its effects when long English missionaries were protected by EFFECTS OF THE RECENT BUZZARD children were burned about the face but Cincinnati yesterday morning by shooting continued are certainly very different the Germans After the rout of Bnshire none of them fatally himself Despondency was the causa from what we have recently seen so free Â¬ Emin left tho two Egyptian officers be Â¬ It Is Now Believed That One Ilonndred People Perished In the Snow The extensive fruit jar works cf Wilson ly expressed I never knew a patient MANCHESTER MARTYRS hind to assume charge of tho station Company nt Marion Ind become fond of arsenic or experience JlcCulloujrh Denver CoL Nov 18 After an Irish Americans 3Xeet In were destroyed by fire Saturday night Storms Over the Black Sea agreeable effects from its long continu- Â¬ almost unprecedented struggle of two Fire Thousand Chicago Odessa Nov 22 Storms of fearful weeks with snow and wind Electric headlights invented by a Cincin- Â¬ ance On tho contrary nothing but the Denver severity are raging throughout the re-Â¬ CniCAGO Nov 25 Five thousand nati electrician will bo used on the divisions gions of tho Black sea and tho Sea of and Fort Worth road is once more open Irish American men and women friends of the Pennsylvania railroad west of Pitts anxiety to bo rid of a loathsome skin The company succeeded of Dr Cronin gatherea in Battery D burg disease will induce the majority of those Azov and both of theso bodies of water for business is prescribed to continue whom are filled with masses of ice which in in releasing the imprisoned travelers Saturday evening for the purpose of It is proposed to orgonlzo a National asso-Â¬ for It it many places has formed a complete and and freight the first of the weak only Once a Week taking honoring the memory of the Manchester ciation for tho protection of freedom to have the line closed again in a few impenetrable blockade hours It is believed now that ha martyrs Aleen Larkin and OBrien and Prominent colored men ore in the moveItalys Claim to Kant African Coast backbone of tho terrible storm is vindicating tho memory of the murdered ment A Kew Machine Propeller Rome Nov 22 The Gazette an broken and traffic will be uninter- Â¬ Irish patriot Dr P H Cronin Friends of Jeff Davis have organized a M de Susini a Corsican doctor has it counces that Italy assumes a protecto was but a little past 3 oclock when company to syrdicato and sell a tract of rupted It ate over the coast of East Africa from Stories from the buzzard stricken sec Â¬ Chairman P W Dunn called the meet Â¬ wild land in Arkansas to pay a 40000 debf is asserted constructed a motive appa- Â¬ northern limiti of Ki3mayn to a point tion continue to rrrive In the Mora ing to order and it was considerably past for him ratus or propeller of twenty horse power two and a half degrees north valley New Mexico for the past ten midnight before tho great audience dis- Â¬ It is claimed that an Ohio convict sent which is worked by sulphuric ether a days the snow has been between three persed The addresses of the evening from Cincinnati under the name of Miller result which the doctor anticipates will This section is were made by Ed OMeagher Condon is in reality old man Bender pf Kansas realize a saving of 63 per cent of tho anil four feet deep POWDERLV TO BE ARRESTED thinly settled but the Mexican families the Rev Father Toomey of Polo BL notoriety combustible material at present employed Conspiracy Preferred Against are in a destitute condition and owing and John Devoy Tho memory of Dr Charge of The wholesale grocery store tit Jaoney Three Prominent People to heavy snows are unable to move Cronin in words of honor and high es- Â¬ Andrews 121 and 123 Market street Phila Â¬ for setting machinery in motion New Pittsbubg Nov 22 from their plazas A ranchman living teem and the history of the triangle told delphia was destroyed by fire early Sunday York Telegram John R Byrne of tho Knights of near Corosu Springs CoL left three in bold denunciation of its deeds wero morning and the contents of several adjoin Â¬ ing buildings badly damaged by water PRICES CURRENT Labor was arrested at Scottdale Pa young children in his cabin one day last their themes In tho course of his speech Father Total loss about 5230000 yesterday evening on a charge of con Â¬ week and utarted with onothor man for Bevlew of the Money Stocks and Cattlo town after food Thev have never been Toomey charged Patrick Egan and Alex- Â¬ As tbe steamer Zealandia was entering the spiracy preferred by ex Representative Quotations for Nor 913 with liavine Ldwafd Collaghan The information seen since Three cow men from Los ander Sullivan Mr Parnell betrayed the harbor at Honolulu Nov 16 Professor Von Money Hew York Vegas have been missing several days confidence of and to this TasselL the ballonist made on ascension Wall Street 5 also includes General Master Workman and thev have no doibt perished 6 per cent was It is treason ne saia is directly attributable from shore dropped from tho baloon in a on call sixes easy at bidto fours coupon Cur Â¬ Powderly and Peter fise a local labor thought 117W 127 rency that when the snow melts away the foul murder which befell the martyr parachute and fell into the ocean He was leader Mr Powderly will be placed do the remains of ncarlv one hundred vic Â¬ Cronin Resolutions were unanimously seen no more and it is supposed that ho was bid stock market this 105 bid was mod-Â¬ under arrest on his return from Atlanta tims will be oxposeL morning The adopted Dledginir tho authorities ener eaten by sharks to Scranton Wise is absent from home erately active 123850 shares changing hands getic and active co operation in bringing The Central Trust company of New York in the two hours session The course of but will be arrested at the earnest pos A DestructlTe Ballroad Wreck to justice the instigators of the murder has filed suit at Indianapolis against tho prices was somewhat irregular in the early sible moment part of the dealings but after the appearFokt Wayne Ind Nov 23 X mis- Â¬ Â¬ Ohio India and Western Railway company The suit grows out of letters Mr Pow AH ou Board Perished ance of the bank statement on increase In derly published in The Journal of understanding a of train orders was the Ore Nov 2A The tug Fear- Â¬ to forocloso its mortgage and asking for the the reserves of 935325 prices straightened Dbatn disastrous wreck on the United Labor in June 1883 At that occasion of near Argos Ind late Sat Â¬ less of Coos bay Capt James Hill BDDointmcnt of a receiver The suit devel and closed as a rule fractionally higher than time Callaghan was a candidate for Nickel Plate An commanding ran onto North Spit at oped the fact that the road was leased not last evenings figures Tho feature among senatorial nomination but was over- Â¬ urday night was eastbound bythrough Â¬ tho mouth of Umpqua river Tuesday bought by the Big Four the railroad stocks was Reading It was run into a westfreight train whelmingly defeated Callaghan alleges heavily sold at times but its price changed bound light train The crew of the evening and soon went to pieces not very little The next most active stocks Weather Indications that he was boycotted and injurouin through freight saved themselves by one of the crew or passengers fifteen in snow much colder were Northern Pacific Atchison ChesaÂ¬ Rain turning into his business by Knights of Labor jumping but every ono of the crew on all escaping Sho was on her return peake and Ohio and Denver and Rio Grande through the inbuenceof Byrne Pow Â¬ the othpr train was injured Engineer trip from Astoria where she had to go northwesterly winds The trust stocks were firm and closed gener derly and Wise Byrne was released Matt Wilson was hurt internally and to tako a lot of Chinamen lately dis Â¬ Strausss Band Plays Into the Phonograph allvhieher SO emen ient under bail Atchison wh died Fireman Pereguay was badly in- Â¬ charged from the canneries on Coos It was Mr Edisons express desire to 100K 106K N Y Cent jured about the back and his recovery is bay 73 Northwestern 113Vt waltzes recorded have somo of jjtrausss Trial of the Naratia Rioters doubtful Conductor Waterson saved 23 Ohio Miss No Berolutlon in Cuba on tho phonograph as being ono of the Del Hudsonl50 Baltimore Nov 23 The trial of his life by jumping but badly sprained S3 142tf Pacific Mail Nov 23 Information havÂ¬ most characteristic products of Vienna Havana the Navassa rioters was continued yes- Â¬ both ankles Brakeman Brown is hurt 99v Erie tf Rock Island lOOjJ St Paul terday John ORourke Henry A about the hips and Flagman Moulgin ing been received hero that reports ftf a Accordingly the phonograph was taken Lake Shore TOJi ST Western Union 84f Jones Charles W Boby and H M severely injured about the legs The Cuban revolution aro in circulation in to tho music hall yesterday whero Herr Lfifi capitals it is deemed tho European VaiL white bosses on the Island of Na wrecked trams blockaded tho tracks for proper to state that tho rumors are Eduard Strauss and his famous bond Cincinnati vasfa gave testimony similar to that of several hours There has were waiting When the enormous fun- Â¬ WnxAT 7878c wholly without foundation Dr Smith Boby is the man who was Corn 30 c been no disordor whatsoever nor any nel had been adjusted and everything Billed by Cars first assaulted by tho negroes He was Unwashed fine merino 18319c struck on the head with a crowbar bot Ccrccof ati Nov 23 Miss Mary Mul signs of disturbance and the island was was ready tho band struck up By the UWool combing 2321c medium delaine blood Musicians and and clothing2425c braid 1820cmedlum he could not tell who struck him He larkv Miss Annie McDonald and Don never mora quiet or in peopio moro Beautiful Blua Danube conductor seemed to bo fully aware that combing 2425c fleece washed fins merino became unconscious immediately upon Ryan were struck by a hacking freight contented than now being struck Robysaid he was stand Â¬ train at the Park street crossing of tho they were playing not only to the world X and XX 3g3te medium clothing S0 Ballot Box Wood Arrested ing near thp diggings occupied by Rob Â¬ Chesapeake and Ohio railroad late Sat- Â¬ but to posterity The famous waltz has 31c delaine fleece 30Slo at 70031050 CiNoiKSATt Nov 23 R G Wood Hay New samples offered Â¬ urday night Miss Mullariy was In who figured in tho ballot box forgery inson when lie was felled perhaps never been played with such old common to choice timothy sells at I1L50 stantly killed having her neck broken case was arrested last night on a 1200per ton prairie brings 7002850 bench purity and such vigor Herr Strauss Hydrophobia ataiarblehead and being otherwise horribly mangled MbbiiEHEad Mass Nov zo John Miss McDonald had both limbs torn off warrant from Judge Ermston for crimi- Â¬ was quite impatient while the wax cylin- Â¬ straw fe00ffiu0a to choice butchers 300 Cattle Good B Wiluams about 33 yearn old was at the hips and died about one hour aft- Â¬ nal libel byThe affidavit against him der and the tubes were screwed on and 350 fair 3002L73 common L25L75 BJtrry R Probssco Wood it was interesting to watch his face as he stoskers and feeders TjcJently ill yesterday with erward Mr Ryan will recover though was filed taken i0030u denies all knowlege of the paper to listened to the familiar strains that re Hogs Selected butchers and heavy ship Â¬ hydrophobia and died after suffering seriously injured which the forged signatures were atÂ¬ ping 3S03S5 fair to good packing 370 ejAny Ayoungson of Will Â¬ terrible turned to him He followed every note a60 common and rough packing 300 tached His bail was fixed at l 000 Wedded Jrj a Woman iam A Bell was also attacked by the most critically and confirmed the asser- Â¬ aC5 fair to good light 370A80j pigs Nov 25 The Ohio disooso yesterday The boy is alive Richmond Ind Itcpalrlng the Flood Damage tion that not ono tone had undergone the 333375 cannot resovpr WUnams was bitÂ¬ papers were not long since commenting but WrTTTAVBPOBT Sheep 2 75 400 Pa Nov 23 The by n mad dog two months ago and on the uniqueness of a marriage cere- Â¬ first train on tho Northern Central rail- Â¬ slightest change Afterward a merry ten 75 575 Lambs boy about six weeks ago The mony performed by a woman Within road since tho recent flood arrived polka was played and a delightful min the Chlcago dog that bit Williams also bit hia a few days Joseph Gause and Miss Ida here yesterday Since Wednesday five uet from a string quartet toe gentle re tome Hoos Ught 370a05 mixed 370 brother and several other persons hut Boren wire united in marriage in Mil- - temporary bridges have been erected on fined music of which was wonderfully at5 henvy3733tX to the perpetrators they nave shown no symptoms of the ton wis coujuy uj mc jji wu o Auuuioi tho Northern Central and many others reproduced Farewell Mendelssohns Cattle Extra Dseves 460525 steers malady as yet she being a minister of the Society of strengthened Tho work of ropairs on to the Forest came next and a quartet 3004CO cows bulls and mixed 125Q Death of Six Hundred Children Friends other roads is also being poshed rap Â¬ of cornets and the instrument rendered 285 stockers and feeders LS5290 San FnANcisco Nov 22 Advices Ulnars Kilted iy Falling Bock Sheep 2750525 idly received by steamer from Panama np to tho loud passages as faithfully as tho Father of an Antloeh Professor Dead Lambs 425375 Neoaotee Mioh Nov 22 Three Oct 28 sav A tenons epidemic of miners were killed and four others bad Â¬ soft and tender ones London Daily A Trust in Oranges Yellow Springs O Nov 25 Mr New York measles in Lota and Coronet Chili ar ly injurod in tho Buffalo mine at mid Â¬ John H Powers of New York fatlier of News Jaoksonyille Fix Nov Practi Weeat No 1 red winter E3cDe- ried off upwards of 600 children in July night last night by being buried in a Rev O W Powers of Antioch college cally all the oraugo growers 23 Florida of cembcr 83c lie Doesnt Keep Turpentine and August Public meetings in San Â¬ fall of rock As Boon as possiblo the died suddenly Saturday night here while have consolidated with the Florida Corn Mixed 42c Henry Almond sent a negro to The tiago are to beheld to protest against Eoven men were brought to the surface on a visit to his son Tho cause of his Fruit Exchange Tho arrangements Oats Na 2 mixed 233c December Â¬ the introduction of any more immi Gustavo Anderson died a few moments death is supposed to be the bursting of a were completed yesterday Argus office one day last week after srxc Out of the grants Pittsbnrg after his rescue and two Finns names bloodvessel His remains wero shipped estimated crop of 1800000 or 2 100000 fivo cents worth of turpentine Having good boxes this year at least 1500000 will a 20 cent bottle on hand we filled tho unknown have died since The other to New York for interment Tire Victims of the Snowstorm Cattle Prime 4104 stags a50 and fat bo handled through the exchange order to enable us to mail two letters S90 fair E2WU0 bulls Tiboqca San Nov ia Two men four wilt recover cows L6oaaw Five Necks Bared by a Governor Since then however we havoliad other in vesterdav from the Ken von Ex SIInlster Pendleton Sarlonsly I1L t ana Hoos Selected 400405 Yorkers 170 Slight Disturbance in Uruguay Â¬ itfniwl KMn Nashville Tenn Nov 22 Gov u 3j0400 8 5 Philadelphia A Nov 23 A tirivata ernor Taylor said yesterday ho would New Tons Montevideo TJrugnay Nov 23 Tho caHa for the ingredient and it worries na SmtEr Prime iS0509 fair to good w rsm Tr Tinn Mnttc it f i4 cablegram from Brussels saya that ox commute the death sentence of the five members of the ministry have tendered no little Once for all wish it understood Jwlina nl tVio TiVnn familv confdstinir of caramon L50i50 lambs wa dont keep turpentine and the 440S85 who was Senator reported that for the murder of their resignations It fathermother and -- bree chadron who mihister George H Pendleton President Barnard Brothers Hancock county lost this action is duo to is dispute which that individual who comes here for it next to Germany during a Heary Sutton in t- 11 in -- - frriWa blizzard- which Toledo rased throatrhout tLe west two weeks Clevelands administration is critically January They wero to have been arose between tho praaident and tho will meet with a imdden death Jackson WmAT Caeh Seef DggoKr in that citj minister of war ill GArpHL feaagadsoon Â¬ twc-year-ld One Hundred Thousand Pounds Destroyed by Fire In Tlttsburg PnTSBCBG Nov 22 At 2 oclock Fatally In Pittsburg Other Wrecks PrrrsBtnto Nov 18 A serious acci Â¬ dent occurred in the Pennsylvania rail Â¬ road yards last night resulting in tho injury of six persons ono of them fatal- Â¬ ly The third coach of the eastern ex- Â¬ press No C Pennsylvania railway jumped tho track rounding a curve at Scventeeth street immediately turning over and catching on fire They were fortv passengers in the car Tho ciew of tlio train and yard men set to work at once to rescue tho passengers from tho Six Persons Injured A Wronged Woman Slays Her Betrayer on the Streets of Jfew York New York Nov 23 Stephen It Pet- tus secretary and treasurer of tho Brooklyn Union Elevated railroad and a member of tho firm of Pollard Pettus Company of 34 Broad street this city was shot dead here Friday morn- Â¬ ing in front of 10 Fulton street by a Mrs Hannah Southworth who refused to give her address to the police when arrested Just before 10 oclock while Fulton street was crowded with people who had just lauded from a Brooklyn ferry boat a young woman wearing a sealskin sacque trimmed with long black fur was seen hurrying along behind a well dressed man wearing a derby hat When in front of No 10 she pulled a large Smith Wesson revolver from beneath her dress and fired five shot in quick succession at the man in front of her although ho fell at the first shot In fact tho woman con- Â¬ tinued firing until every chamber of the revoher was emptied As the victim writhed and toised in agony on the sidewalk the woman looking calm and self possessed actually smiled with apÂ¬ parent tatisfactiou In a short time a great crowd had gathered attracted to the spot by the repeated pistol firing She claims that Petus had betrayed her under a promise of marriage and a suit for breach of promise an 1 betrayal is now pending in the courts Petus died instantly The woman was placed under arrest and taken to tho Old Ship station At the station house she gate He ruined completely away and said me Ho dishonored me Last May Mrs Hannah B South worth assaulted Maj PetU3 on Sands street Brooklyn breaking an umbrella over hii head She was arrested May 10 and ou June G in a police court iu that city was fined -- 0 and placed under bonds to keep tho peace Mrs Southworths bond still holds good A brother of Mr Homer Petus from Tennessee came to the station at 11 oclock Ho broke completely down when told of tho tragedy tore his hair and begged that ms brothers wifo should not be told that his brother was killed by a woman Tho dead man left no children was committed Mrs Southworth without bail and the caso will come up before Coroner Levy at 11 a in on Tuesday She i j a native of Kentucky Her fathers name vas Martin At tho time tho family left Louisvillo Mrs Southworth was a little girl and is now about 83 jrcars old She met Mr South worth while on a vist to her uncle the late Jttdgo Torroy at his residence in Geneva N Y and was married to him some two years after Mr Southworth died within a year Mrs Southworth then returned to Louisville where sho remained until her father died a few years ago Sho then with her mother and brothe s went to Brooklyn to live It is Believed That Nine ered that tho fire which is njging in thd 7 caught in the 400rfoot level of the St Lawrence and as the two mines are con- - j nectea on every ievci uown to ine sou foot of the Anaconda the fire has com- municated itself to both The men who are supposed to be imprisoned in the 800- foot level of the Anaccnda have been given up and all the shafts drifts and slopes of the two mines have been bulk headed to try to smother the fire The men who fell from the cace in the St Lawrence are still lying at the bot- Â¬ tom of the shaft notwithstanding tha efforts that have been made to reach their bodies A great many men are missing but it will not bo known posi- Â¬ tively who are imprisoned in the burn Â¬ ing mines until Tuesday when the shaft bosses will call the roll of men To add to the seriousness of the situation 5000 pounds of dynamite are on the 300 foot level and if this should explode the cave in which would result would be terrible As the fire had no air to fan it it is believed that the carbonic acid gas which will necessarily Degenerated in the con- Â¬ fined space will eventually put it out Whether the fire has extended to tho workings of the Anaconda or not no one knows The number of lives lost is be- Â¬ lieved to be nine The two mines em- Â¬ ploy upwards of 1000 men Five are positively known to be dead in the mine and from two to four more are believed to have been caught in it their where- Â¬ abouts above ground being so far un Â¬ known To Superintendent Carrolls un- Â¬ flinching bravery and generalship must be credited whatever is saved of these mines He directed the men who bravely seconded his efforts and at tho risk or their lives closed up the mines by bulkheading the avenues of ingress ox the air It is the recitation in direct or indirect lshed In Montana studies which makes the pupil a friend Nov 23 It is discov or a truant a student or a scamp which Butte Mont r rr irr ot honest him aIons tho wiu endeavor or by ways of indolence or in 0Ho flnd3 w0rd3 of for wen doins or condemnation of neglect fa the recitation the teacher gives proof f a or unfitness to bis calling Here IS uispiayeu uu mu ui uio bviiuui uuu here is decided whether tho school shall bo a sourcu of development or a source of unworthy motive falseness and inef- Â¬ fective accomplishment The pupils who recito from the book undergo an exercise of memory which is valuable but below the end sought All recitations should bo discussions with illustrations and de- Â¬ monstrations Wo have too much reci- Â¬ tation Tlireo hours should be enough We waste time in recitation when we give no time for study Pupils of the primary grado should be given no study to do out of school and higher grades very little Let them learn other and valuable lessons One of the greatest wrongs in tho schools today fa keeping after school It does not pro- Â¬ mote good attendance conduct or bene- Â¬ fit Arouse tho pupils ambition by study Â¬ ing his peculiar temperament Do not restrict to one book Make examinations oral with such written examinations as necessary A pupil who acquits himself well in oration may often be advanced to a higher grade regardless of tho results of a written examination The details of the recitation of courso depend on the teacher and personality of tho pupiL Professor leorgo Howland - pre THE PALACE NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE NEW AND STYLISH FULL DRE53 GOODS GO Are had to suit the Queens taste But a Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ essary to buy them CONDENSED TELEGRAMS The Parrot Joked nim The small sized advertising man with tho Brobdlgnagian mustache and the two ton cane is nothing if not dignified but his dignity received a royal shock one morning not long ago He resides over near the domicile of ono James Hitchcock who has achieved a batting record in the drug business second to none Mr Hitchcock owns an emerald parrot which has a remarkable command of language and on fine days this parrot is given a place in the front window overlooking tho sidewalk It was a fine day when the small advertising man passed tho house wearing his Niagara mustache and auditorium cane The parrot was in the window and as tho hero of our story walked by with great How dignity tho green parrot said dye do little boy The advertising man was taken aback but he replied How He did not reallymean dye do Polly it however as he was somewhat sore on the parrots reference to his size Chi- Â¬ cago Herald O THE PALACE O -- QUOTES PRICES THAT- - Cant r I Be Considered High r2 IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE Pi o CO LOWEST POSSIBLE Cloaks as Jackets to Mi Every Taste f THE PALACE -- HAS A BIG LINE OF- - BOOTS AND SHOES o for which it has no room and they mnst go I w I HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE RQDESDALR THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILLBE BOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance lo installments of 5150 on Saturday of each week tu be paid to Dr W G- - White8eere taryof the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the meney No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiratioB ef 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged ou the purBy this method parties can buy and pay for chase money remaining unpaid a good lot at a small price on easy terni without interest and free or city tax Any young man io Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for K wiiuoui leeiing tue nuruen in tne very near luiure this property wilt be wrUt much more than it is now selling at The city Is rapidly extending in that di- Â¬ rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further Information sail ou W G White E W Wiqcuns or Stbpiiex D Pakkish Richmond Ky Â¬ Â¬ 48- - THE BEAUTIFUL ORIENT CBQ CCC1 DLW He is receiving more daily and intends to tHi nv 0 TO POPE Carpenters Work C3 I am prepared to do alt fciuda of Carpenters work ia Mrst clnes style Also estimates furntefced en short notice seH all of them THOMAS B AYRES Reial Estate and General Collecting1 Agency - -- k JJ TYfcE BArjB sUenHfts p and exchange e Real gytal SSfcil fetfe sale- - etftefjnkiAofatWsi kt c th 47HH -- ggt i I Some weeks ago a man giving FRENCH TIPTON - Editor bis uame as Martin Flynn was picked up on Broadway corner PUBLISHED rvEHY WEDSESDAT BT 39th street New York by the to a hospital The Climax Printing Go police and conveyed several places He was wounded in W G WHITE ClIAS S POWEIU about the head and an eye knocked out lie said that he had been Â¬ THE OLIMAX A STRANGE CASE NEWS PARAGRAPHS Patrick Bryan father of Lieut Gov Bryan is dead been 4098S7 bis being 73382 bis over receipts a surplus of Catarrh Cant Re Cured With Local Application as they CaptT D Eaglisb reports the sae can not reach the diaase aud iu order to cure it you have to take Internal remedies Halls Catakeh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucus surface Halls Catarrh Cube Is no quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In the country for years aud is n regular prescription It is composed uf the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers actiug directly ou the mucus suiface The perfect combination of two Ingre- Â¬ dients Is what produces ruch wonderful refults iu curing catarrh F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo Ohio 21 25 tSTBold by Druggists 75c Â¬ FURNISHING GOODS THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE AESTHETIC COULD ASK FOR We OUR ODD PANTS WE nAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE JOf jD AND Fit 1 rKICE PER TEAR NOV 150 assaulted with an umbrella in the 18S9 WEDNESDAY 37 Democratic Ticket FOR COUNTS JUDGE hands of an unknown man Last week he died Upon seeing in the newspapers the announcement of Flynns death Major Stewart of Texas whose efforts in behalf of the Confederate Soldiers Home JOHN C CHENAULT FOB COUXTT CKERK L W HILL WR OBOKTY ATTOKSEY J A SULLIVAN FOR SHERIFF J W BALES FOKJAILBR JOHN F WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR have made him both famous and popular called in a reporter and stated that he was the man who inflicted upon Flynn the death wound He said that in company with his wife on the day that Flynn is said to have been wounded and about the hour in the afternoon mentioned by Flynn and at the precise spot where Flynn was picked up he met a man who insulted his wife Austin in passing whereupon he Stewart struck the ruffian numerous blows with an umbrella But he was astonished to find that they were fatal Almost at the precise moment when Major Stewart was relating his adventure in his office on Wall street a merchant named May appeared at the 13th street police station and said he wished to surrender as he was sure he inflicted upon Flynn the mortal wounds He related that on the afternoon mentioned at the corner of Broadway and 39th he met a man who seized him by the throat and de manded 25 cents In the effort to break away he thrust his umbrella into the fellows face felling him to the pavement Major Stewart and Mr May had never heard of each other nor do they know wha it was they encountered Neither thought he had inflicted a mortal wound but upon reading that Flynn had died from the effects of an assault with an umbrella at Broadway and 39th each supposed himself the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at JOELTEMBRY VBH aWlBRIXTBXDBST SCHOOLS MRS A T MILLION FOR SURVEYOR 4 1 J A G WILLIAMSON FOR CORONER B DUD MILLER BlrelMH First Monday in Annst 1890 dead IIh George at Brussels n Pendleton is It doag look as if the Australian ballot system is bound to come lion cM4or e the 21st aged 67 years lie was a member of he Legislature of 1S77 7S The J B Mason died in Lan Â¬ ew Brazilian Government hm extended the right of suffrage to nil citizens except those who caHMot read and write Flynn mentioned but one man new edtool commieeioners ot New as having struck him nor can the York Women are rapidly filling police the detectives or the reporters hear of but one altercation educational offices pointed one of the seven Â¬ Mrs Mary Agiiew hag been ap- Â¬ perpetrator at the particular time and place Gen Lew Wallace has invented a steel railroad cross tie designed to supplant the wooden ones The mind that invented Ben Ilur can certainly invent a cross tie e above mentioned Usually the State is troubled with finding the doers of crime but in this case too many have been heaped upon her democratic can We now have the United States AX EDITOR LOOSE of Brazil the United States of Porcupine Cotambia and the United States This is the way the editor feels when of America Let the United up Lis sentiments in blank states of Canada be forthcoming lie does verse would flee from the citys rule An article in the constitution lawI from Its fashions and forms and cut of Brazil declares that each loose nd go where the strawberry State will form its own local gov- grows on its straw and the gooseberry ernment Brazil is therefore grows on Its goose where the catnip Â¬ as well as republi- Â¬ Mardt Gras at New Orleans February ISth is to be celebrated wkh Htttteual splendor Rex will entor the city with bewildering grandeur The Crescent City has it equal in such displays The weakness of prohibition as a political issue is 6hown by the fact that in Iowa it has beaten down a clear majority of 61000 to 10000 the other way High license is the sensible temperance reform Baltimore Â¬ Sua The decision of the New York courts that the will of the distin guished lawyer and statesman Samuel J Tilden is invalid is another demonstration of the jula e that a doctor is not capable of practicing in his own case 11m Mr Iiklen written a will for any one else it would have with stood Hie tost of courts Â¬ Â¬ tree is climbed by the cat as she clutches for her prey the guileless and unsuspecting rat on the rattan bush at play I will catch at ease the saffron cow and the cowlet in their glee as they leap hi joy from bough to bough on the top of a enmdip tree and list while the partridge drums his drum and the woodchuck chucks his wood and the dog devours the dogwood plum in the primitive solitude Ob let me drink from the moss grown pump that was hewn from the pumpkin tree Eat mush and milk from a rural stump from follv mid fashion free new gathered mush from the mushroom vine and milk from the milk weed sweet with pine apple from the pine And then to the white Â¬ washed dairy Ill turn where the dairy Â¬ maid hastening hies her ruddy and golden butter to churn from the milk of her butterflies and Ill rise at more with the earliest bird to the fragrant farm yard pass and watch while the farmer turns his herd of grass hoppers out to j rass LOITIS OSlIAUUHKESSY PROCLAMATION BY TIIE GOVERNOR of Mr John Shelly on Wednesday as Miss Sudie Smith aged lOyears was well attended and good prices were re Â¬ drowned crossing creek near Cyn alized Pair mures 350 7 milch cow a tbiana from 25 to S46 per head corn 200 bar- Â¬ 61 oats 190 per The colored people celebrated the an- Â¬ rel in field fl26 niversary of Emancipation Day in Lou- hundred hay 8 to 12 per stack The place was rented by Mr Gadsberry of isville yesterday Casey Danville Advocate John D Starts a colored man has During the year ended October 1st been appointed postmaster at Branden- Â¬ burg the county seat of Meade county 410 sheep were killed in Augusta coun- Â¬ ty V by worthless dogs Claims this State amounting to 1347 were put In for the Judge WT Laflerty County Judge sheep and the county supervisor of Harrison county was married to allowed 1134 which the tax payers Miss B M Ward daughter of Judge will have to meet It is doubtful if all Harry Ward at Cynthiaua the dogs In Augusta county are worth The wife of Patrick Gallagher a the amount they have inflicted on the former conductor of this division of taxpayers this year the ICC arrayed herself hi a funeral The Baltimore Corn and Flour Ex Â¬ robe and threw herself hi front of a change has been moved but little by moving engine being iuitantly killed reports of the Brazilian governmental Ill health the cause revolution and prices yesterday were On Sat unlay last Dr and Mrs S F steady A magnificent business looms Gano had lived together as man and up before the Baltimore grain trade wife 58 years longer than any other and there are already forward charters couple in Georgetown and probably for 6600000 bushels of grain princi- Â¬ longer thati any other couple in the pally for corn With this showing for county Georgetown Times Baltimores winter grain trade the say that compeliug markets The Republican committee met aud members will probably get jealous and wonder made the following nominations J D Gulley for Jailer J C Boner for how on earth Baltimore manages to do this business Baltimore suu Assessor Dr W C Montgomery for County Judge Fiiulktier Lusk for Did you ever see a man who bred Couuty Clerk Louis Landram for and raised the best class of horses County Attorney and Mrs Belle Burn hunting a market for his product side for School Superintendent Lan Â¬ Did you ever hear him complain of caster News horse raising being an unprofitable Did you ever hear him ex- Â¬ An initiatory meeting of the citizens business of Perry ville and community held at press a regret that he had quit raising Did you ever hear him comGreens Hall was attended by a num- fcrubs plain about the high fees charged for Â¬ ber of enterprising citizens The ob Jot ject of the meeting as stated by T D the service of first class stallions English was to raise funds for the down an answer to each of these questions if you are in doubt about the purKise of enclosing the Confederate grave yard on the battle field with a proper klud of hones to raise and a careful study iu the matter will help stone wall and a mouumeut you in your decision Carlisle MerMessrs Funk Anderson have cury bought of Foley Haas fc Co the the National Grange convened at ground fdrmerly occupied by the Proctor Potts mill and elevator just Sacramento Cal last week The reinside of the town limits at the Cincin- port of the foreign relations committee nati Southern railroad The price paid favoring the buildiug of American ships the ownership of small farms was 1200 Funk Anderson will begin the erection ot a new mill in the aud the restriction of foreign immigra near future with all the modern appli- Â¬ tion was adopted at the meeting of the National Grange A resolution ances for mnkiug the very best flour was adopted condemning the siugle Danville Advocate tax system memorializing Congress The Court of Appeals recently decid- In favor of the manufacture uf jute ed a case of importance to school and other textile fabrics for use instead officers A tchool house iu Franklin of cotton bagging and of an appropri- Â¬ county was condemned by the County ation for silver coinage and paper Superintendent and the trustees levied money independent of national banks a tax to build a new one without sub iu sufficient quantities to prevent mitting the question to a vote of the financial embarrassment people of the district Oue of the tax Â¬ Eingins Xoises payers issued an Injunction restraining the collection of the tax It was fought In the ears sometimes a roaring buz Â¬ through the Circuit Court and the zing souod are caused by catarrh that Court of Appeals each time being exceedingly disagreeable and very common disease Loss of smell or decided in favor of the trustees hearing also result from catarrh The Mt Sterling Sentinel says Hoods Sarsaparilla the great blood Ishmael Bigger was married in Police purifier is a peculiarly successful rem Â¬ Court to Miss Ella Owens Monday edy for this disease which it cures by Both parties were colored prisoners purifying the blood If you sutler The wedding was worked up by the from catarrh try Hoods Sarsaparilla Police Court spectators who Daid for he peculiar medicine It the license A colored minister per- Â¬ UXI0X CITY formed the rite and when he under- Â¬ took to pray tome one said kiss her Mr O W Crews is repairing his res- Ish and Ish dabbed her right on the Idence juicy lips This caused a roar of laugh- Â¬ Rev James Baker of Lexington ter and the prayer war drowned out was here last week in a storm of applause tel Â¬ Ik lb Litest Tig in FIK1S lor In Pis I fa Largest or tie Smallest Man is Mask Csjsij IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR Boad horses trotters and runners shod in any manner desired I have just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ anteed at the very lowest price Shop back of Brookss drug store Respectfully B L MIDRIFF 8febly A Man Woo siwyt ISr Siarv Twelve years ago Herman Harms emi- Â¬ grated to Utica Minn from southern Illinois where he had long suffered with fever and ague Shortly afterward ho found it impossiblo to keep awake Ho slept continuously day and night for near Â¬ ly nine years Three years ago ho roused long enough to work in the harvest field part of tho season when the lethargy re-Â¬ turned At the end of three more years he again awoko for a few days and again relapsed Each day ho returns to consciousness for a brief 6cason but tho spell of sleeplessness at once exerts its sway again and tho man is as oblivious as though he was dead Ho has been treated with tonics quinino and even strychnine but without effect Two years ago his eldest 6on discouraged at the dark prospect on tho form commit Â¬ ted suicide and a littlo later tho second boy died Boston Budget nwHl Will be worn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect in finish and color being the SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM ir We soil the Shaw knit in Sox Is an expression you have frequently heard on the streets of late tlnf natural wool without coloring matter We- - also have BUT FOR FEAR THE TUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD TEE meaning wo will slate that it was made by a man on his way to our store to buy ono of our WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improvement OT the seamless having a rounj heel and smooth toe with gussets in he inpep anl hcol English Balbriggan AND FINE FALL OVERCOATS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy MITCHELLS store Merino Mixtures but he evidently thought that COVINGTON was the place to purchase for ho said Ill sleigh ride for them Tho last named All colors evidently meaning that hexwould go there to buy if he had to go in a goods were very popular last sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond winter and- - bid fair to bo a can you nnu sucn an assortment oi Ligrtt medium ana Heavy more so this season E Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Mel onst Beavers Chinchillus and Cassimeres in the latest slylcs shades and prices We also have IAN CY STRIPED and COLOR ED MERINO HALFIIOL vulcan heels and toes Â¬ Local Produce Markets CORRECTED WEEKLY DY COVINGTON BRO ARNOLD GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond rtv Nov 26 1SS9 A LAUHDRIED FK01I Our M n oi ran ana ii Into Mm Â¬ Â¬ uacon nams Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Haras 3 2jfc3c 253 5 SHIRTS uountry 140150 - ft 50 I I2l sL iSo00 7i2 COfftSt 2C 2S 5 is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all tho newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection A Our 25c Ilandkerdi are daisies Our 35c Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard Tallow Beeswax i62oc 70c I 50 GENTS TO We carry the 3 400503 40c Â¬ Feathers - Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed 5065c 254oc 1 34C 5oc 2040 75 i 50 lie FINEST STOCK in Central Kentucky Handkerchief are unequnled We have a well selected stock or Childrens and Youths Clothing We cany a line asrr in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are beauties every one of them They rango in size from 4 to IS vears intent of Silk Handkerchiei Mothers give us a call CHILDRENS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING 90 5 00 Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 55 t 00 5 Y COVINGTON I MITCHELL IS Y Louisville ByOlover Tobacco Market Tobacco Dnrrett Louisville Ware IIoufce Mr George Carter gratid futher wore during the Revolutionary war and which was the prop- Â¬ erty or Lis great grandfather some 20 iv ars before It is in perfect running order aud the works are said to be much finer than those made nowadays He also shaves with a razor which has been iu the Carter family since 1709 and treasures very highly a bottle fill- Â¬ ed with applejack found in the knap- Â¬ sack of an uncle who fought and was killed In the war of 1812 Stanford Â¬ Hanging Fork wears a watch that his who lives on Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 1033 hhds with receipts for the same period of 915 hhds tulea on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 125016 hhds Sales of the crop of 1S88 on our market to this date amount toS6071 hhd The only new feature of the week so far as Burley is concerned was the oflering of quite a number nf hogsheads Charles Waller aud wife or Lexing Â¬ of the new crop the better grades of which sold nt prices ranging from S10 ton are visiting In this vicinity to 16 while the common jxrades sold Travis Nolaud twelve years old son extremely low some of It bringing 100 per Old Burley of W T Noland is very sick of fever onlyshown no hundred has symptoms of improve- Â¬ during the week Mr and Mrs John O Brooks have ment The following quotations fairly rep returned from a few days stay in Lex- Â¬ resent our market on Burley tobacco ington We have them lor driving riding the street tho ball or the reception A fine line of iFiisriE 3 iiOvks SZPZEaiJT iTIIES Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterproof Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods in all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Ba and Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats The Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Dogskins in great variety Perrins Imported Kids stand in the lead as to style and finish We have them in all shades Iland some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves Igasjaaaaiuuaauja cssgsxsigXSSfiesJesssstssssgss Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches cropofl8S8 1 Mrs Beniamin Jones of Paris is visiting the family of Mr George Ba- ber this week Journal Mr John G Parrish has returned from n visit to his son Wm O rlsh at Lily Ky P-ir- - Â¬ TAnoLED Commonwealth Â¬ The Sinking Fund Commissioners under the provisions of the parole law last week released from the penitentiary one John Taylor of Boyle county sentenced to serve a life term for murder His victim was a woman and the murder was as cold blooded as pos sibly could have been But Taylor is 80 years old and has served twenty two years His days are nearly spent and probably it is weH for him to go hence Â¬ MORE SILVER MONEY The question of increased silver B BUCKNER coinage will in all probability be By the Governor put prominently before the com Geo M Adams ing Congress By law as much Secretary of State By Witts L Ringo xs 4000000 per month can be Araiatant Secretary of State coined but certain western Re publicans from -silver bear in COURT DIRECTORY CONCERNING FARMERS oiaies wane ine law changed so CIRCUIT COURT - Iowa boasts a that 4000000 per month be corn prop of 3SGOOOO0O Third Monday in March and Septem- acres compulsory instead of optional ber valued at 575000000 At present and for 6omo years Judge J R Morton In Lincoln Couuty 117 fat wethers Commonwealths Attorney Chas J sold past the country seems prospernt 300 per cwt and 120 others ous with 2000000 a month Bronston at 340 CJerk W H Miller Then why not increase Commissioner J R Burnaro The 1000 cow Duchess of A L COMMON TLKAS COURT Â¬ -Â¬ tom I hereby set apart the twenty eighth day of Noember instant as a day of Thanksgiving to be observed by the citizens of the Commonwealth in such manner as each may deem best as an evidence of their appreciation of the blessings conferred by a Beuigu Providence In testimony whereof I hRVe hereunto set my hand i 1 f and caused the Seal of the Commonwealth to be affixed Done at Frankfort the 11th day of November In the year of our Lord one tbousaud eight hundred and eighty nine and In the ninety eighth year of the Commonwealth In accordance with established of Kentucky Executive Department cus- Â¬ Lsl Â¬ a The Louisville Times says Hon Thomas F Hargis contributed 7600 toward building churches In the mountain counties of ICeutuckv Tills is the same Tom Hargis who used to black boots at the little hotel in the little mountain town of Jackson Breathitt county but it Is not the same 7500 that he earned at that honest but humble calling Tom Hargis like thousands of other boys in those days aud iu these days didnt have no op portunity to do nuthinmuch nohow uui ue maue opportunities and fought his way to fame aud fortune Work Is in progres looking to the development of the lead mines on the farm of Dr J Milton Viley three miles from town on the Kentucky Midland railroad The work Is being doue under the auspices of a syndicate composed of gentlemen from Louis- Â¬ ville Newport Ky and New York City They have abuudaut capital anil have gone to work in earnest iHacuinery to the amount of 10000 are already on the ground and will be erected at once The shafts tmvn already been sunk Ore obtained from the mine was sent away to be smelted aud the result was encourag- Â¬ ing The development of the mines will be watched with interest Rev Abijah Anderson will preach at the Baptist Church this place on the first Sunday and preceding Saturday The reader will remember a few weeks since Mr E Walden was re ported as gone to Versailles It was a mistake he had gone to Doylesville Miss Lizzie Harris is recovering from her severe sickness In this connec- Â¬ tion it would be well to say that she is thirty three inches high weighs sev Â¬ enty pounds and la twenty six years old - GRASS ROUTE 00 to 300 Colory Trash 300 to 500 Common Lues not colorv S3 50 to Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ 560 tral Kentucky to AH Points North Colory Lugs 6 00 to S00 Common Leaf 700 to 0 00 East West and South west Medium to good leaf 900 to S1500 FAST LINE BETWEEN Select or wrappery leaf 15 00 to 2500 IraBhDnrk and damaged tobacco in BLUE Lexington Cincinnati No 4 Dally Schedule in Effect Nor 17th ISS9 SOOTH BOUND No 2 Ex San 810 am gU m 2037 am 11U0 am 1205 Pm VJS P m i8go GORM LEY Harpers Feefcly PUBLICSAU1 I S10DLES place as the leadinsr illustrated newspaper in America The fairness of its editorial comments on current politics has W C GORMLEY CO con- Â¬ for it the respect and confidence of earnedÂ¬ all im tinue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ partial readers and the variety and ex- Â¬ ner of Main and Second Streets cellence of its literary contents which in Â¬ clude serial and short stories by the Richmond Ky formerly occupied and most popular writers fit it for the best ne by J P nerndon as a drug store rusal of people of the widest range of uisies ana pursuits The weekly supple- Â¬ ments are of remarkable variety interest and value No expense is spared to bring the highest order of artistic ability to bear upon the illustration of the change- Â¬ MADE TO ORDER of the best ful phases of home and foreign history A Mexican materials and by the best work- Â¬ AJanvierRomance frominthe pen of Thos will appear the Weekly in 1HDMK ILLUSTRATED Harpers Weeltly has a well established on The undersigned will offer at public si Friday November 29 1889 The following described property in Richmond Ky sui I LIVE STOCK MARKET REPOET By GREENE 4 EMBltY LlrpBtock Commission Merclmuttnt Cluclu nail Unlou Stock Yanls anil Covington Stock YanH IRE PLOTS OF No 6 Ex Still Cincinnati Ohio Now 25 Good to Extra 1889 SHIPPING C ATTLE 3 1 Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen tair to Oood Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good rairtouood 2 75 2 50 3 S 3 75 2ca 7j BUTCHER CATTLE 3 oo 2 75 2 So MATRIMONIAL Mr Marshall and Miss Mnggle E Owens this county were married at Hie Central Hotel Winchester on the 6ea JT Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Kough Cows and Oxen Cincinnati Covington Falmouth 4 Cynthlnniu 4 Iarls Lexington 3 Purls Winchester 3 Richmond 2 l nncnsler Arr Stanford lve Hiclunuml 3 90 Arr Berea 3 25 Arr Livingston 3 00 3 75 2 75 2 25 1 5 1 25 Lvc Lvc Ivc 35 Lve 00 Arr 00 Arr en live 00 Arr Arr 25 Arr Si8 am 1200pm xi3o am 140 pm 530 pm ijS pm 3S pm 52Q pm 800 pm 235 pm 809 pm 215 P 917 pm 408 pm locoo pm 57Pn 1023 Pm S opm 1055 pm 630 pm 5 45 pm 620 pm 730 pm mm id Harness 11 ga--d- Four of the plots contain about two ac s each and one contains about four acz on which is situated a 21st 2 to 2 oo 1 35 oo NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Iwe Berea Arr Illchmond Ive bUinfurii lve Lancaster NobS No I Ex Suu Ex Sun 800 am am Â¬ LlilEL SUITS SETTLED Some months ago Auditor Fay Â¬ JudgcTJScott Clerk W H ette Hewitt filed damage suits Commissioner Miller S E Scott in the sum of 50000 each against QUARTERLY COURT Owensboro Inquirer and Covin Fourth Monday in Tanuarv Anrit Tnlv ton Commonwealth These suite and October have now been settled and dis COUNTY COURT missed The statements in the First Monday hi every month editorials m the Commonwealth COURT OF CLAIMS and the Inquirer to whioh Gen Second Monday in July Hewitt objected were to the effect COUNTY OFFICERS that in his evidence he tacitlj-- or Judge John C Chenault by implication admitted that he ivan knew of the Tate defalcation as Dealherate far back as 1SS3 The terms of Jailor J AY Maupin Coroner B JX Wilier the compromise are that the an Surveyor B F Crooke swers of the defendants will ad Assessor John McPherson mit that the evidence does not Superintendent Public Schools Mrs show such admission on Jus part i T Million or in other wordslhat the papers Mayor CITY COUNCIL J wunoraw tne charge mat lie had First WardS Collins T T Brooks any knowledge of the matter be Second WardSam Rice Thirk Ward W B Smith fore Tates flight We are glad Fourth Ward J W Caperton that the trouble has been adjusted Clerk J E Gteenleaf We never agreed with our news Time of meeting FirU Tuesday night paper friends in their charges in ercry month CITY COURT 3et regarded the editors as honest Judge A C Rice in their expressions Attorney Moberley That Kentucky never had a Marshal J W SFeency D more conscientious or capable Time of holding court First Saturday Auditor than Gen Hewitt is oar in every month for clvfl business City Treasurer J Stone Walker firm conviction City Collector J L Baxter Â¬ First Monday in January and June third Monday in October Hamilton which proved barren sold a tew days ago at 55 for beef Mr cattle averaging 22 50 lbs at 2J cts per pound to ship at urleys In Garrard County fifty hogs that averaged 2o0 pounds sold at 3r cents Iu Boyle County seventeen hogs aver nging 300 pounds sold at 335 per cwtl In Fayette County 200 fat hogs sold at 3 50 JiU nenu of J V Poor of Garrard bought Â¬ Â¬ The wheat bag grown finely the rains having proved of great benefit to it Much of the hemn which had lmn reepread has rotted very nicely This will enable our farmers to begin break- dug it out just as soon aa we have a lit tle bright weather Danville Advo- Â¬ cate MnThos P Doreey of Flemlngs bnrg and Miss Fnnnle Risk of Union City this county will be married at the Christian Church this plac De- Â¬ cember 12th Both are deaf mutes Mr D C Biggrstafl and Miss Lucy Deatherage daughter of Mr Allen Deatherage will be married to day at 9 oclock at the residence o Hon A T Chenault this place Rev J F Williams will officiate The bride Is a cousin of Mrs C T Fox and Miss Maggie Parrish this place ana visited them recently The Transcript of the 20th says A very eflective wedding took plwce yesterday at the residence of Rev J 8 nnouse when Miss Mallie Parrish of this county and Mr J W Pettit were made one The bride was most fair to see in a stylish walking dress of brown cloth trimmed with beaver and a hat to match Her pretty suder Miss Bes Â¬ sie Parrish aud Mr Hughes of the establishment of Louis Gus Straus were the attendant Among the guests were Mrs Weeks Miss Lizle Weeks W I Emison and wife Mr Moore and tlster of East Hickman Mr Bryant Miss Nora Miller MIa Mattle Smith ami n few others Im Â¬ mediately after tle ceremouy which was performed Impressively by Mr Shous at about 430 oclock the bride and groom repaired to the residence of Mr Baird on Rose street their future home The bride is a handsome and popular daughter of Fayette The bridegroom is an eiurgetic and intelli- Â¬ gent employe of the firm of Louis Gus Straus May peace and plenty t their lot BULLS uest Shipping 2 Co oesi uoiogna 2 ica 1 uii jjuiugna 2 oojg 1 75 rair to uood feeders Common and Thin 1 cbi3 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 2 85 3 00 Fair to Good Steers 2 6o 2 85 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 1 50 Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 4o 30 12 ICC25 1145 am men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Too Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains uouar raas uoilars lilinri Undies Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck No 3 les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Dallr I I Ann I 5 nIA j luioo Diuanex acrapers uurry Combs Eiding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridies Trace Chains Z HEW 2 STORY DWELLING containing 3000 strawberry plar J and new asparagus bed The house I been built one vear is of frame with mc al shingle roof is in perfect condiU- and contains nine rooms store room s t closets two halls double porch dry cc lar under whole building and 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suffer lmpilrO from catarrh bo suro to DIOO try Hoods Sarsaparilla I used Hoods Sarsaparilla for catarrh and received great relief and benefit from It Too catarrh was very disagreeable especially In the winter causing constant discharge from my nose ringing noises In my ears and pains In HOOuS Catarrh Ringing bj - Â¬ Â¬ Lancaster Court November 25 A few cattle on the market but no trade for them Bob Salter bougnt ten three and mules 14 hands high at 110 per head A tew horses changed bands from 85 to S141 But few eople iu town aud a very bad sloppy day The San Francisco Journal of Commerce fiays To date of November 1st this year the receipts of wheat at wheat ports have been 7703609 ctl of wheat and 483280 bbls of flour Iu the same time tho exports of flour have four-year-o- ld DIED Mrn Margaret Hudson was burled nt the Igo burylnjr ground near Clays Ferry Friday Hlie died of caucer Aged about 55 years Sar8aParIlla9bcaflfrtf0- am 33 P am 347 pm am 415 pm Luxlngtin am 630 pm iovmgion 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cine In my house as I think it Is worth Its weight in gold ClirOS MnsQBUnJB io Eighth TV Washington D C StN I was troubled with that annoying disease nasal catarrh and never found relief tni I took Hoods Sarsaparula J L Boott Marksburg Ky N B Be sure to get BALTIMOREMd Call and see us before placin e your insurance TRADES JOURNAL A twenly patre journal published monthly at Lexington Kv In the ii terestnf real estate owners nilneown roi 6oldbjHdniggijtj fljtliforfi Preisrsdonly by C I HOOD C- ApcthccuiMImell Mats O- Hoods Sarsaparilla MOO Doses Ono Dollar 29 2 ers millers timber manufacturers men lumber men and business men of all YOCatkm- - niuirnrilMwt Hrctllatlil Unless sold or reuted privalely I 5000 copies Theadvertislng or arms I desire to sell or rent privately the 32 3 wJU on coal iroti ami timber landa and mauu large twn stnry Saturday December 14th 89 facturiiis industries a upeoialty bub eriptIon price 5150 per annum To at 2 oclock P M ell at public out eaoh subscriber who remits the sub cry my Two Story Frame Residence situated on a good corner lot Jn llfa eariptloa prtee wilt be seat fns an t0 situated ou Second Street in Rich Â¬ ton Ky known a u fjngan proper- Â¬ gant county map of tbe 8tate latest mond Ky The buildini la an excel ty I also ileslrs to rpnt Viriimioi i We have one hundred mule colisantI edit kB jnat from the arm retailed at lent one wiih all modern improve- Stevens Properly on Muddy Creek 100 No farmer other tnni ments good cistern stable Ice house fmionicing n nice resMenca a good elghty flve yearling for wle Strictlv man Iu the Hiate eatorafford to be w every convenience blacksiuitti flmp large yard and lot Hwu aim Bom in uumbers to suit pf-- out either the teHntat or the map r and Lot is 9Sx200 uues east 01 men mond uuvensetae ratee Call on or address with abundance of water address on the Speert well pike- 2320 S3h J FRAZEE Â¬ H SALE OR RENT For Sale or Rent BURNAM HUME N B Milling property and country stores a specialty STORE HOUE 185 Miesjor a a en u a Sale Â¬ H S vua - COLYER - UUJUYiiR 1 3 27 HODGES GROOM LfxiDgtou M mm 1 1H1 asfrssiFSTn sHtg 3B T - LJeJESffiS i wr - jtr - r - i2 L WRSEt L J iB rn HffijffiKiKf ifi a wtr l -- sT iJttl22ttF1r2 V IBBK2tsFSSisBmrap v v r1- - V 2s -- grx I 11 I gSgrnf r SUPPLEMENT w 1 VOLUME SHIRINMr ire Im I i- r in f RICHMOND harm u I Jueie is iimc Perchance In this turbulent city thero may bo astruggle nnd a counter plot to bring Arsinoo to Egypt mid set her on the throne There- Â¬ fore must Alexandria bo severely dealt with aye even to destruction if need be And for Arsinoe those go forth to morrow on the news of the Queens death who shall alay her secretly There remains tho lad Cajsarlon I said Romemihtclalm through Cicsars son and tho child of Cleopatra inherits Cleopatras rlguts Herein is a double danger Fear not said my nncle to morrow Cassation joins tboso who begat him in Amenli 1 havo made provision Tho Ptolemies must bo stamped out so that no shoot shall ever spring from that root blasted by Heavens vengeance Is thero no other means lasted sad- Â¬ My heart is sick at the promise of ly this red rain of blood Woll I know the child ho hath Cleopitras fire and beauty and great Cicsars wit Twas shame to teurdcr him Nay bo not so chicken hearted Har machis said my uncle sternly What ails thee then If the lad is thus the more reason that he should die AVouIdst thou nurse up n young lion to tear thee from tho throne Bo it so I answered sighing At least he is spared much and will go hencd innocent of evil And now for the plans Long we sat taking counsel till allongth in face of the great emergency and out hich enipre I folt vnipUing nf the spirit Of former days Dow back Into my aeart At the last all was ordered and so ordered that it could scarco miscarry for it was fixed that If by any chance I could not come to slay Cleopatra on this night then should the plot hang in tho scale until the morrow when tho deed should be done upon occa- Â¬ sion For the death of Cleopatra was the signal These matters being finished once moro wo stood and our hands upon the sacred symbol swore tbo oath that may not be written And then mv uncle kissed mo with lears of hope and joy standing in his Ho blessed me saying keen black eyes that gladly would ho give his life ay and a hundred lives if they were his if Lo might but live to sco Egypt once more a cation and me Harmachis tho descendant of its royal and ancient blood seated on the Throne For o f a truth was ho a patriot indeed asking nothing for himself and giving all tilings to his causo And I kissed Nor in him in turn and thus we parted the flesh did I ever sec him more who hath earned the rest that as yet is denied to me So I went nnd there being yet time Walkrd swiftly from place to place in tho great city taking note of the positions of tho gates and of tho places where our forces must bo gathered At length I came to that quay whore I had landed and saw a vessel sailing for tho open sea I looked and In my heaviness of heart 1 longed to bo aboard of her to bo borne by her white wings to some far horc where I might live obscure and forgotten dio Also I saw another vessel that had dropped down the Nile from whoso deck tho passengers were streaming For a moment I stood watching them idly wondering if they were from Abouthls when suddenly I heard a familiar voice be Â¬ uOj y SUPPLEMENT VX X Si A J ifiss So y jt j J w i MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY qutta as anlcd and thou aiast txm to laugh upon my shame a fixed fantasy or can it perchance j et change its countenance I For remember wh n that waking comes tho vagaries of our sleep will be more un altcrabo and more enduring than are the pyramids Ihen w 11 thry bo gathered Into that changeless region of the past whero all things great and small- - ayf oven dreams Harmachis arc each in Its own semblance frozen iota stone and built within the Tomb of Timo immortal Nay Charmion I replied I grieve It I did pain thee but oer that vision comes no change I said what was in my heart and theres aii end Thou art my cousin and my friend moro I cm never be to NOVEMBER 27 1889 me throwing hor arms about my neck Nay Love look up she sahl All is cot lost for thee nor am I angered against thee Wo did pay a mighty game but as I warned thee I matched my womaas magic against thlno and I have conquered But I will be open wilh thee Both as Queen and woman thou hast my pity ay and more nor do I lovo to see thee plunged in sorrow Well was It and right that thou shouldst strivo to win back that throno my father seized and the ancient liberty of Egypt Myself as a lawful Queen hod done tho same nor surank from tho deed of darkness whereto I was sworn Therein then thou hast my sympathy that goes ever out to what is great and bold Well Is it also that thou shouldst grieve over tho greatness of thy falL Therein then as woman as loving woman thou hast my sympathy Nor is all lost Tho plan was foolish for as I hold Egypt never might havo stood alone for though thou hadst won tli crown and country as without a doubt tbou must havo done yet was there the Roman to be reckoned with And for thy hope learn this Little am 1 known Thore is co heart in this wide land that beats wilh a truer lovo for ancient Khcm than docs this heart of mine nay not thino own Harmachis But heavily have 1 been shackled heretofore for wars rebellions envies plot havo hemmed mo in on every side so that I might not servo my people as L would But thou Har- Â¬ machis shalt show mo how Thou shaltbe my counselor and my love Is it a little thing O Harmachis to have won the heart of Cleopatra that heart fie on thee that Ay thou shalt tbou wouldst have stilled unite mo to my people and together will we reign linking thus in one the new kingdom and tho old Tims do all things work for good ay for the vory best and thus by another and a gentler road shalt thoa climb to Pharaohs throne Seo thou this Harmachis thy treachery shall bo cloaked about as much as may be Was it then thy fault that a Roman knavo betrayed thy plans that thereon thou wast drugged thy secret pipers stolen and their key guessed I Will it then bo a blame to theo that tho great plot being broken and those who built it scattered thou still faithful to thy trust didst serve theo of such means as Nature gave thee and win tho heart of Egypts Queen that through her gcatlo love thou my NUMBER 24 a eoneb Iilrasi th IKs -- 3 1 5fjn itC l -- that b keeps as I creese b I kaow fi8 onr sleeps here dm stflltaee con ibsre anBt to make mr icr tell me T shj T69h -he le the tender grace ciwat ghoursstui canal her placid sleep j trclodryesIkaew T A- - I can a Sir S3J mt eaten the soIma word br fragrant lips would r ban that were a chain wtnsome way g a c ds around this cglit lingers yet stew restful day Ttis A a swrr still the cry of para i aavrcrs to the eaH of day br I knew stW ews aad coal As pts rrvsulsorrow 09 pare tvoos white wr oar J A lasarr i-opi hold tin leader tears otnight As hrx U Wij jj sti surely speaks to me sscd answers to ray qeestleas come I larn a secret sweet Ar3 We hare not lercd in c - ttL spers loir s 1 ij rthr cr m A -- stranae swoet stto ice be Drain For ihBh her lips are t we j rt -j a noT more on earth are meetagain oae the i oar hearts n T B I- - r LrTS s jneanured nor by time state nor aay known decree acr - Inflo te sasMrae ti i ht Anl T K - csaJspaoe aad all Eternity I know fs ot to wait r years T3 rrrct paMosee same lew jernlnc A A i 1 wa t T vracs -- loTe Good uijht ItJoj haie her dates me caM has passed Bsstalned by idle tears calm delight 3 myhoperal heart its nrasc makes ti when she cas Aid e J - sa wo d te Harpers Weekly iBcaaisg Sweet across tho waters of ray souL thatcan waft me to onds more noble than over I have areamca aferc if thou wilt be my pilot and my guide But if 1 Joso thee then loso I all that holds me from my worse self and let shipwreck come Thou knowest me not Harmuchi thou canst not see how big a spirit struggles wilbm this frail form of mlncl To theo I cm a girl clevor way- Â¬ ward shallow But lam more Show me thylerticstthvishtandlwilmatch it tho deepest puac of thy mind and 1 will make It clear Of one blood are we and lovo can ravel up our little difference and make us tjrowonr indrfnl lino end we have raie nuu wo love one vow binds us both Tae me to thy heart Harmachis and set me by thee on the Double Throne and I swear that 1 will lift thee higher than ever man has climbed It jeit me and beware lest I putt theo down And now putting aside tho ooM delicacy of custom stung thereto by what 1 saw of the arts of that lovely liv- Â¬ ing falsehood Cloopatra which for pastime she deth practu o on thy folly Ihavo spoken outmy heart aud answer thou And she clasped her hands and drawing one pace nearer gazed aI trembling on my face For a moment I stood struck dumb for tho magic of her voice and the power of her speech despilo myself had stirred mo like tho rush of music Had I loved the woman doubtless sho might have fired me with iier flamo but I loved her not and I could not play at assion And so thought came and with thought that laughing mood which Is ever apt to fasten upon nerves strainod to the point of breaking In a flash as it were 1 bethought me of the way In which she bad that Vory night forced the wreath of roses on my head I thought of tho kerchief and liow I had flung it forth I thought of Charmisa in the little cham- Â¬ ber watching what sho held to bo the arts of Cleopatra aud of her bitter speeches Lastly I thought of what my uncle Sepa would say of her couhl he s o her noir and of tho strange and tangled skein There- Â¬ with I was immoshed I laughed aloud the fools laughter that was my knell of 1 CLEOPATRA Being an Acccrant of the Fall and Vengeance of Harmachis the Royal Egyptian A3 SET TOETH BY HIS OWE HA5D Ty H Rider Haggard - r r King Solomons Mines c Allan Quatsrmain Eta Etc Etc qh C zjif J tr NlCHDIi after y TTv CATOir WUOIV npTTtryrrn TTAnrar wnrvnDSAM jealoust or cnxnuios cr - LAccnTCi or hahmachis omot VE Ar CHATPER XIIL acftbe a -- ti IirADT rOB THE DEED OF BLOOD message or the old ttite SI yj -- STOOD still pint ged in Uioucht- - Then by hazard as it were Itookuptho Tvreath ol roses and looked thereon How long 1 stood o I know not - rrm k 1 I j 733 s3 i3s 1 1 Charrnkm whom indeed but when next I hfted my eyes tbey fell upon the form of r t had altogether forgot Â¬ ten And though at the mooent I thought but I ttle of it I noted vaRuoly that she was flashed as though with - srd that sh beat her foot upon the s - 3 j Art thou cramped with standing lcwIilnntbyhHiBgpUiee Whydidst --- it thou CharmiOB I said rWhat I- r a c bi ony Vca I sawT anmrered the pirl I saw f 3 we I Tboo didst fHoR away my but the wreath of reses that j w idst not Hias away It was a - rt forsooth and thorefore the Ilarmachts the Priest of Isis the - i c f the Gods the orewned Pharaoh the weal of Kttem cherished it and Hot ray kerchief stung by the r of that Kgkt Queen ho cast 1 sratwitica raoaboatit andlflungit is my kerchief I she asked shoot---- rnjry rUnceat me I let faUmy T 1 kerchief - trrtipf Why dtdst thou not see lcrnyi s ip hence wfeen Cleopatra led me W Uv I r V r- - a her bitter tone s- it meanest then I asked aston I read not thy at mean I she answered tossing r hf ad and shormg tbo whlto curves I - firoat Nay I mean naught or all L - as thou wUt WeaH5t knew what I r i IlarmaciiU ray cousin and my L she went on in a hard low voice IwiilteH thee thou art in danger rf tc fnatt offense This Cleopatra hath cifatal wiles about thee and thou rz crir to lovg ber Harmachis to t r hr whom to merrow thou must Ay stand and stare at that wreath w the i thytoband ray wreath thou couldst -t ril join kerchief sure jt but to night The perfume cIC- - hair of Caesars raistross Cassars B Irhcrs yet missies with the odor of Now prithee Harmachis how ts firt tho j carry the matter oa yonder hid tic j notfor in that bole where I lay spot I li hear or see TJs a sweet 1 r t rs is it not ay and a sweet r - tx Venus is surely in tho right --- fr tss said so quietly and in and modest a way though her words wr modest and yet so bitterly that e K liable cut nte to the heart and au CtTlracti II could find bo speech 0 a truth thou hast a wiso economy ths vrrt on seeing her advantage to c h a dost kiss the Hps tiat to morrow ti j ka fstUl forever Tis frugal dealing t ue J occasion of the moment aye wor ti t ar honorable dealing J Trn at iast x broke fortk Giriri I c hw direst thou speak thus to me JI z j st thou wlio awl what I am that thou looser tby peevish gibes upon mel I cind what it behooves thee to be sho d quirk What thou art that I -c J nr nnw Barely thou knowestakmo tv u cna Cleopatra Woat meanest thou 1 I said Am I to baa- - the Queen V Q Jen Vhat have we hero Pbar A so s lalof this she cc asr j achctrIIsaQueen If C eopaira wiHs to come hither of ft c tEn4 talk Cf stars Harmachis surely of stars acd ros - and naught WcsWol A that I kow not whatl Raid Tor trnbcd as I was the girls bitter tongue asaqiict way drove me wsM nighto mad ncss Bat this I know I spoke so fiercely t i le cowered bcforemo as she had before ray unalo Sepa when be her because of her Grecian garb At J as she wept then so she wept now ct - rn it passionately and with sobs A ngth I ceased half ashamed but s ucrrTBi smarting sorely Foreren w r slic wrpt to he a yfr wi u and coud findatoneue are womans shaft s t fd ar- vT u shoukist not speak to mo thus bed ifscruel Kis unmaniy But J t thou art a pnesu not a tnaa ex cr mayuap for Cleopatra What nglit lust tboo- - I said What IVjirght bavol r- - t she askcil looking cark ryt 3 all aftood with tears that - wii h r sweet faeu lrke tho dew of dAnalirrs heart What right 1 O HtrmachU art tlteu bnd t rTi not k iow by what right I speak air - llienBHMtltoHtheo Well s JJ fjshios in Aloiandrial By that ai Hi iiy nght of wmmr- - by the right a- I m I bear tbea and which It s i i u liast no oyrs to se by the r coivacdiByshfitHC O be not ir-- Jl tl suv irjTHMaA nnr aC nn 6 3Tcsiiu lnMsnuattieratli has at lost rs f fui hh- j frliiai notso Iaa what -- r uiakeraeL J em the wax tvWbia n bands and us thoa dost lA 7 - ii i Si j ne Thttm lratiie now a breath of glory Mewing kIuIS T ha also of Antonfas theTrtamvir who freak froe tfce and somewhat heart the plans that I had formed for Egypt And victory of PWDppt was ow ia Asia wring Â¬ weighing them ing geld from the subject Mags namowllh sho seemed to listen gladly well and spoke of means aHd methods tell-Â¬ to satisfy the greed of his legionaries ing mo how she would purify the faith aod Well dolnitadraeofthe day Cleopatra drugged repair the ancient temples ay and build Clad la ber rojes of state atteadw by tfc Back I fell upon the couch and though new ones to the Gods And ever she crept officers of her Court among whom I stoci my senses still wore wilh me I could deeper and more deep into ray heart till at sat in tho great billon her throne of goU neither speak nor rise length now that all things else had gone and bade the heralds admit the Ambnssa But Cleopatra bending over me drew from me I learned to love hor with all the dor of Antony the TnoBinr The great soars tho dagger from my robe unspent passion of my achiug souL I had were thrown wide and amidst the blare of Treicau sho cried shaking back her caught left to me but Cleopatras love aad trumpets and salutes of the Gadie gwaras long hai Ive won und for tho sluko ol I twined my life about It and brooded oer dad in glittering golden armor and a scar Â¬ Egypt why twas a gamo worth playingl it as a widow oer her only babe And thus let dnak of silk earn the RomM in fal- Â¬ illi this dagger then ihou wouldst have the very author of my shame became my lowed by bis suite of oSeers Saseota faeed slain me O my Royul rival whoso myr all my dearest dear and 1 loved her with a be was and fair to look upon and wttk a midons cn now acgalhered at my palace wild deep love that grew and grew till it gate but his meats was eotd aad Art still awake Now what hinseemed to swallow up the past and make supple form his thee white ders me that I should not plunge it to Vv shifting eyes the present as a dream For she hod con Â¬ false were called oat his sameAnd and Tis well tis very well sho said let heart hearts we floated And quered me she had robbed me of ray honor the heraldsaraaa who is amazed hetitles his it bo forgot And now on from dream -- to Lulled music la oarsea voices thou andthere Mxod I I heard nnd feebly pointed to my breast by iho low and steeped me to the lips In shame aad I offices as dream And sho smiled with such a smilo on her taroao And the winds kisses In my cloudy hair for fain was I to die She drew herself to the poor blinded wretch 1 kissed the rod that gaze oa Cleopatra who satwhen lire as I had ncvcrsccn her wear before twas And thoa didst gazo on me and call mo lair great full of her imperial height and tho radiant with beauty Then hr smoto mo and was her very slave sadder and moro fateful than any stamp Enfolded by tho star y roba of night stood end and knifo glittered in her hand Down it cmt Ay even now in those dreams which will aids bad made oa Cleopatra ha stillin tha And then tby sing ng thrilled upon tho ar that grief can set upon tbo brow spoko my flesb till its rdges pricked thus not stirring come when sleep unlocks the secret heart Vo ce cf the hearts deslro and Lores de- Â¬ For though being blinded by my own Nay sho cried again and cast it f renlight and sets all Its terrors free to roam through Roraaa tongue thee coble Dottrns envoy folly and tho trouble nt my heart I knew it Greeting to tier too well I like thee Pity twere to the open halls of thought I seem to see her of the most mighty Antony whose saailnw not with that smile for Charmion tho Adrift wth starlit skies above slay such a man I give theo thy life royal form as e st I saw It come with arms With starlit Seas balow Mars him Â¬ Lire on poor fallen Live on lost Pharaoh outstretched and loves own light shiniog lies across the world as though ss petty We more with all tho suns that more up above Thing blasted by a womans wit I Live on In her deep eyes with lips apart and Sow Â¬ self now towered With all the seas that flow te our Harmachis to adorn tny triumih ing locks and stamped upon her face the Princes greetings and welcome we pray For bond or free Earth Sky and Sea Unfold Then sight loft me and in my cars 1 only look of utter tenderness that she alone poor city of Alexandria Wheel wth ono circling will heard tho song of the nightingale tho murAnd thy heart drltleth oa to me could wear Ay still after all the years f thee the purpose of thy eeannK no answer Still the crafty Dellias made mur of the sea nnd the music of Cleo And only Timo stands still seem to seo her come as erst she came and amazed stood as patras laugh And as 1 sank away the still 1 wake to know her an unutterable he butWhat ails araaa soMe DetHas that then Detwe n two shores of Death wo drift thee sound of that low laugh still followed me She had And thus one day she came are things forgot Behind Hast Cleopatra into tho land of sleep and still it follows fled in haste she said from somo great dost not speakr asked so long Before the tide Is driving swtt me through life to death council summoned concerning the wars of thoa then wandered speeea are la Asia To lands beholden not she Roman Above the sky Is fair anl cold Antony in Syria and she came as she hod that doors oftongue hast thee Name to CHAPTER XV it thee What Below the moanin sea left the council in all her robes of state or the AWAnra or HAnMAcns or raa tM Sweeps oer the lores that were of old and in her band the scepter and on her and well speak thereia for te s are big it or ncATn or the cosiia or Cleo- Â¬ But O Lore t k ss thou me brow tho uncus diadem of gold There she tongues known patra A5D or nut MAKroOMrOBTACIJl Then attest be spoke m a soft foil voice sat before me laughing for wearying of wonns Ah lonely are the ocean ways Oh partloa me most mighty Bgjnt if I them she had told the envoys to whom she And dangerons the deep MORE I awoke gave audience In the council that she was bare thus been stricken dumb before thee And frail the f ary bark that strays twas to find myself but too great beauty like Death hhnaoK Above the seas nsleept called from their presence by a sudden in my own chamber Ab to 1 m more at sail nor oar message come from Rome and to her the doth paralyze the tongue and steal ear I started up Surely We drift or bond ar free jest seemed merry Suddenly she rose sense away The eyes of htm who leeks I too had dreamed a On yon far shoio breakers roar took the diadem from her brow aad set it upon the fires of the mid day sen are Wind dream It could bo Bat O Lore t kss tuou me on my hair and on my shoulders her Royal to all beside and thus this seeeen vfeioB nothing but a dream ruin chlamys and in my band the scepter and And ever as thou sangest I drew near It could cot be that I She turned whiter yet Whito as tho dead Then laugh Â¬ bowed the knee before me Then sudden slence heard our hearts that woko to know myself TXli AWAT STOOD CTABMIOK and on her fico there grew n look that beat ing again she kissed me on the lips and a traitor I That tho now thero was an end of doubt and fear chocked my foolish mirth Thou findest said I was indeed Iit King But remem Egyptian died the happiness of youth fled For passions filled my soul and led my fact gf opportunity had gone forNow then Harmachis sho said in a low choked bering bowl had been crowned in the hairs ever That I had betho hope of love nnd burst asunder the Then s lent didst tbon rise tby loro to meet voice and dropping the level of her eyes of Abouthls and remembering also that trayed tho cause and that holy links of duty With that smile did sho Who sinking on tby breast knew naught thou findest cause of merriment in what I wreath of roses whereof the odor haunts lostnrjhtthore brave men consecrate hcrsclt to evil did sho renounce bat thee have said mo yet I roso pale with wrath and cast the headed by my uncle had her country ami her Gods and trample on And in the happy night I kissed thee Sweet j1- r Q Nay nay Charmlon I answered waited in vain at the outer mightcst Ah Street between the starlight and tho attain thy ends and spread trinkets from me asking her bow she her oath Ay that smile marks the spot forgive mo if I laughed a Twas rather And dared to mock me her caged bird sea gate That Egypt from Abu unto Athu thy wings of power across the rolling Nile whero tho stream of history changed its laugh of despair for what am I to say to The last echoes of her rich notes floated was even now wailing wailing ia vain thinkest thou mcthinks there was that about mo that Am I an ill counselor course For had I never seen it on her theo Thou hast spoken high words of all startled her for she fell back Xiy whatever elso might be this could not Harmachis down the chamber and slowly died away face Ocavianus had not bestridden tho thou mightest be is it loft for mo to tell bo not Nay Harmachis she said I lifted my head and a ray of hopo crept world aid Egypt had once moro been free but in my heart they rolled on end on I oo Oh twas an awful dream that I had theo what thou art havo hoard among tho woman singers at Jrcatncdl A second such would slay a into tho darkness of my heart for when wroth How knowest thou that I mock and great She shrank and I paused How knowest thou that thoa shalt Aboutlib voices moro perfect than tho man I Twcro better to dio than to faco men fall they grasp at feathers Then for thee And yet twas but a womans smile Speak sho said not be Pharaoh in fact and deed voice of CIcopa ra but never have I heard such another vision sont from hclL But tbo first time 1 spoke Why lookest thou thus strangely girl Thou knowest none so weU what I am What meanest thou I sakL Wilt ono so thrilling or so sweet with passions though the thing was naught but a hateful And those with me thoso who trusted 1 asked and what my mission Is thou knowest thou then wed me before Egypt How And indeed twas not the fantasy of a mind eerstrained where was I mo what of them honey notes sho answered In dreams we smile none so well that 1 am sworn to Isis and thy elso can I be Pharaoh now Amenemhat Ay sho answered And now lis time follow thou me Bo voice ahnc twas the perfumed chamber now Where was 1 now I should bo In may by law divine bavc naught to do with Perchance Sho cast down hor eyes wherein was set all that could move the the Alabaster Hall waiting till Charmion father tho aged Priest of Abydos and firm and prosper Royal Harmach s 1 And tncc Sepa thy uncle that fiery patriot whoso love tis in my mind to wed thee she said bending forward she took my hand and sense twai the passion of the thought came forth Ay sho broke in In her low voice and WhcrowasI And Oyegods what was great heart is hid beneath so common a gently kissed it Then with one strange look she and words nnd tho surpassing grace and Thou growest with her eyes still fixed upon tho ground Listen I she went on turned and led the way down the stair loveliness of that most royal woman who that dreadful thing whoso shape was as tho shell of form and ay aad I know that thy vows arc broken sang them For as sho sang almost did sbapo of a man that thing draped in blood Mcthought sho would have said Char- Â¬ pale here in this prison and little dost thou through the empty halls In spirit it not in form broken like eat Gainsay mo not Iknow it from the Isoem to think that wo txam woroindeed trained while and huddled in a hideous heap mion but she named her not In the chamber that is called tho Alabasas rlXED BIS SAZE OX CXBOPATRA wreaths of clouds for Harmachis thou slaves I have kept thee here Harmachis And many others oh I know them all 1 ter Hall of which the roof is upborne by floating nlono with the night upon the ven at tho foot of tho couch whereon I forest C e potni of thy glory Royal Egypt did cerwhemi for thine own sake that is so dear to me And when she seemed to lie wide dark summer sea Ay I said what of them columns of black marble we stayed For Thou wanton It is a Ho I cried and for thine own sake and thy bonots my mind and leave me helnwss and He Â¬ With a shriek I sprang at it as a lion sho answered Seo thou Harmachis beyond was tho private chamber of Cleo- Â¬ ceased to touch the liarp and rising sudgirl who woutdst seducj mo from my duty raising and placing her hand upon my arm sake must thoa still seem to be my prison- Â¬ witt in g of all things otee patra even tho same wherein I had seen hci denly stretched out her arms toward me springs and struck wilh all my strength answered Of a truth aeeie DetUns and put me to an open shame I who led by sido mo and with the last low notes of song jet Ucavily fell tiio bow and beneath Its for thy sake I will show rasrey to them er Else wouldst thou be shamed and slain sleeping passion or ambition or tbo lovo of evil ay murdered secretly But here can 1 Cleopatra tbey teach a pretty school el quivering upon her lips let fall the wonder weight tho thing rolled over upon its side Why what a No moro will I do than must bo done I Isi La said the voice Abide thou here she said while 1 toll hast not shamed to break tho barriers of city is this for an old woman to seek her Cleopatra of tby coming and sho glided of her errs upon my eyes almost did sho Rait mad wilh terror I rent away tho swear by my throno and by all tho Gods of meet thee no more therefore to morrow flattery yonder in Ciheia thy sex and speak as thou hast spoken Hew goes the saying here ia Alexan- Â¬ diaw me lobcr ilut I remembered and wbito covering nnd there his knees bound Egypt that not ono bair of thy aged fathers will I free thee in all save In the name and fortune in And how shall I find those to from my side The replied the eourtly Roman beware lest thoa go too far And if thou whom I am known As well look for a rush would not ooncath his hanging jaw was the Laked head shall bo harmed by me and If It be thou shalt once more bo seen at Court as dria long I rtood mayhap in all for half an For wilt have an nnswer hers It Is put In tho papyrus roll Begonol thou knave hour counting my ovrn heart beats and as Hast thou thon no word of thanks for nody of a man and that man tho Roman not too late thy uncle Sepa will I also my astronomer And this reason will I give breath of flattery can not waft a cloud more- Â¬ doesitnot Royal straightly as thy question Charmlon cut and let my basket of simples lie or by the in a dream striving to gather up my my poor singing Harmachisl But to ray task Here that thou host cleared thyself and she said at Captain Paulus I There ho lay through his spare ay and the others I will not d as side the matter of my duty aud my vows length Gods 111 doctor tbeo therewith heart a dagger my dagger handled with did my forefather Eplphancs who when over that thy auguries as regards the war Egypt are letters under the hand aad seal strength to that which lay before me me J nor for all thy as indeed thou art naught to of coblo Antony treating of certain mattern I turned wondering and found myself Yd O Queen I answered speaking he sphinx of gold -- and pinned by its tho Egyptians roso against him dragged havo been augunes of truth At length came Charmion back her head tender glances will my heart beat one faco to face with my foster nurse Atoua held low and walking heaviiy they have though thereon have I no cause of the State Is it thy pleasure that I snoohl very low for my voice was choked but blade to bis broad breast a scroll and on A thin 13 Pausiras Chesuphus and lrobash suit pulse more fasti nardly art thou now my She knew mo instantly for I sawher start pass thy songs are not good for the sons of men tho scroll writing in tho Roman character tus bound to his chariot not as Achilles to thank thee for methinks thoa didstfare- Â¬ read them Cleopatra waits thee she said Break the seals and read she answered friend for of a truth I scarce can trust but In tho presence of tho people checked on there is no guard to hear of n truth they otcrwhclm me I drew near and read and this was tho dragged Hector but yet living round the thy prophecies to fit thy cause Now onco moro beware To ine her surprise And bowing he broke the seals and read return to those heavy tnee But city walls I will spare them all savo tho well fof I must Nay Harmachis for theo there is no vr riling Where do I meet thee when what must The TriumrM JMmbliztt CeMfctMwftr thou mayest do thy worst but If thou dost Good Sir sho whined lifting up ber be done is done I asked hoarsely seeing HXEXACIllDI SALVERE EGOSUM QUEiL Hebrews if there bo any Hebrews for the browed ambassadors and grow not so sud- Â¬ fear she said laughing softly den wroth for who knows What may come by the mouth of Marcus Aatonins the Tri-Â¬ dare to lift a finger against our causo that withered countenanco toward mo and at SUEVEEE NORAS Pl 17 175 ROM AX-Jcw3lhatc Thou lnv icst me here and then to that I know how f r tby thoughts nrc set US- - DISCS- - UJXC- - Q dav thou diest And now is this play the same time making the secret sign to pass twlxt thee and me umvir to Cleopatra by grace of the Roman by There aro no Hebrews Isaid prosper Fare theo from womans beauty and the common PROSIT done And with a little nod she went leaving people Queen of Upper and Lower Kgynt thy dress thou shouldst bo an astronomer Paulus Bo firm aud It is well sha said for no Hebrew weakness of thy sex With cold iron we And as wild with anger I spoke thus Greet ny llrmichit JvaitXt Roman Pnu will I ever spare Am I then indeed so it on my mind that she had it in her heart send greeting Whereas it has eome te and I was specially told to avoid astrono well so I went but at tho curtain 1 may safely toy And sho shrank back aud yet further back till mers as a pack of lying tricksters who wor- Â¬ I thought within myself that coldest iron kj irAom Ihou didit ruborn See now how blewd cruel n women as they say In thy list O to take me to husband And of a truth I our knowledge that tbou Cleopatra nasi suddenly and there in the midst of at length she rested against the wall her ship their own star only And therefore turned Harmachis were many doomed to die and do believe that at this hour such was her contrary to thy promise and thy duty both can be brought to whitest beat if but the rt traUort Sick and faint I staggered back from the I have but taken the life of one Roman thought For If she loved me not still she by thy servant Allienns and by thy servant eyes covered with her hand But when I acting on tho principle of contraries which that lonely lamp lit hall I saw a strange fire be fierce enough But I said naught away In such a fashion that the sight Far ceased she dropped her hand gfemcingup held me dear and as yet she had cot Sorapkm the Governor of Cyprus anted Is law to us women I speak to thee For and though my hand trembled once more I 3lght of that white corpse stained with its knavo a double traitor for he betrayed stood the rebel murderer Caseins against the and her face was the face of a statue surely In this Alexandria where all things light struck full upon ber whito Charmlon Â¬ grasped the daggers hut and wild with iwn blood Sick and faint I staggered both me and theo Art thou not over- Â¬ wearied of me arms outher head thrown back her back till tho wall stayed me whllo without whelmed Harmorhis wherein tho great eyes glowed like embers are upsldo down tho astronomers may be On tbo morrow Cleopatra came not bat arras or the most noble Trmmrlrate of stretched as though to clasp nnd in her fejr at nil own weakness set myself to findÂ¬ the birds sang a merry greeting to the day mercy which I givo theewith the weightara Charmion came Chanriion whom I had not And whereas it has come te aar knowl and round them was a rmg of purple the honest men slnco tho rest are clearly because such a means to slay hsr while yet my sense regirlish faco a stamp of anguished passion So It was no dream and I was lostl lost shadow a womans reasons thou pleasest me Har- Â¬ seen since that fatal night of ruin She en- Â¬ edge that thoa thyself wast hot lately makAnd then being by now out of so terrible to behold that indeed I can not mained knaves Not altogether done sho said gently earshot of tho press Royal Harmachis I Nay by Serapis machis she added tered and stood before me with pale face ing ready a great fleet to this end We Harmachis sho went on lost This she am come charged with a message to thee tell it For sho believed that L whom sho in Come hither I thought of my aged father Amenemhat with a little laugh Ill change my mind I and downcast eyes and her first words summon thee that thou dost without May the arena must yet bo sanded Come sit by me and her softest voice loved was passing to my death and this was him flashed into my mind said having reference to tho covering up of from thy father Amonemhat journey to CllVcia there to meet the neWe will not givo the so much for nothing were words of bitterness we will talk together for I have much to Yea the vision of her last farewell to inc they came to tell him Thou shalt buy it from me and the price sho said in her gentle Antony and la person make answer con Â¬ Pardon me the blood stains at the gladiatorial shows And she made place for me at is ho would bo when tho Is ho well I asked But of this matter I knew naught so tell thee hopes ruin of his lis sons shame and with flno whito sand Woll Bho went on shall be a heavy cne it shall be a kiss voice in that I dare to come to thee in cerning these charges which are mid Yea bo is woll though waiting for tbo with another passingpangof wonder I drew ber side upon tho silkon seat I thought of that patriot priest my uncle wasto not thlno anger on a thing so vile Cleopatras place Not for long is thy joy against thee And we warn thee that at him sorely moment tries And I thinking that I might the more Sepa waiting the long night through for Harmachis aside tho curtains gained tho doorway and thou dost disobey this ear summons it m lhave thrown my throw and I havo lost Nay I said turning from that fair delayed for thou shalt see her presently And his message And swiftly strike rose and seated myseif some stood within Cleopatras chamber VajvlcUs the signal which never came Ah and temptress the price Is too heavy I kiss ah Ve vlctist Wilt thou not at thy peril FareweU 1 shrank at her words as well I might is this Ho sends greetlngtothconnd It at far cud of little way from hr while flinging back mother thought followed swift 1 How no more The eyes of Cleopatra flashed as she lend me the dagger in thy robe that here with It warning that a great clanger threat there upon a silken conchcladtho wonderful and scoing her vantage she seized it in ler head she gazed on me with her slum would It go with them I was not tho only may end my shame No Then ens thee though he can not read it These tis perfumed chamber te these high words and and now I Bethink thee she answered with a I come Harmachis Royal no towel I hearkenedtighten oa the golden Hoes I saw icrous eyes whito attire rested Cleopatra In her hand heaa traitor I too had been betrayed By heavy frown one worn more Most Royal Harmachis If are his words Bo steadfast rnd prosper Bethink theo and choose come to tell thee that thoa art free Free ber bands was my occasion for her whit Now was a jeweled fan of ostrich plumes where If I urn but a woman Harmachis and one who thou art to facothlne own Infamy and see whereon tbey rested whom By yonder Paulus perchance thou canst forget my folly but at the 1 bowed my heai end the words struck a wlth she gently fanned herself and by her she said We have had the flattery throat and breast wcro bare and with s twcro Paulus ho knew but little of those least havo no fear from me I am now as new chill of fear Into my aonL it thrown back from every eye that trusted side was her harp of ivory and a little table mighty effort onco again 1 lilted my hand who conspired wilh mo But in my robe is cot wont to suo men Do as thou wilt and now lest we be cloyed with sweets ever thy servant and the servant of our When i3 tho timet sho asked figs and goblets and a flask to clutch tho dagger hilt But moro quick had been tho secret lists O Amen they but this I say to thee if thou dost put me thee even as shadows are from water I we have Us antidote Listen thoa Detliao whereon were cause Farewell away I will gather up the mercy I have come to tell thee that tho great plot the This very night Where goest thou 1 of ruby coorcd wine Slowly I drew near sho caught my fingers with were gone I and tho fato of Paulus would meted out Therefore roost virtuous plot of twenty years and more is at its The charges ia that letter or rather in And she went leaning her hand against To tho house of tho bonorablo Sepa through tho soft dim light to where in all than thoughtgently held them own And thopatnotsof that writ of summons are false as ail fntb the wall But I passing to my chamber Priest of On Canst thou guide mo thith- Â¬ her glowing beauty lay tho wonder of the berAVby and st thou so wildly Har- betho fate of allmy mind gave Egypt sank priest choose tbou swlxt tho heavy burden utter end None have been slain indeed look way I flung myself upon my couch and groaned In er it this thought of my lovo and the swift death of Ihy aged unless tis Sena who bos vanished But can bear us witness But it is not new and world And indeed never have I seen her machis she said Art sick and swooned even whero I stood bitterness of spirit Alas wo shape our father aad of all those who plotted with all tho leaders hate beea seized and put in it Is not te thee that we will make defease Nay I may not Btay nor Is it wise that look so fair as she did upon that fatal night we Ay sick indeed I gasped My sense came back to mo and lengthen- Â¬ him plans and by slow degrees build up our I should bo seen with thee Hold l And I Couched ia her amber cushions sho seemed chains or driven from the land and tbeir of oar acts of war aad policy Nor win Then lean thou upon the cushions and shadows told me that it was afternoon I glanced at her end saw that she was party is no more Tho storm has melted leave oar kingdom te journey into far house of Hope never counting on the guests called n porter who was Idling on the quay to shino as a star on tho twilights glow rest the she answered still holding my ing I staggered to my feet there still was the angered for her eyes shone and her bosom ere it burst Khem is lost and lost forever Cilicia and there like some poor snnouant that time shall bring to lodge therein For and giving him a piece et money bado him From her hair and rubes came perfume baud wbercfrom the strength had fled rpse of Paulas keeping Its awful watch hcvod So sighing I kissed bor thereby for her last hope Is gone I No longer may at law to plead oar cause before the court who can guard against the Unforeseen guido tho old wife to the house from her lips fell music and in her heaven Â¬ wUl surely pass Too long hast abovo me Desperately 1 ran to the door The fit setting the seal upon my shame and bond- Â¬ timo must she of the coble Antony If Antony will have farewell ly eyes all lights changed and gathered as sho whispered Farewell At length I slept and evil were my How soft Is Twas barred and withoutlheard tbo tramp age Then smilng liko the triumphant she struggle now for all eoncernte tbou Liborcd with thy stars dreams When I woke tho light of the till to morrow Be steadfast and prosper bow her neck to tho yoke and her back to speech with us and inquire in the ominous opals disk flows from yonder caso tho night air that these high matters the sea m open and his day which should see tho rod fulfillment of f sentinels As I stood they challenged and Aphrodite of the Greeks she went thence Then I turned and went my way through the rod of the oppressor And this was tho woman whom I must ment heavy with the breath of ldics Hark him eome royal shall thepletwas streaming through tho case- Â¬ the crowded streets wherein tho people slay I spears Then tho bolts shot bearing the dagger with her Alas 1 vras be- Â¬ welcome That Is be answer Letthee aad tc I groaned aloud to tbo whisper of tho sea lapping against grounded their te oar Not yet did I know how deeply 1 was be- Â¬ trayed Isold hither ment and the birds sang merrily among made place for me the astronomer of CleoÂ¬ jack the door opened and radiant ciaa in Paulus betrayed us Slowly I drew near bowing as I came tbo rocks that though faint it is yet being the Triumvirate O SeWna conquering Cleo- trayed or why I still was left to draw the the garden palms I woke and as I woke patra for my fame had spread abroad Thou wast betrayed 1 Nay thou thyself but sho took no heed Sho lay there and drown the qnlck cool tloyal aliirc carac tho But Dellias smiled as one who woahf mtt the sense of trouble pressed in upon me patra Alone she came and tho door was breath of life or why Cleopatra the tiger wast the betrayer 1 How came it that then even as I went my footsteps seemed the jeweled fan floated to and fro like the so strong doth almost And fall of yonder mountain List to Philomel heaTted had grown merciful I did not didst not slay Cleopatra when thou wast away the weight of wrath and esee xsore for I remembered that before this day was to beat DetteculfoiU Bt tltaifottl Me tttad bright wing of some hovering bird shut behind her I stood liko ono distraught how sweet from a full heart of love sho know that she feared to slay me lest so gathered to tho past I must dip my hands faV till at last it was as though tho very Answer thou forÂ¬ spoke At length I stood before her and she sings her message to her dear I Surely tis but she swept on till sho was face to faco strong was the plot and so fcoble her hold alone with her Royal Egypt thou knowest sot the neete in blood even in the blood of Cleopatra ground cried out its very warning to me 1 pressed glanced up tho ostrich plumes a lovely night nnd most beautiful is with inc Doublo Crown tha tumult that sworn Antony Stern is he on paper and ever who trusted me 1 Why could I not bate her Greeting Harmachis sho said smiling upon tho again hide its natures music sung with a hundred voices against her breast as though to She drugged me I said CHAPTER 3CTV does ho set down his thoughts as though bis as I should 1 Thero had been a timo when I So my messenger has found might tread hard upon the tidings of my O Harmachis t answered the pitiless stylus were a spear dipped la the bleed of beauty from wind and trees and birds and oceans sweetly OT THE bad looked on this act of vengeance with OX rBZ VAOTD WOnDSOTdtATUtTOS- FBESESCZ and sho pointed to tho corpso of murder should even when I was no more thee come sho said fallen from that men But face to face with him thoa et art Whatl friend art thou wrinkled lips and yet sung all to tuno PAS3ISO OF nABXACR3 J5TO TT sbase her from the throne I did not know girl how lowonce thou I thoa who dost somewhat of a rightoous glow of zeal And 1ali he hat an ugly look Ho I knew Tis well for I grew lonely here Nay Listen Harmachis something have I Paulus or cleopatba ovEtrmnow or rxAtiMAcnia that because of fear and the weight of Prince whom be a liar Yea thoa wast all tho world shall fled hint the genCest now and now why I would frankly givo weary world 1 Wo know so many guessed concerning thee Thou too art of guards scorn to tis a Â¬ WAS night and 1 that ever won a battle Be advised policy only she showed scant mercy to cot my royal birthright to be free from its ne Tho door was opened and two armed wo love are drugged drngged with a lave philtre warrior land come Sena me not henee with O Egypt thoso whom I had betrayed or that because sat nlone within my faces and so few therestandwhom thero so a royal race no humble blood pours in Gauls stepped across tho threshold cessity But alas I knew that there was cot to seo again Well didst sell Egypt and thy cause such angry wordsior if tbou dost dra v Anto those veins of thine Surely such a shoot of cunning and not for the holy sake of Yea thoa chamber waiting the mute but be seated no escape I must drain tho cup or be for-Â¬ Â¬ Tako away this carrion said Cleopatra And sho pointed though In truth she liked for the price of a wantons kiss Thou Sor ny to Alexaad no then woe to Alexandra to moment when ns it with her fan to a caivcn chair that was could spring but from the stock of Princes ever cast away I felt the eyes of Egypt and fling it to the kites Stay draw that womans love pointO Egypt Whatl gazest thou at the leaf mark on my dagger from his traitor brea3U Tho men mo well enough sho choso rather to bind row and thou Shame she went en eyes the eyes of Egypts Gods watching me and the was agreed Char- Â¬ placed nigh to her feet to For people of the Nile and te thee breath Â¬ ing her finger at me and lifting her then will he come armed and bowed low aad tho knife rasted red with mo to her by the fibers of my heart And my face mlon should sum Â¬ I prayed to my Mother Isis to give me 113111 thou Scorn thou Outcast I Onco more I bowed and toof the scat yet this will I say In her behalf Even war and hard shall it go with thee whe strength to do this deed and prayed as 1 blood was dragged from tho heart of Paulus mon me to pass down and thoa Contempt Deny it if thoa canst ing I have obeyed tho Queens desire I had never prayed before and O wonder and laid upon tho table Then they seized when tho uangor cwua had melted from Ay shrink from me knowing what thoa dost defy the gathered might of Kerne I to Cleopatra Alone said ana with much car and skill worked Came Nay how was this no answer came him by the head aad bod aad staggered her sky she kept her faith nor save Paulus art well mayst thoa shrink Shrink and pray tbee then obey this summons I sat nnd there before cut the lessons of the stars and here Is the What then had loosed tho link between us thence and I hoard their heavy footfalls as and one other did any suffer the utmost crawl to Cleopatras feet and kiss her to Cilicia come with peaceful gifts and net mo lay the dagger that record of my labor If the Queen permits penalty of death for their part in tho groat Come in thy beauty and trUteA tha for the first time the Goddess deigned they bore him down tho stairs And I rose in sandals till such time as it pleases her inarms ot ire and naught hnet then te was to pierce her Long I will expound it to her crown and dynasty against in Via bet no reply to ber chosen servant Could it be ifethlnks Harmachis thou art in an plot many Cleopatras they suffered to trample theo in thy kindred dirt but fear from the noble Antony and keen it was aad the order that I might pass round tho couch Ha paaeed other things that I had sinned in heart against her evil causer sho said when the sound ottho But back handle was formed of a aud as she read stab her in thoquietly and And so she went leaving the vision of her from all honest folk aJiriat rtrtnW aad looked at her meaningly while I toning How strangely What had Charmion salt that I loved Clefootfalls had died away sho said Nay Harmachis My soul quivered beneath the lash of his drift felt the angry stood serge into ay 1 with tho shame and sorrow sphinx of solid gold Alone opatra Was this sickness love Nay a doth tho wheel of Fortune turnl But for glory to strivo Bido thou with a slow nnd lovely smile her bitter hate but I had no words to an- Â¬ face Oh bitter were the sat questioning tho future tbousaud times nay twas but the revolt that traitor and sho nodded toward the of my heart so more be made lighthours swer where thou art and givo me tho writing Cleopatra too understood for I saw her with of Nature against a deed of treachery and but no answer came At length I looked By Serapis 1 thy face Is too comely for mo door by which tho corpso of Paulus had that could now How comes It I said at last In a heavy the blood The Goddess did but try my up end behold I Charmlon stood before mo to wish to loso the sight of it been carried Ishould now be ns ill a thing prayer For tho link between mo and the voice thatthou too art notbotrayed but rest her chin upon her band whileeyes dark For Charmion no longer gay and bright but strength or perchance she also turned her to look on as ho is and tho red rust on yon Divinowas snapped and no more did Isis art hero to taunt me thou who once didst cloud of thought gathered la her Checked In this my design I could do communo with her Priest Bitter were the crafty DoMaa eyed a time thus she sat while the paloof face and hollow holy countenance from blood Jcr knifo would have been gathered from papyrus thinking naught but hand her tho Aad Chaimnu hours and dark but ever through their swear that thoa didst love me Being a watched her curiously Royal HArmachts sho said Cleopatra my heart I rose filled with despair and went about to myself that as she read I would arise dkncss shone thestorrycyesof Cleopatra woman hast thoa no pity tor tho frailty standing with the other rnnUirne by the my work like a man without a souL I summons theo presently to declare to her suddenly and plunge tho dagger to her So It was Paulas who had betrayed me man and when thou and came the echo of her whispered love of My name was not on tho lists sho said throne she aso read his mnnnlng tor br sho went on Ay conned tho fatal lists and noted all the plans the voices of tho stars heart Bhe took it and as sho did so up as in the evening Hfthis a sum So tho hour had fallen ay in my brain I gathered up the very earnest to mo last night well 1 knew that Fornot yet was tho cup of sorrow f ulL Still dropping her dark eyes touched my hand Tbenshemado pretense Herein Is an face lit in my heart and It Is well Charmion I answered Are to read But no word did sho read for I words of that proclamation of my Royalty thou earnest to slay When time upon hopo lingered had failed to somealmost could opportunity I betray mo also O Harmachis I mer cloud when the brood lightning flares higher end behind it-- Then once raere it grew pale which on tho morrow I should issue to the all things in order lime thou didst plnco thy hand within thy I think that I saw that her eyes were fixed upon rco over Ay tis because I onco did lovo thec dost Yea my Lord all things are In order tho edgo of the scroll startled world robe I knew that it grasped adaggcr bilt and that even in the depths of ruin I shouldÂ¬ thou indeed remember it that I feel thy and quiet more flowery path to triAt length Cleopatra spoke This is a Citizens of Alexandria and dweller in well primed with wine Paulus guards tho and thou wast gathering thy courage to the find another and Why placcst thou thy hand within thy fall tho more The shame of one whom we heavy matter she said and therefore gates the eunnchs are withdrawn save one robo sho asked presently for Indeed 1 the land of Eirvnt it began Cleopatra deed waich little thou didst lovo to do Oh umph i Z 9Konco have loved must in somo sot become noble Detlias must wo have time to let ear a - T 7 For thus those do who wickedly deceive tLfi s c -the Macedonian hath by tho command of tho legionaries sleep and already Sepa and clutched the daggers hilt Cj5Dt- it was a strange wild h ur well worth the V Is thy heart S our shame and must ever cling to us in Naught has been stirred I his force lio hid without living nnd great- - from moment to mo- themselves striving to lay the burden of that we blindly held a thing so base close to judgment ripen Rest thoa here and moke tho Gods suffered justice for her crimes lV WOSl SHE CCIED their evil deeds upon tho back of Fate striv as merry as our poor cireumsmaee things I did but 1 did neglected and no lamb skipping at the U3 twain would ment did I wonder which of All these aud other ea O Queen I said it beats high our Inmost heart Art thou also then a fool I thee breast Twas pricked there in honor ol conquer as wo matched guio with guile lag to believe their sin may compass good Wouldst thou fresh from thy royal wan allows Within ten days shalt thoa have them as a man without a soul as a man shamble doors can be more innocent of its Bho gave no answer but onco more made and to murder Conscience with the sharp thy answer moved by a force from without and not doom than is Queen Cleopatra and force to foroe pretense to read and the while she watched Osiris whom Tvilh thee I worship Boo I tons arms come to me for comfort to me A moment the envoy thought then smit Let mo hence I groaned striving to It is well I aid again Jlet us be goÂ¬ me Yea Hirmucais tho guards tramp be plea of necessity But naught can it avail from within And so tho minutes wore of all tho world ltiswtH O Egypt ea ing made reply And rising I placed the dagger in away In the third hour of tho afternoon ing fore thy door but bo not deceived Know I for hand in hand down the path to sin rush but all rty strength had I took counsel with myself How should riseNay not yet awhile Thou gone How know I I said that it was not the tenth day from new will I attend for wouldst not not that I do hold ttico to mo by bonds more Remorso and Rain nnd woo to hint they 1 went as by appointment fixed to the tho bosom of vay robe Taking a cup of I do tho hateful deed If I flung myself I Ay and woo to me who of all sin-Â¬ who in thy jealous anger didst betray mine answer and en tho eleventh 1 sail thou strong than prison chains knew I not follow bouse where lodged my nncle Bopa that wine that stood near I drank deep of it for upon her now sho would seo me and scream leave mo yet Thou cam not leave mo yet our plans 1 Charmlon long ago Sepa warned henco to join Antony my Lord l Harmachis hast thou never loved same house to which some three months food had I scarco tasted all that day that I am hAlTidfrom ill at thy hands by ners am tho diet and struggle Nay I must wait a chance me against thee and of a truth now that I Once mere at a sign from Cleopatra the One word sho said hurriedly for It Nay nay O Queen I What have I to do a fence of honor moro hard for theo to pan gone I bad bcoa brought when for the Har- The auguries aro favorable then CHAPTER XVX with love Let mo hence i i am taint tor than al fhe spears of all my legions thor IMPBISOXXEST OF HARJIACHIS THE SCOBH recaU like a traitor she broke In redÂ¬ trumpets blared and bowing he withdrew first time I entered Alcxaudna And hero Is not yet time last night ah last night Tis l tho lTO BE C03TIXUZDI and her bosom assembled done I Vsd ero now Harmachis See sds I found of revolt in secret conclavenum- Â¬ dream that haunts heaved I dreamed a or cnAHMKW tub retxbig toie or nAB dening to her brow tor think that all are me strangely and per in tho city to the Never to havo loved tis strange I hero is thy knlfo And sho handed mo the leaders the KACnrs thk couisa or qcrsrus seixtus of his family and hold a common mind I E didst Never to havo known some woman heart dagger Now slay mo if thou canst And ber of seven When I had entered and tho chance thoa also and dream a dream Oltaspace of eleven Nay Ibetrayed thee not twas that poor What Disturbed Him tis forgotten is it beat all in tuno to thino never to have sho drew near and tore open the bosom of doors were barred they prostrated them Twas all a dream days was I thus kept knave Paulus whose heart failed his at seen tho eyes of thy adored n swia with her robe and stood waiting with calm eyes pelvcsand ened Hail rharaohr But I not so my Lord prisoned in my chamthe last and who la rightly served Nor I always sleep with my watek aa Yea yea I said why troublcst thou passions tears as sho sighed her vows bado tlicm rise saying that not yet was I Thou canst not slay me sho went on bers nor did I sec will I stay to hear thoughts so base Har-Â¬ der my pillow said a travelis man upon thy breast I Never to havo loved Pharaoh for the chicken was still in the egg me thus at such anhourl any one savo the sen- Â¬ machis Royal co morol Cleopatra Queen lor there aro things as i Know well that Nay 1 know not but to night Harma yea Prince said my uncle but his never to havo lost thyself in tho mystery no man no such man as thou art may do tries atsry door tha of Egypt bids me say that thoa art free to a friend during a coHvecsatlee ooa Not in vain hath chis Fato is in labor of a great event and of anothers soul nor to havo learned how and live and this is tho chief of them to haV shows through slaves who In silence and that she watts thoe in the Alabaster ccralng train robberies Nature can overcomo our naked loneli- slay tho woman who is all his own Nay Egypt brooded all theso years an thou in her painful throes mayhap shell brought mo food and HalL I used to do that but Tve omit it golden web of love ol stay thy hand I Turn not that dagger mo In her grip mo or thee or the of thine ness and with tho crush fail not with that dagger stroke drink and CleoAnd shooting ono swift glanco through Why And if that be so f naught can now twain of us Harmachis Why tis against thy breast for if mo thou mayst ono identity twain weave and bow canst thou fall patras self who her long lashes she curtsied and was gone Because I never couH WI watch well I would hear from theo before tis never to havo lived Harmachisl not slay by how much tho moro mayst thou stop our courso to victory I camccontinually But So onco moro I came and went about the e watek er And ever as she murmured sho drew cot slay thyself O thoa forsworn Priest Itisontho knees of tho Gods I an Â¬ done that twas naught but a dream and though her words of Court though but sparingly for my heart was keeping me awake that dream forgot nearer to me till at last with a long sweet of Isis Art thou then so eager to faco swered Mecohaat love wore many every the bed tloking of shame and terror and on was Yea tis all a dream I said idly sigh sho flung ono whlto arm about my that outraged Majesty in Amenti With Nov ho said the gods hvo placed tho naught would she tell tao of f aca full I feared to seo the scorn of those who neck nnd gazing upon mo with blue un- what eyes thlnkcst thou will tha Heavenly issuoin tho hands of n mortal in thy thou nnd I and the solid earth and this how things went wit boat Sho kncwmeforwhatlwas Batnaughtlsaw An AKor DInnrr CriUebm fathomable eyes smiled her dark slon Mother look upm her son who shamed in hands O Harmachis I and thero is it safe heavy night of terror ay and this keen camo In many moods now gay for all those who had knowledge of the plot Ia comparing the Mtorarr meiits of Dick Â¬ smile that liko on opening flower re- all things and falso to his most sacred vow See hero aroaho last lists Thlrty ono pointed knlfo what ore theso but dreams now full of wise hadfled and for her own sake no word had and laughio ATamnr orator vealed beauty within beauty hidden comes to greet Her his life blood on his thousand men who bear arms are sworn to and with what face Khali tho waking cornel tltocghts and speech and now Charmlon spoken Also Cleopatra bad put ons aad Thackeray aa ulini fat said So now thou fallest In my humor Royal Its Nearer she bent her queenly form and stil hands Where then will ba tho space for nso when tho tidings come to them With russioaata only and lo every It about that I was Innocent But ray gnttt ia London umaa naturethe iiatitrfalgate sight inter that Dteaeaa As thou sayest we dream more near now her perfumed breath thy atonement if indeed thou mayst mood she gave somo new found chana in five days every citadel in Egypt will be Harmachis lay heavy on me sad made mo thin aad tha paH ovsr Thackeray but oa tother played upon my hair and now her lips met atonol in our bands and then what havo wo to and whflo wo dream yet can the vision Full of talk sho was as to how I should help away tha beauty of my eeaateniBca hand Its la the brfiitaat shafts of satire AS XOW HEU IJPS MET MIXE xainol Then I could bear no more for my heart her mpy Tsrvpt great and lesj n twOm--len- s worethough X was fear From Ramo but little for hor handsÂ¬ change For wonderful are the fantasiesÂ¬ yet was I And And woo is me in that kiss more dead- was broken within me Alas It was too are fall and besides wo wHl make al- of dreams seeing that they havo no stabil Â¬ machls sho said ct length though this fight the Roman everwatcbed nor free in Iname boyoad the tgother with a keen sense o humor that of tha people and might stir DsckerayrutoepaRaircrThacisens Its ly and moro strong than tho embrace pi true I dared not dio To such a pass was eagles back And though liance with the Triumvirate and if need be ity but vary like the vaprous edgo of sun sho must have guessed at first I listened palace Broaads death wore forgotten Isis my Heavenly I como that I did cot oven daro to dial I jnst this t Tblckery Is a hamon 1 and Dark buy them off Forofiaeacy there is plenty set clouds building now this thiogand now Yes O Qneen I answered And atJehonme Ihedny that brought ens is a satirist Bat aftet a its bear i thou that now dark and heavy and sow Tis woiy and she cast tho writing on Holc Oaths Honor Country Friends ai flung myself upon the couch and wept ia the land and if more be wanted stored alightbeing splendor Therefore before we - twith it Qatutas Demos teat iaise Memoa to issteotany comparison bet wii t r C IT W with Harmauhlj knowest whore tis things save that Cleopatra clasped me injwpt tear of blood and anguish tho marble The ships sialt stdl For Close IB uuruiujiHj KHe eMThSclner arras miucaucu bio uuv j auu miru against the need of Khea and outside tho wake to morrow tell mo oao word Is that good or bad 1 am weary of weighing But Cleopatra come to mo and seating escafee Mv rabid fell ia timo with hers bor letters to ClCak Jp 1 twmjdjobo wog is u rtr i2r vision of last night wherein 59 Now pledge mBn she murmured J Romans read ef arm feorsojf besW las ehe strove to comfort chances j tocy opene temetuis o This is a heavy matter O Queen I I had wished to show upon what circumstance I base my forecast Nay not so Harmachis I havo wearied of tho ways of stars Thou hast prophesied that is enough for ine for doubtless being bonest thou hast written honestly Thcrs- forc save thou thy reasons and well be merry What shall we dot I could dance to thee none there aro who can dance so well but it wouid scarco bo queenly Nay I have it I will sing And leaning for- Â¬ ward she raised herself and bending tho harp toward her struck somo wandering chords Then hr low voice broke out In perfect and most sweet song And thus sho sang Kl ht oa the sea on I night upon the sky said pledge me one cup of wino In token of thy love 4 I took tho draught and deep I drank and then too late I knew that it was -- 1 i tr 3i5osiSE ts Â¬ ggaii 1 yt l 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 fji I JkjHsjH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k J 1 IB Â¬ w ii rjn Â¬ Â¬ ssj1 S Mai vi Â¬ liPI Â¬ f- laeCi Â¬ Â¬ kigkt rcWeranatraore tti ZZZZZZ nu llnlvvnnrte j Mm- - tm - - SADDLES The UTTLE BROWN HANDS They drlre homo the eovs from the pastors Up through the lone thadj lane Where the quail whistles lood In the wheat Geld All jellow with ripening cnln They llnd in the thick waring grasses Where the scarlet tipped strawberry grows Tbej gather the earliest snowdrops And the first crimson bads of the rose i BAYHEUTIl OPERA HOUSE HOME OF THE MUSIC DRAMAS THAT WAS BUILT BY WAGNER A SOUTHERN HERO FACTS ABOUT WHALES LUNA AND LUNACY hahrtessGEAR AlffD M and reliable Saddle Harness House of and Ne 36 Second Street next to Garnett House has a complete stock of G W PICKELS Whips Spurs In throwing yonr money away by bnying shoddy goods They toss the hay In the meadow They gather the elder blooms white They And where theduslry grapes purpleIn the sort tinted October light Tbey know where the apples hang ripest And are sweeter than Italys wines They know where the fruit U the thickest On the long thorny blackberry vines They gather the delicate sea weeds And build tluy castles of sand They pick up tlie beautiful sea shells Fairy barks that hare drifted to land j - Saddles Harness Bridles Curry Combs Scrapers Boot Oils and Toe Weights Soaps everything else Heeded by persons who handle liorses Blanket Horse Tbey ware from the tall rocking tree tops Where the orioles hammock nest swings And at night time ore folded In slumber By a song that a fond mother sings Those who toil bravely are strongest The humble and poor become great And from those brown handed children Shall grow mighty rulers of state I In saving money by buying Saddles Manufactured to Order the best oi everything at and none but the beet material reasonable prices and and used Gentlemens ladies Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Haines Backhands Bellybaitds Collars Collar Tads Hame Strings How Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used oh the farm Only experienced workmen om boys The prn of the author and statesman The noble and wlso of our land The sword and chisel and palette Shall bo held In the little brown hand New Harcn Kews GRANDMAS EYES U i He yon make money by getting the They wonder why I lore ber so They marrel where the magic Ilea That knits rae to ber they who know That Gladys has ber grandmas eyesl They say shes but a thoughtless tot They say tis true she ueTer tries To pleasure me but try or not She cant but please with grandmas eyes They say ber sisters are as sweet It may tie so as they surmise Hot who but Gladys comes to gret Me early with her grandmas eyes ployed When If you want a Saddle yon 1m ve a hundred to select from ranging upwards If you in price from want a set of Harness you hare a 150 set to select from ranging in price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to tlie best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The hands otnest lot ot lap Cloths brought to Richmond 41- Â¬ i BestofEraitli And Sbed hare the moon rd giro the sunt What wonder that my heart denies Ko draft thats made on it by one Who always asks with grandmas eyes She Ughts up all this world of woe She silences een sorrows cries She foHows me whereer I go Forever with her grandmas eyes Ah who that knows what powers proceed From simple things in what strange guise Can doubt a little child may lead An old man with her grandmas eyes With Gladys I grow young again L who am gray o fast time flies Am young yet how my bean aches when She looks at me with grandmas eyesl Vy child wife srsOes once more on me Glad tears within mine own arise As with my grandchild on my knee I gaze into her grandmas eyes Ma y Norton Bradford in Montreal Star ccr Exactly wna I lo tMlit L PAPER Varam e wiM --At th- e- LOWEST PRICE Sle of Wall a jx rfcet tueee Our llrxml 1H W 131 2 All this you can do by getting your FALL and WINTER THERE IS NO DEATH liwtmic we hsl mule H iwr mind lo wit every iwtt of the ni ftwMHia bimkIs no Mutter at whal rkt Utey Imd in jo Hntvcn IttHttky went at 5 eHit- - tu I lie Iiiba ttl GW8 at IS cent Tlny tilt went tlie ltt 4 roil of them Lnretitly we have hi M Fool Mi Underwear There Is no death The stars go down To rise upon some fairer shore And bright in heavens jeweled crown They shine forererraore There Is no death The dust wo tread Stall chaBge beneath the summer showers To golden grain or mellow fruit Or rainbow tinted flowers The granite rocks disorganize To feed the hungry moss tbey bear The forest leaves drink daHy life From out the viewless air I The leaves may fall The Sowers fade and pass away They only wait through wintry hours The coming of the May Oil Ms Left WE STOCK OF I mTCTHMffi There Is no death Kl T SIMPLY A TKEXKNIMHS BOOTS SHOES IffEW GOODS finest lmwl root lite dte t to varieties awl at iuade goods ih lie etidluiB HATS CAPS COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods There is no death 1 An angel form Walks oer the earth with silent tread lie bears our best be4oved things away And then we caH them dead Prices Lower Than Ever Itewrt f in tlris or any wther city in the Uhmi ami ieraeuiber lie leaves our heart ail desolate He plucks our fairest sweetest flowers Transplanted into bHs3 they now Adorn immortal bowers The bird like voice whose joyous tones Made glad this scene of sin and strife Sings now ber everlasting song Amid the Tree of Life And when he sees a smile too bright Or heart too pure for taint of vice lie bears to it that world of light To dwell in Paradise Dora Into that undying life They leave us but to come again With joy wo deome them the same Except in sm and pain And ever near us though unseen The dear immortal spirits tread For all the boundless universe Is Life there ore do Dead Unidentified UOME AxSLD SEE US Yi Will Xot Be Undersold l tmy m the Intnl TImj jwWic gen eraNj are invited to iHeet goods and K9m YowooedtfiitfcervHiit WALLACE srA Away I RICE GEO 32 31 M WILLGING Great Book Given Decorator in Paint and Paper nman II Carriages 1 0 NEW BUGGIES NEW PEJSTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehiefae are all new and of the vry UkUa4 iwilteriis They are for tale m rite m4 reasonable terms If you wattt a vebiete come ami nee me aud jw- wwnt K home wiiiiout one 5JOHN DONELSON ZEtXOZHETUEOHSnD T liave purchased the property of the mlil Vmipany and will keep on hand ail of Hie bet varieties of The yard is eay of seoess Pen ons dtwiftng lo ImhiI Dieir own coal will Mot lwtve to cross tlie railroad I retteetfuNy request n liberal pat mnniwi of tiie ofcfom of both county ao4f etcv T 8 BRONSTON 1- GOAL J A G WILLIAMSON CITY KMJINEKK Talking about adventures in strango places said J S JL Hodge of Jones ville as ho settled himself down in a threo logged choir in tho office one year ago I had an experience that I shall not soon forget or repeat In my neigh borlvood there are numbers of natural wells Tliese wells are roun J and the walls are of rock Some of these wells aro very deep and others have no bottom One year ago my neighbor Henry Turner lost a calf and after searching for it a week he decided that it had fallen in one of these unused wells and came to me for assistance I told him that the 33 calf was dead but consented to go down 2 w the well Descending to the depth of about forty feet I came to w hat I suplift imi posed was the bottom Becoming ac- Â¬ customed to tlie darkness I discovered a long horizontal cave in the rock The lost calf had on a bell and after listen- Â¬ ing I heard the tinkling far off in the distance Moreover it appeared to be WE CARRY NONE BUT THE partly submerged in water The hunt was growing exciting but I could not enter that dark hole peopled with snakes by the imagination by myself Calling to tho top 1 asked that another man and as our stock is not large we are come down with a lantern My brother continually renewing it and therefore camo down and we started on our jour- Â¬ our stock U ALWAYS FRESH We ney through tho eartlu Wo had to crawl for tho crevice was not moro than three feet high We had proceeded about ICO yards when suddenly wo came to a large cavern which could not be measured in tlie darkness Just before us was a body of water Into which the calf had fallen We managed to throw a rope and in consequence our prices are around it and pull it up and then we got out of thcro with all possible haste I had no inclination to explore further and I shudder when I think of the pos Â¬ sible danger that surrounded us in the eartlu Give us one trial nnd you will Theso natural wells are among the be convinced wonders unexplained It is believed by many that in ages past the ground sunk IIAGAN OHENAULT in leaving these round holes in tho solid rock Mr Hodge used tho water from 29 ono of theso wells for drinking It is 6ixty feet deep and tho water is cold clear and pure Gaines villo Record Â¬ HI Florida Underground BEST GOODS Buy anu Sell for Gasli Exceedingly Low n Civil Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ lq q 7 FW15 years at 322 Surveys made fur Railway Turnpike Itoadwayv Estimates Riven cf Farm drainage Town Lots laid ofT imk mmomM m Bct TlHrdnJFcunh ilMailUuKj qukM 4jiieUA uj tL 1 rrtdu1f 4wtd 4 Ms wiu Court riare now at JLirfcctStrcot T RiftF aajsfesag wvrc inivip 7tt GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced i CHRONIC i forms or PRIVATE Cnw all and SEXUAJL liSi ta rmlfc Kml cuwd ta au m4 bcMhwl nSm Hpecial attention civen tepogmplileal inH and plats of ami oilier landx Correpoud forma foee Fotieited with parties interested in trttrveys of lands in mountain eouii tiex of Kentucky aTOIfiee City Hall RiohmondKy S- st b reH f Mtf kWi Spermatorrhea and Impoicscy pNterW unirntareiM liiiCttvmHi RMfUfi tUMhrdrauu ItaWHil 4bt tmcu KatiMMM Mi i7 f tfccfci bt eau fhj-fmrnt- - GXXET H Navr ff ubatff are Hwr wUr iji YPKIL IS t 5 w 4 SSS ASTSriSK c - JfmlacUmlmmt rui W B CUXXlXIlAXa- - LTKJLV rABKWH y KM nrn untm Cores Guaranteed in pit Catoa undertcken iiut kj dl miim nmdiKiMiuahtit Kmm MMioi - M unlM Uwu4i um-t- - If femfflMih It kju trhWj MkfaitSalsM We havo ereotetl a new and enmmo dtotts Livery ami Kale KUtde corner of 3rd and Irvine Mreets Richmond Ky and hbU the public lo give us a trial PHIVATE COU3fSrzOIL 44rrs ctsTej- anlfslrt3mtT Of9rfferwtBT read I aL A4rn at u 8bMl to 0 fisadj OSc turt tra A I F 3 to 4 F K SL Iff HORSES rales HITCHED OR FED AT RBASON ABLE BATES Saddle Ihhvm Horxes and buggies hired at low - PAKRISU CDXXIXOUAM HARHISOHDMILLEB 109 IRVINE STREET Heil Deer to Poit Oftcc Furniture Eepairihg UPHOLSTERING Dmk ProtnpHr HESTYLE CARPETS LAID IN GirelAniCaM 21- - Offered Ills Uncle Perhaps there aro no new motifs or principles of humor only new applica Â¬ tions And wo aro amused when they aro applied to characters well known During the war at a time of great de- Â¬ pression it is said that n public meeting was called in Oneida county N Y for tho purposo of stimulating tho war spirit It was a matter of notoriety at the time that there was a decided political disa Â¬ greement between Roscoe Conkling and his nephew Morris Miller and that they warmly opposed each others views and measures Tho meeting was a very fervent one and in the course of it great enthusiasm was aroused for the moro vigorous prose- Â¬ cution of the war Tlie speakers vied with each other in their devotion and personal self sacrifice Ono speaker of- Â¬ fered to contribute a large sum of money another and another offered an increased amouBt An aged man arose and with a broken voice declared that he had no money to give but that he had a young son whdm he would dedicate to the service of his country Another father arose and with tears in his eyes pledged the samo sacrifice Tho enthusiasm was at its height and the houso was carried away by tho spirit of self surrender when Mr Miller arose and eloquently expressed his devotion to tho cause I have he said In thrilling tones no money to give but I offer to my country my uncle Eoscoo Conkling Thero wa3 dead silence for a moment and then suppressed laughter and then a roar that Bhook the house Business was resumed tho speaking went on other pledges wcro made But every now and then somebody would break out In a titter Ho offers his uncle Eoscoo Conk- Â¬ ling and tho fancy would ticklo some- Â¬ body else until the whole houso was conÂ¬ vulsed again and again with merriment Harpera Magazine The Influences of the Various Seasons on The Mysterious Life aud Philanthropic JrtlmU Tllseased Services of Judge SIIlo Ollu VERY LITTLE KNOWN CONCERNING Tho old idea thatLuna and lunacy ha eo The death of Judge Milo Olin removed THIS LARGE ANIMAL nn intimate relation appears to bo not a singular character from Georgia A wholly without foundation This at any man wrho lived tho life of a recluse so A Fire Hours Performance Seenes Around retiring and unobrrusivo was Ids daily Bereral of the Popular Fallacies KpIoded i rate is demonstrated by the commission- by a Gentleman who lis Made tho erg in lunacy for Scotland that tiio sea 1 Think Carefully and buy from us tho Edifice Daring- - tbe Opera Season life that he was never heard of outside Suhlect ins Specialty for Five Teanc Paons havo a distinct inlluenco on asylum Adjoining Tor- - of the pale of his immediate neighbors VRoraantle Walkstn the 2 Decide Wisely Tlie Best is the Cheapest Statistics Tho tables of admission dur except in time Of epidemics He had Romance of Tlirllllnc Adveutdre et Meals on tlie Grounds ing tho years lSSO 7 show that there are rperhaps the most singular and striking 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Of all the modern scientists engaged two well marked periods one in which Bayrcuth was well selected by Wagner individuality of any man in Georgia IIo in tho work of investigation perhaps the number rises considerably above the as tho place for the production of his was over six feet tall slender and bent 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 216 WMain music dramas Situated in a broad and with age Long white hair fell about none havo adopted a field more peculiarÂ¬ average and tho other in winch it falls and entertaining than Professor Fred- considerably below Tlie average monthly 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto quiet valley it is the place for sweet his shoulders and a long pointed beard melancholy and the harmony of soft reached nearly to his waist Save where erick W True of the National museum number for the eight years was 1090 7 Investigate Thoroughly If Yon Do Not Know Ife At the close of tho summer the use of snuff had stained his mustache Professor Trteis a young man butho During the three months of May June sounds has already spent five years of his career and July the number was C23 above what toward the festival time a delicate hazo his hair was white as snow Within his 8 Buy Frequently If You Would Please Us falls upon the landscape and softens tho crown of white hair was a long wan as a scientist in looking up one subject it would havo been if tho average num Â¬ wliales On the 9 Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim outlines of tnc blue hills that riso upon face with deep set eyes a kind of benev- Â¬ ber only had been admitted Only about eighteen species of the other liand curing the months of Octo- Â¬ every side Tho Wagner theatre is as olent countenance yet almost weird in Is Our Earnest Request 10 PAY PROMPTLY skillfully set as the scenes of its finest its pallor Tlie plainest sort of clothes fifty six that frequent tho coast of Nortli ber November December and January America are well known and tho ma Â¬ tho number was 4G2 below what it would operas Probably no playhouse in the covered his long stooping form and he history of the stage has been more poeti- Â¬ looked like some old partisan of a former jority of theso of forms which have long have been if the average number had Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead j r -been under observation Tlie number of been admitted The table shows further cally situated Its surroundings invite age dis- Â¬ to success and and make us happy contemplation and repose At a miles Milo Olin came to Augusta fifty years species whoso habits variations and that this rise and this fall are preceded distance from the sleepy littlo town it ago from New York 116 practiced law tribution are thoroughly understood is by a gradual rise and a gradual fall the rests on a level spot near the crest of a was some tlmo in the 40s clerk of still smaller Tlie life of the whale is rise taking place during February March long wooded slope A narrow avenue the superior court and subsequently passed with but little of it being visible and April and the fall taking place dur-Â¬ densely shaded with a broad walk on elected a magistrate which position he and it is not an approachable animal ing July August and September one side leads to it Tlie building itself held for many years and up to the time What is known of its life has been ob- Â¬ Tlie special frequency the commis- Â¬ an irregular mass of red brick and stone of his death He was a singularly ro tained at long range and many errors sioners say with which asylum treat- Â¬ DKALEBS IN blazes out in relief against the back- Â¬ servod man and if anybody knows tho havo thereby crept in All the romance ment is resorted to during tho period ground of forest Cultivated trees arch- Â¬ story of his life that man is not known about thrilling adventures in the capture from tho middle of April to tho middle ed and trimmed darken the ascent from He lived to himself Seemingly he had of tho whale have had their day It is of July corresponds with what has been ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE the town but behind old woods with torn himself away from the scenes and still regarded as a dangerous occupation observed by asylum physicians that WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS unkept glades and tangled roads mingle associations of his young life and to no but nothing like what it was in the past there Is u tendency to an exacerbation of the rustle of their leaves with the strains man so far as is known did he ever tell You will hear no more stories of hand the mental disorder of patients in asy- Â¬ Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material of the great German master his story He had some friends and ho harpooning and tho smoking lino run lums during the early part of summer out over the bow the boat towed and it is interesting to notice also that ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING men TOILKTS was ever a faithful and ardent one to ning lightning speed and all the statistics of suicide in the general Tlie avenue curves to the right in those Iiq loved but as in each succeeding by a leviathan at PLOWS WAGONS FARMING IMPLEMENTS illuminated the old front of the edifice and encircles it as year death had narrowed the little circW those details that sea Now whales are population show that this occurs most time stories of the frequently durinc the samo period the public entrances arc at the sides of his early associates he did not seek to HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS fired as any Tho greatebt number of recoveries take By this way all tho carriages arrive de- Â¬ widen it but withdrew more within him killed with a bomb lance other projectile at a moderately long place during June July and August and FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC ETC positing their occupants at the right en- Â¬ self and grew more and moro like a range It carries an explosive substance they aro fewest during the months of hermit Â¬ trance The two arms of tho bifurcatMost people believed that some great that detonates when the lance enters the November January and February Tho LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND DS ing avenue separate from the theatre whale Tliat is the two restaurants the only eating sorrow flung its blighting influence over body of thowhalo is generallytho modern regularity in tho rise and fall of the num- Â¬ harpooned bers is twice interrupted Tlie riso is in- Â¬ places on the grounds All tho walks his young life and saddened his whole way The fast and and drives about the theatre are free to career What was its nature no one afterward in order to make it the whalo terrupted by a fall in April and tho fall is attempted beforo It is interrupted by a rise in Pecembcr tlie public On a festival day an im- Â¬ knows It did not embitter but softened unless this with any danger mense crowd of gapers assembles about and hallowed his life Ho seemed to is dead it is not attendedtho popular falla- Â¬ is considered probable that theso inter- Â¬ IticinioND Ky July 10 1889 What are some of ruptions are duo to some causes which tho right entranco to watch tlie carriages have taken tho consecrating vows of He went cies in regard to whales A largo proportion of these philanthropy and charity recur regularly at theso periods because unload the first place tho greatest of them they aro well marked in character and In persons are women and girls attracted about doing good A self appointed is a fish It is a physician and nurse no epidemic has oc- Â¬ all is that tho whale it is suggested that the December rise is by the prospect of seeing the fine turnouts of tho visitors Nor aro they mis- Â¬ curred in forty years in tho south that mammal with none of the characteristics Â¬ occasioned in part at least by tho an- Â¬ in the wataken for thero b rarely seen a finer Judge Milo Olin did not at once set out of a fish except that it exists its young nual statutory revision of tho condition ter An animal that nurses of patients inasylurnsduringthat month collection of toilets than thpse which for tho scene of pestilenco and danger TJWACQUAOTTED WITH THE CEOGHAPHT Or THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAET During tho yellow fever epidemic in and has rudimentary hind legs could This revision is mado by medical officers gather there It is like a dream of fish in any re Â¬ MUCH VAtUABLE mrOEMATION PHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Augusta a generation ago he had the hardly correspond to a to determine asylums with a view beauty to stand at the entranco on an every cut of a whalo of August afternoon In an hours loiter- Â¬ fever and as soon as he recovered went spect In almost animal pouting a tre- Â¬ whether they can properly give tho cer- Â¬ you will seo tho i of the necessity for further deten ing thero I saw more beautiful women to nursing others in Savannah Memphis volume of water irom its blow tificate tho asylum which is annually re- Â¬ tion in than I had ever seen before even in the Norfolk Wilmington Fernandina New mendous holes This is purely an imaginary habit quired tolegalize the continued residence capitals of the world Countesses and Orleans and Jacksonville Wherever the on tho part of the whales Tho blow duchesses of all realms men and women dread disease was at work Judge Olin boles of the whalo correspond to the of all patients who havo been threo years in an asylum Tlie occurrence of the young and old rich in birth wealth and was to bo found He knew no fear No nostrils of other animals When it comes large number of recoveries during tho position alighted in succession One enso was too loathsome no disease too to the surface to breathe it expels tho air months of June July and August is young English lady who wa3 accom- Â¬ dangerous to stop him in his work of from its lungs with a violent effort Its panied by a Frenchman of distinguished humanity and cliarity He was no pro- Â¬ nostrils are apt to bo slightly under wa- Â¬ probably duo to the large number of ad- Â¬ fessional nurse charging high wages missions during May Juno and July as appearance and who might have been tho result is column of spray a daughter of the gods she was 60 tall and getting ricli on tho misfortunes of ter and the air This a been mistaken moro than 48 per cent of all tho recover has rises in and fair had some difficulty in getting his fellow men Ho refused all pay and in the distance by sailors for a column of ies which tike placo during the first year within so closely did tho eager crowd presents from those ho nursed back to water When a whalo had been har- Â¬ of residence occur within three months life and strength and reported to the re- Â¬ Pall Mall of the date of admission surround her pooned so that its lungs had been pene- Â¬ About a moment beforo the beginning lief committeo for duty without wages trated it is likely that tho whalo spouted Gazette of tho opera a littlo brass band blows a of any kind Ho was tender tireless and blood and water through its nostrils and tie Could Drive note of warning from the front porclu intelligent Tho first colonel of the First Maine When ho reached a patients side he this has confirmed tho original error doors are closed and nobody Then the when tho Eailors observed it at clote cavalry was bluff John Goddard an iron can get in thereafter until the end of the needed no physician to tell him what to range sided old lumberman Beforo the war do He had more faith in his longexpe So scrupulously is this rule ob- Â¬ act Another popular error continued served that it is said that a member of a rience than ho had in the medical train- Â¬ Professor True is that all whales fur- Â¬ ho used to take gangs of men into the royal family a few seconds too late was ing of most physicians and thero was nish whalebone The two great classifi- Â¬ woods every winter Late one fall in tho fifties a tall onco compelled to wait till tho next act always a small mortality among tho cases cations among whales are tlie toothed lank Yankee camo into Col Goddards On entering one sees tho audience stand- Â¬ which ho nursed Not only did he refuse and tho whalebone varieties Tlie sperm ing up in order to give holders of inside money and costly presents but he would whale is a toothed whale and the right ofiico and asked for employment as a THE CHICAGO HOGK ISLAND PfiOSFiG RAILWAY teamster seats a chance to take them There are accept no costly testimonials from the whale is a whalebone whale Thewhale Including- main lines bronchos and extensions East and West of tt Ho had hundreds of let- Â¬ Do yon know how to drive oxen no center aisles all entrance to seats philanthropic Missouri River To rul points East Nortli and Northwest from Kans j ters of thanks and gratitude scores of bono in a good sized wlialo is worth sevÂ¬ asked Goddard being at the sides of tho hall City to Rocfc Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALREBT hundreds of dollars Tho toothed complimentary resolutions badges and eral Pipestone Worthlnton Sioux Falls Water LEA ROUTE to Spirit I rather reckon I do was tho bash- Â¬ TIIE PERFORMANCE town Minneapolis StIate nnd Intervening- towns and cities it is tha Paul testimonials from cities societies and whales really have not much use for ful response Suddenly down go the lights That is short direct route In connection with llne3 from St Louis Cincinnati their teeth as they cannot chew any Â¬ Suppose I was a yoke of oxen said Louisville NasbvUlo and Eastern and Southern points converging at the signal and there is a great rustling other organizations but ho never paraded thing with them They aro merely a Kansas City it also constitutes of clothes and banging of seats Then them and no ono could elicit from him row of points that servo to grasp a fish Goddard getting down on all fours on the ofiico floor and suppose I would THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM dio down still further till you anything of his self sacrificing work for tho lights or other kind of prey and hold it until can see nothing of the man in front of publication When he entered a stricken it can work it down its throat Tlie not haul let mo see what you would do THE MISSOURI RIVER city the press learned nothing from him to roako me come up under the yoke you There is 6ilence for about half a areaa of tho richest nurmins- and crazing lands In tho It traverses vastthe T teeth aro only on the lower jaw There Tho Yankee objected at first but when world formlncr most popular ana economical system oi minute No orchestra is in sight and of his heroic part and on Ids return home are no molars among the teeth and they transportation to and from ail cities towns and sections in Kansas Col you aro wondering whence Is to come the nothing of tbeprivations he had endured cannot grind tho food Then tho jaw is he was told that his winters work deÂ¬ orado ana tno inaian Territory Ktm uecnmng cnair cars Detwecn Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman music as tho seats seem to run right iuto tho servico ho had rendered and tho not hung so that it can do anything more pended upon tho trial he took tho long Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson thanks that had been showered upon him bradded oaken ox goad and began to tho footlights But suddenly a long wail than snap Tlie whalebone whale uses flourish it over tho kneeling Goddards Atlanta Cor St Louis MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS from a Iuto is heard from somewhere tho fringo of whalebono around the up- Â¬ head Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed down below the stage and in a moment per jaw in lieu of teeth It strikes a by steam from ino locomouvo in winter well ventuatoa ana tree from aust Hish Bright get up there Golden the full orchestra is in play school of shellfish which abound in great Como here Star geo off Liru ho yell- Â¬ Two TtrltUli Poets leave Kansas Citv and St Josonh dailv on arrival trains from the East Tho interior is simply a succession of ana southeast witn elogant Day Coaches PullmanofPalaco Sleepers and gets ed in turn but never a move did God- Â¬ John Gay tho English poet born in numbers in tho sea and when it FREE Reclininer Choir Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to raised seats and not of tho softest kind 1C8S Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo mating stops only at important in Â¬ wrote tho ballad Sweet Williams them in its mouth it closes its jaws The dard make Finally getting weary the either without side boxes or any elabotervening stations inJCansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con Â¬ Â¬ water is squeezed ont and the whale teamster inserted the steel brad into venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals rate dioration or trimming About 1200 Farewell to Black Eyed Susan begin swallows everything tliat is left at seasonable hours and at moderate prices Goddards trousers Tlie coming cavalry perons can be comfortably seated but ning All in the Downs tho fleet was Have any species been exterminated moored It perliaps suggested to Doug- Â¬ colonel got up in a hurry and the THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE tho auditorium looks to be much larger From what wo know it is not prob- Yankee was hired at his own price lass Jerrold Ins play Black Eyed Su- Â¬ A performance lasts about five hours To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of tan Gods Cascade Green Mountain Â¬ able For a few years the right whale Falls Idaho Springs tho mountain porks mining camps and cities sanitary threo hours of opera and two hours of san written in 1820 in which Gays bal disappeared totally from the North proving tho best teamster in tho gang resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Gay imitating La entracte Beginning at 830 there is lad is usually sung successful in putting American coast None were stranded When tho cavalry regiment was organ Â¬ Its Vestlbulo Express Trains are oqulppod with every modem improvement ized the humorous teamster went to the that can odd to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment an intermibsion from 430 to 530 and an- Â¬ fontaine was very and there was no evidenco that any more front oa a private and when ho fell They also mako close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Unin other from 030 to 7 30 Tlie first entracte fables into verse His poctn entitled wero Depots wlttitha Denver and Rio Grando Colorado Midland Union Pacuc Tlie Fan gives in delicate burlesque a in existence A year or two ago fighting under Grant h had a set of Â¬ Donver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines is usually given up to promenading Durvery ingenious as well as classical theory ono or two specimens were seen and now lieutenants epaulettes on his shoulders For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies ofthe Western Trail ing the second there are scenes like those assusd monthly or further desired information uddress they aro reasonably plentiful again article of at an American railway restaurant The as to tho origin of thatDr Johnsonfemale Whether they disappeared because they Lewiston JournaL spoke E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN cafes are scarcely large enough to receive use and adornment Giant Spiders of Ceylon contemptuously of the poem but he had were pursued by man or for some other General 3Iaaser Oeal Ticict ft Van Agent CHICAGO 1L1 1200 hungry mortals at ono time and Far up in tho mountains of Ceylon and wo cannot establish That they reason many toavoid tlie crush buy sandwiches no appreciation whatever of burlesque totally disappeared however is conclu- Â¬ India thcro is a spider that spins a web and go marching around the groves sand and probably took it in dead earnest sive Tho fact is that when a certain like bright yellowish silk tho central net wiches in one hand opera book in the Could the learned doctor havo witnessed kind of whalo becomes so scarco as to be of which is five feet in diameter while other On benches conveniently placed one of tho burlesque plays so popular a in danger of extermination it then bo the supporting lines or guys as they aro may be seen swain and sweetheart oblivi few years ago in which mythological comes unprofitable to chaso it and the called measure sometimes ten or twelve ho would havo ous to everything but tho toothsomeness deities are burlesqued said that gods and goddesses never use opportunity for a renewal of tho breed feet long and riding quickly in the early mmmmm m of cheese and bread morning y ju may dash right into it tho is favorable Every young man tries to got through slang twining around your face stout threads Do they breed rapidly James Thompson author of Tho Sea- Â¬ the eating part in half an hour so as to Ono or two at a birth is the rule The like a laco veil while as tho creature sons was so poor in London at onetime Â¬ have tho other thirty minutes for a promesmaller varieties generally bear twins who has woven it takes up his position nade This walk generally consists of a that he went from publisher to publisher and a single ono at a birth is probably in the middle he generally catches you trying to sell the manuscript of Winter plunge into tho cool forest and it is very tlie case with tho greater varieties Tlie right on the nose and though he seldom romantic in the hum laden air of the in order to buy a pair of winter shoes infants nro born pretty well able to take bites or stings tho contact of Ids large ho didnt get any shoes for winter gloaming Togettothowoodsitisncces But caro of themselves though they aro care- Â¬ body and long legs is anything but pleas sary to pass through several little groves not that winter It subsequently mado fully nursed by the mother until they are ant If you forget yourself and try to him famous however and he followed it and by theside of ahayfield Thegroves swift enough to prbvido themselves with catch him bite he will and although are usually the stopping places of mater with Summer quite naturally 1727 He said he was bound to buy himself a food It is tho belief that tho mother not venomous his jaws are as powerful familias and her brood and arc there- Â¬ floats on her side on tho top of tho water as a birds beak and you will not forget Hay Â¬ duster with tho proceeds if it took all when nursing so that tho young can tho encounter fore shunned by the sentimental summer Texas Sittings Tlie bodies of these spiders are very ing and tho festival go on about thesame suckle with their blowholes out of water time and to some very susceptible coup- Â¬ Whether this is true or not I do not handsomely decorated being bright gold Saccharine les the clover is so irreiistiblo that here or scarlet underneath while tho upper This substance which as known is know part is covered with the most delicate andthere on the little piles of scented Do whales ever sleep grass youth and maiden sit with hands 300 times sweeter than sugar is begin Â¬ That is one of tho many things that slate colored fur So strong aro tho webs clasped looking out toward tho west and ning to bo felt by tho beet sugar manu- Â¬ we do not know Sperm whales have that birds the size of larks a re frequently THE SHORTEST its slowly fading sunset V E H in facturers as a very dangerous enemy It been known to lie on the water motion- Â¬ caught therein and even tho small but is stated that in Germany already so New York Star less for a considerable period but it can powerful scaly lizard falls a victim A much saccharine has been made as to only bo guessed whether they aro asleep writer says that he has often sat and Unscrewing a Fountain Pen render D000 tons of beet sugar super- Â¬ or not A whale could not sleep under watched the yellow and scarlet monster If you use a fountain pen and find it fluous It is principally employed in the water for any length of time It has a measuring when waiting for his prey BETWEEN difficult to unscrew the nozzle wrap a preparation of fluids and the production capacity for storing a great deal of air in with his legs Ftretched out fully six rubber band a few times around it Tliat of sweet liquors It is not a food stuff the blood vessels that fill the neck and inches striding across the middle of the M hi will give a grip almost equal to a pair of Indeed it has been condemned by emi- Â¬ are found well down through tho body -DEALER IN- net and noted the rapid manner in which jinim pincers and will not injure tho holder nent medical authorities as directly pre but at tho furthest this could not last he wound his stout threads around the hour when it would than a If you havent a rubber at hand n string judicial to health The sugar manufac more to como halftho surface to blow It unfortunate captive He usually throws TIME 27 HOURS to Watcbes Clocks Jewelry Silver and or a dampened piecu of paper will do turers aro of tho opinion that sacchanno have Is assumed that many of the lower forms the coil about the head till tho wretched A glass stopper may thus bo easily reÂ¬ should only bo sold by chemists France ENTIRE TRAINS of life never sleep but in tbe case of tho victim is first blinded and then choked Plated ware etc 8pecial moved from a bottle or inkstand after Italy and PortugaTaro already contem- Â¬ whalo I do not know that that point has In many unfrequented dark nooks of the BAGOAE CARS defying the strongest grip of moist plating imposing a tax on it Berlin ever been investigated Washington jungle you may come across most perfect DAY COACHES given to attention Post fingers Writer Letter AND SLEEPERS skeletons of small birds caught in theso terrible snares tho strong folds of which Cnrluus Hindoo Notions Didnt Appreciate It An Elephant Remembers a Friend prevent tho delicate bones from falling DIAMONDS Run Through Without Change A curious light is thrown on tho rural The Listener was a bit amused the other to the ground An elephant attached to Womwclls nf ter the wind and weather life of Bengal by the contents of a paper day by a scene that occurred on Robert havo dispersed the flesh and feathers reprinted Lately in the annual report of menagerie was treated in Gloucestershire street A man of gigantic proportions by a druggist for internal spasm Tlie from tho body Exchange AND OTHER PRECIOUS BT0NE8 110 MILES THE SHORTEST the Bombay Anthropological society a dime museum freak out for an airing animal recovered and duly departed from Nuux Ropes to Save Life says Tho Calcutta Times From this 7 HOURS TIIE QUICKET the top of whose head was located fully Many travelers by rail and steam have paper we aro told tho following among tho town This was in 1870 But ir eight feet above the soles of his feet was BKTWEEN 1879 when the druggist stood at his shop other things Shouting tbe narao of tlie seen lumbering along up the 6treet From doubtless speculated as to tho reason for Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida king of birds garuda drives away door to watch tho menagerie again enter the opposite direction came another very tlie existence of a sort of gallows erected snakes Shouting ram nun drives away tho town tho elephant crossed the street tall man but not nearly so tall as the over railroad tracks with not one but a Promptly done aud In a workmanlike TIME 28 HOURS ghosts Cholera that attacks on Mon- advanced to tho man of drugs placed freak Tho latter stopped rgravely lifted dozen rope ends dangling from tho cross Â¬ manner The Only Line Running Through her trunk in his hand and grunted agree Â¬ day or Saturday ends fatally but no his hat to tho eight footer and made beam Sleeping Carp Cincinnati tu Jack Frequently along tho line of tho New Cash Paid for Old Gold cholera that attacks on Thursday Tlie ably to show her remembrance of past some passing salutation by word of souville Without Change and Silver kindness At night in visiting the men- Â¬ York Central are these odd looking flowering of bamboos augurs famine agerie the elephant drew tho druggists mouth The freak did not seem to relish structures to be seen and I noticed a In fanning if the fan strikes tho body It this familiarity of tho other tall gentleforget tlie place should be thrico knocked against the attention to her side to which a bluster man and sullenly growled out a word or couple as I passed under the bridges on wT Dont olllce Iticbmond next door to the rost Ky had been applied nino years before In tlw Culver route from Bay Ridge to ground When giving alms tho giver two between his tectlu When the other Jan4 tf and receiver should not be standing on 18S1 the elephant again entered tho town tall man came along to where the Listen Â¬ Coney Island recently A few days later FBOJtJtJjfcnOX CITY TO different sides of the threshold It is Recognizing her chemist friend in the er was standing he remarked I stand the knotted but uooscless ropes swinging audience she lifted him gently off his my eye as I wa3 bad to pick ones teeth with ones noils OHArXANQOGA six feet one inch In my stockings and In the breeze caught by means of F B OARR If a snake is killed it should bo burned feetattention to one her trunk and drew whenever I meet a man who is taller than awaiting a train at a little depot on the C TWELLS BIRMINGHAM his of her forelegs Tho Hudson river anil curiosity induced rae for it is a Brahman At night the word3 MERIDIAN keeper explained that the limb had been I am it is my Invariable rule to take off to question a railroad employe on the snake and tiger should not be used my hat to him In acknowledgment of bis JAOKSON coll them creepers and insects Do not lanced byji veterinary surgeon and that superiority you know now that moun- Â¬ subject i apparently she was comparing notes oft GO VICKSBDRG C Â¬ The mystery that had puzzled me so wako up a sleeping physician A morn tain of flesh ought to havo felt honored MOBILE ing dream always comes to pass De Â¬ the difference between the gentler blister but ho did not hes tho gruffest old frequently was simplo enough of solu Â¬ Tliat contrivance is intended to votion without headgear Is wrong Iron of her friend and tho procedure of tho codger that Ive ever met St Paul tion warn freight brakemen of a bridge is a charm against ghosts A black cat surgeon It is not often that services Pioneer Press ClosaGonneclioii Wado at New Or- are so long and gratefully remembered ahead Theso said my informant with a white face is very auspicious leans jtfhb Southern Pacific either by quadrupeds or by tho paragon Aboct tba Chinese 1 and Texas Padfle for New York Star men as you know frequently run along TheOjjlj Coal Yard id Town of animals himself St Louis Globe Mrs Emerson says that while tho Jap Â¬ tho roofs of freight cars in the night as Democrat Texas Mexico California anese are becoming more civilized daily well as the day time It is often pitch Hair lie Dined tho Chinese aro in the samo old spot dark and they may not know where How are you living now asked an A Pledso from tho Sea Redeemed 12 Hoars Quicker than any other Line and worse If anything I belie vo it Is they nre even if on the lookout for possi- Â¬ Only a tquare from the Court house actor of a friend Charles B Tallnian of Portsmouth ble dangers But In nine times out of You dont havo to send away out to Direct Connection Made at Shreveport she remarkedI dine away from my apartments whilo cut after menhaden with his crew duo to the government It looks with distrust upon all new ten they aro too much engrossed in their the depot Tabla dhote or a la carte sighted a bottlo afloat and as it appear- Â¬ with Texa3 aud Paeifle Ry Lets see a la carte means by the ed to have something in it ho proposed to methods proposed by Europeans and work to think about low bridges where without Transfer for Americans I lived ono winter at Pe-Â¬ a man standing erect or even kneeling card doesnt it1 pick it up and examine it Some of the Ncthem T8Z33 Mezico California king on a car roof would havo his brains Yes of course crow ridiculed the idea but he pushed How do you spell that dashed out against the hard stone or andthe West Well thats tho way I dine I havo off fpr it and took it in Upon examina Â¬ Why Peking of course It Is often brick whilo the train swept from under a meal ticket Merchant Traveler tion it was found to contain n note utat address or RateeMaBB ing that if tho finder would forward it Epelled Pekin in the United States but him Tlie gallows like structures you Sclt Goal and Anthracite tfRANK W WOOLfcY A Writer to Providence to an address that was nowhere else In olden times China refer to are placed at a sufficient disÂ¬ Trav Pass ARt Lexington Ky Nut and Lump Goal What aro you doing now Gus said given stating when it was picked up ho had two capitals Nanking and Peking tance from a bridge to give the brake ono young man about town to another BARRETT should receive a nice watch chain Mr Ing is tho Chinese word denoting capi Â¬ man timo to Ho fiat on his car roof and Oh I write for a living Now open at Myers old lumber yard Trav Pvas8 Agf Chattanooga Tenn Tallnian was a little incredulous hut tal To distinguish between tho two thus avoid the danger Tho ropo ends On the daily press thought ho would try it and so tho note PJace u northern capital was called strike hint lightly on the head or shoul Â¬ next to Second Prt fcuyterian church ders as tho train passes under them thus Quickest delivery f u - town Lowell J ft GAtiTf No I write to father about twice n was sentas diroctml Ik Bdwakds On Saturdav even- - NaKK ana the southern ono Peking Gen Pass Aftt v-giving him a gcntlo reminder of tho prices Tryuc MsrsbAat ing ho was Iiigldy pleased to rccelve the So tho correct word is Peking raaiittaBoe Chi month - OCK8ATI O cago Times 17-bridge ahead New Yorfcllerald 0 TOLLS fcCS iraveier thaln Providence Journal -- THE 10 CO MMANDf1 ENTS GENTRY Â¬ Â¬ Sr T Globe-Democr- at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YANT STRATTON Business College Â¬ afSi1SB2aLOlJISVILLEKY A D RUFF U MB WHTtraKEIMILtl 8 Hours the Quickest i SETTING REIFAIRISfG Â¬ THE SHOUT LINE T WELLS 8F oraS OinIMr 2 f- r aaia wj fiS - - ag7affF B50 - - - 3taWE rfrtJsiE saflsj t vV t vf r -- PP L v J - SgTSr-inrarfmr mwmi K - -- i J- - - iv K - - V THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY NOV 27 1SS9 French Tipton has been selected a mem- fberof the Filson Club a historical club of Lous ie I en Poosejr Ridge sjncr f cuu On Tuesday December 3rd Commis- cU Ih Wsrrfn land -- - Cnductor McCarthy who fell from tram one day last week is recovering from his numerous brakes vj A funeral car the latest and most V a J lUCIt recc vcJ by Collin I lagan avf A XT tsvwa Mrs Ed II Ci Ballard of thk county 2M jn lilt lift v wnvfb Mss Adiins of Bath county vras bit tv a mad dog this weefc and went to Ma- - sn county to afply a mad slone r Cr it CTOUICI News Mr A i H ir Czvti rht awavMi- II at lus Lalor wants to see you place opposite Bonanza He said for you to come - Te ic rr sat iJa Journal of Commerce D Parrish of Rich-r- Ky will erect a ij barrel flour com mill at Pinevittc Baltimore Mr S L Hamilton en Mam street Ar rand the same C D Tattie for a J Mrs in Versailles is building a rcsi-t--- next to corner of has been rented to term of years suicide at his last Wednesday on ant of the poor outlook in business zri --s He was interested in a saw mill n tiS countr Ci lie Wasson committed -- Sportsmen will find something of inter Fitzpatricks They have a e ct Breck ar II j elegant front sik ofand invite anthracite and ppen them you to caH and see cs reading what they say in another mond is trying hard to keep up Winchester and last Vreek beld a ig for the purpose of organizing Street Railway company Commit tees were appointed to investigate the etc and if the scheme appears Samples of Pension Frauds the road will probably be built The editor of the Portland Oregoiian nchestcr Sun the leading Republican paper of Oregon A lic annual meeting of the Court of who was a brigade commander in the Ci-n-of Henderson county a proposi Â¬ war declares in the columns of his jour3 buy all the turnpikes in the coun nal that he knows of his own knowledge ti There are thirty five that since the passage of the Arrears of was submitted rr cs of good gravel road beds all in Pension Act about every shirk and utter- Â¬ g J conJition Three different corpora- - ly worthless yeteran of his brigade has -own these roads and the price is been a successful applicant for a pension izzl m the aggregate at f 100000 The In one case a wagoner who lost his leg cr -- 1 tlcdintd to entertain the proposi by tumbling off his team while helplessly t - preferring to let the people take the drunk got a pension on the plea that he r - er m hand at the poles The oues had lost it in action with the enemy In t n w i be submitted to the popular vote another case a man swore to having re ceived injuries in a battle in which he was Bis Trice for Turkeys not present and described his regiment as Mrs R P Fox has sold to Sam Quk supporting a battery when it was in a ry of Clark county 100 bronze c thick wood distant half a mile from any t- - -- rvo for 100 She has 35 left This artillery In several instances within the j t best turkey record of which we editors knowledge men who escaped from Lar heard service by shooting off their fingers have Exchanged Houses received arrears of pensions as if for hon- Â¬ Homer G Baxter and John McKenna orable wounds rzvc swapped residences McKenna giv 500 And Twelve Months iS taxter 1400 to boot Tliey trans-L-re- d The case of the State against J O both real and personal property Embry charged with stabbing with intent ycrday so tliat Baxter now lives down to kill J E Gaitskill by change of venue IT the mill and McKenna up by the from Clark county occupied several days ccrrcerv of Judge Mortons court at Lexington last week The jury returned a ver- Â¬ Killed the Fatted Calf A private tetter from Mrs H Walls dict on Friday finding the defendant frrnxrly Mis Nannie Lalor says that guilty and fixing his punishment at 500 t zi arrived at Sweet Springs Mo in fine and imprisonment in the county jail year sj le and were met by a band of for onedefendant was represented by Con Â¬ The rr - c and numerous friends A recep-L-- t was given them and they were made gressman W C P Breckinridge Judge George Denny HonJames II Mulligan t3 feel much at home Ex Senator Rodney Haggard and Judge Li Tliankssirias Dinner at the Glyndon W M Beckner The State was repre-Â¬ TZc proprietors of Hotel Glyndon sented by Mr CJ Bronston and County Msrs Willis Adair will set the most Attorney John RAllen Scent dinner to morrow ever seen ir The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat in Ruimond and have given their artist says that Mr Embry was forced into trial car ilatilc to do his best and that without being ready rz2r a great deal If you feel inclined There were seventy five witnesses for to partake of an elaborate dinner drop in the State Mr Embry was unfortunate in having a ic Glyndon his case to follow so soon after the Good- In Colored Circles loe Swope tragedy as the juries will for Tm Miller and Bettie Turner were a time be unusually severe rraTi J at the residence of Douglas Embry was sent to jail where he will be M tl in this place on Thursday compelled to remain at least until the November 21st Rev Crowdus 1SS9 Court of Appeals passes upon the case p formed the ceremony Reception at Along the Way f grooms mothers on Friday evening In New York we saw Mr Eugene Thomas Turner and Elizabeth L Ben r t will be married at the A M E Walker son of Owen Walker deceased chjrch on Thursday morning at 10 He looked unusually well and is practicing law having an office on Nassau strccti oclock by Rev Crowdus All colored He boards at Murray Hill Hotel a veritShipped able palace with the finest office on the W C French has shipped to KauDinan western continent Mr Walker has a Cincinnati a harness horse trotter he carried with him from Rich C D Cbenaultto Virginia a stallion mondand is greatly admired as he drives S R Turner to W C Neff Yellow through the spacious parks Springs O two heifers and a bull In Philadelphia we saw Dr David C J K Wagers to Cincinnati car hogs Lyman son of the late Dr A B Lyman Joan Hisle to Cincinnati car cattle of this place He owns a prominent S J Purcell car cattle and hogs to corner lot at Germantown avenue and Cincinnati Sixth street and has a nice drug store W Bales to Baltimore 26 cars cattle andagood business He has a handsome and 1 1 to Newport News wife and two children and seems prosper- Â¬ ous in every way He too has a Ken- Â¬ Postmasters Appointed Mrs Eliza Roberts Altaniont Laurel tucky horse In Baltimore we found that Rev county vice C Crooke removed Mar Â¬ Marshall formerly pastor of the Chris- Â¬ garet Ray Cottonsburg Madison county tian church in Richmond is preaching to vce W T Cotton resigned J W Par a large congregation having been station- Â¬ sons Drip Rock Jackson county vice F ed there for some time He is the father-in-laR Davidson resigned C E Oliver High of Mayor J S Collins Bridge Jessamine county rice James M In Washington we found Congressman Dorman removed J Boerring Mount J B McCreary snugly located at the Vernon Rockcastle county yice Mrs Shoreham a new hotel erected and owned Marv E Brown removed Samuel E by Vice President Morton Mrs Mc- Â¬ Welsh Pond Fork Jackson county vice Creary had not arrived but was expected C D Powell resigned Mrs Sarah Gen- Â¬ The Operatic Concert a Success try Rulo Rockcastle county vice T J Cress The Bredelli grand operatic concert at the Court house Friday evening was Winchester Conrt favored with a large audience Mdlle J A Ramsey auctioneer reports 500 Bredelli presided at the piano in her usual catUe on the market nearly all fairito graceful style The piano solos of Miss good grades The following public sales Jessie Williams were brilliant renditions were made 37 jgod feeders 1105 lbs vocifrously Mr F H applauded at 3 9 9S0 lbs 31 fair feeders Adairs vocal solo The Ship on Fire at 302j feeders 1200 confirmed the public belief that he is a 50 good lbs at n ts good feeders 37 singer of rare power Miss Jessica Camp- Â¬ lbs 1150 at bell charmed the audience with her match Â¬ feeders 1 32 3ji lbs at fi Si less singing She is likewise an actress common steers at fjoS 750 lbs vocalist Mr Ducr aston- well with hU splendid voice Vr hogs were aU35 backed by a princely physique Mrs T S 3 50 A much better feenns prevailed Miss Dora Hacker exhib Â¬ among cattle men and all offerings sold at Moberleyand ited careful training of their rich sweet prices ranging from J to J cent higher Messrs A D Flora T E Ar- Â¬ than last Court A strong demand for voices nold E II Palmer E E Mitchell T S good feeders with inadequate supply Moberley and Sanford Logan acquitted Cattle For Liverpool themselves nobly in the double quartette Mr J W Bales shipped twenty can and four part songs Miss Jennie Mc Â¬ ofcaiUr yesterday u for Newport News Dowell made an excellent grandmother anj t for Baltimore They are for Leh in the operetta of The Coronation nan Bros Baltimore and will be ship Miss Delia Ramsey as Little Peter and ped direct to Liierpooi England for the Miss Mary Pattie as Jennie acted their Christmas From Mr Wm parts well Misses Annie Frazee Maria market Arnold Oj of the cattle were purchased willie Smith Marie Harber Sudie Russell and from Messrs Parrwh Douglas 92 Lula Bronston Lucy Crow Julia Hig Helen Bennett xty of Mr Arnold heaviest averaged gins Mattie McDowell 70 pounds with five pounds orcr to the and Rella Harber mingled their voices totParrish Den las 91 averaged effectively with the chorus of poeasnts Financially the entertainment was also 177 pounds and 40 of the heaviest four years old known as the Hume cattle successful clearing probably 125 ade the weighty average of 1887 Mdlle Bredelli assisted by her pupils pounds contemplates giving two sacred concerts The The price paid was M cents all the I during the Christmas Holidays wv round or about for the ridrH concerts will be given under the auspices men of the various churches and the entire Last week Mr Sales shipped 15 cars proceed devoted to the poor of Rich Â¬ for he same firm mond Another Man Flemingsburg to the Louisvile Post of the 19th inst says Mrs Mary Waller of Elizavillc miles 5 west of here yesterday had removed an ovarian tumor weighing over 60 pounds and the chances this morning for her entire recovery are very flattering The operation was performed by Dr Lucicn McDowell grandson of Ephraim McDow- Â¬ ell known wherever surgery Is practiced as the father of ovariotomy This is an error Dr Ephraim McDowell has no granason in the medical profession The operation above mentioned was performed by Dr L S McMurtry of Uiis city Danville Advocate An Inventor Dyinj C M Keiscrthe inventor of the hemp hook is dangerously ill at his home in Fayette county He is in his S4U1 year While overseer on the farm of the Rev Robert J Breckinridge Mr Keiser conceived the idea of cutting instead of pulling hemp He employed a blacksmith and gave him an outline of the hook With the first trial it was a success and soon every laborer on the farm was using a hook and the hemp was off the field before the neighbors were aware of what was transpiring A revolution was there- Â¬ by worked in the production of hemp and that hardest of all work pulling hemp was forever put to rest State Eqnal KiIils Association This association was held in Lexington last week continuing through several days Numerous papers on various sub jects were read and discussed The asso ciation is gaining strength Officers were elected Miss Laura Clay President Mrs Mary B Clay First Vice President Hon W R Ramsey Second Vice Pres ident Mrs M II John wn Third Vice President Mrs E B Farmer Corres- Â¬ ponding Secretary Miss Annie Dean Recording Secretary Mrs Q Shepard Treasurer The following delegates to the National American Convention which convenes at Washington D C in February 1S90 were elected Mr II C Farmer Mrs E B Farmer Coving- Â¬ ton Mrs Mary B Clay Richmond Mrs Annie M Dean Lexington Mrs Sarah Randall Boring London Mrs lames Bennett Richmond A special from Â¬ Â¬ -- zA s Â¬ - -- fe Appointed The Navassa Rioters on Trial The President has appointed Mr Thos On Tuesday of last week the cases of McDowell to fill the office of Collector of the United States against eighteen of the Internal Revenue made vacant by the miners who murdered five of the Phosdeath 01CoI William Cassius GoodloeMr phate Companys officers Mahone FosMcDowell is a of the deceased ter Fales Shea and Marshon the and although only about twenty three Island of Navassa West Indies Septem years old is said to be a good man for ber 14th were called in the district court the place He is the son of Major Henry at Baltimore Judges Bond and Morris C McDowell the owner of Ashland His presiding After nineteen challenges by mother is a daughter of Lieutenant Col the defense and five by the prosecution a Henry Clay who was killed at Buena jury was secured Vista he a son of the distinguished District Attorney Hayes consumed two Henry Clay hours in his statement of the case He There were several gentlemen who said that the murders were committed wanted the place and they made so that about seventy of the miners could the point with the President that escape to Hayti and thereby avoid fur the interests of the Republican ther work on the island and the payment party would be injured should Mrs of indebtedness to the company That Goodloe be appointed as none of Col the ring leaders and their accessories Swopes friends would ever receive recogwere of recent importation to the island nition in the district The President and finding that there was more work however said that the trouble between than fun and having made more purchases the men had been washed away by their at the commissaries than their wages Clood and was therefore at an end would pay they became dissatisfied There were others not applicants who Attorney Hayes further says that there objected to any lady being appointed to was no trouble or complaint whatever up an office with such important and complito the time that Superintendent Geo W cated duties Tipton died on September 4th That the The post office at Lexington was sug prisoners and their comrades united in gested to the Picsidcnt by the friends 7 oiJlcir Words of ctecm for the deceased judge I nomas who was an applicant forT I pcrinieiuent The attorney also said i r mc umtc 01 collector anu tne point made that the punishment inflicted upon several i mm Miescqucni administrations even offenders by Acting Superintendent Democratic ones would not deprive her Smith between September 4th and the of the office day of the riot September 14th was the Charley Blytho to Hang same that was in use in the United States The cafe of the Stale of Ohio against Navy and the Navy of Great Britain Dr C D Smith the Acting SuperinCharley Blylhe late of this place for the vas the first murder of Col Jones in Cincinnati last tendent above mentioned summer was called in the Common witness and occupied the stand four hours Pleas Court Cincinnati last Wednesday He detailed the horrors of the not in a most dramatic way and held the crowded Judge Kuhmler presiding The State was represented by attorney house in breathless silence- - He is an Schwartz and assistant attorney Little educated and accomplished gentleman field Blythc was defended by Mr Robt and gave both an intellectual and minute description of the tragedy the days of C Pugh The indictment charged the defendant anxiety and suspense and his escape with the commission of murder for the with the remaining officers to the Brilieh Forward The Doctor testi- Â¬ purpose of robbery fied that a large number of the mirers An intelligent jury was secured from were friendly to him and the other officers Hamilton county outside of the city Testimony was heard as to circum- Â¬ or all of them would haverbcen murdered stances and confession Bljthe was then They were not expecting any trouble and put on the witness stand and made a had allowed their iuns and pistols to statement of the tragedy He said that become rusty and otherwise unfit for he was in the stable when Col Joms immediate use and their cartridges chuck- Â¬ came in and cursed him for not havirg ed away in places rather promiscuously Even after the riot was begun he did not pulled the weeds out of the garden order ing him to go at once to that work and think it was going to assume the propor- Â¬ striking him on the shoulder with a stick tions that it did Mining boss C W Roby occupied the as he went out the door That he turned suddenly seized a club and struck Col stand for a long time and corroborated Jones on the head knocking him senseless Dr Smith in all his statements Mr He to the floor He took the watch to pro Roby was the first one attackej vide money for escape and pawned it was struck from the rear at the mines and When taken to headquar- Â¬ But after he discovered the man hole left for dead into the sewer and succeeded without ters Dr Smith sewed up the scalp wounds detection in hiding the body he decided with thirtj two stitches and by the way it was a remarkably fine ptece of surgery not lo leave the city but went next mornA number of other witnesses have ing and payed his rent The case was argued on Thursday and been examined most of them colored the instructions were most liberal to the corroborating Dr Smith The trial continues and will occupy yet several days accused Charley maintained a uniformily quiet but interested expression throughout the trial his countenance never changing in the slightest The remark of attorney Littlcfield that so cool so calculating so remorseless a villain he never saw The Tates Creek tunnel was completed had no perceptible effect on the prisoner nor did the remarks of his lawyer last week Mr Pugh when he said gentlemen the The towers of the Kentucky River bridge best we can expect at your hands is im- Â¬ on the Jessamine side are complete and prisonment in the penitentiary for a long those on the Madison side are above high term of 3 ears perhaps for life water mark Mr Pughs speech was an able one There remains but a little masonry at Judge Kuhmler remarked to the editor of the Kentucky river bridge a little at The Climax that it was as powerful a Marble Creek and some dressing up to defense as he had ever heard Mr be done to complete the road bed as far Pugh said to us that he had no hope as Goggins lane Nicholasvillc Journal The jury was out an hour or two and Engineer Pearson has condemned all returned a verdict of guilty in the first false work over creeks between here and degree Frank Bufbrd colored formerly of the river The engine is too heavy and Richmond said when the case went to the risk too great This will delay work the jury that Charley had lived at his but it is the best in the end Nicholasville Dumocrat house and he knew all about the case and that he feared the worst A corps of engineers engaged by the Commercial Club of Mt Sterling began Col Goodloos Will The last will and testament of Col surveying a line here yesterday morning Wm Cassius Goodloe attested by Judge and headed for Clay City The work will be prosecuted and J R Morton and Thos McDowell has lines between this citywithout delay Fields and Indian been admitted to probate It is as follows Believing in the uncertainty of life and and between this city and North Middle the certainty of death and feeling that town will also be run as soon as possible justice to those I most love and cherish The object is to ascertain the probable imperatively requires that I should do cost of building railroads on these lines all things best calculated in my judg- Â¬ Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Son-in-LaÂ¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ man-of-war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ooodloes PERSONAL Mr R C H Covington is in the cities purchasing goods Mr C II Pigg of the grocery firm of C II Pigg is in Cincinnati purchasing Christmas goods M II Mr E T Burnam entertained a num ber of ladies and gentlemen with an elab orate supper at the Glyndon Friday night Col R E Edmonson has resigned the management of the Lexington Chautau qua This is unfortunate for the Chau- Â¬ tauqua Mrs Eugenia Hume and daughter Mrs Ed S Hume of Madison county were the guests of Mr and Mrs D P Rowland the first of the week Danville tle Methodist Preachers yesterday by a complaint made by Rev Dr Roche of Brooklyn that Methodism is declining in New York City and Brooklyn He said that every church in New York from St Johns to One Hundred and Eighteenti street now looks for maintenance to the Try as we may he church societies saidand use every endeavor it is impossi ble to get a congregation This state of aflairs is not the fault of the ministers engaged in the work for I have filled my pulpit with the most able preachers and the body of the church had not been half filled There is no use trying employ every device you can not secure a con- Â¬ gregation meeting of Association Dlnelli bat an abuntluuce of fresh oysters for his restaurant or your table 15- - 27o Honey Hoquirad of Responsible Parties to Ccsnesco Trsctct 17 Powell represents Ten nt the largest Fire Insurance Companies and writes Consultation and Examination Free and Strictly Confidential in the Private Parfcr of Mills Stores Dwelling Stables aud HOTEL GLYNDON one day only The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is the eaty Mvdfcat Live Stock at Lowest Rates 7 32 Institute in the State Incorporated with a Capital of 5jooooaoo gJSjp BROWtlS IRON BITTERS Cures Indigestion Biliousness TlyipepsU Mala rift Nerrousoess awl General Debfcy Pbrsl ctere recommend it Alhlcaters sell H Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines onwrapper Cliarlla Jacob mercliaut tailor Of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pa the Celebrated Exaaafamg PkyifdM Overcoats at S30 worth 40 Imported of Tub France Medical and Surgical Institute Cohinunw OMa by and domestic cloth iu btock Call and of many friends and patients has decided to visit we him 17 28 J R LARZELERE M D Ht RICHMOND TUESDAY DEC I889 f a 0 35 Advocate Miss Mary Rowland is visiting her old home Richmoml and is the guest of her friend Miss Fife Both of these joung ladies are much admired in Lexington Lexington Transcript Miss Currie Duke the talented voung violinist is still in Berlin prosecuting her musical studieo She wears short hair and looks a veritable German student Lexington Transcript Miss Dollic Iligbces story In GoJV Country has created much favorable discussion in Gotham it is said Lexington Tramcript Miss Higbec once taught school near Richmond aud boarded at Mr George P Deathcrages Â¬ The reception hell by Mrs May Vilej Jones on Wednesday night in honor of her guest Miss Suie Cromwell of Lex- Â¬ ington was a most charming affair Mrs Jones was assisted by Misses Corinne and Lucilc Blackburn Miss Pearl Voorhccs Miss May Tarr of West Virginia and Miss Kate Payne of Georgetown The parlors were fillxl from 6 to 9 oclock with a fashionable gathering from Lexington Midway and Versailles The number of beautiful women and handsome costumes that graced the occa- Â¬ sion was especially notable Versailles Â¬ The corner stone of the new house of worship of the First Reform church of Brooklyn wis laid at the corner of Sev- Â¬ enth avenue and Carroll street this after- Â¬ noon The church is the oldest in Brook- Â¬ lyn having been organized in 1CC0 whrn the Rev Henry Sjlyns was sent out from Amsterdam Holland as its first pastor Services were then held in a barn The church has had a number ofplaces of worship the first having been on the road which is now Fulton street between Lawrence and Bridge streets Its third and fourth meeting liou e were Imilt on street in the rear of the JoraleiHou city hall on the site sold two or three 1 cars ago to Mr Willowghby for ooooo The new church will be 100 by l7H fect with a stone tower and ttpire 212 feet high The interior will give a cathedral tffect with the t eaU liowcver arranged in ainphilhaatrical form and will accommodate thirteen hmiJred persons The building was designed by G L Morse and the bt le is a modern ren Â¬ dering of the thirteenth century Gothic New York Post 12th Â¬ I Jero cruber House the Palace Dry Goods 16-Luilltw cull at the Palace before buy ing your Fall Dry Goods and tave monpy 15- - Charlie Jncob- - merchant tullnr Tin J 20 N Second Street Suits 525 to 16 17 2S For Sale Orinding Ontlit I have a first clans combined mill and powercan use two or four horses that I will sell at a reduced price aUo a first claws power Belle City feed cutler Caa grind corn an Very 23- I XfcK ur isMMlmaaSftlPiag V VVn 4farftrifaiwMti Ml lllwssKsQif fc yhSSSBBSBS vj ucful to farmers cut oats at same tune Call on iS5SSs0 W AVM TxViiViMiWOWME T S MonRRLEY Ifynu waul 5- In buy u Milk surrey hujjgy or curringt cull on DoueNon fur he has the lntest best and cheapest - iiSifVii4ll tyyiilii iefMlaVCfhSVgtSasfEsK CclEiisBlslsHsffiRieWBS I- - 1aucy PI iid- - at Crouke IWnnutt Uniistoiid atpiiot a that will make them sell Beefsteak with mushrooms cotlee nt Dhiellis 2X--2- 6 and hot 15- - Sun As Miss Lindner the subject of the subjoined paragraph from the Lexington Press once visited Mrs A T Million Mrs Lucile Lindner Whitte this place morc of Detroit the former vocal favor- Â¬ ite of this city won fresh laurels for her- Â¬ self Sunday night when she sang to a large assembly at the First Baptist church Her principal selection was Abide With Me the composition of her whilom in- Â¬ structor Prof De Roode who accom Â¬ panied her on the organ She also took a solo part in the beautiful anthem O Be Joyful and a duet with Mr Homscy with the whole choir in the chorus THIN COLUMN Mr Pigg complains of feeling better The statement that Miss Caldwell is to marry a son of Marshal Murat is a little off as the Marshal was killed in 1S15 Stanley the explorer sends a message saying he is safe at Mpwapwa It occurs to us that he is yet a long way from Fox town Thomas Jefferson was arraigned in a New York Police Court one day last week on a charge of larceny and John Morgan for assault The speech of Cardinal Gibbons before the Catholic Comres at Baltimore j es tcrday was a prose poem It was full of the gentle but courageous tlie lovable and heroic personality of the man wlio uttered it It was the result of profound religious conviction mingled with patri otic fidelity The immense audience list ened uith willing ears rapt attention and open hearts In a wordit was all that the magnificent occasion called for May we be permitted to say however that the speech of our eloquent friend Mr Dougherty was hardly attuned to the concert pitch of the Cardinal He car Â¬ ried his audience back to tlie persecutions of coonial days and drew a sombre pict- Â¬ ure of the hardships to which Catholics were subjected It is all true but alas there was no class of people m this conn try at that time which had not suffered at least equally The colonists were all men with the brand on their brows These shores represented one prolonged cry of distress Every grave was practically the grave of a martyr for conscience sake But those days arc happily gone let us not recall them Brotherhood has supplanted sectarian hatreds and through- Â¬ out the length and breadth of the land every one is free to worship as lie wills Catholics and Presbyterians live in amity and the old denunciations are heard no more We give our greeting to that congress with the belief that its discus- Â¬ sions will wider the scope of the churchs influence and increase the loyalty of its constituents to itself and to the country New York Herald Â¬ Â¬ The Palace will not be undersold 15 OF JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA OF THK PA John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ mond Ky carries im- Â¬ mense stocks of Salt Lime Cement and Hair the best Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and the best line of Groceries in the market 41- FRAXCB iVTEDJCAi AJVD SURGICAZ INSTITUTE 33 s Noct sortli tf Slate 40 SarSL MintoCL iKtfyralst i88i Causal imjtik 5tse THE CELEBRATED EXAMIXIXQ PHYSICIAN - Db FKAXCeof New York the well known ami successful Specialist in Chronic Dteeaaea awl Diseases of the Eye and Ear on acconnt of hts large practice In Uhiahaa established the T213CZ U23X IL TCTIT2 where ail forms of Rrfc Htrrcu irl Prints SisnsKTfii to suttttfc2trattl us Xt CrctlS pisdples He is ably assisted by a full corps of eminent Physician and Snrgee CAJTCER panttvelyeurett without pain or we of the knife by anew and nerer jaUima method IZIPORTJLST TO XmAOIJSS Dr Franc b after years of experience has UiwereU the rreatest care known for all diseases peculiar to the eex Female diseases positively nred by the new and never failing remedy Oiivo liossom The cure is effected br home treat Â¬ ment Entirely harmless and easily applied CCS7LTlTi2K TZZZ S2 2Z21ZZL7 CSgnZXSFTUL CUXtEfQ OP PTXES GTrAHAIfTEZD WBl gv second stage af seminal weakness We will gmaraatoe a nsHiek 1000 br any eue t taiiore ma j remind mt retpefid cure la aU sues cases and a hcalanj rtstoiausa as ato gentta ble ptrtie nrtnar j organs YOU2TQ MET Wbo ttATt beeoo Tlcttm of mHutt vice PRIVATE SISZASBS Bfeo Patses Tnereal Tata fcaMt wMefe taaoar iwevpa to 1 dMtraetlT this drtfeiftl mlisfcsaa Lous af Senal Pvw an matimeiy grr tboouadj f j aitf mem 9taltmi Ulft ud Gbct Stricture Seminal 1 Want Desire iw Mass Teakass af Sexual Ortmas ar Female af feriUUal tauBeet may caH wtUk mftftdtoec whether from Imprudent fraatoeyeneeiaal hakes f sta D2 TRAIT CI After jeara af experience fcaa 4itcorrel ture years ar aay case that debstttatea she tana fuulias tit grratatt ear taowa for wiakneii la tite back aa4 niafea la fpciuy and permanently cured CaaauMattoa fre and sari s Crooke Iteniielt Urmstwi will sell the remainder of their Stock of Cloaks 23 20 at cost Urmstnu Call ou Unxike Boimett a onee for Dre n Gmxlt and Novelty Patterns at greatly reduced prices 23 20 for fresh oysters stewed Dhiellis restaurant is heuiliiuarters 15-Try them Oybters hi every ttyle raw fried broiled baked fccnllnped discharge lmpateny general dtMUt aerravDeM laaraorcaaffcaiott mt Idtaa aahMtattoo mt taa heart timMttj trambUag dims af light ar gfdAia 4Me f thm bead throat now a ikla a cetloaa mt tha lirer laaga etaraaek ar titmrjiiemmt baweU tboaa terriM diaordere arblagEromtha yaath aad iem practice NlbUog their swet radUat nape Tata aoa ar anticipations roadrrlag narrUga impoaaiM candid thought belbra It la to lata A week or moota may place year caae 7Dd the reach af hope Mr method mt treat Â¬ ment will vpeedUr and permanently caro th most absUaata caa and abeolately restor perfect mi a hood TO MIDDIsB AOUT JtBK Taera art many from tfia age of 90 to CO who ar treaaied aiih freqaeat CTaenatioa af tsa bladder eftea aoeompaaled fry a slight naming ar smarting sen Â¬ sation weakening tb system la a maaaer ta patient cannot aceaant for Oa examination af th arlaary depaslu a ropy sediment wHI b found and sometimes small parades af albuÂ¬ men wW appear or the color wl be a thin mv mfiklsa ha again changing to a dark ar torpid appearance Theru ara many mea which la a wha die af this diacalty Ignorant af the cans Twtuatary Abaosuw eurea guaranteed confident risks CWrespoadearn promptly answered and nwdleaaea trim eeserrattea to iA part af the United States la snort seat frt DISEASES OF WOUBX TT a9 tpeefat depart meat thoroughly organised and deuotod sailnssfsly to nV treatment af diseases af womea Eeerr caa sourulstag war spectattst whether by letter at to person Is given tho meotoa Imports nt cae and w Nl aad eansMerato awentioa few which bar not bagel the skfll af all aha home phTiUi ham tho benoaH af n fall eouaeil af shlUod sp iUtoM In weiaaont of diseases peculiar to female oar saeeeas has been Baarfced aoer two thirds af aur paltcato beiu ladiea ohf young saafttwd single rich and poor Our method to euoirisy free from ehpee tlouaato fesiurea af tho general praetMoner namely Leva Wo wMcn Snd K neeeosary we prepare wa treatment die- - censtHatieaal and local aa the case demand aad lastnet ladies haw to treat ihemaeif EPTX3TPSY OS TITS FoaMrcsr coal by a new aad norer fading method ou the half shell and every other way at 15- Dlnellis Insure your property in one off S 7 32 Powells Ten Companies LIOU0R llAMT In aA One Care Dr Haines Golden Specific It can be given In a cup of tea or coffee wlthontthe knowledge of the person taking II effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck Thousands of drunkards have been cared who have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowl rdge and to day think they quit drinking of their own freewill No harmful effect re- Â¬ sults from Its administration Cnres guaran teed Send for circular and ftill particulars Address In confidence Golden Specific Co IT IS 1S6 Kate St Clncl nat I O DRUNKENNESS FREE EXAMINATION OF THE URINE -- Each person apply tnpr for medical treat men t should send or brinp from 2 to 4 ounces of urine that passed first in the noraing pralatTpii which will receive a carefur chemical andmicroscopieal examination Persons ruined in health by unlearned pretenders who keep trial bet with then laosta aAec month giving poisonous and injurious compounds should apply lmmetnatHy in WnUnCDClII PIIDCC Perfected No old cases which have been neglected or Bastiffty experiments or fail ares Parties treated by mall IfUllUCnrUL UUnLO treated and express but where possible personal consultation is preferred Curable cases guaranteed Cases and correspondence JF 130 questions free Addressconfidential Treatment sent CO Dtoanvpartof CS with postage DB FRANCE Ea 38 C27 3t RLTZSwi X List of the World there is but STOP AND REE Not so much dust on the streets now as there was last August After all it was probably better not to have a street sprinkler as it would now lapse into dis- Â¬ It is reported thnt John Jacob Aslor thecontroleruf 150000000 aud Mrs R It Bowler of Cincinnati are engaged to be married At the time of Mr Bowlers death he was a large owner Eg- 10 a THK lirooD use of securities of the Kentucky Central BiliousnessireakacsH Malaria Indigestion and take BROWNS IltOX BITTEnS Mr Astor met Mrs Bowler The Broadway street car company Bailroad nr sale by all dealers in It cures quickly New York has offered the city 150000 hi New York while she Avas visiting medicine Jet the gci iinc a year to allow cable cars on Broadway Mrs M E Iugalls neo Williams of The Palace carries the largest assort Cable cars on Main street in Richmond Cincinnati lie is CO years old ment of handsome drefcs goods in town Â¬ 11 ai Â¬ can be had for less money our council is not so grasping NOTICE 15- - Â¬ Â¬ w ment to promote their happiness and secure them so far as I am able from want or the dependence on charitable friends for support now be it known by all whom it may concern that I Wil- Â¬ liam Cassius Goodloe of the city of Lexington and State of Kentucky being of lawful age and sound mind and in the enjoyment of health and all my faculties do freely make this my last will and testament First I desire the payment of all my lawful debts according to expressed agreement and without regard to using law Second The payment of all my funer- Â¬ al expenses Third I will and bequeath to my wife Mary E Goodloe all my property of whatever description real and personal that I may possess at the time of my death All of said property is to be wholly and entirely hers to do with while living as she pleases and to devise by will to whomsoever she chooses at her death There must be no misunderstanding about this all property of whatever description must be owned held and en joyed by my wife Mary Elizabeth GoodÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Covington Commonwealth says is known that at least for two months it has been the intention of the Kentucky Central Railroad Company to erect their new shops in this city because the order for the machinery for the shop was given that long ago and it was ordered to be delivered in this city This shows that while council was bickering over the proposition regarding the water supply- the company had already decided the location The shops will be pushed rapidly as soon as the weather permits The plans call for very elegant buildings It The projectors of the Richmond Nich- Â¬ olasville Irvine and Beattyville railroad are in better spirits just now than ever before since the inception of the scheme and there is nothing but the brightest future ahead - entire- line loe - rlJwnfrLiiHede7erybody In thus making provisions for my wife 6urest provision pos- Â¬ sible for my darling children having full faith and confidence that her motherly instincts and natural affection will dur- Â¬ ing her life insure the gratification of their every want and rational pleasure I am content to believe that at her death she will make such an equal distribution among them of her entire effects as would meet with my assent were I living Fourth I hereby appoint and empower my wife Mary Elizabeth Goodloe as my sole executor to carry out the provisions of this will and ask that no security be required of her as none is necessary This will is written on two pages of legal cap paper all in my own hanj writing Done in the city of Lexington on Tuesday November 20 1874 and may God have mercy on my soul and guard protect and bless those I leave behind me I thereby make the Wm M Cassius Goodloe C E It A Â¬ The members of the Madison County Equal Rights Association will meet in the Good Templars Hall over Covington Mitchells Clothing Store Tuesday De Â¬ cember 2 at 3 oclock It is important that all newly enrolled members should be present By order of the President Ev Â¬ erybody invited Mrs W F Francis RecSecy Why God Made Mosqnitoes - Little Charlie I know why God made mosquitoes His Mate Why L C Because the devil dared him to New York Sun no The worst feature about catarrh s its dangerous tendency to consumption Hoods Karettparilla cures catarrh by purifying the blood It Work has begun over the from Nicholasville to Lee county and several thousand men are making things hum The people along the line satisfied that they are to have a first class Toad have gone in to help the builders and everything possible is being done to expedite the construction The residents declare they want to get into Louisville and encouraged by the ad- Â¬ vancement of the people along the route of the Louisville Southern and the Lex- Â¬ ington extension they have asked Col Voung Mr Cornwall Judge Richards snd the other gentlemen interested to push matters as much as possible Double forces are being put at all places where the heavier work is to be done and the men are being so distributed that the Fine California fruits grapes apples The quadrennial conference of the whole road will be completed at once Methodist church 15- and candies at Dinnellis mission at Richmond several months before the contracted date Va decided against the admission ot Advlce to Mothen Mrs WnrsLoWs Soothuio 6rnupihonldalwayi Courier Journal 21st women to the pulpit be used when children are catting teeth It re licres the little afferent oce It prodaceanataral KIRKSV1LLB Rev Preston Blake has re entered the quiet leep and the little dierubavakeiu bright as a button ft is very pleasant to taste It Southern BaptistTheologicaI Seminary at soothes the chiUeoftera theertms allays all pain Col Tribble and John Wllmore are tcgutaics the bowels and is the best fajtnrn remedy Louisville for a special course For the smiling as if something were going to for dianhcea whether arising from teething or present he will continue to preach for his other cause Twenty JItb cents a bottle happen churches in Madison 65 son of Jack Hendren A Thanksgiving services will be held at The Palace down on First street fell from a house top near Paint Lick and the Baptist Church at keeps choice dry goods Ladies in Â¬ it oclock was killed Sermon by the elequent Elder Geo vited 15- F M Lutes has got his new store in Darsie of the Christian Church Frank- Â¬ Fire Tornado and Accident Insur Â¬ running order and is offering a ticket with fort All invited ance written by Powell 7 32 every salr good for a chance at a hand- Â¬ Rev T D Witt Talmage and his party Quail on toast at Dlnellis Call tnd some 7 tea set are in Athens Greece Thursday Rev try them 15- Mr Talmage addressed a large congrega- Â¬ RED HOUSE Fall Jlillinery tion on Mars Hill where St Paul preach Mrs Lee Maupin has a fine assort- Â¬ You may not have heard it but our ed to the Athenians From the hill Mr Talmage has secured a corner stone for ment of hats bonnets ribbons llowers steel wire suspension bridge is down aud other millinery goods selected In his new church in Brooklyn N Y Mr M Shearer has opened a first class person by her in Cincinnati Hats will of John II Shoenbcrger The general store and keeps the post office and bonnets trimmed to order Prices - Thanksgiving is not attracting any Pittsburgs iron master who recently died reasonable and inspection solicited in New York provides among other 16- special attention One man thought of j large bequests for 3ooooo for Shocn before daylight and taking a getting up Surges and Colored Henriettas fiold berger Memorial Hospital to occupy drink but has about decided to take it hte eight acres of land next to the Urmston at Allegheny by Crooker Bennett Wednesday evening 23 26 cemetery to the Protestant your own price 100000 For Rent After January I 90 house Episcopal diocese of Pittsburg and 100 Ladies call at the Palace aud examof a 000 to Trinity Episcopal church condi- Â¬ ine tueir elegant stock of dress goods and 4 acres on Lexington pike g mile from Court House now occupied by tional upon the abolition of the 15- and notions C H PIGG system and the institution of morning 24- Mrs Turner Donclson has n quantity of now sul Â¬ services daily Do uot fail to take advantage of the and evening kiest surrles and buggies of the newest A Philadelphia telegam esys A sen and most popular patterns and at very cut prices In Black Dress Goods at 23 26 5- sation was created at the regular weekly rwttQnabJe figures Crooke BeuiKilt Urmstoas 28 Â¬ Â¬ A H Lalor has been raised among A First street merchant bought a horse He is not strictly speaking a horse man you he has been on the South side of He noticed that the horse stood up all the Main Street commencing in a small time so tar as he could sec One day way he has gradually built up a busi- Â¬ last week he found him standing asleep ness whose patrons are numbered all He tried his best to make him lie down over Madison county His stock takes but he wouldnt do it in every single Item in the grocery line being loaded He baa made The Courier Journal in describing the bis store additions aud improvements to make K U Land Companys great mill at Clay room for the large stock he has recent- Â¬ Cityspeakes of the engine and says two hand saws cut up a ly bought in the city consisting in part log at one sawing We are constrained of a great variety of Christmas goods to say that we never heard of saws that There is no empty put on about A H saw like those handsaws saw Most likely Lalor but he plods along iu the even tenor of his way and gives value rethe C J means band saws ceived for what you spend at his house French Tipton has the exceeding bad Dont fall to give him a call at his stand taste to print his own picture in his paper opposite Bouauza Mills where you will He must be always find a welcome the Richmond Climax 24 27 vain of his elongated corporosity Stan A special from S iu Jbrancisco Cul ford Journal Bill Walton of the Inside Journal is a says of the nuce famous Kentucky Richard Ten Broeck the confirmed Hopper After criticising us turfmau in the above style he deliberately put famous turfman whose colors are famil- Â¬ his own picture in his own paper But iar to old race goes ou both sides of the he was considerate enough of his patrons Atlantic and for whom Kentucky great horse was named is on trial at to cut the head off from the ears up Redwood City Cal to determine the soundness of his mind which his wife RELIGIOUS and several San Mateo neighbors seri- Â¬ Services at the Episcopal Church are ously question He labors under the now held at 4 oclock on Sunday after- Â¬ delusion that his wife is aud has been noon instead of at night for two or three years past trying to kidnap him secure his money aud Thanksgiving services at the Episcopal Church to morrow at 1030 oclock Ser- Â¬ leave him to starve mon by the pastor Rev CJ Wingate Prof Loisettea Memory Syslem 9 creatiug greater interest than ever in A protracted meeting at the Christian church is conducted by Rev Geo Darsie all parts of the country aud persons wishing to improve their memory of Frankfort assisted by Rev C P Wil should send for his prospectus free as liamson 23 26 advertised iu another column Rev R T Matthews of Lexington The ladles should go at once and closed a protracted meeting at Athens Fayette county Tuesday with thirty one inspect the Greatly Eeduced Prices at Crooke Ueuuett Urmstous it U additions simply eurprising 23 20 Rev H T Daniel will leave Friday for Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor Leitchfield to aid Rev A U Boone pas- Â¬ tor of the church at that place in a series Pauts 550 to 515 Satisfaction guar-17-anteed of meetings 150000-horsc-powÂ¬ It Cored Brights Disease SrKKDWKix Ky May 4 1SS0 This is to certify that 1 hnd lirightn Disease or something very much like it aud was in very feeble health This was iu the year of 1SS7 I used one dozen bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and I am now in better health than I have been for years Sold by W G White Prescription 40 eow Druggist Richmond Ky 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- CONSISTING OF James M Hendken Cloth Mmki Cloth and FU Jackets Fancy dress goods at the Palace iu 15- every color KTOTIGE To Whom AND CLOTH SACQUES I will not be responsible for any debs contracted by my wife All who credit her do so on iheirown responsibility 21- B F GAY MONEY HEFUNDEO I hereby it May Concekn give notice that 5ypS5x CURENOTAY OLIVE BTOSSOiT Is the to womankind Positively cures KIO - J laS were sent to me to be sold on commission It was left to me to make what ever price I think will sell them therefore I have ereatest boon all forms of female weakness such as Paiafut Menstruation Barren Â¬ ness Leucorrhea Pruritis Oranan and Fibroid Tnmors in their early stages and the iony list of innumerable nd unmentionable sufferings that afiiet the patient Try it and yon will exclaim as hundred of others hare Oh lfeellike a different woman V One months treatment sent postpaid to any part f the United States on receipt of 1 six months t J Money refunded if a cure is not cfiected after stncily olsjnrms directions Address THE rnjUCE Ctiiceu inSTITUTc CO Columbus Ohio CUT THE LIFE BUT OF PIES I gists Richmond Ky For sale by Woods Hutchinson Drug Â¬ 24- - and will say the prices I make on these goods will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar WE GIVE AWAY Nothin Onr Anthracite NOW IS YOUR CHANCE Â¬ BUT A DOLLAR WILL BOY AS many tiiiuKsof the best quality at our house as nt any other place lo Kentucky We respectfully ask you to call euii examlue our stock of WILL COME IN AND SEE THEM NOT LAST LONG AT THE PRICES STOVES COME IN AND LOOK Open Fronts are cheerful ornamental aud com for ta be Wo keep every style Iu Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood and Goal Stoves ESTSportsraen find what they want the most accu- Â¬ rately shootinand finest finished guns ever Imported to this market We keep a large supply of In our stock of 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who twill bet by tho government o2 India In Kama on Teril of Ills IJfe Sabseqnent tioneer announced that families would Who Kecovered Their Kings The nts offered Ternaps Aunt Jane the FarrlngtonV tho hope of overcoming the obstacle of but would bo sold in j not be separated Dlppearnc of the Strange Man torr of a Talnable Diamond EpoSo Kate or eke tha Greys the lack of a machine that would turn After a number of lots had lots rolEs dont co a vblin child Such A certain gentleman whom I shall call been duly brought to the block and The paymaster of a large railroad com- Â¬ out tho fiber in a fit stato for market These busy summer days was senfto Texas from Ber- Â¬ knocked down to tho highest bidder a Who ever heard this time of year pany having its headquarters in Boston The machine while simple in construc- Â¬ Herr Of taking teams right oct OF went out on one occasion with 30000 to tion is certainly a success One is now lin by a syndicate of German noblemen bright looking boy was brought forward Of hajla and of harvestln pay off its employes The money was working on a large Nicaragua estate who were desirous of investing In land j and placed upon thestand The auctioneer To RalHvant aboutl carried under his arm wrapped up in an and the representative of the English for tbo purpose of establishing an exten- - at the same time called an old colored Then Aunt Jane went to beating eggs stopped in Fort man among the crowd to como up and Herr I old newspaper He stopped at a little manufacturers has recently arrived in elvo raneh While Kate with eyes of brown wayside eating house for dinner and on that republic with a view to Introducing Worth for a few days and hearing stand besido the boy He did so and the Could It be Jack IftoVtd down the road favorable accounts of the country lying auctioneer then 6aid going away in a fit of absentmindedness others Doming that day from town The old brass knocker later on left the money lying on a chair He had Now that tho hitherto Insurmountable northwest of this city became impressed Gentlemen tho old man is this boys Ileaouoded through the haU of his own selection for which he paid not gone many miles from the place difficulty has been overcome it will bo with the idea that he would find there a father he lives In tho West Indies and said 1 told you so And Aunt Jane before ho missed it and his dismay on surprising indeed if the exploitation of suitable location for the proposed ranch That dish cloths brought a call is a f reo man Ho wants to buy the boy CASH and got liberal discounts that discovering its loss can well be imagined this vast natural resource of Central Ho wished to visit the sections he thought and take him to his honi9 and make him JaHaHafiavf m Just peek through tha parlor blinds Almost despairing of recovering tho pack Â¬ America bo not begun and carried on of purchasing and your correspondent LaHlaBEf is all tho he proposes to give to his customers Walt Kato Its let roe sec free He bids 400 which SnmmmwfinW1 age left in so public a place he hurried with zeal and energy Tho immense for- Â¬ as agent for tho Houston and Texs Cen- Â¬ money he has hat city chap Im glad enough Its nobody for mo back and with trembling voice asked tunes that have been made during tho tral which owned the lands was ap- Â¬ I The intent of this statement was evi- Â¬ tTlBtail Weil thats the way aQ lorerc wffl tho woman in chargo if she had seen the past three or four years in Yucatan from pointed to accompany him We left the dently to discourage any advance on Go vistin when they please Theres a bit of paper on the tho hennequen a near relative of tho railroad at Vernon and went by private that bid and it touched a sympathetic parcel But I do wish theyd stay at nemo chair beyant said she perhaps thats pita would indicate tho certain results conveyance to tho tract in question chord in his audience The crowd In lmrrjin times ULe those I SusaaTeall rerry la Good Housekeeping it which itprovedtobe and the gentle- Â¬ Tho hennequen or Sisal hemp is a which lay somo eighteen miles out from watched tho proceedings for a minuto man returned a happier anda wiserman much lower priced article selling at that town INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE or two in silence while tho auctioneer A Chickens Devotion KICKED BY EVERY ONE As we left tho hotel at Vernon we dwelt upon the bid of 400 and was from seven to nine cents per pound A correspondent of La Nature a Another man in the same city lost a roll while tho pita properly prepared should askod tho landlord if there was any calling it for tbo third and last time French scientific journal relates that bis of bills amounting to 10000 which also bring three times as much Tho vast houso on tho road where wo could pu when from tho outskirts of the crowd II young brother liad made a pet of a was wrapped up in a newspaper He told area of the north coast lands of Hon up for tho night should it happen that Every eye was at voice bid Fifty chicken of the noudan variety Every a friend of his loss and the friend made duras afford a splendid region for tho wo would not be able to make tho return a onco turned in tho direction of tho bid- Â¬ tlio him describe all the ground ho had been cultivation of this plant morning in coming out of the bouse trip that day der who was a rough dissipated look- young man brought with him a handful over since he had tho money Tho last No house at all sir said mino host The observant traveler cannot fail to ing fellow a typical slave trader in of crumbs or of grain or of something place mentioned was the postoffico The remark tho immenso quantities of it except that of tho hermit I appearance The auctioneer paused a eke that chickens like and little by lit-Â¬ night was wet overhead and slushy under springing up wild on every hand and The hermit P we both exclaimed HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES looked annoyed and then ro- tle his Uouilan pet acquired the habit of foot They visited the postofficeand going the practical mind deplores the wasting of tho plains Hes a moment his previous statement concern- Â¬ Yes the hrmit been stand- Â¬ of such wealth In one section in parÂ¬ singular foreign character who lives pcatcd following him about the place to the spot where the man had WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Â¬ man In a grove near the house there was d ing they found two or three bits of torn ticular tho vast country stretching from some fifteen miles from here all alone ing tho old 400 emphasizing tho re was all the money ho bench When the young man reached newspaper It was tho same They YoA to Truxillo tho pita tho Bromalis in a little shanty about half a mile off mark that And now said he I am bid this bench he invariably seated himself looked further and at last found tho lost Silvestris to givo it its botanical name so mighty unsociable hes liad tho road Hes From a dozen hundred and fifty and the fowl jumping up by his side treasure It had been kicked in turn by abounds in marvelous luxuriance got himself tho name of tho hermit of four came tho cry wunuraw your voices food from his hanu and was every ono who camo into tho office and picked the Further inland in the mountainous the plains He might tako you in Mr bid Tho auctioneer awaited the re Â¬ IS THE Kitted by being stroked ou the head and when found was untied and completely districts it flourishes equally well as in but its ono of his peculiarities that sult Tho bidder growled a surly refusal back soaked with water It was all there tho valleys along tho route of tho pro- Â¬ ho cant bear a German with a glance saying ho wanted that boy and had as Tltis bad gone on for quito a long time however and tho friends returned to posed Interoceanic railway It is a most at my companion and ho wouldnt Four OLDEST CLOTHIER III PilCHMOHD good a right to bid as anybody when the young man left homo to go to their hotel and spent several hours in accommodating growth with respect to accommodate mo to save his life hundred and fifty camo slowly from college For the first day or two tho cleaning and drying it Tho gentleman locality Splendid specimens may bo A rabid Frenchman in all probabil- Â¬ the lips of tho auctioneer The shouts chicken seemed not to bo inconsolable was so grateful for tho sensible advice 6een in rocky unheard of corners or ity said Herr Li as wo drovo off And knows precisely what you want over the loss of its friend but took its which had saved him from serious loss springing from tho brinks of dizzying Wo liad a capital pair of brisk little of Withdraw your bid were repeated Sialic food with tho rest that ho took out his friend and bought precipices From tho stony soil where Texas ponies U fire and nerve and tho said tho bidder I withAfter a few days however tho fowl him tho handsomest gold watch chain other vegetation were doubtful it towers roads being good reached our object Euiis Overcoats PanU seemed to become aware that its friend that he could find in tho city aAAnt lm up in astonishing strength and beauty IXUUIi i111 KWUi uuiv Lub Kiuai uuuio draw it Tho auctioneer quickly went back to was not coming back and it was seized Among singular recoveries of lost valu- Â¬ Its cultivation is easy Within eighteen were consumed in driving over the counall at once with an unconquerable mel- Â¬ ables one of tho oddest occurred in Provi- Â¬ months of the planting it has attained trv and unconscious of tho flight of tho the original bid on which he dwelt two ancholy It lingered morning after dence R L some years ago Ono day its full growth Its leaves are tnon from short day wo were surprised to find our- Â¬ or threo times when down went his Sold at four hundred Old morning under the windows of the houso it gentleman in one of the largest stores six to nine feet l a length and four to six selves near its close Another reason hammer as if waiting for its master to come out of that city tried on a pair of fleece lined inches wide An acre of land will pro for haste was also apparent in tho man tho boy is yours tako him down Finally it betook itself to tho lench gloves which did not suit him so he duco from 1000 to 1500 plants yielding purplish masses of cloud lying near tho The crowd cheered and the principal where its master had been accustomed bought another pair A few days after on an average thirty leaves Each leaf horizon that threatened a storm In an figure in this little drama who the mo- Â¬ to feed it and there it remained its head he missed a gold ring from the third will weigh probably six ounces in tho incredibly short timo darkness was on ment before had been tho picture of under its wing almost motionless day finger of tho left hand but had no idea green state This would givo per acre us and tho entire heavens black with tho despair hurried down from the stand and night It was useless to try to tempt how long it liad been gone He searched something between 11000 and 16000 coming tempest Tho ponie3 became smiling and happy New York Sun 3 55 it with food the chicken refused to look the house and went into the store where pounds unmanageable at the first peal of thunder Journalist The Natives of Seraplt of Tho proportion of prepared fiber to and forsook the road which I vainly en- Â¬ Judge 340 up when the most tempting handfuls be- Â¬ he had purchased the gloves and other The population of Scrapit turned out grain or dough were thrown down places to see if anything had been seen tho leaf is estimated at 20 per cent Tho deavored to find again but tho vivid 3 55 Tlie Eleventh Volume of Harpers Lancet 500 fore it Its eyelids were closed and its of it but in vain Months rolled on un- Â¬ approximate yield per acre in marketable flashes of lightning instead of serving to sco us The women were a Etrango Young People which begins with the Library Journal A PROFUSION O- F400 intention toUie of hunger was so evident til another winter came and tho gentle product would bo from 220Q to 3200 me only added to my confusion An contrast to tho men in appearance number for November 5 1SS9 presents Life man onco more visited the clothing pounds worth in New York at 28 cents hours plunging here and there in tho Whilo tho latter were as lean as whip Â¬ en attractive imigi aiimw - 220 that it was deemed merciful to kill it It wilt oner to Lipiriitcotta Magazine - readers at least four serials of the usual Liltelia Living Age 7 30 store in 6earch of fleeco lined gloves per pound G10 to S9G This in view bald pralrio threw mo completely out of ping posts and uglier than most monkeys dosh ISUIIns riillowpliy It ngth and others in two or three pails MacinilliiiH Magazine - 270 The first pair ho tried on he found too of the little care necessary is a result my reckoning and when at last tho tho former at least those under 20 or 4 JO namely The Red Mustang by Win Magazine ol American Let him go my son said an ancient short at the wrists In taking off the so were plump solidly built full bos-Â¬ Stoddord Phil and the Baby by Magazine of Art 290 father to his boy who had caught a rab- Â¬ left hand glove he found a ring in ono of vortli considering After tho first threo storm had spent itself and the rain began omed creatures and there were at least or four months the only labor required to pour down in torrents I couldnt have Lucy C Lillie 3 40 bit and when ho gits bigger ketch him Prince Tommy bv Mirror tho fingers While slowly disentangling it is that of gathering tho crop and pro told my right hand from my left Herr half a dozen in tho crowd before us who Musical Courier 330 again John Kaiell Coryell and Mother Tho boy did az he waz told from tho fleecy lining ho said to tho might fairly bo termed good looking paring it By this timo tho plant has Way bv Margaret E Sangster two AlttlHrll AJ called my attention to a dim but and liaz been looking for that rabbit salesman Hero is a ring whoso shall it become so dense and powerful that I But tho older members of the com- Â¬ i Ii rt serials bv Hjalmar Hjorth Boesen atHiiaI dilorial Journalist 120 over since steady spark of light burning closo to munity the women especially almost EXTENSIVE LINE OF be mine as I found It or yours because weeds find little- chance Tuo scries of iairie tales will attract lite Nature This for a the horizon at no great distance from us 545 Tho world owes all its energy and re- Â¬ It Is found in your establishment pass my powers of description to givo an The country like Honduras where labor is Taking it to le at somo houso wo drovo attention of lovers of the wonder world New Princeton Keview 2 05 namely the quaint tales told by Howard Nineteenth Century 400 finement tew luxurys Digging roots weighty question was decided in the scarce is a fortunate circumstance And the now subdued ponies straight to it idea of their weird ugliness K tersely lMe and so admirably illustrated by North American Review 430 for breakfast and going naked for clothes gentlemans favor when suddenly his in this regard tho industry would have and foimd ourselves before a low shanty summed them up as baked monkey linn and another scries in a dtierent Petersons Magazine 150 iz tho virtewous innocence of a lazy lost ring camo into his mind and he said the advantage over that of the banana through whose unshuttered window that but a monkey would at least have had a win by Fraud M Biclnell There will Political Scieuee 205 savage Who knows but that is tho very ring I tho coffee or oven tho cocoanut culture welcome light was shining Wo knock- Â¬ covering of hair whereas these dreadful be short stories by W D I lo wells Thos 1 OflrCtl JWn tf 355 nothing but their very There is lots ov folks who eat well and lost a year ago The answer was That i Hitherto the prevailing interest of ed and a voico in English though with persons had Nelson Page Mary E Witlmc Nora Police tiasette ANDPYERYTHING ELSE IN 355 drink well and yet arc sick all the time cannot be as I do not think wo have a scanty clothing to conceal any part of IVrrv Harriet Prescott SpoNord David Pojiular Science Mouihly 430 Theze are the folks who always enjoy pair of gloves on hand that we liad last American capitalists in Honduras has a slight foreign accent called out to tho leathery integument that was so been in the mining industry No other know who wo were We replied that Kf I lezehiah Butterworth Sophie Svtett Portfolio 695 poor health Slowly tho ring was tightly shrunken over their skeleton year at this time Kicliard Malcolm Johnson etc Pottery and Glassware Iteporter has 3 25 two belated lost If a man hits yu and yu hit him back drawn out and indeed it was tiro same natural resource speakthus far been givenÂ¬ wo weretho shelter of a travelers who bodies and looked so hard and dry that x uiiii any thought to 400 yu aro even but if yu of Yet it is un- sought roof for the dont strike back with tho owners initials engraved upon doubtedly truo 205 that immenso fortunes night After somo delay tho door was you expected to hear it crackle when Ill A subscription to Harpers Young I WK o QU II 180 he is your debtor and alwus owes yu a it The wonder was that the gloves had await such enterprising men as will take opened and wo stepped in A man of they moved Their faces seemed to con- Â¬ Ieople secures a juvenile library There Quarterly ReviewlHittt over a skull not been sent to 6ome smaller store in the to Central America with their other average height 3 70 crack but of a commanding sist solely of skin drawn Men if they aint too lazy liv sum is etui knowldrge also plenty of amuse country as was a frequent practice if capital tho requisites of energy and per without a particlo of flesh and looked 270 bt Niclroiati elegant bearing stood holding in his precisely as if somo ono had tried to ment Wostna Advertk er Science 300 times till they aro 80 and destroy the not sold tho previous season severance hand a candle whose light falling on his Scientific American 3 00 time a good deal as follows The fust A still more wonderful ring story Is The pita culture might well be com- Â¬ face revealed it most distinctly Herr mako a mask out of old leather and TCKHS 1repsW M Per Year beribnera Maiizlne 205 thirty years they spend throwing stuns told in an English periodical A gentle- Â¬ thrown it down in disgust looked at him and at onco ex-Â¬ failing had on Spectator 330 at a mark the seckond thirty they spend man was walking along the shore of bined with other enterprise With a L IM XI begins Ximhcr 5 18S9 and stamped it Yet they seemed view to easier transportation of the pro- Â¬ claimed in amazement Texas Sifting 355 in examining the mark tew see where Hastings when he discovered that a val- Â¬ neither decrepit nor idiotic Tho men Turf Field and Farm God in heaven it is tho Count von 470 the stuns hit and the remainder iz di- Â¬ uable ring which he wore had slipped duct it would be advisable to select in Sf rime Cify receij e twe carried their complement of arms ono Wallaee Monthly- Honduras a locality convenient to tho 2 70 vided in cussing the stun throwing bizz off Although a diligent search was road to renttUunf Waverley Macazlne 3 70 either Puerto Cortez Truxillo But tho name was unuttered forthe old fellow had girded on the longest made no trace of it could be found A on the gulf side or Amapala on tho Pa- Â¬ man dropped tho candlo instantly and and crookedest sword there He looked WestmlnitHr Review- Single Number Five Cents Each 370 ness and nursing the rumatizz year afterward indeed it is oven said cific coast Remittances should be made by Post Womans Journal 200 a throat like Death with his scythe A woman sprang like n wild beast at L National Flower on the very anniversary tho gentleman who resembled ono of the dried mum Â¬ Office Money Order or Draft to avoid Yihjiic Ladies Journal 3 20 In Yoro Olancho Santa Barbara and cying in German No one can help being in some measagain visited the spot and while stroll- Â¬ other scarcely peopled departments is a Youths Companion chance of los 140 name and I kill you like mies of blacks found in North Queens-Â¬ Speak Aeivsmrrt re rfy this ad Any ptiUican of importance in the ure a partisan Ourcharactersand daily ing along tho shoro a fisherman near country of magnificent possibilities Ex- Â¬ a dogl that land reanimated was pounding paddy pursuits inevitably influence our dcci him stooped down picked up something t turmoil toillfvt lie eJrcss rder of United States or Europe can gasped out that ho would not in a wooden mortar so I concluded that L be secured sions aggerated stories of it that from timo to BnoTHBRS A group of farmers were sitting IlARreK k Did you timo havo been related by Thk Climax at less than the reg- Â¬ about in Capt Morses store discussing and ran after him saying the press of and his assailant took his hands from appearances were deceptive and that BROTHERS Address HARPER drop this at the same timo holding up tho north havo doubtlessin contributed to his throat and relighted the candle Tho they were not nearly so old as they nj the events of the day New York ular rates the identical ring lost twelve months be- Â¬ retard its progress room was furnished rudely but was looked Indeed thd Malayan races aro The mail iiad just come in and as fore Undue stress has been laid upon its scrupulously clean and tho plank table not long lived and really old people aro Capt Morse was postmaster as well as DE BANCY DIAMOND as scarce such an Original Designs storekeeper there was a great unfurling Some THEtho most curious losses and dangerous climate which in reality 13 a covered with books that proved on ex very Sultan of Brunei instancelived tho I8g0 of who to perfectly healthy one If tho lowlands amination to bo tha untranslated Latin late of papers and much comment on tho recoveries of which we havo any record OF ARTISTIC of tho coasts be hot there is nevertheless poets with a few well chosen volumes nearly 100 being almost unheard of public situation are related in regard to famous jewels London Field Well Jlorse what do you think of all Among theso tho Do Sancy diamond a constant and delicious sea breeze blow- Â¬ of English essays The hermit provided talk about a national flower asked may bo mentioned as possessing a par- Â¬ ing inland and tho nights aro always us with a supper of boiled ham and this Changed the Babies Â¬ crackera and then turning to L ILLUSTRATED one ticularly singular history The first cooL Tho interior is very mountainIn Nordhausen there is a cafo in which ous with valleys long and wide at said that if he would pledge himself not Haint seen it replied the captain known owner of this gem was Charles any one his name and ono room is specially reserved for the pricking up his ears Harpers Bazar is a journal for the tho Bold duke of Burgundy who is said various elevations of from 1000 to 5000 to reveal to wo would bo welcome to cabmen belonging to tho rank outside You dont sayl Why they want to havo worn it in his helmet It was feet above sea leveL Here although tho whereabouts home Giving the latest information w ith Tlie other evening tho largo hall of the rt gard to the Fashisons its numerous everybody to vote for a national flower lost in the battle in which its owner was vertical suns rays striko hotly upon tho 6uch shelter a3 ho could offer L earth throughout tho day the tempera- Â¬ promised and we remained all night cafo was hired for a fete and after illustrations HMhion plates and pattern and when theyve tot on it its comin killed but was picked up by a Swiss sol- Â¬ supper when dancing began thoso sheet supplements are indispensible alike into fashion and never goin out dier who sold it to a priest for a florin ture in the shade ranges seldom abovo There was only ono room and we all fathers and mothers who had brought to the home dress maVer and the profes 70 degs Fahrenheit There is thus no slept in blankets on tho floor Our mys- Â¬ Sho said Capt Morse Well if The priest as ignorant as tho soldier of No expense is spared in sional modiste Given these conditions terious host had little or nothing to say their babies with them found that tho they want to know which way to vote its real value imagined that ho had oppressiveness waking its artistic attractiveness of the volunteered some infor- Â¬ latter interfered witli their enjoyment tho man to tell em If I do say it made a good bargain when he sold it to I cannot imagine any reason why an and when L Im Â¬ highest order Its clever short stories enormous success should not ho made of mation in regard to recent German poli- Â¬ Tho perambulators containing the sleep what I dont know on tho subject aim the king of Portugal for a florin and a parlor plays and thoughtful essays satisfy the pita industry tics replied that he wished never to ing infants were accordingly pushed into wuth knowinT all tastes and Ms last page is famous as a half The profit of the king however To obtain a plantation of pita would bo even hear tho name of that country the adjoining cabmens room to be out You dont sayl budget of wk and hnmor In its weekly was somewhat larger than that of tho of tho way The cabmen angry at tho Yes sir I da Givo mc a first class unworldly priest for ho received not comparatively easy Suitable land could mentioned again isucs everything is included which is ol interest to women During 1S90 Olive I dont ask you who that man is afÂ¬ infantile invasion remonstrated but as every time for riz bread and less than 100000 crowns for it from the bo obtained from tho government or oth Â¬ Ilaiall no notice was taken of their objections Thome Miller Christine Terhune Her everything but pastry and if youll wall wealthy Harley do Sancy in whose fam- Â¬ erwise at a low figure The young plants ter your having given your word to him they hit upon a plan of revenge Wait- Â¬ AJNTD rick and Mary Lowe Dkkidson will re would cost hardly anything In case of Herr L I said but what is he or into the back of the store Ill show you b ily it remained for several generations ing till tho pleasure seekers were com- Â¬ specttvely furnish a series of papers on been- brand that aint to bo beat Youtlu Finally ono of his descendants wishing a large enterprise well backed and likely rather what has ho Three Meals The Daughter at Home I will tell you only this answered pletely engrossed with their dancing Companion to pawn it in order to lend Henri III to prove beneficial to the country it is a Dav and The Woman of the Period quito probable that a large tract of land my companion That lone hermit is they secretly changed the babies When some money sent it to a Jew broker by The serial novels will be written by Wal would bo conceded by tho government of tho head of ono of the most powerful the fete was over tho parents came A Rllntl Inventor the hand of a servant in whom he had ter Besant and F W Robinson Belize Honduras Letter families in Germany He is supposed to looked out their own perambulators Mr nerreshoff the blind president of tho utmost confidence Tho servant nev- Â¬ Honduras liave died however some years ago At and wheeled them home but found to the HercshoiT Manufacturing company er returned and the broker declared Periodicals Where Fife and Rride Arc any rate a coffin was buried with every their horror and amazement when they of Bristol R I seems as much out of that the man had never made his apÂ¬ Duff house where the duke and duch- Â¬ posHible honor and tip to last night I lifted out the occupants that they had PER YEAR bis element in his present capacity as pearance with the diamond In spite of cither tho blind sculptor or the blind this assertion the confidence of De San- Â¬ ess of Fife are now staying has been am sure it never occurred to any one to got the wrong babies Court Circular HARPERS BAZAR f4 00 closed for many years except during its doubt his body lay in postmaster general Aside from Edison it Ho occupied HARPERS MAGAZINE cy in the honesty of his old servant was 4 00 Comfort for the Fatlent tho government has recognized him as unshaken This confidence as it after Â¬ owners annual autumn visit which one of tho most important positions at HARPERS WEEKLY 4 00 Aro you feeling better this morning never exceeded a month The houso is court and I am at a loss to understand HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 2 00 boing one of the greatest inventors of ward appeared was not misplaced for Yes Angie dear Undo Henry tho times Many of the torpedo boats after a time the body of a murdered an immenso quadrangular edifice which his exile to these Texas plains for he left PmUut Frtc te mil subscribers in the Youll soon bo well now wont you was built about a century ago Tho stylo a charming young wife an exalted rank I nited Slates Canada or Mexico orkmanslnn and steam launches now used by this man was discovered near the city walls is Roman Corinthian the principal rooms and a princely income for that hoveL Uncle Henry I dont know dear I ALL AT TSE GORNBR AND SAVE and all the civilized governments on the in a deep ditch which was recognized may never get up again Uncle Henry is are very large and there is a fine collec- Â¬ Â¬ You will never tell of your discov globe are the inventions of this sight- Â¬ as that of the missing servant An at- Â¬ tion of pictures Tho grounds which aro Oh yes I know AND a very sick man The Vatames of the Baaar begin with ery I queried less genius His steam launches liavo tempt at robbery had evidently been the nrst Number for January of etch year are undulating and well LOWSST CONSISTENT PRICES quietly answered the ques- Â¬ but youll soon get well I heard tho Herr L made tho highest speed with but few ex-Â¬ made and tho faithful fellow had reÂ¬ very extensive aro bordered by tho Dev When no time is mentioned subscriptions pa this all the wooded and tion of which I became a little ashamed doctor tell America morning that as mean ceptions and his torpedo boats aro ranked will heem with the Number current at true to his doctors in couldnt kill We have the largest trade in Centra among the most efficient In use He mained moments masters interests to cron on tho banks of which ono mile am a gentleman Sir I tune of receipt of order for on the surgeons farther up tho river i3 Mountcoffer tho as Undo Henry rallies Kentucky and guarantee sali ractiou works on lib models in the quiet of the his last I again had occasion to visit the vicin Â¬ a man wellyou examining the body the diamond was dower houso of the Fife family Duff Bnani Volumes of Harpers Baaar for enough tho next time and the and is three years back m neat cloth bindine 3ffVnte for rices ami informa- Â¬ night shut up in tho darkness of his found in his stomach he having swal- Â¬ house stands on the outskirts of tho ity of Vernon plainson inquiring forthat doctor calls to get his head under the tho was informed lowed it as the only means left to him towns of Banff and Macduff which aro hermit of tho w ill be sent by mail postage paid or by tion before ordering any Btyle of work room but this is all the same to Here he nau disappeared from that neighbor Â¬ sofa and maul him till tho police break his assailants Chicago separated by tho Deveron estuary express free of expense shofT tho brightest midday would be of outwittin provided the hood leaving no trace behind Fort into the room Tho diagnosis was cor- Â¬ WM ADAMS SON Importer London Truth freight does not exceed one dollar per to him as black as tho darkest midnight Herald Worth Cor St Louis Globe Democrat Burdette in Brooklyn Eagle rect 49 A8 v olume for 7 00 per volume Lexington Kv John W Wright in St Louis Republic A Pitiful Story Cloth Cafes for each volume suitable An Absent Minded Statu Turkeys Bad Navy for binding wttl be sent by mail post TTIU Sleet No Hore lie Took It Away A little Lexington girl has found re- Â¬ Thero is a roan living in Hartford A naval awakening is being forced on cently paid on receipt of ft 00 each lie rang tha door bell of a house on Conn who deserves the prizo for absent that charity has sweet rewards in A German long resident in London tho Subllmo Porto by tho visit of tho Second avenue and then sat down In a mindedness A few days ago ho was Remitrawes should be made by Post who left homo at 20 years of age there- German emperor Tho condition of tho gratitude At tho time -- of the Johns BBI Office Money Order or Draft to avoid I I by evading service In tho army has sent Turkish fleet Is so bad costly ironclads town floods she decided to contribute a minute he roso up and rang again Then having his shoes shined by a street boot- Â¬ chance of less to tho English papers a communication havo been allowed to rust into decay so dress to tho supply of clothing which he waited a spell and rang for tho third black Just as the job was finished AT TH- EftTewefafors are not te eofy this adver received from tho authorities in the long in the waters of tho Bosphorus that some of the towns people were collect- Â¬ time Soon thereafter the lady of tho and the man liad picked out a nickel tisement RHtboul the express order of C3- Fatherland in answer to an application the Ottoman government would bo wise ing for the suili rers and in its pocket house betraying a dozen proofs of sick from his purse an acquaintance stepped 5T 3NT 3XT harper a brothers to bo permitted to como and visit his not to offer any maritime display to so placed a note requesting that tho little headache opened tho door and de-Â¬ up and began talking The first man WITH A Address father ere ho died Come by all means alisent mindedly put tho nickel in his keen a critic so good a judge as tha girl who received tiro dress would send manded Aro you trying to pull tho houso pocket and gave tho purso to tho boot was in effect the austere rejoinder but Emperor William Corruption and in- Â¬ a reply Tho answer came and it told HARPER BROTHERS Handsome Barber -- Shop and jou will havo to pay a fine of 0 10s New York black who seized it and disappeared capacity combined havo made what a pitiful story Tho Johnstown girl said down No maam ho answered undergo six weeks drilling and spend six might have been an Important factor in that she has lost thirty two relatives in Have Tho purso contained 315 Chicago First -- Class Barbers months in a fortress Wishing to have as few Goods on hand as possible at the end of This was a little a European war a mass of useless metal the flood Of seven children in her im Â¬ you tho Lives ofPlutarch Times 1 donbSo their moftsy No ellinireor BKA8B AGENTS rinlihsd OorrnciUd Perfect satisfaction given to evpry too much for tho correspondents filial Hobart Pasha was a strong man but he mediate family four were saved The yours sir but if I was a man Id liave the year when we take an account of stock wo will from now up to A Gentla Correction little girl whose house had been swept in about a minute instinct It would havo been a to get tho 8pcia Riven There is a general belief among Eng- Â¬ January 1st offer at GREATLY lamp one olilldren attf iition to my to ladies joy to mo to havo seen my fathergreat was not strong enough wages when dock- Â¬ away expressed sincere gratitudo for Eli ahl 1 6eo madam I guess Td ho yard men paid their they and Also country says lishmen in American illiteracy An Can h oM la mrr funny Olref better go but under theso circumstances we were duo In no part of tho Turkish tho dress Boston Journal friends nor Hint thn tone ordlntrr lint American says lie had this experience assa mum USMJp mn shall meet no more Andho toot tho Lives of Plutarch London Letter TJ AVIrm r treasury is there such gross dishonesty have moved my shop over to the I W slco bT tb bnt ttirty ag cent Our Hannah Jane under his arm and his own in his hand some time ago in St Johns college Cam Â¬ rrOi CoITcc lot In tks D as in that which has to do with tho Hole and I hope all will come to eee sena ler Ulastnied circulars to She Returned the Ring and backed down the step and out of the bridge We were wandering about with me Â¬ Our Hannah Jane wasihin and weak Yours very respectfully navy If 1000000 were put at the disFORSHEEC fc1taUICmCtaeIsniU0 Tho remains of Tom Whalen gate and went off with the air of a man one of the fellows who had been cordial fire- Â¬ cmn make eb00 per JOEL W M ACKEY man who was burned to death tho Sun Â¬ posal of tho government to morrow for And ashy white her lip and cheek who wished ho hadnt Detroit Free and kindly in his attention to us As wo on JOarprollt Mlllnff our naval purposes probably not one tenth entered the beautiful dining hall my eye OUR ENTIRE STOOK OF DRESS GOODS Wa havo a line day night lastwere disinterred this morn of the sum would bo really expended in We often thought and thought with pain Press World lor tor prtcMU X We soon must lose our Hannah Jane fell on a fine portrait of Wordsworth ing and a plain gold ring placed upon fulfilling them London World yimToiJitXr n Ainrjw jiiat variety of and I said- - So this Is Wordsworths col Â¬ With change of doctors change of air his finger IIW tlbo efl rddcd mwjrwrt natitMk The Women Praise D U 11 leger It was Wordsworth is dead I also keep at my old place Tom was to havo been married soon She sought for healing everywhere Women Ahead There TheMinerlligor women eertnlnlr Awakens was tbo prompt though gentlo correc- Â¬ Fresh OyMere Bird Ham Steak and when his body was taken from or u Tho constitution the stato projectors In And when our hopes were almost past f bo tlie nympnih of every true philanthropist mm and everytliluc llmt is kept in a first under tho wall tho ring his sweetheart Wyoming havo been framing contains I The lr best friend however It 15 B Ho- - tion San Francisco Argonaut a Favorite Prcscriptron tried at last Xnrlifcfleyiki class Restaurant Unlo lllood Balm Bend to Blood Balm Co J V M had given Mm was removed and sent peculiar feature or two that may not vwo uncuuunif 0- gave us joy it gave us hope Ua for proofs Atlanta Common Sense back to her In tho final preparation facilitate its entrance upon Btatehood It 36 IT 1 tnsxidv Kennesaw Gn writes ceased to mope Three bottles of B B B cured my wife of Should be u ed in attempting to cure for interment tho ring was not replaced It is tho only new state that has ever She ceased to pine she HrrofulH and tho young lady at onco made ar Â¬ abolished tho distinction of sex in the I Pierces remedies are surc and true Mrs U SI Laws Zalalm Florida writes that very duutgteeable diiensp catarrh Now Hannah Jane is good as new I have never ufceUonylhlug to t qoal B B rangements to havo it dono at her own voter This instrument not only pro Â¬ A catarrh originates in impurities in Pierce- - Favorilc Proscription is expense She liad the body taken from vides for female suffrage but establishes Dn Mm C II Gnj Rocky Monnt N a wrltrac for 15 yours was I free from linul thobloml local oppllcationd call do uo the gravo and with her own hands placed a new educational qualification The the only medicine for women bold by Not a day B u tho engagement band on her dead lovers voter must vote in English and read in druggist under a positive guarantee nolic another B entirely rellecd me I feel permanent good Tlie common seue LOUISVILLE KY penon like method of treatment is to purify the finger LouisviHo Telegram Junius Y Laucnxter of Hawklnsvllle Ua English and if not a native must bo fully from the inaiiufactureis that it will My wife was In bail health for DISCOVERY AKD TRAINING METHOD naturalized This is a marked cbango give satisfaction in every case or writes years Klve tloctors and many patent blood anil for this purpose there U no In fact any thins one could wish in COLORED DRESS GOODS luht In i4teof ad Itmud miUtnns vhkh mbs tb done from the jiractice of tho other new states money will Iks refunded T4iW guaran Â¬ medicines had her uu good Six bottles of preparation mperlor to Hoods Sarsa Shaped like a Dumb RcIL OrlxiMl In spit of Tiic Larfst and Ilnest Hotel in tfatty u4 imrucaJ miiHi ol tbebj Our stock of BLAGK DRESS GOODS is very complete and we can ILaUUmed tse citmmmt taejfpiefotoljoes cctvxu wocki bs H Totnllnson Elias Shiftlct colored brings us a and somo of the others in the west with a tee has been printed on the Atlanta Ga say parilla That IliU peculiar medicine Mtss ogniNttm jioApiof bM attempts to rottum the o r ortlntniHof lMUbansUatvhldi demonstrat tbs curious hens egg well not exactly that largo aliea horn clement Women havo For years I navo suffered with rheumatism Do not fail to take advantage of these please the most fastidious ndnAted wijerwrlti od panalsmr of hU Uiciiine Indignitinn mid faithfully carried out for cnUMBl by kidney trouble and B It It reliev- I does cure cntnrrh is shown hy the Prml lMHtr Ait J Kmr PorxetUcc is ncocnized a bens curious egg It is shaped like had tho right to vote In Wyoming in ulo was feeble and nervous medicines hod many te timnulnla from people who CUT PRICES Epoch Day trSir ta tot HeattplMm as marklBjr sairwri In a dumb belL such as is used for the deÂ¬ nearly all Its history and havo sat on many year 4 ed roealllioughkovcral other MsMqrOtUec His Propectatport failed n have found relief in Uoing it wuen nil efWma inept fa I1 pn o Uje dab visa bits set velopment of tho muscles Ono end juries and held tho lower judicial posi Â¬ Ravi J M Richardson Clarkston Ark A book containing t tefcft Oeimt My wlfo atteredior JS years with Others Itod fulled According to rooms UBiKUTlM Dr Piercea Pellets cleanae and writes contained all the yelk ami the other all tions But an applicant for admission laily lee wey n a iwols rheumatism and female complaint coming with this condition nuty be dis Â¬ rcgulule the fttomnoji bowels and syg- - member of my chnrcb had been wiredAby B statements of cures sent o receipt of winmc tat irmgsnas tho white That hen bids fairfo do the Turkish and Easeian Baths in It B B Hhe persuaded my LOWOTTiCiwT JPWh AtcbscXY featherweight champion of the barn1 covered by wary congressmen to have em guiierully Ono a dw ej purely now snys there Is nothing Wlfo to try B who two cent stamp by C 1 HOOD CO as it like B B W also have a few OLOAkS we will clse out at eoet yard Hartwell Ga Son J iognfflcjeBt population St Paul Globe vegetable Hotel Lowell Mass 39 31 M 36 gave her reltef 23 31 quickly KrinsiQR ma company v youre dropped tha dish glrll Oh what noirl a asagbty today VALUABLES FOUND MIRACULOUSLY Said to Await the Development or a New Fiber riant Fifty thousand rupees Is said to be tho prize carried off by the machine lately 1818 an auction sale of tho personal In Jacksonville Fla in the winter of The Bid Was Withdrawn STOUFFER 20000 WORTH Uaaa l I CLOTHING M Harpers Periodicals STOUFFER st and Mosl Complete Stock in Rishmond I Courii-r-Journ- 0ztle 1 1 1 - STOUFFER - Ouiiiiii 5 iu - Wf h IHH Milium jEFicr Elegant Prince Alberts Nobby Cutaways I People New Cuts in Sacks -- HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES 11 iiiliifii llb-tory- - UNDERWEAR - NECKWEAR 11 -- Â¬ P4 i ft r 0 IB STOTJ1E3I mi mm hum Â¬ nt New 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