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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - i py0 VS mixm rri foci - Ig r I T - III i JiAJmO UM hJi 11 t Y9 TOLTJIME ATTOIMCBYS III RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY navb a strange sound now In a letter ac- Â¬ knowledging an Invitation to join in a Boston celebration of the birthday of Daniel Web- Â¬ ster In January 1S59 he wrotoi I send you my cordial greetings to the friend of the constitution and ask to be en- Â¬ rolled among those whose mission is by fra- Â¬ ternity and good faith to overy constitu- Â¬ tional obligation to insure that from the Aroostook to San Diego from Key West to Puget sound the grand arch of our political temple shall stand unshaken DID WAR BEQKt 1S50I DECEMBER 1889 NUMBER 26 T A R A E TLJURK AM TTORNS YS A T L AW KENTUCKY DEAD of the battte of Shlloa Gen laylors words appear to Via re been taesa or very near tbem Colonel you have saved tbe day God When Dolly would nave you sho bless you vros a better judge of a man than I was EI OUT YEARS A PLANTER Jl J i- Lieut Daris resigned bis cwnmlssiou and located in Mississippi where No 1IH ItoMMUHfi BalMt First bo lived for eight years the quiet life of a cottou planter Then came a eriris the V MLLIVAK annexation of Texas may be taken as the Gnt over which distinctively northern o the Confed- Â¬ The A TTORNEY A T LA W and southern parties confronted each other Kentucky R hmonp In 15t Lieut Davis took an activo and most States Dies New effective jart In the state campaign and In ISH be was one of the Democratic electors Orleans Aged 81 Cir n FirKtfltFftMHte as formerly oe-for Mississippi In lfcS he was elected a repisentative in congress and In December 11 WELL took tbe Mr Davis died in the city of New of that yearthen his seat insessionhouse It was called a stormy 1 TTORNMY A T LA Ur i Kridiy morning December rctrosiiect after the long seesion of lJHO but in M It after tin illness of was thought mild Kentucky Gib at 1245 uvliHkliml U MiMi three wt Pkt He been to iiis ptii Mr Davis took an active part in the dis tntliin near Natchez and was taken rill SeCOtMi Street pick the remit nf a t evere cold Rpneh commtos on the tariff tbe Oregon boundary issue tbe Mexican imbroglio and tlie slavery In K New Orhant lie Mopped with n question so far as it came up but DENTA L JaUIlCBRY friend Mr Payne His wife htul join- at that time indicate a positionhis speeches far more ed him at Iheplniitalhin was afterwards attributed to moderate Ur Clmille pronounced ttie patient him It i thanno great consequence now but of rriiieally ill but Imped fur tbe lie i worth noting as curious matter of history EEXTAZ SURGEON Mr Daviss condition grew letter and that in tbe heated dUcussions regarding Kentucky worse alternately for nrarly two weeks Texas the threats of disunion came largely R hmonij from the extreme northern men nhilo the Tw Kmltli HattiHHe1a4H Street- - OIBee HesuUered with a fever a Death came quietly as child sink Â¬ most eloquent eulogies upon the union came Hwioi2MMwii4lkM X-r iTa lice limited to dotitlulry ing toxleep from the south In a speech on the Oregon Great grief was express through question Feb 0 1S40 Mr Davis said MORGAN cuit the Siutli and Hags were every From sire to son has descended the love u here seen at linM mnst Societies and of union in our hearts as iu our history are RICHMOND KENTUCKY communities ami Legislature jwed mingled tbe names of Concord and Camden rcMiliitiuns of respect governors issued of Yorktown and Saratoga of Moultrie and proclamations bell tilled buihlitiKS Plattsburg of Chippewa and Erio or New i c Main Street ever Mad ion National 1 i Mere draped in mourning and from all Orleans and Hunker Hill Grouped together over the country telegrams and letters they form n monument to tlie common glory W CREED D D S of ennditlencH were teut Ioi1ih widow of our common country and where Is the The remains were transferred to the southern man wbo would wish that that KIRKSYILLE KENTUCKY City JIall on St Charles street and monument were less by one of the northers have reposed in fetale until to day names that constitute the massP burial will take in FiiiHeH reoMonro fT irtninfMSl MiHprf4oH Everything when the Metnire cemetery placefun- eni IT COL JEFFERSON DAVIS beautiful No eral in Hie Crescent Illy was ever Ills Heroic and Successful Action at m largely attended as Mr Daviss will PHYSICIANS ISnena Ylta be While Mr Davis was active in congress in H July the First regiment of Mississippi volun- Â¬ Thp Twn Kciituckj ItojA Lincoln and teers enrolled for the Mexican war elected PHYSICIAN AND S URGEON him their colonel lie resigned at once over Â¬ On tti XAil A took his regiment at New Orleans organized Nortliern IVonlIel Kektwcky R vIIMD Cilt4in Planter Kilters Congress Tlie and drilled it to a high state of efficiency on 3xlrtui War Presldiit of ttio Soutlicrn and early in September wasfather-in-la- the Rio Seoond Steaet Mxt te WttiWs Off his Grande in c Cuifslernej ImprlMiiincnt Release and Gen Zaclmrythe army of few days later be Taylor A Old AS bore a conspicuous part in the siege and storming of Monterey and as commissioner Mh Jmh eighty years ago two Kentucky PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON aided in drawing up tbe terms of capitulabays Inm in hHoIj- - different social spheres Kentucky entered upon still store widely diverse careers tion K iimond Five months of comparative quiet followed Abraham Lincoln In Hardin itow Larue ami then came tbe crowning glory of bis cotwty and Jetfcrson Davis in Christian - -- Second Street Cr now TwU county Lincoln born February military career tbe achievement of which more than all else fixed him firmly In the IS 1609 and Davis on tbe Sd of June preaffections of the southern people aided him ceding effectively at each turning point in his subse- Â¬ Practittaner in Hcdioine and Surgery quent career made him secretary of war and Kbktucky finally president of tbe Southern Confeder- Â¬ Richmond acy This was his gallantry coolness in dan- Â¬ ger and soldierly skill at tlie battle of Buena Officc Seeo Street over Dykes Greeery Vista Feb 23 1S47 kc In July 1S4G Mr Davis was in congress in JOHN M FOSlER September be was leading bis regiment against Monterey in February 1S17 he was PHYSICIAN A ND SURGEON at Buena Vista and July of the same year found bun again a peaceful planter the regi- Â¬ Kentucky Richmond ments term of service having expired In Office Main Srfe Itixn August i the governor of Mississippi ap-Â¬ triviAirs redMe t ear Main and Tales pointed him a United States senator to fill t nk Avenue a vacancy the legislature in 1613 re elected ttVruofjFrjKrjav- him to complete the term and In 1850 re- Â¬ TAIL R0BKR1B elected him for a full term Tbe ever mem Â¬ orable congress of 1810 51 at Its long session PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON bad adopted the noted compromise measKentucky Rk iimond ure but fully satisfied neither party one omre At WJmssTHrtnHs Drc -i in w KiuHt VcrHr CHMk hi jww IMOND - J mim President erate datis at June 90 1S ine s Orli-aii-m- C Â¬ 1R aTwilkks smith DDS Â¬ JMPOYOTZ Irg VEVASMD Â¬ An event was at hand however which was to precipitate the conflict namely the enÂ¬ terprise of John Brown A million southern men and women who had laughed at the idea of danger from northern aggression were suddenly converted saying as ono of them expressed it We can no longer live in peace with the north our allies have become our enemies and we must seek release from tho connection bile we can do so with safety Tbe feelings of Jefferson Davis for the next fifteen months may be gathered from tbe fol- Â¬ lowing letter written at the clow of the disÂ¬ cussion to his long time friend ex President Pierco Washixgtox D C Jan DO 1S8L II v Dear Friend I bare often and sadly turned my thoughts to you during the troublous times through which we havo been passing and now I come to the hard task of announcing to you that the hour la at hand which closes my connection with tho United States for the Independence and union of which my father toiled and in tbe service of which I hare sought to emulate tbe example he set for my guidance Mississippi not an a matter of choice but of necessity has resolved to enter on tbe trial of secession Those who have driven her to this alternative threaten to deprive ber of tbe right to require toat tier government shall rest on the consent of the governed to substitute foreign force for domestic support to reduce a state to tbe condition from which the col- Â¬ ony rose In tbe attempt to avoid tbe issue which had been Joined by the country tho present ad ministration has complicated and precipitated the question Evrn now If tho duty to preservo the public property wes rationally regarded the probable collision at Charleston would be avoided Security far better than any which the Federal troops can give might be obtained In considera Â¬ tion of tbe little garrison cf Fort Sumter If the disavowal of any purpose to coerce South Carolina bo sincere tbe possession of a work to com mand tbe harbor is worse than useless When Lincoln comes In he will have but to continue in the path of his predecessor to Inaugurate a civil war and leave a soi disant DemocraUc od mlnlitratlon responsible for tho fact Gen Cush Idr was here last week and when be parted It seemed like taking a last learo of a brother I leave Immediately for Mississippi and know not what may devolve upon mo after my return Civil war has only horror for me but whatever circumstances may demand shall be met a3 a duty and I trust bo so discharged that you will not be ashamed of our former connection or cease Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TJTAYLOR Â¬ to be my friend Mrs Davis loins me In kind remembrance to Mrs Pierce and tbe expression of tbe hope thit we may yet hare you both at our country home Do me tbe favor to write to mo often Address Hurricane P O Warren county Miss May God bless you is ever the prayer of your Jkjtx Davis friend President F rJcrce ignoranro and confusion men sought in it the Indications of peace or war But it was not in the power of any man however wise at that tune to give assurances The most sig- Â¬ nificant passage in it perhaps was this We have entered upon a career of IndeÂ¬ pendence and It must bo inflexibly pursued Through many years of controversy with our late associates of tho northern states we have vainly endeavored to secure tranquil- Â¬ lity and obtain respect for the rights to which wo are entitled As n necessity not of choice wo have resorted to the remedy of separation and henceforth our energies must be directed to tho conduct of our own affairs and tho Jiorpetulty of the Confederacy which we have formed Commissioners were sent to Washington and fruitless negotiations conducted Between the inauguration and the 1st of April public opinion in both sections turned to the contemplation of war In vain did President Lincoln proclaim that be certainly bad no desire and believed be had no authority to In vain did Presi- Â¬ interfere with slavery dent Davis reiterate that ho longed to avoid tbe effusion of blood On the 12th of April 1801 tho war began with tho attack on Fort Sumter Tho uprising of the north that most marvelous of all recent popular phenomena followed at once The uprising of the south was scarcely if at all less prompt and unani- Â¬ mous save In tho northern tier of states Virginia seceded April 17 Tennessco and Arkansas followed May C and on May 23 North Carolina completed the list of eleven Confederate states May 20 tho Confederate government was transferred to Richmond and President Davis followed in a few days His journey was a continued ovation his speeches were chiefly exhortations to unity and courage with brief arguments which were merely variations of the clause in his first message to congress April 29 viz All we ask Is to be let alone that tboso who never held power over us shall not attempt our subjugation by arms This wo will we must resist to the direst extremity At Montgomery the congress had already provided for a vigorous prosecution of tho war that is for a loan of 50000000 at 8 per cent in addition to a previous loan of 15000000 and the creation of an army which might In the discretion of the presi- Â¬ dent be Increased to 100000 men Priva Â¬ teering was also organized Tho people re- Â¬ sponded with such alacrity that President Davis on arriving at Richmond had only to officially confirm their action In a surpris- Â¬ ingly short time 60000 men were organized in Virginia and fifteen vessels commissioned Tho Federal government was as privateers also moving with n celerity that now seems wonderful but to tbe Impatient people at the time seemed criminal slackness A blockade of ajl Confederate ports was proclaimed April 10 and nearly 100 vessels were soon armed to enforce it By the 1st of July a Federal army of over 200000 men was or ganized A was Inaugurated and delivered a carefully Disasters had already set prepared message in to continue with scarcely an intermission for threo months Before President Davis was this ominous situation In all the Con- Â¬ federate states there were not quite 6000000 white people among whom the per cent of men capable of bearing arms was surpris Â¬ ingly smalL In the Federal or adhering states excluding all tho doubtful and dis- Â¬ puted strip were at least 13000000 white people among whom tho per cent of adult males was phenomenally ono might say un naturally large His critics apologized even when truth was on their side His wife shared his captivity and excited the worlds interest in bis case His first wife daughter of Gen Taylor had died many years bef orebut the one who shared his fortunes as official and as captive was a lady of refinement and intellect worthy of any station His oldest and most inveterate opponents were first to soften the Abolition ists asked clemency and in May 1867 before the United States circuit court at Richmond Horace Greeley and Gerritt Smith joined with many southern men in signing his bail bond He hod been formally Indicted for treason but inDecember 1S68 by the same court a nolle prosequi was entered and the case of Tbe United States vs Jefferson Davis was ended forever and to the satisfac tion of almost every American RETIREMENT AXD A QUIET LIFE E PflLAG HOT QDEEH VICTORIAS BDT ONE WHERE After a brief tour in Europe be located at Memphis as president of a lifo insurance com pany but soon re Â¬ tired to pri vate life MR DAVIS DOUSE nEAOVOIR By tbe census of 1860 tho south contained about 200000 more women than men tho north about 400000 more men than women so tho north could send into tbe field 000000 men and still bavo at home a percentage of men equal to that of tho south in peace Of the enormous immigration of 1S45 61 con sisting largely of young and strong men only 3 per cent bad located in tbe south This explains the paradox that such states as Kan- sas and Nevada sent a larger per cent of their total population Into tbe field than any 51018 to emerge only at long intervals each time to receive re- Â¬ newed expressions of affection and A be-Â¬ sympathy quest by a southern lady gave him a lovely home at Beau voir Miss on the shore of the The loss of g hi mnnW gentleman by yel- oxr feVer j fill wtssik rl18 DAVIS Q GO NEW ADD STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS Are had to suit the Queens taste But a Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ ever hava daring tho longest peace-- The parity in wealth was far greater by some estimates four times as zreat Without accepting so strong a statement it may yet be admitted that the Federals were three times as numer- Â¬ ous and eight times as rich as the Confeder- Â¬ ates men left at lthand older states manymore was a vert blow but his wife and two daughters re mtn m nt Varina Davis affectionately known as Winl nie Is styled The Child of the Confederacy having been born in the presidential mansion in Richmond during tbe war She has lately shown piterary ability of a high orJer and may yet rank among the noted authoresses of America J H BsadLE LATEST FROM ZANZIBAR at Mem- - Cd1j tho Oco federacy essary to buy them Is u THE LOST CAUSE O THE PALACE i 3 JR nxtrte JR 8tp fcijU8lfcervilliHl In tliat fifteen months events had moved In rapidly towards the dread culmination the first Democratic convention of 1SG0 Mr Davis received some votes Benjamin F In the Butler Toting for him 67 tunes subsequent election the two northern candi- Â¬ dates as Mr Blaine styles them received all tbe rotes of the northern states save a mere handful less than 100000 while Breckinridge and Bell received the almost solid vote In truth as well as of the southern states adds Mr Blaine it was a In appearance sectional contest in which the north support-Â¬ ed northern candidates and the south south- Â¬ Disunion was already ern candidates completed in the hearts of the people says Tourgee the sections simply fell apart beThese opinions cause thero was no cohesion of philosophic observers long after the strag-Â¬ gle have their value Â¬ -- PERSONAL DIGRESSION Faults of Administration Urged Against President Davis Â¬ Kb dark sibyl bailed tbem at tbeir birth as the cenriHK exponents of an awful struggle No prophet would have dared predict in the days of tbeir prominence that tite rugged Ltecobi was soon to fait w bile tbe defeated O rs his tirotensonnl owvlees te the rrt 8- an invalid during a third of bis life would 1 survive his great antagonist for a quarter of a century outht ing all the actors of his age S M LElCUER In tbe great struggle yet such was to be tbe Irony of fate History presents many para- Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON than this but none Kentucky doxes sboukl fallgreater very hour of that the Richmond victory in the victor and tbe defeated lire till almost every trace of tbe conflict bad vanished to die of mere Office SinMta HatMlBK MaH Sireet 38-old age KEXXIXQES WALKER REAQAX 11AUORT The ancestors of Jefferson Davis were of STEPHENS W URIGnT M D TO01T03 BEXJAKLS pure English stock but so long resident in COXFEDERATE CABINET AND VICE PRESIDENT SURGEON Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND America that the type bad become thorough -Kentucky ly southern American On both sides they The result was the famous Foote Davis Ri iimond served in tbe war for American Independ- Â¬ gubernatorial campaign of 1S5L Tbe Union Smith BhIMIbc o Main Street ence his father Samuel Davis winning party as it was called carried tbe state by Office In ami 8ne ml wUenllnn glvtm to raiereofitlCuW some distinction in tbe mounted troops of 7500 majority on tbe convention question c r mical examliHiUuus ef UhatMH and Georgia Of bis two sons Jefferson early be- but Mr Footes majority for governor was c 1 in- human betty came a soldier while Joseph a man of talent but DUO a remarkable proof of tbe popula- Â¬ C S nOLTON scarcely If at all inferior gained a local rity of Col Davis He bad resigned his seat In the senate and now remained in retire- Â¬ success as lawyer and planter in Mississippi Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon Tbe brothers were notably affectionate in ment till 18o2 when be canvassed several Kentucky childhood and remained through life devoted states for the Democratic candidates Richmond to each other M UrlfibtR lloarH S9 tn Office ovpt P WAR SECRETARY DAVIS Soon after tbe birth of Jefferson Samuel 1 a M 20 to B9 p m beowl altenl Ion women and all ditD Davis removed to Mississippi locating near c en to Jiis3bi rf Â¬ lVit4et treatefl at n dls Woodville In Wilkinson county The sons Ills Able Admtiilntratlon of the War Decott chronic partment latice and Homeopathic meMaities seat te there acquired an unusually good English any address March 4 1853 President Franklin Pierce education for tbe time and at an early age named CoL Jefferson Davis as secretary of Jefferson entered Transylvania college Ken- Â¬ war That of Pierce was a strong cabinet GIBSON JENKINGS tucky In 1824 however President Monroe and secretary Davis was certainly among the appointed him a cadet at West Point whence strongest men in it Men of all parties agree Physicians and Surgeons he was graduated in 1838 at the early age of that Kentucky 20 He hod stood high in bis class and at ment hU administration of the war depart-Richmond was marked by ability and energy and once entered on active duty though for some many old officers testify that of all secre- Â¬ time commissioned only as a brevet second taries in tbeir timo CoL Davis was savo for Office Main street over WaHaec A Jltee El oe blore lieutenant Promotion was very slow in those his quarrel with Gen Scott most popular leoceful times but be soon won his full com Â¬ with the army He reorganized almost the E AULTZ mission and In tbe next three years demon Â¬ entire service drafted a new code of army strated his organizing capacity both as in regulations introduced the light infantry PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON on the northwestern fantry and staff officer rifle system of tactics tried tho experiment Kentdcky frontier Richmond of camels for transportation on the south- Â¬ 1831 brought a surprise and many The year western deserts added four regiments to the rjffiee 238M TV Main Street Bwrnam t promotions fa- Â¬ Black Hawk entered on bis K regular army and Improved the entire sysÂ¬ Ilieiututt BuiidlMg apMalw mous campaign and Jefferson Davis was at tem of sea coast defenses He also had tbe once given an active and responsible position boundaries between Mexico and tho United M BLAOK to muster in and organize the new recruits States fixed accurately and secured tho comÂ¬ There has long been a tradition that lathis plete survey and almost tho adoption of the capacity he mustered in the company of Illi-Â¬ southern routo for a Paclllc railroad He PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON nois volunteers from New Salem and vicinity sent Capt George B McClellan and two by Copt Abraham Lincoln but other officers to the Crimea to study the milicommanded 25- Bbd House there Is no record of it tary tactics of tho armies there in 1834 5 CASIPAIOSS AGAISST THE INDIANS and was so pleased with tbeir report that bo 1833 Lieut Davis was transferred Early in retained warm personal feelings for tbem from bis place in Company B First United even through tlie civil war in recognition of his yiunljlap Gas and Stcaa Fitting States infantry andHawk war was promo- Â¬ With tho events of President Pierces adÂ¬ services iu the Black ministration congress and tho country may ted to a first lieutenancy in the First United All States dragoons of which command be was be said to bavo entered in full course upon Pnmi l7onotrinr n RiiMinltv which tho civil war kinds of pumps kept at G work soon made adjutant In this position he tho Isproceedings expected led to any American It Leave orders at Bonanza made a very brilliant record not only as an couldnot to betime take that Hichmonit a dispassionate and at this MiUe or W G VhIten Drug Store organizer and efficient administrator in gar- Â¬ philosophical view of that part of history 50 49 life lmt in several activo campaigns All that remains then is to recite tbe princi- Â¬ rison against tbe Comanehes Pawnees and other pal events and quote briefly the matured Indians And it is at this stage of bis career judgment of friends and foes that active one might say acrid criticism At bis retirement from tho cabinet in first concerns itself with Jefferson Davis March 1857 the legislature of Mississippi bad Those writers who persist in attributing the elected Mr Davis as United States senator downfall of tbe Southern Confederacy to for the term to close March 4 183 He President Davis allege that thus early he ex Â¬ O hibited the same faults and virtues which plunged at once into tbe heated debates of tho 48 WiaaiNS Block Cincinnati timematntaining the rather extreme southern marked his administration in greater and view and with an ability and courtesy which greater degree with each successive increase elicited worm praise oveu from bis foes Tho Can refer to buildings eticopsafully of rank and power The greatest fault alÂ¬ editor of Harpers Weekly has this sketch of erecteil in Richmond Maysville Ml leged perhaps is unreasonable attachment him la 1858 to a few friends and corresponding prejudice In tho north CoL Davis Is regarded Sterling Wiuchester and OwiugnvlHe against other persons somewhat unjustly perhaps osa typo of the 65 It was while in this service that Lieut Da Â¬ southern fire cater Many persons who have vis wooed and won a daughter of the eminent never seen him fancy blm quarrelsome petugeneral nnd president Zacbary Taylor Her lant hot beaded turbulent His appearance in father was in command of Fort Crawford thesenatedoesnot justify these views A prim near Prairie Da Chien and bis danghter a smooth looking man with a precise manner beautiful and refined young lady was the stiff soldierly carnage and cold expression center of attraction among the subordinate his head fuller seemingly of statistics and officers Innumerable are the romantic sto Â¬ hard dry principles than anything else his AT THE ries of their rivalries tbe final success of Lieut voice cool and firm without tremor or ex- Â¬ Davis the bitter opposition of the stern citement he is tbe last person a spectator parent and old Indian fighter end tbe final would pick out as tno Ure eater in nu own WITH A departure by night of the young couple to country he Is intensely beloved chiefly from bo married byapneston the western bank of his kind and gentle disposition Ho is a man Shop and Handsome of whom Mississippi may well be proud Ho also took an active part in opposing the -- Class French spoliation bill and advocating tbe He southern route for the Pacific railroad led the so called Lecompton party in con Â¬ MlisfnoUoii Klven to every Terfecl gress in opposition to Senator Douglas and one Special UmiHhh given to lanies In debate with the latter propounded tbe onca my oouutry jind ijjlldreu Also to celebrated queries and propositions which friends drew from tho Illinois senator his famous I have mnveil my eiiop over to tlie theory as to tho right of a territorial legisla Â¬ all will come to see Hotel rik ture to adopt unfriendly legislation against Ysura very reneotfully me slavery and his article In Harpers Magazine which set fortii tho creed of the Douglas JOBLW MAOKEY The breach was now complete Democrats jzrncRsos davis nnrraPLACS Meantime in the summer of 1SSS he made a tour for health and pleasure through too tho Mississippi- - Let the young and romantic continue to read and believe Suffice it that eastern states delivering several addresses place tbe father remained obdurate for some time in which tbe wannest attachment to tbe I also keep H ny---- I his with Fresli Oysterf BlrHoVHara Beef Steak and was not completely reconcilod to his tent union was avowed always however aggresa Â¬ proviso expressed or implied that till the latter lay wounded in id tverj trinsr that la iept In a flrst W AI ctaes Resiauwut aftertbe battle of Buena 7ista There are sions upon the south would certainly bswt Some of tbesa addressee Bsmaayaccouatsrf what waa aid there as with resistance 20- - T SEXSJI1TII M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON White Hali - - - Kentucky yf JSJTEHSOX DAVIS From a war time portrait JR pnlt1 nw II 1 - IR eas IRS Â¬ IR J Kt M McCARTY Â¬ CRAPSEY jiroliitects BROWN Â¬ JWM AGEKY First Barber Barbers GLTNDON vitrl lfer riiw RESTAURANT J w And here tbe biographer of Jefferson Da- Â¬ vis is compelled to tako notice of a controversy which went on in a quiet way during tho war and more openly of terwards till it reached a furious climax and is still waged Without indorsing with much bitterness the harsh philippics of Edwin Pollard and Gen Thomas Jordan or even tbe milder criticisms of Gens Johnston and Beauregard Federal and Confederate may now agree that President Davis mads two serious should ono say fatal I mistakes tho ono was common to him and nearly all the leaders on both sides tho other peculiarly his own It was a manifestation of that spirit which is often praised as tho quality of always ticking to ones friends a very amiable THE CONFEDERACY FORMED quality indeed in a private roan but ono commander-in-chieIn time of f Jefferson Davis Sees Washington for the which in a war may be a criminal folly A most un Â¬ I Tjit Time South Carolina led off in secession Mis- Â¬ happy Instance Is thus set forth by Gen sissippi soon followed and five more states Thomas Jordan chief of staff to Gen Beau- Â¬ It is idle to recount tbe futile attempts at regard Mr Davis had been at West Point and comprouib o Senator Davis was named one subsequently served for several years m the of the committecof thirteen in tho senate but asked to be excused on the ground that dragoons at a frontier post with a Lieut J or Tho propositions for compromlso at such a time throp to whom ho became attached ought to come from northern men and latter was disabled by an accident went to men whoso party standing was a guarÂ¬ his home and turned parish doctor Mr antee of good faith a position highly praised Davis became in time a politician Lieut in the north at tbe time A little later he Northrop grew so eccentric and full of mental crotchets as to be generally regarded In consented to assist saying Charleston as of unsound intellect and unfit for tbe management of his own small affairs He had not served long enough In tho army to acquire familiarity with military adminis- Â¬ tration neither had his avocation in Charles- Â¬ ton brought him in relation with mon engaged This man with In large commercial affairs whom Davis had no personal association since they were cavalry lieutenants together on tho Indian frontier he did not hesitate to make bis chief of iulislstence nor scruple to Intrust with the organization and administration of a bureau upon which the very existence of the Confederate armies must depend and for the labors of which It Is apparent the sound- Â¬ est practical order of intellect was essentlaL It would be easy to And Confederates of high rank and approved judgment In mili- Â¬ tary affairs who still look upon this appointthe yvtute douse or the confederacy If in the opinion of others it be possible ment and two others as the main causes of for me to do anything for the public good the downfall of tbe ConfederacyWARl WHO FORESAW A LOKO tho last moment while I stand hero is at the As to the other charge so persistently urged command of tho senate If I could see any Â¬ means by which I could avert the catastro- Â¬ that Mr Davis was not ablo to compre- Â¬ phe of a struggle between the sections of tho hend the proportions of tbo struggle impend union my past life I hope gives evidence ing the obvious answer Is Who was A of tho readiness with which 1 wonld make f ow a very few thoughtful men In the north histhe effort If thero be anyacriflco which I who drew their conclusions largely from could offer on the altar of my country to tory predicted a long and bitter struggle in beal all the evils present or prospective no tho south it U exceedingly doubtful if there man has tho right to doubt my readiness to wero fifty men wbo believed the contest would outlast a year If there was one who doit from the beginning anticipated a four years With only two or three exception the departure of southern statesmen as their sfatcs war he succeeded admirably in concealing bis views That President Davis his cabinet seceded was singularly calm and dignified and all his advisers shared tbe current delu- Â¬ On tbe 21st of January ISCl the senators Â¬ from Florida Alabama and Mississippi with- Â¬ sion that the war would bo short and Its theadrew Mr Blaino praises tbe manner of Sen Â¬ tre confined principally to the coast and the ator Davis adding No man gave up more border between the two sections is certain than Mr Davis in joining the revolt against Such belief was the parent of many errors In tho first place It was estimated that the tbe Union In bis farewell addrers to tho senate there was a tono of moderation and south bad almost arms enough and the first ordignity not unmixed with regretful end ten- Â¬ der sent to Europe was for but 10000 Enfield rifles Before the blockade could be made der emotions Before Senator Davis could reach home effective It was urged that the ConfederateÂ¬ government should tako the cotton and toMississippi had appointed him commander In bacco of which a large stock was still on chief of all her forces with tho rank of major hand Issue bonds to pay the owners export generaL On tho 4th of February ISCl delegates from several states convened In Mont- Â¬ the stuff to Europe and mako It the basis of gomery Ala and eoontulopted a constitu- Â¬ a fund to draw upon The owners generally tion for tbe Confederate states On the 0th were willing and the effect would have beenÂ¬ tho convention unanimously elected Jefferson tremendous At the same time a consideraDavis president Alexander IL Stephens was ble amount of foreign exchange in the bonlcs named for vice president and Inaugurated at was offered to the government on favorable once On the 16th Mr Davis arrived on terms Both propositions were rejected or ignored and tbe golden opportunity soon the 18th he was Inaugurated passed never to return It should benoted toe confederate cabutet also that the legislation of the provisional Ho named for his cabinet Robert Toombs Â¬ of Georgia secretary of stats Jjeroy Pope congress and of the first session of the regular congress at Richmond shows the same Walker of Alabama secretary of war lack of perception as to the greatness of the Charles G Memmlnger of South Carolina Impending struggle secretary of tbe treasury Stephen R Mai On tbo Federal side of the line much of the lory of Florida secretary of the nary Jadah P Benjamin attorney general and John H froth and nonsense about a short war was Reagan of Texas postmaster general In swept away by the battle of Bull Run tbe tho divisions which soon arose Messrs rest was done for at Shiloh After tbe latter thoughtful men both north and south mado Toombs Walker and Memmlnger retired Â¬ tho others remained in the cabinet to the last up their minds that the Issue was to be tenaMr Benjamin was popularly credited with ciously fought to a close Tbe north erredÂ¬ being tho ruling rplrit He was among often In expecting great and decisive victothe last to leave Richmond and to part with ries the south quite as often in expecting President Davis be escaped arrest and Im-Â¬ foreign Interference or a division In the north prisonment by flight to London where he True Mr Benjamin at Richmond continued became a British subject and soon entered on to promise pacification in ninety days long a career at tbe bar so brilliant and successful after Mr Seward at Washington had ceased that it caused bis American failures to be alÂ¬ to do so but he found few echoes am ArpliLntQDrjTictnTT most forgotten The victory of Bull Run produced great exultation In the south but appears to have had a decidedly sobering effect upon Presi- ac may now do con- Â¬ dent uavisanacaoinei sidered proved that he was in for aggressive action immediately after that battle but yielded to the ad7erso opinions of Johnston and Beauregard and thereafter with rare exceptions Insisted upon a defensive policy During tho long period of inaction which folÂ¬ lowed he embraced every opportunity to de clare his earnest desire for peace He even excited criticism by suggesting conciliatory ir nrMtSmii Ee siBfc3t lffiEKJE measures for many months all his utter Â¬ ances were amplifications of that passage in The moment that his first regular message this pretense of our subjugation is abandoned the sword will drop from our grasp and W8 shall be ready to enter into treaties of amity and friendship In November 1861 a general election was held and President Davis and Vic President DAVIS nr rwso f Stephens were ro elected for the full term of Tho inaugural address of President Daris six years Feb 18 1863 the first congress was rjead with breathless interest in every under tbe permanent constitution assembled part of tile oeustryi aa m me pravaiem In Rtefcinyud on the 23d PriideBt Davis Â¬ Tho Confederacy Overthrown Twenty five Years Iu lcuce Nevertheless hope and confidence were strong President Davia first state papers showed groat ability and he assented someÂ¬ what reluctantly to a conscription law which was among the first acts passed by the congress It excited much opposition of course and a little later the habeas corpus was suspended in a district ten miles around Richmond and a military police organized under Gen Winder which continued during the remainder of the war The summer closed favorably to the Confederates though they regained little or none of tbe ground lost in tbe spring and in December Presi- Â¬ dent Davis mado a tour of the western camps from which he returned greatly en-Â¬ couraged In April 1SC3 ho Issued a rather exulting address to tbe people but the claims In it were just The Confederacy was then at its maximum as a military power Tbe disasters of that summer from Gettys- Â¬ burg to Vicksburg need not be detailed Tbe year closed under the black shadow of coming doom The real greatness of Jefferson Davis shone ne conspicuously as disasters thickened resolutely defended bis appointees and as Â¬ sumed tho responsibility wherever it was not clearly theirs He regained the hearts of tbe people and almost nullified tbe opposition in the congress A committee of investiga- Â¬ tion entered upon ts work in a hostile spirit and ended by Indorsing almost every one of tho presidents acts and even exonerated him flora serious blame In tho matter He exerted of Commissary Northrop himself heroically in preparing for tho campaign of 1864 and It opened with All the rest of the some slight successes year presents a painful record of desperate struggle against the Inevitable every vlo tory was barren every defeat irremediable As the ship of state sank deeper in the vortex mutual recriminations naturally multiplied The removal of Joe Johnston tbe enterprise of Hood and the restoration of Johnston tho shelving of Beauregard and the break with Governor Brown of Georgia there is not spaco to discuss them Are they not argued and reargued at length in the magazines Gen Hood came nobly to tho rescue by as suming full responsibility and Governor Brown wa3 so far reconciled as to cease seri Â¬ ous opposition Emln Hey Still In a Dangerous Condition Other Foreign News Zanzibar Dec 0 Emin Bey u still in a dangerous condition Symptoms of lung trouble Iiavc developed A copious watery discliarge continues to flow from his cars Confirmation of the massacre of Dr Peters and his party lias been received Tlie camp was surrounded by 1200 Somalia and attacked at midnight No -- QUOTES PRICES THAT- - Cant Be Considered High Telegraphic congratulations have been received by Henry 31 Stanley from Queen Victoria andthe kliedive At di- Â¬ vine service Sunday on board the Turquoise Stanley briefly ad- Â¬ dressed tlie crew He declared his belief that the mantle of Livingston hid fallen upon Ids shoulders His mission had only now commenced To it lie would devote the remainder of his life Egypt Threatened With an Incursion London Dec 9 Egvpt is threatened with incursion by 30000 Bedouins who liavo heretofore maintained an inoffen- Â¬ sive attitude The cause of the present movement is the refusal of the Egyptian government to grant certain tribal claims In regard to land Though differing widcl v from tho system of Ianu tenure among the nations which call prevalent themselves civilized the customs of the Bedouins in regard to land occupancy are well defined and any infringement upon them is bitterly resented The Egyptian government might doubtless save itself much expense and annoyance by deigning to study tlie prejudices and customs of these children of the desert instead of riding rough shod over them and acknowledging no right but that of brute force Oas Workers Demands London Dec 9 Two thousand gas workers met in a suburb of London yes- Â¬ terday and adopted resolutions embody- Â¬ ing tlie grounds of tbeir demands for better compensation and declaring their unalterable determination to force a recognition of their rights It is confi- Â¬ dently asserted that the coal handlers will strike in sympathy with the gas workers if the latter go out If a gen- Â¬ eral strike of gas employes takes place it Fuarrr and capture The wild projects In tho Confederate con- Â¬ will cause more trouble to the general gress In the winter of 180l 5 wero but tbe population of London titan any of the frenzies of dissolution and despair Military labor disturbances that have yet ocmovements really decided everything and in curred man-of-war onecaped IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE i i i O LOWEST POSSIBLE Us and Jackets to Suit Every M PJ en I THE PALACE -- HAS A BIG LINE OF- - BOOTS ASD SHOES for which it has no room and they must ge sician Dr Leyden lias been suddenly summoned to St Petersburg to attend the czar who is suffering with in- Â¬ fluenza Dr Bergmann tlie noted htryngotog ist who was one of the attendants upon the late Emperor Frederick is quite ill with inflammation of the lungs 3Iuusi Hey lixllrd to Syria Berlin Dec Tlie Czar 111 9 The celebrated phy-Â¬ HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE JEFFERSO DAVIS From a recent portrait A man them this fact was ever prominent lost by Grant could bo replaced if desired by three a man lost by Lee was a final loss Qn the 2d of April 1SC5 seated In his pew in St Pauls church Richmond President Davis received tbo dispatch from Gen Leo announcing his complete discomflturo At 8 p m tho president cabinet and other offi-Â¬ cials left for Danville at which point Presi dent Davis Issued his last proclamation his last state paper Ten days later bo was at week later he halted at Greensboro H Charlotte where ho first learned that 100 000 reward had been offered for his capture as an instigator of the assassination of Presi- Â¬ dent Lincoln All men now admit that tho charge was false l Ancthor week found him almost alone a fugitivo In tbo forests of Georgia with his On tho wife and a few devoted adherents 10th of May he was captured near Irwins- ville Ga by a body of cavalry under Lieut Mr Davis says one of his CoL Pritchard captors had on when arrested an ordinary suit with a very long raglan overcoat and a shalonbisshilders In the dim light of morning ho was at first taken for a woman hence the story so widely published He was conveyed at once to Fortress Monreo which he entered on tho 19th of May to remain a captlva for nearly two years Bey tlie Kurdish chief who was acquit Â¬ ted on charges of outraging the Christian THE RODESDALJ3 ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS population of Armenia lias been exiled NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE with his family to Syria Tlie force of gendarmes in Armenia will be increased ELSE NEED APPLY with the purpose of holding the Kurds in check Tlie St Petersburg Epidemic Spreading London Dec 9 Manv cases of influ- Â¬ enza havo appeared in Berlin and Vi- Â¬ I enna and it is feared that the St Peters- Â¬ burg epidemic has spread to those cities Will be sold on lollowinc terms r Twenty Five Dollars cash balance la htstalt ments of S150 ou Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WhkeSere PRICES CURRENT tary of the Rlehmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the bmhm Review of the Money Stocks and Cattle No interest will be clinrged on the purchase money until after tlie expkatfoa f c Quotations for Sec 7 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged m the Waij Street New York Money loaned cliase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and py easy at 4 per cent the lowest rate Cur-Â¬ a good lot nt a small price on easy term without interest awl free ot eky tax rency sixes 115 bid fours coupons 127 bid Any young msn in Richmond can buy one or more of these Ms and pay fer 14 do 104 bid In the very near future this property will be wwlk The stock market opened active but this without feeling tlie burden soon died out and before tho close of tbe much more than it is now selling at The city is rapid I v extending in that di- Â¬ hour the market was extremely dull At rection and will ultimately absorb Rndesdnle further taformatfoB eaN the opening prices were generally H to on W G White E W WiaaiNS or Stbpubn D Parkisii Rlehmowd Ky-48- per cent higher During the first half hour prices further advanced and at 1080 the im- Â¬ provement ranged from i to per cent the latter in Manitoba Chicago and East- Â¬ ern Illinois preferred Michigan Central Tennessee Coal and Lackawanna wero tho next most active and strongest of the rail- Â¬ road list Among tbe trusts Sugar was the feature suddenly advancing from 67W to 70 From this its price dropped back to 07f again but subsequently recovered partly In the closing hour to noon the market was strong again and a good buying movement sent prices up again to about the best of the Constantinople Dec 9 Moussa RODBSDALB wenty Six LotSi 50x250 Feet Fr n THE BEAUTIFOL ORIENT eo Cja day in most cases The advance at tho closo ranged from to 3 per cent as compared with yesterdays closing figures The Dank statement was unfavorable showing a de- creaso of 3198750 in the reserves The sales for the morning amounted to 170000 shares 34 08 Mich Cent Atchison 107 105K N Y Cent C 73K Northwestern 111 21 x DeL Hadsonl47K Ohio Miss DLcSW 140i PaafieMaiL 25 H 28 18 Rock Island Erie Lake Shore 197J St Paul 68f ii6Sft tvfi Western Union 84 BQ CCCI x ft nt 9a Cincinnati Wiikat 743S2a CORN YTWr 3t40c YTnmctwl 2 r rJs iM -O t s r msm m faitg i mm FMsirAljiVBGLSKstM -- sZrjriezrm BlNfiiiiiifi A4k mmlnA J blood combing ana mbin4lfJfinfnmerSS fair Good to cholco butchers 323 225a00 caramon L2520U woinuijDnuaM 2224c medium delaine 1010 jcmeaium Hay Choice timothy sells at J1L501200 per ton prairie brings 750gJOO straw 500uXX 73 Cattle federacy had dropped to pieces like a house pin 3701375 alr to good packing 370 of cards and its president once tbo beloved ga75 common and rough packing 300 senator the Federal sec-- 350 fair to good light f3C0305 pigs colonel the honored rotary or war the snecessxm statesman ana fo Sheep a50250 aspiring polldrfan was a prisoner Injrons Lamts Yes all that was bright and hopeful was Chicago cono nothing now remained but to banc tho C0 Hoos Light 001375 mixed prisoner as had been to often promised to ooisso write his history so as to fix his name in in- - oeJ neavy famy and In no long time his own people 1 rn1xedt would disown him as the cause of their woes asritotsra and fcedersL75f9b All this in tho opinion of many sangulna 3GOg525 SnES oneswas soon to be Only It did not prove so Lahes SOOsXlftperlOOlbs The world was now to witness eaother of New York tncee re vu ons in popular leeung wacn so Wheat-No 2 red winter SCc January often delight the emotional and puxzlo the 65 jfc philosophic At sight or this sorely stricken Corn Mixed 435fc Oats No 3 mixed 23c Jennary 2SXc man oil southern criticism was instantly hushed and In due timo thoughts of some Flttsburg thing tor noDier than vengeaneo pervaded Cattze TXnchamred the north Mr Davis bore his sufferings Hoae Yorkars785870riinadelphlas t i with such Roman fortitude that southern feartewere knitted to blin as nwer tefonj j Ssiijff Undiaaed oou 1 35000 G O TO - He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them POPES THOMAS B AYltES j t- j Carpenters Work iiwiiuc i 7S60 Real Estate and General I am prepared to do all binds of Collecting Agency Carpenters work in- flnfeelaes style jfii on short I Alan estimates furijLjfte Sffa aMHtftM Estate ttbe iaf and eMMace of r jiiJJaivaiAiJiil ealiema of all Mmttaf accounts SI 7- - 47 4W 3r j flwipnw ZfctyPLmr THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON THE NICARAGUA CAXAL EXTEBPRISE Very considerable progress bas been Editor made it appears in the work of prep- Â¬ aration fur the con motion ot the rCBLMHEB EVEBY WEBNESSAT BT Nicaragua canal Muce the lauding of Go the companys working force at the eeene of its lalwrs on June 3 last In Wm G White Ch as S Powell Ave months a great deal has been efleeted iiotwItlistHtiilhiK the heavy 3PKICK PKR ITSAIt 150 tropical raius Some 35 miles of tele Â¬ put in WEDNESDAYDEC n 1889 graphofIiavo beenlias been operation a mile railroad constructed Lexington is excitod over two the Ban Juan Juanlllo Deseada and Siltfoo rivers have been cleared of skeletons found while excavating snags ami opened to navigulion over Â¬ for the Belt railway The larger twenty permanent camps have been Cashier Cornelius F Banta of the Mer- Â¬ skeleton had a crushed skull eensttttetetl a town to be culled chants National Bank in Wall Street says the Sporting World has lost by death lossiblv killed in some political America lias been located aud well his trotting horse Ned forty years of age struggle advanced toward completion the When younger the horse had quite a repmaterial for a twelve mile acqueduct Mr Ewing Watterson son of utation for speed and intelligence and re- Â¬ has been lauded aud part of Uieadine the editor of the Courier Journal tained his health and faculties to a remark- Â¬ tiie first jtart of eloped with and married Miss duet has been built been cleared pile able degree up to the time of his death theeatml route has Jennie Black of McMinviHe drivers ami piles for the breakwaters Although this is a long time for a horse Â¬ Â¬ Teun last week to live it is not an unusual age The folhave been brought together in reatli lowing instance of protracted longevity is ness tor use and finally an efficient ami WUHUS giyen in a French journal After the feupply and trantportathm service lias war with France in the early part of this The Democratic caucus compli Â¬ been organized Throughout the wincentury among a numbcrof thoroughbred mented ax Speaker Carlisle by ter the further preparatory work will English horees sent to the Hanoverian nominating him for re election be pushed so that the giant dredges Cavalry was one w Inch had served in the and lOventor McOrear was com- Â¬ now being constructed fur the com Â¬ Third Regiment of Dragoons since 1793 plimented with the selection as pany in this country and in Hcolliiud In 1S16 it was transferred to the hussars orator to put the nomination he- - maybe ut in operation in the eaily of the guard in which regiment it remain Â¬ spring Chief Engineer Mem eal is on fore the House In tlte course of ed until tSl7 when it was made a pen- Â¬ his remarks which had the pro the grouml ieritig the im t ruction sioner dying in iSfO aged sixty Ken- Â¬ party with hianun entliii-ia-and found attention of his hearers lie tucky Stock Farm paid As a Congressman he has at the uime time concilia hig with t lie local authorities There i reason to When other trotting stallions begin been courageous careful and con- Â¬ to get 230 or better performers out of servative M6 a debater he has believe therefore that unlike tlte thoroughbred marcs it will be time enough been eloquent able and logical Panama canal the Nicaragua caiml is 1 to make an argument on the point that and he has discharged tlte duties a genuine enterprise seriously underrunning blood and trotting blood will with a comprehensive taken What is more to the point is ol Speaker Sentinel the fnet mix with good retults observes the talesmaiiship a fervid patriotism Baltimorethat it can be completed 8uti Brecden Gazette In the case of Elec- Â¬ Many Berlin butchers have gone and an unchanging fairness and tioneer all that he has done is to absointo bankruptcy in consequence of DECADENCE OF LAKUB GAME wisdom never before excelled by lutely overcome the running tendencies the continued prohibition of the im Â¬ any previous Speaker of tin House of some mares to which he has been bred Tis now Ihirty fiHr years since Jno portation of cattle aud pigs Another of Representatives Will Owsley sold last week to the This system of breeding running mares B Drake gave his initial game dinner consequence is a scarcity of fat stock Glenview stock farm a weanling filly by to trotting stallions in E 1XDE MILL CANADA AXVEX OK Â¬ the hope of thereby at the hM Tremont HiHtae Then the throughout Germany and the con- Princeps out of Midge by Belmont for securing trotters was tried twenty years IEXDEXT wild bulIUlo roameil over the prairie sumption of horse flesh is increasing ago in Kentucky and fonnd to be exactly game was plenteous Iu Herliu alone seventy horses a day JSo Shelby Sentinel Straws show which way the and all kiwis of J F Keller Cynthiana Ky has sold the wrong way The breeders in Orange the Auditorium now stands are slaughtered the flesh beiug easily Where t md blows This from the Nova bear oouM be easily trapped and deer bought at moderate prices to VI veil Co Texas the bay colt Morse county N Y adopted a different system Scotia Chronicle is a case in point was so two years old by imp Glcnclg dam Paris their idea being to pile upas many crosses thick iu the vicinity of the According to the American Agricul- Â¬ Belle by Lexington with his What good is tlte post ofliee one could slay them witii It says engagements of trotting blopd as possible and the re- Â¬ Canadian flag It is not recog Â¬ stlfortaxe At the tirst dinner only turist the milk supply of New York forisoo sult was that all the famous trotters of nized by any nation on earth It forty was present Saturday last Mr City aflurds an income to the farmers those days with the exception of Ladv Wm Walker the colored cx jockey is no place among tlte flags of Drake tent out 600 invitations for his furuh bing it of 10000000 at 2 ceuts a Thorne were bred in the East It is only credited with having a keen eye for a tlte nations of the world and thirty fourth annual game dinner quart Over 200000 cows are milked since the Kentucktans have learned to good one and also has plenty of money would be no more protection to a Two months ago Mr Drake began to obtain tills supply and 00000000 to back his judgment as he is credited with let running blood alone that thev have succeeded in breeding fast trotters with innn than one of printed cotton preparations by sending a man to the of capital is invested exclusive of rail- Â¬ being ahead 100000 this season roads aud dealers Milk is drawn AVliy then should our children be Roeky mountains Antelope certainty and there is not the slightest Mack tTjrht to place confidence in a tail deer elk sage hen ruflled groue from five States and some of it is Richard Baker Watkins N Y has danger of their going back to tiie old flu that will give litem no pro ami mountain sheep will all be brought hauled 300 miles by the railroads sold to Elliott Whipple Cuba N Y plan Trotting blood and pacing blood work well together but neither of them tection when they leave their from or iu the vicinity of the Rockies With vigilant milk inspectors and au the bay horse Egthorne record 22 dam Sue homes If Canada is ambitious From Indian Territory will be brought active dairy commis tiouer with his by Egbert Edge Hill fordam of Dr M will mix with running blood deputies New York is getting a supply 2i6Vf by iocoo of having a flag worth a baubee duck pheasants and prairie chickens of fairly good milk At the annual combination sale of horses aud honest butter Kcnney Hopkins bought last Satur- Â¬ at Lexington let her strike out for herself among Tlte reed ami marsh birds will come by Bruce Kidd begin Â¬ the nations of tlte world Until from the State and Wisconsin will After careful experiments long cou day of W C Hopkins two bay fillies ning Monday of last week cj head sold she has the courage to do so for contribute coous opossums and squir- tiuued Mr T F Ferguson a farmer foatded in iSSS one by Robt McGregor the first day for i7SSo an average of goodness sake let up on the flag rels Those wlio are fortuuate enough ofSpartansburg S C has produced a Ut dam Ora Wood by Wildwood the 313 On Tuesday 24 sold for 21770 to enter the banquet hall of the Grand cotton boll that Is full of seed without other by Egbert dam by Blackwood business average of 382 The highest priced ani taeifte Saturday evening November a particle of cotton The uew plant Price iroo Shelbyvillc Sentinel mals were Teuton ch c bv Ten THE MRSSAHE 23 may munch any kind of American will ylehl it is said 400 bushels of seed Maud S2oSJandJay-Eyc-Sc- c 210 Broeck dam Miss Austine Robert Hol- game wkli the possible exception of to the acre The The Presidents message is bhion as no builalo meat has been Courier having Charleston News aud arc the only trotters with records faster Ioway Lexington 3500 Winning Ways examined a number than the record of Sunol 210 Maud b f 3 by King Ban dam Attractive W given at great length in our sup Â¬ secured yet Chicago Times of the matured bolls finds them pack- Â¬ S and Gjmnast were fully matured at K Letcher Kichmondi25o plement to day It is admirable ed with seed perfectly free from lint the time they got their records Sunol c c 3 by King Ban dam Hira T W THREE MEX DROWNED in form and comprehensive in Mr Fergutons industry can not but was but a Soo Elyton c c 4 when she got her Moore Lexington vope but is mostly a paraphrase be beneficial to the South as cottonby Eland dam Ladj-- Hampton L H record Oh last Monday evening about darK seed is a most profitable crop King I the Chicago pialform Protec Stubblefield Nashville Tenn ti e tariff is a prominent feature Ski Han is a man named GrinestafI Cotton U to be congratulated ou the In Kentucky the leading trotting stal Prince Leopold ch h by Doncastericco dam lions will stand as follows William L Imp Princess The President believes in Iteaping and another by the name of Romgard enlargement of his family Talbert Brothers ooo ner all colored attempted to cross the Â¬ Wilkes up the tariff to shut out foreign 500 Baron 500 Robert McElias Lawrence b h 2 by Billet dam competition That simply raises river above the dam when the current William lierkele has bought of Jn Gregor 500 Red Wilkes and Onward Springlightly Elmer Railey Midway the price in litis country High got the best cif tliem and carried them Bryant of Garrard a field of corn at 500 Any number of stallions will com- 1425 On Wednesday prices were good means high prices He pro-lo- - over the dam the skiff upsetting aud SI 40 per barrel Mr Proctor of E ist mand 300 and anything that is at all re- The highest prices that day were Budella to reduce tlte surplus by they went Into the river aud were Hickman sold to the Lexington Stock spectable gets 200 Record M ch f yearling by Springbok dam went out Yards Company 300 barrels of corn at ru ins the tarrifT so high that for-Â¬ drowned Geo P Cote whocame very S150per barrel delivered James W The following shipment of American Easter Tlanet E C Hopper Covington in a tkifl to rescue them trotters has recently been made to Ger- Â¬ 1000 Ban Boy ch c iSSS by Imp eign products will not come to this uear losing lib life and had it Carroll bought Schneck Blanchard country therefore import duties for a log that went over tiie nut been hngx also 25 of of JohnSparks and 20 many by Daniel King Ban dam Lida Stanhope by Waver 225 E It 20 dam will fall off Tlte inequalities of behind him which he caught on just of James Walluce at S3 to 3 15 Lambert William C 223 by Young ly A W Stanhope Midway 1050 to aud J the tanft he admits but advises heM till Browtitow Jameson and Killis M Teater of this county shipped last Wilkes Morning Star no record Dandy Longwood bay colt yeaning by Long- Â¬ leveling up rather than cutting Mattox eouM get to him with a skiff week to the Union Stock Yards Cin- Â¬ no record Busbey 22oJ Scott New- Â¬ fellow dam Astelle W R Letcher 1 000 Brown Colt yearling by The Rake down He advises tlte removal of lie wouki Mf baps gone down with the cinnati two car loads of hogs weight man 227 and Jersey Thorne dam Imp Flora McDonald I E Mad on tobacco and on whisky others The bodies of the drowned men 40000 Some of them weighed 400 to The frequent disappearance lately of den i6oo Chestnut Filly yearling by u ed in the arts Tlte President havent been loumi up to this writing 500 poundi N D Davis shipped to valuable horses in this and adjoining coun- Â¬ tlnnks the colored man has not This makes seven persons who have same place one car load of hogs GO iu ties again leads us to caution our farmers Hindoo dam Red and Blue Byron Mc Clellan 2600 Lida Stanhope ch in his full rights in tlte South been drowned at this place sine- - the number weight 2400 Jessamine regarding the matter There certainly 1S7S by Waverly dam Ada Cheatham by dam was built iu ISSS Persons cross- Journal must be a gang of horse thieyes in this Lexington Milton Young NEARLY ALL TONE 1630 Bay ing the river above the dam cannot use part of the State who are now engaged in filly 1S89 by Falsetto dam Lida StanA Richmond Va paper says The The death of Jefferson Davis too much Heeaulioii It U dangerous feature of the day was the unimitilly running stock off Be on your guard hope by Waverly Mike Kcegan Louis- Â¬ Danville Advocate leaves few conspicuous figures of BeHttyville Enterprie ville 850 Kinesem b f 2 by Longfel- Â¬ large attendance of business men at the Lost Cause Beauregard Mr E L Hampton of Tracy City low dam Sylph James Murphy iSoo divine services Iu his sermon at MonLIVING LONGER 1 uly Gordon and Longstreet are umental Episcopal Church the rector Tenn has been in this county for several Fauna b f yearling by Longfellow dam all that remain of tlte foremost Thoe peseimists who think that Rev John B Newton made this ref- Â¬ days buying brood mares for Hampton SylvaJohn II Minnie LouisvilleSi 275 Lee Jack Â¬ people are getting more and more erence to trust men in the Rebellion One of the greatest Bros who have jmt started a trotting Semper Fklele b f yearling by Longfel- Â¬ son tlte two Johnstons Breckin- Â¬ wicked iu this world as the years roll evils of to day is the trusts organized breeding farm that will be known as the low dam La Sylphide C L Railey 25 ridge Stephens Toombs Betijs ou ami who think as well that the by rich men who by the power of Flats Mr Hampton while here bought Elknoe b c yearling by Longfellow dam mine Yaney Hill Hood Ilardie average age of man at the present lime money are destroyiug the honest re- about 2000 worth of stock Frankfort Locust W O Scully 2Soo Pompet black colt yearling by Longfellow dam Bragg Morgan is less than it was a hundred or a turn to our farmers by cutting down Argus Marmaduke Fuchsia W R Letcher i oo Vallcra semme thousand years ago may perhaps be the real Value of our crops The labor Â¬ Stuart Forrest Van The Chillicothe O papers say that the Horn Price Polk MacCulloch interested iu reading the following ing mau should have a lair return for mare Modjeska has been sold by her late chestnut coltycarling by Springbokdam Pillow Floyd Hunter Magru Iu Rome in the days of twsar the his labor and until this is settled and owner Mr Clark W Story of that city Aalasco Straus Lyne 2275 Claude der Pemberton Marshall all are average length or life was 18 years established we must expect trouble to Mr S Gamble of San Francisco Cal Mclnotte bay colt yearling by Audrain gone Tlte cabinet officers save Now It is 10 Fifty years ago lu France aud the sooner corporations fully un- Â¬ for the sum of 5000 Modjoka was one dam Madamoiselle John Coughlin Chi cago 1425 Avalon bay colt yearling Memminger Reagan and Watts the average life lasted US years Iu derstand this the better it will he for of the best horses in the State of the by Audrain dam Vcnista J M Kim- 18S7 this had been iucreased by 17 years them aud for mankind Glencoc strain foaled in have passed away brough Lexington 2225 to 45 In the days of Queen Elizabeth And how is it with the other m We clip the following from the FarÂ¬ 1S7C the dam of a famous lot of fast ones side t Lincoln Seward Chase In England the average duration of mers Voice Seven bushels of apples of about 218 to 220 among which arc RELIGIOUS Cameron Stanton Scott McCIel life was 30 years Iu Loudon at the have been plucked this season from au Mary Wilkes and Saljeska There are prevent time it is 47 years Iu Swedeu a number of good horsemen in Ross lan Fremont Grant Dupont the average apple tree on the Deaver property at Rev J Pike Powers 1 prominent Bap Â¬ life expectation has In Garfield Greeley Hancock Hal Leicester The tree was planted 127 county tist minister in Clark county will remove 3S in 1780 to 47 in 18S5 years ago Western North Carolina has leck Foote Farragut Shields creased from I am not siys Robert Bonner going to Knoxvillc long sustained a most favorable char- Â¬ to retire Sunol 210 Dahlgreen Eitrricson Brown AGAINST TIIE TARIFF She will remain The Darsie Williamson protracted acter for its fruit especially its apples in California at my risk under the care of low Thomas Sheridan Meade closing his speech in hi late It may not enter the contest iu the Trainer Marvin of Palo Alto for 1 year meeting continues at the Christian church Beecher Douglas and others have In five additions and full houses campaign iu Iowa Mr Allison discuss Â¬ matter of age of its trees but can easily and attempt to lower hcrown record The Twenty gone with them Two more attractive speakers or earncster ed the tariff question and said that beat the record of bushels Note the price I paid for Sunol is private but this I But few noted men of tlte Xorlh the vote iu Iowa will be taken as au followlug which was handed us by the can say it is the biggct amount I ever christians could scarcely be found in the arc left Butler Rosecrans Siegal State Sherman Bueil Porter Hooker instruction to lis representative in first friend to whom we showed the paid for a horse and the largest ever paid fVmgress Dr Barttett called on his congregation Now let It be taken above statement There is an apple for a filly in the world For Rarus I paid and Scbofield are about all 36000 for Dexter 35000 and for Maud on Sunday morning last for a contribution But nearly twenty nine years Let it also be taken as an in Â¬ tree on the place of John A Orsborue have elapsed since Beauregard struction to the Iowa Legislature hi Henderson county from which one S 40000 Sunols price over tops all of 700 for State Evangelistic work and when the sums paid in were counted they cut lite first shell screaming into to drop a Senator who deliberately hundred bushels of apples have been these by a large amount amounted to 1100 five hundred more and knowingly sacrifices the Inter Â¬ gathered for two successive years Mr The triumph of Sunol is magnificent as Fort Sumter and that length of of his Ashville showing a close relationship between the than was asked for He will fill his pulpit time makes many turns of the ests interests own agricultural State to W D Miller picked them N C Citizen the of some scores of mnnop three fastest trotters in the world by the on next Sunday and no collection will be kaleidoscope olies in other Stale to drop Mich a gr dam is by Lex Â¬ taken up as the church treasury is full for Jeff Davis was a great man in Senator and choose one who will J V Dorsey a prominent attorney record the present Lexington Gazette of Nevada recently said to a reporter j ington Sunols gr dam Is by Lexington i he broadest sense of the word worthily represent the agricultural and Maud Ss gr dam is by Boston he Rev J C Wingate rector of the Episand a pure man It lias been years since things looked State of Iowa Chicago Times so blue and hopeless The time was sire of Lexington Then all three horses copal church this place has signified his A RELIC OF IILENA VISTA when ordinary stock cattle brought too ar by sons of Hambletonian Harold intention of removing to Durham N C LOUISANA MORTGAGES two and three times as much as now the sire of Maud S is a son of Hamble- Â¬ His health demands a change Mr Win In 1S47 Dr L Jeflrios of this gate is an unusually able man learned The New Or lea 113 Times Demoorat The succession of dry winters has tonian Dictator the sire of couuty a gallant ex soldier of the Mex Â¬ brought an unparalled scarcity of is a eon of Hambletonian and Electioneer and accomplished and his loss will be estimates that from 58000000 to ican war raised a fund by subscription In summer the sire of Sunol is a son of Hambleto- great He purposes going about the for the purpose of bringing back our S5000000 of foreign capital have beeu water and pasturage middle of January The Durham church placed on the Louisiana farms in the thousands of cattle have starved to nian Courier Journal dead from the battlefield of Buena Mr W R Letcher the banker turfman is to be congratulated on its acquisition Vista That subscription list stained form of mortgage loans at varying death virtually and if they will die and worn by Tlmea defacing fingers rates of Interest within the past year in the summer what are we to expect of Richmond is an interested spectator You would not be so rough on that man Thousands of head have and bidder at the sale of thoroughbreds if you knew by what process he had lost hangs in the Exchange Bank this The Times Democrat fears disaster from this winter beeu driven tills bummer into Idaho now in progress at Treacy Wilsons his faith in Christianity I have known city neatly framed In au old fashioned this excessive borrowing It says frame of half round moulding In yellow It is a very wit e mau who knows Oregon Montana and the Sunke river and is at all times a lively bidder on all men skeptical from the fact that they and guilt The caption read thus iiow to expend borrowed money judi- Â¬ country cattlemen from Wiuuemueca the good things that arc offered He is grew up in hoases where religion was For the purpose of reclaiming our ciously and if the cautious industrious east prefer to risk the northern winter particularly fond of the Longfellow colts overdone Sunday was the mort awful Others as he knows their value and also the fact day in the week They had religion driven toldiere wbo fell at Buena Vista iu farmers of the West and Northwest tol elting their cattle remain tiie defense of the rights and honor of were wrecked by it can we hope to do have driven their herds iuto Southern that Longfellow is now an old horse and into them with a trip hammer They were Nevada for the mild winter counting may soon be drawn from the public ser surfeited with prayer meetings We fear not our country we whose names are better They on a severe winter up north to bring vice No man on the Western turf is were stuffed and choked with catechisms hereunto subscribed agree to give the One Pact shrewder than this same W R Letchw They were often told that they were the out plenty of pasturage in the spring lollowiug amounts It bears the signature of 112 old citi Is worth a column of rhetoric saidau The demand Is good for turkeys at and the good things hecarries off yearly worst boys the parents ever knew be- Â¬ It is a fact es Â¬ this season and the receipts are about makes older horsemen uneasy Lexing- Â¬ cause they IiKcd to ride down hill better zen and ealy 12 of them are now liv Â¬ American statesman ing The amounts subselrbed amount tablished by the testimony of thou Â¬ equal The wholesale prices are 9 to 10 ton Press than to tead Bunyans Pilgrims Prog The following story is told of the pacing ress Whenever father and mother talked to several hundred dollars On the sands of people that Hoods Sarsapa cents p8r pound The goose also has His sire Voltaire of religion they drew down the corners of face of the document Is the following rllla does cure scrofula salt rheum its admirers aud many a person stallion Bessemer aud other affections arising from im Â¬ in Baltimore note think Thanksgiving not 2i oyi was kept for service at Lexington their mouths and rolled up their eyes If I left Mt Sterling May 18 1S47 pure state or low condition of the properly observed unless plump one season by two young men named any one thing will send a boy or a girl to a fowl Went to BHeua Vista Mexico and blood It nlso overcomes that tired of this kind decorates the table The Stanhope He had a light season and ruin sooner than another that is it If I brought back HeBry Edward- - Ives I feeling create a good appetite aud waterway counties furnish the larger they gave a service of him to a negro who had had such a father and mother I fear Tuorougb and Abraham Goodpastor gives strength to every part of the sys part of the receipts Kent Island being was blessed with an old mare and a patch I should have been an infidel Rev Tal who were killed at Buena Vista and tem Try it It famous for Its geese The geese are of watermelons for what melons they mage Suoch Breton who died at Camargo Judge David Suggett who arrived at quoted at 50 to 75 cents apiece Wild might want for their own eating that sum Â¬ Mexico They were burled at Frank Â¬ the advanced age of 80 years rm BORN last ducks are coming iu fairly well aud are mer The result was a brown colt that fort Ky I returned on Sept 2 1617 Sunday celebrated To the wile of Dr J P Reeve on the occasion by good condition Mallards can be bought J the negro traded as a yearling to his I wrote the heading of these papers baviug a number of friends rela- Â¬ at 1 to SI 25 a pair aud canvas lmcks grocer for a bill of 30 At four years old Wednesday December 4th n girl 11 Joseph Deere wbo waa a Frenchmen tives to dine with him on aud day 55 to S6 a pair Partridges are more the colt trotted in 235 and was then pounds that Rave f 10a ive8 Thorough whom Mrs Suggett bas also turned her 79th plentiful this year than for several sea trained to pace and is now Bessemcr2i5 - MATRIMONIAL brought bade waa Ills nephew Henry mile stone and both are remarkably sons past The birds are well grown one of the fastest pacers on the turf wen preservea to nave arrived at such The partridges are quoted at 5250 to 3 Exchange Miss Evelyn Peal of Harrodsburg M sitrSu Sentluel Uemocrat i mature ages Midway Clipper per dozen Babbits are unusually 1 Waterwitch by Pilot Jr dam by Kin- - who has often visited Blclituoud will - The Climax Printing Â¬ Â¬ m abundant and sell at 15 to25cts apiece Baltimore Sun Commercial Agent Smith of Muy Iu Boyle couuty 31 cattle 1 575 lb sold at 4 cents 28 cattle 1600 Ids 3jc euce makes a report to the Department of State at Washington concern 120 cattle 1000 lbs 4121c heifers 935 lbs 2c 5 yeariiug mules lug the Europeau grain crops ot the present year which contaius Informa Â¬ SS5 tion of benefit to the exporters of this Messrs W L Caldwell Son have country Iu Austro Hungary the sold 4 yearling jacks got by their great grain crops have turned out very poorjacks Ginut and Imp Abrau to Lear ly aud are said to be the worst of the Bros of Paris Price S2050 Dau- - decade Hardly a farm iu either Hun Â¬ ville Advocate gary or Austria proper have given a A W Sutton sold aud shipped last full yield Wheat rye and oats are all short In Prussia the harvests did not week to Carpenter Miller of AtlanWheat aud rye ta Ua 13 head of mules reach expectations which ranged in price from 110 to 51 00 were only S7 per cent of the average and barley and oats respectively 82 aud per head Mt Sterling Gazette 85 per cent All the Russian crops Mr Wm McCubbln of South Elk have been light and those districts horn soli on Thursday to Mr Sol Van which usually make the best showing Meter of tiiis county a lot of feeding have done the poorest this year Thpre cattle at S3 00 per hundred They aver- Â¬ is likewise a failure in Boumania aud aged alxiut 1300 pounds This is an nearly all of Southern Europe France advance on the prices heretofore cur- England and Switzerland show imrent Lexiugton Gazette proved harvests Wheat is by fur the James Leathers sold to Tbos Alex most Importnut European grain crop ander of Mercer 14 mules and the average yield is about twelve at 85 per head J A Cohen bought hundred million bushels but Mr from different parties iu Woodford 1 Smih estimates that there will tills 200 barrels of corn for the McBrayer year be a shortage of at least 15 per distillery at 1 25 per barrel delivered cent or 180000000 but hels Uuder the most fuvorable circumstances at the depot LawrenceburgNews Europe not does raise euough Mr Jnmes Guthrie of this couuty wheat for her own consumption and sold 200000 pounds of hemp of the crop of 1880 to Mr George Payne of Lou the United States aud India supply Nville last Monday at 5 cents per the deficit But this season Indias own crop is short aud to the Uuited pound Mr M P Hieatt grew 9200 Slates alone can the Europeans look pounds of tobacco on 5 acres of ground for considerable quantities of wheat and sold it at the Louisville Tobacco Courier Journal Warehouse November 20th at 1 cents per pound from the ground up Shelby CONCERNING FARMERS Â¬ Â¬ keads St Lawrence dam of five in the 230 list has now one producing son three producing daughters and one granddaughter Waterlily by Hero of Thorn dale which has been added this year Sprite by Belmont out of Waterwitch gets credited with her third 2 30 performer this season Waterwitch seems to breed on remarkably through her daughters Seven of her first nine foals were fillies Another of the nine was Scotland a geld- Â¬ ing that got a record of 222 The re maining one was Mambrino Gift 220 foaled in 1S66 now credited with six in the 230 list d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SS lis DurAllTilKNT OF TIIE INTEKIOH i irvsiis Office Mamie Harding daughter of Washington D C Dec 1 1SS9 J Elder J W Harding of Wiucheslor will be married to morrow to Mr Wm Editor aimax Eichmond Ky Dear Sir Walcott that place Tills office desires to secure the best Mr D McCord Phelps of thUcounly possible regarding the tclmols and Miss Bettie Gibson of Fuyelle results of the country with a few salleut In Â¬ couuty daughter of Mr Stephen Gib sou late ol this county will be married quiries James II Biodgett A M ol Kock to day furd III a gentleman of long exper- Â¬ Mr W A Powell of this place and ience In educational work and in pubMiss Ida B Deatherage of College lic affairs has been appointed a special Hill will be married to morrow Thurs- Â¬ agent for the collection of statistics of day December 12th at 3 oclock Eld education for the United Ktates J vV Harding will perforin the cvre Pulilic schools are so related to sys Â¬ mony The groom Is the senior mem tems of public record that their statis ber of the new clothing linn of W A tics are obtaiuablo through established Powell Co nnd the bri le is a daugh- methods ter of Mr Achilles Deatherage Incorporated private schools have 11 Mr G B Simmons of Kirkleving place hi public records tnn this county will marry Miis Marie Parochial schools generally render Hamilton from Montgomery county stated reports to some controlling body near Mt Sterllog December 12ih On TJnincoipomted private schools form the same day Mr Winston Woodson a con lderable element of usefulness of Liberty Mo nnd a nephew of the hitherto unmeasured It Is desirable to late Moses E Lard will wed Miss gather reports of thn number of teach Â¬ Georgia Hamilton The two young ers and pupils iu tuch schools with Â¬ ladies are sister ami are the daughter out troubling them for the fiuaucial of Mr George Hamilton of Montgom Â¬ statements that tcbnols supported by ery The ceremony will take plHce nt public funds owe to the tax payers Stoningtoii the home of Mr HamilThe enumerators or population will ton as a double weddiug The cere report each person who bus attended UKUiy will be performed by Dr E O school within the year and whether Guerratit aud only the immediate at public or at a private fcchool ami friends of the family are Invited Lex- fur all per ons ten years ol ago aud iugton Gazette over thoe who can read and write Mr J F Slusher of Pineville and This will be more than has been done Miss Bettie Boggs of this county were heretofore Other educational statis married at the home of the brides tics must be reached by different parents Mr aud Mr J S Boggs uear methods iu which every oue interested Richmond Friday December 6th 80 may render some aid Any lists of private schools no mat Â¬ Miss Minnie L Elliott of Kirksville Miss flallle Boggs Mr John Fitzpat ter how brief or names of eingle rick of Pineville and Hon M Al school no matter how humble open furd or Lexington were the attend- Â¬ In auy part of the present school year ants Bev C P Williamson said the with the address of the principal teach- Â¬ ceremony A dinner followed and the er of each will be of assistance to this Very respectfully couple left for home The groom is iftlce President of the Pineville National RoBEirr P Pouter Bank County Clerk merchant Superintendent of Census real estate dealer and otherwi e engaged having made a large amount of money in the new towns of Pineville and Middiesborotigh The bride is a representative member of the old exten- Â¬ sive aud prosperous Hoggs family Mies be married In January to a Mr Fer gusou AID TIIE SCHOOLS I STOP MD READ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- CONSISTING OF I Sewfflirtt CI d hi Jadnb Â¬ AND CLOTH SACQUES Â¬ 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 CUT THE LIFE OUT DF PIES I Â¬ COWFOIWD DIED I Martin died iu Richmond Ky on Saturday December 7tti 1SS9 and was buried iu the Richmond Cemetery on JE APWW yfejd 1 KTmyLJH and will say the prices I make on these goods wrill he equal to 50 cents on the dollar Â¬ Sunday Mrs Mary B Downey died a Â¬ three-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ linr Â¬ at Paris ou the4ih inst She was the widow of W II Downey deceased brother of Miss Mollie Downey of this couuty James B Iloriue died iu Richmond Ky on Tuesday night December 3rd 18S9 at 11 oclock of typhoid fever after au illness of one week aged 29 j ears Buried iu Cemetery on Thurs- Â¬ day Mrs Mary Wutdeti Cobb wire of Harvey Cobb Jr died at toiitiac Ills November 2Sth 18S0 Deceased was a native of Madison county and a sister-in-laof Mw DilUrd Cox Ht r infant survives her Mrs Dora Caisnu Thnma died in MadUon county Ky on Saturday December 7ih 1SS9 of pneumonia and typhoid rever aged 22 years Burial on Sunday at the Edmund Bixter bur- Â¬ ial ground at lirookstown Deceased was the wifo of John Thnma and grund duughter of Edmund Baxter de Â¬ ceased Â¬ SOW IS YOUK CHAICE The Importanco of purifying the blood can Â¬ not be overestimated for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purity vitalize and enrich tho blood and we ask you to try Hoods It DorMiliai- - Sarsaparilla up strengthens and DttiMs tie system creates an appetite and tones the digestion while it eradicates disease The peculiar proportion combination and preparation of the vegctablo remedies used give to Hoods Sarsaparilla pecul- - mrr 1 15BII Jar curative powers No othcrmediclne has such a record of wonderful cures H you have made up your mind to buy floods Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other instead It is a Feculiar Mcdlcine and Is worthy your confidence Hoods Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists Frepared by C L Hood Co Lowell Mass WILL COME IN AND SEE THEM NOT LAST LONG AT THE PEICES rcUUIlal COME IN AND LOOK caf H 1 TRE JL 5 Ji IOO Dosos One Dollar 29 29 110 WEST MAIN STREET i rasrEigwcygvvjr FITRErilSHIMG GOODS THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE vESTIlETIC COULD ASK FOR We Rave the OUR ODD PANTS Iw Fit lbs Largest or lies I WE HAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF TUESK GOODS n AND Â¬ Liisil Things in FIKIN for the Men Folks Â¬ k Usl Mriii Mdk M IN EVEItr STYLE AND QUALITY AND TRICE REMEMBER TIIIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIIL rHE33S3E3S Â¬ KSJsraEcsrsEesrasHzaiKEsnEHsasrcESESSzsEsaBi -- ILL Will be worn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest stylo but because of its pleasing effect in finish and color SLEIGU Â¬ 1E FOR THEM We sell the fSox Shaw knit in that Is an expression you have frequently heard on the streets of late BUT FOR FEAR TIIE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to our store to buy one of our being the natural wool without coloring matter We also have WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improvement on Â¬ English Balbriggan AND FINE FULL OVERCOATS who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to bay but he evidently thought that COVINGTON MITCHELLS store was the place to purchase for ho said sleigh 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 whero else in Richmond can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the latest slyles shades and prices i Merino Mixtures h All colors Tho last named goods were very popular last winter and bid fair to bo g more so this season the seamless having a round heel and smooth toe with gussets in tho instep and heel We also have FAN CY STRIPED and COLOR- Â¬ ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels and toes Â¬ laaEsrrraiigLiHiga Â¬ A LUHDB1ED SHIRTS -- FROM r kMi h 1 d Winter mw a Â¬ is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits Wo invito an inspection A HANDKERCHIEFS Our 25c Ilandkerchiefs Handkerchiefs are daisies Our 35c 3 50 CENTS Wo TO 3 CHILDRENS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING carry the FINEST STOCK in Central Kentucky are unequaled We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Olothinrr We carry a fine aseort- in long and short pant suits and if wo do say it ourselves they are beauties every one of them They rango in size from 4 to IS years- - iment of Silk Handkerchiefs Mothers give us a call o COVINGTON I MITCHELL Â¬ FUSEE G IjOES We have them for driving riding the street tho ball or the reception A fine line of SFIEOIJLiliTIIES- Working Shirts in Waterproof Cotton aud Cheviot Neckwear Tho finest tlmt money can buy Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine lino of Crush Goods in all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Bags and Valises- - Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats The Atwood Suspender Â¬ Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Dogskins in great variety Perrins Imported Kids stand iu tho lead as to stylo and finish We have them in all shades Hand some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves j f - 1 I Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches iSt- msm m iiigjipMWPpgBgH PflHQfrj rV- - - rib i SUPPLEMENT Mil i r VOLUME r 1 RICHMOND THE rsagj SUPPLEMENT P yfr113 NUMBER 11 V III MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY pocted that the banks hiving those deposita will sell their bonds to the treasury so long as the present highly beneficial arrangement is continued They now practically get in Â¬ terest both upon the bonds and their pro cealt No farther uss should be nude of this method of getting Uie surplus into cir-Â¬ culation and the deposits now outstanding should he gradually withdrawn and applied to the purchase of bonds It is fortunate that such a use can 1 made of the existing Bnrjiius and for some time to come of any carnal surplus that may exist after congress has taken the necessary step for a reduction of the revenue Such legislation should be promptly bat very considerately enacted I recommend a revision of our tariff law both in itsaihninistrativefeaturesand in the schedules The need of the former is gen- Â¬ erally conceded and an agreement upon the evils and inconvemences to lie remedied and the best methods for their correction will probably not be difthilt Uniformity of valuation at all our ports is essential and efÂ¬ fective metsur should be taken to secure it It U equally dasirablo that questions af Â¬ fecting rates and classifications should be promptly decided The preparation of a new schedule of cus toms duties is a matter of groat delicacy be cause of its effect upon the business of the country of groat difficulty by reason of the wi1e divergence of opinion as to the objects that may be promoted by such legislation Some disturbance of business may perhaps result from consideration of the subject bv congress but this te nporary ill effect will be reduced to minimum by prompt action and assurance which the country en jo vs that any necessary changes will bo so made as not to impair the just and reasonable protection of our home industries The inequalities of the law should be ad Â¬ justed but the protective principle should be maintained and fairly applied to the pro-Â¬ ducts of our farms as well as our shops These duties necessarily have relation to other things besides tho public revenues We cannot limit their effects by fixing our eyes on the public treasury alone They have a direct relation to home production to work to wases and to the commercial independ- Â¬ ence of our country and the wise and pa- Â¬ triotic legislator should enlarge the field of his vision to include all of thesa The nec essary reduction iu our public revenue can I am sure be made without making toe smaller burden more onerous than the larger by reason of the disabilities and limitations which the process of reduction puts upon both capital and labor can very safely be extended The free by placing thereon articles that do not offer injurious competition to such domestic products as our home labor can supply The removal of the internal tax upon tobacco would relieve an important agricultural product from a burden which was imposed only because our revenue from customs du- Â¬ ties was insufficient for the public needs If safe provision against fraud can be devised the revoval of the tax upon spirits used in the arts and iu manufactures would also offer an unobjectionable method of re- Â¬ ducing the surplus A table presented by the secretary of the treasury showing the amount of money of all kinds in circulation each year from 1878 to the pros nt time is of interest It ap- Â¬ pears that the amount of National bank notes in circulation has decreased during that period 114109729 of which 87793 23J is chargeable to the last year Tho withdrawal of bank circulation will necessarily continue unler existing condi- Â¬ tions It is probable the adoption of the suggestions made by the comptroller of the currency viz That the minimum deposit of lionds for the establishment of banks be reduced and that an issue of notes to the par value of the bonds be allowed would help to maintain the bank circulation From March 1 1878 to Oct 1 1880 the net increase in the total amount of money in circulation was 599224193 The circula lation per capita has increased about 5 during the time referred to The president discussing the coinage of silver explains that the large surplus in the treasury vaults is owing to the tact that its paper representative is more convenient The general acceptance and use of the silver certificate show that silver has not been otherwise discredited Some favorable con- Â¬ ditions have contributed to maintain this practical equality in their commercial use between the gold and silver dollars But some of these are trade conditions that stat Â¬ utory enactments do not control and of the continuance of which we cannot be certain I think it is clear that if we should make coinage of silver at present rates free we must expect the difference in bullion values of tho gold and silver dollars will be taken account of in commercial transactions and I fear the same result would follow any considerable increase of present rate of coinage such a result would be discreditable to our financial management and disastrous to all business interest We should not tread the dangerous edge of such a peril and in Â¬ deed nothing more harmful could happen to the silver interests Any safe legislation upon this subject must secure the equality of the two coins in their commercial uses I have always been an advocate of the We are large use of silver in our currency producers of that metal and should not dis- Â¬ credit it To the plan which will be pre sented by the secretary of the treasury for the issuance of notes or certificates upon the deposit of silver bullion at its market value I have been able to give only a hasty exami- Â¬ nation owing to the press of other matters and to the fact that it has been so recently The details of such a law re- Â¬ formulated quire careful consideration but the general plan suggested by him seems to satisfy the purpose to continue the use of silver in connection with our currency and at the same time to obviate the danger of which I have spoken At a later day I may commuicate further with congress upon tha subject The Chinese exclusion act is briefly referred to and the difficulty of keeping the Mongol- Â¬ ians out explained as being due to the vast boundery line to be guarded in the north Â¬ west and the scarcitv of officers The statement is made that additional officers will be placed on duty iu that section The proclamation required by Section 3 of the act of Haich2 1839 relating to the killing of seals and other fur bearing animals was issuad by me on the 21st day of March and a revenue vessel was dispatched to enforce the law and protect the interests of the United States The establishment of a refuge station at Pont Barrow as directed by congress was successfully accomplished Concerning our coast defenses the president said Judged by modern standards we are practically without coast defenses Many of the structures we have would enhance rather than diminish the perils of their garrisons if subjected to the fire of im Â¬ proved guns and very few are so located as to give full effect to the greater range of such guns as we ore now making for coast defense uses This general subject has had consideration in congress for some years and the appropriatiou for the construction of large rifled guns made one year ago was I am sure the expression of a purp ose to pro-Â¬ vide suitable works in which these guns might be mounted An appropriation now made for that purpose would not advance the completdou of the works beyond our ability to supply them with fairly effective guns Thesecorityof our coast cities against foreign attack should not rest altogether in the friendly disposition of other nations here should be a second line wholly in our own keeping I very urgently recommend an appropriation at this session for the construction of such works in our most exposed harbors I approve the suggestion of the secretary of war that provision be made for encamp Â¬ ing companies of the National Guard in our coast works for a specified time each year and for their training in the use of heavy gun His suggestion that an increase of the artillery force of the army is desirable is also in connection commended tho considera- Â¬ tion of congress The improvement of our Important rivers and harbors should bo promoted by Care thould the necessary appropriations be taken that the government is not com- Â¬ mitted to the prosecution of works not of public and general advantage and that the relative usefulness of works of that class is not overlooked So far as this work can ever be slid to be completed I do not doubt that the end would he sooner and more economi- Â¬ cally reached If fewer separate works wero undertaken at the same time and those se- Â¬ lected for their greater genoral interest were more rapilly pushed to completion A work once considerabrybegun should not be sub jected to the risk and deterioration which interrupted or insufficient appropriations necessarily occasion The president referred to the killing or Judge David S Terry by a deputy United States marshal for assaulting Jostfoe Field I recommend that more definite and said provision be made bv law not only for the protection of Federal officers but for a fuU trial of such cases in the United States Â¬ -- DECEMBER 1889X 26 wm to Congress rrcsident Harrison First Words Think Carefully and buy from us 2 Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered i Work Diligently Until You lleach Our Place 210 W Main Deal Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If Yon Do Not Know Us s Buy Frequently If You Would Meate Us Nll Reasonably lias Ever Been Oqr Aim Is Our Earnest Bequest BAY PROMPTLY 1 -- The Leading Points of tho Lengthy Document Civil Sorvleo and the Southern Onostlon Ilectilvo tho Slost Attention Fenslons TarlC Coast Dofoasos Silver Coinage ommends that the salaries or judges of did- trict courts be in no case less than 5000 Earnest attention should be given by congress to a consideration of the question how far the restraint of those combinations of capital commonly called trusts is a matter of Federal jurisdiction When or-ganized as they often are to crush out all healthy competition ami to monopolize the production or sale of an article of commou and general necessity they are dangerous conspiracies against the public good and anil even penal legislation copy He recommends au international right law lie says our naturalization laws should bo so revised as to make the inquiry into the character and good disposition toward our government of the persons applying for citi- Â¬ zenship more thorough The enactment of a simple and inexpen Â¬ sive National bankrupt law of a character to lie a permanent part of our general legisla Â¬ tion is desirable Ho refers favorably to Postmaster General Wanamakers report and recommends the plan suggested of a supervision of the post oiHces iu separate districts that shall in-Â¬ volve instruction and suggestion and a rating cf efficiency of the postmasters would I have no doubt greatly Improve the service The president recommends the erection of a new building for the joint use of the post office department and the city postotlico of Washington Concerning the transmission of lottery ad- Â¬ vertisements and remittances throughout the mails he recommends that more stringent measures be adopted Ho refers in complimentary terms to the present improved condition of the navy and recommends a more raiml increase in the number of serviceable ships He concludes I concur in the recommenda- Â¬ by saying tion of the secretary that tha construction of eight armored ships three gun boats and five torpedo boats be authorized He refers in complimentary terms to the bravery and noble conduct of the American naval officers and sailors in the disastrous hurricane in Samoa He speakes of the substantial progress Our made made by the Indians and adds treaty stipulitions should be observed with fidelity and our legislation should be highly considerate of the best interests of an igno- Â¬ rant and helpless people We can no longer push the Indian back into the wilderness and it remains only to push him upward into the state of a self supporting and responsible citizen He then refers at some length to the recent opening of large tracts of lands secured from the Indians and the opening of Oklahoma and the means taken to protect the citizens and preserve order In conclusion he rec Â¬ ommends the establishment at once of a ter- Â¬ ritorial government for Oklahoma He also recommends that provisions be made for the acquisition of titles to town lots in towns now established in Alaska for locating town sites and for theestabliohment An appropria- Â¬ of municiiwl governments tion for educational purposes there should neitlier be overlooked nor stinted The law now provides a pension for every soldier and sailor who was mustered into the services of the United States during the civil war and is now suffering from wounds or disease having an origin in the service and in the line of duty Two of the three necessary facts viz muster and disability are usually susceptible of easy proof but the third origin in the service is often difficult and in many deserving cases impossible to establish That very many of those who endured the hardships of our most bloody and arduous campaigns are now disabled from diseases that had a real but not traceable origin in the service I do not doubt Basides these there is another class comÂ¬ posed of men many of whom served an en Â¬ listment of three full years and of veterans who added a fourth year of service who escaped the casualties of battle and the assaults of disease who were always ready for any detail who were in every bat- Â¬ tle line of their command and were mustered out iu sound health and have since the close of the war while fighting with the same indomitable and independent spirit the contest of civil life been ot jreomo by dis Â¬ ease or casualty I am not unaware that the pension roll already involves a very large annual ex- Â¬ penditure neither am I deterred by that fact from recommending that congress grant a pension to such honorably discharged sol- Â¬ diers and sailors of the civil war as liaving rendered substantial service during the war are now dependent upon their own labor for a maintenance and by disease or casualty are incapacitated from earning it Many of the men who would be included in this form of relief are now dependent upon jHibhc aid and it does not in my judgment consist with the National honor that they shall continue to subsist upon the local relief given indiscriminately to iaupers instead of upon the special and generous provision of the nation they served so gallantly and un- Â¬ selfishly Our people will I am sure very generally approve such legislation And I am equally sure that the survivors of the Union army and navy will feel a grateful sense of relief when this worthy and suffering class of their comrades is fairly cared i 1 - the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultf umlely lead you to success and and make us happy liny UVLT UflPlf E i EO PO y BBJ -- DEALKRS 63E5 IX- ft I WM gJ - STOVES TINWARE Vo DLNWARKnODSE FURNISHING GOODS I u k millis and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS of METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS 11AX KINDS OF HARDWARE RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC ETC 00K FOR 21G W MAIN STREET CJTT A AND YOU WILL FIND US r - np Ky aaM WET TfYR T ft ftTCTvTrTOUi V wiiviiaiJtUi vidsr t w July 10 ISM ja and Our Slerchnnt Marino Considered Othor SHhJets Touched Upon The following is the presidents mes- Â¬ sage sent to Uie senate and house of rep Â¬ resentatives on Tuesday Dec 8 To tek Senate ajtd House of Rbfrb bektatives There are few transactions in the administration of the government that ore evn temporarily held in the oonfidenoe of tbose charged with the conduct of the pnblic busuieag Kvery step taken is under the observation of an intelligent and watch- Â¬ ful people The state of the union is known from day to day and suggestions as to needed legislation to find an earlier voice than that which speaks in these annual com- Â¬ munications of the president to congress He then referred to the good will existing between the United States and other na- Â¬ tions and considered it highly significant that the first year of the second century finds within our borders as honored guests the representatives of all the independent states of North and South America The recommendations of this interna- Â¬ tional conference of enlightened statesmen will have the attention of congress and its co operation in the removal of unnecessary harriers to beneficial intercourse between tin nations of America but while the com- Â¬ mercial rewrite which it is hoped will follow this conference are worthy of pursuit and of the great interest they hare excited it is be Â¬ lieved that the crowning benefit will be found in the better securities which may be devised for the maintenance of peace among all American nations and settlement of au contentions by methods that a Christian civ- Â¬ ilization can approve He referred to tho maritime congress now in session in Washington which was called touching the revision and amendment of the rules and regulations governing vessels and to adopt a uniform system of marine signals Delegates from twenty six nations On the Uth day of March MKTJynian then the only member of the commission re Â¬ ported to me in writing that it would not be possible to have the list of eligibles ready before May 1 and requested that the taking effect of the order be postponed until that j time which was done subject to the some provision contained in the original order as to states iu which on eligible list was sooner obtained He then adds The reform of the civil servfeo will make lio safe or satisfactory ad- vanoe until tue present law and its equal ad- ministration are well established in the con- fidence of the tieople It will be my pleasure as it is my duty to see that the law is exe- Â¬ cuted with firmness and impartiality The present clerical force of the civil ser- Â¬ vice commission is inadequate owing to the increased duties laid upon them by the bringing of the railway mail service under the civil service law Additional clerks are recommended 4ByThe president dwelt at length upon the question of the general government extend Â¬ ing ail to such rtates and territories as need it in educational matters He recommended that congress make such an appropriation After referring to the great work of mak- Â¬ ing removals and appointments the president j Of rapid and regular mail communication between the ports of other countries and our own and the adaptation of large and swift American merchant steamship to naval Uses in time of war are public purposes of the highest concern The enlarged participation of our people in carrying trade to the new and increaeI markets that will be opened for the products of our farms and factories The fuller and better employment of our mechanics which will result from a liberal promotion of our foreign oonunerce nsure the widest possible diffusion of benefit to all the states and to all our people Everything is most propitious For the present inauguration of a liberal and progressive policy upon this subject and we should enter upon it with promptness and decision The legislation which I havo suggested it is sincerely believed will pro mote the peace and honor of our country and the prosperity and security of the people 1 invoke the dilhcent awl serious attention of conzrere to the consideration of these and such other measures as may be presented having the same great end is view Benjamin Harrison Â¬ In throwing your money avay by buying shoddy geefis grllLES TIE SHQBTEST BtCTWKEX sad It is not true that C Dec 3 Executive Mansion Washisston 1889 D 8 Hours the Quickest lit Â¬ 13 11 P Wil IMIIIM IMI I IIWIIIPI llllll al aLJaaaaaaaaaBa rriCtrAiKTED MUCH VALUABLE INFOHMATIOir with the geography or the country will ostahj rHOX A STUDT OF THIS KAT Or arepresent It is an interesting and unprecedented fact that the two international conferences have brought herj the accredited represent- Â¬ atives of thirty three nations Attention is called to the fact that all tha nations of the western hemisphere with one exception s end to Washington envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary being the highest grade accredited to this government The United States on the contrary sends envoys of lower grades to some of our sister republics and I recommend the completion of the reform begun by the last congress in elevating the rank of our diplomatic agents in those countries I alsotrecommend that timely provision be made for extending to Hawaii au invitation to be represented in the international con- Â¬ ference now sitting at this capital After referring to the failure of the last treaty restricting Chinese labor immigration l - Jr -- J J incir2ijrvi RGGK i 3SZHfRplJTEg sniUieSS Ti3 THE GHIGflQO ISiaiiQ PAGIFI8 BAILWIY ALiPJEiXtX IVlucLmr main lines branches and oztenEions East and West of tho ilEiOuri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas Mater Â¬ speediest most popular and transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining- Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson nnd Dodge City and Pullman I aace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson ftnrt direct route In connection with lines ft om St Louis Cincinnati j luEv iip Kasnvwe ana iiaeteni ana soutnern points convoreine at Ki tsas City it also constitutes THE SHORT LEFiE TO DENVER AKD THE WEST FROKS THE MISSOURI K1VER It traverses vast aroas cf the richest farming and grazing lands in tha economical system o world forming Uie IflACNIFJCENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS ia the Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed and in winter lv etoam from tnc locomotiveJoseph dailywell ventilated trainsfree irom dust from the st on arrival of Kansas City and St ci Southeast with elegant Day Coaches r iavo Puilmaa Palace Sleepers end EUNNniG THROUGH WITHOHT CHANGE to I OL Reclininsr Chair Oars Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo matins stops only at important in Â¬ Bupero Dining Hotels at con Colorado VrveEins stations in Kansas andCity venient stations west ofXansas and St Joseph furnish delicious meals a reasonable hours and at moderate pricos IS THE FAVORiTE TOURIST LIKE THE ROC5C To Manltou Pikes Peak the Garden of ti Gods Cascade Green Mountain I illc Iaaho Springrs the mountain parks mining- camps and cltiee sanitary reports hunting and flshjng grounds and soenic attractions of Colorado modern improvement Vestibule IdS cxrx addExpress Trains are equipped with every luxurious enjoyment to safety convenience comfort and 1 y i30 make close connections at terminal cities fa Colorado In Union Ti A with the Denvnr and Rio Grondn Colorado Midland Union Factflc V r Ter and Fort Worth and all other divergent lines Time lor Tickets Mapsfurther Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail Z jed monthly or desired information addross SLA5 j E ST JOHN General KsaaijOT JOHN SEBASTIAN CHICAGO ILL Gsal TicVet ft Pa s Agsni STRATTQN B OSiNESS U0LLE6E Jjoofc Krtplnrj Short JTnntl TelruraphuAe n rite for Catalogue and full ttifonnntiotu LOUISVILLE KY BRYAslT C T WELLS he says hile our supreme interests demand the exclusion of a laboring element which expe Â¬ rience has hbown to be incompatible with our social life all steps to compass this im- Â¬ perative need should be accompanied with a recognition of those strangers now lawfully among us to humane and just treatment Concerning the Nicaragua canal he said A friendly arrangement has been effected between Cota Rica and the government This government has held itself ready to promote in every proper way the adjust Â¬ ment of all questions that might present ob- Â¬ stacles to the competition of a work of such transcendent importance to the commerce of this country and indeed to the commercial interests of the world In regard to the Samoan question he re referred to the late conference held in Berlin and trusts that the senate will approve of the efforts which have been made to affect un adjustment He says in reference to the fishery troubles that Canada has of late been endeavoring to administer laws that will cause as little trouble as possible He says the boundary line between the United States and Canada in the narrow channels connecting the great lakes and alone the northwestern boundary should he visibly marked He then referred to our relations with France Belgium Persia Turkey and other smaller nations Questions continue to arise iu our rela- Â¬ tions with several countries in respect to the rights of naturalized citizens Especially is this the case with France Italy Russia and Turkey and to a less extent with Switz- Â¬ erland From time to time earnest efforts have been made to regulate this subject by conventions with those countries An im- Â¬ proper use of naturalization should not be permitted but it is most important that those who have been duly naturalized should everywhere be accorded recognition of the rights pertaining to the citizenship of the country of their apoption The appropri Â¬ ateness of special conventions for that pur-Â¬ pose is recognized in treaties which this gov- Â¬ ernment lias concluded with a number of European states and it is advisable that the difficulties which now arise In our relations with other countries on the same subject should be similarly adjusted Continuing the message says The recent revolution in Brazil in favor of the establishment of a republican form of government is an event of great interest to the United States Uur minister at Rio de Janeiro was at once instructed to maintain friendly diplomatic relations with the pro- Â¬ visional government and the Brazilian rep resensatives at this capital were instructed by the provisional government to continue their functions Our friendly intercourse with Brazil has therefore suffered no inter- Â¬ Â¬ for He conclutl is his reference to pensions by stating that new methods greatly increase the facility of the pension office indisposing Â¬ F ruption B CARR AD RUFF C T WELLS 00 TiieOnlv Coal Yard in Town Ouly a Mjuare frm the Court hnnse im dont have to send away out to Uie depot Gcl Delivered to as Fart Town son Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Goal ITCIIUEBULfELDL DBA LEU New open at Myers old lumber yard tiMct tj Second Presbyterian eliurcli Qyltwt delivery iti town Ijowesi rriw Try us 17 CO 0 T TTELLS 1TXAM TAEEISK IS Our minister has been further instructed to extend on the part of this government a formal and cordial recognition of the new republic so soon as the majority of the peo Â¬ ple of Brazil shall have signified their assent to its establishment and maintenance Within our own Borders a general con Â¬ dition of prosperity prevails The harvests of the hut summer were exceptionally abundant and the trade conditions now pre-Â¬ vailing seem to promise a successful season to the merchant and the manufacturer and general employment to our working people The report of the secretary of the treasury for the fiscal year ending June 30 1880 has been prepared and will be presented to con- Â¬ gress It presents with clearness the fiscal operation of government and I avail myself of it to obtain some facts for use here The aggregate receipts from all sources for the year were 887050058SJ derived as follows From customs 23883274L0S from internal revenue 130881513 02 from miscellaneous sources 33S35S0aSi The ordinary expenditures for the same period were 331 90661500 and the total expenditures including tho sinking fund The excess of receipts were a57B93925 over expenditures was after providing for the sinking fund OT4701295ft enues actual and estimated are 8S5000000 and the ordinary expenditures actual and estimated ore 293000000 making with the sinking fund a total expenditure of tMMSlUu99 leaving on estimated surplus of 54307888301 Daring the fiscal year there was applied to the purchase of bonds in addition to those for the sinking fund 0045017285 and dur Â¬ ing the first quarter of the current year the sum of 87838937 00 all of which were cred Â¬ for ited to the sinking fund The revenues esti- Â¬ the fiscal year endinz Juno SO 1861 are by the treasury department at fS35 mated 030000 and the expenditures for the sanio period including the sinking fund at 541 40047770 This shows an estimated surplus for that year of 4356953230 which is more likely to be increased than reduced when tha actual transactions are written up The existence of so large an actual and anticipated surplus should nave the immedi ate attention of congress with a view to reducing the receipts of the treasury to the needs of the government as closely as may be The collection of moneys not needed for public uses imposes an unnecessary bur- Â¬ den upon our people and the presence of so large a surplus in the public vaults is a dls- turning element in the conduct of private business It hue called Into use expedients for put Â¬ ting it into circulation of very questionable We should not collect revenue propriety for the purpose of anticipating our bonds beyond the requiremeBte of the sinking fund but any unappropriated surplus in the treasury should be so used as toere U no other lawful way of returning the money to circulation and the profit realized by the government offers a substantial advantage The loaning of public funds to the banks without interest upon the security of gov ernment bonds I regard as on unauthorized and dangerous expedient It results m a temporary and unnatural inciease of the banking capital of favored localities anl om j s a caution- - an grad s tc aoid injury to ual recall of th Â¬ Â¬ of cases ami giving information The president welcomed the four new states and gave concise description of the resources of each In strong language the president referred to tha crippling and killing of so many brakemen ana switchmen in handling freight concluding as follows The attention of the inter state commerce commission has been called to the urgent need of congressional legislation for the bet Â¬ ter protection of the lives and limbs of those engaged in operating the interstate freight lines of the country and especially of the yardmin and brakemen A petition signed by nearly 10000 railway brakemen was pre-Â¬ sented to the commission asking that steps might be taken to bring about the use of automatic brakes and couplers on freight cars At a meeting of state railroad commissioners and their accredited representatives held at Washington in March lat upon the invitation of the interstate commerce commission a resolution was unanimously adopted urging the commission to consider what can be done to prevent the loss of life and limb in coupling and uncoupling freight cars and in handling the brakes of such cars During the year ending June 30 1888 over 2000 railroad employes were killed in service and more than 200J3 injured The new executive department that of agriculture has been a success and the presi-Â¬ dent recommended that congress make the usual provision for the publication of its anÂ¬ nual report which cannot fail to be of value to the fanning community He further recommends that the weather service bo from the war department and estabtaken lished as a bureau in the agricultural depart Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment Â¬ For the current fiscal year the total rev-Â¬ regulating the sale of intoxicating drinks in the District of Columbia should be revised with a view to bringing the traffic under stringent limitations and control He called attention to the value to the general government of having a worlds fair hold in some of our important cities to observo the 400th anniversary of the discov Â¬ ery of America On the 4th of March last the civil service commission had but a single member The vacancies were filled on the 7th day of May and mco then the commissioners have been industriously though with an inadequate force engaged in executing the law They were assured by me that a cordial support would bo given them in the faithful and im- Â¬ partial enforcement of the statue and of the Tneoresident recommended that The laws Watches docks Jewelry Silver and atloution given to llated ware etc Special v W B CIBflCIXIlAKGM HewLivery and SaleEtaWe PEIKQ AD DIAMONDS OTHER PRECIOUS STONES linve PTfoit n naur ntnl rnimtiin Irus Lirery mid HHleStitlil- - wirner of - -- iu irvuie Mreet Kloiimniul Ky Promptly doue and iu a workmanlike J ask ilejublictoslve us a trial mauuer Â¬ HORSES A r I- r HITCHED OR FED Casi Paid for Md Gold and Silver E SOSAHLB RATJ5S Saddle - borsee aiwl buugfes hired nt Imv Dont format the plnoe next door to the rost wfltee RIobmund Ky IARBISU CUXXIXOUAM Jttn4 tf i t GALT -- - EQUi ICY LOUISVILLE Please Read U building Ttie Singer Manufacturing Company Tfe Largest and Flndst Hotel in Attnolimeut and Portable spesially adapted for invalid travelers Ac to cost 5HS5 catli Any one wlahinc a a madilue with Hand Rates25o to Ti 4 Per Day 3231 nmohine of this type will please leave order at the office IS First Btreet According to rooms rkisli and Russian Baths in J F Stone It Is sold only by order kc pt io fctock F 40 P8 DotfL J not 8 dtsit - He nays that In making such recommenda Â¬ tions he does not desire to impeach eitaer the state laws or the general disposition of those charged with their execution Events which havo been brought to my attention happening in other parte of the country nave also suggested the propriety of extending by legislation fuller protection to those who may be called as witnesses in Â¬ the courts of the United States The inves Â¬ tigations of criminal offenses are often ren dered futile and the punishment of cruno impossible by tho intimidation of wit nessei The president refers to the crowded con- Â¬ dition of the supreme court and recommends the establishment of imermt J1 He courts having fins appellate jui isrlii Uii ui l fam 11 jiio rec clatBesof q jotliom bjhJ cj i rules and regulations adopted in aid of it Heretofore the book of eligibles has been closed to every one except as certifications were made upon the requisition of the apÂ¬ pointing officers The secrecy was the source of much suspicion and of many charges cf favoritism in the administration of the law What is secret is always suspected what is open can bo judged The commission with the full apnroval of all its members has now opened the list of eligible lists for the classi- Â¬ fied postofBces and customhouses are now publicly posted in the respective offices as are also the certifications for appointments The purpose of the civil service law wa3 absolutely to exclude any other considera- Â¬ tion in connection with appointments under it than that of merit as tested by tho examinations The business proceeds upon the theory that both the examining boards and the appointing officers are absolutely ignorant as to the political niews and associations of all persons on tho civil service lists It is not too much to say however that some reÂ¬ cent congressional investigations have some- Â¬ what shaken public confident in the impar- Â¬ tiality of tha selections for appointment The reform of the civil service will maka no safe or satisfactory advance until tho present law and its equal administration are well established in the confidence of the peo Â¬ ple It will be my pleasure as it isiny duty to see that the law is executed wih firmness and impartiality If some of its provisions harp been fraudulently evaded by appointing officers our resentment should not suggest the repeal of the law bat reÂ¬ We should have form in lte administration one view of the matter and hold it with a sincerity that is not affected by the consid- Â¬ eration that the party to which we belong is for tho time in power My predecessor on the 4th day of Janu ary i8N9 by on executive order to take ef Â¬ fect March 15 brought tho railway mail scT viee under the operation of tb i ei il ser Â¬ vice law Pri vision was marie t hat Je order liould take effect sooner in any tato fias sooner obtained 5 here an ehjiU 1 -- t i incumbency is a con- Â¬ clusive argument for a continuance in office Impartiality moderation fidelity to public duty and a good attainment in the discharge of it must be added before the argument is complete When those holding administrative offices so conduct themselves as to convince just political opponents that no party con Â¬ sideration or bias affects in any way the dis charge of their public duties we cau more easily stay tue detnamls tor removals He thinks both in ami out of the classified service great benefit would result from the adoption of some system by which office holders would be graded by their faithful- Â¬ ness and efficiency in the performance of duty He has made such suggestions to the beads of departments and to the postmaster general The interest of tho general government in the education of the people found au early expression not only in the thoughtful and sometimes warning utterances of our ablest statesmen but in liberal appropria- Â¬ tions from the common resources for the tupport of education in the now states No one will deny that it is of the gravest Na- Â¬ tional concern that those who hold the ulti- Â¬ mate control of all public affairs should have the necessary intelligence wkely to di Â¬ rect and determine them National aid to education has heretofore taken the form of land grants and in that form the constitu- Â¬ tional pover of congress to promote the edu- Â¬ cation of the people is not seriously ques Â¬ tioned I do not think it can be successfully ques- Â¬ tioned when the form is changed to that of a direct grant of money from the public treas- Â¬ ury Such aid should be and it always has been suggested by some exceptional condi- Â¬ tions The sudden emancipation of the slaves of the south the bestowal of the suffrage which soon followed and the impairment of the ability of tlie states where these new cit- Â¬ izens were chiefly found to adequately pro- Â¬ vide educational facilities presented not only exceptional but unexampkil conditions That the situation has been much ameliorated there is no doubt The ability and interest of tlie states have happily increased But a great work remains to be done and I think the general government should lend aid As the suggestion of a National its crant in akl of education erows chiefly out of the condition and needs of the emanci pated slave and his descendants the relief should as far as os8ible while necessarily proceeding upon some general lines be ap- Â¬ plied to the need that that suggested it It is essential if much good is to be accom Â¬ plished that the sympathy and active inter- Â¬ est of the people of the states should be en-Â¬ listed and that the methods adopted should be such as to stimulate and not to supplant local taxation for school purposes As one congress cannot bind a succeeding one in such a case and as the effort must in some degree be experimental I recommend that any appropriation made for this purpose bo so hmited in annual amount and as to the time over which it is to extend as will on the one band give the local school authori-Â¬ ties opportunity to make the best use of the first years allowance and on the other deliver them from the temptation to unduly postpone the assumption of the whole burden themselves The colored people did not intrude them selves upon us tbey were brought here in chains and held in the communities where they are chiefly found by a cruel skive code Happily for both races they are now free Tbey have from a standpoint of igÂ¬ norance and poverty which was our shame not thexrs made remarkable advances in ed- Â¬ ucation and in the acquisition of poverty They have as a people shown themselves to be friendly and faithful towards the white race under temptations of tremendous strength They have their representatives in the National cemeteries where a grateful government lias gathered the ashes of those who died in its defense They have furnished to our regular arm y regiments that have won high praise from their commanding officers for courage and soldierly qualities and for fidelity to the enlistment oath In civil life they are now the toilers of then communities making their full contribution to the widening streams of prosperity which these communi- Â¬ ties are receiving Their sudden withdrawal would stop production and bring disorder into the household as well as the shop Gen- Â¬ erally they do not desire to quit their homes and their employers resent the interference of the emigration agents who seek to stimu- Â¬ late such a desire But notwithstanding all tins in many parts of our country where the colored pop- Â¬ ulation is large the people of that race are by various devices deprived of any effective exercise of their political rights and many cf their civil rights The wrong does not expend itself upon those whose votes are Kvery constituency in the suppressed Union is wronged It has been the hope of every patriot that a sense of justice and of resjxjct for tho law would work a gradual cure of these fla-Â¬ grant evils Surely no one supposes that the present can be accepted as a permanent condition If it is said that these communities must work out this problem for themselves we have a right to askwhether they are at work upon it Do they suggest any solution I when and under wnat condition is the black man to have a free ballot when is he in fact to havo those full civil rights which have so lonfj been his in law when is that equality of influence which our form of gov- Â¬ ernment has intended to secure to the elec tors to be restored This generation should courageously face these grave questions and not leavo them as a heritage of woe to the next Tho consultation should proceed with candor calmness and great patience upon the lines of justice and humanity not of prejudice and cruelty No question in our country can be at rest except upon the firm base of justice and of the law I earnestly Invoke the attention of con- Â¬ gress to the consideration of such measures within its well defined constitutional pewers as will secure to all our people a free exercise of the right of suffrage and every other civil right under tho constitutional laws of the United Stetes No evil however de- Â¬ plorable can justify the assumption either on tho part of the executive or of congress of powers not granted but both will be highly blamable If nil the powers granted ore not wisely but firmly used to correct these evils The power to take the whole direction and control of the election of members of the house of representatives is clearly given to the general government A partial and qualified supervision of theso elections is now for by law and in my Erovided be so strengthened and opinion this extended to secure on the whole better results than can be attained by a law taking all tha processes of such election into Federal control The colored man should be protected in all of his government relations to the Federal whether as litigant juror or witness in our courts as an election of members of congress or as a peaceful traveler on our interstate railways Referring to the humiliating fact that our merchant marine is so inferior to that of other nations not so fortunately situated as we are the president states recommend that such appropriations bo made for ocean steamships be-Â¬ mail service in American tween our ports and those of Central and South America China Japan and the important Islands in both of the great oceans as will be liberally remunerative for tho serÂ¬ vice rendered as will encourage the estab- Â¬ lishment and in some fair degree equalize the csunces of American steamship lines in the competitions which they must meet That the American states lyiDg south of is were cordially co operate in establishing and maintaining such lines of steamships to their principal ports i no not aouDt We should also make provision for a naval reserve to consist of such merchant ships of American construction and of a specified tonnage and speed as the owners will consent to place at use of government in case of need as armed cruisers Bngland has adopted this policy and as a result can now upon neccasty place upon her naval list some of the fastest steamsnlps in the world A proper supervision of the construction of such vessels would make their conversion into effective ships of war very easy I am an advocate of economy in our Na tional expenditures but it is misuse of terms to make this word describe a policy that withholds au expenditure for tho purpose of extending our foreign commerce fee enÂ¬ largement and improvement of our merchant marine tlie dardopmeat of a sufficient body o trailed AiserrK tha ntomoyea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 World 1ulr Other Notes Washington Dec 4 Immediately after the reading of tlie journals of the house and senate the conimrittees ap Statement In ssYisg money by buying Cincinnati and New Orieais WASHINGTON ITEMS the bst o eYerythiBf at Tfow Congress Ileceived tho Presidcutl TIME 27 HOURS Message Appropriations lullle IleM reasexabie prices and BNTIRE TRAINS UAOOAME CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS pointed to wait on tlie preatdent reported that they had performed that duty and had been informed by the president that lie would communicate with the two houses by a message in writing immedi- ately Thereupon a message from the president was announced and its reading proceeded Wlien the reading of the presidents message was concluded the speaker ap Â¬ pointed Messrs Bayne Ilitt Carter Cul berson of Texas and Cummings as a committee on the centennial celebration Tlie liouse then at 2lo p m adjourned until Thursday Knough for One Day At the conclusion ol tlie reading of the presidents message at 125 p ni the senate adjourned until AVedneeuay Keadlns Clerk of the House Edward MePherson the new clerk of tlie house lias appointed Cliarles S Martin of Kansas reading clerk of the house in place of Neal Brown of Tennessee who was killed in a railroad ac- Â¬ cident during the recess Mr Martin was reading clerk of tlie Kansas legislature for a number of years ami read also in tlie Chicago convention of 1S88 It is understood that John C Honk of Tennessee a son of Congressman Houk of that state will be appointed assistant doorkeeper of the house Â¬ Â¬ Run Through Without Change a as a 110 MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS TIIK QUICKEST BKTWKBX When you make soney by Cincinnati Jacksonville getting tlie TIME 28 HOURS kria Best of Eferjfliii And The Only Line Running Through Sleeping Cars Cinetnuali to Jack- toMville Without ChNge THE SHORT L12TE CirVFO PMOX JUNCTION CHATTANOOGA Exactly wliat yoriWait --At th- eCteee BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON YICKSBURG MOBILX hftum CAe4iHi LOWEST PRICE Matte at Xw with Sottlbera ftnill ami Texas FiHriHe for Ov- - Texas Mexico 11 Hours California PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT Qateker thn ay ether IJm Caftferaia Decrease Shown Amounting to Nearly department shows a decrease in the debt amounting to 1869672 Tlie net cash Mirplus in the treasury to day is 54024 1S7 or about 3000000 less than a month ago National bank depositories hold 4372603 of government funds The gold fund balance remained practically unchanged during the past month and to day is S187496072 and the silver fund -- balance has increased 2250000 during the month and to day amounts to 13346309 Government receipts during Novem Â¬ ber aggregated 30716967 or 2250000 more than during November 1888 Customs receipts were 1230000 and in- Â¬ ternal revenue receipts 1000000 greater than in November a year ago Expenditures for tlie past month ag gregated 2531756 against 36385057 in November last year Tlie pension charge for tho past month was 107756 10 against 21675239 in November 1888 and tlie amount drawn from tlie treasury for pension payments during the first five months of the cur rent fiscal year is 501137678 against 30803040 during the corresponding Â¬ Â¬ All this you can do by getting The public your FALL and WINTER debt statement Leued from the treasury llvo Washington Million Dec 4 Direct Owitetiott Mrwte at Sfcmvoprjrt with Texas ami laMe Ry withotii TntMeJer fur Nothern Ttsas SaTKor KMe and the 3zicc Eftl M Vt Foot and M jnEZ OTML TTS J FRANK W WOOU5Y Tray Pa Agt Lextegtwi Jty wr C S BARRETr Tray Paes Agt tatUuoga Tew C Maw Ae wMfbm WE fflANBILE BOOTS SHOES Ken Pm fjenl Mxr Cincinnati O Oaoi t D 5 KlIWAKDH At 2E5iosTV3o3srx HATS CAPS COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods I CO hase the property I have said CiMiiMtny ami will kevpon all of I lie tet varieties ol pn f the mum Estimate of Appropriations Washinoton Dec 4 Clerks to the committees of appropriations of the sen Â¬ ate and house have prepared a compara- Â¬ tive table of estimates and approHria tions It allows that tlie total regular and permanent estimates for 1800 wero S3H75146 or 35778226 less than those for 1891 Tlie excess of revenues last vear over appropriation was 33 5322il while the excess of estimated revenues over estimated appropriations exclusive of deficiencies and miscelhine ous for 1891 is 43571032 The amount of estimated revenues for 1891 is 383000000 jnd this added to 65414337 tlie amount of estimated postal revenue makes the total esti Â¬ mates of revenues for 1891 amount to 430414887 Tho net increase of esti Â¬ mates for 1891 over 1S90 is 20847168 the net increase of estimates for 1891 over appropriations exclusive of de- Â¬ ficiencies and miscellaneous for 1890 is 38092112 and the total estimates of regular and permanent annual appropri- Â¬ ations for 1891 are 406S13315 There are no estimates made by the commit- Â¬ tees for river and harbor appropriations for 1S91 and congress will have to take up directly those submitted by the chief of engineers in his annual report COME ANLD SEE US WALLACE A I RICE Great Book Given and -cily 13- of aceeee Pan una TIh yard is desiring to haul their own ewal will not have Iu eroM tlie railroad I respectfully rtqoeet a Hheral jmt nHMcr f the citizens of both eowwly c o AL ey T S BRONSTOX G Away J Civil A WILLIAMSON CITY SNGINKRR Engineer and Surveyor - Railway Turn Â¬ Surveys made Ae pikes RiMtdways Estimates itf Farm draiunge Town Lota laid oil ir GENERAL LAND SURVEYS r - j3BSH93 o i Liue i retraced Special aUeuthw gfcrea to topographical maps ami pluti uf larmd ami other temM Cerreuml ettee solicited with parties htfttoftl in surveys of lamfe ht mouutahi unuu lies of Kestueky JoTCMHee City Hail RtehmlKy 9- Washingtons Chances for the Fair Washington Dec 4 Tlie committee who are here as the representatives of other cities who want the worlds fair find their efforts somewhat embarrassed izxaswraa by the fact that many members of the senate and tho members of the last con Â¬ gress are already pretty far committed to the National capital as the place for holding tho National celebration of the 400th anniversary of Uie discovery of WE CAHRY NONE BUT THE America Tlie senate committee ap- Â¬ pointed to take this question under con- Â¬ sideration last congress is still in chargo of the subject and the composition of the senate itself is very little changed During the last congress the senate committee made a unanimous report in and as our stock is nnt large we are favor of the bill for tlie celebration in Washington and the bill was passed coutiuually renewing it and therefore through the senate without tlie least op- Â¬ our stock ia ALWAYS FRESH We position It then come over to tlie liouse and got a unanimous report from the foreign affairs committee and was made a special order in the house It failed only through the fact that it was so lato in the session that it was impossible for the orders for special votes to bo hon- Â¬ aud in consequence our prices are ored and no vote was ever reached on tho bill - moii Carriages 11 NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES 1 BEST GOODS Buy anflSellfor NEW SULKIES My vebiefes are all new ami uf the very latent patients They are hr sole sn the meet reasonable terms If y want a vebieie come him see mm ami you wont g home without ue 5 JOHN DONELSOX Cast sey Washington Dec 4 In an inter view with a United Press reporter Representative McAdoo of New Jer Ercn Division of the House Exceedingly Low aaaaTllatfS 4 said last night Among SGive us one trial and you will matters to uie most important come immediately before the house are be convinced the election contests I believe that the Republicans will endeavor to oust some of our men but with so narrow a margin they have to work on I question their ability to do it Yesterdays vote indi- Â¬ cated clearly the precoriousness of their position It is not safo to count on what a party can do in the house with less than twenty five majority I under- Â¬ stand ill Cheadle is very much dissat- Â¬ isfied and hardly to be depended on in an emergency He said something yester Â¬ day about resigning or doing some other desperate thing if it was not for his four clufdren The invariable precedent has been for partisan action in the commit- Â¬ tee on elections but I do not think the Republicans will be able to do anything in the present condition of the house Coinage During the Fast 3Ionth Washinoton Dec 4 The total coin Â¬ age at tlie mint during the pastmoah of NWemuer aggregated fi4009t2W Of this amount 1783100 ha gold pieces and 348481240 in sUver Three mill- Â¬ ion three hundred thousand standard silver dollars were cowed daring the month aaPlSiilft JltaVPaB HAGAN CHENAULT I 29- - Birrs iP -- Slall FsriJ yean at 37 Cmmtt Place sow at 322MarketStioot BlinPWlHlunSnru X fffth ftW r ftamrt aad hyMy Set iBird sstt ruurtn LmilleXj flM-4 pfcr nuu ajj the Spermatorrhea anil ImpotcrscT l t Kv mb uttamnilNSdu laad rt tM iW wwfancrwkffaiaN itwlfc j piajjCT falrtt hil Ifcfrcm Ktwr j ii Mw j arum Dfaaam l WfbK Ottwpy HmbI1 0 At batufea at Mm Ua af SoalmfUHmfmllmtrt Tftvar UHktihwwwnawir ua tt natal c ama unafcna fct- - A 1 Mraw- WBFW aaHHaJ aJMS- - vr- - CdWaMaBWaB 31B 5frH fiaaaltcrBnTaeiCa It Jens M fcBf taaanteai and MMaMfea at ifctMaa aaaa Pfcfucttaa 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tiwieteU laxj wtth stops se a iy UBiely Mame- oesenbes her best Whoa ake greets m wHk mint sad laaghter Mac I tSi aa Is toe sweetest Dime Or rocatsh WosBaxtoa she retatads me Tke sbe ts --Peg ay merry dame Ak there ere hoars of gloom sad titans Whoa earth Is ssitj with eoM rray rate Wkca kearu are weary aed life se dreary One eaaree dare kope tor tke saa agate Thei she oocms wtk ker m ea se ceatle Calss tereae bu a mad worlds wktrL Of jewels tke rarest tke Barest te rest Ikaew wky toe named ker Margaret ar - Cfcaacefal Mdy 1 vfcat same bath Vast yen This saagte mtewrr that we see yea wMdt Now teen new sew feed kegwttag N jb earn eajisBS yea ter alt amt yteM Butstos One aasse that I mean to gtve yea Wrtl fetter aad bad yea alt year life Voa aeed as gees It I will eeafess H aaU yea --wtfe Vf tore atr la Mary K Vaaarae to Harpers Weekly tmac m CLEOPATRA Beiag as Acceaat of the Fall and Veageeace of Karcaachis the Reyal Egyptian AS SET TQ8TK BY HIS OWE HAITD Bv H Rider Haggard Author of - Kins Solomons Mines She Allan Qalrmaln Ea Esc Etc XQactxatat ar NJCBOLI VTTTTi after CAXOIT V700r sad 0BTunvnHi am CHAPTER or the tI ssrs iE CI EoFaT MtPfMMCK karhacbw TBrGGLB THE WfTH VHAHMACHI6 Al I OF TRB QC1CK BLOW SrRCCK BT or or XX or the A ac or the sbcbbt ND spsbch or shoulder and roughly bade me wait on tke presence of tke Queen An boar past aad this fellow would hare I crawled to me oa his kneee but be bad beam 3 ff1 u - rjfi I uRt aauf II hav hA lawAlArf via V wJTTau iirutish is the aaUire of sack r if slaves - as tue world treats tae fu n Tritk scorn For lo come low after o jr creat is to learn all nbnme Ub ijj tberefore are the great for tbey m j fall I turned upon the slave with so fleree a b J that car like be spraafr behind bk n I paaaed on to the Alabaster Hall and r i i amiUod of tle jruard In the oee t r of the hall nifrh to the foontahi sat C pxtra aad with her were CharmtOB ar 1 tbe Greek girl Ira aad Sfenra and Oo otMT of her wailing ladies she soit to these I woald seak whh y as I rn Sotherweat and left tts faoe at length all being gone I too tamed to go wken a eunuch struck ae oa the slain ae for Cleopatra stood like one who watches ia dream and Bade so sign Already was my h ad dragged back and their knife points at my throat when Cbarraion rasaiag forward threw herself upoo me and calling tbem Dogs desperately thrust her body before them in such a fashion that smite they couki not How Brennus with an oath seised first one and then another and cast tbem frc n me Spare his life Queec se cried in his barbarous Latin By Jupiter be is a brave maa Myself felled like an ox in tbe shambles and three of my boys finished by a man without armor and taken unawares I grudge them not to such a man A boon Queen Spare bis life and give him to Â¬ 1 joints of bis harness slew him so teat his knees were lessened asd he sank dawn dead And She third as he came 1 caught apoa the potot of my sword before bo ooald strike and it pierced bhn asd he died Then the last rushed en me with aery of Ti ranis and t tee rushed on him for ray blood was aflame Asd the women shrieked only Cleopatra said naught but stood and watebed aaeaeal fray We met and I struck with all my strength and a mighty blew it was for the sword shore through the Iron shield asd shattered there leaving me wonponlcos Whh a shout of triumph tbe guard swung up bis sword and smote down upon my bead but with my shield I caught tbe blow Again be smote and again I parried bat when a third time he raised bis sword I saw this might sot endure so with a ory I hurled ar buckler at his face Qtasdag from bis shield it struck him on tbe breast and staggered htm Then before be ooald regain bis balance I rushed ia between his guard and gripped him round tbe middle For a f uU minute the tali man aad 1 straggled furiously and then so great was my strength in those days I lifted him like a toy aad dashed him down upon tbe aarble floor In such a fashion that his bones were shattered so that he srwke no more Bat I ooald not ssre myself and fell upon him aad as 1 fell tbe Captain Brennus whom I had smitten to earth with my fist having once more found bis sense came up behind ae aad smote me sore upon the head aad shoulders with the sword of one of those whom I bad shun But I being on the ground the blow fell net with all its weight also my thick hair and broidered cap broke its force and thus it came to pass that though sore wounded tbe life was yet whole in ae Bat no more could I struggle Then the cowardly eunuchs who bad gath Â¬ ered at the sound of blows and stood baodted together like a herd of cattle see Â¬ ing that I was spent threw themselves apoa me aad would have shun me with their knives Bat Brennus now that I was down weald strike so more but stood watting And tbe eunuchs had surely fAy sbeansworedln a voice thick with grief Ay O Queen so say the physicians Forty hours hath be been in stupor so deep that at times bis breath could hardly lift this tiny feathers weight and seirco could my oar placed against blsbreast i ake noÂ¬ tice of the rising of bis seart For ten long night till mine eyes stare wide open with want of sleep and for falntness scarco can I keep myself from falling And of all my labor this is the end The blow of that ac-Â¬ cursed Brennus lias done its work and days I now have watched him day and te Â¬ Harmachis dies Love counts not its labor Cbarmien nor can it weigh its tenderness in the scale of purcnase That which it hath it gives and craves for more to give and give till the souls infinity be drained Dear to thy heart are these nights of watching sweet to thy weary eyes is that sad sight of strength brought so low that it hangs upon thy weakness like a babe unto its mothers breast For Cbarraion tbou dost love this man who loves sot thee and new that he is helpless tbou canst pour thy passion oer tbe unanswering darkness of his soul and cheat thyself with dream of what yet might be I love him not as tbou bast proof O Queen How can I love one woo would bare slain Uicp who art as my hearts sister Tis for pity that I nurse bhn She laughed a little as sbeanswereed Pity la loves own twin Wondrous way- Â¬ ward are the paths of womans love and thou hast shown thino strangely that I know Bat the more nigh tbe love tho more deep tbe gulf wbercuito it can fall ay and thenee soar again to heaven once more to fall Poor woman thou art thy now tender as tbe passions plaything morning sky and now when jealousy grips thy heart more cruel than the sea Well thus are we made Soon after all this trooMisg naught will be left tbeebutteors remorse aad fecaorv And she went forth Â¬ CnAPTEB XXL OP THE TESDnit CAHE Or CBARUION OK THE RCALECO OF HARMACHIS Cr TBE SAILING OP THE FLEET Or CLEOPATRA rOB C1L1CIA AND Or THE SPEECH Or BHKXXUS TO HAB MACnlA va tsmG gS5 LEOPATRA went and for awhile I lay ggSil FpvS 1 SI 1 I rjy8Aa a eJSI FF i 11 Ay spare hire spare him cried Char mkm white and trembling Cleopatra drew sear and looked upon tbe dead and him who lay dying as I bad dashed him to the ground and on me ber lover of two days goee whose bead rested bow ob Cbarmtons white robes I met the Queens glance Spare not I gasped iw rtilt Then a flush gathered on her brow methiaks it was a flush et shame Dost love this aan at heart Cbar akm she said with a little laugh that tbou thrastest thy tender body twixt him aad tbe knives of these sexless bounds I and she cast a look of scorn upon the eunuchs Nay answered tbe girl fiercely But I can not stand by to see a brave man murdered by such as these Ay said Cleopat a he is a brave man and gallantly he fought never have Â¬ Â¬ great tear fall her dark eyes my face as the heavy drop of rain from a stormy cloud my to speak But Char- mion oarae and stood over me aud I felt a from upon falls silent gathering up strength first tkcre she said Ufuag her for the lint tone Come sot sear Uarsoachu I treat thee not Fer ii ci ulr tboa hast found another dagger what hast tboa to say By what right c tiiou dare to break ia aooa ay talk V trie Kornanr 1 -- It the blood rush throngh me like a - i bitterness and burnmg anger teok ft Ik d Uoo ay heart What bast Hum to sa CleaBatra I answered boMly Whore ia thy oath sworn on the dead 1 t of Meoka ra the ever kriagi Where r iv rfaallenge to this Koama Aatonr thy oath that tboa wooldat call ae h wad ia tbe face of Egypt Asd I Cl d aad ceased IV ell does it hocoaa Ilaramehis who c Mr waa forsworn to speak to me of she said ia bitter mockery Aad tboa most pore Priest of Iss aad O tbou moat faithful friead who sever d - betray thy friends and yet O tboa c t steadfast honorabte and Mprigbt rjit wbo never didst barter thy birthright tt c mntry and thy caase for the price of rans passing love by what token ki est tbou that my word is void Thv taunts I will not answer Ctee r I aaid hoUiag back ay heart as tx t I tctbt for I hare earned them all lb trii not from thee By this token tboa I jiW it Thou goeet to visit Antony thou goeat as said that Romaa kaave ti irdi d ia tbe beet attire to feast with hiuwbom thoa shouldst give Vovultores f r hetr feast Perehaaee for aught I kr w tboa art about to sqoaoder those tr sures that thoa hast filched from the tx of kfeakk ra those treasures stored a- - tiast the need of Bsrypt upoo wanton r is which shall complete thesbaae of L rpt By these things then I know that ii art forsworn and I who loviag tfaes Lm eved then tricked and by this also tLit tbou who didst but yesternigfat swear to trod ae dost to daj cover me with Uuits and even before that Romaa pet me to lu open abame Towedtheel And I did swear to wed ti e Weft and what is marriscel Is It tw union of the heart that bead beautiful as gossamer and than gossamer more light wUich binds soul to soul as tbroagh the dreamy night of passion tbey float a bond to be perehaaee melted ia tbe dews of autrol Or Htbeiroa liak of enforced UM iuuigtag anion whereby if sinks tbe cds tlo other aast be dragged beaeath tbe sea cf circumstances there lace a punished siivc topensh of unavoidable cormptkm Ifarnage I to marry I to forget free dom and court the worst slavery of oar sex vrbu h by tbe selnsk will of tnaa the Ein ugar doth still bind us to a bed grown ul and enforce a serrtoe that love h curhaono longer htllowI Of what use t a to be a Queen if thereby I aay not e ape tbe evil of the measly born If ark Hanoachis Woman being grown t - fno ad tboa 1 1 - t - I SASHED HIM BOWX Â¬ wis to se t thee go to stir up evil against ae aHarmaehis tboa shalt net no to build nwplotoaatoataythfwae I say to thee Ih i tboa V sheit rose to visit Aatoay Yicia cn there perehaaee I will let in lh ego A rid ere I eaald answer she had Bt irk anon tbe silver seaf that bear afch to wuere she was Ere its ncu echo bad died away there cm wed fro eae deer Charanw asd tbe wajtiDcwmeii and from tbe other a file of of thorn of ike Qaeesis body rurds puard mvhty aea wttb waged bekaets - hair aad long fabScue that traitor cried Oeepctra poniMngtoae Tbe Captain of the guard t was Brennes - saluted aadeame toward toe drawn sword u I be Dg mad aad desperate and Bttle call me wife Ttien no kmger ooald I bear her falsehood f r I saw that she bat pUyed with me And so 1 spoke that which was ia my heart Cleopatra I ened tbou didst swear to protect Egypt aad thoa art about to betray pttotbeKoman Thoo didst swear to use tbe treasures that I revealed to thee I r the service of Bsrypt and thou art about to nee them to bo ber mesas of shame to faskkm them as fetters for her wrists T1mu didst swear to wed bm who loved and for thee gave an asd thou dost ti n k me and reject Therefore 1 say v rh tbe voice of tbe dread Gods I say it i ii on that shall fait tbe corse of JleDka rt wbom thoa bast robbed Indeed Let me ffo hence aad work oat ay deem Let m go C thoa fair shame thou lirier Lie n imm I nave loved to ay deom aad who hast brought apoa ae tbe last oarse of riom Let ae Wee myself and sec thy face no noreP sue rose ia her wrath and terrwle she i bed Kay being above the breath of oora B a slander that weald bast those who of t jf nrtaewiUaet eoasent to stietea af- Â¬ fections bonds 1 love Harraaobis but I Burry not Aad yesternight thoa dset swear that wouldstwed ma aad call me to thy sue before the f ee of Ejrrptl Aad yesternight tbe red nnsrouad tbe mvn did mark tbe eoramg of the storsa and yet tbe day is fairl Bat who knows trit tbe tempest may not break to morrow TV to knows that 1 have sot chosen the oas- r path to save Ejypt from the Eoaaal TV Uo knows Harmachts that tboa stalt cot twoillsto fear death and marriage a d of these twaia ts marriage tbe more v for ia death we any ted rest bat la tnrnage should It fail as we must fled - tj a ftr bb 7 that the great mas feH headlong his armor clashed spoa the marble flooraadAbA as he leu I seized hU awerd and target and ffleetiag tte next who rwhed on me witii a shout caught bis Maw upon the shield and in aaswer eaete with aH rcy strengjfc here the seek islet -UUwsAwsJoaadsliearbthrsMrJfb l iftbeyslewnefiewsralght at his throat aad dealt Ma each a heavy blow tnJf tis weak of me womanish weak Take him to his chamber asd guard him till he is healed or dead And then my brain reeled a great sink seas seized upon me and I sank into the nothingness of swoon Dreams dreams dreams without end and ever changing as for years and years I seemed to toss upon a sea of agony And through them a vision of a dark eyed womans tender face and tbe touch of a white hand soothing me to rest Visions too of a Royal countenance bendlos at times over my rocking bed a countenance that I could not grasp but whose beauty flowed through my fevered veins and was a part of me visions of childhood and of the Temple towers of Abouthis and of the white baircd Amenemhat ray father ay and an ever present vision of that dread hall in Amenti and of the small altar and the Spirits clad in Darnel There I seemed to wasder everiastmgtyoalling on the Holy Mother whose memory I could not grasp calling ever and in vain For no cloud deÂ¬ scended upon the altar only from time to time tbe voice pealed aloud Strikeout the name of Earmachis child of Earth from tbe living Book of Her who Was and Is and Shall Be Luatl lest lostf Asd t ben another votce would answer Jfot yet I not yet Repentance Is at hand strike not out tbe name of Har machts child of Earth from tho living Book of Her who Was and Is and Shall Be By suffering may sin be wipod away I woke to flad myself ia ray o wn ohamher in the tower of tbe palace So weak was I that I scarce ooukf lift my hand and life seemed but to flutter la my breast as flat tors a dying dove I could not turn my head I ooald not stir yet in my heart thero was a sense of rest and of dark trouble done Tbe light hurt my eyes I shut them and as I shut them heard the sweep of a womans robes upon the stair aad a swift light step that well I knew It waa that of Cleopatra She entered and her footfall drew nigh X felt her come Every pulse in my poor frame beat an answer to ber footfall and all my mighty love and hato rose from the darkness of my death like sleep and rent me in metr struggle l Hoc leaned over me her ambrosial breath played upon my face I couki hear the beating of ber heart Lower she leaned till at last her Hps touched me softly on the brow Poor man I I heard her murmur Poor mute dying man Fata hatu been hard to thee I Too good wert tbou to be the sport of scch a one as I the pawn that I must move in my play of policy 1 Ah Harmachbl thou shouldst have ruled the game They ooekl give thee learning those plot Â¬ ting priests but knowledge of mankind they could net give thee nor fence thee gainst the march of Natures law And tbou didst love me with all thy heart ah well I know it Man Hke tbou didst love tbe eyes that as a pirates lighto beckoned thee to ship-Â¬ wrecked ruin and didst hang doting on the Hps that lied lay heart away and call thee slave Well the game was fair for tbou wouldstbave slain me ard yet I grieve So thou dost diet and this is my farewell to thee Never may we meet again on earth and perchance Us well for who knows when my hour of tenderness Is past bow I might deal with thee draettboulivet Tbou dost die they say loose learned long faced roots Who if they let thee dsc shall pay the price 1 And where then shall we meet again when my last throw is thrown We shall be equal there in tbe kingdom that Osiris rules A little time a few years perchance to morrow and we shall meet then knowing all I am bow wilt tbou greet me there I ay here as there still must tbou love me for injuries can not touch the immortality of such a love as thine Con- Â¬ tempt alone can like acid eat away the strong love ef noble bearta and reveal the pttlfnl trata in its poor nakedness Still mast tbou avo Haraacbis ior what ever ay siss yet aa I great and set above thy scorn WouM that I osuld have loved thee as thou wveet ae Almost did I so when thou slowest these guards cod yet aot quite Oh what a fenced efty is my heart that aene can take It and eeu when I threvr wideepea the doors so maa may win Us cttaaet Oh to put away this loeettness asd lese ae in anothers soaL Oh for a year a aoath an hour to quite forget pob ey peoples and my pomp of place and be bat a loving women Iiaraachie f are tbee weill Go join Great Julias wnom tbuenxt called up from death before tae and take Egypts greetings to him Ah well I footed thee aad I fooled Cosar perohanoe before tis done fate will find meand myself I shaH be fooled Haraaceis fare thee wail Sae turned to go and as she turned I heard the sweep ef another drees and tho light fall of another wemans foot Ab1 tis tbou ChanBteu Well fornll thy watctnejr tse rasa diss i i Â¬ Â¬ 1 I seen so fierce a fight even in tbe games at Rome Well I spare his Hfe though at Â¬ noble astuost Tnorz hast called sib tho sea Venus hath come to visit Bac-Â¬ Wo drew near to the city and all In twenty days she sails and with such chus Its people everyone who could walk err be pomp and glory as Egypt hath sever seen Of a truth I can not guess where she has carried crowded down In thousands to the found tbe gold to gather in this store of docks and with them came the whole army splendor as a husbandman gathers his rich of Antony so at length the Triumvir was left alono upon thn judgment seat fruits But I knowing whence came tbe wealth With them came Dellius tho false groaned in bitterness of spirit and made ton cued fawning nnd bowing and In tho no naswer name of Antony gave the Queen of Beau- Â¬ Goest thou also Cbarmion I asked ty greeting bidding ber to a feast that presently Antony had made ready Batshemadohlgh Ay I and all tbe Court Tbou too thou answer and said Forsooth ti3 Antony goest who should wait onus not we on Antony I go Nay why is this Bid the noble Antony to our poor table this Because tbou art ber slave and must night olso we dino alone march in gilded chains behind her chariot DelHus went bowing to the ground the because she fears to leave tbee herein feast was made ready nnd then at last I Kbem because it is her will and thero is set eyes on Antony Clad in purple robes an end he came a great man and beautiful to see Cbarmion can 1 not escape set in the stout prime of Hfe with bright Escape tbou poor sick man Nay bow eyes of blue and curling hair end features canst tbou escape E en now most strictly cut sharply as a Grecian gem For great art tbou guarded And if tbou didst es- Â¬ he was of form and royal of mien and with cape whitber wouldst tbou fly Theres not an open countenance whereon his thoughts an honest inan in Egypt but would spit on wore writ so clear tbatallmight read thorn only the weakness of the mouth belied the thee in scorn Once more I groaned in spirit and being power of the brow He came companioned so weak I felt tbe tears roil a down my by his generals and when lie reached tho couch n hereon Cleopatra lay he stood as- Â¬ cheek tonished gazing on her with wide opened Weep not sbe said hastily and turn Be a man and bravo oyos She too gazed on him earnestly I inj ber face aside saw the red blood run up beneath her skin these troubles out Tbou hast sown now must thou reap but after harvest tbe and a great pang of jealousy seized upon waters rise and wash away tho roots and my heart And Charmlon who saw all be then once more comes seed time Per- Â¬ neath hor downcast oyos zavr this also nnd chance yonder ia CUkaa a way may be smiled But Cleopatra spoke no word only found when ooco more tbou art strong she stretched out ber white hand for him whereby tbou mayst fly if in truth tbou to kiss and he saying no word took hor oanst bear thy fife apart from Cleopatras hand and kisicd it Behold nohlo Antony sho said at last smile then iu s me far land must then dwell till these Uiigi are forgotten And iu her voico of music thou hast colled mo now my task is dene so fare ttieo well At and I am come Vonus has come bo answered in his times will I come and see that thou needest deep notes nnd still holding his eyes fast aaueht fixed upon her face I called a woman a So sbe went and thenceforward was I Goddess hath rison from the deep nursed and that skillfully by the physician To find a God to greet her on the land ind two women slaves asd as my wound shelaughed with ready wit Wotl a truco healed so my strength caino back to me slowly at first thou most swiftly In four to cetnpllmenis for being on tho earth een aays from that time I left my couch nnd in a Vonus is nAiungerod Nobis Antony thy three more I couki walk an hour In the pal- Â¬ baud Tho trumpets blared and through the ace gardens another week and I oould road and think though I went no more to bowing crowl Cleopatra followed by hor train passed hand is bund with Antony to Court And at length one afternoon Char mkm came and bade me make ready for in the feast Iera thtrt i4 attvtttr trsok in thepapjru3 twcudeys weald the fleet sail first for the ooast ef Syria and thence to tbe gulf of Issas aad CiUcia tHIATTBR XXII Thereon with all formality and in writ- Â¬ OPTTJE FEAST Of CUtOrATRA or THE MELT 1SG OF TBB r BAHU Ol THS BATISCt OF1IAR- ing I craved leave of Cleopatra that I might UAxans asd of Cleopatras tows or be left urging that my health was oven iovz aow so feeble that I oould not gravel But to answer a message was sent to me that I N THE third night must come And so on tbe appointed day I once more was the was carried on a litter down to tbe boat feast prepared in tbe and together with that very soldier who had hall of the great cut me down the Captain Brennus and bouse that had been of his troop who indeed were sent alters set aside to the use to guard me wo rowed aboard the vessel -t5SWEA4JIaU3 ol Cleopatra ami on whore sbe lay at anchor with the rest of tho this night its splendor great fleet For Cleopatra was vuyaging as fjji was greater even than though to war in much pomp and escorted ou ihc nights before oy a Er nity aoet or sup whereof her For the twelve triclinia galluy built like a bouse and lined through ehts that were set out with cedar and silken hangings was the most beautiful and costly that the world Je Tabla werecm- has ever seen But on this vessel 1 went J w t h gold and not Jiadj jtjhorefpre it chanced hatl fcaw those of Cteopatra and An-Cilicia 1 1 Â¬ Thou goest she whis pered tbou goest fast whith er I may not follow O Harmachis bow gladly would I give my life for thine Then at length I opened my eyes and as best I could I spoke Restrain thy grief dear friend I said I live yet and in truth Lfeel as though new life did gather in my breast She gave a little cry of joy and never saw I aught more beautiful than the change that came upon her weeping face It was as when tbe first lights of the day run up the ashen pallor of that sad sky which vails the night from dawn All rosy grew her lovely countenance ber dim eves shone out like stars and a smile of wonderment moresweettban the sudden smile of the sea as its ripples wake to brightness be- Â¬ neath the kiss of the risen moon broke through ber rain of tears Thou livestl sue cried throwing her Â¬ self upon her knees beside my couch Thou li vest and I thought tbee gone Thou art come back to me Oh what say I How foolish is a womans heart Tis this long watebmg Nay sleep and rest thee Harmachis why dost thou talk Not one more word I command thee straightly Oh where is the draught left by that long bearded fool Nay tbou shalt have no draught There sleep Harmachis sleep and she crouched down at mvside and laid her cold band upon my brow murÂ¬ Stern sleep muring And when I woke up there still she was but the lights of dawn were peeping through the casement There still she knelt one hand upon my forehead and her bead in all its disarray of curls resting upon ber Cbarmion outstretched arm I whis- Â¬ pered have I slept Instantly she was wide awake and gaz- Â¬ ing on me with tender eyes Yea tbou bast slept Harmachis Hew long then have I slept Nine hours Asd tbou bast held thy place there at my side for nine long hours V Yea it is naught 1 also have slept I feared to waken tbee if I stirred Go rest tbee I said It shames me to think of this thiu Go rest thee Char mkm Vex not thyself she answered see I will bid a slave watch thee and to wake me if tbou needst aught I sleep there in tbe outer clambcr Peace I go and she strove to rise but so cramped was she fell straightway on tbe floor Scarce can I tell the sensoof shame that filled me when I saw her f alL Alas 1 couki not stir to help ber It is naught she said move not I did but catch my foot There and she rose again to fall a post upon my awkward- Â¬ ness why I must be steeping tis well now I II send tbe slave sud she stag- Â¬ gered thence like one oercome with wine And after that once more I slept for I was very weak When I woke it was af- Â¬ ternoon and I craved for food which Char mkra brought me late Then I die not I said Nay sbe answered with a toss of her head tbou wilt live In truth I did waste my pity on tbee And thy pity did save my Hfe I said wearily for now I remembered It is naught she answered carelessly After all tbou art my cousin also I love nursing tis a womans trade Like euough I bad done as much for any slave Now too that tbe danger is past I leave tbee Better badst thou done to let mo die CharmKMi I said after awhile for life to me can now be naught but one km shame Tell me then when sails Cleopatra for IP 1 not Cleopatra nor Cbarmion tm we landed tt ttS mouth of tho River Oydnus The tlgnal being made tbe fleet set sail and tbe wind being fair on tho evening of the soond day we came to Joppa Thonce wo tailed slowly wiih contrary winds up tho mast of Syria making Cajsarea and Ptol smais and Tyrus nnd Berytus and past Lebanons white brow crowned with bis crest of cedars on to Heraclea md across tho Gulf of Issus to tho mouth nd evor as we journeyed if Cydnus the strong breathof the sea brought hack my health till ut length save for a line of white upon my head where tho sword hod And fallen was I almost as I had been ano night as wo drew near Cydnus while on the renmis and I sat alone together deck hi eye fell upon the white mark his sword bad made and he sworo a groat oath by his heathen gods An tbou hodst died lad methinks I could he said never again hovo held up my head Ah that was a coward stroke and shamed am I to think that I should have struck it and tbou on tho ground nod with thy back to me Knoweet thou that when tbou didst Ihj twixt life and death overy day I came to ask tidings of thee and I sworo by Taranis that if tbou didst die Id turn my back upon that soft palace lifo and then away for the North Nay trouble not Brennns I answered it was thy duty Mayhap but there are duties that a brave man should not do -- nay not at the bidding of noy Queen who ever ruled in Egypt Thy blow bad dazed mo or I had not struck What is it ladl- - art in trouble with this Queen of ours Why art th u dragged a prisoner upon this pleasure party Knowest thou that we aro strictly charged that if thou dost escape our lives shall pay tho price Ay in sore trouble friend I an- Â¬ swered ask me no more Then being of tbe age thou art theres a woman in it that swear I and per- Â¬ chance though I am rough and foolish I might make a guess Look tbou lad what sayestthou lam a weary of the service of Cleopatra and this hot land of deserts and of luxury that sap a mans strength aad drain his pocket and so are others whom I wot of What sayest thou lets take one of these unwieldy vessels and away to the North Ill lead theo to a better land than Egypt a land of lake and mountain and great lorests of sweet scented pine ay and find thee a girl fit to mate with mine own niece a strong girl and tall with wide blue eyes and long fair hair and arms that would crack thy ribs wore she to hug thee Come what sayest tbou Put away the past and away for the bonny North and be a son to me For a moment I thought and then sadly shook my head for though sorely was I tempted to be gone I knew that in Egypt lay my fate and my fate I might not fly Brennus I answered It may not be Fain would I that it might be but I am bound by a chain of destiny which I can not break and in the land of Bgypt I must live and die As thou wilt lad said tho oJd warrior Dearly should 1 have loved to marry thee among my people and make a son of thee At tbe least remember that whilo I am here tbou hast Brennus for a friend And one thing more beware of that beauteous Queen of thine for by Taranis perchanco an hour may come when she will hold that thou knowest too much and then nnd he drew his hand across his throat And now good night a cip of wine then to sleep for to morrow the foolery Jf re tereral Uittfhs ef the steonA rnU of jtaf nmu are bo brtikena tube iwlrtipkcrabe Tkcy r cm to h ire been AttcrlptioeHf dmpatratt voyage vp the Cylm a to tke city of Tantu And llic writing continues lo those who oouid take joy in such things tbe sight must indeed have been a gallant one For the stern of our galley was covered with sheets of beaten gold tho sails were of the scar- Â¬ let of Tyre and the oars of silver dipped in the water to the measure of music And there in the center of the vessel beneath an awning ablaze with gold embroidery lay Cleopatra attired as tbe Roman Venus and surely Venus was aot more fair in a thin robeof whitest silk bound in beneath her breast with a golden girdie delicately graven oer with scenes of lovo All about her were little rosy boys chosen for their beauty and clad ia naught save downy wings strapped upon their shoulders awl on their backs Cupids bow and quiver who fanned her with fans of plumes And upon the vessels decks handling the cord age that was of silken web nnd softly slag lorr to tbe sound of harps and tbe beat of oars stood no rough sailors but women lovely to behold some clad as Graces and some as Nereids -- that is scarce clad at all save in their scented hair And behind tho couch withdrawn sword stood Bren- Â¬ nus in splendid armor and winged helm of gold and by him others I among tbem in robes richly worked aad knew that 1 was indeed a slave On tho high poop also burned golden censen filled with the costliest incense whereof tho f ra grant steam hung in little clouds about our wake Thus as in a dream of luxury followed by mansbips we glided on tmvard the wooded sloocs of Taurus at whoso foot lay Â¬ Â¬ Tho tony were of geld set with jewels dishes also were all of gold set with jewels tho walls were hung with purple cloths sewn with gold and on tho floor were strewn fresh roses anklo deep covered with a net of gold that ns the slaves trod th m sent up their perfume Once again was I bid to stand with Charmlon and Iras and Merira behind tho conch of Cloopatra and like a slave from timo to time call out the hours as they flew And thero being no help wTSd at heartrl went but this I swore- - it should be for tho last time for I could not bear that shame For though I would not yet boliovo wha Charmlon told me that Cleopatra was about to becocii the lovo of Antony yet could I no more en dure this ignominy and torture For from Cloopatra nciy I had no words savo such words as a Queen speaks to Iter slave and methinks it gave bar dark heart pleasure to torment me Thus it camo to pass that I the Pharaoh crowned of Khem stood among eunuchs and waiting women behind the couch of Egypts Queen whilo tho feast went merrily and tho wine cup jiassed And over Antony sat Lis eyes fixed upon tho foco of Cleopatra who from timo to timo let ber deep glance loso itself in his and then for n Ilttlo while their talk died away For he told her talcs of war and deeds that he bail done ay and love jests such as aro hut tnejt for tho oars of women But at naughttook she offense rather falling into his humor would she cap his stories with others of a finer wit but not less shameless At length the rich meal being finished Antony jaxed at tbe splendor round him ho Toll me then most lovely Licypt said arc tho sands of NVe compact of gold that thou canst night by nigH thus squan deftho ransom of a King upoa a single feast Whence comes this uutoid weHh I bethought me of lao tomb of the divine llenka ra whose holy treasure was thus wickedly wasted and looked up so that Cleopatras eyes caught mine but reading my thoughts sho frowned heavily Why noble Antony she said surely it is naught In Egypt wc havo our secrets and know whence to conjure rfaiiies at our need Say what is tbe value of this golden service and of the meats and drinks that have been set before us Maybe a thousand sostertia Thou hast understated it by half nohlo Antony But such as it is 1 givo it theo and thoso with thee as a free token of my And more will I show thee friendship now I myself wid cut and drink tec thou- Â¬ sand sostertia ut a draught That can not be foirEgypt She laughed and bad a slave bring her viogar in a gass When it was brought she set it before her and laughed again while Antony rising from his couch drew near and sat himself at her side and all the company leant forward to see what she would do And this she did From her cars she took ono of those great pearls which lost of all had been drawn from tho body of tho divine Pharaoh and before any could guess her purpose let it fall into the viuc gar Then camo silence tho silence of won- Â¬ der and sowly the peerless pearl melted in the acid When it waa melted sho took the glass and shook it then drank the vinegar Moro vinegar slave P she cried my meal is but half finished and she drew forth the second pearl By Bacchus nol thou shalt not cried Antony snatching at her hinds I have seen enough And at that moment moved thereto by I know not what I culled aloud The hour falls -- the hour of the comlwj uj the curse of Mruka raP An ashy whiteness grew upon Cleopatras face and furiously sho turned upon me while all tho company gazed wondering not knowing what the words might mean she cried Thou ill omened slave Speak thus once moro and tbou shalt be scourged with rods ay scourged like an evil doer that 1 promise thee Harmachis What means the knavo of an astrologer asked Antony Speak sirrah and mako clear thy meaning for those who deal in curses must warrant their wares I am a servant of the Gods noble An- Â¬ tony That which the Gods put in my mind that must I say nor can I read their mean ing I answered humbly Oh oh thou servesttho Gods dost thou thou many colored wystervl This he said having reference to my splomlid robes Well I servo the Goddesses which is a softer cult And theres this between us that though what they put in inymiud I say neither can I road their meaning and ho glanced at Cleopatra as ono who questions Let tbe knave be she said impatiently to morrow well he rid of him Sirrah bo gonel I bowed nnd went and as I went I heard Antony say Well a knavo Ihj may be for that all men arc but this for thy astrologer he hath a royal air and the oye of aking ay Â¬ tothelastdiop not Loomu niy u ii s io nf pr to tho end of tho place ani lookd steadfastly nt the wall tu u crept bick a id vrmpermg laenc led me f ivu d vi i her Then 1 the wail sawthattucie were which pierced It nnd win h Idon on ho Sc in stone I farther sde by ci viil woi looked through t n hoo tha was ii front of me and ih 1 1 s rv S x t juiW below was the level of thn flir of another chamber lit with fragrant lamps and most richly furnished It was the sleeping plaroef Clecpatr i and tuure within ten cubits of where wo stood sat Clcopat a on a gilded ouch aad by ljr si hs it Alton v Tell ip Cofintrt murmured for r was this place built that every word spokea in the room below came to tho carsof tho listener abovo tell me noble Antony wast pleased with my poor festival Ay he answered In his deep soldlors voice ay Egypt I have made feasts and been bidden to feasts but never saw I aught like thino and this I tell thee though I nin rough of tongue and unskilled in pretty sayinvs such as women lovotnou wast the rich t sight of all that splendid board The rod wine was not so roil as thy beauteous check tho roses smelt net so sweet as the odor of thy hair and no sapphire there with its changing light was so lovely as tby oyes of ocean blue What I praise from Antony Sweet word3 from tho lips of hira whose writings aro so harsh Why tis praise indeed twas a royal feast Ay he went on though I grieved that thou didst waste that great pearl and what meant that hour calling astrologer of thine with his ill omened talk of thoourseof Menta ra A shadow lied across her glowing face I know not ha was lately wounded in a brawl and methinks the blow has crazed him He seemed not crazed and there was that about his voici which doth ring in my So wildly Curs like some oracle of fate ton 3 looked upon tnee Eypt with thoso pieroiox eves of his like enc who loved and yot bated through the love Tis a stt ange man I tell thee noble Antony and a learned Myself at times I almost fear him for deeply is t o versed in tho ancient arts of Egypt Knowest thou that tho man is of royal blood and once he plotted to slay me But I won him over and slew him not for he had tho key to secrets that I fain would learn tnd indeed I lovo his wisdom and to listen to his deep talk of all hidden things By Bacchus but I grow jealous of tha knave And now Egypt I And now I have sucked his knowledge dry and have no more cause to fear him Didst thou not see that theso three nights I have made him stand a slave amid my slaves and call aloud the hours as they fled in festival No captivo kiogmarching in thy Roman triumphs can have suffered keener pangs thau that proud Esyptian Prince as he stood and shamed behind my couch Here Cbarmion laid her hand on mine and pressed it as though iu tenderness Weil ho shad troublo us no more with his words of evil omen Cloopatra went on slowly to morrow morn ho dies dies swiftly and in secret leaving no trace of what his fate hath been On this is my mind fixed of a truth noble Antony it is fixed Even as I speak the fear of this man grows aud gathers ia my breast Half am I minded to give the word even now for till ho be dead I breathe not freely and sho made as though to rise Let it be till morning ho said catching her by the baud the soldiers drink aud the deed will be ill done Tis pity too I love not to think of men slaughtered in their sleep In the morning perchance may the hawk have flown sho answered pondering He hah been cars this Harmaenls and can summon things that are not of the earth to aid him Percbauce even now he heirs me in the spirit for of a truth 1 seem to feci bis presence breathing round me I could tell thee but no let him be Noblo Antony bo my tiring woman and loose me this crown of goljl it chafes my brow Be gentle hurt mo not so He lifted the uncus crown from her brows and she shook loose her heavy weight of liair that fell about her like Kraiai3ggg OR some whilo With bowed head cehos n FSHB fr g iissaHsyry S S fmsffi -H w Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Without the door I paused not knowing what to do for I was bewikleed with mis cry and as 1 stood some one touched mo on tho hand I gancod up it was Cbar mion who in the confusion or the rising of tho guests had slipped away and fol Â¬ audwitinit lowed me 1 that ancient city Tarshish Andaswecamo the people gathered on the banks and ran before us shouting Venus is risen from side Follow me For in trouble Cbarmion was over atmv I asked at length she said Fear not wo ladies of Cleopatras Court have small good fame to lose It any one by chance should see us theyll think that lis a love tryst and such are ail the fashion I followed and pescntly skirting the crowd wo came unseen to a litllo side en- Â¬ trance that led to a stair up which wo passed The stair ended in a passsge we turned down it till we found a door on the left hand Silently Charinion entered and I followed her into a dark chamber Being In she barred the door and kindling tinder to a flame lit a hanging lamp As the light grew strong I gazed around The chamber was not large and had but one casement closely shuttered For the rest it was sim- Â¬ Whither go we Inotl sbe whbporcd thou artin danger I turned and followed her Why should To my chamber beu beiore me Knowest tbou what I hoard Cleopatra say as thou didst leave the banqueting ball sho asked presently Nay I know not Sho gazed after thee and as I went over to her to do some service sbe murBy SerapU I will make mured to herself an end No longer will I wait to morrow be shall bo strangled So I said it may be though after rJl that has been scarco can I beliovo that she will murder me Why oanst thou not beliovo it O thou most foolish of Dion 1 Dost forget kw nigh tbou was to death thero in the Alabaster Hall Who saved thee then from the knives of the eunuchs Was it Cleopatra Or was it I and Brennus Stay I will tell thee Thou canst not yet belie volt becauso in thy folly thou dost not think It possible that the woman who has but lately boon as a wifo to thoo can now in so short a time doom theo to be basely done to death Nay answer not I know nil and this I toll theo thou hzt not measured the depth of Cleopatras perfidy nor canst thou dream tho blackuess of hor wickeil heart She hod surely slam tbee in Alexandria had sho not feared that thy slaughter bfling noised abroad might bring trouble to her There fore has she brought thee hero to hill theo- soorotlv Forwlmt moro canst thou giv herl she has thy hearts love and is wearied of thy strength and bounty She has robbed theo of thy Royal birthright and brought thee a King to stand amidst ber waiting women behind her ia her feasts sho has won from theo tho great secret of tho holy treasure Ah thou knewestthatr Yea I know ail and to night tbou seest how the we tlth stored against tho need of Khem is being squandered 10 fill up the wanton luxury of Kbems Macedonian Queen Thou seest how she hiih Kept her oath towed thoo lionorahly Harmachis at length thino eye aro epmHo the truth Ay I see too wcl sh sworo sho loved me and fool that I wa I dl J bukovo hor Â¬ chests for garments an ancient chair what I took to be n tiring table whereon were combs perfumes and all the frippery that pertains to woman aud a whito bed with a broidered coverlid over winch was bung a gnat gauze Be seated Harmachis she said pointing to the chair I took the chair and Cbarmion throwing back tho gnat gauze sat herself upon the Â¬ ply furnished having whito walls some iislfU jgMK JMZtl Â¬ -- hit JxjbKs bs low mo She blesr out tho limp and by the little b thi sh iltirtsl cao m out led in - Uv ie hod to t ho far corner of the rooai Here lio pro upon tbo wall aud a Jo jr op ied m its thickness Wo entered ail sho closed tuo gprins Now we were in a lit lo lainber nonie fivo cubits jo l nra I i ar ia for a faint light struggled ina tho closet and also ths sound of voices whenca I know lightti-rtcrCjitthro- Shoswore sbe lived IkoeP answered nfUus her dark eyes bow trill lsbow thee ltow Hhe dole love tbca Koow ost tboa want vm this house It waa a prtests ooJlogo ami as thou wettest Har macbls priests hav their ways This little chamber aforotl no w s tho cbaaiVrcr the Head Priosu nnd the chamSor that Is beyond nnd below was the g ttiettag room of the other priests AUthU the old slave who keeps the place told rao aud also sbe revealed what I shad show Ibec Now Harmachis bo silent as tho dead and folCharmkHi Â¬ wj Take thy crown Royal Egypt he said speaking low take it from my band I will not rob theo of it but rather setit more firmly ou that beauteous brow What means my Lord sho asked smiling and looking into his eyes What moan I Why then this hither thou earnest at my bidding to make answer to the charges laid against tbee as to matters politic And knowest tbou Egypt that hadst thou been other than tbou art thou liadstnot gono bavK to Queen it on tbe Nile for of this I am sure the charges against thee are true in fact Butbeiug wtiat thou art and look thou never dlu Nature serve a woman better I forgive thee alL Een for the sake of thy grace and beauty I forgivo thee that which hath not bcoo forgiven to virtue or to patriot ism or to tho dignity of age See now how good a thing is womans wit and loveliness that can mako Kings forget their duty and cozen con blindfolded Justice to peep ere she lifts her sword Take back thy crown O Egypt my care now it is that though it be heavy it shall not chafe thee Royal words are those most noble Antony she made ansner gracious and generous words such as befit the Con querorof the world And touching my misdeeds in the past if mUueeds thero have been thjs I say and this alone then J knew not Antony For knowing Antony who could sin against htii What woman could lift a sword against ono who must be to all women as a God ono who seen ami known draws after him tho whole allegiance of the heart as tho sun draws flowers And what moro can I say and not cross tlie bounds of womans modesty Why only this - set that crown upon my brow great Antony and I will take It as a gift from theo by the giving made doubly dear and to thy uses will I guard it Thoro now am I thy vassal Queen and through mc all old Etjypt that I rule doth homage unto Antony tho Triumvir who shall be Antony the Emperor and Khems Imperial Lord And he having set tho crown upon her locks stood gazing on her grown passionate iu the warm breathof nor living beauty till at length he caught her by both hands and drawing her to him kissed her thrice saying Cleopatra I lovo thee Sweet I love theo as neor 1 loved bolorc She drew back from his embrace smiling softly and as she did so tho golden circlet of the sacred snakes fell being but loosely set upon her brow nnd rolled away into the darkness beyond the ring of light Even in tho bitter anguish of my heart I saw tbe omen nnd knew its evil import Bat those twain took no note Thou lovtst me sho said most sweetly how know I that thou lovest me Per- Â¬ cbauce tis Fuivta whom thou lovest Ful via thy wedded wife Nay tis not Fulvia ti3 thee Cleopatra and thee alone Many women havo looked favorably upon mo from my boyhood up but to never a ono havo I known such desire as to thee O thou Wonder of the World like uuto whom no woman over was Canst thou lovo me Cleopatra and to me be true not for my place aud power not for that which I cuu givo or can with- Â¬ hold not for the stern music of my legions tramp or for the light that flows from my bright star of fortune hut for mysolf for tho sake of Antony tho rough captain grown old iu campsi Ay for tho sake of Antony tho reveler tho Xrull tho unfixed of purpose but who never yet did desert a friend or rob a poor man or take an enemy unawares Say canst thou lovo me Egypt for if tbou canst why I am more happy than though to night I sat crowned iu tho Capitol at Rome absolute Monarch of tho World And ever as he spoko sho gazed en him with wonderful eyes and in them shone a light of truth and honesty suolt as was strangB to mc Thou spettkest plainly sho said and sweet nre thy words unto mine cars swoet would thev be oven were things otherwise than thoy arc for what woman would not lovu to seo tho worlds master at ber feet But thiuga being sis thoy are why Antony what can bo so sweet as thy sweet words The smooth harbor of his rest to the storm tossed manner surely that is sweet Tae dream of heavens bliss eoeors the poor ascetic priest ou his path of sacrifice surely that Is sweet lbe sight of Da urn the rov fingered coming in his promise to glad the watching Earth surely that U sweet But ah I not one of these nor alt dear delightful things that are cm match the boiey sweeUies3 of thy words to me O Aatoay I For thou knowest not never oust thou Traew bow drear hat been my Ufa and otnpty since thus it is ordained thit In love only can waroun loso her solitude ami I havo never loved ncrer re got I love ail this bapny night A v t Vo me ia thy arms and let us swear a love an oath that may not bo broken wbio life isle us Behold Antony now and for ever do I vow most strict fidelity unto tbeel Now and forever ami thine and Uilue alonef Then Cbarmion too mo by the hand and drew me thence Hast seca enough she asked when once more we woro within the chamber and tho lamp was lit Yea my eyes are I answered opened Â¬ 1 Â¬ garment perchance my hope of Could thero Heaven I I I be another man in tho wide world so stccpsd in sorrow as I was that Surely not one unerc snouia x night turn What could I do And even through tho tempest of my torn heart tho bitter voice of jealousy called aloud For I loved this woman to whom I had pven all and jhe att is moment sho was Ah 1 could not bear lo think of it and in my utter igony my heart burst forth in a river of toars such as are terriblo to weep Then Charmlon drew near to me and I law that she too was wocping sho sobbed Weep not Harmachis kneeling at my side lean not endure to joctheeweep Oh why wouldst thou not be warned Then bast thou boen great and nappy and not so now Listen Harmachis Thou didst hear what that f also and tigerish woman said to morrow sho hands theo aver to tho murderers ItlswelVIg sped Nay it Is not well Harmachis give her aot this last triumph over thee Thou hast iost ail save lifo but whili life remains hopo remains ako and with hope the chance if vengeance sail starting from ray scat I Ah had not thcugit of that Ay the chanco of vengeance It would bo sweet to bo ivcnged It would be swcot Harmachis and yet mis Vengeance is an arrow that In falling aft pierces him who shot it Myself I But a truce to know it and she sighod talk and grief Timo wHl there bo for us twain to grieve if not to talk In all the heavy coming years Thou must fly be-Â¬ fore the dawuing or the light must thou fly Hero Is a plan To morrow ere the dawn a galley that but yesterday came from Alexandria bearing fruit and stores sails thither onee again whereof the Captain is known to me but to theo he Li not known Now I will find thee tho garb of a Syrios merchant nnd ckmk theo as I know how and furnish tice with a loiter to tho Cap-Â¬ tain of t ho galley He shall givo thoe pass ago to Alexandria for to him thou wilt seem but as r merchant going on the busi- Â¬ ness of tay trade Tis Brennus who is Captain of tho Guard to night and Brennus is afiiend tome and tbee Perchance ho will guess somewhat or perchance ho will not guess at the least the Syrian merchant shall safely pass tho linos What saypst tbou It Is woll I answered wearily little do I reck the issue Rest thou then here Harmachis while I make these matters ready and Harma- Â¬ chis grieve not overmuch thero are others who should griovo more heavily than thou And she went leaving me alone with raise agony tnat rent me tiko a torture-hod Methinks had it not been for that fierce desk e of vengeance which from time to time flashed across my tormented mind as the quick lightning oer a midnight sea my reason had left me in that dark hour At length I hoard her footstep at the door and sho entered breathing heav- Â¬ ily for in hor arms sbe bore a sack of cloth Â¬ ing All is well she said here is the garb with spare linen and writing tablets and ail things nceiliuh I have seen Breunus also and told him that a Syrian merchant would pass the guard an hour before the lawn AhI though he made protease of sloep motbinks he understood for he an Â¬ swered yawning that if they bat h id the pas word Antony fifty Syrian merchants night fo through about their lawful busi ness And hero is the letter to tbo Cap in tbou canst not mLtoke the galley lorshcis moored ntong- the right a small TUr r pointed black as thou dost cuter on he great qua- - and moreover the sailors HaVo ready fur sailing Now will I wait iere without while thou dost pctod the ivery of thy service and array tliysef When she was gone 1 tore off my gor oii8 garnieituandsputupon thcmamLtrod hem on llto ground Then I put on the nodest robeof a merchautand bound round mc tho tables on my feet the Faadsh f utiUarcd bde and at my waist this knife Then it was d Be Charmien entered once j auaasd looked oa mc s Too ranch art thou still tbe Royal she See it must be and mo losfc uuusracss ui sliaino sank into my sow This then was For this I tho end had betrayed myoaths for this I had told the secret of the Pyramid for this I had lost my Crown my honor and this therein I sat 1 gasped aad sat silent and gazing sadly ASTHMA Causes of iJiO VJs52awi Ztr 1 When she understood how great was the plot aad how deep its roots Cleo- Â¬ patra was much troubled and at first she would have fled to Sah or token ship and run for Cyprus but 1 showed hor that tha ways were barred Then sho said that she would cause theo to bo slain there Ifl tho for chamber and I left her so believing atthat hour fain was I that thou shouldst bo slain ay even if I wept out my heart upon thv rrravo But what said I anon ven geance Is an arrow that oft falls on him who looses it So was it with me for be Â¬ tween my going and thy coming she hatched a deoper plan She feared that to slay theo would but bo to light a fiercer fire of revolt but she saw that to bind thee to her and having left men awhile In doubt to show theo faithless would strike tho imminent danger ct Its roots and wiuor it This plot once formed being great she dared its doubtful Issue and need I go on Thou knowest Harmachis how she won and thus did the shaft of vengeance that I loosed fall upon my own head For on tho morrow I knew that I hod sinned for naught that on the wretched Pauhis had been hud the burden of my betrayal and that I had but ruined tho cause whereto I was sworn and given tho man I loved to the arms of wanton Sho bowed ber head awhile and then a spake not once more west ou Let all my sin be told Harmachis and then let justice come See how this thing happened naif did Cleopatra learn to love thee aud deep in her heart she bethought her of taking thee to wedded husband For the sake of this halt love cf hers she spared tbo lives of those in the plot wbom she had meshed bethinking her that if she wedded thee she might use them and tbee to draw tbe heart of Egypt which loves not hor nor any Ptolemy And then once again she entrapped thee and in thy folly thou didst be-Â¬ tray to her the secret of tho hidden wealth of Eiypt that to day she squanders to de- Â¬ light the luxurious Antony and of a truth at that time she purposed to make good her oath and marry thee But on the very morn when Dellius came for answer she sent for mc and telling me all for my wit above any she hold3 at price demanded of me my judgment whether she should defy An- Â¬ tony and wed tbee or whether she should put the thought away and come to Antony And I now mark thou all my sin I I In my bitter jealousy rather than I would seo her thy wedded wifo and tbou her loving strictly counseled lord her most that she should come to Antony well knowing for I had had speech that if she came this with Dellius weak Antony would fail like a ripe fruit at her feet as indeed he has fallen And to night have I shown th--- the issue of the scheme Antony loves Cleopatra and Cleo-Â¬ patra loves Antony and thou art robbed and matters have gone well for me who of all women on tho earth to night am the wrotchedest by far For when I saw how thy heart broke but now my heart seemed to break with thine and no longer could I bear the burden of my ovil deeds but knew that I must tell them and take my punish- Â¬ ment And no more have I to say save that I thank thee for thy courtesy in hearkening and this one thing I odd Driven by my great love I have siaoed against thee unto death I have ruined thee I have ruined Khem and myself also have I ruined Let death reward met Slay theu me Harmachis Gladly will die upon thy sword ay and kiss its blade Slay tbou me and go for if tbou slayest me not myself will I surely slay I And she threw herself upon her knees lifting her fair breast toward me that I might smite her with my dagger And in my bitter fury minded was I to strike for above all I thought bow when I was fallen this woman who herself was my cause of shame had scourged me with her scorn But hard it is to slay a fair woman and even as I lifted my hand to strike I remembered that new twice had she saved my life Woman thru shameless woman saU arise Isby thee aot Who am I that I should judge thy crime that with mine own do overtop all earthly judg 1 Â¬ e Â¬ at me she went oa Dleai IteuicMea Treatment ca 1 Egypt special causes As a rale those who are subjeet h diseute have inherited a prcdipposn r r coptiWdty toitrbut the attacks w the form tbey take mm each a s causa Such causes are aaay Among them are a morbid rondu a the nasal membraaes bronchitis a r toon ookl atmospherM chances ii t various kinds oniannUoas froai feat u from tbo bodies of saimais the p plants bay asthma indigestion cu tkm mental eawtwa The severest paroxysm is sever la the patient is sot afieeted by other u er weakness Yet it tends to lower t tality aad may thus give rise to fat j -- This is a paraxasaal abstraction smaller bronchial Wees eaasea by a of tbo muscular eoat The attack r sudden orjt may be two ar throe l 3 coming on the patient being aware 5 approach by peculiar seawatioas The paroxysms differ ia event r F -when they are sal they eaaee ni i fering when severe they are iig both to the patient asd to his fnenus 1 may continue a few hears onlr er f several days Coughing aad commas ex pectoratioa come on toward the end I tl 2 paroxysm and its terminal ion is f by a peculiarly sweet asa refreshings The intervals between the attacks C -in duration ia different persons Out v each person there is ia Leoeral mm r ularity Irregularity resorts mainl f E -- i i - case PI with care to recover When the disposing eaase is iu a dive development of tbe frame and I tbe system should be invigorated I propriatc exercise eoM bathing and air In every case the exerting cause bo ascertained and rcsBOved Tie s should always be light The stomae b never be evertaailed The bowels i kept in order Bronchitis should t The nasal passages sheaM be looked a A simple Change of ctbjtate is often effective In some forms ef asthua closest aad smokiest eiues and tu r worst parts of these laraish the m 5 L According to Dr Williams of Kr children under fifteen with well f chests whose attacks lead to dimin i frequ ncy and Intensity aad whesc are free in the intervals Bay be ex -- -- lief Remedies for tbe relief ef attacks r vary largely with tbe individual Tn will determine tbe kied seeded bur s their use a pbysicaa should always h suited Youth3 CeeapaBioe AN j AMUSING INCIDENT Jonittlinn JIjcer First Trip 011 a Steeper I see some queer things while k around tbe country said a travehu c to a Chicago Herald reporter and ct tho funniest circumstances that I can r happened last Friday night Iwasi r up tho Milwaukee road a few h miles and when I left Sieax City tl- fellow passengers were as aid man a wife who occupied the lower secti mi 3 from me They bad their berth ru early and soon retired I guess it v first time they bod ever traveled on a er by tho way they acted for thi y r pretty awkward abont uadressini I heard the okl lady lecture her husba not getting a larger room Aft r -mutual grumbling all wag quiet anZ air anil Sirs came Har-u-uhi- - scissors from her tiring and biduiag mo to be scat J she cut my locrs tpjwig t be har cose to the J cad Nett she found saiiuof such sort s jmco use to make il rk the eyes aad aired Ur m irminy rHhbag the stuff oa my f tco ami h uvta and oh tue wita mark WiMetiBj cword of Brcnuou had 1 my iW 1 1 hanlibo lock Thcu kc tuou shn said thou wilt have need of money 1 can tint taUe thy gold Churmion Yea take it It Was Sc3t who gave it to me for toe I irtberattce of our cause aad therefore tis fitting- that thou shouldst spend it Horeoier if I want it doubtless Antony who i henccfnrih my master will give ai mime ho is much behoklcn to mc an this well ho knows There waste sot he precious tno in haggling oer the pelf lot yet art thou all a merchant Har- Â¬ machis and Without more- words she ihrusttbe pieces into the leather bag that hung ncross my shoulders Then she made fas th ric cnlainins the spare gar- Â¬ ments and so womanly thoughtful was she hid therein an alabaster jar of pigment wherewith I might stnin my countcnanco afresh and taking the broidered robes of mine office that I had cast or hid them in tho secret passage And so at last all was made rcadv Is it time that 1 should go I asked Not yet awhile Be patient Harmachis for but ono little hour mora must thou en- Â¬ dure my presence and then perchanco - Nov art tbu changed somewhat for the nnrse Hirm chs she said with a Jrca y kirh scarce myself should I know tbee Stay there is one more thing and to a c wrt of garments she drew Ihcm c a heavy Ut z of god- - bttc 1 tA t tr iklllO 7ka to tlV farewell forever I made a gesture signifying that this was no hour for sharp words Forgive mo my quick tongue sho said tht geatoaof liuii THB CHAUKKWC 4S Or OftAKUI OrWTBItW Off CAKgACHP OT i ARD AaSWEtt Royal rivals gift Then oh thou knowest m my pain I betrayed tho Eecrot that thou wouldst not see and thou didst make a mock of me Harmachis I Oh tho sharao of It thou in thy foolishness didst make a mook of mo I wont thence and within mo were rising all tho torments which can tear a womans heart for now 1 was sure that thou didst love Cleopatra I Ay aud so mod was J oven that nisht was I minded to betray theo bat I thought not yet not yet to narrow lie may soften Then came the morrow and all was ready for l ho bursting of the great plot that should make thee Pharaoh And I too anno theu dest remember and again thoa didst pot ma away wfcau I spake to thee in paraÂ¬ bles ns aoEiotblnB of Ilttlo worth as a thing too smell to oloim a raomentfs weighty thought And knowing that this was be Â¬ causethough knewest it not tbou didst lovo Cleopatra whom now thcu must straightway slay I grew mad and a wicked spirit catered iito me possessing me utÂ¬ terly so that no longer was I utyweif And because thou hadst scorned tno this to my overlasiinr shame and sorrow I did I I passed fntu Cleopatras prcsenca and bs trayod thee and those with titce aud all our holy oaaso saying batlhad founda writ but from a salt spring- - do bitter waters wclL Be seated Harmachis I have heavier words to f peil to thoo before thou goest Say on I answered words howover heavy can move mo no more Sho stood before mo with folded hands and tho lamp li ht shone upon her beaute- Â¬ ous face Idly I noticed how great was Its pallor and how wido and dark wore the rings about tho deep black eyes Twice sho lifted her white foco and strove to speak twice her voice failed her and when at lost it came twas in a hoarse whsper I can not lattice go sho said I can not let thee go unwitting of thi truth twas J vlxj did betray thceT Hamadi 1 sprang to my foct en oath upon my lips but she caught mo by the hand Ob bo seated sho said be seated nnd hear mo then when thou hast heard do unto mo aa thnu wilt Listen from that evil momont when in tho rrosonca of thy undo Hcpa for tho second time I set eyes upon thy faro I loved theo how m uah ilttlo canst thou guess I Think upon thine own lovo for Cleopatra and doublo it nnd doublo it again and parohancc thou mayst come near to my loves mighty sum I loved thee duy by day I loved theo more till in theo and for theo alone I seemed ta live But thou trust cold thou wast worso than cold thou didst deal wita mo not as a breathing woman but rather as tho instru Â¬ ment to an end as n tool wherewith to grave thy fortunes And then I saw yea long before thyself thou knewest it thy hearts tide was setting strong towards that ruinous thoro whereÂ¬ on to day thy lifo is broken And at last came that night that dreadful night when hid within tho cham- Â¬ ber I saw theo cast my kerchief to tho winds and with street words cherish my pounds Ho removed his shoes aiK climbing into the buak when tho o d woko up and began screamincr i aroused her husband aad he yelled f -porter who came ranniag down the Say theres a wn just cotue room tho old genUoawn gasped on ment Slay mc Harmachis- - she moaned slay porter tried to expiaJa that hew me or I slay myself My burden is too groat annoy thorn aad hod a right to be forme to bear Be not so deadly calm Bat neither would beUeve this and tf man declared that the porter had Curse roe and slay What was it that theu didst say to me In to rob them Ho was also inu g anon Cbarraion that as I had sows sc think any one should be a lowed must I reap I It is sot lawful that thoo same compartment as his wife and 1 shouldst slay thyself it is set lawful that ho and the oki lady pet ap and di and insisted on the porter rcnunn r I thine equal la sin should slay thee be- bedding from their berth se theyc I cause through thee I sinned As thon hast sewn CbsrmioBso amst thnu also reap the seat3 peeped throutrn the eat tains and I Base woman I whose cruel jealousy hath brought all these woes on me and Egypt them both sitting there seddin but r few minutes they weald sodden y r live live oa and from year toyear pluck the bitter fruit of crime Haunted be thy ber an sit bolt apright I pitied v e t sleep by visions of thy outraged Gods delisdVd couple aad realty the si whose vengeance awaits thee and me in was not Uckiag in pnlhos for th r w their dim Amen i Haanted bothy days by thorough y m earnest When 1 gn ff train early next zaorajas tbey wen 5 memories of that man whom thy fierce liv did bring to run and by the sight of Kbcm sitting there bat bet were sound a prey to the insatiate Cleopatra aad a slav the old genlleBwa wtth Ms arms urnu I wifes waist aad her head tallowed eu 3 to Roman Antony Oh speak not thus Harmachis More shoulder sharp a e thy words than any sword aae LITERARY EPIDEMICS more surely if mare slowly shall thev slay I Listen Harmachis and she grasped That Is What Dr Talmo Tails tt Crazn far Ovrtnta Strles of Head nc my robe when tbmt wast great and all power lay wthi n thy grasp th u didst re No man was ever so good that he c 1 jeetmc Wilt reject me now that Cleopatra afford to read a bad book No woman hath cast thee froia Iter- - sow that thou art ever so constructed that she coud ffe rJ poor and shamed and with bo pillow to thy read a silly book Ia year seectr a head Slila n I fair and stU I worship books take only small doses of loves tbee Let me Ry with tbee and make atone The majority of Bevels ia our time -- 3 ment by my lfe Ion r kvc Or if tbia be made to set forth desperate lovo s ra 3 too rreat a thi-i- - to ask let me be bat as thy It 13 well enough for a man to read iS -- t w tcr and thy servant thy very slave sr of this literature to keep him from be that I may still look upon thy face and share awkward when be Wmseif becomes a par -t hy trouble and minister to tbee O Hanca to somo affair of the heart But muca redchis let me but come aud I will brave all ing of love stories makes eae soft ins things aed en lure alltHngs and naught but absent minded aud useless Tbeprobal 7 Death himself slail snear mo from thv side is that when your affections a For I do believe that tho Iovothatsank me captured they wM art be capture J to so low a depth dragging thee can yet according to cheap novels ThIady v I not burst into-- tear aor faint c r lift mo to an equal height and thee with me will the parent oppose you so that v u Wouldst tempt me to fresh sin woman And dost thou think Cbarmion that In will have to place a long ladder to tho window at midnight Excessive r il some hovel where 1 must hide Ieould bear day by day to look upon thy fair face and ing of lovo stories will make you a foo L seeing remember that those lips betrayed fore you know Neither must we reil a me Not thus easily shalt thou atone l This book merely because some one else iihe1 2 even now I know Many and heavy shall Do net waste your time oa Shakes pear if uuiuyioneiy cys or penance I Perchance you have no love for poetry or the dra 33 that hour of Vfgeanco may yet come and merely because se many like Shakespca perchanco thou shaUlivo to play thy part in nor pass a long time with Str Wuliom Ham it In tho Court of Cleopatra must thou ilton when metaphysics are repuisir t3 still abide and whilo thoa art there if yetl you though yoar literary friends c a live I will from time to tamo find mcana to raptures with the great rteaded Scotch give theo tidings Perchanco a day may When you read a bootc by the page c- dawn when onco more I shall need thy lew minutes loosing ahead to see how rn ry service Now swear that in this event chapters you have to aeish before you w bo through you had better stop that be thou wilt not fal mo a second time I swear Harmachis I swear May and take something else There is n r everlasting torments too hideous to bo son in your dousing year plate with dreamed more hideous even by far than becauso your friends are especially f rJ cf those that wring me now be my portion if tho sour or of spreadfag your hrai I fall theo in ono jot or tittle ay even with homy because yoar boat has a tas 3 for the saccharine There comes ever a I though I wait a lifetime for thy word anonafajhkm for certain styles of Tis woll seo that thou keep the oath Bo not overborne by the pressure not twico may we betray I go to work out my fate abide theu to work out thino Per- Â¬ For awhile there was prevailing a T 1 -chanco our divers threads will onco more rian epidemic and we ail west to wn 7 blank verse Then there came a Car -mingle cro the web bo spun Charmlon who unasked didst lovo mo and who epidemic and we all wrote targid 1 iV prompted by that gentlo lovo of thine didst twisted asd break nealc sentences c noun with as many adjectives as betray and ruin me faro thee wolll Wildly she gazed upon mo she stretched Ycuag had wives aad as little acqiaacJ out her arms as though to clasp me aad with them Theu oarae the Renarnsa en- Â¬ then ia tho agony of hor despair cast demic and tho attempt everywaere wi herself at length aad groveled upon tho mado to mingle romance and religion w x frcquont punches at religion and v3 ground I took up tho sack of clothing aad tho prized ourselves en being skeptical staff and gained tho door and as I passed us bo independent in our literary tas - s through ono last glance I cast upon her Mako upyourruindwkatlt is best for- 1 to red and rend Master a few books Lifo is short aad books are of having your Bind a gin- crowded with rubbish mas it a par r with rich furniture beautifully arraDc In which you would not be ashamed to ha 3 tho whole world enter T D Talmage D 1 1 x 4 -- trluo mora subdued It was evidu old pcoplo ware asleep At Manilla Junction a large partv c in and taxed the sleeper to its full r city Tho porter had to remove ti gago of the couple which was s above them and assigned the bert ktUolnaCeuslvo citizen weighing a a deep sBore aocomaoaicd br c r -- Â¬ Â¬ -- i varr Bruai Lt it gd DlaST Observer m m SERVANTS IN PERU asd tires Thoro she lay with arms outstretched more whito than her white robes hgr dart hair streaming down her and bar fair brows hidden in the dust And thus I loft her nor did lagain Betray eyes upon her mi nine long years hsd coao and gone IUR 1T3K to be oosTrscm Californias Fir Trees They have big fir trees in California as well as redwoods If the following item going the rounds of the press can bo given credence A citizen of Alma Cat has fin- JjwhichJbhaiMit lot fall ana read all ished working upaflrtreo wliteaVgretv oa his place He received S12 for tbe bark bunt a frame house 14x30 feet Sfeet high with a kitchen 8 feet whlo aad 33 feet long built a wood sked 14x30 feet made SSOfenig nulslO feet long mado 834 railroad ties 500 boards 0 inches wide and 3 feet long and 15 cords of wood All this from oae tree W Prt tbj teSS i left A Country Wliero Tliey Will Attend Only to Their Special JJatr When a new servant Is engaged tho em- Â¬ ployer must instraetheras to the ful x tent of ber duties ea taejirst day Tha a tho sample of alt days and thereafter s9 will do exactly what she did then and o more Tho morning after oar am vai at 0 hotel in Caracas I called for a glass of mi Jr whilo dressirg On every subsequent morn ing during our stay a glass of milk is brought mc at predsciy the ramo hour without intftructknw and althoajrh thesei ant was told several times that it wa3 cot wanted she did not appear to auderstanu and continued to bring tt just the same In the betel wore etactrie befls The u st day I rang for somethtag answered tbe summons Taeaext morn- - Z I rang agaiu and again and no one re sponded Finally I west iato the dimu rS reom and found thero half a aoxca asked Didnt you hear my aea nag Si senor was the reply Then why didnt yea aaswer it The boy that answers your excellencys boll has gone to market with tke manager But you knew he was set here and you should have come ia bis place No senor It Is bte eosswatioa to answer YeurbeU I aaswer the belt of thegeeUo mau ia the next reeaAnd this provokfeg stabbsrnBess cat lasted my iBdigsatlni As long as I remained in that hotel ay bell was answered bylheoaeparheumrWr If he was not in aair--e-erta- u i- t - Ioaaidragferaabeer response although the bease was pii ci othsr idle serraats Kaasaa City Times alsaat roceiung sin - vjgMi 3BaSKmTiaBBfefllf7 -- WysB - - - nr ilS VJJ Move to Kichtoond Instantly Killed Something Elegant Fine Christmas Goods PERSONAL THIN COLUMN The pantry and coal house of Mr IX Nathan Bartley colored and aged For elegant goods in bis line no Brooks have a grand dis Â¬ Stockton P Rowland were visited by thieves Tues Â¬ about iSyears met with a horrible death 1880 Col J W Capcrjon U boarding at the play of Holiday and New Year goods bouse in Kentucky Is superior to that At going to presj the afternoon train day night The light fingered centry Thursday nightat the C N O T P R had not come We doubt if another train Glyndon Go aud see them Look at their comely of D M Bright dealer In gents fur Â¬ succeeded in getting away with every Â¬ R near Donerail He was in the em for rent by Mrs b J Ward ever runs into Richmond Mr Rud Blahlon has returned from toilet cases graceful hand bags sym- Â¬ nishing goods hats and shoes The thing movable ploy of White Wilkcrson liverymen metrical face mirrors attractive mani- Â¬ latest can always be found in his house ioci A life size photograph of Mr b R Cincinnati much improved The corn crib of Mr S V Rowland ol this city and had gone to Georgetown I have a fine eeleetien ef sperb poclxtbook cure sets chaste oxydizetl sliver goods and he bandies nothing but the best y hu towtJ a on Broadway has been viited repeatedly as a driver of a surrey containing a num- Â¬ Freeman by a Bostorl House presented A Jambo Lemon c jan County Judge W B Henton of Irvine in new designs mulium in parva shav Observe his display of neckwear for Â¬ Mr T J Tribble has received from his or late and much good corn has been ex- ber of people who had missed the train by a friend is on exhibition in the win- is in Richmond looking well and hearty iug cases for tourists Prangs popular rnont a lL the holidays If you want an elegaut Mr Rowland objects Arriving at the above crossing on his re- Â¬ dow of Mr Jack Freeman on First street M Brit has a gentle word uncle Mr Woodson Ballew in tm- - tracted therefrom Miss Lida Reynolds of North Middle Christmas aud New Year cards Russia outfit of collars aud cuffs an immac- Â¬ Mr D minc county a lemon of colossal propor Â¬ to parting with his corn to parties incog Â¬ turn alone Bartleys surrey was run into What the Governor of North Carolina town visited Miss Minna Crutcher last leather collar and cuff cases conveni- Â¬ ulate shirt or a nice fitting shoe roQinihlSwuc nito Danville Advocate by the fast train south killing the horse said to the Governor of South Carolina is week out aler scveral tions It measures thirteen and one half It Fnr the Holidays Call and see tbera ent music rolls autograph albums in call M Tore tp smashing the vehicle to splinters and ter Â¬ brought to mind by what the Governor of inches around the shortest way and is Colored Man Appointed l all sizes patent scrap books lovely of tcvef Mr onof2S thatsrewon a tree five vears George W Haynes an intelligent col- Â¬ ribly mangling the bojy of Bartley kill Virginia said the other day to the Gov- son J Streng of Louisville visited his work boxes paper knives thermome- Â¬ Call on Crooke Bennett Urmslon Mr II J Streng this plaeethis of th city has old ing him instantly His scattered remains ernor of Maryland about the ownership of at once for Dress Goods and Novelty ored man has been notified by the Inter- Â¬ ters aud a tbousaud other things roi E T MtUleeneweek ngal rons Patterns at greatly redueed prlees nal Revenue Department at Washington were gathered up and brought to his Hog Island Flats 25 27 The Jury uJS Jani 23 26 Mrs Warficld of Lexington who was dog gone that he has been appointed storekeeper home on North Limestone Street Messrs on i nt The following jury was secured in Now that Thanksgiving day is over and An Atlanta Ua syndicate a few Wilkcrson say that he was a visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Bennett See Mtiec and gauger in the Sth District of Ken- White the turkey has been disposed of the Times i have a varMy of esquMie the Clay K K case O C Mc Wil Â¬ fcttrttW mouths ago purchased the Union Street tucky He has given bond in the sum of good boy and one of the best hands they is devoutly thankful that it didnt get off has gone home IH11 IHram Jctt Wm Concert December 19th liams F M Railway of that city for 475000 and STORE n1 Sj reJ have ever had in their employ FOR REHT Lexing 20000 and assigned by Collector Bur Capt J CTurner of Winchester was sold it a few days ago to a New York any miserable jokes about the deceased l her pasHfe DozierSrJas Smith Congrave Green nam M- - - ErcJi1 to Warwick distillery Silver Creek ton Gazette here last week in connection with Dr party for SSOOOOO This property was fowl Georgetown Times A R Guyn Baxter Wells J 0 Brooks Messrs White Wilkcrson arc from II Uins oesw jwr alien R C Mason M C Covington Samuel station this county and went on duty as Madison Neither did we Mr Bell but we did Evanss Big Hill Railroad I offer for rent my Store Room on ti given in lor taxes last spriug at a valu- Â¬ night watch Monday night He is one of m i 10 das Climax Main Street opposite the Hotel Glyn Â¬ For kmies ami geiitleeB striUbfct Jbt choke down sufficient deceased fowl to Black Miss Buckner daughter of Judge B F ation of S57000 don Fur further information cnll on the few colored men that have been re A Change of Heart sfek at Fort make us miserable r iCIn Smith k Christmas presents V Jot The Stuff Buckncr of Louisville entertained in J W iMACKEY On Hallle Irvine Street live rooms cognized by the Republican administra- Â¬ The wise Uncle Remus of Georgia ili chills and fever lX 26 - Hotel Glyndon Barber Shop honor of Miss Lucy Simms of Paris cistern yard aud garden to rent Good Messrs Stockton Brooks announce tion TILL NEXT SPRING says there am no tellin whar a mean Wednesday evening Covkreli catenas oera jwsi- - in to days Climax a superb line of T 1I repair Cheap Mrs S J Ward or The summers gone begosh nigger is gwine to fetch up and he hit the llorc Thief Captured MONEY REFUNDED uage iworeun wm iww Christmas and New Year goods now on rvh 26- No more the bumble bee will bumble with I Mrs Susan Brockman of Audrain coun- Â¬ E W Wiggles Thomas Faubugh of Jessamine county nail on the head when he said it Some TRAOS MARK sT 1 E R k MM his little bumbler 3 i HP exhibition at their house on Main street months ago a small coon named John No more the tumble bug will tumble with ty Mo who for scveral months has vis Tahnago and Buffalo Bill Buruuui stole a bay marc belonging to Robert I la H tU 1 1 S BLI ited relatives in this county her former are all iu Europe Js of the BredeMi Sacral They telected their goods in person in Collier of this his little tumbler at this time uuless county Tuesday night Bronston had Dr L J Frazce before the the city of New Yark paid cash for more the fly will flit with his little home left yesterday for home ac- Â¬ be iko4ed te the peer of Talmage has reached Asia aud it Is I have a choice lot of solid Silverware last and was captured Wednesday morn- Â¬ Police Court and wanted him hung and No fumbler them and offer liberal inducements companied by her nieces Miss Hat tic in all the newest designs You eatiMt ing in Richmond by Deputy Sheriff shot and burned at the stake for alleged hard to tell which is resorting to the Till next spring Hud a handsomer artiele for a preett Huguely and Miss Flora McCord Discouraged most sensational means to keep them Broaddus Faubush is now in jail in bad treatment Now the table has turned M 1 osier has been appointed The winters here egad Squire D P Armers compiny boring Richmond Mr Collier was telegraphed on him John is in jail He wants to get The Messrs II E Huntington S F B selves before the eyes of the world Medical Board of 7 j t n the skctcrs ceased to suck with his little off r5Sife NO CURE NOTAY for gas at Berea put donna for and went up and got the marc The out and to get out mighty bad Morse Epes Randolph E P Rogers C They are all piling up the dollars He has sucker lner 1 fii OXIVE BtOSSOOT Is the greatest toon well found no gas and have young scamp acknowledged that he had written a letter to the Doctor It is pa- Â¬ The bedbugs ceased to tick with his little T Williams Hartwell Cabell W L NIehoIasvIIIe Journal to wcm2alund PositiTely cures all forms of fcBate Gi igjjfc Gnder contest over weakness snch as Painful Menstruation Barren Â¬ thetic in the extreme Among two pages tucker Ic Moore and others of the K C and other coated Morlc Salt water was struck stolen her from him Lancaster News Brooks went to New ness Leucorrhea Prunui Oranaa and Fibroid Stockton at Waco has been decided The gnat has ceased to gnick with his lit- Â¬ roads were in n Tumors in They think of beginning a new weM with boy tried to sell her to Mr Jake of tears and sorrow he sav s please The Richmond on Monday night York in person and selected their innumerable their 2 Iy Mages and the long lut of watt The most exquMte matttle tle gnucker and unmentionable G rider M Herndon for 75 and was arrested on Doctor give this letter to Miss Lulie the new year and were called upon at Madison Clubby Christmas good paid cash aud got big afflict the pitient Try it a ad yon niflerunrs that Ctoeks in aH designs YtHi DhutiM mm will exclaim as Till next spring m c hundrediof others have Oh I feet like a different them f meaning Mrs Frazee Miss Lulie please a number of the members The well at Waco is pegging away suspicion T 0 P i ouice nwiw troaianr One n ontbs treatment sent postpaid to dlscouuts therefore they sell cheap There came near being a fight between try me one more It is all with you Try any put af the Unitsd States on receipt of gt six rSeHd Ged Jewelry ef aH ktafe is Ue largest and A flow of gas continues eoaiiaiJc A Good One lT 20 27 The worst feature about catarrh is moQlhsti Motley refunded if a cure i not tected to get Doctor to take me out of jail I see two old bachelors in this place one morn- Â¬ ass lownS after strictly ossemnc directions Address THE fa FJC Us dangerous tendency to consumption Warren S Williams mail agent on the Lecture This Afternoon Thomas S Davis has brought an ac- Â¬ rnAKSC CCStUl IZStTTCT CO Columbus Ohio whar I dun wrong when I lef you You ing last week One had never owned a Hoods Sareaparilla cures catarrh by tion against the Georgia Pacific Rail- Â¬ Kentucky Central from Cincinnati to was tryin to rais me c of George Mtggmbeikam in Rev T D Witherspoon of Louisville Forsaleby Woods Hutchinson Drug Â¬ rite so I wood er bin watch but bought a stem winder from the fi lskjt HnTufi t 4 m r mn w -- tl V llllluuii It way for 60000 claiming that through gists Richmond Ky win deliver the Crest of the winters se Â¬ Livingston 160 miles has been promoted a good boy I Jes now see whar you an other He took it home and at bed time purifying the blood 24- 26- TesJ V of last week He is un- Â¬ Doctor wus rite Pleas try me once more thought to wind it up He took cautiously ries of lectures to the students of Central fromSoo to 1000 position the carelessness ot the officers of that J It LAKZELEKE 31 D The Sense in which der civil service rules His standing is God forgives an you ot to Doctor pleas hold of the stem and after carefully twist- Â¬ Of Jefferson Medical College Philadel corporation a wreck was caused in Mt itcs Deatneraje is dangerouty UHiversity Subject ph4cans and one the Bible is Supernatural in Re elation No 1 He recorded 97 per cent on ex- Â¬ cum over to the jale and git me out I will ing it first one way and then the other phia Pa the Celebrated Examining v Inch his heart was knocked from his 3 i ome Preparatory Department at 3 oclock All amination He is a most deserving young go home wif you an be a better boy an try started it backward and like the song of Physician of The iff are n Medce Fkancb MedipaTj left side to his right where it now is the Brook it went on forever Next morn- Â¬ AND SOKOICAL INSTITUTE invited Dr Witherspoon is a fine speaker gentleman Parts Kentuckian Citizen to do rite Coltimbus - Ii has bought of Mr Brooks have every th ing Stockton r ema If he doesnt cease throwing off mail ing he hurried down town and finding and will have a full house Ohio by request of ninny friends and for the Holidays 28 27 Confederate Memorial Meeting E m ic two vacant lots corner for The Climax that is intended here Tom he said See here You have patients has decided to vhdt Richmond llrick J J iin streets iot 1390 for the post office of Climax in Rock- Â¬ The ex Confederates met at Dr J M traded me one of them Waterbury watch- Â¬ tV Shelby heads iu mileage with 400 Tuesday December 17 Consultation Parties from Middlesborough haiebeen castle well advise the Kentuckian-CitizePoyntzs office in Richmond yesterday es because I have always heard it took a as decided to close his din lie M aud Examination Free ami Strictly miles of turnpike Fayette next with to withdraw the good words Dr Poyntz was made Chairman and J stout boy to keep one of o a gtana on jHiw street here recently trying toiiegotiate for a large s Confidential in the Private Parlor ef 350 aud Bourbon third with 290 number of brick to be shipped to the boom W Hart Secretary them wound up and I wound this one for See ad v niw for renC Forty three counties hove no turnpikes A Strange Name Hotel Glyndon one day ouly town It is claimed that the brick recent- Â¬ A committee composed of N B Death half an hour last night Uncle Amos The Doctor is prepared to treat pa Â¬ at all aud the Commissioner urges the 21 the Garnett Hotiee hat closed That cant apply to the man in Rich- Â¬ erage Owen McKee and ly made at the new town arc not consid- Â¬ Tevis you must be mistaken replied the mer Â¬ tients on the latest scientific principles importance of the next Legislature mond who has such a magnificent display was appointed to wait upon James be ntt of Dink who lor twenty ered first class Danville Adocate County Judge chant as he took hold of the watch Then His practice is constantly increasing passing a good road law for Kentucky of Christmas goods His name is Smith Chenault and ask that ir rc s as rre idcd over the kitchen Come to Richmond and you can get all court be adjourned an explanation followed Seutinel and Is undoubtedly larger aud more ex Â¬ Mr C E Smith at Brooks old stand at 1130 oclock to day that the Court- Â¬ ppeals ha awlnaed the the brick you want of the finest quality It was not the County Clerk of Fayette tensive than any other specialist in the corner of Main and First Streets has a house may be used merchant tailor Charlie Jacobs and at reasonable prices BEAUTIFUL BASKETS AND BIG BOXES OF CHOICE for the purpose of a or Shelby or even it Tom OBrien and he Warren or Daviess United States Of more than ordinary Pants 550 to 15 Satisfaction guur-17-2- 8 display of Holiday goods worth your memorial meeting of the citizens - 1 1 Lexington at an early The who ate breakfast twice Thursday morn- Â¬ skill in his Incorrect profession lie has a heart auteed while to go and sec In a half column committee reported that the Countv Judge ing His cook went to bed early She full of sympathy that at once gives en- Â¬ Some of our exchanges have stated that advertisement elsewhere in to days Cli- Â¬ acquiesced awoke looked at the non striking clock couragement to his patient who knows horse cotumn wilt d The ladles should go at once aud Governor McCreary is stoppiug at the max he gives you a fair idea of what be The following resolution was adopted and there was R Letcher purchased Sherman House in Washington and others has Read that and then go and see for Put up in packages to suit purchasers by the Ke tidy and the minute hand pointing that he will cure him if it is within the inspect the Greatly Reduced Prices at That we request the citizens and business straight down at VI and the hour hand -dials at the Brace aud that he is at Mortons Hotel Urmstous it is ul possibility of human skill to do so He Crooke lieuuett He is at the vourself It there is anything in his line men attentive firm of S Dinklli fc Co of Richmond to drape their houses just half way between XI and XII But 23 26 Shoreham of which Sherman is evidently that he has not on exhibition it is more makes a ppeciiliy of chronic diseases simply surprising in mourning and attend the services at the cook mistook the minute hand for the and from many years of experience is H LGnnan formerly of this a misprint It is true the hotel belongs than we can think of and our thinker has the Court house For Rent After January 1 90 house hour hand and vice versa She thought able to successfully diaguose a case -nthiana has gone to to Vice President Morton but there is no been actively at work for several das on iv c of a and 4 acres on Lexington pike The subjoined program was arranged li the time 24 minutes to VI So she without asking question which seems Â¬ the subject being greatly aWicted with such hotel in the Washington City Di mile from Court House now occupied by I Praver by Rev M Eyans 2 Address whirled in and cot breakfast in the mean- Â¬ wonderful to patients and even to phy Â¬ rectory as Mortons Hotel Daniel Uoones Grandson C IL PIGG Mrs Turner 24- by Rev C P Williamson 3 Address time waking up the aforesaid County MALAGA GRAPES and PEARS from Calitornia sicians who have not the faculty them- Â¬ by T D Witherspoon 4 Address by To Winter In Florida Col John Boone said to be the only F- ol Cincinnati has opened Do not fail to take advantage of the when Mrs County Clerk was selves Clerk But through- Â¬ LEMONS from Sicily the noted iaj made clot iio store in Popes oW listRev Geo O Barnes family and evange- Â¬ living grandson of Daniel Boone is in T W Bullitt 6 5 Address by Rev L aroused she wanted to know if everybody out Ohio Thousands of people York cut prices in Black Dress Goods at ORANGES from Florida Pennsylvania and New together with his II Blanton Address by Hon W B on a party extreme poverty and is incapable on ac- Â¬ ij I - Ma n street next to Buchanan Crooke Bennett Urmstons 23 26 BANANAS from Mexico APPLES from Everywhere the place had gone crazy The clock attest his successful treatment Over of about tucnty five will spend the winter count of age and sickness of making a Smith 7 Address by Hon W T Tevis then showed jitk eas At VII another 300 patients visited the Institute the 1230 S Address by Hon John D Harris and on Satiibel Island off the coast of Florida support Road horse trotters and runners Come at once and secure a large basket of nice fruit for the Holidays His home is near Sulphur breakfast was ready This reminds us flrt three days of last week and a great MsR I carer Mill have aale at where Mr Barnes owns a farm Among any munuer desired I have Springs Arkansas Rev J W Cunning- Â¬ others 9 Benediction by Rev Thomas of the late famous C R Mason While majority were new patients Consulta Â¬ shod in in abundance and of every kind OYSTERS in bwlfc by the scary day a her home on the JacVs the party will be Rev Geo W Dunlap ham just received an extra lot of four year can or any other quantity of St Louis asks contributions of a Cummins building the K C he heard the last four tion free aud strietlv confidential Lrrt y e anj will remove to a place of Independence It old second growth timber for repairing who also has a farm nickel a dime a quarter or a dollar to strokes of XII and thinking it was IV New Buildings iar R nrnnj All work guar Â¬ nil kinds of wagons tfere Arrangements ha e been made for make comfortable Col Boones last days Cow Food 3Ioberleys A store house is building on Orchard got up to breakfast S S Pjrlc tnislee of L E Fran- - spending the winter in a most comfortable Direct to Col Jno Boone Sulpur Springs M anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Prepared especially for milk cows to Street Covington Commonwealth back of Brookss drug store A rkansas Exchange Ki rca estate and personal prop- - manner iucreaee yield of Milk and Butteu Bespectfully An improvement is going up on Estill Can it be that one of Daniel Boones en r r the Court bowse on Sat Is always open and meals served at any hour Oysters served is any styl Works of Art any place Prices reasonable delivered Sfebly Avenue S LMIDKIFF grndsons has become sosadly reduced t iir DfCTibot Tt Fresh Fish Beefsteak with mushrooms Quail on toast hot Coffee In town Will also grind corn on cob Miss Katie Helm and class are produc- Â¬ Madison county in fact all Kentucky Five residences have just been finished Memory System is M for the public Grinding lay Saturday Prol Lolsettes Co handle the purest and best grait a German with the finest ing some fine works of art in pencil paint Bear in mind that Dinelli on Irvine Street in and near the Crow ad- Â¬ should help him 23 creating greater interest than ever in of T S MOBERLEY ard in Ktchmond is in iail and clay iccncr A large bas relief of Miss dition everything Formerly ol Lexington r all parts or the country and persons m He cold have made Mary Bennett in Waco clay the work of The track has been laid on the J Belt Two residences are nearing completion The quail spason Is going off in wishing to improve their memory Mr W M Taj lor the well known re- Â¬ on ca Thanking our numerous patrons for an abundant patronage we as a uneer Mis Helen Bennett is a decidedly credi- Â¬ it Railroad from the Cincinnati Southern to raauy of Fifth Street the Slates Ohio inclusive table effort The painting of Maud Muller tired merchant of 125 South Upper and new house has just been completed the Georgetown pike and the grading is From accounts the birds are unusually should send for his prospectus free as ask for a continuance of the same A Te cax a n iy has about aH k can Mrs T D Mitchell arc uncle and aunt 23 26 iu another column 13 ae to qurt receiving new on coffee sacking by Miss Helm is a of two persons badly hurt in the Minne- Â¬ on Irvine Street next to the Methodist being rapidly pushed on the remainder of ubuudant The New York Suu says advertised charming work Also the Mountain the route Gazette Church mercliaut taiior V26 2 Hi Charlie Jacobor get ai litional Machinery over 36000 quails pass through the It Fairy on straw matting the Old SoldicrV apolis fire Charles Alf Williams Man- Â¬ Mr W S Duncan has purchased of x-- as g xi Overcoat at 30 worth 10 Imported ork as any laundry bauds of one commission merchant C P Huntington has notified the L aging Editor and William H Williams Mayor Collins for 2 and several sketches of reclining figures and domestic cloth iu stock Call uud 500 the lot corner of foreman of the Tribune Ti Lcxi aton Press says that Dr L Their father Water and Second Streets next to Hotel N Railroad Company that he would alone every fall aud winter This man 17 2S Damnum cease to use their tracks beginning Janu- Â¬ makes a business of furnishing live see him liv es at Springfield Mo and at one time Fri7f r ihi place and Mr Frank Glyndon and has laid the foundation of quails for game preserves Of eourse ary 1st Thus the whole C and O busi- Â¬ We have bored our readers no little of conducted a paper at Kansas City His For the handsomest Holiday goods rnui v of this county are an extensive livery stable It is to be Nr no etxit investors in Middles- - late with remarks about unsigned letters name was John Williams and at onetimeÂ¬ Siyxbz feet two stories high Horses ness will be transferred to the Louisville dead ones are of use to himbought Pierre in town go to Stockton Brooks Lorillard the millionaire 2000 Southern sent us for publication We dont want he resided here being in the carpet busi 26 27 and buggies will be kept on the second dozen quails of the Suns merchant jl Si j a Co John K Fanlkner anonymous communications and hac ness with Mr Taylor Lexington Trans floor as well as the first The structure B J Clay has served notice on D Mr FUR THE Powell represents Ten of the largest and turned them loose at Tuxedo Park said so in numerous instances of late Yet script a t iioulale Co that if they enter upon will be brick with iron roof The most Shanahan We hope he the first year and since that time 500 Fire Iusurtnce Companies and writes The wounded people arc also related to we have received seven such letters within I no hat w Arirr- tn loci modern and approved methods will be his premises for the purpose of railroad dozen more have been thus liberated Mills Stores Dwellings Stables aud Mrs I T Green of this place c trom Richmond 7 32 but that he the last two weeks We most positively cinploj ed Nice offices and all other con- Â¬ work he will hold them responsible as Most of the quails sold iu New York Live Stock at Lowest Rates do not want and will not publish unsigned M jc Will Cross the Street ai v ri warded Mr Duncan is a well known trespassers The Messrs Shanahan will are trapped In West VIrgiula veniences They FOK HYsrniMA matter of any kind coming through the At During the Holidays Messrs Cov ington citizen and trader and will attract a large not heed the notice Une nrou ns Iron Hitlers are sold principally to the cltibs which raT Trom John Horine at Blan mans and we hope the natral born darn Physicians recommend It Mitchell the extensive clothiers and patronage if In Covington in the United States Dis- Â¬ maintain game preserves in idnesday sUted that he cjots will quit sending such All dealers keep it SI 00 per bottle Gtrmlno Richmond will have five livery stables trict Court a judgment was rendered in merchant tailors will remove to the Bur has trade mart and crossed red lines on wrapper and could not attend Burtrnnd Spratt who lived about six The Markets nam Si Chenault building Their new upon the completion of Mr Duncans favor of David Sinton the Cincinnati 9 35 bother James B at tins I have what you want and you have what I want I have the Cunninghams was built this capitalist against Carter county Ky for miles from town arose at the usual H Sales of tobacco in the Louisville mar- Â¬ store room is wide and deep and a hand- Â¬ Parrish nserously ill Item ember the Palace Dry Goods goods and you have the money Cant we trade timeyesterday and took his accustomed I think 90 lit somer house can not be found in Central year Hunlcys last year and Adamss the ket the past week normal in amount 6ooo Carter issued bonds to aid the 15- Go lKk It M The cases for furnishing year hefore Foxs is only fifteen years Chesapeake and Ohio railway in 1S53 seat near the fire apparently in his House Because I have the best and freaheat f fact I know it Why but prices higher One hogihead sold Kentucky - wi to buy a bed a table a at fsooo per 100 lbs and quite a goods on the right hats on the left im- Â¬ old We do not know of a better lot of The road was not built and the purchasers usual health which had not been good Charlie Jacob merchant tailor No everything and that is precisely what you want How can y li f or am thing else drop in number of new hogsheads sold at prices mense tables for clothing in the center livery stables anywhere of the bonds sued on them In 1S7S a for some time About 5 oclock he cud 20 N Second Street Suits S25 to 515 through Christmas without House Several private stables have been erect Compromise was had between the county deuly fell over and when his family 17 2S ranging from 1200 to S1600 Select and the highly finished counters all are finished in cherryy the door is in ed within the past four months pnd the stockholders and new bonds were rati to him Ihey found he was dying Uo wrappery quoted at 100 to 20 00 the EBlire Let Ifyou want to buy 11 sulky surrey Oranges Grapes Bananas Lemons Currants Citron Raisins the corner giving nearly the entire front issued in place of the old ones The county ami in a few moments lie breathed his buggy or carriage Hogs in Cincinnati 360 to S365 Cz L Tipton at Sped wen had Fooling a Sheep Dog call on Douelsou end of the room for a window This is and Nets of all kinds failed to pay these also sPrinS lamb S5 75 It was on these last It is supposed that heart disease for he has the latest best and cheapest on aurday before last and on sheep ts 2S to 5 5 I was staying with a Kentucky farmer bonds that Mr Sinton sued backed up by an immense glass case and caused the sudden demise Mr Spratt t to 600 shipping cattle and got judg4 15 to 4 25 y ad none 5- Cholera Ten barrels of pure stick Candy and 500 lbs of Fire Crackers Boys will be tastefully dressed one night and soon after supper he said was seventy four and was remarkable feeders platform and butcher cattle ment 3 75 to 390 and always illuminated at night to his sons from the fact he was the father of 18 Do you catch on do you hear First class Flour with the inert Fancy Plaids at Crooke Bennett and stockers 3 25 to 350 Mr John C Breckinridge for a long children 14 of whom are liviug as is V- Well boys it is the right sort of a ji 1 Urmstous at prices that will make Soda Baking Powder and other requisites The largest line of fine of Cincinnati hacn nlnl BarrelsDear Mute Wedding night and I reckon youd better put the time with the surveying corps of the also his wife Stanford Journal c 23 26 r Mam Street between them sell Charleston S C has a barrel factory wool on and lie low Lamps in town Beautiful Washstand Sets handsome Vases in pro- Â¬ Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern railKy Dec 9 18S9 Danville r5 National Hani sbJ U9lMVn4 which is turning out a half million barrels Lndies call at the Palace before buy Â¬ fusion Get Every description of I- G- s Editor Climax Please state in this every year The factory gives employ- Â¬ When I asked for an explanation of his road and a member of one of the oldest lias opened a variety store strange words he invited me to go out and best known families in Kentucky Your Christmas supplies of Fine Flour ing your Fall Dry Goods aud save weeks Climax that Mr T P Dorsey 15- ment to one hundred and twenty laborers to the barn where the boys had pre- Â¬ was yesterday promoted to a very re- Â¬ Uld Hams Choice Sugars and Teas money Th Scarry Ledger of Fleraingsburg and Miss Fannie Risk and the product is principally oil and rice ceded us and where I found each one munerative and responsible position with Best Coffees and Nicest Brauds of HEAK YE1 -s Ledger has grown to such of Union City deaf mutes will be is an active de Â¬ at t is now being raaimrao married on the 19th inst and at the barrels for which there covered with a disguise made of a sheap the general offices in this city For some Pickles from the reliable house of J A mand In the manufacture of these half skin Each one had a short heavy club j ears Mr Breckinridge has been doing Higgins His groceries both Fancy L- A H Lalor has been raised among c New Orleans Chfeage Methodist Church at 1 1 oclock a m Including TOYS PURSES PIPES annually over seven mil with mJ Washington a portion of it ornamented with active service in the field with the deter- uud Staple are fresh and of the you he has been on the South side of will be performed by a million barrels That looks The ceremony Â¬ lions of staves arc used representing sevMt sharp spikes and when ready they went mination to rise as his merits demanded best 5ff - The finest brands of Canned and Bottled Geedg Ohok It Main Street commencing iu a small deaf mute Prof G Schoolfield in the eral thousand cords of ash wood all of over by the pasture where about 100 and his present advancement has been way he has gradually built up a busi Â¬ sign language The Rioey ville correepondent of the ness whose iiatrons are numbered all brands of CIGARS and TOBACCO Doll iak Fresh FISH and OYSTKRS which is bought in South Carolina most sheep were lying When down on their won only by a long tedious service He Respectfully Elizabethtown News says that in a over J fte Episcopal church will Long coming from along the Santee river MT of it Madison couuty His stock takes way off they now takes a prominent position in the hands nnd knees and a little IVXE c With the opening of our railroad into closely resemble overgrown sheep They office of the Auditor and to day will single day near that point there were in every single item in the grocery line fane y wrlc candiesc Keturned E killed 395 rabbits and 467 partridge where timber is plentilul the mountains Chenauh bunding ori Dr H R Gibson who has heretofore let Richmond have a barrel factory Bo- Â¬ took different stations and the farmer enter regularly upon the fulfillment of The merchants are said to be paying 10 his store being loaded He has made Saturday December 2isU and I sat down in a fence corner to wait the new duties Mr Breckinridge is a cents for each rabbit and 12 cents for additions aud improvements to make - cs been located at Red House returned -- 0f elegant goods and last week from New York where he took nanza Silver Creek and Warwick want It was perhaps an hour before an son of Mr J Cabell Breckinridge and a each partridge as an inducement to room for the large slock lie has recentand so do their sisters and their J ly bought in the city consisting in part alarm came Then a dog stole into the grandson of Vice President John C hunters to keep up the killing Sat Bcllevue college barrels a post graduate course cousins and their aunts of a great variety of Christmas goods t JBo4 GeM asd Sill er field from the rear side and the sheep Breckinridge He began at the very Having formed a partnership with Dr M Adrtce to Mothers An Opera llouse There Is no empty put on about A H came running towards us Presently bottom of the ladder and has by close u i Anter announces in to days Will Jennings before leaving he is now llrs WnrsLotrs Soornraa Srnor shouldalwsys to the high- Â¬ ht used when children ore ratting teeth It re Lalor but he plods along in the even Siltiaie ataneleeantdlsnlav of at their office on Main street over Wal- Â¬ Richmond is sadly in need of an opera there was a yelp and thenall grew quiet application of his business wonofficials lieres the tittle sufferers once it produces natural all his superior Kj watJics silverware ctocls lace Rices We were told atBellevue house a theatre or public hall of some Ten minutes later a second dog came in est regard quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes us bnjht tenor of his way and gives value re- Â¬ i as a button It is very pleasant to taste It ceived for what you spend at his house deemed and he was soon followed by a third Courier Journal while jnHew York the other day that kind Seventeen years ago it was soothes the child softens the Eumsnilays all pain -iJ Bared to glvehlm a regulates the bowls and is the best known remedy r most of his of sufficient importance to build a large Then as half an hour passed without L urnhou the most elaborate Dr Gibson was making the and work brick hall It must have been profitable another alarm the three boys came over The case of the R N I B vs B J for dmrrhcea whether flrs centsfrombottle or Dont failBonanza Mills call at ids stand arioa teething where you will opposite o other causes Tventy natnretfrtt iv time doing as much hard study i r Clay condemnation proceedings men 24 27 always find a welcome for within half a dozen years thereafter to us each dragging a dead dog by the tioned last week occupied the court until 65 as any man in the college Pa HockrrT another and similar commodious building tail yesterday The commissioners awarded Judge Vincent Borelng and Miss Sa Insure your property in one of C S The Wills Sale Ma j Hocker wttV r tl an PrJ Rev J I Wills will have a sale of per was erected Not satisfied with thatbuild Â¬ Git the spade and lets bury cm 2000 but Mr Clay asked for a larger rah daughter of the late Judge Ran- Â¬ Powells Teii Companies 7 32 oflje first National Boys weve got you this lime and yon cant deny it Uow Why How many docs this sum There were about 40 witnesses dall both ot London were married said the old man Bank prcscnt- - sonal properly on next Thursday De other half dozen years saw the third husband with n TknVi- - ik- - cember 17th at 10 oclock on the prem ing opened to the public Changes and make this summer Reubc three fourths of them being for the rail- Â¬ Wednesday Judge Boreing is Ihe DRUNKENNESS LIQUOR llABlT In all in CHRISTMAS GOODS We have both counters and a temporary hapeofa Twenty six I reckon long since claimed those three the World there is bat One Cure -- road Great disparity of opinion existed busiest man In the mountains and the ises of JocGcntry four miles from Rich Â¬ fire have 6 lauraal center counter running from end to end of tha store piled up until continued among the witnesses the estimated dam- Â¬ wonder Is that ho found time to dally Nicest thing in the world Dr Ilaines Golden Specific road embracing public halls For two and one fourth mond on the Four Mile Hock tea or It can bo given In a cap ot person coffee we cant pile them any higher Look at our charming was a student in Central years Richmond has had no building suit- Â¬ the father as he rubbed his hands to ages ranging all the way from 500 to Willi the little god of love He is horse and buggy cow and calf household taking without the knowledge of the Kren concert or dramatic entertain ccthcr Doc takes one of the boys for 11 speedy aud permanent cure Six speeches were made Hon County Judge of Laurel President of if effecting patient is a moderate 2400 and Kitchen furniture and farming im Â¬ able for a t lie drinker or No place fit for such meetings as an old wether makes a dash at him and John Mason Brown of Louisville Hon the London National Bank President whether Tattl an alcoholic wreck Thousands ot drnnknnla plements Sums under 5 cash over ment associations A the next thing he knows his head is bust- Â¬ G C Lockhart huvo been cared who have tnken the Golden FlfT seTM grand lodges conferences Â¬ and Mr J credit their iw rom Madisonr cauie nave been that amount a means of six months Rich Â¬ stock company could be organized almost ed No shooting no row to attract the Sullivan for Mr of Parisand Judge T A of the Cumberland Valley Land Com Hpcclflc Into laycoffee without their knowlofÂ¬ nnd ihink they quit drinking to remove to Clay F pany Commander of the Kentucky edge own freewill No harmful efleol reÂ¬ PW Rey Witts cotnitv wlfhtn fhe their start neighbors and the man who misses his Bullitt of Louisville Hon W B Smith Department of the U A K has the sult from Its admin Utratton Cures guaran- Â¬ Ctk ri fmm W Baptist Theo- - in a day Who will make the l j mond He will attend the dog can have no hard feelings Tumble and Col J W Capcrton for the road largest store In his section is a Metho Â¬ teed Send for circular and fall particulars 1we and 7 from sacr Creek Bewitching Toilet Sets lovely Manicure Sets superb Christmas and All Right and Running Address tn confidence OorDts SPBOiriC Co Of 1 logical Seminary in Louisville next year em in boys and then well tap that bar Â¬ Col Capertons speech was considered k io dist preacher and an applicaut for pen- Â¬ isjjincoau unciunan u were or expert New Year Cards handsome Cut Glass Bottles of Perfume OrnaForman Chenault Co proprietors of rel of new cider j ur Prcrcnt Typhoid FeverBaltimore Sun - w -the best of the six The jury returned a sion agent of Kentucky them- Â¬ ri Many Persons mental Paper Knives Unique Ink Stands Elaborate Collar and Cuff There has been enough money paid Bonanza Roller Mills have treated rrtM The above sounds to us Jjut the Sun verdict for 828290 The amount of Ium a- Richmond selves to a new boiler Heretofore they ought to know you know The Palace down on First street Are broken down from oTerwork or household to physicians in the town of cares Oases Compact Traveling Shaving Cases beautiful Music Rolls pretty ground taken by the road is about two Iron Bitters keeps choice dry goods Ladies in- - rebuildsBrownsnidi digestion removes ex- Hot Weather withlnihe past five years on account of have used a 60 horsc power but now they Iho sTstem Scrap Books Cute Autograph Albums Heart Smashing Work Boxes The Queen and Crescent Route will sell acres The amount cut off from thel vlted t cess of bile and cures malaria GetUvecenuine re have a 90 borsc and besides giving them 15- eauhcr the past few days has typhoid fever to sewer the town for the girls Parlor Thermometers Fancy Note Paper and Envelopes And fifty per cent more power it requires fifty tickets to New Orleans and return at one main farm probably fifteen acres in a physician fire IanneU Fire lornadojtnd Accident Insur Â¬ Tiie Palace carries the largest assort- Â¬ and frcih meat marked a prominent fare for the round trip on account of the triangle next to town Mr Clay soaght 4 under percent less fuel SO FORTHS 4e c rtnomcter on Monday was that docs not include druggist and ance written by Powell 1 32 ment of handsome dress goods in town enchanting Sachet Packages and a long list oi The electric light apparatus has been funeral of Jefferson Davis Ex President to prevent the roads running on his land other expense 15- and at 9 oclock at night takers bills and various at all by averring that the road had been Surges and Colored Henriettas sold u asked further concern Â¬ thoroughly repaired and the mill in all its December nth Tickets good for return icsterday it was 69 ac heconlined Being inclusive For full located on another line and that it was by Crooke Bennett Fancy dress good3 at the Palace in Urmston at said that typhoid fever nooks and corners from the first to the until December 15th T a damn wfod The ing thejnatter he particulars apply to agents Queen and located through him by the construction your own price every color 15- 23 26 Wi c Jer m comes almost exclusively from impure fifth floor is illuminated witlthe beautiful September company which he claimed had no right Crescent Route it The earlier you come the larger the stock yeu will have from in nearly every incandescent lights water and foul air and Ladles call nt the Palace and exam Â¬ to locate But he failed in those two Rich- Â¬ which to select The mill has nine runs of rollers with John G ALipoang Merchant DOQ COE within his knowledge could have of dress goods Y- Christmas is not half what it should be if you fail cafe points and the only question left was the ine their elegant stock Really it T bble mond carries im- Â¬ 15- a nrmninant veunc been prevented by proper sanitary meas a daily capacity of 125 barrels and notions llfer- di v one of damages are enough wheels mense stocks of Salt Lime to make a nice present to somebody You cannot find prettier goods reet began life Here a ure A seven months old black setter with A house on sloping grouna wn seems to us that there half a dozen mills Mr Clay will appeal Doneluon has a quantity of new sjil 0 an innivrMnriMl on the upper and belts and spouts for k bob tail white streak on breast Leave or lower prices anywhere than at the V tBiV J If the usual back premises The Arnold case is now before the kles surries and buggies of the newest Cement and u- The mil is kept on a dead run to supply dog end get reward c one o - the 1 oest posted side k almost ure to bring typhoid fever Machinery and Im- Â¬ court following is the jury Stephen aud most popular patterns and at very There are of the demand Tn fact the two finest brands c grocers in town Jie unless propeily drained T T Covington It r 5- plements Sulkies Gear and Jett T J Curtis John Powers J P reasonable figures Governor McCreary and Old Gold many xauses lue Det goods asasens course The finest Christmas goods in town BeattyT M Oldham Lloyd Quisenber Crooke Bennett Urinatou will sell the best line of Groceries in ft v look into this cant be made as fast as people want them at Stockton Brooks Would It not be well to See his atmeuncanent 28 27 ry Wm Jett G BTodd G W Boyd the remainder of tUeir Stock cf Cloaks Mr EJ Shackelford proves a valuable the market closely than it has hereto lla iljMs- - He oners sl variety question more 2JI 28 Tlie Palace will not be undersold 15- - Peyton Taylor N B Todd TJ Smith at cost 41- acquisition to the force 2 S7 fore been done jB CLIMAX ESPAEC n Attention Cliorns Singers Ladtcs and gentlemen members of the chorus Tor the BredelK Sacred Concert are kindly requested to attend the nest four rehearsals Wednesday nth Friday 13th Monday 16th and Wednesday 1SU1 at 74 P m sharp DIAMONDS v r Â¬ Diamonds Â¬ 11 tli Watches Â¬ Â¬ iflnl GOLD WATCHES i Â¬ Â¬ WAlei fHSMK rm IfEDiarnDC f fii Â¬ t ud -- CLOCKS aJ D oiiira rfsip ft fj J- am ss P Armer 1 n AT seven-year-ol- d S BiNELLI COMPANYS - Candy for Christmas Fruits for Friends tNUTS I f z- OurDINING ROOM S JMNEIXI CO C - c- -- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Holiday Goods c Â¬ r a- - i c- Â¬ 7- j T 2C-2- J COME AND SEE BBLlE 1 cr Â¬ 1 Â¬ Holiday Books w 1 uii j j Â¬ ftcr i J Â¬ Â¬ We Are Selling Them Eight Along Ky Taylor Hair Farm best -- Â¬ C E S MITHS tt SSSBWSSWf 9Bf2 2To Sloaey Heuirel cf Sesposslblo Parties to Consicnce- - Treatncat CONDENSED TELEGRAMS J R LARZELERE M D Of Jeferso Medical CoWege Philadelphia Pathe Celebrated Examining Physician of The France Medical and Sl rgical Institutk Columbus Ohio by request of MMUir frlcadc and patient has ocided to visit Program of Coir TliCvIIolidajs Bus Prospects CASHIER SILCOTT Forecast for the Present Week Dun in Both Houses DULL SESSIONS ARE EXPECTED Company Furnish a Shown to Be a Bascal of the Purest Ray Serene Brilliant Report He Betrayed His Friends and Robbed on All Sides Congressmen Who Had Not Drawn Their Salaries for Some Time Among the Heaviest Losers Investigation Shows tho Amount of Government Money Taken to Do About S71S00 Washington Dec 7 Additional de- Minor Events and Little Happenings al Various Places Ono hundred and six men havo been signed by the Players League Clubs Sullivans now opera is entitled Tho Gon dolicr or tho King of Barataria No CONFIDENCE IN THE FUTURE Consultetfen and Examination Free and Strictly Confidential in the Private Parlor of No legislation Liable to He Enacted By HOTEL GLYNDON one day only KlUicr Uranch The Centennial Cele- Â¬ The Recent Heavy Fire Losses Create no The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is the only Medical Disturbance In the Financial World Institute in the State Incorporated with a Capital of 5joooo3oo bration of ihe Inauguration of the Cheering Reports from the Interior American Congreu Will He Held Trade Centers Failures of the Fast WedneMlay SevenDays VAsniNTON Dec 9 The attention of both bouses of congress this week will NbwYobk Dec 7 R G Dun bo centered on the centennial celebration Companys weekly review of trade says of the inauguration of the American No disturbance appears to have resulted congress to be beld in the liall of the as yet from tlie Lynn and Boston fires house of representatives on Wednesday and tho free offerings of bonds to tho Tho program arranged for the occasion treasury make tho monetary prospect is simple but the erent will gather in Â¬ clearer In all other respects tho events terest from the circumstance that it will of the past week have but added to tho be tlie first gatltering of Uk people of the prevailing confidence in the future of new administration and the first joint business and the opening of congress meeting of the two lioubes of the Fifty with the annual message and reports llrat congress have liad decidedly an encouraging in- Â¬ Tickets for the occasion will be issued fluence to the president and members of con- Â¬ The volume of monoy in circulation gress and admittance to tlie capitol on outeide the treasury now SI 4 17500000 flat day will bo by card only The is about 811000000 larger than a year hoHse of reprceentattres will meet at the ago but far more actively employed In usual hour and will notify tlie senate tlie interior however there are some that it is in session Tlie senate preceded signs of abating demand by the prvsklent and vico president the Reports of business indicate some fall- Â¬ members of tlie cabinet the justices of ing oif at tho west wliich is considered tin supreme court of tlie United States temporary at Chicago and attributed to and otlwr distinguished oHicials will then open and unseasonaole weather at Mil- Â¬ proceed to the hall of the house to take waukee where dealers appear apprepart in the exercises there Tlie Marine hensive and collections are only fair hand will discourse sweet music Rev J Tho same difficulty affects the clothing G liuler tlie senate chaplain will offer trade at Cleveland and Philadelphia and the opening irayer Chief Justice Fuller is called the cause of depression in the will deliver an oration and tlie ceremo- Â¬ coal trade But nearly all reports indi- Â¬ nies will conclude with tlie administra- Â¬ cate that business is satisfactory for tho tion of the benediction by Rev W H season with improvement in some lines Milburn the chaplain of the house Vice at Cleveland Pre ident 3Iortm tlie president of the Tlie situation in tlie groat industries is senale will nreflwlp at flip tuwilrnrc ftmalr especially significant In spite of the during the ceremonies At their conÂ¬ unprecedented supply of iron thero clusion the senate will return to the sen Â¬ seems to Le actual scarcity at Philadel Â¬ ate chamber where an immediate ad Â¬ phia and some sales of No 1 at 19 for journment will be had Tlie house wQl 1800 delivery are quoted hpre Buyers also adjourn witliout further business OF JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA PA hesitate and sales are not large but thero Unless something uijexected should is a strong undertone and at Pittsburg THE CELEBRATED EXAMIXIXG PHYSICIAN OF THE spring up tlie senate will transact very an advance of twenty five cents to SI per JV2CI SURG1CAZ INSTITUTE FRA2CCB JtfJSDZCAZ little business during tlie coming week ton 38 48 W GiTSt Ne Imc isrU or SUtt BNse ColuatuO lacarporalsd i8fi Capital 300003 Dealers in wool are also more confi- Â¬ Br Prance of JCew York tbe well known and soecesef u Specialist In Cbnmic Diseases ami There is little disposition to proceed to tlie consideration of regular business dent and at Boston improved prices were MtoMM ot tbeEre and Ear oo account of h is large practice in Ohio has established the rilHCI Cfcrer rOlCiL arrnrri here all forms of Ktrri aal Pnnt t21 t iwtJsHjtrcatci xs until tlie committees liave been realized for combifig and delaine tho ts rait fetetific jai2Bpl He is alii v agisted by a full corps of eminent Physicians and ur rwn The caucus committee will meet sales were 3712000 pounds and manu- Â¬ CAXCRRpGKtttflp cured without pamortueofthe fcv newan t never failing viHhOiK to continue this work but it may take facturers are more encouraged as to tho 23MORTJJiT XO ZAIJL1Z1 Fkavce after mn of exienencehnsdisoorered tfce preatent enre known for all dnea especnhar to the tex several days to dispose of it In the good female diseases positively cured believing that a good de- Â¬ ay the aw Md never faiiinjr remedy OU JJ7osom Tlie cure is effected hv home titat meantime there will be the usual flood of mand markets lead to some advance in may meat Entirety harmle and easily applied CSrsZLTA72H TZZZ 1X2 ZZZIZZLI CJKTEESTIAI old and new bills bent to the clerks desk prices later GVBXX6 OF FXBS GUARANTEED WW srt id atan- af aeatoal veakscu W narui4n a every morning Some resolutions of Tlie boot and shoe manufacture con- Â¬ mpoxul- f IM Sm Mf cut Uiiar ta all ai cam aad a fceaKr rcueratian af iha rtrfft 7 riM rfoltj inquiry may be offered and discussed BrisAry arcana tinues remarkably prosperous though TMTa1 aSBT WW tew WwctiM r MMury Tiee It is not unlikely tliat the nominution of comparatively few of the nurned out pro- Â¬ PRIVATE DISEASES Blood Palan rramal Talat weep that 4rrfl a4 WKBW tefcrt wfciffa uMll Umc Strtrtarc Causal fcadavaa Lou f Associate Justice Hrewer will be taken ducers at Lynn are yet ready for orders Favrr Uuuatlf crre VMkMM aTSesaal Orgaai Vul af Bcaire la Hale ar rcmale f y r 1 tiww tfc up and xmsklered in executive session Another large branch of industry which whrtAM fai fcmTD4a LaMU af Taata or aesaal baWu of na W oprteww Vu 4Msnrv4 3A 7A3TCS Ar yw tare van ar aay caaw Uat tae kiiU faaMvMM during tlie week Tlie general policy of has been doing exceptionally well i3 the ft cniaM cm kMa fcc vrakam ia fct tark m4 babt is aaortlT aad KrataaraUr caredolitam Caaaattatara free and iinctlr r wtMtor 4tachafgM wirwrr ecrl 4Hnr the Republican senators is to postpone building trade and well sustained mar- Â¬ ei cwaiSratiaL Aaaalata rttta or tf r nc ttui nAMity Crmiafann praaurem frurasteed nedMaes tacarrcd Mm pimj aaavcred aad seal fr the consideration of all nominations until kets for all materials result especially w mm t c Mnt ar fMUMM owe 1ileiBBaa r frata obasTTatan ta all paru of Uc Cubed States am a eetMM tam f the liolidays are over but the urgency of for lumber structural iron nails and af yniHi rtow te fcalta aaaUajy teepef DISEASES OF TCOMEXv We fctre vpedsl drrart this ca e may appeal to liave it excepted glass exetastrelr to ta ftaetia MipnHaar bmi ruuw aa tat taaraaUr orgolxed aad dfatnl cue Take treataarbt of dweawa of waojes Ertrj caaaaltiac oar ifiifiai ta laat A Bimi tnilli f MMh xakf pecialiaWVBtaerbTfcHTGriaeroaiiEiTraUe moat care from the general rule Tlie story pub Matat aaaacaa k al The speculative markets for products yaaoryaaraa a V I ilia-- raaefcaf aft My awvaai af treit ful aad eoanderate aiteaUaa lateonaBt eawi and we ret ft w lklied during tlie past week that tho have been strong but not very active vaiea have nt eaAed tb iklB of all the borne partdaa hara nrac viMapaalil a4 perauacaAlT cr aVemaMavatlfiatecaM Democratic senators liave determined to Tho general tendency of prices is still taoeaacofafalleoaaII of akiUed afwciaKfta la trrauaeac U fraulea aar laervai bu been narked avrr oppose Judge Brewers confirmation in upward the rise since Nov 30 having TO MIDDLE AGED KK There are but trm the of diaraarf peeabjar paaWou M ladies otd Toaar married wnaarr traaU 4iti frtacot xmaaaaaat af a two tkirda of or avaf aad poor Oar method I rattrrlf free from oafec retaliation for the delay in the considera- Â¬ averaged 1 per cent for all commodities - atale rtca aaianiac tonaaate fpatarea of too itraeral praetttiaaer aauel ivfi auri niian paoM Local M a wiiitf ta tion of Chief Justice Millers nomination Wo 8fm1bi tad it neeaarj We prepare reate Sbe ariaaiT 4aaaita a rapr treatacst In tlie stock market there was serious l dt caartfetatoaaal aad laeal aa tLt ca demaad aad lanmet is discredited by Republican members of depression at the end of last week aud on W Iiaataa4 arllaif small piirtiln af alfa aaaamwOl tacaudvea sattkMh atafavaraWalarlbeatMmar TWft ar hae aaa Udwa Lao to treatOS tlie committee on the judiciary aaac a aart ar larsat apaaraaee Monday but since that time there has FITS PcaMrelj cored fcy a otw and aMr ntt EFILEFST be f aav MB illy IfMut aT tU caaac vaicfc te a tkerer UUtef inccaod Tlie houte of representatives will liave been some recovery with considerable little to do during tlie week Early ad- Â¬ foreign buying The earnings of rail- Â¬ SXAMTNATIOK OF THE rrnTKTL Each wrwrn aimlrtnrfArtnAHil tnut journments will be taken on each day of roads continues remarkably large for wet sboaftd end or bnnp f row 2 to A onncesof unne that ped first in the mommg prcferrod WaUdi will receive a rarefnl eaemical and rarcrooptoalciamiBatkm meeting and it is liardly likelv that any November exceeding those of last year Perwrnfl ruined in health bynnleamed pretenders who keep trifiinc with tbrm month after bills will be introduced The Silcott in Â¬ by nearly 13 per cent nwaith KiTma pouonous and injunous oomitoatrds ehonld apply iffistetfiately vestigation is the mai thing in which Much of the past weeks depressiouwas PI1RPQ rerferted in old caes which have leen neglected oe nnskilUully tlie members are interested and the re- Â¬ WnMnFRTIII due to fears regarding the withdrawal of llUllULnrUL OUnLO treated No experiments or failures Parties treated by mail port of tlie committee is awaited with a government deposits from banks but it sad exnress bat where poAsihle personal consultation is preferred Cnrable caees KaarantcetL IT S great deal of impatience Members of is now plain that no disturbance can re- Â¬ ly aesand correspondence confidential Treatment sent C 0 1 to any S CiTC5g3Q Lmu lquestonfilree Address with postage DBFRANCEKc 5S V Cay vartof tlie committee think that the investiga- Â¬ sult from the gradual measures adopted tion will be nrolrmiwl Iun nl fho tfvm with the business of tho country larger in which was believed than the and Original Designs tion coulditbe concluded the investiga- Â¬ year ever before at this season of yet with unprecedented crops as Tlie committee on rules has not yet but partially marketed and a certainty had a meeting but should it succeed in of large consequent demands for the OF ARTISTIC organizing and making a report to the products which the farming states pur-Â¬ liouse early in the week there will be chase and with an abundant supply of good prospects for more lively sessions money in circulation and foreign ex- Â¬ change so low that gold imports are al- Â¬ WOOL GROWERS ready rumored the ousiness outlook ap- Â¬ Oht Drew CiearaiHse Blc of Wall lion Columbnn Delano Denounces the pears more encouraging than usual It Paper wu a perfeel tueeese is the more encouraging because specu- Â¬ Tree Woot Policy WASHiJfOTOv Dec 6 At the Na- Â¬ lative activity has of late been much re Â¬ tional Wool Growers meeting a commit- Â¬ pressed Failures during tlie week United tee to prepare an address to the wool Canada 45S total 31G com- Â¬ growers of tlie United States was ap- Â¬ States 271 340 last week For the cor- Â¬ pointed Judge Lawrence of Ohio de- Â¬ pared with livered an address upon the subject of responding week of last year tlie liguroa Hwinwcc we UihI made up our raiad to wool growing in the United States The were in the United States 203 and 42 f41 evry mil of the last homos pixnls feature of the meeting was the annual in Canada tm MNtier at what priee tliey bad to address of Hon Columbus Delano of gn Kfwn Blanks uwtt t 5 efitU to EMIN PASHAS FATE Ohio president of the National Wool th tiiMt Eoiltoeil Golds at ISceute Growers association He began by sav Â¬ Ho aiscts With an Aroident Which 3Iay Ttoiy nil went tlte lust roll of them ing that both food and clothing should Cause 111 Death CuMviiitly we have be produced at home not purchased ZAiiziDAn Dec 0 After cnJuring from abroad when the people who con- Â¬ tho hardships of many yean rcudence sume them liave facilities for their pro- Â¬ in Cedtral Africa and tho fatigues duction Necessity alone can justify and dangers of his journey to the sea it their importation Continuing lie said Suppose the has been the fate of J3min Bey to receive nation involved in a war foreign or do- Â¬ an injury which is likely to result in his W7T WMtJ Y A TREMENDOUS STOCK OF mestic of serious dimensions like that for example of the late rebellion sup pose our commerce embarrassed as it was at that time suppose our demand for wool no greater than it then was rm the ebetHt to live fiiHwt lutitd and suppose that free trade had de- Â¬ itMtde goods in ewdletfti varieties and at hi ir lii stroyed sheep industry and turned over ki irT mr i to foreign nations thoproduction of our J-i i wool and we may be able to appreciate tlie folly if not the crime of attempting tlie Worinuship to put wool on by free list of 1888 he Influenced tho act iward f ht tM or any ntlter eity Ih Ike continued wool growing languishes Umwmi lemwatber AND througlHHit the United States and with- Â¬ out relief it must soon perish In Texas L0W3S 00N5IST3NT PSICES tlie wool clip of 1883 was of the value of 3fot Be Undersold 1887 it was 0238234 We have the lsrxe4 trnde in Central allowing a In of 4211500 o010674 loss It is deby Nty ki the land lite pttWte Ken Kentucky ami guarantee galisfactiun sirable to extinguished the industry best eraMy are to iHt l emmIs ami adapted to this vast section under the tSVnte fur j rice anil informa- Â¬ H iM Who YotM oifedleiitBervaut tion before orilering any aljleof work cry of Free trade or Free wool will be benefited by a policy so unwise None except foreign nations Under WM ADAMS SOX Importers GEO M VILLGING of 1888 our an49 18 Lexinoton Ky the influence of tlie actreduced 55000000Â¬ nual clip lias been Decorator in Paint and Paper pounds while it should liave increased ss st at tlie rate of 2 per cent annually to keep pace with tho natural growth of the country Tho speaker read statistics from well known authorities tending to show the wax BET necessity of protection in order to pre- Â¬ death Tlie paslia is very near sighted serve tlie wool industry and then said and habitually weara glasses Yester- Â¬ No further argument is needed to prove day he attempted to go about his room SiQDLtS that free wool is death to tho industry without them and unconsciously walked and none who prefer the interests of this out of a window falling some distance nation to those of foreign nations will to the ground fail to regret so serious a blow to our He was immediately picked up and WCGORSILEY CO con- wool growers and to tlie nation at large conveyed into the house where it was as free wool will inflict and none but found that he liad sustained a fracture of tinue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ tlwse under influence of personal inter Â¬ ASK doctors at ner of Main and Second Streets ests or traditional prejudices will fail to the skull which all of tho own physi Â¬ Bagamoyo except Stanleys YOUR Kichmoml Ivy formerly occupied admit that the attempt to put wool on cian pronounces fataL Stanleys doctor free list economic blunder shares the opinion of his colleagues that by J P Ilerudon as a drug store the To those is an favor who free trade as our Etnin is in a very critical condition but true policy I address no protest against expresses hope that he may be bSOGER free wooL From their standpoint they save his life As it is the pasha able to cannot are right If it lie free trade let us liave under the most favorable circumstances ju it as a system pure and simple without be removed from Bagamoyo for at least the adulteration of duplicity under the ten days N MADE TO ORDER of Ihe Lest name of incidental protection Let us A later dispatch from Zanzibar says and liave materials and by the best work- Â¬ do one or the other entitled to an econ- Â¬ that Emin misjudged tho height of a omic policy that is an honest balcony parapet over balanced himself men and correct name A tariff for revenue and fell a distance Cooling Blankets Horse Boots with incidental protection is a delusion found his right eyeof twenty feet When was closed and blood and a need a r mij Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups on thisfraud We honestlyNational policy was issuing from his ears His body is subject named if terribly bruised QUALnVi Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains protection let it be general and uniform AMD WIU Re Taken Hack to Death Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles embracing all American industries that FLAVOR MIXJ EAFOLK Minn Dec 9 Michael Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- can be profitably pursued by our peo- Â¬ Schiefer ple wanted in Pandorf Bavaria les Harness Oils Harness Soaps In conclusion Mr Delano said Give for a double murder committed Oct 13 C Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry then to the United States a wise econoÂ¬ was arrested here Saturday night mic policy that will stimulate to activity Schiefer drowned lus Btcpson to secure Combs Riding and Driving Bits ourfooms spindles an inheritance of and when Fancy Bridles Trace Chains axils and thus givefurnaces forges and accused of the 1000 marks the childs increased activity crimo by more employment and better wages to grandfather shot him and fled to Hame Strings and ovcrything who He else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ all laboring classes generalare ready to America ago arrived in Minneapolis unite in promoting a two weeks prosperity and went to work for dlery and Harness Shop A and we sliall soon develop our various farmer named Mark at Medina Millsa and inexhaustible resources By such a Tlie latter bad read of the murder and specialtyof system one industry will aid in support Â¬ suspecting that Schiefer was the man another and we shall not be I desire to sell or rent privately the Light Road brought him to this Track Harness ingto purchase from othernations compell- Â¬ wanted in Bavaria turned him over to large two story ed for our city Saturday and production will exceed Schiefer broke down and Gormley made the harness with and we sliall increase inour consumption - the police his crime and will be confessed wealth prosperheld for which Suete S won her great Buf- iy iiuu iiappmoss extradition pfttuited oh a Rood corner lot in Ellis the conclusion of the address the At Tlie President at nis Old Home Iwi Ky knoni a9 the HngHii prtjer falo race and also that with which meeting adjourned and the delegates in Ikdiasapous Dec 9 The prosident ty I also ealv to reut prlvutriy the Bell Vara raised herself from 2 a body called on the president and Sec- Â¬ Stevens Propetly ou Mulily Creek 500 to 5000 retary Rusk Their brief interview with tial visitors to the opening of the Chi- Â¬ fnibraelRg a titce resilience a roh1 the president as wrJl as that with the cago auditorium arrived here at noon Idaekstnhh riiti large yard and lot ALL WORK WARRANTED secretary of agriculture is said to have Saturday Tho trip from Pittsburg was without special incident Tho president been of a very satisfactory character with abuudancj of water 41 40 was driven to the residence of Mr Mo 22- H H COLYER Kee where he remained all afternoon and evening The president and party Parnell to Speak at Kottlngliam London Deo 7 Parnell will speak at attended church Sunday morning and Albert Hall Nottingham next Tuesday left for Chicago this morning at 1240 FOR His speech will be a reply to Lord Salis- Â¬ over the Pennsylvania road Tho return burys recent important address in that to Washington will be by way of In Â¬ city Mr Arnold Morley and Mr Broad dianapolis the train passing hero Tues Â¬ day evening On the return trip tho Ualess soll or rented privately hurst will also speak I wlM oa president will leo joined here by his DISCOVERY AND TRA1HIHG METHOD daughter Mrs Robert McKeo who will One Baby Shoots Another In sfwt nf irtwd umtaUoc which mfea to Saturday December 14th 89 Umkjtt ijI t jalreMttaof Ui UmnnsJ taspitrof New Haven Gonn Dec 7 Flora go to the White House for tho winter the gwiamt imMwpreaoiatioo Itf envmui wooM l Seymour the daughter of Al- Â¬ dMfjft4Vt a ii inafMlof ta0attnipUt0TTbMhua dtranded Steamer jvnandoned at 2 oeJoek I M mII at jmldM o u fr irt iainrtBJ of wbub dmxmslnl th bert W Seymour was accidentally shot y milled Stcsobon Bay Wis Dec 7 Tho iiujuit of haUoaHru cr ray Twoslory Frame llnddewv Pro lo artic Art of N rpr and probably fatally wounded Thursday wreckers on the U --dejr i r stranded City of Lud- fciluated ou Secoml Strett in Itieii Heniahni rrcHtaT as Epoch in evening by arkis rriMrd Willie Pollard i tfy tJn mondKy TIjo btilldlu I an exeel flpisMaHi O1hri t H U rrupaentpQAtfrccire rf pw parte of taw riot ifbo Ut act noon and no further effort will bo mado ttaliy jau4b4 b ftaran br oiTeapaD4Me tawwinr Hallway Train Derailed lent one with all mnJurn lmnnun Km aa m Md 4n aWifT jntcwbo2 to relieve lus Ludington rawla5Bod cWwn staWe fe house lal Bsrux Dec 7 A railway train waa lira on ft mflrvthis fall Then4- e Jli b h ca iuurW MjM luu liAinn derailed Thursday at Sorau Uranden a about thrte feet CaHon or address tfref x xavsisrsiLP nfth ATpf NY bwg and run down an embankment that the ice will all around It is feared i337 do considerable damage 5 Three persoas were killed and many ia to L JPRAZEE- 2M that steamer RICHMOND TUESDAY DEC 17 I889 Â¬ lte 2u T iil 1 Â¬ t ast C m LL PAPER New M HITS velopments prove Cashier Silcott to be a rascal of purest ray serene He has be- Â¬ trayed his best frieuds and ransacked cash from country and creditors The members who liavo not drawn their salaries for some timo aro the heaviest losers He a borrowed and accumu- Â¬ lated cash in every way DUcovery oftlio Crime Mr Leedotn said The committee upon the celebration of the inauguration of wliich Mr Hiscork is chairman was in my office on Wednesday about 830 oclock While thero Mr Ballentine paying teller called me aside and said I am distressed I lielieve something has Imppened to Mr Silcott I fear he may liave Iieen killed Here is fie combination that unlocks fie safe The two the i proceflod to examine the safe and found achng voids laying around loose but very little cash Even then Leedoui ref ase1 to duubt his trust- Â¬ ed assistant until lie inquired ft the bank to make sure tliat the missing money had not been deposited tliere It had not which is needless to remark and then the extent of tlio steal began to ilawn on the sergeant-at-arm- s He is literally crushed over tlie scandal aifcott might nave taken more but was careful to make his offense simply em bezzlement Mr Leedom Responsible Tor the Loss Silcott is under bonds in tho sum of 550000 his sureties numbering about fifteen persons This is however an indemnity bond given to tlie sergeant-at-arm- s and Mr Leodoni who is himself bonded in the sum of r0000 is directly responsible for tlie shorta e Silcotts llonds Silcotts bond is in 3Ir Leedoms safe in Ohio Among the signers are ex Congressman J T Wilson of Tranquility W A Blair who waa elected to the legislature last month as a Republican Wdliam McCormick R H Ellison and R II Drennan The cashier has been traced to Toronto The Investigation Tlie commnt e appointed bv Sneaker Reed to investigate the emliezzlemeut of Cashier SiL ott met at 103 oclock this morning in the public lands committee room of the house Afterspcndingabout half an hour in arranging for stationery aud other minor matters the committee ent for Leedom who appeared before them with his at- Â¬ torney ex Congressman Phil Thompson of Kentucky The Investigation Strictly Trli ate Mr Thompson was not allowed to re Â¬ main while Mr L edoru testified lie was informed that the investigation was to be strictly priace for at least part of the time it will last and that he could not represent Mr Ledom Mr Thomp son strenuously objected to this mode of procedure but the committee wa5 obdurate and ho was obliged to retire The examination of Mr Leedom was then begun The Shortage Will Reach 871 800 The had prepared himself for the cross examination that he expected the committee would put him through A careful examination had ben made by him of the extent of Silcotts peculation and he was able to tell the committee that about 871800 in government money had been taken Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The jubilee of Archbishop DeLabastlda was celebrated at the City of Mexico TValter Butler was seriously Injured at Winchester O by the explosion of porder Mrs Scott Lord tho sister of Mrs Harri son who is 111 in Washington is not expected to recover The San Francisco grand jury recom Â¬ OF mended the adoption of the Australian bal lot system President Harrison occupied his old pew in tho First Presbyterian church Indianipo lis Sunday A nogro named Breckinridge was bound over at Paris Ky for stealing money from which he paii own selection a druggists safe of Joshua Onender living near Washington discounts that CASH and got ImL was killed by a train while walking on the railway track to cive to his customers he The resilience of Azel Bright near Wabash Ind was robbed Saturday night of 5100 and many articles of value William H Smith colored recently con- Â¬ victed at Pittsburg of murdering his wife was sentenced to be hanged Zeb Kennard convicted of horse stealing was sentenced at Sullivan I1L to twenty The old and reliable Saddle and INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE four years in the penitentiary Harness House of At Council UliuTs Iowa in a saloon a 1 lI M II 119 I young man named James Donohue was shot B ii and instantly killed by a man named William No 20 Second Street next lo Boath At Irontoa O Saturday John Hensley Unmet I liouse has a complete convicted of brutally assaulting a child 11 stoi k of years old was sentenced to tti3 psmteutiary for lif ALL SIZES AND AGES HE CAN There is no marked improvement in the Whips Spurs Horse condition of Col J II Kathbone founder of Blankets WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Scrapers the Knights of Pythias order who is ill at Hoots Curry Combs Lima O Oils and Toe Weights Soap James Logson convicted at Lexington needed by persons Ky of murdering his father was sentenced everything else wlo handle horses to twenty one yean imprisonment in the penitentiary -- IS THE- August Schattenberg secretary of tho Saddles Manufactured to Order Milwaukee school board shot himself dead because of the discovery of crookedness in and none but the best material Indies and OLDEST CLOTHIER IH used Gentlemens his accounts It is reported that a collector who at- Â¬ boys Saddles kept in stock tempted to collect a tax for a railroad which Harness of every description you was never built was mobbxl by citizens of And knows Trace Chains Haines Backhands Carter county Ky Mrs Hays wife of David Hays proprietor Bellybonds Collars Collar Tails of the leading hotel at Fostoria O has been Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind EM J rendered insane iy an Injury toherspino Bridles Whips and other things from a fall recently James L Orr the Pittsburg real estate used on the farm agent convicted of outraging his Only experienced workmen em- amanuensis was sentenced to four years and ployed I ten months in tho penitentiary you want a Saddle you have At Hamilton O Peter Behra and his brother Albert were arrested for shooting a hundred to select from ranging at Mrs Louisa Brown The shooting was in price from 4 upwards you tho result of a quarrel between neighbors Five men with red handkerchiefs tied want a set of Harness you have a over their faces overpowered the night 150 sets to select from ranging in watchman in a factory at Sydney O and price from S up unsuccessfully attempted to break open a All prices of Plow Gear from safe Some Â¬ Harry Franklin a western desperado who the cheapest to the best recently assaulted and attempted to rob thing entirely new in Curry Combs -- A PROFUSION OF Mayor Wilton of Litchfield UL was sen- Â¬ The handsomest lot of lap Cloths tenced to tweuty four years in the peniten- Â¬ Â¬ And the colder winter weather are The joyful now rapidly approaching season Is eagerly anticipated by Hie young folks In thousands of homes but In nearly all there are one or more older ones to whom the cold waves ami storms mean renewed suffering from rheumatic back or limbs It is not clalmefl that Hoods tfarsflparllla is a positive specific for rheuinntiani we doubt If tliere is or can be tucb a remedy But the remarkable success Hoods Sarsaparillt lias hid in curing this Btleftiiin is sufllcient reason for those win are sutlerJiig lo iry mis 26 20 peculiar intdldno STO UFFEl OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC 20000 his WORTfi CLOTHING for liberal proposes HiiHBXESS AlffS GEAR GW STOUFFER PICKSLS Umu ilsstyoinwiuiiBi HT Saddles Harness Bridles STOUFFER RICHMOND want precisely what Overcoats mi l Mil h Suits Pasts 8 If Elegant Prince Alberts If Nobbr Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLE tiary ever brought to Richmond 41- - W EC 2 M Ms Left Si w In Granite and Marble llomlsmen Not Responsible Tlie Silcott investigating committee has decided that tho bondsmen of Silcott are not responsible for the amount taken by him A FINED HIMSELF 50 for Just Judge Who IffEW GOODS Prices Lowe Than Ever ad Â¬ 2 Firsl Class Gcttlnc Drunk San Francisco Dec 7 Last week a ouin of Police Judge Laidlow of Oak- Â¬ land came from the mountains and with h nn and other friends tlie judge went out to have a good time At night they went to a road house and got glori- Â¬ ously drunk The party smashed the windows and furniture and jn laer owned the place for the time being Laidlow was unabls to preside over court next day nor did he appear thu next and the superior court judge ap pointed a substitute Tlie story of the spree leaked out but was denied by the Thursday however judges friends Judge Laidlow presided in lus court and his first act was to publicly accuse himself of being drunk and disorderly and to fine himself V He ordered the fine entered on the records The judge made a statement confessing his sin and promised to resign slvould tie ever get drunk again Â¬ Â¬ runlihes Himself FRIGHTFUL DEATH lVcWill Â¬ ivKl use cBRAMri GORMLEY KBd Fresh U HlBliSS between two freight trains on the Chi- Â¬ cago St Paul and Kansas City railroad occurred last night at Durango nine niilca from this city Conductor Berry of the local train and Fireman John Hickey of tho through freight were in- Â¬ stantly killed Berrys body being scat- Â¬ tered in fragments in tho wrecked cars and on tho track Several others were injured but none seriously An engine and seven loaded cars were totally wrecked Tho fault appears to lie with Brakeman Hall of C2 who threw tho switch before tho No train liad time to get on the side track He claimed that Conductor Berry was drunk and gave the signal biit this charge is indignantly denied by the other train men Hall had to flee for his life to avoid being lynched for mak Â¬ ing the claim Berry lived in St Paul and Hickey in Dubuque A NEIGHBORS A Conductors Doily Torn to Ileccs and a Fireman Also Killed in a Collision Dubuque Iowa Dec 7 A collision Â¬ REVENGE f7s Sales ai I Â¬ CHPEARSON BALTIMOREMa For Sale or Heat STORE HOUSE SAIEGR RENT Prof Lofsettes He Puts Arsenle In Iork and Poisons Plvo Persons BntsnNaiiAM Ala Dec 7 In Henry county George 3rown and his family consisting of a wife and three children were poisoned with arsenic The chil- Â¬ dren are dead Mrs Brown will die and Browns condition is critical Several weeks ago Brown had a diffi- Â¬ culty with Carter Irwin but they bo came reconciled and appeared to bo friendly again Three days ago Irwin went to Browns liouse and while in the kitchen stirred a pot of pork boiling on the stove Notliing was thought of tho aruon dui soon alter eating tne porK at dinner the family became violently ill The pork was examined and traces of arsenic wore found in it Irwin llod and is still at large Robbed of Ills Raiment Chicago Dec O Raphaal Michel living at 830 West Indiana avenue was assaulted aud robbed hut night near tho Dearborn street bridge by tliRse un- Â¬ known men and badlv cut about the head After he liad fallon the highway Â¬ men pounced upon him and took lus coat vest pants liat and shoes He was found in this condition by an officer and taken to the Dearborn street engine house where he was furnished with a suit of clothes and removed to his home The miscreants made their escape Destitute People In Dakota Yankton S Dak Dec 9 There are 2500 people in Minor county who aro depending upon aid received from out Â¬ side to enable them to survive the win-Â¬ ter Three oar loads of provisions were sent them from hero yesterday and lurther shipments will follow Reports received yesterday from Bottineau county are to the offect tliat the settlers there aro subsisting upon bran and shorts Upward of 800 aro utterly des Â¬ Clarksonhas signed a contract to play base ball with the Boston League club for three years at a salary of IO0ayear Ganzelfand Smith have abo signed with Boston John W Snurr was arrested at Zinesvillo O Saturday charged with criminally os siulting his daughter w honi he liad taken from the childrens home a few days ago Rev George L Peron intends to resign his position as pastor of the Shawmut univer- Â¬ sity church of Boston in order to take tho leadership of the new universal missionary enterprise in Japan At St Louis an opium eating lover named Clispy shot his sweetheart her fatlier sister and brother and then put three ballets into his own head The giris father had forbid- Â¬ den him to visit her It is feared that Capt Murrill of the steamship Missouri the hero of the lost Dan mark will lose his sight as the result of a long vigil in a fog on his last voyage Ho will certainly lose the sight of on eye While John C Patterson was standing at the Delaware bank counter at Wilmington DeL clipping coupons fro h bonis on unknown man seized his deposit bix contain Â¬ ing some 30C0J in securities and escaped A number of Chicago boys ranging in ago from 13 to 14 years stole several bottles of whisky from a saloon They drank freely and one John Mahoney died a few hours later Several others aro in a critical con- Â¬ dition George Winterkorn a molder walked out into hU yard at Louisville Sunday evening and sent a bullet through lite brain Tho suicide seems to liave been tho result of a combination of domestic and financial diffi- Â¬ culties At Corning Cal at a house of qnestiona nhle character a man named Cimltusky shot Mrs E J Smith of San Francisco smash Â¬ ing her skull and then shot liimulf Both died in a short time Jealousy Is supposed to be the cause At Marion Ind John Leisure and Will lam Bastes pleaded guilty to burglariiin Edward Barretts store at Swazee last Monday night Leisure was sentenced to tho penitentiary for two years and Bastes to sixty days in jail Professor Charles E Wilson formally a member of the Adams county O teachers executive commttee is seriously ill from tho effects of a dose of sulphate atropia whicQ he mistook for morphine Wilson is ad- Â¬ dicted to the morphine habit Asa Howard the driver of a wagon was crippled by breaking through a bridge in Union county O lost August Ho sued tho county commissioners for 5000 damagos The case has been compromised by tho com- Â¬ missioners allowing Howard 050 Hudson J Call of BluaVm O while wan Â¬ dering aimlessly about the streets of Toledo was arrested and jaded by tho sheriff who thought he was demented The next morn Â¬ ing he was all right Call thinks he was drugged with a prepared cigar given him by a stranger to prevent his appearance In court as a witness Louisiana Murderers Convicted Opelousas Dec 7 Thursday af-Â¬ ternoon the jury in the case of the Coulee Croche regulators in which Geromo Mesche was being tried returned a ver dict of guilty and imprisonment for five years About an hour later the jury in tlie case of Lastie Smith and Syphruni Mesche returned a verdict of guilty and Â¬ UNDERWEM EXTENSIVE LINE OF WE GIVE AW AT NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE D BUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS many things of the best qilnlity at our house as at any other pIhcu in Ken tucky We respectfully ask jou In call and examine our stock of No thin Our Anthracite 5 JT i iA JIv5 MsTmiirfd nun mm STOVES Open Fronts are cheerful ornamental nud comforta ble We Keep every stjle in IB 3NTO Cqoking Stoves Pianges Vood and Coal Stoves 3SHort3inpii find wlmt Ihey want in our stock of GUNS tlif most Miootingaiid finest fiubliedgiiiis ever imported to this market We Keep a lurge biniply or 7 ZPXIESI J33IFIE3H337 STOTJIFIFIElIj eiz Powder of any grade and load frhella 10 order at Ihe lowest market prices OUR STOCK OF SZE3IOTI MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS i 11 A XL Tinware Cutlery is Complete I W ARE IBS S 9 9 Iv Call and see us before buying else nhere BRECK FITZPATRICK 24- Jdaiti Ht Richmond Ky OVERCOATS jjsriD INSURANCE HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies North America - Philadelphia FURNISHING GOOD jl1 ROCK BOTTOM PRICES CALL AT THE McEEE la Â¬ - - Massachusetts Springfield -Germania New York Connecticut Uartford - - - New York Niagara - - - - Cincinnati Amazon imprisonment for fourteen years Both verdicts involve hard labor in the The jury returning the penitentiary Met mentioned verdict had been locked up seven days Our people are naturally proud of theie verdicts since the results were brought about without the intervention of the attorney general and the militia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ titute m J afit Tf iared Three Men Fatally Injured LiybkiOOL O Dec 9 Herlrert McCracken ntractor PliiL Brickey carpenter and O M Haines carpenter were terribly mangled by the falling of the new street car building at Salem O Saturday The entire structure fell and the men were taken out of the ruins in Â¬ sensible and bleeding from tho nose mouth and oara All are injured inter Â¬ nally and it is thought fatally Hat Cimipanr Assigns Memphis Tenn Dec 0 The Ander- Â¬ son Hat company has failed LiabiatKS 70000 assets nominally 31070000 East 24 27 Three bottles of B B B cured my wifo of foxliiglnn Ky Kmfntn Mrs It M Laws Zalabn Florida writes I have never used anything to equal II JB 11 Gay Hooky Mount N C writes Jin Not a dny for ISyenrx was I free from head ache It ii It entirely relieved me I feel like another perron James W Ijitimster of ifowklnsvlllr Ua My wifo was in Imd health tor writes Having token a thorough course In eight years Five doctors and many patent int rtloliies hnd done no good Six bottios o Kindergarten under Mii n Adam of Lexington I will open UUUUmed Her Mlsii H Tomlmon Atlanta Oa saya Korjearxl linve suflTervd with rlimiiimllhin kfclney trouble and Indigestion cuitl byfeeble and nervous IJlt It reliev IÂ¬ On Monday September 9 89 oIm Wu ed me although wiveral other medicines hud a pclnml ag my homo on Third Street failed ltev J M Richardson ClarkMon Ark A large aud well ventilatei room will My wife tmnVred for 13 roars with wriun rheumatism and female complaint A laity bo built eitclally for this purpose memberof royeMureh liad beeorured by H For further information apply to B B She persuaded my vMfe to try it who Miss LOULA KUONoTON now says thero Is nothing like U B K aa It 6- 230 N Third Street quiekly gave her relief 23 3 Â¬ Wishing to havo as fewr Goods on hand as possible at iheD A twenty pajre journal published mmillllv tt IYtmrtitn Tfv 1 in tliA- - tho 111year when we take air account of stoakVwckwill from n w opj terestnf real entitle owiiHr mine own -ers miners ruaiiiiMcturerp timber January 1st offer at GREATLY men lumber men and business men of Hi Vfftlltlntl9- - flllirnlltefHl rirnnall 5000 copies Theailverli lnj of farm- i uai iruu nun iimocr lamia ana inaiiu fnctnriiiif IniliiRlrlMH n imunintrt- - Vit crlptlon price 160 per annum To each fiib rilier who remits tlie 8ib OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE DRESS GOODS- - We have a i scrintlnti nrliw will I in wm froonn gam comity map of tlie tilate Utwu variety of The Women Praise D D It rtiiiiuu jum i nmi me prewj retailed al SI 00 No fanner or other buxiuess TheRunVrlngof women certainly n wakens tlie Krmnailiy of every true philanthropist man in the Htle can uflord to be witliTlirtrlext friend however I H H H Bo out either Ihe Journal or the map For tanle Ilood Halm Send lo Blood IJalm Co uij verusmn rle iiourem Allan a J a for proofs HODOES GROOM II 1 Iasxidy Kcmiesaw U writes -- this county has just been convictea of forgery and sentenced to two years in He liad obtained the penitentiary money oa several notes forged on prom Â¬ inent persons of this county Killed by a Switch Engine Marion Ind Dec 9 Martin Spin- Â¬ ner an employe of the Stewart Estcp Company glass factory was rua over and killed last night by a Toledo St Louis and Kansas City switch eiiiLie Twenty Tear to Horse Stealln- Decatur Bl Dec 9 Zeb Kennard convicted of horse Mealing was Fridav sentenced at Sullivan lit to twenty Tour years In the penitentiaiy Ship Burned at Sea London Dec C The new British hip King Robert Capt Rollo Glasgow Augusts for San Francisco haaleen burned off Cains Horn WnxiAjtSTOWN Ky Dec 9 Henry Theobald once a prominent citizen of Forger Oets Two Tears in tlie Mn Philadelphia EOOK BOTTOM RATES Office at Farmers National Bank Oall and see us before placing your insurance BUltNAM IIOME B N Milling properly and country stores a cpecialty 32 31 Pennsylvania - MI Al SMI MDI C W A POWELL MARKED DOWN DRESS GOOD Preparatory to Taking Stool TCK IS T U CKY Real Estate Register AND TRADES JOURNAL REDUCED PRICE Colored Henriettas Fancy Plaids Etc J Â¬ Uovelty Patterns 3erges4 KINDERGARTEN Vi In fact any thins one could wish in COLORED DRESS it Our stock of BLACK DRESS GOODS is very complele atvl wj please the most fastidious Do nob fail to take advantage cf M OUT PRICES GROOKE BENNETT 1URMSTI We also have a few CLOAKS we will ckteettt at cost r b Z j -- iew r v v nOTriB z