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Agency UQr Special attention paid to the sale and exchange or Real Estate and to the collection of all kinds of account 47 46 CRAPSEY 46 AroTiiteots WiaaiNs Udock Cincinnati BROWN O Both nrauehcs Will Probabty Adjourn on Thursilay Until After the Uolldays But Little LcsUlatlou Bxpected tho Work orSovcral Senate Committees WASnnwjxoc Dec 16 Thera are jun tatt thlnja certain in the program of congress for the coming week both house aad senate will pass resolutions rxuttiorithv the payment of the employes before the holidays for their work for the month of Ceeembar and the two houeet will pass iHsarrent rasolution for the adjournmant of congress prob abiy from De 10 until Jan 6 A reso lution providing for a recess between thow dates is already on the table of the president of thft senate and unless some unexpecteJ busuMsB cornea before the two houses or cither of them an ad- Â¬ journment f tlip holidays will be had on Tliursfltty next The houses of representatives can af Â¬ ford to take a recess at this date be- Â¬ cause it lias already accomplished much more tlian was expected of it before tho holiday reason Speaker Reed has sur- Â¬ prised and delighted the older members of the hottM who liave been so long ac ottstomed to iiostponing organization un- Â¬ til the holiday season was over by the appointment of the most important com- Â¬ mittees and even at this early date sjiccuJation is life as to a possible early adjournment of congress for the session say in July next rite tenate will get more actively to work tlmn tbe house during the week Work has dragged a little in the upper boate because the committees had not been reorganized and because until this vork had been done senators did not care to go ahead with the consideration of routine business Tho Democratic caucus will determine the assignment of Democratic senators to empty commit- Â¬ tee places and when the senate meets the reorginizatioli will be effected and the wnatj will be ready for regular work Not much can be accomplished though this i eek Thamost inte osting feature of the proceeding to koi fo ward to is t possi Â¬ ble debate between Senator Butler and Senator Ingalb on tlie race question Senator Butler has introduced in the senate a bill providing for the emigra Â¬ tion of colored jiersons from the southern states It is on the table ready to be taken up whenever tlie senator from South Carolina is prepared to speak on tlie subject Senator Butter lias given no notice of an intention to address tlie senate at any patticular time and he is in fact undetermined when lie will Bpeek but it is not improbable that he will take tlie nmter up some day this week If he does Senator Ingalh who has been preparing material for tlie oc cas on will reply to him and an inter usting dvbate may lie expected one that will pack the galleries of the sen- Â¬ ate Tlie senate committee on territories of which Senator Piatt u cliairman will liold a meeting to hear arguments of the delegates lrom Idaho and Wyoming on tlie liills to admit those two territories to the Union Tliere is evidently an inten- Â¬ tion on the part of tlie committee to brinj this matter before the senate at an early dite bjt it will not come up for general discussion until the holidays are over Tlie senate committee on public lands will probably make a favorable report to the senile on the bill to permit settlers to oht n title to land in towns and cities in Oklahoma and on the bill granting to the state of Kalisos tlie Fort Hayes military reservation Tlie former will likely he called and passed before the end of tha week the necessity for its passage in some form being generally recognized Tlie house of representatives has very little business before it The Silcott committee may make a report before the end of tlie week which will give the members something to talk about It is generally exiocted that Speaker Reed will announce some more committees but lie said yesterday tltat he had not determined whether to do so or not Some deficiency appropriation bills will be reported to tlie house and probablv passed tVIIl Hold the Government Kenpont ible Washington Dec 16 Four of the seven members or a majority of the committee engaged in the investigation of the shortage m tlie office of the late fcrgeftnt-at-arn- i office of the house of representatives have announced to memliers of the house their determina- Â¬ tion to vote for a report that the is a disbursing officer of the government This will throw the burden of tlie loss from tlie shoulders of the members to those tf tlie govrnraent A Freight Wreck Ottawa IiL Dec 16 A bad acci- Â¬ dent occurred on the Fox River line of tho Chicago Burlington and Quincy railroad aoout midnight Friday night A way car and several loaded freight cars were standing on the track at AVedron station twelve mils north of Ottawa when a second freight train oeme crashing into the rear of the first Tlie locomotive way car and several freight cars were totally wrecked and catching lire were burned Fkimos from Tlie wreck communicated to a grain warwouse recently the property ot Ii S Gilbert and this too was burned with its contents Loss to the railroad company 520000 on elevator and grain 1000 Tlie train men all escaped with- Â¬ out ierious injury Imtautlr Killed In n Saloon Siocx City Iowa Dec 16 At 2 oclodk this morning James Rice a cook in Barters saloon in Stanton Nob being angry at a young man named El- Â¬ mer Brwm because he would not treat to whisky delilxntely stabbed the latter in the breast wish a butcher knife kill- Â¬ ing him almost instantly Envin was the diss paled son of one of tlie leading wholesale mercliants of Sioux City The muraerer was arrested Grain Destroyed by Floods Mabisville CuL Dec 16 Tlie high water from the Sacramento river caused tlie Johnson levee to break Sunday morning and the extensive domain of the Sutter County Land company to- Â¬ gether with several thousand acres of valuable land was flooded The loss to grain is estimated by Deputr Assessor Gladden of Sutter countv at about Â¬ x rultes of Dearer County la PirrsBuita Pa Dec 13 In an interÂ¬ view with Jacob Henriei the present leader of tlie Economite society tho members of which have their residence in Beaver county Pa Mr Henriei stated that the published statement that the society had been discussing tbe ad visability of adopting matrimony was false in every particular The matter lias never been liinted at or considered Such a 6tep would be a violation of our religious principles There are moro than twenty members of our societj living but I wont say how many We sometimes adopt members but we do not ask people to join our ranks I they wisli to live like us and are willing to take certain religious obli Â¬ gations we welcome them into our ranks Married people can join our sect if they aro willing to do as we do and adopt our religious principles They must live singly If any of our mem- Â¬ bers wish to marry they can do so but we send them away They no longer belong to oar society There have never been any marriages among U3 We live here in peace IN HARD LUCK The Sacramento River Almost Over Its Banks Residents of the Entire Valley Seriously Alarmed Great Expanse of Country Under Water Many Bridges Swept Away Washouts on Railroads Great Damage Bone In San Xrnncl6t St Locm Dec 13 The following dispatch was received from San Francisco Friday morning Rain continued to fall Thursday and the damage to counties in the central part of the state grows overy hour Thus far the levees above the lower river towns have not been badly broken but many small places aro flooded and tho destruction on ranches is very great San Francisco losses are merely nomi- Â¬ nal though roads and bridges of the suburbs have suffered much The Sacramento Raging The advices from Woodland on the Sacramento river are sensational A disÂ¬ patch from there says The river is a roaring seething body of water and residents of the entire val- Â¬ ley are seriously alarmed Steamers are constantly running up and down the river conveying large droves of live stock to points of safety Senator Fairs R inch In Banger Senator Fairs ranch is likely to be flooded The great pumps he recently put in for the purpose of freeing the place of back water and sweepage are sinking rapidly and are likely to become entirely useless Levees in Danger If the immense levees which cost so many thousands of dollars are broken the whole country hereabouts will be under water The Sacramento river al Chico is still booming Miles Covered With Watei The country between here and Marysville is under water The large free bridge between Butte and Colusa counties over the Sacramento river was carried away by floods The Hanford levees near Durham have broken in two places Tho surrounding country is pretty generally under water Two Children Drowned A man named Barney Linn while endeavoring to remove his wife and four cliildren from the river bank in a small boat was caught by heavy waves and the boat was swamped Two children were drowned Linn saved hi3 wife and two cluldrcn Many Bridges Swept Away A number of bridges near town havo beenswept away and all railroad com- Â¬ munication has been closed by washouts north and south of Chico Â¬ All the Valuable Jewels or the Brazilian Kx Eiupres Stolen Lisbon Dec 12 The ex Empress of Brazil lias received a tekgram from Rio Janeiro informing her that all her jew-Â¬ els lmve been stolen and that the police are investigating the case Tliis loss will be a heavy blow to the imperial family In the collection of jewels were comprised the finest Brazilian diamonds there are in the world If the Brazilian republic should decline to continue Pe- Â¬ dros income tho loss of these treasures will be severely f It as they were looked upon as the chief immediate resource of tlie family Kohert Browninr the Poet Dead London Dec 13 A dispatch just re ceived from Ven- Â¬ ice informs usthat Robert Browning tlie poet died at 10 oclock last night Jtnv siiffAT i n without cr esrFTtPJi ttsss Daring the day he expressed him- self as satisfied with tho success of liis next Volume of poems Mr up to yesterday apparently good son Davis wero held in New Orleans on Wednesday It was tho largest funeral ever held in tho south Cry of Fire Suddenly The Charles 0trom cashier and bookkeeper of Press Raised in an Opera hous9 Tho Pioneer set Minneapolis is charged with having firo to The Tribune building in order to destroy his books He confessed Causes tho Audience to Stampede having stolen 2200 from Tho Press Kansas City complains of lack of cars to Twelve Persons Lose Their Lives and a Number Are Seriously Injured in tho move crops containing 40000 was dropped A package Crush Water Thrown to Check the from a New York Central pay car The man who found it restored it to the com- Â¬ Panic No Real Cause for Alarm Johnstown Pa Dec 11 Tuesday pany rs night an audience of 600 was listening to Young Elliott P Shepard has presented the Womens Christian association of the play of Undo Toms Cabin in Parke New York with a house which will cost opera house An alarm of firo was 3000Xt sounded at 1030 and a panic ensued that Fregbyterian Pastor Hubbard of Auburn resulted in the death of twelve persons N Y Tuesday night gave an oyster sapper probable fatal injury of six others and in his church to every boy between 7 and 17 painful truios to perhaps seventy or years okl in the city Fourteen hundred boys were there eighty more Centennial exercises conunesicrating ttw Tlie Killed and Injured inauguration of the first presldsnt of tha Tlie killed were United States was held in the National E Bigler aged 8 house of representatives Wednesday Chief 3Ir Nestor 25 Justice Fuller delivered an oration Cliarles Friant A girl namsJ Waters whoss father lives in Cincinnati completed a trip Miss Clara Burns 19 to Europ9 without mishap George Homer 11 A proposition to increase the membership George Stonaker 20 of tbe supreme court from nine to eleven Is John Carl under consideration in judicial circles at John Miller colored of Chamborsburg Washington Isaac Falor 60 Charles B Wyten who was recently ar Â¬ Mrs Burns 40 rested at Philadelphia for embezzling 99000 T Fleishour of his employers money lost that sum in New York gunbllng houses Lizzie Claycomb 19 The Chicago Auditorium association at Seriously injured aro Charles Vaughh Albert Owens Mrs Piatt John Heimer Chicago has filed a certificate of increase of capital stock to 2003 000 Mrs Lester Richard Worthington Eleven river piratas eiht men and three A Fire Trap women wero captured near Columbus IIL Tlie opera house is a fire trap and tho It is claimed that iron will go up and Audience thought the firo waa in tho wages will follow affecting 5900J people in building Pittsburg alone The manager tried to quiet tho Crowd Foreign but they fought struggled and screamed The anti slavery conference has resolved like lunatics while tho police attempted to send a congratulatory address to Henry to force them back and it is said injured M Stanley and Emin Pasha Cardinal Lavigerle in speaking of the resome by clubbing them turn of Emin from the interior of Africa Turned the Hose on Em says the plague of slavery now spread The hoe was turned on tho frantic throughout the country andwill that nothing crowd and by this means they were short of concerted action on tho part of stopped in tho mad crush Europe will stop The bodies were taken to the morgue Mgr Saltolli tha papal representative has and the sad scenes of the Johnstown arrived in England flood were enacted on a smaller scale Many cae3 of influsnza have appeared in Tlie firo was not in the theatre but in a Berlin and Vienna and it is feared that the barn in Kernville St Petersburg epidemic has spread to those Five More Reported Dead cities Later Tho opera house horror is An epidemic of fever prevails among em ployes in the Louvre Four hundred of fully as terrible as was first reported Â¬ Items on Various Subjects Especially Prepared for tho Hasty Reader Funeral services over tho remains of Jeffer SERIOUS FIRE LOSSES Nearly the Entire Town of New Carlisle Ohio Destroyed Other Fires Columbus O Dec 16 Between 11 and 12 oclock Saturday night fire started in New Carlisle O destroying almost GO i j the entire town It started in Higgens drugstore and spread rapidly Tho buildings destroyed were Iliggons i drugstore Loumans boot and shoe house Christian Brothers block Odd Fellows block and several other stores buildings and residences The new Carlisle fire steamer gave out and they sent word to Chief Sttmp son of Springfield for aid Springfield sent one fire steamer and hose reel and 1700 feet of hose William Norton of tbe Springfield fire department while unloading the fire steamer had his arm mashed and seÂ¬ verely wrenched Elevator Burned BuffaIjO N Y Dec 16 Tlie Ex Â¬ change elevator with a storage capacity of 310000 bushek the property of Greene Bloomer together with 250 000 bushels of barley was totally de-Â¬ stroyed by fire about 3 oclock Sunday morning The elevator was the most elijribly located and best equipped of any in Buffalo The bailey was valued at 121000 and the elevator at 100000 Insurance as yet unknown CONDENSED TELEGRAMS Minor Events and Little Happenings at Various Places John Shankelton was killed by cars at Bayard O The Sandusky O Wheel works has been absorbed by a syndicate Dr Daniel Ayres of Brooklyn bos given 255000 to Wesleyon university A H Brancher arrested at Canton O for forgery confessed the crime in JaiL Charles Cainan who left Canton O while under indictment for burglary returned to that city and was arrested W W Worthington has sued tbe White Water Valley railroad to recover 37000 for salary as general superintendent Jim Reynolds the colored forger sent to tbe Kentucky penitentiary from Jessamine county for forgery escaped Saturday A mass convention has been called to meet at Somerset Ky Jan 9 1S60 to urge tbe improvement of the Cumberland river by locks and dams About twelve miles of electric light wires in New York city were cut down Saturday for violation of the rules of the board of electrical control The Ohio club ot Valparaiso Ind com- Â¬ posed of over fifty members all natives of Ohio held its first banquet at the Merchants hotel Friday night Alderman Donohue descended from tbe bench at Wilkesbarre Pa and soundly thrashed a man named Shiner who was be- Â¬ fore him for wife beating The epidemic of diphtheria near Morgan town W Va bos become so serious that the county board of health has directed the erection of a large hospital in the infected district The faculty of tho Maryland University Sohool of Medicine displaced the Sisters of Mercy who have hod charge of the Infirmary for the lost eight years and employed a Mips of lay nurses In tho North Dakota senate Saturday Senator Lamoure of Pembina county sharged ex Governor Ordway with giving iml receiving bribes and other misconduct An investigation is expected The large boiler of Randall Brothers Companys saw mill at Covington Tenn sxploded Friday demolishing tbe building and kilting tbe fireman Jones and Mr Stew- Â¬ art one of the firm Two others were seri THE PWJG L7 NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE NEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS CO Are had to suit tie Queens taste But a Qneens pocket boo is not nec- Â¬ essary to buy them o THE PALACE -- i QUOTES PRICES THAT- - Cant Be Considered High it IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE Â¬ ftOBERT BROWmXO Browning was 77 years old and had beed enjoying health Memorial Services at Many Places New York Dec 1 2 Dispatches from tho south show that Wednesday was observed as a holiday in nearly every city and hamlet Minute guns were fired and bells tolled at the principal places and memorial services were held in all churches The mourning decora- Â¬ tions were elaborate The legislatures of Virginia and South Carolina devoted the day to speeches eulogistic of tho career of Jefferson Davis One feature of the exercises was the parade of the military which turned out wherever a company existed Incensed Against Stanley Berlin Dec 10 The majority of the German journals and multitudes of GerÂ¬ mans already bitterlv incensed against Stanley will never believe that tho mis- Â¬ fortune which overtook Emin was tho result of an accident If the lattera papers should prove to be missing some of the incredible rumors which have been several times current respecting Stanley will find believers and the fatali- Â¬ ties which have invariably prevented nnv one from contradicting the explorer will have received another exemplifica- Â¬ tion Terribly Beaten By Robbers Dec 12 Deputy Wabash Ind County Clerk Snavelly received infor Â¬ mation Wednesday of a dastardly as- Â¬ sault made upon his aged mother Mrs A B Snavelly who resides at Archer Fla Her house was entered by robbers who demanded Mrs Snavellys valua- Â¬ bles The lady was too frightened to re-Â¬ ply when thetwb masked men set upon her with clubs beating her fearfully Tho ladys condition is critical Mrs Snavelly is one of tlie pioneers of this section Negligence Causes a Wreck Crawfordjviixe Ind Dec 11 Yes Â¬ terday a few miles south of here on the Vandalia road a local freight and a work train collided in which Fireman Martin Becker of Logansport was in- Â¬ stantly killed and three others badly hurt including Engineer Edward Tritt of Logansport The cause of the col- Â¬ lision was the negligence of tlie work train conductor who forgot the apÂ¬ proaching freight Big Gasser at Portland Portland Ind Dec 9 The Citizens Gas company of this city Friday drilled in a five million well six miles west of Portland THE DAVIS LAND Man Missing A river man named Jostlen who had a small cabin on the bank of the river is supposed to liave been swept away as no trace of him can bs found Extending to the South t Reports from other interior towns re-Â¬ peat the story of floods and destruction although no lives have been lost The latest feature of the storm is that it is ex- Â¬ tending to the soutlu Dispatches from Los Angeles say that the heaviest rain for yeais is falling San Francisco Cible Lines Stopped The streets aro badly damaged on the hillside and the cable lines are stopped by water The water is sixteen feet deep at the Grand avenue power house and more serious damage is expected be- Â¬ fore the storm is over WAS THERE A MURDERT Bloody Weapons and Other Things Found Near Hammond Ind Hammond Ind Dec 13 Further evidence that a murder was committed near the spot where the bloody relics were found Dec 4 came to light Thurs- Â¬ day In tho reeds along the Calumet river was found a rusty hatchet with a broken handle a butcher knife covered with blood ani a package containing a The vest was of good quality and evi- Â¬ dently tailor mode Tlie pockets on the right side and part of the back were burned as if by acid In the left liand pockets were found a small bottle of sticky substance a few revolver car- Â¬ tridges and a letter addressed Dear darling and signed Your loving May C620 The letter was evidently written by a woman It expresses pleasure at tho re- Â¬ ceipt of a letter from Kansas City a de sire to see the addressed and says No bodv believes you done it In another pocket was found a small key a card photograph of a young woman on the FQjjn May back of which is written March 8 1889 The handwriting of the letter is exactly like that of the latter found with other articles on Dec 4 The Other Way A well known Chicago attorney tells a good one anent tlie quick wit and ready tonguo of that brilliant lawyer the late Emery A Storrs It was after the ven- Â¬ erable Justice Skates had left the Illinois supreme bench Tho justice had speculated a good deal and had been unfor tunate He had been sued to recover certain claims judgment had been en tered against him and attachments against his property had been taken out But nono of his property could be found and the attachments remained unsatis- Â¬ fied On account of tho prominence of the justice the case was well known among lawyers Not long afterward Mr Storrs was defending a heavy at tachment suit and tho lawyer on the other side took occasion to cito a certain decision of the Illinois supremo court in support of his position Storrs was on his feet in a moment Whose decision is that ho asked It was written by Justice Skates replied the other attor ney Well said tho witty Storrs Skates on attachments may be all right but attachments on Skates aint worth a centr Chicago Herald A Lexsou In SpelliDg vest The side walls and steps of tho stairway present a sickening Bight being covered with blood Ten bodies are now lying at the morgue and five more of the injured ore reported to have died Tlie cause of the death in all cases but one George Horner was the crushing at the doorway leading to the street in the frantic efforts of the people to get out of the building A heavy smoke rising from a small building near the opera house caused some one to ring tlie fire bell near by Some one in the gallery said to liave been a boy yelled fire and a panic ensued men and boys jumping from tlie gallery onto the heads of the people A gallery seat broke with a crash increas Â¬ ing the fright as it was thought that the building was falling A hundred and fifty or moro people crowded into the narrow stairway at once and were pressed upon so closely that those in front fell in the doorway The stairway was piled full of strug- Â¬ gling people and tlie uproar could bo heard squares away The police fought back those who were trying to get out by walking over tlui unfortunates packed in the stairs A great crowd assembled on the streets and also had to be fought back from the theater exit to give room to remove those lodged thore These latter were so tightly wedged to tho floor and steps that strong men could not pull them out and it was not until the crowd upon tho upperpartof the stairs had been forced back that effective relief could be given to the dead and dying in tho doorway below The Actors Kept Cool k Several persons leaped upon the stage and assisted the actors in their endeavors to call the audience to their senses but for a long timo without avail Tho play was nearly at on end Tho actors beÂ¬ haved with great presence of mind and prevented the catastrophe from being worse Finally the tumult within tho building was held in check and the people re turned to their seats Then progress was made in clearing tlie stairway Tho dead and badly injured were dragged up onto the stage and the others less hurt were helped to the top of the stairs Tho dead were quickly removed to the morgue Several of the injured died whilo being taken to their homes or the hospitaL In all about seventy persons received less serious injuries BLOWN TO PIECES A Terrible Explosion of Nltro Glycerlne PrrTSBURaPa tbem are 11L The French painters Delort and Carrier Belleue have bean coounissioned to paint a panorama of the journeys of Stanley Liv Â¬ ingstone and Eailn Pasha for the worlds Ruchonnet has been elected president and Welti vice president of the Swiss confedera- Â¬ tion for 1800 The report that Dr Birbosa minister of finance uiKkr the provisional government of Brazil has resigned is untrue P3 1 fair o pq PQ LOWEST POSSIBLE i i precedent Mrs Cleveland is still helping her hus Â¬ band She has now taken to parting her hair on tbe left side and is much talked about ouce mare The University of the State of New York has made on LLD of Seth Low Columbias new president Tbe remains of Cok J H Rathboae founder of the Knights of Pythias arrived in Utksa N Y from Lima O Wednesday night They were accompanied by the family of the deceased a uniform escort of knights and several grand and suprems offi- Â¬ cers of the order Crimes and Caiultlcs Bridget Byron the aged widow who was butchered in Cincinnati Monday was un doubtedly murdered for her money The evidence against Brocky Smith charged with the crime is very strong- Frederick S Beehtel a shoo merchant in Scotia N J was shot Tuesday morning by Â¬ Personal The president and vice president attended the formal opening of tho Chicago Audito- Â¬ rium budding The appointment of his son as a page in the senate at 250 a day by Senator Moody of South Dakota is said to bo without ak ail bli to Suit Every Task en rasiyhurt Franklin B Gowen Esq of Philadelphia formerly president ot the Philadelphia and Reading railroad was found dewl in bis room atWormteys hotel in Waaragton with a bullet wound in his bead and a pistol by his side He no doubt committed suicide Weather Indications Fair weather followed by light rain by Monday night warmer southerly winds THE PALACE HAS A BIG LINE OF BOOTS AM SHOES for which it has no room and they mnst go PRICES CURRENT Nbw York Money closed easy with loans offering at 3 percent There were no transactions Cnrrencv sixes 115 bid fours coupons 127 bid do ItHX bid Tho stock market to day was only moder ately active in tne two Hours of business 12663 shares changed hands Sugar ltead ine Lackawanna Missouri Pacific Kansas and Texas Chicago and East llhnots pre- ivrreu iniioua auu imcagp uas were toe features Prices were stronsr throughout and gradually advanced to the close The upward movement was stimulated to some extent by the bank statement which was Quotations from Cinelnnatl and Elso where for December 14 Wall Street burglar At New Haven Ky Monday Willie 1 John- Â¬ O son aged 12 shot and killed Tommie Ford aged 1 The two had quarreled and Ford was attacking Johnson A tornado demolished several houses at Jeannetto Pa No lives lost A storm also played havoc in the vicinity ot Cambridge City Ind Brocky Smith the Cincinnati murderer has confessed but claims that he was crazy when he killed Mrs Byron Ho will plead insanity HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE COMPANY In Good Working Order Some of the Subscribers 850000 BEING EATEN ALIVE Can refer to buiMIng eticcpssfully erected in Riollnniiiil Majvllle 1 S erllng Wincbesier utttl Owingsville 6 1 W MA CKEY AT THE CS- - Xj 3T 3XT 33 OISS -- WITH A Hanflsome Barber -- Shop and First -- Class Barbers Terfect oallffaelfiiH givott to evrv Kf iul altnlltm rIvpii In lrH 9 iJ i uiidrett Also lu my rtiUulO tie frlendn I Ii iv 111 mnvtil HiiLuil I hop JO nivliQnver tt Hie all will jamp In see i vcrytitfixiiui vS7fii OUUIS JOELW MACKBY The Peculiar Afdectlon of George Max Â¬ well of Kokorao Ind Kokojio Ind Dec 11 Prominent physicians of Tippecanoe township Tippecanoe county are greatly puzzled over a mysterious cae that has recently deÂ¬ veloped there the patient being George Maxweu a prominent iarmer oome tune ago the left side of his face began to pain him severely and finally grew extremely red and inflamed His suffer ings greatly increased and the inflam- motion gradually extended until it cor-ered the whole side ot Ins lace trom tho ear to tho law The family physician was greatly puz- zled to account tor tne strange appear ance of the patients face which resem- Â¬ bled a piece of raw beefsteak So ho bad other physicians called in for con- Â¬ sultation and they too were as much puzzled as the other one but decided to subject the individuals flesh to a micro- Â¬ scopical examination and when they did so they were greatly astonished to find Maxwells face full of small worms of a peculiar character which are literally eating away his life These worms are barely discernible to tte Baked gyj bat JBQder aspng glaas Â¬ Â¬ Dec 13 Tlie Davis Land company which was formed for the purpose of purchasing the Arkansas lands owned by the Late Jefferson Davis thereby relieving the estate of financial embarrassment is in good order now and Maj D P Porter the secretary of the con pany is actively engaged in this city in collecting subscriptions to tho stock in the company Among tho subscriptions already se- Â¬ cured in this city by Maj Porter aro John O Calhoun 500 R T Wilson 300 Gen James 500 John H Inman A Wilson who is among the subscrib- Â¬ ers was in command of the detachment of cavalry which captured Mr Davis at the close of tho war Mr Porter is stopping at the New York hotel and will bo pleased to see all per- Â¬ sons desirous of securing shares Parnells PoTerty London Dec 10 Tho Tory papers are making the most of Mrs Parnells avowal of hor poverty and a sum is be ing subscribed for her relief not that the Conservatives care much about theÂ¬ lady but tliat they wish to draw attention to what they desire to be considered the meanness of her son Â¬ New York Pay great attention j j A Settler for Mrs X Tlie other day wo overheard a table conversation substantially liko this What dear you havent heard about it No dearie not a word Why you see Mrs X a very promi- Â¬ nent lady tried to get Mrs Zs another prominent lady cook away from her and actually went to Mrs ZTs house when Mrs Z was away and offered tho cook more money My nry What did Mrs Z do about Well tho next timo they met at a state dinner Mrs Z didnt notice her Somo ono who sat between them said Mrs Z you know Mrs X do you not said Mrs Z I believe not She sometimes calls on my cook 1 understand hut I believo we do not ex Â¬ change those courtesies Waiter anÂ¬ other of the brcadsticks please Washington Post N-n-- spell Ghoughphtheightteau Well according to tho following rule it spells it Do you give it up It spells po spells tato viz gh stand for p a3 you will find from the last letters in hiccough ough for o as in dough phth stands for t as phthisis eigh stands for a as in neighbor tte stands for t as in gazette and eau stands for o as in beau Thus you havo Who will give another Yenowines News What does this ItT The Invalids Hopo Many seemingly incurable cawsof blood poison catirrh scmfnlii cud rheumatism have been cured bv 11 B It Botanic Blood Balm made by the Blood Balm t o Atlan- Â¬ ta Gh Write totliem for book filled with convincing proof U Y B Itnldfcr livine seven nrilcs from Kor several yearg I Athens On writes suffered with running ulcers which doctors treated und pronoiineed incurable A single bottle of B BB did mo more good than alt the docors I kept on using It and every nicer healed D Ii Kluard Son Townllga Gn writes We Induced n nelghlior to try B B B for catarrh which he Ihooslit incurable ns It had misted all treatment It delighted him and eonllnDluglttfuxe he van cured sound and well R M Lawson East Point Ga writes My wife had scrofula 13 yearn hlie kept growing worre She lost her hair and her xkln broke oat fearfully UebUUy ernacUv lion and no appetite fcMMced After physi Â¬ cians nd nameroiil advertised medicines failed I tried UJBB and her recove y was rapid and complete Oliver Becor Baltimore ltd writes I Krtered from weak baolc and rheumatism Jt n l has proven to be the only mclloiuo 27 au drownecL that gave ine relief Cincinnati Near Butler Pennsylvania Wheat 7480c Dec 11 A Butler Pa CORS 284dc Wool Unwashed fine merino ISAlOc Bpecialsays At 915 oclock yesterday swaw medium uelalno J5 D100U coaming morning Butler was shaken from center and clothing 2425cLraid lS420cauediam to circumstanceby a nitre glycerine ex- Â¬ combinsr 2425cileeee washed fine merino A and ZsttSJc medium clothim- - SOa plosion at tho Butler Torpedo companys Labor Notes Sic delaine 3031c magazine two miles south of town The Hay Choice timothy sells atlL5011200 The rival organizations of Ohio miners are explosion occurred when cans were be- Â¬ per ton prairie brings 000ti50 straw talking about consolidation ing put into wagons at the factory t5008LM The leather makers of Wobum Mass James O Woods and William Medill and Cattle Good to choice butchers 325 their wagon and team were blown into have reduced wages from fifty cents to L5Q 875 fair 225800 common L25200 per man per week Fifteen hundred nun are stockers and feeders 2009315 unrecognizable fragments Hoos Selected butchers and heavy ship The factory was crushed down and Involved Some have quit work A large numbsr of negroes havo been ing 8508355 fair to good packing 840 only the smoke stack remains intact 350 common and rough packing brought to work In tho mines at Spring Val8001 The rafters of the magazine fell down 385 fair to good light ley IIL 3503C0 pigs over tho glycerine there but it did not fS25g353 Woods shoulder and right explode SriEEP 22550 arm have been found twenty rods away Lambs 300575 Tho Thankless Beggar A small part of Medills trunk was taken An interesting anecdote is related by Chicago from the top of a tree Tlie theory is Hoas Light that Woods let a can of tho explosive tho Yugend Freundo of King Alphonso 30SG0 mixed 50 305 heavy 350g37U drop when handing it up to Medill who Xsumamed Tho Wise who succeeded Cattle Extra beeves 4J04550 steers was in the wagon A great hole was to tho throno of Leon and Castillo in bulls a2g450 made in tho ground where the wagon 1252 On learning that his pages neg- Â¬ 800 stockers coirs feeders and nuxed SL25 and 2000000 stood BnzKi to ask the divine blessing before lected 275550 Lambs 500fl00 per 100 lbs FORTY TON FLY WHEEL BURSTS partaking of their daily meals ho waa New York In a Nail Factory at Ilarrlsburg Pa A deeply grieved and sought diligently to point out to fhem the evil of thi3 omisWheat No 2 red winter ECc Dozen People Injured 85c Harbisburo Pa Dec 11 Early sion At length ho succeeded in finding January Mixed 34JCc Cons Tuesday evening a forty ton fly wheel at a plan Ho invited tho pages of his court OATS No29dxed 8S5f23Kc January the Chesapeake nail works burst and in Â¬ to dine with him A bountiful repast was spread and when they were aU as- Â¬ jure I about a dozen of the 300 persons Pit sbarg employed in the establishment who sembled around tho tablo the king gave Cattle Unchanged were either struck by flying fragments a signal that all was in readiness for Hoos Yorkers 3 7580 tPhiladelphias or caught in the debits A man named them to begin They all enjoyed the roughs S205a225 Fisher received the most serious wounds rich feast but not ono remembered to aSLJ0 Unchanged Sheep and his death is feared Two other em- Â¬ ask Gods blessing on his food Toledo ployee were severely hurt The building Just then unexpectedly to the thought Â¬ Wheat Cash 82c December 82 was badly wrecked less guests entered a poor ragged beg gar who unceremoniously seated him Â¬ A Great Encyclopedia Sporting Sparks self at the royal table and ato and drank A recent Pekin Gazette contains a meClartson is now reported as having signed undisturbed to his hearts content Sur U morial from the chancelor of the Han three year contract with the Boston prisoand astonishment wero depicted on Ion or Imperial college on tho necessity Leaguo club at 10000 a year According to the Brotherhoods revised every countenance for re editing tho great encyclopedia Tho pages looked first at the king compiled 100 years ago in tha reign of list Boston his signed 14 mra Buffalo 10 Brooklyn 12 Cleveland 12 Chicago 15 PhU then gazed upon the audacious intruder Kienlung and of which only four copies adelphia 14 Pittsburg 12 andNeworYkll expecting momentarily that his majesty in manuscript aro now supposed to exist making a total of 100 would givo orders to have him removed This work the index alono to which con Â¬ The Fire Record from tho table Alphonso however kept sists of fourteen large volumes contains Thompson1 silence whilo tho beggar unabashed by Fin destroyed Beaton great 4lour mill at Lockport N Y Loss tho presence of royalty ato all bo de- - a complete compendium of the classicsÂ¬ and includes also a collection of every 2soo a idred When his hunger and thirst wero thing written and revised by the empe- appeased ho rose and without a word of I rors themselves or published under im imallpox Victims Disinterred HAirrrORD City lad Dec 11 Seven thanks departed from tbe palace perial authority It embraces says the years ago nine peopli died of smallpox What a despicable mean fellow heaven at Eaton eight miles south of hero cried the boys Calmly tho good king chancelor allasknowledge underpast end in a mirror the and reflects Word has been received that on Friday rose and with much earnestness said present night these Iwdies were exhumed and Boys bolder and moro audacious than carried in wagons one mile from tho thi3 beggar have you all been Every Far better than the harsh treatment woods whoro first they were buried to the Eaton cemetery and reburied Great day you sit down to a tablo supplied by of medicines which horribly gripe tlie the bounty of your Heavenly father yet indignation exist over the act you ask not his blessing and leave it patient and destroy the coating of lie without expresalngto him your gratitude ietouiaoli Dr J H McLeans Chills Two Boys Drowned While Skating of Poet Hope Oat Dec 13 Two Jittlo Yes each and all youryou should bo aud Pever Cure by riiihl jei effective conduct which sons of Mrs Joseph Mallett and a son lisartiy ashamed of of E M Mitchell broke through tho ice was far worse than was thopoor beg actum win cure SoW at 50 oents a TbA Little Christian while skating Thursday And were guffs 27 39 Â¬ Jane Dobsoa colored died Monday at Providence It L aged 113 years Justus H Rathbone founder of the order of the Knights of Pythias died in Linn O Monday afternoon aged SO after suffering three weeks from imnram and miligaint carbuncles He will bo buried in Syracuse New York Judge Joseph Dillin the well known Ten-Â¬ nessee Republican died at Nashville Tuesday of heart disease Oliver Johnson tho abolitionist and friend of Horace Greeley Garrison and others died Tuesday in Bro jklyn ased SO years The Death Roll OJ ivvmoic suvrrtujtn invrauJ la ine reserves of Itt7o00 The final figures for tbe railroad stocks showed advances ranging trom x to i per cent sugar trusts closed THE RODESDALE ADDITION 18 NOW OX THE MARKET IX higher and Chicago Gas 1 NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE Mich Cent Atchison 03 118 ELSE NEED APPLY CB C Q L 174 N Y Cent 73 Northwestern HOK C DeL D L RODES xJLXj Ej LOTS a Hudson Ene LakeShore W 1S7X LN Ohio Miss Pacific Mail 276 Rock Island 10SW St PauL 85X Western Union 147 21V 35 87 W t2 KJf Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance is iBtaM inents of 150 on Bat unlay of each week to be paid to Dr W G WliileSeere L Corporation who will receipt for tlie money tary of the lliohraoud B No interest will be charged on the pureha e money until after the exiiratn of 14 mouths from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the pur chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay fw a good lot ut a small price on easy term- - without interest ami free ot efty tax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these Iota ami pay for it without feeling the burden In tlie very near future thb property will be wmtli much more than it it now selling at The city Is rapid I v extending in that di Fur further Information call rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale on W G White E W Wiggins or Strimibk D Pakkisii Rlelimowi Ky Â¬ aa 48- - Â¬ M JfiTE GIVE KEN T UOK1 Y Estate Register AXD AWAY TEADlfS JOURNAL A twenty page journal puMlghetl monthly at Lexington Ky In the in Â¬ Â¬ Nothm terest of real estate owners mltieowH ers millers manufacturers timber RUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS men lumber men and business mea of Guaranteed elrealatloM many things of the best quality at our all vocation house as ut any other place in Ken 5000 copies The advertising of farm- tucky We respectfully ask you to call coal iron and timber lauds ami mimmi facturitig industries a fpeeialty fctb and examine our stock of fcription price SI 50 per annum To each eurj Kjriber who remNs the soo scriptioti priee will be sent free an ele gant county map of the State Idlest edition just from the pres retailed at Open Fronts SI 60 No farmer or other Imbues Â¬ Our Anthracite man in the Hlte can uflnril lobe withare cheerful ornamental and comforta out either the journal or the map For advertising rules uddrex ble We keep every style In - HODGES fc GBOOM LexiBghm Ky Ranges Wood 24 27 Â¬ STOVES and Coal Stoves Â¬ Â¬ Cooking Stoves fm d i r c TjaBfvr u i mm SSrSporUraen And what they want in our stock of GUNS he mmt accu- Â¬ rately shootiugaud finest finished guns We ever imported to this market keep a large supply of mmimm mfyms Hl vtBK M wBs8v2Wz jv irnj 111 new nc UMi8tfioari fc - to ti4i nag tha B- nub IRJ h - Ulw - Uk w i woe- - rvriwt xilii a H4pMIMMI ad rlu and C 1 3lMbI IDUR M4M bb-- M well i irkrf ttsr borMBal wt IW lima m Mf44 9C- - wfag MMT utmlnfftmtia IB nil imt Ho Powder of any grade and toad fhella u r order at tluVlowest market prices SUumiiJiI -- OUR STOCK OF tl lh MK isk fcl u m i Bex e IS IorltamI Maine Tinware HABD BRECK 24- W before Citlerjsis Complete buying etee- - ARE STORE ROOM FOR REIT I ofler for rent my Store Room on Main Street opposite lite Hotel GHya fmII ot doo For further iifcKHatr 3d- - Call and seo us FXTZWRICE RIclkttWtMljKy bttje Warranted - HaitrSi J W MA3C HMriGiystteMBotborSMp THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON rVBUSHEB EVEEY - Editor WEWNESBAT BT The Climax Printing Wji G and lot some two months ago which bad been fur years assessed at 3150 and obtained fori 1660 Excluding my dwelling aud office building the gros rental of the property included in theye bills if all of it were constantly rented which it is needless to add is by no means the cane would be at a fair estimate 87629 per annum and this year the laxex amounted to S879S15 or twenty six aud one half per centum of this gro s rental My experience has shuwu that twenty per centum of the rent is a reasonable allowance to make for loss of income during vacancy insurance water rent aud reairs at that I pay the city nod State over thirty three per centum of the net Income from my taxable prop- Â¬ erty aud this dues nut give me a bias in favor of the present assessment What we wnnt is not merely a new assessment on the old plan but a thor- Â¬ ough change of plan and It U not now a moment Ion ttouu fur ua to consider the priuoipals of the legislation which we shall a K of the next General As Â¬ sembly So long as real estate is valued by public officers and these officers are artisan piace ludders there will be rik tltat influential ixriiticlaiis or their proteges will get their pmtery too low and that everj bmly eltew property was assessed too high since the party In pouer is always intrusted In keep Â¬ ing up the ba In of taxatiiui Ihxi it mny avoid raHing the rate I will permit every owiter f real jwoperty t assess each piece aunuully himself but oblige him to tell it at the price he fixed to anyone Milling to buy within a rea MHiable time uith a right of t the city All property tken for the city or abandoned by failure to axtees Minuld be sold at auction nut later than Alri 1st next ensuing If there are several pertMHts interested iu the tame lot each shall have the right to suggest an assessment and the highet rUggeted shall be aceejited hut the person fixing k must buy out the others if required ou his own basis of value I now wrnie to the quest Ion of per- Â¬ sonal proierty which requires differ Â¬ ent treatment beeause the obstacles which it offers to a fair assessment are liflerettt Realty is easy to discover but hard to value ieroualiy is easy to value but very hard to ili oover w hard that it Is not too miteh to say I think that the great bulk at least of intangible personal projterty beÂ¬ longing to residents of Maryland now esjaes taxation altogether Iu secure a full assessment of per Â¬ sonality H is obvious that annual returns are necessary hut these alone will notsuftice Each return must be t upjdanted by an abandonment to the State of all the property subject to tax athui and not returned including all properly ooiorably conveyed to others to avoul assessment aud the Interest thus abandoned should be sold at auc- Â¬ tion after due advertsement to the highest buWer It is a tolerably safe in Â¬ ference that this purchaser will in uinety iiiue cases out of a hundred when any property has really been uiihlield either openly or covertly be the tax dodger himself aud if full publicity 11 given to each mans re- Â¬ turn it is reasonable tu expect that he will pay not lets than two or three per centum of what he hai in fact fraudulently eoucealed so that it will be eheaper to return his properly and pay a years taxes on it rather than ransom it annually Indeed under this sj Mem the chief difficulty will be I think to get the lelurns mwtle at all tlto e alining to evade ses6fMent will do as many did when an income tax was levied While a law remains unrepealed I believe that it ought to be iiiHexiltly aud Impar Â¬ tially enforced but I wish here to express my opinion that to tax intan glide proper or iu other words debts ami contracts is essentially ab surd and hhjuL troth of this rumor Our latest Itifor mailoir Is to the effect that royalty everywhere Is reverting to the prim Â¬ itive style of The African monarch the Splendid As into baths iu a swallow- Tail coat he descended Unclothed uuabsshed unattended We are certaiu that the blue blood Â¬ ed gentry are walking very exten Â¬ sively at present Dotu Pedro has been ou foot for several days The last of the Bonaparte has almost worn out his Mines Prince Murat has resumed tramping i Iuce Miss Caldwell had decided that he came loo high Mr Harrison is merely keeping up with the procession He is uot Impres ive So many Republican politicians are walking now that the parly cluquers will not applaud The plain people will wonder why he does not pay live cents and take a car He apparrently impresses himself and the Journal and that U all RELIGIOUS CONCERNING FARMERS White Chas S Go Powell Farmers deliveries of wheat In Eng Â¬ Rev Augustus Webster D D aged 83 years preached in Baltimore last Sunday land during past week SSOCO qrs his birthday He is Independent Metho- Â¬ same time last year 54020 qrs dist In Boyle couuty fat bogs go at 53 The Darsie Williamson protracted meet Â¬ ing at the Christian Church this place closed with thirty seven additions and great spiritual good Everybody will be interested in know- Â¬ ing that Rev C P Williamson has accepted a call to preach the coming year for the Christian Church in Richmond The church could not possibly have done better Rev E II Burnam will fill the pulpit in the Baptist Church in this place on Sunday next at 11 A m and 7 r 11 All arc cordially invited Mr Burnam is a most scholarly man and close reasoner He always has a good hearing Â¬ to 325 mules 150 to 175 1 800 to 1300 pouuus at cuttle to 2 cents TRICE IKK YEAR DEC iS 150 18S9 WEDNESDAY George Washington died ninety years ago last Saturday Uneasy lies the head that wears a otowh k a remark the lruutrale of which is now recognised by all crowned heads Â¬ everywhere ELECT MM Mr Richard Godson editor of the Midway Clipper is a candi date for Count v Attorney of Woodford lie is a bright yoang lawyer educated at the University of Virginia and deserves the place Elect him by all means Â¬ ORWYIXG That the South is rapidly grow j rig there can be 10 doubt Observe this from the Baltimore Sun Eigbt erttoM faetarfes 16 batiks and have been Marled Ht Stwth Carolina within a year Corra4iH8 efoiftered between Octo Iwr 1888 ami October ISfiS timnber 82 Hit h sh aggregate capital of over varfows irifcer eterrles iimjmH TAX VALUES Mr Charles J Bonaparte a gives his nephew of Napoleon views o taxation in an article on the fourth page of this issue lie would like to see owners of real estate value their own proporty fur the assessor but be obliged to sell at that valuation in any reasonable length of time should a purchaser appear at the value so How do you like the plan given Â¬ -- FWKL1FE After sitting six weeks the jury in the now wurid famouse Crouin rise at Chicago have found Sulli--laCoughlin and Burke guilty of the murder of Dr Cronin and hed their punishment at confine ment in the penitentiary for life t roiiins body was hid in a sewer aiul at first lie was thought to have lied the country It is the most remarkable case in modern times n Â¬ KENTUCKY WAS THEME The funeral of Jefferson Davis m New Orleans last Wednesday was the largest ever witnessed in the South More than a hundred thousand persons were present and the procession was an liour and twenty minutes passing Lee Circle Bishop Gallaher of the Episcopal Church assisted by twenty ministers embracing many performed other denominations the service Mr Davis being a Kentuckian the Jventuckians were given the posts of honor Bishop Gallaher it a native Kentuckian Governor J C Easle of Arkansas of Kentucky was an ltonorary pall bearer Governor S B Buck ikt accompanied by Governor Nicholls of Louisiana headed the honorary pall beorers Colonel J Stoddard Johnston was a pallbearer H C McDonald of Ken tucky was field marshal Colo nel Leathers marched the delegation from the Kentucky Associa 1R HARRISON WALKS tion from St Charles Hotel to LiFayette Square wltere the pro llBdfctiwpotis SeuilHel owen started Colonel Bennett The esteemed Journal appears very lotuig General Echols ami other much impressed whh the fact that Kentuekiane were present Mr Harrison takes quiet little son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FKEXCH SPOLIATION CLAIMS 1etitttMM t tbe number of 5566 rep rewHiliw 2866 ves efa ami about 50 uuOOOO Uave been filed r court under the act of January Hi 1SS5 commonly known as the French spoliation act Experiesee ItaaetioHD from the trials and fimHacR in this dues of eanea that the findtags for eiaimauts have fallen far below the amounts claimed from which H may reasonably be ooucluded bajs the Attorney General that the tMiinateofSWOOOOOO will exceed the iiuouat for which the government may he ultimately found liable AN TJmj tMit IS0W MEDICAL 151LL tf Dr Nathan R Gorier Robert Garrett of the It A 0 It IL for 3S8 for proteioiial pervtees has been eotit premised at Haiti more By the terms of the compro mise Dr Gorter received SISOuO for liia eight mouths attendance ou Mr tarrett and each t4de fa to pay its owu cuMh Dr Gorter had previously been Iaid SlufKI aitd lie was given a cheek for tlte 17000 additional In October 1SS7 Mr Robert Garrett aud his pnrly left Baltimore fur a trip In the West which finally developed into a tour of tjie work Dr Nathan R Gorter aecompauied Mr Garrett us lilt medkftil adviser having been selected for the position by Prof Alan 1 Smith After visiting California the Sandwich Island Japau India and other place the tourist arrived at Berlin iu June JbSS At this latter place Mr Garrett informed Dr Gorter that he no longer desired ills services and the Doctor returned home Dr Grt tera travelling expenses bad been previously paid by Mr Garrett aud w lien the connection was severed Dr Gorter was paid 51000 and bis passage way home agaiut tMr Â¬ A NEPHEW UF NAIULEUN BONAPARTE TALKS AU0UT TAXES- - The Baltimore Bun of the 4th Inst Mr Charles J Benaparte was be rpeaker at last nights meeting or the Landlords Protective Association Hm subject was How to Obtain a Full and Fair Assortment for Taxation of Real aud Personal Property Mr Bonaparte among other things said I am not here to defend the present system I pay taxes to the city as entire or part owner on seventy seven pieces of real state n the bills in my bands riiow aud after carefully going over lbfce bills I say unhesitatingly thfct I believe at least flfty five of these to be unquestionably overassesstal and abould be delighted to sell every one cf these fifty five at aa appreciable and In wraewwa larce reduction on h ewiBbBt did 6tU a house sajs I walks about the Washington streets NothiHg iu the entire dem- Â¬ It says ocratic structure of our Goverument is fo marvelous aud impressive to the foreign representatives and delegates at Washington as this perfect freedom on the part of the chief executive to go where he chooses aud to determine his own movements without personal danger of public demonstration Is it possible As the Journal is an Fu sjnred orxau of the Administration and as the Administration has just been here witli a fresh assortment of iuHplration we presume that this is a sufficient statement of the impression which Mr Harrison thinks w hen he parades before the residences of for Â¬ eign representatives We would be glad if the President could Impress these foreign gentlemen iu any Way bulwefear that his present system is not efleeiive Most of them are intelligent men and have lived In the United States long enough to have seen other Presidents walk Walking has long been popular iu Washington with the residents The people who paradn In Imcks are chiefly office seekers from Otdo Moreover there is nothing peculiarly striking about the gpencle ofnmedi-um-stBe- d gentleman walking peace- Â¬ fully down street If Mr Harrison should walk down street on stills or even ride on a bicycle he might-recei- ve some notice but plain ordinary walking count 8 for nothing even iu a cake walk We would advise him to learn to walk ou bis bauds if he hopes to draw the foreign representatives from their lairs aud cauie the Shore bam bullet to be abaudoued by the crowds of thirsty Congressmen who bay their red liquor of Mr Morton at twenty ceHts a drink If a lack of gymnastic culture prevents the adop Â¬ tion of this suggestion Mr Hanisou might combine business with pleasure by wearing advertisiug placards when be walks The Postmaster Geueral would probably pay him handsomely for carrying the admonition Go to Wanamakerd fur cheap clothing and nothing could more Impress the for- Â¬ eigners with the 8impleaud unassum ing character of our Democratic insti tutions than a thrifty example of this kind The plaeardK could be printed at the national printing office and therefore weuld oreate no additional expense From a professional stand we are paiued to learn that the Journal wek- ens the effect of its Presidents message byplasiug it next an item describing the Czarcwiizs surprise at the simple habits of King George of Greeee The To see King George item concludes walkabout the streets of Athens un Â¬ attended or to jump inlo a surface car when late for breakfast aud In a hurry to get home was an extraordinary novelty la bla eye Wo question the Â¬ Â¬ Rev Green Clay Smith returned Sat- Â¬ urday from a two months trip to Texas He held meetings at Fort Worth and JACK AND JENNBT ASSOCIATION Bonham and was greeted with large con- Â¬ Au association of jack stock breeders gregations and there were a great many was organized ill Nashville last week additions to the church at both places President Leonard delivered the fol- Â¬ The first sermon he preached at Fort lowing address Worth he was greeted by a congregation It Is agreeable aud encouraging to of fifteen hundred Mt Sterling Gazette meet a few gentlemen who are suffi Â¬ Dr Witherspoon First Presby- Â¬ ciently iuterested in the breediug of terian church of this of theand Rev city jick stock to leave their homes and mins of Richmond Ky exchanged Cum Â¬ pul business to attend this meeting pits yesterday for the convenience of the While we have a common interest I former who is finishing a series of lectures trust we have come together for n at the Central University Rev Cumcommon ptirpue and that we propose mins is a young minister apparently beto put on a firm basis the Jack aud tween 30 and 35 years of age In his two Jennet Association of America Tills sermons of yesterday he exhibited a pow- Â¬ col- Â¬ Association has tor its object the er that is likely to give him eminence in lection and publishing of the pedigrees his calling He Is peculiarly endowed for of jacks aud jennets under rules pre- Â¬ the pulpit and is cquiped w ith a thorough scribed by the Association education He returns to Richmond toThis is a waut that has long been morrow Louisville Post 16th felt by progressive enterprising breed Â¬ Archdeacon Alex Smith D D of the ers but towards the accomplishment of which nothing was ever done in dioccase of New York said that one of this country till In September 1SSS the first things to be met and overcome At that time a few breeders met in was the indifference of a large proportion Springfield III aud organized this of the people and not among the lower Association In October of the same class cither These people felt that there year we met again iu Chicago Our was very little cause for concern in the Secretary will iu bis report give you way things were going in the world and the history of these meetings I regret it was against this indifference that the to soy but little progress has been members of the Christian Church should made The breeders are slow to lake stand shoulder to shoulder The thing hold aud push this work of such vital needed was a fresh baptism of energy and importance to a successful conclusion devotion for the solution of the great It was time to come out into Your directors have no selfish ends iu problems view They are working solely for the co operatiye methods to appreciate the upbuilding of this stock We feel that new conditions of civilization and act to no stock hi our country is of equal cether Such a spirit of union between value They are vorth more per head the churches would have its due eflcct on than any other class of stock aud the the masses while the gentleness and good value of 110 animal depends more ou feeling between the churches themsehes his blood lines and at the same time would lead to final uniop there is no other breediug which is iu The Christian Conference in New York such absolute doubt They have nothing was attended by prominent ministers from but a neighborhood pedigree which is all parts of the Union Rev Moses D entirely meaniuglessa few miles away Hogc of Richmond Va said he was not Only to day I read iu a St Louis paper one of those who believed the world was where Mr W R Allen of that city growing worse tliough he would admit had bought iu the State of California that it was doing so in places He did not thirteen horses most of them one aud believe the pulpit was losing its power two years of age piyiug therefor though some of the men who tried to fill 100000 Is it possible that this lot of it were perhaps losing theirs Yet there stock would have brought this amount was need for work everywhere The rais- Â¬ of money bad their breediug been ing up of the standard of political and unknown It was their bloodlines commercial integrity the reconciliation of being thoroughly attested and that sects and creeds the settlementof thecon too of the very best trotting btraius flict between capital and labor the right that made them command this price education of the youth of the land the It is a well known fact in stock breed arrest of Sabbath desecration the devel Â¬ ing that like begets like iu well bred opment of international law w ith a view stock Is not a fact that there is but to the settlement of questions by arbitralittle likeness or shnularity iu jacks tion rather than war were all problems This is the result uecessurily ol the which might well call lor the power and waut of systematic breeding Other united effort of the church breeders of live stock recognize the Referring to the first communion ad value ot pedigrees even the breeders minUtcred to Mr Davis while in prison of sheep and hogs are 110 louger blind- Â¬ at Fortress Monroe Dr Minnegerode ly trusting to luck The horse man ia his memorial termon at Richmond what shall we say of him He is Va said I found Mr Davis with Iiis thoroughly awake and abreast of the mind made up Knowing the honesty of times I am glad we have such intel- Â¬ man and that there would be could ligent pushing gentlemen who are the be no shamming nor mere superstitious doing so nobly one half of our work belief on the ordinance I was delighted They are making just the kind of when I found him ready to commune mares we want out of which to breed any class of mules that may be de Â¬ He had laid the bridle upon his very natural leeling and was teady to pray manded Gentleman- - let us wake up Father forgive them Then came the aud take udvautage of our opportunicommunion he and I alone but with ties and make the American jack what God It was one of those cases where he should he the paterual ancestor the rubric can not be binding It was oft lie best labor animal this or any night The Fortress was so still that other country ever knew you could hear a pin fall General Miles After some other uuimjiortaiit --business with his back to us leaning against the the meeting adjourned fireplace in the ante room his head in his hands not moving The sentinels 1SEREA were ordered to stand still and they Mr B Johnson has moved Ins family stood like statues I can not conceive of a more solemn communion scene to Richmond for their future home Mrs P Hamilton has been spending But it was telling upon both of us I trust for lasting good some weeks with friends in this place Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No bog cholera In Anderson couuty corn SI 75 per barrel delivered hogs 350 ler hun Â¬ dred 1000 lb steers S3S0 buy S10 per ton steers 3 A Mr Drake of Marlboro S C wou the 500 uttered by the State for the largest yield of com per acre He made 251 bustiels aud 40 pounds ot shelled corn on otic acre He also wins the American Agriculturists prize of S500 for the luige t yield of com hi the Uuited States Messrs J E Delph Sons have siId through ttieir agency for II E Queen of Coviugtoii agent for the legatees of the estate of Mary Overton deed o A M Hawes of New York City the farm of about 230 acres of land about 3 miles from Lexington 011 the Win Â¬ chester pike nt 100 per acre Mr Hawes will use the same for horse stock farm The Louisville Post says James McCarty who lives near Russellville haj a black mare mule that he worked to a dump cart when the Memphis Branch of the L and N Railroad was being graded from Bowliug Green to Guthrie which was iu the year 1S53 aud the mule was then 5 ears old This makes the animals actual age 35 J ears She is in good condition A number of breeders of Boone Kenton and Grant counties have or Â¬ ganized the North Kentucky Agricul Â¬ tural aud Breeders Association the capital stock to be 30000 and Inve located a utile track and fair grounds between Richwoud and Walton at ttie intersection of the Cincinnati Southern and Louisville and Nash- Â¬ ville railroads They paid 115 per acre for the laud Mr Lew Henderson a farmer of Madison canity N C sold in one of the warehouses hi Ashville this week 3500 lbs or loaf tobacco S1401S0 He says he has over a thousand pounds mure which he thinks will sell for even more per hundred The expla Â¬ nation of these large figures is simple Mr Henderson i i a first class farmer knows how to raise tobacco and how to cure it and put it in condition for marketing Baltimore Sun Mr M B Holmes of Liuderdnle county Miss made thirty five bales of cotton this jear on twenty five acres of thin pine laud 011 which he had put twelve tons of fertilizer cost Â¬ ing 320 Tli- - total cost of making the crop including fertilizers was 809 leaving a net profit of S20 4S The cost of picking was 215 but allowing 100 for the cotton teed tlure Is still left a net profit of 70548 Fifteen acres would have been a good yield without any ffitilizer A gentleman who has just returned home from an extended trip through portions of York and Adams counties says the growing wheut is the finest he ever saw at this season of the year last year not excepted The late wheat Iat year turned out well on iiccouut of a sufllciency of raiu throughout the season The rains this tall have filled the ground with moisture and put into favorable condition for n good crop The acreage isaid to be larger tluu last year Hanover Pa Spectator Â¬ home 301 North Broadway Lex- Â¬ ington Ky on Monday December 2nd a m G M Tudor aged 9S years at Deceased had been sick the greater part of last year He was a nativcof this county and was the father of Shelby C iS Nannie A Tudor James B Miller died in the State of Persons who lead a life id exposure nre subject to rheumatism neuralgia Mississippi last week where he had lived and lumbago ami will find a valuuble for probably fifteen vcars He was a son remedy iu Dr McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment it will baulsb pain aud 01 Mrs Patsy Miller deceased this place He rode into a bayou after some cattle subdue iullmmntiou 27 39 and was compelled to swim ashore Con- Â¬ D0YLESVILLE gestion came on resulting in death Burial Mr W P Dunbir and Miss Mary E in Richmond Cemetery Monday Rev E Turpin were married at the home of the Forman officiating Deceased was never His age was about 50 years brides parents Thursday December 12th mcrried iSSo by Elder John Adams The bride is an accomplished daughter of Mr Hay den Turpin near Cane Spring The groom is a prosperous young farmer near Brooks Many peculiar points make Hoods Sar town The attendants were Mr J E saparilLi superior to all other medicines Olds and Miss Amandy Gentry rccoliar in combination proportion PhjslclHus prescrilnj Dr J II Mc Â¬ and preparation of ingredients I fk Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm iu it Hoods Sarsaparilla posscssc3V the full curative value of the they find 110 race of opium or morphia while its efficacy iu curing all throat or best known the vegetable Udc lung diseases is wonderful aom 27 30 strength recullar In Its Hoods Sar- and economy MATRIMONIAL saparilla the onlymedi- etna n which can truly Prof O A Kennedy chcmiit in Cen- Â¬ be said Cj One Hundred Doses tral University and Mist Eugenia Ferrill One Dollar Medicines In larger and smaller bottles of Montgomery Ala will be married to Â¬ require larger doses and do not day in that city produce as good results as Hoods Peculiar In Its medicinal merits Children will freely take Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm un noods Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown and has won for itselt Ike cough syrups it contains uonpium will soothe and heil any disease of the the title of The greatest blood throit or lungs quicker limit anv other pcriner ever discovered recullarln Its good namo remedy 27 39 home there is now Editor Hughes of the Lancaster of noods Sarsaparilla sold In is Iti made News id out again after a dangerous Lowell where than of all other Mood illness tinrlfters recullar In Its phenomc- T nal record ot sales Tulbott died in Bourbon last 0 abroad other preparation we k has attained such popa- - What Occurred Last 12th November TlcSet No 93 drew the First Capital Prize of 300000 in the 2Sltb Giond Monthly Drawing of November 12 1880 In The Louisiana State Lottery It wus sold in fractional partsof twen- Â¬ tieths at 1 00 each sent to M A Dauphin New Orleans La Two to II C Clarke 721 North Campion Ave St Louis Mo two to Max Levin 203 E Third St N Y- - collected by the Bower Bank through Adams Express Co two to a correspondent through Wells Fargo Cos Bank Sail Fran- Â¬ cisco Cat one to Joseph Karas Ml North Castle St Biliiuioie Mil one to the Merchants Bank Topeka Ku one to George Felck 1100 Wet Baltimore Md one to Mrs Margaret Viel lepigue Topeka Kas tic Ticket No 58441 drew the Second Capital Prize of 100000 Ticket No 7752 drew the Third Capital Prize of 50000 and was sold in fractional parts of twentieths at 100 each Two to Gallon National Bank Gallon Ohio one to Jno Byrnes 224 Harnline Street Baltimore Md one to Jas Mixou Osykn Miss one to a deposiler Louisiana National Bank New Orleans La ono to a depositer Metropolitan Batik New Or- Â¬ leans La one In K Ilain 437 Du muine St and L Warnick 224 Tronic St New Orleans La one to P 8 Deragisab Stillwater Minn one to Johu Collins St Paul Minn etc etc The 23Gtb Grand Monthly Drawing w ill take place 011 Tuesday January 14 1890 of which all informatieu will be furnished on npplicatiuii to M A Dauphin New Oleans Li It Â¬ For the Cumix l 3IISS 0ENETEVE ITo mv babe on first anniversary of her birth Novcmbero 1SS9 J My GencVevc Sweet Geneveve That came one year to day With doll like lips and big blue eyes To banish care away She was a little fairy queenr So spiritual form and face That earth 6eemed not a fit abode Bright realms her resting place She came with winters first bleak snovvi My babe sweet GoJIy given She came as noondays brightest rays To make our home a heaven How glittering are the broad worlds gems How-- priceless arc her pearls Yet dearer far than earthly wealth Is my precious baby girl STOP m -- REffl 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS CONSISTING MP She is our radiant Morning Star Our evenings foe and light O Gentle Shepherd guide my lamb Within the paths of right Keep her securely in Thy fold Through all lifes tempting voyage Spare her my little one from sin Sweet Janie Stivers George Hi Is wmarkets H and Plush Jackets Mother AND CLOTH SACQUES DIED At his 35 500 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES 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 COT THE LIFE OUT OF PB JH ecu liar yr m and will say the prices I make on these rcmedIcsSof goods will be equal to 50 cents on the XaV r dollar jf SOW IS TOUR CBiSCE COME IN AND SEE THEM WILL NOT LAST LONG AT TEDS PRICES A 5 v Exposure to rough weather getting wet living iu damp localities are fa Â¬ vorable to the contraction of diseases of the kidnes and bladder As a pre Â¬ ventive and for the cure of all kid ney and liver trouble 11 etliat valuiblo remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and Khhtey Balm SI per bottle 27 39 Si yto gevcr rH - COME IN AND LOOK t Imam Sol people- so steadfastly Do not be induced to buy other preparations but be sure to get the recullar Medicine V3 and confidence among all classes Frank S McBrajer was found dead in a com field Iu Anderson county where he had gone to work LvJMzJ-vsvr-cwX- tj Soldbjilldrugsijts 51slxforSA Prepared oclr C J HOOD CO Apothccarioi Lowell ym Hoods Sarsaparilla IOO Doses One Dollar H J STRENG 52- 20 29 - 110 WEST MAIN STREET IMBTVIBSWllWHaMfJ wgii- - The National Magazine FURNISHING GOODS THIS DEL AKTMENT IS ALL THAT THE iESTIlETIC COULD ASK FOR Things in FIKIHBE jualiytAwairtyTJ For December will contain an Interest ing article by Prof Scheie de Ven of the University of Virginia entitled A Chat about Numerals a note Â¬ worthy contribution to the poetic literature of America will be The Nativ ity a Christinas Cand by F W Haikins Chancellor of the National University of Chicago The Univer Â¬ sity Extension System of Euglaud will prove a timely article The schol- Â¬ arly magazine Is the cheapest of our monthlies being only 100 per year Sample copy 10 ceuts Published the first of each month by the National University of Chicago whose novel teaching by mall will be described in this number Â¬ Â¬ OUR ODD PANTS WE I1AVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF TDESE GOODS AND Folks We Im lfi2 klssl k tho in h Fil tlie Largest or tlis Usi Ik Mm in County IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR eararsss ifmmwg iTiiLfiiaiEriLL Will bo worn a great deal his winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing efTect in finish and color being the natural wool without coloring matter We also liavo SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM 1 MlmWe sell the fSox Shaw knit In - Tlio Art Amateur Mr A foundation Street T Fish is preparing to lay the for his new house on Main Mrs Bcttie Tcrrill and family started for Missouri Monday to make it their fu- Â¬ ture home Mr J II Judy is spending a few weeks in this vicinity buying and shipping tur- Â¬ keys to New York Miss Laura Reeves of Estill county was the guest of Mises M Florence and Fannie Chaney last week George Patterson of Boyd has been made Station agent at Berea and has already moved his family here Mrs Laura Embree from Wyoming Territory has come to spend the winter with her parents J G Fee and wife Mr E J Stowe from Spokane Wash ington has come to pay his half brother P D Bodge and family a short visit Mr John Swinford has erected a house on the hW by the College Cemetery and has a fine iew of all the surrounding country On the night of December 30th will be an entertainment at the Glade Church 7 r M Admission fee only 10 cents Every- Â¬ body invited to attend Miss Alice Stockton from Southern III gave a lecture on Phrenology in the College Chapel and the fojjowing day was kept buy filling out charts for the numer- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ With the exception of the fourth There are many accidents and dis eases which affect Stock and cause se instalment of Harold Frederics serial rious inconvenience aud loss In the far- Â¬ each article is complete In this Irstie mer in Ids work which may be quickly The contents Include study of life in remedied by the use of Dr J H Mo- - the pooresUquartera of New York a Leans Volcanic Oil Liulineiil 27 331 vigorous eud paper by lid ward J Phelps q ex Miulster to Euglaud Rheumatism Is undoubtedly caused by lactic acid a discriminating review of the whole In the blood This acid attacks the field of American humorous drawing fibrous tissues and causes Ihb paius by J A Mitchell the founder and eii and aches iu the back shoulders knees ankles hljis and wrists Thou tor of Life aetory by H C Buiiuer sands of persons have fouud in Hoods editor of Puck a picturesque accnuut barsaparilla a positive cure for rheu of some characteristic Breton festivals matism Tills medicine by its purify Â¬ ing action neutralizes the acidity of aud a sunny picture of life aud accen the blood and also builds uu and tric character on some of the least fre- Â¬ strengthens the whole body It quented of Uio Balniuia Maude Â¬ U are preparing a fine entertainment to be given at the Glade Church during the Holidays The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe will introduce her family to the public Mrs Burdette wife of the late Morgan Burdette died at the residence ot her son Josiah on Friday last at the advanced age Scribners Magazine of S3 years and eight months For many For December is a Holiday number of years she had been a great sufferer with striking beauty aud attractiveness iu rheumatism and for several years her its illustrations aud the text of the ar- Â¬ joints had been so much displaced as to ticles will appeal to the fancy and sym render her quite helpless Her sufferings are all past now and her devoted children pathy of readers rather than to their mourn her but not as those without hopei desire fur instruction iu practical af- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ous applicants The W C T The New York Presbytery met in the Scotch Presbyterian Church to hear the report of the committee on the revision of the Westminster confession of faith Rev Dr Semple the moderator presided President Hastings of the Union Theo- Â¬ logical Seminary read the report The committee say in substance that their con- Â¬ clusions were unanimous and were obtain- Â¬ ed after ample deliberation They reduced the changes to a minimum and made only those which removed what had proved to be stumbling blocks to many honest be- Â¬ lievers The first change recommended was that the third chapter of the General Assemblys overture be so recast as to include only A sovereignty of God in election the general love of God for all mankind the salvation in Christ Jesus provided for all and to be preached to ev- Â¬ ery creature The second change was that the tenth chapter be so revised a not to appear to discriminate against infant dying in infancy and to preclude the explanation in section four which teaches the damnation of the heathen or makes the confession deny that there are elect heath- Â¬ en These were the only positive changes the committee would recommend They added that the presbytery should recom- Â¬ mend to the General Assembly to invite the Presbvterian and Reformed Churches of America and of Great Britain and Ire- Â¬ land to formulate a short and simple creed couched so far as necessary in scriptural language containing the essential end nec essary articles of the Westminster confes- Â¬ sion and this to be submitted to the Pres tyterianand Reformed Churches of the world No new doctrines were needed but a clear statement of the old It was agreed to have the report printed and discussed at the January meeting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Winds up the year in a royal fashion giving us one of its two colored supple Â¬ ment plates a superb picture ot pears over a foot high and two aud a half leet wide It is n perfect facsimile of the original oil painting aud framed it would deceive any one It is really marvelous bow such ti picture which would cost many dollars at any art store can be given away witha mag nzhie for tiiirly five cents together with all the other supplements and scores of illustrations with n letter pres t treating of every kind of practicul art work Oil water color or china paint Â¬ ing wood carving brass bamnierlng book and magazine illustrating and art needlework Price 400 a year Montague Marks Publisher 23 Union Square New York 12 Is an expression you have frequently heard oh the streets of late BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to our store to buy one of our that WOOL MERETO COTTON This is an improvement on the seamless having a round heel and smooth toe with gussets in the instep and heel Wo also have FAX CY STRIPED and COLOR English Balbriggan AXD FINE FALL OVERCOATS S U j Merino Mixtures All colors The last named goods were very popular last K winter and bid fair to bo more so this season B fairs Ambrose Dudley Mann who many years ago wan nu editor In Millersburg died at his residence in Paris France on Wednesday 13th of November at the ripe old age of 80 years Early iu the forties he was engaged iu the com Â¬ mission busluess iu Cincinnati A Dudley Maun was then hi the primeof life and although having no previous diplomatic training was sent abroad 011 secret service of the State Department by Daniel Webster then Hecretary of I State under the administration of Pres ident Ti hr that wa continued during each successive Administration of Polk I Taj lor Pierce aud Buchanan Contin Â¬ uing In the service of the Goverument until the expiration of the term of President Buchanan be switched oil and took8ides with the Southern Con Â¬ federacy In 1864 be was sent to Eu rope by Jefferson Divis as a Confiden Wc tial agent armed with plenary jxiwer to secure the recognition of the inde-Â¬ STOCK pendence of hi Government by the European Powers in which uiiIouhe failed His lust service in behalf of the Lot Cause was as Commissioner to the Belglau Government aud a bearer of di putches to Pope Piu Nouo Hav Â¬ ing secured a competency after the fail- Â¬ ure of the Southern experiment at or Â¬ ganizing a eparate government Col Maun took up bis residence Iu Paris where completely buried out of sight be bus lived quietly until brought into prominence by the announcement of his death by the dispatches of the day We Paris Kentuckian Â¬ who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy but he evidently thought that COVINGTON MITCHELLS store was the place to purchase for he said Ill sleigh ride for them evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy I uio iMpi cu uim isuiucauu iiiiucnuis comprising worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassiracres in the latest styles shades and prices 1 ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels and toes A FH03I lOur Stock t ft B II A an m wmter Clothing LUiBMED SHIRTS is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways I and double breasted Sack suits Wo invito an inspection A Our 25c Handkerchiefs are daisies Our 35c iu- 50 CENTS TO carry the 3 CHILDRENS AND M 111 YOUTHS CLOTHING Handkerchiefs finA FINEST En in Central Kentucky f 2 beauties We 1ave a well selected stock Inner fln1 clinrf nnnt emtn nA x every one of them Mothers give us a call They range in size from 4 to IS veirs- - of Childrens and Youths Clothing 1 1 P if w uu My lh fi i they are g EC Vo PJITTV flEsnrt f ment of Slk Handkerchiefs GOYINSTON I MITCHELL IFXISnE Sick headache wind on he stomach biliousness naiiiua are promptly and agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Â¬ Leans Little Liver and Kiduey PilleU 26c a vial 27 39 Col Wm F Evans who taught In the school wtth James G Blaine In Kentucky died at Danville last week have them for driving riding the street the ball or the reception Aiine line of GLOTBB SPBCilAIffillia Â¬ h Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and TanBucks Dogskins in great variety Perrins Imported Kids stand in tho lead as to style and finish We have them in all shades Hand some lino of Jersey and Scotch Gloves The At wood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterproof Gotton and Cheviot Neckwear Tha finest that money can buy Hats Youmans Stetson and a fine line of Ornsh Goods in all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Bags and Valises Rubber Coats and Hnntins Coats Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches -- a iJ wtfMWK tMl - - TWJBJT r- ftJiVrreh SUPPLEMENT 3- ra xg ulJ 1 - k3 Hs u f RICHMOND boatmen already Saa a song thereon which they snag as they labored at the oar AUo I heard how tho galley that was sent to search for U10 vessel which carried the Syrian merchant had fouudcred with all U- - J COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY gave thorn for him I gave them for Har- Â¬ maehis tbe traitor l Cesie slay ma also thou wioked one I took a step toward her and she thinkÂ¬ ing thatl was about to smite her cried out In fear Nay good Sir rparo me Eighty and six by the holy Ones eighty and six come noxt flood of Nile and yet would I not die though Osiris is merciful to the okl who served him Como no nearer help help help I Thou fool bo silent I said knowest thou me not Know theo can I know every wander- Â¬ ing boatman to whom Sebek grants to earn a livelihood till Typhon olaims his own And yet why tis strange that changed countCDande that seari that stumbling gait Tis thou Harmaehis I tis tltou oh my boy I Art comeback to glad mine okl eyes I hoped theo dead I Let me kiss thee nay I forgot Harmaehis is a trai tor ay and a murderer Here lies the holy Amenemhat murdered by the traitor Harmachisl Get theo gone Ill have none of traitors and of parricides I Get thco to thy wautou I tis not thou whom I did 1 1 yoLUME A REALISTIC in MADISO DECEMBER 18 1889 I UTia-l5-R5S TTjg-- i SUPPLEMENT I NUMBER A 27 dropped swiray A Jtrn tbe river with the ojirrent And having come to tbo mouth On whe e ace yea gtriag ray street little Of the river unchallenged though we passed many resecte we pat eat to sea with a batdhe OiiwboarjigqtT where stroag favoring wind that ere night fresh- Â¬ eeiag t teat peeplo arts ened to a great gale Then tbe sailor men laa stad being much afeared would fain have put nil deaat ut anaMleas said she about and run for tho mouth of the Cydnus I v oil J lf te bb with you ray sweet little onee again bu coukl not because of tho wfidness ef tbe sea All that night it blow I would 1 he ta so wh 700 saM be Iara tore IdaaHnasayiia lata not afraid I o an re a aleee saM she -- There are damjers aeons ay tweet little said I oal 1 he te protest yea saW he I m fearfcwe aad strong and am not dis- Â¬ COLLOQUY tal may IceMaHrearfctelB MM the Y u are barhned naHi ears ray sweet little IxrtmeccnyaiartfaB ntlte m sat tmtat aad seen thoy will XV can-fade 1 IlUaakyeameUktadty satdsfee i y burdens are grteraas ray meet little Vy Vanteas an artere saM he ImsareIeMearytabauV shesald y kaK I eas eafiy said she Fli Tni unhappy and lonely ray sweet little maid Unhappy and leashr saM he Icaacneoryeu aad eestfert and willingly AU time ean f ait I e saM she I SAW A STAB OP WOOD TO WHICH f ttrieusty and ere dawn our mast was car- Â¬ ried away and we rolled helplessly in the 11 twin make you raere happy trough of the great waves But I sat said she wr pped in a cloak little heeding and be cause I showed no fear the saiiors cried out V no carry year sorrows aad euros little wife that I was a wizard and would havecast mo S 1 ShtJr fye mjhOy saM he into the sea but tbe Captain would not At Von may hear all at mine theyre tho bane dawn the wind slackened but ere noon it of ay M eoce more blew in terrible fury and at tho Til relieve yoa most gtaely saM she fourth hour from noon wo same in sight of Mrs J S Le ra ts Ivwies Newspaper the rocky coast of that cape in the island or Cyprus which is called Di nare turn where is mountain named Olympus and thitherwards STRUCK THE PAY we drifted svftly Then when the sailors Ptrist here Rover wo mot be coin saw the ternblo rocks and how the groat S ladows aad oath tag to est all day waves that smote theraon spoutodnpid TimlM fcaek te the camp aad blowlns foam once more they grew mnch afraid Eat Trhtt tbe odds when were struck tie and cried out in their low For seeing that I still sat unmoved they swore that I cerGlory Old hay Ks bard to quit It tainly was a wizard and enma toc strae Lrcn to leave it far overnight forthaeasacriiceto the Ccds of the sea C sch it rerphyry where wo btt It And this time the Captain tras overruled TTilh hard Mack angers stingy and tight and said naught Therefore when they cam etA me I rose and defie 1 them sayiog Ttm little seam that means salration Cast me iorth if yo will but if ye cast Up lor rae sad a hoa9 lor Sae 1 our loBcly years ol half starvation me forui vo shall perish Butt their heads into that streak of blae For In ioy heart I cared little having nr T h how the cetd snow Soar Is sifting aiore any love of life but rather a desire to C irsc oa the wind that it comes just nowl die though greatly I feared to pass into tho Only ray tracks fer trail and drifting presence of my holy Mother Isis But my And fourteen iscies is teach to plow weariness and sorrow at the bitterness of my lot overcame even this heavy fear so H lrd work Thats wtat It ts old Borer That jb Je was swelled to four tines its size that when being mad as brute beasts they Tra plum Rone aad the daylight over seized me and lifting me hurled me into the And wiad that oats lite steel In the eyes raging waters I did but utter one prayer to lis and make mo ready for death But Wi ainftBeTerT Bat that ront mend it it was fated that I chonld not die for when C me we raast take It like men yea tnow O e stop here la the ceM weald end it I rose to tbe surface of the water I saw floating near to me a spar of wood whereto Our oaiy safety is oa the go I swam and clung Ad a great wave cania Thick whos praying la oM Paaaawket and swept me riding as it were upon the To morrow the wires iriH tell her Cornel spar as when a boy I had learned to do in Struck it rsrfe la the Empty rocket the waters of tbe Kile pastthe bulwarks of ScehertaaghiBgaBdcryteBf VfoUfmc the galley where toe f erce faced sailors VThatt YoBvwtf raere Then on cay sbeal clung to see me drown And when dcr they saw rae come mounted on tho wave ril hare te pack yea yea rascal yea cursing them as I came and saw too that Kn h yoare a load I Im getting colder the color of my face had changed for the Theres a tea ef lead ta either shoo saltwater had washed away tie pigment they shrieked w ith fear and csstthemselves Down O God Bat were U to make It I Ah hl Haw this ptaten keeps off the storm down npoa the deck And within a very Drowty drowsy I eaa set skate H little while as I rode towards the rocky And this is so soft asd so warm coast a greet wave poured into the vessel that rode broadside on and pressed her What shoaM Wo Bad JU oaras be won fori down Into the deep whence no ro sho Sleep the Fergetter is kadtletu rose C - old aeg we are dose tor And so she sank with all her crew And Ilcre we wilt rest in that same storm also sank the galley that Charts F LararaU ia Harpers Weekly Cleopatra had seat to search for the Kyriun merchant Thus were all traces of mo lost and of a surety she believed that I was 1 And will yea ceasealt ray sweet little maid And wH yee eh wat year said he I crudely wM aad shall he repaid I SWAM ryr -- CLEOPATRA dead Eelag n Account of the Fall and Vengeance of Harmstchis the Royal Egyptian AS SET KSTH 3T JHB OWS EA3ID By H Rider Haggard Author of King Solomons Mines Allnn Quatermaln She Etc Etc Etc HUctratcd hgr IfXCSOCX nfter CASC tTCOD- - CHAPTZR SX1V ON THE ESCArB OF HAK1IACS1S rHOU HIS JHU3KI CAST FORTH AS JL OITBKIK43 TO THE OODS Or TBK SEA OV HIS EfMOUHS TOT 13UE HI CTPBC5 Or HIS ItSTQKS TO JLXD 07 TBI J3CA9I 07 A1TES- ABOCTHIfi or tacscs rodo on toward the shore Tha wind shrieked and the salt waves lashed ray face as aloao with the tempest I rushed upon my way while the sea birds screamed about my head No fear I felt but rather a wild uplifting of the heart and in the stress of my imminent peril the love of life seemed once again to waken And so I plun ged and drifted now tossed high toward the lowering clouds now cast into tbe deep valleys of tbe sea till at length the rocky headland loomed before me and I saw the breakers smite upon the stubborn rocks and through the screaming of tho wind heard the sullen thunder of their fall and thogroan of stones sucked seaward from the beach Oa high throned upon the mane of a mighty billow fifty cubits beneath me the level of the hiss- Â¬ ing waters above me the inky sky I It was done The spar was torn from me and dragged downward by the weight of the bag of gold and tbe clinging of my garments Â¬ But I or f iliSk I j ny if iSfe ft A XABk i mm heavy cloak of Uennus A merchant may R please thee sir who having bruufifct Rifts from JDexandrin to a lady of the Qveeas houseboWrand having been entertained of the lady new departs to bis caB9yM I answered in a Je nedvoiee Unlph be growled Tie ladies of the Qseees heesehoW heap thoir gucetfi la e Weil tie n tios ef festiyaL The password Sir SttepkBeper Without tho password thou must needs return and crave the ladya farther hospitality jtnfcmjf sir and a right cood word too Ah Tve wandered far and never saw I so goodly a man and so Rreat a General And mark you blr Ive traveled far and seen many Generals Ave MfcfvnyistheiTOrd And Antony Is a good General in bis tray when it Is a sober way and when be cannot find a skirt to follow Ive served with Antony aad against him too and know his points Well wtiI hes got an armful now And ail this while that bo was holding me in talk tho sentry had been pacing to and fro before the gate But now ho sieved a little way leaving the entrance dour Fare thee well Harmaehis and begone whispered Brennae leaning forward and Linger not Bat at speaking quickly times bethink thee ot Brennus who risked his necjc to save thine Varewefl lad I wonld that we were sailing north together and he turned his back upon me and begun to bum a tune FarewoH Brennus thou honest man I answered and was gone And as long aft-Â¬ erward I heard when on the morrow tho hue and cry was raised because tbe murder- Â¬ ers could not find me though everywhere tlKy soacht me to slay me Brennus did mo a service For be swore that as he kept his watch al me tm boor after midnight he saw me come aud stand apon the parapet of the roof that tasa I stretched oat my robes and they became wfogs whereon I Seated up to heaven leaving him astonished And all these aboat the court lent ear unto the history beneving therein because of the great funic of my n aicir and much they fon dered what tbe wcadcr might portend The tale aUo traveled into Sgypt anddifl much to nave tny good name among these whom I had brtraynl for the aaew Isnorant among tbcm before that Isaad not of my will but of the will ef the 6read Gods who or their own purpose wafted mc ts hesvoo And tons cvwi to tlri day the saying runs that Ulr Hnmotfii comes egzln Eeiprf Only Cleopatra though sho thcUTU fiwt was Hiaeh afraid uoahtether ef the tale ami seat an armed vessel to search for tho Fyrias nrcJntnt tat not tefiad him as Ebtiibe told Whea I reached the aUey whereof about to Chralea had tpokon I feund her CapfaJa sail asd garetie srrJJBK te tho wi exmned it hWe3Ke eerie aiy btit eakl saMrht lmaeatoly we S 1 jw ijiij cud presently stood in tbe courtyard oi the great bouse It was baton hour from dawn and nonevrere stirrins The last reveler had drunk h fill tho danoing girls had ceased their TJKttttlU daacine and silence lay upon tee ony I uroiv uvnr kc KaMf auiu tvas challenged bT an ofll ccr oa CTiard wrapped in a Who passes raid tbe voice MADB my way down jgm tbe stalr3 In safety abapia hired myself cat as a sailor giving 107 labor la retcrn for passage and wc passed ap the Nilo And from tbe talk of men I learned that Cleopatra had come back to Alexandria drawing Antony with her and that tosether they Kvod in royal state in the miace on the Lochias Indeed the knee Wbo art thou and bow art thou named asked the rough bearded sailor I am an Egyptian traveler whose ship hath sunk In the fury of the galo and Olym- Â¬ pus am I named I answered for Olympus these people called a mountain that wo had sighted and therefore I took tho name at hazard A nd as Olympus henceforth was I known Here with those rough fisher folk did I abido for the half of a year paying them a litUe out of tbe sum of gold that had come safely ashore upon me For long was It be- Â¬ fore my bones grew together again and then was I left somewhat of a crpplo for I who had been so tall andstraightandatrong new limped one liiflb being shorter than the other And after I recovered from my hurt still I lived there and toiled with them at the trade of fishing for whitherl should go or what I should do that I know not auditor awht fain was I to become a peasant fisherman and so wear my weary life away And these people entreated me kindly though as others they feared me mnch holding me to be a wizard brought hither by the sea For methinks that my sorrows had stamped so strange an aspect onmyfr that men gaxing thereon grew fearful of what lay beneath Its calm There then I abode till at length ono night as I lay and strove to sleep great restlessness came upon me and a mighty desire once more to see the broad face of Bihor But whether this desiro was of the Gods or born oi my owe heart not knowing I can net tell Bo strong was it at tho last that before it was dawn I rose from ray bed of straw and cfanhed myself in my fisher garb and because I had no wish to answer questions thus I took farewell of my hum- Â¬ ble hosts First on the weU ctesncd table of wood I placed some pieces of gold and then taking a pot of flour I strewed it in tho form of leUer wriUng TUtgift Jrcm Olympi the SjypUau isfto returns Jaio tbt te Then I went and on the third day I came to the great city of Balamls that is also on tbeaea Herel abode in the fishermans qcartertfll a vessel was about to sail for to the captain of this vos Alexandria as selamaaof Paphos I hired myselfwinda sailor We sailed with a favoring and on the fifth day I came to Alexandria that hatefai raty aad sew the light glaring on its golden domes Here might I not abide Bo onco again I struggling furiously I sank Now I was under the light for a moment streamed green through the waters and then came darkness and on the darkness pictures of tho past Picture after picture all the long scene of life was written here Then ia my ears I heard only tho song of tbe nightingale the murmur of tho summer sea and the music of Cleopatras laugh of victory followed rae softly and yet moro soft as I sank away to sleep Once moro my life came book and with It a sense of deadly sickness and of aching pain I opened ray eyes and saw kindly faces bending oer me and know that I was in a room of a imildod house How came I hither I asked faintly Of a truth Poseidon brought thee Stranger answered a rough voice in bar borons Greek for we found thee cast high upon the beach like a dead dolphin and brought thee to our bouse for we are fishor folk And here matUnks must thou llo awhile for thy left leg Is broken by the force of the waves 1 strove to move my foot but coukl not It was true the bone was broken abevo tho sd who being In ul things hat of all things understanding and of all griefs knowlcdce cust the wolght or Thy mercy against the scale of tny vlldomg und maxothebalanco down woe her crew and tho tale that the Queens as- Â¬ equal Look up upon my my and measure It count tho sum of repentance tronomer Ilarmachis had flown to and tak Thou of tho flood of sorrow j nolo Heaven from the roof of the houso at that sweeps my soul away O Thou Holy Tarsus Ad the sailors Wondered because I sat and labored and would not sing their whom It tvas given to mo to look upon face ribald songs of the loves of Cleopatra For to face by that dread hour ol commune I they too began to fear mo and mutter con summon Thco I summon Thee by the mys- Â¬ ceraing me among themsolvos Then I tic word Come then in mercy to savo me or knew that I was a man accursed and set can in fury to mako an end of that which no moro be borne apart a man Whom none might love And rising from my kneos I stretched On tho sixth day wo drew nigh to Abouthis where I left tho craft and right Tit my arms and dared to cry aloud tho Word of Fear tho which to uso unworthily glad were th sailors to see mo go And death with a breaking heart I walked through is Swiftly tho answer camo For In tho the fertile fields seeing faces that well I silence I heard tho sound of tho shaken knew But in my rough disguise and limp- Â¬ sistra heralding tho oominr of the Glory ing gait none knew me At length I came Thcnattlij far end of tho chamber grew as the sun sank near to the great outer pylon of the Temple and hero I crouched the semblance of tho horned moon gleam down ia the ruins of a house not knowing lug faintly in the darkness and twixt tho golden horns rested tho small dark cloud wherefore I had come or what I was about In and oat whereof tho fiery serpent to do Like a lost ox I had strayed from far haek to the fields of my birth and for climbed Aud what If my father Amenenihat still ence ofmy knees waxed looso in tho pres- Â¬ the Glory audi sank down boforo lived surely he wouMtuni his faco from me I dared not go into the presence of it Thon spake tho small sweet voico within my father I sat hidden there among the broken rafters and idly watchod tho pylon tho cloud Harmaehis who was my servant and my gates to see if perchance a faco I knew should issue forth But none came forth or son I have heard thy prayers and tho hast entered in though the great gates stood summons that thou one dared to utter with whom I have wide aud then I saw that herbs were which on the lips or growing twirt the stones whoro no herbs communed hath power to draw mo from had grown for ages What could this bol tho Uttermost No more Harmaehis may wo Was the Tempio deserted Nay how could mo bo ono In tho bond of lovo dlviue for away or thino hast act the worship of tho eternal Gods have Thereforethou putthis long silence- owncome after I ceased that far thousands of years had In terrors and per- Â¬ day by d y been offered in the holy Harmaehis clothed lightly place Was then my father dcadl It chance ready for vengeance for notof ran Isis bo drawn from tho halls her well might be And yet why this silence Diviidty where were tho priests whero the Smite Goddess Smite answered I worshipersl No more could I bear tho those doubt but as the sun sank red I crept llko and pivo mc over to longer who wreak Thy vengeance for no can I bear tho a bunted jackal through the open gates burden of my woe and on till I reached tho first exeat Hall of And If Pillars Here I paused and gazed around here upon tliou canst not bear thy burden this earth camo tho soft reply me not a sight not a sound in the dim and how then shaltthou bear the greater burden holy placet On with a beating heart I went that shall be laid upon theo there coming to tbe second grcst hall of pillars where I had been crowned Lord of Jofilcd and yot nnpunficd into my dim realm of death that is Lite and Change unall tho Land still not a sight or a sound Nay Harmaehis I smite not for Thence half fearful of my own footfall so ending am I wroth that thou hast to terrible dd It echo in the silence of tho de not alltho awful word which calls medared to down serted Holies I passeil down tho passage of uttor Uaurluu Hormaohis I praise not I the names of the Pharaohs toward my faÂ¬ thee reproach thers chamber There still swung tho cur- Â¬ ward and not for I am tho Minister of retain oer tho doorway but what would Decrees punishment and the Executor of mid if I give I give In silence there be within also emptiness I lifted I smile in it and noiselessly parsed in and there in his any ifnaught will silcncotodo I smite Therefore I add thy burden by the carven chair Lt the table whereon his leng weight of heavy words though through thee white beard flawed down sst my father It has como to pass that soon shall Isis the Aracneainut dad in his priestly robes At Egypt Thou first I thought that he was dead so still ho Mystery bo out a memory in bo thy punish- Â¬ and heavy shall sat but at length lie turned hi3 head and I bast sinneddid warn ment saw that lis orbs were white and sightless and Inas I kingdom thee both in the flesh my of Amenti But I told He was blind and hi faee was thin as tbe face of a dead man and woeful with age and thee that tlioro is a road of repentance and surely thy foot nro set thereon and grief walk with a humble Ietoodsltll and felt the blind eyes wan Â¬ therein mast0 thou bread of bitterness till eating f the dering over rae I oonU not UTeak I dared heart timo as thy doom bo measured let si ak te hint I would go and hklo my sueh Hare I then no hope O Holy ef afresh bad turned aad grasped cur- That which is done Harmaehis is CSono A ready the I can shall be n when in a de slow voice my father normore its issues 1 altered Khcm as uo bo f rcertl all Its temples are the r age tiiine Srhher thou who wast my sou and desert dust strange people shall from new to age hold her hostage and in bonds rt a lrit r Vtoo hit rer tii- - Harmaehis pe Not religions sholl ariso nnd wither within the fwToo Kaon baikM en her ram then bare I drawa Ha from far shadows of her pyramids for to every world race and age the countenances oi way 14 in v iiu b ivi I held r life ii the God s are changed This Is the tree that c If11 I hyn iiy fty lfall creepliig dowi shall spring from thy seed of sin Harmaoncpv llaiKs Mko teie footfall of ehis and from tho sin of tboso who tempted iiefr theel CU a y f hor I Taspod astonished Alosl IomnndoneI I cried Thou art Mica Iwt Yea thou art undone and yet shall this How Si 1 fciow tWl id calwsfctbou be given to thco t y destroyer shaltthou -f hstwhob-ctJTrdiur k rV Knough destroy for so in thepurposoof my justice tfcto i I 1 brought thee hither is it ordained When tho sign comes to Vint I kaew I lice net Yeod thee ariso go to Cleopatra and in such cC the iu veuM that I hMt been biased manner as I shall put into thy heart do visible cro I c ow taee down from the Heavens vengeance on her I And now for my carso and shame vorabof Sect to be thyself ono word for thou hast put Mc I st Xtrc of Xjcw tnd tbe from thee Harmaehis and no moro shall I moaned Is ooino faco to fac with thee till cycles Oh spesk thou n it thus I m biroi already more than I can k bonce tho last fruit of thy sin bath ceased hear Am I Yis myself betrayed an l utterly to be upon this earth Yet through the outcast tto pitiful my father 1 vastness of theunnumbered years rememBo piUiBil te pitJol to thee who hath ber thou this that lovo Divine is love shown so great pily I Thy pity twas which eternal wlrrh can not bo extinguished gave up noble fcV pa to die beneath the hands though everlastingly It bo csfinged Reof the tormentors pent my servant repent and do well Oh not that not that I oried while there is yet time that at the y traitor that to die in agony with dim end of ages onco moro thou niayestbe his lart poor breath proclaiming Iheo his gathered unto Mc Still Harmaehis though murderer honest aud innocent Be pitiful thousecst Mo not still when ho very tothoe who gaveth all the flower of Kliem name by which thou knowest Mo has as the price of a wantons arms thinkest a meaningless mystery to thoso who thou that laboring in tho darksome desert shall bo after thee still I whoso hours are mines those noble ones In thought aro pitiBe pitiful to thee eternal I who have watched Universes ful to thccHannachlg by whom this holy Temple of Abouthis hath wither wane and neath tho breath of been ravaged its lands seised Its priests Time melt Into nothingness again to gathscattered and I alone old and withered left er and rebornsny thread the vast maze of space still I shall I companion theo to count out its ruin to thee who hatb poured the treasures of Har into thy lemons Wherever thou goest In whatever form of lap who hath forsworn thyself thy country lifo thou livest there shall I be I Art thou wafted to tho farthest star thy birthright and tb7 Gndsl Ycathu3 in Amentis lowest deep in art thou buried lives in deaths am I pitUul Accursed bo thou fruit of my loins 1 Shame bet y portion Agony thy in sleeps in wakings in remembrances In oblivions in all tho foyers of tho outer end and Hell receive thea at tho last changes of tho Spirit still Whero art thou Yea I grew blind with Life in all the weeping when I heard the truth sure they If thou wilt atone and forget Mo no more I strove to hido it from mc Let mo find thee shall bo with thee waiting thine hour of redemption For this is tho nature of tho lore that I may spit upon thee thou Kenegade and ho Divlno wherewith It loves that which doth thou Apostate thou Outcast partake of its divinity and hath once by tbe rosQ from his seat and sbrggarcd llko a liv- Â¬ ing wrath toward me smiting the air with holy tie been bound to IL J udge then Har- Â¬ his wand And as ho camo with outstretched maehis was It well to put this from thee to earthly woman And now arms awful to see suddenly his end found wintheprlzeof to utter the Word of Power him and with a cry ho sank down upon tho dare not again ground the red blood streanlng from his tilltheso things bo donol Harmaehis for lips I ran to him and lifted him and as be this season ioro thco well As tho last note of tho sweet voico died died he babbled Ho was my son a bright eyed lovely away the fiery snako climbed into the heart boy and full of promise ns the spring and of tho cloud Now tho cloud rolled from now and now oh would that ho were tho horns of light and was gathering into tho blackness Tho vision of tho crescent dead Then came a pause andthebrcath rattled moon grew dim and vanished Then a3 tbo Goddess parsed once moro came tho faint in his throat and dreadful music of the shaken sistra HarniHcms ho gasped art therol and all was stil Yea father I hid my faco in my robe and oven then Harmaehis atono atone Vengeance can still be wieaked forgiveness may still though my outstretched hand could touch tho chid corpse of that father who b id died be won Theres gold Ive hidden It Atoua she can toil thee ah this pain I cursing mo I felt hope come back into my heart knowing that I was not altogether Farewell And ho struggled faintly in my arms and lost nor utterly rejected of Her whom I hod was dead Thus then did I and my holy forsaken but whom yet I loved And then father tho Prince Amenemhat meet togeth- Â¬ weariness overpowered rae and I slept I woke tho faint llghia of dawn wcro er for tho last time in the flesh and for the creeping from tho opening In tho roof last timo part Ghastly thoy lay upon tho shadowy sculpt- Â¬ CHATTER XXV ured walls and ghastly upon the dead face tub UlSt KisrtiY or habxachis the calj aud long whito beard of my father the ISO DOTO OIT THE nOLT ISIS BT TnB W0IO gathered to Osiris Â¬ I started up or teae tius frosuss or I3ip tick bering all things and wonderingrememIn my comiko or Atoua xsd tbe woods or heart what I s hould do and as rose I beard I ATOUA a faint footfall creeping down the passage CROUCHED upon of the names of the Pharaohs xxfstiteCrSi the floor gazing at W lal la mumbled a voice that I tho body of my dead know for tho voico of tho old wife Atoua Why tis dark as tho nouso of tho Dead I father wuo had lived tocursomo tho ut The holy ones who built tshis Toraple loved terly accursed whilo not tho blessed sun howovcr much they tho darkness crept worshiped him Now wheros tho cur- Â¬ and gathered round tain Presently it was drawn nnd Atoua en- Â¬ 11s till at length tbe one peadand I were alone tered a slick in face hand and in the other Her wjs somewhat more in the black silcucc a basket end her scanty locks wcro some SnSc3S wrinkled Oh how full the misery what moro white than aforetime but for that hour Imagina the rest sho tvas as sho had ever been Sho tion can not dream It stood and peered around with Tier sharp nor words paint it forth Once black ryes for because of the shadows 03 vrM Tnnm IT TT v wretihnrlnfns I Ik yet naught could sho hoc -- A imitf wwir ft mflr nf flenth Now where is ho aho muttered Osiris glory to his name send that he was at my girdle wherewith I might cut sorrow and set my spirit free has not wandered In tbo night and bo blind I tho thread of Free ahfroelofly to faco the last ven Alack 1 that I could not return before the gcancoof tho holy Uodst Alas 1 and alas 1 I dark Alack aad alack what times havo didnotdnratodie Better tho earth with wo fallen on when tho Holy High Friestand all its wees than the quick approach oi the Governor by descent of Abouthis is tboso unisagined terrors that hovering in left wiih one aged crone to minister to his my poor boy O Harmaehis dim Amenti wait the advent of the fallen infirmity I groveled on the ground and wept tears thou hast laid troublo at our doors Why or agony for the lost unchanging past whats this Surely he sleeps net thero twill bo his death I wept till I ouldsveop no moro but from tho upon tho ground sHence came no answer no answer bat tho Prince I Holy Father I Amenemhat awake eahees of my grief Not a ray of hope Sly ariso and she hobbled towards tho corpse Why how Is it By Him who sleeps lios soul wandered ia a darkness moro utter than that which was about ma I was for Â¬ dead untended and aloue deodfdcacU ard saken of the Gods and cast out of men Ter- sho sent her long wail of grief ringmgnp ror took hoid upon roe crouching in that tbo sculptured walls Hush woman bos till I said gilding lonely place hard by the majesty of tho awful dead I rose to fly How could I fly in from tbo shadows Oh what art thon I sho cried casting this gioemf how find my path down the Wicked man hast thon passages and amid the columns And down her basket whero should I fly who bad no placa of murdered this bolyOno the only holy One Egypt HSteJy tha cursa will fall on refuge Ooueueral crouched down asd in the great fear grow oa me till tho cold Bweat thee for thou gtfjjiip Gods do seem to havo ran from my brow and my soul was faint forsakencs cowntafiur hour of trjnliroft Is within me Then in my lost despair I their arm long an drtainliSjWjKPwrpc prayed aloud to lsis to whom I had not avenged on him two HntSKMulI their anointed I dared to pray for many days Look on me Atouffl cried I cried put away O Isis Holy Sloths Tricked waadoror Look ay I Thy wrath SBd f Thlna lullnito pity O ThottRll pitiful faearksnrto tho voice of tho who hast dared thlsHft I dead Harmaehis angaisk of him who was Thy sou and is n trailer nud 1aaaVsr away and Asnen- is murdered and sscvaut but who by sin hath fallen from erahat his holy t kith or Ida I Xb ri faa of Thjlove 0 throned Glery sow Im all ale Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liH--iei1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 -1 Â¬ W irf 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 solltiido wore away the grossnoss or my A HOCUSED INSECT flesh and with the eyes or tho Spirit I learned to ok deep into the heart of things How Cnckrairtirs Are Contlfrnefl to a laving UrTa by a Wicked Fly till the joy of Wisdom fell like dew upon my soul Although cockroaches aboaad ineoaven Soon was the rumor wafted abont the city Iontly at tbo Mauritius it was not without that a certain holy man named Olympus pity that a nter for the New York Ledger abodo in solitude in the tcmbs of the awful saw tbcm consigned as they freqaeaUy Valley of tho Dead and hither came people were to a living grave by a wicked looking bearing si k that I might cure thorn And Insect much resembUn a Spanish fly It I gve my mind to the study of simples was impossible to witness his proceedings wherein Atoua instructed me and by lore combined vilth his glittering biueaod green and tbo weight of though I gained great dress without imagining tbe selfish demon skill in medicine asd healed many siek And of a pantomime leading an innocent victim thus ever rs time went on my fame was to perpetual entombment In some haunted noised abroad and it was said that I was cavern also a unurieian and that in the tombs 1 Let the cockroach bo movicr ever so bad commune with the spirits of the dead briskly across the wall he no sooner catches And this indeed I did though it is not sight of the fatal insect not a quarter ot lawful for mc to speak of these matters bis siso than ail energy leaves him and he Thus thon it came to pass that no more stands stupidly resigned Tbe fly then need Atona go forth to seek food and water walks up to him looks him hard in the faee for lue people brought it more than was and presently putting forth some appar- Â¬ needful fir no foe would I receive Now atus that stands him in the place of a finger at Crst fearing lest some nvght in tbe and thumb gentry takes the cockroach by hermit Olympus know tha lost H maaebis the nose and leads him daintily along for a I would only meet those who came in the foot or two Leaving him there he eom darkness of the tomb Bat afterward when menees a thorough examination ef the nurse I learned how through all tho land twos neighborhood beatmg the ground up aad Peoco woman peace I slew not my held that liarraacfaia was cortwnly no down like a well trained setter and not more I came forth awl sat in the mouth finding what he wants returns to the father ho died alas I even la my arms I Ay surely and cursing thee Harmaehis I of the tomb and ministered to the sick and cockroach and louda him oa a lit- Â¬ Thou hast given death to him who gave thee at times calculated nativities for the great tle farther when the same process life Lal Utl I am old and P ve seen many And UiU3 my ftme grew continually till is gone through sometimes for hours a trouble but this Is the heaviest I never atleoglhfiKk journeyed even from Memfi unUl the whoe wall has been examined likathe looks of mummies but 1 would I and Alexandria to vht me and from them Chinks there are in plenty but they do not wore ono this hour Get thee gone I pray I learned how Antony bad left Cleopatra suit h m He has taken tbo measure of the for awht e and Fulvia being dead bad victims bulk and means to lodge him com thee Presently a suitable hole is O d nurse reproach rae nott havo I not married Octavio the sister of Cajsar Many raodiously other things I learned also found and tho fly moving backward gent- Â¬ enough to bear And in the second year this I did I dis- Â¬ ly pulls the cockroach after him into his Ah true true I did forget Well and what is thy sin A woman was thy patched tho old wife Atoua disguised as a last home What horrcre are perpetrated in this bane as women havo been to those boforo seller of siinplzs to Alexandria bidding thee and shall be to those after thee And her eek out Charmfoii and if yet she dark recess can not be more than surwhat a woman I Lal lal I saw her a found her faithful reveal to her the secret mised The object undoubtedly is to enNo doubt the beauty such as never was an arrow of my way of life Uo she went and iu the gage him as a wet nurse fifth month frost her sniliag returned bear- poor cockroach is bored in some part not pointed by tho evil Gods for destruction for ing Clurmious greetings and a token And vital and ejrgs laid ia him a pari And thou a young man bred as a priest an ill training a very ill trainmgl Twas she told mc that shehpd found means to see which Ins succulent motherly frame is peculiarly adapted And not improbably 111 talk bad let fall the no fair match Who can wonder that sho Charmion and mastered thee Come Harmaehis lot mo namo or Harmaehis speaking of mcas one during tbe vicanons incubation he is sup- Â¬ kiss thee It is not for a woman to be hard dead whereat Channiou unable to control plied with food until tbo eggs with which being hatched com- Â¬ upon a man because he loved our sex too her grief wept aloud Then reading her be is impregnated much Why that is bat nature and heart -- for the old wife was very clever mence in turn for his services te gnaw Naturo knows her business oiso had she and held tho key of kuowlelge she told his bowels their receptacle It is in vain that daring tbe scene above made us otherwise But this is an evil ner that Harmaehis yet lived and sent her case Knowest thou that this Macedonian greetings Thereupon Charmion wept yet described we urge the cockroach to seek The poke or a stick is Queen of thino hath seized tho Temple moro with joy and kissed tho okl wife and safety in flight lands and revenues and driven away made her gifts bidding her tell me that disregarded he seems dead to all hints tho Priests all save the holy Ameu over sho kept her vow and waited for my nay move him to another part of the wall Â¬ be waits there with tbe same stolid indifSo emhat who lies here and whom sho left coming and the hour of vengeanco ay and caused having learned many secrets Atoua re-Â¬ ference the return of his tormentor Prob- Â¬ I know not why ably a sly thrust is given him ia the first tho worship of tho Gods to coase within turned again to Tape And in the following year came messen- Â¬ meeting of the two cae leprous distill tbeso walls Well hes gono hes gone and indeed ho Is bettor with Osiris for his gers to me from Cleopatra bearing a sealed ment dropped into his car for he has en- Â¬ lifo was a sore burden to him And bark roll and great gifts I opened the roll and tirely the air of being hocused thou Harmaehis ho hath not left thee read therein TAKEN FOR A BEAR CSeepofra to Olympus the ltwmc 1 Egyptian empty handed for as the plot failed ho gathered all his wealth and it is large and utio dxodkth in the ValUv ef Dtalh by An Old Contlaman Clad in For rnrelshes hid it where I can show thee and thino The fame of thy renown O learned Sport for a YmiBr XVlluw Olympus hath reached our oars it is by right of descent Tell Londoa It was a fine autumn Talknottomoof wealth Atoua Whero thou then this to us and if thou tallest says the Little Folks aftcrnoca in and the Magazine aright greater honor an wealth Shalt thou zoological gardens at Regents Park were shall I go and how shal I hide my shame How shall we pretty full cf visitors considering the time Ah true true here mjiyst thon not havo than any in Egypt abide for if they found thee 6urely they win back tbe love of roblo A atony who is or year Some new attractions had quite woutd put tbetf to the dreadful death ay bewitched of canning Octavia and tarries drawn away tbe crowd from tbe bear pit even to tho death by tho waxen cloth ur long from us and the bears naturally offended at fiudhig And herein I saw the hand of Charmion I will hide thco arid when the funeral rites no cne there to take notice of them lay of the holy Amenemhat have been per- Â¬ who had made known my renown to Cleosulking in the darkest comer of their den formed we will fly ikQrtlfe and cover us from patra greatly to the disappontment of an old the eyes of men tillthete sorrows are for- Â¬ All that night I took councl with my gentleman in a far coat who poked hi gotten Lal lil it is a sail world and full wisdom aud on tbe morrow wrote my head through one sido of the circular railing of troublo as tno Nile mud is of beetles answer as it was put into my heart to the that guarded the mouth of tbe pit in his Come Harmaehis come destruction of Cleopatra and of Antony eagerness to get a look at them All at And thus I wrote once something fell plump upon the brim ot Olifmpul the Egyptian to Geepatra the his fur cap making him start as if he had CHAPTER XXVI been shot Hwl some one thrown a stone on TnB urn or niu who was named the QuuhI Go forth into Syria with oao who shall at him He was lifling bis eyes to look for LEArnTED Olrxrsg IS THE TOMB Or THE nAnPEHSTHATlSnTTAPR be sent to lead thee thus shalt thou win his unknown assailant when a seeood misOFHlSOOONSSI TO CLKOIATICA 01 THK XGSSAGB Of CHAR Antony to thy arms again and with him sile alighted full on his nose aad as it fell JIION AND OF THB IM9913Q Op OLTMrCS gifts more great than thou canst dream at his feet he saw with amazement that it DOWN TO ALEXANDRIA And with this letter I dismissed the was a huge luontel of a current bun The messengers bidding them sbaro the next momeat a third piece rebounded HESE things then presents sent by Cleopatra among their from his shoulder while r fourth almost camo to pass For company big enough to make a supper for a school- Â¬ eighty days was I So they went wondering boy hit him in tbe eye and then three or hidden of tho old But Cleopatra seizing on the advice to four pieces in succession fell upon him as wife Atoua while which her passion prompted her departed thick and fast as if the sky were snowing the body of the straightway with Fontcius Capito Into buns Growing angry as well he might Prince my father Syria and there tho thing camo about as I at this continuous bombardment the old was made ready for had foretold for Antony was subdued of gentleman looked savagely round him and burial by those her and gave her the greater part of Ciiieht espied just on tho other side of the bear skilled in the arts of the ocean shore of Arabi Nabathsea the pit a young mac taking deliberate aim at embalming And balm bearing provinces of Judaea the rov him with another piece of bread I say r young fellow cried bo angrily just have when nt last al things wcro inors of Phcamcia the provinoe of Ccalo done in order I crept from Syriatho rich Isle or Cyprus and all the done with that nonsense tviil ycnT Alth And to the twin sound of his voice the young man started my biding place and made offerings to the library ol Pergamus spirit of my father aad placing lotus llow children that with the son of Ptolemy Cle- Â¬ rubbed bis eyes with an air of uttor be- Â¬ ers on his breast went thence sorrowing opatra had borne to Antony did be Impi-Â¬ wilderment and then came running round And on tho following day from whero I lay ously give the names of Kings the Chil-Â¬ tho cireclar raling to where tbe old gentleof Alexander Helios as man stood Im sure sir said be hur- Â¬ hid I saw tho priests of tho Temple of Osiris dren or Kinprs I beg a thousand and of tho holy Shrine of lsis como forth the Greeks name Ra tbe sun and of Cleo- riedly and confusedly pardons for my rudeness but to tell the and in slow procession bear bis painted patra Selene the long winged tho moon very short sighted and when I truth Im Those things then came to pass coffin to tha sacred lako and lay it neath Now on her return to Alexandria Cleo Â¬ saw you through the railing in your fur the funeral ton t in the consecrated boat 1 coat and cap I really mistook you for one saw them celebrate the symbol of the trial patra sont me great eifts of which I would of tho dead and name hint above all men have none and prayed rae the learned of the bears m 9 v just and then bear him ttence to lay him Olympus to come to her at Alexandria but CLEANLY SAVAGES by bis wife my mother in the deep and It was not yet time and I would not But splendid tomb that ho had butlded near to thereafter dil sho and Antony send many 4Iany of Them Think a Solly Hath Is ltvHlly Xrctisatty tho resting place of U10 niubtltoly Osiris times to me fur couasel and ever I cun whero notwithstanding my sins I too seled them to their ruin nor did my Cleanliness is a virtue which is not sap hope to sleep ore long And when all these prophecies fail posed to be practiced to any large extent things wero dono and tbe deep tomb sealed Thus the long years rolled away and I among unciviizod peoples It te a fact Â¬ tho wealth of my father hating been re- the Hermit Oiyrapu3 tho dweller in a however thnt f omfl tribes are moved from the hidden treasury and placed tomb the eater of bread and the drinker of cleanly in their habits aad in this respect In safety with the okl wife Atoua I fled water became by strength of thowUdomT aro fur superior to many people who live ia disguised up the Nile till wo came to Tape that was given me of the avenging Power civilized laud In Stores of African tribes Tbobes and here ia this great oily I lay once more great ia Knvm For ever I grew thodahy bath is rcTardod as a necessity of r while till a place could be found where I wiser us I tratoplvd the desiras or the flesh fife and the first duty of the sommg Is to should hklo myself oeueath my feet and turned my eyes to bathe in tbe river or little stream that Sows near the natirs viUage Maay Africans And such a ploco I found For to the Heaven north of tho great city aro hills brovn and At lengih right full years were accom- Â¬ ako never think of eating without washing rugged and desert valleys blasted of the plished The war with the Purthisas hud their ban J3 and faces after the meaU This sua and In this place of desolation the Di- - come and gone and Artavisdes Kfaig of habit is widely practiced and rot only among suci advanced peo boon lrd is ArmeniH nno Pharaohs my forofathers hollowed tho streetshad Alexandria triumph through pio as the Waganda but am ug small of Cleopatra had out their tombs in tho solid rock whcreol visited Samos and Athens and by her and less promising tribes rxithe Conga 01 Â¬ tho most part aro lost to this day so cun- counseling the It may surprise soma people to learn that been ningly have they been hidden But some driven like some noble Octavia bad from tho use ot tooth brushes is known la all discarded concubine are open for the accursed Persians and the house of Autoay at Rome And now parts or Africa The African is noted for other thieves broke into them in search of st bis fine white teeth but he does not keep folly tls last was the measure of treasure Andono night for by night only Antony fall even to the brim theFor of them white without aa effort The tooththis did I leave vay biding place just as the master of the world had no longer the good brush used by the nsiivo African consists dawn was brcaking on the mountain tops of a short stick of fibrous wood which is reason in Ceopatra was he tft I wandered alone in this sad Valley of even of I had Iwoa kcU And thereforelost chewed until tho fibers at theeadreeera as in Death llko to which there is no other and the event did Ociarfanns declare war blabrisUos Toe natives spend considerpresently camo to the mouth of a tomb hid able time rubbing the eod of this little stick ilea amid great rocks which hereafter I tgainst him And as 1 slept at night In the chamber of over their teeth Mr Ashe says toot the know for tho placo of tho burying of tho Wanyamwesi who have spicmUd teaUi Divino Barneses the third of that name the Harpers iu the tomb of Pharaoh that is soktom have the brushes oat of their by Tape there cauro to me a vision of my now long gathered to Osiris And by the mouths the faint light of the dawn creeping through fatherme aged Amenemhat and he stood Wo would think it very hard Hues wera jver leaning oa his staff and spoke tho entrance I saw hat it was spacious we coinpelied to try to keep dean without saying and that within wero chambers On tho soap But many Africans have their soap Arise my son th houro vengeance following night therefore Ireturned bear- Â¬ s at uaud Thy plots ht ve not failed thy too which though it is soft and rather ing lights with Atoua my nurse who dirty in appearance answers Its purpose been kearl By tho bidding ever ministered faithfully to mo as prayers havoas she sAt u her galley at the very well Tae Wegauda for instance when I was little and without discre- Â¬ it the Gods placo asbos In plantain leaves fclued up in And wo searched tho mighty ight of Actium I JU C ha Lcart el Cleo- Â¬ tho form of a funnel Water is poured tion n tomb and came to tbo great hall ot patra with fears so that she fled with ail and is caught as lye in another vessel the sarcophagus of granite- wherein her fleet Now Is tho strength of Antcsy Thon fat is added to the lyo and tbe mixture sleeps tho divino Barneses and saw the broken on tho sea Go forth and even as is boiled down The process is almost exmystio paintings on tho walls tho symbol shall ho thy mind so do thcu actly the same as that usod by our farmers In the morning 1 awoke wondering and In tho manufacture of soft snap There Is of tho Saaka unending tha symbol of Ra tho sun resting upon tho Scarabaius the wont to the mouth of tho tomb and there littlo doubt that it was Introduced into symbol of Ra resting upon Noutthe sym- Â¬ coming up tho YaIlcyI taw the messengers equatorial Africa from Egypt and the Sou- Â¬ bol of tbo Headless Men and many others of Cleopatra and with them a Roman guard dan N Y Sun What willyo with ma now whereof being initiated well I road tho I asked sternly mysteries And opening from tho Englands Quick Firing Guns This Is bo message of the Queen and of passage I found chambers whereAntony ansvred tho U pt In bow on wero paintings beautiful to behold and great So astonishing- - are tho results whclh of all manner of things For beneath each ing low before me ferlwas mean feared hava been obtained from tho 47 inch The Qneen doth cemmand thy quick-firinchamber Is entombed tho master of the of all men gun that it promises to su- Â¬ ho who presence at Alexandria Hany times bath craft whereof tho paintings toll was the chief of the servants of tho craft she sent and thou woufcist net came now persede the ordinary Mnch and 6 inch breece loaders And doth she bid thno to ocra T and that swiftly The Trafalgar and in tho houso of tho divino Rameses on tho walls of the last chamber on the for sho hath need of thy couoaei Nie now completing at Portsmouth And if I say Kay soldier what then left hand side looking toward tho hall of wore originally intended to carry a These aro my orders most holy Olymtho sarcophagus are paintings exceeding secondry armament of 6 inch guns beautiful and two blind Harpers playing pus that by forcolhriugtbee upon their bent harps oven before the God I laughed aloud By force thou fooll but it has now been determined to Mou and beneath tho floor theso Harpers Uso not such talk lest I ami to theo whero provide them with the same number wbo harp no more aro soft at sleep Hero tiou art Know thehI can kill as troll asr of quick firers and workmen are en-Â¬ thon in this gloomy place even 10 the tomb CUKM gaged In altering the port3 While bo answered Pardon 1 beseeehr of tho Harpers and tho company of the I say but thoso things thatl again tho Medea mounts six 6 inch dead I took up my abode and here for shrinkiar breech loaders the modified Mcdeas to eight long years did I work out my pen am bid Weil I know it Captain Fear not I be laid down will have only two guns anco nnd make atonemont for my sin But Atoua because sho loved to be near the come of this nature and six 47 inch quick So on that very dry I departed together light abodo in the chamber of the Beats firing guns The Barham Barrosa chamber on the right hand with the aged Atoua Ay I went as se- Â¬ that is tho first side of tho gallery looking toward tho hall cretly as I imdeeree sid the tomb of tbe Barracouta Blanche and Blonde will divine Rameees knew me no mora And be entirely armed with tho now guns of tho Sarcophagus And this was the manner of my lifo On wit h mo I took all the treasure of my father and as a set of four carriages for tho every second daytho old wife Atoua went Amenemhat for I was not minded to goto same weapon has been dispatched from forth and brought from the city water and Alexandria empty handed and as a supÂ¬ Portsmouth for tho merchant steamer auohftoj as Is necessary to keep tho Ufa pliant but rather as a man of msoh wealth from failing and also tapers made from fat and condiUes Now as I went I learned Teutonic completing at Belfast there is And ono hour at tho time of j sunrise nod that Antony following Cleopatra hadhr every probability of tho 47 ich pattern ono hour at tho time of suatet did I go deedfled from Aatiura and knew that the ol gun being adopted for the mercantile forth also to wander in the valley for my end drew nigh For this and many other marine The difference in tho compar healths sake and to bbvb my sight from things hod I foreseen In the darkness at ative rates of fire between the present foiling in tho great darkness of the tomb Tape and planned to bring about Thus then I oaase to- Alexandria tad j breech loading service ordnance and But tbe other hours of the day and night E2TQwkeaIeiknbed tho mono tain to watch entered into a bouse which had been made of tha new guns confers an important advantage upon tho latter moro espe-Â¬ the coarse or the stars I spent In prayer ready for mo at the palace fates And that very night came Chaxwiea unto cially in staving off a torpedo andiaeditatwaacd sleep till the cloud of attack me Charmion whoni for nine long years XI sin lifted from my heart and once moro 1 6 their power of peratraUcn IsISO my had sot seen drew near lo the Gods though with Isis great that nothing hut aa armor clad fro xa cosxisurol heavenly Mother I might speak no mora I can withstand the hail of projectiles And oxaeediDgwiae I grew also pondering on all the larataries whereto I bMd lheksv 8aT3 Iw tatehjwHc of tufechargiiig A creat jsaa in- - tbey are TStHjfcs For ahMteeace aad prayer and aef ivyfal 1iW5 Broad Arrowy Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Tal 1 Â¬ Â¬ JlPlfWrCl 1 MM Â¬ Â¬ avge NATURAL CONCLUSIONS Thualq Other Tiro SaiM 2eBte ITh now Ho Oftm JhmtcHt a IMasonest Old tax XbombUo Imrihi WoaMR to TUue y- People I have often been aehed bow J remember hna mastIntending to vist aa Be prepared to me the faces of all the passengers on a train aad tell whether toey get Ut at the experiences As Eagfisa gentleman tails right station or try tocbeat the company by tha following story af his iiaariaacii an sock an occasion riding farther that their ticket designated go the asvuia It does require a great deal of ex periaaea to theIoontwiah tosaid over vis tor hut ia to the nans way handle a long tram of heavily loaded coaches and not alknr a deadhead to slip mingle with the patients as if I wciemÂ¬ - surgeon or eves one of themthrough The most difficult passengers are officer aladies By takirgaff a shawl and hat aad selves By so doing I shall be belter enabled donning a diTercr t garb they change their to judge of their Intellectual slate aod of appearance completely And then ladies their progress in the direction of samy With pleasure said the doctor tt who are riding a aort distance aad there Â¬ hi Saturday aad we usually have a daaca fore do not change their bealgear always on Saturday night If yon go lata tha ball- Â¬ wear hats that look alike Women follow we call it yoa styles closer than men Their dresses will room astalking without win sea them mac reserve be out in tho same style and they even iag and a sanoed Woalditboobjeclicnabletfl carry similar style of parasols and travel hag bags In those cases I remember a lady with them asked tha visitor Not st all waj tho reply sometimes by any peculiar feature of drees Tbo straager walked into the ballroom such as a feather ia her hat a flashy brooch or ri bon trimmings ay And you aad selecting tho prettiest girl he saw tar a Â¬ would bo surprised to know the number of partner was sooa keeping ap a vary aniwomen who consider it only anions fraud mated conversation with her Intaeeoorse to cheat a railroad company out of tbe fare of the evening he said to the doctor Do you know that girl in the for a ride There is a small town on with nine spots oa is a very waits dress earmaaenael it my run where several women get been go to every day aboard to a Ivolife talking to her aad I oaa not forÂ¬ me discover m what diaad soul of county seat a few mike away ta the do shopping About the time that I open rection her aental malady lies Of aaorso saw at once she was mad saw it hi tho the door to collect faro- - some of these wom- Â¬ I en are suddenly absorbed ia viewing the odd look of her eyes She kept looking at landscape from a car window as if the sae so oddly I asked her if she did not country were entirely now to them and they think she was the Queen of Eaglaad or were adnucng its beauty for the first time whether she had not beca robbed of a large 1 suppose vScj think they will impress me fortnne by the Volunteer movement or that tbey have been oa the train for some jilted by the Prince Wales aad triad ta find time and had never seen the country before wt tae cans of her lunacy hot cooM not and that I would pass them by and they she was too art fuL Very likely answered thaaactar Ton would soon arrive at the county scat and alight Some of them become so enraptured see she is not a patient aba b oaa of tae with tbe beauties of the landscape that I boose maids and as sane as yoa are Meantime tbe pretty houinaM went to have to top them oa the sbonldcr several times and cry Tickets please 1 before her follow servaats aad said pattens Have you seen the new Bos he magic spell is broken and tbey re tall luctantly open their purses One day an been dancing wiih me A fine mad mana as old lady from this littlo town got aboard and with beautiful whiskers bat as she looked intently through the window and March hare He asked mo if I waaat the Volunteer hadnt Queen of England if a was apparently oblivious to zay presence of fortune sad I passed oa through the coach and said robbed me of Ta largediJnt want hiwhalhui many ales nothing to her I inadc several tripe through the Prince He is mad feat It x pity soak a Sae the coach on purpose to see how she would ae man London Telegraph act The moment I opened the door she young would suddenly be attracted by some sight LEPROSY AND PORK through tbe window Finally I walked up and tappnig her m tbo shoulder said A Iieifof Cttrrent Thrcughant xtarepe la Madam thats a line farm out there and I the aifaMla would like to own it but fare plenae I In MM the master and fcinaiuoi af the She felt leper hospital sued the sworn batchers of dont wish to slight anybody cheap to use a Hocsiar phrase and ever Troyes for default of their annual gift of after that time she is always ready to pay twenty five bacon pigs sad they wera or- Â¬ her fare when she rides on my train St dered instead of the contribution ia kind Louis Globe Deeaocrat to pay to the hospital m everr futore year the sum of 13 silver marks m tbe lnaaa of a doses cups of fine silver stamped with UNFORTUNATE PERSONS tbe Paris hall mark gut aad hammered ia Individuals Who 3aho EiwmlM Where the best fashion Ibis was again later on QTer Thtty May Go commuted lor a- payment of 300 nVres in There are some children who sees as if coin which were slid paid by tha earaors they coukl scarcely move a step without thn of butchers to tho general bespit ail of breaking or spoiing sooicthing Whatever the town as late as 1750 This botchers or a fragile nature thoy lift or handle they pork tribute bears some farther comment are sure to let fail or knock over What- Louis IX found a leprous monk feeding on ever they attempt to do they do ill so that pork aad the Turks of the Levant to this it would hare been for better let alone If day say that the Greeks contrast leprosy introduced i to a garden their feet find it from eating the intolerably aad salt park of quite impossible to keep off the parterres the country There is no doubt that the and their fingers to abstain from plucking disease of pigs which wo know as measles the flowers Ia the parior they are perpet- Â¬ was called leprosy that is ladrtrtt ia the ually reiaiu unearthly screams from cats Middle Ages and it would seesx that there and dogs on whose toes tails or feehngs was a bebaf that it w 4 the same as the they have tramped or setting up younger human disease and that it was r imnni- children than themselves into squalling fits eabie te mas by eating pigs fiesh It in consequence of pinches cuffsand bruises weil knows that this leprosy or which they infiict to all appearance unconcould he detected under tha pigs tongue sciously Wherever they gotheircoursei3 and these two facts would appear to have marked like that of a hurricane by the been tbe origin af tha toogua iaaaactora wreck whk h they leave behind AniU Iock the lowKoyeaT whoa active working seems to attend them ia all positions and before 1333 is proved by aa ordiaaaoe of all circumstances and so many and so bitÂ¬ the Provost of Paris dated fat that year ter are the complaints which they give rise When leprosy diminished in the human to that one at length almost pities even subject the inspection of pork became more while suffering from them lar as Lo Grand dAnasv testifies in his The enemy makers are a class a good deal Vie Prirea des FrascaiV 1 317 Prof like this department of the juvenile world Skeat it is true maintaias that the We would define them as persons having term meeei whica we hava seen above an unfortunate aptitude by word and deed asmezel for a leper boa nothing to do with to give offense to their feUow creatnras tbe word measles hot this leading fact each of whom so offended becomes of abont the pig djeue seems to hava escaped course a deadly fo for life Enemy makers him Da Conge In his Observations oa are often very meritorious persons We have the Life of St Louts says that the asms known them possessed of some of the most a form of zacsei and --drt a boar a leper popular of the virtue besides being clever were synonymous Tho assertion that thj and amusing In their general conduct low Latia nout awnfi- - a leper came from adjeettTO and even in their general manners there the very classic diminutive may bo nothing exceptionable But all this mjlse iM wretched miserable pitiable i is of no avail against the leading peculiar- Â¬ almost beside tho question Oornhtil Mag ity Every now and then they commit some asine blunder or niter some speech which throws PRAISE WELL BESTOWED one of their neighbor into irreconcilable hostility This person becomes of coarse Camwta 2fe ef VmmUU CWmaienita a focus or center for tbe diSuaton of unfa- Â¬ It Mm HUcrlmlnartii Bat mi vorable sentiments respecting the offender Just praise is never ill bestowed Bat inÂ¬ Ha speaks ill himself and engages aa assay setter oi his friends to do likewise aa posalble discriminate praise is only oao grade nadis Thus a single wry word will perhaps create than indiscrlmicate censure The thing a soore of ill speakers It Is needless to re-Â¬ enmiaating critic if sack a being ran be helpfaL all mark how these foci will at laagsh become soon losessense power of in which truly dcrininst so BuaMraas as to absorb nearly the whole There is a f the offenders neijrhbora leaving him ing praise is ahrays high praise Xsny a krpt upca a hardyonewho is willing to keep on fair child a any a man mdeed low plane of Bfe and is practically a use terms with Lim N Y Ledger CONDUCTORS TALE Tk kg Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ jut JAPANESE Aro iriet4Ht Oisa jrNRIKlSHAS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ are very scarce in Japan and people in poor or even moderate circumstances nut walk when they travel or e sense a jaarddaha This hi a curious name for a very simple contrivance a two wheeled gbc with very large wheels and made very fight The motive power l a native Japanese who gos into tbe shafts and polls tbe vehicle oa at a lively rate Thirty years ago the Janocese had two ways of traveling One was by boll oarU and the other was by chairs or baskets suspended Between two pates sad carried oa the shoulders of two men and this method Is still in nse where the roads are very steep The jinnkiaha was practically introduced by the first Engiih settlers in Japan who brought out two wheeled carriages with them and the jlnnkiaha simply a copy oi these on a smail scale On gcod roads a jinrikisba will keep ap a rate of seven or eight mile an hear toe several hours When the roads are had It fc customary to havo two men one af wham pallswithaaord ia front The caiaiao far one man is tea sen an hoar which is aboat ten cents If a person wishes to keep his carriage in Japan he can 60 aa ret y cheaply the rate fora jinriknai and a man by the week be ing only about In the country he rate Is generally ehaisd aeeordiag tc bo distance sod costs about a eent a- mile Â¬ To Muacular Native Hones and draft aaimalsof any kind IrpeiiHl by Oao ot less and hopeless element ra society be cause he is treated as though he hod no higher aspiratiens no finer sentiments no worthier motives It is not unquoluu d and unstinted praisa that scih a person asks aad needs bat jast discnmusaUoa Many a foolish aad flighty young maj in society would be lifted up and made useful by the mere knowledge that bis family and acÂ¬ quaintances cocid discriminate his sense from his aoaseaae tus better instincts from his worse The boisterous pnuse of his foolish or low lived companions who goad himoa by fltieg him a -- good fellow is to his own heart incomparably less wel come aad less gat afyicg than would bo tho calm and disi riamatkisdispraise cf hs evil ways with prare of his latent and hi men bat higher sad aohier Instincts aad aspira tloas itegard me as capaoie of being something Vett T thaks many a child many a youth many a man -- and I shall you ha- - a cr d who af doUUwan 1 n in sririt if k W a n i scins gj xi Xr nou ig younTKEiB t you havo never poraapsocoiii iiiy ir that childs better hon that you spirit er that aa have never evinced - rran is realty year belief that that gned fac something - 5 S Â¬ - jn 4 iepizo s tw5ia - -U- Ud-ii Dara- - Â¬ g- Â¬ - j Ij JWfcRa - ospIe CHILDISH STRATEGY The True iBvantanw of tho Littlest Girls Alwitahfaag Sotf Deulni Somebody who writes sagely abaasebJl dres aad their affairs mts ChiMrea ana naturally setf denying Of coarse we all knew that says the Boston Transcript Here Is en instance A sstsilgtrlof toe Listeners acquaintance had a visit from two af her young friends each somewhat larger than herself the-- other day Beth the visitors broBxat their dolls and it mt was proposed that they make common property of all their playtimes la itiris dudiaft the doiU and go in for a general good tune The plan was accepted by the youngsters and all went merrily By and by the small hoou ss returning to the asember of the household who bad originally proÂ¬ ws posed the socialistic arrangements of Mat Â¬ ters audor which they ware proeeodBrCsa amicably said in her most engaging and hoBered manner Doa t yon thick that the biggest We n girl ought to hare the biggest doll karat As the btgge vt dcTlwss known to be the inquirers this qestioa was taken as a proof of rare self deniii oa the ntth girls part Sotfcafedysaid Yes my dear that weatd he very wise to Aad the next biggest girt the aext big gest dHF Tes And the Ittiest girl the ittiest doU sineg Yes The ehOd ran eway asd reported tho sew arrangements to tbe other children and K wasnt until later when the pent up feettags of oaeof the ether Utae gins gave way to taare thatit was discovered that tha ftHlest doP was a saporb Treach TrmtifTMmintirjlandafter tnwkiag which opened aad closed Its eye s4 nare Tbeueteoitv aR7 Wowett a cescoaw gpi sp in perfect recjGeswaajMK hM man for o Sawu ersoRaaarcrssteer I aim toaaraail3iabi expense uo ia guts sei- mtosiag abrae awhsr he festwi ssas rare bit of rnssgy rtWii the ttee Â¬ 1 m Â¬ Stt Hnelilnoa ia Orrosaj thoslot automaton The has been brought to a high degree of per fection in Germany Tbe weghmg machine was generally introduced there before it was need ia America Similar martaaaa for advertising and distributing cansttea and imn noi alii were common in al German cMes some foar years ago In Berlin test fall aatomatous which sold button boie hoo qoots for 10 pfennigs T4 cents sateen were ptsecd m ail tho bi hcu s aad hear gardens The newest and most curanas German automaton sells cigars for 6 pfen nigs It cents apcce Its mocha is operated hewever by tho nickl nig piece With each ft pfoomt or therefore it hatds out to its patro copper pfennigs aannge Ibo opetagta tvea introduccnV ha aahBmatom has not Germany because thTe opera glasses are so cheap that every one wUo 04 wing go to slid lli mlsi Wat at acta Tae gnat antasnHtea ia iv itrwn Uertaaa chew rum 9 m Ucir Trace I by n I will ven taro to r l te story whudtl wrr es a aas oaa voosh for as a trii tale toBPostoorreapondeiit A gray horse of nemo value owned at a town abcut Uvoosjr stolen one night zaUaswest of hers sad icasniuch rj r trco of the nnmtal could bo found else w i rc 11 tus assuanal A de Â¬ that bo bad been ixen to Boston tective was employed ai d cry puaae w s vir eeVaajt the t desiers slahle st at dzoaer without resui- - Fza y time one day the dot- - t r uropped 01 at a c ty marfces- large hotel xa wva t jHBa iwnnnffa v r the winter dl i r of lao ha Theee coats were hong ng Ui iu tecbre exasu ed thsxa and fond that twe contained ivUa borv airs aliboogh aa lvera was bat a had pre- - r usiy ascertained fcirvj in tbe suate aad that cue of winch he was ia search Ao sot tbe cordially ho w ed ii j owners at taav aoats to como out fmat c aoer TttSftnV one went 3roc- - toth sChc aad ordotajpF u The scoatloae his horse t j put on hiscou waoo into the ssefc in mi t y - aa- - - a TEEBb aaamc atryts - m Ai xs BT t- aanra - A 1 - Ji sat t i -- j - BBBBBBmBBBBWBBBmBBBBBBm 15FJ r- - T- - 1iSrw5Si CHOICE READING THE BOY 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55 Art de la Made- Â¬ to mind the garage In his war paiit all alertl EaMa itmt off recalled the ravage Of some borderland expert Hansng8 on to trees and fences efforts to explore In Startlln to a bodys sense Was the Httle boy next door V a window pain was shattered Or a missile cleared the air If the streets repose was scattered Heads oat peeping ererywhere Yrs that brooght u 475 085 630 3 40 5 00 2 00 little need for explanation All had happened oft before Mite of terror and vexation Was that little toy next door 100 290 515 400 3 15 Cats and doss by Intuition Knew of his approach and fled Jaunty was the hats position On his roguish curly bead with bearing Independent lie would bound the crossings oer With good nature all resplendent Was the littlo boy next door on his heels was only a few yar3s back from hiscaboose The engineer whistled for brakes re-Â¬ versed his engine and turned to take the step to lump when he found the little door leading to his post of duty had been slammed to by the jar of reversing the engine Before it could be opened tho crash came and the engineer found him- Â¬ self buried under the debris of about fifteen empty box cars Ho was taken out but slightly bruised and thankful for his narrow escape He afterward told me he thought I was joking when I put down the blue light on him but in the future he said he would have more Wash Â¬ respect for a bluo signal light ington Star Management of the Voice Professor Sieber has touched one of the evils of tho day when ho declares that there prevails a keenly felt dearth of thorough teachers who have devoted their lives to the special study of the for- Â¬ mation of tho voice and this remark ap-Â¬ plies just as forcibly in public speaking Our people havo yet to learn that a ready flow of ideas and the gift of gab do not constitute the sole and only requisite of the impassioned and eloquent orator Cicero when he began his public ca- Â¬ reer soon found his voice and delivery so inadequate that ho gave up his pro- Â¬ fession for a time and spent a number of years in Greece and Asia Minor in tho study of elocution When he returned and resumed his profession his voice be- Â¬ came proverbial for its sweetness com- Â¬ pass and power and his delivery charmed and delighted ono of the most eloquent ages in the worlds history Tho severity of tho exercises pursued by Demosthenes have furnished texts for even the writing books of our schools and as a result ho so developed the clearness of his ar- Â¬ ticulation and tho strength of his voice that it enabled him to subdue into silence and awe those tumultuous assemblies of the Athenian democracy where the noise and confusion were often like that on tho lips of the many sounding sea Professor Mcllvain of Princeton col lego strikes squarely at the evil known as clergymens sore throat when ho says it would seem that ho who imagined himself to bo preaching the gospel while ho violates almost every law of oral speech deceives himself and commits no littlo sin a sin which liko all others does not fail to punish itself For those wasting throat diseases with which cler- Â¬ gymen are afflicted more than any other class of public speakers are often traced physiologically speaking to bad manage Â¬ ment of tho voice to the violation of those laws which nature lias prescribed for articulate speaking laws which liko all others established by tho God of na- Â¬ ture can never be violated with im- Â¬ punity This view is confirmed by tho fact that no more effectual preventive for these diseases has been discovered than a thorough course of sound elocu- Â¬ tionary training Medical Classics Sum In Division Gen Knox of revolutionary fame was A SEA ADVENTURE TTow A TALE OP WOE a Milling Tloat Was Ulown from th Ilalmmas to Florida Wonderful Escape From Death by Starva Â¬ tion of Tiro AdTenturers Last Friday morning about 4 oclock Keeper J M Hopkins of tho Capo Mala- Â¬ is 200 SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN i ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODEN WARE IIOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blaeksmiths1 and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS Catholic World Central Law Journal- Century Magazine China Decorator Churchman Clay Worker- Commercial Bulletin- Country Gentleman Current Literature- Courier Journal Commercial Cazette Decorator aud Furnisher- Demoreats Magazine- Drakes Magazine Drttibury Kea Detroit Free Press Eoleotic Magazine Ediuuurg Heview Kducatiou Electrioiau Engineering Newx Delineator- 110 100 455 255 200 4 00 510 8 05 Brave chlralricand respectful To the old who came his way With a sympathy regretful Toward oath beggar day by day Ilew the wild and tarao n ere rntegled In his natures bounteous storel How ray nerres were hourly tingled By that little boy next door When at sunset homeward walking Ones I missed the childrens noise Marked their groups in whispers talking Leaving all their romping Joys fan the snow white ribbons streaming From the biise I Mopped 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of ono of the in overjthe wire brought up reminiscences neighboring towns presented himself to of tho days when lie had been in charge Gen Knox one day as a land surveyor of a little station on a railroad He detailed somewhat ostentatiously his A railway telegrapher he said is long experience together with Ins recent brought into close relationship with other purchase of a new and very superior set employes of the road but between tho of instruments If Gen Knox needed engineers and himself there exists a any service in his line he would engage friendship that dates back from the first to give perfect satisfaction time the engineer has signed an order at Youre tho very man I have been his office or by the motion of his hand looking fori exclaimed Gen Knox 1 as ho flew by the office asked for time have a hundred acres of land which I when he had exceeded the maximum wish to divide into house lots of ten acres speed eaclu How many will it make Several years connection with a rail- Â¬ Ulmer was considerably disconcerted road and in the companionship of these by the suddenness of the question and men has convinced mo that a more brave naturally enough was prepared to find nervy reckless daredevil and kind heart- Â¬ it difficult He began to collect himself ed set of men do not exist Block sigÂ¬ mentally re stating tho premises and nals and traveling train masters have striving to acquire sufficient coolness to eliminated the reckless part of their na- Â¬ solvo the problem correctly ture to a great extent but the nerve Gen Knox counted as many seconds bravery and kind heartedness still re- Â¬ as he thought necessary and then inter- Â¬ main and will until the end of time as rupted tho others cogitations by remark- Â¬ only men of this caliber make railroad ing abruptly Oh well its no matter engineers and stick to the business about an immediate answer Any other Some ten years ago when a boy of timo will do just as well and at once IS I was located as night operator at fell to talking about something else New Freedom on the Northern Central Ulmer was so chagrined at his own railway about fifty miles north of Balti- Â¬ stupidity tliat ho never broached tho sub- Â¬ more The signal tower was situated at ject afterward Youths Companion a point called Summit where the road A Chinaman on Walking was down grade about nine miles south almost to Parkton tho next telegraph Nobody ever sow n Chinaman with station and about eight miles north to muddy shoes no matter what the Glen Rock the next telegraph station in weather unless some hoodlums had that direction At that timo empty en Â¬ pushed him into a puddle We tako care gines known as pushers were sent out of our feet instinctively and get into a from York twenty miles north to push habit of walking carefully If you heavy freight trains over the summit watch on a muddy crossing you will see follow on to Parkton and push a train one American after another pick his way north It was the greatest delight of the over cautiously and yet land on the engineers of these pushers and the other side with mud on his toes while a tlirough freights too to lay to at my Chinaman will walk along after them at office get me to give them five or seven his usual gait and seemingly not notic- Â¬ minutes that is say they bad left that ing his feet stepping on tho other curb length of time before and then fall with not a particle of mud on the tops of down tho hill to Glen Rock or Parkton his shoes But when he crossed the as tho case may be Times innumer- Â¬ street he did not walk as the American able did they make the fall at the rate did Had he done so he would have of a mile a minute but the given time been as muddy as they They stepped along gingerly on their toes or at least saved them from censure One night Barney Riley a better man the front part of tho foot In this way never pulled a throttle I think he is a they put all tho weight of their body on passenger engineer now came south on the thinnest part of the shoe from top a through freight He had for a front to bottom and when it flattened out with brakeman a man from tho country dis- Â¬ each step the mud touched tho leather tricts surrounding Marysville the north- Â¬ Tho Chinaman walked over with the ern end of the division who was making weight of his body on the heel and in- Â¬ his first trip and know little about the step of the shoe and tho toe barely graz Â¬ trials of railroading As the engine ing the ground Tho foot of the thoe swept by Barney held up his open hand that felt his weight was firm and un Â¬ asking for five minutes which I duly yielding and did not spread into the credited him with How fast he went mud Fung Loud in St Louis Globe down tho hill that night will never bo Democrat known to a certainty but it must have Customs In Other Climes been like tho wind as I learned after Â¬ It is common in Arabia to put cheek to ward that he induced the operator at Parkton to give him additional time and cheek The Hindoo falls in tho dust before his that the poor brakeman left his train at that station and returned home on the superior The Chinaman dismountswhenagreat next passenger train vowing that he had all the railroad experience he desired and man goes by A Japanese removes Ids sandals cross- Â¬ solemnly declared that it took all his energies to hold on to the car he was on es his hands and cries out Spare met The Burmese pretend to smell of a per- Â¬ and that had the train left the track it would have kept going for a mile at least sons face pronounce it sweet and then ask for a smelL across tho country The Australian natives practice the Tho engineers and operators along the line at that time said tho operator singular custom when meeting of stick- Â¬ were continually playing jokes on each ing out their tongues at each other A striking salutation of the South Sea other and tho idea that I was joking came very near costing an engineer his Islanders is to fliug a jar of water over life It occurred in this way Block sig Â¬ the head of a friend TheArab3 hug and kiss each other nals were not in vogue at tht time and our orders only called for the holding of making simultaneously a host of inquir- Â¬ freight trains flvo minutes apart Our ies about each others health and pros Â¬ signals consisted of red white and blue pects Tho Turk crosses his hands upon his Red to stop blue to run slow or caution and white denoted a clear track The breast and makes a profound obeisance blue signal was seldom used if at all thivt manifesting bis regard without Tho engineer In question caiao north on coming in personal contact with its ob- Â¬ a regular freight schedule Ahead of ject New York Mail and Express him was an extra freight Tho extra had passed my station but about a mile Started by the Wrong Stan north down the hill bad stopped to tako At the opening of the industrial fair at several cars off the siding In doing this Toronto Sir John Macdonald ltad mado several minutes had been consumed his opening speech of congratulation Immediately after they had passed the and before calling upon him to pre an tower I lowered tho rod signal as usual electric button starting tho machinery and kept it down tho required flvo min Â¬ President Withrow invited ono or two utes I had observed ttio lights en tho other speakers to deliver addresses One extras cabooso away down the track of them was John Leys M P for To- Â¬ and divined its purpose To display the ronto He advanced to tho front and laid white light to the next train north I had liis heavy white hat on tho top of the a perfect right as the extras shifting electric button Instantly there was a was supposed to bo outside of my juris- Â¬ shrieking of whistles and the machinery diction in the building began to run The crowd Tho extra having concluded its shiftÂ¬ roared with laughter and after much ing pulled out and tho lights of tho ca- Â¬ gesticulation and running about tho boose disappeared around tho bend As managers stopped the proceeding and they did so the regular train north came the machinery was restarted by Sir John Into sight around the bend south of my and Lady Macdonald Exchange office and some sudden impulse mado me lower tho bluo light Now as I have The Hebrews Good xaxaplc beforo remarked this bluo light Was Tho Hebrews set tho world an exam Â¬ never used and when it was flashed in the eyes of this engineer he took it as a ple by tho way toy care for their joke and as he was a leetltf late pro- Â¬ own people In Philadelphia on a single ceeded to go down the bill at the usual day collections token up in two syna Â¬ gogues netted 12000 Their helpfulness gait Ho had a heavy train back of him and Is by no means confined to measures of this there a it seems ho was not aware that the ex-Â¬ the kind for people is bysystem among chosen which every tra was ahead of him All went well oromer s taitil he dashed around a sharp curve tho wholeweuare is made tho concern of body It is on examplo which about half a mile south of Glen Bock when tho danger signal was flashed at might proficably be followed mors thor Â¬ Mm by the flagman of the extra who oughly Jhan it is by other religionists not expecting the Tggglarto begooloC Pittsburg Ernes bar houso of refuge near hero discov- Â¬ ered a small sloop riding at anohor about a mile off shore Ho signaled tho boat and presently threo persons two men and a boy emerged from the cabin and entering a dingey sculled slowly toward the shore A heavy surf was on and it seemed impossible for tho little boat to live in the breakers Half tho time the boat and its crew were wholly hidden from sight but it arose safely to the crest of the following wave every timo until within a rod of the beach when a huge breaker lifted it up and threw it forward like a rocket So terrific was its speed that the persons were unable to hold on to tho seats All three were thrown into the breakers Tho oldest man managed to grasp the stern of the boat as it shot past him and when the boat was thrown high on the sands ho rolled like a ball half way up the beach Anticipating tho trouble Keeper Hop- Â¬ kins had ran to tho beach and waded out into tho surf When the three were thrown out of tho boat Mr Hopkins plunged into the breakers and caught the little boy and succeeded in drawing him safely to the shore Then ho ran back into the water and rescued the young man as the undertow seized him But for thb prompt action the little boy and the young man would have been drowned The old man was still lying where the waves had thrown him when Mr Hopkins was able to give him attention Al- Â¬ on though ho said his tho beach had not hurt him any ho was trembling violently and unable to rise He was too weak to hold a cup of coffee which was at once carried to him but after drinking it he revived enough to tell that for four days they had been without food Then the poor old colored man with tears of joy running down his wrinkled cheeks poured out prayers of thanksgiving to God lor saving them from starvation and drowning The young man and the little boy walked to the house but the old man was so feeble that food was carried to where he was lying on the sands The spark of life in him was very low but in an hour or two the old man was able to walk to the houso on the edge of the bluff Later on he was ablo to give an account of his experience which was a fearful ope He was what northerners would call a typical Uncle Tom tall and venerable in appeurance simple and religious in his conversation humble and polite in his actions Ilis ago was perhaps GO and ho was born in slavery at St Augustine where he was owned by Daniel Rolle His own namo is Simon Rolle and lie is the father of fourteen children all of whom aro living The little boy aged about 0 years who was in tho boat is his youngest son The other was an adopted son about SO years old named James Evans The following is a condensation of tho old mans story I left my home in Nassau for a trip to Courtney Key after turtles taking along a weeks provisions We had just got off the Bahama banks when a calm which lasted two days settled down on us and we drifted into the Gulf Stream which carried us along rapidly Our anchor cable was only ten fathoms long and we tried to row back to tho banks but could not do it The third day a gale struck us Ive lived all my life on the salt water but I never saw such a sea as there was in that Gulf Stream Ive seen moro there in the last week than my grandfather saw in all hi3 life The waves rolled twice as high as our mast Wo gave up all hopo but by tho power of God and a good understanding wo kept the boat from sinking After tho gale broke 1 headed the boat thinking Id strike the coast some- Â¬ where I thought wo were nearer St Augustino and knew our provisions would not last until we struck land al- Â¬ though from tho day wo were blown off the Bahama banks wo limited our food to two crackers a day and finally to one a day But four days ago Ben ato tho last crumb We had plenty of wafer though and that kept us from getting Wo sighted land last night so hungry at G oclock I praised tho good Lord for letting me see tho land once more But I was afraid that perhaps wo would be killed by the Indians or wild beasts I didnt sleep any lost night for thinking about them Wo sailed on un- Â¬ til midnight guided by two lights on tho shore We anchored before the first one It was tlio good Lord that ordered it He brought us safe out of that wild raw sea and to the very door of the good keeper of your government house He has done everything in the world for us We would have drowned and died of starvation hut for him As long as God Mel- Â¬ lets me live Ill pray for him bourne Fla News Â¬ rough-and-tumb- le st A Noisy Aurora lloreatls John E McGrath in charge of one of tlo surveying expeditions to locate the boundary line between Alaska and Brit-Â¬ ish Columbia has written to the superin- Â¬ tendent of the coast survey giving an account of his operations since his ar- Â¬ rival in Alaska Tho letter is dated thirty miles above Charleys Village Aug 18 Tlio party had reached that point after some little annoyance and de- Â¬ lays They had observed several bril- Â¬ liant displays of aurora borealis one of which was interesting because of its be- Â¬ ing attended by a noise an unusual phe- Â¬ nomenon The letter relates the circum- Â¬ stance as follows One night while John Luis was on watch at Fort Yukon he heard a noiso behind him which mado him think a flock of geese was coming along Turn Â¬ ing to the north to see them het beheld what looked like a rainbow flying up toward the zenith Then it divided into two parts one going toward the east and one toward the west Tho phenomenon was not high and seemed to bo about twelve feet wide Ho was badly fright oned by it at first As John had never seen an aurora and knew nothing of the dispute as to whether any noiso accom- Â¬ panied it or not his positive testimony that tho noise it made first drew his at-Â¬ tention to it will be of value The next morning my magnet acted erratically Mr Wallace the English minister at Rampart houso told Turner and myself that there was no doubt of noiso accom- Â¬ panying the aurora They were very fine up at his station and ho lias heard tho sounds himself Washingtod TeleÂ¬ gram ThoBritish Columbia mail today brings ths following terrible tale of starvation in the Yukon district which is clipped Chilcott from tho Victoria Times Alaska Oct 1 Three detachments of men have returned this fall from Yukon The 6econd brought word that they passed a boat lying on thebeach with no ono to be found near it but it was thought to belong to four men who started from Forty Mile Creek tocomo out on July 6 It was known that they had but a small supply of food with them and it was supposed they had taken to the woods in search of game Thus it proved to be and yesterday two men tottered down tho mountain side to this place whoso emaciated faces and trem- Â¬ bling limbs showed that they had sur Â¬ vived an experience that few men would havo lived through Ono of them was J W Sperry of Portland Ore He is fifty years of age with hair as whito as the driven snow The other man R C Rose also from Portland is twenty years younger and this youth alono saved Sperry from filling an unmarked grave in the valley of the Yukon Threo weeks after starting on their homeward journey their supply of pro Â¬ visions was entirely exhausted and they Boon became so weak that they could not pull their boat which they finally abandoned and took to tho hills in search of game Occasionally a squirrel was shot and quickly eaten by the men who were now ravenous and wild ber Â¬ ries became their only means of subsis-Â¬ tence Their trail was followed by clouds of mosquitos and flies that lit upon them in swarms and which they had to fight continually and their faceo and hands soon became raw and bleed- Â¬ ing sores In their weakened condition Ingram and F C Young from San Diego CaL others of the party wero unable to fight off tho pests which preyed upon their eyelids until they be- Â¬ came so inflamed that they lost all pow- Â¬ er to open or close them and they be- Â¬ came totally blind The dread of Seath by starvation and fear of being hopelessly lost in that strange country soon told upon the minds of these two and Ingram repeat- Â¬ edly begged his companions to shoot him Finally he lay down refusing to move and when his companions saw ho was about gono they left him almost drag Â¬ ging Young along Tlio next day Young succumbed a victim to starvation and the torments of pests which swarmed about them day and night They left him lying upon tho ground to die how far from where the foot of man has ever trod they do not know Another day brought them to some dried salmon caught by Indians for winter use and theyvwero now able to retrace their steps to tho boat and soon a party of Indians camo along from whom they obtained food enough to en Â¬ able them to reach tho first white settle- Â¬ ment this side of tho Yukon On their way back to the boat they came to the spot whore Ingram wa3 left but found tho mosquitos and flies singing a requiem over their comrade Ho was left with but a stono to mark his resting place and his blanket and a few branches of hemlock spread over him for a shroud They could not find whero Young was but they aro satisfied that strength or reason never returned sufficient to allow him to move from the spot On their wayout the party discovered a ledgo having a clearly defined vein oi rich ore showing free gold and at its base found liberal quantities of gold in every pan Location notices were hurriedly put up and the anticipation of rich results in another year when they all hoped to return buoyed up their spirits for a time and spurred them on to renewed efforts to escape their impending doom Tho pangs of hunger soon destroyed all hopes of future riches and their only thought was for someNotwithstanding their thing to eat terrible experience the two survivors intend to return to the Yukon the coming spring British Columbia advices say that the steamer Georgo W Elder has arrived at Victoria on her way down from Alosk v with several Yukon miners on board The miners complain bitterly of tho provisions sold to them upon which thej havo entirely to depend by tho Alaska Commercial company Tho miners say that they wero obliged to take eighty pounds of putrid bacon as it was all they could get Out of tho lot they could only use four pounds Another party driven by hunger were obliged to eat it with the result that four of them died The prices asked are enormous yet the miners had to submit and pay what was asked or starve to death They say they had ono or two alternatives either to go without the provisions offered for sole by the Alaska company and starve or to purchase them and run tho chanco of being poi- Â¬ soned to death Ottawa Ont Dispatch in Louisville Courier JoumaL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FiMMlfiS -- SKMKKri1 In throwing your money away by buying shoddy goods r 91 RULES THE SHORTEST 8 Hours the Quickest BETWBBN In saving money by buying Ciitinili and Orbs of everything at the best TLME 27 HOURS reasonable prices and ENTIRE TKAIN8 BAGUAC5K CARS DAY COAOHBB iw AND SLBBPERH Run Through Without Change i When u a iii 110 MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOUES THE QTJIC3 BST BKTWBBN you make money by getting the The Jacksonville Fkrid3 Cincinnati TIME 28 HOURS Only Line Rhbhihk Through BfistofETtiriii And THE SHORT IIjE FllOM JUNCTION CITY TO Sleeping Cars CIhbIuiibii t Juck- sorfvllle Without ClwHge Exact iTonfant --At th- e- CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBORG MOBILE Close Connection Made at New leans with Sotttbera FaulHe and Texas PaelM for Or- Â¬ LOWEST PRICE All this you can do by getting your FALL and VINTER Foot Texas Mexico 12 California Hours Qutbker than any uther Llue Direet Connection Made at Shreveport with Texas and Paeifie By without Traneler far ITotnern Tczas Mexico California and the Wflet SSTFor Rales Mans J iltutij FRANK W VfQQLEY Ky Trav Pass Agt Lextrtgi or C S BARRBTT Trav Pass Agt ChaU inxtgs Tenn C atWwaa DEH OIWE TJS J Genl Gault Gwi Msr Cincinnati O D G Edwakds Pass At esxovcaT BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods I have purchased the property of the snid Company and will kep ea hand all of tlte bet varieties of COME AD SEE US WJUULCE i RICE Given The yard la easy of aeeese PMrwii3 desiring to huul their own eoal will not have to ores the railroad I respectfully request a liberal pat- Â¬ ronage of the citizens of both eotiuty and city 13- - CO JLL T S BRONSTON tfA Away Great Book J A G WILLIAMSON city knginbbk Civil Engineer and Surveyor Purveys made for Railways Turn pikes Koudway Estimates elveB c Farm drainage Town Lota laid fri LIT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical maps ami plats of Correspond- Â¬ farms aud other lands ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lauds iu mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky -Ofllee City Hall RfehnHHHliKy 9- - FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 1859 Schedule m Effect NoTl7th Ko 2 Ex Bun No 4 Dally ElBnn No 6 Fine Carriages 1 lashing his horses and after two or threo attempts to move the load they gave upi in despair Tho driver of tho car was an old man and after watching things for a few minutes lie stepped down and ap- Â¬ proached the truckman and queried Did you ever see a horses head disÂ¬ sected Nawt What aro yo givin me was the angry reply Well youd better find opportunity somo day Youll bo perfectly aston- Â¬ ished You imagine that his head is hollow or stuffed with bran or sawdust but you aro way off Nature gave him brains Let mo prove it He stepped to their heads rubbed their noses spoke a few kind words and then called upon them to put forth their They buckled down to it strength pulled together and the truck wont over tho rails and far beyond Tho crowd cheored the car driver looked pleased and the truckman got away as soon as possible to hide his chagrin New York Sun An Ingenious School Boy An ingenious English school boy who Cincinnati fcieara 818 am Lve Covington live Falmouth 944 am Ive Cynlhlamu- - 1037 am Tlio Horses Had Iiralns Arr Paris 1110 am Down on West street the other day Arr Lexington tewpn there was a big truck loaded with boxes Xve Aarls 1120 am Arr Winchester 1205 pm stalled across tho street car track The Arr Richmond 140 pm driver of tho truck was shouting antT Arr Lancaster 455 pm Ive fcxpm 335pm 809 pm jttspm iccoo pm 1033 pra 1055 pm 3307 917 pm 4x8 pm Sopm 6830pm 6cio pm pm NEW BUGGIES NEW PH 3T0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES 545 pm 739 pm Arr Arr Berea Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Jve HlftliforU MicUmoud 530 pm 135 pm 05 pm 330 pm No 5 Nol Ex Sun Ex Hun 800 am 1033 1145 7143 No 3 Dally Ive Livingston- lve Berea Arr Richmond Jave buuilord am am o Arr Lve Lve lve Lve live Lancaster Arr fans j x am My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and nee me and you wont g home without one 5- - Richmond- - Lve Richmon- dArr Winchester Lexington Kiris Cynthliina Falmouth Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 1000 am iIO pm 610 am 3 0 pm 340 pm r4j urn pra 7 00 am 350 pm 8 53 am 330 pm 833 am 413 pm 913 am 540 pm 1035 am 550 pm 1045 am JOHN DONELSON ami 5 26 a 30 Z pm pra ss 345 pm 421 pm 444 pm 63a pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lexington- Paris Arr Mlllersburg Carlisle- Johnson- No 9 No II Dolly Dally Ex Sun Ex Hun x z 837am 851am 700 am fcooam JJnyvllle 1035 am 933 am 344 450 545 613 636 7 30 P iopm pm pm pm pm pm pm wanted an answer to an arithmetical problem dropped into a grocers store on his way to school and said he wanted certain commodities at certain prices After exhausting his list ho said Now if I give you a half sovereign what change shall I get back Tho grocer told him whereupon he thanked the Cremation In France It will certainly Cake a considerable shopman and turned to go Wait for time before tho French become familiar the things called the grocer and his with tho system of burning instead of disgust can be imagined when the urchin burying their dead but cremation may told him he was late for school and as nevertheless now bo said to havo a he hadnt learned his arithmetic lesson recognized position in France and to he had adopted that method of getting Ex- Â¬ render cremation popular at all events the problem worked for him change with the humbler classes of society everything has been done to make tho Catching Fish by Electricity process cheap The prefect of tho Seine A Chicago electrician has completed a has just given his sanction to a tariff for device for catching fish by electricity burning the remains of persons who Thero is a small apparatus attached to may themselves or whose rotations may the hook at the end of the fish line prefer this system to burial A uniform From this apparatus ono electric wire and moderate charge of fifty francs is goes to tho bottors of the water while made this including the right of depos- Â¬ the other leads to tho point of tho hook iting the ashes in a columbarium which whero the bait is attached As soon as will shortly bo built by the city of Paris the fish attracted by the bait comes and leaving only the urn in which tho close enough he receives an electric said ashes arc inclosed to tho cost of shock which either kills him immedi Â¬ the relatives Moreover in tho case of ately or else stuns him and brings him persons who are certified by tho mayor to tho surface Chicago Letter of the communo in which they died to very necessitdus circum Â¬ have been in The Money Tleld of Ftnlt Tree stances no charge whatever will bo Two Chickasaw plum trees growing mado for cremating their remains or so closely together that their branches for keeping during a piriod of flvo intertwine as if they were ono tree the years what remains of tho body after two covering a spaco of about COO square the burning process Nothing is said as feet frequently pay 10 in a season to what will oecomo of the ashes at the which wouldbe at the rate of over 800 expiration of thbfire years but probably per acre A pear trco near by yields ten as thq bones of the d ad aro now every bufhols in a good season and 1 per three five or ten yecrs according to tho bushel Is not an unusual price Three length of leoso of the ground removed early apple treea this season gave over from cemeteries to the catacombs so the nity Dusneis wnxen sold at from eighty asheswill bo collected and placed in some cents to 1J20 per busheL American general receptacle London Standard Agriculturist K 2ill SOUTH BOUND Lve Slaysvllle M u Joliuson Carlisle Paris Arr JHorsbnrE Lexington Cpvlngton Cincinnati No Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 515 a m 150 pm 557 am 333 pm 649 am 323 pm hH1 JSsggsE BS s 9 mS r5 a o m m 335 am 1035 1045 am am 413 630 pm 630 pm 638 pm 7pn pm rritTfrjraSTSv 43 Leaves Lexington 1006 a m Arrives Ko 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 pm Arrives Falmouth 710 p m Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Knlinoutu 60 a ra Clnlnnatl7in m Except Sunday Arrives TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dally between Lexington and Cincinnati No i runs dally between Cincinnati aud Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections t Winches Â¬ ter lor points ou the N N SI V Ry IMPORTANT Trains or this line now ar- Â¬ rive at nnd depart from tho Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making con- Â¬ nection for all points North East aud West Through Tickets sold and Baitgnee to any point reached by 11 railroad Checked For fnll particulars on any agent of the Corapauyaddressor call or Paris 10l a m Except Sunday m i S SH TcriJ years at 37 Court Place N at 1 u i3 l 322 Jidr4ec uaiaa IWTJWIiOrMHt W iliMd OitTM nil foxjr of FXrvATS CHRONIC nd SEX AX IllS EASES Spermatorrhea r ta Imrotcstrj f act xuraana roans k taatUH11 fc 1 ilMit umiiBji PasVr AgL Trav PaTr Aet Cincinnati O Lexington Ky 8 F B MORSE UenT Pass AgU Cincinnati H E nUNTINUTON V Pres Uen llanr F B CARR Act Richmond Ky General OfflcesChamberof Comme Bond Â¬ ing Cincinnati O VL Trav MUNSON ETT RACON avST-CT2f2Armau kaly Owlftia f r wnat n yo VwJkd OM KNerww4 fP Ma t l of dnu M aa fliMai rw At uB Let in mmmmt mmmt ta ot at actnvjw GLEET Inula rukiai jrS1m u uaatkaantr mam taa crruto ua r dta 4 Smh t r u taraoiulrtttm muimy rahh hm t aanTTMl a5iraiw Thjto JtSS Gonorrhea aftM Warn prin ft ia4 ft tMr MaapIV - ftja i trf Voxti Guaranteed ia ell Cases tmdertn on fa Ck or ar Intratar j GALT rH -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE PRIVATE COTJKSELOR M SmTVa gi au SawId to rrvJ to OSeabaarar utr Sj i Tiie Largest and Finest Hotel in the city 185 Miilfisiir Sale ehtyfl ve y ent Hugs fnHte gr j rUy According to rooms getHl and sold in numbers tewilt nor Turkish and Kussian Baths m ctiaser Six miles east ef Rich m owl on tlte KpetdweU pike Hotel 32 31 17- flHSD COL Yt K -- Rates25o to 4 Per Day We have on a hundred mote eolts ami -- tg zVi BS JPiiwJg357 TTWf TSfjt fse Wp fWSRSSgfi WIFiS vr g v- THE CLIMAX w EDNESDAY DEC Ho se week 1 New Proprietor I and OnJrlit to be Arrested Another of those sore arm frauds was here Saturday He pretended to have had his arm scalded whie near Chattanooga When he called on us for alms we ex- Â¬ amined his arm and found it to have been painted and some paste grease and a dirty rag spread so as to represent a sore There are hundreds of such frauds all over the country The same youth took in alms at Carlisle yesterday Paris News Only the other day an athletic looking fellow called at Thie Climax office with his arm in a sling stated that he was badly hurt in a boiler explosion at Colum bus O and wanted a little aid towords helping him home to his friends at Jclli co He puled open a bloody rag and gave us a glimpse of a place down his sleeve that looked as if a butchers sausage-mill had been at work on his arm But the part he exhibited was doubtless an artificial arrangement The country is fltll of such frauds and they are grow- Â¬ ing more numcrdus day by day Tell days ago a bright boy aged prob ably fifteen dropped into Richmond and stated that his father had died at Jellico leaving him without money and he was Egging his way to a sister at Maysvillc He scooped in a pocketful of money in Richmond The Stanford Journal says the same boy was there and got a quan- Â¬ tity of money but he was accompained by three men and they all including the boy went to Junction City and got drunk We mean to make it a point hereafter to have every such imposter arretted upon his appearance in llichmond for obtaining money under false pretenses and we hope every citizen who is ap Â¬ proached by these rogues will do like Â¬ Â¬ iS 1889 Gigrcssteal newt a first page cohunn en last page of this issue Oilr two cars of hogs shipped the past Mr B G Harnett of Paris has leased the Patterson House this place and changed Us name lo Central Hotel He has taken possession and wants everybody to come and see him second door from and Presbyterian church THey Are Nattcfom J antata at the Christian churqh to 1 by the Governor to represent the State night narrow ot Kentucky w a convocation of Physi Â¬ cT H Pigg have Christmas cians from alt the States and Territories m 11 to be held in Springfield Ilk December cods See notices rapidly disJ iSth and loth the objectof which is to The EstH meniHfWnt adopt means of eradicating contagious -- rrating ami cracking diseases from among domestic animals He re it is a week before Christmas and The result of their deliberations will be of interest to our people t tucrmometer up in the 6os us tv Cars of fat cattle shipped from I Arrived f 3 pace to Baltimore past week The colossal TribWc monument has yean ago to morrow December Tin occurred the Little Arnold tragedy come and consists of six pieces hauled 1 by four freight cars For a hole week Mother Goose Santa Claus recita Mf W F Francis has been moving t in music at Christian church three of the stones and has them about night two hundred fret from the Cars toward Mr E Bttrgm has removed to town the site upon which it is to be erected srl now lives en ISvans street in the which is just across the drive from the Estill monument One of the stones E ill Addition now in transit on rollers is ten feet Mr Toel W Embry wtottnues ill at his square twenty inches thick and weighs V tne in this ommtr vcbsre he has been J twenty tons ned for several months c Dr Cone to a Convention M Pojrntz has been appointed Dr S M Letcher has been confined to Cantata To morrow Might oiHio or Ketuucuy ui the close of buliiww Ka CURGND PAY Deem iiber lllli 18W s jeJ the past two or three weeks but OZ nrn the greatest toon The ladies of the Christian church wil And all kinds of TINWARE I to womankind FoMtirely cores all forms of fesaale a week or two I rcs to be out m give a cantata to morrow night at the weakness sach as Painful Xesstnutud Barrea BEdOUKUBS ntss Leucorrhea Frantis Oraraa ad FibrOHl 71 loans ami discounts A persons hqMing claims against cliHrch The subject a double one is SmjHl 35 TamOfs in their early stages aod the long list ef The mM exowMte HMHtUe atnl wull FINE COAL VASES OvcnlrafiK secured aud unicured I7H tnatiEaerable and nemenitonable spffenncs tbat LCloefcs In aN dajigna Ymi ahaulil sea Newbr sKoakl file them properly Mother Goose and Santa Claus There U 8 lttindo to secure circulation ZHjgi M affect the patient Try it aod van vUl exclaim as U 8 ltomH to secure deposits bDBdredsafothcrsnave 75tJ 69 Oh I feekkcad8eicat titeni rJicJ before Commissioner J R Bur will be rccitaitons and music Ever j body FIXE CUTLERY Due from approved tefcervc agents SSJCtK trosaaf One months treatment sent postpaid U US Solfcl CtoM Jewelry of all klmfc Dub from other Niitiuniil Umiks cordially invited 411 M For the benefit of the any part m the United States on receipt of tl six rani at once or they wW be barred Due from Slate Danhs JnU bankers 551 Moaey refunded if a cure is not effected Sunday school The cause is a good one COAL OIL STOVES QoatBS JtanUlnB lioUbO furniture mihI after strictly tlicmt directions Fine Christmas Goods Address TRC E Walden blacksmith at Union City rlxiures 0609 60 TRAKZC ECSIIiL IHITITeTE C3 The cost will be little and you should go Columos Ohio j5fCalI w have a sale December 28th and re-- rStockton Brooks have a grand dis Â¬ Current expeusen and taxes paid 11 3S ECONOMIST and we thethecelebrated Forsale by Woods 5 Hutchinson Drug- Â¬ Encourage the children It helps them Bills ol other liaiiRs j5uo best en KANUE play of Holiday aud New Year good nc to Tiue Grove Clark county Fractional paper currency nickels 26- gists Richmond Ky and you too Dont forget the time and wise 24- nnd cents 48 51 earth Go and see them Look at tlisircomely Specie Yes but you cant always tell sas J5set 00 Ar ic Well has lelt at The Climax let it go by It k to morrow Thursday IjSiil tender notes UO 9Vw toilet cases graceful hand bag sym Itedeiupllon one You can propose to examine the c Ti e a cluster of nine years of corn all night fund Willi US Treas- Â¬ metrical face mirrors attractive maul urer 10 per eenl of circulation 250 00 pretended wound and if the felloiv refuses g ewn together Rke a bunch of lettuce cure sets chaste oxydized silver goods Totai then you are safe in getting out a warrant Jane Orator fUWI 15 Dinclli irints to see you at his house iu new designs multum in parvo shav Â¬ Examination will certainly decide whether LIAMMTIES The Epiphyllidian and the Philatcthcan He c ner Second and Irvins Streets ing caies for tourists Prangs popular Capital stock paid In SSOOOUOOO If Literary Societies of C U held a joint or not the applicant is really suffering I 23 eery thing that is good for Christ Christmas aud New Year cards Itussiu Surplus fund so ask him for letters of recommendation proms SUM SI meeting last- Friday for the purpose of se- Â¬ unurvideu rraf leather collar aud cull cases conveni iojuw VI imiuiiHi ikiuk notes ouiKiaiiuiu lecting a gentleman to address the Socie- Â¬ If he cant produce satisfactory ones re- Â¬ IlldlVldUHlderxisltKMinimtlnpliMik II 71 Ml M McCarty Phtmbcr has removed ent muic mils autograph albums in Unite fetales depo ll 55 ties in June and also to elect a June Chair- Â¬ fuse him In cases similar to this boy watch Depoxlls of U 8 ititiHirHliig olBcers 6572 W I 3 icadquarters to the coal office of C all sizes patent scrap books lovely Due 10 other National liHiiks 7SW 3 man Congressman W C P Breckin himand if seen to join others or to take a work boxes paper knives thermome- Due lo Slate UanbsunU bankers 171W V T Wells Co next to Second Prcsby ridge was direction different from the one specified selected with Ex United States ters and a thousand other things church 15 Total Senator Jno S Williams as Alternative have him pulled 2Q 27 The Slubles and Grass of the Madi STATK OF KENTUCKY Â¬ Mr Evan T McCord has been retain- Messrs R E Roberts of Texas and W 188 son County Fair Asociaiiou are for County ot Madison PERSONAL ed as attorney and agent for the West K Nelspn of Kentucky were nominated I CD Chenniil Cashier of tlie above rent privately for the year 1390 Judge Field of Louisville rendered imuied bank do mar of the Gcat Falls Land Company Great Falls or Chairman When the ballots were an opinion in a dog case the other day above ststemenUswjlemtily the bestthat my true to J W Bellstein of Louisville is in the M plana Property worth 250000 counted it was found to stand 26 to 24 in iu which he held basing his decision knowledge and belief BEATJWFUL BASKETS AND BIG BOXES OF CHOICE city C D UIIENAULT Cashier 011 the General Statutes that the owner Dik ihe Garnelt House Cook will favor of Mr Roberts Subscribed and sworn to before ma this Dr M C Heath has returned from of a farm or any other premises had 17th dayof December 1MB zz Tpany Proprietor Hart to Somerset And Sixty Box Stalls and the best Georgia An Aged Madison Man Dead 8 V Deatiibkaob Notary TuMlc the right to kill a dog if the dog wa9 a J pc norm on the mammoth range to Mr H B Hogg attorney at law lames Hutchinson died in Scott county caught 011 the premises without his Corubct Attest z Jwliglit ot all hungry people who stop M H It DILLINGHAM Put up in packages to suit purchasers by the live tklr awl last week in the 96th year of his age Booneville was in town yesterday owner or keeper or If the dog was kill a t e Hart Hotel T h MUllKItLEY r Directors It is said that he was born at Boonesbor attentive firm of S Dixklli it Co ing or worrying sheepor cattle News aKBUltNA3l Mrs R E Turley is visiting her par- Â¬ Mr C C Chrisman will sell on Satur ough in 1701 He is accredited with In Hie Slate Ah o a nice COTTAGE ents at Spears in Jessamine county of five rooms Apply at once to The Palace down on First street OtlOKTof the condition or the C December Sth a house and lot con having visited Covington wh- Second there Mrs C F Burnam and daughter Miss keeps choice dry goods Ladies in- Â¬ LV National Bank at itichuionu In Uio m B ARBDCKLE Secy - rg about one acre of ground situated was but one house tint occupied by htuteoi Kentucky at tlieclose of buslne 15- vited c Estill Avenue The property can be the ferryman Cincinnati was a mere Mary arc spending a few days in Cincin- Â¬ Leicmuer urn loav Madison County Fair Association nati 27 30 d - JcJ into good building lots See ad village Fire lornado aud Accident Iusur Mr Hutchinsons father was IlESOURCKS MALAGA GRAPES and PEARS from California Misses Mary and Elise Bennett will be 7 32 ance written by Powell a soldier in the Revolution and was in Loans and discounts- Hfi32S t5 Hon Robert McFarland left down stairs home to night from Ann Arbor for the Overdraft ecnred and unsecured- - 1B1 28 Washingtons army at Yorktown and ORANGES from Florida LEMONS from Sicily a Owcnsboro Sunday and was killed Bonds lo secure The flnibt Christmas goods iu own IT S from approved circulation- - UMUi W Holidays Due rerva awins si s He was a of Gen John other places We haye no history of the 26 27 at Stockton Brook Due from other National itrtiiKs 32 3 BANANAS from Mexico APPLES from Everywhere Mr and Mrs James R Burnam attendline Intra State bnnkK ami bankers St B Houston and his wife Mrs Barbara deceased as to when he left Madison or 9 expeuses and The Palace will not be undersold 15 Current oilier Banks taxes paid- - S15M whether he ever returned on a visit after ed the Chenault Xash wedding in Louis- Â¬ Bills or MI ar land has often visited in Rich- jjio m Come at once and secure a large basket of nice fruit for the IIoKdays paper his removal Perhaps our old friend ville on Thursday last As it will not be possible for me lo Donelson has a quantity of new Mil Fractional ceuis currency uicUtls and lla 3a move my ollice from JJichoIasville at S3 NUTS in abundance and of every kind OYSTERS in bulk by thm Mr Henry Hallcy now a resident of Mr James H White the best looking 13W uu kies surries aud buggies of he new eat Secie Tlie second term of the present session I desire to rent cut the Dr can or auy other quantity Lgai lender XiitteH 9W0 tw present THIN COLUMN Scott but whose family burying ground young man in Manchester is visiting his most popular patterns and at very UedemiiUoii fund with U S Treas Â¬ and Heath house next to St Nicholas aud c Central University wfll begin Monday urer 5 iwreenlof circulation 2250 00 5- at Shearers Station near the old fort is cousin Capt S B White reasonable iigures the rooms over J A Higgins grocery Due rroin U S Treasurer oilier Ja ary 27th 1899 Young men of Mad--- -i the oldest in Kentucky can enlighten us Morristown Tenn has a new paper than 5 percent redemption fund 77S0 Apply to J A Hiogins Col Wm Irvine and wife have gone to County thoald avail themselves of On Hallle Irvine Street live rooms Repeeifullv the Screw Driver TOTAL- Huntsville Ala to visit their brother-in-la56l13 53 t pn lieges of this institution 27 23 cistern yard aud garden to rent Good J II PEARSON Sec Dr Marlin Dead ex Congressman Ad White Our Sheriff occasionally Bales a man repair Cheap Mrs 8 LIABILITIES Is always open and meals served at any hour Oysters served in any styltk ajirtisemcirt J Ward or Capital Last June a man was picked up on the stock paid In 200f00 CS Quail mi toast hot Coffee Fresh Fisli Beefsteak with mushroomMr John Ross and wife and Miss Julia into jail and leaves him there for some Â¬ E W Wiggins 26- Surplus fund tiujttotf 00 Unprecedented Engineer Pearson w4K not be able to streets of Louisville badly paralyzed and Adair Undivided profits of Carlisle are visiting their rela- Â¬ body else to bail out Hi 9il W Co handle the purest and best to a hospital He died unable to Bear in mind that Dinelli e lus office from Nichetasviile for taken Brooks went to New NhUoiuiI Uunk notes outstanding HJUW Stockton tive Mr F II Adair at theGlyndon Billy Devore will sue the railroad for OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED person aud selected their Imllvhlmil deposits subject to clieuk 2ill4S 31 sr c time yet and desires to rent out the speak An envelope in his pocket address of everything Due lo other National llmiks 3iH IU not running through his farm He thinks York in Mr P II Sullivan and wife have relflu ttl good paid cash and got big Due toStnle llanks and ltankem Heath residence on Main Street and the cd to T J Marlin was all the information Note und bills re discouHted the cais would have run all the snakes out Christmas lLSK to Thanking our numerous patrons for an abundant patronage we B iyfcSLIlSd discounts therefore they sell cheap over J A HigeHw grocery See to be had His body became a subject for turned from Kansas where for two years 33ins MssH Two lawyers looked all through The K1136 rs Total a medical college Last week a lady ap Â¬ they have resided and for the present will I s card elsewhere 26 27 ask for a continuance of the same STATK Ot KKNTUCKY Climax except the railroad column last peared in Louisville searching for Dr T be in Richmond Lountv of Madison j bS Tiis Elkin ice house on the lower cor-r- Stouktou Brooks have everything week looking for the railroad news but LoilSIANA bTATt J OTTtitY CoSIMSV I J Stone Walker Cashier of the above Hon C M Clay of Bourbon J Marlin who had been missing for sev- Â¬ 2 2 26 27 for the Holidays of the Dr Walker place on the il named bank do solemnly swear that the Incorporated by t e Legislature for Ed- Â¬ of Senator Harris this county is a failed to find any eral months The strange man dead and above statement Is true lo the best of my ucational and Charitable purposes and its side of the Tates Creek turnpike Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor knowledge and beller dissected from candidate to represent his county in the Tlie Tribble monument was coming franchise made a part of Ihe present State bj ten years ago together with a dam was evidently all the evidence obtained Constitutional Convention J STONE WALKER Cashier through the State of Ohio to this place Pants 550 lo 515 Satisfaction guur-17-2he He left his home at in 1S79 by an o erw helming f- - rmmg an Suliserlbed and sworn to before me this lth Constitution artificial lake to supply Rich-r- - Urbana O two years ago to popular vote travel with day of Dec 1SS Mr Edgar C Boggs left last Monday just after the recent election and some anteed nj with ice has been putted down by an owner of race Its Mammoth Drawings take place Notary Public horses Ceasing to write on a business trip to St Louis and will thoughtful fellow wrote on it For It E Mr Joe Collins owner of the farm Semi Annually June and December and For Rent After January 1 90 house Correct Attest Tcelev last June his wife has ever since been in go to visit his friend and schoolmate Mr Foraker its Grand Single Number Drawings take and acres on Lexington pike of a - W T TEVIS The stables and grass of the Madison search place in each of the other ten months of Tom Hughlett at Vandalia Robbers stole the organ from a Long mile 4from Court House now occupied by T I CHENAULT Direetors C unty Fair Association are for rent the j ear and are all drawn in public at Dr Marlin came to Richmond in Sep- Â¬ VINE f DAVIU W FOR THE Mr George W Jones and wife of Kan Â¬ Island church the other night We should Mrs Turner C II PIGG 24the Academy of Musk New Orleans La jr lately There are four stables with tember of last year located with head- Â¬ sas City visited his mother Mrs Nancy not mind their stealing an organist now First Advice to Mothers REPORT or the condition ol th in the FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS exv box stalls and one of the best half quarters at Foxs livery stable and his card Jones at Foxtown this county last week and then but we draw the line when it Bank at Ktehmoiul UnWnrei0TrsSooTiuaaSTiiuphooldawiirs mate 01 Kentucky hi the close ol business For Integrity of its Drawings and Prorrpt m S3 Ctew in The Climax X if tracks in the State Also a nice appeared He was a on their way home from a delightful sum- Â¬ comes to taking the organ be used when children are cutting teeih It re Â¬ December MM m llih l Q HI L Bl ol Pi 9t Payment of Prizes attested as follows lieve the little tuTercrat once itprodacesnataral H 1 ti STb c ttageof five rooms ffi St Jtf ffl This is the best graduate of the Ontario Veterinary Col- Â¬ mers tour in Europe Mrs Jones visited P VI 9 quiet leep and the little cherub awakes as bright The Society for the Prevention of Cru- Â¬ We do hereby certify that we super Â¬ 4r ffi 9 q j3 H wk u r H V H B very pleasant to taste It RESOURCES sa n button It is location in Kentucky for raining and lege vise the arrangements for all the Monthly relatives in France and Germany where elty to Animals in Switzerland has re- Â¬ soothes the child softens the guns allays all pain iiOnn niul Discounts a fl8S5 83 and Semi Annual Drawings of The Lou sud stables Apply- to Mr M B Ar regulates the boirelsaadis the best Imovrnremedr solved to banish cats from the Republic she was educated wveruraus secureu unit uustfeureu Old Fence Signs imf or diarrhoea whether arising from teething or isiana State Lottery Coinpanj and in perbutkle Secretary of the Association u uonus to soeure circulation other causes Twenty Are cents a bottle From the Pineville Messenger Miss because they are catching the English son manage and control the Drawings Stocks securities J udgmentKclalin3 On the left hand side of the Tates Sec advertisement 5 6VK8 0I themselves Sparrows In this country the Society is and that the same are con- Â¬ Creek turnpike goingout of town and Hallie Boggs of Madison is visitimr Mrs I have wlial you want ami you hare what I want I have Um Due trom approved reserve agents 28281 lk in good Due from other National UhuUs lT2t 91 ducted v ith honesty fairness and Doll Sale F Slusher Mr Eugene Parrish is thinking of banishing the sparrows to keep Jacobmerchant tailor Due Irom State liauks mid bankers Charlie just before the first toll gate is reached J toward all parties and we authorize goods and you have the money Cant we trade 150 45 faith I think so In On next Saturday December 21st in there are three advertisements painted on home again altera business thrip through them from catching the cats Overcoats al30 worth 40 Imported ItonkliiK housA furniture und 1st the Company to use this certificate with CO ures Beeaiise I have the heat and irechesi f Why A patent medicine man prepared a label and domestic cloth in stock Call aud Oilier real estate und mortgages 7W0 facsimiles ot our signatures attached in fact I know it Mr Allen the Revenue Budding by the ladies of the the il fence that have lasted Virginia and Tennessee lrfJS 90 its advertisements owned 17 28 everything and that is precisely what you want Bow can you pall the Episcopal Church a dot sale Other longerrnan such work usually does In Embry of Richmond Ky is in our town thus If a separation occurs in this see Infill 281 bO Current oxpemes and taxes pald am w attractions Dont fall to go and take fact we doubt if there is a sign in Rich- Â¬ looking about with an idea of investing preparation it can be re incorporated by US through Christmas without For the handsomest Holiday goods 1retiilmiiHiiB lJanksltouds- 11111s of other A chewing gum man got even y our friends and buy MberaHy mond near so old Judging from tlie size some Madison county money in Pineville agifcition Fractional paper currency nickels Brooks iu town go to Stockton as m nnu cenis with him by writing a label as follows Oranges Grapes Bananas- - Lemons Currants Citron Raisins style and several colors of the letters the Specie 7juei 25 27 Will Kemove This gum preserves the teeth perfumes Lgai leiiuer rtotes 300 UU signs were painted at the same time and and Nuts of all kinds By tlie new year Mr L P Sanders Powell represents Ten of the largest Redemption fund with U S Treas- Â¬ the breath and beautifies digestion urer a per centof circulation- by the same persons They read wJl have removed his cigar factory to the Fire Insurauce Companies and- writes CMMISSIONERS The Australian ballot system has its Thomas Rowland Grocer Miss Mag Ten barrels of pure stick Candy and 500 lbs of Fire Crackers Boys Mayan 71 Total rooms recently vacated by the Revenue Stables and funny side like most other institutions A Mills Stores Dwelling Newland Millinery D P Bedinger LIABILITIES Do you catch on do you hear First class Flour with the finest office south side of Main Street With 7 32 We tlie undersigned Banks and Bankers voter is given a ballot with the names of Live Stock at Lowest Rates Miss was Groceries Newland Capital stock paid in -- 8000 CO will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana Soda Baking Powder and other requisites the removal the retail business will close The largest line of fine The Kentucky Central will sell tickets all the candidates printed thereon He is SOjUOU CU Surplus fund married more than eighteen years ago ron nvsPKisiv 2W7 98 State Lotteries which may be presented at Lamps in town Undivided nrotlts at two cents per mile December 23rd to sent alone into an enclosure and he marks Beautiful Washstand Sets handsome Vases in pro-Â¬ Use llrownn Iron lllllers jsjuueoo our counters and the sign has been in existence longer National Ilsnk notes outstanding About to Starve lbysldaas recommend it January 1st good until January 3rd inuiYiduaiuepositssuDicctiocnecK vmi i R M Walmslev President Louisiana fusion Every description of One fellow the names of his choice AU dealers keep It il0O bottle Gcnuino uue to oilier national uam The four banks of Richmond show a even than that time The three persons sm Tlie Arnold Railroad case occupied simply wrote on the back of his ballot I has trade mar It and crossed red lines on wrapper Duo to State Banks and bankers 2717 SS National Bank have long since departed this life and capital stock of JSooooooo individual Notes and bills re dlscountcd 2ttWSI Iierrk Lanaux President State Na- Â¬ the court an entire week going to the want to vote the same way as Morris 9 So 1 deposits Loans and dis Â¬ the places where they did business have 71453189 SH581 71 tional Bank Total evening damThe estimate of jury last Ileaphy many of our people A Baldwin President New Orleans counts 503348 07 Did you ever see been forgotten by Remember the Palace Dry Goods STATE OF KENTUCKY lo o National Bank In this connection we should mention ages ranged from Sjoool to 35000 The such lieavy individual deposits Lousty or Madison j 0 15- See re- Â¬ House Baltimore Weekly Sun Carl Koax President Union National that a recent advertisement on the fence jury will probably return a verdict to day port in to days issue I J E Grecnleaf Cashier or the above Includlns TOYS PURSES PIPES c We know of no better paper than the Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor No named bank do solemnly swear that the Bank A Wheeling W Va telegram says near the above was painted to read above statement Is true to ihe best or niy GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING Land Sold Meals at all hours only 25 cents Some Work will be commenced in a few days Baltimore Weekly Sun It is made up 26 N Second Street Suits 25 to 45 knowledge and belief FThe finest brands of Canned and Bottled Goods Choke 17 2S J K QitEELNLBAF Cashier Auctioneer Bush reports the sale of enterprising individual has erased the on the S julh Side extension of the Union iu part from the Daily Sun which has At the Academy of Music New Orleans brands of CIGARS and TOBACCO Fresh FISH and OYSTEKS Subscribed mid sworn to buloreine this 17th TUESDAYJANUARY 14 1890 land by Mrs Robert Miller Saturday as figure 2 leaving the sign to read This uo superior bit the Weekly contains Meals Railroad bridge terminal system If you want to buy a sulky surrey day ol Dec 1SS0 much excellent matter entirely its follows Thirty acres en Waco Turn at all hours only 5 cents Mr Barnett work will include a double track tunnel Jno V Crooke Jr Notary Public Capital buggy or carriage call on Douelsuu twenty four hundred feet long through a own The agricultural department of for he has the latest best and cheapest Correct Attest rke near first toH gate to Mr Anderson lv iH most likely have a rush of guests 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each solid ledge of rock The South Side work the Weekly Is edited with great care J WOAPKBTON V Quarters 5 Tenths 2 Chenault at 7260 per acre thirty three Halves 10 5- IL X WUITK Directors Memorial Meeting The Davis Twentieths i and is always full of practical articles will cost 1000000 acres on opposite side of pike to N B WM M IUVINE Ladles call at the Palace before buy- Â¬ origlual and selected The poultry deLIST OF PRIZES The Memorial Meeting in honor of Tcrrill at 55 per acre AH the railroads entering New Orleans Prize of 300000 is- 8300000 Com sold af 130 in the field hay at Jefferson Davis was carried out on Wed have agreed upon the construction of a partment is in the hands of an expert ing your Fall Dry Goods and save RKPOHTortheaindltionot the Farmers 111 the 8- 100000 Prize of icoooo is 15- und lie suggestions aud answers to money Mute ot Koniucky at the close of business nesday at the Court house in accordance belt railroad The project is to 5io 50 for 2500 pound stacks Prize of 50000 is embrace coriespoiidenla contained iu It are cre- Â¬ December 11th lbt 50000 with the programme in that days Climax a union station built near the Prize of 35000 is Insure your property iu one of S - 25000 intersection KUled RESOUKCES The house was crowded and every evi- of Canal and Claiborne Streets which is ating great interest in a rapidity grow- Â¬ Powells Ten Companies Prizes of 10000 are 20000 7 32 278S22 03 Loans and discounts Clifton T Hogan foreman of the Win- dence of a heartfelt interest was manifest Prises of 5000 are ing Industry The veterinary column 25000 Overdrafts secured nud unsecured 77K at close to the centre of the city on property Prizes of 1000 are 254160 chester Sun and brother-in-laof Mr The speakers were Rev C P Williamson LIQUOR UAB1T Is a feature of the Weekly that is espec- Â¬ DRUNKENNESS MXW 00 In all U S lloudi to secure circulation tttockssecuritlesludgmeutsclaini8 100 Prizes ot 50000 ooarei I J Adams foreman of the Cimax fell Col Thomas W Bullitt of Louisville grants enjoyed by the Louisville and ially valuable to the owners of stock the World there is lut One Care etc iXO 00 00000 200 Prizes of 300 are Due trom approved reserve agents into the cut made by the K U Railroad Rev L H Blanton Senator John D Nashville which road U to undertake the The articles on this subject are contrib- Â¬ ISKi SO 500 Prizes of Dr Haines Golden Specific oo are 100000 I2IPS US Due front other National Banks construction of the belt over a route that uted by a well or tea or coffee und er Main street at Winchester Satur- Â¬ Harris Hon W B Smith Prof Wm known veterinary sur Â¬ It can be Riven In a cupthe person taking Dup front State Banks and bankers 1117 76 PRIZES APrROXIMATIOX knowledge ot day night and died Sunday His tracks Willson Hon G C Lockhart of Paris has already been mapped out geon who also replies through the col without the a speedy and permanent cure xkinxing iiouHc iuniiiure aim SpflO CO 100 Prizes of 500 are it effecting fixtures 50000 whether the patieut is a moderate drinker or tendered in gold 18 IB SO 100 do showed that he was endeavoring to walk Dr 300 are 30000 J M Poynts presided Rev M to The railroadcompany amount awarded umns of the Weekly to Inriulriers of nu alcoholic wreck Thousands otdrnnkanls Current expenses aud taxes aid T0 Clicrksnud other cash items Mr BJ Clay the 200 are 100 do 20000 around a raud Lole and stepped over tliel Evans opened the services with prayer COG W subscribers with regard to the diseases have been cared who have taken the GoldenÂ¬ Bills of other ton ks Boys weve got you this time and yon cant deny it Uow Why their TERMINAL rRIZKb His watch was broken and and Rev Tomas Cummins pronounced by the jury but he refused to accept of animals and remedies for such ail- Â¬ Specific In to daycoEeo without their knowl Fractional pnper cuuency nickel precipice edge and think they quit drinking ot 533 and cents do The company thereupon went to work ments The series of articles published their owu freewill No harmful effect re- Â¬ Speoio 100 are tlie hands stood at ieio showing the the benediction in CHRISTMAS GOODS- - We have both counters and a temporary 99i9 sults rom Its administration Cures guaran Â¬ lAiil tender nntes uwtt 100 are 99500 999 do exact time of the accident for circular and fnil particulars The speeches abounded with glowing upon Mr Clays land Mr Clay then in the Weekly in response to the ques Â¬ teed fend confidence Golukn Specific Co Iletlemptlon fund with US Trtxis- center counter running from end to end of the store piled up until Address In urcr per cent of circulation 2250 00 Does Farming Pay 17 16 has at- Â¬ 185 IlacoSU Cincinnati O ing tributes to the worth and grandeur of applied to Circuit Court Clerk W H tion 1054800 Familiar Names 3134 Prizes amounting to higher Look at our eharming Miller for a supersedeas which would tracted great atteutlon Several bright 8SXtiflI 90 Total Note Tictets drawing Capital Prizes wo cant pile them any Glancing over the names of the U S Mr Davis Many Persons have been equivalent to an injunction stories aud a variety of miscellaneous LIABILITIES are not entitled to terminal Prizes A number of houses in town were District Court Jurors selected at Balti Â¬ 15OO0O 00 against the railroad company but Mr aud literary matter will be fouud In the Are broken down from overwork or household draped in mourning Browns Iron Bitters ex- Cnpllnl stock paid lu Surplns fnnd 500UUU trial of two more of the more for the AGENTS WANTED on W T Tevis Rev L H Blanton Miller declined to issue such a paper 9317 K current number of the Weekly Sun rebuilds the system aids digestion removes Undivided profits Navassa rioters we find the following cores malaria Get the ccnnlae tfjEXUUO gZf For Club Rates or ny further National Itank notes outslaudlne Mr Thomas Thorpe were appointed J A new railroad in Virginia the Or- Â¬ The puzzle column has proved n fea- Â¬ cess of bile and and Individual denoMtssubject to cheek VUJS88 5 imormation desired write legibly to the names that are fararXar in this county to other Nmlouul touks 811 81 undersigned clearly stating jour res nlcnce to draft resolutions which ange and Keysville Road is to be built at ture Interesting to a large number of The Palace carries the largest assort Â¬ Due to State Banks and Bankers 7M 16 Duo George Berry A C Grerrf Wm Mc- Â¬ a committee once The road is bonded for 1500000 readeis aud the ladles department is ment of handsome dress goods in town with State County Street and Number Bewitching Toilet Sets lovely Manicure Sets superb Christmas and follows they reported as Cord Will King Charley White John fKSJllK More rapid return mail tlelircry will be New Year Cards handsome Cut Glass Bottles of Perfume Orna Â¬ Total no less attractive to women Iu town 1 The head of our cause is bowed to of first mortgage bonds and the money 15- assured by jour enclosing an Envelope Thomas George Lewis Wm Arnold STATE OP KENTUCKY the last decree A great chieftain a noble secured for tlie construction This road aud country Apply at The Climax Coauty of Madison f mental Paper Knives Unique Ink Stands Elaborate Collar and Caff bearing your full address Fancy dress goods at the Palace in Daniel Boene Jhh WBsonand Jim Keene roan a splendid soldier has fallen In commences at Keysville at the junction ofllce for rales 18 S Parke Cashtcrof the nbovo norned 15- every color 3 Cases Compact Traveling Shaving Cases beautiful Music Rolls pretty X JVE3P recalls a conspicuous sign The above bank do solemnly swear tlint the nbovo stood as of the Mecklenburg and Clarktville Rail- Â¬ stalument Is true to tho best of my know Â¬ Address M A DAUPHIN weobcrvedTnBroadway In New York the maturity of his manhood he his kin- road on the Richmond and Danville sys Â¬ Largest line of Dolls in the city at M Scrap Books Cute Autograph Albums Heart Smashing Work Boxes ledge arid belief the champion for the freedom of 8 8 PA UKES John G Taylor Rich Subscribed nnd sworn toboforo iiiqCashier or M A Dauphin New Orleans La C for the girls Parlor Thermometers Fancy Note Paper and Envelope C H Piggs cheap the other day Todd Bales and Sullivan it D tem and runs north 93 miles connecting H Washington dred In this he failed but in that failure this lTlh carries im- Â¬ Ky By containing Monejr 1SS To Taint a Portrait Its only a question of lime and a mond stocks of Salt Lime day of Uecumber Bukjiaji Notary Public Order ordinary letterExpress Companies enchanting Sachet Packages and a long list of SO FORTB he illustrated and made glorious our cause with the Virginia and Midland Road near issued by all Rout H Orange C II It also has a branch of 8 abort time loo as to when your rheu mense New York ExchangeDraft or Postal Note CoBBEcrp Attest The Winchester bar has decided to have and passed to the silence and inactivity of miles to Buckingham C II a total length matism will yield to Hoods Hnrsapu the Cement and Address Registered Letters containing punted a portrait of the venerable Jddge death with no reproach no blame upon C F BURN AU Currency to Directors T J WM1TII His public and of 100 miles thus making a route between rllla Try it Machinery and Im- Â¬ It tfaelr Court his personal character James Flanagan to hangfe JAMBS BENNETT NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK Washington and Raleigh N C 79 miles liouse along with those of many other private life were singularly free from blame plements Sulkies Gear and New Orleans La C H Piggs Dolls at M H iL The earlier you come the larger the stock you will have from Last and will ever be an erample of conscien Â¬ shorter than via the Virginia Midland prominent citizens patt and present REMEMBER that the pajraeot of the best line of Groceries in When nature falters and requires A Climax man in at Mr C M Christmas is not half what it should be ii you Prizes is Uuaianteed by rour National which to select week the committee awarded the contract tious purpose and courageous action As help recruit her enfeebled enemies the market Banks of New Orleans and tlie Tickets to Miss Katie Heira who has been teach- statesman soldier gentleman he present Â¬ Shanahans camp near Fainville in Estill with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ V Alt Tl nrf nfAlTIAF OMkadiA 41- vvtnL A n mA TltuAr tA aAmAhnnv the President of an are I will offer at public sale on Satur Â¬ tion signed by chartered rights are Institu- Â¬Â¬ ir ing art in Richmond for some weeks ed the highest type of manhood and as county last week In Mr Shanahans ing Cordial and Blood Purl Her SI per recog whose lloberleys Cow Food day DE0EMBER23th a 27 39 Miss Hehn has getic to Winchester and Kent jckians we are proud of his nativity abtence Mr McCord did the honcHgf botlie nized In the highest Courts therefor be Â¬ or lower prices anywhere than at Prepared especially for milk cows to 2 That to his grief stricken wife and the occasion and right royally were they ware of alt imitations or anonymous begun thework She is an artist of rare Vase toys candies and everything else schemes increase yield of Milk and Butter ability and with a subject ef marked family we tender our profoundest and most done In addition to an elegant dinner at M H C H Piggs Avenue containing about it the price of the ONE DOLLAR Prices reasonable delivered any phce On Estill of Ground with the lmprve heartfelt sympathy and unite in the com- Â¬ we and our friends were furnished with cliaracterisitcs of personal appearance One Acre smallest part or fraction of a Ticket mules to view the work He has Ladies call at the Palace and exam In towu Will also grind com on cob rnents Tlie property cau be divided by us in say Drawine Anything baaed the result will be a picture well werth the mon sorrow which at this hour hangs like saddle ut wr into nice building lots name offered for le Ihiua Dollar k a honor of befog pnsstrvod m such a public a gloomy pall over the hearts of the whole a 300 foot tunnel near the camp is in one Ine their elegant slock of dress goods for ihe public GrlndiugdayHitanlay 26 2 15 28 27 23 hundred feet at one end and going in at ami notions T S MOBBRLEY South land I C CHRISMAN swindle way Â¬ Tan Â¬ tin -- Â¬ the oilier He is a thorough railroad man at all the Shanahans are and knows precisely how to construct the most road in the least time and the best work for the smallest expenditure of money Tlie work outside the tunnel all the way along the line is rapidly progressing in a most satisfactory manner and the road will be built before you think of its being half done The work on the Herndon and Clay lands is moving right along as rapidly as tlie limited number of men that can be worked in cuts can perform it A bill has been introduced in Baltimore city council providing for the construction of the proposed railroad tunnel under the bed of Howard street to give the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad quicker transit across that city and to complete its connec- Â¬ tions with the Maryland Central Railroad which under its new reorganization scheme will be extended to a connection with the Reading at Harrisburg It is now learned that the company heavily backed by New York and Pittsburg capU tal has already 5000000 assued for the construction of the tunnel and the con- Â¬ necting lines Property owners along Howard street are greatly agitated over the matter The Academy of Music the Baltimore City College the Johns Hop- Â¬ kins University and some of the largest and newest stores and warehouses in the city are located along Howard street The architects of the company have prepared several very attractive designs for the stations which will be erected along the line ot the tunnel and railroad The main pas- Â¬ senger station which will occupy the whale block from Howard to Liberty and from German to Lombard streets will be supplied with handsome waiting rooms and entrances from German Howard and Liberty streets The descent to the tunnel will be by a broad double staircase and elevators The prospects are brightening for the proposed new railroad Irom Madison Indiana to Cumberland Gap or a point near Middlesborough and the indications are that work on the line will begin with the early spring Messrs John W Lee of Bedford Ky and John T Bashaw directors of the road have lately been do- Â¬ ing a great deal in behalf of the scheme and it is said that matters arc now brighter for the road than ever before Capitalists have become interested in the project and seeing that it will in all likelihood prove a good paying investment they have prom- Â¬ ised to back the projectors with all the necessary financial strength and the suc- Â¬ cess of the scheme is thus assured Sur- Â¬ veyors will be put in the field probably next week and if the weather permits the line will be located by the first of the new year a good part of the way Graders will follow the linemen and no time it is said will be lost pushing the road to a rapid completion The Madioon line as now projected will begin at Milton Trim- Â¬ ble county on tlie Ohio river just oppo- Â¬ site Madison Ind and will run through the counties of Trimble Henry and Shelby and thence on in a direct line to Cumberland Gap at a point not yet decided upon Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of the Fliglit Into Egypt It was uot possible however for the active injaginatiiii of the early Cliri tiaus to rest cm tut with St Matlliewt short aud plain record of Hie Flight They in list kmw mure about it huvv nrnde through tlie pilgritnuge wnwhat places the Holy Fumfy passed what marvels tmd portents happened by the way and where they fouud a resting place And so the process of myth making mid legeud bliildiiig be Kun In answer to the quest ions ol naive and childish curiosity The brief rec- Â¬ ord of the fact was enlarged aud em- Â¬ bellished and embroidered with fmcles The literature or the Flight unfolded itself iu the apocryphal gospels of the eecoud and third centuries and con Â¬ tinued lis growth through the poems and chronicles of the Middle Ages Nothing can be more clear than the diflerence between the elmpte state ment of St Matthew that the journey was made a slateuieut which bears every mark of being historical and reads as if It were merely a transcript of the Virgin Marys remembrance of that hurried aud dream like episode aud the wild fantastic fables of later times Aud yet I think these fanciful stories which were told so often at the fireside in the lent at the resting place of the reapers and by the camp tires of the caravan are worth reading be cause they are so fresh aud childlike aud sometimes so pretty and because they hare had such an hillueuce upon art Henry Van Dyke Iu Harpers MaRaisine for December Marvellous Â¬ Slorips LOOK AT US A H Lnlor lias been raised among you be has been on tlie South side of oi0o Main Street commencing in a small way he has gradually built up a busiThe KECOKD TI5RM of the present of this institution will begin ness whose jwitriiis are numbered all over Madison county Ills stock takes iu every single item in the grocery line Monday January S7ih5 his store being loaded He has made additions aud improvements to make But students will be received at any room for the large slock he has recent- time aud charged for the term only ly bought in the city consisting hi part For further information aud Cata Â¬ of a great variety of Christmas goods logue apply to There Is 110 empty put on about A H L H BLANTON Lalor but he plods along In the even 27 30 Chancellor tenor of his way and gives value received for what you spend at his house Dont fail to give him a call at his stand ippositeI3ouauzi Mills where you will always flint a welcome 24 27 Â¬ WM UNIVERSITY Nonce lo Creflitor s D I -- 0 AM ON M f Talton Nbwbys Trustee TADISON CIRCUIT COURT I D Â¬ I have a fine eeleeikw of swpertr creditors J All persons having eialms agaiast Talton Newby tleeM are required to produce said claims before me verified according to law on or before February 1st 1890 For the HMfejre Call ml see Hmb J R BURNAM 27 29 M r it c C Tjlton NKWBYsHrs vs Diamonds J have mr8e8icaiK Onfoflh BBTTfltB - uoriii r nrtuoriKt Â¬ as Aboe Ft twrM P M POPES UltHnwiMKut mwi tbc rwK f Only tftotw wfc wrtM Watches a variety of exqoMo if AYEttttraPcz ihMri lh rlMimr rfc KCpe- tuwlirfl twb artMMs stxw4 ym TW to lh AHrhvtJm p 4 kn mm tm - Itoad horses trotters and runners shod In any 11anucr desired I have just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ anteed at the very lowest price Shop back of Brookss drug store Ilespectfully 8febly S L MIDRIFF BANK REPORTS of the Madison REPORT of tlie conditionItteliinuuu in 1110 Bank t Xbxt Dook to Post Office TIIE BEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR Tto fcPowfcjg cttt fiv M1I n W imc9 mti mrtywmm f W ftwrti f GOLD WATCHES For JtMttee awl yrtlciMoii auMakte CtsrhiMMM preeoate ttotrt tk ffMrtfc prr IMMt bret tt1 mu from u ir l IO u balk WIt t vamA dnUt m irto utRT williWsVwfcw7mlfc ImmilkcMait Uy at for Hardirare ana Stores LARD CANS BUTCHER KNIVES AdfeMH HAUFTTAtO hi S0 tt fwrrLAHu ItfQNCY REFUNDED Tnane mark SILVERWARE I have a choice lot of solid Silverware in all the newest designs Youeauowt nuu a uanummier article lor a preetK HEAT CUTTERS y jjStgBTiaa E3BsiJ8tlffijfe CLOCKS D t ft- - P Armer Â¬ -- 83 Â¬ PRIVATELY I AT- r K1 teei Â¬ ANYS Â¬ HALF LF TRASS Candy for Christmas -- Fruits for Friends OurDINING-ROOM- - ft I 1 To RENT Attraction - Â¬ tS son-in-la- left-hz-- DINEIiZiI CO S S -- rc wDSoV Em J Â¬ Â¬ - ppst-and-ra- 0jkg0 cc JZf rr Â¬ Holiday Goods T 26-2- Prize 300000 Â¬ J COjVIE ISD TRIBBLE see me Â¬ Â¬ c3 Â¬ Holiday Books - fett K OZMJSr Â¬ Â¬ Farm Hair best We Are Selling Them Eight Along jnnr ftt L Â¬ iJ HOUSE AND LOT c hs ninv MITHS h M- - z -- ywTjt Tfi -- - fsr- - KoSCcncy Esitfiirei of Scspcasiolo Parties to Conneaee 4 Trcatacat Itendt of lit KAWEAH COLONY is Host residents of this county have Of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pjl the Celebrated Examining Physician known that a colony of Socialists liad of Tin France Medical axb Surgical Ij sTrvTE Colurrbua Ohio by request been established in the Sierra Nevada of HMur friends and patients has decided to wit mountains on the Upper Kaweah and J R LARZELERE M D Tliree Tear Work bjr a Social Colony la Sierra Kevauls t in r Forest but the progress they have made what they propose te do and their meth- whihiiorwi ana jiiammauon r ree ana sineuv entweetral Hi the Invate lartor ot ods are understood by few HOTEL GLYNDON one day onlv The colony at present consists of about The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is he only Medical seventy five persons but is growing Institute m the State Incorporated with a Capital of 30Oou oo Some of them have been on the site threo years or more all living in tents made by stretching canvas over frames with double roofs and walls which ad Â¬ ded to carpets big stoves and tbe usual comforts of more pretentions houses make the cloth structures quite comfort- Â¬ able even in the snows of a mountain winter These tents are laid off in streets water is piped in and other con- Â¬ veniences are provided They have some flats of meadow land on which vegetables enough to meet the needs of tlte community are raised and tlie general idea is to spread oat in fruit and other products as well as various lines of manufacture until tlie colony produces about all it will require Tlie Scheme also involves tlie operation of valley farms Thus far they have con- Â¬ fined their efforts to tlie building of a I road said by outsiders to be tbe best tltorotighfare yet constructed into tlte mountains Difficulties liave not been evaded but tlie grade lias been followed wlierever it led Blasting has been done in places wltere a man could not get a footlroW to drill being let down with ropes This will be a toll road i Tlie society lias written bylaws for its government but countenances neither churches nor saloons The immediate administration of affairs is vested in a board of trustees with a superintendent for each department of labor AVhen ever a new member is admitted be is put at tbe work lie is used to and all are paid alike viz 90 cents an hour A b days work is limited to eight hours al- Â¬ Uf JtLR50H MEDICAL COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA PA though a member may work any time THE CELEBRATED EXAMINTXG THTSIC IAN OF THE less than at PHAXCE 2JEDJCAX AXD SURGICAL INSTITUTE All work this or none in all if he so elect is paid for scrip issued by 38 43T CitSUnc kact KBtioTSUtc leiseColiiiibu0 Cspitsl 380066 Iusrjsalti1 16 tlie trustees good for supplies or any Â¬ D hiKi ot Xew York tbe reU Ibowh awl racceMtol Specialist in Cbroaic Dieeateg awl Pieaas of tnc t yg and Ear on account of hie larse practice is Ohio has eUMuhed the TiSSZZ thing among members in fact a legal XSStStLlXSZpzzZ where all forms of Cinst Xtrrt tzi Jririts IbtiSH TO to izsittSj tusl a tender He is allvaistrd by a fall conisof emLoeotlhyaiciaMaml Surgeons ii5tfcamafijiirriylK It is thought that this scrip can be ettlumtpa nor Leaf Ueby a newan I nmr foiibm vteOaxl 1JR Fkac JillOHlJlATTO 2AMIISS peculiar thtk x yiarsof expencBcchasdiseOTered made to circulate among outsiders in after the protest cure known for alt disease to tbe Female diseases ltoritirelr ured time by placing a premium on it in ex-Â¬ b the new ana rented y Ol ire Tbe cure ia effect bv borne treat A Monster Smokestack aeas Saoucy karmlew and eastlr applied Bossoai CWSBKirBK I2ZS 1S3 SZZ1ZZL7 iOinriXTIii change for anything tlie colony may Tlie monster chimney of the new enwe ofatpxxsa ooaxatbkd Uwi cm earr tn all ases caaca asd b BealdT rafuratlea eff ttaa ccU produce At present it is kept at home Fall River Iron Works mill the largest BeeaB4meafinBliirleatlai Tt w CBamrtra rrriart tl mta ti mi a aaaa j malTaa reroai- ailaarj atgaaa These people believe in neither interest nor profit all articles being liandled at in America and the fifth largest in tho PRIVATE aha a aaaawDr aa repa la CUM BtrtctareDISEASBS Blood Patjon Tmfm Tatst worldwas completed recently It is 230 ScBalaal LaiuaaL Laaa of Snaal Faorr cost I Mr af aaabaA I lira aaa TaatMaa af ScBBal Orimaa Waalaf Drotrr la Malear rrButo ariUa BBOBaer fcaai kaWu af yaMa ar atioal kaatu af bu Now while the colony is getting upca feet above the ground Tlie bottom of SI 7X VJCE after jm af npim bai tiaaiiuia - aare aaan arnwrBaral laat SaBaUtalM tac arxaU nBOdaBa Bar eaaat 9 a aawa aa a Baca aaa uoum laia e tii la its feet it derives support from member- Â¬ the foundation is seven feet below tide fWur lal rcrakaBesUf tact CaaaallirtiB M aad inieBW r ill Hill aaaaatacv aimral arMlit an mww vnui Aaaalow cam BBraBt Ko water and feet below tho ground taauakr laari BBlfilaftsa rmtajiBSllnl BMBaatcj aCBt ZreB Lf Hw ar riaaiaca affiBar Baan aaa Baad Sram oaacrvaaoB BrampUf aaavaraa bb4 Scasea itaaa taearrBa ship fees A paid up membership costs making thesixteen height a of Bt i af trau la aB porta af tte rBau4 total of the chimney 500 made up in monthly instalments of aaro c x tiaa af Bar lir laaaa rlaaMiB ar SCO feet W DISEASES OF WOltBN Tlie base is square for a dis- Â¬ kare a rpntal dirart Kfbn ananBffpaaitBa MStaijTtocrf bbbbv 5 each Wlten 100 Is paid in tbe mem- Â¬ btarbiiBg aScar Maas vaJUM Saaaa r yaal n lainnBlr orcaBiaro aaa ciaaua CBCoaarntr M fee Yak aata latotaMBa of 4taeaaa of awwa r CHlTibr aliillUB aaaaaatti r tance of about thirteen feet from oar Erj caae Ike aaa ar BiaalB aaar caa tea MM n i Irvacb af Bijh A Mr aaeBal af srrat- - apanaLM SasVtr aj lemr ar ia pmoB U itibb caeaBWarcan ber is entitled to move into the colony ground tlien tapers up gradually tho fa aaa eaaaiacrate attrattaa laipartaM raaea aae Bam for and go to work There are many per- Â¬ Lib aaa Bat MSN Baa aalfl of all tar baaae aSjoioiaBalntftv aarv SLJ p iinaai at cava aaa awn avaiBBaae Baaa aara aaeBiStorafalIoaaBea of otUaMt aacetaXU Ia utuanl sons in this state and even far cast who about eight feet and from that up the ad i t j- r iAr TO V rLX AOED XEV Tam Bar txBBaa af 4uca bmbIut la fcauan oar aaema ka kara auuata orr are paying up memberships with tlie ex- Â¬ cnimney is cylindrical in form The aayaaaar wUu4iUt nfrqncalfaTaaaaC tW Iwoaauaa of oar BoeWaHa SrlBf tatieft oM oaaf aarrlad a ar awaa by a atlfM barujr ar Ulan aeav atok- rkk aa4 Boar Oar Bull id la raatrrif trtr from pectation of some day joining tlte col-Â¬ diameter at the base is thirty feet at the faatarca af tar aarral rraetlttaoer aaaialr Laaal aa aimr tba bOaat aaaart aVe arMira ta4 H laaiiMT W vraaan raw Ob saaaMaUMM af tl BrtaafT aVrac alaf B rtmw ony This is true of professional men narrowest part it is fifteen feet The ana IfiJtrttE twiT BVBBBBaa4 BBBMbaaM BBMll Battaatea Bf alaa 4ra liailllalalBal aaa laral u tka aaat d w ho are not up to road building but are flue lias a uniform diameter of eleven rasUraUatatBBtfBaBBaaHanai liana Saw to mat tacnaolrca laiiial aaaBraaee Taarc an 11 IT BIB SFTLE78T OS FITS Poahtrtlj csml bj a nrw aal vao Sat af amia ifV BUr afaaraBl off BVt Baaaf vast U a waiting until the colony grows to need feet Tho walls at the bottom are thirty two inches thick and in the thinnest wrt 7KEB KXAMTKATIOK OF THE UBINE Each person app ving lor maHcal treat their services when they will be ready twelve inches It is built of brick above to serve at 30 cents an hour Any mem- Â¬ should tend or b inp f rom 2 to I onneeaof unrte ihatpanied 8ret m the raoraiBg preferred nent the foundation the number used being trbirli ir ill rerei ve a caret at ebemical and mienkseopieal exaaiBatkm ber may j ermns ruin in m ann or nniramea preieiWKre wno keep trlBinp with tbcai saosttl Otter comes withdraw at any time if lie be- 1700000 N Y Telegram dissatisfied and receive his full montn inrin pwwwaaia auna jnj t MNis ctaaiNjBintla BaHBaici mppiy IsaBwaiateiv Dndo Salvationists rerferaed m old cafes which have Iwen Dejrlefted of BBkilllHHr dividend besides what he lias paid in Hr- W N rKM IIUilULnrUL IUUriLO treatnl No expenmeDU or failares Quite a new sensation in tho religious artiee treated br auQ In joining one must be recommended by sad espresa bot wbeiaj poniMe personal cenMltation preferred Curable cases gHarasteed West End now two members Tlie l aw am cnnaxiifmiienre connacnuai ATeaiHtem reni i o IS6 tnanr lwrtof U 72 a colony is now as of good repute with a way is provided at thewhile musing in Uaxot 130 questional tree Address with postage PH FR A WCE H Cij SL CtLTlg Last Sunday evening mostly American Regent street on tlie vanity of human scattering of Germans and Swedes A reserve fend is maintained to pay wishes and other subjects of a similar New and Original Designs any who may wish to sever their con Â¬ character my attention was attracted I found myself nection with the organization Then by the sound of sol OF ARTISTIC whenever there i a surplus a dividend at the corner of Hanover street in the Is declared this being based upon the presence of a group of elegant mashers time checks or scrip each holds This is and masheresses who were singing where tlie joker comes in on those who hymns Tlie ladies especially attracted They were young and have lolled in tbe shade rather than my attention Osr GmtMi Ciearamte Brile ff AVall charming they wore delicate little work O aataat H These dividends become private prop Â¬ waists diamond earrings smart sashes erty as we understand it and may be so and the most coquettish little sailor hats liandled or turned into any of the enter- Â¬ imaginable and they carried the latest prises under way Tbe private property novelty in parasols of the husband beater in the colony however must be confined species The young gentlemen were faultlessly to a lrouse lot and personal effects The liucaiioe we had made up our miinl In timber lands if title is secured as ex- Â¬ dressed They wore smart mustaches every rll of Ute l l seuHii izixttU sell pected while they must be taken up in patent leather boots and elegant high no rMotler at what toe llicy ih1 to severalty will be turned in and owned hats of the gtossiest description and in Kfftwii IMMk uenl Mt 5 efiitti to Ht the intervals of the hymns they sucked in common Tulare CaL Register lire litreat Kmlofil GUU Ht 15eeiiK their stick handles with a grace worthy Tfrfy nil wtiit ttfe lst roll f tlietu of an habitue of the Gaiety stalls A IJstcnln to llio Vocllns Iilrds CHreaTently we have A writer who has recently visited the military looking man who might have Bridal Veil Falls in the Yosemite valley stepped out of the Army and Navy club thus speaks of tbe mocking birds found wearing a gray mustache and white in that vicinity Millions of brown spats over his boots read a chapter and coated birds there were everywhere un- Â¬ led the singing The idea is novel but til the whole of our very natures seemed picturesque and I was informed that SIT 8fflIY A TKBMKKIMI8 STOCK OF Iiermeated with their music Sometimes among tho elegant young charmers were two ladies of title and that one of the low and sweet again sad and plaintive and then full rich and triumphant like male mashers was a youthful earl but a psean of joy and gladness while we for this I cannot vouch I only know rom the etteaite d In the Hirr t hand looked at each other in wondering si that the fair songstresses formed an iiiawJe gtouda ju ettdrem varietiet hih l lence Just as it seemed that the melody ideal angelic quire and that if they was unsupportably sweet and that our are going to sing in Regent street every hearts could not contain more without Sunday evening I shall join the congre- Â¬ the relief of tears or shouts the wind gation G R Sims in London Referee Workmaiisliip died away and tbe water again struckÂ¬ neard of tn Ihfei or any ntbtx- eity ht lite An Ingenious Watch Dial with an awesome roar into its rocky holwd tefHeMher Unhm low with a force that made the earth The changes which the flight of time AND tremble and was again lashed to furious brings upon humanity afford an inex- Â¬ foam Xot Be TJndcrsolil L0W3ST CONSISTENT PSICES hushedand the song of the mocking bird haustible subject for the lover of the cu- Â¬ Tims it goes on ever and ever rious in art and nature As a notable We hae lire larget Irade in Antral any 1st the html Tlie MrMie geti Kentticky and uaranlee 8ti faotion alternately and has for ages the song specimen of emblematic work of a ly of the birds and tlie thunderous rever- Â¬ very appropriate and felicitous kind a eraMy are invited tt itrrveet good aifd j riees ami informt beration of the cataract watch dial now in course of construc- Â¬ i6Vrile jnitttM Ymw nhedieHt bervaut tkH before itrderiiig any trli le of work tion at Walthara Mass is mentioned as LITTLE MAIDS AS COOKS one of the most wonderful of the many WM ADAMS SOX Imporlers GEO M WILLGING wonderful pieces of mechanism which Schoolgirl Taught to ISurn Their Fingers 49 4S IKXINOTON Ky have been constructed by tho deft An- Â¬ lu a Training CI aaa Decorator in Paint and Paper A group of bright eyed pink cheeked gered artists It contains instead of 32 31 girls came tripping down the steps of the usual numerals twelve small but the Edward Shippen school on Friday a distinct silhouette figures beginning few minutes before noon They were of with a woman with a very young child assorted sizes and styles of beauty but in her arms At 1 oclock the lady and her little their ages all clustered closely about sweet sixteen There was one little baby are clearly depicted tho infant brA flaxen haired Miss whose lisp and mien ing in long clothes At 2 oclock the betokened that she had but recently en- Â¬ samo figure appears but tho child is a E3 tered her teens and close behind her a little larger At 3 oclock mamma is tall dignified maid of dusky hue who still there but the infant is in short clothes At 4 oclock looked W C GORMLEY CO con of theseas if she would be eighteen some appears and so on up totho child again 8 oclock days These were tho extremes tinue in their clejsant lrouse cor- Â¬ Fifteen years may have made a fair he goes to school for tho first time when At 9 ner of Main and Second Streets average oclock ho may be seen again in college IticiimoiHi Ivy formerly occupied Tho absence of tho usual bulky bags gown which i being contemplated by by J P IleriKion as a drug store of books and tho character of the girl- Â¬ the now elderly mother At 10 oclock ish chatter which was all about butter tho death bed scene is presented where and bums and blisters instead of prep-Â¬ he parts with his beloved mother At MPrnoo ositions and logarithms evinced that 11 oclock he tco is a middle aged man jjj this was no ordinary bevy of school- Â¬ over whom the snows of many winters girls There were twenty of them all liave passed At 12 oclock ho makes MADE TO ORDER of the best told and they had been to cooking his final appearance an old and decrepit specimen of humanity praying for the materials and by the beet work- Â¬ schooL The quantity of edibles turned out by end St Lous Republic men --1 Cooling Blankets Ilorce Boots these two score fairy fingers during the th cv a c jL The Barbers Bravery process of the first lesson would Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups suffice to satisfy the cravings ofscarcely Mr Louis Salow a tonsorial artist in a lusty nMC Ai i Bridles Muzzles li f Trace Chains appetite but then Rome was not built tho employ of Mr Dave Brown is re- Â¬ QUAUTY Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles in a day neither can an elaborate menu ceiving congratulations on all sides for Surcingles Gold ami Silver Buck- bo concocted in an liour A crockful of tho bravery he displayed in stopping a les Harness Oils Harness Soaps croutons or sippets and a faultlessly runaway horse tho other dav Tho frightened came tearing Horse Bnibhes Scrapers Curry baked potato were the only tangible reÂ¬ State street animal mad gallop hisdown on a C2 eyes sults of yesterday practice Combs Riding and Driving Bits Several little maids mornings treasured flashing fire his nostrils distended his Itowevcr Fancy Bridles Trace Chains up a precious little cut or a glistening hoofs clattering and striking fire on the Hame Strings and everything burn as evidence of liard work and all stono pavement with every bound A else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ had their craniums just chock full of panic took possession of tho peoplo on the street ladies shrieked and fainted dlery and Harness Shop A knowledge as to the best ways and means and men ran for dear life when sud- Â¬ to run a kitchen specialty of Housekeeper No 7 1 appoint you to denly the barber appeared upon tho take care of the stove for this morning scene With a bound he gained the mid Track Harness No 11 you must look after the sink and dlo of the street seized tbd maddened I desire In sell er rent privately the Light Road large twat fdory horse by the bridle and after being No Gormtey made the harness with you room 4 will be in general charge of dragged a square or two succeeded in Theso were Miss Stones the which Susie S won her great Buf- words as sho called the class to order stopping him Thero was a beautiful jdisMled oh a god corner ht In Ellls falo race and also that with which She wore a tiny cap of soft white lace young lady said to be an heiress in rind a wide spreading apron and moved the buggy and site is saidlohave ex io Ky kiHiun as Hie Hckh prajner Bell Vara raised herself from 2 ty T aiaa detdre te rent iH lvalrlv the 500 to 6000 and talked with a grace and case that pressedtho intention of marrying Louis would invest the meanest kltclien with who caved her life Erie Herald Bueas Prnperty on Muddy Creek Mitbraeiftg a Hk recMeuee a Rood ALL WORK WARRANTED the dignity of a drawing room The hhiekstBkb Mmp lare yard aud lot Alfreds All Bight somewhat unpoetical task of 41 40 with abtiBtiattce of water On yesterday at Piedmont Park about was the first duty of tlie morning 22 H H COLYEIL and into this work the teacher entered 2 oclock Alfred Cunningham youngest with such zest and understanding that son of Judge Cunningham of West End tbe little maids in school who looked aged 7 years became so intereated that en and learned thought it great fun and I ho got lost from his mother Ho found just as easy as flirting After a few an aunt of his but she proved too slow moments instruction they knew all for Alfred and he soon left her After wandering around the fair about removing the ashes arranging tho kindling applying the match and start Â¬ ground awliHe his hunger suddenly re Havlnir taken a llinrnwgh rocrve In DISCiVESY AKD TRAIHIHG METHOD minded him KhHlergarteii under Mfsu Adams of In sprta f adaltaratod amitataana wblcb mias tbo ing a blaze all without a drop of kero- from home that lie was a good ways The manly little fellow set thaiirj ax p av iieal reaolta af t lia OricinaJ id apita of sene or begrimed fingers XjexIuKttHi I will ipen taw KTaava4 rtavpiajtii ati n lif enrtooa BrooMja a Tho big brightly polished range stood out to walk home by himself Not cnaiijl tnrpuaof laaaaUaTiptf torobbilll ot li laaxararal at artica knowingthe way he took tlie street car n aUaiflB btc On Monday September 9 89 oILbafrnt avpamwm and poruint7 dtasnoatfaia tba In tlie corner of the room the of hiitabinx lrof liiKtAn of Naver urcHtia fa recvarnlzaa sink surmounted by a row of dip- line ind followed it to the city Not aa Barkias an Epoch ill Is jcidHif Prrctaaaaotpoatfreaclaa ullum a ftehoei at ray heme on Third 8treet IcmIbt- ni41I Usisairiiare pers and diahpans stood opposite and a finding any one at his fathers office on paupfaH all A tarKe atrd wraffventllaterf room will ciu aM4aJ batstBtfa artaof tbocobcaboliaTamct bv crraa dciMa abovinc uaiiv far end apportioned off to servo as tho arrival In the city he walked home tho V U eraeeMity tor tun purpose Uaal iaaafaaan IBBWeWir nan tr bH 0 awaMaVtU laundry was set forth with boiler clothes distance of two miles where he arrived aaffaoBBBrt ncmrtl tn a rTrnfa II r t Y For farther ifrmathH assly to ligir rr Kepoctos horee and tlie other necessary accoutre- - in time for supper greatly to the relief rjjBMiia LUItaL-TTi- Miae distressed BIIONBTOK I Ml mtlii ATenue ICT menta Alone fli - renter tt tUa rwvm of thehis way ta family Alfred will vrmni tho world Atlanta 35 miuaCVi were ranged the five tabiaa which jepre make I i RICHMOND TUESDAY DEC 171880 F e Tgjig 132 jo VlfjulZirni sented the scenes of maneuvers of tho twenty cooks These were bedecked with spoons knives forks plates chop- Â¬ ping boards and scrubbing brushes and every article a paragon of perfection Each pupil was furnished with a seat at table and after work was over each was required to polish her respective corner with soapsuds and scrubbing brush until it dazzled Against the cast wall stood a big cup- Â¬ board shiny and crochety in its newness provided with innumerable nooks and crannies each devoted to its particular utensiL A place for everything and everything in its place suggested Miss Stone as she pointed out to her group of open mouthed learners the way of the Dover egg beater and tbe wherefore of The rolling the glass lemon squeezer pins must be piled right here the cullen- Â¬ der hung just there and the dish towels placed far back in tho right band corner of the third drawer from the top on tho left hand side between the tea cloths We put and the dusters sho went on the matches in this covered crock so tho rats wont nibble them and set the house on fire The bread we must stow away in a tin box for fear it should grow stale We must always keep the butter well covered as it absorbs strange tastes so easily and so on through the whole cat- Â¬ egory of kitchen ethics Then tho little maids were set to work cleaning potatoes Of course they poised their knives aloft for the purpose and of course Miss Stone gently but firmly bade tliem to drop them instantly Tho best authorities on cuisine never paro potatoes nowadays they scrub them Each girl was supplied with a small brush which she applied to the earth apples cuticle with such vigor that it was scon as white as her own fingers Then housekeeper No 3 was bidden to place the potatoes in the stove for bak- Â¬ Ouch she cried as she lifted tho ing oven door and ran back in dismay Housekeeper No 7 was delegated to try Oo ow owl was the result of her first trial as sho hugged a tender little en- Â¬ gagement finger and fled in consterna- Â¬ tion The other girls only laughed and Miss Stone flew to the rescue Beneath her open sesame the door started open likea dream Youll learn after awhile she remarked smilingly And the burned maidens sighed and said they hoped so and once more tlie chorus giggled Philadelphia Inquirer QUKER TJIADES IN PARIS ODD CRAFTS THAT SURPRISE THE YANKEE GLOBE TROTTER Ingenious Methods of Making the Old Cobbler Look Young One TToman Tfho Una Made n Tartans Ouaaor Ants Eggs nig Stories About Parisian Cats - h Â¬ 1 w APERI a faafaBfc MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble xm IBBaaaBBBBP ILaaT W 131 2 9 loOldofluSLeft NEW GOODS - Prices Lower Than Ever First Glass WclVill fr y USE GORMLEY 1 rrL wli VAAPn fRESH ssBrand fi v mm iso Sales HiiHtss ASKHvMWfrlDE zJs yy JiW m Â¬ CHPEARSON -- BALTlMOREMa For Sale or Hent STORE HOUSE Â¬ There are many queer trades in Paris One of tho oddest is that of painter of turkeys legs This artist Is known only to the poultry dealing fraternity and is a highly useful member of the community By his artistig skill he enables the trader to palm off a bird of patriarchal age with a certain vague romance as to the date of its decease upon a misguided housewife or oven upon an experienced buyer who has learned to judge a turkey-after the manner of cookery book writers Turkeys when freshly killed have shiny black legs and claws but as tho day of their death becomes more or less a matter of ancient history their lower extremities assume a slaty dingy gray color Old turkeys too have long claws and horny looking beaks which the ingenious artist pares and varnishes Tlie artist goes round to his customers three or four times a week paints the feet of the birds with his solution which was sold as a trade secret to the present owner for 10 carefully pares the nails and beak and there you liave a turkey that will fetch half as much again It liao is only during the desperate struggle with Budd Doblc pacing record 213 tho ancient beast that ensues at dinner started in fifteen races of which lie won time that you realize how fraudulent ore five was second in five third in two its pretensions to juvenility fourth in one and unplaced in two He THE CAT IXDU8TRY luia paced sixty three conteoteJ heats win Cat killers are not numerous but the few who monopolize the trade make a ning eighteen eleen of which were fin great deal of money out of it They iahjd below 220 and four below 216 walk through Parisabout midnight with Mr G W Welsh sold yesterday to W a sack and a couple of terriers and when II Webok ol Galeeburg Illinois Logan they catch sight of a stray puss off go Murray a yearling coit by Gambilta the dogs who seldom return to their master without their prize Their skins Wike 226 dam Eyc Sce by Nutwood are sold to furriers and their flesh to the Price 2000 This is one of the finest keepers of eating houses in the suburbs bred colts in this section and was well where rabbit stew is a favorite dish worth the handsome sum that he brought But for stewed rabbit one likes to be satDanville Advocate isfied that a bunny has been sacrificed Tlie Sultans are showing in great form so tho workmen who delight in this dainty require to seo a rabbits head as a Seven1 have been consigned to the Bras proof of tlie bona fides of the dish This neld sale amongst them a filly out of would puzzle an ordinary individual but Mosaic by Belmont second dam Moa the cat killer is a genius and a Frenchdam ol two in the 230 Hat by Woodford man and is not so easily disposed of Membrino third dam Hcrmossa dam of He also deals in rabbit skins and has Hermes 20 by Edwin Forrest fourth an arrangement with the cooks in the dam the famous Black Roe This is neighborhood to let him have the heads breeding and it represents a good indi- Â¬ at the same time as the skins of the rabbits for his penny or two By this in- vidual Stock Farm genious method he is enabled to send out Ecr thing is coming our way now and to his customers two or three cats indications point to the last approaching bodies minus the tails with each rab- Â¬ day when Independence will no longer be bits head and one mora dainty dish is known as the Lexington of the north added to the Parisian menu and eight or ten shillings to the well filled purse of and when Lexington will be proud to be Independence of the tho exterminator of the felino race Tlie designated the Buchanan County Journal We French capital harbors the largest num South ber of cats of any city in the world in are glad to see outvlowa friends aiming so proportion to its size Whole colonies of nigh Set up Lexington as jour mark them aro to be found in tho vicinity of ciitliinen and if jou dont quite reach it tho markets where they feed on broken yet j oull achieve something worthy ot victuals and make incessant war on the the effort Lexington Stock Farm rats At tlie nallos Centrales their numbers Austin II Goulds horse an animal 2S liave increased so rapidly of late that a years old which alwajs had been perfect- Â¬ portion of them liad to be destroyed as ly kind and gentle when lie came in from they roamed about in bands like wild beasts and were beginning to be dan- a drive began to rear and plunge as he was gerous Duprez the well known tenor being unhitched It was almrt impoi singer has earned the title of Le pere ble to loosen the hore from tlie carriage des chats for he daily feeds hundreds of o frantic wete his punges and linalj these animals at hi3 own expense Tlie when got into the stall tlie animal crowd prefecture do polico likewise entertains ed and struck most viciously and insista large colony of cits which are placed ently 3nd kept Mr Gould penned there under tho care of an old woman of 70 who supplies them with daily rations of for quite a time and inflicted a painful wound by kicking him in the thigh The meat and milk horse grew no better and liad to be shot AST FAEMEnS Prattleboro Beiormcr Ant farmers though only numbering half a dozen or so in Paris are by no A short lime ago at Stumpton McLean means to be overlooked in our study of odd trades One for instance rejoices county III occurred the death of the old- Â¬ in tho namo of Mile Blanche Sho is est horse ever known to have lived in not prepossessing in appearance Her Central Illinois We are informed by thoe skin looks like dried pippins and is that claim to know that the horse was 40 tanned like crocodile hide She has ears old lat spring He was known far leather gauntlets and trousers a regular and near as the old war horse lie was coat of armor but notwithstanding this owned by Robert O Arbuckle a farmer she is knawed and bitten by her ungrate- Â¬ ear Stumpton Mr Arbuckle purchased ful stock to such an extent tliat sho is perfectly hideous She sleeps in the him April G 1S65 Mr Louis L Hen middle of the sacks of ants and her drj x bought him before the war and sold epidermis has become so insensible to him to Captain Nicholas who rode him tlie bites of those insects that she slumthrough tlie war and the horse was in bers soundly and sweetly while hundreds many a fierce conflict Of late vears he of them are endeavoring to extract a had been an active feature of several sol meal from her thick skin He was of the Morgan She was some time ago compelled to diers reunions remove her quarters to a spot just out- Â¬ stock and was alwas in gooi health and side Paris because tho neighbors not did considerable farm work up to within a unreasonably objected to tho stray mem- Â¬ short time of is death New York bers of her farm skirmishing on their Sportsman own account in tho pantries of tho ad- Â¬ The season is very late and vet we joining houses Mile Blanche supplies breeders and keepers of pheasants the have thirty six performers to idd to the zoological gardens aquariums and large 230 list with this is ue Onward keeps bird dealers with ants eggs and receives up tlie clip he set two vears ago and the never less than ten large flour sacks of two added this week brings his total for ants a day from Germany and elsewhere By keeping them in a great heat and the season according to our figtrcs to feeding them well they are induced to the goodly number of ten Three jounu lay a vast quantity of eggs It is inter- Â¬ sters added to Simmonss list gives the esting to record that Mile Blanche is by brother of Rosa Wilkes 2i8 seven this time possessed of a handsome this season Nutwood also has another fortune one Acoljtet 221 is the second son of Horseflesh 3 still eaten by tho Paris Â¬ Onward to get a 230 trotter Vatican a ians much o3 Fitch a statement may getting a record of 22S horrify my readers across the sea At least a thousand horses are killed here Acolj tc is but fivcljeais old The new every year to supply this meat to tho Egberts now number sixteen a larger capital About thirty shops sell nothing number by far than any horse ever put but horse mulo and donkeys flesh in before in one jear Still Alarm in Many of them have over their doors last weeks issue is the bay gelding boncherio hippiquc and do a rushing William T which got a record of 225 trade among tho working population six years ago and Sherman Bashaw in who havo no foolish scruples about eat- Â¬ ing portions of what is certainly tho the same list should have been credited cleanest of animals It is no secret that to Billy Sherman instead of Billy Bashaw tho major part of tho beefsteaks at Badger Bobr crediled some weeks since the restaurants as well as nine tenths of to Gov Sprague belongs to Swigert the sausages como from defunct gee gees American Cultivator Tho thin flattened sausages from the Galls can with care be prevented but north of France are made from horse flesh and the Lyons sausages from the there is no cure for lhem so long as the meat of the docilo donkey Cor Phila cause is continued The skin of the horse ilolnhia Times like our own skin though naturally thin and scusative will thicken and harden so An Incentive to lletr Minister to bad boy Johnny you as to meet any reasonable amount of fric- Â¬ should bo good liko my little Tommy tion that may be required of it But it Johnny He dont dare bo anything eke must have time to do this and will do it youve got so many slippers Epoch mort quickly and effectually when regu- Â¬ larly stimulated by triction applied so A Cornwall Mountain Mine gradually as not to interfere with the inFrancois Ghaynot of Cornwall Hollow tegrity of its structure In tins way all among tho Cornwall mountains in Con- Â¬ necticut has been searching for three the blood vessels are left in full force to years for iron ore on his farm For the quickly supply all that is needed to build past year ho has been employed in dig up the additional covering n quired to ging a tunnel about six feet square into meet the demand of any special friction it tho sido of a mountain Ho has gone 350 may be necessary to provide for So long feet At the entrance he blasted for a as the skin is thus lelt whole and unin long way through solid rock then came juied while moderate friction is daily apa kind of clay of a yellow color and next plied to it it can quickly adapt itself to ho found a red substance resembling ochre He has a gravity track and car anj thing that wilt be required of it but if running the whole length of his queer such an amount of friction be suddenly mine which he is working alone Many applied as to break up the connection of springs have been found that gusli forth the blood vessels and to destroy the healthy pure cold water Mr Chaynot has now condition of the existing skin a long time struck into stono containing large quan- Â¬ must be loit in first restoring a-- new Ekin tities of iron and his finds are rioher as before anything can be done toward pio as ha proceeds inward Philadelphia viding a specially thick and hard one Ledger Spotting World The Tennessee pacing lrorse breeders have formed a Pacing Horse Breeders Association to which all breeders of pacing- horses where cr residing are eligible Dexter B Goff will sail for Europe soon taking the following trotters with him Lynn David L zu Pluth 2lt W Orphan Boy 222 Jane R 2a6J and others Dr Petit of Cedar Falls la last week sold to a Rochester N Y gentleman for f 2500 a full Mater to the dam of Axtcll The Doctor traded a 150 fur overcoat for the mare two years ago Stock Farm In a stable at Hartford Conn clccSri cat power is ued to drive the revoving brushes for cleaning horses as well a for working the dipper Work can be done rapidly and welt by the use of the eectric power Stock Farm On Monday O S Crouch sold to Win Rue two - ear old geldings a black and a grey by Don Pedro out of Ashland Clay and Garrard Chief mares for 500 Mr Crouch ale let Mr Rue liave lib sorrel gelding by Wilkes W to handle Washington County Leader 2iJ j- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tations and tbe berries in clysters The horses coming from this district reared among the bay trees became known as baj- - horse and the unifornvty of their color led to the common use of the term Wc have been and are still opposed to the plan of issuing 130000 worth of bonds bearing 2 P- - cent interest to buy additional land and improve the present grounds of the Kentucky Association While there is time and before the im- Â¬ provement has begun it ought to be changed The present site and land has become too valuable to hold as a race course The club can buy land further from the city upon some of the many lines of railroads entering here which can be reached as quickly and certainly with more comfort than the present track A hundred acres of land can be bought at a figure not exceeding 125 per acre making 12503 and erect a stand stibles fencing c for 30000 more making 42500 The jircsent track can be sold fur Irum 60000 to 65000 with the privilege of removing all buildings worth removing from the present grounds With a new track in complete mining order costing 42500 the club would Have Horn 17500 to 922500 in the treasury instead of having a debt of on her with Jtoo a 3VOOO saddled j ear to pay in interest If the club coud not keep out of debt before liow is it to so dunow commencing with one of to 000 ami an annual interest off 2 100 a vear to pay Live Stock Record Harm Comstock in a recent letter to a Vermont paper sas In ltorse breeding whatever is worth doing at til is worth doing well and all success in these days of competition in that field depends upon doing everything well in connection with the su ject To have a reasonable expectation ot success he must have a good mare to begin with It he has not got one ai I cannot command one he had better decide not to breed with the expectation of realizing a profit on the first generation Then arites tlie qUvStion as to what a good mare consists of In the first place she should have at least good size rugged constitution plentj of nervous force coupled with good sense good true trotting action though not necesarilj speedv- - and be Iree Irom those forms of constitutional uirSOunrV nes th it arc apt to be transmitted I have myscll bred profitably from marcs that were undersized and from others that were unsound but they had other valuable offsetting advantages to recom- Â¬ mend them which arc not tufiposed to exist in the cases abov e given It is true that dexter was out of a little mire b t she had t pecd and capital breeding Many a trotter has come from art unsound mare but it was other qualities than the unsoundness that rendered lier capable of producing a fast colt and manj a brood mare has defeated her otherwise valuable qualities by transmitting an un- Â¬ soundness that destroyed the brightest promise You may chance an unsound- Â¬ ness or a want of size if the otlier availa Â¬ ble recommendations are sufficiently tempting but the venture is always attend Â¬ ed w ith danger Colonel Norman J Coleman ex Commissioner of Agriculture address before thclndustnal University ul Illinois The trotting horse is an American develoj -incut Upon the great princ pie that like begets like a breed of trotters has been developed The proclivity to trot has been kept activ e in the families If jou want fast trotters stick to the fast trotting families and let running bred or thor- Â¬ oughbred horses alone You might wth the same propriety expect to obtain the fastest speed at the running gait by breed- Â¬ ing to fast trotters as to obtain the fastest trotters by breeding to a running horse that cant trot a four minute gait Breed Â¬ ers of trotters hare sunk millions of dollars by thinking that to get fast trotters they must breed to fast running mares Expe- Â¬ rience is a dear school but it has taught them that the law of breeding Mike begets like can not be v iolated with impunity and that it is only by coupling fast troiting sires with fast trotting dams that fast trot- Â¬ ters can be secured The demand for the fast trotting horse i on the increase It is the fashionable hoise nowadajs There have some errors been made in breeding the trotting horse but they are curing themselves They have in many cases been bred for speed at the sacrifice of almost anj thing eUc but nearly all our breeding establishments are getting out of this error It is true speed is the chief object but style color form and size all now enter into the breeders mind in producing trotters When a buyer sees a horse that suits his eje or a pair of them horses that are intelligent tractable with good color and size and form he is willing to pay a long price forthem and it should be the oject of the breeder to put such on the market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STO UFFE R OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC 20000 OF WORTH CLOTHING of his own selection for which he paid CASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to rive to his customers STOUFFER INVITES YOU TO EXAHINE THE krpl and fe HE CAN Complete Stock i Eiiai FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS STOUFFER IS THE bBbbbbbbStbS OLDEST CLOTHiER III RICHMOND And knows precisely what yon want hm h Suits km Elegant Prince Alberts Pail I S illiiltji rfffTl 8H I Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES --A PROFUSION O- F- mm UNDERWEAR EXTENSIVE LINE OF NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN BlBTrairfofc fefeiS IB J jsto 7 STOUFFER ill Is mi mm urn i first eMMWIWWB MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES ixriD ing failing jou should promptly use Dr J H McLeans Ktreutheuilig Kyeijalve 25 ceuta a box 27 39 Demurest tyrn or cannot bear bright light aud find jour sight weak und Hie If jou Miller FURNISHING GOODS E pricking paius on mov Â¬ ROCK BOTTOM PRICES AT TIE Now that everybody is looking about them to see what Magazine they will CALL take for the coining jear we would mlvise lhem to inquire into the merits of DemoieMa Family Miignzlue We have just received the January num- Â¬ ber of this wonderful publication and cuiiuut apeak too highly in ita praise Jt incrrtaiuly what Us name implies A Family Magazine fur In it will be Mil 111 AID SAVE Mil W A POWELL CO Â¬ German Karnes Wanted Tlie managers of the Berlin cafes con Â¬ certs have offered a prize of 300 marks to whoever shall find purely German names for the following commonly used foreign words VSpecialitae1 programtn phantasie equilibrist okrobat gymnos tiker eccentrics knock abouts trick jougleur rgostesk eccentric Ex- Â¬ ng II1ERASTEI Prof- Loisettes change Â¬ BM spick-and-spa- Â¬ C ImA -- ofeTOSh m able one With England Germany Austria Italy Turkey and possibly Spain on tho outside and the Nihilists inside ho U certainly not to be envied His 6tatus is similar to that of tho Hying fish wlucli is pursued in the water by rapacious delegates of tho finny tribe and is liable to be captured by sea birds if it attempts to fly Tho czar gets the largest salary of any ruler in the uni- Â¬ verse but he is entitled to every cent of it He would be a happier man if he was the traveling agent for a durable clothes wringer or some new kind of baking poqer Tesas gif tingg Tlie TJuunpnv Czar The position of tho czar is not an envi Â¬ The Horse and Stable tays one of you ever sec a man or woman with a bay hair asked the Horse World No more than he saw an auburn horse The word bay does not of itself signify a color and its ute fur designating the color of a horse is purely traditional It originated in England In a district where the breed of horses was mostly several shades away from iron brown and jet too brown to be called red There grew in this district a great many bay trees to tlie leaves of which the horses exhibited a decided affinity The bay tree had long been cher- Â¬ for the ished among the natives medcal qualities of its leaves and berries and in a way that was sacred to them having had a place in many of their le Â¬ Every breederof gends and superstitions horses was to have a number of the trees and relied upon the l almost exclusively for the medicines therewith to cure his hones The leavcst were used in foraen- Â¬ found something to aniu e or Instruct every member of the family The first article telling how Uncle Bums Papt r Money is made lb beautifully illustrated and furnishes the most interesting information 111111 the subject that we have ever been Ifie Infant Muuarulis uf Europe is illustrated with tliell portraits The Undying Voice Is a finely illustrated at tide The children will be delighted with Snow Bculp bvuideu theie lire Uutil One tuie Oclock A Comedietta San lei Fever and other Contagious Diseases Their Wishing to have as few Good on hand as possible at the end of Cases aud Trentmenl Aids to Beauty Maniac Bells Wedding Break tlie year when we take an account of stock we will from now up to fistrf AH Boris of TearHome- - January 1st offer at GREATLY Made Candies Anecdotal History of the Table ntid numerous other aril cles and Blolies also a Hue Fuslilou Department Only 200 per year Il H done however by V Jennings -Did any Damoreal 10 Easl 14 li St New York ODR ENTIRE STOOK OF DRESS GOODS Wa Jkve a fine Â¬ Â¬ DRESS GOODS MARKED DOWN Â¬ Preparatory to Taking Stock Â¬ DUCED PRICES variety of The Holidays And the colder winter weather are iniw rapidly approaching The joyful aeaimi I3 eagerly anticipated by the joung folks In thousands of homes -hut in nearly ull there are one or more older one to whom the cold waves ami fctnrniH mean renewed buffering from rheumatic back or limbs It is not clulum that Hood Sarsaparilla lia pojdiive upecilli fur rheumatism we duubt If there is or cu lie feuch a remedy But the remarkable U8CesJ Novelty Patterns Serges Colored Henriettas Fancy Plaids Etc Etc In fact any thing oiie crJuId wish in COLORED DRESS GOODS curing Our stock of BLACK DUESS GOODS is very complete and we can this affection is sufficient reason for please the most fastidious Do not fail lb take advantage of theso those who are guttering to Iry this OUT TRICES peculiar mt dleltii 2o 29 Houds r5rfprilU 1ms had In ianj Are j ou rei l s stnlghi and harass Â¬ ed by a bail cough U e Dr J H Mc Tar Wine Lung Iiilntlt will se- Â¬ cure you sound ieep aud fleet a prompt aod rudica cure 27 39 1 GROOKE F Ve also BEMETTIURMON 4Vft have a few 0L0AK will elftae fit at xi a SL j- - if SF