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TV - is 5S-Si- J WrrV - MUi T III 1 JJfJi toltjme COURT in T VyWt 1 RICHMONIV MADJQN COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1889 Several families flecT bul the flames Aid notreacli their abodes and thoy after- - The Falling Leaves Chari Atatnr3TlcrStorhian on motion was promptly voted down By the As I sat one autumn day watching the night service did very creditable members who desired to complete the CIRCUIT COURT wuru movea Dacs work He was a new man having only list of officers tho yellow leaves as they came floating 4 Fourteen firemen were knocked down been in the place since tho first of the Nominations for the clerkship being in to the ground looking to much like J MondaT w March ami Septcm in Kingston street by fragments of a week After the fire started he made order Edward McPherson and John M great golden butterflies this thought falling wall but all escaped serious in- Â¬ five trips the last when the shaft was Carson both of Pennsylvania were I R Motion answer the to me I wonder Clias J Many Buildiugs in the Heart of jury About a dozen firemen and po-Â¬ Ssven Human Lives Sacrificed actually on fire and saved a number of placed in nomination and Mr McPher Â¬ came folks would make what onwcalihs Attorney if I should ask licemen are at the hospital suffering people Smith says he smelled fire for son was elected receiving 116 votes to little B in tho Flames What makes tho leaves fall Boston Destroyed from lacerations bruises and broken three quarters of an hour before he could fifty cast for Mr Carson w ii Maw That evening I put the question to limbs find its location After looking on all Over the selection of the candidate for lonerJ K BPara the floors he finally felt the heat on the sergeant-at-arm- s there was hardly any Alice Sho thought a moment and re-Â¬ A NUMBER OP OTHERS INJURED ELECTRICITY DID IT MMOK PLEAS CCHSRT Comprising a large Portion of the third floor and was about to break in the contest Adonirnm J Holmes an ex plied Why the wind door of the fateful room when the tran Â¬ member of congress from Iowa and A Monday w JMKyjwd JwcJ jr Tho fire Said to MaTO Been Cansed Br But Alice there is often so little air Old Burned District flames Octofeer y the Crossing or Two Wires i M l Scott Haifa aillllon Dollars Worth of Prop Â¬ som burst and the the firesprang up He H Reed of Minnesota were the candi- Â¬ moving that the leaves do not even rustic originated in dates and Holmes was elected 142 is confident that New Yoke Nov 29 A Boston dis- Â¬ on tho trees and still they drop to the erty Destroyed By tho Burning or Tho E A Harmons office and worked to 13 II Miller L Thanksgiving Day an Exciting patch to The Times says Trhuno 11 it tiding at Minneapolis Min- Â¬ through the partitions before breaking Morcr S E SeeH The contest over the next places the earth the 6ame r in The cause of the fire may be ascribed black seems At this Charlio but One In the Hub nesotaFull Details of the Terrible into the liallway Smith this certain well doorkeeper was very amicable how- Â¬ sparkling with the spoke histhat he eyes H ARTERLY COURT to the crossing of the Boston Time com- Â¬ is nigh impossible that ever Tho candidates were Charles W had thought Calamity more people were burned than have been panys wires with the lines of one of the j tl M nday in January April July Supposed tho problem I know tis bc Maryland A rirc rroor Structures of Iron Electric Light companys So far as can Minneapolis Minn Dec 2 Seven reported He says thatabout five min-Â¬ Adams of Wisconsin and James was solvedthey are ready to drop Tho vote Wheat of causo and Granite Swept Ayrtty like Tlnder be learned all the clocks in the city run human lives and 500000 worth of utes before the fire was discovered ho very close and tho news received out- Â¬ loisrrv court All right myboya3 far as you havo heavy dark complexioned lady side indicated the selection first of one Uoxe Hj-- tho SeethlnjjJIais or Flame by the Time company stopped at 048 property was sacrificed Saturday night carried a Monday iu every menUi y to the sixth lioor ane asKea lor tne i and men of the other candidate A re-- gone but there is something more what by a firo that originated in the rooms of v About Two Hundred lIrm lturneil oclock Thursday morning IOIKT OF CLAIMS -- n wna editorial rooms or ine Iloneer tress I n ta makes them ready the three little faces The office of tho company is in tho the Union League on the third floor of He did not take her back in the elevator j whenf nthad oi Out Xo Btlmated at Over 85000 At this question Monday tfl July fa the result showed it Slt nJ The Minneapolis Tribune building The and ho sure sljo could not have gone is 000 TTIth an Insurancn or 83000000 granite building in which the fire started u Adams had defeated his opponent became very grave nt lost Hattie the lOlKTY OrFlCHRS firo was discovered shortly after 10 domtiestanway The contact of an electric I by a bare majority the vote standing 83 youngest said in her timid way rr lohn C CJicnfluic Boston Nov 28jr Tho first ganeral I wjththe wires of the Time-lisht wire oclock by a district messenger and al Smith also says that a tall young man to 82 God oftpnajiv they have dono nomas Thorpe r alarm sont out in Boston since the big would cause L jnir0ercan alarm could bo turned in with a black mustache shot himself on Mr wv u was however immediately thinkfor them to do all tho work picks a current which acqiistng every door and wmdbwcTihe immense tho seventh and so ho had A StslWvaR rncv A fire was rung Thursday morning for a to experts would floor Sear the imposing nominatedfor niS Cffire of postmaster too strong for be them s fi - K eafcerge fire which started in a building occupied the companys wires much seven story building was belching fire room uoor omun was up on ms lasi receiving 09 votes against i lOZ LeiteU to I wonder how many of us who are ir J V MiHn by Brown DurreUtCompany on Bed the result would be the bear Of course and smoke There were upward of trip and called to the young man to on for Worrell and 16 for McKee burning out of havo answered as well E ffrirt Infn tlin nlmnrm till- tn OAdtniul t - -- r HB 1 Miller 1 cider CGi fufd street and which proTed to be in a the companys wires eighty men including the editorial staff Rev Charles B Ransdell ot the North F CrooVc v by the heat and B H In Somervirie Jourcah twinkling more than the first second and a force of compositors at work on dazed drew a revolver smoke and delib Presbyterian church of Washington A Cc irJolin Mclhereon ately At the city hall the clock in the city and fired into his receiving 84 for s xlncndent PuWic Schools Mrs1 and third detachments could readily messengers office stopped at 648 The tho seventh floor and these were penned own head falling as Smith supposes was nominatedtotal chaplainthe remainder of 147 New Treatment of Ileart Dwise in like sheep by the sheets of flame that quite dead Just before he fired the shot votes out of a handle Mulion A telephone switchboard wa3 burned out being divided among half 7i dozen other separated them from the elevator and he exclaimed Tho first alarm was sounded at 815 and the wire connecting It is well known that at a certain stage CITV COUNCIL My God My wife and candidates with police then the bullet did its work and tho building in which the firo start- headquarters had melted The telephone stairway or J S CoMhk The caucus then at 515 oclock ad Â¬ of heart disease dropsy inevitably sets in The adjoining buildings were saved by - Wjrd Professor German See of Paris has long Then began a ed always thought to be fire proof linemen established stampede for J J Brooks r connections In a the window and frenzied Meanwhile the tho exertions of the firemen but The journed been experimenting with a view to dis- Â¬ burned liko a tinder box and the flames short time the rcof n I Waid Satn Rice ANOTHER STATESMAN GONE cover what element in milk rendered it rose hundreds of feet into the air A arrived and district telegraph linemen fire department had got a ladder up to Tribune building is a smoldering moss of kWard -- W B Smith after a vain endeavor to find the sixth floor and from there thirty or rums lhe Tribune loses its entire tiles r Ward J W Caperlon 1 second alarm was rung in at 830 and H Pendleton ExOIInlster to such an admirable agent to stimulate tho loses the cause an open circuit they asked forty men were of the C kidneys increase the flow therefrom and IT Gleerdeaf Tuesday night when the apparatus responded to this permissionofto take down the electric ing and landed taken outfirma build-Â¬ Hitchcock the court stenographer for a George Germany Died In Brnssels the evidence in all the cases takon First was needed on terra fl Those A little after T e of meeting nioro such great service in - month Brcs3els Nov 20 Hon George H henco prove ofconviction which who were on the roof dared not descend number of years in the District court oclock a third alarm was sent out and clock L C he ar- Â¬ and several jumped to the roofs of ad-Â¬ The Tribune job printing company is Pendleton ex minister of the United dropsies The lialf an hour there was issued a gen- Â¬ in When this was done it was discovered CITV COfRT rived at was that the one important eleÂ¬ Â¬ alarm which brought apparatus that the wires connecting with the clock joining buildings and escaped with a among the heaviest sufferers jas it loses a eral States to Ger number of valuable presses its full com- Â¬ 7 jo A C Rice many died in this ment is sugar of milk Acting on that from Cambridge Somernlle and Chel- Â¬ were burned completely away and that Jew bruises the A nci W S Moberley theory ho selected twenty fivo patients Dr Olson president of the University plement of typo and its bindery In cal- Â¬ citybunday night sea the interior of the clock as well a3 the of Dakota at Vermillion was among bindery were destroyed all the court - ia J D- - Fet Hey From the building of Brown Durrell Since tlie death of with heart disease in all of which there endars that were to bo distributed Tues- Â¬ -- e ot holding court First Saturday T his wife two years was more or less dropsy To each he Company where the fire caught it part of the wall against which it was these on the roof and seeing all means day next which in e - month for civH buifles spread across the street and back through placed was schorched and charred of escape cut off he essayed to jump to setting cases for will causo trouble in ngo Mr Pendle- Â¬ gave 100 grammes of the sugar of milk the December term Trcafurer J Stone Walker C ton has been a tho burning building into Chauncev Nothing but the merest accident had an adjoining building He slipped and The loss can be roughly estimated dissolved at SsSsiljSYsft C i I olicttor J L Baxter fell to the ledge of the window on tlie street In a few minutes it had extend- Â¬ saved the city halL jr5 changed man a day these cases in two quarts of water 20000 insurance least at 10000 a marked effect on the Soon a messenger from a jewelry store sixth story and from there to the She was killed in In all ed along Cliauncey street on the left Brewer and Cross Carlton lose A1T0KNEYS hand side eating into the building next in Court street appeared with the intelli- Â¬ ground lie fell head foremost and was Hart a runaway acci- Â¬ kidneys was felt within twenty four toÂ¬ The to it on the south occupied by Cluett gence that his clock hod stopped at lhe instantly killed every bone in his body valuable law libraries their real estate dent in Central forty fivo hours aid the dropsies di offices Jose nothing but furniture park New York minished rapidly and after a series of E T BURNAM F Koon Company and m less than ten same time 648 oclock and the watch- Â¬ being broken Booth the leal bank man loses be Â¬ J F Igoe night operater for the As- Â¬ minutes was forcing its way through man who sleeps sSSV mpA city her husband treatment lasting from six to eight days all night in the store sociated Press stuck tohis post until it tween 10000 and S15000 covered by YS- - A T LA W A TTORXE the next stone building occupied by had liard oeing in uennany almost all such swellings disappeared work to put out the blazo was too late to escape He was fright- Â¬ insurance KSKTUCKY Williams at the time The This discovery is regarded as one of the Company on the next cor- Â¬ R IIMOND Chief Stetson charges that the loss of ttiiifiEivsfasuiv caused by the burning out of the wires fully burned about the head and in his shock of her sud- ner south oeo b pekdletox den and terrible most important which has been made in From the other side it took hold almost It seems that the Time companys agony he too jumped from the burning life is due to the absence of proper fire No 11 Bar nams JJaikUng First escapes the medical world for years New York 3- on his health death had at once upon the buildings on Rowe wire with twenty four others enters the building and was Killed There was some apparently unaccount Â¬ Some days an influence reported that Mr Telegram Agent Miles of the Associated Press ago it was place at the lower end Tho wind city messengers office at city hall in one able delay in turning in the alarm for Pendleton was dangerously ill but his favored the supposition that the whole cable Any extraordinary current forced whoso home is in Detroit Mich attfmpt the J A sl LLIVAX department ou evening Another Louserlty Table south cove and the wholesale district through it would cause the connections ed to follow Igoc but fell back into the and fire arrived on theSaturdayit seemed son said that it was only a passing indis-Â¬ A TTORXE Y A T LA V ground crater of flame and was burned to a to bethey long timer before they got to position He was mistaken From statistics gathered by a promi- Â¬ was doomed On the east side of to a burn out Kentucky Cliauncey street the buildings all of Â¬ Vircrisp Rhm int The rendleton family was a general cause of com- Â¬ ginia Edmund Pendleton came from of nent life insurance company it appears The fire starting from an ignited Mdton A Pickett a reporter for Tho work byThis spectators icing one them mammoth structures i were occu- Â¬ occupation most conducive to lon Â¬ ment the inde-- the fjfcnn First S4ivewme an formerly oc pied as wholesale houses in the drygoods switchboard of the Time company at Pioneer Press whoso office was in The In an interview Chief Stetson talked the signers of the declaration of Ohio gevity is that of merchants Next to 16- y louiily Jtirige Miller and fancy goods trade and every effort 648 oclock would because of the admirÂ¬ Tribune building was caught with a as follows on the subject Eendence For two generations the these in expectation of life come farm Â¬ have was made to keep them from igniting able construction of the building in companion named Pierce on the stairÂ¬ s POWELL In the first place there was some reputation the family blood sustained the ers then follow in succession doctors Gentleman of the At the intersection of Rowe place with which it was located be more than likely way and there they were roasted to unpardonable delay in sending in tho the great building of daflin Larra to burn half an hour or more before death and subsequently crushed to a alarm I had no knowledge that there George was his nickname which was in lawyers clergymen shop keepers and TTORXE Y A TLA IV pulp by falling timbers itself a personal tribute to his personal hotel keepers It may be mentioned that bee it Company a number of engines While the fire was at its height J Mc was a firo until it had made such head Â¬ graces of manner R hiund Kentucky were massed holding the fire allanlly f being discovered among hotel and saloon keepers brewers way Cincinnati Cutcheon appeared in one of the win Â¬ man that it could not be checked The in check until the big stone building of and wholesale liquor dealers the deaths THE CITY OF SHOES who pulled the alarm box was so O Mr Pendleton was bom in dows of the composing room and jumped 25 1825 He received an acad-Â¬ from consumption heart disease and July S Williams Company on Chauncey r on SecoiMl Street did not do Lynn Mass a 85000000 to 810- - into a net held by tlie firemen below excited that ahecall for police it properly emic education studied law and was ad- Â¬ zymotic diseases are comparatively lias street- - and Rowe place ignited when instead of few He was Tlie weight of his body carried the net and sent in he did 000030 rire finding a fierce conflagration in their fire This three times as the mitted to the bar in Cincinnati rate for nervous diseases and DENTAL SURGERY rear they had to hurry up Rowe place Lynn Mass Nos 27 Fire broke out to the stone pavement and he died in a records at police headquarters will show a member of the state senate in 1854 5Â¬ whilo theof tho liver is extremely high diseases Dembeing picked up at 1155 a m Tuesday in Mowers build few moments afterafter he jumped an- Â¬ Finally the proper alarm came in and I and was elected to congress on the 1865 Brokers follow hotel keepers as regards A WILKES SMITll 1856 serving until A few minutes block on the wtet side of Chauncey ing on Almont 6treet And in a few min-Â¬ arrived on the ground shortly after I ocratic ticket in of the committee on average length appeared at a window on took in the He was a member of life and then mechan- Â¬ street rms euort was xunie ana uie utes had become uncontrollable A high other printer side of XTAL SUItGEOtf k the opposite the rooms He was sending in situation at once and after military affairs during each term and in ics Herald of Health fire stole across t a general alarm gave my at- Â¬ the Thirty eighth congress served on the R iMoxn - Kentucky Just before this while a small army of wind was blowing and showers of cin- Â¬ told to wait a moment and a ladder tention to rescuing those poor fellows would bo sent up to him He appeared committee of ways and means and as f Seasick Smith BIWhk Main StreeL Office firemen were striving to save Chauncey ders and blazing brands were blown to crazed by fright however and instead awuy up iu tuo composing room committee on street the hot air generated by tho fire the roofs of other buildings Soon it be- Â¬ i i Of what importance is a building chairman of tho special iiiiHMM4i3wiiHrri Only ono who has gone below when of waiting pulled a revolver andplacing admitting members of the cabinet to the raging in the rear blew out the entire came evident that an awful conflagration when some twenty human lives are at floor of the house of representatives Ho the wind did blow and there paid trib- Â¬ Â¬ Firemen fought brave tlie muzzle to his head fired The reMORGAN D D - glass front of No 72 Chauncey street was unavoidable all day and far into the port was heard in the street and the man stake I gave my personal attention to was nominated for the vice presidency ute to Neptune knows anything about occupied by Wright Brothers dealers in ly and untiringly tlie manipulation of the ladders and left skina and furs Firemen were in the night to save Homes lives ana property was seen to drop to tlie floor His name the supervision of the steamers to my as- Â¬ on the ticket with George B McCIellan tho suffering of a seasick person RIC11MOXD KENTUCKY 1804 could not be learned He was appointed Mr Denton in Ws Collectors Ram Â¬ building with a line of hose and were men to do all for president in And from Neighboring Town It was rumored that another man had sistants calling out to the on the seventh United States minister to Germany by bles tells of lying in tho bunk of a Pa- Â¬ literally blown out into the street One they could to rescue those Aid was sent from Boston Salem and also shot himself but this report could 1885 cific steamer and hearing a seasick man floor I ordered tho ladder run up The President Cleveland in TVe Vnln Street ever MadtseB NiiUoiml of them named Manning was cut and all surrounding towns and at last the not be verified E k 3- torn in a frightful manner His eyes furious flames were under control boys worked with a wflL We planted above him soliloquize about his foolish- Â¬ Caused by Apoplexy but There are doubtless several people in the ladder opposite a window where were forced out of his head Brusseis Nov 27 Hon George H ness in leaving home CUEED D D S 1040 a m the massive Wellington only after one square mile liad been the ruin but just how many will not bo there were a number of men looking out At I cant see ho was saying to him Pendleton succumbed to a stroke of apo Â¬ building at Cliauncey and Bedford streets burned over and between 5000000 and knovyn until the debris is rem ved it up The 10000000 worth of property swept Tlie following is a complete list of the and began to run way and wetelegraph plexy His death occurred in the Hotel eelf whaton earth ever putit into your K1RKSX IILE KENTUCKY caught The building was occupied by away were in tlie lostpre dead and injured so far as can be ascer- Â¬ wires time trying to Com- Â¬ Company Lawrence Pierce cious avoid them Then Bellevue where he had been lying sick head to go away from home You may tained Eight Thousand Homeless pany and other dry goods commission for six weeks His two daughters were do well enough in Honolulu but oh r got entangled Finnelt roalilpnce Everything firms The building was flooded with Tlie dead are Milton Pickett assist our ropes did finally get in the wires present when he died Prominent manufacturers are of the The funeral youll dio before you get there Charlie When we the ladder up fT in Minis iiUi rfevMHi city editor of The Pioneer Press water In this building was located the opinion that the total loss will be be ant services will be held in the op to its proper place the heat had driven church on Wednesday next Protestant you fool if you ever get home again James i igoc Associated iTcss tween 5000000 and 10000000 The fig lace concern of Shoniger Moses The body you stay there the printers further over toward the Youths Companion IHYSICIANS Company number of burned buildings was 296 of erator Company William Bloom the building so we had to take will remain in the church for several Edward Olsen president of the Uni comer of move woolens George F Seara Coln Alte wliich forty two were brick blocks 112 days and will bo taken thence to it down it further down the street Practical Bather Than ScntlmentaL RJ M POYxNTZ mus Company and several other largo wooden buddings used for business pur-Â¬ versity of South Dakota at Vermillion and run it up again encountering tho America Jerry Jenkmson a printer Do you remember when and where firms whilo on the Avon place corner poses and 142 dwellings occupied by 164 same difficulty as before in the interfer WHITES VS BLACKS Robert McCutcheon a printer PII1SICIAN AND SURGEON wo first met I heard a loving wife ask was located the M ount Vernon National families Tho number of laboring peo- Â¬ of the But we reached tho W 1L Millman commercial editor of ence at last wires saved all who had not Bloody Encounter on Board an Arkansas her husband Companys ple thrown out of work is estimated at Certainly my dear men R imosd and Kentucky bank Farley Harvey The Tribune gentlemens furnishing establishment on 8000 and 200 families arc homeless jumped to the Passenger Train Ill wager you dont sho said I dont Walter E Miles operator and ajront of yet Meantime tho ground It was a terrible spectacle as the fire Chauncey street was in flames shortly steamers had begun The first LrrxLE Rock Ark Nov 29 A seri- Â¬ believe you can tell me now iMfaal uxt to VliitQ 8Dru6 regressed and destroyed building after tho Associated Press before 11 oclock E Tho injured are William Lawn a their work Unfortunately steamer No ous encounter between negro passengers time I met you ho said quite readily structures built with all 10 blew out her air chamber and caused and the white crew of a train that left At 1180 tho fire was well in hand and uilding and was at a charity ball at tho hands halL J W LVANSSLDS confined wholly to the block i on the modern safeguards against fire could not printer burned on printer and face But wo soon got the hero Saturday took place at Taltic Sun- Â¬ burned hands a short delay E C Andrews So it was she said quite pleased it corner of Chauncey and Bedford streets resist tho tremendous volume of flame streams flowing and doing good work day One negro was killed and others Pin SCAX ANDSURGEON and that opposite to the westward occu Â¬ any more than an ordinary wooden and face E Worden printer burned It is a very easy matter to criticise tho fatally wounded The disturbance was is very nice to know you remember so George wliich a thin lino of Company dwelling from Ri iiMovp fire department and accuse them of begun by a negro who attempted to set welL And when she left tho room he Kentucky pied by More Larrabee George P Frost Company and Farley smoke would be visible at one moment hands and face duty and tardiness Frank Gerbcr a deaf mute printer negligence of like to ask the of action a brake between the stations Tlie brake turned to me and said For heavens while a few minutes later a pile of ashes Company Harvey but I would critics what mens indifference was the signal for a sake dont say anything but I remem- --Second Street marked the Bpot where the building hands and face burned rT The eeojiraphy of the fire is as follows they would same circumAdam Weishemirc printer hurt about stances Indo under thethe department Â¬ fierce conflict in wliich pistols knives Lber because that night some fellow stood Starting in the six story building owned my opinion and clubs were used The negroes are walked off with an S0 overcoat of mine R T 1 TAYLOR Through the associated charities many hips Company and by Jordon Marsh under Charles A Williams managing editor did all that could be done loss the cir- Â¬ making such threats that greater vio- Â¬ and I had to go home without any San ct Company families were furnished lodging Tues- Â¬ accupied by Brown Durrell cumstances I charge the of life to lence is feared The United mar- Â¬ Practitioner in Medicine and Snrjery dryTjoods dealer at Bedford and King Â¬ day night in rooms hired at lodging and of The Tribune badly burned about the owners of the budding who failed to shal has provided guards States the Francisco Chronicle for all hot soup bead and face houses and rations and ston streets it spread to proper Ri hmosc Kentucky leather exchange building the shoo largo dwelling and bread are beingofserved to AV H Williams foreman coniposins provideBlethen firo escapes trains the road being in the hands of a crackers Or Inferior Slake another Mr proprietor of The Tri- Â¬ by the court structure adjoining on Bedford all in need of food As soon as some room badly burned about face and bune said that his loss would be about receiver appointed John said Mrs Wiggins I think Tie Swoud S feet over Dykes Grocery granite street thence across Bedfora street to the plan for assistance can be devised the landsH Jones Pioneer Press reporter England Beslsts Portugal in Africa 250000 insurance 125000 fetn t 3- we had better change our ico man S corner thence across Kingston street work of providing for destitute families hands and face slightly burned Tlie paper was issued as usual yester- Â¬ London Nov 27 The Pall Mall Ga Why my dear Doesnt Mr Freezer will progressrapidur along- Bedford to Chauncey street and DR JOHN JL FOSTER Frank Hoover printer burned about day The St Paul Globe giving the use zette publishes a todispatch from Prime give full weight where it was toppd in the storeeof of its presses Minister Salisbury the British minister CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS Yes but his ice melts so quickly the neck Company the upper Farley Harvey PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON Tlie Minneapolis Typographical Union at Lisbon ordering the latter to protest long the wa Â¬ All stories of which were burned Correspondence Between Gen It T John Â¬ ter night burning steamers threw ruins No 42 met yesterday afternoon in Labor against the Portuguese proclamation Harpers Bazar Ri timsp and smoking on the Kentucky Three stores alone Cliauncey street temple to take action on the calamity of claiming countries north and south of ston and Senator Butler without cessation The that purnea -- t i resot tiT Mam k J toward Hummer were birctrb uw un we Columbia S C Nov 27 Gen Brad- Â¬Â¬ on duty during the night forcerelievedwas lutions was appointedcommittee on theirÂ¬ the Jambezi river in Africa Lord Salisa PRICES CURRENT by Saturday night A was JtpMii juiiurs ley T Johnston of Baltimore who com another and the good work went on un Â¬ and pending rnitleneeat or Main and Tales souuisiuooi 3euiuru bury says that Alashona landwhich is 3- jumped across Kingston street from report the recording secretary began part ot the territory referred to in the Bevlew of the Money Stocks and Cattle the Con- Â¬ ceasingly A few spectators stood collecting evidence regarding the repeat Â¬ Portuguese proclamationis under Brit Â¬ Companys to a big manded the Maryland line in Brown Durrell Quotations for Nor 30 and as DRPIIIL ROBERTS building owned by F L Ames federate army has written a letter to around during tho entire night the east ed efforts of the men to have fire escapes ish protection sandstone Wall Street New York Money closed soon a3 light began to dawn in offered at 8 per cent Currency sixes lViU and occupied by Taylor Brothers and United States Senator M C Butler of others came so that as early as 8 oclock placed on tho building and to placo PinsiCIANANDSURGEON a bid fours coupon 127 bid halts uch evidence at the disposition of the The great granite this state in reference to the action of there was a considerable crowd on hand this was consulted Wire WhlpperY5nlpped 105 bid Ri iimosd roner Kentucky building known as the Nenns block at Patterson Post No 88 G A R in ob- Â¬ As the day advanced and the light Anderson Ind Nov 27 At Elwood doThe stock market this morning was mod Â¬ the corner of Cliauncey street was the jecting to the erection of Confedcrato became more distinct the completeness a small village near rtre lives T J erately active and weak with Chicago Gas r ffl e -- At wines Drnc Store one and the victim for Myerly who is accused of whipping his Sugar Atchison Reading Richmond and THE AGONV OYER earner air jriitw HairtwjrxTmlors UtTer hi nro- - nextblock clear the flamesRowe place en-- monuments by the Maryland regiment of the wreck becamefloors and given to After recounting the circumstances Gen evident The upper more had more around iev- ni service S-wife Monday night 1 yerly answered a Union ti the puulie itire Congressman Beed Selected for the knock at his door and was seized by five West Point WesternCincinnati Union Pacific tnvt was consumed Chicago and St Paul Cleveland way and their weight together with tho Jolinston says Speaker of the Kext House AV T SEXSM1TH JL J3 Crossing Chauncey street the fire soon to the outskirts of St Louis the features Chicago Gas contin- Â¬ If my advice is taken they will re- job presst s and heavy iron safes had WAsmxerrON Dec 2 The floor of tho masked mento taken tied a tree and beaten with ued to attract tho greatest speculative inter- Â¬ town all before it into a confused spot if PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON are enclosed in Exeter place a small move their monument andwill no duly carried the basement Here and there house presented a busy scene Saturday switches and boards until he was insensi Â¬ est In the flnt hour the price dropped 5 mass in cent Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago and running from Harrison avenue to can be found here where it at be SKftrTStreet Wmrr Hall - - morning as early ble and covered with blood It was a gcr Louis dropped 0U per cent by midday Eutaw an iron girder remained in position but Chauncey street Here the firemen got honored we will place it most brutal outrage nd the perpetrators and Sugar Trusts o The weakness in tho so insecurely fixed that it appeared that as 10 oclock alÂ¬ control At Rowe place the fire was Springs where another regiment of but a slight jar would be required to though noon was will be prosecuted as soon as Myerly is securities named caused the whole list to de Â¬ fferjlil proteKstnual rrVlfeato the pub- partially checked from going towaid Maryland rebels mode their mark in send it crashing to the bottom A few cline and at tht close the general list was K the hour fixed for able to appear years gone by Essex street but quickly moved toward to 2 per cent below yesterdays closing fig-Â¬ the meeting of the Information observation and reflec- Â¬ of these girders were bent and twisted ures notwithstanding the fact that the the opposite ide to the immense Allen tion for twenty four years have con out of shape by the heat and the heavy R M LETOUeX Ont of Mischief Keeps nim caucus which was bonk statement showed an increase in the reÂ¬ and Larrabee buildings occupying the One of the busiest men in Boston is a serves of S40RCM to decide who vinced me that the war would never masses that fell upon them from above The sales for the day square between Bedf ord Btreet Harrison PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON should preside gentleman whose offico ia situated not amounted to 2W300 shares the exÂ¬ It had been hoped that the solidity of avenue extension nd Exeter place at have leen waged against was insouth and the first floor supported as it was by over tho delibera Â¬ far from Treraont house He is the busi Â¬ Atchison it IVKHMOSD KENTUCKY wMchipoint their further progresiwas cept for the profit there 05 84V Mich Cent Â¬ iron postaand girders tions of the house ness representative of a New York pub Â¬ 104 106 that the agitation against us is carried heavythe overlying mass andwould sup- Â¬ N Y Cent checked port thus pro during tho Rf ty lishing house and also of a Philadelphia CL C CL ow X Northwestern 1185 on since only for the pensions that are to The loss is OB tect the presses in the basement But Miss Orst congress Ohio Deb Hudson StnlUiJIIldlngaliitrecU 38-- The fire raged estimated at 1000000t begot 2lk for six hours and the Pacific Man W S3tf M erasers assem Â¬ magazine besides this he furnishes mat Â¬ D L The war was a contractors war and an examination of the ruins proved tho T burned district extends over two acres of 275 Rock Island probable delusiveness of this hope ter regularly to four other journalistic Erie 97K IT w iTTOar bled in groqpautp LXkJIAIlj1U7LlJ STOund which was covered with struct- - the agitation is a bounty pension agita - Everything ha given way before the 68JJ 105X St Paul Jl U trying to patent an im Â¬ Lake Shore enterprises tion In the days or trial tliat will sure- stupendous weight fWtjtfmWZvMM slayer nesii 84 Western Union Sift PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON and the basement tiffiOv and tho proved kitchen utensil is thinking of Brown 1 come when belief m God and huth was piled full of the heavy debris of seen bursting Ril iimond Kentucky building at from the topand the thomas b heed fncnasirttwi rarr bringing out a volume of pooms has just CIncInnatL Kingston i and justice and right must stand spinst Bedford Tlie vaults in the newspaper offices ap Â¬ ious candidates were earnest iatiixef wship of Mammon lust of begun work on some encyclopedia elevator Wheat 7278c Hmtlh Ilalldlns on Main 8treet streets It was over the peared to be in good condition and un- Â¬ forto toadtothwttengtboiiheiriasQS epc ill auentlou irlven lo tnlcnMcoDleal and and nrobablv originated in the shaft I greediness of materialism m defense of less the heat was too intense Corn 303afc articles and is about to bo married - j the con- Â¬ thn netots oi tue people acainsi uie Wool Unwashed fine merino 18319c rranrsi examlnallousof tissues Hud Holds Ifm i tents will be found to be in a good state 5- i lie Human body to order byiSec With all these things he manages to at-t bIood combing 2324c medium delaine The caucus was called -r ua um-- t r- - wr of the rimtoccy- - then the whole of preservation The walk are cracked j ner wno aouueu Juuciuau retarv McComas Mr Cannon of Illi lend to miray other business enterprises and clotlnhz 425c braid lSa0c medium ID pmuq sA a f i x i but little and in the opinion of Chief nois hoids Qyor as chairman of thacau- - j whenever they come in his way Boston combing 2l25c fleece washed fine merino C S HOLTONi from Vluch the great fire of ISami e TCandXX 2S329c medium clothing 30 Stetson there is no danger of their fall- Â¬ CUS 1UUIJ - uf ua n a4 iHojnf sTvi Advertiser Uk VH3W VV ln uj iwuiuu Homeopilhic Physician and SargcoB- - - sounded The latter fire started at r Sic delaine fleece 30231c probably drew a much thn aruv kimihln ha retiredw4iiViyJ iviandMriHcnfering and peverty tesuned their devo ing Tlie ruins Sunday Kingston and Summer streets Hat Choice timotEy sells at 1L501300 Richmond Kentucky than did tlie dersoivflf nihioiajwa3 ehedjcbairraaiu Tandcrbtlts Chandelier liberty to order to truth and larger crowd per ton prairie brings 7503900 straw This fire coming as it does on too of rion to churches It looked aa though every Â¬ The nrstjMme83inQraeryraajHjxiue William H Vanderbilt onco sent to 5XO600 right 50 to fimee over n M Brlithti Honra body liad turned out to witness the terri roll of members 1 VI a H 2 Paris for a chandelier for which he paid Cattle Good to choice butchers taOOQ m 40 n m Sneelal altentlrtn thegreat blaze at Lynn is a crashing Senator Butler Keply firo fiend This was esÂ¬ blo work of C ten tn rilaeane G5 fair nil diffi- - blow to many of tho smaller insurance 3033275 common S125Q175 if weuten nd The roll call developed the presence of 5000 It was very heavy andawkward Senator Butler has replied as follows pecially the the in the afternoon when case J iicIiioniecaies 1iHlentH treated than jtna I would much rather bo the dead the sidewalks were lined with spectators 165 members four less the bouse entire looking The parts were screwed tc Blockers and feeders 2003300 heavy shfp-aw aim HiiuiL opulblc medicine at dlto companies and it is not at all unlikely Hoos Selected butchers and tnt that it will cause the suspension of not a lions whom this shaft was Intended to Mr -Republican strength in j wimsi gether in such a manner that the screw puiK au vv KWU pev ill cia from the building commemorate than the live animals for some distance standing room in and Mudd the contestant for Mr Coroptons heads showed plainly and though very few of them 363 common and rough packing fi00 the seat from the Fifth Maryland district the overflow found Company carried practicing their heels against the Second middle of the streets The day wa3 Pigs Brown Durrell IUS JENN1NUS GIBSON and in one sense elegant it SKV flr tn mwl llt hr 1 KVfrS goods in stock to the value of upwards of Maryland regiment To my mind it ap- Â¬ warm enough for spring and the melted occupipd a seat on tba floorv but took no expensive 30070 did not pliaso tho New York millionaire Sheep 30a5oa partj in tho proceedings total pears almost fiendish The hyena is the snow 800000 and the stock will be a Physicians and Sargeses together with the water thrown Lahbs 350573 The first business transacted wan the Ho sent it to a store in New York offered most cowardly of all- - wild beasts and about by the fire engines made a mix- Â¬ leas Insurance to the amount of 678 Richmond adoption of a resolution that the ballot Â¬ it for 2500 ior which price it went Kentucky 000 was carried on this stock the graves of yet the most ferocious in consistency of mortar on ing for speakership shouldbe open Chicago the Company begging and St was finally sold in this Walker Stetson Sawyer the dead He has a counterpart I ture about Hoos Wsht aG0f3370 mixed 355Q By previous agreement tho usual pre- city for 400 and now hangs in tho parÂ¬ OOIre Main street orer Wallaces rtlce about 250000 in Â¬ think in the Abo Patterson Post and the sidewalks and in tho Btrects fact that hosiery jobbers loss 375 heavy SG0385 It was a generally accepted slww Mure Sl 00 Governor Beaver is not far behind them bodies were buried beneath that hertero sentation speeches were omitted- and the lor of a prominent gentleman here surance 200000 Cattle Extra beeves S450fi15 steers invadinetho craves of the dead Mary-- genius mass but how many no ono nomination of a speaker was immediate Washington Post 3 00450 cows bolls and mixed un ine Auea ouiiuujjj uro uounuiwo in 123 j AEAULTZ - thavaluojjf the buflding450 J landers He is strongly in favor of the could tell Chief Stetson and the other ly entered into The candidatea were 150000 380 stockera and feeders LOO200 Sheep noo government making an appropriation to members of tlie firo department appear Reod of Maine McKinley of Ohio Can 00335 Vses of Safes HYSlCJAyffRGEON non or Illinois uurrows or nuciuj Lambs 54 TogaOO There are about 200 firms burned out erect markers on the positions occupied doubt whether all the Foreman Dakota Slasher I sco tho Ri IIMOND Kentvcky sad one hundred agents of New York by the Confederate commands as a matÂ¬ ed tobuilding liad escaped inmates of and Henderson of Iowa Tho eecrei Chief of called the roll and the result was New York the big safe you spoke of has arrived md western firms have had their head Â¬ ter of history who has handled many Wheat No 1 red wintf r 85385c JanÂ¬ mer Yes had it hoisted in this morning K w MJln etreet Baruatn A government appropriation you Police Brackett thought there could not 78 McKiplpy 89 Cannon 22 Burrows destroyed quarters uary 84c fires in the past Jo- ciant HuiMlng HpsUIrs The seventv iiino insurance companies see covers all the objections to treason be more than two or three bodies buried 10 Hendewon 16 was at once taken Beauty aint it Ten feef square on tha Cors Mixed 43K43 A second ballot known to bo interested carry an aggre and disloyalty because there is a job in in the ruins Careful inquiry failod to foot thick solid iron I inside walla a Oats Kb 2 mixed 3Sf28Hc Decem Â¬ gate insurance of SSGOOUw on tno it for somebody in Pennsylvania Where show that anxious friends had made in- Â¬ which resulted aa follows Reed 85 just tell you nothing can go through ber 23c m 19 Henderson we have monuments to erect hereafter quiries for lost ones But one report of McKinley 88 Cannon twmJ nmnil Pittsburgh that 51zaWs5 Gas asi Stsan The origin of tlie fire is not definitely lets plant them on our own soil The a missing man could 1x3 traced to a relia Â¬ 14 Burrows 10 But you say you cant raise money to HoGSr All grades from 3 60 f 05 Theannouncernentof the vote which presence of monuments to worthy and ble source that camo from Burke Known out is generally awiDuwu n m SiiEEP Extra gave Mr Reed the Republican nomina Â¬ pay the printers what do you want of a 50020 good 460 gallant Federal soldiers in our midst 480 fair common 200A600 ump Renaltin a Specialty AH slectric wires m it seeasedas if the tene Â¬ will not give us the nightmare or de OBrien who said a roan who had work Â¬ tion for speaker was greeted with ap big safe like thatT About 11 a Â¬ fLOOilfi Lambs iiU of pumps krpt at Ga Works ed for him had disappeared and he fearOh that isnt to put money in Ita ment houses on Columbia street must go tract from the Bacredness of onr rnesw ed lus body would be found in the ruins plause and that gentleman returned his iutinii LeavinJepiaifcaajza and their ocoupaata began to move out riak or the imperishable renown of our Tho elevator man who was reported tnanKS jn Rnu uiuBpwcu Toledo for me to get into when my great reform WJilteB untJ JiWe Tho dead In exeat hurrv and confusion Jfejr York Weekly rCF8sado artf fin t SBtfv missing turned up safe dnrinjrtfaeday jeeae was oae f DIRECTORY r AGRCT1E Horrible Hokanst l bn UfeaSIJ I I I J HH Mf M I - NUMBER 25 THE PALACE k NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE II I H -- NEW AND STYLISH ia FALL DRESS GOODS r i Tfr ire hau io Suit Sit Queens taste CO Queens pocket book is But a nut SCO- - essaryto lray them y o o o pq CO THE PALACE -- s- -- QUOTES PRICES THAT- - Ggk flMMraffift Cant Be Considered High IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE r LOWEST POSSIBLE Cloaks asd Jackets lo Jlt Si Every Taste t Sr - THE PALACE HAS A BIG LINE OF l JU i BOOTS ASD SHOES for which it has no room and they must go - i O o HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE I RODBSDALB THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS 1 Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be old on lollowinc terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance In install Â¬ ments of S15Q on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G VhMe8eere tary of the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the money No interest will tie charged on the purchase money until after the expiratioB nf 14 months from dnte ofale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged m the purchase money remaining unpaid By this method parties ran buy and pay for a good lot nt a small price on easy term without interest and free el eky tax Any young matt In Richmond can buy one or more of these Iota and pay for It without feeling the burden In the very near future this property wilt le worth much more tlmn it is now selling at The city is rapidly extending Ih that direction and will ultimately absorb Rmlesdale For further Information eall ou W G White E V Wiqcuns or Stkiiiek D Pakiusii Richmond Ky 48- Â¬ Â¬ four-and-- THE BEAUTIFUL ORIENT o Eh GQ JR wmavrr CBQ LN -- a 1 Q 55 QQ exo Pk 1R i ji SVSkSSiStL I- D3iei3 TJj re irl CX3 o H CO O oo to tn clilAf IS O - -- He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them mo C3 Mccarty 0 TO fBniWiedoH IPOIrPIES- THOMAS BAYRES V- nttla Carpenters Work I am prepared to do all kind ef Carpenters work innret clftfs styles Ami estimate ahettJ Real Estate and General Collecting Agency attention paid safe and exsMpeesC Real Etac and cgtkctfcM9fkfrdfccoi 47 Â¬ f2535 WgtCafe8teTeba JSMeal tfc T t - -- - 52 V tcJr SV HHSWp- - MflfcS - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON HAVRE DE GRACE A 3Iarjland Town with Interesting Scr ronndings Ancient and Jlodern - - Editor grandmother of the editor returned on horsebaok for a visit after a residence of many years near Foxtown Her way was through Cumberland Gap aud by Richmond Washington aud She was accompanied by Baltimore her brother who came outto Kentucty on a visit and of course horseback Af Â¬ ter a years visit she returned to Fox town Women must have been made of more enduring material then than now How did she get to Kentucky in the first place Why in a wagon to Pittsburg down tiie Oho in a flat boat to Miijsvllle and thence by the same wagon across the country There are yet fair forms but not fragile ones about the old home that would render a wager against a repetition oi an equestrienne journey to Kentucky an unsafe tiling On the old farm stands a cherry tree that is as old as it is large Nearly ten feet around it was a grown tree during the war of 1812 and at its root a col onist named Green buried Ids money when a squadron of the British fleet approacbedllie town HISTORIC NAMES by resides Col Rodgers son-in-la- CONCERNING FARMERS J L Cogar has boughtlOOOObnshels of wheat this week at 150 per barrel Midway Clipper In Buenos Ayres many districts report scarcity of rain and short wheat crop but the millers expect a declfue in the the wheat owing to importa- Â¬ tions The farm of he late John Brooks containing 40G acres of laud in Wood ford county was sold at Commission ers sale Wednesday to his three sons at 10S per aere Â¬ Â¬ J PUBLISHED EVEKT wnNESDXT BT The Climax Printing Wm Co G White Chas S Powell TRICE rER TEAR DEC 4 150 1SS9 WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket WK COUNTY JUDGE The editor of the Umax recently spent several days at and near the pretty town of Havre de Grace which Is situated at the head of Chesapeake Bay and mouth of the SuMjuehanna River The town has only about 2500 people and is not the county seat but ix nevertheless a place of importance A chief feature ii its stone pavements great squares of fctone full width of the Â¬ delivered Â¬ JOHN a CHENAULT FOR COOJiTV CKEKK lu WHILL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J A SULLIVAN FOR SHERIFF J W BALES FOR JAILER JOHN F WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR JuELTEMBRY FK StfPBRINTBNnBKT SCHOOLS MRS A T JMIIJJON FOR SURVEYOR J 1 A G WILLIAMSON FOR COHONRR B DUD MILLER Election First Monday in August 1S90 of Col SSSSrrTToung died in Jessamine county Thursday aged 85 years Foraker will spend his spare lime of which he will soon hare pleiilj in collecting confederate flags for his private museum JertYbHlltfaeSther in free coinage of silver Congress will be asked to pass upon the question at St Louis resolved in favor of The National Silver Convention President Harrisons message to Congress yesterday at noon The Climax will give it in full with reports of Departments next week w6 sent TO REACH CAPITAL Tle Manufacturers Record of Baltimore the great friend of the South will Ie sent in special edition at an early day to every bank loan and trust company broker insurance company and financial institution in the United States Editor Edmonds is a Norfolk man and has the interests ofthe South at heart All persons and institutions desiring the attention of capitalists sltoukl correspond at once with the Manufacturers Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHAT SHALL THE HARVEST BE Judge H R French of Mt Sterling is a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals lie ought to be strong in Madison being in this Common Pleas Court District There are many who would like to see the county instruct for him But Hon George M Adams is a candidate He has a brother-in-lahere in Richmond and numerous friends who think the county should instruct for him And there is Mr J T Willis of n ilhamstown He is a candidate and the Postmaster of Richmond and all the other Willises and a great many more people in Madison are his kin people and they no doubt would object to any instruction except for him Mr F M Brinkley late a merchant of this place has long had his name in the Clerkship pot and naturally his relatives and friends are for him Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Be it known that Colonel Tom Toore of Frankfort the present eliicient Deputy wants the place and like a Texas man when he wants his pistol he wants it mighty bad There are those here and hereabouts who are ready and willing to see that the county go not against him f If i if Possibly there are yet other candidates with a finger in the Madi son county pie yea it is even probable that there are such As things might hang with any one of them if tother dear charmers wore away an instruction could be had but as they now stand the delegation will go unin structed THE DEMAXD FOR SOUTHERN COAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to it s The Birmingham Ala Daily Age mentions with gratification the large ami increasing demand fur Southern uoal It states that witli the extension of railway tracks in every direction to every coal pit and iron ore dejiosit within fifty miles of Birmingham and witli the rapid duplication of the vol ume of coal exhumed the demand still outgrows the supply The Georgia Faeific and six of leu other trunk lines complain of the impossibility of supply ing the extraordinary demand for the winters supply of coal coming from every shop and factory aud home in every valley and on every hillside In all the Southern States The burning of wood as fuel required now for cross ties and building is a lost art Well-to-dpeople everywhere use coal Jnsted However vast the depths of the strata of coal and however cheaply mined he demand eveu now ex Â¬ ceeds produotlon and prices of mineral lands steadily advance In market value The age says as a necessary consequence new mines will be rapidly opened and will soon be xbown how rich and valuable are the coal fields of Alabama It believes that lite coal fields about Birmingham will aoon command a hleh prices as those abont Pittsburg Pa averaging there 1000 an acre Baltimore Sun o With Kentuckys vast fields of superior coal has she not a grand future Let the railroads make all possible speed into the mountains Not only the western world is wailing for our excellent coals but Europe wants cannel coaluch as Broathitt and the counties beyond afford A year hence and successive train loads of coal will be rolling through Richmond Â¬ to less favored fields One thousand two hundred flue tur Â¬ Hard a son keys were shipped by Melear Fidler of Commodore Rodgers of the U Si last Saturday to Smith Oweii Navy nud of the distin- Â¬ the same parties shipped yesterday guished Commodore Perry whose sig Â¬ 1000 turkeys to New York The prices - Catarrli Cant lie Cured nal victory on Lake Erie during the paid were from 5 to C cents AnderWith Local Application as they war of 1812 was announced to Gen son Democrat can not rcacli the disuse aud in order Harrison in these memorable word A W Buttons sale Tuesday was to cure it you have to take internal We have met the euemy and they are well attended Horses brought 100 to remedies Halls Catahkii Ciirk is PUMPING COAL Commodore Bodgers was the 135 tnirs mules from 0350 to 120 cow taken Internally nnd acts directly on A canal from away up alojg the blue first man to fire an American guu in S26 to 50 calves 11 per head hog- - the blood aud mucus surface Halls 1812 He was cruising along Juniata empties into the Hay at this the war of 275 per hundred corn S117J to SI 25 Cataicrii Cuke is no quack medicine polut The other day a canal h at the coast of Virginia even before war per barrel standing Mi Ssrilog It was piescribedoy oiieTofThe best was declared aud spying a boat iu the loaded with coal collided with i bridge physicians in the country fur years pier aud went down A wreckiug dim twilight signaled her The reply It is Shipments of wheat from India for ami is a regular prescription barge came to the rescue and with was a solid shot which was received Jiy composed of the best tonics known i Lfibt a powerful and cupaciuus Ills maTiiMiiastT He returned the com- Â¬ week ended November 2 to United combined with the best blood purifiers bus Continent steam pump pumped up the water and pliment with a broadside Next day Kingdom 540000 100000 bus For week ended October acting directly on the mucus suiface coal at one aud the same lime I lie lie discovered his autagouist was a 2G to United Kingdom 320000 bus The perfect combination of two ingre- Â¬ water going overboard and the coal British Continent 40000 bus For week ended dients Is what produces such wonderThe Commodores son Admiral John going into the barge The canal bout Rodgers brother of the Colonel com- Â¬ October 19 to United Kingdom 210000 ful results in curing catarrh was soon raised CO Props F J CHENEY manded the Weehawken in the second bus Continent 40000 bus DUCKS Toledo Ohio t lege at Fort Sumter aud jammed the In Cairo it is officially announced S SoId by Druggists 75e 21 25 Havre de Grace has for ages been a prow of his h oat almost against the that only 1500 acres in all Egypt will favorite resort for duck hunters from walls of the fort that he might be a be licensed this year for tobacco cul- Â¬ Louisville Tobacco Market the cities aud elsewhere The canvas little deeper in the fight than anybody ture as the increased taxatiou last Byutuver fc back grows to great perfection and Darrelt Louisville Tobacco else Off the coast of Georgia year failed to restrict the tobacco culWare House there are other kinds nearly as good during the late war the Weehawken Sales on our market for the past ture thus rendering a new measure But this year nlus is an oft oue for after a short but fierce and destructive imperative in order to create a large week just closed amount to 1639 hlnN ducks The heavy spring rains covered cannonading captured ttie Confederate iucrease iu the revenues from tobacco with receipts for the same period of 1 01 S the celery beds a kind of grass ou cruiser IThds ales on our market since JanAtlauta and among the prison- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 124655 hhds Sales which the ducks feed with mud and Thos C Jefferson of Lexington ers was Capt J the ducks have gone to fairer fields for now of Richmond A G Williamson bought of H D Watson and Henrv of the crop of 18SS cm our market to When the Admiral this date amount io513 hhds season Canvas backs tell at 4 to the The oflerlngs this week embraced 222 read the list of prisoners lie thought of Jefferson of Shannon the yearling colt 7 a pair according to supply aud de- Â¬ hhds an old naval cadet and midshipman by Bell Boy dam Miss Unknown by grades of new hurley and the belter sold very well while Iheconimon mand and frequently cannot be had at friend named Williamson so lie sent Sir Wullkill for a handsome price and grades continue dull nud low The all It is told of a Richmond lawyer for the Captain and asked him if he a few days since sold him to a Cali market has shown a little mote ani in Washington that upon looking over knew G G Williamson who died iu fornia party for 3250 Out of half mation on old hurley but no decided a bill of fare at a prominent hotel on the United States Navy He was my dozen of Bell Boys get first season improvement iu prices The following quotations fairly rep the Euroieau plan that his eye caught father replied the Captain That was this Is the only stud colt and U liKely resent our market ou Burley tobacco the rather large figures ut which a sufficient and the Admiral saw that he to briug big money at maturity crop of 18S8 plump canvas back could be obtained 1 rash Dark aud damaged tobacco was treated better than auyliody else The Liverpool Corn Trade News 53 He quietly remarked to u friend 1 00 to 300 while on board the Weehawken says From the statement exhibiting Colory Trash 300 to 500 I have eaten canvas hacks in my time By the way Captain Williamson has The Growth of the Grain Trade Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to but I cant say that lam fond of them the parchment commission of his father given in our Supplement after making 550 In fact I dont like em at all and I as Past Midshipman dated 1831 aud Colory Lugs G 00 to S00 dont see any use in ordering a thing signed by Andrew Jackson President a most liberal allowance for seed Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 wheat the figures which are official Medium lo good leaf 9 00 to 1500 that n fellow dont like Also his log book of the U S Cruiser showed that the total supply of wheat 15 00 to Select or wrappery leaf J11 the olden time a duck hunter North Carolina in a two years cruise both domestic and foreign available 2500 armed himself with a swivel gun iu the Mediterranean and elsewhere for consumption during the last cereal w eighing sixty pounds seven or eight The senior Williamson constructed a year amounted to 27400000 qrs Local Produce Markets while feel long and mounted on the bow of model for an iron clad boat but hedied the average quantity available iu the CORRECTKD WEEKLY BY COVINGTON his boat He was ready for them then soon thereafter 185C and the model re- preceeding seven years GROCERS MAIN DRO ARNOLD has been 26- STREET RICHMOND KY both a coinin an a gwlne Later mained at the navy yard near Nor- 300000 qrs Richmond Ky Dec 3 18S9 the ordinary shot gun was introduced folk It was this model that was used Beef Cattle Butcher K Owsley sold to Thomas E The law now prohibits the swivel gun by the Confederates in the construction J Hogs 3 253 5 Wood 14 feeders 1420 pounds at 3 j The hunter embarks in a small boat of their famous boat the Merrimac Sugar Cured Hams I4I5C barely large enough for him to lie down that more than held its own iu the his- Thomas E Wpod bought of C M Bacon Hams Country in it having wings extending from toric encounter with the Monitor in Jones 19 head of fat cattle at 3 Cured B I2I5C 15Q920C each side several feet wide to keep Hampton Roads Referring again to G Pennington bought of Dr S G Butter 1 50 1 752 00 off the waves Having anchored nu Col Rodgers he and his wife in the Hooker 300 barrels of com in the field Chickens Eggs IU20C Yiu Hubble sold recently Wheat merous wooden decoy ducks hard by declining years of their lives live hap- at 140 70c SJ he awaits the arrival of the mi live pily at their superb home where they to Duval of Missouri a Flour 25 dueKS J E Wright Corn per barrel are visited by many distinguished peo- Beechers jack for 000 Hay per 100 4O503 sold to Duvall of Missouri a cood Oats in sheaf lbs 100 lbs Certain points and sections of Chesa Â¬ ple per 40c for 350 and 100 weth jack I2C peake shores are held at high prices for Lard THREE WEDDINGS ers to Moreland Leeat3cts Stau Tallow duck shooting A tract of three or four 34C Beeswax I5joc hundred acres on Spesutia Island in A Danville special says The mar- ford Journal Feathers 2040 eight of Havre de Grace was sold re- Â¬ riage of Miss Sadie R Bright daughter About 500 persons attended Mr Meal iOOTOIC Oats per bushel cently for 35000 to a Philadelphia of the late John Bright of this county Horace Millers sale yesterday 2540C at Orchard Grass 75 club aud a club house will be erected to Mr T M King of Danville occurNew Forrest and a fine dinner was German Millet 1 50 In 1662 Col Utle of Virginia held a red at the First Presbyterian Church at served E erything brought satisfac Â¬ Timothy Seed 90 with the Susquehanna Indians 12 in to day Rev E M Greene D tory prices as viewed by the outsiders Clover Seed council 00 having feet lied there and ten years later D was the officiating minister The Shorthorn cattle sold better than usual Oats in sheaf 506s the council of the colony met at his bridesmaids were Misses Aunie Ijeat ti ranging from 50 to 140 and averag- Choice blue jrass seed Red top se d 00 liouse Soon after that the Island was ers Louisville Sue MoHenjy Owens- - ing about 60 Jennets sold for up Â¬ Sweet Potatoes 50 by British troops In noticing boro Mary TImberlake Shelby ville wards of 400 and mules from 140 to Irish Potatoes fortified 5 the bale editor McCombs of the Ue KallieKiiiR SophleBright and Sadie 160 Sheep S iambs 535 fat iKjWiou says How many ducks Cecil of Danville The gentlemen at Â¬ hog 434 per cwt Horse stock aud LIVE STOCK MABKET REPORT By have been shot from its chores and tendants were Drs J H Letcher and cows also sold well The day was Li V Slock GKKENB EM BUY Commission Merchants ntCluolu fish taken from its surrounding waters Harry Moore and Messrs William Du a rainy disugreeable one Bourbon nail Union Stock Yards and Covlugtou Stock Yards are beyond computation gau Nicholas McDowell R W East Â¬ News land and D M Logan The bridal FISII Cincinnati pmo Dec 2 1SS9 Has the cattle market reached the SHIPPING CATTLE Speaking of fish moves us to say that party and a large number of friends bottom is eagerly asked by those in- Â¬ Good to Extra 4 35 4 25 we do not expect auy but the most took dinner at the residence of the terested The question ia easier asked Fair to Good 3 75 4 00 credulous to believe what we shall say brides mother Mrs S B Bright on than answered The unprecedented Common and Rough 2 75 3 o Harrodburg avenue after which Mr concerning the fisheries at this point uood to bxtra Oxen 3 5 3 75 and Mrs via the Cincinnati low figures now brought by cattle in Oxen 2 75 3 o I have heard extravagant fish stories Southern King leftfor Washington City fine export condition is alarming to Fair to Good Rough 1 75 Common and railway 2 25 In connection witli this locality I re the cattle interests Daily the papers BUTCHER CATTLE marked to Mr Amos Mitchell a ven and New York contain notices of cattle being shipped Good to Extra 3 75 3 90 erable citizen of three score and ten 3 50 3 25 A Cynthiaua special says Accord- from Chicago to the large distilleries Fair to Good ob frosly winters who lives at Bay View ing to extra rat atecrs 3 3 25 announcement W T Liflerty to be fed on the slop Now the ques- Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 his ancestral home two miles from County Judge of this county aud Miss tion naturally arises will this importa- Â¬ uooci to extra cows 2 bQs 3 00 town Well you probably did not 2 50 2 25 Maude Ward daughter of Hon A H tion of western grazed cattle still fur Fair to Good Cows believe half you heard or hear half Ward Common Cows 1 50 2 00 were married at the Christian ther demoralize our home market 1 oo I 25 what there is to be told he replied Church this evening The outlook to say the least is not Rougli Cows and Oxen The church was BULLS He proceeded then to give me an idea handsomely the best and those now engaged in the decorated with of the fisheries 2 75 A seine six miles In flowers aud evergreens and was naturalÂ¬ trade take a gloomy look iulo its Best Shipping 3 00 crowdBest Bologna 2 30 2 25 length he continued is not an unued to its utmost capacity The bride future Danville Advocate Fair Bologna 2 25 2 io sual oue Jt is hauled iu with a steam 1 90 2 00 wore the customary veil while her at- Â¬ The Trades Display aud Carnival Fair to Good Feeders engine ami I have seen a thousand 1 75 2 00 tendants eight in number were attired Association of Augusta Ga has decid Common and Thin barrels of herrings taken at one haul FEEDERS AND STOCKERS iu pink aud white costumes cut deco ed to hold Its first carnival during the Good Extra Steers Tli ere are four hundred herrings to the f 3 25 3 40 lette The party was given a reception week or the annual exhibition of the Fair to Good Steers 2 6o 2 85 barrel aud they weigh from one half at the home of the brided parents GeorgiaPoultry nud Pet Stock Associ Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 50 to three fourths of a pound They are They will reside ou Webster avenue ation In January next It will cover Common and Thin Stockcrs 1 75 2 00 hauled away in wagons and shipped in this city COWS AND CALVES three days aud nights nnd will be an steamers aud on the cars Shad fish Â¬ 40 oo45 00 extensive affair The week of the Best Grades ing Is also extensive and profitable A Covington special says Fair to Good This 30 oo38 00 These fish weigh from five to ten evening at the Fourth street Christian poultry aud pet stock show will begin Common 12 O025 00 January 13 The carnival will be held Best Veal Calves pound and sell at 3 cents per pound 5 25 5 5 Church the Rev J J Morgan pastor on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fair to Goad AH this to n land lubber sounds Hsuy of the Second 5 00 4 75 Christian Church Lou- Â¬ of that week Tuesday and Common and Heavy 2 50 3 5 night there hut truth is stranger than fiction and isville was married to Miss Clara fishing at Havre de Grace is stranger Kercheval of this city In the presence will be a grand trades display In Select Butchers HOGS 3 7 3 So which every business house Â¬ limn it Is at Clays pond or Silver Creek of the congregation Professor 3 6c 3 70 J W try In Augusta will have a and Indus Fair totoGood Packers float Ou Good Extra Lights 3 6os 3 70 McGarvey ICE of Lexington officiating Wednesday night there will be a bril- Light Pigs 3 4 3 50 When the river freezes over includ Mr Morgan and bride took the night liant carnival display grotesque lovely SPRING LAMBS ing a large portion of the upper end of train for Louisville 6 o and gorgeous Thursday night there Extra- 5 75 the bay then ice boats or sleds pro- Â¬ will be a grand carnival ball for the POMPEYS PILLAR pelled by means of sIIs glide swiftly strangers In the city Each day there to and fro Immense Since Richmond Va has sold Libby will be amusements of some kind beare filled by companies for supylylug the prison to Chicago aud decided to pull sides the pet stock show May aftect any portion of the body where tia cities The Ice is conveyed by steam down the Jefl Davis mansion she Is mucous membrane Is found But catarrh o The Minneapolis Tribune Star savs the head is by far the most common and tho elevators from the water Sometimes casting about forother attractions Mr most liable to bo neglected It cannot be the ice gorges above a small island just A M Kleley American member of B S Russell of Jatnestowo N D cured by local applications Being a constiÂ¬ below Port Deposit Lapldum is a the international court of Egypt has was iu the city yesterday and sneak tutional disease It requires lug of the government estimate of the town opposite aud thv Ice is piled up sent a photograph of Pompeys Pillar Ringing a constitutional remedy llx Dakota wheat crop said Mr Dodge Hoods Sarsaparllla which so high that one town cannot be seen at Alexandria aud all the measure Â¬ U9TO working through tho blood from the other There is then plenty ments mad by Napoleons engineer to the government statistician of the department lias either eradicates tho imparity which causes and proÂ¬ of Ice to keep the flih cool Col W E Cutshaw for the Soldiers agricultural motes the catarrh and soon effects a permamade a great error or his report was nent cure At tho same time Hoods Barsa aud Sailors Monumeut Association of AN OLD HOUR changed after leaving his hands in partita builds up the whole system and makes Bay View is the ancestral home oh Richmond A few weeks ago the as some counties of Dakota he has esti Â¬ one feel renewed In strength sociation adopted Pompeys Pillar as and health It yon suffer ImpurO the Mitchell For more than two the model for the monumeut which mated the acreage under cultivation from catarrh bo suro to bi hundred years it has remained in theJ they are some 10000 acres more than It should BQoa try Hoods Sarsaparllla about to erect on Libbys Hill family The present owner above raefl i hi Richmond A be His report makes the cron at I used Hoods Sarsaparllla for catarrh and prominent citizen recelred great relief and benefit from It Tbo tloned though TO points out In the dressed as a Confederate soldier with least 15000000 bushels more than it catarrh was very disagreeable especially tn family burying ground the tombs of slouch be and the final results will the winter causing constant discharge from hat and canteen has posed for a should his father grand father and great photograph show that the wheat crop of 18S9 my nose ringing noises which is to be dispatched grand father the last two being the to M In my ears and pains in amounts to not more than 29000000 KoOfJS Ezeklel great and greatgreat paternal graud the sculptor who has been selected as bushels at the outside Wm Petit Sarsaparllla for the bionze figure which fathrs of the editor of the Climax and C C Stiirlevant are also of the head In the morning hy hawking and spitting is to surmount the shaft opinion that the yield will provcrouch But this old home with its clean was painful Hoods Sarsaparllla gave ma relief Immediately while ia time I was en fields aud dense woodlands does not Ies than estimated by the government We Point With irido tlrely cured I am neTer without the medi Â¬ look so old From two to four To the Good name at home Won by statistician cine in my house as I think it hundred bushels of tomatoes accord Hoods Sarsaparllla In Lowell Mas Is worth its weight In gold The intimation in Secretary Nobles CltrOS ing to the season is the usual yield peri where it is prepared there is more of recent letter that the present KttSGBGlBB10z Eighth occuoauts 6tN vr Washington a arami acre Fertilizers are used as elsewhere Hoods Saraaparilla sold than of all of the Cherokee outlet the Cherokee I was troubled with that annoying disease throughout the State other medicines nud it lias given the LIvh Stock Association would be re nasal catarrh and never found relief till Bay View overlooks Jhe surrounding best of satisfaction since its introducI took Hoods SarsaparUla J L Botrrr moved by iorce next f pritiir if tliev Marksbarg Ky N B Be sure to get country for many miles The town tion ten years ago Tlifs could not be did not vacate voluutarily is looked the bay its Island Pennsylvania if the medicine did not posses merit upon now by cattlemen of the Sjiulh SotdbyatldrscgUU away to the north and Delaware to the If your sutler from Impure blood try west witli more Jl ill for Si Prepared only seriousness than they tj C L UOOD A CO ApotliecarttIweH Milt east nrervisible Hoods Sarsaparllla aud realize lis pe were inclined lo regard It when the vIOO Doses Ono Dollar I WM to thja home Jp 105 that the culiar curative powers it letter was first published They are 9 29 Sentinel-Deinjgw-afMan-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pavement being laid In succession forming the lieft walk imaginable These choice slbnes are procured from Port DejKJ It a town five miles up the river ou the oilier fide where one man owns a park a beer garden a church and a i oliool house Havrede Grace is building a shoe factory as large ns a wliole square of Richmond It has also a tomato vanning factory of gigantic proportions that of Mr J Keueca one of the oldest and largest oi erators in the State noted for its vast product of canned goods His factory makes its own cans and boxes aud lie hasaii immense warehouse with a railroad running into it The river is more than a mile wide but is spamied by two iron briilges O the P W B and the B An cxelleut system of water works buptdiesthe town Of 20 crops of hemp aud 5 of flax In the vicinity of Schagtlcoke N Y this season the average yield of the hemp was 1822 per acre aud of flax 41 75 an acre raied f Exports from the United Slates ports week before last included exclusive of Baltimore 6001 live cattle 100 live sheep and 23233 quarters of beef From Montreal Canada 25S9 cattle and 1810 sheep were shipped beglnuiug to IhhiK taht the Secretary of the Iutet lor means business aud they are quietly submitting to tl e order They anticipated that the sud den marketing of the enormous numbers of cattle from the outlet would depress the market away below profit- Â¬ able figures and lo prevent this they have derided to place their stocK upon the market gradually A member of the Cherokee Live Stock Association admits that such is the case Large numbers of the cattle are now being sold to the Kansas aud Missouri feed- Â¬ ers aud about 3000 head per day are being placed in Kansas City and a like number iu both Chicago nnd St Louts By this means the association expects to have disposed of the great bulk of its stockac better prices than at forced sale when the Secretarys order goes Into cflect Q The quietest man hi the adminiitrr lion aud the one least quoted Is the Secretary of State James G Blaine It is hinted that he chuckles iu his sleeve over the defeat of some Reput H cans Unable to account for so much qiilesceuup the Washington corres- Â¬ pondents occasionally get him ready to resign his office but the event is continually postponed Toledo Bee Â¬ Ko TreaimraS Uencz Boaulxed oi RosponsiWa Partly to Coanaoaw J R LARZELERE - M D Ohoj by rnp f I Of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pa the Celebrated of The France Medical and Surgical Institute Columbus J- - ftac AtiAri tn visit J nnlA gtl AND READ Parlor of Consultation and Examination Free and Strietlr Confidential fn the Frivatc GLYNDON one day only HOTEL MKel The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is the only Incorporated with a Capital of 30050000 Institute in the State RICHMOND TUESDAY- DEC 17 I889 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- CONSISTING OF i m wkh IM d PU Jackets AND SHOES AND CLOTH SACQUES 500 PAIRS BOOTS 0 WJV WV flJJft vr jjzxv jn n JrjAjxcitfCT a FRANCE Gay 33 40 W tli srt Sdestifla C rl Print lizuiMTCl u rcsfufrtruttl 0 where all forms of ftrcl Ksrms prbdplei He is abl y assisted by a fall corps of eminent Fbysiclans and surgeon XCER poittvty cured tcUhout pctin or use of the ktfe by a neicantf never failing mcVxi ZMPORTJLST TO JAXUJSS Da Kbakcb after years of experience has discovered the preatest cure known for all diseases peculiar to the sex Female diseases positively cured The cure Iscffected by home treat by the new and never failing remedy Oiivo meat Entirely harmless and easily applied CCITGJLTATICII 7212 AilD ST2ICTLY CCSTErSTlAL second ft perfect crnmro or piles GUAKAOTEBD ofwra it core La rtaze of aeslnal weaknete We vttl rneruteethe eeaiio moo j rcqofrwl retyoDil all each caaea aad a healthy retier atka of 1000 for may cut of fuiort Brtnarr organs UZEIZLL nTCTXTIrtX INSTITUTE capital 30S Dr France oiNew York the well known nnd successful Specialist in Chronic Dl8e3j Diseases of the Ero and Ear on account of his large practice la Ohiohas established the 1335 AfJSDJCAXf AKD SURGICAL MS MecS Usui or State Ecuse ColanCisO Incorporated SL if jhTT1 OF JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA THE CELEBRATED EXAMCflXG PHVSICIAK OF TIIE IA U itb fj3tjb OHJtt JW PA V 1806 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 ii JJoozn Cleet COT THE LIFE OUT OP PRICES and will say the prices I make on these goods will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar panic TOUNO HEN Who hare teeome Yletko of follurr Tie Hut drcdfel utd destraeUro titbit which EnaaaUr wep to in uUncIr crart ihonifciidi ef ysuif men f exalted talcot aad brilliant intellect bar call vltii confidence JJU FRA2TCE After yean of experience has Jiacoreted the greatest cure koovo for veakneae la l back aad limb la Tvlastarj dUcbarpa istpoUBCT graeral debihij aerrttasaeaf Uacaer eoaroaton or Idea palpitation of the heart tlmfcUtr tremMtBE dimoeas of alfht or siddiaesi diaeajee of tho head throat nose or akin a eetioai f tbo Urer Uags atomach or bevels those terrlWe duocdere ariaiaz from the aoiltarT rice of reath aad eeeret practieea bUghtiax their most radiant bopee Take ono er aatiei patten readcring marrlace impoatible candid thoachl before It U too late A veek or month nar Ur method of treat ptaee rear cue berond the reach of hope meet will ipeedUr aad permaneaUr cars the moat obstinate com aad abaolstelr reitore perfect manhood TO IIIDDLB AQED MBIT Thre are maor from the are of SO to 60 wb are treabled vfta freqeeat eracaauoae of the bla ider eftea accompanied by a elicbt boxaiac or marticr eea ttlen weakening the tntem ia a manner the patient cannot aeeeanl for Oa examfoaUon of the ariaarr depeslu a ropy eodtmeat wilt be fovnd and eometliaes email particlei of alba nea will appear or the color will be a thin or mllklsh hoe araln chaarloc to a dark or torpid appearanec There are many men who die of thla diSceltr Ignorant of the aaaef which U a bi PRIVATE DISEA3E3 BW rolaea Venereal Taint Stricter Somiaal Cmlaitlena Lots ef Sexaal Fewer VeakaeeeofSexaalOrraofl Waalef Desire la Kale er Female whether from imprudent habits ef reatn or eexsel hablu ef maÂ¬ ture rears or any eaaee that debllUatee the sexaal fanctleas peeduy aad permanently cared Coenltatfoo free aad etrtctlr confidential Abeolaie earee gnaraateed Jo risks tacwrred Correspondence promptly answered aad medicines ani free from obserration to an parte ef the United States DISEASES OF WOMiTT TTe hare a rperfnl depart meat thoroughly organized aad devoted exclasirety to tho Krery ease consaltlag ear treatment of diseases ef women specialist whether by letter or la persoa Is glrra tho most care Â¬ Important eaaee aad we get rev ful aad considerate atteatioa which hare not baSod the skin of all the home physicians hare Ia treatment the benefit of a fall conncU or skilled specialists reeeese hat beea marked over ef diseases peculiar to females two thirds of ear patleats being Udlee old yeanr married single rich and poor Oar method is entirely free from objec tionable restores ef the general practitioner namely H Local We prepare reme Â¬ We seldom Sad It necessary treatment dies coestUaUonal and local at the case demands and Lutract ladles hew to treat themsclf es EPILEPSY OR FITS PoeWTtl cured by new aad ncrer failing method er SOW IS YOUR CHARCE COME IN AND SEE THEM WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THE PRICES FREE EXAMINATION OP THE URINE Each person applying for medical treat ment should send or bnnfffrom2to4ouncesof unnothatpassed first in the morning preferred Which will receive a caref nl chemical and microscopical examination Persons ruined in health by unlearned pretenders who keep trifling with them month after month giving poisonous and injurious compounds should apply immediately in of nnskfllfnlly UnUnCDCIII PUnCC rerfected No old cases which have teen neglectedtreated by mall experiments or failures Parties nUilULnrUL uUntu treated express but where possible personal consultation is preferred Curable cases guaranteed and Cases and correspondence confidential Treatment sent C O l to any part of C S List of 130 questions free Address with postage DR FRANCE XTs 33 7 Oi Ct CCLTCS7S 0 CKAPSEY 46 BROWN TURKEYS WANTED O COME IN AND LOOK Wigqins Block Cincinnati Can refer tn buildings successfully erected in ElelimomI Maysville Ml Sterling Winchester and OwingsvIIIe 6 5 Mr George W Judy representing ISrent Paris Ky will open Oilman liia Turkey Pens here about rfovember 1st and will want twenty Ibonaand turkeys at highest market price He is a liberal buyer Have your turkeys for him 18 25 H J STRENG 12- - 110 WEST MAIN STREET 53 FURNISHING GOODS THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT TIIE COULD ASK FOR We OUR ODD PANTS AVE Â¬ ESTHETIC nAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE GOODS AND Â¬ 1 Hvc the Latest Things in TIKINSS for the Men Folks h Fit ills Largest or fe Smallest M is Mm hy - Â¬ 1 IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE BSJSTEHSS REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR MfiRPiiMTO Will bo worn a great deal this winter not only because ILL SLEIGH BIDE FOR THEM MMmWe sell the Shaw knit in Sox Â¬ Â¬ of its being tho latest stylo but because of its pleasing effect BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE in finish and color being tho meaning we will state that it was made bv a man on his wav in natural wool without coloring S our store to buy one of our matter We also have Is an expression you have frequently heard on the streets of late that WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improvement on the seamless having a round heel and smooth toe with gussets in the instep and heel We also have FAN CY STRIPED and COLORÂ¬ Â¬ English Balbriggan s All colors H AND FINEFflLL OVERCOATS who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to Â¬ Merino Mixtures The last named y goods were very popular last 3 buy Â¬ winter and bid fair to bo more so this season but he evidently thought that COVINGTON MITCHELLS store was the place to purchase for he said aleigh ride for them Ill evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a sleigh And the man was level headed for where elsein Richmond can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the latest styles shades and prices Â¬ ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels and toes Â¬ A LEUHDRIED SHIRTS -- FROM Our Stock of Fal m Her Clothing Ice-hou-- Â¬ Catarrh onr counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Outawavs and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection is now on A HANDKERCHIEFS Our 25c Handkerchiefs are daisies Our 35c Handkerchiefs are unequaled Wa carry a fine assort ment of Silk Handkerchiefs ViMiHBHVl 50 CENTS TO We carry tho 3 HILDRENS AND YOUTHS GLOTHINO FINEST Â¬ STOCK in Central Kentucky j We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clothin in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are beauties every one of them They range in size from 4 to IS years Mothers give us a call 5 Y COVINGTON i I MITCHELL t1 IFZnSTE GKLiCTSTDES We have them for driving riding the street tho ball or the reception A line lino of - SPECIALTIES The Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterproof Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy Hats Youmans Stetsons and fine line of Crush Goods in all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Travelisg Bags and Valises Robber Coats and Hunting Coats Â¬ Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Dogskins in great variety Perrini Imported Kids stand in the lead as to style and finish We have them in all shades Hand some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves a Hoods SarsaparUla Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches m Wfelr t -- fc -- rsr mz3rtg 5FJ3 s- V I - - 2 X -- mill 5Beaasii i1IR3e3flC rSiJiaimi hi n ii -- -- - sa3at Tf7 i -V t - V--5- autwt-ftiT--er V -- er T 0V-J- iw r - AT - - XCSrTVii jitki - 0 t 3 ifiri iXjiiil I gp TftBBi SUPPLEMENTr HaJyii j K Km mv s 51 f- il OPPLEMENT e JmV F 25 iAJbAJbfawJ volume A t -- in wjtfa jwat4s brOBshtt 1 BTCHMMB MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 befara aH the warul aad thou thvself shalt carr oVtrtMy isbtss sad beat the Roman maisinai flfciB spoke gaungatmewith truth lal aarjwat cyea I belie veil ber and for tsMpssjfsne auioe my fall was for a mo tthuiUntbctall ths sot lost teHMC iasi that with CRaapatta Whom 1 hfWWfcaujy5 ttsgst yet wis ay place nd pawer beck ar it Cleopatra- - I said - - be ovedl and thus I ea mj Hansoohts Al8nra tbee husband smbjw stay I will take he so to 1889 FkJeJ Pzpcr tor Hall Then tho ceairtbn ke apasd as the lords and eonariHors went by they looked o me with mockery For theoch none knew all my secret nor bow it stood twixt me aad Cleopatra yet were they jealous of the favor shown me by the Queen and rejoiced greatly at my fall Bat I took no heed of their mocking as I stood daxed with misery and felt the world of Hope slip from neath my fe t TO SB COXTlSCEl NUMBER HELPFULNESS Without pluyniant TMm THE BUSBLYJOOK sajoattaebeant r J aneresat roadie we drBx Walter sat am sharp than those lUjaaEastilklMrth - rtal tabes til stag at told 1 aiikpii t f on ttjicfcVetiearo- - 3 ae heart S - Wstar saM e s ia human kraut a t some lawa rt smart i a of WMt - That iho Cost reptire my hones wo phased down Chi steep maod incline gasping m the heat and the thick KlMttu my hollow e ffin fist If the ceod oe and stagnated air Presently we had Rft the tKising toy not great or if there bo a guile the region of the masonry and were slipping withintbre hdtt then lie cario ot Menia ra he on Oi Boma galhsrylKrwh id th itrtogrSck For smte him Who fcrth 8s niithecuro that shall on tho dcad twenty idc4sr more it veteeph Theifl It must bo reiicaibered that tho an its slopo leseeaed mid shortly wo found our- oicnt Egypits held too derni ii greater selves inn chamber atatea white so low awe and sanctity than lite liwng After that 1 being tH lind scarce room to stand death tho body u as still visited by tho soul but w toagtir fow rnees end in breadth uwl they iiojed to Its personal three and eased throughout with sculptured resurrection Hence- - their care as to its paitaU Iloro Cleopatra sank upon tho floor embalmment and the stupendous works and rcsicd awhile cercoino by the heat whK h they raised as tombs bgiioi oar Uim 1 n Â¬ frard CLEOPATRA Er- - A3 m and wo tatk d of we were d and Ue Roman bcgcicd though vertfyl beUevo that bad it not been for the a a Its al AbhoUtard jeettassagerOf Cbarwlon which as shall r 1 - J them asam 1 before Mm iera be soen was over urging her forward to 3 fresh deeds of shame Gteooatrn would Kbatf B ciownc have woddel ue uud broken with the Ro Â¬ u k goo Josh I see i K t wart dor- man And indeed igttio4ssae i bad been t better for her aud E jypt ra tars gnde te ate Far into the night W4 sat and I revealed je peaty toe to ber somewhat of tiiit anciont secret of Jack ao ns eeee aer tbe nsifiWy treasure hid beooath the mos know yog Of Her Thither it was agreed should s ice s siaklMdeT wo go on the morrow and the second night aaU ear tot laonglit t from now attfcm pt hs sea rch So early on tho cncuta Win oaaM hae malrT nest day a boot was secretly mode ready J as bespoke aad therein did Clmpatra eater vailed as rtr 1st faektt sate an Egyptian btdr abut to make a pHgrie r - the aabotrtaekr ae to the Testpie of Horeeku And I also deafied as a pilgrim entered with ber and ac What thing en earth wkh us ten of ber most trusted servants l tavt soy lard m dsjearofanVth bidden as sailors Bet Cfaarmion entered across the swmd s not with us We sailed with a fair wind from tho Cauopio south of the Kile and - ock of states- that night fetching on wiUt tire moon we nc latasigat reached Bais at midnight and there rested b hoids with Haaainfc- opes for awhile At dawn wa oace more ly taimt to Mftht loosed our craft and all that day sailed t 7 r r Watte aMs thesame swiftly till at lost it the third hour from folk the sunset wc came in sight of the lights of saeae tsdJir batza the fortress which is called Babylon Here i buaMrtoek en the opposite bank o the river we seller Carter in St MteheUs moored oar clap safcy in a bed of roods Thee on foot and secretly we set forth for the Pyramids which were at a distance of nigh upon fafty stadia about six miles Cleopatra I sttd one treated ecouea for the ether servants wo left with the boot Only for Qeopastra I canht an as that was sa Accsaat of tie Fall and wandering ia a tilled field aad threw a cloak upon It Thercoa she sat audi led the a cance of Harmachis the ass by paths I know tho onnnch following R37I Cgyptian after us And within little mora than an boar having galacd the groat causeway Pyramids towering up POETS BY E3S 0W1I HAHD we saw tho mighty through the moonlit air and aweingusto sadaytosi TMted a i h ah t myelin c n and traaaaH Band td f laddie J cittit And I loo kUst d ber what wo weurfi do when bow w sbouM overcome Aad thus was I ag in Acdhaliiseel nenotbe forehead t -- l- - 1 -e -- aad the uttedarfcicss Rise I iid Here wo must notlsn ger cr we faint So sio row and passing band in bnml throuiUlhu chamber we foood oursotvos face tr Uh a jiighvy tioor of granite let down from tho roof in grooves And once moro I took onnsel the plan prcestd wih lay fwt upon a ccrtaia Atone 1 softly J Jidwai cJ Then sjoucnly ai kiw jot lc whtt ttienns ibo nighty matt bcavoditref fmuitsbedof bvijgroek We paticil beieath and f and oaivelves fouc to t w wish as tJowrcf gramte Again I u k CirOirt f pot aad of Useli this dour idr fiandto wo o wentli c rscl-ri o f i wi through a third do r vt mora miiy than the twii i tunuiri tMci welij t tv n our way Foilowb i l o tlii dooi I itriwV v itb nr foot upon i certain soot and slow lv it ffln ni tnnn h as a w rd of magee till its 1 end wn level with the fioir oi rook lVo crossed and gaued anotliei passage which deteoadlng gently for a length of fourteen paces led us Into a great chamber paved with black marble more than nine cubits high by nine cubits broad and thirty cubits long In this great mar Die floor tvss sank a great sarosphHgus oi granite end on its lid were graved the Dame and titles of the Queen ofHemara In this chamber too tho air was moro pure- t hough by wtut menus it came thither I Oa tltofl bo S tx cr -- knew not Is he treasure here H Rider Haggard - r Ktng Solomons Mines ne Allan Quatermnin Etc Bta Etc Catratti tr NK3HOUU tfter or C CAIOWWOOD VrrTT siad GKEUTENHAaEK CHAPTER XVH CI t - Tnocni T3 nAHKACHSS EI AND OF THE TELLISQ JIACHIS TO CtBOPATHA OF THE SC FTHETJEA6CBE THAT IOT BESEATH or clbotatra or nen same in utter silence through tho haunted city of tho dead for all artHinl ns stood the solemn tombs till at length we cmbcd tho rocky hiU and stood in the deep shadow of Kbufu Khut tho splendid Throno of Khufu Ota troth whis perpd Cleopatra as sho gazed up tho dezzlingmarblo slopo above her everywhere blazoned oer with a mill of a truth there Ion mystic characters wcro gods ruling in- - Kbcra in thoso days men Utasplaoo is sad as Death and not ay and as mighty and as far from man Here mast we enter Say 1 answered It is nothere Passsilence Oa wo passed on gasped Cleopatra Nay I answered foHow me And I led the way to a gaHcry which we ontered through an opening in the floor of the great chamber It bod lieeo doeed by a trapdoor of stone but the door was open Creeping along this shaft or passage for some ten paces we came at length to a weil in depth seven cubits Making fast one end of the rope that I cad brought about my body and the other to a ring in the rock I was lowered holding tho lamp in ray hand till I stood in tlie last resting lilaeoof tha divine Menka ra Then the ropeway drawn up and Cleopatra being made fast thereto was let down by the eunuch and I received her in my arms But the eunuch sorely against Lis will for he feared tobclcft alone 1 bnjewait our return nt tho mouth of tho shaft For it was not lawful that ho should enter whither we Â¬ went CHUTKK XVIIL TUB TOMB OT TITS DIVME UEVKA HAJ TOTS wnmKG dbjlwiso room n rtACE ontue onzAsr DlYELLEIt IS THE TATRA ABO HARMACIllS the tseasdoe ins chis TOB lUGlrr Of CXEC FliOM THH HOLT or meska ha the and in n snry solt lhoc be tormsnted i ked Oie there orsver aad tureverl Ior ai Ami-fu v wo come rce to face tu t th- n i I nt th j k p i r of ihs trnt -e I Mo ka i sot u i a T oili of lay orsh p v e Tt oh I hiw bu t uroa tho t t ijiiyllju coD ti To tho ostr cr- - tury H h Jrtai- - or iaf xry Temple all it bo in e i iria trajto-timo- K st lb it sail b ill ff ar in reveal Uan tto Jb iraah or 3 1 rr t t r- -- j p jraans crown and is r soatod upon the throno cf Idem accursed be he alio Thus have I Mentca ra the Oslrtaa vrritten Kow to thee who sleeping in 1 10 womb of Keet yet sSall upoa a ttmo stand over me aad read I sav judge thoul and It lhbujudgost evllyoa tbee shall fall this the curso ot Menka ra from whlcn there is no es cape GreetinR and farewell I said Thou hast beard O Cleopatra solemnly now search thy heart judge thou and for thine own sako judge justly Sho bent her head fh thougnt I f oar to do this thing sho said pres- Â¬ ently Let us hence ItisweH Isthl with a lightening of tho heart and bent me to lift tho wooden hd Fori too f cured And yet what sahVthe writing of thedb twas emeralds was it vine Menka ra not Aud emeralds aro now so rare and hard to come by fit er did I love emeralds and never can I find tbent without a flaw Tis not a matter of what then dost love Cleopatra I said tis mitter of the need of Hhem and of tho secret meaning of thy heart which thou alone canst know Ay surely Harmachis surely I Ands not tho nood of Ejypt great There is no gold in the treasury and how can I defy the Roman if I have no gold i And Imvo I not sworn to thee that I will wed thee and defy theIloraui and do I not swear it again yea even m tins solemn boar with my hund upon dead Pharaohs heart Why horo U that occa ion whereof the divine Menka ra did dream Thou seest it U so for else had Hutasu or Barneses or some olher Pharaoh drawn forth the gems But no they left them to this hour because the timo was not yetcomo Now it must bo come for if I take not the gems the Bomsa will suroly seize on Egypt aud then there will bo no Pharaoh to whom the secret may bo told Nny let us away with fears and to tho work Why dost look so frighted I Having pure heartBnaught is there to fear Harma - Oat evt ethaearjathMfoiiOTSlhstraitor te cotm that senfs li m who oat mttn tho nttiesty c the Oodsl Unhappy I to Is blcoit and mlo y Shalt thou ihK Voe isl - aiT rvii Â¬ 1 Â¬ H STOOD within a - HAT Is it her8 that we must cnterl she Treat asd foasd her mwsk troubled in j whispered once again ay1 I answered it is not norc xass Blind tterer before bad I seen ber so on And we pessel on through many moro deeply Bored She until we stood iu the shadow of was aiattejOd like tomb- and Cteoiktru gnaed astuwshed at its er some trapped lloncsv polished beauty which for thousands ox Awcd we stood and gazed - waikjnr to and fro 4 years bad night by night mirrored the 7 ir the wcightof the silence a tUjM acroH the bsrUe floor vrkilc moon and at the block girdle of Ethiopian CMS x m 4UU wre eAiimnitv nf thnthoiv -- thcraRbt chased tboufrhtacrosfl - stone that circled its base about For of place seemed to crash us Above us clouds scadmost beautiful aU pyramids this is the her miaO each cubit over cubit in its mighty measure the Is it bara tdat we must cnterl1 she Pyramid towered up to heaven and was dm oer tba sea for a mo- eye saM in 5 e shadow in her deep kissed of the night air But we were deep Yea it Is here I ausKCicd she said a crt come Harsnachls of tho rock beueath its base - f r s waiic as fcoe took Ssy baad wrpafed round between the temple In the bowe6 with the dead whoso rest And r Wowero alone ot the worship of bis divmc Majesty we were about to break and no sound of dM I need counsel ma for never the n Iiat da a hare tbo Oods seat Jfeaka ra the Usirun and the Imss ofside the murmuring air i ud no sight of Ufe to the to m jls restless at th ocean pynuuai till we came graved north of came to dull the awfal edge of solitude I the name Here ia tho center is 1M e I Lnowm from childhood up its heavy lid gaied on the sarcophagus ms nono shall I ererknow Scarce Phaiaohilenkara who bui t the pyramid had been lifted and rested at its side y M tie hare oafaed thy daggers to be bis tomb and stored therein bis Around it the dust of aces bad gathered there Then together we mounted on the sphinx lmiachia wbea this aeir trouble treasure against tho needs of Khom thick and there in tne dust was the stamp I said to of human feet Then I trembled for I knew and drew forth with toil the body of the c a stom hasiratbered beneath the If the treasure stiH remains on arm borate Jjdlen oer me Didst Cteopitri as in the clays of my great that I looked on the footprints of that fore- Â¬ divine Pharaoh laying it on tho ground lhittigrwh lbpl Weil should I love great grandfahrr who was pnest of this father of mine who generations gone last Now Cleopatra took my dagger and with it spoke Ay like pyramid before mc it remained tis hid of living men bad visited this holy place cut loose the bandages which held the wrapt Lua t How K ft boall the time be deep in tho womb of tho mass before thee Long bad he been gathered to Osiris and pings in their place and the lotus flowers bo purred and Cleopatra nor ran it l come by without yet there in the powdered dust was tho that had been placed therein by loving Lisciairs IHdst mark the letter haniis three thousand years before fell It tas aa tiglr look I lwow lott and daager and terror irf the mind Â¬ press of his dead foot pavement Then wo searched down upon onv Thea I ra bat a chfld bad Art Ukw prepared to cuicrt for thou thySee I whispered pointing to a writing and found the cud of the outer bandage tho swhiss bsA mj self must outer aad htdgc iv upon the wall In tho daubed with pigment which was fixed in at tho hinder part of the evcraurkaadltookhissBOKswae Canst tsxm not po wth the eunuch Har sacred symbols of ancient times was wo cut loose for neck I and half a fao with a dash ntncbls aidhring tho treasure forth she answered Cleo- Â¬ glued This done wo began toit unroll fast Bead it Harmachis the This s uuiig bis oJlp tbrowgh Bauijr began to fH patra In tho same low voice for I can wrappings of the holy corpse Setting my se ft bo cater at the gates of bis her shoulders against the sarcophagus I sat 1 aaswered s sense but H eraasod aairee not not Xay 0 Cleopatra I Barneses Kiamun did Then I read t 1 j to Lh Irsends U iodeod be even for thco and for the weal of Egypt ia my day and in my hour of need visit upon tho rocky floor tho body resting on my knees and as I turned it Cleopatra un Â¬ ii and orteatlaios fate to bis own cxi I do this tniag for of ail sins it But though great my sopulober Generous kardr aad 1b adversity would be tWe greatest sin But this it is this and bold my heart I dared not face wound the cloths and awesomo was the rvntue m proapority a sot sad a lawful for nie to do 1 as hereditary holder needcurse of iloiika ra Judge O thou who task Presently something fell out it was i iTimen Ilowdealwivhsuchassan oand show to the come after me an4 U toy soul bo tho scepter of the Pharaoh fashioned of of the secret niry tipms shalt I ie and OpforWMity have despite j the ruling owaairofa of Kohm the place pure and Khem be utterly distressed take gold and at tho ond thereof was a porno grauatc cut from n single emerald set on the crest of farumes travel where the tresarro es and show also the thou that which I have left Cleopatra seized it and gazed thereon in win oerwbelat him buttiAthet warning that is written And if on seeing sho is tho treasurol Where thea silence Then once moro wo went on with vnvps across the world aad laugb9 and readnr the Pharaoh do deem that the whisnorod Is that sphinx face of gold I ourdread business And ever as we un- Â¬ drown meed of Kbeatts so sero and strait that it is answered pointing to wound other ornaments of gold such as v is but a asaa I aaswered aad lawful for him to brave the corse tf tho tho Even there I Diawnearandsoe sarcophagus aro buried with Pharaohs fell from the 3 - i t a Biaoy foes aad being bat a dnd and draw the tieasure forth it is well And she took my hand and drew near wrappings collars and bracelets models - - io c a be oerthrownn for on bis head must rest tho weight of this The hd was off but within the depths of of sistra and inlaid axe and an imngo oi the etnbeoerthrowa but be Is one drawl deed Three monarch so say tho tho sarcophagus lay the painted coffin of holy Osiris and of tso hoy Khem At Larmachis Kow that Cassius bas record that J hvo read have thus dared tho Pharaoh I blow the dust from it with re all foos go Boae bas thrown to enter in tin lime of need Tbey were my breath aad read that which was length all the bandages wero unwound and bcneara wo found a covering of Crubh one aad aaotber the divmo Quacn Ha tasu that wonder written thereon And this was written ahead coarsest linen for in thoso days the t 3 a tiy face Theres Lepidas aBd known lotbe tfeds ah ir her dlvtee broth Â¬ Pharaoh Menka ra the child of craftsmen were not so skill d ra mat v Thotmcs the Great i that joong OetavhtBUS whose er Hon Khoper-ra tors pertaining to the embalming of the But Heaven y ct with a senile of triumph and th divine ilf amen Saraeses II Menka ra Boyal Son of the body as now they aro And on tho linen l the murdered forms of empty of theMMhreeuojeMtes notoue wboa thay SunPharaoh was written in an oval Mbnka ra Boyal Lpidas of Antoay aad of Cteo-- saw dared to touch for tbongh sore their didst lie be- Â¬ Son of thft Sen This linen weeonkl in Pharaoh Jlonka ra - IX I go not to CUsdeaark tbotit necsH it wasot groat aseqgbte ooneeoFate neath the heart or Nbot no wiso loosenf so firm it held to tho body v Ai knit up a peace with those the net oXfaarhistestthecursetsheukifall NoutlhyHothcrtinr1a3jati3poll Therefore faint With tho groat hoat 1 cd taking thtee9 they tell of uftwiUain theyajrea heace sorrowing of Her holy name choked with mummy dust and tho odor T r trjtu -c A littic she thought tin at last ner spint aad indeed there Is truth in The name of thy Mother Nout Is tho of spices and trembling with fonr of our t -t- u1 fall wit all htsfereeea Egypt overcame iter fcar mystery of Heaven unholy task wrought in that most loitesomo A then At tho fcsast I wttl see with raino own Nout thy iJIethcr gathers thee to tho and holy place We laid the body down and icrl Why then weti dram blm eyes she said number of tho God with knifo rpped away tho test covering t Ponie It is well I answered Then stones Houttby Mother breathes on thy foes First wo oleared lta head and new the Tfta saveet so and perobance having been piled nip on a certain spot al and utterly destroys them faco that no man had gazed on for three n j J1 hd I not worn that cme wo ttie base of the pyramid to somewhat more O Pharaoh Menka ra wbo llvost forÂ¬ thousand yers was open to our view It 1 tojyh r some twelve days gene i than the height of a man by mo and the ever I was a great face with a bold brow yet bfiuar faaraoh Eaightest web have eunuch wbo was with us I climbed on Whore then lath treasurol shoaskod crowned with tho Boyal uncus beneath 1 thing for rouad thy throno old tbeca and scarohod for the secret mark no again Hero indeed is the body of Iho 1 l wwild bate paUtcrod Bat Egypt hu gcr than a loot And with soma divineHcnka ra but the Sesh ovonof Pha- Â¬ nor my Greek blood aad but trouble for tho weather and the rubbing raohs is not geld and if the face of this ic 1 scattered that reatplot of Of the sand bad wora cveu the Ethiopian ba gold how may we move It t tc v here in half the land was meshed stone I found it Having found it I in a sphinxanswer I b ulo her stand upon tho For 1 It s men then arise to succor me certain fashion pressed thercoa with all sphinx and grasp tho tipper part of thecof 1 L ipt true to me cesld indeed 1ft eu attar tha lapso of flrf wlnlo I grasped its foot Then at my my t - r u q against all the Iforce thatBomo yearsstrength unnumbered the stones swung round the Hd of the case t i n bat BTpb bates me nnd bad as showing a Utuo opening through which a word we lifted andcame away and we set was Jiotlijxd 1 i 1k rlcd by the Roman as the Greek man might scsrcelyxraep- - As it swung a which the floor And there in tho case was it upon F i niipht I make defease had I the gold mighty bat such as had never seen be- thomnmnrv of tho Pharaoh as three thou with mosey soldiers can bo bought fore for bigness for bis measure was tho sand years before it had been laid A largo t i irew th to feed the rnaW of mercenary measure of a batvk Cow forth rmd for a mummy it was and somewhat ungainly tiae But I have hobo my treasuries aro moment hovered over Cleopatra and then Nor was It adorned- with a gilded mask as imugh there Is wealth in tba land In circles sailed slowly up and up till at tho is thof ashlon olour day for tho head- - was Tr t do debts perplex aae These wars have last ho was lost in tho bright bght of tho wrapped3ncloths yellow with ago winch b sht me rasa and I know not how to moon weremadifistwiilipmk flaxen bandages C i a u ent rurebaoce Ilanaachrs thou But Clconatra uttered ft cry ofterrtr I wbereU4der were pushed the stems of lotus a bv beretUury right rnost of tha and tho eunuch wbo was watching fell tha breast wrcoluca over jr m as asd she drew near andlookcd 4 dowrrin fear believing It to bo thofgaarT blooms Andn lav a plato ot gphlcloso- rrtih lotus flowers d in tbe eyes rrcharcclf3ngdeEcpiKj J aum spiritof tho pyramid And T too I jy writtenbver with sacred writing IUftod t E Tll rdiiM tuii 11a IIumi mnnt tall mA feared though nausht I said iTAa even up tho plate and holding it to the light I r IcaaVoechhepeWtoisavotbyland now I do bclicvo that It was tho spirit of read ti ruin and myself the grasp ot An Menka rarl riosinaiiwbortaWDg-on-him-I MenkvrarthoOslrnaforoUnifrPharaoh t il Suyisnsor1 fres self the form of a bat flcwlortn irom ms ottaoLandofKheiawho In my day did liro In tho natb marked for I thoagat aThiieaad laeal aaswered holy House in warning sne nntD rr to- toe uonx Wbo And ii soca a ule were true and if I Awhile I waited till tho foul air should ray feet by lbs deereaIsoAtho Innslbla from which tho white locks stained yellow by was tbo beglnula and tha end speak c Ai show tbee traarars stored by the clear from the nassare Then I drew torth my tomb to lb s9 who after me shall for an tho spices fell in long straight wisps 7 Puaraobs ef the most far oH age thoflamps and KEsdfcdSthcciJ and passetH upon my Throne BshoM I Menka stamp of death and not the - V nTOla of Kheaihew can I know their to thomurabcrof Tthroeinto tho en- - J hour Oslrtaa hiving in the Bays of my life Not the cold of three thousand years had slow flight x vruidst i tdeed make use of that went to ra the tftmcoof the passaoa This done I fcecn warned of a dream that o tiao wlU como fonnd power to mar tho dignity of thoso t vi ood oadsT the trusty eunuch and taking him aKlo when Khom shall fear to fall Into the hands of shrunken f ecturos Wo gazed thereon and ive a tacurotw abo asked I swore him by the living spirit of Him who strangers aad her monarch shall fcavo great then made bold with fear stripped the furnish Sa fret b sat HswraacblsT sleeps at Aboutbls that those things which need of treasure wherewith tohavo oat armies covering from tho body There at last it of my todrSvo tho barbarian baric a troth tiia yr ry niaiiaf gold this ho was about to see bet should not reveal layboforo us stiff yellow and dread to bavins sorely for he wisdom duos this thwis For it wsallh pleased sec i i In hko tho sigh of water This hot swore tressbljng beyond and on the loft side above tho thigh Gods to the indeed did he re- Â¬ any prptootlng who has eva ina was mnch afraid Nor hoettsino tho days of was the cut through wblrh tho embaltnors Pharaoh C7e I said that there isiach a veal them Horusthotisands of catUo aad Reesa thoa had done their work but it was sown up so thojg i i i silf have never seen it TWs being done I clambered through tho sands ol cametsi and asses thousand of deftly that scarce cocla wo find the mark L u f it s Ul lie in tha opening takhig with me a eon of rope I kne t ut measures of com and hoadrads of measures The gems aao within I whispered for because so whtoh tcre sei woowl around my raWdte and of gold and cams this Health have I used I folt that tho body wasvery heavy Now nerlnv and tast Which remains bare I If thy heart fall thee not must tbou cma- - sa1 r st cnoa him who oeosne Making beeTraaed to Cleopatra stones even for emer - -- A efish ends abcll lay fast tho skirt cf ber robe she cameraBd I bartered most aad largest that are in make an entry to this poor house of clay the - t t icnacf thoaePbaraohs opening so that at oldsworld These stones then havo I stored that onco was Pharaoh drew her through the and I gave her tho tao b ca shown have darei to length she stood Behind me In the passage rp against that day of bs aced of Khem But dagger tho same5aggcr which hod drunk V23U cr Ludrneod slabs of granite After bdeaase as there tare been so taare shall be the life of Paulus whJoh is Uned with hey were cowardly fle her came the eunnoh and he abostoodln those who dswlolcodly oa die earth and who she answered It ts having taken In the lustuf gain mght seise this woalth that lifting too lata to ponder - o eac was their Boost not great And then tho passage her white wd beauteous face and a slu7 cm this treaesro then counsel of the ptoB of the fassago that I neve stored aud put it to their uses Heboid fixing her blue eyas all big with terror tboaUnbornOaowhonthB mHnes9 of time us wBh mo ana wmen 1 1 had brought took the dagger and neon mine own s above me ha-scs 1 answwed I will show it In signs that none but tne mitiatea can shalt ststyAbs wrtten ond read th I that J havo with sot teeth tho She of this day plunged Quoen tho have sSbrcd tho cacssd to r ttss U U there wbectboabast readwro9jfeV fChaf tnoso ancient writ through trscsuro cren among my boaos Therefore It Into the dead breast of tho Pharaoh of -- t tbo i if e it t-- defend Sgypt ings that had come Aiivn to moprcdeces-- OtBonlTabera Oao Blosplag in tho tvomhof threo theusandyears ago Andcvenasshe goowatlons of my Bas i A vny al I01 the wos- Kent thlsXsarta tbort I thou ideoa hast did so from tha Opening of tho shaft r i h a nriAAia ef this ibtuuU of Her and nsedefrlckoa to sssa Ktcn from tho foosoi crrts where wo had left the- - on nuch there came OfelJ ot the worship of thaTomplo of the Dinno bem fear not and daisy not bat tear me tho fccs Co earnestly earn way through Osjrlan from B17 tomb loosa my wrapplocs a groaungt souqdl Wo leaped to our foot ta Knew that IfTfcou Henku ra the OsirbuIleatb tverv more and through the mwr i aad ri tho trsasors from raftucastv ad oH but beard noilgbt stfJsireameil downopes ma Ob graft treasure I wffl defy that darksome plase towora fciaa o Mm 0bU-4qby the feeefe shall be well with and send DerHas back e CiBcta lenee of tho tomb ttaided 1 I 1 1 1 -- nc to bar private ohamfeer I meood Cleopatra suni Bibt 4 I fed the way through a thousand tombs TJr till we stood in tho shadow Of Great nnH gazed at his red the heaven-pterotag-ma- ss wmmmSy rvtiayMBS the granite stoncot There beforo us hownfromasmgle mass of basalt shaped bke a wooden houso and rcsUn g on a sphinx with a face of gold s the sarcophagus of j divmo Menka ra Sycue small arched cham ber pavodand lined with great blocks of i for Even as thou wilt I sold again theo it 13 to judge since if thou judgest will surely fall tho curso falsely on thee from which there is no oscape So Harmachis toko Pharaohs head and I will take his Oh what an awful placo is tbisl and suddenly she clung to me Mothought I saw a shadow yonder in the darkness Methought that it did move toward us and then straightway vanish Let us be going Didst Ihou see naughtl I saw naught Cleopatra bat mayhap it was the Spirit of the divine Menka ra for overdoes the tpirit hover round its mortal tenement Let us then bo going right glad shall I bo to go She made as though to start then turned back again and spoke once more Twas naught naught but tho mind that in such a house of Horror doth body forth those shadowy forms of fear it dreads to see Nay I must look upon theso om crakls Indeed if I die I must look Come to work and stooping she with her own hands lifted from the tomb one of the four alabaster jars each sealed with the graven likeness of the heads of tho protecting Gods that held the holy heart and entrails of the divmo Menka ra But in those jars was nothing found save only what should bo 1 1 Xiet us make an Ir is naught I said end Then with much toil wo haoked and rent tho hard flesh open snd even aswo dM so I heard tho knife point grate upon tbo gems within Cleopatra plunged ber linnd into the dead breast and drow forth somewhat She held it to the light and gave a little cry for from the darknoss of Pnaraohs heart there Cashed into light aad hfo the most beau- Â¬ teous emerald that ever man beheld Per fect it was in color very largo withr ut a flaw and fashioned to a scarabeeus form and on the under sido was tho oval inscribed with the divino name of Menka ra Son of the Son Again again and yet again sheplunged in her band and drew from Pharaoh s breast crest emeralds bedued there in spices Some were fashioned andsomo wero not but all were perfect in color without a flaw and in value priceless Again and njfain she plunged her white hand into that dread breast till at length all were found and there nere one hundred ami forty and tight of suoh gems ns aro not known in the world And the last timo that she searched she brought forth not emeralds indeed but two great pearls wrapped in linen such as never ha7C been seen And of theso pearls more hereafter So it was done and all the mighty treas- Â¬ ure lay glittering in a heap before us There It lay and there too lay the regalia of gold tbo spiced aad sickly soented wrappings and the torn body of white haired Pharaoh Mftnia ra tho Osirian the overliving in Amenli We rose and a great awe fell uuon us now that the aeed was done nod our fearts wero no mora upborne by the rago of g T search so great an awe indeed that we could not speak I made a sign to Cleo-Â¬ patra She grasped the head of Ptiarooh and I grasped his feet and together we lifted him clnnbed the sphinx and placed him once more within hi coffiii On him I piled the torn mummy cloths and on them laid the ltd of the coffin And now wo gathered up the groat gems and such of tho ornaments as might with case bo carried and theso I hid as many as I could within tho folds of my robe And those that wore left did Cleopatra bide upon hor breast Heavily laden with priceless treasure we gave ono last look at the dreadful solemn place at tho great sar- Â¬ cophagus and tho sphinx whereon it rested whOsofaceof awful calm seemed to mock us with its everlasting smile of wisdom Ten wo turned and wentfrom tho tomb At tho shaft wo halted I called to the eunuch who stayed above and methought that a faint mocking laugh answered me Too smitten with terror to call again and fearing that should wo delay Cleopatra would surely swoo- - I seized tho rope and being strong and quick mounted by it nd gained the passage There burnt tho lamp but tho eun uch I mix not Thinking surely tuat ho was a little way down tho passage and slept as in truth he did I bade Cleopatra make fast the rope about hcrmlddlo aad with much labor drew her up Then having rested an bile we moved on with tho lamps to seek the eunuch Ho hath been stricken with terror and leaving tho lamp hath fled said CleoOh yo Gods who ithabeated patra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ snd dignlfiedby the cast of deathlike sleep t gazed upon her and all my heart went out to her It seemed that I did but lovo hor nore because of the uoplh of tho treasons ivhercin I had sunk to reach her and bo rauso of tho terrors wo had outfaced to-Â¬ gether Weary and spent with foars and ho pings of guilt my heart sought hers Tor rest for now sho nlono was left tome She bad sworn to wed mo also and with he treasure we had won we wouldmake Egypt strong and free her from her foes tnd all should yet be well Ah I could I invo seea tho picture that was to bo bow ind in what placo aud circumstances once igain this very womans liead should be laid upon my knee pale with that cast of 1 1 they grew with avhrleeapd woader Aad now leaveTce Bkrmsefais for I sn weary Tho memory of that dread night is with me yet I bowed and rose to go and yet stood wavering Pardon me Cleopatra OF WORK WmM Be One tis of oar mar- Â¬ Why are we not indeed Our marriage already wed she answered Yes but not before the worki Thou didst promise Ay Harmachis I did promise and to-Â¬ morrow when I have rid me of this Dotting 1 will keep my promise and name thee Cle- Â¬ opatras Lord before the court See that tbon art in thy place Art content And she stretched out her hand for me to death Ah could I have seen kiss looking on me with strango eyes as I chafed hor hand between my hands t though she struggled with herself Then I sent mo and kissed her oa the lips and she went bu that night once more I strove to jvoke She woke with a little sob of fear The Lady shiver ran down her delicate limbs and see Cleopatra and could not Cbarmion was with tho Queen so said the with wide oyos she stared upon my face eunuchs and nono might enter she said I mind me Ah itis tbon On the morrow the court met in the great hou hat saved nw from that horror And sho threw her arms hall one hour before midday and thither I launted place ibout my nock and drew roe to her and went with a trembling heart to hear Cle- Â¬ Como love she said let us opatras answer to Dellius and to hear myself lissed me oe eoinirt I am sore atbirst and ah 11 also taado King consort to the Queen of Euypt It was a full and splendid court 10 very weary I The gems too they chafe ny breast Never was wealth so hardly there were councillors lords captains Â¬ vonl Come lot us bo goiHg from the eunuchs and waiting women all save Cbarihadowot this ghostly spotl Seethe faiat mion The hour passed but Cleopctra and Cbarmion came not At length Cbarmion ights glancing from the wing of Dawn entered gently by a side entrance and took How beautiful thoy are and how sweet to behold Nover in those HaMs of Eternal ber place among the waiting ladies about the throne Even as she did so she oast a Might did I think to look upon the blush of lawn again Ah I can see the face of hat dead slave yet with tbo Horror hang ing to his beardless chin Bethink thee thore hell sit forever thoro with the horrorl Como whore may we find water I would give an oraeraldfor acupof water At the canal at the borders of the tilled land below the temple of Horemku it is If any see closest hand I answered as wo will say that wa are pilgrims who have lost our way at night among the Vail thyself closely therefore tombs Cleopatra andbewan lest thou dost show aughtof those gems about tltee So she vailed herself and I lifted ber on to the as which wat tethered close at hand Wo walked slowly through tho sand till we oamo to tho place where the symbol of the God Horeaiku fashioned as a mighty sphinx and whom thn Greeks call Harmachis srownid with the royal crown of Egypt inmajesty across the land his looks out eyes ever fixed upon the East Even as we Walked thu first arrow of thensinsMin 1 1 riage GodpotAihuuiathegardeaof Sdaa ta dress hats to keep ft Herein He raeaa aiaed even in the earthly paradise th no for bead versallaw of work -e- mploy-neat aad brain Soabtleaa tbss tew will wersal even la tba celestial paradise ploynent eternal lite would be The hue fearfal disaster m Mm Con iwMgh vailey left the sor rtvecs bata ft at homes families f naiads property aad hope When outside helpers organised the atriehaB saltitnde and set them to work reporters for tbe press were struck with the ate change for the better m look sad I i SANGUINARY CONFLICT -- Â¬ oshdI je sJ i -- hj -- T T H ls suei J - all J0 t 4 - st latin it -- i 1 ti I - itk boul tii Â¬ v- -- ul io lnt glance at me and there was triumph In her eyes though over what she triumphed I knew not Little did I guess that she had but now brought about my ruin and sealed tho fate of Egypt day Then presently the trumpets blared and And passing tho templo nf granite and of alabaster that was built before tho days of clad in her robes of state tbo uncus crown Â¬ Chufu to tho glory of tho majesty of Hor- upon her head and on her breast flashing emku we descended tho slopo andcamo to liko a star that great omerald scarabeeus which sho had dragged from dead PhaÂ¬ tho water of the canal There wo drank and sweeter was that draught of muddy raohs heart Cleoparn followed by a glit-Â¬ water than all the choicest wmo of Alex- Â¬ tering guard of Northmen swept in splen- Â¬ andria Also we washed tho mummy dust dor to her throne Dark was herlovoly JOKING IN EARNEST and grime from our hands and brows and face and dark her slumbrous eyes and made us clean And as sho bathed her none might read their message though all flow m Bolslan ralntcr IIextwBkl ten neck stooping over tho water one of tho that court searched therein for asigno Judces or a Paris Sale great emeralds sunned from Cleopatras what should come She seated herself there The various professions have their awa I peered Into tho darkness thrusting out breast nnd fell into me wttcr and it was slowly as ono wbo may not be moved and records of practical jokes which too tho lamps and this is what their light fell but by chance that at lenthl found it in spoke to the Ctnof of the Heralds in the proceed from some serious or on this at the very dream whereof my tho mire Then once more I lifted CleoGreek tongue purpose Oae soca prank ua soul sickens I There facing us his back patra on to the beast and slowly for lavas of the nobis Does tho Ambassador with vengeful design was that of tbe resting against tho rock and on either side very weary wo marched book to tho banks Antony wait gian painter Wirtz wbo year after year his hands splayed upon the floor sat the of Sihor wbero our craft was And having The berad bowed low and made assent sent pictures to tho salon only to have eunuch dead His eyes and mouth were at length come thither seeing no ono savo Let hint come in and hear our them returned for tbe judges whose dnty open his fat cheeks dropped down his thin soma few peasants going out to labor on the answer it was to pass upon tbe pictures submitted hair yet seemed to bristle and on his coun- Â¬ Unds I turned tho ass loose la that s mo The doors were flung wide and fol- Â¬ TRAVELING IN SIBERIA would have nothing to uo with him tenance was frozen such a stamp of hideous field wbero we had found him and wo lowed by his train of knights Dellius clad Finally ha became possessed af a xans terror as well might turn tho beholders hoarded the craf S whllo the crew were yet in his golden armor and his purple Vast Solitudes TTIidw Stillness Brcomti bms Rubers which be sent off to tba solan brain And lot fixed by its hinder claws sleeping Then waking them we bade chtamys walked with catlike step up tho Almost Oppressing even to his chin hung that mighty bat them mako all sail saying that wo ha I left No one can thorooghy understand the bearing his own name It was at once seat creat ball and made obeisance before the which flying forth when wo entered the the eunuch to sojourn awhjj behind us as throne meaning of tho word monotony who has baikto him and then as the phrase gens pyramid vanished ia the sky hut which in truth we had So wo sailed and the Most Royal aud beauteous Egypt be net visited Sibcna and traveled for hour be had the judges on tbe hip and cntsM returning had followed us to its depths gems with such of the ornaments of goid said in his soft voice as thou hast gra after hoar day after day week after week taunt them with not knowing the work at There it hung upon tho dead mans chin as n ecou d lH mg hither we hid away ciously been pleased o bid me thy servant I along it3 dark pine girt roads Along the a master when they saw itjoke was pwyod Another sack practical slowly rocWiug itself to and fro and we Four days and more we spent in coming am hero to ake thy answer to the letter of whole of the post road from Irhootak dis upoa the Into Madame RndersdorC by Mr could see tho fiery e es shining in its evil to Alexandria for tho wiud was for the the nobto Antony the Trinmvir whom toÂ¬ tances are marked by wooden posts paint- Â¬ At re- Â¬ head most part araiostu3 and they wero happy morrow 1 sail to meet at Tarsus in Cibeia ed black and white placed at every verst Michael Costa the conductor Aghast utterly aghast wo stood and dayi Hcyal Egypt craving while at every post station a large board hearsal one day tbe lady declared that sba At first indoed Cleopatra was And this will I stared at the hateful sight till presently somewhat silent ond heavy at heart for pardon the while lor the boldness of my indicates the distance from the chief towns could not sing ber song as it was written the bat spread his hugo wings and loosing what she had seen and felt ra the womb of speech bethink tbee well before words My heart sank whenever I looked at these bat mast have it transposed half a neat his bold sailed to us Now bo hovered be- tho pyrunid weighed her down But soon that can not be UBspoften fall from those and saw tho word Petersburg with the ap- lower said Costa tsonaidar But Madame fore Cleopatras face fanning her with his her imperial spirit awoke aud shook the sweet lips Defy Antony aid Antony will palling number cf Mights under it The wings Then with a scream likeawomans bunion from her breast and she became wreck thee But like thy mother Aphro- Â¬ few versts from station to station were bad the inconvenience especially to the wtnal shriek of fury seeking his violated tomb herself aain now gay now learned now dite rise gioricus on his sight from the enough but when it came to the six thou- Â¬ instruments and particularly as aU my the accursed Thing flitted on and van- loving and now cold now queenly and now bosom of the Cyprian Wave aad for sand odd separating as from Petersburg ski can not be counted apoa to traasaae ished down tho well into tho sepulchcrs I altogether simple ever changing as the wreck he wdl civo thee all that can be oae almost Tive up aH hope of ever seeing atsuihtf Bat BMdame was abemrate aad Casta fell against tho wall But Cleopatra sank winds of heaven and as the heaven deop dear to womans Kcyalty empire and Europe again I have never even heap upon the floor and covering her beauteous and unsearchable in a pomp of place cities and the sway of men in the depths of a Boreeaa forest felt se ut- shrugging bis shoulders nowad ia ae head with her arms she shrieked till the Night nfter night for those four unhappy famo and wealth aad the diadem ef rate terly lonely and cot off from the rest of tbe qaiesence well gentlemen said he term- Â¬ Very hollow passages rang with the ochoes of hor nights the last happy boors I over was to made sura For mark Antoay holds this civilized world as when crossing Siberia cries that seemed to grow and double and know 9 ETery thing after the first week ing to the bewildered orchestra aad dos Â¬ sot hand ia hand upon tho deck Eastern World in the hollow of his warlike To asorrow yottwiUptsyK rush along in volumes of shrill sound Drinking tea at tbe ing his score ndlieanl tha waters lip the vessels side hand and tX his will kings are and at his became mechanical Else I cried riso and let us hence and watched the nofs footfall of the moon frown they ceaso to be stations going to sleep at a moments no- a note lower day however just Tbe next ero tho Spirit shall return to haunt us I If as si e trod the ertbs of the Nile There And Dellius bowed his bead and folding tice if there were bo horses harnessing thoa dost suffer thyself to bo overwhelmed wc s it end al rod of lovo taked of oar his h wis meckiy on his breast awaited them at enco if there were acid returning Madame Kudersdorif eamo on to lathe here in this place lost art thou forever to the depths of our gloomy vehicle there Costa wtosper d to tho orchestra murrxgo and idl that wo would do Also I answer Aad salt was Sho Bt3ggerod to hor feet and never may drew upplausof war and of defense against For awhile Cleopntrs answered not but to lie hour after hour dy after day wHh anginal key No change J forget the look upon her ashy face or in the Boutin which now we hul tho means sat like the s nhffix Horemlra dumb and ia nothing to look at but the black road and sung dose of tbe air the stagartaraed her glowing eyes Seizing lumps with a to carry out and sho aBpeoved them scrctable gaaizgwith lost eyes down the eternal pine forests nothing to think of toAt the and thanked him warmly Costa rush we passed tho dead eunuchs horrid sweetly saying that wha seemed good to length of that great hall aave fair civihzctLEurope so far away but I am charmed she said form I holdlnghcrby the hand We gaiced no w is good to her And sj all too swftly to which one felt with a kind ef gieeray Theii liko soft music her answer eame Madame replied Costa with a teach the great chamber where was tho sar- Â¬ passed the iia s O those nights upon the aad trembling I listened for Egypts chal- satisfaction every jraglu ot the collar bells irony ie are also chat mud cophagus of tho Queen of Menka ra and Nub I their memory haunts rtra yet Dead lenge to the Bo nan was bringing us nearer Even the scenery of pleasant fat traversed Its length Wo fled olong the aro thea ceir nights dead is the moon does not atone for all these drawbacks The You sang it the original key Otobo Del ius mn h have wo bethought Had Madame BadarsJorfTs ear been as passage What if tho Thing closed bat lit them and lost in tte wMo salt sea us of tho matter of tny message from great Siberian forests 38 not grand bnt tbe asernagly correct as tbat of No they wero tho threo mighty doors s whica cked us on their Antopv to orr por Boyalty of lirypt troes have a dwarfi h looc produced by the phenomenal musicians the-- joke the wabr open and we sped through them tbo last si For al things end in darkness and Muth have we bethought ns and counsel immense plains Note bird not a sound is sever have beea soceeesf ally turn ted sat only did I stay to close I touched tbo heard in these vast solitudes and when the as I know how and tho great door ashos and tbcso who sow in folly shall 1 cap liave wo taken from tho oracles of the gods horses stop and the bells are silent tbe still- Â¬ bat the eeadaetor of coarse know with stone from the- wisest among nor friends and whom be had to deal Youths down shutting us off from the in for row Ah those nights upon tho Kite crashed almost oppressive From And so at length once uioro we stood from tlioW aihing of our heart that ever ness becomes by presenco of tho dead eunuch and the Hor- Â¬ Land fy H de WiodL broods over our peoples Pckin to Calais ror that had hung upon tho eunuchs chin within the waiis ot that fair palace on the like a nesting bird words tbat then THE DUTIES OF LIFE weal Sha p are tho hast Now we were In the whito chamber with Lochias and tho dream was done Whither husttbon wandered wHh Cleo- Â¬ brought aerore the sea melt inks better bad THE STATISTICAL FIEND WbatoTcr Tliry May Ho They Should Bo the sculptured panels and now wo faced patra Harmaolus asked Cbarmion of me thoy bca fitted to tba ears of some petty Cheerfully XerSsrnaed tho lost steep ascent Oh that last ascentt Prince than U those of Egypts A Man of FlRurrs Iitplahij How One May Every hfe has its parpeses for hahim Twice Cleopatra slipped rnd fell upon the when I met ber by obancc on that day of Kill limn return On some new mission of betrayal Qui cn Therefore nave wo numbered the That these are not aways f alfiDad aay polished floor Tho second time twas A man whese head is bulging wHh argues tbe blindness and recreancy of tha Icgionfi that we eua gather and taetriermes when half tho distance had been done she or was it but a love journey way breast mathematical problems has figured oat the oae who is esBteat to exist not Mve ia tha I went with Cleopatra upoa secret bust and the galleys wherewith let fall her lamp and would indeed have the sta aud tho moneys Inch shall buy us disposition of every hour of tbe daily life ot best seese ef tbe term Not a plaat that rolled down the slide hod I not saved her nossof the State 1 iinswered sternly Sq those who go socrety go evilly and all thii g Aittuig to our war And this an average man and tells just bow taaay springs from tbe bosom of tbe earth but But ia doing thus I too let fall my lamp 1 fl it Antony be tmngyet hears a man of fifty has Coveted to Ida fulfills some part ha the design ef craatma h that bounded away into shadow beneath us foul birds love to fly at night Not but what we H pt it boegfc fear from the strength toilet meals or newspaper hath and since this rule applies to the mostinsig and wo wero in utter darknoss And per thou art wise for scarce would it beseem of Autiiny tutbtlo Let us assume said be tbat the steep nificaat of earths objects with what reason to show thy face in cuanco about tts in tho darknoss hovered theo Harmachis lag boars of an average man will number or sense can man hope to evade the uni-Â¬ Egypt and a murmur of applause hv i si that awful Thing words ran dwn tho halL eight daily That is one third of his time so versal responsibility To merely exist U I Be brave I cried Olove be bravo me heardill and felt my passion rise within ot for could I bear this fair girls scorn Oalv Pcli s stieteued out his b ncls as that in any years your man will have slept not to live it is ti earicatire and bcutile and strugglo on or Loth are lost 1 The way all to d siseen years and eight months the very same of life TO live is to ha a BrThen cuaie tin Hast thou never a word without a thr 1 to psh tLcui though steep is not far and though it bo The man who Is shaved daily at fifty years ing active force in tha worlds destiny and Know asked dark scarce can wo como to harm in this sting Ithou badst never then that I went aiti n Sirs I f arc wc mradc probably had his face scraped not oftener whether one be a great or hnmbto factor la dared to go to straight shaft If the gems weight thee whither gather means to hold Egypt from the grasp there to bid our tongue stop and strong than three times per week at twenty five what his time aeeemplwhes a footer he cast them away Nay sho gasped that will not I of Antony within onr fortrcscs of stone and oar other years while during his first eighteen yeair must be it ha wookl not travesty tba very So sho Idea of living AU men are not endowed this shall not be endured to no end I die Thou foolish answered looking up swiftly fortresses built of toe hearts of men abide a raaornever toaehed bs face I Bettor hadst thou done man Say that the semi centenarian has aver with equal faculties ijl csa not be naming issue And yet thus shalt thou not with them I savo thy labor for Antony will grasp tho Guiltless aro wo of those charges aged two shaves a week for fifty years tbat lights of honor upon the worlds highway go Then it was that I save the greatness ot to this womans heart for in the dark and Egypt in thy despite What power hast against us that have como to oar e73 of no- will give 5TM scrapes in tbe half century each cab within the hmitatioas which the thou to day lu Egypt At an average of fifteen minutes per shave Creator has Imposed contribute to tbe ilÂ¬ notwithstanding tho terrors wo had passed ble Antony andwhleh nowbe rudely shouts Â¬ despito In clement lumining of tbe read The tallow alp per- Â¬ and tho awfnlncss of our state sho clung spite my Cleopatrathat ho may do but in de-1 in ours nor will we journey into CUiciato tbetimodovotedtothisone smalldays of and forms its allotted part as thoroughly as does of life wdl ran up to fifly nlna tbat he can not do to me and clambered on up that dread answer them nine hours tho light hoase cither oca could sot oe sub- Â¬ passage On wo clambered hand in hand saidNay Here tho murmur arose anew while m but with the aid ot Cleopatra ha heart beat high in triumph and in the pause If a man shosld not shave In fifty years stituted far the other and if tlM headland with bursting hearts till there by the and then attempt to mako up bis proportion beacon attracts more attention than does mercy or the anger ttho Godsiab length cad and will do it sho answered with a that followed Dellius spoko once more smile When the Queen Then Boyal Egypt my word to Antony all at once he would have to shave night tbe feebe taper it but fulfills its mission wesawtho faint light of the moon creeping I bitter up Cydnus stream she win sails in surely Is word of war and duy for nearly two months Tbo aver- Â¬ which ffad other dees equally well Ail can through theiuuoopening In tho pyramid state Nay sho answered It shall bo one of age man who is not limited to twenty min- Â¬ not M beacons all ceed not be humble One strugglo more now tho halo was draw this coarsa Antony thence to Alex andriar conquering and yet iiko thee a peace Listen ItVe said that we would not utes for dressing breakfast aad catching tapers but whether fitted for beacon or gained and like a breath from Heaven I charges nor the train consumes nboutloTrty minutes In taper there Is a part to be performed by answer to the sweet nigpt air played uponour brows alaro ItUfalso I say that It is false Cleo- Â¬ come to make and suethese for tho first gettinginsido his clothing In tbe morning escbllfo and too foot of real Hvtog or of smiled 1 climbed through and standing on thapbe wdl we Bnt not to Tarsus and Antony timo gladly will we come nnd that swift Â¬ Half an hour per day for fifty years would cjeroly dallying tut aa existence Is deter of stones lifted and dragged Cleopatra patra goes to-not Alexandria or If he come Ea only bvea ly In royal friendship to make known our amount to ono year fifteen days and five mined by tbe performance after mo Bho fell to the groendand then comes be to take twill the chance of war fellowship of pcaco upoa the banks of Cyd- Â¬ hours so that it a man should dress hkrwulr whoso Ufe means somethiBg aoooeaplished sank down upon it motionless Now thinkest thou thus I iho on nus and something la process of accomplish With trembling hands I pressed upon the Well If It weredwith a Httlo laugh ef the turning stone It swung to and caught I heard and was bewildered Could I Psays the Baltimore Sun he would passtwo ment Tfio lifo upon bamWBSt blade of tbe hillside is nobler leaving no mark of thosccretpiaco of entry please nheo think ns thoa wilt Within hear arightt Was it thus tbat Cleopatra weeks beyond his first birthday anniver Â¬ grass growing i Tis pretty kept her oathsT Moved beyond tbo hold of sary nnd this means working twenty four linn whese daysbave been Then I came down and having pushed thre days thou shalt know to see how easily thou art fooled FareFarm aad Fireside purposeless hours per day away the pile of stones turned to Cleopatra reason I lifted up my voice and cried O Queen remember She hod swooned and notvdthstandmV tho well Go dream on Love for surely Love Ctia mpibn Banwm Satcr Like a lioness sho turned upon me with a dust and grimo upon her facej so pale it is sweet Stories of Xwo SIcus And she- went leaving ms angered and flashing of tho eyes and a swift shake of Bangor- - He beasts ef the ehampson was that atflrstlbclievedsbomustbodead As I was passing up E street yesterday TShs ataer niftht ho ate But placing my hand upon ber heart I felt troubled at heart her lovely head I afternoon with a hypercritical fnend says banauu eater day I saw Cleopatra no hut Peace Slave she said who bade theo the Washington Post he called attention to twenty six before sapper and then ho ate it stir beneath and being spent flung onTbat day which followed saw more Sho her tho I myself down beside her upon the sand to break in upon our counsels Mind thou thy signs wiodowsof eatin-g- LbH supper But hold on he was not cone was In a heavy mood and had no gentle stars and leave matters of the world to tho a pair ot One of In the read Ladiesan Bestau- toon Very soon alterwards bo was ia one gather up my strength again house them word for mo 1 soako to her of tho defenso oresnBdSBBTtfci to brag tbe aum- rulers of tho world V rant tho other Chads CafftJ HtfPsaldaB of of Egypt but sho put the matter away CIIAPTER XIX I sank back shamed nnd as I did so once Now why dont that fellow be a IfcUo Der ot bananas p to fifty on a wager Ho Why dost thou weary met sho said more I saw tho smile of triumph on tho faco grammatical and say Childrens Cafe ate twelve more and thea gave it ap fearov xnc coMlsa bacz ov nxnuAcnis or the okeeteto or cnAituioa asd or Tits an- - with anger canst thou notseo that I am of Cbarmion followed by what was per- Â¬ That put mo ia mind of a somewhat similar ing he saW that itml ht oaks him sick if In troubles 1 When Dcllius bath bod chance tho shadow of pity for my fall EWEH Or CXXOFATOA TO QULNTC3 DETXIUS lost blunder made a few years agobyaaemfc he ate too many of them Such a nruacct TOE AlTOASSADOll OT AKTOST THE TSI his answer then will we speak of these Now that yon bruwilog charlatan said nont member of the English Royal Society man wftl dojsbt live to a green old ago VitTIO matters pointing at me with his jeweled whose name I forget Erastas Wiman the Dellius BESENTLY I lifted Ay I said when Dellius hath had his fingor BalHr-ay bath been rebuked grant mo millionaire bead c erk of R O Dan Oa PhUssithrnpy myself and laying answer andknowost thou that but yester- Â¬ leave O Egypt to thank thee from tha presented tBO000 to his native etty ot rairaad tram J Exasperated Lady head of Egypts day Charmlon whom about tho palace heart for theso cootie words the w ii s ro untuo sc Toronto Oct for free swimmtBg baths dont sea why We ask no thanks from thee noble The grateful berg labeled the baths ia tot Â¬ tatjattb no wcvar ca- - Queen upon my knee they nazno Uip keeper of the Queens tht j Damns nor lies it ia thy month to ters strove to call her secrets Charmlon did swear that tho anfeet long in honor of the doner tr uUman trelactantij swer would be Go In peace I come to chide our servant broke In Cleopatra When six Boyal Society visited Canada a raising- iti Ispoovils ike ihe pi the back to life How we will take thanks few years ago tbo afore mentioned bat behind from eatcitog r frowning heavily P V fair sho seemed oven in Antony from the lips of Antony alone Get thee to name forgotten member of it stated to some Naught knows Charmlon of my heart her disarray her long said Cleopatra stamping her foot in anger thy master and soy to him that ero ho can Lom an Impulse leasts hair streaming oer her and if sho talk so freely tho girl shall be make ready a fitting welcome our keels of hfe ifflprosstens published m on Shi Aa English court has been called upoa to breast How deadly fair scourged from out my court as is her de-Â¬ shall foHew in tho track of tame And glish journal as aa evtdeceoof amok of among the Caancksthat they spell decide how lo culture aa jnpuisa can mat A sho scorned in tbo faint sert Though in truth sho now farewell t Upon thy vessel thoa shalt she added womens baths Wimaas baths Ha lady was charged with shooting game withÂ¬ light this woman the hath mora wisdom In that small hood of find somo small token of our bounty gravely said heaw H out a license She pleaded tbat sho acted story of whose beauty hors than all my privy councillors ay and Dellius bowed thrice and withdrew under impulse having beea asked to take a i shall otttUve- tho more wit to use it Knowcst thoa that I whllo tho court stood wHing tho Queens BBS and whoso sin gun by jerJexoeo at a ATsxia formar pyramid that have sold a perlion of those gems to tho rich word And I too waited wondering if she ought to-- got for wants to know wtat be party ooof thrimpulse oonturaed saootiny solid mass of mighty kiekfag cows for two but her Slve promtee and name years if yoa do I would jot make good her towered over us Tbo heaviness 01 her Jews of Alexandria and ai a great price boars Isho was fird Ci Bat sl it habkaslly 1 Egypt mo Boyal Spouse there iatho faoeof swoon had smoothed away all v the ialste my at ilvo thousand sestertla for occh one 9 trnpAii UTe -- 1 tatcs t into her hea i Bats -an exchaacejr A rroat aavi fe oess of bar face and naught was loft But a few in truth for moro they could not But naught she said Only stiR frowning 1 ml iroart the 3is n- but the stamp d via a of womans richest buy as vet Twas rare to see their eyes heavllysho roseaad followed by tbagasrds qaeotu- atsapMaats tRCao who vaktLbn JiuiiJ left tbe thrjgBo and paacd iato tha Aiafcas SpecoU bit aBttabtors ovoiiness softened by shadows p ice nsht I when they I eg nupu thoia targe as unnife -- quivortd through tho gray air striking upon lloreuilrui lips ot tun cairn men tne light gathered nnd grew upon the gleaming sides of twenty pyramids and like a prom- ise of Lifo to Death rested on tho portals ot ten thousand tombs Tnen from hi3 horizon bed Boyal 111 rose us in oomp and it was AU THOSE SIGIKS OTOS TUB XILEl Â¬ 1 A Bitter Fight Rein con giigHU SparroTrr ami a Kat A novel battle was fought yesterday ia a oorneroftte Brooklyn navy yard says the New York Stnr The combatants were a number of sparrows and a large dock rat The rat was qniety feeding on a piece of bread which tad been washed ashore by the tide when an inquisitive sparrow dis- Â¬ covered him Tho sp irrow did not dare at- Â¬ tack the rat aione bnt perched oa a pole directly above the rodent and set up a load chattering which was immediately an swered by another sparrow that was quick- Â¬ ly followed by moro until the writer counted twenty two of the birds Having gathered their forces the little army began asysematie attack upon the enemy All this time tbe rat bad paid little or no attention to the birds being basily en- Â¬ gaged ia eating At first the bttle robbers formed a circle around the rat At tbat moment tbe rat stopped eating and looking up discovered that ho was surrounded by the enemy Bat being confident of his strensth and ability to root tbe bads at any moment he returned to his feast One of tbe sparrows flew around the rat several times and making a dash pecked bus apoa the back Tbo rodent turned quickly leav Â¬ ing for a moment the bread unprotected which one of tho birds seized attempting to fly away with it but tho bread was too heavy for tbe bird to carrv As the rat attacked one bird two others attacked him from the rear Finally the birds were put to flight and oace more tbe rat was in possession of the coveted erast He did not attempt to finish hw meal bat waUhcd c osely Him birds that bad retired some distance to hold a council of war The coowcM did net last long for pres- Â¬ ently they ftowrnt the rat from alt sides until be was finally compelled to seek she terundera log leaving tbe bread to tbe victors Tbe rat was loth to vieidtothe birds so easily and as one of them came near bis hiding place he rushed out and killed it Tbe onilaught was so sudden that the birds were taken by surprise and oa seeisg the body of iheirdead aompaaioo they made a rush at tho rat regardless of danger The battle raged fiercely at first largely in favor of he rat tat the latter was finally comiclcd to seek safety by taking to the water and Kwlmiaingfertbooppaslle shore about forty feet away As soon as the rat took to the water the to birds flew above him ceeipeihsg remain under tha water more than half the time which was fast exhausting him Whett the rat emerged from the water he was vory ve k from t10 long swim and fell an easy victim to the birds that soon had both his cvespecksl out and nearly all tho fur oft his back Not being able to see the poor rat staggered about in a helpless-mannand could do nolhtr to protect himself At last he lay down and died Being Satisfied that their enemy Was dead tho birds fiew airav forgetting toe bread that had been tbo can e of the fightln which one ot their number and th j rat had died 1 Â¬ and bearing Ia any great calamity whether tng or already come nothing U so helpful as et groaslng empioy neat ilea working at the pamps to save if possible the siakhna ship do net suffer ia a tenth part as as those who stand gazing la the face ml death K6 bloody encounter o the batsle fidd equals ia horrible experience the peat ten of tbe line which mast simply hohi Ms gr Mnd without returning the fire of th enemy r 1j Next to the abject poor we Btaynity Mm inheritors of vast wealth who are too jafsem without stimnms to exertion and indeed are often excluded front It by foolish social no ttoas Amusements form a sorry snneo tute for actual employment for they see lose their power to please The great naaV die cfajs enjoys the blessed reaction ot resra lar adequate work cad their children ara to be pitied if their fatnera industry daacas them to a life of idleness whose minds for wantef wholesome activity have fallen into an na healihy state have been saved from mann ityor suiado through the calling on nf tbeir sympathies ia behalf ot others Soak work is the more helpful in that it brings into play tbe best part of ones natara the part most happy In its reflex influence Kot a lew soceessfol men retire business at a comparatively early age to aa jny as they term it a period of rest 9hrit men generally make a sad mistake Their enjoyment is not half what it was bean aad they are fortunate if the tendency ef the brain to shrivel with years be not sad Â¬ ly hastened by the ceosation of its life awng -Maay-p-srso- Ii activity bn John Qniacy Adams kept at h past hi Congress to tbe last not because of political ambition aor on account of pecnamry need but because be wished by working to retain as lontr as possible his power to work Mr Gladstone retains his extraordinary working power by bram and No more craI law no law more totbe greatend of prison dMCipima ever enacted In America than thea deprived convicts ot opportunities for la-Â¬ bor Death itself weald be prefershte to the Insanity vice disease and general aV toriorauoa of the whole man physically mentally aad morally which are the natural results ot such a deprivation Youths ComÂ¬ panion tsnr 1 er Â¬ sy Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ I Â¬ to hd r 1 - 1 bnlf--Uce- 1 1 1 t Lh lii Â¬ rir Â¬ - Â¬ fc 1 ltof lag-M-n- 1 I - ths WPiSm runs liiEr f I Ur frsnaW cr Â¬ - nw ia lj iTjffil v w3aaaBt tCE Jf1 r a 3l - v 4 1 1 f Print ShoWS thrash I IP Saddles Harness iBriuIcs m The old and reliable SnddleSndi unjato mpuj In thrOyingyOUr money away Harness House of Ljrtaf uy UUying Snoauy gOOQS t Whenever seismic disturbances are anxiety which just precedes hopeless Â¬ ascertained In a particular way No 35 Second Street next to the relief the statute oners an oath Is mentioned in my hearing It always re ness the window to room No 70 in the It is llie jluty of each citizen by rea Â¬ rrequired tabe first made Tiiisi great mindi meof the desperately calamitous Garnet t House lias a complete hotel herein skilled pbyslclaus were son of bis relation to others to stock of statute falls short of accomplishing the affair that took place in Callao Peru in exploring deatl a Jracks through iiq gretTesurfa ltTcOTiteiniituteBrilrYias 174JadrijtlioC3pn-breakin5-injo- SAD ME HbRTVTESS aimd gsjlr 4 r l ir fLA- - G W FIOKELS -- andfliaJiQPeless farmer 14 I like Elde rv mayAsi eautreu to cif e- JL LEGEND OF CALLA thoSnsH iCTti ursame Boud as f aTesubordlnaf2 QgcjjrrQjjm rounty ftpj f ricridlywgunapws the mount The Fayette EonntrGraBary Receives para equal to fa lOBBaperKJB 10 their iaBrand law is wise MOUNTAI ISLAND a atromrtlcelnre preuecessoM nHileaa ureal ieinedyivviiicii coui 1iii5 fCT THE nore attraciivpitotheseubiquitous SK r LOREN2A GOT ITS gardens Imcauuot beltey SsFbaSSbca ndlcated firecuyeiy used to prevent moon MHp3Tchs than 2 Gentlemen of Jury fl social condition 04 rune Dronefl y atlrlb- - Hbeflfls prevaleninffiejcomrauiftty ltws of his nntivd stafo nrotectx him This communitthXresU under ili ibttfd to BfdlIur0ori CtsW execute qndmpresslou llfatiliefciizen to net Jdnljlit Ride Taken by IeriTJaoijW T Li rt unman wooitz jug iirasLexBjVf iiif Tn v - v shadow nf a tprrltilf fmcoilr On llic thelaw A Hie jjjrprman illicit Acalnst IIU Will If aTnnu tiri ilH KJUeill hi ikjp atfineui uiuau Hlsnil m rfsfc loolc jQUfor themselves afternoon pre- the fasjS of h tliatidi35tfratuyf his aik SAro Trnthrit Set ono nfatfr tVmUr at d lieacyaCc6aingly An unpleasant wa one of acrpsjil wjanding on Muhi vaiLslosnmp fcctent The Ai is nut Hip far For the Irank riayed bj the Waved f ing to meets TOvS of these pete street In this city watching will that tbe expression of the will of society ther reasons doubtless hat to obtain temper JUDOEOKTnySnAROE faithful Id tbe discharge of theiiyluUes lift VatbWJ t or be yteftenatlutftVwdjruntil TwFnen 3W lilf tin -- tQi ijmmir w drdttitated IE 10 conn NM J oBaayre irti tlleJJLif 12 1 1 2 n Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers E Toe Weights Soaps Oils and everything else needed by persons who handle horses in saving money by buying Saddles Manufactured io Order the best of everything at and none but the best materia reasonable prices and used Gentlemen ladies and boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Hames Backbonds Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hatne Strings Plow Lines BHimI Bridles Whips and other things 11 B u jd on the farm Only experienced workmen em jlord When yon make money by If you want a Saddle you have getting the a hundred to select from ranging an priee from 4 upwards Ifjou want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in Eve 0 price from S up All prices of Tlow Gear from And the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot of lap Cloths Exactly tyonWant cer brought to Richmond 41- - vitals of one engaged in that tragedy when a distinguished minister of the gorpel ir this oily approaohed and said Judge oh Judge cant you do something to stop this awful SHEDDING OF BLOOD Best f jytlims Â¬ I LL PAPER eefae Our GfMHd Ctairarree Sale of Walt Paper was a perfeet W EE 2 IWcMKe we tatd made Hf o4r mind to rwH f t4te last hmjhs gwwfcj nell they hud to KO wet at 5 cents to fittest Eaitmfe ed Gold at 15 cent the They alt went the lat roll of them Consequently we have mi what mUr alIMaitkp ItrowH ery priee loom 000 Lett 11 T SIMPLY A TKBMEXIXKS STOCK OF roni tbe ebeaest the finest band wide goods in endless varieties and at IffBW GOODS to Prices Lovar Than Iyer beard of in this waHy other oity in the Urb and remember We Will Xot Be Undersold wty to the tattd The public gen eralty are ittvlted to Inspect coods and no Yw obedient servant Ii GEO H YILLGING Decorator in Paint and Taper ineii Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHSTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehtetes are all new ami of the very lateH jwllents They are U sate on the iwK reasonable terms If y want a vehlele come and see me and jou wont g home without one 5 JOHN DONELSON 0EtxcDa352o3xniD T hi I1 I o o AL The yard is easy of access have purchased the property of the Vmpany and will keep on hand of tbe best varieties of M deoiring to haul their own coal will not have to crma the railroad I respectfully rwjuest a liberal pat Â¬ ronage of the tMHn of Wth eouuty ami city IX- T S BRONSTON Tenons J Civil A G WILLIAMSON CITY KNQIHBKK Engineer and Surveyor Surveys inade for Railways Turn Iikes Road ways Estimates Riven c Farm drainage Town lxjts Jaid oflT to topographioal maps anil plats of farms and tttber lands CorreKponrf fiice poikitMl with jmrtles interested jti surveys of lands in mountain conn ties of Kentucky i Offlce City Hall KichmondKyj 9 UMAX PABRtSS GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Imes retraced Special attention clven 1 w b cpxjaTriiAifc1 IewLieryidSiMe We Iwve erected a new and com mo Â¬ di ohb Livery and Kale Stable corner of 3rd ami Irvine M rests Richmond Ky aud ask the public to give us a trial HITCHED OR FED ATREAKONABLERATE Saddle fiirjA Dl Ilm20 n But tdmnl IiIaI HI fln M W uuiea UIICU rates 10 15 HORSES I f ABBISI1 L CCXMXGIIAJI Please Read The Singer Manufacturing Company i UiIMIiir a maeliine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially fidarted for Invalid travelers c to 86 cash Any one wishing n of thl type will please leave machine order at tbe oiliee IS First utreet rt lit in stock P- - S lt J F Stone Is Bold only by order not J F 8 ment It now becomes my duly lo call your attention to he remedies uuder the law which the court can apply Homicide is not necessarily a crime Human life may be properly taken to -- At the- protect human life Self defense is of Jod and by all law it is recognized But he who takes human life not in Ids self defense is iu general guilty of crime voicing the wisdom of ages Human life cannot be taken to resent an insult or wrong The courts cau give force to this law by inflicting pun- Â¬ strengthened ishment upon those and All this you can do by getting It cannot be doubted that every mis- Â¬ thereby promote an who violateiuitSocle influence carriage of these remedies weakens your FALL and WINTER ty which will excite a healthy pubuc social ties aud may in that event opinion which should in the end over- Â¬ accelerate social disaster come or I have tlius far stated in a frag- Â¬ that the vioiotis tendency its sentiment now carries high bold and Fool mentary way what I regard important bloody front If n man be guilty he to a better appreciation of some prac SHOULD UK PUNIsIIED tical suggestions I will now make fur But if not guilty the courts should see your consideration to it ihat he is not punished Homely rlillosojiliy The subordination of the value or life punishment should be Imposed Even iu no Insincerity is often mistaken for a lack to tbe vicious sentiment or social ten Â¬ spirit of anger resentment or of honesty dency has already been suggested But The law should be so executed Tlie ring of gold is often the knell of there exist two cutis es or conditions friendship that all good men may affirm Jus- Â¬ give which They never need fear a fall who never tice should be done in mercy gentle- Â¬ 310ST APlALMXO RESULTS scale the heights ness and kindness out it should be BOOTS Adversity undermines many a struct- Â¬ to that tendency done with the coucJousness of power to ure of prosperity One is the otlense of carrying con enmtnaud respect When the reserve SAN LORENZAS HIDE Ho who wisely uses Jus wealth need ceaied deadly weapons the fcther Is pqwer of society represented by the Im now coming to tho most curious not leave it for his tombstone drunkenness Tbe citizen excited by courts is involved let it nut beinvain The sight of a mans money is often- Â¬ incident of that terriblo night con- Â¬ intoxicants more readily conceivest iThe citizen who casts aside Ibe influ tinued tho capn THE GHICfiGO ROOK ISUHD Beforo tho trouble times tbe antidote for the odor of a very PfiGlHG RAILWAY liiniself insulted and his infltraed ences of bomb hud neighborhood Umbrellas and Rubber Goods tho harbor was clear but now an island bad character Including main lines Branches and extensions East and West of state of mind disables him in the use cbuich and associations ami defle mountain 400 feet high rears its head If you would avoid the suspicion of MiseouriiUver To all points Bast Korth and Northwest from liarC or that judgment and discretion which society thIs reserved power of society near the northern shore of the harbor your neighbors never carry your molas- Â¬ LEA BOUTB to Salrltlialre Pipestone WortnWton Moux FaUsrWa ses In a demijohn top of A lighthouse graces might Characterize him if sober town Minneapolis St Paul nnd lntervenim towns ami cities It Is tt 1 111 the courts should strike him accord- Â¬ island which is down the the map the short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincuinat Prosperity awaits all men and even on as AxSLD Until selfishness is eliminated from ing to his deserts San Lorenza and one of tho prettiest pursues some but It is never found in niaus nature ambitions jealousies I do not despair pf the result I Can Â¬ rivalries and all that feature of our not doubt that in tbe end society will and most romantic of tho many Peru- Â¬ the haunts of vice THE SHORT LIKE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM vian legends Is told in connection with xruo genius lurKeiu under cover naturefosterswill continue Conflicts arrest THE MISSOURI RIVER the naming of tho island It was named while arrogance stalks abroad in the full among men will never cease oflense terming after San Lorenza the man who discov- Â¬ light of day ILrveJ8eaivasJurea3 of too richestpopular and grazing- lands to th THE HOilRID DISEASE forming the most will come provocation will arise tlie With which and economical system of The most wonderful wort of God is transportation to andspeediest cities towns and sections in Kansas Col we are affected Let there ered the mountain and is an Intensely from all beast in mons nature will continue to be a Union of effort Let interesting story when told in Spanish man but brand him slanderer and God Jn2la TcErl2ry- - FBIffi Becllnlne between SrJSantSJieand Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge Chair Caw Pulknazi the church City City be involved Great Book Given insults will come wrongs the press all of our seclal Institutions I heard it in that language myself but will disown his work Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wlclilta and Hutchinson and The wisest fish long escapes the most as nono of you fellows understand Sjiarv will be resented and should be re- having In view MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS the good of men those ish Til tell it in English dangerous hooks and is finally caught Away sented It is iu tbe manner or method to whose care is entrusted the common Mr Lorenza or San as they called with a bent up pin of resentment the vice consists A con- Â¬ school the great nursery The ambition of youth looks forward of citize- him for short was a fisherman and went ItVf character cealed weapon gives audacity to tbe nshipand all good men unite their out to sea every night in his frail Peru to tho triumphs of age while sated age FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGHWITHOOT CHANC A HOMICIDE IN KBXTOCKV aggressor it furnishes a ready instru- Â¬ manifold influence ao Behind this let vian bark to fish for hako and haddock turns back a wistful eyo along the rosy and Pueblo ciating stops only at important tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at In Resulting from causes which else ment of bloody resentment to the the power of the court stand a ready The native fisherman ha3 a light skiff or path of youth venlent stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meu canoe in which he plies his culling and It is well tho book of life is opened to wronged to one prssibly to both it is where would not produce such a re- Â¬ at seasonable hours and at moderate prices With two such forces sult is designated typical The causes disastrous If either Is under the in- Â¬ at command I cannot doubt tbe day ono paddle He sits on his knees in the us page by page Were all the hard lines THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LIKE bared at onco tho task would be too hard which would bring into play the ten- fluence of intoxicants death frequently will not be distant wjien tbe typical stern of tho boat and fishes with a lino to To MardtouPrkosPeafe the Garden of tho Gods Cascade Green Mouita 200 feet long using his front finger for a master dency referred Io even iu puch cases conies quieter and more senselessly 21 mountain parks mining camps and cities sant Kentucky homicide will be a thing id pole On tho fatal night of Oct 28 San Not only should careless statements reEka3 be flshing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorauj huntincr DEATH nOKKID DEATH and give to that tendency deadly vital- Â¬ Its Vestibule Express Trains aro equipped with every modern improvemt the past and our society will take to had just got a bite when ho heard the garding our neighbors be ignored but r i that can add vO safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyi Follows close in the wake of the cit Â¬ itself the type of a bright brave re- Â¬ ominous rumble Before he could either facts themselves should be often sub- Â¬ ity are too numerous to admit of any They also mako close connections at terminal cities in Colorado On U Depots with the Denveraiid Rio Grande Colorado Midland proper generalization land the fish or grab his paddle ho felt dued in the interest of right thinking and There i one izen that is tumble to control his appe- Â¬ fined aud cultured manhood Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all otter divrglngBnee Union Pac c himself going up in tho air It wa3 so fairness to our fellows Arkansaw Trav- Â¬ great moving cause of these Woody tite for Intoxicauls and Is nlways For Tickets Maps Time Tables dark that San couldnt see anything 60 eler issued monthly or further desired Folders copies or the Western Tr ji information results known to which I cannot in with the one who carries about his THE LOST CABIN MINES -- S ho clutched both gunwales of his boat E ST JOHN this connection fail to make reference person a coucealed deadly weapon JOHN SEBASTIAN and hung on Presently there Told by tlie Hand Gsneral 2Ijnajcr There is a sentiment pervndiug our Society again and again by these two Three More Urn Lost In the Search for other jerk and tho fisherman caino an OaaT Ticket Pa s Aezt CHICAGO ILI A rather unusual case of a policemans went up a IU Falmtotn Riches society which attaches odium to a citi- Â¬ vices one or both combined has been few more feet sagacity is told by a gentleman of cen zen who declines to resent a personal overwhelmed with humiliation aud to The discovery has just been reported Tlie unhappy man was too frightened tral Missouri Some years ago CoL Will Â¬ Carbon county authorities of the a a 5 insult by violence The fear of this sorrow without adequate cause They skeletons of three men in n camp in the to move so ho sat there going up by iam F Swltzler of Columbia in com- Â¬ p LWJiiyUJU52J jerks until daylight Then San peered pany with an old gentleman of Howard odium sharpens the dagger and loads have made countless widows and wildest portion of the Wolf mountains KJplna Short Ilantl Catalogue and fuU lZfarnatlonlmJl They have remorselessly Tho frames were lying close togother over the edge of his boat and found him Â¬ county and a St Louis physician wero tbe deadly pletol The sentiment U as orphans self sticking on top of a mountain 400 in this city together witnessing some ex- Â¬ e false as ruinous He who oilers the dii veil the iron Into tbe hearts of re- Â¬ wrapped in blankets and the manner of Q I liii iJS death is a profound mystery A small feet in tho air The peak was so sharp hibition During the performance a lady insult should be punished with the lations and friends sum of money and a watch were found that it pierced the bottom of his boat and spectator exclaimed Im robbed P To Dru 11 Ken 11 ess is a public offense It is scorpion stings of public opiuionaud stuck up four feet abovo Sans head Ho prevent tho thief from dropping tho In the pockets of one of the men mak not the brave man at whom the Insult more it is a crime But society has WE CARRY NONE BUT THE ing it eviaeni inai 11 nicy wtro mur- Â¬ still hung on to his fish line winch had purse into anothers pocket Col Switr Is directed General Iirown of Indi- Â¬ undertaken Io suppress or control It dered tho crime was not committed for a horse mackerel dangling from the hook ler exclaimed Hold your pockets A ana a distinguished member of Con Â¬ rather by its manifold influences other mercenary motives A diary which Iiad dead halfway down tho mountain The policeman standing near by immediate- Â¬ survivors discovered San in the morning ly nnd energetically ordered all tho men gress aud a gallant soldier in the war than through the courts The penally been carcrully kept to Aug 28 1886 by one of the prospectors told their story and that is tho beautiful legend of how in the immediate locality to stand in a of the States while delivering a speech for drunkenness Is merely nominal line Walking around the lino twice in the House of Representatives Wa The penalty i only a flue of a few to a day or so before death Their names San Lorenza got its name and as our htock is not large we are How did they get Lorenza down off he liegan at the gentleman from Howard iterrupted by an oflered insult by an dollars though it is increased uuder were Charles E Burnes E Nathan Hub- Â¬ tho mountain asked the coutiuually renew Inc it and therefore You are a carpenter and said lubber to the and Oeorgo Cantline other member which the sentiment municipal government I can assign bardLinkville Ore in the and they had our aeck is ALWAYS FRESH We I wa3 just going to tell that said next You are a literary man coming loft spring of 18S0 prevalent in our community would no adequate reason why drunkenness to search for the legendary Lost Cabin the capn in an angry tone but as you to tho next he saidr You are tho thief seem to bo in such a devilish hurry Ill and searching him found tho pocket have answered with a blow or death which i9 so debasing and brings to gold mines I And tho crusty book Asked by one of tho gentlemen He kfpt right on with bis speech His women and children so much acute These mines It is said were opened by let you wait awhile friends thinking he did not hear the mortification and sorrow aud to socie- Â¬ a party of Argonauts moro than forty old sailor walked away Chicago Times how ho could designate a mans calling tho officer said The doctor there has remark called his attention to it He ty such disaster should uot be visited years ago and are reputed immensely THE RAZOR BACK caustic on his fingers the carpenter has with severer penalties Strong man Â¬ riclu The adventurers were driven out elopped and with dignity said anil in consequence our prices are cuts on his hands the I did bear tbe statement of tbe gen- Â¬ hood is essential lo I he State Men one fall by Indians and returning in The Uacer of the Tenneuee Mountains U ink on his fingers theliterary man ha3 M MILES THE SHORTEST thief has hands the spring were wholly unable to relocate Alrrayi Hnngry should be required to be temperate their claims tleman and he is despicable Tho savages had effectuWhoever places the horso or tho dog which show no evidenco of good work Every member of the Houje but one I moderate self governed St Louis IiepUblic ally destroyed every evidence of the pres- Â¬ next to human beings in tho scale in- Â¬ of any kind The carrying of a concealed deadly ence of white men Even tho trails had telligence and sagacity lias never of applauded the old soldier That one WITCHH1KER JEWELEB made Keatlntlc went home and never came back weupon is also a public oflense The been completely obliterated Tho major- tho acquaintance of the Tennessee hog BBTWBBN A number of literary peoplo in Brook- Â¬ penalty is 11 flue not less than twenty ity of the party gave up the search after tho razor back One who knows tho pig incident it illustrative lyn indulged from time to time in ama- Â¬ JffGive us one trial and j ou will This THE nor more than a hundred dollars aud arfew months but two gold fever victims only as the fat sleepy grunty occupant teur theatricals II 1BIIKICIOUS SENTIMENT DEALER IN K They produced a corn- be convinced has no I denounce springs rom a con fusion of confinement in jail for not less than remained in tho region for years event- - of tho stytho daringidea of tho spirit and edy One of the actors played the part Ull ually becoming demented hermits and wisdom and enterprise of the the moral perception of true relations ten nor more than thirty days 1 finally dying in their ITAGAN GHENADLT TIME 27 HOURS species when born nnd reared among ui a uurgiar ana naa to climb Tip tho Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and mountain homo outside of tho house in which tho enter- Â¬ nut it lias driven many brave men to think as a rule tbe juries impose the 29- Prominent citizens of Wyoming have the rugged mountain regions of thoCum ue pair desperation death and suicide peualty when the offender is caught tainment was given and enter through a ENTIRE TRAINS from tjmo to time outfitted parties to berlands In contrastwith the close pen Plated ware etc Special And it is more dangerous because But the law is practically of no effect BAUGAGE CARS hunt for tho mines but all searches liavo which is nil tho world his northern cousin window which was at the rear of tho improvised stage He hurried around DAY COACHES closely allied to the true and noble Few citizens obey it because of any been fruitless Tho Indians have kept ever knows freedom fa the very attention given to air his from tho dressing rooms and valiantly I AND SLEEPERS The odium which attaches to one fear of punishment The law is prac- Â¬ their secret well That It is still in their pigship breathes from tho time when he commenced rather than the other is due to the con- Â¬ tically of no eflect aud for two reasons possession Is evident by periodical 6oles opens his narrow speculative eyes in tho a policeman to 6trngglouptho wallwhen years at 7 Court rUtf now st For5 DIAMONDS Run Through Without Change ception that the insult is not resented The charge of this Iftense Is rarely 01 virgin gold by tho crafty chief of a becchen shade of the hill3 until tho un- Â¬ thinking himgrasped llm by the neck a veritable burglar Ho small band of predatory Ufcs Burnes lucky day when he is cornered by human Bt Thrd Md Fourth LOulSMuiij by violence because of a deficiency in preferred except when tbe offender Is diary tells of n quite eventful started to explain but tho nupion of tha overland craft and numbers and reduced to bacon AKD OTHER PRECIOUS STONE 110 MILES- - THE SHORTEST courage in the one to whom the insult arrested for some other oflense or Is journey ManeatfiftJ kkU fUrIll MW from Oregon to the Wolf moun His education begins in infancy guidl law would havo nono of it The audi Â¬ Ctrre all orau rrP PrRrtra7rr is oJTtred ence was wondering in 11a Tneantimo The odium arising from developed in the course of an invest 1 tains and of tho assiduous search for the by hfa mother who shows HKOHiO and KKXUAIi DiS T HOUTtS THE QlTlCIvEbT EASES what appears tn be a display of cow gallon of some other nftehse besides Lost Cabin Soma days he thinks they into all the best gardens him tho wnv why the play tlid not prxieed and tho orchards alid young1 actors and actrej ijponnatoiTlea and Impotency eson tho stage ardlceii intense In the ratio of tbe ad- the very nature of tills vfFense is fnich art neox thdJ treasure and again he cornuelds b u tke rarfi la jMi kiu ncc I HeIs a shifty fellow was b UTT ran V otter run u4 mtxlmt McltlkU Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida miration or appreciation by he public as precludes In a large mauner detec writes in d hopeless fashion calling thd therecommepit given hy a Cumberland wero eagejly waiting fa tho burglar to wifrfKb MiMirM hAlul FmnMii lauM cau oinl give them their ne when Promptly done aud In a workmanlike of courage Our society may over Â¬ tion Agalq thU vipe lurks behind trip a fooTs crrahd lie scouts tho Idea valley larmer to a recent northern settler enter heard - TIME S H9DRS they shrieks yells oaths and CnfuiM mlliai Um f fc riT7CrSii estimate the importance of physical the vicious sentiment already de Ktribed mar uip inaians concealed tho wealth of the porker he was about to sell him threats from tho garden manner a TlietlnTy Lthe KunrUinr Through Rushing out and sayj that either an earthquake or Ha has alius shirked for bisself courage but it is a virtur and though where the fear of an uulust odium The they found tho amateur burglar Sleeping Car Cinointatito Jack thrash Â¬ Cash Paid for OJd Gold and Silver landll4eremQve4 tht voluablo gulch purchaser gave ono thought to his own souvllle Without Change it may be the commonest virtue among drives citizens to violence o rUOMlkvillnlKUel asickha a The three men prospected in different garden patch but not enough for his ing wildly around the men yet manhood is not complete Is thought that an iusuVcnrlQt directions each day and moved their summer was spent in devising barriers brawny tooliceman sat on his Shoulders SSDont forget the place next door It MmktfutfAniit iimwlHmliMt hormnering lib neck into the mud San 10 without it aud patriotism could not be eflectually or at least safely resentÂ¬ camp two br three times a week Burnes over which or under which ine rost ontce JKicnmond KyK or through r survive it ed unless ttie deadly weapon be con- Â¬ writes In dud placer Wo willdlg over which it was pastime for that hog to Francisco Argonaut Mjttlfullain jann4 tf CJU5 Ottarantood in all Cases The solution of the problem sug- Â¬ venient FROM JUNCTION Q1TYTO If society would focii Its every inc of this wilderness before we make his way and tho mans anger was -lAtw mHr or br mn frr An UnlmprOTed County IMM gested i therefore peculiarly embar- Â¬ manifold Influences upon this viceaiid give up Tha4iscovery wul make us finally lost in admiration of tho sagacity millionaires- CHATTANOOGA Logon county V Vn Las jin area of Tbe area of Wolf of the animal whose feats of agility nnd rassed by reason of the act that a jer that or drunkenness and its victims all TxUVATE COTJNSEIOR FBCARR mountains is several hundred thousand ingenuity enabled him to maintain his 800 squaroTniles Tho only town in the CTWELLS BIRMINGHAM Or KB rrM max U ur lUmi rautlr niclous sentiment springs out of and made to appear to themselves as despi M far Omt acresown healthy condition and also to treat coUnty is Logan 3ourt House with a MisraqiAN has root in a worthy virtue cable as they ought to appear to nil The skeletons of the three prospectors his friends for ho is not wholly selfish population of 300 There is only one JAOftSOii HUT WHAT IS THE ISKMEDY good citizens I cannot doubt that the have been minutely examined by surÂ¬ I have seen him plant his long snout church building in the county and that GO VIOKSBORG Some cry out that the courts do not vicious tendency to homicide in our geons but nothing showing the causa of under a gate and raise it more and more was erected by a private individual Tho C s MOBILE execute the laws Let there be a more community would In a large degree be death lias been discovered Violence until he Iiad wormed himself liallway nearest railroad station to thecounty scat and starvation are out of tho question through then hold it resting on Ids la fifty Ovo miles Goods are taken to ringing execution of the law They relatively harmless They may have flavored theirgamewith strong razor back until tho drove of tho county in push boats at 6cvcnty five Close Connection Usde at New Or- say the juries tlo not perform their Again obedience to the law even leans wiib Sotltlftsrn Pneiflc duly that the lawyers obstruct and now may be materially jrromoted and some poisonous weed A favorite theory half a dozen or more followers under his cents per 100 pounds as there are no T10 Oilj Cftal Yard ia Town and Texas Pagliie for and Ono with precedents is that ono of charge had squirmed through then roads throughout tho county Land sells defeat jusllce resort to violence lessened If there was tho three poisoned mcoirx - r rvtvi au iiii or stran- Â¬ with on exprossivo grunt he would lead from 51 to S3 per acre Denso forests Texas Mexico California This criticism may to some extent a free use of the preventive power of gled his companionssmothered and afterward mado a raid on tho com field where a forest cover tho greater part of this hilly and be merited But within my observa- Â¬ the courts away with himself Thoro have been of tall stalks from twelve to seventeen mountainous county Thehilkare full 12 Hours Quoker than any other Line Only a square from the Court house tion on the bench for six years I have That powercannowbe invoked upon numerous casQ3 in tho mining districts feet high hod been left supposably bare of veins of coal varying in thickness from lou dont have to eenu away out to J Direct Connexion Mode at Shreveport of ono covetous spirit JWur to twentr ono feet Exchange Been but few cases liefore the court the oalh of a person that another has nnd then accepting a killing his mate to decay during the Bhort wet winter tlie depot maniacs fato Piggy knows however that now aud when men charged with grave crimes threatened to with Texaa and Pacific Ry Cheyenno Cor St Louis then an car has been overlooked and ho without Transfer fcr have escaped Just puuuhment Nor Dethroned SaTereln In Munich COMMIT AN OFFENSE enters tho rows cocking his head now Munich seems to bo a favorite placo of CoalDelmndto ujpFuiof Tom Hothern do I recall tbe act of any attorney In Against I1I3 person or property or Ts2asc Sfesico California on this side now on that squinting up rendezvous for dethroned sovereigns Hani on the Traveler etich cases belntr responsible Human upon information given under oalh by Up In the vicinity of Schcodlc lake a at the top of each tall stalk until he sees Tho ex queen of Spain tho ex king and agencies conduct courts and tney are any person that another is about to man who had a new road to sell failed to an ear at tho top then quickly he strad Â¬ queen of Naples tha and duch Â¬ Soft Goal and Anthracite not exempt from human practices Rates MhH address commit violence- - endangering human mako satisfactory terms with tho town dles tho jottom of tho stalk and rides ess of Toscana the would bo king of - KRANJCW WOOLEY Wilhhi six years I havo sentenced life or by theqourls own motion when nnd so on tho theory no pay no road it down within his reach Quickly it Hanover are all frequent visitors at tho Nut and Lump Goal tSSTSaW titjiiit iu in ueaiu lor wBmaffiES8 A TV PaC ArI LexlHgion Ky f HM iu uiuruer jour iu the evidence of such intended violence felled trees across tho way until the town is devoured and another soueht out and royal conrt The population takes very BARRETT this court Yet more cases of homi Â¬ to person or property is developed should pay liirn Tor opening it Travel- - captured until the field is gleaned when littlo notice of theso quondam high per Â¬ Now open at Myers old lumberyard Trav Pass Af rV GnaUarieoga Tean cide await your InvosUgatlc than before it TJuder this law he person era who recently passed through that reÂ¬ ho rallies his troops and guides them into sonages whoso generally comfortable next to Second Pn sbyterian ohurcb now ever known before The officers of of t lie citizen may be feiztd and be be gion think the innocent passenger gelaJ pastures stockrtoGates and bars aro a and well fed appearance Is not calcu- Â¬ Quickest delivery in town Lowestv J D Q Bdwakps him Barbed wiio s lated to excite commiseration for their prices Try us Lewiston laughing this court are intelligent energetic and confined in jaU to prevent his violating tho worst of tho controversy Qen Paw Apt QwiUrMlfcf an agreeable Jrritanttohk ibhioceros sad fateQlaegqw Citizen Journal 17- 0 T TOLLS CO CaWJBCAtfvQ ma LOWEST PRICE yM ui Mmm SHOES HATS GAPS COLLARS CUFFS COME SEE US WALiMl RIGE Will ihwbp The response to that challenge I now make to you and through you to him aud his people It is in no sense exhaustive or the subject of which it treats it is merely suggestive and I fcliall be content If it commands i our thoughtful consideration and gratified if it awakens any one of my countrymen to a higher aud truer appreciation of the duties and obligations of citizenship Tbe double homicide to which reference is made evin If exceptional In its character will ever be referred to by this cotnmu nliy with feonow aud regret But If it be considered symptomatic implying social conditions that at all times render posi iblc tbe recurrence of such Woodshed it fehould be regarded with eignincHiit alarm by all thoughtful citizens It was this consideration I doubt not that gave to the inquiry of the Christian minister the sharpness of anguish It cannot be doubted that this homi cide succeeding many others of a slm liar character arising from similar causes evinces in our society a tenden- Â¬ cy which leads to mischief wrong aud often to violent death Shall ue control can we AKKET THIS TENDENCY This problem is presented for solu- Â¬ tion to this generation It is said by some that this tendency can be traced back even to our pioneer days aud co- Â¬ existed with tbe organization of this Commonwealth This may be true what may have been the cause of its origin and growth may be problematic and furnish a theme for speculation but certain it Is that within the mem ory of this generation its line of death is too distinct to be mistaken It does exist It has resisted the sweet Influences of Lome Neilher the church always Inviting to that peace it alone can give tbe venerable order of Free Masonry with its lessons of the broth erhood of man tbe beautiful order of Odd Fellowship nor the common t choDl or any other social agenoy has restrained it If or has the product of all these our Civilization subdued it All claxses ordeis and conditions black aud white are aflected by it in some degree more or less It toesibly taints the higher classes more and herein lies its gieatest possibility of injury to other people Society made up of the individuals takes to itself the type of the worthiest who iu turu oiler to society tbe meas ure of its development As said by another A people is but the completer life of one and those who live a9 models for the masses are simply of more value than they all The leadership of society defines its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and such terms may be impose 1 upon him that will deter him from his contemplated violation of law If he has actually violated his public duty the other remedy is iuvoRed be is seized by the officer of the law in manner designated by the law The character of his oflense is ascertained and he Is subjected to punishment ac- Â¬ cording to the character of his oflense to the double end that he will In the tuture better regard his obligation of citizenship and the force of other in- Â¬ fluences requiring obedience be Toenforce that duly eoeietyArlngsl afwaysappearetl to rne hatltsnouId to bear upon him tbe influence of many be the duly of all ministerial officers to social agencies Tbe borne tbe church applyTortlili remedy and obtain the Common school the college aud many 4 6atne whenever such Information came other Iu4tilutioii3nmong us areeeveri to them that now authorizes the writ agencies under the influence of which to issue No oalh should be required the citizen is taught his duty and is and good faith in the officers al ne thereby to perform it should determine this responsibility in coustrained When he puts aside or disregards these causing thn vnt to issue agencies defies the influence f hi ThI luty should be so prescribed by home lib immediate community tbe law aud the ofllcers whose duty teachings of the church the common should be to act so designated that school the college aud the influenci there could arise no confusion Aud it of all other social organizations abjut necessary this duty him the reserved form or society the SHOULD HE ENFOHCED courts Is only then invoked But the By being Arm and even iu certain courts come last the influences of a 1 cases by forfeiture of office other social agencies are first exhaust- Â¬ 80 far geutlemen of the jury I have ed The courts then undertake to en- suggested what seems to be some of force the duty of obedience to the law the causes of this homicidal disease It may enforce that duty in two ways with which society Is afflicted the Iu other words it furnishes two rem Â¬ remedy public opinion that society edies for a violation of public duty itself might call into activity the re- Â¬ One preventive Iu lis character the lation of the courts to this disease aud other suppressive If a citizen is about some of the difficulties iu the way of to violate a public duly he can be tbe courts uuder the law iu its treat- Â¬ seized Â¬ ipintcti drscussidn touching the liest nualitv of oil for binnaclo lamps It is needless to say that earthquakes hod not been mentioned or even thought of by any one present except tho capn him- Â¬ self But if the capn said earthquakes why earthquakes it was and the sailors at onco placed themselves in convenient listening attitudes THE CAPN RILED fallen tree and there they vill hold rthem at Jwv with baoks erect in a sharp line of uristles 4whence Jlieir name nnd with gruntings which cannot bo described gnashing their long savago teeth remind one forcibly of the wild boar whence sprang their ancestry American Agriculturist Thev will turn in when out of a body aud chose a man and dog till both aro glad to mount ont of reach on a 3 4 5 7 S 9 10 Think Carefully Decide Wisely The Best js4he Qhejirajjt Act Immediately When Bargains aro Offered Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 216 W M Deal Honestly rs Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If Ybupoot Kheyr lis Buy Frequently If You Would Planee Us Sull Itaa6onably lias Bvor Been OurtSiF PAS1 PEOMPlLT Is Our EurnesfcBanflMfc 8- iantwia - t it- - U0 Was you there capn ber asked tho lub- Â¬ i e Certainly I was been thoro several times This seismic dis How old a man aro you capn Forty two on my last birthday re- Â¬ Say ho continued plied the capn as ho divined tho drift of the lubbers if it wasnt for the sailors question hero I would pipe down on this story at once You measly lop cared idiot did you spose I meant that 1 was in Callao at the time of the earthquake 143 ears ago Couldnt the fact possibly bo jam- Â¬ med into your skull that I was there since tho upheaval If I didnt liavo sense enough to sit and listen to intelli gent remarks I d keep my figure head closed and the capn looked daggers at the wretched lubber Dont be too liard on the poor cuss Ho cap suggested ono of tho sailors aint never been nowhere or dont know nothing Thats a fact said tho captain some- Â¬ what mollified but I do get water logged laying up alongsido of such un- Â¬ reasonable folks but I reckon Ill have to stand it Now if somebody will tell mo what I was talking about 111 get un- Â¬ der way again Earthquakcst shouted the sailors So it was said tho capn again resuming his reminiscent expression Tho desperato disaster of which I spoke took place at six bells on tho night of Oct 28 1740 The people wcro first turned out by a tremendous shock and a low rumbling noiso liko thunder Tho first seismic shako was followed by 200 lighter jerks lasting over a period of twenty four hours Deep booming noises came from far out under tho sea and tho upheavals kept on until they pumped up a great tidal wavo eighty feet high Callao was built on a rising coast with tho lower portion of the town clustered along tho docks Like all seaport towns this was tho most thickly populated part When the big wavo rolled in on shore it was accompanied by a powerful shock which broko off tho lower edge of tho city And when tho wavo retreated it carried tho town and 18000 peoplo with it down into tho sea Follow tho TEN COMMAOTttlENTS they will ultimately t Tlie Splilcru of India up in tho mountains of Ceylon Far to success and and make us happy and India there is a spider that spins a web like bright yellowish silk tho cen- Â¬ tral net of which is five feet in diameter while the supporting lines or guys as bs UR a fit 3 they aro called measure sometimes ten or twelve feet and riding quickly in -- DEALERS IN- tlie early morning you may dash right into it the stout threads twining around your face like a veil while as the AXL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE creature who has woven it takes up his WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GQODS position in tho middle ho generally catches you right on tho nose and Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools ami Material though ho seldom bites or stings tho ALL KINDS of METAL ROOFING ami GUTTBRINU contact of his large body and long legs is anything but pleasant If you forget FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS yourself and try to catch him bite ho will and though not venomous hfa HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS jaws aro as powerful as a birds beak FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC I and you are not likely to forget the en- Â¬ counter The bodies of these spiders are very handsomely decorated being LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND U bright gold or scarlet underneath while the upper part is covered with the most delicate slate colored fur So strong aro the webs that birds the size of larks are frequently caught therein and even tho IheiiMOND Ky July 10 18S9 small but powerful scaly Hazard falls a victim A writer says that he has often sat and watched tho yellow monster measuring when waiting for his prey with his legs strtAchcd out fully six inches striding across tlie middle of tho net and noted the rapid manner in TJifAcrjtTAirrrED with the geography or the cohntht wili oBTJirT which hewinds his stout threads around MUCH VALUABLE EiTOItaiATIOir TEOM A STUDY OF THIS JTAP OF the unfortunate captive He usually throws tho coils about tho head till tho wretched victim is first blinded and In many unfrequented then choked dark nooks of the j unglo you como across most perfect skeletons of small birds caught in these terrible snares the strong folds of which prevent the deli- Â¬ cate bones from falling to tho ground after the wind and weather have dis Â¬ persed tho flesh and feathers Ex- Â¬ change lel SHACZELFOEDaEITTEY 1 fryalu fr3ST - Â¬ 7 Â¬ fPas Â¬ Â¬ - 2LdS5prtn cz BRYAN STRATTOM Business College VILLEa KY mm A D RUFF BEST GOODS MyaiaSullforCasli Exceedingly Low 8 Hours the Quickest SETTING rf Â¬ REPAIRING - grass--whil- THE SHOKT LINE -- rtmUdainiATrr Â¬ - T WELLS SSliilliM 1 OIobe-Demo-cr- at e- 6For lnl y8 4 vr WBmW9UttX 31 J KWsarwggegiBi iHfQS JK ift- i fcr - HE rfDN E CLIMAX SD AY JO EC 4 1889 Mem- - Girnct Houswa dose mat it -- j ijjc n - Mnrtpns an J luff charee to the 05 -- irHV ra ji hJ on i that came ThranVsgiving i x a nr stage now goes out at 7 cmoning rctiicistoff Ja the so tlr - IM r- tary Governors Then the city turned Â¬ R Stone of Eaglevilic Ohio has it into a public school The demolition What Grant Wanted To Do sold the weanling filly Passe Rose b of Jeff Davis hnue would remove gusDuring General Grants lifetime he dam Lady Tennis b the most conspicuous souvenir of Con- Â¬ Patron 214 4- - S ntt soW the Jonathan wanted to appoint Justice Samuel F Mambrino Patchen 5S second dam Ma federacy in Richmond Prof Loisettes Memory System is 41repp a by Bell Morgan 61 third dam Anna creating greater interest than ever in r Tont farm of So acres Miller Chief Justice of the United States merchant tailor all parts of the country aud persons Charlie Jacobs BHt the pressure was so great that he Bruce by Robert Bruce to George II v Viand 00 fetstTueeday for could not do it although be regarded Hopper Elmwood Stock Farm Union Pauls 5550 to 15 Satisfaction guar-17-2- wishing to improve their memory Ei lard auctioneer vllie Ohio Price 1000 Stock Farm an teed Mr Miner the ablest man on the Bench should send for his prospectus free as Rinsing Xoises uenry SrM loaned seven That the universal 23 26 verdict of the great k M Hubler a missionary advertised in another column The Rev In the ears sometimes a roaring buz Â¬ sale PatCos At Kidd Edmonson V llcnnial Harbinger by lawyers who practice before tle Supreme Dinelli has an abunduuee of fresh zing sound are cau etl by catarrh that ronage b s 9 by Pancoast dam Beat- of the foreign mission board of the iell and has forgotten a Court Mr Miller hails from Iowa and rice by Cuyler sold to C W Williams General Synod of the United States oysters for his restaurant or your tuble exceedingly disagreeable and very 1lease return them to was appointed a Justice by Mr Lincoln common disease Loss of smell or 15- Independence Iowa for 5100 Lona died at Muhlenburg Mission Africa TORNADO He is a robust aggressive man full of hearing also result from catarrh Goflin 2J3K 6 m by Blue Ball on October 10 of the African fever 13 Mis3 Gertrude Flouulacker who was courage and law He has been frequent- Â¬ This mission board of which the Eev peals has reversed the Hoods Sareaparilla the great Mood sold to Burlington parties for 2400 in a wreck at Bardstown Junction last purifier is imonweaUk agtkiet the ly spoken of for the Presidential nomina a peculiarly successful rem- Â¬ Seven Splendid Companies Echora br m 4 by Echo to J T Case Dr George Schall is general secretary 10 obtained a judgment of tion and he has rather a political turn of v alias Ctarle a native edy for this disease which it cures by has its headquarters in Baltimore The December 6150 000 Saturday in the Circuit Court at PhiljMtelphi North America - fenced to he Rev David A Day who Is in charge at mind It is said of Judge Miner that lie C Valensin Valensin Farm Pleasan N purifying the blood If you suffer Springfield Hheptierdsville against the L Massachusetts can do more hard work than any two of the Muhlenburg Mission in Africa from catarrh try Hoods Sarsaparilla ton Cal have sold to J WPearson - New York men on the Bench New York Star wrote under date of October 17 and his road the peculiar medicine It Germaiiia Oakland Cal the bay weanling colt Bay zen of this cetmty has A - llartford In connection with the above we should Connecticut Charlie Jacob merchant tailor letter was to hand and its contents first WACO Leaf by Sidney dam Fernleaf dam ol made known to the Lutheran people Overcoats at 30 worth 40 Imported atic coMrtiRg and reg- - say that k was peculiarly gratifying to - Nw York Flemingsburg has a population of 1200 Niagara - -MATRIMONIAL- 1 Shamrock 2 year old Gold Leaf 3uJ ir recciring money at us in Washington the other day to see and a well posted citizen of that place - CiBeinnati - Amazon He tells the story of the and domestic cloth in stock Call and John Moberlcy is in Louisville on bus record 225 for 5000 and the bay filly yesterday lar places They will Judge Miller on the Supreme Bench claims that out of Hut number 1100 arc ness - rbikHMpMa 17 28 Pennsylvania brief illness and death of Mr Hubler see him Rev J F Williams performed two Billet Doux by Sidney dam Maud V by i cterv where church goers and 1000 arc church mem while in Congress were Gov McCreary who he fayn was a genial cultivated It is believed that the two fires at marriage ceremonies Wednesday ami ROCK BOTTOM RATES Jno GriJer was in Washington City Buccaneer her dam by George M Patch Christian gentleman and a firm friend bers Majsvillc Bulletin William J Stone and William II Hatch North Middletown involving a loss if one Thursday Mr George W Morris ng Sextlncl Dentocrat en Jr for 1500 last week and among the most distinguished visitors Mrs Hubler will return to the United Office at Farmers National Bank An article in the Epoch on the salaries 30000 in one aud 12000 in the other Clays Ferry Miss Mollie Christian t iibrv has accented the was Gov David R Francis of Missouri W R Allen Pittsfield Mass has been Htates as soon as a reasonable opportu- Â¬ The merchants are expecting a heavy of New YorK clergymen contains the L and the near approach to another fire Mr David Bicgerstaff mgton jry and has Miss Lucy Gall and see its before pi paying a visit to the breeding farms ol nity offers Baltimore Sun all natives of Madison county What names of several Episcopal ministers who Christmas trade are tho working of incendiaries Deatherage c out his term of 12 Mr James P Lear of insurance California and also taking a look at tlie other county can say as much during a receive 15000 per year There are also Fine California fruits grapes apples Mrs Millie Stone is in Louisville under Powell represents Ten of the lurgest West Virginia Miss Cora Gott seven marcs and fillies which he bought visit to the National Capital BURNAM HUME 15- named a goodly number who draw from treatment of a doctor aud candles at Diuuellis Fire Insurance Companies and writes from William Corbett last spring at a cost Mr W H Lilly of Irvine and Miss Cheney whose catarrh while those getting in the 5000 to JSooo N B Milling property ami The Late Colonel William Cassius Mills Stores Dwelling Stables and Fannie Richardson daughter of Slier Mr Wm Benton has been visiting his of 60000 He is particularly well pleased neighborhood of 3 000 are said to be very hcm often seen adver country stores a specialty 7 32 originated the word spell- Â¬ Live Stock at Lowest Rates with his purchases although they were Goodloe IlfS P Richardson of Eitill county iMAi has been onered numerous The highest salary mentioned son Jim in Winchester 32 31 He had charge of the Speak- Â¬ taken unseen and he will ship them East binder mess at Toledo Ohio by the writer is 20000 paid by the PresKy Wilcox of Mjddlesborough G W McLeod of Versailles has were married on Thursday November James Dr ers Bureau at Republican National in a few days Stock Farm 2Sth They took Thanksgiying dinner tears ago wkh almost byterian Church is liere to see a Waco belle every de- Â¬ CTOIilY Headquarters last year and all the or- Â¬ aligned all ol his property of Fallis the son of Electioneer that has scription to Mr Lister Wilherspoon for at the Glyndon on their way to Cin- Â¬ Rev I S McElroy closed a ten days Thanksgiving wentoff quietly except a ators reported to him The Colonel had The condemnation proceedings of the cinnati Louisville and other places been in the stud at Woodburn the past Nrn Doctor a keen appreciation of the humorous the benefit of his creditors Assets as B vs B J Clay are in progress meeting at Huston School House near terrible munching of turkey bones R N I season having been leased for that period yet unknown liabilites about 150000 Paris with twenty additions and reached As announced on last Wednesday T itk of BarboHrviUe lias before County Judge Chenault Hon G Tlie gas well is making haste slowly A from his owner a Californian has now and after some fifty or sixty orators had the wedding of Mr D C Biggerstaff YOUR HACK A CUBS come in from their tours and related House for the practice of C Lockhart of Paris Hon John Mason home in time to fill his pulpit here last good stream of gas continues to flow IF AND changed hands again this time being you arc all worn oat really goal for nothing and Miss Lucy Deatherage look place with great emphasis that they had held Or lie is a hve young man Brown Hon Thomas W Bullitt Judge Sabbath He will preach for his peopel it is general aemuty iry bought by John I Barri of Bridgeport Taylor of jinon T jutturs li- hue his share ef patron Richards Messis Cornwall and Stine of again next Sabbath and will begin a meet mills Bspent Sundaythe Winchester roller Conn for 12000 The dam of Fallis is their audiences spellbound he got so It will euro youxs Eire a Rood appetite Sold at Hon A T Chenaulta at 9 oclock and here with his parents ing Monday night for Dr Reset at Ver- Â¬ by all dealers la medieinc a jr by Rev J F Williams Attend Â¬ he knew them all by sight and when Â¬ J elsewhere in this tsenc Louisville are present by Messenger Duroc and his second dam 9 35 sailles During the past year he has held ants Miss Annie Deatherage Miss ever he saw one coming in he would Vardy Taylor was in Winchester last A twenty page journal pwMMiod Mr J C Rodemer of Gallatin Tenn TiplieKJ Ferer more meetings preached more sermons week delivering a car load of stone ware was by Sceleys American Star wy There comes a tpellbinder The one of the High Pattle White Messrs Robt- - Bigger monthly at Lexington Ky ia tbe in- Â¬ Mr James Prewitt was here Wednesday in the interest of the and induced more sinners to confess than v Harris of Union Cky has At Walton Ky a great many breeders word took and the Spellbinders Asso- Â¬ Bridge Lumber Company employes Stan and Walker Tevis Reception at terest of real estate owners mtoe own- Â¬ Â¬ Mrs B Pocr and Mis Annie Zittle manufacturers timber Commercial Tlioid fever in one fotmly Cumberland Railroad and expressed him during any year of his ministry Mt from Boone Kenton and Grant counties ciation was the result met with a painful accident lost Tues Â¬ the home of the brides sister in Mercer ers miller men and business mon of have returned home after a weeks visit in men lumber Â¬ Sterling Sentinel Democrat Buck Turpin is the un- - self sanguine of Its construction provided met and located a mile track and fair Gazette day While passinu the big saw he county and grooms parents in Rich all vocations Guaranteed fcirelstHt Lancaster Tliere are or have been counties along the line will give the right grounds between Richwood and Walton slipped and his foot was caught by the mond Rev Dr G W Chamberlain a mis Â¬ 5000 copies Tbe advertising of farm Advice to Mother in the vicinity We of way This is certainly little enough sionary of tlie Presbyterian Church in Mr Park Lykins of Beattyville is at the intersection of the CS tates L N R ami timber Mix WnT3Loi3 Soot insoSincrshonlclalwoji saw severing it from the leg The The engagement of Miss Mattie coal Iron industries alands and hmmim to ask when so many advantages are to - peases all over the county be used when children oro catting teeth It re bubspecialty wouud was skillfully dressed bv Dr Cheuault eldest daughter of Mr and faettiring Brazil for the past twenty five years visiting his parents here Park is doing R running from one road to the other at lievea the little suffererat once it produces natural accrue on Hs completion He says that rtenptton price iloO per annum To bright quiet sleep and the little cherubawakesa a cost of t5 per acre They have named has Maim Niuholasville Journal preached at Lafayette Square Presbyte- Â¬ a big grocery business in Beattyville Mrs Jason W Cheuault aud Mr each rubecrilier who re nut a ue swo os a button It is very pleasant ta taste It hfy ta Hans Capt Spradlin and corps are making the soothes the child so Kens the gums allays all pain Â¬ will rian Church yesterday morning His sub- Â¬ Prof Tom McKinneys school closed it the North Kentucky Agricultural and Remember the Palace Dry Goods Edmond Studu iek Nash of New York scrivtkni priee map be snt free an ele regulates the bowels andis the bestkiiuwuremedy Court at BaMmere Mon best headway possible considering the of tbe State kttcet gant county or disrrhcea irhetber arising from tcetbisg or ject was Tlie Religious Condition of last Wednesday The only prize offered Breeders Association and the capital 15- Cily is announced The cards are not edition just from tbe pres retailed at House 0 1ic case against George weather and are finding a line even cheap- Â¬ other causes TwentjrflTO cents a bottle He said the country embraced was awarded to Willie Fielder having stock is to be 30000 with shares fixed at Brazil out yet but the weddiug will take 51 00 No farmer or other bosiwes G o ohers for the murder I er than he imagined Mr Rodemer will over three million square miles and had a Chnrlie Jacob merchant tailor No 50 each Live Stock Record made the most improvement in writing place at the residence of Mr and Mrs man in the Stale can afford to be with Â¬ I land ef Navassa Sep meet the Vanderbunt representative in 0 population of over one million Indianec The examining trial In the case of S 20 N Second Street Suits 25 to 15 Cheuault 824 Third avenue at 630 out either the journal or the map For Chilesburg Stock Farm reports the folnd Key guilty one other Nashville this week when something Mr John Baumstark has bought of 17 2S T B D Everett and T J Young charged oclock December 12th nnd while advertising rates address UKWM 3 In the two million freemen and over ten million Ruckcr Benton a third interest in the lowing sales in the last week J agreed a to the other dennite will be agreed upon UULHJliS Portuguese Spanish and English-speakin- g Harlan C Turner was acquitted last the invitations will be very limited sold to P P Gartner Chillicothe with the killing of Judge Lnngslon Lexiugion Ky 24 2 Waco mills The company will proceed Muir ncnts for the four other meantime our people should arouse them was principally on the night of No week in Butlor Missouri of the charge it will be one of the prettiest home people Tlte language occurred selves to the importance of the chance at once to put in the roller system O the black colt Toledo Boy 1 1765 foaled which ried Portuguese and tlie people were taught by dam Nellie vember 16th was concluded Saturday of killing McVeigh It appeared to 1SS9 by Count Wilkes 225 weddings of the season Miss Chen- Â¬ Capacity 50 barrels which might slip from the grasp they a case of justifiable homicide Judge Telegraphic SaHBtarj Catholic priests but he could find no by Mambrino Patchen 58 second dam afternoon before Justice of the Peace ault has been out for two seasons almost have Stanford Journal The ladies of the Waco Baptist church Tully by Clark Chief 89 third dam Net J Will Henry After the testimony Cooper of this judicial district defend although she is quite knowledge of Scripture among tlie Indi page to day will be found ynuujr nud has The St Louis Globe Democrat of Sat ans or freemen They had no knowledge will give an oyster supper at Todds tic by Downings Bay Messenger Price of the Commonwealth witnesses tho ed him Mt Sterling Sentinel -- Ts if the great fires at Lynn 19 the Oldest and mfwt pnjrala- - sdentWc wd always been a belle At While Sulphur paper published and ha the threes A fish pond discharge of Mr Mi and Minneapeth urday 1ms the following to say of the of the Bible and if they ever saw one Hall Thursday evening thewKI For Sale lirimliug Outfit Springs duriug the past summer sea Â¬ BiechAnici of iuiTPperr rscis in J Knjrat 1050 To same bay mare Mollie three defense moved fur a circulation overruled the mo- Â¬ FuilT illown ed Best class or Tor MH traffic over the Louisville South Â¬ would not be allowed to read it A Sena post office and fortune telling will add to years ol3 by Count Wilkes Tars of the deatl ef George heavy dam Young The Court elmtl Ings IliBlL ei weetr Send 225 I have a first class combined mill and son Miss Chcnault attracted a great phi Jonr rnontht trial L eopT Price t3 The LoulsvHte Southern road op- Â¬ tor of Brazil said he had no Bible and had the attraction and a large crowd is expect n account of the caucus ern by American Clay second dam thorough- Â¬ tion and held Everett to ball in the povercan use two or four lvorscs that I deal of attention and it was there she MLSSilU 11 BLtsn f us XI Broadway v Z sum of 5000 and Young in the sum will sell at a reduced price ahx a first met Mr Nash He is a Southern gen- Â¬ mas B Reed for Speaker erated by the Louisville New Albany and never seen one yet he pretended tu have ed bred Price 750 BU1LDERO Chicago Company has been open for bus- Christianized a number of freemen The of 3000 Tiiey both gave the bail nud class power Belle City feed cutter Can tleman House ef Representatives Bruce Keene and Robert Miller had and notwithstanding his Edition of Scientific American V Mr W J Gordon is using for road pur- Â¬ were discharged from custody iness for ten montivs and during that time Emperor had a just disposiion but he Mt r confederate monument their faces considerably burned and their grind corn and cut oats at same time youth is a member of a very extensive J A ereat nuccw Each Jue contains has carried a larger tonnage out of Lou had not been on tlie throne for some time eyebrows and hair singed short by the poses what is perhaps the most wonderful Sterling Gazette lithographic platen of cuuntrr and eltr lima e and much other matter business firm with headquarters in Very useful to farmers Call on ee or public DiKldines Niimeno enaiuilaaj and Cling- Â¬ team ever driven Guy 210 important Southern points than His daughter had acted as the head of the explosion isrille to and full plan and pciflcatioii forthe a year of a hull they were loading and New York and branches in several T S MOBERLEV The Palace down 011 First street 2V nuchas contemplate bn Idimr race JJ oeber JinpUals- the LouisviHe and Nashville road The government and slie was undr the influ- Â¬ the igniting of a pound of powder they stone 214 compose it There is no quesother seaport cities of this country and S cis a copr ML VNi CO Pvauamtia dry goods Ladies iu- v ger and M elite Whkaker Â¬ Queen ence of the priests tion that the pair given a good day and a keeps choice Louisville Southern works wkh the The jury in the cae of Walter Trim Mr Chamberlain were using 15- in London St Petersburg Havre and led tr good track could easily beat the team vlted ble who shot nnd killed Chas Shelby ins and Isabinda Thomas and Crescent route intersecting it at three said his mission to the United States is to lac to amra After their marriage the I A The I O G T Lodge continues to record and perhaps even do better than jroust and Edna E Roop different points one at Bergin another at solicit aid for the establishment of a col- Â¬ t Co-tad wkef negroes at Fort Spring Fayette county last Liverpool One white mail and three or haw youug couple will go to New York and -- 5 J ja vMm exnerlence aod have and Cora D Bads Wm Lexington and a third at Versailles and lege to prepare young men for work in grow and the general impression is that the trial mark of 215 made by Aldine were publicly whipped at New Castle May brought In a verdict of guilty MgjiJtl applications for America will sail December J8 for a tour of sev J Mary Warmeuth D C Big seen vW cross it at Nicholasvkle on the South America Baltimore Sun Z they have done much good in downing and Maud S When Mr Vanderbilt Del Saturday for larceny n nirati Send for Ilaadbook Delaware aud fixed his punishment at death eral months in Europe Mr Nash poadeace strictlr confidential I Lucy Deatherage the monster strong drink in our commu- drove Maud S and Aldine the latter is the only State in the Union that John 1 extension to be miilt south from Nkikj- TRADE MARKS If you want to buy a sulky surrey will have the supervision of his firms The trial of Dr L W Reid the spirit nity The members will give The could not go alone faster than George five miles called Nannie Perkins and she a mark Is not registered ta t 219 yet - cJ Mollie Christian B B lasville to a point ninety business tlie Lou- - postmaster commenced in the United Sparkling Cup a drama in five acts Maud carried her along Good judges say hasntone penitentiary the terrors doesnt buggy or carriage call on Douelaou European business aud consequently entoocet apply to Mrs K Coajdpeoewe J of the so long as Beattyvillc The large need Immediate protection Send for he has the latest best and cheapest perhaps permanently they will reside States Distiict Court Grand Rapids Christmas night at Todds Hall They that Guy and Clingstone can make - a J Amanda Long COfYaiGIlTS for books charts mass James P isvjMe Southern has been doing is attri- Â¬ 214 lash are felt There is less crime in the 5- Courier Journal etc qeleklr procured Address in London Mich before Judge Severens November arc rehearsing every few nights now and when on edge Sporting World Gott buted m part to the interest that the busi State too than any other for the pun MUSS fc CO Patent Solicitors 25 He is accused of using the United all thatshall attend will be sure not to regret GcfiKAL Orncs 3a BkoaDwaY K T ness men of Louisville have taken in tlie ishment acts as a powerlul preventive The North Middletown Advocate es- Â¬ The Garnctt Hesse to Close Belmont the great Woodburn stallion is States mails for the purpose of fraud and the 25 cents price of admission The might have saved the cost of timates the total loss by the late fire of road over 300 of them holding stock of Kentucky T C nct House wW close on next MONEY REFUNDEO dead Belmont was foaled at Woodburn the case will be one of the most interest- Â¬ proceeds will go to the lodge this company her brauch penitentiary if her law-Â¬ that placeatSI5000 with only S2S00 Remaining unclaimed in the Post December 9th On that day in 1E64 He now has 32 performers in Reid in Titxaci iARK rxr firr iMfr 1 ing ever tried in Michigan Dr courage to have insurance This is a big fall from the Office at Richmond Ky week ending makers had had the r Hart will begin to sell privately the list 23 of his sons are the sires of a paper he himself published and scattered 3rd 1889 December passed a whipping post Jaw Stanford first estimation THIN COLUMN Furniture Carpets Bedding 34 broadcast advertised to send spirit com Â¬ 230 performers and 16 of his daughters Journal Godlan JV e- cs Tableware Cooking Uten- The Bedford Va Laud Company Adams Joe are the dams of performers in the list munications to thotc wanting such things Insur- Â¬ last week purchased for 535000 a tract Barnes Miss Annie llazen RcvJasK Fire lornado and Accident Nutwood his best son has now as nearly Burthell Mrs Annie Hughes Dr W S cj c Also 2 Bimard Tables 1 A young lady who was a Christian last answering questions pertaining to the past 7 32 of land adjoiniuiug that place which Barnes Mis Louisa Moppin Miss Millie ij e nice side board fbrBarCom- - Wednesday is not to day and all for get present and future concerning love busias we can determine 33 performers in the ance written by Powell Miller Alamanger Badge Williams list and four of his sons have each put a ness or anything else upon receiving the There was a large attendance of sold six months ago for SS6000 i Frc Proof Safe and many other ting married She is now Mrs Morris mm Miller George Broaddus Elizzie 3eJ3fr Axtell the phenomenon is already performer in the list in 1889 The best frleuds at tbe residence of Mr George MO CURB NBTOT ZOt Saturday December st win questions sent to him by mail with a fee Portwood Fannie Beober Manda An exchange announces that Dr Say Fancy Plaids at Crooke Bennett the creates OtZVE ULOSSOXrU alt forms of fi boon s clion all that remains unsold roonne claims to have isolated a bacillus enclosed of Si when the envelope was boolced to his full quota of mares for 90 proof of the high estimate breeders placed Alexander Robertson Sergeanl-at-Arm- s Richardson Wm to womankind PositirtlT cures ml Trn Urmstous at prices that will make Butler Miss May veaksess inch as Painful Uenttrnatioa Barrea at 1000 the season Roste Mrs Mandy Clay from day to day HntH aH is crinivorax which is the cause of alopecia upon his services is in the fact that his simply sealed or at the rate of 5 of the Court of Appeal on the them sell scss Lenconhea Prnritis Oraraa aaa FSbtoni 23 20 Robinson Wm Gratdens Edic Tumors 13 their early stages and the loss list ef - Terms reasonable when the letter was sewed with thread The Kentucky Jack pot Stakes is the book for 1S00 was at the time of his occasion of the celebration of his goland for one we dont doubt it inanmerahte and unraenueaabte Stttferirjca tfaat Shaw Mrs Elin Beefsteak with mushrooms and hot Gentry Dolly aflbct the patient Try it and joa vatt exclairja i or sealed with wax He did a thriving name of a new stake that v ill be run over death already full at 500 per season den wedding Capt and Mrs Harry Todd Netlia 2 Gentry John A Poor Court Day 16- ounareasoi outers nare --ut iKtiaitea Just for fun a Stanford couple had business and he was rapidly growing rich the Kentucky courses beginning next cotlee at DInellis Gibson Miss Mattie Williuasjobn T woman I One months treatment sent peatyaM to Secretary Tipton announces a new form I Todd and Judge and Mrs Lysauder Jav Was Ihe Ttnnnt sent out for their when he was arrested This action was year invitations printed and any part af the United States on recast out six W W Estill George W Headley E Gibson Miss Birdie for a stake proposed by the Kentucky Hord who were married the same ceelhst M oner rcf traded if acrc is teaccsaA J Court day within the history of wedding It was awfully jolly to sec taken after numerous complaints had been Post Office hours frpm 6 A 31 to 7 P after strictly otservmjf directions Address TBC P Shelby W R Brasfield aud James To encourage horse racing the Italian Trotting Horse Breeders Association and vear were among those present ca CotvMnOto 1 cars Only 100 cattle on the the people sneak away home when they si Money order anil registered letter mi chicm n jtitote filed against the Doctor by those who had government gave last year 8500 for flat one which will strike every breeder as a Call ind F Robiusou were appointed Supervis- Â¬ hours prompt 7 A si to 6 v sr c Quail on toast at DInellis and auctioneer Bush says not found that no wedding was intended Forsale br Woods k Hutchinson Drug- Â¬ Â¬ sent him money in response to his adver- races and nearly ors of tax for 18S9 Lexington Press 15- 24- an half of them sold and at the But the couple ought to be arrested for 4000 for trotting races happy idea It seems to us that it is supe- Â¬ try them J B WILLIS p 3f gists Richmond Ky -tisements and who had either not received a price of 2 rior to anything of the kind ever before 15- to 2 cents A few using the maH for a fraudulent purpose The Palace will not be undersold James T Gills stable at Clarksville The Kentucky Union Land Com- Â¬ any reply at all or who were dissatisfied Briefly stated it is a stake for Ats cfoxen at 45 to 175 A small Tenn was burned in which fifteen horses suggested pany of Clay City has let a contract to John Thomas killed Henry L New- Â¬ JMBLAOK We have noticed for some time that with the replies Reid lias employed a the cr of broke mules 6o4d at 70 1890 to be trotted in tei35 the Danville Adocate occasionally grows great array of legal talent and will fight including the trotter Singlewood were foals ofto be nominated January1892 1S90 the Edlsou Electric Light Company for ell Jr son of ex Mayor Newell at 1 stallion r - z iiorse trade was falr to mUMin facetious and ahjne about tlie 4th of July the case to the last ditch His defense burned Loss estimated at 40000 with and the pick of his get of that age to be a 1000 IIght electric light plant to be Maysville Saturday night PHTSICTAN AND SURGEON es ranging from 45 te 175 Small 0 no insurance put in there as soon as tbe work can be chosen and named October 1 1S92 and Urmston will sell Crooke Bennett wJ and little business done The day Thanksgiving and Christmas is downright will be that he is a Spiritualist that Haviog taken a thorough eoetrsein done The light will be put on the 25- Spiritualism is a religion that the receiv Messrs S J Baughman Stanford Red House Ky Kindergartea umler Mfes Adams ef jeautiful and many farmers were at hilarious as wknesscth the following the race to be trotted at the October meet- Â¬ the remainder of their Stock of Cloaks I A Danville yoang man who is to be ing of communications from the celestial have sold to Messrs Hill Lexlugtou I will open Co Marion ing of that year It will be guaranteed to streets in public buildings and offices at cost 23 26 In ibe residences of those who de- married soon was observed last night regions is a part of tlie faith and that the county the imported chestnut stallion amount to should be worth aud and Miss Carrie W Smith died in Estill i ire them On Monday September 9 89 A Real Scientist wending his way home with a coffee mill law cannot interfere with him as he is ex London foaled 1879 by Lowlander dam much more 5000 Kentucky Stock Farm Â¬ Dr Larzelere of the France Medical and a mouse trap There is nothing like ercising the constitutional right of believ- Bracelet by Angclus for 1500 Surges and Colored Henriettas sold couuty last week aged 22 years a school at my home on Third Street The American bred stallion Redwin by by May Concern rt Jte Columbus Ohio is in the city preparation beforehand for matrimony Urmston at To Wiiost Bennett ing and acting upon his belief as his con- Â¬ Coal Is 17 cents at Irvine A large and well ventilated room wHI It is reported that the owners 01 one of Red Wilkes is in service at the Baywatcr yourCrooke 2G 23 own price la i OCCanrinir rnrnn 11 Pkrnt ffnff I hereby give notice that I will not be built especially for this purpose science dictates a right tlie foundation of A man in town had a hair raising Boyle countys establishments for breed- Â¬ Stud Farm Australia at twelve guineas Ladles call at the Palace before buy Â¬ be responsible for any debts contracted For furlher information apply lo D Larzelere is one of the roost hoted other night a flash of light American freedom declares everybody ing the trotter will at an early date erect Redwin was delivered to his Australian The Warm Springs propertj in ing your Fall Dry Goods and save by my wife All who credit her do so Miss LOULA BRONo rON P uans in the Union and the amicied from some unknown cause nearly over Â¬ shall enjoy His attorneys asked that the 6-230 H Third Street on their own responsibility 15- a barn that will be a veritable palace purchaser by W H AlbaughJr ofCir Rath county Va has been sold to M money Hio uid call and sec him the indictment 24- B F GAY as he makes no whelmed him He thought of Paul and case be dismissed and that unique in its construction and perfect in clcvillc O who has recently returned E Ingalls President of the Chesapeake c ges for consultation and his charges Damascus and several other tilings be quashed without trial on the grounds Farmer James A Gastineau died in every detail home He also took with him to the far and Ohio Railroad and W P Ander fT r atment are very liberal tlie cafe Boyle county price Is 78 Next night he experienced a meteoric stated but the Court held that The filly by Red son of Cincinnati jury to deter A T aiscript reporter has investigated J B Perrj Lexington Live Stock off count a 000 of which 24000 in cash goes to the shower Investigation revealed the ice would have to be tried by -- e D t Spiritualism as prac Â¬ Agency Lexington has sold to George Wilkes dam by Reeds Abdallah and - HEAR YE os record and can testily to his man with his lantern who lives in that mine whether or not heirs of Col Eubank the balance to Unless sold or rented privately I aj J and good standing The medicalJ ticed by the Doctor was a religion or a W Baldwin West Liberty Iowa the bay Lucretia by Mambrino Boy dam Gray neighborhood as the firt phenomenon take up mortgages on the property will on M Albaugh a brother to the 6ired by Fan stallion Filbert Wilkes 399 The Spiritualists A H Lalor has been raised among t arp mnr Iban i4cjm3 trt ntASTili 1 and probably a few wen directed chunks business transaction fa Saturday December 14th 89 Ladies call at the Palace and exam- Â¬ you he has beeu on the South side of a e articles throughout the State are taking great in George Wilkes 2448 first dam by Knick- Â¬ shipper is proprietor of Baywatcr Stud AT Lexington Transcript of ice as the second and is introducing into Australia some ine their elegant stock of dress goods Main Street commencing in a small erbocker 2O0 Price 2500 terest in tlie case and have raised a fund at 2 oclock P M Fell at pwWte eatÂ¬ 15- choice American trotting blood with a and notions ery my Two Story Frame Resldonee Another Unn oJT to assist in tlie defense At the recent way he has gradually built up a busi- Â¬ One of the attractions at the fat stock The stud fee of William L the sire of view of developing a greater interest in situated on Seeniid Street in Rich Â¬ F ay night as the K C train was Â¬ Some of our local sportsmen repprt ness whose tiatrous are numbered all show at Chicago which followed the horse meeting of the Michigan Spiritualists As- Axtell will be 500 next season the same the trotter in that country Stock Farm mond Ky The buihliu la an excel Â¬ en 3 down the grade to Dix JUvwr shovr was the trotting dog from Kansas sociation resolutions were adopted con- Â¬ amount as Nutwood and Bell Boy On- Â¬ having seen droves of Mallard ducks over Madison county His stock takes lent oue with all modem Improve Â¬ lbr- a refrigerator car Jumped thelrack Cky an ments good oistera stable lee howe Irih setter called Doc weighing I demning the prosecution of the case ex Â¬ ward and Sultan will stand at 400 while D S Bruce sold at PattersonLN J the on the creeks lind ponds in thlscouqty in every single item in tbe grocery line anj and every conveniettce Lot is 9x930 s vera other cars e Including fifty three pounds The last night of the pressing faith in the Doctors ability to Patrons fee is Badge b c 4 by The It is rather early for the birds to put in his store beluc loaded He has made 300 and that of Phallas following horses W IPirarwf nA passenger cars for- - shew he beat a bucltskin trotting pony communicate with those who have gone Guy Wilkes and Jay Bird We will selt at our Kentucky Horse Call ou or address III Used dam The Baroness by Kentucky an appearance but It U accounted for additions and improvements to make 250 each L J FRAZBS- 22 56 Exchange at Lexington near the Fair Una lie latter was in a cut and did 1 9600 Bradford b h 5 by Glengarry or by the knowing ones on tlie theory that room for the large stock he ha recent- Â¬ Grounds at 12 oclock three times around the Ting --Little Willie 1 before Paging their assistance and moral it on Look Smiths barnon the old Standi Bramble dam Nevada by Lexington t fver or the scleral ladies in- - iKctclium the dogs owner and driver support to him in this his hour of trouble 3 the unusual rain fall has brought them ly bought in the cityconsistingiii part Â¬ elm Muses Morns Fife and Marv weighs seventy three pounds Tlie buck- - and declaring that their religious safety fbrd farm near Louisville used for shelt too Heyday b c 3 by Iroquois dam South Danville Advocate of a great variety of Christmas goods Monday Deceiiiiber 9 S9 RrwJ night have lost their precious Lskin pony trotted half a mile in ryS and liberty are at stake and that the result ering brood marcs and young colts was Ontario by Bonnie Scotland 1700 The Tbere ia 110 empty put on about A H of new sul Â¬ Donelson bos a quantity COUNTY COURT DAY vf o great damage was done and Stock Farm of the trial would determine whether or burned November 14 together with 17 Lioness b t 3 by Billet dam Vega by Lalor but he plods along In the even 16 yearling colts entail- Â¬ surrfes and buggies of tbe newest tfjior a T much e We have one hundred mule colls and not they could unmolested enjoy the faith brood mares and War Dance 1550 Frederick I b c 2 kies of his way aud gives value re Â¬ 8 Head of Jacks and 2 Jennets delay the passengers were most popular patterns and at very tiKen oz he engine and eighty five yearlings fer sale Strktly You that is dear to their hearts and souls If ing a loss of J5ooo Insurance 51500 ceived for what you spend at his house by Longfellow dam Freddie by Lisbon and brought to town Do jou suffer from catarrh tq good and sold In numbers to t uit pur 5- Thiai a fine lot ol stoek from J4J 3Kgage Mater Bayje was slightly wrt can be cured if yon take Hoods Sarsa 1026 Lord Peyton be 2 by Leona reasonable figures of the year Dont fall to give him a call at his eland 15 hands high and will be fully guaran--tee- d oiHtsera Kx mites etftt of Richmond the result of the trial is against Reid the The greatest k V bv WUfeftJe ig aught between two truck parilla the treat blood narifier Sold cast wil undoubtedly be appealed to the from the standpoint of a campaigner is tnsdam Lady Peyton by Hurrah 1005 Dinellia restaurant- - H headquarters ipposite Bonanza Mill whereyou will oh tlie weeiwil pikr Sum r J Journal M H STd A CQMkKB 24 27 1- 7W R BRASJBIiD A CQ j by ail druggists lo always find a welcome AHerlon by Jay Bird dam Gussie Wilkes Brown colt yearling by Enquirer dam for fresh oystera Try ihem It lt United States Supreme Court -- rthis oDufltyi kk stock msst Moft4av Co V R Knights of Pythias Reorganized Graitd Chancellor W C Qninhy of cc Pearto m wife hae Covington was here Thursday with ten - f the lIero4oH house or twelve other Knights and reorganised the ledge or Knights of Pythias The lodge was named irrhonorof Mr N V food artMt Testa ra White and he was elected Past Chan one diflefeat articles for eelter J C Chcnault Chancellor Com Â¬ nncr mander A E Anitas Yke Chancellor II L Perry Keeper of Records and Seal rouple from Madison G W Pkkehj Master of Exchequer for Aberdeen viiiyh nrre W M Prompt Master of Finance EJ Kcws 39111 ShackeWord Prelate Ira Bogart Mas Â¬ ter at Arms C R Tudor Inside Guard i hot and yfcifaMy E mam one afternoon J D Feeay Outside Guard The members number about forty At Both oc4ored s place present they occupy the Odd Fellows nd preacher ad Dem- - hall of the Homsc was re A hanetKit was had at the Glyndon at K publican cavcws iwhi- - 1 rdoek and the work finished at the ledge about 3 in the morning Commander Qjjinby was pronounced a Beit vilte bought of Mr auk the 100 acres ef land remarkably fine presiding officer DM of bis Wounds A cligpJing from a Missouri paper sent Is as ipWowst Wc are sorry to learn4 e oeamet Henson Cox an old and MgWy respected citizen of Pleasant Gap township wWch occurred at his residence on the4lh day or November Mr Cox was 64 years of age the day he died He moved to tMs county from Kentucky about seven years ago He died from the efieehs of a gun shot wound received in a personal difficulty twenly thrce years ago which had troubled him ever since He leaves a widow and one grown son Josiah Cojc The deceased was a brother of Bowling Cox of Tales Creek and was wounded in PERSONAL Messrs W B Bright and William S Hume arc visiting in Detroit Miss Mary Brown of Winchester came over last week to visit Mrs A D Flora Mrs dinner with her parents in Jessamine county Strowbridge of Cincinnati who came up last week on a visit to Mrs 11 McDowell has gone home Mrs J W Miller of Louisville ac Â¬ companied by Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller is visiting her daughter Mrs A W Smith Mrs T J Scott took Tliankcgtring JI nl Cant Smith Cook of Shelby county candidate for Door keeper of the House of Representatives was here Monday He is seven feet tall You have heard that the le mjest pole knocks the per simmon Â¬ -- - The announcement of the belhrolhal of Mr Cabell a great favorite in the musical and social work and Miss Curric Duke the popular violinist and Louisvllc belle is heralded Cincinnati Enquirer Mr Cabell is a prominent young lawyer of Louisville Lexington Transcript cJ in The Climax for Â¬ hg - Mr J C Hemphill representing tlie Lancaster MiHs and Elevator Company of Lancaster was in town Wednesday stowing the decided advantages that his mill has over others in Kentucky If Hemp makes as good a flour salesman as he did behind the counter we bespeak for him a large trade as he is well known in this vicinity having numerous relatives and friends in the county and being a boss John Rice The happy pair left for the fellow generally East Miss Minerva Letchers fancy dress A large party near here on the land of party Thursday evening was brilliant in John Winer is engaged in getting cross deed The costumes were elegant and ties for B R R through the R N I varied many characters being represent- Â¬ this section ed An exquisite lunch was served The Mr James Winer of the firm of Gum visitors present were Miss Loula CampWiner has accepted a position as trav- Â¬ bell Lexington Mks Julia Prewett Miss Sarah Prewelt Mr David Prewett Clark eling salesman for a wholesale grocery county Miss Lid a McCann Lexington house at Mt Sterling and will start on Miss Jessica Campbell Wheeling Mrs the road January 1st 1S90 Strowbridge Mr A Irwin Mr Waller GF Edwards has returned from an Powell Cincinnati L R Rogers W extensive trip through Missouri Arkansas Knott Louisville Dr Johnstone Sam Texas and Illinois in search of a location Cheek Danville but he seems to think now that the blue grass region surpasses them all and it is RELIGIOUS thought lie and family will locate some- Â¬ Elder Darsie continues at the Christian where in Kentucky Church Â¬ Â¬ by Mambrino Boy lie is owned by C Babee by Bonnie ScotlanJ 850 Brown W Williams and has trotted through the filly yearling by Enquirer dam Boulotte Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancaster season like an aged veteran Stock Farm by King Ernest 500 Bay colt yearling by Bramble dam Arlnie C by Foster spent several days with Mrs Moran A gentleman has hired the ue of Palo by Iroquois Eld L II Reynolds will preach for Alto Belle full sister to Bell Boy to 200 Chestnut colt yearling by Jack Malone 200 the Mt Zion church one fourth of his breed next season for 6000 and has dam Wire Grass This is the Pomade yearling by Wanderer damBclIc time forfheyear 1S90 booked her to Alcantara Mr Pel 100 highest price ever paid for the service of a of Eltham by Victorious Mrs Mary C West visited her fathers ham b c 2 by St Blaise dam Dauntless brood mare for one season Home Jour- Â¬ family and other rclatiycs in Rockcastle by Macaroni 1950 Pall Mall be 3 nal and Laurel counties last week by Spendthrift dam Picadilly by Pell H Hammond Detroit Michigan has Mell 835 Brown filly yearling by R Jones sold three nice smooth cotton purchased from M F Darkin New York Strachino dam Alice May by Glengarry mules to James Martin for 300 Shelby the fast pacing bay gelding Casar four 315 Bengaline b f 3 by Spendthrift Jett also sold four to Wiley Woods for years old by Steinway for 5000 This dam Bombazine by Uncas 200 Pokino horse was brought from California by D b g yearling by Strachino dam FlorenMrs Susan Francis after spending sev- Â¬ J McCarthy and sold November 7 for tine by St Martin 200 Bittersweet b f eral weeks with relativesand friends in 2050 yearling by Bersan dam Sweetheartioo Missouri returned last week Mrs Dor John E Madden Lexington has sold to-- The Indies bbmild go at once aud cas K Maupin her niece came home V C Cromwell Cromwell Place Lex- Â¬ inpect the Greatly Induced Prices at with her ington the bay colt Glendower four years Crooke Ueunett Urmstous it ia old by Guy Wilkes 215 dam Wood- simply surprising 23 26 PAINV1LLE ford Queen by Almont her dam WoodThe cily school board of Ilichmond BSTIMj COUNTY ford Chiefs dam for a reported price of Va is considering a resolution looking Wwk is progressing nicely on the tun 10000 to taking down the Jeflersuu Davis nel near this place The Stock Farm gives in its last issue mansion for twenty years past Corn is selling at 150 to 2 00 per the table of aud 230 progeny of Almontsgct used as a public school barrel hogs 350 to 4 00 per hundred in 230 or better 49 sons produced 125 erecting upon its site a spacious and grandsons modern equipped public school build Â¬ Farmers are complaining of much 22 daughters produced 26 damage done their farms by the recent from daughters 6 granddaughters by ing When the Confederate govern- Â¬ sons 15 granddaughters 1 total pro- ment was removed to Richmond this rains duce 215 Almont was foaled in 1S64 building was purchased by the city and R C Fain is preparing to put in a R C Church Frankfort sold last week offered in fee simple to Mr Davis as stock of general merchandise at his old to H A Hardenburg Jamestown N Y his home but he declined the present stand bay filly Zantha by Onward dam The Confederate government however Rev J W Chaney and wife of Win the Kangaroo by Grays Mambrino price rented it to be used as this White chester are visiting friends and relatives Mr Davis 1000 To same a bay mare toaled 1SS6 House of Confederacy at this place occupied it four years Then fur four Â¬ by King of Elkhorn 10357 dam by JugMarried November 2rd at J M gler 1267 gr dam by Paddy Burns years it was used as the headquarters of Gens bchofield Can by and other mili- Â¬ Kirbys Jr Miss Flora M Kirby to Price 600 Stock Farm KINGSTON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gov Lee has received a long letler from Third Auditor Hart of the United Htates Treasury Depatlmeut In which he says lie thinks the State of Virginia ought to refund certain moneys alleged In have been overpaid her during the administration of Pierpout as Governor For Rent Alter January ioo house of a and 4 acres on Lexington pike mile from Court House now occupied by C II PIGG Mrs Turner 2-4Â¬ Call on Crooke Bennett 23 26 Urmston prices at once for Dress Goods and Novelty Patterns at greatly reduced j Oysters In every style raw fried stewed broiled baked scalloped on the half shell and every other way at HARDWARE WE GIVE AWAY DInellis Insure your property in one Powells Ten Companies DRUXKEXNESS LIQUOR 15- - ofC8 7 32 UAlilT In all BUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS the World tbere is bat One Care Ed Tipton of Lexington has pre- Â¬ many things of the best quality at er Dr Haines Golden Specific Â¬ sented his nieces D CParrlsh daughat any other pJaee Ih Ken Â¬ It can be Riven In a cap of tea or enflfce house as We respectfully ask yau le aaM ters n paitof handsome little donkeyB without the knowledge of the perwm tubing tucky a speedy and permanent euro to drive They are but three anil a half It encetlng patient Is a moderate drinker or aud examine our stock of whether the an alcoholic wreck TnousamU of drunkards high and are as gentle as lambs feet have heen cured who fmve taken theCioklen Bourbon News Specific In their cotTee without their knowl Â¬ edge and to day ihlnk they qnlt rtrlnkiwg of their own Do not fail to take advantage of the miIIh from free will No linrmfnl efleet re Â¬ its administration Cures guaran Open cut prices In Black Dress Goods at teed Mend for circular and full particulars Our Antiiracite Addrew in coandeuce Goldis kecipic Uo Crooke Bennett Urmstous 23 26 IS5 Itaie St Cincinnati O 17 18 are elieerful ornamental ami eoeifertH j We We keep every style in Gov Taylor has decided to commute Nothin STOVES Fronts The Palace carries the largest assort Â¬ Itoad horses trotters and runners ment of handsome dress goods in town 15- shod in any inanuer desired I have Fanoy dress goods at the Palace in just received au extra lot of four year 15-old second growth timber for repairing every color All work guarall kinds of wagons anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store doueil Â¬ the death sentences of the Ave Barnard brothers who killed Henry Sutton in Hancock county Tennessee last January Some of them may even be par Â¬ Ami these troubled with nerronsnes resWni from ears or OTenrork will be relieved by taking Neuralgic Persons lira urns Iron Hitlers Gensine bos trade mark and creased red Uses en wrapper Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood and Coal Stoves Sportsmen find what tbey wHt SST in iHir stock of GUNS tlie most accu- Â¬ rately shooting ami finest 8HkhdgeMtf We ever imported to tuta market keep a large supply of Sfebly Respectfully S It MIDKIFF J Deputy Sheriff Henry A Bell of Jefferson couuty was In the city yes Â¬ terday and settled the State revenue for 1SS9 which iu the aggregate amounted to 475000 Fraukfort Ar- John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ Ky carries im- Â¬ TV mense stocks of Salt Lime EC A DR Cement and Hair the best Tinware Cutlery is Complete Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ Call ua buying else plements Sulkies Gear and where and see before the best line of Groceries in BRECK FITZPATRICK the market Main St Riehmond Ky 2mond Powder of any grade and hMl ohetti to order at the lowest market prices OUR STOCK OF SHOT I ARE 8 IK SURAS CE Â¬ FIRE LIGHTNING and i JVT 1 yor -- Â¬ KENT Real Estate ReMor 1 -- iros TRADES JOURNAL -- Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- r 1 Â¬ -- ICtM Â¬ M LETTERS -- ii Â¬ Â¬ -- - er Â¬ r--- -- JK U1DE1BARTEI Â¬ IffOTICS it -- ld FOR SALEQR RENT PUBLIC SALE 1 18S Mules For Sale i three-year-ol- d -- P - S7 f J75 rraF 1 REHTDESY CERTBUBT CIIOIGE READING A JAPANESE WEBOTG SINGULAR CARE FORSICK CATS BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen Â¬ tral Kentucky to All Point North East West and South wet FAST LINE BETWEEN other perl odicalq and inlcellatieius lileniture Leading-magazines--and Lexington BOLTH BOUKDJEx Sea Cincinnati 1SS0 Scbtaulc id Effect Nor 17th Ke2 Sally No 6 Ex Shu Le le ClMetitwali I 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Kxoefot rtimtay yi it teav Ulieinall fcW mjr Arrtioi I- a nMnik a m KifH JMMa N 7toave FnlMMmth UM a m Arrlv iKiulijiKM Haref Sumlay in dally Wwwli TUAIX XUTKr I rams dally 1a vinci- ClariMnali CtMrfaNati I ai1 4 15 pm 6 30 pm 6 30 pm J l N Icr f k asrTMalton UnclHualt makiiternH iini lurall poiat Xiirtti hart and Wert Tlirnoch Ttekotk mM m4m Kacce Cheeked t any putat runctKd by a ratlmad I m fall partimtart iMtrtrrM or call ou sny ntof Ihe fiiaiiiiny mt W K II RACOX U MlJiSIX AgL Trav fMMir AKt Trav UuctanaU O LcxIhkIoh Ky V Ky IMI OKTAXT Train nfttiiK llwe HAwar-n-- at and depmrt fnmi llie CetilrMl Untm m Ihe X X A M ad ClHCinmall lainand mak 2 C ixrtati- - NraHi awd IexiMe4Mi nmwrloHii at WltictteK Jnr h K 11 JI K HVHTIX4JTOX V Piww Gen Maur V BCAUK At- - KtchMMMMl Ky iitTal UWorKfhaHtlterfiKimitneree HuiW- iuc Cltirluiiati O MtNtsUmt IW Airt CltHjiHHHU GORMLEYT IIDBKS W V 1HD BiRHESS CO conÂ¬ iOUMLEY tinue in their elegant liouse cor r of Main and ISecond Streets IlichmoiKi Ky formerli occupied 1 J 1 Ilenidon as a drug store lv Sales Harness Â¬ MADETt ORDER of the best materials mim ky the best workmen Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Tik Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzsles Trace Chains Collar Tads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Geld and Silver Buck S llarnees Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brtieltes Scrapers Curry Combs Kidins and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hume Strings and everything el e belonging to a complete Sad dlery awl Harness Sltop A Fpecialtj of Â¬ Light Road Track Harness Â¬ iormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 WORK WARRANTED ALL 41 40 PUrSfSSBRANQ jAl 11 if Ai CHPEARSON C BALTIMORE Ma For Sale or Rent large two otory I Attire to sell r rent privately lie ituaieti en a good corner Jot in JSUin ton Ky known as the Hopnn proper- Â¬ ty I alon desire te rent privately the Hievens Property ou Muddy Creek embraetag a niee reeMeiie- - a kmh btaekatakh flmp large yanl and lot wnli abundance of watrr 22 H H COLYER STORE HOUSE SALT -- - HOUSE KY including newspaper furnished by Tub Cxjmajc to subscribers at the prices IIow Two TonDc Icoplo Are JKade One In named the Ind of tba Mikado TVhere Mirrl- Tliese prices do not include subscrip- Â¬ Is Not a Failure Somo Weddlnsa tion to The Climax are Occasions of Jollity 355 Art Amateur 3 55 - In the dusk of evening the bride In a Artde la Mjule 475 carriage surrounded and followed by a Art Journal cxj train of uplifted lanterns proceeds to tho Vri bridegrooms house Hurrah for Hymen 3 40 Every chamber and every room from Atlantic Alontlily 500 nook BaiikerM Magazine is mer- Â¬ 200 rily to corner tho whole house Helfonls Magazine lit and ablaze with a forest of 100 UlcyoHng World 200 candles Upon the altar of family wor- Â¬ Blackwoods Magazine- 515 ship unseen gods seem to assemble de- Â¬ Bon Ton 4 00 scending the beams of flickering lights HradetreetV Jmirual J Jit and graciously accepting the joyful tallll 200 offerings of game of the mountains Braithwaiis ltflrMtt 110 fishes of the seas and the first growths Ituiiericks Drllir rtinr 11X1 of the earth Uuilitrguni linukt y Hurrah for the boly 4 So union Journal- ChIiuiIh L Cniiadian Magazine 25 YVmder In the best hall of the house 2AKI Ca seHV MnuHZiiie t Art- the candles larger than a mans arm 44JH Catholle VrM blithely over the new Central Law Juurnal- - 5 111 carpets spread their raysthe new doors tho new ceilings 3 05 Century Magazine 250 and tho now walls and in a deep cut China Decorator 340 niohe there hangs n silken panel whereon Churchman 95 stand a venerable couple of snow Clay Worker 410 crowned ages under an evergreen Commercial Bulletin- 175 bower of stalwart pine praising the rise Country Gentleman 270 of yonder sun emblematical of happy CHrrent Literature 1 00 Courier Journal union pure life old age and increasing I 00 Cotiiiiercial UHSfite To its left another hangs with a 3 90 health Decorator and Kuruiilier- I Ill picture of a snow white crano leisurely DellHeatMT- I7II contemplating the serene blossoms of DeiHrelM Magazine the ume tree suggestive of clmsie lofti Â¬ Vh Drnkfi Magazi e 400 ness of philosophic salvation DunliMiN biiiiit ol the Turt- 1 70 On tho right hand side the third panel Danbury Nes- 110 represents a tortoise covered with sea-Â¬ DetroK Free lr 430 weeds trailing like long tassels of golden Eclectic Mgz4ne 3 70 wool in calm rest under a few graceful Ediiilmrg tevieu 2 i5 bamboo trees famous for Education- Elect rietaH - 4 55 but unbreakable strength their pliable the whole 5 10 Kngimerln c symbolizing the meek but uncrushable 1 55 Eiiglixti IllotraitMl Magazine virtue and slow but sure triumph of X 45 Epoch righteousness Then in the center of the 2 0 liall on a hmali lacquered table are disÂ¬ ExiMi iiir JIM 11 laVt I tJJ played heaps of Kombu a seaweed of 2 45 great tenacity and duration and of other Fuliiu It tzar 245 vegetables equally emblematical of vari Â¬ Fire W tiiiiimiiioii 4 00 ous human virtues skillfully piled and Fortnighily lleview - 4 30 carved into shapes of a prospering pine Forum - 3 45 tree a pair of cranes their nest and Frank Ijexlifa Illustrated 2 GO Frank lsliea Monthly so on indicating the - 155 nestiingsand union which is now happy Godeya Ladys Book going 1S0 future of the Oraphic 5 65 to be made Guide de la Mode - 220 But hush here comes Mra Nakaudo Harperw Itazar 300 the earthly representative of the god Harpeis Moulhlv Magazine - 320 Hymen leading by the arm the bride Harpers Weekly - 170 so fair and so modest blushing under a Harpers Young People 3 55 silken veil they pass in solemnly through Illustrated Days Doing- tho guests door and scat themselves be- Â¬ 3 OO fore the symbolic table Three minutes J HfrtltkJl btkH 340 later Mr Nakaudo leads iu the bride-Â¬ Jirdge 3 55 Laiiect 5 00 groom who takes his seat opposite the Library Journal bride and ilr N opposite Mrs N Tliese - 220 arc truly a man and wife of estimable Lipiiucotts Magazine 7 30 character and are the mutual friends of Littells Living Age - 270 tho bride and bridegrooms parents or MacmHIaiis Magazine Magh7iHeof Amencin History- - 430 guardians honored by the latter with 290 tho trust of officiating at the holy cere- Â¬ Magazine of Art - 3 40 mony Mirror 3 30 Mnsfeul Courier Well then the Ns introduce the young people each to the other Inaudiblo ac- Â¬ 1 20 National Editorial Journalist knowledgments and solemn bowing on 2 65 both sides fellow Then Sir N proceeds New Princeton Ileview 4 00 to declare the duties of a man and a Nineteenth Century 430 wife and of their wedded life a solemn North American Review 150 declaration uttered in slow soft but Petersons Magazine 265 penetrating tone A funny sight how- Â¬ Political Science 3 55 ever looked from its funny side two Police Newo 3 55 men and two women sitting cross legged Police Gazette 4 30 on tho carpet nuuibling gravely over a 1opulnr Scieuce Monthly- 6 95 heap of tasteless weeds and roots But Portfolio 3 25 Pottery and Ulatswart Reporter 4 IKI to sec the matter so funnily one must be IlliL-A S aaaaaaaa 205 a funny creature too Looked at from PhIH 160 tlie serious side how much more pro Pwks 3 70 found in its truth than in a mere show Quarterly Review 270 of ceremony bt Niclrfrlao Henceforward you aro husband and 361 Keieuce 3 00 wife Sosay8our Nakaudo and they ScieHtifte American 205 becomo husband and wife They do not Hcribners Macizlue Spectator exchange promises nor do they grasp 855 each other by the hands Texai Sittings 470 Field and Farm Turf Henceforward you are husband and 2 70 Wallaces Monthly- So commands the Nakaudo and 3 70 wife Waveriey Magazine tliey tow each other in unuttered words Review- 370 Wetmiiiitr 2C0 strict obedience to this commandment Womans Journal Young Ladles Journal 3 20 and signify this by drinking spirit of 1 40 Sake out of the same cup three and Youths Companion Any publican nf Imimitance in the three and three nine times So ends tho sacred ceremony Then United States or Europe can be secured nearest relatives of the husband are by Tjib Climax at less tliau the reg Â¬ the hurried in turn to the presence of the 21- ular rates bride to be introduced to her Ah but now follows the banquet only not a is a family jolly one Original Designs good but tlie bloodItrelatives of banquet Â¬ the husnone band and the very nearest of the bride OF ARTISTIC arc present It is a solemn formal one in spite of all the magnificent dishes and sparkling wines So ends a Japanese wedding in solem- Â¬ nity from beginning to the end and I rather think it should Of course I am not writing of our jinrikishamens and coolies wedding which some smart for Â¬ eigners saw and to which they added a little color and introduced silly modifica- Â¬ I fffia--- yZS ii 32ar tions and finally fitted up for a model festival of Christian churches to raise charity Yet I do not mean to say our lower classes marry without any cere- Â¬ mony only they are generally jolly peoÂ¬ ple and eierything goes in a jolly way with them The legal side of marriage In Japan is only this that no marriage is legal until it is registered at tho registry office and the law recognizes only one man and one woman as a wife and a husband Japan is not a polygamous nation If it is the question of law Japan is not a polygamous nation If as a matter of popular sentiment the younger gener- Â¬ ation has it entirely against anything short of tctal denouncement of the old idea and what nation has not had its eld idea in practice at one time or an- Â¬ other At all events if the Japanese B marriage system seems all unnatural to 1 t foreigners we have still the satisfaction WakI of leing able to disprove that silly state Â¬ 11 Ul AlilUlJollf II ment which has of late greatly tickled the incurable sore of bald headed false AND teethed bachelors and maidens Mar Â¬ LOWEST CONSISTSHI PSICES riage is a failure because it is emi- Â¬ nently successful in Japan although di- Â¬ We have the largest trade in Central vorce is perhaps as easy in Japan as in Kentucky and guarantee salUfactiou Chicago But with us this is in conse-Â¬ quence of tho original conception of SWnle for rices and Informa Â¬ what marriage is open and honorable tion before ordering any fitvleof work and umikn the shameless mancuTorings of lawmongers Nor have wo that legal WM ADAMS SON Importer fiction called a graduated divorce system 49 4S K T Takahashi in Montreal Star Lkxinotox Ky Two 3Ieas for Three IlaUpenre Dinners at a penny and breakfasts at a halfpenny seem very cheap and to those who frequent tho Savoy or the B B B Bristol must appear incredibly bo but it has been discovered by the special com AT THE mittco of tho London school board which has been inquiring into the mat- Â¬ ter that wholesome meals can be pro- Â¬ WI TH A cured for that figure for its young pu- Â¬ pils Out of 340000 attending Handsome Barber -- Shop and scholars 50000 tho 60 on what is vul Â¬ do garly termed an empty stomach the First -- Class Barbers very worst foundation on which educa- Â¬ bo Perfect Katisfaution given to every tion can is built What tho hardship of compulsory one Special attention given to ladies and children Aloo to my country cricket compared with that of tho small boy whose learning is poked down his friends throat under theso miserable conditions I hnve moved my slion over to the Hotel and I hope all will come to Me Out of this number though half aro fed by various charitable agencies 25000 in me Yours very respectfully round numbers go home as hungry os JOEL W MACKEY they came It is for theso that the school board makes appeaL The richest city in the world will surely not grudge 150 per diem that its youngest and poor- Â¬ I also keep at my old place est offspring may have food for mind Fresh Oysters Birds Ham Beef Sleak and body Three halfpence a day for and everything that is kept In a flrit breakfast and dinnerl Think of It think class Restaurant J W M of it dissolute man and close not your 20- ears to tho cry of the children lest a worse thing como upon you than dyspep Â¬ sia and serve you right London Blus tratcd News SYMBOLIC RITES AT THE TIME OF MARRIAGE An Institution In Ireland for the Treat Â¬ ment of Maimed and Disabled Felines AjMtt An appeal for contributions to an un Â¬ usual and peculiar charity appears in The Animal World to which lovers of tho feline raco will doubtless respond with alacrity It seems that tho home for starving and forsaken cats founded about four years ago by Miss Swiftc is sadly in need of money to cany on its humane and eminently practical and necessary work Whilo babies starve in tho tenements the cats retreat is maintained and supported In such a manner that every kitten receives per- Â¬ sonal attention and interest and nono are allowed to leave tho home unless guarantee is made that they will better their condition This home is built at Whitechurch County Dublin lodge Ratlifarnham and its object is to protect cats against brutal neglect and actual torture to nurse them in sickness and support them when forsaken and to this work Miss Swifte gives her personal supervi- Â¬ sion and attention together with such devotion as only enthusiastic women be- Â¬ stow upon the particular cause they es- Â¬ pouse 8h Â¬ 3u New and MOMENTS In Granite and Marble aV Lai- This worthy lady has received much odium as pioneer in n new enterprise outside the lino of popular approval in- Â¬ variably experienced but pinning her faith to the queens sentiment that no civilization is complete which does Tiot include tho dumb and defenseless of Gods creatures within tho sphere of charity and mercy she maintains by sustained effort the work sho considers paramount and of which wo subjoin an account published in her fourth annual report Tho friends and subscribers of this institution will learn with satisfaction that it maintains its position in every sense of the word Wo aro enabled to state it has held its ground through ad Â¬ verse times and continues to be a pro- Â¬ gressive work We have brought it suc- Â¬ cessfully to the close of its fourth year not without having had often stern dif- Â¬ ficulties to face however wo can in all truth say that many a poor cat has been 6aved from brutal treatment or a similar death by finding an ever ready welcome and shelter within its walls while others have been received there rescued from deplorable wretchedness misery and starvation During 18S3 326 cats and kittens were received into the 6tray de- Â¬ partment as against 204 in the previous year Space will only permit us to describe a few of tho most glaring cases while in a general way wo can mention that numbers aro brought in wounded or more or less maimed by boys dogs men traps poison etc These are among the enemies this particular race of animals has to contend with every day and yet there are acts of parliament to protect them from alL Ono creature was brought in with the flesh severely lacer-Â¬ ated on both sides One cat was brought in with its back broken and unable to stand this creature wa3 in great suffer Â¬ ing we knew recovery was impossible and thereforo it was immediately de- Â¬ stroyed Several wcro brought in with an eye knocked out with tho blow of a stone One was thrown into the grounds with legs paralyzed ono with its leg much bruised by a trap this cat recov-Â¬ ered and got a good country home in England tho gentleman In whom we had every confidenco taking it over himself along with a valuable Persian that had boarded for eight weeks in tho home Wo aro quite awaro that our work is derided by some but wo do not In the least caro what people think or say Wo aro above that kind of folly being con- Â¬ vinced that our cause is a righteous ono that is sufficient for us Wo invite all who deride such a work to suggest a remedy that would create a better state of things for cats or ono that could lessen a manifest evil seeing they cats liave a right to protection Wo think we can have no loftier aim than in carrying out the wishes of our queen on this subject which are quite daccord with our own and directing our efforts in an especial manner toward subduing tho sufferings of this race of animals which her maj- Â¬ esty lias been graciously pleased to sin Â¬ gle out for special mention in order to elevate them With visions of ravaged larders and depleted supplies with remembrances of midnight serenades when Tommy meets his Tabby upon tho garden wall to touch our hearts and loosen our purse strings we wish success and prosperity to the cats retreat and kittens shelter Hard on Hones Feet Thero has been but little sickness among horses in St Louis during the last few weeks but thero has been a de- Â¬ cided increase in the number of cases of lameness Nearly all of these are foot troubles and are due to tho concussion of our hard granite streets You will see a still greater wear and tear of horse- Â¬ flesh year by year as the streets are re- Â¬ constructed Carriage horses which are driven down town a great deal and the draft and delivery horses of the great firms are the principal sufferers The fine roadsters are usually so highly prized by their owners that they rarely bring them down town but use them exclu- Â¬ sively for driving in tho parks and on the boulevards Interview in St Louis Globe Democrat A Lav A West Chester man who accidentally killed a young woman by pointing a gun at her which wa3 discharged though he did not know it was loaded has been arrested and is to bo tried under the act of assembly which makes it a misde-Â¬ meanor to playfully or wantonly point or discharge a gun pistol or other firearm at any other person The penalty may be a fine not exceeding 1000 and an imprisonment not exceeding one year or either or both at the discretion of the court This law was passed in 1876 and abundant warning has been given by ac- Â¬ cidents with guns supposed not to be loaded to justify tho punishment of any one who violates it Philadelphia Ledger I Kossuths Patriotism A rumor of offered Italian naturaliza- Â¬ tion has prompted Louis Kossuth to de-Â¬ clare in advanco that ho should decline euch a proposal preferring to die Hunga Â¬ rian This declaration as coming from a patriot who has never looked after the loaves and fishes is invaluable In nine out of ten cases tho cliange of nationality is only an affair of fleshpots and in a crisis between the two lands the human chame- Â¬ leon will be sure to tako his native hue which has never been really absent but only hidden by tho creature London Truth i y cfessia Pipolrinoo MJSa w mmm faEHraE RESTAURANT Pfof Loisettes adrmtd LOUISVILLE DISCOVERY AKD TRAIhMfHLMETKOD The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city In pH f imiUtioaa which nilm th UMorj oa nrMK l mnlu ol lb Orixinal ia pHe of lb KTnucrt nmiin mtuUtiaM br onrioai mwtdie mmp wl wiiaUal to wb mm Rates250 to Ilotc 4 Per Day 3231 trlmtli StwOttMare tfckl BiadrM ftutttmru eftbelnittaf hukb ramllotuhlcli davgnnu tba MiitMi wMHnir Rtid rorQintroi histauhinc N 1 UPrrvmriK tamt can rMM tii n r at un is ra bfKlt Urmvfhvrca msrkio an Eprcn in Um PrupiMtaaMntratrMslrm nercnia According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in TmiI ml Tiil iilIMmerrC Prof A 21 35 a It Uarprdif atdtigU c trareroefMetat Kftn Arenue JfY Lord Howes Hones A party of gentlemen has made fur- Â¬ ther excavations in tho supposed Lord Howe grave at Ticonderoga More pieces of the coffin nails a few small pieces of bones and two rifle balls were found one of which was battered and found near the center of the body It was probably tho fatal one Troy TeleÂ¬ gram Herb Tobacco A new substitute for tobacco is being introduced It is a mixture ef British herbs tbo particular plants are kept secret and smokers who have tried the compound declare it to be deliciously fragrant slightly exhilarating and withal soothing to tho serves Combined with A KoU of raper Fourteen Miles Xxm One of the curiosities at tho Pittsburg ordinary tobacco it is said to make a exposition is a monster roll of paper in blend as satisfactory as that of chicory the exhibit of Hartjo Brothers paper with coffee At present it is prepared in manufacturers and dealers - Tho paper Scotland under tho name of herb to Â¬ Is ninety six Inches wide fourteen miles bacco and it has rapidly grown in long and weighs 2053 pounds This favor Philadelphia Ledger mammoth bundle of paper is unbroken A Seal Ollrab Ax and without a bole It is said to be the A variety show is on thojoad In which largest sheet ever turned out of any milL a Japaneso artist walks barefooted up The roll has been named Tho Jumbo and when It was being removed from tho a sort of ladder composed of axes with station to the exposition it required tho tho sharp edges uppermost This is prob Â¬ united efforts of twelva ffeong men to ably thotclimb as of the ffrow Peoria fgurnal pu J in the s 1 wagonJ -- HEALTH AMONG THE HOPS the many curious articles ex A Brooklyn Tonnr Womans Chatty Story Amonc 1 hibited by Austrian and Hungarian mer of ner Health Trip - chants at tho Paris exhibition this year THE LOVELY PRODUCT OF EASTfrom I have just returnedlooked asthe hop thero is a case of toys which will bring fields she said and she though ERN RELIGIOUS LIFE special delight to the small folks Older nil tho good of the hops and nono of their OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC people indeed often stand with greatly absorbed Every Worshiper an Artist The Prayer amused visages watching tho surprising Injurious qualities had been her system for her face was brightÂ¬ Bnc of the Tnrk A Great Institution antics of these Ingenious playthings Into rosy her step elastic and ber man and Â¬ which appear not only to possess life so with Both Moslem and Christian Pa ner cheerfuL Sho was not at all like tho cunningly are their internal parts con- Â¬ fragile young lady of eight months ago tient Industry and Consummate Skill trived but to be possessed each by nrhnsa friends in Brooklyn hardly ex-sizes and in all possible colors some In all imn of mischief alivo in lovemDer most with figures fantastic or designs There Js a corceous peacocK wmen OF exquisite soft and glossy as a seal fur not only walks with nodding crest and ona farm near Coopers or thick and shaggy as a bear skin stately steps across a stage but expands t J kcd h wn fresh from the looms of Persia or old as its broad many eyed tall in tho most A nt v tho empire of the sultans and bearing natural manner r irom uawn to uuai was giait to nire ori- Â¬ the dust of the Caucasus come the barks Sundays The farmer lodging Four A small dog next dashes forth ental rugs to the marts of western civili- Â¬ furiously then as if recognizing his mo for my board- - and TilSMjSyfC Crx VST girls and two young men were cn zation master wags his tail and frisks about other on the same terms We were all Tho oriental rug is the product of mml of his own selection for which he paid so true to life that one can scarcely be- Â¬ eastern life The mountain sheep sup- Â¬ lieve more or less acquainted with each other is an automaton he CASH and got liberal discounts that Brooklyn so it was not exactly like plied its material nature taught the de A rabbit a very lifelike little bunny in among strangers sign and gave the coloring and the re-Â¬ he proposes to give to his customers then comes out of hi3 warren pricks going alone Of course it would have seemed a ligion of the people became the impulse up his long soft ears stares timidly and guiding spirit of the deft woman about for a few moments and hop3 rap- Â¬ great deal more refined if we had paid Angers that through many centuries the farmer for the privilego of picking idly away we done so the obÂ¬ spread the knotted mystic covers in the Afterward a monkey drops down from his hops but had homes nnd shrines of the orient ject for which wo isolated ourselves his perch and performs a variety of Eastern life is religion The people amusing antics which invariably set the so far from home would not have eat drink work and think according to children shouting with laughter been achieved He would never have INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE courago to mako his the dictates of their traditional faith But tho most attractivo toy of the exÂ¬ had tho moral and though the Idea of utility may have hibit appears to bo a fat Chinaman guests and patrons work against their were arranged he some time largely entered into the pro- Â¬ which is in reality a huge top His wills As matters duction of rugs in the orient the domi Â¬ large round hat seems to be another top left a great deal to his wife and I can nant spirit of the work has been religion a top atop of a top The hat turns tell yon she showed us very little con- Â¬ and the rug is thus sacred in the eyes of around upon the Chinamans head while sideration Sho was determined to get milk and weak tea tho people the Chinaman himself turns slowly the full value of her In the prayer of the Islam center va-Â¬ around nodding and presently unfold- Â¬ and was not disposed to give us her fat rious sacred ideas He bows down be- Â¬ ing his large gayly colored fan with pork and beans without a fair equiva- Â¬ HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES fore lus Maker and tho material on which he fans himself in a most languid lent or to allow us to eat the corn bread which he rests his hands must be suscep but aristocratic manner Youths Com- Â¬ Of idleness She called us every morn- Â¬ VITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS tible to spotless cleanliness he wants to panion ing at daybreak and she was not to bo find himself in an atmosphere of high denied We had to walk three quarters Tragedy of a Closet thoughts and sacred suggestions and as of a mile to the hop fields and it was ho looks down in kneeling he sees tho The following strange history has been necessary she said for U3 to be astir living green and crimson symbols of whispered abroad concerning one of the early IS THE life and power mingled in all mystic principal dressmakers of Paris a woman We did not mind this much on warm figures with blue and gold that carry whoso taste and elegance of design in mornings but when the breath of frost to him faint ideas of love and glory At certain details of feminino costume are was on the atmosphere it was a dreadful IH home in the rooms where tho morning well known It appears that there thing to bo told to get up from our not OLDEST CLOTHIER sun looks in the pious Turk finds in bis exists in Paris a law forbidding any too comfortable beds and W know that prayer rug the associations of the house that employs work people from we had no alternative but to obey How Â¬ And knows precisely what you want mosques in his native city or of the forcing them to work after a stipulated ever it was not so bad when we were holiest of holies where he prayed in hour which is I think 10 oclock The once up and when the sun got well up his pilgrimage to Mecca in tho form of pressure of orders inevitable to the exhi- Â¬ toowegrew quite cheerful for the morn Â¬ Overcoak Pants domes and panels and the designs of en- Â¬ bition season tempted Madame X Jo ing air in the northern part of the state is EtouiFer Has Suits break this law Her workrooms were very bracing It was like bathing at Co- Â¬ caustic tiles and peculiar arrangements of stone and brick in the walls so that in full tide of operation one evening ney Island on a chilly day After the first wherever the worshiping Turk may bo near midnight when an ominous sum- Â¬ dip the agony is over But washing in found kneeling upon a prayer rug mons sounded at the door followed by the icy spring water was a terriblo Open in tho ordeaL Once I asked tho farmers wife against the eastern sky the soul finds the dreaded mandate j to let mo have a little warm water in my itself in tho midst of sacred associations name of tho law and breathes tho holy atmosphere of tho In an instant the goods and sewing bedroom but the proposition which she texnplo where it has prayed with the implements were whisked out of sight declined frigidly so shocked her that I faithful the lights wero extinguished and the was afraid sho would punish me by giv Â¬ Thus dignified tho oriental rug became work women were hidden away here ing me no breakfast but she only marked a great institution among tho peoples of there and everywhere One girl a deli her displeasure by confining me to three the orient both Moslem and Christian cato little creature was hurriedly thrust slices of corn bread which was bad and industry and talent have been de- Â¬ into a great wardrobe hung with dresses enough for my appetito at that time voted to it for centuries By reason of the door closed and locked upon her and had grown out of all ladylike propor- Â¬ A PROFUSION OF the high valuo thus put upon a good rug tho key removed Tho visit of inspec- - tions nnd I usually consumed five slices the mothers and daughters of the people tion of the police revealed nothing and I One young man whoso hair and who set themselves to the arduous task as soon as they had taken their depart- - j mustache were of a beautiful seal brown of tying up a rug spared no pains in ure tho girls were released from their color 6aid that he would allow his beard procuring the best materials and their hiding places But when tho wardrobe to grow rather than shavo with cold wa zeal developed the highest talent In door was unlocked tho corpse of the un- - ter but we wero all amazed to sec the many cases they were mado for votivo happy child who had been concealed bristles on his cheeks and chin coming offerings to mosques and shrines then there feu upon the floor She had died out quite red Ho was very much mor This story has been tified and when the other young fellow nothing was to be spared Buskins of suffocation EXTENSIVE LINE OF lamp of sacrifice was there in all hushed up not a hint of it appearing in laughed at him and lectured him abont papers Philadelphia Tele tho evils of forgetf ulness ho packed up brightness it is a gift to God and must tho Paris bo costly Tho finest wool the best of graph his traps and went away two weeks beljKfl Ta30a iFe I dyes and the highest talent were put fore tho farmers liops had all been harÂ¬ An Eccentric Millionaire upon itho altar aud somo of theso old The most eccentric millionaire in New vested Kazak and Daghistan rugs that stray Of courso wo had some rights that 21 JdtfMBggvje l1 I is probably Charles Broadway out of a Turkish mosquo or shrine aro York Wo insisted on we always maintained AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN Rouss He served in the Confederate splendid works of art with an exuber- Â¬ army under being separated from eacli other in Stonewall Jackson and is a not hop fields and wo ato our lunch to- Â¬ ance of rich 60ft coloring and bold deÂ¬ Virginian by birth Thirteen years ago the sign that delight tho eyes and call forth ho was ruined tho vines It was very and 50000 in debt To- Â¬ gether among wo could sing songs and tho admiration of appreciative minds pleasant for day ho is building a massive structure There Is no complicated machinery in COO and tell stories which we should 12 stories talk deep 75 feet to do if we had been the manufacture of an oriental rug the highfeet Broadway front and on This building will not liave cared sido by obliged to work warp being stretched ou a simple frame side with the cost 1000000 when finished and is paid and all the rest of the work done for step by step His business methods paid laborers many of whom were liilM BWH 1MarkiVA by tying the colored yarn across the are unique He has 400 employes and tramps pure and simple To them the farmer used language warp in a line in a peculiar strong knot pays 75 off every day This combing it down hard and cutting it tho day a pay day His annualmakes every that seemed to mo to bo sometimes un- Â¬ income is necessarily emphatic To us he spoke necessary length Where each particular estimated at 8550000 Mr Rouss en- - I tuft of yarn had thus to be tied in a knot crgy is wonderfuL no works from C in moro politely but this was tho only dis- Â¬ by the skillful fingers of the artist wea- Â¬ the morning till 10 at night He docs not tinction ho made He was as careful in ver a medium sized rug of good quality spend moro than 1000 per year outside seeing that wo turned in our full com- Â¬ required the labor of months or years of his household expenses His principal plement of hop3 every evening as ho was according to the simple or elaborate de- Â¬ source of amusement is to stand on tho to get tho value of his money from tbo sign if hich the artist carried In mind men and women to whom he paid their platform of Considering the fact that there was no rear and nickelsatostreet car and throw wages at tho end of each day dimes boys A short time Tho faro at meal3 was of course ex machinery to eave labor no chemicals nt r fiYi TTnr licK et nffoi w1 liim t u aw o J Tirri 13 a good sauce and no shadow of an art school an antique 2000000 for his business Mr Rouss ecrable but hunger Next season I shall oriental rug of fair quality that in color who is 52 years old is n great advocate wo all ate heartily and texture ha3 defied tho tread of cen- Â¬ of phonetic spelling and writes all his try to make up a party of delicate young turies is no mean proof of the patient personal letters on that plan New York ladies and take them to tho hop fields in search of health I shall lay in a industry and consummate artistic skill of Star stock of biscuits and canned provisions the daughters of the orient to assuago my hunger in my bedroom or Professor William Thomson tells of on A HlTcr Tllot oriental rug which the family had in One of the many peculiar features of among tho vines so that the farmers his boyhood in Syria It had done ser- Â¬ steamboat nilotimr is tho shifting of the wife will not have reason to regard mo vice of all kinds long enough to be torn channel The marks of pilot3 at cer- - with a strong reproachful eye at meals in two and the half rug used to go to tain points along the river or riv- - as though she thought I worked harder New the sea shore with the boys to receive no ers that ho works on once learned at the table than in the field gentle treatment When soiled with are always known until they cease York Sun earth it would be washed in salt sea to exist But the shifting changes So S Ahead water and thrown on the burning sands of the channel of a river like the Missis- Tn n - vtinr vnA Ks1 rriA nllnn o to dry under tho Syrian sun that can sippi presents on many occasions a prob- - t L rm romancing 6toou on bleach anything but the only effect of lematical condition to tho most compe-- but a little given s la corner for a mommt to exchange sto on the half rug would be to tent pilots Tho changes or shifts of the the ordeal n i give tho colors new life channel aro sometimes very sudden 1 but No 1 but what T am i going to tell you What is the intrinsic valuo of an an- Â¬ it is however a rare occurrence for a is gospel Up at Silver lako last sum Answer he who change to take place in less than forty tique oriental rug can That soft glossy Anatolian prayer eight hours For instance to night I mer I caught a half pound pickerel He a much rug with fine intricate design border- Â¬ may go down on tho New South per- Â¬ wasnt that of got fish compared with so I threw him in others Id Â¬ ing the rich gold ground is tho handi- fectly acquainted jvith tho channels again first however clipping his tail work of a passionate maiden who spent position On my next trip up in a few into the shape of a heart so I would years of patient toil on it while before days there may havo been a change in ISTJD again Would yon believe it know her mind there stood the distaut visions its position It requires constant watch- Â¬ I have him cpme from there now just and I mother kneeling on that fulness hence it may bo truthfully said of herself a brought with me that same fish I rug in ardent prayer for her children that a pilots study is never ended caught him again but he gave a great That rug could hardly be produced Old Pilot in St Louis Globe Democrat fight this time and no wonder for ho today for its own weight in gold weighed between six and seven pounds A Most Carious Funeral for not only the artist and ihe dyes are gone forever but the patriarchal days of It was that of Inez do Castro tho The heart sliapo of his tail was perfect as I peace and quiet prosperity that made queen crowned after death who was just can had cut it vo your re-Â¬ quite belie I such art and labor possible are no more murdered in the fourteenth century by turned the second young manstory thought- Â¬ three assassins The lady was the wife to be found under Turkish skies fully for I had a very similar Turkish rugs of the highest quality of a Portuguese crown prince and 6he myself Last year at the sea was murdered by order of the king her have always been made in the region of shore I ciught an enormous bluefish I father-in-laÂ¬ The princo never spoke the Caucasus mountains by Turks Arhad plenty of others thought Id menians Turcomans and Kurds the lat- Â¬ to his father again and when the old mark this one and let so Igo him I didnt Daghis- Â¬ man died the remains of Inez were lifted ter two being nomad races cut him I tan which means mountain region is a from the grave placed on a magnificent like to carried onsomytook a silver whistle CALLATTHEMgKEECQRHER watch guard and that generic name given in the native coun Â¬ throne and crowned queen of Portugal tied I to the the it tail try to all close woven heavy fine wool The clergy tho nobility and the people week just before of left fish Only last I there I caught rugs which would naturally be made in did homage to her corpse and kissed the a region where a large portion of the bones of her hands Thero sat the dead the same fish He was no bigger than people are occupied as shepherds rearing queen with her yellow hair hanging like he was tho last time I had seen him but flocks of fine sheep The term Daghis- Â¬ a veil round her ghastly form One flesh tho little whistlo had grown into a fog tan however has now come to be uni Â¬ less hand held the scepter and tho other horn- - was all versally applied to the finest quality of That and the look of reproach short nap Caucasus rugs made generally the orb of royalty Pall Mall Gazette - that caino over tho features of youth No oblong in shape Herant M Kiretch 1 will haunt youth No 2 to his dying The Hiexest Gold Nugcet jian in New York Mail and Express There have been big gold nuggets day Chicago Journal found in various countries but tho largest When to Hum tlio IVrqTes Mother IxTe And now tho Michigan board of health ever discovered was found in NowSouth There are perhaps a hundred babies has sent out a circular advising people Wales Australia on May 10 1872 Its born here in tho Femalo hospital every to burn up the leaves etc in tho weight was C40 pounds height 4 feet 0 year and in 90 per cent of the cases day time when tho movements of the air inches width 3 feet 2 inches average tho unfortunate mothers do n6t lear will cany the smoko away insuring thickness 4 Inches and it was worth names of the fathers of tho children the If 148800 It was found imbedded in a purer air and consequent sleep at night the mother does not desire to cans for Tho smoke causes sore eyes and affects thick wall of blue slatt at a depth of 250 the little ono we nndcrtaEo to find it a tho air passages and nerves of tired hu- Â¬ feet from the surface An interesting home but very strangely these women feature of its history was that the owners manity Citizens ownitig large and un- Â¬ rarely care to part with their offspring controllable swamp and forest fires will of the mino were living on charity when There has not been a timo since I as Â¬ make a note of this circular tako the they found it Jewelers Circular sumed the superintendency of the insti fires in o nights and join tho rest of 113 tution that I liavo not had applications Consistency Wishing lo havo as few Good3 on hand as possible at thejnJ of in thanking high heaven that Michigan Pater 10 p m Wife this will never on file for infants which I could not filL has a board Qt health with a kind heart The women leave here with their babes the year when we take an account of stock we will from now tip to and smoko in it3 eyes and air passages do You will drive me to bankruptcy candy in Sweet Cara Perhaps they find them a burden later January 1st offer at GREATLY Three boxes of Detroit Journal on and leave them on the steps of some melles last bilL This must stop friendly asylum When we take charge The Same 1 ni to office boy Carlos I and Ills Father Litems and of an infant hero it ia with the distinct Here Frank go to Puff Â¬ The late king of Portugal was a corpuunderstanding that the mother shall bo lent man of fiftywith a dark complex tell them to send a better lot of Per Â¬ in utter ignorance pf its future guard- Â¬ ipn and a grave face An American f cctoa than the last and that 20 a hun- ians The musj vho saw him recently says he bore a dred entitles me to a good cigar Pitts- Â¬ absolutely childobvious be surrendered for reasons It Is OCR ENTIRE STOOK OFJJRESS GOODSf Wo have a fine striking resemblance to ex President burg Bulletin perhaps for this reason that they prefer Cleveland His son who succeeds him variety of the foundling asylums as they imagine Tbe Women Praise 11 B B as Carlos L is very different from his that the littles ono may at some future father physically being very light in The suffering of women certainly awnkena time bo traced out complexion Ho Is an ambitious young the sympathy of every true IsphilanthropistÂ¬ happier days comeand secured f hould BoB bext man not possessing the quiet scholarly Tlirlr iiloodfriend however Blood It II Co Louis Globe Democrat Interview in St Balm Balm i5end to tanic JJ A Atlimta Un for proof tastes of the late Luis Ho is anxious to II L Imwidy Kcnnesaw On writes Common Sense becomo prominent in European politics Three Domes 01 u u u cureu my wire 01 In all his mental characteristics he more scrofulaIt M Laws Zalatui Florida writes Should be used iu nttpniptiue locure Mrs resembles his mother than his father I have never gmxI unylhlug to equal B B that very disagreeable dlneae catarrh B Montreal Star A catarrh originates in Impurities An Mrs C It Gay RockyMonnt N C writes Not a day for 15 years was I fieo from lirmd the blood local applications can do no arlio B B B entirely relieved me I feel permanent good The common Fenfo lnj of a Tlard Winter like another peixin Ilawklnsviile Jamvt The crop of hickory nuts is unusually wrlte W LnncnxUT of In bail health tjfor method of treatment is In purify the My wife im large and wo must look for a hard win- Â¬ eight years Klve doctors nnd many patent Lined and for thin purpose there la no In fact any JIiinRouQ could wish jn COLQRE3DRESS GOODS done ter Tho moss is growing high on the medicine had Her no good Six bottles u preparation superior to Hoods Sarsa- B B RCmed Our stock of BLOK DRESSpOX5DSLis very complete and we can north sido of the treed and this forebodes MUa H TomllnKon Atlanta Ga says parilln That this peculiar medicine with rheumntlsm For years I have a hard winter Tho corn shuck is quite caused by kidney suffered and Imitation I does cure Do not fail to taka advantage of these trouble catarrh Is shown by the please the most fastidious thick and this Is another sign of a hard also was feeble nnd nervous B B B reliev gooso bono looks like a ed me nttliongU several other medlelne had mapy ictimonlsl i from people who OUT PRICES winter Tho young leopard and that means a hard fulled J M Richardson CInrkston Ark haye-- found relief hi nxlug it wnen all llcv My wife kufTered forlSyeur with others had failed winter Oar weather predictions are al writes A book containing lady rheumatism aud female complaint ways wrong and that means a warm winÂ¬ member of my church iiad been curedAby B rtatemenU of cures rent oil receipt of It ter JJo w pay your money and takevour B B She persuaded my wife to try B-- who two cent stamp by G I HOODCO also have a few QLOKS we U cJre Phraysjiury Mo Prese Spectator TOOWsnystlieielsnothliii like B B 25 as it Lowell Mats 26 22 2o- quickly gave her relief at oost J ABOUT ORIENTAL BUGS Some Remarkable Toys STOUFFER 20000 BWhIsPsaK WORTH - fpi y ccj CLOTHING Â¬ ifiiffH STOUFFER wta nd Most Complete Stock in Richmsni STOUFFER nlCHiitiD Elegant Prince Alberts Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks -- HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES UNDERWEAR ATTrirWT7A15 lNU Â¬ Ijgji I uuvvumi EisTrafaBoBk TiiiiErTysB T B STOUFFER wmi vv I MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS ii OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTSy SHOES FURNISHING GOODS J1T ROGK BOTTOM PRICES w aud save mqhey W A POWELL CO DRESS GOOFS MARKED DOWN Preparatory toTaMiig Stock REDUCBBPRICES - ETpyeltj Patterns Serges Colored Henriettas Fancy PlaidrSkf Etc Â¬ GROOKE BEIfflETT jtWo 1 URMSTON ot jsmiaEs hafesfriaaP KISS